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Page 6 --- The GlenviUe Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Jan. 29, 2004 P I Your best choice for protecting your investments: Guns, Jewelry, Pictures, Documents, and Cash! Fireproof and protects up to 24 long guns! delivered r n | i, INTERSECTION OF MINERAL ROAD AND SYCAMORE ROADS, GLENVILLE. tt RAY AND JEAN BENNETT Mr. and Mrs. Ray KRISTINA DIANNE SMITH Ray and Jean Bennett of Grantsville will celebrate their 60th anniversary on February 23. They were married in Weston on this date in 1944 by the late Rev. Thomas S. Watkins. Jean is the daughter of the late Roy and Plesie Wyant formerly ofWeston. Ray is the son of the late S.B. and Florina Bennett formerly of Ansted. He is retired from Hope Gas Com- pany. They are the owners of Bennett and Son Monuments and Markers of Grantsville. Is It The Flu-Or (NAPSA)-Startingtosniffieand tions or contribute to asthma at- sneeze now that you're indoors tacks among sensitive individu- trying to keep warm? The prob- als. Sealed windows and insulated lem may not be the flu but the walls that minimize-heat loss fur- family pet. ther aggravate the situation. As winter approaches, indoor Is it possible to improve indoor air quality can become a big con- - mr quality without putting your cern, particularly for pet owners, pooch out to pasture? In fact, an Environmental Protec- tion Agency study showed that indoor pollution levels might be two to five times greater than those outside. Pet dander, in addition to diast, household cleansers and pesti- cides, can trigger allergic reac- "It's a good idea to vacuum regu- larly for dust and dander, particu- larly during cold weather," notes Art McKinnon of Sharp. "And, there are several ways to clean and refresh the airat home year-round, without parting with the family pet.'" =tMATION, ORTHODONTISTS Dr. Michael Bunner 17 Garton Plaza Weston • 269-7985 PHYSICAL THERAPY Glenville Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy GSC Physical Education Bldg. Glenville • 462-8933 .,ncer woman accepted into WVU College of Law Kristina Dianne Smith, the daugh- ter of Bob and Dianne Smith of Spen- cer. and Forrest Levere and Pearl Heiney of Glenville, a 2000 graduate of Roane County High School and a recent graduate of West Virginia Uni- versity (December 2003) has been accepted into WVU College of Law. ( LEN\:I I.LE STATE C()I.I_.EGE GSC Unveils Free Financiali Aid Assistance Glenville, W.Va. fi Glenville St~ College ~,~,ill take part in WV A~ , Climbing Wall SundS), a statewide event spons~ b) the WV A.ssociation of Student~ Glenville State Colle~,e and the nancial Aid Administratorstohelp~ High Adventure Programare pleased dents complete their Free Applica~ to announce the opening of the Glenville State Colle,:,e Clin~bin~, for FederaI Financial Aid (FAFSA),~ " ~" ~- Sunday February 8 from 1:00 fi 5~ a helpful and skilled staff will be on hand to belay interested participants up the wall. For those who enjoy the Try Climing hours and want to learn Site." R Date: Go m e Wall, which is scheduled for Febru- p.m. in the FIPSE Computer Lab t,~ ary 5 at 12:00 p.m. Located on the cared in Louis Bennett Hall. second floor of the Physical Educa- G$C ~ ill provide professional ass~ . tion Building, the new rock climbin~ tance to help students complete ~ This wall provides a fun and easy acce~ financial aid process ,nd an~er area for new climbers to learn the questions they may have. Thi~ e~ basics of rock climbing, provides a friendly, open envir()nme~ _Other The new climbin~ wall will have tohetpstudentsan~dtheirfamitiesto~ -Stadizd designated hours for community use. through the process of getting thai ~Pro P~ DuringspecifiedTrvClimbinohours financial aid application completa properly. Each student interested, a Angel attendine the event should bring door ments related to 2003 income, eveni: Bay (5 the tax return is still incomplete at.ll~} " I"lollst time. This will allow the financial Kristina graduated with a B.A. in Wallor theHighAdventure Program. :"~ Psychology and minor in Communi- please call (304) 462-4127 or email ) cation Studies with acumulative grade point average of 3.94. She achieved more. belay seminars will be offered throughout the semester to teach more in-depth procedures. All members of the Glenville State College surrounding community are encouraged to attend this exciting event at GSC. Several individuals will speak about the High Adventure Program and the advantages of the new climbing wall. For more information about the Glenville State College Climbing counselors to accurately complete fr nancial information on the form. The event is open to all first-timt college students, as well as continuin.t students, regardless of the institutio~ they are planning to attend. Members of the GSC Office of Ad" missions will also be on hand tbrougl~i: out the afternoon to help students i~ any way. They will be able to pro~ additional assistance for financial!~ and admissions applications• Please contact the GSC Financial:) Aid Office at (304) 462-4103 for addi" tional information. the WVU Dean's List every sememer and achieved a 4.0 grade point aver- age six of seven semesters, winning the Presidential Award for Excellence Scholarship. In addition, Kristina was awarded the WVU Leadership Schol- arship in the fall of 2000. Kristina was also awarded the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences Certificate of Achievement for all three years of attendance. Kristina was inducted into the Psi Chi Honors Fraternity, which is the National Hnors Society in Psychology. She was also inducted into the Golden Key Honors Society, which required her to be in the top 15% of her class. She was also inducted into Gamma Beta Phi Hon- ors Fraternity. Kristina was also honored with the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship, which was based on aca- demic achievement, statement ofaca- Continued from Page 1 State Senator (12th District) ; Bill Adler; Democrat: of Weston: $150 filing fee. Signature campaign for Sand Fork Dam "We're collecting a lot of signatures." states Mr. Robert J. Butcher, who, along with Mr. Ed Talbott. is heading up an effort to secure governmental funding to construct a concrete dam at Sand Fork. According to a document supplied by these coordinators, a Sand Fork darn would stop most of the flooding downstream on the Little Kanawha River. Simultaneously, Mr. Butcher concedes that Sand Fork people, themselves, are not signing the petition in the numbers that he'd anticipated. "People don't want to lose their farms," he points out. Nevertheless, he's confident that the positive economic impact of such a dam will eventually sway them to favor the resulting lake. demic and personal goals, and faculty From Kuwait,Lewis files for WV Attorney General evaluations. With this honor, she re- ceived a personalized bronze medal- U.S. Army Capt. Hiram Lewis to- contribution and sacrifice than what lion plaque placed in Woodburn Hall. day filed papers from Kuwait to seek he has already been asked to do." i WhileattendingWVU, Kristinapar- the Republican nomination for the Lewis, a former candidate for the ..... '~ tieipated in.the l~-La~ Soeiet'~',-Big ~ ~o~WestVirgin~tAttorneyGen. U.S. Senatein 2002, is serving as trial ° .... ~ Brothers Big Sisters and became a eral; bothTaxing and mailing his ill- counselwiththe 11 lthEngineerCorp. nlversary member of Chi Omega Sorority in ing papers to the Secretary of State's "EveryonewhomeetsHiramLewis Mr. and Mrs. Bennett have two chil- dren, De~ais Bennett and wife Susan of Craigsville and Becky Wilson and husband John of Frederick, MD. They have two grandchildren, Derek Bennett and wife Gina of Chesapeake, VA, and Kami Bennett of San Diego, CA, and three great grandsons, Mat- thew, Caleb, and Seth Bennett of Chesapeake. Cards would be welcomed and ap- preciated. The couple's address is P.O. Drawer 578, Grantsville, W'V, 26147. which she served as the Historian. Join a local woman's club: Try the Woman's Club of Glenville or Jr. Woman's Club! , ~Call 462-7938 or 462-5050 for info~ ,Ib office, and paying the filing fee by comes away impressed with his dedi- check card over the phone, cation to country, his drive and deter- Lewiswaspartofadeploymentlastruination, and his ingenuity," said year in support of Operation Iraqi Warner. "We're proud to have Capt. Freedom. Lewis in our party, and proud to have GOPChairman Kris Warner com- him on the ballot for the office of mendedLewis, saying,"Here's a guy Attorney General." stationed in Kuwait who cares deeply Lewis, 32, of Morgantown, served about his country and his state, andis in 2001 as minority counsel in the determined to make even more of a state Senate. Like a letter home, your hometown newspaper | Fido? Learn How To Breathe Easier This Winter McKinnon offers the following vents outside. tips to improve your indoor air • Remember to open the flue quality: when using the fireplace" and have • Try to keep pets away from a chimney expert make sure the fabric-covered furniture, carpets passageway isclearofexcess soot. and stuffed toys. • Don't smoke in your home or • Remember that although pet permit others to do so. hair is not considered a significant • Consider usmg a high-quality allergen, your pet's hair can col- air purifier. lect irrttants indoors and out. Sharp's new, patented ° Change clothing worn after Plasmacluster air purifiers allows grooming or playing with pets. you to breathe purified air while Wash your face, hands, arms, and " removing airborne irritants and clothing, allergens, including pet dander. • Checktheexhaust pipeonyour Plasmacluster technology gener- clothes dryer to make sure all air atespositive and negattveions that CONTACT THESE PROFESSIONALS AND FIND IXl GSC Physical Education Bldg. Glenville • 462-8933 are emitted throughout an entire room i The purifiers work by means of : dust and odor sensors that mea- sure the presence of irritants in the ...... i .... air, automatically cleaning as " needed. A triple filtration system removes household odors and a true HEPA filter captures 99.97 percent of airborne particles that pass through it, so all family mem- bers, including furry ones, can breathe easier at home. You can learn more about these products online at usa.corn or by calling 1-800-BE- SHARP. !: .... .-::i~:i~" Air purifiers can help protect people from indoor air pollution. CARE CENTER 809Mineral Road,Glenville, WVo26351 462-7322 in OUT HOW TO re OBTAIN GOOD HEALTH. FAMILY PRACTICE 20 E. Main St. Glenville ° Check out our ad in the paper for this HOSPITALS 462-861 2 week's office hours. Dr. Carl Nichols Main Street Glenville • 462-8612 OPTOMETRY Cinalli College and Howard Streets Glenville • 462-5366 ii Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital 230 Hospital Plaza Weston ° 269-8000 t . . t i