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Thursday, Mar. 18, 2004 --- The Gienville Democrat/Pathf'mder -- Page 11 Glenvflle So i Directly off 1-79 Exit 105, Jane Lew 884-7806 HOUSE OF TUNES Pla- GSC-OLD GLENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL LINKAGE -- Dr. Robert N. Freeman (right), who will be inaugurated as Glenville State College's 22nd president on this Fri., Mar. 19 at the Fine Arts Auditorium, made some valuable points to-the Old Glenville High School Alumni Association's Annual Reunion on June 26. He's especially thankful for the Association's College Scholarship Fund which gave 10 Gilmer County High 2003 graduates a financial boost during this academic year. In his speech, he also noted that all of the county's old high schools' associations, particularly Normantown, Sand Fork and Tanner, are commendable for their continued concern and support of Gilmer County High School's graduates at Glenville State. Here, he chats with GHS Alumni President Bill Gainer (I-r) and Denzil Huff. V in el- ler rla to rk. is- [a en II, n- th ,in dd cn. he :k. )k :h ;r, in is at ai FS le 11 1- O ts LS d e S i : : i ~ !! SOCIAL HOURS -- At the Glenville High School's Annual Reunion at the end of each June, numerous Social Hours are planned, in addition to the Annual Alumni Banquet at 6 p.m. on Saturday evening in the Heflin Student Union's Ballroom. These smaller socials give GHS's proud graduates, such as Margaret Ann Miller Goodwin (far fight), of Montezuma, Ohio, and Rusty Stalnaker (second from right), of Charleston, a relaxing atmosphere for reminiscing and joking about those "Golden Years" at Glenville High School (1930-1968). Margaret is a past president of the Alumni Association and Rusty, its current "Alumni of the Year" Committee chair. 208 East Main Street Open Monday - Saturday Glenville, WV 26351 (304) 462.5688 9:00a.m. - 6:00p.m. 02004 H4Uq Block Tax ~ Ir~ If you're experiencing these symptoms of tax season, see a professional. Because when you know you're getting every tax benefit you deserve, you're bound to feel a lot better, it's just another part of the H&R Block Advantage. Call 1-800-HRBLOCK or visit hrblodccom. I~141 IN.OCW just plain smart Lifelong State certified as a police officer by graduating from resident of the 54th Basic Class at the Gilmer County w. va. state Police Academy in Institute, W. Va. Vietnam Veteran 18 years of law enforcement experience Proven record of honest, Able and willing to continue dependable service as working hard for the Sheriff-Treasurer of people of Gilmer County !Gilmer County 1993-2000. Pontical IKI pJld for by the car~lldMe. er Social 'Elimination Dinner' to be at Moose Lodge on Main Street, Glenville at 6 p.m., Sat. At 6 p.m. on this Fri., Mar. 20, the Glenville Moose Lodge will sponsor an Elimination Dinner as a fund-raiser. "These Dinners are popul ar and a lot of fun," states Governor Dick Harrison. The local Moose Lodge, which opened its doors about a year-and-a-half ago, is located on East Main Street near the corner of Lewis Street at the stop light in Glenviile. It is in the old flea market-antique store which is owned by Wilda Porter Jones. Governor Dick wants to stress that over $70,000 of renovations were made to the building in preparing it for occupancy as the local Lodge. Most importantly, the Lodge and its adjoining restaurant are open to Moose members from anywhere and guests. The restaurant's serving hours are 5- l 0 p.m. Tues.-Sat. and it is a family-style restaurant, not being in the same section of the building as the Lodge's tavern. As a result, Moose members and their guests can bring their families to eat in the restaurant section -- without seeing or being in a bar. Finally, the Eatery's cook is Chef Chipper Iamonico who has held cooking positions in New York City, the Days Inn in Flatwoods and the old Derrick in Glenville. Last note: Don't forget the colorful Elimination Dinner at 6 p.m. on this Sat., Mar. 20, so stop by the Moose Lodge to get your ticket. They're going fast, Dick says. $5.00 MAR. 19TH Friday MAR. 20 Saturday .... $6. O0 Charge --- NO LADIES' NIGHT--- ....... "We Will~_t sit unconcerned while our Ubert~j is invaded, nor look in silence upon public robbery.," "A, " .... "' ,., IlL ...... .~. ~ ,,..=.~,,.~_ Honors NEXT GHS REUNION: JUNE 25-26 -- The Reunion's local committee works all year long to make each year's annual get-together a gigantic success. Among those on the local committee are Rita Huff (standing) who chats with from left to fight (seated): Mary Lee McPherson, Wanda Bailey Reed and Tommy Luzader. One topic of conversation among Julie M. McWhorter committee members is this summer's Fri.-Sat., June 25-26 reunion Mrs, Julie McWhorter Bush has planning. To become a member of the GHS Association at no cost to been selected as Stonewall Jackson you or to get more information on the group, check out John Gainer's iIt (not pictured) website: www.glenvillehighschooLcomor call his brother, Memorial Hospital s employee of the Bill, the alumni president, at 304-485-3004. Everyone is welcome and month for March 2004. Julie has been it's a great way to renew old acquaintanceships.," Bill says. employed at SJMH since 1997. Julie is married to Clinton Bush. Mc Canney, Henry & Barbara Boggs. Due to the inclement weather, we were not able to have a food drive in Janurary. We are planning to have one in the spring and deliver the items to the Ronaid Me Donald House. Obviously, Jack Pettit read his news- letter because he contacted Priscilla that he had two cases of food to do- nate to the Ronald McDonald House. Thank you! Want to help fund the Ronald Mc Donald House without taking any money out of your pocket? It's easy, simply save the pop tabs and your empty ink cartridges from your printer! Stacey Hawkins, WVU Extension Agency, was present at the meeting. She had the specialist at WVU read over our Farm Show Rules, other than a few wording changes the GCFB has adopted the rules as presented for the 2004 Farm Show. Barbara Boggs passed out informa- tion on Livestock tracking tags. Ev- ery farm where livestock is produced will receive a 12 digit premises iden- tification number by July 2004. "We pull the most when we pull together." You can save enough from the vari- ous discount programs the FB offers to pay your yearly dues. We have received 223 membership renewals as of Janurary 31, 2004. Only 122 more members needed for quota! Membership is the life's blood of our organization, so help keep us alive by adding new members to our organization. Once again our meeting proved to be exciting and.a little long. We had an excellent att,.;r,nqace for the meet- ing. It's not always easy to be dedi- cated, and I truly appreciate your ef- fort. I would also like to extend my praise to Sec. Brenda Mc Cartney and Treas. Dinah Bush for their excellent work! Gary Bush was elected by the board to fill a vacant board of direc- tors' seat in Dekalb/Troy. I believe be will be a great asset to our board of directors and will be agood represen- tative for his district. Gilmer Co. FB members once again traveled to Morgantown for Food Check-Out Day on Feb. 5. Donations of canned food and non--perishable items were collected at our annual Kick-Off Dinner in December and delivered that day, also. Our county also donated $150.00 to be used to purchase needed supplies for the Ronald Mc Donald House Those in attendance at the Food Check-Out Day were as follows: Delbert & Nancy Shackleford, ~nda The couple live at Jane Lew with their dog Rudy and cats, Miss Kitty and Punkin. Julie is a graduate of Lewis County High School. She received a bach- elors in business administration from Marshall University. She will com- plete a masters from Marshall Uni- versity Graduate College in May 2004. She was director of registration for many years, as well as Corporate Compliance Officer and accountant at the Hospital. She was recently pro- moted to director of physician clinics. Julie's nominator was very compli- mentary of her work ethic. "Julie works hard to keep registra- tion running smoothly. Because of her great experience in many aspects of the business office, she will jump right in and help them when the need arises. She is very friendly and con- siderate. She truly deserves to be employee of the month," wrote the nominator. Julie was equally complimentary of SJMH and its employees. "I feel very fortunate to be able to work at a health care facility that supports my community. It is a very nice place filled with a group of very nice people," Julia said. 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