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Thursday, April 3, 2003 -- The Gienviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 5 Corcoran continued ... Plan, es- can enhance Glenville and Gilmer my Manley County's beauty and progress in the the public's future. Also, I invite other ordinary pros- residents and readers of this newspa- per, like myself, to advance their "for- of the Day," ward-thinking ideas" about this com- munity in order not to he limited in Sr., for the taking advantage of the "wide blue deepest of sky" up above. ,. More- Let time and finances take care of through themselves, but if we don't adopt the that other vision now, much future development how we may be lost in the years to come. ~'~ ~-" JOHN DEERE LAWN TRACTORS EVER. D~ra ~ .nd durabil~, .t =~w welded frames fix o smooth. i System for a pc~ise cut, end v,~th the John Dee~ L120 $2199 Promn~e, ~u con Ix~ 8nd le~m h'eeto~ an~l roturn it v~hin 30 dWs if ~,u'~ not =o~sl~ ,~ wtr w-it? Come she tl~ i~ m~, Equipment, Inc. Avenue Pennsboro, WV or Toll Free (866) 659-2917 Remember, I stand ready to do my fair share to help Glenville achieve its dreams. (Editor's Note: Now retired in Florida, Dr. Louis Manley still owns property in Glenville and Gilmer County, was a long-time physician here, and is currently marketing his Manley Farm as an ideal solution to meet the area's growing needs for a new, centrally located commercial, housing, and industrial site.) We are born believing. A man bears beliefs as a tree bears apples. --Ralph Waldo Emerson ditions - Driveways - i" Garages - Roof_s - RePlacement Windows - Siding -[ IFloors- Remoideling- Aluminum Soffit (gutter systems)] J & R Builders, LLC ohn Lamb Paul Ryan Lamb 148 John St (304) 269-4521 fSutton Flatwoods Days Inn Presents/ Weston W.V. 26452 W.V.#013537 . Fax: 304-269-3084 1 Rick "K" and the Alinighters [ Troy I.O.O.F./Comniunlty Cemetery: i West Virginia's Premier Variety & Show Band / ATTENTION PLEASE r, i April 4, 2003 [ Package includes: Night's stay, Entertainment and Full Thecost of the upkeep of our cemetery is going Up eac l | Breakfast Buffet Cost: $125 plus tax year. We are trying to build up our finances so that e / Packages are priority. Walk-ins may be available, will be able to give it proper care at all ti ne;. Th s O Call for information- 765-5055 O I Location 1-79, Exit67 [ cemetery is operated by your donations. W!! hope that you will assist us in maintaining a nice cot aetery. We West Virginia, Wild & Wonderful have placed a new sign at the entrance. If ,ou would like to donate, please send your donation by return mail GLENVILLE STATE COLLEGE Ed-Net Computer Lab Excel Word PowerPoint Open to all members of the public Scheduled community hours Free software training available High-speed Interact access and print capabilities Staffed by a knowledgeable team of technicians Located on the Glenville State College main campus FIPSE-funded E Lab hours subject to change as needed. The Ed-Net Lab is located on the third floor of the Administration Building on the main campus of Glenville State College. 200 High Street, Glenville West Virginia Man. 2-6 p.m. 304-462-7361. Ext. 327 Tue. 2-4 p.m./7-9 p.m. "GLENV'ILLE wed 2-4 p.m --, p.m. Thu.2-4 p.mJ7-O p.ml Fri. 12 p.m.-9 p.m. ssov^noN, tr, Sun. 1-9 p.m. to: Glenville I.O.O.F., No. 105 Attn: Harless A.Turner PO Box 191 Glenville, WV 26351 WE APPRECITE ALl. DONATIONS THER PRIMITIVES EMPLOYEE JAMES HACKER OF THE Panther Primitives would like to an- nounce our newest Employee of the Month: James Hacker. James was honored with our Employee of the Month award only three months ago and now he's done it again! James has earned this award for working so hard to come up with good ideas and more effi- cient ways to do things. He came up with a better way to inventory poles and a better design for the tent poles. James, Congratulations for earning the Panther Pri miti ves Employee of the Month Award and thanks for the extra effort and good ideas! rbassett Museum holds ...... ~ #~._ P 0 any one or-mor of the following !,tom s a value $1.oo menu Sandwich Sausage Biscuit Mclquggets Sausage McMuffin /with cheese Cinnamon Roll 2 Baked Pies Yogurt Parfait fry Ice Cream Sundae Bottled Water Drinl: Small Orange Juice Love To See You Smile! McDonald's of Glenville 462-5OLO At a Time Like this, It's Good to have an Agent Who knows You by Name. hborhood - there when you need us. individual solutions to help in ize your policy so ALL your SUrance needs can be met. Stop by...Log on - it's your choice! Gilmer County Agency /fen Foglesong, Agent Marks, Associate Agent Nationwide" Insurance & Financial Services GLEkVIL _E STATE COLLEGE IS CENTRAL WEST VIRG NIA'S C( LLEGE Nationwide Is On Your ~de" VOW5 1~0 Antiques Clinic Every tmnily has heirh~m.~ thal may have been h~mded dowu trom one generation to the next, treasures such as furniture, I~)tlery, t~)ls, manu- ripts, games, toy.,,, jewelry, cloth- ing, glassw;ure, books, paintings. quilL% or any items lutving a connec- tion to the past. What's It Worth'! ttow mpny times do we ask