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:e/ IS Get Your Gilmer County Event Announcement On The Internet! www.gceda.org Have you found a great bank yet ? 14, 9-? at Ce- Shelter No. 1. REUNION Park Mon., June 7. dish, some- any memo- reminiscing REUNION 1 at the from lO- All relatives come and of Adren Orlan Jones, Louise Wolfe, Marguerite Della John , Ashby, Mary Opal held and Thursday, May 29, 2003 -- The Gienviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 11 Our Neighbors YOUTH COUNCIL MEETING The Region Vt Workforce Im;estment Board Youth Council will meet Tues- day, June 3. The meeting will take place at the Fairmont WORK4WV Career Center in Fairmont starting at 9:00 a.m. For more information about the meeting, contact Michelle Markovich at (304) 368-9530. GAITHER HOMECOMING will be Sat., June 7 at 6 p.m. at the Chadeston Coliseum. For tickets call 304-342-5757 or information call 304- 345-7469. PROBLEM HORSE/COLT START- ING CLINIC with Kevin Wescott from Nebraska. June 5-8, 2003 at the Salem Interna- tional University in Salem. For more info, contact Michelle Eddy at 304- 758-5186 or e-mail meddy@ rcvideo.com. BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL at Upper West Fork Park in Chloe. Starting Thur., May 29 - 31. For more information call, 304-655-8563 or 304- 655-7231. hurch REVIVAL There will be a revival at the Newberne United Methodist Church, Sun., June 1 through ? ( as the Lord leads) at 7:00 p.m. There will be special music each evening. Bill Davis, Pastor. Everyone Welcome. Activitie Supreme Court correct on grant MT LIBERTY SERVICE Mt Liberty Church, Tanner, will hold its Big Annual Memorial Service on Sun., June 1. Sunday School: 10 a.m.: worship: 11 a.m. The Riffle Family of Jane Lew, will sing at 1 p.m. Lunch at noon; bring a basket lunch and enjoy the day. Roy Wiant, minis- ter. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL at Glenville Community Church. "Jonah's Overboard Adventure" June 9-13, 6-8 p.m. Pastor Randy Wilson. Questions: 477-3248 or 462-8293. program ruling The state Supreme Court's ruling that the legislature had much in- fluence on the make-up of the nine- person committee handing out $215 million in economic development grant money was absolutely the cor- rect decision, state GOP Chairman Kris Warner said today. Warner sid the ruling provides the state the op- portunity to rethink the grant concept and to put the resources to better use. "For example, the state could use the $215 million as a revolving fund- that is, a loan or as a 'backstop' guar- antee so developers can obtain bank loans for valid projects This way, the state funds serve as collateral to assist worthy projects, but they are not depleated in one giveaway" d,sh Putting Things Off Can Add Stress; something Power Wheelchairs Available Six COUNTY class names, informa- If you are a graduate that the for P.m. at the contact before The Senior Mobility Program makes available to senior citizens and permanently disabled power (Elec- tric) wheelchairs at no cost to recipi- ents if they qualify. The power wheelchairs are pro- vided those who cannot self-propel a manual wheelchair in their home, and who meet the additional guidelines of the program. No deposit is required. Please call 1-800-451-0971 to see if you qualify. PILOT FINANCIAL S. Maloney, LUTCF EXecutive General Agent Life Insurance Man" Phone: 304-462-471 ;1-0262 Fax: 304-462-0253 les & Service 33W, Old Weston Road Buckhannon, WV HUSQVARNA, SHINDAIWA & SNAPPER Products Plus All Your Logging Supplies! Service and stand behind the Products we sell~ ) 472-1474 Lawn and Garden Equ/j, mcnt E.x Cooper Tire Dealer g 4-Wheel Alignments Light Mechanical Work Struts ,Ball Joints Tie Rods) North of Open 8-5 Mon.-Fri. 8-1 SaL Day Phone:765-5613 Courteous Service Quick Loans Buy, Sell, Trade and Lend Dollars on Jewelry, Guns, Musical Instruments, Electronics, etc. located in Flatwoods Outlet Mall Next to Tommy Hilfieer Tips to Get Things Done How oftendo we intend todD some- tasks done and out of the way quickly. thing, but end up putting it off another Control youractivities using a routine day, or indefinitely? If prCx:rastinat- agenda. You can be flexible, but be ing is a routine practice, it's a pattern firm in your commitment to carrying that can be changed, like any pattern out your scheduled activities. or habit 3. Set clear goals of what you want Cyndi Seidler, author, columnist to achieve. Make your action plans and organizing expert, suggests that align with these goals, and f~us on procrastination is the primary cause one commitment at a time. leading to stress. "'When individuals 4. Get organized, especially with put things off, they feel hurried, over- finding ways to manage regular af- whelmed, and stressed. They try to fairs such as bill paying, handling buy time by extending it, but end up mail, returning calls, and so on. running out of time, and then rush to 5. Make decisions to keep yourself beat the clock.'" reasonably active on your goals. You Seidler says a person can change can dothis by identifying the purpose their style of living to obtain greater fortheactivityandestablishingagcxxt achievement, more satisfaction, and estimate for accomplishing them. reduce the amount of stress they ex- 6. Identify your procrastinating perience, patterns and examine them. Imagine Seidler, who runs HandyGirl Pro- yourself going through the steps to fessional Organizers in Burbank, CA. doing something, particularly the offers these six tips in getting things things you have put off. This produc- done: rive stimulation helps you bring about I. Make a list of all the activities change. you currently put offthat you strongly Making a goal to accomplish some- want to complete. Prioritize these thing is a promise to yourself to andwriteadeadlinedatenexttothem, achieve it. Mark your calendar with these dead- It isn't a good thing to break prom- lines, and ineorl~)rate the "'due" tasks i~s to others, so why break them with into your daily To-do list. Make the yourself'? If you intend to do some- decision to do the task that day. thing, make the decision to do it, then 2. Structure your day to get small tell yourself to do it. To climb steep hills requires slow pace at first. --William Shakespeare, Henry VIII ~ May 29-31, 2003 at 7 p.m. ~ (on College Street) James Huff, Pastor Rev. Holly Hoover, Guest Evangelist SPECIAL SINGING EACH EVENING / Peter and Rome (cont.) Father Edwin Daschbach, SVD On page 122 of cism, Loraine Boettner, in his tirade against the Catholic Church, states: "All of this makes it quite certain that Peter never was in Rome at all." Boettner's statement is not in iso- lation, a lapsus linguae (slip of the tongue). He repeats it again and again in this anti-Catholic bible of basic reference. Therefore, we can't attribute it to careless spee, ch. It's deliberate. Two weeks ago, I gave the archaeologi- cal evidence for Peter's presence, death and burial there (despite Boettner's denial that there was any). Let's disprove Boettner even more today from historical documents. St. Clement of Rome's "Letter to the Corinthians," written as early as 80AD, makes explicit reference to the sufferings of Peter and Paul (5,1). It is obvious from the context, as the New Catholic Encyclopedia states (cf. its treatment of St. Clement), that these two Apostles are men- tioned because they suffered at Rome. About 180AD, early Church Fa- ther St. Irenaeus writes in his "Against Heresies," 3,3,2:,.. the suc- cessions of the bishops of the great- est and most ancient Church known to all, founded and organized at Rome by the two most glorious Apostles, Peter and Paul. How about Tertullian, who writes about 200AD in his "Demurrer against the Heretics:" Like the church of the Romans, where C&m- ent was ordained by Peter (32.'2); But if you are near to Italy, you have Rome, whence also our authority derives. How happy is that Church, on which Apostles poured out their w&de doctrine along with theirblood, where Pe- te r endu red a passion like that of the Lord (36, 1 ), Tertullian again, in "Against Marcion:" ...what even the nearby Romans sound forth, to whom both Peter and Paul be- queathed the Gospel and e yen sealed it with their blood.(4.5,1 ) Space limits me to one last quote. Eusebius Pamphilus, in his "History of the Church" (300AD): You have also, by your very admonition, brought together the planting that was made by Peter and Paul at Rome (2,25,8), This is the Peter, about whom Origen in "Commentaries on John" (230AD) wrote: Peter, upon whom is built the Church of Christ, against which the gates of hell shall not prevail (5,3). Does this not witness to what the early Church believed about the "Upon this Rock" refer- ence in Matthew's gospel (which Boettner also denies, p. 105-107)? But enough for today. What Does Glenville Need? New Ideas Youthful Energy Visionary Direction Follow-through Action Brian K, a better is for Glenville Vote for Brian Kennedy for Mayor on Tues., June 10 at Glenville City hall Political to*"candidate. Look no furtheH Welcome to- ,d A full-service financial institution that offers UTa YE CARE seeking for our Glenville location. full time with competitive ary and benefits. Optical medical billing experience necessary for the right date must be motivated, al and have excellent Ls to provide the highest tC.e for our patients. resume to: Drs. Stout & 1295 N. Lewis St., 26351. tons to Barbara Who will be accepting service to J .!!!!!!! ! 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