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Page 2 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, June 10, 2004 T g . estiva, • ,. E OPEN FOR BUSINESS -The Country Store and Museum, located on CouRt Street in downtown Glenville, is helping gear up people for the upcoming Folk Festival. The Country Store is one of the most popular destinations of visitors and locals alike during Folk Festival weekends. FARM EQUIPMENT OF A BYGONE ERA- The loft above the "sales floor" of the Country Store has recently been opened, and boasts several square feet of space dedicated to authentic, antique equipment such as the farm implements pictured here. One can also look at old radios, a giant weaving loom, and shoemakers' paraphrenalia. A WEAVER AND HIS LOOM - Dave Brown (above) with his wife, Judy (not pictured) has assumed the role of Country Store Manager. Brown says he would love to see the store open for business during limited regular hours every weekend through the fall of this year. Fibernet selects ........... ' to Lucent Technologies .provide next-generation voice over internet Lucent Technologies recently an- nounced thatFiberNet, a West-Virginia- based telecommunications company has selected Lucent's Accelerate Voice ; over Internet Protocol (VOIP) solution • to provide VolP solutions over Broad- band connections to residential cus- tomers in West Virginia and to offer new services to its strong embedded base of business and state government customers. Lucent's Accelerate solution allows FiberNet to provide its customers - on including caller ID, call transfer and conference calling. "FiberNet is the in'st telecommu- nications company in West Virginia to be able to provide VolP services to business and residential custom- ers," said Virgil Parsons, president and chief operating officer. Over the last several years, we've been the leader in introducing new technolo- gies and competitive telecommuni- cations services to West Virginia, and we're very proud to again dem- The VolP services are available over cable modem, DSL, T1 and Ethernet connections. "Lucent's AccelerateTM solution le- verages FiberNet's existing network equipment while enabling them to. offer services only a next-generation network can provide," said Gerry Cafaro, Lucent Technologies vice president for sales. "This win is an- other example of Lucent's building presence in the VolP space utilizing technology that bridges the gap be- \ SPRUCING UP DOWNTOWN, ONE HANGING BASKET AT A TIME - For the third year running volunteers working with Gilmer County Family Resource Networks have kept their eyes on the Vision Plan by hanging these attractive baskets of flowers along the sidewalks of downtown Glenville. Donna Waddell and Patty Putnam were joined by Ron Mumma, Jim Bailey and Kay Miller two weeks ago in their quest to, beautify downtown. The flowers were grown by Mr. Matt Call's agriculture class at Gilmer County High, School, while Americorps volunteers painted the baskets. If you would like to dedicate a hanging flower basket, dedications and memorials are being accepted at a cost of $15. Contact Donna Waddell at Family Resource Networks (304-462-7545) for more information. One great advantage of modern communications is it lets you know that somewhere the snow is deeper. ***--Bill Vaugl~ Junior Angus Show Burke A Holvey, Sand Fork, will exhibit Angus cattle at the 2004 East- ern Regional Junior Angus Show in Raleigh, NC June 18-20, reports John Crouch, executive vice president of the American Angus Association. Burke, a junior member of the American Angus Association with headquarters in St. Joseph, MO, is one of 193 young Angus breeders from 17 states who have entered a total of 409 head to compete for cham- pionship honors. Jim Pipkin, Republic, MO, will judge divisions for bred-and-owned heifers, bred-and-owned bulls, cow- calf pairs, owned heifers, and regis- tered Angus steers. Melvin Porter, Jefferson, GA, will judge Showman- ship. The Eastern Regional Junior An- gus Show is sponsored by the Ameri- can Angus Association and the North , Carolina Junior Angus Ass..ocia~i0n. • It is one of nine junior Angus shows sanctioned by the national organiza- tion for more than 11,000 active jun- ior Angus members in the United States. For more information about the Eastern Regional and to view the re- suits, log onto /easternregional. Cedarville News JoAaaWoodyard 462-7093 4-H sells Apple Butter Congratulations go out to Carolyn and Charles Gregory on their 39th wedding anniversary, June 1 lth. Our 4--H Club plans to have apple butter for sale at their booth at the Folk Festival. We had the Rosedale School Re- union Saturday. We had a nice crowd, a great auction, delicious meal and a very nice fellowship. Mt. Carmel Baptist Church had a revival May 23-28. Different Churches were represented, New Guinea Missionary, Ben Andrews, delivered the sermon. Susan, Sara, Hannah, Naomi and Samuel are expecting their fifth child in July. They will be in the states until Sept• Until they go back overseas, they are living in Georgia. The pastor of the church, Rev. Richard Westfall, had a good sermon, too. The singers were Virginia Blake and daughter, both large and small- with IP Centrex onstrate ourcommitment toinnova- tween legacy voice equipment and Alice, Gospel Tones, The Sprouse Family,The Church Family singing applications such as voice virtual pri- lion by enabling our customers to the converged world that is emerg- and all was enjoyed. rate networks, virtual contact centers, use existing Broadband connectiv- ing." 'unified communications, and key fea- ity for a, wide range of telephony For further information, call Mike Delmas and Ernestine Moss lures that customers have come to rely options.' Alva at 510-747-5148. Sprouse of Parkersburg visited P Duretha Mowery. Photogra h sale Duretha Mowery visited Tulsa, Persinger, BeRy Stalnaker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pyles, Mr. and Mrs. .......... ,,, ........ ,, ................................. ,,,: ....... continues here Daniel Pyles and litde girl, Emly i l TheGlenvilteoem°cratandPath- Sh'elds' Mr" and Mrs" waynei !!:!'i! Card Shower for Louise Beall. finder newspapers have a number of Woodyard, and Garnet Woodyard. [ photographs of the West Virginia Happy Birthday (90th.) We all hope StateFolkFestival fromthepastthree for you to have many more, Granny ! or four years. They sell for four for a $1.00, plus Beall, and we all love you. Her ad- with any purchase in that amount, dress is HC 67 Box 32 Normantown, : you get two free ones. WV 25267-9708.° P~can~~!da Our offices at 108 North Court Street are open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Old Glenville High'# Mon.-Fri, In the main though, i i: Glenville Wednesday through Friday are better ! days to hunt for any of your old pictures that we editors may have taken. 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