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Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville 354-6162 ilmer Going= FAMILY RESOURCE NETWORK, Inc. will hold its regularly scheduled Board of Directors and Gener&l Mem- bership meeting on Fri., July 11 at 12 noon at the Community Showcase. The group will be discussing flood awareness/preparedness, county clean up, food insecurity, physical activity opportunities, tobacco inter- vention and much more. Volunteers are being recruited to work on sev- eral projects throughout the year. Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. (Margaret Mead) For more into, call 462-7545. THE GILMER COUNTY HISTORIC Landmarks Commission will meet Thur., July 10 at 6 p.m. at the Com- munity Showcase, 115 E. Main St. For into, contact Jim Bailey, 462.7507. GILMER PUBLIC LIBRARY Board of Trustees will meet at 4 p.m. on Tue., July 8 at the library. The general public is invited to attend. 4TH OF JULY BASH Starting at noon on the 4th at Mark Demastus's. Bring the kids and have a fun time. Horseshoes, Volleyball, Basketball, Swimming, Card games, Bonfire, Music and Food, Camping spots available. Fireworks at dark. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCI- DENTS. GED COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY On Saturday, July 12, 11:00 a.m., at Gilmer County High School, students in the Calhoun and Gilmer County Adult Education programs who have passed their GED (General Equiva- lency Diploma) exam will be honored in a commencement ceremony. Del- egates Brent Boggs and William Stemple will give commencement If- dresses, as well as Dianna Flanagan, the ABE (Adult Basic Education) Co- ordinator at RESA V in Parkersburg. Following the commencement exer- cises, everyone will adjourn to the commons area to share in a covered dish lunch. Family, friends, and com- munity members are invited to bring a contribution to the meal and join us in celebrating our achievements. 4TH OF JULY TOURNAMENT The Glenville Golf Course will be hav- ing a Golf Tournament and covered dish dinner on Fri., July 4. Registra- tion begins at 1 p.m. Everyone wel- come. Sponsored by the Lady Golf- ers. GSC BOARD OF GOVERNORS The Glenville State College Board of Governors will meet Tuesday, July 8, 2003 at 12:30 p.m. in the Verona Mapel Room of the Heflin Student Union on the Glenville State College campus. The public is welcome to attend. For more information, please contact Ronna Dittman at (304) 462- 4129. CENTRAL WV RODEO QUEEN Pageant has been rescheduled for Sat. Aug 23, 2003. The categories have also been changed to Junior Queen, grades 7 through 9 and Queen, grades 10-12. Contestants will be judged on interview, introduc- tion, modeling of westem ware, mod- eling of formal ware, and a short para- graph ==bout the contestant. To re- quest an application call 364-5576 or 364-2273. llelghberll g Reunions WlLLFORD BUSH-GOLF family reunion will be held on Sun., July 13 at Mountwood Park. It will be held in shelter #2 in the rear of the park. There will be signs to direct everyone to the correct shelter. Pnzes and gifts witl start around noon and lunch at approximately 1 p.m. All family and friends are welcome to attend. FULL BOARD MEETING the Region VI Workforce Investment "Full" Board will meet Thur., July 17 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the WV High Tech Consortium - 2nd Floor Conference Room at 1000 Technol- ogy Ddve, Fairmont, WV For more information about the meeting, con- tact Jeffrey G. Smith at (304) 368- 9530. hureh A,.=tivitie YOU'RE INVITED TO ATTEND The Drapper Family, serving as mis- sionaries in Brazil will be visiting the Hardman Fork Baptist Church, July 5 at 7 p.m. & July 6 at 10 a.m., to share with fellow churches, fnends and the community experiences they have had since becoming laborers together with God in the missionary field. It is their hope and desire to share with as many as possible of what God has done since their last furlough. Please plan to come and share some time with the Drappers at Hardman Fork Baptist Church located on Grass Run Road off of Rt 33/119. ANNUAL HOMECOMING of Crooked Fork Church at Perkins will be having their 30th Annual Home- coming Sun., July 6, 2003. The days program of worship and fellowship will start at 10 a.m. Everyone is wel- come to spend the day with us. Elder Roger Stewart, Pastor. to your i i II u For your home, auto, life, health and long-term care motorcycle, flood, business |nsurance, & bonds. Jim Collins, Agent Travis Woodford, Agent MONTHLY MEETING of the Board of Directors meeting for the County PSD will be held Mort.. July 7 at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend. 21b E. Main St. GleavtUe, YCV 44~2-T951 LEE ESTA HOSEY Lee Esul Ht)sey, age 64. of Route 71. Glenviile, fl)nnerly of Akn.i, ( )h. departed this lift: at 1:30 p.ln., Tues- day, June 24, 2iX)3 at l lniled ltospil:d Center, Chtrkshurg, tbllowi||g un- expected illne ,L Born on May 13, 1939, in Alton. (.)h, daughter ()/the late Ben l-~mglas aM Fayloe Ammons Kimhnmgh. PERRY W AND ELLA M. MARKS The 32nd annual Perry W. and Ella Mrs. Hosey was a homem=Lkcr. M. Marks Reunion will be held on mother, former employee of July 13, 2003 from 9 am to 5 pm at Ridgew J Nursing Home, Copley. the Gilmer County Rec. Center in ()h, agr;KluateotCopleyHighSch,~l Glenville with a covered dish dinner ;rod Chrisli;m by failh. at noon. Surviving is her hust md, Fnmklin CATHER REUNION Delta:u" R(x evelt Ho., y of Copley, The Ca(her Reunion will be held at ()h. Fcmr daughter. : Nieie (Cheryl) the Gilmer County Rec. Center in Jack.m, Shirley F__.dw.'m3s and Lyn Glenville on July 18, 19, & 20. The (Nercs~t) Me;ms "all of Akron. ()h. reunion will start at 6:30 p.m. Fri. with Renee (Ane) Brighlwell of Euclid. hot dogs. Activities are planned for all ()h, eight sons; David B c;mon of day Sat., with a covered dish dinner Angeles, Ca., Fnmk Ho., y .Ir. at 5:30 p.m. A potluck lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. on Sun. ;rod John Holy of Aknm. ( )h: Mark Ho!ey of B;u-t rhm. ( )h: Mike REUNION Holy ;rod J;uncs th) y of AkrolL on Lower Big Run of Horn Creek at ()h: Anll~my (Tony) tlo.~y ot(;len- the Old Greenlief homeplace. Picnic viile ;mdTilm~hy lto.~y otSand Fork. lunch at noon on Sun., July 20, 2003. Also surviving =u'e two sisler~, Mary 16th ANNUAL HENLINE REUNION Bird ~md Charh~lte Kimhrcnlgh. I~th will be held Sat,, July 19 at picnic of Akmu. Oh aud three brotllcr.~, shelter #3 at Burnsville Dam. Every- .lames Kimhrough and W,('. one welcome. Kimhrou~h. I~th of Akron. ( )h, and REUNION Ray KiJnhrough ot FI, Upper and Lower Trace Fork School There are 54 grandchildren -'rod :l Reunion will be held at Nobe commu- host of great-grandchildren, nity building the second Sat. in July FnendswerereceivedallheEllyson . (July 12). All students, teachers, faro- Mortu;u-y, Inc. Glenville on Saturd:|y ily and friends are welcome. Come evening June 2X. 2(X)3 and fuucral and bring your favorite dish, the meat services were conducted at 12 n{~.L and table ware will be furnished. Also Mond~ty June 30, 2(X)3. at the Rh(~Jeu bring a small gift for the white el- Memorial Horror, Aknm. ()h. Buri;d ephant sale. Dinner will be served at followed in the Copley Cemelery. 12 noon. Copley, Oh. Ellyson Mortuary, Inc. Glenville ;L,~sisled the fiunily with Io- Try a classified ad, they work ;u-rangemen!s. "Breakfast Just Got Handier" Have you tried the new breakfast taste Itient at baki 3 up a handy sandwich sized hotcal . ith maple Fup baked right in. Get your favorit McDonatd' sand- Page 10 -- The Glenville JAMES M. SNYDER ( J~unes M. Snydcr. ~1, of Avon, ( )h, died Friday, June 27, 21){)3 ~1 Ihc ('hanlcl S un u-it;m Rchahilil,|lion ("en- ter in Avo, ~llicr ;t long illncns, and Marlha Born I)ccembcr 5. 1 )21 ,t l:u'm(;Icnvillc. ou Little Bull Rurt in Gihncr ('ounly ;Lm.. Frid;I ue;tr (;lenville. hc movetl Io Av,,L ( )h Memorial in IU66. Surviviug He served iu Ihc Army :is ;= SClgC:ml ( "hris "l'aunaa dllOllg WWII ;llld Ihc K()rc,m W;tr. gr:mdparclll: 1 te wa.,, a gmtindskcclx.'r I( u 36 yc;u.',. S retiring ;11 age 71. palcrmd Mr. Snyd,,:r was mcmhcr ol Av(m l'cg VFW Pi~sl 7i")35 ;llltl cl|i*~ycd bird n:d watching :lnd Inmling. all :l,~ritl;t: Stlrvivors inchltlc hi~ wile ol 57 :tlltl Jalnie years. (il:,lys (Mt.~'um~'r~,). :~ son Nil;| .l;uncs (M ikc) Snydcr ol~A van. tl;lugh- :=lttl wives: ICrS ('~lrl)lyll l.(~'wv (1| Av(~ll I.:tkc Norln;.llllOwll, ;lllti Kim Zajac ol Avom live grand- children: five grc;~l-gr;mdchildrcn: :ll|d o| Fh)rid:L J*~: a sister. M:iric Willon~ of lhmling- Ion. Preceding him in dc;dh ~crt.' hi', ,~l()klah,i]a. pitl'CIIIM .Iohll N. ;tlltl (';u'flc Belle (;r;tvc~,idc ((~hc;.lUVlOlll) Sllydcf ;|lid live h()lh- cr~ :lnd siSlCl.,,. 3~), 2(X)3. at I~ The Roy..Iohn BuIchk(L p:t~,tor at [,ockncy with Avon [ h|ilcd Mclhodi~,l { "hurch olli- carting ciatlctl Ihc service on M~Ulda>..hnlc (;Icnvillc, 3{), 2(X)3. Bunad lolh~wcd lit ()hlo ;tn;m: Wc.,,Icrn RcxCFVC N;dionad ('cmclcry ill }~,illlllatll ( )hio, Whcl'C iIIilil;ir.v II(m- Ol'X I(~k place. V Proud to serve Gilmer Counl Select Granite Also Offering Computer Rt. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or t It doesn't have tbtOat a for- Fax 4 :Z-4 OO Wi l. Ba4NI Egg and C..hcAH . and tune to acknowledge a Job well pt1101102QmaH.wvnet.eclu done. CLOSED SATURDAYS or Sausage, and build your favor.e ' ,, i **************************************** bet e r|McGriddka "n=" Handy fer the drive" *** QUALITY NEW USED FURNITURE* thr=, . ever you .t : PRICED Obb L'Yl *** We ne,, at , , and at 6:ooam on Sunda . to you'll haw. even . Good selection of new tools available - Variety of Bisque items - . * Glassware and Dolls - Lamps - TVs - Knives - Coins - Jewelry * ~ to chOOf~ your favor~e 6~fion ~1golII ~ $ . Fishing Supplies - Rods ~ Reels ~ Artificial and Live Baits . ~'~t~t6t champion, unfit t0: 0am 4RibI. A Million Dollars in * Good Sek.ction of Hunting Supplies * ' : Receiving it.s on consignment to sell - "~.g items i~ for me Io seUfor you!" : McDmu $ The West Virginia Lottery v i * , , ~'~31 r- 1 Me~ Fri. 9 a-m-- 5 i~nt * ; : |P,'~l~ P ~r ]/~p 0 kll~ll/'it~ S=erdayg~m.-3pa~ * --- - to say"l'honks a Million' . )UCill 3 kJUU.3 LIIU3 players for a record y *********************We***********t**** III I II I .... IIII I IIII II I IIIIII I TO show our appreciation for a billion dollars in t : Notice to " ! " )tear ending 2003, the West Virginia I million dollars to 95 luck), giveaway winnerS in Allegheny Power Customers . drawings. 5 enmes will win $ 100,000 each! With Rights-of-Way Across their Property sto, ooo each! 20 entries will win $5,000 ead win $2,500 each! All you have to do to play non-winning online (POWERBALL, Keno, Allegheny Power will maintain portions of its power line fights-of-way in .... , Daily 4 or Hot Lotto) game ticket that was Gilmer County with the aerial spraying of approved herbicides. The work will .................. i E".=- J L i july I and July 22, 2003, for your chance to i begin on or after June 30, 2003. celebration and play the exciun online WestVirginia Lottery for your chance to win big Questions about the program or about sensitive areas near power lines, such as springs, wells, streams, lakes, ponds, orchards, crop areas, To enter, oil you hove to do gardens, pastures, meadows, year-round dwellings, public recraation ar- eas, and Christmas tree plantations may be directed to the Company by Send in one non-winning online dcket calling 1-800-955-0179. This number will be staffed during regular business with your na e, address and daytime phone hours. Watch Saturdays at 6.-00 p.m. Mail the non-winning ticket to: Visit your West Virginia Lottery Retailer Information about sensitive areas also can be mailed to the Allegheny and find out how you can be a game show Thanks a Hillion Giveaway : ower office listed below. When calling or writing, please be specific about contestant and win up to $1,O00,O00t PO Box 18415 the location by giving the number of the utility po/e or tower,qearest to the South Charle on,VVV 25303 sensitive area. The nlJmber is posted on the pole or the legs of the tower. On-air VV'V contestant - June 28, 2.003 ....... EnrJ'ies must be received at the WestVir Rights-of-way maintenance agreements between Allegheny Power and BonnieThompson ............ St AIbant,~N~' ................. St,CO0 office by Tuesday, july 29, 2003. landowners or tenants are available to those who prefer to accept respon- sibility for clearing the fight-of-way croesing their property. Those interested At-home players - $ 100 Entries must be postmarked. No hand in m aintenance agreements are encouraged to contact the nearest Allegh- , will be accepted. eny Power office as soon as possible to assure prompt handling. rca Hiller Wheelin~ Elizabeth ,sa erfteld Fairmont Lo~ene Taylor Northfork Linda Sm,~h B~k~nnon The drawings will take place on July The herbicidestobe used-2,4-D;triclopyr;glyphosate;picloram;fo mine; Pqchard WebbCtark.~urg Carol Halm H=n .-d and 27, 2003.Winners will be announced in and I mazapyr- have been tested extensively and approved by the Environ- Timothy Newett HarUnsburg Chartes newspaper advertisements" mental Protection Agency and the State Department of Agriculture. Rights- Dab Bla kenship Buffalo J ne Hat:r ko St. Harys of-way for this program involve the following areas: Michael Walton Camden Roane. Gilmer. and Calhoun Counties Sadie t"h:Clung Mr. Lookout 'Goff Run-Glenville #308, 138 kV Line) Donna Goff Rowlesburg Portions of a transmission line beginning at the Golf Run Substation. The line heads northeast, crossing U.S. Route 33 and County Routes 11, 16, 12, Next Drawing.,Luly 31 t 2003 9/7, 14, 3, 35/28, 35/12. The line then proceeds into the Grantsville . Substation and continues east crossing State Routes 5 and 16, County Routes 16/36, 35/17, 35/18, 35/33, 35/21, State Route 5, County Routes 15, Join the winning this reason with The Pow~"b~ 17, 119/12, 514, and State Route 5. The line terminates at the Glenville i.sumt Hillion=dre Game Show from LasVera.t~ Substation. way to play! Jennings Dancy, Forester Allegheny Power l%-h yPo Gassaway Service Center cn r Watch Karl $=fford, Phil Washington, KJm 801 State Street ,,~ ~t~,t~~~ I ir~.~ ,~,~ ~.,r~;, draw your luck7' numbers Hondw/through Gassaway, WV 26624-9303 :i