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IGiLi'E"Co YCLERK'sOF 'cEi PAGE'sAc o REPAIR ] [DA E'SBAC . OESI ' ICEI Rein Kighl, President, Jim Fealy. Executive I Director, and lhe Board of OirectorsI Beverly Marks, i Normantown I ! L]nn i 462-8o98 [ County Clerk [ 462-5264 [ [ .462-5321 [ ~RGENT CAR l i~lliH LAND'SL~VEYING, INC: ~ "] IM D STATE MOTORS[ Dr. Carl Nichols i Glenville i Construction I I 6 :ss 3 /I C,Z ,,vilte I Glenville. 462-8612 I 462-5634 [ 462-8686 ! JOHN C, WESTFALL, DDS Caplan,s Jewelry ROCKWELL REsouRCES HORIZON ENERGY Glenville Main Street Weston, W.Va. Glenville Sand Fork 4, 462-7343 269-2638 462-8191 462-5758 , TiE CRAFTERs PATCH TmN TY UNITED METHODIST Cm xcn Have a great & safe ........ ANSWERED PR YER dLMER COUNTY- t LOLL1SION LENTER E Main Street GlenviUe WESLFY-ARBUCKLE CENTER tone on July 4th. . . Gary Rose 9 . ".I Weston 462-4010 Glenv]lle 462-5171 Senator Joe Mmard 269-0077 462-7. [Gm RCOUN P &RECRU ONI I WONDERWELLSERVICE [ [ CoL vL, L L GL I JACK'S SEPT Randy Maxwell & the Board , " i i l Glenvdle l i Lane Smith, Clerk I ] Trai,,ingto,,,orrowsleaders [ Clan, I nape)'4th of July from the Rec. Center! I I _1_. .... I t President Neal Benson I "-'" L i 462-7653 i ! 402 i I ! 462-5 iG TA cANP OLE I I [ 33COUNTRYCLUB l I' CUNNINGHAM'S STORE I Gm~C0txTvB0 a i! I .Lintz,. II II I{,,tAHeP~;4va, Bt~,&K,,EN II Ta,zner Ii SueWaggoner, ! .o.-,,., II P.O. Box789.Glenville I [Rt'" 33 ~a't "c''"'i''"" 4~z8494 II 462-8827 II 462-73~ calls at 1-304-558-3361 or !-866- uly Lot and around the sonal packing, moving, farm use, pet training, etc. 74%6743. Folk Festival photograph GHS Reunion ~oora,,~.r,,n, motel. The old Glenville High School, In addition, area businesses may ,, which was replaced by the consoli- want to use recently scrapped news- dated Gilmer County High in 1969, papers as informational materials has an active Alumni Association aboutthisareaformailingtoprospec- Continued from page 6 which sponsors the late June all- tiveclients or customers. Banquet, which featured a tasty meal classes reunion in Glenvilleeachyear. Our offices at 108 North Court catered by GSC's Aramark under Mr. To learn more about the group or to Street are open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. SteveShattuck, ended at about 8:30 join it, visit GHS's website at Mon.-Fri. Our phone number is 304- p.m. Many of the alumni, however, www.glenvillehighschool.com 462-7309. . continued their conversations in the Or, telephone President Bill Gainer State Grievance Board Ballroom around several historical at his Parkersburg home at 304-485- displays and in the Snack Bar & 3004. The State Grievance Board's Lounge in the next room. Charleston offices were flooded dur- Friday evening's events Need scrap ing the severe rain that fell on Mon., Starting at 7 p.m. on last Friday, June 16. many GHS alumni attended the Open- Director Ron Wright states that ing Reception at the Gilmer County hearings scheduled for this week have Senior Center at Hays City. In the Glenville Democrat/ been cancelled and will he resched- There, they saw memorabiliaofthe Pathfinder's efforts to recycle and to uled. school and its many classes displayed reduce the waste going into our area's The offices located at 808 Green- on the tables. In general, classmates, landfills, we editors keep a supply of bxierStreet inCharlestonareexpected friends, and their families sat around old newspapers at our 108 North Court to be closed for about 90 days. Tern- the tables and made catch-up conver- Street Offices. porary offices have been located at sations. The general public is welcome to the Capitol Complex in Building 17, Afterwards, many of the alumni pick these papers up free of charge, located at 2101 Washington Street, continued their reminiscences in the They are good for campfires, sea- East. continues The Glenville Democrat and Pathfinder newspapers have a number of photographs of the West Virginia State Folk Festi- val from the past three or four years. They sell for four for a $1.00, plus with any purchase in that amount, you get two free ones. Our offices at 108 North Court Street are open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. In the main though, Wednesday through Friday are better days to hunt for any of your old pic- tures that we editors may have taken. Mondays and Tuesdays are deadline days, so there is much activity going on at that time, making searching for in- formation more difficult. I!i ~ ! I BELLES MAIN SPEAKER -- At the GSC Heflin Ballroom on Fri., June 20, the main speaker at thel was the multi-talented Mr. John Lilly, editor musician, and historian. Here, the Charleston editor illustrates some of the dramatic design and the magazine over the past 30 years. And to presentation to the year 2003 Belles and yodeled (in West Virginia's Swiss tradition). Corcoran, Sr.)