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"! S October Wedding Announced ) The engagement of Jennifer tionCoordinatorforTheDepartment D. McCartney and Roger N. Nep- of Emergency Medicine at WVU. tune has been announced. Roger is the son of Roger S. Nep- Jennifer is the daughter of Pat and tune of Charleston, and Charlotte A. Gail McCartney of Burnt House, Link of Nutter Fort. He is a 1993 owner/operatorsofMcCartneyTrail- graduate of Fairmont Senior High ers & Purina Feed, and a Grand- School and has a bachelor's degree daughter of Sue McCartney of Tan- in Computer Engineering from ner. WVU. He is a Manager of Informa- She is a 1993 graduate of Brussels tion Systems forThe Office oflnfor- American School and a 1997 gradu- mation Technology at WVU. ate of West Virginia University with The wedding is planned for Octo- a bachelor's degree in Journalism. ber 16, 2004 at The Hotel Morgan in She is a Senior Audiovisual Produc- Morgantown. Homecomings coming up: GSC's Oct. 12-16 & GCHS's, Oct. 22. STONEWALL GENERAL STORE 135 Main Street, Weston, WV Phone: 269-4335 Authorized Cats Meow Dealer Rothschild Dips and Sauces Dealer Now Serving. BBQ Sandwiches Daily • Milkshakes .Muffins -Hot Pretzels • Root Beer Floats .&Flavors of Hand Dipped Ice Cream • Waffle Cone -Black Cherry Soda -Strawberry Cream AN TI QU E S ~ream Soda -Root Be r Wood Furniture, Beds, Glassware, -Orange Cream Soda Baskets, Stoneware, Soy Candles. ~oke SHOP IN. AN OLD TIME ATMOSPHERE Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 10 am - 5 andSat, lOa-nT- 4 prn Best Place to I $7 495 Deals now being & 1996 BLACK CADILLAC DEVILLE CONCOURSE V8 • NORTH STAR ENG • ALL OPTIONS • AUTO AIR • LEATHER INTERIOR CD & CASSEIWE TAPE PLA YER Sll,500 $L99s 2002 GREY CHEVY IMPALA 4 DR • V-6 ENGINE • AUTO • AIR POWER WINDOWS • CLOTH INTERIOR CD PLAYER * ~9/J00 MILES * REALLY NICE.* Quality Trade-ins are being Flu Vaccine Available Oct. 12 732 Elk Street • Gassaway, WV 26624 ° 304-364-5155 MinnicHamiltonHealthCareCen- disease, asthma, kidney diseasc, ter/Gilmer Primary Care has received metabolic disease such as diabetes, an initial shipment of flu vaccine, anemia, and other blood disorders. Flu shots will be available begin- -People with a weakcncd immunc ning October 12 for patients ideati- system due to: HIV/AIDS or another fled as high risk (see below) by ap- disease that affects the immune sys- pointment. An additional shipment is tem such as: long-term treatment with expected by the second week of Octo- drugs such as steroids, or cancer treat- ber, and flu shots should be available ment with x-rays or drugs. for the general public beginning Oc- , .People 6 months to 18 years of tober 19byappointment. Thepriceof age on long-term aspirin treatment each flu shot will be $18.00. Accord- (these people could develop Reye ing to CDC guidelines, high risk pa- Syndrome if they got the flu). tients are identified as: .Women who will be pregnant • All children 6-23 months of age. during influenza season. • Household contacts and out-of -Physicians, nurses, family mem- home caretakers of infants from 0-23 bers, or anyone else coming in close months of age. contact with people at risk of serious • People 50 years of age or older, influenza. • Residents of long-term care facili- To make an appointment at Minnie ties housing persons with chronic Hamilton Health Care Center, call medical conditions. 354-9244 or at Gilmer Primary Care • People who h.ave long-term health call 462-7322. problems with: heart disease, lung Thursday, II III III Glenville State College Homecoming Parade Set, Participants Invited On behalf of the Glenville State stoplight, where it concludes. Partici- College Student Government Asso- pants should approach the parade route ciation (SGA), we would like to in- viatheNorth(Main)EntranceofGSC vite you to participate in the 2004 and proceed along the Boule.vard to Glenville State College Homecom- the turn off to the Administration ing celebration. Building. A check-in table will be The theme for this year's Home- located there where you will receive coming is "Mirror to the Past - Win- your exact placement in the parade. dow to the Future," and we ask that Parade participants must check in you join in the festivities by being a between 8:30 a.m. and 9:15 a.m. part of our parade, which is scheduled Should your organization choose for Saturday, October 16 at 10:00 to participate, you need to visit the a.m. GSC Office of Student Activities or The parade line-up is on College Student Life to fill out an entry form, Street and the route follows Main or call 304.462.4114 by Tues., Oct. Street in Glenville, turningright at the 12. 25th Wedding Anniversary Tim and Terry Hickman will cel- ebrate their 25th wedding anniver- sary on October 10, 2004. Their family will hold a recep- tion in their honor from 2-4 pm at the Nobe Chapel Fellowship Build- ing. Family and friends are invited to attend. They were married Oct. 13, 1979 at Cherry Fork United Methodist Hickman. They are the parents o! one son, Josh Hickman, a sopho- more at Washington State Commu- nity Collegc in Marietta. Mr. Hickman is emptoycd by the Calhoun County Board of Educa- tion and pastor,, M in nora and Wal ker United Methodist Churches. Mrs. Hickman works at State Farm In- surance in Grantsvitlc. Church by the Rev. Alfred Visit our newspapers' website at: www. GlenvilleNews.com Save! s13,500 2001 BLUE FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRACK 4X4 . 4-DR. • 4.0 ENG. ° AUTO • AIR LEATHER INTERIOR * CD PLAYER BED COVER AN1) RUNNING BOARDS 2000 BRONZE PONTIAC BONNEVILL[ 4 DP~ • V-6 ENGINE • SUN ROOF • AIR POWER WINDOWS * LEATHER INTERIOR CD PLAYER " REALLY NICE! acquired daily! Working for you today, Planning for your tomorrow. Calhoun Banks, with a branch in Glenville, will be dosed on next Mort., Oct. 11 in observance of the Columbus Day Holiday. We hope that all of our customers and everyone else in Gllmer County will have a Happy and Safe Holidayl We will be opening &gain for our regular business hours on Tues., Oct. 12. Serving The Little Kanawha Valley With Four Locations GRA,~LE OFFICE ARNOLDSBURG OFFICE ELIZABETH OFFICE GLENYILLE O~FICE 372 Mare S4/ee~, PO. Box430 RL 331119°PO BOX 130 RI. 14"PO BOX 129 30Foodland Plaza Graatsville, WV 26147 Phone (304) 354-6116 ~ Amoldsl~tg, WV 25234 EliT~beth, WV 26143 Gleaville. WV 26351 Fax 13011) 354-7855 ~ Phone (304) 655-8347 Plume (3~)4) 275-0996 ,~ Pho~ (304) 462.5051 Fax OO41 655-7266 Fax 1304} 275-1065 Fu 004) 462-8215 A man v. ho knows he is a fool is not a great fool. ---Chuang-tse Oct. 7, 2004 --- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder --- Page 3B I llll y Students for Septel STUDENTS OF THE MONTH: 1st F,.ow; Larisa Gordon 4th, Bridgett Williams 5th, Ginger Williams 6th, Faith Carder 1st. Carly Somerville Kindergarten. 2nd Row: CJ Pritt 2ncI, Austin Cunningham 3rd. ( VALUE It's Autumn at Troy Elementary ) 5' : 3> e,,>+..:,,,, ~. -