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mlBmDj Thursday, Oct. 28, 2004 -- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Pace IIA I I II I IIII II II II I Vote "FOR the GCEDA paid for by per~)nal contributions of GCEDA members: P Il -, i i,merGoin,s Republicans register voters....,.a'-- Sao more Cards" for a fundraiser. Cards are good at Glenville, Gassaway and Democrats Spencer locations. After your first pizza purchase, you can receive up Numbers released recently by the to 17 pizzas free. A great deal. Call Secretary of State's office reveal that Melissa Jedamski, 462-4001 (work) nearly 28,000 new voters have regis- or 462-4742 (home) or Teresa Skin- tered as Republicans since the Pri- ner at 462-5531 fur more information. Cards will be on sale until Nov. 5. mary election, while the Democrats registered slightly less than 25,000 BLOOD DRIVE new voters. "This isan astounding accomplish-Tis the season to be thankful. We mentinastatewhereregisteredDemo- gather with our families and loved ones to celebrate Thanksgiving and crats outnumber Republicans by 2 to the joy of life. Some of us can enjoy l," said GOP Chairman Kris Warner. this time of year and have more to be "IrsundoubtedlyasignthatRepubli- thankful for than others. Some are cans are on the rise, and change is on alive because people like you took the way for West Virginia." the time to donate blood. Please do- Percentage-wise since the Primary, late on Wed., Nov. 10, at GSC, the Republican registration jumped Wesley Arbuckle Center, Glenville, 8.58%, while Democrats only man- from 12:00-6:00 pro. Thank you. aged a meager 3.78% increase, de- FFA FRUIT SALES spite a major voter registration drive. "Clearly, new voters are rejecting The Gilmer County FFA is hosting the politics of West Virginia's trou- their annual fruit sale. The FFA mem- bling past," said Warner. "They're bers will be selling an assortment of turning to the bold, new leadership fruit and we would greatly appreciate Republicans are offering." your support. This is the FFA's major fundraiser for the year and all of the Warner commended the efforts of money goes towards chapter activi- Republicans across the state to bring ties and projects. For information on more voters to the GOP ranks, witha the fruit sales, you can contact nod to the Republican National Com- Monique at 462-5105. mittee for making voter registration a major focus this year in West Vir- C & G AND HOPE GAS ANNO- ginia, ITANTS' BREAKFAST "'On election night, if voters bring The C & G and Hope Gas Annuitants about the change we need. the bigwill meet Tues., Nov. 2, 8:00 am, at winners will be the people of West the Log Cabin Restaurant, Harrisville. Virginia," said Warner. New leJ TANNER SENIOR SATELUTE The Tanner Senior Satellite, will meet on Fri., Nov. 5, 6:00 pm, at the Tan- ner School Lunch building. Bring a covered dish and enjoy the evening. Everyone welcome. CONSERVATION MONTHLY MEETING The West Fork Conservation District Board of Supervisors monthly meet- ing for Nov., will be held Nov. 2, at the USDA Service Center in Mt. Clare, beginning at 9:30 am. Contact Dinah Hannah, Executive Assistant at 627- 2160. FALL FEST 2004 Come join in the fun at Glenville El- ementary School as the GES PTO will host a Fall Fest on Mort., Nov. 1 from 4:30 pm - 8:00 pm at the school. There will be many fun activities in- the Rule," on Oct. 28-30, and Nov 5- Oct. 25, at the Starting Points Center, eluding apple picking, a haunted 6. Performances will be held each Glade Elem. School, Cowen, 6:00 to house, and a Fear Factor room. Food evening at 8:00, in Wailes Theater of 9:00 pm. Bring your favorite project, will be available for purchase. A small the Steinman Fine Arts Center. Ad- or any new project you wish to learn. fee for kids, with adults getting in free. mission will not be charged. Instead, Join us for an evening of learning, fun Some activities will have an additional the cast and crew, along with and fellowship. For more information, charge. Bethany's Political Awareness Club Call Betty at 847-5317. and the German Club, ask patrons to BLOOD SCREENING please bring donations for U.S. troops CHRISTMAS AUCTION The Rotary Club blood screening will stationed in Iraq. A Christmas Auction to be held on be held on Sat., OCt 30, from 8:00 am PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING Fri., Nov. 5, starting at 7:00 pm, at until 12:00 pro. For appointment, call Upper West Fork Park, Chloe. All new Debbie Johnson: 462-4126. Professional wrestling will be back at merchandise, 50/50 drawing, conces- the Minnora Community Center onsions, gifts, tools, Christmas items, TOPS CLUB Wed., Nov 3, at 7:30. Television wres- cheese, pepperoni, candy, with the tier "Rock & Roll Express" Ricky famous Creston auctioneer, Bobby TOPS Club announces its best "los- Morton will be out to settle a long Ray Starcher. For more information, ers" for the months of July, Aug. and Sept. For the month of July the win- standing feud with fellow television call 655-8172. her was Kay Miller. For the month of Aug. Kaye Miller repeated as the first place winner, and second place went to Roberta Blake. Sept. winners were: first place Kay Miller and Loretta Pugh tied. Second place goes to Rita McHenry and third to Roberta Blake. The winner for the entire quarter of July, Aug. and Sept. was Kay Miller. CONGRATULATIONS KAY!!! TOPS Club meets each Tuesday at 6:00 inn, at the Small Wodd Day Care, on Elm St. For information call 462-7777. Our Neighbors VETERANS' HEALTH FAIR A Veterans' Health Fair will be held at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center, Clarksburg, on Fri., Nov. 5, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, in the Medical Center Auditorium. Free information and tests. Plan to attend! EXPORTING SEMINARS The West Virginia University (WVU) Small Business Development Center and the WVU Center for Chinese Business present two exporting semi- nars called "Going Global - Export Your Product." The first seminar will be held from 5 to 7 pm, on Nov. 3 in the Caboose Room of the Old Depot in Elkins. The second seminar will be held from 8 to 10 am, on Nov. 16 in the Jerry West Lounge of the WVU Coliseum in Morgantown. BLUE- GRASS CONCERTS PIT BEEF DINNER The Jane Lew Lions Club is sponsor- ing a Pit Beef Dinner, including mashed potatoes/gravy, green beans, cole slaw, hot rolls and dessert, Sun., Oct. 31, 11:00 am - 3:00 pro, at the Jane Lew Fire Dept. Brooms and mops will also be for sale. BETHANY THEATER wrestling legend "Midnight Express Beautiful Bobby Eaton. Women wres- NEW EQUIPMENT - The Lewis Bridgeport, native, Glen Shaffer, recently re- County Heart Society recentlyceived the honor of being named July's winner in the purchased a cardiac scale and Folk category for the Song of the Year (http:// educational materials for the songwriting contest. Cardiac Rehabilitation Department Glen's song will go on to compete at the end of the at Stonewall Jackson Memorial year in his category for the Grand Prize and status of Hospital in Weston. Pictured above song of the year? SJMHCardiac Rehab nurse Kristi Song of the Year is an international songwriting Gannon shows Cardiac Rehab contest supporting VH- l's Save the Music Foundation. patient Doyle Skinner how to use the newly purchased scale. Doyle is a resident of Gilmer County. tiers Brandi Wine and Nicole Starr will be returning, along with WCW star Scotty McKeever, USWAS Beau James, and more. Advanced tickets at Wanda's Country Store and Dell, Chloe Hardware, and Stinson Gro- cery. Kitchen will open at 6:30. This is a family event and proceeds ben- efit the Minnora Community Center. The Bluegrass Preservation Society, Inc. and The Landmark Studio for the Arts, Sutton are sponsonng Bluegrass Concerts, on Sat., Nov. 6 and Sat., Dec. 4, at 7:00 pm. Two bands will perform each night. Concessions will be provided by the Lions Club of Gassaway. Come join us for a night of good, clean, foot-stompin' fun and entertainment. Only 150 person ca- pacity, get your seats early! 'ESCANABA IN DA MOONLIGHT' The WV Landmark Players present, "Escanaba in da Moonlight." A com- edy in two acts, by Jeff Daniels, on November 12, 13, 19 and 20, at 8:00 pro, at the WV Landmark Studio, Main St., Sutton. VIETNAM MEMORIAL WALL The moving Vietnam Memorial Wall will be coming to Point Pleasant. The dates are Oct. 29 through 1:00 pm on Nov. 4. This 252 foot memorial is a 50% replica of the wall in Washing- ton, D.C. It was developed to allow those who otherwise cannot visit the site in Washington to view this me- morial to the brave men and women who gave their lives for this nation in the Vietnam War. Admission is free and everyone is welcome. The me- morial wall will be open to the public 24 hours a day. For more informa- tion, call Jerry Bail at (304) 675-1905 or the Mason County Welcome Cen- ter at 675-6788. SPINNERS & WEAVERS GUILD Nov. 2. Please call Christy at 269- 5259 or Heather at 269-5624, for an entry form. Everyone will receive a rhinestone crown. L Church Activities REVIVAL The Rosedale Baptist Church will have a revival starting on Nov. 7, thru Nov. 14, beginning at 7:00 pm. Elder Larry Fisher, Pastor. Everyone is wel- come. FALL BAZAAR UNITED WAY OF MARION COUNTY HARDWOOD CHALLENGE St. Matthew United Methodist Women will hold their bi-annual Fall Bazaar "Kids Helping Kids" Boys 11U/12Uon Thur., Nov. 4, 4:00 - 8:00 pm and youth basketball toumament Nov. 19 Fri., Nov. 5, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm in the - 21, at East Fairmont High School. church Fellowship Hall (120 E. Third Format will include pool play with a St., Weston). Booths include crafts, three game minimum, followed by a sewing, Country Store, Granny's At- championship round on Sunday. Reg- tic, candy and baked goods. On istration packages may be obtained Thursday evening, beans and by contacting the Marion County cornbread and hot dogs will be United Way office at: 304-366-4550. served. Friday's menu includes veg- Entry deadline is Fri., Nov. 12. Pro- etable soup and beef barbecue, or ceeds form the tournament will ben- chili and beef barbecue, dessert and efit local children charities affiliated drink. Carry outs available on Fnday. with the United Way of Marion County, Phone 269-2428 for more informa- andthe Fairmont Falcons Youth Bas- tion. ketball Organization. For questions THRIVE CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S regarding tournament play/rules, CONFERENCE please contact Roger Osbourn at: 304-657-9290. The Elkins Church of the Nazarene The Jane Lew Lions Club is sponsor- ing a Pit Beef Dinner, including mashed potatoes/gravy, green beans, cole slaw, hot rolls and dessert, Sun., Oct. 31, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, at the Jane Lew Fire Dept. Brooms and mops will also be for sate. SPINNERS & WEAVERS GUILD The Webster County Spinners & Weavers Guild will meet on Mon., Oct. 25, at the Starting Points Center, Glade Elem. School, Cowen, 6:00 to 9:00 pro. Bring your favorite project, or any new project you wish to learn. Join us for an evening of learning, fun and fellowship. For more information, Call Betty at 847-5317. A CHRISTMAS WINTER WON- DERLAND PAGEANT WV Cuties and Beauties present "A Christmas Winter Wonderland Pag- eant," on Sun., Nov. 19. Registration is at 12:00 pm. The pageant begins at 1:00 pm, at the Jane Lew Little League Building, in Jane Lew. The categories will include beauty (pag- eant dress or Sunday best), Christ- mas wear (anything pertaining to will be hosting Thrive! Authentic Liv- ing at their Family Life Center on Rt. 219 in Gilman. This exciting live simulacast event will join over 50 thou- sand Christian women on Nov. 13. Many of today's top speakers will be sharing their stories and the hope that is provided for all through Jesus Christ. Music by Darlene Zschech. The event begins at 8:00 am, with a continental breakfast, and your lunch and conference packet are also in- cluded. Three tickets will be given away on Nov. 5, on your Home Town Christian Radio Station WBHZ 91.9 fm. To signup for the ticket drawing, send a card with your name, address, and phone # to AFR-503 Lincoln Ave.- Elkins, WV 26241 or drop it off at Good News Christian Book Store in downtown Elkins. For tickets or infor- mation, call Mary Johnson at 636- 7916 or Cathy Burgess at 636-9215. HOMECOMING CONCERT The Camden Flats Baptist Church Homecoming, is featuring The Standifers, from Georgia, on Sun., Oct. 31, at 6:00 pm. For further infor- mation, call 462-4035. Bethany College Theatre will present The Webster County Spinners & Christmas), and photogenic. Ages 0 Bertolt Brechrs "The Excep,tion and Weavers Guild wi!,l meet on ,,ion.,, to 21. A deposit must be received by folk .............. songwriter fA TN - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --- -- "'ty Wat : Glenville Utlh er Customers IOn October 18, 2004 several customers had discolored[ Song of the Year is excited to recognize Glen for hisI water at their homes, and contacted the Glenville UtilityI exceptional songwriting ability fur the song"Mountain i Office about their concerns and reason for the discoloredi Man." I water. At that time, we could not give them an answer to whyI Glen competed against songwriters from all over the world for this honor. When asked what inspired the song, Glen commented that "After living in Nashville, TN for three years, on a trip back home, I realized where my heart was, in West I this had occurred. We started flushing the main water linesl I and contacted the WV State Health Dept. We took samplesl I to see if the water had bacteria present. All samples reportedl Virginia." I no bacteria were present. At a later date, it was brought to ourl The Song of the Year judges are some of the biggest Currently, Glen is concentrating on his songwriting I attention that the fire department hauled water from al names in music including many Grammy Award win- and music career while hoping to release his new album I hydrant on South Lewis Street near Brooklyn Drive. Thel hers. by the end of this year. -, _ _ I large pull of water caused disturbance in the water main lin l "- " - land discolored the water. Glenville Utility's goal is to_I FREE !provide clean; safe drinking water to its customers and weI FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES Tack or TNHd: Kik-off at The [ are addressing this disturbance and trying to prevent thisI Gilmer County Health Department Moosoll i from re-occurring. We do appreciate ourcustomers concerns.I (t ho.r .f Thank-You 809 Mineral Road Lower Level rack Tr. I I Glenville._WV 26351 Free Feed: I Glenville Utility I T- 462-7351 Hot dog on a bun, chips, -- --------------------------------Freeman Nicholson, Manager -- -- -- .j F- 462-8956 punch and Halloween . "Breast Treatsl *Oral Contraceptives At the Olenville Moose I.mJge Eatery *Depo. Shots t0 E. Main St., Glenvillo, WV *Condoms "Some STD T~iaB Saturday Oct. 30 CALL FOR MOREDETAILS 5:30 to 6:30 II I ii i i ii , i ii ii 0 Welcome to Gilmer County! Let us help you enjoy your visit Residence of Shirley Large to our county/ Newberne, WV 1/2 mile from Rt. 47 on Tanner Newberne Rd. or 9 Miles from Tanner on Tanner Newberne Rd. Follow signs. 8th Annual Saturday, Nov. 6, 2004--- 10:00 am SOMETHING OLD, Antiques and Collectors: Handmade Quilts, Oil lamps, Iron Skillets, Iron Pot, Iron Griddle, Bedroom Suite (Veneer and Inlay), SOMETHING NEW 90 Barbie Dolls, (antiques/crafts) Dinette Set, Refrigerator (Sears), Cook Stove, Freezer, Deep Freezer, Maple Hutch, Pots and Pans, Cook Stove, Washer (RCA), Friday, November 5, 2004 - noon-6 PM Dryer (Montgomery Wards, Electric), Microwave, Microwave Stand (Oak), Glassware, Copper Bowl, Sat., November 6, 2004 - 9AM-5 PM 60 ,'ooms hlte,'im" ,:,,'rid(,,'s. elevate," a(:, ess fit,,ess 8 pc. Bamboo Living Room Suite, Brass Collection, Several Agriculture Building, Gllmer Co. center, aml m(,h'r, ia -romu c(,,ve,ie,(:e.s aml Knick Knacks, Entertainment Center, Vacuum Cleaner, Floor Recreation Center a m e,it i e s, S e r v i, a l I v }, r w e,I (I i ,i g l) a r I i es, I'a m i I v Sc ru bber, Sewing Machine (Maple Cabinet), Avon Lady Figurine, gad,, rings, cla. ' g,'a,l,ati(,,,s aud (.'iafNew Scooter Chair (New), Sycamore Rd.,, Glenville WV , gatheriug needs. Gr(}uI, I)is(:-UlttS Availahle. Still going through boxes. Many other items too numerous to Free Admission ~ Food ~ Door prize ROOM ] ...... Passes for the [ mention. Tenns:.C h or Check with Positive ID Free parking I available for Community, [ ] mess CENTER LUNCH SERVED NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Ibusiness, or club f I' " l available..for purchase! Announcements day of sale take precedence over all printed material. ! AUCTIONEER NOTE: Bring your chair and stay all day, have 2 For vendor application: call 304-462.5065 Lois|rd lhrPt" nlli~, m~ ,~" (;l~Itti|| ..... ,~I{ -~ or |0 lllilr~ .e~l It( ~tlwltsvl~ ~ m |-Tg hOU~os full of StUff and going to keep what they need and sell the resL For details, call 304-462-5511 Auctioneer: Ed Duelley or em~iil KarenLane@aoi.c0m Steve hobinetle, General Manager Phone: 462-8996 Lic. No. 124 II I