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I ! Page 10A m The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Dec. 16, 2004 I Once every Yuletide mason, you newspaper readers are invited by us editors to share one of your extra-spe- cial "Christmases Past" with the gen- eral public. In addition, we recommend that our area's school teachers, espe- cially on the elementary level, have their students write a personalized "Let- ter to Santa." These "writing exercises" are benefi- cial both to the writers -- adults and children alike -- and our readers. By recalling a best or worst past Christmas in a couple of type-written, double spaced pages, adults and teenagers can often rekindle fond or heartfelt memo- ties. In fact, for the sad ones, writing about them may also bring closure to them. My favorite X-mas Story is ... With your story, make it the best ever by sending us a photo of this special Christmas and a mug shot of yourself, both of which will make for a stronger story. Oh, we'll help you brush it up, if needed, so don't worry about your gram- mar. So, in this festive holiday season of 2004, we editors are, once again, offer- ing you readers this opportunity to put your thoughts about Christmas down in writing. Additionally, you teachers can assign your students a pleasurable writ- ing test by penning down their gift re- quests to Santa. Both of these adult" and children's short stories will be highlighted in our upcoming 2004 Special Christmas Edi- tion on Thurs., Dec. 23 -- two days before the actual holiday. 'Letters to Santa' As in the past, teachers can use this once-a-year, Yuletide opportunity to create a "fun writing project" for your students. It's easy ? Just have them write a paragraph about what they'd like Santa Claus to bring down their chimneys on this December 24 and place under their Christmas trees? These "Letters to Santa" only need to be two-or-three sentences or paragraphs long and be signed by the child's first name and age ONLY. (With all of the crimes going on nationwide involving innocent children, we editors don't want any more information about the child than their first name and age.) Their requests to Santa will be printed in the Dec. 23 issue of this newspaper. These "Letters to Santa" are tradi- tionally cheerful, humorous, cute, and heartfelt. Most importantly, they give the children an opportunity to write, to accomplish a goal and to have their Christmas list to Santa published. In addition, teachers may want to post them on your bulletin boards in order to make your classroom Yuletide decorations more special and exciting for the kids. Again, the deadline is this Thurs., Dec. 16 -- two full weeks away. Please send or bring your letters to us at: Democrat~Pathfinder, P.O. Box 458- 108 N. Court St., Glenville 26351 (across from the Gilmer County Court- house). Our office fax number is 304- 462-7300 and e-mail: glenvillenewsad@ rtol. net For further information, call Editor David Corcoran or Receptionist Char- lene Dulude at 304-462-7309. Scotch Pine. Norway Spruce all sheared, 4' - 12' - $15, Blue Spruce $20 Daily and Sundays 354-6576 The Schumachers off Rt. 5, Calhoun Co., on Laurel Creek Rd. East of Grantsville O0 1 elsewhere! ONLY 9 DAYS LEFT TO DO YOl CHRISTMAS SHOPPING! businesses that em people who pay disposable income So, shop] " al in taxes and spend this locality? O their an one! r 5:00 Start g Dec. 4, 2OO4 Loeolod tbt~.~ miles ~#1 of Glenvllh* on SR 5 or 10 miles ~#! of Banvsvllle jusl off I. 79 For details, call 304-462-5511 Steve Robinette, General Manager r f Thurs., Dec. 16 News Deadlines "Letters to Santa"& Personal Memories Sat., Dec. 18 Moose Club Christmas Party Sun. Dec. 19 L L. Morris Open House - 14 Courtesy of The Glenville Democrat / Pathfinder 108 North Court Street Glenville 462-7309 Fax 462-7300 ! LET US "MAKE" YOUR HOLIDAYS HAPPY! e starting at Made to order to fit your party and your wallet and up Choose from our wide selection! signature Sandwich Ring Drummette Platter Heavenly Croissant Appetizer Delight All-Time Favorite Tempting Tidbit Tray * Dell Delicious, Cooked Shrimp Ring - Veggie Tray CALL IN YOUR ORDER 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE We know you. Mon-Sat 7 am -9 pin Sun 8 am - 8 pm Foodland Plaza 462-5% i i iiilll OPEN 6 A.M. * Free Ice with case beverage purchases * Free coffee with fill-up * Come on in, fill up your thermos bottle with coffee - $1.00 We know that sometimes you're in a hurry when you fill up. So for your convenience, we've installed new pumps that let you pay just by swiping your credit card. Of course, you can always come inside for a cup of coffee, a snack, or just to say "hello." We like staying in touch with our neighbors. Gaso//ne 462-7820 On~Off Road Diesel - Beer - Wine - Hot Dogs - Snacks Hours: Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m.- 11 p.m. 8a.m. 11 'Good Cents, 'Doesn't It? R nmrc. To t~ I d e, a~ CMI mat~yetmmtwo e~a C~aewJa~i U slCa b*L Yes, when you take out a new 'Good Cents' checking account at CalhOunBanks HERE ARE THE ADVANTAGES -- . No nmnt~t~l nU~ fm $100 to open account - no minim ~ roq~rod Free personalizml cheelat (other styles vary in price) No chargo on heekl up to 35 pal month .,. wl deThis 'Good Cents' accotmt makes 'common sense' for --I who.don't norma y ite a lot of cheeks and don1[ tO pay a norm high cheddn9 account fee monlhly [ Worlantr .for yo. tea , Planning for yew tomorrow. Serving The Little Kanawha Valley With Four Locauons GRANTSVILLE OFFICE ARNOLDSBURG OFFICE ELIZABETH OFFICE GLENYILIJE OFFICE 372 Main Sm~ * P,O. Box 430 RL 3Y119- P.O. Box 130 RI:. 14 * P.O. 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