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With all of the colorful holiday TKE President James Upton is chal- visit her Mexican restaurant at 407 bows, greenery and trees decorating lenging other area residents to see if North Lewis Street in Glenville. In downtown Glenville, the Christmas they can out-do the fraternity's color- her native country, she remembers season is beginning to take shape and ful display, celebrating the "Posada Navidena" even to move into a higher gear In addition, this 2004 holiday sea- tradition -- the journey of the Holy throughoutallofGilmerCounty.And, son will be a special Christmas for Family to Bethlehem. This Mexican as December 25 draws closer, the Mr. L. G. Marks, a Gilmer County practice promises to make our 2004 pace will continue to increase until native who is a master chef, formerly GilmerCountyChristmas seasoneven Santa Claus flies in here to drop off at the Days Inn Vision's Restaurant in more colorful and active. the presents. Flatwoods, because he's opened up a Moreover, Glenville State College The city's residents and visitors are new restaurant at the old Trezan's will offer its community musical, "A invited to enjoy these festivedecora- next to the Best Western Glenville Community Celebration of Christ- tions during this holiday season, as Inn. It's been highly decorated for the mas," at 7 p.m. on this Sat., Dec. 11 in they were provided by the Glenviile Yuletide. the Fine Arts Auditorium. Prior to JuniorWoman'sClub--beingpartof In a related matter, the Best West- this event at 5 p.m., President and their on-going civic pride initiatives, ern Glenville Inn hotel has decorated First Lady, Robert and Sandy Free- Likewise, residents living every- its lobby for Christmas quite fully, man, invite the public to their home where in the county are decorating Moreover, the management and staff on the GSC campus for a "Holiday their homes for Christmas. For ex- are inviting Gilmer Countians to join Open House." ample, Ike and Sue Morris's new them in creating a more active holi- Finally, don't forget to go to your house, located on SRs 33/119 just day spirit by having Santa Claus favorite church which is also prob- east of Glenville, is already ladened present every Saturday ... for picture- ably decorated for the season! And, with festive seasonal lights and mes- taking sessions for the children and remember to shop at home! See our sages, families. See Best Western's related related advertisement on page IOA. Don't miss the colorful TKE frater- advertisement on page IOA. Support these businesses that want to nity house on Linn Street on the Glen- For a taste ofa"south of the border" keep serving us Gilmer County con- ville State College campus, either. It's Christmas, Gloria Shaffer, owner and sumers, employing local people and brightly decorated with lights. In fact, chef at Mi Ranchito, invites you to contributing to theregion's tax base. Every year you newspaper readers These "writing exercises" are ben- areinvited to share oneofyourextra- eficiai both to the writers and our special "Christmases Past" with the readers. By recalling a best or worst general public. In addition, we editors past Christmas in a couple of type- request that our area's teachers in the" written, double spaced pages, adults elementary schools have their stu- and teenagers can often rekindle fond dents write "Letters to Santa." or heartfelt memories. In fact, for the !!!ii !!i!i!iiii!iliSi!i !iiiTiii!i!/ COMMON PLACE HALLOWEEN -- Peggy Moore (seated, left), owner of The Common Place Restaurant in downtown Glenville, enjoyed sitting outside on Halloween evening giving out candy to the kids. Here, one of the many young families, who got out for the Sat., Oct. 30 neighborhood "Trick or Treating," were Susan and Jeff Sumner (standing). For Andrew (eight-months-old in stroller), it was his first Halloween, while Eric (2 1/2-years old) was old enough to appreciate all of the candy even more. NEIGHBORHOOD 'TRICK OR TREAT' -- Lynnia (I-r) and Hayden Jones, of Kanawha Drive, came into Glenville to "Trick or Treat" on Halloween evening. They came dressed as "The Headless Horseman" -- a very scary character --- and the Fairy Princess --- a not so frightening figure. The kids enjoyed the candy. Their parents are Todd and Rebecca Jones. Sec. B: Life-styles-- The Gilmer Social Scene The Glenville Democrat WWW. vii Glen villeNe ws. corn ; I also bring closure to them. SOCIAL GATHERING THANKSGIVING MORNING -- Early on Thurs. morning, Nov. 25, these local sad ones, writing about them may Additionally, send us a photo of gentlemen took advantage of the Annual Community Seniors Thanksgiving Breakfast, sponsored by this special Christmas and a mug shot McDonald's of Glenville and the Glenville Lions Club. The 7-9 a.m. affair wasn't early enough to dampen the of yourself, both of which will make spirits for chit-chat and fellowship for those from left to right: Everett Ellison, lohn Moss, Creed Barton and Doyle Skinner. In fact, the sponsors cooked up over 130 hot breakfasts that morning, so that Gilmer County's for a stronger story. Oh, we'll help seniors, many of whom live alone, would have a good meal in a warm social setting with others at the Hays you brush it up, if needed, so don't City restaurant. (Staff photos by Dave Corcoran, St'.) worry about your grammar. So, in this festive holiday season of [ : :' 2004, we editors are, once again, of- ................................ ....... .......... ..... fering you readers this opportunity to " :::." r- : put your thoughts about Christmas -: teachers can assign your students a --- " pleasurable writing test by penning [j down their gift requests to Santa. ::;i~Y~" ~:!:~:?~?~:: i:,~:?~:~.~..?: : Both of these adult and children's short stories will be highlighted in our ........................ ...... ...... upcoming 2004 Special Christmas ....... ....... " .......... Edition 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 oppo,,rtunity to : create a "fun writing project for your students. Its easy! Just have them write a paragraph about what they'd like Santa Claus to bring down their chimneys on this Decemb i 24 and CONTRASTING BREAKFAST place under their Christmas trees! These "Letters to Santa" only need to be two-or-three sentences or para- graphs long and be signed by the child's first name and age ONLY. (With all of the crimes going on na- tionwide involving innocent children, we editors don't want any more infor- mation 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 Yule- tide decorations more special and ex- citing for the kids. Again, the deadlineis 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-maih glenvillenewsad@ rtoLnet For further information, call Editor David Corcoran or Receptionist Char- lene Dulude at 304-462-7309. Oleta Singleton first to send in X-mas story A Stout's Mills lady has already sent in her Christmas story for this newspaper's Special Christmas edi- tion on Dec. 23. Oleta Singleton, at 95, remembers a special Christmas in 1918. Her memories will spark a fond chord with many of our readers. Thanks, Oleta! She is a regular at the Senior Center. STYLES -- In the photograph to the left and sitting at the left table, Bud Foster, of Glenville, enjoys reading the morning's newspaper and spending a few quiet moments to himself. By contrast, Nancy McVaney, sitting at the table on the right, is immersed in a fast and friendly conversation with others attending the Annual Community Seniors Thanksgiving Breakfast at McDonald's on Thurs., Nov. 25. SHE 'CAN'T WAIT' --- Little Clara Junkin (far right) can't wait to taste test one of the many delicious entrdes on the large food table at the 33 Country Club, located about five miles east of Glenville on SRs 33/119, on Thanksgiving evening. As a tradition of this local night spot, owners Bub and Karen Shackleford (not pictured) open the restaurant at about 5 p.m. on every Thanksgiving, so that if any Gilmer Countian didn't get a gigantic meal that day, he or she can that evening in the 33 Country Club's warm social setting in the nostalgic, old skating rink building. Standing in line next to Clara are from right to left: Ryan Tomblin, Wanda Tomblin and Ruth McHenry. And, this event is free and open to the public, compliments of the charitable Shacklefords. 1 H.C. 76 Box 2 A / Rt. 5 East Glenville, WV Business: 462-8300 Hours: After hours emergency, call: 8:30 - 7:00 Mon. - Fri. Doug: 462-5554 8:30 - 5:00 Sat. Scott: 462-7355 Our family looks forward to serving your family. Pharmacists: Scott Wanstreet RPh Doug Moss RPh Lori Plummer RPh We now carry Yankee Candles DON'T LET YOUR CHILD "FALL" BEHIND ON HIS/HER IMMUNIZATIONS. Did you know that by the time a child reaches 15 months old he should have already received 4 sets of shots.. CALL: Gilmer County Health Department:462-7351 We will help you update your Child's Immunizations at NO COST. lrl~ Proem= t" bml~ la lint m~ aa AlPmu= wtet [ ,reel ltam~ STONEWALL GENERAL STORE 135 Main Street, Weston, WV Phone: 269-4335 Authorized Cats Meow Dealer Rothschild Dips and SaueesDcater Now Serving - BBQ Sandwicpes Daily Milkshakes .Muffins -Hot Pretzels Root Beer Floats .8-Flavors of Hand Dipl d Ice Cream Waffle Cone -Black Cherry Soda -Strawberry Cream ANTIQUES -Cream Soda -Roo Wood Furniture, Beds, Glassware, -Orange Cream Soda Baskets, Stoneware, So), Candles. -Coke SHOP IN AN OLD TIME ATMOSPHERE Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 10 am - 5 pm and Sat. 10 am - 4 pm ~m