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Page 4---l]e otabontae imes;--September 25, 2003 2003 00ike .00igbt in J00larlint0n THE STREETS OF Marlinton were full of motorcy, cles, their riders, and other visitors on Bike Night in Marlinton, September 12. HUNTER WILFONG POSES with two "bikers" from Lewisburg. Sad to report, these two stuffed animals were stolen later in the evening. We know who their MIKE TIPTON AND his dog, "Little Man," made the owner is, so if anyone has any information about them" trip to the Bike Night from Frankford. (or a guilty conscience), let us know at the Times. Seed collectors may make money from DOF purchase Many people enjoy spend- As an added incentive to col- ins time in the forest, but did lect Red Oak seed, the Division you know you could make some of Forestry will pay an addi- money doing it*? The West Vir- tional S5/bushel for every ginia Division of Forestry is bu,hel of Red Oak seed collected announcing today the beginning after the first three bushels. of its annual sccd urchae to Oak eed collected should uppl de Clam.eclat,State Tree lmvno cap, and the acorns i'ursery, should be stored in a cool. dry "We rely on the people of area with good air circulation the State to supply seed for the until delivered to the Division two to three million seedlings we grow each year," says Dave McCurdy, Nursery Superinten- dent. Fhis year, the Division of Forestry will be purchasing the lollowing varieties of seed: Butternut (White Wahmt) (unhusked nuts): $3.25/bushel Yellow Poplar (seedpods): S30.(X)/bushcl Red ()ak (acorns): SO.80/pound (S40.(X)/busheD Mixed Oak: (White, Red, Chestnut, and Scarlet acorns): S0.70/pound ($35.(X)/bushel) Please note: Before gather- ing Oak seed, collectors must call the State Nursery at (304) 675-1820 to receive an allot- ment md receive further instruc- tions. Mixed Oak acorns must be received by the nursery no later them October 10. All other seed must be received by November 15. of Ftrestry. McCurdy says Yellow Pop- lar seed can usually be found at Superintendent Jason Huffman. the top of recently harvested --- trees, and. to be worthwhile, the I Dr. Soriano's office seed should have seven or more gosex.asperpoa ...... ] will be closed To learn more about seed October 6 : 10. : collection, storage, or delivery And will reopen, please call Clements State Tree October 13. Nursery at (304) 675-1820 and Safarday. Sepf. 27 Mcinton Adrnission: Adolfs $6 Children 6-12  Children onder 6 FREE Sponsored by Hlllsboro 'volunteer Fire Oepat 5800 Street Legal 4x4 6500 Non-Turbo Tractor 6200 Street Legal 4x4 9000 Non-Turbo Tractor 10,000 Street Legal 4x4 (dual-wheel, diesel, etc.) 5800 Modified 2 Wheel Drive 9000 Turbo Tractor 6500 Pro- Street 4x4 12,000 Turbo Tractor 6800 Modified 4x4 $20 Entry Fee Contact Hillsboro Volunteer Fire Department 300-653-4636 on Thursday evenings from 7 - 9 p.m. or Chris Rose 304-653-8501gMatt Workman 300-653-4753 for additional information. ask to speak to Superintendent Dave McCurdy or Assistant Ill I IIIII I Mary Kay and Starlight invite you to an Open House Saturday, Sept.27 9 a.m.- 8 pm Senior Citizen Center FREE SAMPLES! For more information call 799-6758 or 799-6810 - I[11 00umane 000tietp The Starlight Cafe in the Science Center at Green Bank is serving a full menu of sandwiches, snacks, desserts including soft serve ice cream, and speciality drinks! Starting this fall, weekly home made soup & sandwich specials. Call the Starlight Cafe for details (304) 456-2361. FOR TOUR INFORMATION PLEASE CALL (304) 456-2150. The NRAO is e facility Of It Na'la} Science Foundation openitod Under a cooperative agreement by AssoclIIIII ,NS, InC. i1511 / This German Shepherd female is spayed, good with kids. Needs fenced yard. 653-4722. Found. nice Bea spa) ed. well years old. 456-5488. Female Collie mix with kids and Spayed, nice dog. at the dog warden's including pups, German Shepherd 2367. Golden Shepherd mix pups. Hound mix. great 653-4722. Cats and kittens spayed and neutered, cos to Manx. we 653-4722. Edray CEOS sponsors AARP Driver Safety Class Edray CEOS is sponsoring an proiqem. There is a SI{ AARP Driver Safety Class. The class will be held on Friday', October 31. and Saturday, No- vember 1. from 10 am. to 2 p.m. each day at the McCtintic LibraD , in Marlinton.This class is designed to meet the specific needs of older drivers including age-related physical changes, de- clining perceptual skills, rules of the road and local driving tratlon fee and no Icsll Some automobile compames offer successful completiC course (attending is requiredt. For further tion or to reeister. Turner, .: shou up at the morning. STRUCTION WILL DO Excavator, 8ackh0e, Dozer and Dump Truck Work. CERTIFIED Septic System Installer, Driveways, Footers, Roads, Chert, Gravel, Etc. CALL 456-4509, Kenneth "Buster" Durbin WV012079 Fees & restrictions have you tied down First Standard Check Order is free. S50 Minimum to open the account. Does your bank account tie with lots of fees and PCS's Freedom Cheddng can set !, p, e e2 Our Freedom Checking account features: Vno monthly fees Vunlimild c writing Tan AIM/Debit Card Vfrm check* Vfree Image Statements Vcomplimentary binder Pendleton .5 -