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Thursday, February 20, 2003 --- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Page 7 GeraldineMarks 462-7477 IEW, SHAUN, JOANNA& MEGAN Visit, Jim Collins Remembers EUgene and his Allen's son children Shaun and his Shaun job that in- his work. I he goes but to Japan. are the pride Eugene and Sherry Tony, spent Calf. They some Marks zoo and went would bring my column. Wanted another With the flying figure any I baked his SUgar cookies Cookies, then a see-through ~. and n~"~; have room for , "~A~' memories. ~r#~~ graduated from ~S~hooi in 1942, his school bus kids walked caught the bus there. If it was cold or raining, they went into the store for shelter and to get warm. Jim said Jean Roberts Potts was finishing up the eighth grade the year he graduated. Jean lived there at that time. We were all sorry to hear of Jeans' death. We all have good memories of former Normantown Vo-Ag teacher and Gilmer County Agent Everett Mason. Mr. Mason is now fighting cancer. When he taught at Normantown, Mr. Mason had very interesting classes and a shop for students and parents one evening each week. Ralph made a hay conveyor for himself and one for Jennings Butler in the shop. The cqnveryor is still in use but has been repaired many times. Ralph and soias, Mike and Steven, spent several S~aturdays working on Mr. Mason's Rkhie County sawmill around 1970. They liked working for him. I suppose Mr. Mason is best re- membered for the winning 4-H and F.F.A. teams he coached and took to Kansas City. I wondered how many times his teams won. They usually took 1st place. I thought some of Mr. Mason's students might like to send him a card. A card always makes the day brighter. His address is: Everett Mason P.O, Box 235 Ellenboro, WV 26346 April Sprouse 462-7309 held an with recipes. I was very that Japanses stu- daughter, Erin, 3 yr sserts. the students all this happen. experience to The shared to ev- 2 T sugar Debone chicken and cut in pieces. Marinate chicken 30 minutes in soy sauce, mirin and sugar. Bake chiken in the oven until brown Okonomiyaki 2 c flour 2 eggs 1-2 c water 1-2t Dashi (fish flakes) chopped cabbage thin sliced pork dried shrimp favorite Toppings- cheese, mayo, or Bull- pare them dog sauce (a fruity, ~,W!t~t~,~i~ients used in worchestershire-like sauce) Make batter from flour, eggs, and Lo~~a~ailable at lnterna- dashi dissolved in water. Saute pork; I, pices, lnc of add cabbage in pan, saute. Mix all eston ingredients into a batter bake 10" panckaes, and turn over to cook other side. Lgll lle Moose Lodge #2604 lON DINNER. Sat ,,arch 8, 2003 ~"~u--" "~nO --Pr~e & Cash winners every 25 Numbe~ O~#:~ li~kP:_hI- Dinner 7 p.m. Donation $25.00/ticket ' Ii,tv~ "~Kets -",ets r as soon as possible at The Moose Lodge :Y,a,'tM FESRVARr22, 2003 Cat Blue Grass" Band. Snacks will be provided the cost is $5.00/couple. your Moose Lodge #2604. would like to thank the Women of the Moose well done on the Valentine.'s Dinner. February, 15, 2003. What makes you unique, because you're really a --Bette Midler PTING APPLICATIONS r accepted for employment at the Route $ near Mudlick in Glenville, W. Va. Positions Available: General Manager Managers/Night Auditor Housekeeping Positions an al hcation during regular office hours at the ... CXmOmic Develomnent Office located beside the w f[ " ty Courthouse m Glenvtlle, W.Va. 7#' /" ! Ications may be returned to: ! GCEDA I po Box m # [,., wvz .ss li I . Office Hours. II "ton.qFn. 8.'00 a.m. to 4.'00 p.m. [I L [ (304) 462-8098 The Troy Elementary School Principal's Honor Roll (4.00 GPA) students for the second grading pe- riod are: Sixth grade, Brittany Ellyson, Shae Gainer, Jessica Hixson, Tiffany Hulse, Beth Ann Moyers, Drew Simmons and Brook Turner. Fifth grade, Samantha Boling, Zeke Bonnett, Sarah Broome, Rae Anna Lowther, Jessica McCollum and Ashley Wood ford. Fourth grade, Cam Kinder and Isaac Ratliff. Regular Honor Roll honorees are: Sixth grade, Megan Burkhammer, Angela Cornell, James Farley, Lora Gray, Cody Grogg, Molly Hicks, Samantha Loudin, Stanley McLaughlin II and Jennifer Papouschek. Fifth grade, Brittany Blake, Stephanic Dennison, Brandy Farley, Zack Frymier, Tessa Hickman, Noah Kinder, Marissa Luzader and George Short. Fourth grade, Tyler Cunningham, Hollie Gragg, Chris Hoosier, Michael Jolliff, Pamela Loudin, Dustin Lowther, Kelsey Parker, Amber Richards, Lindsey Smarr, Taylor Somerville, Beverly Tomey and Ginger Williams. Third grade, Whitney Alfred, Victoria Boling, Kayla Huffman, Hannah Simmons, Olivia Somerville and An- gela Williams. M argaret Radcliff 462 -8250 Cabin Fever I almost forgot Monday was a holi- day for the mail (President's Day). This cold weather is really bad for the older people. Not only is it too cold for them to get out, it is icy lor them, also. Makes it very unsafe and adds to cabin fever. I think maybe I have a touch of cabin fever, also. I am tired of bun- dling up just to step outside. I do try to keep in mind spring is just around the corner. I just don't know which cor- ner. Mildred Radcliff is to have surgery on her knee Wednesday. She will be at Clarksburg. So, hopefully, by spring, she will be all better, and can get out. Sue Hinter is home after being in the hospital for a week. She hasn't tound out for sure the problem. She is waiting to see another doctor. Everyone, be earful on the icy and snowy roads. Don't have an accident. The year is 1903, one hundred years ago ... what a difference a century makes Jessica Echard named to Who's Who In American Colleges Glenville resident Jessica D. Echard was named to the 2003 edition of Who's Who Among Students inAmeri- can Universities and Colleges. A senior at Marietta College, Echard was awarded this honor by campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory based on her academic achievement, service to the communtiy, leadership in extracur- ricular activities and potential for con- tinued success. She joins the elite group of students from more than 2,300 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Colum- bia and several foreign regions to receive the award. Echard, the daughter of Mark C. and Cinda L. Echard of Glcnville, is majoring in English. Located in Marietta, Ohio at the confluence of the Muskingum and Ohio rivers, Marietta College is a four-year liberal ar~ college. Tracing its roots to the Muskingum Academy begun in 1797, the college was offi- cially chartered in 1835. Today Marietta College serves a body of 1,100 full time undergraduates hail- ing from 42 states and 14 countries. The college offers 39 majors and has been listed among Barron's Best Buys in College Education and Peterson's Competitive Colleges, and had been recognized as one of the top regional comprehensive colleges by U.S. News and World Report. FACTS OF LAW By F. John Oshoway Cerfifwd Cdminal Trial Lawyer by M.B.T.4. A court has upheld New York City's ban on ferrets being kept as pets by private individuals. Generally, except in emergency or extreme situations, you may not enter your neighbor's property to cut down a tree whose limbs are over- hanging and interfering with your land. The federal Safe Drinking Water Act, enacted in the 1970s, provides numerous safety standards neces- sary to protect the public right to safe drinking water and to sources of clean and potable water supplies. DISBURSEMENTS are legal ex- penses that a lawyer generally passes on to the client; these may include the costs for photocopying, mail or messenger services, and other office expenses. Up until 2001, when the state leg- islature changed the law, private gambling rooms in Nevada casinos were illegal; the law now permits them, subject to reasonable video surveillance, on a limited basis. Brought to you as a public service by F. John Oshoway P.O. Box 156 Grantsville, WV 26147 3 4-9204 Glenville State Honor Roll of Glenville State College has an- nounced the names of GSC students who attained the President's Honor Roll for the Fall 2002 semester. To be named to the President's Honor Roll, a student must have a 4.0 grade point average. The students making the President's Honor Roll are listed according to their county of residence: Braxton County: James Andrew Bleigh, Lora G. Conner, Lorctta Evans, Brian A. Given, Jami Lynn Hefner, Jaclyn Christina Hitz, Jenni- fer Lynn McPhcrson, Karla Jean McPherson, Holly Lea Riley, Olga Annastasha West, Gregory Lee Wine, M,i~!e Lea Wincmil]cr "~A~ll'County: St@hanie Noelle Fitch ~ Clay County: Lena }knnette Frame, Ashley Renee Legg, Muriah Ellen Lewis, Sabrina Dawn Mullins, Jason David Tucker Fayette County: Kelli Brooke Kenney, Sharon Kay Seay, William Jackson Warren, Jennifer Lynn Withrow Giimer County: Kathy Conklin Ames, Konda Lee Clark, Barbara Glenviile State College has an- nounced the names of GSC students who attained the Vice President's Honor Roll for the Fall 2002 semes- ter. To be named to the Vice President's Honor Roll, a student must have a minimum 3.5 grade point aver- age. The students making the Vice President's Honor Roll are listed ac- cording to their county of residence: Berkeley County: Bradley Stuart Roberts BraxtonCounty: EricaDawn Allen, Herbert Marshall Colllins, Jessica Lynn Cox, Jennie Dawn Currence, Lowell Justin Cutlip, Lira Beth Davis, Brenton Leon Drake, Brenda S. Durrell, Gabrielle Leann Fritz, An- drea Nicole Gerwig, David Burton Helmick, Libby Denise Hudkins, Brandon James Huffman, Charles Michael Murphy, Tammy Lou Plymale, Dawn Christine Raynor- Sears, Wiima Jean Rhodes, Yada Elaine Rose, Amy B~th Shaffer, Tho- mas Jacob Tolley, Cindy Lou Utt, Beth A. Ware, Ethan Daniel Wine, Timothy Paul With.row, Cabell County: Leah Noelle Spen- cer Calhoun County; Daniel Matthew Beall, Virginia Ly~n Bever, Sabrina Ane Collins, Alli~n Brooke Dye, Amanda Leigh Ehnstrom, Kimberly Ann Hartshorn, Darlene Adele Lamont, Senna Shalynne Miller, Jen- nifer Sue Siers, Dustin Carl Wagoner, Sara Leigh Walke,I Clay County: Nancy L. Brogan, Rebecca Ann Davis, Kandy Gall Moore, Heather Nicole Roebuck, Anita F. Truman ' Doddridge County: Melanie Ann Cox, Shaylyn Nidble Kimble, Jenni- fer Michelle Rollins Fayette Count>: Wesley Hayes Caldwell, Ann Marie Cole, Tonya Annette Cole, l~niei K. Dobbins, Caroline Jean I irk, Susan Lynn Larkin, Julie And Rainey Get Your (3ilmer County Event Announcement On The Internet , Gilmer County: Amanda Sue Bennett, Roger ~. Burkowski, Jen- nifer Diane Bdtler, Julie Marie Butler, Miranda Lou Canfield, Allegra B. Coe, Sheri Lyn Conneil, Here are the U.S. statistics for 1903 .... The average life expectancy in the US was forty-seven (47). Only 14 Percent of the homes in the US had a bathtub. Only 8 percent of the homes had a telephone. A three-minute call from Denver to New York City cost eleven dollars. There were only 8,000 cars in the US and only 144 miles of paved roads. The maximum speed limit in most cities was 10 mph. Alabama, Mississippi, Iowa, and Tennessee were each more heavily populated than California, with a mere 1.4 million residents, California was only the 21st most populous state in the Union. The average US worker made be- tween $200 and $400 per year. A competent accountant could ex- pect to earn $2,000 per year, a dentist $2,500 per year, a veterinarian be- tween $1,500 and $4,000. More than 95 percent of all births in the US took place at home. Instead, they attended medical schools, many of which were con- demned in the press and by the gov- ernment as "substandard." Sugarcost fourcents apound. Eggs were fourteen cents a dozen. Coffee cost fifteen cents a pound. Most women only washed their hair once a month and used borax or egg yolks for shampoo. Canada passed a law prohibiting poor people from entering the coun- try for any reason. The five leading causes of death in the US were: 1. Pneumonia and influenza 2. Tuberculosis 3. Diarrhea 4. Heart disease 5. Stroke The American flag had 45 stars. Arizona, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Hawaii and Alaska hadn't been ad- mitted to the Union yet. The population of Las Vegas, Ne- vada was 30. Crossword puzzles, canned beer, and iced tea hadn't been invented. There were no Mother's Day or Father's Day. One in I0 U.S. adults couldn't read or write. Only six percent of all Americans had graduated from high school. Marijuana, heroin, and morphine were all available over the counter at comer drugstores. According to one pharmacist, "Heroin clears the com- plexion, gives buoyancy to the mind, regulates the stomach and the bowels, and is, in fact, a perfect guardian of health." Eighteen percent of households in the US had at least one full-time ser- vant or domestic. There were only about 230 reported murders in the entire US. Just think what it will be like in another 100 years. It boggles the mind ........... Contributed by eat Ridpath College Releases President's 4.00 ts for Fall 2002 Ann Jones, Kristi Ann Lowther, Rhonda C. Miller, Amber Leigh Minney, Judy Ann Peggs, Jeremy James Pyle, Allison Nicole Weir, Shame Celeste Wiant Jackson County: Andy Peter Laible Kanawha County: Jamison Scott Miller, Joseph Michael Pauley LewisCounty: TeresaMarie Bean, Kimberly Diane Kelly, Sadie R. Lockard, Sheila Kay Petre, Michael M. Queen, Timothy Allen Riffle, Michelle Eileen Riley, Pamela Sue Snyder Marion County: Tyisa Brooke Sachetti Marshall County: Tara Lynn Hull Monongalia County: ...... Kelly Helmick Nicholas County: Raymond J. Allen, Kenady H. Bailes, Martha A. Barnett, Susan M. Board, John G. Bragg, Jr., Sarah Annette Brooks, Amanda Dawn Coen, Rebecca Lynn Given, Jeremy Charles Groves, Ellen Kay Harvey, Michelle L. Hicks, Amy Elizabeth Lanham, Cynthia L. Lough, John Marvin McClung, Timothy Rob Meadows, Gregory Philip Neil, Phillip Scott Sullivan, Joyelle Lynn Thomas, Delia Ann Tinney Pocahontas County: Daniel Jo- seph Sharp Putnam County: Krista Amanda Ayers Raleigh County: Timothy James Sizemore Ritchie County: Ashley Dawn Collins, Nathanael L. Mason Taylor County: Tammy Marie Burkhammer Tucker County: Michael Dale Lipscomb UpshurCounty: Kristi Dawn Burr, Sharron Dale Burr-Moran, Karen Roberta Kelley, Cheryl L. Moore, Dcbra L. Nutter, Jenni fer R. Sandburg, ;),~tetia Jeweii Wooddell Webster County: Staeey ~ Cutlip, Lisa Diane Hayhurst, Nora Marie McCourt, Kimberly A. Moore, Crystal Gail Pierce, Edwin Joe Roode Wetzel County: KaylaLipscomb, Nicole Lynn West Wood County: Sheena Kay Davis, Amber Elizabeth Quick Out of State Students: Ohio - Denielle Elizabeth Grueser, Heath Randall Pattison, Katie L. Wimer Dylan deRosset, Matthew Scott Dettman, Janelle Hope Duelley, Melissa Gall Eastham, Kenneth Blair Fisher, Donna Lee Fox, Daniel Earl Frashure, William Duane Frashure, Crystal Ann Godfrey, Jefferson D. Gregory, Christi Michelle Greynolds, Julia Lajo'rja James, Jeffrey Mark Jenkins, Me- lissa Dawn Jones, Eric L. Marks, Justin Lee Marks, Andrew Paul Minigh, Rita Jane Parker, April Lynn Proctor, Jessica R. Shreve, Amber Beth Skinner, Terri Jean Thomas Greenbrier County: Jennifer Marie Critchley, Melanie D. Seal Hardy County: Whitney Ann Ginn Harrison County: Karen Sondra Cumberledge, Shaun Eric Davis Kanawha County: Kenneth Ed- ward Beezley, Christopher Michael Nunn, Nicole Marie Roberts, Judy Lynn Wood Lewis County: Shawn Rebecca Allen, Bertha F. Benedum, Jeffrey Alan Cool, Erin Kiley Cottriil, Joanna Lee Forinash, Brianne Christine Gillespie, Mark Camden Kniceley, Joyce Ann Lamb, Lisa A. Lamb, Bobbi Jo Monnett, Stephanie Rae Posey, Brenda Jean Riffle, Kimberly Jo Smith, Maren Wilhelmina Stark, Joy Michelle Strader, Joshua O'Neil Swisher MereerCounty: Tracy Leigh Wyatt MingoCounty: Jeremy Alan Kirk, Theodore Joseph Murphy Nicholas County: Amanda Nicole Acord, Valerie Lou Arrington, Cassie Nicole Bailes, Monica Gwen Bell, Tamela L. Boley, Evan Ray Bragg, Amy Michele Clark, Benjamin An- drew Cogar, Rebecca Lynn Flanagan, Julie Elizabeth Green, Christopher Shane Groves, Gregory B. Groves, Laura Lou Hail, Temper Faye Hancock, Melanie Denise Hayslette, Janis Rae Henline, Michelle Marie Hughart, Julia Maebelle Hurst, An- gela Renee Hypes, Kimberly Shay Johnson, Amber Lea McCarley, Kimberley Sue McPherson, Valerie Lynn Mullins, Mark Frederick Munger, Stormy Gall Murphy, Justin Marshall Nell, Angela Rose Nicho- Ins, Katherine Linn Peck, Cad Cliffton Peyatt, Jr., Cynthia Carol Prutsok, Stephanie Eugenea Robinson, Peggy L. Scott. Wesley Scott Spinks, Lori Ann Stover, Mary Louise Stover, Holly Suzanne Tenney, Carrie Lea Triplett, Mich/ml Shine Wilkerson, Jennifer Ellen Williams, Mary Heather Williams, Tina Rae Wilson, Samantha Shirley Wine, Aaron James Woodruff, Wanda Lynn Woods Ohio County: Danieile Nicole Robinson Pocahontas County: Melinda Leatha Boehmer, Jessica Hope Dean Preston County: Randall Tricker Raleigh County: Scott Douglas Greet, Margaret Elisabeth Smith Randolph County: Amber Marie Wegman Ritchie County: Warren Clayton Chesser, Chad David Tingler Roane County: Karl Ann Sloan Upshur County: Stephanie Rena Anderson, Miranda J. Bowyer, Sabrina Deann Corica, Christopher Lee Gasper, Amy Rachel HackeR, Robert Jo McNemar, Catherine Jean Rylands, Allison Slyby Webster County: Laura Ann Ben- nett, Kathryn Faye Boggs, Misty Ann Carpenter, Cassie Ann Cogar, Jenni- fer Arlene Cogar, Michael Shawn Cool, Vicky Vaughn Cox, Kristina Louise Dotson, Angela Dawn Jordan, Penny Lou Lewis, Annie Adele Pugh, Shelia M. Snyder, Charles Steven Toumazos, Amy Williams Wetzei County: Sarah Ruth Rodriguez Wirt County: Jerod HughesAlltop, Clinton Charles Mills, Timothy Michael Murray, Anglea D. Nida WoodCounty: JessicaRuth Nelson, Brian Andrew Nichols, Merideth Ann Parker, Stephanie J. Williams Out of State Students: Texas - Samuel Berhe; Virginia - Justin Lee Griffith; Delaware - Shana Nieole Hairston; New York - Amanda Mortelette, Shannon Lillian Shakespeare; Ohio - David Joel Rupe International Students: Japan - Marie Kurita, Ayako Takano.