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Page 8 -- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, April 17, 2003 GeraldineMarks 462-7477 Margaret Radcliff 462-8250 Pat's Pat Rid This is another of Golda Rogers JimCollins 1942 servicemen project. Belknap Collins's pictures. The cap- Sandra Beall tbund the address of tion reads "Sutton General Hospital, Wallace Herman Groves. He lives in Inc. founded in 1947. Your medical Baltimore, Md. I sent the address to center dedicated to serve all those Jim Collins and I expect he has al- who come to it in sickness and acci- ready contacted him. dent." Clifford Reaser of Cedar Creek This evidently refers to a new Sut- called with more information for Jim ton hospital that was built in 1948 or Collins. Mantel Clark James was 1949. Clifford's wife's uncle. Mancet Clark In t946, ,ny tonsils were taken out James grew up above Cedarville in a in this Sutton Hospital. I think I spent place that for obvious reasons was tile night beR)re the surgery in the called Jalnes Towne. After the war, hospitat. Mytwosistcrs, Connie, born his family moved to Weston and in 1944andCaren, born in 1946, were Mantel Clark got a job and moved to born in this hospital. Elyria, Ohio. Clifford said, unfortu- Connie was born two weeks before nately, Mancel Clark passed away a she was expected, and Dad had driven few years ago. a truckload of lumber to market that Clifford also has the address of day. We had an old car, but it was some of James Goenhour's family. warmne and parts were hard to get. He is sending that information to Jim. The car lights and brakes were bad. Sounds like Jim might be getting lots Dad wasn't home, Eugene was 14ofint\wmation for his project. He still and Harold was 12, both too young to wonders if anyone knows where Paul drive Morn to tile hospital. Neighbors Robert Goldsmith lived in 1942. Stella and Dewey Furby drove her to April showers bring May flowers. the hospital, and we sure have had plenty of show- We lived on Counts Ridge between ers this week, but we really needed Crooked Fork and O'Brian. To get to them. Lots ofwildllowers are bloom- Sutton,they had to travel to Rosedale, ing. I haven't been in the woods, but Frametown and Gassaway. Morn said I've seen spring beauties, anemonies, the road was blocked for a short time coltsfi~ot, dandelion and chickweed. near the Rosedale Baptist Church, a Our fiuit pears, cherry, peach, sarvice lhtal accident between Franletown and and redbud are all blooming. Dog- Gassaway held them up again, and wood is about half-way m bloom. Morn said they had to wait on a train We are now on daylight saving tit the lower end of Gassaway. She time. l did have long mornings, nov,'it said "I thought it was the longest train seems like we have long e,,enings. I 1 ever saw." heardabout one family whogot mixed It was dark by the time Morn, Dcv, ey up and set their clock back instead of andStellagottoGassaway,soDeweyforward and missed church last Sun- and Stella sent Moil] by taxi to Sutton day. because there were no lights on the Charles and Linda Fisher were at car. Dewey and Stella stayed in a ourchurch last Sunday. Charles is our Gassaway Hotel that night. .former pastor, and we were really Dad got holne around nine o'clock glad he was able to come back and and went to Sutton to see about Morn. fellowship with us. We hope his health He lound that Connie had been born continues to improve. twenty minutes after Morn got to tile Soon grass will be tall enough to hospital, turn ou,'cows out on pasture. We have A new hospital was built in Sutton a lot of fence to repair before we carl around 1948 or 1949. Gary Harris in turn theln out. We have one pretty the Mid State Star states, "We were new baby call'. We also have seven certainly proud ofthat shiny newhos- registered black angus heifers and pital and many of us still refer to it as four bulls forsale. They sure are pretty, the 'old hospital' rather than the court- Ralph would have had trouble selling house annex." them. He always liked to keep them We found lots of information for all. Spring brings mowing, cleaning Spring hasreally sprung, alongwith That is easier than going to therapy grass. Now it is time to do my spring somewhere else. cleaning. 1 surely don't look forward Sue Hinter and granddaughter. to that. That is too much like hard Hannah, were down to see Betty Cole work. one evening. I was also there. We had Mildred Radcliffis still improving, a nice visit. We don't visit our neigh- She is doing her therapy at home. bors enough. News JoAnnWoodyard 462-7093 r Ii Our sympathy goes out to the James Center. Huffman family on the loss of their I have been enjoying my spring son. tonic of ramps and wild greens. Visiting Emylea Shields this past I want to wish all those that had or weekv, ere Mr. and Mrs. Jack lsenhart have April birthdays, best wishes. of Shock. My family and I want to wish ev- Mikala is feeling good, now able to eryone a sale and Happy Easter holt- play'. She was sick for a week. day. Hope all the sick are on the mend A helpful hi,it I tried this winter for soon. lny fern that was about gone: I put egg It is surely good to see Thehna shells in a qt. of water and let set two Richards, Oleta Singleton, Rita days, shook and watered my fern. Emerson, Edna Lamb, Ellen Stump Now I have a beautiful green fern. and all others enjoying the nice tel- Use about every two weeks; give it a lowship at the Gilmer County Senior try. News Evelyn Carson 462-8828 Spring activities Abound Ivan, Virginia Blake and Evelyn I went home with Ivan and Virginia Carson visited Bonnie Drake and Blake and visited a while, then we all played dorninoes. The other night we went down and visited Maxine Clark playeddominoeswithTressieRamsch and her granddaughter and played and family. We also went tothe sale at dolninoes. Pickle Street Friday night. Frank Richards and Evelyn Carson Those that ,'ode tile van last week ,ode the van Tuesday and came to the were Frank Richards and Evelyncenter, also, driver Roger Weese. Carson. Those that ,ode tl~e van on Those that rode tile van Thursday Thursday were Evelyn Carson, Frank ,aere Evelyn Carson, Frank Richards, Richards. Maxine Waugh, Oleta Ellen Stump, Lee Eberts, Maxine Singleton, Thelma Richards andWaugh, Oleta Singleton, Madge driver, Roger Weese. Townsend, Thelma Richards and Those that rode the van on Friday driver Roger Weese. were Evelyn Carson, Maxine Friday I had to go to the doctor. Burkhammer. Everett Cooper, Wilma Those that rode the van were Dremmer Wiselnan,DremmerMcCroy,Glenda McCroy, Glenda McCroy, Margaret McCroy, Gladys Messenger, Maggie Lynbarker, EdnaLamb, RitaEmerson, Smmp.MargaretLynbarkeranddriver Ruth McHenry, Gladys Burton and Charles Riffle. driver Charles Riffle. We had a covered di.,,h at our church I,, an and Virginia Blake and Bonnie Sunday: had a good crowd and a gtx.vd Drake went to Bill and Lisa's sale meal. Had at covered dish Monday, Friday night. exenin~ at the Senior Center. ', ,.t So long till next time. Fork ___ Cabbage Plant SUTTON GENERAL HOSPITAL, INC., 1947 rmantown Students Support Tro@ WHOSE WILL BE THE LARGEST? - Giant cabbage plants are growing for the third graders of Sand Fork Elementary School. Bonnie Plant Farm representatives, of Uniorf Springs, Ala. delivered garden- ready cabbage plants free of charge on March 31,2003. Each student also received a brochure full of gardening tips. This campaign is designed to share the love of gardening tips. The cabbage variety is O.S. Cross, which is a large hybrid that produces 15 to 40 pound heads on average. The third-graders are anxious to compare their gardening skills and successes with their plants. Whose will be the largest? We'll know later this summer! [ have twelve hand made porch swings ready for sale. Below is the listing of the sizes, finishes, wood type & styles. The prices range from $150 to $385. All swings have contured backs and bottoms. Also, all have magazine racks and cup holders. INTERN PROJECTS - Students in grades K-6 at Normantown Elementary are showing their support for American troops in Operation Iraqi Freedom by donating items for care packages. This project was initiated by Glenville State College student intern, Julie Heckert, as part of her student teaching experience at Normantown. Students donated over 500 items which will be delivered to Fort Bragg and then sent overseas to soldiers serving in Iraqi. Students also wrote letters expressing their appreciation, admiration, and support of our troops. Cherish forever what makes you unique, because you're really a town if it goes. ~Bette Midler Swings are on display at my farm. ,ENGTH STYLE FINISH 56" Standard Poplar White Enamel 56" Camel Head StandardRed Oak Poleutherene 56" Camel Head StandardWild Cherry Poleutherene 56" Camel Head DLX Sasafrass Poleutherene 58" Camel Head StandardWhite Ash Poleutherene 60" Camel Head DLX Black Walnut Poleutherene 60" Standard Poplar Mahogany Stain 62" Standard Poplar White Enamel 62" Standard Poplar Walnut Stain 62" Camel Head DLX Red Oak Poleutherene 72" Standard Poplar White Enamel 80" Calnel Head DLX White Ash Poleutherene Ruben W. 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