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Concrete Ready Mixed Page 10 -- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, May 29, 2003 New Book on Judge Wm. Jackson Quarrier Press is pleased to an- nounce the release of it's latest book, On Our Own Soil. This fresh and capitvating biography tells the tale of a controversial Ci vii War hero. briga- dier general William Lowther Jack- son of Parkersburg. Jackson defended the Confederacy's western front with only a few companies of inexperi- enced volunteers. He later served on his cousin Stonewall's staff and in 1863 organized two calvary regiments for Virginia service. During the last year of the war, Jackson's troops bravely defended the Shenandoah Valley. The most fascinating aspect of Jackson and his regiments, how- ever, has been the almost complete erasure of them from most historical annals. On Our Own Soil hopes to change that by taking an honest and unbiased look at the life, career, and charactcr of William Jackson. This book answers the question: 'Why did West Virginia reject Will-" iam Lowthcr Jackson'?' Hopefully, this book will establish Jackson's rightful place in our history as a loyal public servant and judicious leadcr. On OurOwn Soil, is available from Nx~kstores or directly from Pictorial Histories, 1416 Quarrier Street, Charleston, WV 25301. For more in- formation, contact Bill Clements at 304-342- 1848,888-982-7472 or email at wvbooks@ntelos.net. Forest's Feature David Hallman, wood turner, to be presented Dave Hallman's first encouter with a wood lathe was in high school. It was love at first sight. Unfortunately, it was years be- fore he could immerse himself in wood turning. In the course of his life Dave tried his hand at many different occupations: construction, automotive body work, and gold mining. He and his wife moved to plate of the lathe, then the unwork- able parts are removed. As the wood turns on the lathe and the bowl is tormed, the true beauty of the wood is unveiled. He really enjoys the discovery process. His favorite wood is spatted maple+ closely fol- lowed by cherry and then walnut. Come see his new work at Poplar Forest Craft Cooperative at the :uarles BILLY ROLAND in 94 and up until her death when she BLANKENSHIP could not remember other things. S he Billy Roland Blankenship, 68, of wasaloving wife, mother, and friend, Burnsville, died Tuesday, May 19, who had wonderful abilities in cook- 2003, in the Braxton County Memo- ing, sewing, and crafts. She was a rial Hospital at Gassaway, after a long doer, not a worrier. She will be greatly illness, missed by family and friends. He was born Dec. 10, 1934,atLittle Fannie is survived by three sons. Birch, a son of the late Elijah Clinton Roger L. Pickens of Annapolis, MD, Blankenship and Bessie Lu HallRichard D. Pickens and his wife Btankenship. He wasalso preceded in Babette of Crofton, MD, and E. Neil death by sister Christine and brothers Pickens and his wife Catherine of Earl and Okey Blankenship. He was NorthEast, MD, one daughter, Sharon a construction worker and a member L. Herron and her husband, Roger, of of the Mormon Faith. Churchville, MD; seven grandchil- Surviving are his wife, Shirley May dren, Cathy Radd of Dover, DE, Ri- Williams Blankenship; daughter, chardD. PickenslIofBaltimore. MD. Kimberly BlankenshipofCheyenne, R. Scott Pickens of Crofton, MD, Wyo.; step-daughters, Linda Perry of Roderick, Pickens of Davidsonville, Bellingham, Washington and April MD, Lynn Potiks of Crofton, MD, Perry of Suquamish, Wa.; sisters, Carrie Hunt of Greenbelt, MD and Cindy Blankenship of Sequim, Wa. Christine Szympruch of Columbia. and Ruby Stallings, addressunknown: MD. She is also survived by six great brother. Cletus Blankenship ofgrandchildren, numerous cousins, Prescott, Ariz.; two grandchilden and nieces, and nephews as well as two three step grandchildren, brothers-in-law and two sisters-in- A graveside service was held on law; Hayward and Ethel Pickens of Friday, May 23, 2003 at the Mt. Olive Clarksville, MD and Glenn and Mar- Cemetery at Tioga, WV. Stockert- guerite Wade of Glenville. Gibson Funeral Home in Flatwoods In addition to her parents and hus- was in charge of the arrangements, band, Fannie was preceded in death FANNIE M. PICKENS by five sisters: Opal Baker of Balti- Fannie M. Pickens of Peoria, AZ, more,MD, Tressie SelmanofDunlop, died at her residence in Sierra Winds TN, Myrtle Sears of Cowen, Thelma on May 24. She was 92. Hedger of Fairmont, Pauline Sears, Born in Cowen, she was the daugh- also from W.Va. and one brother, ter of the late Lydia and Alexander Grover Cleveland Perkins. A much Perkins and beloved wife of the late beloved daughter-in-law, Movita Eustace H. Pickens of Gilmer Co., Pickens of Davidsonville, MD, also DeKalb District. preceded her in death. She received her BA degree from Visitation will be held from 5 to 8 Glenville State Teachers College in p.m. on Fri., May 30. A memorial 1955 and her master's equivalent in service will be held at Ellyson's Fu- later years in Maryland. She had a neral Home in Glenvitte on Sat., May great love of teaching and enjoyed her 31 at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Bob Nicho- many years of teaching first grade, las officiating. The internment will Fannie was a master teacher start- be at Job's Temple in Gtenville. ing with a one room school house in W. Va. and ending her career as a first STANLEY STALLMAN grade teacher and team leader at Stanley Stallman, 58, of Harris- NorthfieldElementaryinEllicottCity, ville, W. Va., died Monday, May 5, Md. She taught reading in an innova- 2003, at his residence. tive open space using a whole lan- He ws born Mar. 30, 1945 at Nobe guage approach. Mary Ann Hall of (Calhoun County), a son of the late the University of Maryland, College Eva Stallman. He was a graduate of Park, displayed her picture on the Troy High School, and known in front cover of a reading textbook. Harrisvitle for his ambitious and hard- Fannie and her husband, Eustace, working attitude while mowing many t BraxtonCounty in 1995 and started Flatwoods Outlet Mall. enjoyed 62 years together. They area yards. He loved playing his i an antique business. In the process Poplar Forest is a craft coopera- moved to Sun City, Ariz. in 1978 and harmonica and singing. ofrepainring antuques, he needed a tire featuring the work of artists enjoyed their golden years together A memorial service was held at lathe to make replacement parts, fromthecentralWestVirginiacoun- until he died in Nov. 1.994. They~Raiguel Funeral H0mel H~rri~s~'ilT~.' Finally, he was able to start turnine ties of Braxton, Clay. Calhoun, full time. Dave feels that heFayette, Gilmer, Lewis, Nicholas, made many new friends and enjoyed Officiating were Pastor Terry found his niche with wood. He is Roane, Upshur, and Webster. To shuffleboard. Arizona sightseeing, McDonald and the Rev. Bud Deems. definitely hooked, find out about becoming a member and the many activities of the W. Va. His favorite part is seeing what ofourcooperative, visit ourwebsite club. They attended the American the wood has to offer. Once it's been at www.popla@)restwv.com or stop BaptistChurchinSunCityandFannie rough cut and attached to the face- in and see us. would sing many church hymns from childhood on, or even after her stroke / Weston, 2,6452 [ 304-269-6291 ...I 1-800-379-0105 Glenville Branch 462-5051 New Operating Hours Effective June 2, 2003 Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offering Computer Design Rt. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 Glenville Lobby: Monday thru Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Drive Thru: Monday thru Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.rn. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. to noon Auto- Home- Life Commercial- Investments MONTHLY PAY PLANS Kohler Insurance Agency Wearean EOI comlxany 634 Elk Street Gassaway, WV 26624 304-364-5202 "Where You Want It- When You Want It" Concrete Blocks Re Barr Concrete Wire Bagged Mortar & Cement Sand & Gravel Commercial & Residential Sand & Limestone ) Gasoline. 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Gore had the charges against Gore, v, ho headed for approximately! the agency's Professional Standards and is the State Unit.Theinvestigationx~asconducted the FBt on by' Deputy Superintendent C .G. will remain White. with BCI, The allegations against Major Gore Since Gore's v, ere not sustained, meet the Colonel Hill has opened the in~es- the rank of Major tigation for review by the West Vir- changed 100 Cash Prize in uthouse The team with the fastest outhouse at the Lewis County Fair this sum- mer v, ill run away with a $100 cash prize, in addition to a handsome tro- phy. The Outhouse Race will be held during the county fair at the Jackson Mill Airstrip on Sat., July 26, at I:(R) p.m. Teams of two to five individu- als are invited to build outhouse-like structures, and push them along the airstrip in competition for the grand prize. There is no registration fee. Teams are encouraged to decorate their outhouses, as prizes will also be awarded for the Most Creative Out- house and the Funniest Outhouse. These two will each win a $25 cash prize, a trophy, and gifts from area merchants. ()uthouses may an)' material resemble real memlx: while other outhouse towardt should list of rules before houses. For a complete registration www. LewisCoUn call Liz You may Exhibits@ putting the Race" as the mail. Over 75 % of recycled get made into new in Las 8 Watch Saturdays ~ t Visit your West Vir~ini~ and find out how you c contestant and win UP On-air WV contestant - Danny Foggin ............... Vienna, WV. ......... 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