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Page 8 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --Thursday, June 10, 2004 Gilmer oeial eene II BEAVERS AND PRITT, JR. NUPTIALS - Loretta Lynn Beavers and Earl Ray Pritt, Jr. were united in marriage on May 23, 2004, in the East Clarksburg Baptist Church by Rev. Don Fowler. ,:iiiiiili i i !iliii i il;!iii !!iiii! i !iii!i ili ii i iiiil i!! !iii iiii il i ! i !i !i i i iiii ii i! iii ii':!ii ii;::!i ':! i: i iiii i!i iii!:i !,i i ! i::iiii : :iii' il ii ii':ii! i ;i; !i i! iiii i ' iii! !i i iii; !il i i iiiii! !i i! ii l . MRS AND MR WADE I Oh my! look at this pair, " " ~ca~n~r' [ A life they choose to share. ~ [ Six loving children to compare, /~ [ and twelve grandchildren they could not spare. ~'~ [ All totals up to 37 years of pulling out hair, ~,--~\ I Happy Anniversary on June 3, from eighteen who care. . M argaret Rad cliff 462-8250 Daily Rains Hamper Hay Making We are still having our daily storms, boxes of worms and gigs, cooler ra- usually starting around 4:00. Thurs- dies, fishing nets, 6 volt lanterns. day was the exception. It waited until Children and adults alike all had a Fri. very good time. There were about 45 SundayMay30afterSundaySchool people there to enjoy the fun and at Mt. Earnest, there was fishing, at food. Lanta Radcliffs ponds. There were 11 Some of the farmers around are kids entered to fish. They all won a $5. trying to get their hay up, but the bill throughout the afternoon. Nine weather is not cooperating. It rains fish were caught. The largest was 6 1/ too much. 2 ibs. caught by Jennifer Heater, and School vacation has started. Me- the smallest was 2 lbs., caught by torists needs to watch for children Ashley Heater. The small fry also re- playing. ceived other prizes, Fishingrods, bait Writers have two main problems. One is writer's block, when the words won't come at all, and the other is logorrhea, when the words come so fast that they can hardly get to the wastebasket in time. ---Cecilia Bartholomew Residence of 0da Carpenter On Mt. Zion Ridge, nine miles south of Grantsvitl on Rt. 16 une 12, -- 10:00 AM A Antiques: China Cabinet, Buffet, Quilts (homemade), Wardrobe, Quilting Frames, Cow Bells, Camivai Glass Insulator, Apple Peeler, Foot Edge 3-Pc. Living Room Suite (good shape), Love Seat, Lamps, T.V. Re- diner, New Rug Shampooer, Stand, 2 Beds (complete) Table and 6 Chairs, Metal Cabinet, Dishes, Pots and Pans. Chain Saw, Weed Eater, Tools, Farm Tools, Wheel Barrow, Car Ramps, Block and Unes, Brace and Bits, Table Saw and Table, Picnic Table, Oak Boards (one inch), Wooden Tool Box, Tire Chains, Other Items. Riding Lawn Mower (MTD), Roto Tiller (Statesman, Rear Twine) Other items too numerous to mention TERMS: Cash, or Check with Positive ID LUNCH SERVED NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Reason for Leaving: Sold Farm ~L # EMMA LOU TAYLOR ',ylor family new addition Brian and Gina Taylor are happy to announce the birth of their first child, a daughter. Emma Lou was born on March 20, 2004 at United Hospital Center in Clarksburg. She weighed seven pounds and one-and-a-half ounces, and was 20 1/2 inches long. The mother is the former Gina Lou Hoard. Maternal grandparents are Saunnie Hoard of Glenville and the late Charles E. Hoard. Paternal grand- parents are Carolyn Taylor of Glen- ville and the late William Taylor. Maternal great-grandmother is Lucille Collins of Glenville. Paternal great- grandmother is Hazel Stump of Glen- ville. ASHLEY NICOLE RUTHERFORD therford competes Ashley Nicole Rutherford of Buckhannon represented The West Virginia Strawberry Festival May 19- 23, 2004 as the 2004 WVSF Teen Queen. She is the 17-year-old daughter of Charles (Chuck) and Crystal Rutherford of Buckhannon, grand- daughter of Charles and Norma Rutherford of Glenville and Ruth Bush Criss of Burnsville. Ashley will be a senior attending Buckhannon-Upshur High School. She plans to pursue a career as a Podiatric Nurse Specialist..She will represent the WVSF Assoclataon at Miss West Virginia Teen USA pag- eant in October 2004. 'Folk Festival Early Bird Jam' TraditionalAppalachian Musicans and fans are so enthusiast about the Folk Festival, may often show u'p early; therefore, the Folk Festival will be hosting a special "Early Bird Jam" for them again this year, in what ap- pears to be a new tradition. On Wed. June 16, beside the Holt House on Main Street, the fun starts at 7 pro. This event is open to all pickers, singers, and avid listeners. All thats needed to attend is a big smile, and a lawn chair. Come and join the fun. At Hays City Since 1961 Tues.-Fri. 9-5:30 Sat. 9-1 Glenville 462-4400 Grantsville 1-800-941-8320 2001 4 GeraldineMarks 462-7477 Curry NHS's Alumnus of This is another of the pictures graduated from Normantown and Emogene Frame Frymier loaned me to taught; he later became a principal share with my readers; sorry I called andalsoservedascountysuperinten- her Ernestine in my columnlast week. dent. The committee thought Rex GEORGE ROLLYSON (L-R) The doors behind the boys must be the was the only person who had served AND EARL DUSKEY Rosedale Gym. Earl Duskey's brother, in all those jobs. all-time high Nov. 03, flood. Water Earnest "Spike", was on the famous Next year our class plans to have a gotintothemachineshedandontothe 1945 Normantown State Champ Bas- special meeting, but this year we disc mower. It also got into two bee- ketball team. Spike was also a class- didn't have one, Almost every other hives. Lots of people, including us, mate of mine. Earl died serving his classhad adinner, breakfast or some- will be putting up flooded hay. Water country in WWII. I never knew him. thing. Every restaurant and meeting covered lots of gardens and potato I really didn't think I knew George place around was reserved by differ- patches. Then on Tues. evening, we Rollyson, but I had often heard entclasses, and one class met in Jane had l/2"ofrainandahardwindstorm. Rosedale schoolmates talk about him. Lew. Our electric was off 7 1/2 hours, but Then when I was thinking about that, Cousin Imogene Minney Millerwe were lucky. Lots of people were I remember that, I think George vis- flew from Fresno, CA to attend her out of electric longer than that. ited our class while he was on fur- 60th reunion. She wanted to take a My garden is growing fast. The lough. He had trained to be a para- picture of her husband, Wilbur weedsare growing fast too. Working trooper. This was during WWII, and Miller's, Crooked Fork homeplace in the garden has been impossible he told us about his paratrooper train- on Lower Two Run. She asked me most of the time. I sank in mud to my ing. I saw Lois Frame Bourne at the how to get there. I drew her a map, ankles picking lettuce. NHS Alumni Reunion and she said daughter Jo Ann drew her map and Son Danny lives in Augusta WV. George lives at Cross Lanes, WV. daughterReginadrew her amap. She His wife, Melinda, broke her wrist on Last Sat. May, 26, I attended the found the house without any trouble. Thursday evening. Danny took her to Normantown Alumni reunion. Seven Imogene and her grandson stopped the Romney Hospital and learned he membersofour 1946Classwerethere. at my house to take a picture. They will have to take her to Winchester, They were Carl and Luanne Conrad, came in and met my children who VA to the hospital today, Friday, be- Milford Bragg, Charles Curry, Betty were home. I also got to give her a cause she needs some pins put in to Jean Cross, Geneva Claypool and I. quick tour of my quilts. I really en- hold the bone in place. Danny and Classmate Charles Curry received joyed her visit. Melinda have four children Andrew the "Alumnus of the year" award. A Wearestillhavingrain.LastThurs. 13, Amanda 7, Andrew 6 and Austin cousin, Rex Hardman, received the night and Fri. We had another flood. 4. A broken arm really complicates "Teacher of the year" award. Rex had It might have been higher than the caring for children. Run' By noon on Sun., July 4, all bikers last year in order to purchase Christ- The last stop on the Toys for Kids should be signed in for the 2nd An- mas toys for the needy children of Run will be theCross Roads at Weston. nual Lewis County "Toys for Kids both Lewis and Gilmer counties. For further information about this Run" at the Hill Top Inn on Camden The bike ride's sponsors did this in popular motorcycle ride, watch this Hill on SR 33/119 near Weston. conjunction with the Glenville Odd newspaperorcaltJoeorDebbyHittat According to Joe Hitt, co-ownerof FellowsLodgewhichboughtanddis- 269-7284 (or Squeek or Brenda at the Hill Top with his wife, Debby, tributed the toys in Gilmer County, 269-1750). several hundred dollars were raised Joe adds. SUMMER MACKENZIE PHILLIPS GIL-CO FAITH PHARMACY 76 Box 2 A / Rt. 5 East Glenville, WV Business: 462-8300 ...,.,./'% Hours: 8:30 - 7:00 Men. - Fri. 8:30 - 5:00 Sat. After hours emergency, call: Doug: 462-5554 Scott: 462-7355 Our family looks forward to serving your family. Pharmacists: Scott Wanstreet, RPh , Doug Moss RPh Lori Plummer RPh Double Birthday Celebration ' For the Shaffer and Phillips family, May was a special month this year. On May 26, Summer Mackenzie Phillips turned the Big "1 ." Summer is the daughter of SSG. Matthew and Natasha (Shaffer) Phillips of Fort Bragg, N.C. Her Pappaw and Nanna are Melvin and Idris Shaffer of Stumptown, and Robert and Sylvia Phillips of Lewisburg, PA. Summer spent a week in Gilmer County with her grandparents to cel- ebrate her birthday with another spe- cial family member. A big birthday celebration is planned in her honor in late June with her family and friends from Fort Bragg after her Daddy gets home from a short deployment. What makes May a special month is Summer gets to share her birthday with her Uncle Melvin "Jake" Shaffer who turned "21" the same day. So to Summer and Uncle Melvin "Jake" and Summer's Mommy, Natasha who also celebrated her birthday June 1, a BIG Happy Birthday from your fam- ily ! HELP WANTED Product Demonstrators needed to run events in local WaI-Mart & Kmart stores. Mostly weekend hours. $8 per hour. Call 1-800-330- 0818 for details. - auto, pw, pl, am/fm cass,a/c Lisa g for a New Home? Then give me a call at of Ledbetter ~ 472-8900 .Milkshakes $1.85 *Root Beer Floats $1.95 Stonewall General Store 135 Main Street Weston, WV Phone: 269-4335 .Muffins -Hand Dipped Ice Cream 8-Flavors- 1 dip 75 Sugar Cones- I dip 75- Hot Pretzels Waffle Cone 2 dips $1.25 2 dips $1.00 ANTIQUES Wood Furniture, Beds, Glassware, Baskets, Stoneware, Soy Candles. SHOP IN AN OLD TIME ATMOSPHERE Hours: Men. thru Fri. 10 am - 6 and Sat. 5 sp, am/fm cass, a/c, red ....................... .:: S )ort - 4x4, 4dr, auto a/c, sunroof June 11, $5.00 Friday .... Charge June 12 Saturday $6. O0 ..... Charge -- LADIES' NIGHT "" .Friday NigkU . lla~f.Pd Adm~:ion for ~ D~tng tl~ MoeV.k of Jml, ueqt spcd~l tctmts. /