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Page 10 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, July 31, 2003 1 Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville = 354-6162 P ,! i 2 I I II 1 NORMA J. MARKS Norma Jean Marks, 67, of Parkersburg died early Saturday morn- ing, July 26, 2003, at Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital following an ex- tended illness, She was born Sept. 2, 1935, in Sand Fork, Gilmer County, a daughter of the late Toy D. Marks and Effie J. Marks. She graduated from Sand Fork High School and attended Glenville State College and West Virginia Uni- versity at Parkersburg. She was em- ployed by the Department of Health and Human Resources for more than 26 years. She was a dedicated case- worker who worked diligently to en- sure those in need would get their food stamps on time. She constantly worried that someone would have to go hungry. Her hobbies included puzzles, painting and bingo. Due to her health, for the last two years she had been lovingly cared for by Janet Mass and Bill Schedd in their home in Washington. She was a member of Sand Fork Baptist Church. She is survived by one sister, Mildred J. Marks Burke of Sand Fork, three brothers, Paul D. Marks of Parkersburg, Harold L. Marks of Sand Fork and Harry J. Marks of Wayne. W.Va,; two children to whom she devoted her life, Elizabeth Ann (Annie) Preiser of Sandyville and Mark Lane VanHorn of Barlow; two grandsons, Kevin Shawn Philips of Parkersburg and Cody Lane VanHorn of Barlow; and one great-grandson, Kevin Jack Philips of Parkersburg. Services were held at 11 a.m. Tues- day at Ellyson Mortuary, Glenville. Burial will be at Burke Cemetery, Sand Fork, next to the gravesites of her parents and grandparents. It doesn't have to cost a for- tune to acknowledge job well done. Proud to serve Gings Our Neighbors Reunions S GCHS GOLF TEAM MEETING CENTRAL WV RODEO UTT FAMILY REUNION Any Gilmer County High School stu- Queen pageant has been resctqed- In honor of Robert Haden Utt and GLENDA M. MARTZ dents in grades 9-12 who are inter- uled for Sat., Aug., 23. The catego- V~ota Alberla Fasl and their ciescer ested in participating on the GCHS ries have also been changed to Jun- dants, the 23rd Annual Utt Reunion Olenda M. Martz, 53, of Walnut SI, Golf Yeam are invited to a meeting at ior Queen. grades 7 through 9 and will be held August 8, 9, 10 (Fri. inGlenville, departed this life at l 1:55 the Glenville Golf Club on Aug. 4 at Queen, grades 10-12. Contestants evening through Sun noon) at Holly a.m., Friday, July 25, 2003 at her 6:00 p.m. Parents are also welcome will be judged on interview, introduc- Gray Park, Braxton County, residence following a battle with can- to attend. Players need to bring com- tion, modeling of western wear, rood- Flatwoods. for information contact cer. pleted physical forms. For more infor- cling of formal wear, and a shod par& John Cunningham (304-379-2010) or Born August 30, 1949, at Norman- marion, please contact Randy Ratliff graph about the contestant. To re- Frank Waldeck (330-654-3006 or town, W.Va., She was the daughter of' at 462-8895 or Arden Bishop at 462- quest an application call 364-5576 or (304-462-7804). 'Pot luck lunch on the late Clark and Mildred "Midge" 0335. 364-2273. Sat. Bring family genealogy - $$ for Boggs Minney. GOLF TOURNAMENT raffle - Yankee swap gift. Come on Glenda was a retired secretary for A golf tournament will be held at the NORTH BEND STATE PARK over and have some fun with a cousin. Division of Rehabilitations, Oilmer Glenville Golf Club on Sat., Aug. 16 SEARCHING FOR BANDS Bring a friend. Follow Utt signs at County, former employee for NRM at 9:00 a.m. All proceeds wilt go to North Bend State Park is looking for Flatwoods exit to Holly Gray Park. Petrolum for 16 years at Buckhan- Gilmer County Special Olympics. For bands to play at our New Year's Cel- non. She was also a former member more reformation, call Arden Bishop ebration. The program is scheduled of Glenville Jr. Woman's Club, a at 462-5907. for Wed., Dec. 31, 2003. Any and all bands who are interested, please con- member of Little Kanawha tact Nick Murray at 304-643-2931 or Trailriders, Desk and Derrick Club 1-800-CALL-WVA. Musical content and member of Glenville Christian should be TOP 40/POPULAR. The Chapel. music should be geared towards On March 28, 1970 she was mar- people age 35 and up. Tied to Jerry Martz who survives at their Walnut Street home. Glenda is survived by one brother, Kenny Minney of Ravenswood: four sisters, Sharon Minney of Elyria, OH, Darlene Greathouse and husband Steve of Cox's Mills, Sheila Hamric and husband Tom of Sand Fork, Chris- tine Kuepfer of Grafton, OH; one nephew, Kyle Kuepfer of Grafton. OH; tour nieces, Michelle Parsons of Weston, Jennifer Helmick ofWeston, Heather and Hannah Kuepfer of Grafton, OH; one great-niece. Maddysen Parsons of Weston. Funeral services were held on Mon- day, July 28, at Ellyson Mortuary, in Glenvillc, Pastor Jim Huff officiated, and burial followed at the Boggs Cem- etery at Orlon. Ellyson Mortuary assisted the fam- ily of Glenda M. Martz with arrange- ments. 2,6452 Gilrr r County since 1959 PIE-BAKING CONTEST The Cedarville Community Associa- tion will be sponsoring a pie-baking contest on Aug. 30 at 11:00 a.m. at the Cedarville Firehouse. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places. CNG & HOPE GAS ANNUIANTS CNG and Hope Gas Annuiants will meet Aug. 5, at 8:00 a.m. at the Log Cabin Restaurant in Harrisville. CEDARVILLE 4-H CENTAURIANS CARWASH/BAKE SALE The Cedarville 4-H Centaurians will be having a car wash, bake sale, and will also be selling applebutter on Aug. 9, at 9:00 a.m. at Foodland. SCHOOL SUPPLY APPLICATIONS Community Resources will begin tak- ing school supply applications on Aug. 4 for the first 100 children, grades K- 12. Must be income eligible. Parent or guardian must apply in person. For more information, call 462-8698. KEESECKER REUNION The Keesecker Reunion will be held Aug. 3 at Vadis Mid Way Fire Dept. There will be a picnic lunch around noon. Family and friends please bring a picnic basket and enjoy the day. THE 2003 CHAPTER 1 C.C.C. REUNION On Aug. 16, Chapter 1 Civilian Con- servation Corps will hold a reunion at Camp Woodbine in Richwood, W.Va All members and their families are welcome to atted, The reunion will start around 9:00 am. and a covered dish lunch will also take place. ANNUAL SMITH FAMILY REUNION Relatives, friends and neighbors of FIELD OF FLOWERS the late Homer, Lee and John Smith A video in progress on Domestic Vio- are invited to attend the Annual Smith lence on Aug. 30 at 8:00 p.m at the Reunion on Sat., Aug. 2 from 12 noon Landmark Studio in Sutton. SHOW- to 4 pro. at the Smith Family Picnic CASE AND FUNDRAISER. Admis- Shelter on Cedar Creek Road below sion is free. Donations will be greatly Exchange. appreciated. For more information call 765-2848 or 354-7874. CAMPBELL-PETERS 67TH Annual Fammily Reunion will be Sat., Aug. 2 st Shelter #3, at Doddridge County Park on Snowbird Rd. off Rt. 50 Bring a p~cnlc lunch and bever- age for a meal at noon, REGION Vl EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING The Region VI Workforce Investment "Executive" Board will meet Thurs., SENIOR VAN RUNS WEDNESDAY Aug. 14 from 10:30-11:30 a.m at the Any adult in the Perkins, Rosedale, WV State Office Complex Building, Stumptown, and Lockney areas want- Work4WV Career Center Conference ing to ride the Senior Center Van Room, 3rd Floor, Fairmont, WV. For needs to call 462-5761 the day be- more information about the meeting, fore. It will be running on Wednesday contact Jeffrey G Smith at (304) 868- in these areas. 9530. ESTATE TAG SALE Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offering Computer Design Flit. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 RE-ROOFING? ith ONDURA You Don't Have To Tear OffThe Old Roof Put Up A New One. Goes directly over existing roof. Helps save environment- No dumping of old non-biodegradable roofing. Saves money - No landfill disposal charges. Cuts time and labor costs in half. Looks great on any home. Lifetime limited warrenty. *WHITE *BROWN "RED *BLACK *GREEN *TAN BLUE stock colors (at least 32 squares in stock)Sale The New Wave ln Rooflng. APPCON LUMBER $1pe" Rt. 5, East Glenville v ch sheet 45" x 79" our web site @ 462-5751 (26 sq. fL) Working for you today, planning for your tomorrow. Today, Tomorrow, & Beyond A regional bank with a wide choice (Contents from the Stev, art Estate of Mineral Rd, (;lenville~ Sale will be held at: Camden Flats - 504 Kanawha St Glenville ,;at., August 2, 9:01) a.m. & continuing on Sun., August 3.9:00 a.m. Antique telephone stand, Antique t 1930',t 3 dry, &csscr. Antique tea caJ L t)id stoncv, mlugs & jars 3/4 Kt. Pear shape diamond solitaire ring. Sapphire baquettc nng, i/2 Kt. Double row Anniversary nng. Antique ( 1940's1 v, edding set. Pearl sez 2C'/18". Pearl 10Kt Gold set 4 l_k JEWELRY HAS BEEN TESTED & APPRAISED Sm klt~h~I~ table ~; ~ ~haH.. [.; ,,,i~d t)ak dining room table with b chairs & matching china hutch ~J hght poL~ & pan,. gL,,.c.. mppcrware, Fmc German Balvarian China (complete ~ piece ~,ct v,/ addiuonal pieces ;tvailable). Crown Ming China. Various Crystal. Variou~ Sihcr serving ~ets & Mist itcrfl~, Coffee Maker. Kenmore micro',~,ave, mist small appliancc~, electric ",kdlcts,'cookcts k ntquc Wagon Wheel microwave cart, Fcnton (;lass, German Cr~qaL, Cr',~tat tamp~. }"Hc King. Onedia Sterling dinnerware, amber glassware. Panasonic Flool Stc~co .";5 s~em. Zcmth Flot~ Model Color TV's (both in excellent working condition & look greatL "~CR s. Various s~ze pictures & print.,,, sin. 3 leg flower stands, coffee table w/end table, rust color couch vw' Io~. c~eat. cream coh),couch w/chair, Blue 1 pc Cushion couch Ioveseat & than, wow, den ,.oat rack. set ~l" 2 crystal lamps w/ shal>cS. 2 rocking chairs. I glidci rockcL Brotaer ~d p~occ,,,~,: ,a inonitor & keyboard, potlable sewing machine. Radio Shack ,*irclcs~, ~,ecunt,, camera '*/ monitor Full size solid maple b