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Page 8 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --Thursday, Aug. 5, 2004 CI 'ek News Evelyn Carson 462-8828 April Fridley 462-7309 Some slight changes have been made in the past six months and I'm sure a few of you have noticed the absence of my column. I've been very busy as I graduated from GSC, started working for Dr. Husari Corp and I am now Mrs. April Fridley. So I really haven't had much spare time in prepa- ration and participation in these ac- tivities. This week I bring you one of my favorite foods, desserts! Turtle Cake 1 German Choc. Cake Mix 3 eggs 1 1//2 c. water 1 1/2 sticks margarine 14 oz caramels 1/3 c. plus 3 T canned milk 12 oz. semi- sweet choc. chips 1 c. chopped nuts Mix first four ingredients well until thick and creamy. Pour 1/2 batter in 13 x 9 pan. Bake 15 rain. at 350*. Melt caramels with canned milk and pour over the cake, but not to the edges of the pan. Sprinkle w/choco- late chips and nuts. Pour and spread second half of cake batter over top, bake again at 350 for 30 minutes. THE ELLYSONS: This red clay ceramic replica of a photograph was created by Mrs. Pam Rippe of Virginia and presented to Gene and Edith Ellyson of Cox's Mills. The subjects of the figurines were the Ellysons, who merely mow a campsite for Mr. and Mrs. John Rippe's visits with their camper. John's father, Pete Rippe of Oak Hill, is a former GSC Pioneer. In recent years, the Ellysons have received a plaque of the Lord's Prayer with flowers entwined and other artistic creations of Pare's, but this realistic creation is complete, "down to the belt loops," remarks Gene. Birth Announcement Kevin and Elizabeth Bee are proud R & D to announce the birth of their first child, Abigail Celeste. Abigail was born on July 14, 2004 in Madison, TN. She weighed 8 lbs. 9 3/4 oz. and was 21 inches long. Her grandparents are Terry and Ann Bee of Gienville, and Randy and Freda Hash of Mullens. Abigail is the great granddaughter of Thelma Brady and the late Opal Bee, both from Glenville. Rymarz Completes Basic Training Army Pfc. Stephen E. Rymarz has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruc- tion and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and cer- emony, marching, rifle marksman- ship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military cour- tesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and field train- ing exercises. He is a 1994 graduate of Gilmer County High School, Gienville, WV. West Virginia's Strategic Research & Development Tax Credit is now refundable, an attribute that helps start up and emerging R&D companies, said Rick Slater, a member of the Vision Shared Leadership Team and the Chairman of the Tax Moderniza- tion focus area team for Vision Shared, the state's economic blueprint. "Fledgling R&D companies are sometimes working with innovative and therefore new technology," Slater said. "At this point in their develop- ment, they may not be generating as much profit-or tax liability- as they will down the mad. This feature al- lows them to use West Virginia's ex- cellent R&D credit at the appropriate time." West Virginia supports the growth of knowledge--based companies to add more diversity to the state's economic. mix, Slater said. "The state must encourage compa- nies that can make the best use or West Virginia's research capabilities and unequalled work force," he said. "We salute all of the representatives from legislative, from legislative lead- ership, from labor and from the state tax department that worked together to improve an already ground break- ing credit that encourages investment ! s Aggressive it Enhanced while being mindful of the state's re- sources. Our Vision Shared commit- tees and volunteer base of Over 500 West Virginians were instrumental in the passage of this tax legislation." R&D companies, as certified by FEMA the West Virginia Department of Tax and Revenue, with not more than $20 as million in gross revenues and not more *It* Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffer- ing can the soul be strength- ened, ambition inspired and suc- cess achieved. BHelen Keller seeking Friends and family visiting Ivan and Virginia Blake and I vis- Quinoe ClarkofCharlotte, NC; Leela ited Tressie Ramsch last week and Ours of Buckhannon; David Millard played dominoes. We also visited of Minneapolis, MI; Samuel Ours Jr. Bonnie Drake and played dominoes, of Minneapolis, MI; Bill and Linda They had a big crowd at the covered Reth of Mellesville, MD; Matthew dish dinner at the Senior Center. Parrish of Mellsville, MD. All en- Hope the sick are all feeling better, joyed the beautiful scenery of WV Hope all those that are in the hospital and the company of each other. get home soon. Hazel Kirkpatrick of Stewarts Creek Quests of Mary Jo Ours this week will be celebrating her 94th birthday were Sue Martin of Reading, CA; Aug. 29. She would enjoy cards from MariamOurs ofVacaville, CA;Shelia her many friends, her address is Rt. 1 Martin of Huntington; Priscilla and Box 18-A, Glenville, WV 26351. 7 00 News JoAnnWoodyard 462-7093 Fellowship Dinner Held Rose White called me Sunday visit with their mother, Vera Beall. evening with good news that Buck A friend, Irene Walliser, called me was home and doing fantastic and en- Sunday afternoon from KA. She joying being home and getting pam- hopes to visit me in Sept. pered each day. We also are glad to My 4--H Club in making plans to hear Harold Marks is home from the gotoLewisburgStateFairthismonth. hospital from having surgery again, A few good hints: Chew a Rolaid and is doing well. to get rid of hiccups! To keep your Ourchurch had our monthly fellow- fingers protected from a hammer, try ship dinner Sunday. It was good to holding small nails in place, with a have Richard Vanhorn deliver our comb. message and also good to see Sandy Christiansneverhavetosaygood- and her brother, Brent Brady, in for a bye for the last time. to serve Attention Musicians North Bend State Park is lookin for bands who are interested in play-`) " ing our New Year's Celebration. than $2,5 million in payroll, now may The Federal Emergency Manage- sites in oi" around Logan and Lenore. The program is scheduled for Fri., obtainafefundoftheirR&Dcreditin ment Agency (FEMA) is searching Wearenowreachingouttothepublic Dec. 31, 2004. excessoftheirtaxliability :oexceed for land to lease in southern West with the hope that we can quickly Any bands who are interested, $1000,000 annually. There is a $1 Virginia that will serve as a tempo- establish a site and provide suitable please contact Nick Murray at 304- million cap on total refundable R&D rary mobile home park site for those housing for desperate families who 643-2931 or 1-800-CALL-WVA. credit. The refundable aspect of the who lost their homes, or saw them are living in badly damaged homes, Musical content should be TOP 40 creditiseffectiveforinvestmentmade seriously damaged in the severe storms or in overcrowded conditions with Popular/Soft and Classic Rock/and on or after July l, 2004, and sunsets that struck Memorial Day weekend, friends or family," said Lou Botta, Country, geared toward people age July 1, 2008. A tax credit report is- FEMA is looking specifically for FEMA'sfederalcoordinatingofficer. 35 and up. sued in February 2006 will detail its parcels that are four to l0 acres, lo- The property owner should be will- Advance Ticket:sales cost-effectiveness, cated in the Logan area of Logan ing to participate in a 24-month, The Strategic Research & Devel- county, and Lenore area of Mingo rent-free lease. The owner will have ends Friday, August6 opment Tax Credit is available for County. The site must be above the theoptiontoeitherretainallimprove- three percentofall qualified expenses 100-year flood plain and should be ments after the lease expires, or have Friday, August 6 is the last day for and investment, or I0 percent of the relatively flat. the property restored to its original fairgoers who wish to take advantage excess of qualified expenses and in- Additionally, the land should have condition, of a special discount on gate admis- vestment for the tax year over the access to power, telephone, and pub- Anyone who owns property that sion tickets and carnival ride passes. average of such expense for a base lic water service. The site should have fitstheabovedescriptionintheLogan Advance Tickets and Mega Passes period. The credit may be used to good access to power, telephone, and and Mingo county areas, and is will- are available in the following options: offset up to 100 percent of the public water service. The site should ing to help their fellow West Virgin- Internet: those who wish to make taxpayer's annual liability for the busi- have good access to public roads and ians who've been stricken by these ticket purchases via the internet can ness franchise, corporation net income basic community services, and has to storms, is urged to call FEMA and go