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Page 12 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, Sept. 9, 2004 HELMUT OTTO JEDAMSKI EILEEN HAMRICK WOLFE Helmut Otto Jedmski, 80, of Sand Mollie Eileen Hamrick Wolfe, 85, Fork slipped away peacefully from of Wilson, NC, formerly of Vienna, the bonds of this life on Sept. 1,2.004 died Saturday, Aug. 21,2004. at United Hospital Center, Clarksburg, She was born in Clay County, a following a short illness, daughter of the late Abner and Estelle Mr.JedamskiwasbornJuly7,1924 Neal Hamrick. in Germany, the son of the late Otto A graduate of Glenville State Col- and Hertha Emilie Kelm Jedamski. In lege, she taught in elementary schools addition to his parents, he was pre- in Clay, Gilmer, Wood counties and ceded in death by his wife, Emilie served as principal in Wood County. Winkelmeier Jedamski, one brother, She was dietician and professor of one daughter-in-law, and one grand- Home Economics at Glenville State daughter, Stephanie Jedamski.College. He was a Seventh Day Adventist Following her retirement from and attended the Buckhannon Sev- GSC, she resided in Vienna, until she enth Day Adventist Church. Mr. moved to Wilson, NC in the 90's. Jedamski believed firmly in the resur- Survivors include her son and rection and the power of God's for- daughter-in-law, Larry Allen Wolfe giveness and salvation and was ready and wife, Joyce; two grandsons, Wil- to meet the Lord to be reunited with liam Dale Wolfe and David Allen his wile and loved ones. Wolfe; three sisters, Corrinne Hunter He supported his family in many of Casper, WY; Imogene Morris of different lines of work during his life, South Charleston; Ella Mary Crum of Including sales, plumbing, contract- Dekalb, IL;one brother, Charles Harry ing, and farming. He, his wife and Hamrick of Scaly, TX. three children immigrated to the She was preceded in death by her United States from Germany in 1956 husband, William Woodrow Wolfe, with little more than the clothes on and three brothers. their back. Her husband was coach of the Glen- He is survived by two brothers, ville Red Terrors at one time and Ewald and Rudiger; one sister, formerly coach of the Clay Co. Pan- Brigitte; sons, Wolfgang of thers. He taught at Parkersburg High Collegedale, TN; Hartmut of School duringthe1960's. Harrisonburg, VA; Norbert of New Funeral services were held Tues., Market, VA; Bernhart of Fulks Run, Aug. 24,atWinsteadUnitedMethod- VA; Berthold of Sand Fork; daugh- ist Church, Wilson, NC, with ters, Waldtraut Jedamski of San Di- graveside services Wed., Aug. 25, at ego, CA; Heidi DavisofWilmington, Mr. Olivet Cemetery, Parkersburg. OH; Irmgart Mitchell of Moorpark, The family requested expressions CA; Inge Peters ofStevensville, MD; of sympathy be directed to Winstead and Hannelore Miller of Davie, FL; United Methodist Church, 1407 grandchildren, Elissa Maharg,Tarboro St. SW, Wilson, ,,/C 27893. Timonthy Jedamski, Kurt Hummel, or WilMed Hospice, 1705 Tarboro Stephanie Mitchell, Nell Jedamski, St. SW, Wilson, NC 27894. Kaitlin Mitchell, Morgan, Graydon, Logan, Julie, Emilie, Keirsten, Evan, Braxton Jedamski, Nicholas Miller; MAVIS GARNET WILSON great-grandchild, Nolan Maharg. WOODYARD Funeral services were Sept. 4, at the Mavis Garnet Wilson Wood'yard, EllysonMortuary, Inc. Pastor Roland 87, of Cedarville, passed away on Smith and Pastor Brian Jones offici- ated. Burial followed in the Jedamski Sept. 3, 2004, at the home of her caregiver, Sue Dilley of Sutton. Family Cemetery, Sand Fork Road. She was born Sept. 19, 1916 on Laurel Fork in Gilmer Co. She was ELSIE B. KIRKPATRICK the daughter ofFloris Birton and Lilly Elsie B. Kirkpatrick, 79, of Glen- LawsonWilson.Shewastheoldestof ville, departed this life at 4:14 am, six children. She was preceded in September 1,2004 in Stonewall Jack- death by two brothers, Orel Wilson, son Memorial Hospital in Weston, Arden Wilson; a sister, Maysel Wil- following an extended illness, son Miles. Born August 22, 1925 in Gilmer She is survived by two brothers, Co., daughter of the late Fletcher and Marvin Blaire Wilson of Centreville, Elva Norman Burke. VA; Burl Wilson of Massillon, OH. Elsie was a retired U.S. Postmis- She was married to Park Woodyard, tress with over 25 years service. She who preceded her in death in 1997. forrncrowner and operator of, She and Park had two children, who I,,irk Roller Rink at Baldwin: Elsie survi Wayne andh swifo JoAnn, was a member of Glenville Chapter #90 order of Eastern Star where she had been past Matron, member of Glenville Rebekah Lodge #104, Har- mony Temple #68 Pythian Sisters, Clarksburg Chapter LAPM #9, and a member of the former college Street United Methodist Church. On December 16, 1949 she was united in marriage to Victor R. "Vie" Kirkpatrick who preceded her in death December 24, 1996. Surviving is one daughter, Vickie Allman of Glenville; and one grand- daughter, Heather Allman of Glen- ville; one brother and four sisters, Walker Burke'of Glenville; Zetta Campbell al:d Madaline Groves, both of Glenville; Wanda Townsend of Akron, OH; Shirley Minigh of Clarksburg. She was preceded in death by three brothers and five sisters. Funeral services were conducted on Sept. 5, from the Ellyson Mortu- ary, Inc.,Glenville. Rev. Ronzel Rob- erts officiated. Burial followed in the Stalnaker Cemetery. of Cedarville; Helen of Shock. She is also survived by two graddaughters, Becky Pyles and Katrina Bosley, and two great granddaughters, Mikala Pyles and Lindsey Bosley. Garnet loved flowers and garden- ing, need!ework, helping friends and family and had a wonderfully opti- mistic attitude towards life. She wrote poetry and kept journals throughout her life. She was amember of the Shock Church of Christ. At her request, there was no funeral service. Visitation hours are from 2:00 to 9:00 pm, on Wed., Sept 8, at Stump Funeral Home in Grantsville. Graveside services will be held on Thur., Sept. 9, at the Collins Commu- nity Cemetery in Stumptown Bennett and Sor Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displnys Grantsville 354-6162 Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offering Computer Design Fit. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 ilmer Goings VOLUNTEERS NEEDED LOCAL RED CROSS MEETING The AnnualAdopt-A-Highway State- The Gilmer County Red Cross will wide Fall Cleanup is scheduled for,~ hold a local meeting Thurs., Sept. 19, Sat., Sept. 25.The public is invited to at 7:00 pm, at the Community Show- join Adopt-A-Highway volunteers in case, 115 E. Main Street in Glenville. removing litter from state highways. Anyone interested in becoming in- The state will furnish gloves, safety volved with the local Red Cross is vests, and garbage bags to anyone encouraged to attend. For more infor- who picks up litter on any state main- mation, please call Donna Waddell at tained read during this event. The 462-7545. Division of Highways will pick up bagged litter and dispose of it. Ev- TANNER BOARD eryone is encouraged to participate. The Tanner School Building Board of Any cleanup scheduled between Sat., Directors will meet on Mon., Sept. 20, Sept. 18 and Sunday, Oct. 31 quail- at 7:00 pm. The public is invited to ties for this event. Each participating attend. individual or group will receive up to GILMER REPUBLICAN WOMEN five"Litter Pickup Tools." To sign up The regular meeting of the Gilmer or for additional information call 1- 800-322-5530. County Republican Women and any other interested persons will be held FOLK FESTIVAL COMMITTEE Sept. 20 at 1:00 p.m. at the Senior The Folk Festival Committee will hold Center. Call Dr. Betty Jones at 462- its first meeting of the festival year 4660 for more information. on Fri., Sept. 10, at 4:30 pm, at Holt House on Main Street. Election of officers and_ ground work for Festival 2005 will 6e on the agenda. This is a covered dish. Please bring enough for 10 folks. TANNERfest 2004 TANNERfest will be held Fri., Oct. 1, and Sat., Oct. 2. Watch for upcoming schedule. If you have any questions please call, 462-7923. 4-WHEELER POKER RUN ~ ~7~ A 4-Wheeler Poker Run to benefitOur Neighbors the Gilmer County Volunteer Fire De- partment, will be held on Sat., Sept. 11, registration is from 7:00 am - 9:00 am, ride leaves at 9:00 am. Un- loading and parking is at the Stouts COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION, Mills ball field on Rt. 5. The ride is FALL FESTIVAL approximately 32 miles. Doorprizes Fri. & Sat., Sept. 10 and 11. On Fri. will be given and each paying person the music starts at 6:00 pm. The foi- ls given one free ticket. Additional lowing acts will perform; Stagecoach tickets may be purchased. Poker Run Band, Larry Reed, Dave Bittinger, T-Shirts wil'. also be for sale. Pay out Tom Goldsmith, Nashville North with is: 1st place $300.00, 2nd place Tommy D. & Sue Neubaer and Dick $200.00, 3rd place $100.00. Not re- Rutan & Don't Do It Bisquiets. Open sponsible for accidents. If you can- stage 6:00 to 6:45. Sat., the featured not ride with us, but would like to attraction will be Janie Fricke (The make a donation, you can send it to: C.M.A. Female Vocalist of the year Katina Smarr, Rt. 1 Box 64, Stouts 1982 and 1983) for two shows at Mills, WV 26430. There will be a Mud 6:00 and 9:30 pm The music starts Bog after the ride with prizes awarded at 1:00 pm, with the following acts; and a 50/50 drawing. Come out and Betty Jo Heater & Country Airs, Randy support our fire department and have Thomas & Friends, Stagecoach Band, some fun with all of us. For more Donnie Leonard & The Country Men, info. call: Katina Smarr 462-8898, Ray Hileman & Wheels of Country, Scott Schimmel 462-7270, Robin Rex Musgrave & Knights of the Cross, Schimmel 364-4172, or Joe Frame Jim Bunch & Just Us and at 2:00 pm 462-7019. The Ohio Country And Western Group. Open stage will start at 1:00 FARM SHOW pm. The festival will be held at the "Come and eat during the Farm Show" Sagebrush Round-up, located on Thurs, Sept. 9, at 4:30 pm, at the Bunner Ridge near Fairmont, just six miles east of 1-79, at exit 139. For Gilmer Co. Rec. Center. The pro- ceeds will help defray the cost of the advance tickets and information, Farm Show and Premium Money. please call: 304-292-5854, 986-2158 BBQ chicken, potatoes, green beans, or 363-4864. cole slaw, and desserts will be served. Take out orders are available. MULES AND DONKEYS HEE HAW HEE HAW! The 12" An- WELCOME TO GILMER COUNTY nual Mule and Donkey show, will be A Welcome to Gilmer County Party held at Holly Gray Park, Sutton, will be held Tues., Sept. 14, at 6:00 sponsored by Holly Gray Park. This pm, at the Best Western conference year's show will begin on Sat., sept. room. Come and meet Gilmer 11, at 5:00 pm., with 13+ classes of County's newest residents. Everyone various timed classes and continue invited, on, Sun., Sept. 12, at 10:00 am. The classes for Sun., will be apprexi- FREE EYE EXAM mately 40+ classes of halter, riding, The Eye-Mobile, sponsored by the driving, log skidding, coon jumps, Lions Club, will be at the Glenville timed events, etc. There wilt be con- Foodland on Fri., Sept. 10, 9:00 - cessions and vendors on the 5:00. The eye exam is free for EV- grounds. For more information, con- ERYONE and ANYONE tact Karen Carr 304-364-8364 or Bob Smith 304-744-8372, in the eve- nings. FRN MEETING The Family Resource Network Board of Directors will meet this Fri., Sept. UPPER WEST FORK EVENTS 10, at noon, at the Community Show- On Sat., Sept. 11, there will be a case, 115 East Main St., in Glenville. sing, featuring Ron Truman & Next Anyone interested in working at a Exit at the Upper West Fork Park. A local level to promote Gilmer County park meeting will be held on Tues., is encouraged to attend. For more Sept. 14, at 7:00 pm. Then on Sat informaiton cantact Donna Waddell Sept. 18, a sing featuring Bill Triplett at 462-7545 or & Big Otter Bluegrass. Civic Center Events Announced The upcoming events at the Charles- ton Civic Center for October are as follows: Sat., Oct. 2-Comedian Ron White; Mon., Oct. 4- "The President's Own" U.S. Marine Band; Sun., Oct. 10- Tim McGraw with Big & Rich; Fri., Oct. 15- Bill Gaither and Friends; Thurs., Oct. 28 - Third Day Live Wire Tour; and Oct. 29-30 - Lone Star Outlaw Rodeo Tour Show. For information, log onto www. charlestonciviccenter, com. "Gho ]it oose - 10 E. Main St, Glenville, WV Monday, Sept. 13th, 2004 @ 6PM [ 20 Games for $25.00 -- Specials $5.00 each ] Food availab#a from tht todg, 6at y Directly off 1-79 Exit 105, Jane Lew 884-7806 HOUSE OF TUNES I . i ",eat ' Iil )1 S' W rl" l I" [I $5.00 I IF SO... You may want to call [ ,k m [Do you have a child starting school this fall?[ Friday, J I Gilmer Co. Health Dept. (304) 462-7351 ] El Im Charge Sept 10 Top 40 and Country [ toupdate their Immunizations. ] I i [ Why not beat the rush? ] , . , ,, ,, : I Call Now ] (l)all Ls l V lark, , Immunizadons available to ail children I ,atu,a, . ,00 a.o.... Sept. 11 Country Charge I Free of charge. ( L- L-A~T-Z I Now on Friday Night-- Drink Specials, Ladies on[v! JONNY APPLESEED The Charleston Civic Center will present Jonny Appleseed District of Spebsqsa, on Fri. and Sat., Sept. 17-18, at the Little Theater. For more information log onto their web site: www. FALL CLASSIC DOG SHOW The Clarksburg Kennel Club will be hosting an American Kennel Club (AKC) All Breed Dog Show the weekend of Sept. 11 and 12. Show location: WV State 4-H Camp, Jackson's Mill. Show hours: 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. Come watch the dogs compete for TOP DOG honors. LChurch Activities_ , GOSPEL SING The Gilmer County Singers Associa- tion will have their monthly sing on Sat., Sept. 11, at 6:30 pm, at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Featured group will be the Reapers, from Exchange. Devotional held by Roger Luzader. Everyone welcome to come and be with us for a night of song and praise worship. TRACE FORK HOMECOMING Sun., Sept. 19, at the United Method- ist Church. Morning Services 10:00, Rev. Ronzel Ferguson. Annual Ser- mon, Rev. Loren Roberts from Ravenna, OH. Lunch at noon. At 1:00 pm, the Gospelaires perform. TREASURE MOUNTAIN FESTI- VAL The Treasure Mountain Festival As- sociation will meet Mon., Sept. 13~ at 6:30 pm in the TMF craft building in Franklin. Come early and help place signs for the festival events. Any one interested in the festival is REVIVAL welcome to attend. The festival will Faith Missionary Baptist Church, in be September16-19. Formorein- Duck, will hold a revival on Sept. 6 formation contact 304-358-3261 or thru 12, 7:00 pm nightly. Different you can send E-mail to: preachers nightly, special singing treasure_mountain_festiva/ nightly. Everyone welcome to come and fellowship and praise God. Pas- BENEFIT AUCTION tor Robert Wood. The Organizers of the benefit auc- tion for the M. William Adler r Healthcare Scholarship fund con- Reunions tinue to collect items for the event to be held Tues., Sept. 14. Local auc- tioneer John Spiker will call the auc- tion at the West Virginia Building at WILSON / LAWSON WVU Jackson's Mill. There will be a This year's reunion will again be held small admission fee. Appetizers and at Cedar Creek State Park. It will be punch will be served from 5 to 6 pro. on Sun., Sept. 19, at 11:00 am. As Viewing of the items will take place always, we will have a potluck dinner. at that time. One of the more im- Please plan to attend and bring any pressive items to be auctioned will pictures, family stories, etc. you would be a 1899 =Birds-eye View of like to share with the rest of us. If you Parkersburg, WW by T.M. Fowler play a musical instrument, bring it and J.B. Moyer (framed). One of along and entertain us - maybe we the more unusual items will be four could sing along. We will also have gallons of frozen blackberries do- an auction to cover the cost of the nated by Melinda and John Law. building, etc. for the reunion: If you The berries come from Mr. Adler's have anything you would like to do- favorite blackberry farm in the East- nate for that, please bring it along. em Panhandle. Lewis County crafts We need an auctioneer this year if people Joan Miller, Jim Miller, and someone would care to volunteer. Bob Taylor will provide craft items for the auction. The West Virginia Symphony has donated season tick- SETTLE / SUTTLE ets for two to the symphony as an The 4= Settle / Suttle reunion will be auction item. There will also be wine held Sun., Sept. 12, at the Minney from Lambert's Winery, as well as Park on Russet Rd. in Calhoun Co. massage therapy from the physical from 10:00 to whenever. There will therapy department at Stonewall be music (Bluegrass), games, and Jackson Memorial Hospital. To do- gifts. Bring a covered dish and a lawn nate an item for this veryTo donate chair. Check your mileage before an item for this very worthwhile leaving home. If you have history, old cause, call Julia Spelsberg at 269- pictures bring them along. For infor- 8167 during working hours, or her mation, call Lena Parsons at 304- home at 269-3683 in the evening. 364-5577. All family and friends are welcome. Hope to see you all there. EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING The Region VI Workforce Invest- ment "Executive" Board will meet Thursday, Sept. 9, from 10:30 am to 11:30 am in the WV State Office Complex Building, Work Force West Virginia Center Conference Room, 3'~ floor, Fairmont. For more infor- mation about the meeting, contact Jeffrey G. Smith at 304-368-9530. CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH On Sun., Sept. 12, 2:30 pm, at the Chapel Baptist Church, in Nobe, there wilt be an ordination for Lorous Rob- erts and Kevin Church. REMINDER TO OUR READERS GGOs, including Church News, Re- unions, Our Neighbors, etc. will run on a space available basis for two weeks prior to the event. Each addi- tional insertion is s6. The dead line to summit your GGO, is Monday, by 4:00 pm. Jump into the middle of things, get your your face and then reach for the stars. hands dirty, fall fiat on --.Joan L. Curcio ~N You are invited to a t Auction Tues., Sept. 14, at 6:00 pm. At the West Virginia Building at WVU Jackson's Mill Viewing, hors d'oeuvres, and beverages served from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm Proceeds benefit the William "Bill" Adler Scholarship Fund Admission $5 Auctioneer: John Spiker, #184-04 For information call: 269-3683 i 11 ,i i i i Specializing In: Warts . Heel Pare Sports Medicine Diabetic Foot Care Corns and Calluses Bunions and Hammer Toes Many Other Foot and Ankle Conditions 437 Main Avenue Weston Phone: 269-3445 t i