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Thursday, Sept. l& 2003 --. The GtenvKle Democrat/Pa er ._ Page 711 INNER,S-Martial Arts Hall of Fame award winners pictured I-r): Shihan Michael Newell, Sensei John Smarr and y Metz. Karate Academy Instructor receives award at Martial Arts Hall of Fame 28-29, Shihan Mickey John Smart and Shihan ewell, attended the 10th Head of Family International Mar- of Fame, which was ando, Fla. at the Radisson [-F.S.C. Hall of Fame is the Hall of Fame in a virtual "who's who" arts world. The council Sare all 9th and 10th degree all over the world Japan, Korea, The Philippines, :tees to the hall of fame Norris, Steven just to name a few. Shihan Mickey Metz first attended the W.H.F.S.C. Hall of Fame in 1998 along with his Student Sensei John Smarr. Shihan Metz is a six-time award recipient and inductee of this Elite Hall of Fame. This year, he received the 'Outstanding Leadership Award' by the council. Sensei John Smarr was inducted in the Hall of Fame for the '2003 Out- standing Instructor oft.he Year' award. Shihan Michael Newell was in- ducted for the 'Humanitarian of the Year' award for 2003. Shihan Metz stated, "I look for- ward to this event each year to see o!d friends and to meet new ones to tram and share knowledge with each other. Kathy, Lon~, This is what martial arts is all about." ........ ************ ' ALITY NEW USED FL/KNI ! VKC* pmcm SON, Ue. . . . . -- G ,/ f" " -- ~selre:t, on of he-toolsa'~lable_?ar.'et'2[B'squ_e'tems : wa and Dolls-Lamps T%s Kmves Corns Jewelry . Fishing Supplies - Rods ~ Reels ~ Artificial and Live Baits Good Selection of Hunting Supplies 'k consignment to sell - "Bring items in for me to sell for you "" t I -- " Mn"" frt ' a'm"; P2 : s 0dd a Ends : *************_******************* COMING SEPT. 19 & S Rock ,i l,Roll tission Without Proper Identification ADIES NIGHT- 119 Nights . Half.Price Admission for Ladies during tht month of September, except special events. Watch Saturdays at 6:00 p.m. Visit your West Virgania Lottery Retailer and find out how you can be a g~tme ~ow " air" ber W3 contestant - Septem 13, 2003 ....... . ............... s,.00o Pecks Mill Lynette CassisGlen Dale Clyde Cokeler, Jr. Mar~t=, OH Richard WeN) Clark~urg Lou Ann McCture Richwood Vella Gowm~ I.a~.~d November t I Illl I II IIII News ~c~ 462-8828 I iiiiiiiiiiii Dinners abound all around They had a covered dish last Mon- Roger Weese drove my truck the day night at the Center. Had a good other evening and took me to Weston meal and a good crowd. After the to get feed for the chickens, and went meal was over, they played Bingo. shopping at Save-a-Lot. Thursday they had a covered dish. Charlie Riffle had several from Had a good meal and several people Falling Timber and Conings at the there. Center Thursday. I didn't get the Those that rode our van Tursday names. Too much going on and a lot were Oleta Singleton, Madge of meals. Townsend, Maxine Waugh, Hazel We had a good crowd at our church King, LeeBerts, Ruth McHenry, Ellen this morning. Ivan, Virginia Blake Stump, Frank Richards, Evelyn andlatedinnerattheCommonPlace. Carson, Maxine Stump and driver, Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to Roger Weese. So, he had a load. those that have lost loved ones. Ivan, Virginia Blake and I visited Hope all the sick are feeling better. TressieRamschand family one night Hope I will have more news next and also visited Bonnie Drake and time. Charlotte Rogers. JAMES W. BALL, JR CORLEY VANHORN Army Rangers Happy 95th COLUN ANTHONY .... SINGLETON Singleton birth Paul and Jessica Singleton an- nounce the birth of a son. Collin An- thony was born on May 21, 2003, weighing nine pounds, nine ounces, and was 21 inches long, at Trident Medical Center in Charleston, SC. Brent and Jean Boggs of Gassaway are his maternal grandparents. Doyle and Ethel Mac boggs of Gassaway, Rishel and Sandy Walker of Scott Depot, and Bill and Barabara Boyd of Lexington, Kentucky are all his ternai great-grandparents. Clova McKinney of Columbus, Ohio is also his great-great-grandmother. Rose Singleton of Burnsville, and Roger and Mary Anne Singleton of Right Hand Fork are his paternal grandparents. Louise Wilson of Right Hand Fork is his great-grandmother. Paul, Jessica, and Collin reside at Charleston Air Force Base, Charles- ton, SC. 1 | I Start saving now with U.S. Savings Bonds. For the IarralmJaIgJ:ma n pamphlet, write U.S. Savings Bonds, Washington, ~ 20226. r~ T o SAVINGS A publ~ ~ervice of thi~ ~,spaper ll n lllllll m ll n n i nll I III I 1 I~ m | | James W. Ball is a Gilmer High to Vanhorn , = School graduate of 2001. tC~,,- ~._ ~ 1 After graduation, Jirmny joined the Corley Vanhorn, formerly of Glen- United States Army. He completed ville and now at Victoria Manor in Events oports Bar & Casinm boot camp, then attended infantry Buckhannon, celebrated his 95th ~ Re-O enin _~, SOON!!! | school, then went on to Airbourne bi y on July 22. infantry school. He spent the day opening 95 cards LIO1 W. Main Street Glenvflle, WV 462-7098 | On September 19, 2003, Jimmy sent as a surprise by friends and fam- "~lllllllllllllllllll~llll~ will graduate from one of the tough- ily and a special autographed picture est, the Army Rangers. from Rich Rodriguez of WV Univer- His parents, James and Rose Ball of sity. Cards were received from Ohio, Glenville, are very proud of his ac- Kentucky, Florida, Pennsylvania, complishments. New York and WV. Jimmy's parents also feel people Family and friends visited through- like Jack Persinger, AI Billips and out the week at Victoria Manor to MickeyMetzhelpedmoldJimmyint lbrate with Corley. At one poin the man he ~y~ : ,, ~ ~ w~ flee ~~ ~Mr. Congratulations, Jimmyt Vanhorns family together for the cel- ebration. We ought to do good to others Mr. Vanhorn appreciates everyone ronment Ill as simply as a horse runs, or a for their thoughtfulness. His 95th ~ experiences III bee inakes ~ or a vine bears birthday was truly a memorable event. grapes season after season with- He would like to thank the staff and ningupdated Ill out thinking of the grapes it has participation in the week-long cel- --Marcus Aurelias el,ration. .. For more information' I!t FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2003 COMMUNITY COOKOUT begins at 6:00 p.m. Hot dogs, buns and drinks provided. There will be games, a hayride, cake walk, and musical entertainment. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2003 10:00 a.m. Chili and Pie Contest 11 a.m. Horseshoes, Children's and Adult games 12:00 p.m. Lawnmower Race 1:30 p.m. Four Wheeler Rodeo (Adults and Kids divisions) 3:30 p.m. Bow Shoot 4:30 p.m. KOP Duck Race 5:30 p.m. Inside Gym Activities - Talent Show, Men's Pretty Legs Contest, Know Your Partner Game, Square Dancing ** Please note: If you are planning on par- ticipating in any event, please be there early because the events will begin as scheduled. Bring your lawnchair and enjoy the day. Fall Feeder Calf Sale Ritchie County Cooperative Marketing Assoc. Dates to Remember: Fri., Sept. 12, 2003 * Consignments Due Thurs., Oct. 2, 2003: *Take-In Day (8 a.m.-4 p.m.) Fri., Oct. 3, 2003: *Sale is 12:00 noon on Bunnell's Run Road near Harrisville Sale is open to anyone having calves that qualify for sale. No horns-no bull calves. Calves graded by WV Department of Agriculture graders. Consingment letter with sale details are available at Extension Offices in the region. All buyers welcome. For more information, contact Floyd Mahaney: 643.2543; or any board member: Richard Gorrell, Darren Shaffer, Larry Cokeley, Kevin Spurgeon, Don Nichols or Rod Layfield. I You Say: "! can't forgive my lf" God says: "! forgive you" (' l:g& R.mans 8:1) CARL E. NICHOLS, M.D. 20-22 East Main Street Olenville, WV Phone 462-8612 Morning hours by appointment Monday Through Friday 8 a.m. - Noon Evening and weekend Walk-in hours as follows: Saturdmy Date Hour~ Sept. 184-7 p.m. Sept. 194-9 p.m. Sept. 208-11 am. Date Sept. 21 1-3 p.m Sept. 22 4-9 p.m. Sept. 23 4-9 p.m. Sept. 24 6-9 p.m. GCHS HOMECOMING PARADE 2003 ENTRY FORM Gilmer County High School will be celebrating its 2003 Homecomi__ng Parade on October 3,2003. The parade will begin at 1:30 on Main Street in Glenville. The theme is "My Kind of Rain." The Gihner County Titans will be playing the Tygarts Valley Bulldogs at 7:30 p.m. at Morris Stadium. Name of Organization: Contact Persm : Phone Number: Type of Entry: (truck, float, etc. THERE ARE TO BE NO 4- WHEELERS!):_ Announcement to be made during the parade: Please return to GCHS Office by Wednesday, September 24, 2003 or contact Renee Ray at 462-7960.