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Page 2 --- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Sept. 25, 2003 ,!ii :i:i:i!i::iiiiiiii:il i:: i!: :i!ili:i i:,: 'DOG DAYS' BLUE RIBBON -- Although the Annual Farm Show took place during the "Dog Days" of summer (September 2-6), those extremely hot and humid days didn't burn out the high spirits of 4-H'er Samatha Marks, a 16-year-old Gilmer County High School sophomore from Stout's Mills. Ironically, her project was "Wiggles and Wags" -- an instructive project about how to take care of your dogs, especially boxers. "1 did this display in memory of my boxer, "Sadie," who didn't get to participate in this show as I had wanted her to do," Samatha, a member of the Cedarville Centurion 4-H Club, explains. Sadie would, no doubt, be proud of the Blue Ribbon effort of Samatha, too. (Staff photos by Dave Corcoran, Sr.) PIECED QUILT PRIZES -- Doris Gerwig Norman, of Normantown, took a Second Place for this beautiful Scalloped Bargello quilt. "It took me one month to quilt it, but this whole handicrafted project extended over a one year period," she describes, noting that quilting is fun and relaxing for her. Also, crocheting must be enjoyable for this lady who won a Blue Ribbon at the annual Farm Show for her crocheted table cloth. VEGGIE LOVER Billy Burke, of Titan Farms, smiles broadly as he proudly holds his "Medley of Vegetables" which won a Blue Ribbon atthe Farm Show. A long- time Sand Fork farmer and former state legislative leader, Billy currently serves as Risk Management Coordinator of the West Virginia Department of Agriculture. And, he's also a master gardener, with his wife, Marge, adding a valuable assist. EDA's community awards to be given to deserving Gilmer Countians The 2003 Gilmer County Economic Development Association's Commu- nity Awards will be given out at its THE END --- By the Farm Show's concluding day -- Sat. afternoon, Sept. 6, little Jenny Edmon was so tired that she rested her head on her father, Richard, the Huntington Bank branch manager in Harrisville. Richard, a Tanner resident who is very active in this Farm Bureau show annually, reports that over 150 people watched the cattle show that morning in the Agricultural Barn. "This Farm Show needs to be done because it promotes our rural heritage to other people," he affirms, noting: "It would be nice to have it in conjunction with a County Fair too." Oh, his seven-year-old daughter, Jenny, didn't walk away empty. handed either, winning a Blue Ribbon for raising the largest head of cabbage at the show. gala annual dinner at 6:30 p.m. on "A lot of folks have been working Tues., Nov. 4. hard in Gilmer County over this past Nominationsofdeservingindividu- year and previous years, so they de- alsand/orgroupsarenowbeingsought / serve to be publicly recognized," he by the EDA, according to Mr. Jim Fealy, the EDA's executive director. " explains. The award categories are as fol- lows: Gilmer Countian of the Year, Senior Services Outstanding Person(s) of the Year, Outstanding Business (or Business Person) of the Year, Out- standing Youth Services Person(s) of the Year, and Outstanding Commu- nity Volunteer of the Year. To write a letter of nomination, mail it to: Gilmer County EDA, Attn. Community Awards Nomination, P.O. Box 223, Glenville 26351. Support the Farm Show, Join the Gilmer Farm Bureau - Frten and Family Reminisce H. R. Marks Family celebrates The 23rd H. R. and Lulu Marks family reunion was held Jo Ann had a minute of silence in at the Recreation Building at Cedar Creek State Park Ralph, and read a story about a little boy. August 16, 2003. Wilbur talked about how he and Ralph had< It was a beautiful day but we missed Ralph and all the and said he had been talking to Ralph's soil others that were unable to be with us: Lucille, Harold, trading and that Ralph taught him well. ~,~ Evelyn, Maxine Roland's daughter, Donna Jean and Jim ,. , L_ J _ __.__ .,._. ~L..~ ~...a ~,,.,,,w~Angie Stewart w.as the auctioneer for the ~,~-~,"" McLaughlin and their families, banflra nag a prujc~: t~-t ~'~,"a'-' '-'~'~'~,~~ There was an abundant supply of good food. Eld. Roger Stewart gave thanks at the noon-day meal. Those present were Ernestine Hevener, Sandra Beall, families. She sold them at the auction. ..~__Y Geraldine Marks, WilburMarks, RetaMarks,FayMarks, Ernes,,tine had the l~gest collection of f .a~tll~e Tim Marks, Debbie Marks,Jack Garvey,Pat Marks,BonnieJimNoyd,Marks,Sr.,jo Ann for the ' Hall of Fame. ' Her parents, her chii~.~ga children andgreat grandchildren and a pencil,a, t,...,1 ~a Barbara Jean Garvey, ing of the old homeplace by a granddaughte:'r,~;;~, Hill, Marina Stewart, Roger Stewart, Angela Stewart, ~v~dr~O~;alaP~t, ngt ;f the homeplace Dy ,.~1~; Regina Stewart, Tyler Marks, Darren Marks, Warren Marks, Rachel Adams, Matthew Adams, Jennifer Russett, the ~-..,=ac( Rebecca Noyd, Jim Marks, Jr.. Wendy Giunta, Kayla JoAnn will be president'for next year at ! Giunta. James Smith. WILLIAMS FAMILY CELEBRATION - On August 17, the children of the late Russell and of Glenville enjoyed an evening together at the home of Paul and Denise Williams, of Tanner. were from left to right: Marjorie, Louise, Paul, Ronnie, Bonnie, Helen, Kathy, and Susan. Delmas are deceased. All but one are living in West Virginia, and four in Tt t me n several years that all eight siblings were able to get together, so Williams famil' they had a particularly wonderful reunion this year. Approximately 50 fam ly members there for the cookout and birthdays' celebration. . Housing Not enough room? See Us for your storage needsl Multiple sizes-- monthly rates 0 - 10xt 0 - *3S lOxl S - =4S 10x20 - *S$ new program improve the able housing. United's new USA Money Market rate. It's way up there. ~BANK WEST VIRGINIA'S BANK t A minimum deposit of $5,000.00 in money not currently on deposit is required to open. "The following balances will determine your Annual Percentage Y~ld (APY): $100,000.01 o~ above - 2.00% APY; $50,000.01 up to and includ- ing $t 00,000.00 - t .75% APY; $25,000.01 up to and including $50,000.00 - 1.50% APY; $10,000.01 up to and including $25,000.00 - 1.25% APY: up to and including $10,000.00 - .75% APY. 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