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Page 2 -- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Sept. 25, 2003 O i ii!!~!~!/ii~ili!i~ilTi~i!i!~ii! !!~i~i ~:i ~ili~il ~!/ iiii i CHECKING IN -- As one walks into the Wesley-Arbuckle Center to give blood, local Bloodmobile volunteers, Mary Lou James (second from right, seated) and Louella Stalnaker (far right), cheerfully greet each donor and ask them to read a short booklet about who should and shouldn't give blood. Reading the booklet are from left to right (standing): Joey Belcher, a Glenville State College freshman majoring in psychology from Pinch, and Sarah Bosworth, another freshman who is majoring in elementary education from Ravenswood. At this most recent Wed., Sept. 10 Bloodmobile, Sarah comments, "1 give every 4-to- 6 months because I have a rare type of blood (A+) that they (the blood bank) usually need." (Staff photos by Dave Corcoren, Sr.) THE CANTEEN --- Once a donor gives his or her pint of blood, a canteen awaits them, being well stocked with refreshments. Here, local Red Cross volunteers, Vonda Kuhl (left, standing) and Bloodmobile Manager Kay Miller (right, standing) joke with Visiting Professor of Mathematics Mark Ellis of Glenville State College. Professor Ellis is a regular donor. Although over 60 people came out to donate on September 10, only 54 could do it, so the local Red Cross encourages even more people to attend future Bloodmobiles and to sign up to. _ ve. r ' STUDENTS TAKING A BREAK L.._ On a recent fall day on Linn Street, two affable Glenville State College students could be seen enjoying the pleasant breeze and taking a rest on the wall at the GSC Alumni House. Dustin Householder (I-r), a sophomore from Charles Town, W.Va., and Justin Campbell, a sophomore from New York City, chat about this year's football season. Both play football, they say. (staff photos by Dave Corcoran, Sr.) Historic Hospital's weekend tours Constructed in the 1860s, the Old Weston State Hospital, which has been closed for over a decade, is a rare landmark, being the largest cut-stone building in the United States. Unfortunately, it has been occa- sionally vandalized since being va- cated by the state's Department of Mental Health. On the other hand, a Lewis County preservation coalition is trying to save the building by publicizing its rich historic heritage via weekend tours. It's open Sat., 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and Sun., noon-3 p.m. . The general public is encouraged to vts~t and to take the modestly-priced tour. Many residents of Gilmer County worked at this once large and thriving mental institution. -- Friends and Fctmify Remirffsce ~ 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 Ral It was a beautiful day but we missed Ralph and all the and said he had been talking to Ralph's others that were unable to be with us: Lucitle, Harold, trading and that Ralph taught him well. Evelyn, Maxine Roland's daughter, Donna Jean and Jim Angie Stewart was the auctioneer for McLaughlin and their families. Sandra had a project that she had been There was an abundant supply of good food. Eld. Roger over two years: two picture collages of Stewart gave thanks at the noon-day meal. parents and all their children, the Those present were Ernestine Hevener, Sandra Beall, families. She sold them at the auction. Geraldine Marks, WilburMarks, RetaMarks, FayMarks, Ernestine had the largest collection off. Tim Marks, Debbie Marks, Pat Marks, Jim Marks,Sr., for the "Hall of Fame." Her parents, Barbara Jean Garvey, Jack Garvey, Bonnie Noyd, Jo Ann children and great-grandchildren and a Hill, Marina Stewart, Roger Stewart, Angela Stewart, ing Regina Stewart, Tyler Marks, Darren Marks, Warren and an original painting of the hot Marks, RachelAdams, Matthew Adams, Jennifer Russett, Morgan of Roane County. Rebecca Noyd, Jim Marks, Jr., Wendy Giunta, Kayla JoAnn will be president for next Giunta, James Smith. :i WILLIAMS FAMILY CELEBRATION - On August 17, the children of the late 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 Gilmer County. time in several years that all eight siblings were able to get together, so Williams famil they had a particularly "wonderful" reunion this year. 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