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ireg ), tO cer- "am- .y a, ,) ;. A trvi, ] by nior Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville 354-6162 7 I L tlah Lted ith " 10. rch tro- 10, ian gh- let. ion B. a-'ic da W. t. R. R. 4n J. S. ill ey en ly ur Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004 -- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 7B I II t MEMBERS OF THE MESSY GLUE BOTTLE GANG: 1 = row- Shayna Maxwell, Savanna Puckett, Alex Jones, Ma on Helmick, Morgan Crouch, and Tanner McCollum. 2 row- Matthew Self, Cady Somerville, Dakota Radcliff, Lexi Wade, Chris Williams, Courtney Tweedie (peeking over), Dylon Helmick, and Brady Gum|. Troy Kindergarten Celebrated the Letter H with Hats and Horses Together the class wrote this story with H words and later made their own illustrations. ......................................................................................... Horse Race One bright, sunny Saturday morning, Henry and Halley went to feed the horses. Henry got the hay and Halley got the grain. They decided to go for a ride. Over the hill they went, racing toward the apple tree. Halley won! Henry got bucked off his horse. He laid in the grass and yelled "Help, I'm hurt!" Halley rode home to get Mom and Dad. They took Henry to the hospital. Luckily, Henry was not hurt badly. On the way home, they stopped for hamburgers, hotdogs, and ice cream. ......................................................................................... Later that afternoon, they rode around the school, in every room, to share their day. Yeehaw! ! I I I II I Give Them A Cheer! Ashley and Lacey Peterson, daughters of Phillip and Mary White Peterson of Waynesburg, PA, recently competed with their cheerleading squads at the King Coal Cheerleading Competition on Aug. 23 in Charmichaels, PA. Fourteen-year-old Ashley cheers for the Waynesburg Raiders Varsity Squad. Her squad won Overall Varsity and Overall Best Stunt in their division. Nine-year-old Lacey cheers for the Waynesburg Little League B Squad. Her squad won Overall High Point in their division. Both girls are the granddaughters of Gerald and Ruth White of Baldwin and Marilyn and Lowell Peterson of Glenville and the great granddaughters of Dor- othy Peterson of Glenville. Ashley Peterson f I I I I I l i I l m l m i i aim ~im m m lii llm N ~ 2 DAY GLA I Weston Armory - Weston, WV I Sat. Oct. 23 @ 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM & I Sun. Oct. 24, @ 1:00 PM To ??, 2004 | ALEX JONES CARLY J CHRIS I | Directions: From 1 79, (Exit 96, South Weston) | I.= get off and follow signs 1 mi. to sale site. ! .,1A New mim m i ~ m mmm mim n mmlim mmimmmmmimmim mmm mm m3000 Plus Pcs. of collectible glass from a variety of | | makers in all shapes, sizes, and colors. | Every autumn, the Mountain State , SATURDAY | comeSopportunitiesalive withto seeClrsomeandofPrvidesthe best |25 Dunbar 1930 s Pitchers w/Lids**20+ Lemonade Pitchers | 1"'25+ Window Pitchers**27 Pcs. Fenton (1973 Lime | will be no exception. Division ofFor-fall foliage in the country. This year iGreen) ** 100+ Other Fenton Pcs.**50+ Blenko Pcs.**i estry officials say leaves appear to be i30+Pilgrim Pcs.**20+Paper Weights**35+ Art Glass ! turning colors more slowly than in Decanters**Hobbs pitchers!2)**2Glass Canes made by recent years, but they assure the pub- ! John Pertz(Local)** 100+ 7 Glass Blocks**Weston Glass, | lic that when the colors do change, 'Crackle, Cobalt,Northwood (some signed)** Kanawha, I they will be breathtaking. Although jack Frost usually gets =Cambridge, Carnival, Morgantown, Beaumont, Pennsboro credit for the changing leaves, the | Pitchers, S&P, Depression, 60 Pcs, Red Ruby, Animal | scientific reason for fall foliage is a I Collection, Hammers, Ladles, Desk Set, Am. Fostoria Plates | process called ' photoperiodism." As | w/Stickers(6 Am. Milestone), Tiffin, Louie, New | the sun moves further south, the hours |Martinsville, and more. | of daylight shorten and the tempera- tures fail. This causes leaves to cease | SUNDAY | production of chlorophyll, thechemi- 185 Pcs. Heisey(Lariat)**350+ Pcs. Black Glass & Amethyst | cal that colors leaves green. As the |*'60 Pc Service for 6(Amber Madrid)**And any glass held I chlorophyll disappears, the underly- Iver from Saturday. i ing colors oftheleaves are unmasked. | NOTE: This is 30 yrs. of collectible glass from the home of | The next strongest pigment becomes Roy & Doris White of Glenville, WV For more than 30 yrs, | dominant, givingthe leaves a 'new" | . . " color. iRoy & Dons White have collected blown glass from aI Typically, leaves at higher eleva- i variety of makers in many shapes and most colors. Several i tions turn more quickly than thosein ipieces have been photographed, and appear in glass books, lower areas.Atthis time, peak color Whites are also interested in glass history and are ! ranges from 5-50% across West Vir- The ,'charter members of the WV Museum of American Glass | ginia. Following are some suggested I driving routes and/or areas to visit: .=of Weston, WV. Don't miss this sale if you are a glass The Richwood area of Nicholas _i collector. All glass is clean and only 4 or 5 pcs. have min. County is near 50% peak color. A I damage. [ drive along Rt. 39 and Route 55 from I There will be a viewing on Friday Eve. From 6:00 to 8:00 Richwood over Kennison Mountain pro. | should be worth the trip. Higher elevations of Randolph Coun ty are at 45 % peak color. A dri ve east along Rt. 33 should be spectacu- lar. Dogwood and sumac trees are now peaking in the northern part of the State. Avoid traffic and take any back farm road in Marion, southern Marshall, Taylor, Tyler and Wetzel Counties to see those trees at peak. For more information about fall foliage, visit the Division of Forestry's website at, www.wvforestry.com. I Visit our Web Site for pictures | I www.dickgraffauction.com I | AUCTIONEER: Dick L. Graft | | Burnsviile, WV. **'304-853,2342"**WV Lic. 882 | | Sale is inside w/Food & Parking | | Terms: Cash or Auction Apprv. Check w/POS. ID(Drivers | | Lic. REQ). No Buyer's Premium. | I Announcements on Day of Sale, | | take precedence over all printed material.| Not responsible for accidents at sale site. ~ mm mm un ~ m m i m mm m mim iN l m mmm n m SOMERVILLE ! WILLIAMS o, EDITH KATHLEEN GAlL FRAME BARKER Gall Frame, 80, of Baldwin Corn- Edith Kathleen Barker, 89, of|unity, Glenville, departed this life Hardy, VA, formerly of Gilmer Co. at 7:40 pro, Thur., Oct. 14, 2004 at departed this life at 1:45 pro, Thur., Camden Clark Memorial Hospital in Oct. 14, 2004 at Brian Center Nursing Parkersburg, following an extended Care in Fincastle, VA following an illness. extended illness. Born June 1, 1924 in Braxton Co., BomJulyT, 1915 in Hardman Fork, son of the late Okey Frame and Gilmer Co., daughter of the late Cecil Luvern.a Stump Frame. G. and lla Kelley Davis. Mr. Frame was a devoted father Mrs. Barker was a homemaker, and and grandfather. He worked for the enjoyed quilting and gardening. Mrs. city in Albion, IN and for the State Barker was a member of the Haleville Road in Gilmer Co. Mr. Frame was a Union Mission Church in Weston. member of Glenville First Baptist She was united in marriage to Roy Church. Barker on Dec. 18, 1937 who pre- HewasunitedinmarriagetoLenora ceded her in death January 30, 1995. Nichols in 1954 who preceded him in Surviving is one daugher, Elaine death Nov. 12, 1970. Arbogast and husband, Don of Surviving are three sons, David Roanoke, VA; one son, Russell D. Frame of Spencer; Wayne Frame of Barkerand wife, Ann of Wilmington, Parkersburg; Joe Frame of Glenville; NC; five grandchildren, Rebecca two daughters, Martha Nichols of Barker of NY; Benjamin Barker of Walton;MildredHeilemanofAibion, NC; Mark, Nathan and Wesley IN; 11 grandchildren, 7 great grand- Arbogast of VA; two great grandchil- children, 4 step grandchildren, 8 step dren, Sydney and Liliana Barker of great grandchildren; two sisters, NC; three sisters, Ruby Davis Marsh Tressie Ramsch of Baldwin; Bidie of St. Albans; Madeline Davis Jordan Love of Buckhannon. of Charleston; Jean Davis Kennedy Mr. Frame was preceded in death of MI. by two sons, Jonn Frame, infant son, Mrs. Barker was preceded in death and four brothers. by two brothers, Wayne Davis and Funeral services were conducted Cecil Davis Jr.; one sister, Teresa on Oct. 17, at the Ellyson Mortuary, Davis Manley. Inc. Glenville. Rev. Robert Nicholas Funeral services were conducted officiated. Burial followed in the on Oct, 17, at the Ellyson Mortuary, Crooked Fork Cemetery at Perkins. Inc., Glenville. Rev Gum officiated. Burial followed in the Otterbein Cem- etery. V Proud to serve Gilmer County since 19s Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offedng Computer Design Fit. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 i i I ii I| I II DON'T LET YOUR CHILD "FALL" , BEmNI~.~N~I~ ',~ ,; Did you know that by the time a child reaches 15 months old he should have already received 4 sets of shots.. CALL: Gilmer County Health Department:462-7351 We will help you update your Child's Immunizations at NO COST. ab l~lmm I~ f~a~l la i~t m~ar aa Almma~ ~ [ $: ~ Yi~tala IMamama fllmli .-a Item TO SUN., Oct., 17 thru SaL, Oct. 23. , 1733-153 oz box, SdectdVirietie l l' 14 .l$.250zcu,'SdeadYark [ l'28ozboxl Sel tl i Varieties Duncan Hines [ 1. ,oC II Ban ul,t. q , Cake Mix ;let I Fam=lyEntrees ,o, I! II ............. 7a~llIOZ box ....... 64 oz btl,, Selected Varieties US No-1, All Nri)0~., $'lb"l~ ..... Kn~fl ~;~anay D ~light hlahc, Macaroni & Cheese ?,ibrus Punch Potate~s 2 for 88 ,, 81BI~Z~ ...... !~8 I 12ozpkg, SeleetedVarieties Superior's merrill ~I~~'] F]-ankies 138 ea Drawing will be held on or about Dec. 1, 2004 with winner notified 14, 2004 For daffy mea/ specials, call Food/and Deli at 462-4064 Sale in effect while supplies last. No rain checks will be issued.