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I Page 4B -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Oct. 28, 2004 GSC'S TOP OFFICIALS -- Riding proudly in the 2004 Glenville State College Homecoming Parade on Sat., Oct. 16 were College President Robert Freeman and First Lady Sandy Freeman. GSC's first couple didn't want to exclude, Ellie, either, so their cute puppy was taken along for the exciting ride, too. (Staff photo by Debble Huffman, Glenville State College Business Dept. intern) II i i i i JoAnn Woodyard 462-7093 iii ii i m 4-Her's Stay Busy Katrina and Lindsey came down girl. for a few days last week; they at- Phyllis Marks called and told me tended her Homecoming at Wesleyan she and Hanna really had a great time College at Buckhannon. Those corn- at Elkins last week a couple of days. ing to visit them were Tanya Isenhart Connie Boggs went to Anwar's and Duretha Mowery. clinic and had cataract surgery on one The 4-H had a busy day a couple of of her eyes and will have the other one Saturdays ago. They made a kettle of done soon. apple butter in spite of the rain and We are glad to hear Eva Marks is hail. Thanks go out to Kenny and Pam home from the hospital and doing Mohr for bringing a big tent and put- much better. ting it up for us. We also worked on Visiting Emylea Shields recently recycling m and crafts, we did not get were Faye Workman and her mother our pick up and flower planting done of Gassaway, Darlene Isenhart of due to the weather, which we will do Clarksburg, daughter Melissa and later, daughter of Sand Fork, also Duretha Marry Smoot was up to her Mowery. They stirred off a kettle of daughter's in Ohio visiting for a few apple sauce. Wayne and I helped a days. little while. I hear Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson Our sympathy goes out to the Frame and baby girl visited Pat Stout and family on the loss of their loved one. others in the county. He is a former My 4-H club appreciates all you Cedarville resident. Congratulations who supports us and help with our go out for the birth of their new baby recycling project. + I M argot et R ad cliff 462-8250 Visitors, and more visiting Time is passing too fast, and I am cards. She also enjoys playing domi- getting farther behind, noes. I am not sure who wins the most I, age$0u +d time t0Maxine Blanche or Linda ...... B~h~r'anci visit with'Btan~ ' I haVebeenkcepingJay and Jimmy :and L ndaCox. busy doing fix-up jobs. Michael has Maxine Burkhamer, Judy and been helping, also. Argil is playing it Rymer Matthews took a trip to visit smart; he is staying in Ohio. Argil will with Maxine's sister, Imogene and be in for a weekend soon to do some RY Huffman and family" Maxine said hunting. she had a good time and saw several There were only 19 at Mt. Earnest of her nieces and nephews. Sunday. Attendance was really down. Blanche is holding her own and Hope e-veryone has a safe and happy enjoys company and phone calls and Halloween. II ii i College students: Don't forget to vote in the Tues., Nov. 2 General Election/ Endorses the Following National John F. Kerry - President John Edwards - Vice President State Alan B. Mollohan - Congressman Joe Manchin HI - Governor Ken Hechler - Secretary of State Glen B. Gainer, IH - Auditor John Perdue - Treasurer Gus R. Douglas - Comm. of Agriculture Darrell McGraw - Attorney General Warren McGraw - Supreme Court Bill Sharpe - State Senate William "Bill" Stemple. House of Delegates Brent Boggs - House of Delegates Local. Lane Smith - Circuit Clerk Larry Chapman - County Commissioner Beverly Marks - County Clerk Gerald Hough - Prosecuting Attorney Mickey Metz - Sheriff Gary Wolfe - Assessor Carol Reed Wolfe - Magistrate Robert W. Minigh. Magistrate Charles "Rick" Sypolt - Surveyor We urge everyone to cast your ballot! Think for yourselves and don1 believe all the misinformation! Paid for by the GCH$ Young Democrats Club. Janet Anderson, Treasurer. United Way Evelyn Carson 462-8828 Note Clora Murphy went Saturday to werespendingthedayatthehospital Parkersburg to her granddaughter with CozettaFarris at the Stonewall wedding. Jackson Hospital. Maria Huddleson and Marge Smith Renowned Buckhannon glass art- ist Ron Hinlde of Hinkle's Dying Art Glassworks has handcrafted more than 200 ornaments for the Third Annual Winter Wonderland Fundraiser to support the United Way of Upshur County. The ornaments are on display and lnatl are available for purchase at several Blackwater contest announced area businesses including First Com- " munity Bank, Bank One, Associates Friends of Blackwater Canyon in- 8" x 10" color print. Photos may be ' for Women's Health and Hinkle's vires you to participate in thelandscape or vertical orientation. Dying ArtGlass. The ornaments sell Blackwater Canyon Photo Contest. Prints should be matted and mounted for $15 each. $250 in cash prizes. For entry catego- on foam core. "We are once again thrilled to have ties, rules and deadline information, 4. Photographs become property of these beautiful pieces from Hinkle's visit or call Friends of Blackwater and cannot be Dying Art Glass' to help raise funds toll free, 1-877-WVA-LAND. returned, that will support the 22 agencies that CategoriesareWildlifeandBotany, 5. A short description of the photo, receive funding through the United Recreation, Landscapes/Vistas. including location, on an 8 1/2" x 11" Way of UpshurCounty," said Melody Entries will be accepted until No- sheet of paper must accompany the Burch, executivedirectoroftheUnited vember 15, 2004. NO ENTRY FEE. photo. Way of Upshur County. "The orna- Guidelines: 6. Individuals may enter as many merits make terrific gifts for neigh- 1. All entries should be accompa- photographs as they wish. Open to all + bors, coworkers and employees, and nied by: name, address, phone num- ages. by purchasing them you are helping ber, e-mail, image title, equipment Judges: David Fattaleh, Bruce to suppon local agencies. What better and technique used. No signatures or Haley, Amout Hyde Jr., Steve Payne, gift than one of beauty and service?" identifying marks should appear on Steve Shaluta Jr. This is the third year for the orna- the front of the entry. Winners will be selected from each ment fundraiser and this means re- 2. Photographs must be taken in the category; a Grand Prize winner will cipients of the ornaments are building Blackwater Canyon Area of Tucker be chosen. Grand Prize: $100; Cat- quite a collection. County, WestVirginia. (Photographs egory Winners: $50 each. Dates of "The ornaments from Hinkle's should highlight the unique highland public display will be announced at a Dying Art Glassworks are limited landscape in or near the Canyon, later date. For additional information edition pieces, designed by Ron Blackwater Falls State Park, and on pleasecalh 1-877-WVA-LAND.Mail Hinkle specifically for this event," the northern or southern rims of the entries to 501 Elizabeth Street, Room Burch said. "The ornaments are col- Canyon.) 3, Charleston, WV 25311. lectors' items and those who receive 3. Entries must be submitted as an them are able to add to their collection each year." Hinkle has designed and produced the ornaments each year and plans to continue to do so in the future. "We are very pleased to be able to pa icipate in such a worthy cause," Hinkle said. "The United Way, and the member agencies they help to support, provide such greatly needed services in our community, that we are glad to offer our pieces as part of their annual fundraiser." To purchase an ornament from the United Way of Upshur County, con- tact the United Way at 304-472-2021. The sale runs through Dec. 24, or while supplies last. With more than 30 years of experi- ence in the glass industry, Ron Hinkle has become one of West Virginia's most accomplished and celebrated glass artists. His commitment to the history of glass and traditional tech- niques has earned him the respect and honor of his peers throughout the coun- try. From his Dying Art Glassworks studio in Buckhannon, Hinkle's glass is shipped throughout West Virginia, to more than 30 states and around the world. For more information about corpo- rate gift sales or fundraisers for your organization, contact Hinkle's Dying Art Glassworks by calling 304-472- 7963. A Vote FOR the School Levy Is a Vote FOR Education And a Vote FOR OUR CHILDREN! Please show your support Endorsed by the Glenville of Gilmer County Children. Elementary PTO members IIII I I I lll Ill Ill PLEASE CAST YOUR VOTE ON NOVEMBER 2 We endorse and support Democrat candidates. John F. Kerry - President Alan B. Mollohan - Congessman Joe Manchin, HI - Governor Ken Hechler - Secretary of State Glen B. Gainer, HI - Auditor John Perdue - Treasurer Douglass - Commissioner of Agriculture Darrell McGraw - Attorney General Warren McGraw- Supreme Court Bill Sharpe - State Senate William "Bill" Stemple - House of Delegates Brent Boggs - House of Delegates Lane Smith - Circuit Clerk I.an3' Chapman - County Commissioner Beverly Marks - County Clerk Gerald Hough - Prosecuting Attorney Miekey Metz - Sheriff Gary Wolfe - Assessor Carol Reed Wolfe - Magistrate R. W. Minigh - Magistrate Charles "Rick" Sypolt- Surveyor Paid tot by die CAlmer C_,omm/Democratic Executive Committee Bob Radabaugh, Treasurer II r, Ill I I O