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Page 8 --. The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Nov. 20, 2003 II I I (1 I I !1 I I I I I I II GeraldineMarks 462-7477 II II I I I I I I II II I PAUL AND MARIE WHITE, HERMAN AND MARIE MARKS AND FAYE AND ERNEST LEE MARKS Marks Siblings meet in Colorado CEOS Nov. Meeting The Glenville CEOS met on No- vemberl l, 2003. Charlotte Shaffner presided over the meeting. Devotions were given by Ann Nicholson entitled, "Thank you God for Everything." Roll call was answered with what we are thankful for; 12 members were present. Secretary's report given by Nancy Bezrutch was read and approved. Holiday House will be held on De- cember 5 at the Recreation Center Coffee hour will begin at 9am. Our club is responsible for vegetable sal- ads and nametags. Lesson leader Wanda Reed talked about "What is a Quilt"? Quilts go back as far as 3400 BC through today. Material used included printed feed sacks, store bought material and even war uniforms. Wanda displayed quilts and spoke of the memories associated with them. Nancy Bezrutch hosted refresh- ments with a Thanksgiving theme to the following members: Lorene Hardman, Martha Harold, Ann Nicholson Pebble Pritt, Wanda Reed, Charlotte Shaffner, Gloria Snyder, Mossie Taggert Zella Rock, Maxine Clark, Jane Singleton and the hostess. Submitted by, Nancy Bezrutch, Sec- retary Pat's Pat included in my eolumn a l912 picture cause of the rising water. Coxls Mills Tail Twisters of Perry and Ella Dobbins Marks and The Northern Lights on Oct. 30 their three oldest children - Laura, caused some excitement. I remember Pare Loudin, Club Reporter Edna and Beatrice. seeing Northern Lights one other time. The picture above, taken some 90 They were white with some blue years later, includes the three young- streaks. I thought the Upper Two Run Tail Twisters hold their November meeting TIMOTHY KELLEY AND NORMA est and only surviving children of the hillside was on fire when I was driving President Cody Grogg called the a boy gift. Everyone bring finger food. PRAYER SKIT. _..,~ family. It was taken during a recent up Crooked Fork. When lgot home, meeting to order. The 4-H Pledge was We had 19 members and two Prayer Skit Presented, Wl trip toColorado to visitErnest Lee and the lights were over Cub Fork and I :said by the members. Devotions were Cloverbuds to attend this meeting. Fayewhoarelong-timeColoradoresi- realized what it was. The lights werea given by the Gordan gals. Treasurers We have a new County Agent now. BurnsvilleTimthy MethodistKelley' pastOrcharge,Of andthe Annsays sheHeath Illwi.'![l dents, deep rosy red, looking exactly like a report was read by leader Keith Cole. HernameisStacyHawkinsTheCoxs Norma Brown presented their skit on She also -,! The Colorado visit was timed to reflection of fire. It was voted on to have a Christmas Mills Tailtwisters would like to wel- prayer(seephoto)attheBraxtonSev- CindySniff - view the Aspen, a well-known Fall Last Saturday son Steven surprised Party on Dcember 14 at 3:00 p.m. come her aboard. scene in the Rockies. I understand the us with a visit. Son Tim, his wifeGirls bring agirl gift, and boys bring enth-day Adventist Church in Cogar, No.ve timing was perfect! Debbie and their son-in-law, Matt, - Gas a ay on Sabbath morning, No- Irene (Stut0 Herman and Marie live in were installing a dusk-to-dawn light Stewarts Creek vember. 15, which, fit in nicely with. Burnsville Higtl sS Parkersburg; Paul and Marie live in forme. I really like the light; I can see Evelyn Carson JrhnndRidpa?t St?enennP[aY::cil! ate vvWOtksa fll Elyria, Ohio.Theirround-tripdriveto to get to the house nights without Colorado covered some 3,000 miles, having bugs over my porch. L T 1' 1,3462-8828 ing," but actually talking to Someone she enjoy Herman, age 81, was the primary We had a discussion about the o o , when we pray. The choir came, too, Wanda Radifrs.. driver. He celebrated his glst birthday words; solstice and equinox in the Carson's j 'mtly vtstts and shared several wonderful songs Duane Kuhl's0SS in Colorado at the home of Steve Glenville State College physical with our congregation. Then, bless send. She an , (nephew) and Jeanie and their chil- therapy room with Kevin Boring and Evelyn Carson, daughterErmagean Ermagean, Tawney, andldrovethe their hearts, they all stayed for the andCorrinet.at"3j dren (Heidi, Holly and Perry) where his secretary and his patients. I looked and granddaughter Tawney attended high-waysandby-ways, taking in vari- Sabbath School which follows the Arnett that tbcYm the aboee picture was taken. Heidi, the words up and learned that the the sing at Cedar Creek. There were ous sites including the new F ..deral church service. (However, PastorTim lives in one of their twin daughters, baked a equinox a time in spring and fall fourteen of us. . Prison. DID say they almost didn t come when (One of those birthday cake for Herman. when days and nights are of equal Visiting Bonnie Drake and playing Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to I told him that we were not having south for the wil Perry and Ella were the proud par- length.I remember when wehadalate dominoes were Ivan and Virginia those who have lost their loved ones food that day. We had cancelled Fel- Huntington. It ents of a large family - six daughters spring snow, Mom often called it the Blake, daughter Ermagean, grand- and wishall those well whomay beill, lowship Dinner. He has a wonderful you, Irene.. and four sons. They were lifelong resi- equinotial storm, daughter Tawney, and myself. Also, I want to thank everyone who has sense of humor.) I hope some of the My cous!n:. other churches will invite them to Mary Lois (Wi dents of Upper Two Run. Also, life- Solstice is atime in spring and fall we visited Tressie Ramisch and faro- sent me cards and all the churches. Pr:atTt I~h~rsskit" Also, remember Iowa) that somC, u~ long members of the Crooked Fork when the sun is the farthest from the ily and again played dominoes. I also want to wish my daughter, Baptist Church. Their annual Perry equator. According to my dictionary, My son, Jewell, visitedmeone night Ermageane, a very Happy Birthday. u ille Methodist Church might like the Marks Family Reunion is held each this happens in June and December. this week. will be open all day Nov. "25 so that about Google.~ implemented a July at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Thanks, Ernest l. ee, for the interest- ing story about your family. What a nice family reunion! J remembe the Marks family. I also We all decided we were looking for spring and the lengthening of days, but that won't happen for awhile yet. My grandson Richard and family, whom I recently visited in San Diego, CA, have sorn ex g dayscoming up. Richie's wife, Jasmine, is a c ss- country racer and she will be running in Louisville, KY on Nov. 22. She runs for the Port Loma University in San Diego. Jasmine called me and told me. We are all excited. emher sons Porter, Paul, Herman d Ernest Lee were all in WWlI at the same time. I'm sure it was an anxious time for the family. We've had lots of rain. Water cov- ered most of our bottoms and washed down a lot of electric fence. School Stitching Post Embroidery saves the day LAURA STEELE AND JAMES BALL December chosen for nuptials Mr, and Mrs. Doyle Steele of Mr.BallisthegrandsonofMr.And Newnan announce theengagement of Mrs 'Gerry Ball of Grantsville and their daughter, Laura Ellen, to Mr. Mrs.ThelmaConley of Smithers, and James Wesley Ball, Jr., son of Mr. and the late Mr. John Conley. Mrs. James Wesley Ball, Sr. of Glen- Mr. Ball is a 21301 graduate of ville. Gilmer County High School in Glen- Miss Steele is the granddaughter of ville, and presently on active duty in Mr.andMrs. TedCofieldofNewnan the United States Army. Mr.Ballhas and Mrs. Buvenia Warren Steele of recently completed Airborne School Newnan and thelate Mr. Lewis Steele. and U.S. Army Ranger School. He is Miss Steele is a 2002 graduate of presently stationed at the U.S. Army Northgate High School and presently Ranger Training Facility at Camp attends North Georgia College and Frank D. Merrill in Dahlonega, Geor- State University where she is a stu- gin. dent in the Nursing School She is a A December wedding is being member of Palmetto Baptist Church. planned. you can go and partake of Holy Com- munion between the hours of 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. If you have a computer, you will certainly enjoy the presentation at IAfetalk, www. li f e talL ne t/2ndc omin g/ ee. html and www. l etalk, net~creation~ creation7.html - try them and let me know how you like them. Christina Lake gave me the follow- ing interesting information. George and Christina Lake announce that their son, Kevin Lake, was married to Amber Holcomb on August 15, 2003 at the Laronia Church in Mercer County. Amber is the daughter of Pastor Bobby and Verma Holcomb, who is a formerpastor of the Burnsville Methodist Charge. And then, their daughter Melissa and her husband, Mike Keener, presented them with a granddaughter, Eliza Pearl, on Sept 15 ! 7 pounds, 1 - 1/2 ounces, 21 inches long Christina also told me about .our new beauty shop and craft shop, 'Coun- try Pride and Craft and Hairdos.' Roberta Gerwig and Karen Jack axe in this combination on the Main Street in Burnsville, beside the Motel 79 They are open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, and on Saturday I0 a.m. to 1 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome. Check it out! Toni Wine writes that she will miss her two friends from the Health De- partment who are retiring and she wishes them a Happy Retirement and a Merry Christmas. These ladies are you can typ_. number into a and then their house, ul AI single persort, "2t his/her phone actually now where he/she are obvious and a hoax; MatXl_. St ; your house on Y 'i test whether yotlr mapped, god www.gooale. ot~ phone number 555-555-121 ) want to BLOCK ing your private", click on the te~ your phone nurtabd" hours to be remO~ unlisted phone ~.~, not be in there, !~tta: to check." .. Mark Mct.:at i , November 29. . ; card and surprise Many folks only as advisers, ltl TEN sermons (These are mote ol liners I received oa We and our so " 'are offto FloridS ily looking forward to the visit with our( and , i~ Open Hoi Sat. Nov 22, 9:00 a.m.-2:00 I Refreshments & Door pri off all Chris arrangements 462-8378 AIRPORT ROaD - StrrrON o 765-7225 3 Miles East of Glenville on Route 33 3ra AN Jewelry New & Used Guns Ammo Furniture Appliances Antiques Fishing Supplies Camper and Boat Storage & much, much more. 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday thru Sunday Sat., Nov. 22 Pig Roast Karoake and music Open at 4:00 o'clock Services at 6:30 p.r II II II I I -'-"1 by Harriet Whipkey I studied long and hard on it, but I knew there was no way on God's green earth that I could embroider the baby's name and date of birth on the quilt we were making. I'll take it to that shop on Main Street, I thought, the Stitching Post. I had heard they did custom machine embroidery. The piece was already quilted except for the border, leaving only about a 5- inch square free for the embroidery work. Difficult. I took it in. Dina Bush, owner and operator of the Stitching Post, met the challenge without batting an eye. "Sure," she said. Wow/I thought. Seated at what looked like a PC, she keyed in the name and date I wanted on the quilt corner, then she asked for my input on the style (font) the em- broidery would be done in, as well as the placement and size of the letter- ing. She hit buttons and on the moni- tor I could preview the various choices. That's what she means by "custom," folks. Then we discussed color. Dina sug- gested the embroidery be done in a green to pick up the greens in the quilt top. I had come in thinking pink, as that's what the border color was, but I could see immediately that she was right. I left the quilt and my choices with Dina, and I was delighted with the results when I picked it up a few days later. Next, I thought maybe she could help me with another little problem I had. You see, I have a favoritepink sweatshirt that, unfortunately, I had gotten ink spots on. I took it in. "An- other dilemma, Dina," I said, and ex- plained. I had with me a favorite scarf that I intended to wear with the sweatshirt, and Dina matched the colors in the scarf to the two butterfly designs I selected. It worked beautifully! The butterflies covered the ink spots, matched the colors in the scarf, and I had a new ensemble to wear to Myrtle Beach;, An added advantage to having Dina customize the weatshin is Denim jacket with American eagle design to be won in November 19 drawing. Dina f'n'st opened for business in her home on Alice Road on July 19, 1999. She moved into her current location at 106 E. Main Street, Glenville, on November 19, 2002. "People followed the machine tfi the door," she recounts, "so I opened a week before I was officially ready." It's a tribute to Dina's sense of humor and calm demeanor, that she didn't shoo them away. Being on Main Street makes the shop much more acces- sible and that, she says, has helped her business tremendously. "There is an advantage to owning a business in a small town," she said. "I know my customers. I usually know what they want when they walk through the door. Or, if it's a design for a family member, I usually know who that person is -- I know what they like-- and I can make suggestions." People often call her and discuss a particular design they'd like, She laughed as she said, "I tell them to put the design a little closer to the phone!" The Stitching Post Embroidery shop. will be holding Open House, starting November 1. Stop in and sign for a chance to win a denim jacket, with the awesome American eagle machine- embroidered on the back. Drawing will he held on November 19. that I know for certain that I will not catch anyone else wearing the same thing. Beat the businesses who don't believe in advertising! Call your hometown newspaper today! \