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, 1 } Thursday, December 19, 1991---The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder---Page:7 County Future Farmers i B / - --- Nominations" for excellence in i: /Logretha Keesecker 462-8503 -~ -- • . -- • . i~ ational FFA convenhon - --- --------------- math and soence teaching sought Well iLs almost that time again for Shelia Minney stopped at the auc- the bells to ring and sleighs to run. tion house and visited with me. Those Excellent kindergarten recognition a $7500 erant for Santa is leaping in bounds and jumps children ofC/ark Minneys are clo through twelfth grade sciencethe t-- --- t- -- -S .... ' ' ':'- ' to deliver all the things the children to my heart. £ miss their father very d mathematics .... h 'rs . sonora, aria many an . tcac c , ma other gifts and leadership oppor- i doWritenotf°rletinthemtheirforgetletters'theBUtreasonParentSwe rUCvheel close when we nominated from nov, through tunities. celebrate Chnstma.s. For on that day C "harlesa dNor'rnaRutherfordhas f'cb ary !4. 1992, to bc consld- To be eligible, a teacher must our savior was born. called since I come home from the corcc] !or a vrcs)ucntlal/ waro r! r have worked five years or more Had a real nicc get well card and hospital wanting to help me. That's Lxcc!lcncc in 3c cncc anu . aam- in a public or private school letter from Jean Rhincs who lives in what neighbors and friends' are for. emaucs qcacn rig. ..... ~';"" ,"": ..... or mamematms" " + Florida. Sure do miss her and Rich- Pauhne Jones will be going to The White House• . in a pro- at least, iaalfti ,,. ,,,,.. ard. Good friends are hard to find. Charleston Friday to pick up her son gram administered by the Na- Nominations can be made m, Had a nice talk with Alvin Reed Rick, He will spend Christmas with tional Science Fc und: lic n v,,|| ,, , "a ............... '" a COllea'---e ------" " - - recently, he calls quite often to find • ecognize two elementary and ent student b .... them r ' E,u , aumlrnstrator, par- out how we are, or comes up to see us. Wilma Hem is busydoing her work ,w ,.., .... a ...... ; ........ , "_ .... , , 3, ~,, y ~t.,cH~.c ~Ju .,,m~- or b" art"one famili-- "":" ~- Hazel Stump and I attended our which is spreading the Gospel by em-- - " " " : y .. w.. n .... aiICS teachers in each state teacher's ahill,i,~c ,~,.,n church Sunday and Sunday night The mourn and nelome everyone she can ... " .... " . " ........... u ,,t,t- .- --. " . this year..he tcacncr are man . . : Church of God. contacc. Praylnz_ for the• sick, deliver- . , "., . , , ,, , .ce Apphcauons from teach:- Mrs. Rhoda Turner is having a ing cards and offenng help when juaged on knowtcugc" 01 crs In urban areas and from his, hard time fighting the flu bug. needed, science or matnemaucs, and tnc r, to rical l--y un -ue rr-epresentcu-:' ersl.tor.MichaelRadcliff, ScottFurr, DennyHardman, Rex says hello to his favontebar, abilities in communicating mcsc groups as well as middle/:unioi: er, James Moore and Bobby Wilson. ber Jim. Francis is still in the .south where it subjects.... to thei r students hir,-h ........ teachers, are Jespe- Eva Riggs and her son Mike vis- is warm The lucky dog The Presidential Award in- ciall" cnc .... .... y " "uurageo. nominate r County Future willbrightenourcountr3, formanv ited with Jean and Clement Riggs of Cary and Irene Langford will be eludes an expense-paid trip for a teacher write' PAE MT erica (FFA) Chap- years tO comc." President bush Glenville. They live in Vienna. going for a doctors appointment on the teacher and a guest, to Wash-. Berw"ny "Koaa, ira" - vtoor,::" -, t=m. at six members to received the Outstanding Amcri-Bull Run is real shiny this year. Tuesday. Their daughter Bettyington. DC. local and national lc ,c Park nvan Christmas every where. Drive upand woolter taJ es mem. Jne r aaugnter- ............... hal FFA Convcn- can Award from Mark Timm, Iook at Carol Beanes and Betty Byrd. in-law Lena May Langford of Hun- _ dlyin Kansas CityNational FFA President. YourcyeswillpopatLarryKenncdy's tmgton visited with them this past |! "L/ town r .... /Z ...... -,- ....... ; ............ ng the wcck FFA " Other featured speakers at the and Kevin Hem. AI~ Richard and " -- " | p • p zm~ng w~tn aown m~rne servzce ffom the heart of West V~r ma. " dsuchsitesasDay-convention were Miss America RobenJones. Light.s and more tights. 3unaay. ] ' ]i aSeMuseum Day- Carolyn Suzannc Sapp; country Have you ever been to Don andHarvey Ball decided he needed a | 1-800-675-2032 354-6159 [| lianapolis Motorcomc Jian Jcrrv Clowcr; Jack: Wilda's Auction on Main Street in deer, but went about it the hard way [ t| ianapolis, lr liana; Pamell, forrnerigcputvSecretarv Glenville? They have some nice pre. Tore up his new car. 11 I ] l| 3, Spnngficld, Illi- of Agriculture; and motivational nts and a good place to visit with Eveyone take care and look up. | ix" eo k..,lay l ress tl PIqlNqING St Twain's Cave speakers Scott McKain, Captain your friends. Wilda is most cordial The Lord will return some day soon. I': -1.~ - '~ "' : " " [| Ouri; Agriculturai Gerald Coffee, Vietnam prisoner you always have a welcome to Maybe this Christmas, wouldn't it be | "-= ............ ::=- ------ [1 rest on one ot their chairs,wonderful. I ~I1~,[~'~ [ t~OVTt I BOX 10~ I! and the Americanof war and Dave Roever who was ! "/ ! ,,I : x-rsvll.LE wv 11 Kansas City, Mis- seriously wounded in Vietnam. co Those from the Gilmer County i -. ~-- !:~ ~ tree pickup and delivery at The Clenville Democrat 11 • nventiOnGeorgein BushKan 64thFFA ChapterNationalinFFAattendanCeconventiontO the Around The Kitchen Table/Geraldine Marks II were Scott Purr, Bobby Wilson, Denny Hardman, Brad Burkhamer, James Moore, Mike Radcliff and the new advisor, David Richmond. In a speech that points, Bush "bringing so exchangc friendships that News/Norma Collins 354-6054 News mother his wife Lillian Monnie .says fine this winter. Shelly Morris has been at home with the flu. She has been very sick. I guess several people are sick. Cal- houn General Hospital is almost run- ning over with sick people. Paul Goodrich Jr. is back home doing very well after being stabbed in News care of her the back. His father who upset a farm in a hospital Her par- health. They live all his family seems to be Says he is feeling tractor on himself a while ago is im- proving some but has a long way to go before he can work again. Sandy McCumbers is back home from United Hospital, Clarksburg after under go- ing major surgery. Larry and Sherry Snider have moved into their new home in Stump- and her husband I can hardly believe it is almost Christmas time. My how time llies. Ftocla White has been visiung her family in Ohio. She vasited her Kenneth, while he was in the hospital. She stayed a few days with her daugh- ter, Marjone, and ate Thanksgiving dinner with J une's daughter, Kim, and family. She also attended a birthday party for Kim's two year old daughter. Floda visited her daughter, June, and family and Ray's brother, Denver White, and his wife Helen. Floda is back home and quilting some. Her rheumatism doesn't let her quilt a.s much as she would like to. Our next door neighbor about a mile and half down the road, Thural Williams, had surgery a few weeks ago but is getting "along real good. He has already been down working in his garage. Thural and his wife have drilled a well and built a nice cellar and well house down on their farm. Last week when I was grocery Since I'm coming up a little short on news 1 thought you might like onc of Ralph's memories. He remembers when Emery Allen had the only radio around and everyone went to Emer/s to hear Joe Louis fight. I remember going to our neighbor Phil Clowsefs to hcar the returns of the Roosevelt, Landon election. It was the first time I'd ever been up until midnighL These radios were run on batterys, electric didn't come to Crooked Fork until after WWII. Our children "al- ways had electric and Mike and Steven both remember being at a sale at Shirley Perrine's or Slab Camp and seeing a gasoline motor hooked to a generator to charge their radio bat- tery. They were fascinated. I got a letter from Agnes Minney Hullman. She sent me the address of Barrie Minney. His hobby is tracing the Minney family history. He sends outa newsleuer every six months. He shopping in Glenville l was balancing says sometimes Minney is spelled town. They are helping Sandy with a box on top of my grocery cart. One Minny, Minnie, Mynell and Miney. BobSamples her work and taking care of her son a.s or two people ask if I needed some The name probably originated in Long came up to her done yet. readers, Mary Young, held the door tx u. ne would hke to hearfr6m Lenna Stump open for me. When I got outside the other Minney family history tracers. usual. Friday y. Ger- Put his yard tools s our out building is range. i gin Grantsville. The way to the court quarrel. The man t shot himself while tn. They both ealth-Net to I have no incident. tions to the an- drive of t balance of king recent United Na- L. Rhoades Livestock Report The following prices were paid at the Weston Livestock Market for the weekly sale on December 10, 1991. Stock Steers 291 - 360 lbs. $g4-90 361 - 430 !bs. _ $7350-80.25 431 - 500 lbt. $72.50-78 501 - 585 lbs. $7g-g5 50 585 - 700 lbt. down-77 Stodx ! leifers 225 - 290 tbt $75-77.50 291-360 1~. $71-77 361 - 430 lb~. $68-71 431 - 500 Ibm. $68-70.50 Stock Bulls: 361 - 430 Ibs. $7550-81 431 - 500 Ibs. down-g5 Slaughter Bulls: $42-60 Cow and Calf Pairs: _ down-545 Bab) Calves BII $65-135 Coca Cola man offered to put the grok:cries in the truck for me. Helpful and kind people like these make this a good place to live. His address is Barrie Minney, 2 Stanley Cottages, Sheffield Park, Nr Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 3QC England. No Cavities Club Slaughter Cu~s lhgh Dre*smg $42-47 U~ty: $37-41 50 Car.nez & Cuucrs $28-35 B]',ze.5: Lambs: ~0.25 PY c 'r Clark James, po = _ $19-25 Garrett and "' and Stephanie and Orlene Barry and iaGor- ily, Leon and and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and ford. Mrs. Danny Mrs. Eddie Mr. and Alda Davis, Mr. and Ted IIo~s: Mile Hogs: $23,50 llogs 200-250 _ $3650.44 $39-43 300-500 $14-16 Pigs: BII _ Gall Covey John C. Westfall, DDS has announCed that Gall Covey was chosen as the winner of the No- vember "No Cavities" Club. Gall is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Covey of Sutton. Other members of the club were Eddie Lilly, Terrie Timer, Shelly Sheets, Marshall Blakc, Kristi Chapman, Justin Sclf, Cristin Self, James Montgomery, Buddy Cox, Scotty Cox, Denver Shaffer, James Huffman, Ben Huffman, Michael Roberts, Michelle Kight, James Collins, Casey Collins, Jeff Gregory, Laurie Steiger, Linsey Cham- bers, Jennifer Chambers, Hannah Chambers, Shawn Ball, Cody King, Dustin Richards, Eric McCartncy, Travis McCarmey, Jessica Shaffer. Steven Crislip, Mike McCarmey, William Sandy, Mary Beth Blacke, Daniel Moore, Roger Burowski, Velvet Riffle, Joe Frame, Jill Magurie, Robbie Maguirc, Robbie Kerns Clayton, Barker, Clint Covey and Guy Covey. m er =$ O O Hours: M-F 8-5 Sat. 8-2 FURNITURE & APPLIANCE Authorized RCA and Hoover Dealer 354-6240 Corner of Court & High StL, Grantsviile I IIII III II Terms: Bank Financing to Approved Buyers GILMER COUNTY AUCTION BARN pecial t991'°' Sanderson will be in with a big truck load: Camcorder, computer, radar detectors, scanners... Auctioneer: Charles D. Lowther #395 Just in time for Christmas only at • Christmas Trucks • 1991 Ranger--4x2, XLT, 5 spd., Lt. Crystal Blue 1988 Bronco--4x4, Eddie Bauer, Black/Tan 1985 Bronco 11--4x4, 2.8 V-6, Auto, Blue '8,965 s11,995 '5,980 • Christmas Cars • 1990 Taurus.-3.0 V-6, Auto, Loaded, Sandalwood r