Newspaper Archive of
The Pocahontas Times
Marlinton, West Virginia
April 3, 2003     The Pocahontas Times
PAGE 10     (10 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 10     (10 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 3, 2003

Newspaper Archive of The Pocahontas Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Page 10--The otaantas Times--April 3, 2003 TIM MCCLUNG AND DAN Withers, First Citizens Bank, donate money to Wilma Dale, MES principal, in honor of Bob Mann, who has retired. GAYLE LESURE WAS the recipient of another donation from First Citizens. The money will be used for Pocahontas Parish. PCHS baseball has 2-2 record Pocahontas County High School opened its baseball season on March 25 with an away game against state ranked No. 7 Pendle- ton County. The Warriors came away with a 22-5 loss. PCHS was led at the plate by Ryan Ware with three hits and one RBI and Mike Smith with two hits and 1 RBI. The Warriors traveled to Highland County on the 27th to play with a flawless defense but ended with a loss of 10-6. The team was led at the plate by Smith with two hits and two RBIs and Ware with two hits and three RBIs. Darrell Wright had two hits and an RBI. On Saturday the Warriors played at home, a double header against Union Grant, and won both games. Ware picked up the first win on the mound and had two hits and one RBI. with three stolen bases. Wright ended with two hits and two stolen bases. Devin McCoy had one hit and three RBIs. In the bot- tom of the seventh, Wright got hit by a pitch, stole second and third, and scored on a passed ball to tie the game. Brian Norrod singled, went to second base on a balk, and scored the winning run on a single by Andy Wayne. The Warriors won their first game of the season, 7-6. Smith picked up the second win on mound, pitching a great game. He struck out eight batters and had one hit at the plate. McCoy had one hit and one RBI. Again it was a hit by Wayne, a double with the bases loaded in the fourth inning, that helped seal the second victory for the Warriors, 7-5. 00thooI fflenu00 Pocahontas County Elem/Middle School Breakfast/Lunch Menus April 7-11 Monday, 7: Hot ham & cheese sandwich, cereal, juice, milk. Vegetable soup, hmn & cheese sandwich, fresh fruit, crackers, milk. Tuesday, 8: Scrambled eggs, toast, cereal, juice, milk. Corn dogs, potato wedges, beans, pineapple, milk. Wednesday, 9: Oatmeal, toast, cereal, juice, milk. Sliced turkey, mashed potatoes, California vegetables, peaches, wheat rolls, milk. Thursday, 10: Waffles, cereal, juice, milk. Beef ravioli w/meat sauce, cheese, green beans, fresh fruit, wheat rolls, milk. Friday, 1 !: Cinnamon buns. cereal, juice, milk. I I Pigs-in-a-blanket, chili, potato rounds, baked beans, fruit, milk. PCHS Menus "April 3-11 *A variety of milk served with all lunches. Thursday, 3: Beef-a-roni, corn, rolls, applesauce. Friday, 4: Chicken salad sandwich, lettuce & tomato, potato rounds. jeilo, fruit. Monday, 7: Tomato soup, grilled cheese sandwich, crackers, apple crisp. Tuesday, 8: Turkey, mashed po- tatoes, green beans, rolls, peaches. Wednesday, 9: Meatloaf, baked po- tato, pinto beans, rolls, mixed fruit. Thursday, 10: Ravioli, corn, bread, pineapple. Friday, 11: Ham & cheese bun. lettuce & tomato, macaroni salad, jello, fruit. 00onation00 PMH Auxiliary Pocahontas Memorial Hospital Auxiliary received the following donations in memory of loved ones: In memory of Ruth Wilfong, Omar Smith, Sis Holley and Win- ters and Dclmia Pritt by Rev. Betty E. Cochran. In memory of Tom Hill by Alfred and Wanda Thomas. New Green Bank Library Last week the heating system in the new library was activated for the and Jeanie Samons. of Green Bank; Dwayne Schiebel, of Arbovale; Jane Price Sharp, of Marlinton, in memory of Warren Blackhurst; Dr. Roland Sharp, of Frost. in memory of Dr. Roland Sharp Jr.; Vernon and Yvonne Sturgill, of Cass; John and Judi Simmons. of Barrow: T.A. Stephenson, of Green Bank; Vero- nica Swink, of Cass: Rob and An- drea Taggart, of Green Bank; Pat Tallman, of Summerville, SC; and Roger Trusler, of Marlinton, in Caplinger and Mitchell to compete in National Geo[00rap00i The National Geographic Bee state-level competitions take place this year at a time when global e- vents make it essential to have a sound understanding of our world and its geography, politics, cul- tures, and religions. Such knowl- edge is second nature to Bee com- petitors, who will be putting their geographic smarts to the test at the state-level contests on Friday, April 4. Christopher Caplinger, an eighth grade student at Green Bank Middle School, and David Mitchell, a sev- enth grader at Marlinton Middle School, will be among the West Virginia students taking part in the state bee in Charleston. It will be held at the Civic Center. The winner in each state will ad- vance to the national finals in Washington, D. C., on May 20 and 21 to vie for the 2003 National Ge- ographic Bee crown, a fwst prize of Humane Society Sponsors Rabies Clinic The Humane Society and Greenbrier Veterinarian Hospital will have a one day vaccination cli- nic at the Marlinton office on Thursday, April 24, beginning at 9 a.m to noon, and l p.m. to 4 p.m. Lunch break from 12 to l p.m. Rabies vaccine fee is $5. All other vaccines regular price. You may make an appointment for your pet by calling the Lewisburg office at 645-1476. Walk-ins welcome as time permits. Pets must be on a leash or in a carrier for safety. Donations of pet food for homeless animals would be greatly appreciat- ed. For questions call Linda 799- 6093 or Ellen 799-4614. ,,,|1 Ellen L. Galford Sales Representative HANNAH INSURANCE AGENCY " Fire Homeowners Mobile Home Auto Life Health Bonds REAL ESTATE-LICENSE AND TITLE SERVICE-READY TO SERVE YOU 1-800-933-9706 Office: (304) 799-4614 ELLEN L. GALFORD, AGENT FAX: (304) 799-4623 Rt. 2 Box 63, Buckeye, WV 24924 i Roy Gutshall  Auctioneer # 1532 ESTATE AUCTION Saturday, April 12 10 a.m. LOCATION: 4 mires soum of Monterey (US 220) and 1/2 mile west on Rt. 84 Sale held rain or shine. o-a kTIQUF- & COLLECTIBI,F: Hoosier style kitchen cabinet: china cabinet; 2 oressers ann mirrors; parlor and library and misc. tables; oil lamps; 6 split bottom chairs: stools; porch swing; Sterling butter dish: good selection of dish- es. bowls: and much more. HOUSEH0.LD: Dinette table and chairs; elecmc range; refrigerator/freezer; 1 c est ann  upright freezer: wasner; orver; 3 shelf kJIehen cart; microwave; 2 metal wardrobes; bedroom suites; table and floor lamL; 2 auto oil stoves Electrolux vacuum: 2 aluminum foldingwalkers; misc. heets; blankets; .Rots knives; bowls; dishes; set blue china; crock pot; toast, coffee mer electric broom and much more ...... , : mternauonal tractor, plow, side mower and cultivator; 14 HP 42" mower: 5 HP tiller and hand tiller. .... MISC.:Poulan 295 chain saw: shop vac; 2 Homelite chain saws and stung !nmmers: /x35bmoculars: corn cutter: grease guns: hand saws; flare toqJ; plpe,wrencnes; .z--l/t qr. socket .sets; open and box wrench sets; tin stops; d orawer mech. tool chest; tool boxes; tire tools; claw hammers; log cnams; wheel b,alancer and weights: gun rack; misc. hand and garden tools anti much, mucn more. Auction held for the estate of Harry Moyers. Above is only a small portion of items, more is'being found each day. Food and drinks available. Announcements made day of sale take precedence over all ads. lS: cash and good checks. responsible mr accidents. Call Roy Gutshall (540) 468-2307 for information. first time. and the drywall is being hung. And there's progress with the fundraising campaign as well. Re- cent donors inchade: Steve and Patti Fierbaugh, of Green Bank, in memory of Andrew E. Fierbaugh; Dr. George Harper, of Green Bank; Roy Keirn, of War- saw, NC; Gibbs Kinderman, of Slaty Fork, in honor of Rose and Omar Bowyer; Jane and Rich La- casse of Green Bank, in memory of her father, Derward George; Bruce and Freda McKean, of Green Bank, in memory of Omar Bowyer and Glen Guarneri; Edward and Betty Mullenax, of Arbovale; Kenneth Peck Sr., of Cass; Carolyn Phil- lips, of Green Bank; Pam and Ken- neth Pritt, of Hillsboro, in honor of Harold, '43, and Betty Ruth Con- rad, '48, Crist; Arthur J. Richards, of Durbin; Jay and Sharon Rockefeller; Toney Luther Crouthamel (304) 536-3833 K. Jane Scott, Broker LIISFINGS WANTED- RESULTS ACHIEVED. If you are considering putting your home on the market, then - Get the exposure, dedication and results you deserve. CAIJL ME TODAY TO MARKET YOUR PROPERTY memory of Glenna Hayes. Are you fed_- _= up with DirecTV or Cable .,?  . _ .: c: s , , ............ ..................... ! I I I I I I I I 1 I l ! ! FR EE Receivers i & FREE ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, WB, UPN Coupon expires 04/30/03 Owned & - Ask for Parker for $25,000 college scholarship, and a lifetime membership in the Nation- al Geographic Society. The second and third place winners will receive $15,000 and $10,000 scholarships. The state winners receive $100 and a National Geographic globe, along with an all-expense-paid trip to Washington for the national fin- als. "Jeopardy" quiz show host Alex Trebek will host the national competition for the ! 5th year. The 2002 national winner was fifth grader Calvin McCaner, from Jension, Michigan. At 10, he was the youngest Bee winner so far, correctly answering the question, "Lop Nur, a marshy depression at the nuclear test site for Answer, China. The National developed the N tiol Bee in 1989 in about the lack of knowledge among the United States. is not yet resolved. A ducted in 2002 3000 18 to 24 year France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the U. S. Top scorers Germany, and Italy. last and the United last. PROPERTY AU C:'l April 26 2 p.m. : i Valuable investment pro Medical or Dental Office on 1.23 acres adjacent Pocahontas Memorial Hos For more information call 304-799-4546 mcwalkup @ hotmail.com AUCTION TO BE HELD AT THE WALKUP OFFICE ADJACENT TO POCAHONTAS MEMORIAL Four bedroom house and outbuildings and 5 One mile off Rt. 219 between Mxflinton and APRIL 26 * 2:00 For information and directions call mcwalkup @ hotmail, com- P.- Sle- cytind, 24f W-cooted, overhead-ct engineisenaineemdfora broad powerband and penty amkl-m ewrlue Rve-speed bansmbsim with revetseandanautornaUccluech m, Full floorboat wi drain holes bum4n serrated-type footpeos forsuregracomfort Comenieat ma.in-oear syseem Elkins Rt. 4, Box 261-7, Elkins, WV 1-800-297-7732 * (304) Sm AT  be  o W te a t6a o. Sz  remmme  IN me. Wel eem  Imlt f sal/ae ram oe kmio m yo mw  cal k  tat I Immltm t mralt  lm tal.  m t immt.   m m II mm nt m allml tram 00:SUZUKI.