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00ioneer 00aps ijt atallanta imr--July 17, 2(X)3--Page 5 Jarm _00etu00 SHOW l, Adults |*" Biscuits 'ine Shearer, #2, 4s, #3 Goldie Bur- Yeast Bread Barnisky; #2, 1! Rising Bread Use Barnisky; #2, #3. Lois Ann }'luflins Julia Williams; #2. l(ennev ( rn Pone Walker )I Bread Williams Weet Rolls Dickenson; #2, #3, Erin Lore Rolls Barnisky; #2, #3, Goldie Cakes McKenney; #2. Burgess; #3, Pioneer Days Spelling and History Contests Youth Spelling 1st Tyler Mankin, Laurel. Maryland (Great-grandson ol Class 34 - Bread & Butter Kyle McCtrty) Pickles 2nd - Sommer Mtx)re, Manteo, #1, Laronia Cohrs; #2, Ann North Carolina Turner; #3, Goldie Burgess 3rd - J. D. Marion, Scary Creck Class 35 - Dill Pickles - " - #1. Laronia Cohrs; #2, Adult Spelling Goldie Burgess; #3. Ann Turner I st - Sheela Sur, Deep Riv- Class 36 - Relish '"' #1, Laronia Cohrs; #2, Goldie Burgess; #3. Ann Turner Class 52 -- #1. Laronia Cohrs ChLss 53 -- #1, Ann Turner; #2. Goldie Burgess; #3. Goldic Burge Chtss 54 -- #1, Maxine Shearer y()LrI"H Class 37 - Bread #1, Haylee Shickllc; #2, Valerie Pritt Class 39 - Biscuits # 1, Audrey I.xre Class 43 -- Yeast Rolls # 1, Kimberley Pollard Class 45 - Cake (Not Iced) #1, Hanna Shickle Class 46 - Iced Cake #1, Sarah Pritt; #2, Kristen PolFard Class 47 - C)kies #1, Sarah Riffey; #2, Kim- berley Pollard Class 48 - Soft Candy #1, Kimhc'rley Pollard (Not Iced) _,mces McKenney; #2;- Class 51 #1, Amy Lea Sharp -" less, #3, Josephine Class 55 - Handmade Soap #1, Tiffani Jackson; #2, Iced Cake Aaron Jackson Louise Barniskv; #3. ,'Ss .... "One Crust Meringue nees McKennev; #2. lcsS .'l'wo-Crust Fruit Pie k% l-or,, :nist Burgess; #2. #3, Phyllis ql" ie,' ldie Burgess; #2, ;#3, Franz Pogge Pogge; #2, Ann 4axi ne Shearer Pple Butter Idle Burgess; #2, i #3, Ann Walker Syrup t S lel; #2, Max- Denise Burgess Mann Dark Shearer; #2, #3, Rachel emade Soap Jackson' #2, Phyl- lis McCall' bloney, Extracted IXlne Shearer er, Ontario, Canada 2nd - Angle McMilli(m, Marlin- ton 3rd - Wendy Sur, Dccp River, ()ntario, Canada History Contest 1st- Janice Miller, Marlinton 2nd - Mark R(per. Sc-tt DeFst 3rd - Wendy Sur. Dccp River. Ontario, Canada 00onation00 Green Bank Library Building Fund Donors The new Green Bank Library building was dedicated Memorial Day weekend, and is expected to open to the public when school begins in the fall. Several more donations to the Building fund have been received recently, in- cluding: the Henry Taylor Fam- ily, of Green Bank. in memory of Connie Lambert Taylor; Vere Bly Tracy of Arbovale, in mem- ory of Glenn P. Tracy, '26; Nina Brooks. '34, of Dunmore; Gertrude Blackhurst Wooddell, "49, of Marlinton: Dorothy Strehlen, '50, of Cass: Harold, "52, and Eva Varner, "55, Neighbors of Baltimore: Julian Giilispie. '53. of Fairfield PA: Dr. Barbara Nottingham Arm- strong, '54, of Cuyahoga Falls OH, in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Whanger, Sr. and Mr. Elbert Whanger, Jr.; John Harris. '54. of Bluemont, VA, in memory of Virgil and Macel Harris; Donald and Joan Brock Mullenax, '55, of Fairfax Sta- tion. VA; Tony Byrd, '60, of Accokeek, MD, in memory of Earl and Viola Lantz: Lowell and Chris Bradley Lambert. '60, of Baltimore, MD; Daniel Horne, '69, of Chesapeake. VA, in memory of Bill and Libby Horne; Rick and Renae Wood- dell, '72, of Green Bank; Larry Offutt, '76, of Queensland, Australia, in memory of Denver C. OtTutt; Ed and Helen Keller, of Franklin; Bill and Denise McNeel, of Marlinmn: Lamp of Youth Christian Academy, of Green Bank; P.M. Extension Homemakers of Arbovale; Buf- falo Run Lodge, of Arbovale; Thomas Creek Greenhouse, (51" Dunmore; Wallace & Wallace, of Lev, isburg; and Wayne For- estry, of Arbovale. Those wishing to help can send donations to: Green Bank Library Building Fund, Green Bank WV 24944. Galford's Painting Seamless Gutter .032 heavy gauge aluminum gutters made the length you need vinyl siding, soffit, roofs (shingles), decks References Licensed & Insured wv o042 ca.: 653-4525 Amish Handcrafted Oak Furniture Pie Safes. Jelly Cupboards Solid Oak Tables & Chairs Solid Oak Beds & Bedroom Furniture China Hutches Gun Cabinets Entertainment Centers Curios Much much more! Crazy Harry's Country00 Market on the 4-lne south of  636-3497 CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY Friday, July 18th Member FDIC/Equal Housing Lender Farm Service Agency News Grassland Reserve Program Sign-up for the Grassland Re- serve Program (GRP) is under- way, at thc Pocahontas County Farm Service Agency. This vol- untary program helps protect valuable grasslands from con- version to other land uses. Ap- plications for participation will be accepted on a continuous ba- sis..$49.9 million is availablc nationwide for fiscal year 2(g13; once funding has been exhausted eligible applicants will remain on file until additional funding becomcs available. The FSA, Natural Resourccs Conscrvation Service and Forest Service arc coordinating implementation of GRP, which hclps land- owners rcstorc and protect grass- land, rangcland, pasureland, shrubland and certain other lands and provides assistance for reha- bilitating grasslands. GRP (d'fers producers several enrollment options which in- elude: Pcrmancnt Easements, 30- ycar Eascmcnts, Rental Agree- mcnts (10, 15, 20 or 30-year duration; and Restoration Agree- ments. For permanent casements, USDA makes a payment based on the fair market value of the property less the grazing value. For 30-year easements, USDA pays 30 perccnt of what would be paid tot a permanent ease- ment. For rental agreements, 75 of the grazing value is paid in annual payments hr the length of the agrecment. For restoration agrccments. 9() (51" thc restoration costs arc paid on shrubland and grassland that has bccn cultivated and not more than 75c on restored grassland and shrubland (land that once was cultivatcdL To participate in GRP, oflcrs must bc private land thal includes at least 4(1 c(,nliguous acres. Contact the FSA Office at 799-4317 for complete details. Standard features include: 6x6 hemlock skids crossbraced 2 x 6 on 16' center subftoor s 7/8 lumber on 45 angle 7t16 OSB 2 center truss rafters and sides 4/12 pitch roof with 25 year shingles drip edge hemlock lap siding eteror double doors. Our most popular sizes are 10' x 12', 10' x 14' and 10' x 16' (Available from 6' x 8' to 12' x 24' ) Ask about optional features, CALL FOR PR!CIN$! Stop by and see models on display Smith Lumber Scdes Custom Sawing Custom Millwork (304) 799-4957 Beaver Creek Road, Huntersville I U To show how much we appreciate our customers, Pendleton County Bank is declaring Jutyl8th "CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY", We invite you to stop by for coffee, lemonade, and cookies and to let us thank you for your loyal over the years! You are one of the main reasons for our success! Pendleton 00ank Your Independent Community Bank $1nce1925 300 N. Main Street, Franklin 219 8th Street, Marlinton 402 S. Main Street, Moorefield 358-2311 799-6700 538-7900