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Page 4--;be obonta ;imt*---November 20, 2003 RHONDI FISCHER, MONONGAHELA National Forest District Ranger of Marlinton, won the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace raffle quilt this year. The quilt was donated to the museum by the Cranberry Mountain Piecemakers Guild. The individual blocks were made by classes that have workshops in the Old Sydenstricker Home during the summer each year. / Marlinton Middle School Jennifer Burns Honor Roll Adreanna McMillion Principal's List (4.0) Anna Millican 5th Grade 7th Grade Ellie Bell Robert Nelson Shonda Cart Miranda Wilfong Morgan Kershner Heather Thompson Kristian Smith Chatarra Gatena 6th Grade Seth Mitchell Gabrielle Cutlip 8th Grade Dylan Cuflip Lee Brown Emily Brown Kristen Pollard Nathan Hudson Ashley Fischer 7th Grade Katherine Beverage Erica Beverage Ethan Lash Brittany Doyle Merit Roll Stacy McPaters 5th Grade Whitney Beckwith Karen Keller Kendall Beverage Merandia Shinaberry Casey Withers Felicia Sparks Kelsey Nicholas Audrianna Mace Sharyla Carpenter Brad McMillion John Gibb Jessica Pennington Abbi Hall Greg Ervine 8th Grade Medina Ramsey Justin Beverage Trista Robinson Amy Sharp 6th Grade David Mitchell Nathanial Lash Kurt Mothes Kiy Tywoniw Honor Roll (3.75 - 3.99) Laurel Fischer 5th Grade Ray Hanshew Timmy Gibb Jaclyn Goldizen Tanner Graham Cody Jordan Payton Mann 7th Grade Justin Oscar Jeffrey Fertig Kimberly Pollard Came Shearer Shanda Ramsey Brittany Pritt Tiffani Jackson Mark Williamson Michelle Smith Angela Jordan Rhelle Cain Clay Wylie h es Cathy Hefner Haley Cutlip 6th Grade Cecil Rappold Josh Moore Caitlin Sharp Chasity Gladwell Abby McCoy Gus Willis Katie Workman Jordan Clendenen Zach Graham Danielle Gooding - - - Little Levels Old Home Places additions needed by Nov. 27 All submissions to be added to the Old Homeplaces Book must be turned in with photo and written work no later than Thanksgiving. Please place an address label on all original photos and they will be returned (originals have a much sharper image). Many people have said they had submissions, but those cannot be included without the photos and narrative. We will compile a work on Churches, Schools, Businesses and Cemeteries that existed prior to 1950. Anyone who has old photos or stories for any of the above, please bring those prior to Christmas. We will try to complete this work prior to the 2004 Little Levels Heritage Fair. OI'EN Mt)ND.-\\;Y-SATUkI' )A'' 9 a.m. - 5 - mr may OeSJlt(rtt //, ".Tm a,=, week of Thanksgiving. All deadlines are Monday, Nov. 24 at Noon Please bring all submissions to Taylor's Grocery in Hillslx)ro or call 653-8563 for informa- tion. Next Little Levels Heritage Fair meeting is Sunday, Decem- ber 7. All volunteers welcome. 50% OFF SOLID WOOD CABINETS Solid oak, maple & cherry. No chipboard. Free estimates. Let us help you redesign your kitchen. GLADE'S 799-4912 Green Bank fourth g]:Itde to present Mad Scientist, Dr. Kook, is on the loose in the kingdom of Saucelot. He wants to create a son in his laboratory but creates a monster instead. Royal pet monster, Googly, is jealous of the new creation. Googly likes to be the only one allowed to chase Princess Olivia and Prince Oliver. Dr. Kook agrees to try again, but his creations only get him in more trouble with the royal family. The 4th grade students of Susan Peck at Green Bank Elementary School created the Saucelot Kingdom and its cast of wacky characters to learn how to write and stage plays. Karen Murphy's 4th graders have also written a play, choos- ing a Thanksgiving theme. (If you're not a real stickler lor his- torical accuracy.) Their original play revolves around Clerky, a turkey who gets wind of the Pilgrim's plan to eat him for their harvest feast and runs away. The Pilgrims accuse the Indians of stealing their turkey and a fight almost breaks out. After a close encounter with a few other forest animals who want to eat him even more than the Pilgrims do, Clerky returns, but his friend, Stinky the skunk, makes sure he will no longer be an appealing lunch. Both plays will be performed die School on Novemba 2:10, 2:50 and 6:00 p ents and friends are The Day Dr. Kook Kooky and The Lost Drama of the Month tions sponsored by Fairs and Festivals, Recreation, and the County - _ Humanities Council seeking Brown vs. Board grant pro On May 17, 1954, the United States Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision that it was unconstitutional, violating the 14th amendment, to separate children in public schools for no other reason than their race. The court concluded that, in the field of public education, the doctrine of "'separate but equal" has no place. The West Virginia Humani- ties Council is seeking applica- tions for grant projects from around the state to commemo- rate the Brown vs. The Board of Education' s semi-centennial. Eligible projects include, but are not limited to, lectures, confer- ences, symposiums, museum exhibits, school projects, and historic reenactments. Open Daily * 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday Christmas Drawfn Glazed ball with lights & stand. Sale on all Christmas items - old & new , s  304-g53-40S4 Inte*=eaio dtt. 10 ,1 30 Furniture .Tile .Appliances Vinyl .Carpet .Bedding Major grant deadlines are Fe- bruary 1 and September 1 for projects with budgets from S1.500 up to $20,000. Mini- grants are awarded bimonthly for projects requesting S1,500 or less. Minigrant application deadlines are February 1, April 1. June 1, August 1, October 1, and December 1. For more information on grants or to request an tion, contact grants tor Pam LeRose by (304) 346-8500 or via lerose@wvhum. Guidelines and also available on the website www 106 8th Street, Marlinton Financing Available 304-799-6235 m At home - with Corian Oorian factory reps will be on-site both days to answer your questions. FREE CORIAN SINK! Valid with purchase of Codan countrtop (24 ft. minimum) Custom Cabinets by CX)R]AN'i SOLID SURFACES FREE SINK BASEl Valid with purchase of 12 or more cabinets Lions Club Turkey S p November 22 Stillwell Park, larl Noon - 3 p.m. rizes: Turkeys & Second Place prizes this year 12 gauge only no sleeved, altered or turkey full chokes 410 bore junior shoots $2.50 per round We furnish all amino  Light Lunch Available The Marlinton Lions Club thanks you for your support. All proceeds go toward sight preservation here in our community. Ooeen Bank LibPaP 9 Poe00chool Pla,.q GPoo For, 3 and /gear' aids Mondag. Wednedag g Fr'ida.,u 10:30 - 11:30 S"l'ar'ting November, 3 . Regis'l-ration Reqgined! 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