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Pomeroy Flower Shop
106 Butternut Ave
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Aug 22, 2019
The Fair in Flowers - Daily Sentinel
Division 801: Adult Artistic Design
Class 1, Baking and Canning, A Still Life — 1st Josephine L Hill, Long Bottom, Ohio, 2nd Deborah Mohler, Pomeroy, Ohio, 3rd Vanessa Folmer, Middleport, Ohio; Class 2, Strolling the Midway, An Eclectic — 1st Melanie Stethem, Pomeroy, Ohio, 2nd Shelia Curtis Long Bottom, Ohio, 3rd Vanessa Folmer; Class 3, Fair Royalty, A Parallel Design — 2nd Vanessa Folmer, 3rd Karen Werry Racine, Ohio; Class 4, Photography, featuring black and white — 1st Peggy Crane, 2nd Vanessa Folmer, 3rd Shelia Curtis; Class 6, Entertainment, a Vibrate — 1st Melanie Stethem, 2nd Shelia Curtis, 3rd Peggy Crane; Class 7, Flower Show, Traditional Mass — 1st Peggy Crane, 2nd Shelia Curtis, 3rd Karen Werry; Class 8, Fair parade, Synergistic — 1st Melanie Stethem, 2nd Peggy Crane, 3rd Vanessa Folmer.
Division 805: Horticulture
Class 13, Rose Hybrid Tea Any Color — 1st Pat Harris, Pomeroy, Ohio; Class 14, Rose Floribunda, any color — 1st Pat Harris; Class 16, Rose, Miniature-any color — 2nd Elizabeth Harris, Pomeroy, Ohio; Class 17, Dahlia, decorative any color — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Glenda K Hunt, Long Bottom, Ohio; Class 18, Dahlia, Cactus-any color — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Pat Harris; Class 19, gladiolus-any color — 1st Glenda K Hunt, 2nd Glenda K Hunt, 3rd Deborah Mohler; Class 20, Hosta, Miniature, less than 2” — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Pat Harris; Class 20, Hosta, Miniature, less than 2” — 3rd Elizabeth Harris; Class 21, Hosta, Miniature, 2 – 4” — 1st Shelia Curtis, 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Pat Harris, 2nd Brenda Woodrow, Racine, Ohio, 3rd Sharon Dean, 3rd Elizabeth Harris; Class 22, Hosta, Small 4-6” — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Glenda K Hunt, 3rd Pat Harris; Class 23, Hosta, Green, One Cut Stem — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Shelia Curtis, 3rd Elizabeth Harris; Class 24, Hosta, Blue, One Cut Stem — 1st Shelia Curtis, 2nd Pat Harris, 3rd Pat Harris; Class 25, Hosta, Yellow Margined, One Cut Stem — 1st Sharon Dean, 2nd Pat Harris, 3rd Shelia Curtis ; Class 26, Hosta, White Margined, One Cut Stem — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 1st Pat Harris, 2nd Glenda K Hunt, Glenda K Hunt, 3rd Elizabeth Harris, 3rd Elizabeth Harris; Class 27, Hosta, green Margined, One Cut Stem — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 1st Pat Harris, 2nd Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Elizabeth Harris, 3rd Elizabeth Harris, 3rd Elizabeth Harris, 3rd Pat Harris;
Class 28, Zinnia, Dahlia Flowered ... Jan 25, 2019
New remains discovered at site of famous Neanderthal 'flower burial' - Science Magazine
We had to lift out one 3-ton boulder without disturbing anything below it, plus several smaller ones. Human bone specialist Emma Pomeroy, who joined the University of Cambridge this month, was the first person to see the skull as she was troweling. She knew pretty quickly what it was. On first seeing the partly exposed skull, my immediate thought was that this was likely the crowning moment of my 40-year career.
The bones of the new skeleton fit together as they would have in life. The lower body and legs would have extended into the block of sediment containing the "flower burial," which also contained partial remains of two other adults, both female, and a fragment of a juvenile. Whether the new find relates to one of these individuals is unclear. Analysis has a long way to go, but we should be able to test the hypothesis of the "flower burial," as well as doing all the great science-based things you can do with a Neanderthal these days!
This crushed Neanderthal skull was unearthed last fall at Shanidar cave in Iraq, right next to the "flower burial" excavated in the 1950s.
Q: How old are the new remains?
A: Solecki thought about 80,000 years, but we await dates from the [University of] Oxford [dating] laboratory. For now, the broad envelope of 60,000 to 90,000 years is about as good as gets.
Q: So, were the skeletons buried intentionally, with ritual, or not?
A: Ritual is almost impossible to prove to everyone's satisfaction. What is clear is that the cluster of bodies at the "flower burial" came to rest in a very restricted area, but not quite at the same geologic level, and therefore likely not quite at the same time. So that might point to some form of intentionality and group memory as Neanderthals returned to the same spot over generations. But I don't want to go beyond that, because most of the analyses are still to be done.
Q: What's the next step-are you trying to extract DNA from the bones?
A: Yes. We expect that modern techniques … will allow us to understand better the evolutionary relationships, group territories, and diet of these individuals. We are seeking funding for further work, because we have a whole season's worth of analyses to do, and we are aware of further Neanderthal r... Aug 10, 2017
Beast's Naomi Pomeroy Opens... A Flower Shop?
One of Portland’s most iconic chefs is about to enter a new business altogether: Beast’s Naomi Pomeroy has officially thrown open the doors to Colibri, a floral studio and meeting space at 1454 NE Prescott St., across the street from Pok Pok Noi. “Color and texture are two of my favorite parts of working with food,” Pomeroy tells Eater. “Looking at the finished raw beauty of a plate — thoughtfully orchestrated, with restraint — it’s the intersection of that with flowers that I’m interested in.”Colibri means hummingbird (Pomeroy’s “spirit animal”) in Latin, and also signed onto the project are Expatriate bartender and Pomeroy’s husband and business partner Kyle Webster and visual artist Morgan Rosskopf, who comes with a decade of experience in floral design. Colibri is currently furnishing floral arrangements to individual clients and businesses, including Portland restaurants.In the announcement, Pomeroy writes that, with their restaurants running smoothly, she and Webster "have been looking for a new project to satisfy different parts of ourselves.” She confirms that she isn’t...Feb 3, 2016
Ervin Meyer, 82
Jacob McNutt, Andrew McNutt, Richard Montang Jr., Corey Meyer, Brandon Montang, Jonthan Meyer.
Final Resting Place: At a later date, Union Cemetery, Pomeroy.
Military Honors: Conducted by VFW Post 6256 and O’Hara Seeley Post.
Lunch and Fellowship: Immanuel Lutheran Church following the committal service.
Ervin was born on June 29, 1933, in Pomeroy to Herman A. and Marie M. (Schultz) Meyer. Ervin attended country school, and was baptized and confirmed at St. John’s Lutheran Church where he was a lifetime member. He was a farmhand and Pomeroy City employee.
Ervin married Helen M. on Nov. 14, 1956, in Pomeroy. Ervin joined the Army and served in England. After the service, he moved to Logan with family in 1960, where he worked at Clark’s Limestone Quarry for 27 years. He also served as a Logan Police Officer, and during this time, Ervin managed and worked at Fuel and Shine for about 25 years, then retired and enjoyed his birds, flowers, and a good stogie.
Ervin was preceded in death by his wife, Helen Meyer, and grandson, Joshua McNutt.
Survivors include son, Jeff Meyer and wife, Cheryl, of Logan; daughter, Ramona McNutt and husband, Mike, of Meservey; son, Daniel Meyer and wife, Yvonne, of Missoula, Mont.; daughter, Meta Montang-Shutt and husband, Thomas Shutt, of Logan; eight grandsons and 18 great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Arrangements by Logan Memorial Chapel in Logan. Online condolences at www.loganfuneralchapel.com.
(Blair Enterprise Publishing)Dec 30, 2015
'Weeds and Flowers in our Garden'
Duane will also be doing two book signings at the beginning of 2016. He will appear at Farmers Bank located at 640 E. Main Street in Pomeroy on Tuesday, Jan. 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and at the Racine Library, located at 608 Tyree Blvd. from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6.
Duane said he hopes his wife can see what he’s doing in her memory.
“I think she’s smiling,” he said.
For more information visit www.whynotacure.com or call 740-949-2730.
Duane and his late wife, Brenda, during Duane’s 50th Southern High School reunion in 2012.
This photograph, taken in the couple’s garden, was eventually used on the cover of Duane and Brenda’s book “Weeds and Flowers in our Garden,” which Duane finished after Brenda’s passing and dedicated to her. The book’s proceeds go toward the Brenda K. Peritoneal Cancer Foundation, which was founded this year.
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