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Page 10 --- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Jan. 29, 2004 GeraldineMarks 462 -7477 Last century beauty noted SarahVirginia"Jenny" grewupnear Morgantown. Cedarville and on bender Run. Her We have been having some really parents were George Sponaugle and cold weather. Maybe we are going to Maragaret Marks. have winter and get it over with so we On May 3, 1905, 18-yar-old Jenny can have spring. Soon it will be time married 19year-oldJesseMoore.Jesse to trim fruit trees and grape vines. was a son of Andrew Jackson and WordhasbeenreceivedthatCharles Fanny Cunningham Moore of Dobbins, a son of Fred and Fanny Crooked Fork. Jesse was Ralph's Cunningham Dobbins, has died. The mother, Lulu's brother and Jenny was Dobbins family lived on CrookedFork his father, Richard's sister making the until the early 1940s. They were very children in the two families double close neighbors of ours. Charles was first cousins, blind and he attended the School for Jesse and Jenny lived at the mouth the Blind at Romney. He learned to of Upper Two Run on a farm Jenny tune pianos and Jived around inherited from her father. Jesse ran a Parkersburg. When we had a CB Ra- grist mill and barbershopat the foot of dio, I heard Charles talk to Harold the Perkins Hill. His grist mill was on Gaston and other CB'ers many times. one side of Crooked Fork and his Edith Porter of Beaver Falls, PA barber shop was on the other side• wrote me a nice letter. I think Edith During the Depression, Jesse and was born in the old log house that was Jenny moved to Morgantown. Thier located beside our house. Her parents children were:Erley"Ludaric" 1906- lived in Rosedale, then moved to 1980; Eugene 1908~1974; and Cleo Crooked Fork, then back to Rosedale born in 1913. Cleo lives in again• Morgantown and has been one of my Edith said someone had sent her my readers for a long time• Jesse 1886- June 20, 2002 column that had Gall 1953 and Jenny 1887-1968 are buried Miller's story about The Elk and Little in the East Oak Grove Cemetery in Kanawha Railroad. She hadn't real- ized that the railroad went up Tanner and over on the West Fork. Edith said her father, John Frame, a son of Crooked Fork's Hubert Dyer and Elizabeth McElwee Frame and her mother, Ida Cook Frame, rode the train to Shock, Dec. 27, 1916. They had been married the day before and they bough some pretty dishes and glassware for their home at the big country store at Shock. Edith said her fatehr had built a house where Alice RoseBragg's house she recently sold to FEMA was located. Edith said their house was flooded during the time they lived there. I recently got a call from Aunt Cressie Minney Hunt• She lives with ......her daughter Cara Lea in Orlando, FI. Aunt Cressie said she recently had flu and pneumonia and spent some time SARAH VIRGINIA "JENNY" in a hospital. She is getting better but MOORE MARKS still a little weak. Quick Loans Buy, Sell, Trade and Lend Dollars on Jewelry, Guns, Musical Instruments, Electronics, etc. Hours: Mon. - Sat. 10-5 ~. ~ Clo~ S qpday - "- ud t Mallne t inUlllllllllllllll When you have a • refund coming, soon is •• never soon enough. • Get it back fast when : • • • • you file electronically. It's just another part of • the H&R Block • Advantage. • • recently heard that Sterling Sumpter Call 1-800-HRBLOCK, died and many of us did not know or visit, that. Belated sympathies to the • Sumpter family! • 208 East Main Street • • Glenville, WV 26351 •• • (304) 462-5688 • H&R BLOCK • : Open: just plain smarttm i : Monday-Saturday , , • 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. . a • •mmnm•mimmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmm•mm We win half the battle when we make up our minds to take the world as we find it, including the thorns, ---Orison S. Marden Pat C Io Pat Ridpath, Burnsville 462-7093 853-2401 t CARL E. NICHOLS, M.D. 20-22 East Main Street • Glenville, WV Phone 462-8612 OPEN BY APPOINTMENT Monday 3 p.m. - 9 p.m. Tuesday 8 a.m. : 10 a.m. & 3 p.m. Thursday, January 29 from 8 a.m. - Friday 3 p.rri. - 9' p.m. WALK-IN HOURS Saturday 8 a.m. to noon Sunday 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. CLOSED Every Wednesday 'Sneak Preview' revealed to include class rolls I am still enjoying using my sister's news!) computer and sending out my Chat Fromthe'sneakpreview'mentioned everySundaymorningfromherhome, in my last Chat, here is a list ofteach- I hope tO have a computer soon, ers and eighth-grade graduates from though. May, 1945, thanks to David Parmer: Correction: I listed a winner of the Teachers listed on the program were Christmas decorations in Burnsville Autumn Amos, Michael Posey, as'Debbie' Dean! No, no! It should Walter Moore, Roy Cartright and have been LINDA Dean. She called Nathan Arnold who were Superinten- me to correct this. She also wants to dentand AssistantofCounty Schools, wish a Happy Birthday to her father, Stanton Trimble, John Brown, Roy John Posey, who will be 93 years Smith, with Noble Crew giving the youngon February 8. Iadd my wishes Invocation & Benediction. Students to Linda's! Also, her sister, Anitra are listed after their schools as fol- Wine who lives in New Jersey, has a lows: birthday on February 12. Anitra is Burnsville: Claudette Hefner, Toni Wine's morn, and Toni also Josephine Whytsell, Fay Love, Ruth wishes her a Happy Birthday. Toni, King, June Steele, Peggy Ann Wiant, Dale and Erica Wine also want to WildaGodfrey, OpalVankirk, Kermit wish their grandfather. John Posey, a Mick, Mary Lee Sackett, ThelmaRose Happy Birthday! Sumpter, Nyal Jeffries, Louise Will- Since we are doing birthdays, my iams, Reva Ellen Cogar. granddaughter, LauraBeth Bucklew, Copen: Lois Wilson, Franklin is wished a Happy Birthday on Febru- Straley, Elmer Wine, Catherine Post, ary 8, too! She is attending Ringling DelorisJeanSteele, ForrestMcNemar, School of Art in Bradenton, Florida. Lenora Steele, Etta Jean Steele• Toni Wine and other workers at Falls Mill: Opaline Leona Dyer, Precision Service wish their Assis- Elda Jane Dyer, Sylvester Hardman, tant Director, Rachel Barrow, Happy Dennis M. Bull, Beatrice Evelyn Birthday on February 3. Toni adds Bosley. the following 'Happy Birthdays!' Rick Orlando: John Clinton Strader, Singleton, cousin, Feb. 3; Sandra Mark Hamilton, Betty Jean Barnett. Allen, friend, Feb. 4; Elmer Wine, Stone Coal: Zola Gibson, Herbert uncle, Feb. 5: Jason Singleton and L. Lake, Leah Belle Gibson, ElijahJr. Bobby Wine, cousins, Feb. 1 !; Gibson, Jane G. Gregory. Heather Ratliff, friend, Feb. 15; Spruce Fork: Maggie Robison. Patricia Wine, aunt, Feb. 19; Shirley Stout: Doris Straley, Jean Stout, Hughes, friend, Feb. 20; Jindalay Margarette Stout. Hughes, friend, Feb.25;SaritaGumm, Long Run: Jack Conley, William cousin, Feb. 26. Singleton, Clara Singleton, Ray Jun- It was such a shock to hear of the ior Ratliff, Lovie Conley. death of Guy Collins! He was a BeechFork: BettyGillespie, Goldie legend in his own time. He had a nod Hacker, Irma Knight. or wave for eyeD'one, and a joke or Bower School: Naomi Lee Steele. two for most of them. How many Brown: Kent Darrel Galford. times he teased me about something Lucille Virginia Henline. he supposedly told John. We will Burns Run: Russell Leroy Taylor, miss him so much. Our sympathy to Van Buren Singleton. his family and many dear friends. Cogar: Marlene Smith, Betty Dean. We are so glad to hear that Steve Harper: Marrell G. Cogar, Isabelle Brown is recovering well from recent V. Cogar. surgery. Ercelyn, his mother, is now Hyer's: Staunton Flint. in the hospital and needs our prayers• McCauley: Ray Denzil McCauley. Get well soon, Ercelyn. Mudlick: Lucille Skinner. Shirley Lloyd called me weeks ago Pleasant Hill: Amy Geraldine with some information for the Chat Brown. and I just found the paper I wrote it RiffleRun: DenzilConrad, Charles down on this last week! Nora (Grif- McCauley. fin) and Floris Davisson had their This was before consolidation cre- 50th wedding anniversary on Dec.. ated the monstrous schools we now 26. Nora's parents were Bei'yl (Bush) have; taking away the community- and Jerome Griffin, both graduated based schools that offered more at- from Burnsville High School. Jerome tention per student, and from a recent was brother to Louise Singleton, the article in the paper, also cost a lot less. beloved mother of Shirley and her Now (the article emphasized) the brother, Bob Singleton. total cost is up not for better equip- Harold Ford, thehusband of Beulah ment, etc., but for more ADMINIS- (Conrad) Ford from Middletown, TRATIVE people to provide the Ohio, died recently. Beulah gradu- needed discipline. And now children ated from Burnsville in the Class of have lower overall grade-point aver- '48. ages. We lost a lot when we lost our Shirley also told me that she just community schools and high schools• Next week I will hope to include the list from the 1947 eighth-grade graduation. After that the spectacular Operetta! (Sorry. Shirley, for the delayed Maranatha, everyone! GIL-CO PHARMACY PIJ 32 East Main S! Glenville, WV Business. 462-8300 Hours: 8:30 - 7:00 Mon. - Fri. 8:30 - 5:00 Sat. After hours emergency, call: Doug: 462-5554 Scott: 462-7355 Our family looks forward to serving your family. Pharmacists: Scott Wanstreet RPh Doug Moss RPh Loft Plummer RPh ON BY SUNDAY BRUNCH WILL BE SERVED FROM 11:00 A.M.- 1:30 P.M. Enjoy our wide variety of delightful food. Come in this Sunday February the 1st with this coupon and receive a dollar off your meal. I III ,[ $1 off Sunday, Brunch 1 ILl:] I NOTnCE: This offer can be combined with other existin~ offers. i 1 Cold Weather, Snow Slow Activities The snow, cold and ice have sure The weather channel on TV says it slowed things down. So far we have is only 56 days until spring. That not had any trouble getting around the seems a long way off. mail route. Also, ~chools are playing There were 21 at Sunday School at it safe by having two hour delays• Mt. Earnest Sunday. That is really That makes it easier on the little ones good for as bad as it was. The snow going to school, came fast. Argil called Friday afternoon, and Happy Birthday to all who will be they are getting lots of snow. Already celebrating in February. Also to those two inches and still coming down. having anniversaries, Happy Anni- They can just keep it in Ohio. We have versary to you. had enough. M argaret R adcliff 462-8250 In a semi-frozen state A holiday so soon, and I almost missed the deadline for the news. The days of the month are marching right along and I am slowly tagging along behind. I guess it is the cold weather that makes me so slow. I am semi-frozen. News is kind of short. I hardly see anyone to talk to, so den't get much news, Argil has not been home since Christmas. It has been really cold in Ohio, some snow. He doesn't want to take a chance on coming in and then the weather turns reall~ bad and he can't get back for classes. I can under- stand, becasue I don't like bad, slick roads. I talk to him quite often, and he is doing fine. Sue Hinter has been sick. She had. ,,,,. • . • 'lal~ pneumoma but ~s feehng some better." Also, Hanna has had a bad cold. Hang in there, Sue and keep thinking"Spring will soon be here." The State Road is fixing the Conings Hill where it is slipping away. Sure hope what they are doing takes care of the problem. It was getting very dan- gerous. 0 | iiiii I Recipe time again! For those of you who have forgotten or have re- cently subscribed, this column is dedi- cated to great recipes that I have found, tried and enjoyed. Mostly easy ev- eryday ingredients and v 'y tasteful. The following recipe i~ great and it's a new one that my family really enjoyed• This past Thanksgiving, I received a slow cooker from my Se- cret Sister from Camden Flats Baptist Church and I have been trying slow cooker recipes left and right. The house smells so delicious the minute you step through the door. I hope your family is as eager to xy this great dish as mine was. 1 Ib boneless skinless ckicken breast cut into 1-in pieces 1 can (15 1/2 oz) red k:dney beans, rinsed and drained 1 can (15 oz) tomato s~tuce April Sprouse 462-73O9 2 cans (14 1/2 oz ) sliced mush- rooms, drained 1 med green bell pepper chopped 1/2 c chopped onion 1/2 c chopped celery 4 cloves garlic, minced 1 c water 1 t dried Italian seasoning 6 oz uncooked gpaghetti, broken into halves Place all ingredients except spa- ghetti in slow cooker. Cover and cook on LOW four hours or until veg- etables are tender. Turn to HIGH. Stir in spaghetti; cover. Stir again after I0 min. Cover and cook 45 more mins. or until pasta is tender. Garnish with basil and bell pepper strips. Serves 8 RACHEL ANDERSON AND CRAIG PETERMAN Anderson and Peterman to wed RobertE. and the late Lauretta F. Craig is a 1990 graduate of Anderson of Troy are pleased to an- Hughesville High School, nouncetheengagementoftheirdaugh- Hughesville, PA. He is adairy farmer ter Rachel Anne to Craig Peterman, and part-time rural carrier for the the son of Thomas and Alice Peter•an USPS. of Benton, PA. Following a 2 pm June 12th wed- Rachel is a 1991 graduate MChrist ding at the Church of God of Proph- for the Nations, Dallas, "IX and is ecy in Sand Fork, Craig and Rachel presently employed at Anderson's will reside in Benton, PA and open Upholstery, Troy• their own home-based business, Peterman's Upholstery. I Over 20 years experience - Reasonable rates Electronic filing - Multi.state returns Personal anti Business returns ! 405 Norlh Lewis Street • Glenville, WV James & Annc Flynn • 462-7603 .jaflynn@rtoLnet FINDING THE PERFECT PET--Pet adoption campaign helps make the pet adoption process easier. ___._..._k.