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February 9, 1989

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February 9, 1989 Riddle of Ohio visited Mr. and Mrs. Her- Riddle a couple of week- ago. Mr. and Mrs. John last Sunday were their Linda Sumpter of She also visited Mrs. l Griffith and family. and JoAl'ln Woodyard Wayne's parents, Gan t Woodyard of Shock, last week. Stoneking and Jimmy attended an FAA Meeting last Wednesday. ldleman was up and with Nora Stoneking day last week. Brenda Litton and two of North Carolina are a couple of weeks vie- parents Mr. and Mrs. Pyles. Burke and Dave Spo- are on the sick list, hope rkeep improving. Providing Quality Tax, Accounting and Advisory Services CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 922 MINERAL ROAD GLENVILLE. WV 26351 Sponaugle has been David Sponaugle and think winter has set in now r Some really warm weather. I saw my crocus were blooming and have been for two weeks and I have picked a mess of wild greens. I have started quilting a quilt. I got a late start as the weather was so nice. How about a recipe for the week. Abraham Lincoln Marble Cake Light - 1 cup white sugar, 1/2 cup sweet milk, whites of three eggs, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1/2 cup butter, two cups flour and 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder. Dark - 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1/2 cup molasses, 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg, 1/4 cup butter, 1/4 cup sweet milk, 1/2 teaspoons bak- ing powder, three egg yolks and two cups flour. Mix batters separately. Butter a deep cake pan and turn in alternately the light and dark batter in ribbons, or put in by tablespoonfuls. Bake 40 to 60 minutes in moderate oven. Rodr,ey Moss has lost a yel- low striped tom cat. Anyone having any information about Rodney's cat please call 462- 8803. glLMER FFA HOLDS MEETING Gilmer County Chapter held its regular monthly on Friday, January 27 new vocational wing at Items of business which discussed included: an party; the Adopt- program; Ham, Be- Egg Show; and a sub- West Virginia Farms The group also a report on area highway Mark Montgom- on the plans for an team. The lead- award for January was to David Jones. VALENTINE'S DANCE Junior Class at Gilmer will spon- Dance on Sat- , =a-y tl in the ocrls The dance is scheduled to at 8 o'clock and end at 11. Students in grades 7-12 are en- couraged to attend. GCHS STUDENT COUNCIL MEETS On Tuesday, January 31, the GCHS Student Council held a meeting to discuss several items of business. Approval was given to the Junior Class for two fund raisers for prom. The first is a 50/50 drawing at the next home baHgame at $1.00 per ticket. The second is a Valentine's Dance for February 11 in the high school gym. Both items must now be approved by the school's administration. The Student Council also dis- cussed "A Battle of the Sexes" event which would stage the guys against the gale in athletic, artistic, and academic skills. To raise money, a half-court shoot- 'ing contest at halfdme was also discussed. No final decision was made on these two items. )nday, February 13: w/cheese, creamy chilled peaches, pudding and milk. February 14: Tur- w/gravy and dressing, green beans, sauce, white cake w/ hot roll w/butter and Free Senior Eyesight Program We'll test your eyes for cata- racts and check your blood sugar and blood pressure too during a free eyesight educa- tional program for senior citi- zens on February 14, 1989 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Gilmer County Senior Center. February 15: w/ham, broccoli/ fruit cock- Cornbread w/butter and February 16: Italian lasagna, tossed '/dressing, applesauce w/ Italian bread w/butter day, February 17: patty sandwich w/ beans, mandarin sugar cookies and milk. BABY CONTEST February 14, 1989 Due to the lack of interest in The King and Queen of Hearts Contest, we have decided to have a Baby Picture Contest. We would like for Seniors to bring their baby picture to the Senior Center office by Friday, February 10. Let's see who can guess the senior that goes with the picture! There will be a prize for the cutest baby. Academy announces enrollment J. Policano, owner of Beauty Academy the enrollment January term. are: Linda Arcure, De- Wilma Artmgast, Melissa Brown, Bush, Kimberly Jones, Marshal, Tina Nicholas, Tiea Pudder, Nancy Reese, An- ita Smarr, and Vicki Williams. They will be trained in all as- .pects of cosmetology: Hair styl- ing, permmg, hair coloring, make-up application, b iness management and hair shaping. The cosmetology courses are for one year, beginning in Janu- ary, April, July, and October. NTENDO s for Everyone Feb, 8-9 players $5.50/Games $2.50 Feb. 10-13 Players $5.00/Games $2.00 LADIES-Video Specials Feb. 8-11 3 VCR Movies/S4.00 Feb. 13 & 14 3 VCR Movies/S3.00 13 & 14 NINTENDO Player and 1 Game/S5.00 ELECTRONIC SHOP Cox's Mills Soil fertility key to production Are your fields producing less than they should? The problem may be soil fertility. Low fertility will reduce produc- tion on your farm. Many soils in West Virginia are acidic, meaning they have a low pH (5.5 or below). The es- sential elements, phosphorus and potassium, may be low. The best way to determine the soil fe ility and pH is a soil test. Soil test kits are available from the WVU Extension Service Of- rice, the Soil Conservation Serv- ice, and the Agricultural Stabili- zation and Conservation Serv- ice. A small sample of soil is sent to the WVU Soil Test Lab at Morgantown. The lab ana- lyzes the soil and sends recom- mendations back to the individ- ual. This information will allow better decision making concern- ing the amount and type of fer- tilizer to apply. Be sure and take a representa- tive sample of the fields you are testing. You need a minimum of 15 to 20 randomly selected soil borings for a good sample. Each sample should be taken from a depth of 2" - 4" and con- tain approximately a teaspoon of soil material. Without these ran- dom samples, the soil test will not be of much benefit. Cost-sharing may bc avail- able for lime and fertilizer appli- cations on pastures through the ASCS Office. Soil fertility is just one factor in grassland management. For more information on how to get your soil tested, stop by or call your local Soil Conservation of- rice at 462-7321. The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 9 N) ALLEN L. KNOWLES I!1, M.D. Board Certified-Family Practice Announces the resumption of maternity care in his practice at Main and 5th St., Burnsville 853-2931 I • LIVING ROOMS• BEDROOMS• ODDS & ENDS. ONE-OF-A-KINDS • DISCONTINUEDS . DINETTES, FLOOR SAMPLES• BEDDING• RECLINERS • TABLES • 88" S( a • Matching Chair • Oval Cocktail- 5 PC. • 2 End Tables GROUP 6 pc. Wood Group: / 5-pc. Drop-leaf Dinette or 7-pc. Metal Dinette Sofas As Low As: Your Choice . Innersprmg Sleep- ers Startin at 5-pc. 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