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jlinwlglu IllgllMIglillUR Iglgggglgng i,Imlngglnnl ...... IlgggllgllPllnB J!!lillmn=mlglIeglglgelPJn | !tRlli|lglgR OR  Page 10A -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday,February 12, 2009 i Orlando News Kate Posey 452-8427 Visiting in Orlando and Let Them Eat Cake Hello there, and Happy Valentine's Day ! This Sunday, as well as last Sun- day, Charles and John Bennett fixed supper lbr Vorris and Madeline Scott. The Scotts say that Charles and John are becoming very good cooks. Oth- ers to visit the Scotts were: Carl and Susan Stafford and children, Carl and Courtney; Bob and Sharon Saunders; and Kate and Russell Posey. Russell Posey, Austin Posey, Tommy Conrad and I visited Ruby Hitt recently. We also visited Tommy and Vada Conrad. Recent visitors of Pearl Smith were: Ronald and Jo Ann Smith and daugh- ter Lisa; Sonny and Cheryl Brooks, of Ohio; Darlene Hickman, ofGassaway; Beth Snyder, of Gassaway; Vivian Smith and a friend, Jill, from Ashville, NC; Lois and Jearl Ramsey; Laura, Zach, Trey and Linsey Chapman; Roger Nettles; and Rev. Johnny and Rev. Carolyn Nettles. Happy birthday wishes to my grandson, Austin Posey, who will be four on February 11. Recently, Billy Blake visited his 91-year-old aunt, Eula Riffle, in Buckhannon. He also visited his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown, in Buckhannon, and did some shop- ping. Toni Wine says Happy Valentine's Day to Mike and Cathy McCoy. Happy belated birthday wishes to Faith Kidd on February 8. Also, be- lated birthday wishes to Amy Ramsey and Karl Michael Boyce. Prayers for this week are needed for: Madeline Scott, who fell and broke her arm; Pearl Smith and her son, Roger Smith; Billy and Barbara Conrad; Sis and Budge Conrad; Jean Allen; Jane Sprouse; Terry Vankirk; Suzanne Wiant; Jo Ann Conrad; Jack Riffle; Jeanette Ratliff; Freda Heater; Pearl Linger; Butch Heater; Isaac and Hazel Flemming; Lois Ramsey; Cherry Ramsey; and W.C. "Whimp" Skinner. Recent visitors of Reba Ratliff were: Buck Ratliffand a friend, Terri; Roger Brooks and Joetta; and Randy Ratliff and a friend, Christina. Happy Birthday wishes to Rosa Sisk, Donna Mac Sol|Ha and Allison Pritt. Condolences to the family of Sally Brown. Russell and I visited Marty and Barbara Posey and family, and Carl and Susan Stafford and family re- cently. Recent visitors of Charles Bennett were Kate and Russell Posey, Susan Stafford and John Bennett. This weeks recipe is for: Apple Cinnamon Spice Cake INGREDIENTS: 3 cups all-purpose flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 cups white sugar 4 eggs lcup vegetable oil 1/4 cup orange juice 2 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1/2 cup chopped walnuts 2 cups apple, peeled, cored and chopped 1 cup HERSHEY'S Cinnamon Chips confectioners' sugar for dusting DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease and flour a 10-inch Bundt pan. Sift together the flour, baking powder and salt; set aside. In a large bowl, combine sugar, eggs, oil, orange juice and vanilla. Beat on high speed of an electric mixer until blended. Beat in flour mixture. Fold in chopped walnuts: Pour 1/3 of batter into prepared pan. Mix together chopped apples and cin- namon chips, and sprinkle 1/2 of mix- ture over batter in pan. Repeat layers, ending with batter. Bake in the preheated oven for 55 to 60 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean. Let cool in pan for 10 minutes, then turn out onto a wire rack and cool completely. Sprinkle with confectioners' sugar before serv- ing. Anextra editorial-- Be kind to immigrants because all of our families came to America from elsewhere! When mine came in the 1840s and '50s, they spoke only German and Gaelic. It took a while for them to assimilate, but they did. As a result, here I am, here you are, so here we all are together ... in the USA, and proud to be Ameri- cans. DHC, Sr., Editor Broadway in Charleston Continues On Thursday, March 12, The Clay Center presents Sweeney Todd. For ticket and reservation informa- tion, please call 304-561-3570 or visit www. theclaycenter, org. American Cancer Society Restaurant Eating Tips You'll find dozens of ideas here for eating delicious restaurant foods with- out blowing your diet-but most im- portantly, remember these two tips: 1. If you are going to eat out, think about what you are eating the rest of the day so you can plan well and not blow your "calorie budget". 2.Have it your way. Restaurants are in the business of serving customers. Don't be afraid to ask for items spe- cially prepared the way you want them. The Plan: When you know you're going to eat out, think about what foods you'll choose over the whole day. For example, plan on a light lunch if you'll eat out at dinnertime. Try not to skip meals, which may make you overindulge later. And most importantly, try not to show up at the restaurant famished! If you'd like to splurge on a higher calorie entrde, plan to skip dessert, and commit to sticking to your plan once in the res- taurant. Ordering Tips: Eating out doesn't have to wreak havoc with your diet. Try some of the following tactics to help make restaurant foods fit into your own eating plan. Order regular portion sizes in- stead of the jumbo sizes now com- mon. Try an appetizer, half an entrde, or share a meal with a friend and order an extra side salad. Ask for half the entrde to be wrapped up to go before the food is brought to the table. Get exactly what you want by ordering each item separately (a la carte). For example, one chicken en- chilada easy-on-the-sauce, side salad, and fruit dessert instead of the # 8 enchilada plate with rice, beans, sour cream, guacamole, etc. Learn to spot which dishes are made with lower calorie cooking methods. Ask how dishes are prepared and can they can do it your way: grill the chicken, steam the vegetables, bring sauces and salad dressings on the side, put just a dollop of cream sauce on the pasta primavera and extra grilled veg- etables. Don't tempt yourself! Have the waiter remove the bowl of chips or peanuts, or the basket of bread, after you've had a small portion. Calories from mindless nibbling can add up before you know it. Don't sit near the dessert cart. Limit alcohol. It's high calorie, has few nutrients, and can weaken your will power. Good Menu Choices: The follow- ing foods and methods of preparation are likely your best choices to help you stay within your healthy eating plan. Clear broth-based soups like Chi- nese won ton or hot and sour soup, consumee, tortilla soup, or minestrone. Lettuce or spinach salads with vegetables and dressing on the side. Go easy on the bacon bits, croutons, cheese, and mayonnaise-based items like macaroni salad or tuna salad (1/4 cup tuna salad = 190 calories). Raw vegetables (cruditds) with a small amount of low-calorie dip: Steamed vegetables with a slice of lemon; grilled veggies if not drenched in oil. Meats that are grilled, broiled, roasted or baked without added fat. Choose seafood that is broiled, baked, steamed, blackened, or poached-think tender sole poached in parchment with broth, savory vegetables and herbs. A reasonable portion of steak - 3- 6 oz.; other lean meat cuts served au jus, with a piquant fruit sauce, or stir- fried with vegetables. Again, go easy on the rich sauces. A baked potato with a pat of butter or small amount of sour cream. Top with broccoli, low-fat chili, or salsa. Sandwiches on whole wheat, pita, multigrain breads; with low-tat deli meats and cheeses; mustard, relish, ketchup, or low-fat mayonnaise. Add flavor and vitamins with roasted sweet peppers, lettuce, tomato, jalapenos, and chopped olives (small amount). Fresh fruit, sherbet, and angel food cake are good choices for des- sert. Hidden Calories: Look for the fol- lowing descriptions to uncover higher calorie menu choices: pan-fried, sautded, battered, breaded, au gratin, cheesy, creamy, buttered, deep-fried, bdarnaise, or crispy-as in the "crispy," deep-fried tortilla bowl holding the salad. Fast Food: It's fast! It's easy! It tastes good! There are lots of reasons why people cruise through fast food restaurants. "I'm trying to lose weight," is not usually one of them. While the occasional burger and fries won't wreak havoc with your waist- line, eating at fast food restaurants regularly might. For more information on the Ameri- can Cancer Society and our nutrition guidelines, please call 1-800-227-2345 or visit www. Reminder: Ten-digit dialing is required for all local calls, beginning February 28. Use the area code 304 with all phone numbers, unless a different area code is specified with a given phone num- ber. The second WV area code will be 681. Join a club and help improve your community! Gilmer County has The Lions, Woman's Club, Jr. Women., CEOS Clubs, Farm Bureau, and much, much more. 1 i IEI,1EI . 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Player's Entry Form Name __ Age __ Address City State __ ZIP: Home Phone Work Phone E-mail Years Played or Coached at GCHS [-]Yes, I will be playing in this year's alumni game. Please submit your entry by: : W'sell the best wJlh 24 !lOtlr service on_ the rest! Mailing to: Jeffrey Jenkins, United Bank, P.O Box 519 Glenville WV 26351 Faxing to: E-Mailing to: 304.462.5008, or J effre y.Jenkin s, ban kwithu nit There will be two games which will encompass two age groups. Age cutoff will be determined a few days before the event. Teams will be determined by odds and evens. Sponsored by United Bank, @ your service. Member FDIC Looking for great deals on buying or sel- ling merchandise? Wanting to buy a home in Gilmer County or in this region? 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