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Page 12-- The Glenville Democrat Thursday, March 26, 2009 Around Kitchen T h e Get" aldin e M arks Tab 1 e Crooked Fork Icon, Floda White, Passes Floda Irene White was my next- brother, Wilbur, so we had several door neighbor for 36 years. On March connections. 15, she passed away at home. Had Floda once told me about a trip Floda lived until September. shewould fiom her childhood home at Clem, have been 100 years old. which I think she said is located in the I'm not sure what the capacity of the head of Steer Creek, above Rosedale, Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg to her grandparents' (Hube and Eliza- is, but I think it might have been full beth Frame) home on Crooked Fork, twotimeswithhervisitingfriendsand in 1917. Floda remembered the year family, had they all been there at the by the baby at that time. sametime. Thc Crooked Fork Church The family got up early, packed a was full, and two rows of folding picnic lunch, and loaded up in the chairs full of people lined both sides farm wagon that they used to haul of the aisle at her funeral, supplies. They stopped on top of Floda was born in Braxton County. Perkins Hill and ate their picnic lunch I think she lived at Clem most of her in the shade of a church that stood growing-up years. She told me that there at the time. They still had a few Clemwasapostofflcethatwasnamed miles to go, as Floda's grandparents after her father's brother; I think his lived maybe two miles above the name was Clementine. He was the Crooked Fork Church. postmaster, and Floda's father had a Floda remembered that the church country store at Clem. burned down soon after that picnic. It Floda was the oldest of 14 children, was never rebuilt, but I have been told Her parents were William "Will" and that the church bell is still in use in a Mac (Frame) Hart. Mac was a grand- church located on Sleeth. daughter of one of Crooked Fork's Floda'shusband, RayWhite, passed first settlers, Isaac James and Rachel away in 1990. They were the parents (Stalnaker) Frame. Will and Mac's of 12 children, and all of their chil- children were: Floda; Verna; Leo; drenareliving. Flodatoldmethatshe Pauline; Edna; Nellie; Rosalee; Pearl; and Ray moved to Cub Fork soon Darius; Charles; Edward; Herbert; after their marriage, and that she had Hubert; and Glennard. I didn't have a lived on Cub Fork for close to 80 census for the Hart family, so this is years. not in order of birth. We have been having a Revival Floda told me lots of stories and meetingthisweekatOakGroveBap- often gave me information for my tist Church, and we're having lots of columns. I miss her. We were not visitors. We have had a different related, but my sister Caren married preacher each night, and it has been a Floda's son, Dana, and her daughter, good place to go. Our pastor, son-in- Fay, married my husband Ralph's law Roger Stewart, helped hold Floda's funeral. We didn't have the Revival on Wednesday night, so ev- eryone could go to Floda's viewing. Cousin Josephine Conrad Mohr has been bravely fighting cancer for a few years. I hear that she is really bad now, and she is in the care of Hospice atherhome. Josephine's brother Carl's wife, Luanne, is scheduled for hip replacement surgery soon, so the fam- ily is really having a hard time right now. They have our deepest sympa- thy. Spring has been a little too cold and dry for things to grow very well. The deer are still eating everything they can find, including Tulips, Dames Rocket, Lilies, and lots of other flow- ers and shrubs. Some wildflowers are blooming. I have seen Coltsfoot, Whitlo-Grass, Henbit, and ground ivy. With a few warm days, we will have lots of wildflowers. FLODA IRENE (HART) WHITE, 1909-2009 J oAnn Woodyar d 462-7093 Planting Time Nears as Spring Arrives Betty Riffle visited her daughter was my first-grade teacher. They If anyone has any questions or would and son-in-law, Vicki and Larry were good teachers; he was also my like to purchase a bear, please contact Gerwig, on Saturday, and she got to principal at Cedarville Grade School. Jennifer Harper at 462-4945. or visit with two of her great-grandchil- Congratulations to Andrew Connie Stump at 462-5557. Connie dren. Coombs, on his First Place blue rib- will receive half of the proceeds, and I visited Ruth Dobbins a few days bon for his school project., all sales will appreciated very much. ago. I got to see Tanya Isenhart and Our sympathy goes out to the White Cooking Tips herandNorman'sbabyboy;hesureisfamily on the loss of their mother, • A roast with the bone in will cook a curie. Floda. She surely lived a good 99 fasterthanabonelessroast. Thebone THE GSC GROUP INCLUDES STUDENTS: Sarah Suan, Joanna Lamp, Robert Radcliff, Tiffany Frame, Sonja Meadows Hartshorn, Caroline Harris, Katrinna Fitzwater, Glenn Williams, Alyssa Hickman, Tashua AIIman, KarlDuval. On the Road to the Dominican Republic An energetic and caring group from ing for the Peace Corps, and I need to schools. They will also be involved in Glenville State College will be head- find out if I can handle some of the some building, farming, and child care ing to the Dominican republic in May sacrificesthat volunteers must be will- all while pretty much roughing it with for a week of volunteer work. Eleven ing to make," said Allman. no running hot water and sleeping on GSC students and GSC Student Ac- In addition to Allman and Duval, cots. tivities Director, Kipp Colvin are the GSC group includes students: Sa- Not only are the students volun- spending the week of May 23-30, rah Suan, Joanna Lamp, Robert teering their time and efforts, butthey working at an orphanage in the Do- Radcliff, Tiffany Frame, Sonja Mead- also pay their own way. Each person minicanRepublic, ows Hartshorn, Caroline Harris, is required to pay $500 plus air fare to Originally the trip was being Katrina Fitzwater, Glenn Williams; participate. The group is planning all planned by senior Tashua Allman and and Alyssa Hickman. Allman is the sorts of fund-raising activities, includ- her boyfriend Karl Duval. When only senior among the group that is ing dinners and raffies. They will also friends ofthe couple learned about the already talking about trying to make graciously accept any donations to trip, they too wanted to volunteer.The this an annual trip. "I am hoping to their cause. Donations, noted for the group quickly grew to a dozen young make a difference in a little boy's life "orphanage trip," can be made to the people who desired to make a differ- down there. I hope I will come back GSC Foundation, 200 High Street, ence in the lives of some needy chil- with a different perspective on life. I Glenville, WV 26351. dren. have never been out of the country The group is met weekly to plan Allman, who in the future, hopes to and I can't wait to go. I am confident their trip and work on fund-raising, work for the Peace Corps, is spear- that if we all work together we will be Allman, a Spanish minor, and Dural, heading the trip through Orphanage- able to raise the money we need to a first generation American whose Outreach. Established in 1995, Or- go," said Joanna Lamp. Karl Duval is family is Peruvian, both speak Span- phanage Outreach endeavors to pro- excited about the trip as well. "I have ish. helped the rest of the group learn vide opportunities to orphaned, aban- alwaysloved tohelp people. I believe some conversational Spanish during doned, and disadvantaged children, that I can give these kinds something, their meetings. Over 6.000 short term volunteers have and I am certain that I will also learn For more information about the trip worked for the organization since its from them," he said. to the Dominican Republic or tomake beginning. "I wanted to experience While in the Dominican Republic. a donation, contact Kipp Colvin at what it would be like to do this kind of the volunteers will primarily be fo- 304-462-7361 ext. 7412 or kipp.col work. I am really interested in work- cused on teaching English in the local vin @glenville. edu. It is spring now. I am waiting until years ........ the signs are good to plant, according We need to }remember all those on to theplanfing calerdarfrom the WVU ~ the sick lis~,~ur~rayers, Extension Service. There will be a fundraiser forConnie "Happy Birthday!" wishes go out Stump, tohelppayforRondelStump's to Albert and Wedith Moore. I was medical expenses from the accident. born on her 25th birthday, and she Bentley Bear orders will be taken. carries the heat to the inside more quickly; • When boiling, corn,, add sugar,to , Y’c 'e,.Prnorc,: e. iue. --" "-'o" _ Stop PATH, Informational Meeting the water, instead of salt; salt will ' in church or at home, pray for peace around this troubled world and violent Middle East! 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March28, from9a.m, to 3 p.m., at the This film runs 88 minutes, is not Doddridge County Park, in Troy. rated, and is in Japanese. with English Contact Peggy Doughty at subtitles. for more infor- For more information, contact Art mation. DeMatteo at 462-736 I. Ext. 7273. PHARMACY 356 WV HWY 5 East Glenville, WV Phone: 462-8300 Hours: After hours emergency, call: Mon. Fri.: 8:30 am 7:00 pm Doug: 462-5554 Sat.: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Scott: 462-7355 Our family looks forward to serving your family. Pharmacists: Scott Wanstreet, R.Ph. Doug Moss, R.Ph. Lori Plumrner, R.Ph. Man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, crucified, and on the third day be raised again." 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OH andAllegh- Lewis County Senior High School. enyEnergyCompanyofGreensburg, More information may be found at PA PATH, if approved by regulatory wordpress/, and http://calhoun agencies and constructed, would be a powerline, giant 765 Kilovolt electrical power The LCCC have organized several transmission line that would run 290 well-informed speakers from across miles from AEP's John Amos power the state to present an in depth de- plant substation near St. Albans. to a scription of the various issues around new substation near Frederick. MD. PATH. They plan to have the meet- PATH would include a right-of-way ing as a question and answer session swath 200 feet wide through farms with maps of the proposed transmis- and forests and other public and pri- sion lines and other informational re- vate properties, across up to a dozen sources available. or more WV counties, and through A flyer describing the evem is at- the state's Eastern Panhandle into tachedto this press release. Formore Virginia and Maryland. information on the local meeting, call The apparent purpose of PATH is Kaycee Lamb at (304) 269-5731. to transfer coal -fueled electricity from i Serving Gilmer & Surrounding Counties Since 1953 COLLINS INSURANCE AGENCY Your Hometown Independent &gent For your home, mobile home, farm, personal auto, commercial auto, life, A TV, motorcycle, boat, camper, flood, business INSURANCE & bonds -- Multi-Policy Discounts Available. COLLINS INSURANCE AGENCY Jim Collins, Agent 216 E. Main St., Glenville, WV - Phone 462-7951 o Fax 462-4600" CLOSED SATURDAYS ,,ment Party for 'Chief Depu _ Jimmy L. Moss 29 years' service On March 27, 2009 at the Courthouse kyrom 2: 0 is mwted to attend