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nmwUJnlUUlinjmlnl IlUlHImluiinunllUi n ilium lllmU lllUUllWl| llU| NIIIU pln,m W!lmwnl nlnlNInl i! Page 4B -- The Glenville Democrat Thursday, April 9, 2009 Cedarville News JoAnnWoodyard462_7093 Dinners and Bake Sales and Salt, Oh My ! My family and I want to wish ev- eryone a happy Easter weekend and a safe trip to and fro. Get-we[! wishes go out to Ruth Dobbins. Our Ladies&apos; Club bake sale was a success; we appreciate all those who supported us. Our church group enjoyed singing with the patients at the nursing home. There was a nice crowd. Wayne and I had a nice visit with Jane and Jennings Law last Sunday. We attended the gospel meeting at the Gassaway Church of Christ one night last week and heard a great sermon. Tina Postalwait, Wayne and I went to the Senior Center's "Night in Paris" dinner and dance. If you didn't attend, you missed a good meal and a fun evening. Wayne was happy to get back to work at Cedar Creek State Park campgound, and to see the nice camp- ers. We need to remember all the sick and the soldiers in our prayers. Uses of Salt There are many uses of salt, be- sides the seasoning of food: A tiny pinch added to the whites of eggs before beating will make them froth quicker and stiffer; Add a little salt to the starch, when boiled; When sweeping, some coarse salt scattered on the carpets or rugs keeps down the dust and preyems moths: Throw salt on a fire to put t out: Salt and vinegar mixed will clean brass. FIRST ROW (L TO R): Jenny Shirey (Extension Agent), Ann Nestor, Bessie Welch (Program Assistant), Linda Pennebaker, Kayla Peggs, Jonathan Mason, Kristina Clark, Kathy Jordan, Mikala Pyles, Melody '-<. :i ...... :::::.:::#:::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .................. ::. :i::?:::: :% ...... :::: : ......... .::: :: Lowther, JoAnn Woodyard. SECOND ROW (L. TO R): Pat Nestor (Extension Specialist), lan Parker, Charles Hinzman, Brittani Bell, Robin Pennebaker. Brent Boggs (Delegate), Jodi Pettit, Nick Williams, Christine Davis, Wayne Woodyard. Cilmer County is Represented at Legislature 00i!J ii:iri!!::::i!!!!i'i::iiiii:  .......................... :::?ii;::  ::'=;2':: [i  iii :: Nii :: ii.E..[[ ::"]:= ai[ii:i:,i','f:i: OnWednesday,March25.2009. and Master Gardeners. in the Capitol's Rotunda. 20 people represented Gilmer The group kicked off the trip with a The group gov to meet with Del- County at WVU Day at the Legzs- welcome from Dave Miller. Director of egate Boggs, Senator Minard. and lature. WVU Extension Service. They listened Senator Facemire.They also observed We had representation from to guest speakers Jason Pizatella I WVU both the House and Senate sessions. Glenville Gators4-H Club.Cedar- Alumnus). Carolyn Long (WVU Board In the afternoon, the group took a ville Centurion 4-H Club. Cox's of Governors), and C. Peter Magrath tour of the Governor's Mansion and Mills Tail-Twisters 4-H Club. (Interim President. WVU) before visit- the State Capitol. before returning to Baldwin CEOS. Conings CEOS, ingthemorethan30educationalexhibits GilmerCounty GSC Speaker Series to wvu Community Feature Historian and Author Design Team Scott ReynoldsNelsonwillpresent (2006), which also won the bAH "The Death of John Henry and the Merle Curti Prize. His children's book Tours our City, Birth of Rock and Roll" on Tuesday, entitled Ain't Nothing but a Man: My April 14 from 4:00-5:00 p.m. in the Quest to Find the Real John Henry Offers Suggestions COLLEGE STUDENTS EXCELL; Three students from Glenville State College who visited the Legislature Heflin Administration Building Presi- (2007) is based on his research. He is on March 12 2009 during Undergraduate Research Day. Theywere presenting displays and demon strations dents' Auditorium, coauthor of A People at War: Civil- The Glenville Community Design for their respective research projects. "This is a great forum for West virginia's brightest and best," states, Nelson's lecture will discuss his inns and Soldiers in America's Civil Team is pleased to report a successful Majority Leader, Brent Boggs. From L-R are: State Delegate, Brent Boggs, Noah Kinder, Jesse DelaCruz, research into the life and death of the War (2007). He is the Associate Edi- weekend for the WVU Community and Nick L. Pahoundis. legendary John Henry. He will dis- tOT of the Journal of the Gilded Age Design Team. They toured the city, cuss how hammer songs, like John and Progressive Era, a member of the as well as the county, and presented a Henry, became the basis formodern EditorialBoardoftheVirginiaMaga- powerpoinl report with suggestions Civic Center The Fabric of Women's American music including the blues, zinc of.History and Biography, and for the revitalization of our down- W country,folk.androckandroll.Nelson theEditorialBoard, Labor: Studies of town area at a commumty covered- will point out that the "rock and roll" Working Class History of the Ameri- dishdinneronSaturdayevemng. They Events Lives' to Premier was a term that was originally used by cas. will be providing a wrmen report miners and railroad workers. ThiseventissponsoredbytheGlen- within the next few weeks. The Kanawha Players present Scott Nelson is a member of the ville State College Speaker Series and The local committee would like to Tom Sawyer, in the Little Theater, on The Landmark Studio for the Arts Native American. and African Ameri- OrgamzationofAmericanHistorians is free and open to the public. For express thanks to all the folks in- Friday and Saturday, April l 0 and l l ; is proud to announce the premier pro- can. and the Legum Professor ofHistory at more information, contact Dr. volvedin the planning and successof On Wednesday, Apri122, Moun- ductionofanorigirtalworkby, Angela.. With the help of various cultural .the College of Williani and Maryjn JonathanMinton.GSCAssistantPro- the weekend. They include: all the tainStagewillbeintheLittleTheater: Lib Kraus. The one woman show, costumes and small band instruments Virginia. He is the author of Iron fessor of English, at 462'-7361 ext. hostfamiliesfortheirhospitality;The From Wednesday, April 22, "The Fabric of Women's Lives" will to highlight her singing and speaking Confederacies (1999) and the popu- 7322. Glenville Democrat: Glenvitle State through Sunday, April 26, the Civic be presented April 9,10,11, and 17,18. voice. Ms. Kraus will meander lady acclaimed Steel Drivin' Man College; FRN; The Gilmer County Center hosts Ringling Bros. Barnum at 8:30 PM. at Cafe' La Dolce Vita, throughsomeofwomen'shistorywith Senior Center; The Historical Soci- & Bailey Circus: Afather may turn his back on his child, brothers and sisters may ety; The Smokehouse Restaurant: Michael W. Smith and Steven 4004th Streetin Sutton. Reservations an emphasis on her own experiences. ban be made by calling 1-304-765- This work is dedicated to mothers. become inveterate enemies, husbands may desert their wives, DeCarlo'sPizza:Visions.Vesselsand Curtis Chapman present"The United 3334. Tickets benefit the Landmark especially her own, Marjorie Lucille wives their husbands. But a mother's love endures through all. Victory; Foodland: Barbara Marks: Tour" on Wednesday, April 29. in the Studio and are $10.00. $8.00. for se- Lib. In addition, it honors school- --Wasliington Irving Ginny Hawker: Tracy Swartz: and Municipal Auditorium. niors and $5.00 for students, teachers, especially the writer's. Aunt Dave O'Dell. Please visit the website The production is an original work Frances. While it seeks to honor CORRIDOR00TIR E Car Care Center Alignments Rotors Brakes Oil Change Inspections 3 minutes west of Buekhannon 304-473-1999 www.charlestonwvciviccenter.com by Lewis County native. Angela Lib women. Ms. Kraus mtends that men. for more information. _ Kraus. She describes the work as a too. will find it thought-provoking "crazy quilt" of favorite songs and and valuable, as well as entertaining, Family Foot Care stories gleaned from her expertences smce the lives ofmen and women are as aWest Virginian. mother and pub- inextricably linked. lic school teacher. Ms. Kraus states, The audience is invited to wear "The goal of this work is to share their favorite hat to add a little fun to Specializing In: some of life's lessons from my expe- the evening. So. put on that favorite Coming Soon to Warts riences growing up in a rural Catholic .hat and come on over to Sutton for an West Virginia, becoming a mother evening that will feed your appetite Heel Pain X-Rays in Office Diabetic Foot Care eb's and public school teacher, and ob- for food and thought. serving the commonalities of three Reservations for dinner and the economically exploited cultures in the show can be made by calling Cafe' La United States: Appalachian Hillbilly, Dolce Vita at 1-304-765-3334 Corns and Calluses o200 .... ,.e 25-62 dyes does Bl.lnioi-is and Hammer Toes  , Are you Duefor your Annual Pap I I,[  Smear, Breast Exam, or Mammogram, 11 but just can't afford it.  Maybe We Can Help? IIt'00 Call: Gilmer Co. Health Dept. 462-7351 H ! This program is supported by Take Care of  funds from WV Breast and Cervical Vd'ITD12I 12  Cancer Screening Program in llOlJl' IR'00 cooperation with the CDC. uptown stylesfor LL,: . 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