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Y Jones Endurance 2nd Eng BN 88 K. Jones Camp Atterbury Maneuver Training Center PO Box 5000 119th EN WVARNG Bldg #213 Edinburg, IN 46124-5(D0 Endurance nd Eng BN 09888 AI Serving Gilmer & Surrounding Coenties Since 1953 For your home, auto, life, health and long-term care motorcycle, flood, business insurance, & bonds. Jim Collins, Agent Travis Woodford, Agent 216 E. Main St. Glenville, ~V Phone 462- 7951 Fax 462-4600 ptf01102 @' CLOSED SATURDAYS ]11 I .~ 9n in Secretary Ann M. terns and make energy efficiency im- ntly announced the provcments totheir operations. approximately $44"This is a time of enormous trans- that will supportfbrmation in American agriculture," energy plan to de- said Agriculture Under Secretary for energy and expandRural Development Thomas Doff. and environ- "We nccd to be bold in recognizing - and capitalizing on - new opportuni- support the ties. Energy is unquestionably one of to enhance renew-those areas that presents tremendous 5 Veneman. opportunities for economic gains and 'lternative energy ultimately an improved quality ofli fe." pollution and in-"ThedcpartmentofEnergy isproud an important of our partnership with USDA to in- :ion's overall vest in rural America," said Assistant Secretary of Energy David K. Garrnan. Were authorized by "Whether for renewable energy sys- Bill and will be con- tems or energy efficiency improve- with the De- meats, this investmem will pay divi- dends to the whole of our country. that $23 million is Rural America can help to fulfill the Rur lDevel- promise of the President's National Renewable Energy Energy Plan i expanding the nation's Efficiency lm- overall supply ofclean and affordable to assist farm- energy for a newcentury of economic and rural small busi-, growth." Wable energy sys- to vote in the City of Glenville Election on June 10, 2003, you registered to vote by May 9, 2003. register to vote at the Gilmer County Clerk's Office. Cathy S. Nolan Recorder, City of Glenville ate Affair with the Church Daschbach, SVD he could still promise that band, the ceinmy church of believers (that the New the exact same Testament teaches is Christ's pres- lion from a great ence today), that his presence would an spiritual writer, be with them "'until the end of time," st my that anyone "'who hears you, hears me." the April The quotation reads: magazine. I callHow ntuch I must criticize you, my of its honest church and vet how much I love you! as honest faith wit- You have made me suffer more than anyone and yet I for the owe IIlOFe tO yOt! thanto quota_ an vone. vi I should like to see ..... ~ you dest~oyed and yet I Phe- need vour presence. Thursday, April 17, 2003 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Pa~e 9 e I really like this recipe that a lady named Roxanne gave me and of course, I have to pass it along to you. It adds a bit of humor to our busy lives. Michael's Elephant Stew 1 reed. sized elephant 2 rabbits (optional) Salt & pepper to taste Various vegetables that are in sea- son Cut elephant into small bite size pieces, this should take about two months. Add enough brown gravy to cover. Cook lbr about 4 weeks at 465 degrees. Will serve 3800people. lfmor are expected, the two rabbits may be added, but do this only if necessary as most people don't like hare in their stew! This recipe can be found in the Favorite Recipes of Appalachian Se- niorscookbook. So if you are feeding a large crowd this Easter and they want to know what's on the menu, just tell them Elephant stew. For a new dessert for Easter try: Jelly Bean Brittle April Sp r ou se 2-r309 ( New Bundle of Joy ) 4 T butter (no subsitutes) divided 2-1/2 cups minature jelly beans 3 c sugar I c light corn syrup 1/2 c water I/2 t salt 2 t baking so'da In microwave-safe bowl, melt 1 T butter. Cube remaining butter and set aside. Line two 15 in x 10 in x I in pans with foil; brush with melted butter. Arrange jelly beans evenly in pans. In a large saucepan, combine the sugar corn syurp and water. Bring to a boil over medium heat. stirring con- stantly, until a candy thermometer reads 240 degrees (soft ball stage). Stir in cubed butter and salt. Cook and stir until mixture reaches 3(X) degrees (hard-crack stage). Stir in baking soda (mixture will foam). Quickly pour over jelly beans. Spread with a but- tered metal spatula. Cool; break into pieces. April Meeting Held i The Glenville CEOS met on April 8 at 1:00 p.m. at the Recreation Center. Charlotte Shaffner, president, con- ducted the meeting. Ann Nicholson read devotions: "An Easter Carol ." Roll call was answered with: What is your favorite Easter candy. Thir- teen members were present. Minutes and Treasurer's reports were given and approved. Spring Hobo Party will be held on April 28, 5:00 p.m. at the Recreation Center Shelter. The picnic at Cedar Creek State Park will be held on August 18 at 5:00 p.m, Harrison County Leadership Day was discussed. The meeting will be held at the 4-H Center on May 21, 2003. Registration is $16.00. The Area Meeting will be held at Days Inn in Flatwoods on May 17. Registration is at 9:00 a.m. Contact the Extension office regarding regis- tration. Cost is $13.00. Charlotte Shaffner announced Bar- bara Reed will be the Belle at the Folk Festival. Zella Rock had the lesson titled "Laughter-Good Medicine ." All lives have potholes. Laughter can shrink potholes. She suggests that we hang out with people that laugh a lot and find joy in their life. Ten laughs aday arc healing. Zella also told a couple of funny stories which were enjoyed by all. Meeting was adjourned. Ann Nicholson served dessert to the following members: Nancy Bezrutch, Maxine Clark, Evelyn Hardman, Lorene Hardman, Hope Poole, Pebble Pritt, Gloria Snyder, Zella Rock, Maggie Stump. Martha Harold, Charlotte Shaffner, Jane Singleton and the Hostess. Submitted By Nancy Bezrutch, Secretary Don't forget National Secretary's Week next week! See related ad on page 6. Try any one or more of the menu foUowing from Our "always a value" $1.oo , McChicken Sandwich Sausage Biscuit Sausage McMuffin 4 piece Chicken Mclquggets : Cinnamon Roll Side salad/with cheese Snac Size Yogurt Parfait 2 Baked Pies Cream Sundae New size value fry Bottled Water Medium Soft Drink Small Orange Juice We Love To See You Smile! McDonald's of Glenville 462-5OLO II II I : SunBridge Glenville News,..,,., " The nursing home will host a blood drive on May 28th fronn 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the facility. We would like to encourage the community's participation in this drive, so mark the date on your If you would like to be a volunteer at the drive, or if you have any questions, contact Amber James i i iii! i:i i You have given me the event coordinator at 462-5718. Par- ~. much scandal arid ~et .,ng .: 'o., lo,,ehave.,ademe lApril 12lh was our Easter Egg hunt for the Residents,] ttiture- .... iii i ...... u,,dersta, Mholi,,ess. ]Staff& Fanuhes.We also had an egg hunt wtth Glenvdle I h in l haveUever! i. this world ]Elementary Pre-K and Kinde_rgarten classes. Everyone] ~ .... .~ :~ seen anything ]had.a great tmle and we look f6r 'ard to semg everyone[ more false, yet never lagam nexl 1"ear. l haveltouchedanvthing ' EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH ......... all the foibles more pure, more gen- of it, like the erous or more beautiful Jackie Howes has been chosen as employee the month by his co- workers Jackie has been a valued employee at SunBridge for almost 12 years. Jackie wears several hats. He works in rnaintenance, housekeep- ing, helps others in ordering supplies for nursing and drives the van. Jackie has a great sense of humor. He seems to always be happy. Jackie lives here in Glenville with his wife, Sherri. Some of his hobbies are watching Nascar, baseball, listening to country music land spending time on his home computer. Jackie s co-workers enjoy working with him because of his willing- ness to help any department with a smile. SunBridge Care and Rehabilitation for Glenville within Countless times I have felt like strained theslamming the door oJmy soul ht wmr Vaembers, and face - and et, el'eta" uight, I itave the non- prayed thatl might die in VOlU" sure a1711s! In Carretto's 1 No. Icunnotbe]~'eeofyou,forlam 'm going to one with you, even i.f not completely rety because volt. Their too -where wouM l go ? To onewho buiM attother Church? church But I couM trot build one without led. It can also the same defects, ]or they are my that Christ defects. Aud again, iJl weretobuiM When he formedattother church, it would be nty (the early chutz'h, not Christ's church. yet No. lamoldenough. Iknowbette~: EMMA RYANN FOX Fox Family Welcomes Emma Ryann Robbie and Ashley Fox welcomed their 9 lb., 3.5 oz. daughter, Emma Ryann Fox, into the world on March 19, 2003, at 1:08 a.m. at Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital. Emma's grandparents are John and Donna Fox, and Joyce and Randy Riddle, all of Glenville, while her great-grandparents arc Dean and Norma Boone and Murl and Dora Smart. Emma is also welcomed into the world by several aunts and uncles; she and her parents would like to thank everyone who came to wish them well following the blessed event. EGGS-citing Kanawha Drive CEOS April 7 tbund 14 members of the something to show and tell about Kanwha Drive CEOS present when which I~tongcd to her mother. The Pres. DessieWolfecalledthemeeting lesson will bc "Remembering to order. Betty Wright read dcvo- Mother." lions: ~, ~ The lesson was taught by Doris and Open My Heart That I May S~. Williams and Lc~ma Beall, Doris ar- Roll Call was answered by members ranged a beautiful spring bouquet of naming their favorite Easter candy, purple and yellow flowers, Le~ma, a Jelly Beans wo~'with ehocol'ate .see'-' master gardner, distributed copies of ond. Happy Birthday was sung to Annuals lbrS~.cial Use. Annuals for Dessie Wolfe, Louella Stalnaker, SpecialEnvirgom~:nt. also perennials Betty Ellyson and Brenda McCartney. for the same type planting. Rosa Belle Gainer reported that the Hostesses Lenita Reale and Sadie Cancer Easter Eggs (2,029) were sell- Kelbe displayed beautiful Easter deco- ing well and she thanked everyone rations and served delicious refresh- who helped to make the project a suc- ments. tess. Sadie Kelble announced that bas- Those in attendance were: Lcona ket day went well and 14 people at- Beall. Rcva Bennett, Roxy Ellyson, tended. Pres. Dessic made the (otlow- Rosa Belle Gainer, Sadie Kelbl, !ngannouncements:clubmeetingtime Brenda McCartney, Lenita Reale, ~s now 7:30 p.m. lor the summer, Bar- Louella Stalnaker, Marito Stalnaker, bara Reed has been chosen Folk Festi- Doris Williams, Carol Wolfe, Dessie val Belle and CEOS Week is 18-24. Wolfe, Lorene Wolfe and Betty The door prize was won by Sadie. Wright. Secret Pal gifts were distributed. Submitted by Marito Stalnakcr, leader for the May Caroline Cusick and meeting, asked club members to bring Maxine Smith "Comedy Caravan Weekend Package"" Presented by : Sutton/Flatwoods Days Inn April 26, 2003 Featuring: Mike Armstrong (A League of Their Own) & Chuck Roy (Will & Grace; 3rd Rock from the Sun) Entire package is $99.00 plus tax and includes: Saturday evening dinner buffet, lodging for two adults, and Sunday morning breakfast. Limited amount of space available. Please Call 304-765-5055 Location: Exit 67 off Interstate 79, Sutton Lane, Sutton, WV 26601 West Virginia, Wild & Wonderful k._ It takes 35 plastic 2-1itre pop bottles to make enough fiberfill for a sleeping bag. Come and See Perhaps you are looking for a church to join for the first time or are simply searching for a deeper relationship with the Lord. Maybe you have not attended church in a long time. We invite you in the Spirit of new beginnings to join our faith community for Sunday worship. Celebrate Easter Sunday With Us Good Shepherd Catholic Church ii; ! !i Z