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,elebrating 50 Years Friday evening, May 22. at 7:00 o'clock Tanner High School Alumni Association will meet for a reception at the Gilmer County recreation Center Dining hall. Local alumni members will be pro- viding food. Two groups of musicians will be entertaining: Leonard and Steve Stalnaker and Mark Lynch, and Mark Gainer. Steve is the son of the late Fred and Loretta Stalnaker, orginally from Cedar Creek, and Mark Gainer is the son of the late Tex and Neva Lynn Ellyson Gainer from Crooked Run. There will be plenty of time for visiting and reminiscing as THSSA celebrates its golden anniversary. Please come out and join your friends and classmates. MARK LYNCH AND MARK GAINER LEONARD AND STEVE STALNAKER Law Day Open House at Supreme Court Law Library The Supreme court of Appeals Law Library will sponsor an Open House on Friday, May 1.2009. to commemo- rate Law Day. Law Day was proclaimed by Presi- dent Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1958 as a day to reflect on the role of law in the founding of our country and to recognize its importance for society. The theme for 2009 is a "Legacy of Liberty: Celebrating Lincoln's Bicen- tennial." tions of the West Virginia legal sys- tem, and free instruction on perform- mg basic legal research. Refreshments will be provided. The State Law Library is located in the Capitol Complex in Building 1. Room E-404. Metered parking is available next to the parking structure on Piedmont Avenue and on Califor- nia Avenue. Activities are free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Civic Center Events On May 8.9. 10. 15. and 16. the Charleston Light Opera Guild pre- sents South Pacific. in the Little The- ater:. Wild Wonderful Women's Week- end will be in South Hall on May 16 and 17: On May 28. Keith Urban, with Zac Brown Band. will perform in the Coliseum. For more information, please visit www. charlestonwvciviccenter, com. Thursday, May 7. 2009 The Glenville Demoera The Law Library's Open House will be held from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Events include tours of the Library, explana- Supreme Court Law Library at 304- 558-2607. Sunday, May 10, 2009 11.30 a.m. 3.00 p.m. Menu Includes: Prime Rib, Shrimp Cocktail, Crab legs, Chefs Choice, Pastas, Wild Rice, Steamed Vegetables, Red-Skinned Potatoes, Home- made Cobbler, Salad Bar All You Can Eat 00with Coffee/Tea/Soft Drink of Choice $22.95 Does not include tax and gratuity Gifts from the Arbor Day Foundation Make a Lasting Impact Honor family, loved ones and friends celebrating a special day this spring with gifts from the Arbor Day Foundation that will make a positive impact on the environment. Giving Trees in Celebration is a great way to commemorate a special occasion, including graduations, wed- dings. Mother' s Day and Father' s Day. Trees in Celebration honor loved ones while caring about the environment and planting trees in America's for- ests. Trees in Celebration include a certificate for the recipient, and for each dollar donated a tree is planted in a forest that has been damaged by wildfire, insects or disease. Gift Trees are a one-of-a-kind gift or party favor that lets the recipient know you care about them and the world in which we live. Gift Trees can be planted outdoors in the right condi- tions, stored in a refrigerator or grown indoors for months. Redwoods, pines and spruces are available. Each comes in a recyclable tube that converts into a birdfeeder after the tree is planted Give-A-Tree Cards offer an easy way to send best wishes, and plant a tree in America's national forests. Give-A-Tree Cards are a unique line of greeting cards that help replant America's national forests that have been devastated by wildfires, insects and .disease. Every Give-A-Tree Card plants a tree in honor of the recipient. This is a gift that will be appreciated today and enjoyed by future genera- tions. To purchase gifts from the Arbor Day Foundation and make a positive impact on the environment, go to Mother's Day Brunch Everyone is invited to the annual Mother's Day Brunch on Sunday;May 10th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Mollohan's Restaurant at Glenville State College. The menu for the brunch includes: glazed pit ham with pineapple, chicken cordon bleu and mornay sauce, carved roast beef with aujus, bacon, sausage, waffles, French toast, scrambled eggs, eggs made to order, omelets, mashed potatoes and gravy, candied yams, breakfast potatoes, biscuits and gravy, country green beans, buttered carrots. brussel sprouts, assorted fresh fruit, a full salad bar. rolls, cornbread muf- fins. and desserts galore! The costs for the brunch are $12.00 for guests. $11.00 for seniors and patrons using FlexDollars. $6.00 for children under 12. and free for chil- dren under five. Mothers who are accompanied by a guest will have half of their.meal price donated to the Relay for Life. Please call ahead for reservations. To make reservations or for more information, contact GSC Dining Ser- vices at (304) 462-4108 or (304) 462- 7361 ext. 7740. Garden Calendar Following are some tips for you gardeners, courtesy of the West Vir- ginia Department of Agriculture: May I 1: Seed sweet corn; May 12: Plant early celery and tomatoes. Estate Auction SATURDAY, MAY 9, 2009 ~ 9:00 am Gilmer County Recreation Center THE ESTATE of ANN and JACK V. STALNAKER David Stalnaker and Sue Ann Charles Co-executors FURNITURE: Like-New Maple Bedroom Suite w/Double Bed, Hutch, (2) Night Stands, Chest of Drawers and Dresser, Living Room Couch, (2) Ethan Allen Wingback Chairs, Nice Bedroom Suite w/Double Bed, Chest of Drawers and Dresser, (2) Blue Stuffed Love Seats, Tilt Table, Coffee Table, Stuffed Chair, Maple End Table, (2) Maple Rockers, Pr. Brass Lamps, Round Drop Leaf Table, Two-Drawer Rolling Filing Cabinet, Plastic Patio Chairs, (4) Four-Drawer Filing Cabinets, Rollabout TV Stand, (3) Storage Cabinets, Roller Cart, (2) TVs, Banker's Lamp, Twin Maple Bedroom Suite w/Desk, Computer Desk, Metal Office Desk; COLLECTIBLES: Kerosene Aladdin Lamp, Approx. (40) Collector Whiskey Bottles (Daniel Boone, Steelers, Sleepy Bear, Paul Revere, John Henry, Pearl Harbor, and more), Wonderful Bone ChinaTea Cup and Saucer Collection, Silver Spoon Collection, National Motor Museum Mint Car Collection, School Bell, Lily of the Valley Fine Arts China (serves eight), Greenbrier Resort China, Glenville Ludwig Glass, Brass Cigar Humidor, Brass Cuspidor, 6" JFK and Other Campaign Buttons, Set of Haviland China (Bavaria Germany), Pewter Figurines, Oil Paintings and Prints, Carnival Glass, Milk Glass, Ruby Glass, Cut Glass, and Army Foot Lockers; HOUSEHOLD & OTHER: Pioneer Stereo, WWII Books, History Books, Coin Books and Coin Collector Supplies, Watches, Knives, Bed Linens, Towels, Christmas Decorations, Maps, Old Records, Portable CB, Bearcat Scanner,,Kitchen Ware, Card Table and Chairs, Oreck Power Broom, Fishing Tackle, Hand Tools, Picture Frames, Console Stereo, Box Lots, and Much More. JEREMIAH SPRINGERMORGAN AND JULIEA ELLEN BUTCHER Morgan-Butcher Set Date SunDance Rehabilitation of Glenville as a certified speech therapist. The prospective groom is the grand- son of Sam and Lane Donley of Shepherdstown; Joel and Pat Stickler of Shepherdstown; June Morgan and the late Sid Morgan of St. Albans: and Russ and Joan Taylor of Wheeling; He is a 1999 Jefferson County High School graduate and a 2003 graduate of Glenville State College with a Bach- elor of Education Degree in Physical Education. He is employed by Do- minion Transmission of Weston, as a Casual Rouster. The couple will be married on May 30. 2009 at St. Matthew's United Methodist Church in Weston. A din- ner and dance reception will follow at Lambert's Winery. Larry and Pam Butcher of Cox's Mill. are proud to announce the en- gagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Juliea Ellen, to Jeremiah Springer Morgan, son of Greg and Roxanna Morgan and Arturo and Diana Bello of Shepherdstown. The bride-to-be is the granddaugh- ter of the late Doy and Pauline Butcher of Cox's Mill: the late Theodore Bush of Glenville; and the late Ruby Jean Bush of Cox's Mill. She is a 2003 graduate of Gilmer CoUnty High School: a 2007 West Virginia Uni- versity Cum Laude graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology; and a May 2009 honor candidate for graduation at West Virginia University with a Master of Science Degree in Speech Pathology. Upon completion of gradu- ation, she will be employed through Kesling Serves as Strawberry Festival Parade Marshal landing the role. "It's one of those 'oh my gosh' moments - and we've had several. The first was that someone actually wanted to sign her." Rod Kesling was born in Romney, but his parents moved to B uckhannon shortly afterwards and Kesling gradu- ated from BuddaannondpshurHigh .School in 1982,.,His. father, thedate Denver Kesling, was a long-time bar- ber here in town and his mother, Phyllis has since moved away. The Keslings now live in Redondo Beach, CA., where Rod leads the West Coast operatmns for Argotek Inc. They try to return to Buckhannon once or twice a year to visit close friends and will be here for festival week. The West Virginia Strawberry Fes- tival includes three parades - the Jun- ior Royalty Parade at 6:30 p.m., Thurs- day, May 14; the Fireman's Parade at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, May 15 and the Grand Feature Parade at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 16. Nine-year-old Laura Ann Kesling who made her silver screen debut in "Bedtime Stories" with Adam Sandler will be the parade marshal for the 68th West Virginia Strawberry Festival which kicks offin Buckhannon, May 13-17. "Bedtime Stories" premiered na- tionwide on Chris.trnas.D,y.2008 and was released on DVD April 5. In the film. Laura plays Bobbi. the niece of Sandler's character Skeeter Bronson. a janitor who is looking after his niece and nephew. The bedtime stories that be tells - with the kids interjecting their own ideas, too - begin to come true in Bronson's life. Courtney Cox. Keri Russell. Guy Pearce and Russell Brand all appear in the film as well. Laura. the daughter of Rod Kesling and wife Danielle, developed an in- terest in acting at an early age and has a number of TV commercials and print ads under her belt. "'We were obviously stunned to a degree." Rod Kesling said of Laura The worm is governed more by appearance than realities to that it is fully as necessary to seem to know something as to know it. Daniel Webster Throughout May: Historical and Haunted Tours of the Trans- Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. For more info., call (304) 269-5070. May is PGA Free Lesson month at Stonewall Resort. Call 269- 8886. May 2-4: Annual May Daze Extravaganza, Peterson School from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information, call 269-4660. May 3: "Hillbilly Rendezvous" at Appalachian Glass, in Weston, from 1-6 p.m. For more information, call 269-7328. May 8: Mud Bogs ATV at Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. Call 269-5070for more information. May 8-10: Pro Golf Pac-kage available at Stonewall Resort. Call 888-278-8150. May 9: Mud Bogs and Hill-n-Hole at Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. Call 269-5070. May 10: Mother's Day Buffet at WVU Jackson's Mill. Formore information, call 269-5100. TERMS: Cash or approved check. Must show ID for Bid number Announcements day of sale take precedence over any printed material. Auetloneer Note: Jack was a well-known Glenville resident and former Bank President of United and Kanawha Union Banks. This is the cleanest merchandise I have ever had the pleasure of sellingl Refreshments Served ,) Auctioneers Jeff Lowe Lic #1485  Phone (304) 462-8053 0 *'t'P Pictures and More at For more information on these and other events, contact: The Lewis County Convention & Visitors Bureau A Certified West Virginia CVB 499 US Hwy 33 East, Weston, WV 26452 304-269-7328 Fax 304-269-3271 or IWmlllll