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Pat's Chat Pat Ridpath. Burnsville 472-5102 or 888-294-5401 Ladies, Take the Open- Toed Shoe Pledge! My daughter. Robin Bucklew. was in a car accident Friday evening. I am flying out there on Sunday and will be gone six weeks. She will be offwork for at least 12 weeks, but we are hoping by six weeks she will be able to do more for herself. I wish there had been a way to get her here among family, but it didn't seem possible. Please pray for her and for traveling mercies for me. My aunt, Jean McNemar Haymond, and her daugh- ter. Bobbie. will be making sure that John gets a good meal each day. He is excited about them bringing him rnenus from different restaurants so he can choose his own meals. Pray for him. too. If you have news for the Chat. please send it to wobbin @ webtv.net. My cousin, Dottie Riffle Ramsey, called to let me know that her brother Robert"Bob" died May 26: Hegradu- ated from Burnsville High School in 1957. I did not know that she and Mike had bought the home place and keep it for family who visit Those siblings have such a close relation- ship: that warms my heart. Bob loved croquet, and when all of them (Adele. Bob, Dan. Dave, Ray and Dottie) were home. they would play croquet the first three older ones against the last three younger ones,just like they had done in years gone by! Ray died earlier, and I am sure they missed him. Though it rained that day, Bob wanted to play croquet and set it up for them. though it was wet. They played an exciting game. and this was about eight hours before he died. My heart goes out to them all It is great to have a loving family. We miss our own "old home place." and I am glad they have theirs. I was also sorry to see that Philip Conley died on May 30. His wile. Helen Phillips Conley. survives. She was in the 1951 class of Bumsville High School with me. Such a pretty girl. married young and STAYED married 58 years. That is another heart-warming relationship. Six chil- dren. 17 grandchildren, and five great- grandchildren also survive. He was a W.W.II Navy veteran and retired from GM If you would like to donate in Phil's name, they request that you send it to The Salvation Army. Greater Cleveland Chapter, P. O. Box 5847. Cleveland. OH 44115. My sympathy to Helen and all of Phil's loving fam- ily and friends. Margret Willey's morn. Ressie Wil- son. will be turning 95 on June 19. If you would like to send her a card. please send it to P.O. Box 462. Burnsville. WV 26335. Mark your calendar for West Virginia's largest yard sale, August 6 - 8. from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, rain or shine!! Register your sale on the map by contacting the B uckhannon Upshur Convention and Visitors Bu- reau (CVB) at 304-472-4100 ext. 37, or e-mail buckhannoncvb2OO9@gmail.com. It is $10 for an individual or $20 for a business or orgamzation If you have five or more families at one site. the charge is $50. They will advertise on the East Coast from Maine to Florida, and the Cincinnati and Pittsburgh ar- eas, plus many antique publications. Last year, shoppers from Louisiana, Missouri, Oregon and many other states were busy finding bargains. You can make a profit on your unwanted clutter! There is a three-minute devotional called "A Better Way to Live" that you can find xt two ways: www.itiswritten.com, then select #3 in the picture box on the left. or go to www. itiswritten, com/betterwav/. I got this email earlier and the writer is adamant about the Open-Toed Shoe Pledge, which I quote: "Alright, ladies, it's that time of year once again !!! I think we need to be reminded of a few things. So my sisters, PLEASE, raise your big toes and repeat after me The Open Toed Shoe Pledge: As a member of the Cute Girl Sisterhood, I pledge to fol- low the Rules when wearing sandals and other open-toed shoes: I promise to alwa} s wear sandals that fit. My toes will not hang over and touch the ground, nor will my heels spill over the backs. And the sides and tops of my feet will not pudge out between the straps. 1 will go polish-free or vow to keep the polish fi-esh, intact and chip-free. I will not cheat and just touch up nay big toe. 1 wilPsand down any mounds of skin before they turn hard and yellow. I will shave the hairs off my big toe I won't wear pant)hose even if my misin- formed girlfriend, coworker, mother. sister tells me the toe seam really will stay under my toes ifI tuck it there. If a strap breaks. I won't duct-tape, pin, glue or tuck it back into place hoping it will stay put. I will get my shoe fixed or toss it I will not live in corn denial: rather I will lean on my good fiiend. Dr. Scholls. if my feet need him. I will resist the urge to buy jelly shoes at Payless for the low. low price o1$4.99 even if my feet are small enough to fit into the kids' sizes. This is out of concern for my safety, and the safety of others. No one can walk properly when standing in a pool of sweat .and I would hate to take someone down with me as I fall and break m y ankle. I will take my toe ring off toward the end of the day if my toes swell and begin to look like Vienna sausages. I will be brutally honest with my girlfriend/sis- ter/coworker when she asks me if her feet are too ugly to wear sandals. Some- one has to tell her that her toes are as long as my fingers, and no sandal makes creepy feet look good. I will promise ifI wear flip flops that I will ensure that they actually flip and flop, making the correct noise while walking, and I will swear NOT to slide or drag my feet while wearing them. I will promise to go to my local nail salon at least once per season and have a real pedicure (they are about $20 or $25 and worth EVERY penny). I will promise to throw away any white/off-white san- dals that show signs of wear.., nothing is tackier than dirty white sandals." Maranatha! President Approves Federal Disaster Declaration for Mingo, Wyoming Counties Governor Joe Manchin and state emergency management officials re- ceived word that President Obama has approved the governor's request for a federal disaster declaration for southern West Virginia. following severe storms, flooding, mudslides and landslides that occurred last week- end. This designation enables federal funding and personnel to be allocated to the flood-ravaged areas to assist with cleanup efforts and to provide additional assistance to those who were directly affected by the flooding and storms. Manchin said he applauds the Presi- dent and Homeland Security Sec. Janet Napolitano for the quick action on the disaster request, and for the strong support from the state's congressional delegation for expediting the declara- tion. "Senator Byrd. Senator Rockefeller and Congressman Rahall have all been working hard with us to ensure that the families of southern West Vir- ginia are able to get the additional help they need," Manchin said. "This is a coordinated effort on all fronts, in the flood zone. in Charleston and in Washington. to make this recovery as quick as possible. With the federal declaration, we have more tools and funding to get our residents' lives back in order.", ,~ The initial declaration covers Mingo and Wyoming counties, but other ar- eas can be added, as damage assess- ments and the recovery process con- tinues. Mingo and Wyomingcounties were most affected by last week's flooding, and the damage in those counties alone is enough to warrant federal assistance, said state Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Director Jimmy Gianato. Economic Stimulus Couoons J. Three Gilmer County students were among those named to the Dean's List at Fairmont State University alter completing the spring 2009 semester. They are: Kenneth Fisher (School of Graduate Studies); Marsha Benson; and Nicole Jenkins (FSU). A total of 1,304 students are being recognized for academic distinction by earning a 3.4 or better grade point average. Students achieving a perfect 4.0 grade point average also have been named to the President's List. Gilmer County GLENVILLE MCDONALDS Residents IS CELEBI A TING THE Named to 60TH ANNUAL WV Dean's List I STATE POLK PES TIVAI I Buy One Beverage and Get Another Free! * COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED WHEN ORDERING Theater f~~l~'~ co t ..,_ Welcome to the 60th Production Comes o Annual West Virginia ~, Lz.2~r.~-'JI~ State Folk Festival! t p to Sutton m July 'l~l't'~'~'l~~ Enjoythe weekend full The Landmark Stud,,, lot the Arts ~"!~ ~ ~' II ~ , ..~.',~~'~.4[~ of activities and be sure located at 4th and Main Streets in Sutton, will present You CaH't Take it ....~ to stop in your Glenville With You on July 17, 18, 24. and 25. ~le ~ 3-0 ~ ~/oU ~tlai~ ! Jlat,+/'~,~.,~1,/,~ ...... 1 Shows begin at 8 p.m. Mel~__s~l,,~l,-462-[~10 zv, t.*.-t,,~t+~t+o *ul a ~u,,.,x, For ticket information or rose va- - refreshing beverage. tions, call 304-765-3334, or visit www.landmarkstudio.org. ~ ,,, r" Royal Palace brand Area Rugs 30% off, 6-8 pm ..... p~ice~] ,,+ ,:,.~,,, . '. 180 MAIN A ~~l- Westo#'269-527Q All Are Invited/ Thursday, June 18. 2009 The Glenville Democrat Attention-. Red Hat Ladies! A Red Hat Celebration Day will be held on Saturday, July 1 [. beginning at 10:30 a.m. at Stonewall Resort. near Weston. lf you plan to attend, a $48 fee must be paid by June 28 to Yv(mne King, Queen of Gilmer Gadabouts. who will forward the money to the sponsoring chapter. Please send your check to 113 Center Street. Glenville, WV 26351. The activi ties include a boat cruise, lunch at the resort, a fashion show, staging groups, clogging, the use of any facility (pool, exercise equipment, etc.) except golfing, a silent auction. and sales of Red Hat clothing and jewelry. The Gadabouts will not meet for a regular July meeting. Carpooling is available for the Stonewall trip. For more information, call Yvonne at 462- 7856. The August meeting will be a pic- nic on Thursday, August 13, at Cedar Creek State Park, at noon. Dr. Peter Barr Appointed as Chair of Task Force Glenville State College President Peter B. Barr has been appointed to chair the P-20 Collaborative Task Force by Brian Noland. Chancellor of the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission. In his charge, Chancellor Noland asked the P-20 Collaborative Task Force to focus on 'improving the preparation, retention, and develop- ment of professional educators at all levels and promoting a seamless edu- cation system connecting all levels of learning." Barr said. "Clearly, this is a daunt- ing charge, but also one that reso- nates. I think few would argue with the view that P-20 education is frag- mented, lacking a predictable umty, and needlessly complex. " The task force shall include a broad representation of elementary, middle, high school, college, and university educators. With greater collaboration across the state's educational system, all edu- cation institutions will benefit MRS. ALMA BRADY, BEING PRESENTED WITH SERVICE PLAQUE FROM N.E.S. PRINCIPAL, PATTY LOWTHER Shock Resident Receives Award Mrs. Alma Brady, Foster Grand- parent at Normantown Elementary School, was presented with a plaque for service by Principal Patty Lowther. Mrs. Brady has been associated with the Foster Grandparent program for more than ten years. She works with the kindergarten students in Mrs. JoAnn Hill's classroom at Normantown. Mrs. Brady is the wife of Brock Brady, of Shock. She is the mother of Matthew. Jill. Jennifer and Julie. In addition to working at the school. Mrs. Brady is also a Senior Compan- ion. She enjoys her hobbies, which include gardening and sewing. God sees us through our Mothers' eyes and rewards us for our virtues. --Ganeshan Venkatarman ~'~l James Family .lamming, please come join, and do some pickin'. Last Resort Farm is grilling sausage and onions. ,~; Joins us for the festivities. ~2J Available: (Lettuce. 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