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0000,round The Kitchen Table Thursday, July 16, 2009 -- The Glenville Democrat Glen ville First Baptist Church proudly presents Ivan Parker Page 7 COUSINS: Emoline (Conrad) Pierce; Carl Conrad; Geraldine (Allen) Marks; Pauline (Conrad) Conger; Harold Allen; Jesse Conrad; and Eugene Allen. Picnic Held in Garage; Hummingbirds Gorge This picture of the Allen-Conrad cousins was taken at Cousin Josephine (Conrad) Mohr's funeral. We are all grandchildren of Flemming and Ber- tha (Hamric) Allen. During the Fourth of July holiday, lots of people were visiting in Gilmer County. The Harlon Alltop family had their annual family reunion at their home place on Steer Run. Neighbors Edwin and Monica White hosted the Hashman Family Reunion at their Cub Fork log home on Saturday, July 4. I saw lots and lots of cars traveling up Cub Fork to the reunion; several of the cars were re- stored antique cars. Edwin and Monica's Cub Fork home was built by the Lewis Moore family around 1890. It became the home place of George and Essa Hashman in the mid-1890s. In the last few years. Edwin and Monica have done a lot of work on their antique home. I saw neighbors Ron and Cel Easterling's at Kroger. They were- shopping for company and looking forward to a visit with their new grand- child. On Sunday, July 5, the Crooked Fork Church held their annual home- coming. It was a rainy day, and they really appreciated their picnic pavil- ion. Last weekend, son Steven, wife Kathy, and granddaughters Kaity and Brianna spent a night with me. Kaity played the piano and sang a solo at church on Sunday morning. It was a song she had sung at her Uncle Ross's wedding. Daughter Jo Ann and husband Mike planned to have our family Fourth of July picnic in her apple orchard. It was raining, so she emptied her ga- rage and had the picnic in her garage. Thirty-nine family members came to the reunion from far and wide. We probably had enough food to feed two crowds, and everyone had a good time. Son Danny and children, Amanda, Austin and Adam, spent Sunday night with me, and on Monday morning, mowed my yard and staked my lima beans. Danny and the boys went back to Augusta, and Amanda is vis- iting me. We have had some record-break- ing cold weather. My garden is late, but it's doing pretty well. I guess the hummingbirds' tbod is scarce, because starting last week, they have been eating a quart of nec- tar a day. Duane Riffle has been really sick and is now in the Clarksburg hospi- tal, where they are running tests. BaMwin CEOS Meeting Bonnie called the July 7. 2009, meeting to order at 1:40 p.m. The Pledge was said by all. and Barbara had devotions. Roll was called by Helen. and we answered with our favorite holiday; eight of us were present. Minutes were approved, as read by Helen. There will be a picnic at Cedar Creek State Park on August 18 at 5 p.m. Bring acovered dish and join in the fun. We picked five lessons for the com- ing year: "West Virginia on the Move; .... Taste of West Virginia;" "Soul Care for Seniors: .... Buying Fresh and Local;" and "Stretch Your Time and Money with Master Mixes." The Achievement Banquet will be in October. C0nings News '"""',,0 Big Fish Tales The Fourth of July weekend was a pretty quiet one at our house. Lanta Radcliffhad a fishing tourna- ment for the kids at his pond on Sun- day. There were several fish caught, both big and little, and everyone won a prize. Later, it was time for the adults to fish: but they didn't catch as many as the younger ones did. This past week was good for putting up hay. The rain held off until Satur- day morning, then it only rained in .spots. At our house, it didn't rain enough to settle the dust. Down the road. you couldn't see to drive. Bible School starts at Cox's Mills Church on Sunday, July 19. Holiday House will be December 4. starting at 9 a.m. at the Recreation Center: more details to follow. "s dyes00doo s up to w rz s t yles .fb r do J n to uz -, fb 1k:s 205 S. Lewis St. 462-4646 (across bridge on right, used to be Lucy's laundromat) Introduces the Addition of Michelle Goodrich alongside Bey Drake and Deb Nicholas Featuring: cuts, color, perms, foils, pull-throughs, waxing, manicures, pedicures, acrylic nails, men's & boy's cuts. Complete Family Hair Care Call for Appt. Hours: Tuesday- Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Saturday appointments available Beulah Metz appreciatcs what ev- eryone did for her as a Belle. The meeting closed at 2:40 p.m. Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital Welcomes Dr. Fred Scott To Our Staff of Caring Physicians For your dermatology needs call his office located on the ground floor of SJMH. He will also see patients at offices in Buckhannon and Elkins. 230 Hospital Plaza. Weston, WV. 304-269-8128 _00NH_ STONEWALL Ir'K;ON IVAN PARKER ............................ The Glenville First Baptist Church is proud to present one of America's most exciting gospel artists, IVAN PARKER on July 19, 2009 at 7 pm. He is taking the country by storm with numerous appearances on National Television and guest appearances on the Bill and Gloria Gaither Homecoming Video Series. Although Ivan is a young man, he is a veteran in the Gospel Music Industry. He was voted Favorite Male Vocalist seven years consecutively (1989-1995) and again in 2006- 2007 and Favorite Lead Vocalist for six consecutive years for the southern gospel Singing News Fans Awards. He has also been awarded Soloist of the Year seven times by the Singing News Fan Awards. Ivan is known for his versatility in music styles. While attending a concert, you will enjoy old time favorites, his greatest hits and progressive southern to inspirational music. Audiences everywhere are drawn to the music and the message that Ivan Parker delivers. Don't miss this exciting evening of Praise and Worship with multi-award winning artist, IVAN PARKER at the Glenville First Baptist Church. It promises to be an evening to remember. 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