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Around The Kitch en Table Get- ald in e M ar ks 462-7477 Fall's Not Far Away, Judging by Plants Francis "Delbert" Frame's parents Pauline Frame Sharps gave this Theseare sureslgnsthat'fallis not far were Albert Pinkerton "Pink" Frame and Virginia Vanhorn Frame. The Pink Frame homeplace was across the creek in front of the Crooked Fork Church. Delbert's grandparents were Llewellyn and Jane Boggs Frame. Llewellyn served in the Civil War. I went to school with Delbert's chil- dren. Delbert was a carpenter and did a lot of work tbr Dad and Mom when we lived on the hill. My brother, Eugene, remembered that Delbert once lanced a very painful carbuncle on Dad's neck with a special knife he had. Delbert was married two times, first to Lydia Ruth Frame; after she died, he married Ruey Agnes Stump. Delbert and Lydia's children were: Dorsey, born 1916; H obert, born 1917; Harley Leonard, born and died 1920; and James Dalton, born 1921. Delbert and Agnes "Aggie's" chil- dren were: Albert Floyd, 1925-1995; Camden Dyer, 1927-1985; Mary Elizabeth, 1929-1987; Pauline, 1932, living 2009; Francis Maggie, 1934- 1992; Infant daughter, born and died 1937; Delbert, Jr., born 1938; and Virginia Ruth, born 1941. information to me several years ago. Thanks, Pauline. Someone called me looking for an article in the Glenville Democrat (date unknown) about a former Glenville dentist, Dr. Withers. Hopefully, some of my readers can supply the date of the story. Members of the Rosedale Baptist Church are really busy this week with their annual Bible School. Great- grandson, Kraden Mitchell, is really enjoying his evenings there. I have a few more hummingbirds, but not as many as most years. A quart of nectar now lasts for a little over a day. Our weatherman says we haven't had summer yet. The thermometer hadn't registered 90 degrees since May, until this week. Some of WV's many varieties of sunflowers are beginning to bloom, thejoe-pye weed is in full bloom, and I saw some goldenrod almost in bloom. Those lovely little lavender flowers that become three-cornered burrs and stick to everything are blooming all along the roadsides. away. Gardens are doin~ really well. We have beans, cabbage,:corn, cucum- bers, broccoli, potatoes and squash in the garden daughter Regina and Todd helped me grow. YOUNG FRANCIS "DELBERT" FRAME, 9-9-1886 - 12-31-1944 Cedarville News JoAnnWoodyard 462-7093 Thursday, August 13, 2009 --The Glenville Democrat Glen ville First Baptist Church proudly presents & Men Page 9 CHARLES "PRESTON" GREENLIEF Sisters Welcome Addition to Family Billy and Ciara Greenlief, and big sisters, Shyala and Savanna, Would like to announce the birth of little baby boy, Charles "Preston" Greenlief. Born Jluy 22, 2009, at Camden Clark Hospital, he weighed six pounds and seven ounces, and was 20112 inches long. Come to Weston's Ultimate 4x4 Weekend Sept. 11-13 From Friday, September l l, through Sunday, September 13, the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum will host Mud Mania. There will be truck, motorcycle and ATV events, as well as live entertain- ment. Primitive camping is also avail- able, as are weekend package prices. The park opens at noon on Thurs- day for campers and ATV riders. For a complete list of times and events, call TALA at 269-5070 or visit www. transalleghenylunaticasylum, con~ 4-H Club Plans Kennywood Trip Our sympathy goes out to the Max- well and Pierce familes on the loss of a dear son and grandson; he surely will be missed by his family and friends. My 4-H club has a trip planned !:c Kennywood soon. Betty Riffle spent her vacation in Ohio last week, visiting her two sis- ters, her brother, and their families. It was good to see Tiny Moss in Braxton County, where he lives now. Wayne went to Normantown High School with him, and I went to grade school here at Cedarville with him. Wayne, Tena, Sonya and I attended our CEOS meeting at Baldwin last Tuesday; we discussed a lot of busi- ness. Dot Williamson is in the hospital in Morgantown for observation; we need to remember her in our prayers. Wayne, Sonya and I attended Bar- bara Reed's surprise 88th birthday on Saturday. Her family and many of her friends remembered her with birth- daywishe,:. She received several nice gifts and cards, and also a beautiful WV cake, decorated with blue and gold. Countless Uses [or Coffee Filters A great way to serve snacks, like popcorn and chips; Use for hundreds of craft projects; Keep food fresher! Wrap sand- wiches or lettuce in coffee filters be- fore wrapping in plastic; They are lint-free. Use them to clean glassware, fixtures and win- dows. A New School Year Is Beginning At GSC! Come Join Us! Students will soon be arriving to begin their "Pioneer Experience!" Convocation is scheduled for Friday, August 14, beginning at 3:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium. Once again this year, we will be having a "Com- munity and Campus Fair" lunch on Saturday, August 15, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the main campus. We will be located on the lawn of Clark Hall, just above the Amphitheater. It is very important that students have the opportu n ity to be made aware of our local businesses, churches, and other organizations that might be of interest to them. Glenville State Col- lege would like to introduce these new students to our local community and make them feel welcomed. We will be hosting a picnic 'lunch and would ask again that you come and join us. A table for you to display informa- tion designed to promote your busi- ness or organization can be made avail- able. You may set-up, beginning at 11:00 a.m. and should ~y to stay until approximately 1:45 p.m. If you re- quire any assistance, some of our per- sonnel will be available. Parking is available nearby. There is no charge to participate in this event, and we encourage you to promote your busi- ness or organization through coupons or gift certificates, free samples, re- freshments, and/or other items that might be appropriate. Remember, Saturday, August 15, at 11:30 a.m. Join us under the tents, on the Clark Hall lawn of the Main Campus for the "Community and Campus Fair Lunch" to celebrate the new Pioneers arriving in our commu- nity. If you are interested in participat- ing, or need additional information, please contact Kipp Colvin, on or before Wednesday, August 12, 2009. You may reach Kipp Colvin by email at Kipp.colvin@glenville.edu or by calling 304-462-4114. Please,join us to welcome the new students to our community on August 15, 2009 ! Bikers for Babies coming to Braxton County A uff ust 21, 22 & 23 marchiiiil/ofdimes~ Sunday, August 16, 2009 at 7:00 pm Everyone Welcome BURNSVILLE 1111[ GASSAWAY 304-364-4300 Ed America's Quartet Crawford, Steve Warren. Joe Armstrong, and Jym Howe Four superbly, distinctive and recognizable voices blended together to bring encouragement and inspiration. Individual members nominated or received multiple Grammy awards, Diamond awards, Dove awards, the only three-time inductee to the Gospel Music Hall of Frame, and one ordained minister. Collectively, the four singers have toured over four million miles world wide. Whether church service, concert, or revival.., evangelism toward the lost is the paramount purpose Conscientiously to programmed to all ages. appeal