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...... i " it Page 8 -- The Glenville Democrat Thursday, September 10, 21)09 T he Ger aldine M arks Kitchen 462 7477 Farmers' News Farmers' Market News for September 12 The weather has been very coop- People have been asking if there will erative for the Farmers' Market this be pumpkins. season. We have been lucky. The "mums" have been selling out Tomatoes and peppers, both hotfast. Come early to get yours or place and sweet, are very abundant now. an order for the following week. The second crop of beans is now This Saturday the featured lunch ready. There are canning tomatoes will be pulled pork. Come join usand available by the box. It's time to enjoythefoodandsocializewithfolks make your juice, salsa, and sauce, throughout the county. Please inquire about bulk purchasing Any groups that would like to pre- from the vendors, pare food for lunch as a fundraiser, We hope that someone has a pump- please talk to us and get on the sched- kin patch that will soon mature and ule. will be available to bring to Market. See you Saturday. From the Front Porch: Troy News Lori Rosenburg 462-4398 Long Weekend Savored GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN DUSTIN AND GRACIE Fly Safely, Little Hummingbirds! Aren't they cute? Daughter Regina tives and friends were there. We went took this picture at the Richard and to Bluefield and traveled on Rollyson Lulu Marks Reunion, in August, at Hill Road, where i had never been Cedar Creek Park. Their names are before, to Angela's Belfont home. DustinPhillipHarperandGracieLynn This past week, Lucille Butler Adams. They are son Tim and his passed away. My husband, Ralph, wife Debbie's grandchildren. Dustin and her husband, Jennings, were and Gracie's proud parents are James Normantown school bus drivers and "Jim" and Jennifer "Jenny" Marks friends for several years. Lucille was Harper and Matthew "Matt" and also a Gilmer County retired school RachelMarks Adams. They live close teacher. The family has our deepest to son Tim's, on Cedar Creek Road. sympathy. Dustin and Gracie's favorite visiting I talked to classmate and cousin, place is "Poppa" Tim and "Nanna" Luanne Conrad. She is in the Elyria Debbie's house, hospital, and they are running tests on Barbara Cogar Erwin, of Califor- her heart. We hope that all her tests nia, called to let everyone know that turn out good. Luanne said Carl's she and her family are safe from the brother, Paul, is also in the hospital. fires. Barbaraandhercousin, Jeanette, He has been diagnosed with lung can- are working on the Sands geneology cer, and it has spread to his back. His and almost have it put together. Bar- doctors plan to give him treatments to bara wonders how Dee Bright is; she shrink the mass. We hope for the best hasn't heard from her for a while, for them. Last Sunday, granddaughter An- I still have several hummingbirds, gela and I attended the viewing of but some of them have left; I wish neighbor and friend, "Bt~ck" Ratliff, them all a safe journey. in Flatwoods. Lots of Buck's rela- *** Unquestionably, there is progress. The average American now pays out twice as much in taxes as he formerly got in wages. --H.L. Mencken Saturday. Sept. 12 Admission: per person Children 10 & under FREE Tickets and snack bar open at 7 p.m. - Movie starts at 8:15 p.m. 304-354-9405 info@mountziondrivein.com h ttp ://www. me un tziondrivein, corn Glenville State College Bluegrass Band Presents Bluegrass Music and a Movie "A Mighty Wind" Free Donations I hope everyone had a wonderful that he got to the phone before mid- Labor day. Many residents around night to call. It was our anniversary, town worked in their gardens, har- and he wanted to make sure he was vesting what was left of them, and able to tell me he loved me before the some were mowing their hay fields. ! day was over. He is so sweet, and I sure enjoyed the long weekend we miss him so. He said that the heat has had; it gave me plenty of time to study not been as rough this year as it has in for exams that I will be taking tomor- the past, but that they have been doing row at the college Cary had to write theirmissions at night to avoid the hot ashort essay about the bookthey have temperatures. been reading in his English class. I hope that everyone has a safe and Jason called from Iraq last Thurs- wonderful week; until then, I'll be day at 11:59 pro. He had just made it waving at you from the front porch. to AI Asad Air Base and was proud udiciary Welcomes Phillip "ot to Bench GSC Bluegrass Band to Perform at Mt. Zion Drive-In Sept. 12 The Mount Zion Drive-In, in there are only nine in operation in the Calhoun County, is hosting an evening state. of Bluegrass music and a movie on The Glenville State Bluegrass Band Saturday, September 12, 2009, at 7 will be headlining the concert, along p.m. with XM Radio favorites Retro & The event will recreate one of the Smiling and other special guests. The historic drive-in Bluegrass music GSC Bluegrass Band is an off-shoot shows under the stars that were so of the Glenville State College Blue- popular during the 1940s, 50s, and grass Certificate program. Members 60s, when most of the major Blue- include students: Luke Shamblin, of grass performers had tours which ap- Elkview; Josh Chapman, of peared at many of the area drive-in Sissonville; Derek Vaden, of Kansas; theatres. Megan Murphy, of Glouster, OH; Most notable among the bands who TrishCottrell, of Glenville; and Butldy frequented our local drive-ins were Griffin. Griffin also performs with Columbia recording artists and Grand Ashley Messenger, as Re!re & Smil- Ole Opry stars Lester Flatt and Earl ing. Scruggs, Mercury recording artists Topping off the evening will be the Ralph and Carter Stanley, King re- showingofA Mighty Wind. Tying in cording arti'sts Don Reno & Red with the Bluegrass theme, the movie Smiley, MGM recording artists the isagreatfolkmusic"mockumentary," Osborne Brothers, and RCA record- starring Eugene Levy and Catherine ing artists Melvin and Ray Goins and O'Hara. the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers. "We hope to recreate the atmo- "These guys were the 'big guns' of sphere of those great drive-in Blue- the era, writing and recording classic grass shows from long ago. This will standards which we study and emu- be the pilot event for what we hope late today. These stars would meet will be a regional 'Bluegrass at the and greet the fans in a close-up and Drive-In' tour next summer," said personal way at drive-in concerts, a Griffin. tradition which has been lost or ig- In preparation for the evening's ac- nored by most top recording stars tivities, about two dozen GSC first- today. I still recall the excitement, year students will be visiting the Mt. with the smell of popcorn and the Zion Drive-In on Friday and Satur- electricity in the air, as people flocked day, September 11 and 12, for a com- into the drive-in to see and hear their munity engagement project that will favorite entertainers. Some folks even involve painting, beautification, and sat and listened from their cars, blow- setup for the event. ing horns instead of applauding for The Mt. Zion Drive-In Theatre is each musical selection," said Buddy located on Route 16, in Calhoun Griffin, Instructor of Music at Glen- County, seven miles south of ville State College and member of the Grantsville. Admission is a donation, GSC Bluegrass Band. with proceeds benefitting the GSC Atthepeakofdrive-intheaterpopu- Bluegrass Program. larity, there were some 85 theaters in Formoreinformation, contact Grit- the state of West Virginia. Today, fin at (304) 462-4130. SupremeCourtChiefJusticeBren, litical science in 1968 and his law Cedarville News ,oA..WooO,-.r .,, 2_7o93 BcnjaminwelcomedPhillipD.Gaujol degree in 1971 from WVU. He is a ofMorgantowntothejudiciary. Gov- pastmemberoftheboardofDirectors Canning Finished for the ernor Joe Mancin III appointed Judge of the Men General Hospital Founda- Gaujot to the new circuit judge posi- !ion and a past member of Session of !ion in the Seventeenth Judicial Cir- the First Presbyterian Church in I hear the Rodeo was bigger and haven't been to the Senior Center, cult in Monongalia county. Morgan!own. better this year; sorry we did not get to corn out and join us! The Legislature created the seat "I am absolutely humbled. I am attend very much of it. I went to the Recreation Center earlier this year through Senate Bill humbled that I can serve the commu- Our sympathy goes out to the But- Saturday, for a baby shower for Tit- 338. which passed during the 2009 nity as a judge because I do think the ler family on the loss of their loved fany and Mike Wheeler. They got regular legislative session. Judge judge of a circuit court is one of the one. Lucille will surely bemissedby lots of nice gifts for their baby girl, Gaujot will join chief Judge Russell most important, if not the most ira- her friends, family, church and corn- who will be coming soon. M. Glawges, Jr., and Judge Susan B. portant, jobs in the county," Judge munity. New Hints Tucker in the Seventeenth Circuit. Gaujot said. "I look forward to repre- Faye Workman, of Gassaway, vis- When food is too salty, add a cut "Ihavehadtheopportunity to work senting the people of this county and itedherdaughter, EmyleaShields, for raw potato, then discard the potato with Mr. Gaujot in the past. He has doing it in the fairest way. I believe a little while on Saturday. once it is boiled; always been a fine gentleman and a that I can set aside any preconceived My friend, Rose White, called me To get the corn silk off of an ear fine attorney. I believe he will be an thoughts that I might have, or even and told me her daughter, Edith ofcorn, brush downward with a paper outstandingjudge,"saidChiefJustice biases that I might have, and rule Helmick, is in the Morgantown hos- towel; Benjamin. "~,, based upon the merits of a case and pital. Hersister, Darlene, is in Stone- To remove children's crayon Judge Gaujot, 64,has practi~zedlaw the facts and the law. I believc I have wall Jackson hospital, and the3~ 'can . marks from linoleum or tile, use sil- in'West Virginia for 38 years and:;~as 'the wisdom to do thaL both use lots of prayers: ............. ver polish; I think my canning is about over for To pick up slivers of glass, it helps sel'ved as administrative law judge "I am humbled by all the support this year. to use a dampened paper towel. We had fun at "Western Day" onHope all had anice holiday week- Friday at the Senior Center. If you end! Did you know that the Minnie Hamilton Health System Glenville Office hosts a full-time, pediatric clinic? Dr. Therese Linnon and her staff invite you to make an appointment for your child today. 7"he Pediatric clinic at MHHS-Glenville office is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00-4:30. On Wednesdays, the clinic is open 10:00- 5:30. Every other Tuesday, Dr. Linnon sees patients at the Grantsville office. Family an ..t General Medical Services Pediatric Clinic Physical Therapy -- Radiology Laboratory SchoolBased Health Center . Glenvllle State College Medical Services Minni Hamilton H alth System 809 Mineral Road 186 Hospital Drive Glenvlile WV Grantsville WV 462-7322 354-9244 for ~,Vorklorce West Virginia lbr the past eight years. He was an assistant attorney general from 1971 to 1974 and since then has been a solo practi- tioner in Charleston and Morgantown. Additionally, Judge Gaujot served as general counsel for the city of Nitro for eighteen years, the city of Shinnston for eight years, and/'or the sheriff of Kanawha County. He is a member of the board of Directors of the West Virginia Uni- veLsity Alumni Association, having received his bachelor's degree in po- that was given to me in this endeavor of being appointed as a judge. I had a lot of support from a lot of lawyers and non-lawyers from around the state, and around the country, for that mat- ter," Judge Gaujot said. He said he is eager to start work as soon as the logistics of his training and swearing-in can be worked out. He does not know when that will be. "We welcome Judge Gaujot and look forward to working with him," said Supreme Court Administrator Steve Canterbury. Cunningham's Knife & Gun Shop Ruger LCP, .380s In Stock Several 223 Rifles in Stock Ruger SR-556 In Stock Compare my prices "I will trade" 304- 462-8654 September Welcome Back Premium Night Thursday, September 17, 2009 4:30 p.m. until 7:00p.m. / Roast Prime Rib au Jus and Horsey Sauce Breast of Chicken, Coq au Vin Deep Fried Lake Erie Perch Baked Penne Pasta Alfredo with Smoked Salmon, Capers and Bermuda Onions Broccoli Casserole Glazed Baby Carrots Baked Potato Bar with all the Fixin's Full Salad Bar with Speciality Salads Warm Rolls and Cornbread Muffins Asst. Cobblers, Hot Fudge Ice Cream Cake and much more ! ! ! Guests $7.50 $10.95 Children 12 and under Seniors and Faculty Flex $6.00 $9.95 Under 5 Student Flex Free Please call for reservations, 462-4108 or ext. 7740 The record number of hands shaken by a public figure at an official function was 8,513 by President Theodore Roosevelt at a New Year's Day White House presentation in 1907. 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