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' Page 2B -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Dec. 9, 2004 IIIII GeraldineMarks 462-7477 ADAM, TIM, ANDREW, AUSTIN, DOG JACK, AND AMANDA Visiting Family members during Thanksgiving Last week--end son Danny wifeVirgieSandsMoore, Harold Sands' Melinda and children spent a few sister, also died. Her viewing was in days with me. We all enjoyed the Gassaway and cousins, Edisel and kids. They learned to play some new Louise Minney, attended both. Uncle games and counted the days until they Renis was Edisel uncle and Virgie "had to" go home. was Louise's aunt by marriage. My Dannyalwayscomesinduringdeer children remembered Virgie as the hunting season. Son Mike came up cook when they were in school at from Huntington to hunt but spent Rosedale. more time farming than hunting. My last week's Democrat had an This picture was taken last summer obituary for Lester Boggs in it. Lester when Danny and family were visit- grew up at the mouth ofBriar Lick on ing. The kids love for Tim to take Crooked Fork. His parents, Benton them 4-wheeling. Ralph taught his and Sylvia Boggs, farmed and ran a dog Jack to ride behind him on the 4- small country store. Lester attended wheeler.each timethe4-wheeler goes the Perkins One Room School. out. On Wednesday of last week, Most of my family were home for Crooked Fork lost another resident. Thanksgivingdaydinner.Wehad lots Charley Smith lost a long and coura- of food and a houseful of people, geous battle with cancer. Several years Daughter Regina and Steven*s wife ago, Charley retired from his Ohio Kathy, had viruses and didn't make it job, and he and his wife, the former in for the holidays. Emogene Furby, moved their family My eye doctor, Dr. Cinalli, sent me to Crooked Fork. to Charleston to a specialist. I learned Each summer, Charley raised a I had macular degeneration and Dr. prize- winning vegetable garden. We Hatfield did laser surgery all on the " all enjoyed watching Charley's gar- same day. Hopefully,-the laser sur- den grow. gery will control the problem. Not long ago, sister-in-law Maxine The death angel has been around. Marks Johnson had open heart sur- Daughter Jo Ann and her husband gery and recently got.a pacemaker. Mike took me to the viewing of Mom's She says, she is improving every day youngest brother, Renis Minney, in now. Charleston on Nov. 21. He has lived Maggie Stump, widow of Hedge inChade ton since the 1940's. Renis's Stump,.alsorecerttly got apacemaker. motherdied when he was a small boy. She has been staying at son Randy's He lived with us for awhile before he till she gets adjusted to her pace- went to Charleston. maker. i 1 MACEL JAMES IS PROUD TO BE A GREAT-GREAT GRANDMA AT THE AGE OF 92.: Front Row Lto R- Macel James, great great- grandma; May Carroll, great grandson, Jason Carroll, Back Row, daughter, Jean Woodyard, granddaughter, Shidey Carroll. The work goes on. Siding on the ceed. We are optomistic that we can upper side of the Store is complete as at least replace the piers before winter far as we' can go. The stairwell area sets in. will have to wait for the structural Most likely the siding will have to work to be completed prior to the waituntilSpring. Volunteer work day siding, will be every Monday after the first of We now have started on the tile year. Main Street side of the building and We will follow the Gilmer County run into problems. Once we removed school schedule as to whether we will the lower portion of the old, crum- have our work day. If school cancels bling siding, problems were found, due to inclement weather, we will Structural problems. An 8 foot sec- cancel out as well. tion of the sill was 'gone.' Several We need your help on Mondays, decayed boards and studs will need lots to be done before we can reopen replaced, too. in the Spring. The old handcut sandstone piers Call Dave & Judy Brown at 462- have deteriorated and need to be re- 4682 if you would like to join us, or placed as well. The structural work just show up on Mondays. needs done before the siding can pro- M argar et Radcliff 462-8250 Trip to see Christmas Lights Deer season is well on its way. hearitis'~,~Jlyniceonabustourfrom Only three more weeks to go. I can't Weston to Columbus, Ohio. The wait till it is all over. My family has group traveled tO the Ohio Theatre to killed five. I think that is plenty. Jay see the Radio City Christmas Spec- has been making jerky, tacular featuring the Rockettes. Now is the season to, goshoppingor Jay, Jimmy and I went with Argil on a trip to see pretty decorations, to Greenfield, Ohio on Thanksgiving SylviaRastle and Mildred Radcliff Day. We had a very nice trip even went with the Senior Citizens from though it rained and snowed part of Glenville to see the Christmas lights the way up. at Wheeling. They also stopped to see We met his girlfriends' family and the new Cabelas Store. From what I had Thanksgiving dinner with them. April Fridley 462-7309 Cranbrosia Gelatin Mold I have to tease my morn again this 1 Cup heavy week. When I first started writing this whipping cream U column, my room would critique them. 2 Tablespoons One week I was focusing on Thanks- confectioners' giving items and was usine a recipe sugar for cranberry salad. Needles to say I sort of embarrassed / hurt my mom's In a bowl, corn- feelings, unintentional- of course, bine cranberries about her cranberry sauce. That cer- andsugar. Letstandfor30minutes, or rain article never made it to bc pub- until sugar is dissolved, stirring occa- lished, but since then, wc have been sionally. Drain juice from oranges able to joke about it. and pineapple, reserving 3/4 cup juice. See, the cranberry sauce we have Cut pineapple into small pieces. Set with our Thanksgiving feast came fruit aside. from the can and sliced in perfect In a small saucepan, sprinkle gela- circles and served in our hen-shaped tin over reserved juice, let stand 1 bowl. See there is nothing wrong with minute. Cook and stir over low heat that, but the way I worded it many until gelatin is dissolved, about2min_ years ago. Again this year when morn utes. Add to cranberry mixture; stir in opened the can ofcranberry sauce and the oranges and pineapple. Fold in placed it in a bowl, we both had a nice sour cream. laugh. Well, before ! get myself in In a small mixing bowl, beatcream more trouble, here's a di fferent recipe! until it begins to thicken. Add confec- tioners sugar; beat until soft peaks 2 Cups fresh or frozen cranber- form. Fold into fruit mixture. Pour ries, coarsely ground into a 6---cup ring mold or 12 indi- 1 Cup sugar vidual molds lightly coated with non- 1 Can (11 ounces) mandarin or-stick cooking spray. Refrigerate until anges set. Unmold before serving. 1 Can (8 ounces) slicedpineapple Yield: 10-12 servings 2 envelopes unflavored gelatin 1 Cup (8 ounce) sour cream Thoughts are wonderful things, that they can bring two people, so far apart, into harmony and understanding for even a little while, --Charles Reade I l I I I 1 I I 1 1 1 I We are proud of this Gitmer ( dunty baby and happy she started her life' with us. If a baby is in your future call SJMH's Spec DeUvefi Bir ',g Cen- ter at 2698036. We will be happy to give you a personal tour of our Spe- cial Delivery Birth g Center. You'll de- liver your baby in a homey, cozy at- mosphere surrounded by the ones you love. PLUS, we now have a secure unit which assures the safety of you and your baby. For your ~ core c(~. Dr. Tony Naim and Nurse Midwife Vicld Smith at 269-3108 Mossor Born January/3, 2004 230 Hospital Plaza Westoa 304-269-8000 Visit us at llllllllllllllllllllll~ 1 1 1 . FRANKLIN AND ZOIE SELF 1 = First Litter of 1 l Franklin and Zoie Self are proud to announce the birth of their first litter of puppies. They three males and females, l= had four Owners are Kenny, Amy, Annamoriah, Hunter and Levi Self of Sand 1 Fork. The puppies were born on November 21. 1 1 The puppies will be available for Christmas for a limited time Christ- mas Day. They will be ready to go to their new homes on the 12th day of January. For more information, call 462--8061. 1 mmmmmmmm m mmmmmmmm mmmmmmm mmmm ) HARLESS AND ROSEANN TURNER 50th Wedding Anniversary fl Because you have shared in their 2--4 pm, at the Gilmer County Senior ~'~1 lives by your friendship and love, we Center, 720N. Lewis Street, Glenville, invite you to join in the celebration of WV 26351. the 50 Year Wedding Anniversary of Your friendship is a treasured gift. our parents. Harless and Roseann We request no other. Turner. John and Angle Gamblin, and Saturday, December 18,2004 from Reginald Turner and Sharon Arnett. and I; DOUG BEALL AND ALLISON POWERS Upcoming Nuptial in Allison Powers and Doug Beall are excited to announce their .plans to unite in marriage in July, 2005. Allison is the youngest daughter of Bill and Sheila Powers of Gassaway. Grandparents are Goldie Powers of Gassaway, Donald and Bessie Chapman Of Gassaway. Allison is a 2001 graduate of Braxton County High School. She is attending Glenville State College with a major in education. Doug Beall is the son of" Brenton Beall of Normantown, and Connie Hardman of Sand Fork. Doug is the grandson of Hill and Emma James, and Nora and the late Leland Beall, all of Normantown. Doug is a 2002 graduate of Gilmer County High School, and is employed by B&B Well Service of Normantown. Wedding plans are being set for July 16, 2005. Perdue to head NAST West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue began a one-year term Friday as president of the National Associa- tion of State Treasurers. The association, with headquar- ters in Lexington, is comprised of state treasurers from across the na- tion. Members meet periodically to discuss fiscal issues affecting states, exchange ideas, set formal associa- tion policy and lobby Congress on legislative matters relating to states' treasury operations. Perdue has been an active member of NAST since taking over as West Virginia treasurer in Jan. of 1979. He has served the last year as senior vice president. As NAST president, Perdue will fight for the right of states to return unclaimed U.S. Savings Bonds to their rightful owners; lobby Congress for standardization of all 529 college sav- ings plans; and champion financial education for high school seniors as they enter colle_~e Indiana State'treasurer Tim Berry1 is wrappin up his term as NAST president. J- 3dy Wagner of Virginia 1 takes over as senior vice president t and Denise Nappier of Connecticut as" 1 secretary-treasurer. ) Gilmer County High School Serv 'ce Connection's. Food or toy donations may be dropped off during school hours at any of'the following locations: Gilmer County . High School, Glenville Elementary, Normantown Elementary, Troy Elementary, as well as at the Camden Flats Community Church (Sundays 8 a.m. to Noon and 6 to 9 p.m. & Wednesdays 6 to 9 p.m.). Any moneta donations should be maded to ServJce Connection?Jo GCHS, 300 Pine Street. Glenville, WV 26351. All checks should be made payable to Gilmer County High School. Deadline for, Donations: Friday, December 17 Any Questions may be directed to Felicia Reyes or Mrs. Rene Ray at GCH5, 462-7960. !