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Page 8 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --Thursday, Dec. 30, 2004 GeraldineMarks 462-7477 :L i;i::~i:!;i:i:i:!:! i:!:?i:i:i:i:::ii>: ~i.; SYLVESTER "VES" MCCARTNEY McCartneys Still Around 1 still have some pictures and fasci- Dennis McCartney, a great grand- naling inlk)rnlation on the Crooked son of Ves and Julia, is buying the Fork McCarmeys. Sylvester ("Uncle Henson McCarmey place. Last week, Vcs"), Grandnla Bertha Allen called Dennis and his wife Peggy hosted a him, was Henson's older brother, crab cake luncheon for relatives and George and Nancy Bennett people involved with connccting him McCartney moved from Kanawha to his roots and helping him buy the River near Middle Run in 1866. They property. Attending the crab cake ccl- builtalogcabinandboughtafarmon cbration were: Dennis and his wife, a hill between Lower Two Run, and Pcggy, MargaretMoss,Tcrry Butcher, Upper Two Run of Crooked Fork. Mary Lee McPhcrson. Sull Hcnson was five years old and Uncle McCartney, Rodney Smith and wife, Ves was around eight years old. Norma, my grandson, Ben Stewart On Oct. 4, 1874, S ylvester, 20, and me. married a neighbor, Julia Josephine The luncheon was served in the Moore, 21. They built a log home near Common place Restaurant. Their staff tile head of Lower Two Run, not far was especially helpful. Dennis and from George and Nancy's home. Julia his wife had brought the crab cakes Josephine Grandma Bertha called her from Maryland. The Common Place aunt Julia and Grandma's mother Sa- staff wanned them for him. It was a yah Elizabeth Moore Hamric were delightful luncheon: good food and sisters. Their parents were Isaac and good company are always good com- Bethiah Moore who lived on the same panions. hill the McCartneys lived on. Dennis's cousin, Sull McCartncy Uncle Ves got his letter from the grew up at Index. Index is no hmger a Crooked Fork Baptist Church so he post office, but I think it was near the couldbeachartcrmembe,ofthcOak Gilme,', Calhoun county line. Maybe Grove Baptist Church when it was it was located on a hill. My grandma organized in 1905. Aunt Julia had Bertha only had one sister to live to died in 1903. adulthood; her name was Ellen. She SylvesterandJulia'schildrcn were: married EId. Fran Bennett, and was Minter, who was 22 when he married Sulls' neighbor when he was growing Iowa Jenkins 17, Aug. 13,1905; up. Grandson Ben's great grandpar- Everett, 23, married Dclpha Do;son, e.nts, Levi Newton Smith and Ben 17, on Feb. 28, 1907; Granville Stewart, were also Sull's neighbors at "Ferman" married Ora Burroughs; that time. After I got home I realized Joseph "French" married Bell Moore that son Steven's wife Kathy's lather, and they arc buri,~d in the Chesmut Hale Riddle, and his parents were LickCcmetery with Bells family;and also Sull's neighbors. I thought all Okey McCartncy, 24, married Lona these connections were unusual. Sull Clowser, 23, ( Ralph's first cousin) on is a reader of mine. July 28, 1915. 462-5868 Rt. 33 & 119- Glenville Tires State Inspection Batteries I II I CARL E. NICHOLS, M.D. 20-22 East Main Street GlenviUe, WV Phone 462=8612, i;ALI, HOURS AUGUST THROUGH DECEMBER OPEN BY APPOINTMENT Monday 2 pm 8 pm Tuesday 8 am - 10 am & 2 pm - 8 pm ...... + Wednesday Closed I'hursday 8 am - 10 am & 2 ptn - 8 prn Friday 2 pm - 8 pnt Saturday 9 am - I pm Sunday Close. d Closed Dec. 31 - Jan. 2 Wishing everyone a Happy New Year. Historical Chips about Gymnastics By Jim Bettis velop every muscle of your body, it "Religion never was designed to cleansandinvigoratetheskin. Theart make our pleasures less." "Dancing is of swimming is easily acquired in this the king and queen of in-door exer- modern day. The benefit of swim- Merry Christmas Enjoyed cise." Dr. Lewis of Massachusetts sing is being able to plunge in with Dec. 6 marked the annual Kanawha Brenda McCartney and Paula introduced light gymnastics, parlor the alacrity of the frog; his head isas Drive CEOS Christmas dinner and Mazzagotte delivered gift packages, gymnastics, and musical gymnastics cool as his body; his motions to keep intothiscountry. This system cncour- afloat send the blood frolicking gift exchange. Twenty--one members and we tried to guess who had been ages mintdingofthc sexes in physical thought the veins to the extremities. enjoyedadeliciouscovereddishmeal our Secret Pal. ,- anaid pretty Christmas decorations. It was a pleasant evening enjoyed movements. Which encourage social He or she comes out of the.water with Devotions wcrc given by ;'ice presi- by: Sec. Reva Bennett, Joyce Cain, and magnet charm of dancing, while a glow of warmth. A little friction dent CarolineCusick,"A ChristmaS" Monique Call, V-Pres. Caroline uniforndydeveh~pinglhcwlaolcmus- withatowelmakcsyoufeellikeyou're Prayer" by Robert Imuis Stevenson. Cusick, Madeline Davidson, Betty cular system of the body. The ancient experiencing a new birth. A l~ricl'bt, siness meeting followed Ellyson, Brenda McCartney, Paula Greek.,, made a rt, lc Io spend Iwo There are. m addition to equestrian dinner led by Pres. Dessic Wolfe. She Mazzagotte, Maxine Smith, Louclla hours everyday in physical g vmnas- exercises.dancing.gymnastics.swim- opened the meeting with the Flag Stalnaker, Mar;to Stalnaker, Terri tic cxerci>c, qZhe Spartans were the sing, and various olhcr sports which Salute, the Lord's Prayer and Silent Stalnaker, Tres. MabelTalbott, Doris firsttorcqt, ircthcil~xonlcnh~bcgood affordmc'nmlandphy~,icalrccreation Night. Mcmbers answercd roll call by Williams, Carol Wolfe, Pres. Dessie gynma:.,t~, and wcrc nol allmvcd It) Ihat chicfb encourage, bringing the marry until they publicly cxhibilcd scxc~, togctlacr because \~.OlllCn ilrc stating their favorite part of the Holi- Wolfe+ Betty Wright. and guest Am- their proficienc'~ You imp,' not find too gcncralh neelcctcd and toooften day season, ber Williams. - " " We sang Happy'Birthday to Lorene l)r. l.ewis's illuslralcd descriptive so- left at home by lalhcrs, husbands, tics m Ihc local book store itnylnorc brothers, and cvcn lovers: Ihc sexes Wolfe. Names were drawn for new Submited by Caroline Cusick and today, but Ihere is even [11~}1c worth- should fratcrm/e in Iheir sports in this Secret Pals. Maxine Smith while material on lifts subject now age of grCziter sexual cquahty. Mod- than ever before, crn go\rernmentr, shoukl mstitutc care Swim is another w~wthwhile cxer- and ad';'ancement of their people and Dave & cise that promotes good physical encourage recreation so the physical heahh when you arc buoyed up by ;is well as the mental develops: like Judy Brown water, where the linfl~s are at lil~erty to some of the governmenls of old. 462-4682 n,,,vc in sucha wa, "Vheseexccrptsh,vcbcc,tc t,ac cd chest, shoulders, and back; lhc action from Dr. Foolc's book called Plain strengthens their own muscles when Talk am/ Common Sense published Problems Arise at Country StoreareYU a,e swim,ning.plentiful, becauscThC advantagCswhilc you de- fi,s, in 1857. bcfo,c the Civil War. It seems that something is always some good weather. happening at the Country The Rug Hooking Class, begin- Store ..... even when we arc dosed, ners 101, still hasacoupleofopen-arts News We have had to deal with a leaking ings. We need you to sign up so that Evelyn Carson gas line outdoors the past few days. we can schedule a date in late Aprilor 462-8828 Shortly after the gas leak was discov- early May. We need to confirm a eyed, Tommy and Wanda Luzader date with the Parkersburg instructor, HOD informed us of a burst water line. but can't do so until we have six _e everyone had a nice Christmas That's the bad news. The good students. This class has a fee of $30. I hopc everyone had a nice Christ- Ivan, Virginia and 1 visited Tressie news is the gas leak is under control We are planning a silent auction in mas. I had a nice one. Visiting me Ramsch on Monday. and the water line l]ood didn't cause the future for our building funds over tim holidays were nay son Jewel I went tothe SeniorCenter, and had any major problems or damage. A project and also are working on the Carson, Ralph and Bcradinc Fuchcs, a good meal. few items in the Store got a water Cajun Dinner Dance being planned my grandson Michael. So hmg til next time! spray bath and some cardboard boxes for April. Will keep you updated on Hope all the sick arc feeling better. were ruined, but the artifacts weren't these activities. hurt in any way. Hope all have had an enjoyable Flu Vaccine Priority groups On the outside work, itis still slowly Christmas Season and wishing all a moving on. The piers under the build- Happy New Year! ing on the Main Street side have all Submitted by Dave & Judy Brown, #ill ,,.,f ~,.~,l been replaced now. managers at the Country Store & I/It/. I, ly If the weather will permit, thestruc- Museum. For information, call 462- The West Virginia Department of recommendations of the CDC's Ad- tural repair/replacement of the sills 4682. Health and Human Resources, Bu- visory Committee on Immunization may happen this week. Let's hope for reau for Public Health, recently an- Practices (ACIP) statement of Dec. nounced that additional I]u vaccine is 17 which recommends priority group New olic now arriving in many private provid- expansion based on in-state health ers' offices across the state. Jn add;- officials'assessmentoflocalneedand inia N, ;ion, Acting State Health Officer supply. r" Catherine C. Slemp, M.D., M.P.H. Dr. Slemp said, "We are fortunate : advised the public that beginning on to have additional vaccine now arriv- Pope John Paul II has named Msgr. in 1986. F'ope John Paul II named Jan. 10, 2005, current flu vaccinepri- ing in West Virginia. Manystatecom- Michael J. t3ransficld, rector of the I3ishop-elect Bransficld a Prelate of o,'ity groups will be expanded in Wcst munities still have high risk individu_ Basilica of the National Shrine of tile Honor in 1987, giving him the litle of Virginia.The newgroups bcingadded als seeking vaccine. For a short time hnm/ct ate Conccplion. 'a~, I~ishop of Monsignor. He was made the Shrine's will include anyone 50 years of age longer, these folks needtocontinueas \Vhcelil~g-(.'harlcston. l~;b, htq3 elect first rector in 1990 when the Pope and older and individuals who are the primary focus." More vaccine is . Bransficld. 61. was t~rdaincd a priest dcsi,.malcd the Shrine a Basili, ca. out-of-lmme caregivers and house- expected in January(. Officials wantto oftheA,chdioccscofl'hiladclphiaM;v~ Bkbe~r.,c,,le~,13ransfi~.q]~flllTeconle laol~umlat:4,',,tfftll~se.,~l.~!l,i~.,~k .,becertail!adbo~,ai,k~e~_ccineisused 15, 1971 b'y the lalc John (.'aldiilal" the elehlh Bishop" .... o1' a, Wheelme-' " ofttU and'hs :omplicatio; s -'. .a seasbn.' ' , ,e=, In. ac ord ,ince,,. -ruth. the K.'ol. Clmrleston, adiocesethatencompasses From now through Jan. 9, 2(1()5, all above recn~mendations, high risk A Phihtdelphia native, the Bishop- fllesmteofWestVirginia, succeedihg available I]u vaccine should bc used individuals should continue seeking elect is the third of four boys I~orn Io Bishop Bernard W. Schmitt. His epis- for the original 2004-05 priority vaccine throughout the season until it the late Vinccnl and Mary Jane copal ordination and installation is g,'oups listed below: is found. (Granahan) Bransfiekl. He was cdu- scheduled for Feb. 22, 2005, the feast All children aged 6-23 months; Holiday season is here and Loretta cated in the Philadelphia archdiocesan of the Chair of St. Peter. Adults aged 65 years and older; Haddy, State Epidemiologist, noted, school syslen~ and conduclcd his stud- "I am honored and deeply grateful Persons aged 2-64 years with"Itisnowespeciallyimportanttoavoid ies for the pricslhood at St. Charles to the Holy Father for entrusting me underlying clmmic medical condi- gatherings ifyou are sick." Although Borromeo Seminary in Overhrook, with the pastoral care ofthe Diocese'of tions; vaccination isthe best protection PA., w]lerc hc received a mas~cr's de- Wheeling-Charleston," said Bishop- All women who will bc pregnant against influenza, everyone can take grce in divinity, t4c later earned a elect Bransfield. "I look forwa,'d to duringiinflucnza season; practical steps to help prevent the maslcr's degree in phih~sophy from ," ' set vmg the faithful of West Virginia, Residents of nursing homes and spread of l]u. These include washing ThcCatholic Univcr~,ily o//\nlcrica in and Io growing with them in holiness hmg-term care facilities: your hands; avoiding close contact Washington, I).C. and grace. I ask their prayers for ,nc Chitdrcn aged 6 months to 18with people who are sick; staying The Bishop-elect was assigned to andpledgemyferventpraycrsforthem, years on.chronic aspirin therapy; home from work, school, anderrands the National Shrine of the Immaculate Wheeling-Charlest0n is a vast diocese HealS-care workers involved in when you are sick; and-covering your Conceplion as Director of IAturgy in. with a long and noble history. I look direct patient care. mouth and. nose when coughing or 1980 and was nanled its Director of forward to discovering more about it On January 10,2(X)5, the following sneezing. Finance in 1982. Hc became the Na- and to becoming a part of thc fabric of twocatcgDrics will be added: Fo,'moreinformation, visittheWest tionalShrinc'stcnthcxccufivcdircctor its community," he said. Adults'aged 5(I-64 years: Virginia Immunization Program's Out-o:f-homc carcgivers and Web site at household contacts of high-risk ntzations, or call the program at l- It would seem that something which means poverty,, disorder and grou ps. 800-642-3634. violence every single day should be avoided entirely, but the desire This cx pans;on is consistent witb to beget children is a natural urge. ~:!~i!;i!:"~~;~::"~ii!: ~:C::::~i] ::" ~ ~ :" ~ .......... ~ }~!~i;~"-:~i~'"--~i~: ............. !~!!!''"-:::!~i:-"-"~! '~:::"i~! ~!~!~! i:!:iii::ii::i::i:~:..~ii~ii!!i~:~ .l::i:~:~:: ~i:!:::!:!: [::~:::~::~ ::.:: ~ :~:::: :::!~-~. ::!,5: . - :!!!~!~ ::i~ ~i ii..'.~i ~ i!~!: ~'. ":!iii:::' .::~:!:~:!:::::~ Happy is he who has laid up in his youth, and held fast in all for- Father Edwin Daschbach, SVD tune, a genuine and passionate love for reading., IRUfus Choate Super Woman I'vereadthatDarwinneverusedthe attention/), to which they always pa- phrase "Survival of the Fittest" to de- tiently respond "I am listening!" And scribe his insights into evolution, they are. Again, anatureendowedabil- Herbert Spencer coined the phrase 5 itybecauseofchildbearing.Malesdon't years after On the Origin of Species havethat aptitude. So when guysin my was published. That doesnh make the class are doing something different. I phrase any less valid, of (being a male) know they course But I've been pon- are missing what I am say- dering lately how if may ing. eventually indicate the de- Females show their su- mise of the male sex periority to males also by a According to demo- sort of 6th sense they POs- ANTIQUES graphicreports.womenout- sess of knowing when live men. They alsooutnum- something is wrong with a bey men. The only intermit- child. I've never heard of a ... ,:.. tent episodes of temporary ::::i:i:ill~male possessing that at- male number dominance are!i~i!!i tribu~.e. A mother watching said by some oldsters to oc- ~: TV or reading, and still in- cur when wars are on the '~i: }]i] stantly hearing her baby's if ol Mother:::~::; :~ cry, seems more.than sim- Nature does an anticipatory .~iii:~~ ~k. ply an application of tbe replenishing of the male above ability to be atten- stock to supply fodder for rive to two things at one the reapmg that war will do to the time. It's an inborn antenna. Carolyn human race. Maupin o1 Batavia. Ohio, has a son But il's not only innumbers that serving in Iraq. Army Regerve Spc. women are superior to men. God gave Keith "Matt" Maupin, 21 has been Jack's Septic Service, Inc. them more'~trength as well. No, they listed officially as missmg in action can't heave weights like men can, they since his convoy was attacked in April Solid Waste Division don't(nornmlly!)havetl'mbicepschar- near Baghdad. Carolyn speaks of a acteristic of males, but they can deft- premonitionshehad.Whileworkingin nitely sustain pain better than men. her area school's transportation build- FOR THE Nature has provided them this superior ing, shehadthestrangestfeelingonthe strength because of child bearing (and day of the reported ambush. Before WEEK HOLIDAY probablybearingwithkidsafterbirth), even hearing the news ofthe attack on Women are also superior by their that evening's news. she told a bus WE WILL OPERATE ON ability to apply attention to more than driver:"ldon'tfeelcomlbrtabletoday. one thing at the same time. It always Some|hing is not right." OUR REGULAR SCHEDULE amazcs me how girls in myclasses can If "survival of the fittcst"isavalid be writing down a vocabulary and still axiom, one has to wonder how much take cognizance of what I am trying to longer we real'as may be around. (A explain separately. My reaction still recent movie on the theme is Whale tends to be corrective: "Date mihi Rider. Make sure yot~ see thi,, excellent operam, siplacet!"(Wi//you~pay lilm). 1 I i I O