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September 24, 1953 NOTES black birds com- parts as well as in United States is cow bird. Other bird, and cow It is so called because with cattle. found in grass flushed by the The thing of espe- about the cow bird. that interesting phe- called a par- European cuckoo, ! all the family cares to The cow bird slips the nest of and then watches :to slip&apos;her egg in it. a bird as small as a or warbler. This means afthe rightful children as the quicker faster growing step and starves them to says that some foster parents seem to resent the intru- aost cases they appear raise the intrud- knowing the differ- he may be twice the foster parents. I seen such a case. Walton, of observing a his foster parents and then in a the mocking bird seen in the Little Greenbrier Valley, and on summer birds made Hiilsboro. the of September gave of the Greenbrier of rainfall. This a really seri- It was not flush the failing water the second week of there was about 11. This and helped to green fields. t frost and freeze of in l!Jt potab0ntas Times the season came to higher grounds on Monday morning, September 14. Fog saved the late gardens on the River. Then, too, frost during the light of the moon is not supposed to bite as hard. As for the new moon, it is far to the south and standing on its end. The sign is warm and wet. J. O. Kellison, of Boggs Run, brought in branches of hickory and white walnut, with clusters of nuts like bunches of grapes. He reports also a bumper crop of red oak acorns, but the acorns on the white and chestnut oaks fell off in the long dry spell. For a second year, Mr. Kellison reports an extremely heavy seed crop on the sugar maple. One day last week, Mr. Kellison saw three red foxes in his fields. He laid them out with his .22 gun. He says the foxes are being starved out of the big woods, to come into the fields, and around houses for some- thing to eat. One of Mr. Kellison's neigh- bors has been losing poultry to varments by wholesale. The other day, a big varment came right up to the house. It was gray in color and the size of a big dog; its face like that of a German police dog; long tail, legs and feet like those of a cat. The neighbor went for his gun, but by the time he leveled down, the range was a bit too great for small shot. However, he did bring blood. They put the var- ment down as a coyote. ALPINE THEATRE "The System" Frank Lovejoy - Joan Weldon "Eight Iron Men" Bonar Colleano ~ Arthur Franz "Dakota" John Wayne ~ Vera Ralston "Vengeance Valley" Burt Lancaster ~ Ralph Meeker "Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone" Marjorie Main ~ James Whitmore +++++ .-12 noon b Health Care Sarita Bennett, D.O. Board Certified Family Physician Beard Heights 799-4404 Programs offered: Breast & Cervical Cancer Screening Program, Family Planning, Health Check/Well Child Screening, WV Vaccination Program For V miex pu call/or an ,oi,tnt. " Help Wanted :) get help through the state's Tdle XIX MR/DD Waiver have a choice of providers! Because of this change, Health Group's Waiver program is growing fast. We to assist and support those with mental other developmental disabilities. This is an for a retiree, or someone else wishing to income while doing something fun and worthwhile with their time. We need: - Marlinton office details, or to download an application, please visit www.timbedine-wv.com/jobs. for yourself. Seize the opportunity today! Clinic, pile For all your family medical needs  Julia M. Jackson, MSN, CFNP Monday - Friday * 8 - 5  " Your labwork, prescribe your medication, oD set you on track for health wellness. All lnsur- accepted, Medicare, Medicaid, self pay. and Cervical Screening Program: WV Children's Provider: WV Vaccination Program Wash irrigation performed in office. Call Us 799-6141 Pcrfle00rP 9 amto qpm. of Lua 00/vLD. COrn# join us for re{reshments, door prizes. blood pressure and sugar screing health irrform<#ion and to peragister for your flu vaccir 00ebbing Sharp ~ Linville Daniel Sharp and Tiffany Linville would like to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding on Saturday, October 1 l, 2003, at 5 p.m. at Watters Smith Memorial Park, in Clarksburg. Daniel is the son of Duane Sharp, of Slaty Fork, and Martha Sharp, of Marlinton. Tiffany is the daughter of Mark and Robin Linville, of Lumberport. Both Daniel and Tiffany are graduates of Glenville State College. Dorothy Lane and Brenda Galford have returned home from visiting North Carolina and Texas. They drove to North Carolina to visit Rhonda Spach and family and then enjoyed their first airline flight to Dallas to visit Cathie and Russ Holbrook and Shane Galford and family. Brenda celebrated her birthday by visit- ing the Dallas Cowboy Stadium and the Pro Shop. She returned to Ohio on Sunday accompa- nied by John and Dorothy Lane. EIe otabontas imeS--September 25, 2003--Page 7 II II 00enior .00,ws Duke to be keynote speaker at ( oct 1-3 West Virginia Herb Association Wednesday, 1: Green Bank Fun Bingo; Marlinton Fun West Virginia can be a papa- Duke will share his garden wis- Bingo; Lower Pocahontas to disc f or herb lovers. Woods, gap- dom in his Saturday keynote Marlinton. dens and even roadsides provide address, "A Tale of Three Bean soup w/ham, egg salad an abundance of native plants Gardens" at 11 a.m. He will also on ww bread, fruit salad for the table, the teapot and the teach sessions in "Wise w/strawberries, medicine chest. These blessings Aromatic Medicine" and Thursday, 2: Marlinton of nature are often taken for "Herbal Alternatives to 50 Satellite Meeting. granted, but this fall, local gap- Pharmaceuticals" as well as lead Roast beef, sweet potatoes, deners, cooks and healers will "Woods Wisdom" walks on the spinach, fruit cocktail, ww roll. welcome the rare opportunity to Mill property. Friday, 3: Hillsboro Board learn from a master. In addition to medicinal uses Games; Green Banl Chair JamesA. Duke, Ph.D., will be of herbs, other workshops Exercise; Marlinton Bible the keynote speaker at the West include those of interest to Study; Central Pocahontas Virginia Herb Association, Fall, cooks, gardeners, craftspeople County Shopping. 2003 Conference, October 17- and herbal entrepreneurs. Chicken/corn casserole, 19, at Jackson's Mill, Weston. Continuing Education Credits mashed potatoes, peas, ww Duke is an internationally recog- will be offered for health profes- bread, mandarin oranges, nized expert in the medicinal sionals and Master Gardeners. A plant field. His book, The Green "Celebration of Herbs" will be Pharmacy, is a valuable held Sunday. This will include resource for herbalists, exhibits, demonstrations, work- botanists andmedical pro- shops, product sales, woods ]. 111110 It  fessionais. Emphasizing the fact walks, and children's activities PCHS Class of 78: Friday, that remedies can be grown on a as well as an outdoor bluegrass September 26, 7 p.m., Warrior Farm, Dr. Duke prefers to spell concert. The Celebration will be Field, Dunmore. Homecoming that word "Farmacy." free for Conference participants, game. Soup and sandwich sup- Now retired after a 30-year but will cost $10 per person or per after the game at William career with the USDA, Dr. Duke $15 per family for those attend- and Brenda Dilley's home. cultivates healing plants on his ing only on Sunday. For more Williams River/Woodrow/ own green farmacy in Fulton, information visit the WVHA West Union Schools: Sunday, Maryland. This six-acre website: www.wvherb.org or October 12, 1:30 p.m., Droop "farmette" is a unique classroom call 269-6416. Mountain Battlefield State Park. for doctors and herbalists. Dr. Bring a covered dish to share and a table service. .... 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VanDevender, PA-C Dr. Debra Auble, M.D. We will continue to provide quality health care to our patients, communi/and urrounding area. Brownings' Family Practice William McNeel Browning, Jr., D.O. LITTLE LEVELS   Nawaz. Patricia Matchett Browning, D.O. M.D. CLC, INC. latmud lUdae, Hillsboro 653-a94209 Grahams Mote] Buckeye Board Certflled Men. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tues. - Thurs. 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. 700-0805 , aHaflatmat only, Friday by appointment only. Hours: Iatb A. Awad, PA-C Closed for Lunch, Noon - 1 p.m. Monday -Friday  e.an for Closed Saturdays and Sundays a.m. - o p.m. an aplmtamumt. Please call for an appointment Women's & children's health, lacerations, lab work.We also treat .depression and anx/e.ty, men's health, Rlzpleala & pre- " ven uve .cce, diabetes, htgli blood pressure  high_ choles- terol, we accept all major healtli Insurance prOgranm. Pocahontas Medical Clinics John D.O. CLINIC GREENBANK CLINIC Famil00actice 799-4645 456-4211 -BIG SPRING CLINIC EER CREEK CLINIC 456-4006 572-4410 456-5050 Dr. John Sharp, PhD, DO Monday &: Friday 8:30 - 5:00 Tuesday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday, Wedneley & Friday Monday, Wednesday & Friday Wednesday 8:30 - Noon.  Thursday 8:30 - 5:00 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. II a.m. - Noon Tuesday & Thursday Tuesday & Thursday Please call for a appointment 8 a.m. - Noon 1 p,m. - 4 p.m. ,, IIIiill I AJny Riley, APRN, BC, FNP, MN David W. Plank, PA-C 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Join us for West gERVIQE.q PERFORMED AT OUR CLINIC00 Breast Cancer Awareness Day Familg Pmie a Ot, topathie Ma<lieirm Hoallh s Wellnm_e Come and celebrate with local women, their families and Prevenfafive Ialth friends. Be part of a statewide effort to raise awareness BoI Doneifg Toete about the need to find breast cancer early. Pulmonary Toefing Oiabilitg -xaminaflone  o DOT Phyeieak Women'e Health Date: October 6, 2003 Pap .(bneare Place: Pocahontas Co. Courthouse - front steps P.ardtac Toeting Pediafrle 9,erning Time: 1:00 pm 9Jdn taeion Removal 111  t Gme Famlt/Cllr na the Wv Brmla Md  C --.------. ,..u.,.c,....,..m , Please call for an appointment for your convenience.