Bon Appétit: Mozzarella Chicken
4 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
3/4 cup honey
1/2 cup prepared mustard
lemon pepper to taste
4 slices bacon, cut in half
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C).
Place the chicken breast halves in a baking dish, and drizzle evenly with honey and mustard.
Sprinkle with lemon pepper.
Bake chicken 25 minutes in the preheated oven.
Top each breast half with 2 bacon slice halves, and sprinkle evenly with cheese.
Continue baking 10 minutes, or until chicken juices run clear, bacon is crisp, and cheese is bubbly.
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Stargazing - 11.14.11
The Double Cluster stands high in the north this evening, to the right of W-shaped Cassiopeia.
To the unaided eye, the Double Cluster looks like twin balls of haze.
Binoculars reveal two bulges of stars wrapped in a blanket of mist.
Near the Edge
Early mariners feared that if they sailed too far, they’d fall off the edge of the Earth. Today, another mariner is about to reach the edge of the solar system. It won’t fall into a cosmic abyss, but it will enter a realm that’s never been explored before: the realm of interstellar space.
Voyager 1 has been sailing across the solar system for more than three decades. It cruised past the planets Jupiter and Saturn, then just kept on going. Today, it’s about 11 billion miles from the Sun.
That’s near the edge of the magnetic “bubble” that encloses the solar system. The bubble is generated by the Sun’s magnetic field and the flow of particles from its surface known as the solar wind.
Over the last few years, Voyager’s measurements showed that the solar wind was slowing down. By the summer of last year, the wind’s speed away from the Sun had slowed to zero, and it’s stayed at that same level — an indication that it’s being turned sideways by the winds of other stars.
This region forms a transition zone between the Sun’s region of magnetic influence and interstellar space. Voyager scientists expect the craft to finish crossing this region in the next couple of years. Once it does, it’ll leave behind the hot solar wind and enter a realm that’s dominated by other stars.
Voyager has enough power to study that region for a decade or so — giving us a good look at the universe beyond the edge of the solar system.
G-MM™: Meditation Moment - 11.14.11
When Jesus asked the blind man what he wanted of him, the answer came quickly: ‘Lord, that I may see.’
Sometimes our need of God’s help is urgent—in trial or sickness or anxiety. Then we know well what we would answer if Jesus asked us, ‘What do you want of me?’ But, at other times, what would be our answer? Teresa of Avila said that as she grew older her petitions to God became less particular. Her concerns seemed wider, more general. She prayed above all, ‘Thy will be done.’
As parents grow older, their prayers, even though they may be centered largely on their families, grow wider and more general. The urgency of old gives place to something greater. Let us ask ourselves today what mode of petition we are making, here and now, to God.
1 Maccabees 1:10-15, 41-43, 54-57, 62-64. Give me life, O Lord, and I will do your commands—Ps 118(119):53, 61, 134, 150, 155, 158. Luke 18:35-43.
Odbert V. “Gene” Ellyson
Odbert V. “Gene” Ellyson
Age 85 of Glenville (Sinking Creek Rd. Community) departed this life at 9:50 AM, Friday November 11, 2011 at his residence following an extended illness.
Born February 16, 1926 son of the late Odbert P. and Ruth Burnside Ellyson.
Mr. Ellyson attended Tanner High School and graduated from Pittsburg Barber School in 1946.
He was a Navy veteran serving his country from 1942-1944, where he was in the North Atlantic and South Pacific.
Gene was on the USS-Marble Head until it was de-commissioned.
He served 18 years as a County Commissioner for Gilmer County.
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star.
Gene was a barber for 44 years in Gene’s Barber Shop.
He attended Glenville Community Church and he also sang with several gospel quartets and was an avid coon hunter.
Gene will be missed not only by his family, but by those lives he touched with acts of kindness. We have lost a great man, but the Lord Our Savior has gained another solider.
On July 27, 1946 he was married to Edith Lockard Ellyson who survives at their Sinking Creek Home.
6 children survive: Doris Jean Adams (husband Rodney) of Troy WV, Gary Ted Ellyson of Gassaway WV, Carmen Smith (husband Bill) of Sand Fork WV, Kurt Ellyson (wife Debbie) of Burnsville WV, C.J. Ellyson (wife Cindy) of Summersville WV, Tom Ellyson (wife Shelley) of St. Mary’s WV. There are 11 grandchildren, and 17 great-grandchildren surviving.
Gene is Survived by 3 sisters; Mary Lou Rymer (husband Bill) of St. Albans WV, Lorene Cunningham (husband Bud) of TN, and Bobby Wright of SC.
Gene was preceded in death by 1 grandson, Captain Michael Shane Adams, 1 sister Collene Collins, and 1 daughter-in-law Lurene Scott Ellyson.
Funeral Services will be conducted at the Ellyson Mortuary Inc. Glenville, 11:00 AM Tuesday, November 15, 2011, with Pastor Randy Wilson officiating.
Burial will follow in the Meadow Lane Cemetery,(WV Highway 5 west) Glenville.
Friends may call 4:00 – 8:00 PM Monday at the Mortuary.
Ellyson Mortuary Inc. is assisting the family of Gene Ellyson with arrangements.
Cecile’ Dawn Brown
Cecile’ Dawn Brown
Age 15 of Arnoldsburg, WV, passed away November 10, 2011.
She was born July 13, 1996 at Roane General Hospital in Spencer a daughter of Robert and Sheila Brown.
Cecile’ was a freshman at Calhoun Middle-High School and was hoping to be a mechanic or a carpenter.
She was a member of the Millstone Church of Christ.
She enjoyed tinkering, running around with her grandpa, playing Rummy, drawing, cooking, and watching cartoons.
She was a great sister, daughter, granddaughter, and friend.
Surviving are her loving sister, Gabriella Brown, her half-brother, Douglas Alderman, her mother, Sheila Brown, father Robert Brown and stepmother Angie Hunt-Brown, grandparents, Delma and Dewey Endicott and Glenda Carter and Art Brown.
She had a very large and loving family whom all miss her very much.
She had many devoted friends and she will be sorely missed by all.
Funeral services were held Monday, November 14, 2011 at Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg with Pastor Charles Brady officiating.
Interment was at the Carpenter Cemetery in Arnoldsburg.
Barry Lee “Buck” Moore
Barry Lee “Buck” Moore
Age 62, of Pennsboro, passed away November 10, 2011, at United Hospital Center in Clarksburg, WV.
He was born May 08, 1949, in Pike, WV, a son of the late Robert Lee Moore and Christine Baker.
Buck worked in the oil fields, the timber industry, the Ellenboro Marble Factory and was a metal scrapper.
Surviving is his wife, Joyce Ann Moore; daughter, Anna Moore; sister, Betty Stone of Pennsboro; two brothers, Tommy Moore of Pennsboro and John Moore of Little Rock, Ark.; a granddaughter; a great-granddaughter; special friends, “Salty” Cox and Dan Hornish; and his faithful companion, Patches.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, Bucky Ray Moore; a brother and a sister.
In following Buck’s wishes, he will be cremated and his remains scattered at his favorite place at the convenience of the family.
There will be no visitation or funeral.
He always said, “If you can’t come see me when I’m living, don’t come see me when I’m dead.“
McCullough-Rogers Funeral Home, Pennsboro, is assisting the family with arrangements.
Geraldine Lawson King
Geraldine Lawson King
Age 73, of Williamstown, WV, passed away on November 10, 2011, surrounded by her loving family, following a sudden illness.
She was born January 02, 1938, in Calhoun County, WV, a daughter of the late Carl William and Marie Nicholas Lawson.
Geraldine was a graduate of Mountain State College with a degree in accounting. She was more recently a homemaker and had formerly been employed with WV West Central in accounting. Geraldine was also a former member of the Williamstown Women’s Club. She enjoyed gardening, cooking, and her family. Her grandchildren were truly the light of her life. She was a loving wife, mother, sister, and grandmother.
She was Baptist by faith.
Surviving is her loving daughter, Beverly Brown and husband Tom of Hurricane, WV; two loving grandchildren, Kristen and Ryan Brown, both also of Hurricane, WV; three sisters, Mildred Daniels and husband Jessie, Joyce Triplett, and Eleanor Lawson; two brothers, Robert Lawson and wife Brenda and Ernest Lawson and wife Betty; and several nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband of 47 years and also the love of her life, Bernard L. King; two brothers, Leroy Lawson and Ronald Lawson and his wife Sharon; and one sister, Virginia Waggoner.
Funeral services were conducted 2:00 PM Sunday at the Lambert-Tatman Funeral Home, 3005 Grand Central Ave., Vienna, with Rev. Robert Lawson officiating.
Interment followed at Riverview Cemetery.
The family received friends from 11:00 AM until time of services Sunday at the funeral home.
Today - November 14, yyyy
Today is Monday, Nov. 14, the 318th day of 2011. There are 47 days left in the year.
Thought for Today: “Comfort, opportunity, number and size are not synonymous with civilization.“ — Abraham Flexner, American educator and author (1866-1959).
Today’s Highlight in History:
On Nov. 14, 1851, Herman Melville’s novel “Moby-Dick; Or, The Whale” was first published in the United States.
On this date:
In 1881, Charles J. Guiteau went on trial for assassinating President James A. Garfield. (Guiteau was convicted and hanged the following year.)
In 1889, inspired by Jules Verne, New York World reporter Nellie Bly (Elizabeth Cochrane) set out to travel around the world in less than 80 days. (She made the trip in 72 days.) Jawarharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of independent India, was born.
In 1910, Eugene B. Ely became the first aviator to take off from a ship as his Curtiss pusher rolled off a sloping platform on the deck of the scout cruiser USS Birmingham off Hampton Roads, Va.
In 1922, the British Broadcasting Corporation began its domestic radio service.
In 1940, during World War II, German planes destroyed most of the English town of Coventry.
In 1944, Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra recorded “Opus No. 1” for RCA Victor.
In 1969, Apollo 12 blasted off for the moon.
In 1970, a chartered Southern Airways DC-9 crashed while trying to land in Huntington, W.Va., killing all 75 people on board, including the Marshall University football team and its coaching staff.
In 1972, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above the 1,000 level for the first time, ending the day at 1,003.16.
In 1986, the Securities and Exchange Commission imposed a $100 million penalty against inside-trader Ivan F. Boesky and barred him from working again in the securities industry.
Ten years ago:
• The temporary rout of the Taliban in Afghanistan accelerated with the Islamic militia losing control of Jalalabad in the east, once-loyal Pashtun tribesmen joining in the revolt in the south and many of their fighters fleeing into the mountains to evade US airstrikes.
• President George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin continued their talks at Bush’s Texas ranch, a day after the two leaders agreed at the White House to reduce their countries’ nuclear stockpiles.
Five years ago:
• Gunmen kidnapped up to 200 staff and visitors in a raid on a Higher Education Ministry office in Baghdad, Iraq.
• President George W. Bush left the White House on a state visit to Vietnam.
• Brandon Webb of the Arizona Diamondbacks won a wide-open race for the NL Cy Young Award.
One year ago:
• A 21-member Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum meeting in Yokohama, Japan, concluded with a unanimous pledge by members to avoid raising more trade barriers and to roll back those they may have erected in the midst of crisis.
• Somali pirates released British couple Paul and Rachel Chandler, who were held for 388 days after they were abducted from their 38-foot-yacht.
Former U.N. Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali is 89
Actress Kathleen Hughes is 83
Former NASA astronaut Fred Haise is 78
Jazz musician Ellis Marsalis is 77
Composer Wendy Carlos is 72
Writer P.J. O’Rourke is 64
Zydeco singer-musician Buckwheat Zydeco is 64
Britain’s Prince Charles is 63
Rock singer-musician James Young (Styx) is 62
Singer Stephen Bishop is 60
Blues musician Anson Funderburgh is 57
Pianist Yanni is 57
Former Presidential adviser Valerie Jarrett is 55
Actress Laura San Giacomo (JEE’-ah-koh-moh) is 50
Actor D.B. Sweeney is 50
Rapper Reverend Run (Run-DMC) is 47
Actor Patrick Warburton is 47
Rock musician Nic Dalton is 47
Country singer Rockie Lynne is 47
Pop singer Jeanette Jurado (Expose) is 46
Retired MLB All-Star pitcher Curt Schilling is 45
Rock musician Brian Yale is 43
Rock singer Butch Walker is 42
Actor Josh Duhamel (du-MEHL’) is 39
Rock musician Travis Barker is 36
Contemporary Christian musician Robby Shaffer is 36
Actor Brian Dietzen (TV: “NCIS”) is 34
Rapper Shyheim is 34
Rock musician Tobin Esperance (Papa Roach) is 32
Actress Olga Kurylenko is 32
Glenville State 63, Seton Hill 44
Glenville State won a 63-44 high-scoring affair at Seton Hill Saturday afternoon during the final day of the regular season.
The Griffins were ahead 24-21 at the break but the teams lit it up for a combined 62 points in the final 30 minutes of action.
The Pioneers were down 31-21 in the third quarter before scoring five consecutive touchdowns to take the lead for good.
Jakhari Murphy hauled in a 71-yard pass from Steffen Colon to bring the team within three, 31-28.
GSC’s Matt Parker picked off a pass for a score and a 35-31 advantage.
Colon then hit Antwan Stewart and Jordan Griffin for touchdowns in the closing minutes of the third quarter for a 49-31 margin.
Kareem Alexander totaled two touchdowns on the ground in the fourth for the visitors.
Colon threw for 293 yards and six touchdowns.
Three of the scores went to Griffin, who hauled in six catches for 128 yards.
Antwan Stewart caught two touchdowns while Murphy had one.
Joe Mesadieu rushed for 114 yards on 20 carries.
Max Beaubrun had a team-high eight tackles in the win.
Jeorge Valdovinos had a huge day for SHU, catching seven passes for 143 yards and three scores.
DJ Lenehan completed 23 passes for 292 yards and five scores for the Griffins.
Nick McGahagan notched 12 tackles, 10 of which were solo stops, in the game.
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