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Page 10 -- The Glenville Democrat/Patht~mder -- Thursday, Jan. 15, 2004 i ii i i i i i i i DALE FURR - CLAUDE R. KEMPER HAROLD RICHARD - MARLENE HOPE DUELLEY - --- Orville Dale Furr, 76, of Vienna, Claude Ray Kemper, 93, of Cape MARKS ' Marlene Hope Duelley, age 72 of OIII]' died December22, 2003 at Camden Coral, FL, and Newberne, died on Harold Richard Marks, 88, ofPasa- Normantown, departed this life at 2:15 Gilmor Goings On Gilmw Goin Clark Memorial Hospital in Wednesday, January 7, 2004 at Hope dena, TX passed away Friday, De- a.m., Monday, Jan. 12, 2004, in Ruby Parkersburg. Hospice House in Cape Coral, FL. He cember 19, 2003. He was bum on Memorial Hospital, Morgant~,~, fol- ~ L~ITIRED SCI IDOL EMPLOYE~ ,~ He was born Sept. 3, 1927, in Glen- was born December 27, 1910, near October 28, 1915 in Perkins, WV, the lowing a 3 month illness. * ,.. The next Gilmer Co. Board of Health The Gilmer County Association of ~,~ ville, a son of the late NorfeandMary Newerne to Willie Nay and Flora eldest son of the late Henry Richard Born June 20, 1931 in Lockney, meeting will be Tues., Jan. 20, at Retired School Employees will hold z Ellyson Kemper. He is survived by his son Ronald Nay Kemper and daughter-in-law Lynne Kemper of Cape Coral, FL; grandchildren, Deborah Kemper Forney of Gales Ferry, CT and Curtis Ray Kemper of Fountain, CO; five great-grandchildren: Mariah, Richard and Peter Forney; and Jessica and Andrew Kemper; and sister Loreta Suarez of Morgantown, WV and brother George Kemper of Newberne, WV. He is preceded in death by Ethel Foster Kemper, his wife of 66 years, who died in 1998. Mr. Kemper is best known in West Virginia as the carver of"Birds of My Hollow," a collection of 45 bird spe- cies indigenous to the Newberne area where he spent his childhood and his summers after he retired from West Virginia University. Beginning in 1975, he took part in the annual Stone- wall Jackson Heritage Arts andCrafts Jubilee in Jane Lew, participating in 28 of the 30 years it has been held. He also exhibited his personal collection in the annual West Virginia Folk Fes- tival in Glenville. A complete collec- tion of his bird carvings which he donated to Glenville State College is on permanent display in the C/aude and Ethel Kemper Room in the col- lege library. His elementary education was in the one-room Fairview School. He was graduated from Tanner High School in May 1930. He completed a Short Normal Course at Glenville State College, after which he taught Gilmer Co., daughter of the late Fred and Edna Rafferty McElwee. Mrs. Duelley was a homemaker and mother, a graduate of Normantown High School and Baptist by faith. On November 5, 1949, she was united in marriage to Russell B. Duelley who proceeded her in death May 16, 2002. Surviving is one daughter and three sons, Reta McCoy and husband Gary of Vfindalia; Carl Duelley and wife Donna of Letter Gap; Steve Dueiley and wife Beckey of Xenia, OH; Run Duelley, of Letter Gap. Surviving are eight grandchildren and two great- grandchildren, and one brother, Ed- ward McElwee and wife Loretta of Good Hope. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Denzil, Fred Jr., and Lyle McElwee and one sister, Monoca. Funeral services will be conducted at 1 i:00 a.m., Thursday, January 15 at Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., Glenville, with the Elder Larry Fisher officiating. Burial will follow in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Normantown. Friends may call from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m., Wed., Jan. 14 at Ellyson Mortu- ary. Ellyson Mortuary, Glenville is assisting the family of Hope Dudley with arrangements. V. Westfall Furr. He was a self- and Lulu Moore Marks. 4:30 p.m. in the Health Center Con- their first meeting of 2004, Jan. 20 at v,, employed mason contractor and re- Harold was a World War II veteran ferance Room at the Health Dept. 12:30 at the Gilmer Co. Rec. Center. ,~ tired in 1989, a member of United and served in the U.S. Navy for 20 Agenda: 1) Meeting called to order, Reservations for this luncheon meet- ;"- Commercial Travelers, former mem- years. After retiring from the Navy, 2) Approval of minutes, 3) Financial ins may be made by calling Gloria ". reports, 4) Other reports, 5) Old busi- Summers at 462-7587 or Helen ,~ bet of the Home Builders Associa- he went to work for Rockwell Indus- ness, 6) New business. James at 462-5369. Plan to attend. ,~" tion, past president of the Young Re- tries and retired after 21 years. ~ publicans Club and a Baptist by He is survived by his loving wife of RIVER TRAIL COMMITTEE THE EDVENTURE GROUP TO -~:, faith. He avidly enjoyed hunting and 58 years, Bobble Marks, brother, The Glenville River Trail Committee OFFEB FREE COMPUTER ~ camping. Wilbur Marks ofLittleHocking, OH, will hold a strategy meeting to work TRAINING "~ Survivors include his wife of 57 sisters, ErnestineHevenerofPerkins, on the Glenville River Trail grant on If you're looking for computer train- ' years,MaryJaneFurrofVienna;two Evelyn Abahazi and Maxine Johnson Thurs., Jan. 29 at10:00 a.m. atGlen- ing, the NEW Gilmer County Tech- ,~ sons, Mark S. Furr of High Point, of Elyria, OH. He was preceded in ville City Hall. Anyone interested in nology Opportunity Centers (TOC) is :z this project is enouraged to become your answer. Enroll by phone now ,r N.C., and Jerry D. Furr of Vienna; death by sister Lucille Marks Miller involved ant attend the meetings. For for FREE Introductory to Basic and i~. sister, Mildred Jack of Vienna; grand- and brothers Bayard, Roland, Ralph, more information, contact DonnaBasic computer training in the TOC at., daughter, Stephanie Deem of and Bobby. Waddell at 462-7545. Gilmer County High School. Regis- Parkersburg; two grandsons, Chase Visitation and services were Tues- tering for January classes now. Learn ~ and John Furr, both of High Point; day, December 23, 2003 at Pasadena FLU VACCINATION CLINICS Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Power ~ and several nieces and nephews. Funeral Chapel. Burial was in the Gilmer County Health Department still Point and Intemet. For more informa- "' In addition to his parents, he was Grandview Memorial Cemetery, has Flu Vaccine available. The next tion and to register contact Gloria at ~, preceded in death by a daughter, Pasadena, "IX. vaccination clinic is Jan. 27 from 8-11 888-862-0505. ~ . ~ a.m. For more information call 462- .~ Beverly Furr Hays; brother, Herbert - 7351. FRIENDS OF THE UBRARY ~., Furr; sister, Marlene Boggs, and in- will be on Mon., Jan. 19 at 10 a.m. at ~- fant sister, Ma_rjorie Furr. GILMER CO. REPUBLICAN the Gilmer Public Library. Ifiterment was in the Evergreen WOMEN .,~ Cemetery, North Parkersburg on Dec. The regular meeting of the Gilmer r-{ i'7 31, 2003. County Republican Women will be~_~ Olulr Uei~hbol~ r Donations may be made in his name held Jan. 19, 1:00 P.M., at the Senior ~' Center. Members please plan to at- to The Camden-Clark Foundation to tend to help make plans for 2004. 2004 SENIOR RALLY v Oncology, P.O. Box 1077, Associate members and visitors are The West Virginia Directors of Senior ~= Parkersburg, WV 26102-1077. welcome. Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville * 354-6162 r Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offering Computer Design Rt. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 Manchin endorsements for three years in a one-room school and two years in a graded school. In continue to mount February 1937, he enrolled in the This week was a big one for the CollegeofAgricultureatWVU, where Manchin campaign as five more or- he earned a BS in Agriculture and an ganizations chose to officially endorse MS in Horticulture. He was elected to Joe Manchin for Governor, bringing Gamma Sigma Delta, Agriculture his total number of endorsements to Honorary, and Epsilon Sigma Phi 18. These 18 groups, made up of Extension Honorary. After gradua- labor, business, educational and ser- tion, he worked for eight years with vice organizations, representapproxi- the U.S. Department of Agriculture matcly 100,000 West Virginians. Tire and 25 years with the WVU Coopera- tive groups endorsing Manchin this tive Extension Service. week were: the National Association In addition to receiving individual of Social Workers Action Commit- awards for his carvings, he was a tee, the United School Service Em- featured artist for the 1984 Vandal/a 32 East Main St Glenville, WV Business: 462-8300 GAME NIGHT Come and play board games, dominioes, etc. at Cedar Creek Com- munity Club on Tues. nights at 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. GLENVILLE UTlUTY COMMISSION BOARD will meet at 7 p.m. on Thurs., Jan. 15 at the Glenville Utility Office. The general public is invited to attend. 4th ANNUAL GROUNDHOG HOEDOWN The Gilmer Co. 4-H Teen Leaders will be hosting the 4th Annual Ground- hog Hoedown on Jan. 23 from 4-7 p.m. at the Gilmer Co. Rec. Center. The evening will consist of a combread and bean dinner as well as a silent auction. Please call 462- 7061 for more details. GILMER COUNTY HISTORIC" LANDMARKS COMMISSION will meet Thurs., Jan. 15 at 6 p.m., at the Community Showcase, 115 E. and Community Services would like '~ to invite you to attend the 2004 Se- '~"~ nior Rally to be held at the Chadeston ng ra Civic Center on Thurs., Jan. 29. It will ~ be held from 11:00 a.m.-l:30 p.m. ' The rally is in support of the 33 1/3 in 3 campaign, an effort to secure addi- tional lottery dollars for senior pro- .... grams. 2500 senior citizens from all , over the state will converge in a sea ,~ of yellow t-shirts, the trademark of the campaign. We hope you will plan to "'' attend the rally. If you would like fur- .,. ther information, please contact one ,~ of the following people: Rebecca Poe, : Vice president in Elkins at 636-4747, Scott Mallery, Campaign Chairman "~ in Keyser at 788-5467, or Dinah Mills, .o Treasurer in Weston at 269-5738 .... FULL BOARD MEETING >v The Region VI Workforce Investment "Full" Board will meet Thurs., Jan. 15 ~' from 9 -10 a.m. at the WV High Tech Consortium - 2nd Floor Conference o Room at 1000 Technology Drive, Fairmont. For more information, con .... tact Jeffrey Smith at (304) 368-9530. :~ Main Street. Hours: 8:30 - 7:00 Mon. - Fri. ployees Association of WV, the Gathering at the Cultural Center in United Steelworkers of America Charleston and was featured in West 8:30 - 5:00 Sat. Murder Mystery Weekend (Wheeling Pitt Locals 1190, 1238, Virginia s Golden Seal Magazine and Presented by: Sutton/Flatwoods Days Inn ~' and 4195), the Independent Steel- inseveralnewspaperarticlesinRorida After hours emergency, call: & GSC Ohnimsohow-- Players workers Union and the Charleston and West Virginia newspapers. In Doug: 462-5554 ,Scott: 462-7355 , February 7 & 8, 2004 - Building and Construction Trades 2003, he was honored by the Stone- ................... ... , , .... Ja, nI-l tpg an "My Fatal Vale e Our famUy tooksforward #o.rann, you fumity DiVot for rite tO his m Iris con tions to the ,,March. 27 & 28, , ,.-, paign,' the diversity of the organiza- success of the Jubilee. . Pharmacists: Scott Wanstreet RPh Pajama Party Murders" tions, and the workers on the Funeral services will be conducted , Drug Moss RPh $129plmt sndindud :Saturdayev dinnerbun'et, frontlines, supporting Joe truly tells at lh00 a.m., Sat., Jan. 17 at the Lori Plummer RPh tortwoaduits, MurderMysteryEveatandSandaymorninsbreakfmt. r' Flease call ahead and make your r=servatiom earl~. Limited number of space av= ~, you what this campaign is all ahout - Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., Glenviile, ~m~ ~_ (304)~ - Fadt 67 ofl' Interstate 79, 2000 Sutton Lm~ Sutton, W.VL26~01 ..~ - bringing people together to form. with the Rev. Bill Davis officiating. partnerships that will make things Burial will follow in Horn Creek Like a letter home, your hometown newspaper FINDING THE PERFECT PET--Pet adoption campaign helps ~,Krbetter for all. West~ r*Vir8inians'"* .... . BaptiStFriendsCemeterY,maycallCXfromS Mills.6_8 p.m., on'ecfion* *"2 , __ makes your day better, make the pet adoption process easier. lnla Fri,Jan 16attheEllysonMortuary ,,~ west vlrlz . . . . *= wroa Inheuofflowers, contribuuonsmay We here at the Glenville Democrat/" ' be made to a local Hospice organiza- 2;00,5 J , lll WlIQ ti . . Pathfinder wish to apologize to Am- ..... on or to Hope Hospice, 2430 D plo- her Lowther for mistakenly omitting r 'lnrkav Harvest mat Parkway, E., Cape Coral, Florida her name from the Gilmer County ...... d ........ 33909-5405. High School honor roll We regret this Preliminary data compiled by the Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., is assisting error, and would like to note that Ms. West Virginia Division of Natural the familyofClaudeR.Kemperwith Lowther, a senior, made the GCHS Resources indicate that hunters har- arrangements. Principal's List. vested a total of 1,691 wild turkeys IIIIIBBBBBBBBIIBBBBBBIBIBIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBBll during the recently completed 2003 fall turkey season. These harvest fig- II II ures are 40% lower than the 2,808 birds reported in 2002, and they ranked fourth in number of turkeys harvested during the past five years. U The top five counties were as fol- I Automotive Hdadliner (304) 269-3493 I~ lows: Greenbrier (248), Monroe (186), II Recovers'\ 1-800-640,3493 I Pocahontas (139), Preston (134) and Hampshire (I 15). The 2003 fall Prices start at Mon.-VrL 9 am. $pm I key harvest was lower than last fall in $ ,00 137 Armory Rd., Weston, W.Va. all districts of the state. District II, [I located in the Eastern Panhandle, had the highest harvest (462) observed, followed by District IV (434) in south- ern West Virginia. The fall turkey harvest was reported to be higher this --'--- m~ year in Ohio, Berkeley and Pendleton counties. The remaining 23 counties l llllJll open to fall turkey hunting reported lower harvests. "The primary cause for this decline in the fall wild turkey harvest was due to the wet, cold weather that occurred during the past two pring nesting seasons," noted Curtis I. Taylor, Chief of the Wildlife Resources Section. "These weather conditions reduced nesting success and the survival of young birds in the population. As a result, fewer birds were available for BOB PHILLIS " hunters to harvest this fall." Owner/Hearir Instrument Specialist WHERE: Gilmer County Senior Center DATE: Wednesday, Jan. 2!, 2004 TIME: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Fri.-ALONGsun. l r.i*sCAME4: 0-POLLY6:45- S:45 PHONE.- 1-800-303-3277 " Sal. -Mon. 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