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Page 10 -- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Jan. 22, 2004 II S BEATRICE "BEA" BROWN Beatrice "Bea" Brown was born July 7, 1931 and touched many lives before she passed away peacefully at her home on Jan. 12, 2004. She was a daughter of the late Glen. M. Bosely and Maggie O. Crutchfield Bosley. She was a self-employed owner and operator of General Stores ~n Lewis and Braxton Counties from 1948 to 1976. She owned and oper- ated the Kanawha Restaurant in Burnsvil!e from 1972 to 1976. She graduated from Glenville State Col- lege with a four year degree on May 31, 1990. She was a former member of the Glenville State College Choir, past president for classified staff, Glenville State College from 1979 to 1997. Part owner of the Burnsville Kwik Pick in 1981. She was a Methodist by faith, mem- ber of the Burnsville Reb~kha Lodge and member of the Business and Pro- fessional Women's Club. She was preceded in death by her husband, H. Ford Brown in 1987. She is survived by two daughters; Deborah Ford Gillespie and husband, Dennis, of Burnsville, Deanna Lea Stewart and husband, Michael, of Burnsville; two granddaughter, Wendy Morgan Silvers and husband, Brian, of Pittsburgh, PA, Brittany Ford Stewart of Burnsville, sister, Buncy Jean Marple of Greenhill and brother James "Jim" Bosely of Falls Mill. Funeral services were Thursday, January 15 at the Stockart-Gibson Funeral Home Flatwoods. Burial fol- lowed in the Falls. Mill Cemetery. GUY WALTER COLLINS ANNA BELLE CO'I'I'RILL Guy Walter Collins, 68, of Anna Belle Cottriii, 55, of Hum- Burnsville,diedSunday,Jan. 18,2004, cane, died January 18, 2004 in Pumam at Tolers Fork, W.V. after a sudden General Hospital. She was born Feb- illness. He was born on Feb. 20, 1935 ruary 12, 1948. at SandFork, asonofthelateOdaand She was preceded in death by her Eva Casto Collins and also preceded mother, Rhoda Barnett Lewis. indeathbybrothers,CecilandClifford She is survived by her father, Collins and sister Nora Tomblin. For Minter Cottrill and stepmother Rosa the last 20 years, he was the manager Cottrill, both of Linn; one sister, at the Burnsville Gulf Station and a Goldie Holmes of Sand Fork; two Protestant by faith, half-sisters, Betty Anderson of Glen- Surviving are daughters Janet, ville, and Neva Cottrill of Linn; one Karen and Robin; and sons Wayne, step sister, Jane Hickman of Brad and Jeff. Also surviving are sis- Burnsville; one half-brother, Larry ters Ruby Carson and husband Ray of Ctttrill of Glenviile;one step brother, Gilmer; Ruth Tomblin and husband Buster Collins of Glenville; and Monroe and Betty Baker and husband caregivers Nancy and Jim Adams of Edgel both of Pennsboro; brothers Hurricane. Lewis Collins of Heaters and Harold Funeral services will be held Thurs- "Gabe" Collins and wife Mavis of day, January 22, 2004 at l i:00a.m.at Wheeling; brother-in-law George Greene-Robertson Funeral Home, Tomblin of Stouts Mill. Those ex- Sutton, with l~ev. Robert Nicholas tended family members surviving are officiating. Burial will be in the Scott Catherine Ratliff, Jack Ratliff, David Cemetery, near Birch River. and Cherry Ram~ey, grandchildren Funeral arrangements are by April, Karland KarlenaBoyce;C.W.,- Greene-Robertson Funeral Home, Casey and Lucas Ramsey; Mary and Sutton. Amy Ramsey all of Burnsville. " - Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Thurs., Jan. 22 at the Stockert- Gibson Funeral Home with Rev. Darrell Ramsey officiating. Burial will follow in the John's Cemetery at Stouts Mill. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m., Wednesday at the Stockert- Gibson Funeral Home at Flatwoods. Bennett and Sor Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville 354-6162 A sleep bag helps keep a baby safe and warm, without loose blankets. Proud to serve Gilrner County since 1959 Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offering Computer Design Rt. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 .all North Bend State Park offers romantic weekend getaway If you are looking for a romantic weekend for that special, someone, then look no further. We here at North bend have organized a Sweetheart Weekend, from February 13-15, that includes many great activities, but still plenty of time for just one an- other. Activities offered include individual or couple craft time, morning hiking, evening entertainrnent, live music, and fun games. These are just a few of the scheduled activities. There will be plenty of social time to meet and visit others while relaxing by the fire in our lodge lobby. Saturday night is a night to put on your dancing shoes, and head off to the Sweetheart Dance. "Stepping Stone" will be playing all your favor- ite songs, whether you "Twist & Shout" or "Take it Easy." There will be hot and cold hors d'oeuvres served as well as other refreshments. Meals will be served by our trained culinary staff, and are included in the package price. This includes Satur- day breakfast, lunch, and dinner; Sun- day breakfast; as well as all other refreshments. There are three separate packages offered, and for more details on pack- ages and prices please call 304-643- 2931 or email at northbendprog rams @yahoo. com. counseling and training offered Paul Cook, Program Manager of the Fairmont State College Flatwoods Small Business Development Center, will be at the Gilmer County EDA office located in the Courthouse An- nex, Glenville, WV on Tuesday, Janu- ary 27 from 10:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. Assistance Will be available to small business owners or those who may he interested in starting a small business. The counseling provided is free and confidential. To make an appointment in Glenville on January 27 or for another date or location, please call the SBDC effice at 304-765-7300. Mr. Cook will also be presenting a training seminar in Flatwoods on Janu- ary 29 about "Going Into Business in West Virginia." This session will pro- vide information for the successful start-up of a small business venture and allow attendees to ask questions and discuss issues facing prospective entrepreneurs. Topics will include business planning, legal structures, financing, licensing, record keeping, taxes employees and more. The seminar will be on Thursday, Janaury 29 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the SBDC office located over the Food Court in the Flatwoods Outlet Stores, Exit 67 off 1-79. Please contact the FSC Flatwoods SBDC at 765-7300 to register; there is no charge for the trainina, but seating is limited. Cynthia L. Logan ~ Owner/stylist Salon Hours Tues. - Thur. - 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. Fri. - 9 a.m. - I p.m. and 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. Sat. ~ by appointment 462-4152 I would like to send my thanks and appreciation to my clients for ,heir patience and understanding during my absence following my accident. Beside Nationwide Insurance 02 Ford Mustang GT, auto, loaded, 9K ..... =16,500 02 Ford Taurus SlE, loaded, 75K ................. s6,8OO O1 Chev. Malibu, auto, air, 66K ................... $5,800 01 Ford Taurus, SES, Loaded, 76K ............ s5,8OO O1 Chev. Cavalier, 2 dr, 4 cyl, 5 spd, air, 54K ....... .......................................................... . ......................................................... ?5,900 OO Chrysler Concord Lxi, loaded, new, 29K ........ ................................................................................................................... 713,000 00 Olds Alero, 4 dr, loaded, 79K .$5,400 00 Chev. Cavalier, 2 dr, auto, air, sunroof, 67k ..... ........................................................................................................................ s5,600 O0 GMC Sonorna, 5 spd, air, 55 K ............... s4,900 O0 Ford Ranger, 5 spd, air, 60K .................. s5,200 99 Ford Escort LX, 5 spd, air, 63K .............. s3,600 99 Plymouth Breeze, auto, air, 69K ............ s4,400 99 Chew S10, 4x4, 5 spd, 6 cyl, air, cd, 74K ........ ....................................................................................................................... ?7,300 99 Chevy Sl0,air,6 cyl,auto,low rider,custom,64K. ........................................................................................................................ s5,800 98 Chew Lurnina, auto, air, nice, 73K ........s3,800 97 Ford. Aspire, auto, air, 4 dr, 48K ............. s2,500 95 Ford Taurus, auto, air, 71 K ................... =2,500 95 Ford Taurus, auto, air, clean, 94K ........... s2;400 95 Chevy Corsica, auto, air ......................... s2,200 95 Chevy Sl0, ex cab, V6, auto, air ............. s4,295 94 Chew Corsica, auto, air, 122K .............. s2,000 91 Nissan Pick-up, 4x4, 5 spd, 88K ............ s2,995 85 Chevy Van, nice ...................................... Sl,995 / I. Courteous Loans Buy, Sell, Trade and Lend Dollars on Jewelry, Guns, Musical Instruments, Electronics, etc. Hours: Mort. - Sat. 10-5 Closed Sunday Located in Flatwoods Outlet Mall next tO We win half the battle when we make up our minds to take the world as we find it, including the thorns. --Orison S. Marden **4t FACTS OF LAW By F. John Oshoway Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer by M.B.T.A, The state of Texas recently ameneded its constitution to limit total medical malpractice awards to $750,000, allowing the collection of a maximum of $250,000 from a doctor and a maximum of $500,000 from a hospital for faulty medical c are. If an employer offers a pension plan, you must be permitted to par- ticipate in that plan if you are age 21 or older and have worked for the company for a prescribed period of time, usually at least one year. Handwritten, or holographic, wills are accpetable without wit- nesses in about half of the states, but require provable handwriting of the 9erson executing the will and are easier to challenge in court. Los Angeles has passed a mea- sure that requires exotic dancers to maintain a minimum of six feet distance from customers. =(=l=k ASSUMPTION OF RISK is a type of defense raised in a personal injury lawsuit. A party being sued asserts that the plaintiff knew of the risk or danger and let it happen. Brought to you as a public service by F. John Oshoway P.O. Box 156 Grantsviile, WV 26147 354-92O4 5B0-E Case Bac~oe w/Extendahoe Full Cab, Real Nice .................................................... Sl 6,500 383 Massey Ferguson, 70 HP, 4wd ........ s15,800 3910 Ford, 45 HP, Diesel, 4wd, Nice ...... =12,900 1640 John Deem, 55 HP, Diesel, w/loader ......... ........ s11,700 4000 Ford, 52 HP,Dieael Good Shape ...... s7,500 2350 John Deere, 56 HP, wl full cab & heat.?7,250 1205 Massey Ferguson, 18 HP, Diesel, 4wd ....... .............................................................. ~,850 380 Case, 42 HP, Diesel, w/loader ........... t6,800 2000 Ford, 38 HP, Gas, F/S ...................... s5.950 2000 Ford, 38 HP, DieseI,P/S ................... sS,~0 650 John Deera, 16 HP, diese', 4wd ......... sS,500 B-2150 Kubota, 20 HP, Diesel, 4wd .......... s5,500 1914 Kioti Tractor, 20 HP, 4wd .................. tS,000 New 81/2)(24' Gooseneck Trailer 14K, Axles ramps .................................................... s4,350 Toyota, 4000 Lb, Fork Ufl .......................... s3,500 John Deere, 260 Disc Mower .................... ~,850 9N Ford w/Snow Blade ............................. sZS00 9N Ford w/Snow Blade ............................ s2,200 Rear Blades 5' 6', 7' & 8'. ................ s160 to s850 New Kiofl Tractors in StOck. MON. - Fro. 9 - S SAT. By Appeintment CLOSED SUNDAY Complete Line of New & Used Implements Use Cedar Creek State Park; it's a recreational jewel in the rural Appalachian Mountains! Goings ,,merGoings GILMER COUNTY HISTORICAL THE GILMER COUNTY SOCIETY MEETING WATERSHED COALTION The Gilmer County Historical Society will be holding a meeting on Thurs., will meet, at the History Center, Jan. 29 at 6:30 p.m. at the Commu- nity Showcase (115 E. Main Street). "Thurs., Jan. 22 at 6:30 p.m. The main (This meeting is being rescheduled item on the Agenda will be planning from Jan. 28 due to the FEMA meet- activities for the coming year All mem- bers are urged to attend. All such ing at the Courthouse.) The public is meetings are open to the general pub- invited and encouraged to attend. For lic. For more information, contact the more information, contact Donna Society at 462-4295 or Hunter Waddell at462-7545. Armentrout, PresidentToPS at 462-8431. ~ Our Neighborstz TOPS Club would like to announce and congratulate its top "losers" for 2004 SENIOR RALLY the month of December, as well as The West Virginia Directors of Senior those for the quarter (Sept.-Dec.). For and Community Services would like Dec.: First place, Euna Childers; Sec- to invite you to attend the 2004 Se- end Place, Rita McHenry; Third Place, nior Rally to be held at the Charleston Loretta Pugh. For the quarter: First Civic Center on Thurs., Jan. 29. It will place, Euna Childers; Second Place, be held from 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Linda Peggs. For information about The rally is in support of the 33 1/3 in TOPS (Take off pounds sensibly) call 3 campaign, an effort to secure addi- 462-7777 or 462-5017. tional lottery dollars for senior "pro- grams. 2500 senior citizens from all RIVER TRAIL COMMITTEE over the state will converge in a sea The Glenville River Trail Committee of yellow t-shirts, the trademark of the will hold a strategy meeting to work campaign. We hope you will plan to on the Glenville River Trail grant on attend the rally. If you would like fur- Thurs., Jan. 29 at 10:00 a.m. at Glen- ther information, please contact one ville City Hall. Anyone interested in of the following people: Rebecca Poe, this project is enouraged to become Vice president in Elkins at 636-4747, involved ant attend the meetings. For Scott Mallery, Campaign Chairman more information, contact Donna in Keyser at 788-5467, or Dinah Mills, Waddell at 462-7545. Treasurer in Weston at 269-5738. "i i !__LL.. ...... Each horse shows its own particular signs of aging. Some start with teeth problems. Others suffer digestion loss of 10-20%. Still others show declining hair coat or body condition, aging bones and joints, anemia or allergies. But you can minimize the impact of these problems and keep your horse as healthy as possible with proper care, regular veterniary check-ups and the right feed. Research shows that older horsess need a higher level of protein, more digestible energy and fiber and different levels of minerals and vitamins in their diet. Now there's a feed specifically formulated for older horses. New Equine SeniorTM from Purina. Its unique feed form is easier to chew and digest. It also offers great palatability and improved skin and hair coat condition. It has the higher levels of C and B vitamins older horses need. Plus trace minerals and adjusted levels of fat and protein to meet the special needs of older horses. Look for Equine Senior at your Purina dealer and make these years your horse's best years. After all, he's earned it. McCartney Trailers 462-5910 I Authorized Purina Mills Dealer I i America's Le~oer In rse Nutrition. Murder Mystery Weekend Presented by: Sutton/Flatwoods Days Inn " & GSC Ohnimgohow Players February 7 & 8, 2004 "My Fatal Valentine q March 27 & 28, "Pajama Party Murders" Entire package is $129 plus tax and includes: Saturday evening dinner buffel for two adults, Murder Mystery Event and Sunday morning breakfast. Please ,~11 ah.e~d._ ~ .~e y ot~r reservations early. Limited number of swace available tauq)~o,~-:~t.~ * t~xtt o/off Interstate 79, 2000 Sutton Lane, Sutton, W.Va. 26601 fllltlillH MAIl. WIrefir~ Vienfta, Phone. ~ ~ntemet ~s redee~nn~ ~ ~k~w~: ~ ~ o(=m~m Ibrten . Rbe~et rat, ewes trte r~ht to acce~x o~ de~ any al~at~ fo~t~l~. I List of tax years) 20(3 N=me BABER, E BENNETI BENNE3-1 BOURN, I BOYLES, "t