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l'agc 12--The Glcnville Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, February 26, 2009 . .... Ohit i 0000__uar_es GLENDA LEE BRADEY BLAINE STEPHEN JORDAN Glenda Lee Bradey, 65, of Glen- ville, passed away February 22, 2009, at home. She was born June 30, 1943 a daugh- ter.of the late Harold and Wanda Jenkins Putnam. Glenda was a home- maker and a Protestant by faith. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her hus- band, Charles Bradey; son, Harvey a daughter, Cheryl Cronin, and sisters, Denise Skidmore and Violet Bianco• Glenda is survived by companion Russ Marks, sons, Tom Breedlove of Gassaway, and Charles Bradey of Brownsville, PA; stepson, Lee Marks of Gilmer County, daughters, Freeda Bradey and Brenda Bradey both of Brownsville, PA; brothers, Fletchard Putnam of Chapel and Jim Putnam of Witsie; sisters, Wilda McNear and Medra Dobbins both of Ohio; 20 grandchildren and nine great grand- children. At Glenda's request, her body was cremated. Richard M. Roach Funeral Home assisted the family of Glenda Lee Bradey, VIRGINIA A. HAMRIC Virginia A. Hamric, 70, of StumptOwn died February, 18, 2009. Services were held on Saturday, February 21, aJ Rosedale Baptist Church, Rosedale. Burial followed in the Collins Cemetery, Stumptown. Richard M. Roach Funeral Home assisted the family of Virginia A. Hamric. DARRELL LEE HEINEY Darrell Lee Heiney, 61, of Lewisburg, formerly of Glenville and Calhoun County, passed away Febru- ary 18, 2009 at Greenbrier Valley Hospital, Lewisburg. He was born in Cleveland, OH; and was the son of Pearl M. Simmons Heiney and the late Forest LeVere Heiney and was in the care of ResCare of Lewisburg. Surviving in addition to his mother are a sister Dianne Heiney Smith and her husband, Bob Smith of Spencer. Nieces are Shawn Smith Stanley, Dawn Smith Hymes, Kristi Smith Cecil. Great Niece Shayla Stanley. Great nephews Jevan Stanley, Tyler Hymes and Turner Hymes. Funeral services were held on Mon- day, February 23, 2009 at the Stump Funeral Home in Grantsville, Rev. Keff 'ifhfficiated.'tnterment fop lol'i"}.q:'fl Betts Cetery. at Grantsvitle. Blaine Stephen Jordan, 52, of Rosedale, died February 22, 2009, at home. He was born September 15, 1956, in Braxton County. He was a timberman and a Protestant. Blaine was preceded in death by his father, Ronald E. Jordan, and brother, Ronald Lynn Jordan. He is survived by his mother, Maretta Jenkins Jordan, of Rosedale; his brothers, Victor and John Jordan, both of Rosedale; his sister, Norene Jordan, of Glenville; and several nieces and nephews. Service will be 1 p.m. Thursday, February 26, at Richard M. Roach Funeral Home in Gassaway, with the Rev• Johnny Conrad officiating. Burial will be in the Rosedale Com- munity Cemetery. Friends may call two hours prior to the service at the funeral home. LARRY JOHN LUNSFORD Larry John Lunsford, 60, of 1704 Straight Run, Alum Bridge, passed away at 9:53 a.m. on Thursday, Feb- ruary 19, 2009 at his residence, fol- lowing a brief illness. He was born in Weston on Decem- ber 2, 1948; son of the late John Brenne Lunsford and Bonnie Leone (Lattea) Lunsford. On March 28, 1970, he married Rosalie (Parker) Lunsford, who survives. Also surviving are two sons, Larry G. and Gary R. Lunsford both of Alum Bridge, one sister, Fay Leon Blake of Weston and several nieces, nephews, brother-in-law and sister- in-law. In addition to his parents, Mr. Lunsford was preceded in death by one sister, Mavis May Lunsford. Mr. Lunsford was a truck driver for Miller Supply Company and worked for Savin Brothers on road construc- tion, when 1-79 was being built. He also worked for Forest Lawn Memo- rial Gardens of Jane Lew, Larry was a veteran of Vietnam, serving as a pri- vate first class in the United States Army, where he received a Purple Heart, Army Commendation Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with two bronze service stars, Republic of Viet- nam Gallantry Cross with Palm Unit Citation Badge, Overseas Service Bar and Sharpshooter. He loved to hunt, fish, camp, and just about anything outdoors. Funeral services were held on Sat- urday,-February 21, 2009 at the HardmanPaletti. Funeral Home chapel with Reverend Clifford West officiating. Interment followed ser- vices in the Rock Grove Cemetery of Linn. The Lewis County Honor Guard conducted lull military honors at the cemetery. Hardman Paletti Funeral Home of Weston was m charge of arrange- ments for Larry John Lunsford. Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville 354-6162 KIDDY MONUMENT CO Proud to serve GBmer County since 1959 ,. We'sell lhe best with 2,4. hour service on-the rest! Truth or Tradition ? "Why do ye also transgress the commandment of God by your tradition?" Matthew 15:3 Once In Grace. Always In Grace .... Truth or Eternal Security Can a Christian fall from grace? Can one who has been redeemed by the blood of Christ so sin as to be eternally lost? Can one who has been delivered from the bondage of sin fall away and be lost? In his first letter to the church in Corinth. the Apostle Paul reviews Israel's deliv- erance fiom bondage in Egypt. He tells bow they were separated fi-om their enemies, the Egyptians, by the waters of the Red Sea. and were all baptized unto Moses in the cloud and in the sea. He recalls how God took care of their needs in the wilderness, but because many of them usted after evil things, they were over- thrown, in one day. some 23.000 (I Corinthians 10:1-12). They made their escape fi'om bond- age. and were clearly on their way to their promised land, but because of sin in their lives, they never made it. They lost it all Then Paul makes his application: Now all these things happened unto them for ensamplcs: and they arc written fo,- our admoni- .ion. Wherefore let him that thinkelh he standcth take heed lest he fall (1 Corinthians 10:11-12). Can one who has been delivered from the bondage of sin. and scpa- -ated From his enemies (sins by the waters olbapusm, and be on his way I. heaven (the promised hind,, so sin as to lose his eternal reward? Can the child of God fall away and be lost? The Apostle Peter wrote: For if after they have escaped the pollutions of the world through the knowledge of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, they are again entangled therein, and overcome; the latter end is worse with them than the beginning. For it had been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than. after they have known it. to turn from the holy commandment delivered unto them. But it is hap- pened unto them according to the true proverb. The dog is turned to his own vomit again; and the sow that was washed to her wall owing in the mire (2 Peter 2:20-22). Can one escape the pollutions of the world, and later become en- tangled again? How could the latter end be worse if they are going to heaven anyway? Once In Grace. Al- ways In Grace...Truth or Tradition? Steer Creek Church of Christ, 3466 Rosedale Road, Stumptown, WV 25267. Minis- ter: Gene H. Miller, 3281 Rosedale Road, Shock, WV 26638. Phone: 462-0384. E-maih ghmiller@rtoLnet. Web Links: hurherald.com, sanet.com RETA ELOISE "SIS" ROBINSON IDA MARGUERITE (REED) ROE Reta Eloise "Sis" Robinson, of Buckhannon, went to be with the Lord and to join the love of her life, her husband of 56 years, Orval Paul "Jack" Robinson, in their heavenly home, after a courageous battle with cancer, at 12:05 a.m. on February 22, 2009, with her family by her side. She was born in Tanner on Septem- ber 13, 1926, to Carl "Doe" Bush and Gertrude Black Bush. She and Jack were married on April 5, 1947, moving to the Teays Valley area and then to Elkview and Big Chimney, where they raised their daughter, Jackie. After retirement, they moved back to Gilmer County, where they remained until 2000. They then moved to Hurricane to be closer to their daughter and grandchildren• Reta, as some called her, along with her daughter, opened up the Gnat Eyebrow and Sunnyside Up Tanning, in Hurricane. In April, 2007, she moved to Buckhannon. She will be missed greatly by her loving daughter and best friend, Jackie Bradley, with whom she made her home. She is also survived by two grandchildren: Tiffany Bogle, of Hur- ricane; and Billy Bradley, fiancee Chastity Cook and her children, Mor- gan and Tanner, of St. Albans; tour great-grandchildren who were the light of her life: Krystell and Hunter Bogle, of Culloden; Tyler Bradley, of Winfield; and Tymber Leigh Robinson, of Buckhannon; sister Wyene (Bob) Turner, of Normantown; and brothers Roy (Judy) Bush, of Buckhannon and Harry (Chris) Bush, of Naples, FL. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews, five of whom have been a big part of her life the past year: Paula (John) Stayder, of Moatsville; Libby (Mike) Westfall, Doug (Ann) Bush, Doc "Christy" Bush, David (Brenda) Bush, all of Buckhannon, and a big family of great-nieces and nephews. She will be missed by four special ladies whom she loved like daugh- ters: Karen Newhouse; Debi Parton; Cathy Brown; and Wanda Atkins; and her fuzzy companions: Foxy Marie; Tapper Jane; Buddy; and Lazarus. She attended Tanner Chapel, in Tan- ner, TriCounty Worship Center, in Florida, and Liberty in Christ, in Buckhannon. Thanks to her special caregiver, Addle Helmick, St. Joseph Hospice, and her church family, Liberty in Ida Marguerite (Reed) Roe, age 90, of Flatrock, MI, formerly of Conings passed away February 11, 2009. A beloved wife of the late Theron Roe, loving mother of Larry Joe (Mary Ann) Roe; Brennie Jack (Kay) Roe, Christopher Roe ans the late Donald (Bonnie) Roe. Dearest grandmother of nine, and great-grandmother of 18, dear sister, of Mary Johnson of AZ. Also surviving nieces, and neph- ews, Bud (Connie) Adams of Weston. Gary (Jeanette) Adama of Cedarville; Jackie (Ed) Broome of Stewarts Creek; and Rodney (Debbie) Reed of Newberne. She was preceded in death by her parents, Nathan and Bessie Reed of Conings, two brothers, and three sis- ters. Funeral service was privately, ar- rangements by Michigan Funeral Home. WV Poison Center Running Poster Contest For Kids The West Virginia Poison Center is running a statewide poster contest for six to 11 years old who attend school or are home schooled in West Vir- ginia. The contest deadline is March 3, 2009. The theme of the contest is "Poisoned? Not Sure?" The winning poster design will be used by the Poison Center to increase awareness of Poison Center services. According to the Poison Center Director, Dr. Elizabeth Scharman, "Most people do not know that they can call the Poison Center about possible expo- sures to all types of poisons; not just cleaning supplies found under the sink. Plants, mushrooms, cleaners, over- the-counter and prescription medi- cines can all be poisons." Contest rules and the entry form are available at www. wvpoisoncenter.org. The winner will be announced at the State Capitol during Poison Pre- vention Week on March 20, 2009. The,first place winner will receive a Christ Church. $300 savings bond, in iddition to hav- A celebration ofherlife was hekIat ing his/her poster displayed on bill-: Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., in Glenville, on Wednesday, February 25, with Rev. Alfred Hickman and Rev. Mike Westfall officiating. Burial followed in the Meadow Lane Cemetery. Ellyson Mortuary, Inc.. assisted the family ofReta E. "Sis" Robinson with arrangements. Doctors often recommend a good soak in a hot tub or spa as a way for arthritis sufferers to smooth out the kinks during cold weather. It's the same remedy discovered by skiers after a vigorous day on the slopes to avoid "charlie horses." boards around the state. The second place winner will receive a $150 sav- ings bond, and the third place winner will receive a $100 savings bond. The first 200 entrants will receive a West Virginia Poison Center wrist band Sponsors of the poster contest m- elude the West Virginia Poison Cen- ter. the WVU School of Pharmacy, and Bayer Crop-Science. The West Virginia Poison Center provides comprehensive emergency poison information, prevention and educational resources to West Vir- ginians 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 365 days a year. The WVPC is staffed by nurses, pharmacists and physicians with special training in the treatment of poisonlngs. 6.W. NDPrlN6 $, €OOLIE6 O,-w Lloyd May, Gary Whiting, Dustin Allen Experienced hgtallers OWRSD sy ; GARY M. AND KAVA J. WHIING 00.'THE (;rr-R-DONI00 w,: 6AN6 ( 1-8GG-927- 1 24 • WV Coo#octor Uc, WVOt,7 * t˘lctsle," ElectOclon #MOOYI6 CENTRAL MOUNTAIN BOWLING in Flatwoods Mon.-Thurs. 1 lam-llpm Fri.-Sat. 1 lam-midnight Sun. 1-8pro 2250 Sutton Lane 304-765-2811 MONDAYS are Dollar Days Games Hotdogs Gilmer Goings On ilmer Goings Ong BASEBALL SIGN-UPS & SAFTBALL County-wide baseball and softball signups, Saturday Feb, 28, 2009 From 12:00-3:00, at the Rec. Center in the White House. There is a sign -up fee; please bring 3 proofs of Residency, New players bring Birth Certificate. GSC STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION The GSC Student Education Asso- ciation is hosting a reading night for Dr. Seuss Reading across America on March 2, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm, in the Ball Room in the Mollohan Center at GSC. RED HATS Gilmer Gadabouts will meet Thurs- day, March 12, at 11:30 at the Senior Center. There will be a program. FREE CHOLESTEROL, GLUCOSE and BLOOD PRESSURE SCREEN- INGS At GiI-Co Faith Pharmacy, Tuesday, March 3rd, from 9:00am - 3:00pm. Fasting is NOT required. Testing conducted through fingerstick with results in approximately 5 minutes. This community service event is sponsored by Hospice Care Corpo- ration. A Hospice Care representa- tive will be available to answer any questions regarding end-of-life care or how to become a Hospice Care volunteer in your community. PRESCHOOL SCREENING ANNOUNCEMENT Gilmer County Schools will be offer- ing the Birth to six year old screening on March 5, 2009, at the Gilmer County Health Department. You will be receiving packets in the mail to be returned on that day. Anyone who does not receive a packet in the mail, can pick them up there that day. Gilmer County Schools will begin ac- cepting Enrollment packets on March 5, 2009. Children must be four prior to September 1, 2009, or three if a special needs child to be eligible for Preschool. Enrollment packets have been mailed to students we are aware of, but the information can be picked up at the Health Department on the 5th of March, You may also Contact your local schools or the Gilmer County Board of Education Office. (462-7386 ext. 4) for the packets. Please plan to attend. G.C. SPECIAL OLYMPICS Gilmer County Special Olympics will be sponsoring a Weighted Rabbit Hunt on February 28. The weigh-in will be at 3 pm at Willie's Sport Shop in Glenville. For more information, contact Martin at 304-462-5442 or Gary at 304-462-8735. COMMUNITY SHOWCASE THRIFT STORE NEWS Will be having a quarter sale the last Friday of every month, on all clothing and shoes. Yes, we do accept dona- tions of everything except for children's toys, and backpacks. For more information call, 462-7545, ask for Gene or Ashley. LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE Gilmer Goings GED CLASSES GED classes are offered in both Cal- houn and Gilmer Counties. Classes are available on Tuesday, Wednes- day, and Thursday from 9-12 at the Calhoun Gilmer Career Center and also on Thursday from 3-6 by ap- pointment only. Classes are also avail- able at St Marks Episcopal Church in Glenville on Tuesdays and Wednes- days from 12:30 to 3:00. St. Marks is located across the street from the new fire station. Due to changes in the GED program, the GED test is now free. However, candidates must first pass a OPT Practice Test prior to taking the full-length GED test. If you cannot attend a GED class to do this, please call 354-6151 and we will schedule a time for you to take the practice test. DONATIONS NEEDEd) FOR CINDERELLA PROJECT Now through Mamh 16th, Hospice Care Corporation is seeking dona- tions of prom, formalwear and pag- eant dresses, shoes and accessories for the upcoming Cinderella Project. Drop off locations include Hospice Care Corporation Office of Burnsville; Braxton County Community Coalition, Sutton; Minnie Hamilton Health Sys- tem (Social Services Dept.), Grantsville; Crystal Lynn's Hair Trendz, Millstone; Minnich's Florist, Glenville; Fruth Pharmacy, Spencer; Stonewall Home OxygenTherapy, Weston; Laurel Nursing and Reha- bilitation Home. Big Otter; Wirt County Journal, Elizabeth; and Talbots, Vienna or call 304-517-8868 to ar- range a pick-up. Proceeds benefit Hospice Care Corporation's Indigent Fund and Camp Nabe Bereavement Fund for WV Children. 0ur Neighbors g WEST FORK CONSERVATION DISTRICT BOARD OF SUPERVI- SORS MONTHLY MEETING The West Fork Conservation District of Supervisors monthly meeting will be held March 3, 2009 at the USDA Service Center at Mt. Clare, begin- ning at 9:00 a.m. Contact Dinah Hannah, Administrative Officer at 627- 2610. ST. PATTY'S DANCE Will be held on Mamh 14, 2009 Mid- way VFD is having a St. Patty's dance. No admission charge. The conces- sion stand will be open from 7-11 pm. Any questions call, 269-5262. L Church News g REVIVAL The Oak Grove Baptist Church of Normantown will be starting a revival on March 22, at 7:30 pm. We invite everyone to attend. GOSPEL SING The Rosedale Baptist Church will host a Gospel Sing on Saturday, February 28, 2009 at 6:00 pm. Featuring: Be- yond Calvary and the Villanova Sing- ers. Pastor Larry Fisher, everyone welcome. The LEPC will be meeting on March 5, 2009, for its quarterly meeting at the OES Office at 5:30 pm. All county agencies are urgec to attend. Ques- tions? Call 462-0400 in the after- noons. ASH WEDNESDAY Ash Wednesday services / ashes will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church on Wednesday, Feb. 25. at 7 pm. All are welcome. The record number of hands shaken by a public figure at an official function was 8,513 by President Theodore Roosevelt at a New Year's Day White House presentation in 1907. Happy Bi P & C BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC. 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