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Thursday, May 20, 2004 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 11 Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville • 354-6162 ELIZABETH ROSE MOLNAR BROWN MILDRED "TOADY" COLLINS ROLLAND 'POD' MILLER Elizabeth Rose Molnar Brown of Orlando, W.Va., went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, May 12, 2004, at United Hospital Center, .Clarksburg after an extended illness. She was born in Keszthely, Hungary on Jan. 4, 1924 and came to the U.S. in 1947. She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Eugene Brown, four daugh- ters and sons-in-law, Eva Elisabeth and Wayne Hinkle of Wallback; Dora lea and Charles Scranage of Grafion; Pamela Jean and Terry Roberts of Burnsville; and Carol Louise and Mike • Kelley of Gilmer Station; eight grand- children, Kelli Jo Hinkle of Charles- ton; Loft Sue Max of Talwil, Switzer- land; Melani Beth Hinkle of Atlanta, GA; Christopher Lee Waldeck of Nutter Fort; Andrea Jill Showalter of Sandusky, OH; Jill Kristin Roberts of Lewisburg; Jeremy Todd Roberts of Burnsville; and Travis Lee Kelley of Gilmer Station; four great-grand- daughters, Korra Erzebet and Elexa Anjil Showalter of Sandusky, OH; and Ava Elisabeth Max of Talwil, Switzerland; and Ashley Danelle Vallandingham of Eleanor; two sis- ters and brothers-in-law, Mafia and Carlos Bokar and Ibolya IraTe; and a host of other wonderful family mere- hers of Keszthely, Hungary; and friends of the Little Kanawha Inde- Pendent Church of Burnsville where she was a member. She was proceeded in death by her parents, Joseph and Maria Molnar, and one sister, and three brothers of Keszthely, Hungary. She will be greatly missed by fam- ily and friends. The world has been a better place because of her loving kind- ness. Our loss is heaven's gain. Those who love her will always celebrate her life. Fur .ral services were held Sat., May 15, at the Little Kanawha Independent Church. Reverend Ronzel Roberts officiated. Interment followed in the Quickie Cemetery in Burnsville. The Gilmer County Economic Develop- ment Association stands for jobs and progress in our county! Mildred "Toady" Collins, 69, of Gerrardstown, departed this life on Thursday, May 13, 2034, at her resi- dence. Mrs. Collins was born on March 4, 1935, atGem, Braxton Co., the daugh- ter of the late William and Pearl Helmick Thayer. She had been em- ployed by the West Virginia Glass Factory, Weston. She is surivived by sons, Leonard "Cricket" Collins of Gerrardstown; James "David" Collins of Scott De- pot; Kevin "Mickey" Collins of Martinsburg; daughters, Wanda "Sissy" Briggs of Gerrardstown; Patricia"Patty" Donaldson of Orlando; Kathleen "Pie" Riffle of Harrisville; Ruth "PeeWee" Cbitwood of Dawsonville, GA; and brother, Denzil Thayer of Barberton, OH. Mrs. Collins was preceded in death by her husband, James"Foot" Collins; brothers, Paul, Fred and Bill Thayer; sisters, Cleta Riley; Kathleen Rogers; Pauline Hams; Clydia Steele; and Beulah Ayers. Funeral services were held Sun., May 16, at the McCullough-Rogers Funeral Home, Pennsboro. Pastor Don Blankenship officiated. Interment followed at the Helmick Cemetery, Rolland "Pod" Miller age 77, of 1 st Ave Glenville, departed this life Fri- day morning May 14, 2004 at his residence following an extended ill- ness. Born June 17, 1926 in Gilmer Co., son of the late Hale and Ova Westfall Miller. Pod was a master electrician, former glassworker and retired from Kinny Shoe Corp. at Glenville in 1987 and a Protestant by faith. Mr. Miller was first married to Kathleen M. Boggs Miller in 1949, and she preceded him in death in April 1998, he is survived by his second wife Lenora Parsons Harris Miller whom he married in Sept. of 1999. Surviving are two sons, Rolland "Little Pod" Miller II of Glenville, James and wife Rhonda Miller of Letter Gap. Two grandchildren also survive, Luke and Amanda Miller of Letter Gap; three step-children sur- vive, Sandy Simpson of Arkansas, Butch Tallhammer of Harrisville, Mary Bush of Cox's Mill. One sister survive, Thelma Hays of Cleveland, OH. Rolland was preceded i a death by three brothers, James, Harold Jr., and Clarence Miller and one granddaugh- ter, Stacey Jo. A memorial service was conducted at 2:30 p.m., Tues., May 18 at the Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., with Rev. Ronzel Roberts officiating. Donations may be made in memory of Rolland "POd" Miller to a Children's Hospital of choice. Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 Select Granite • Quality Workmanship Also Offering Computer Design lit. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 Every human mind is a great • lumbering power until awak- ened by keen desire and by def- inite resolution to do. --Edgar F. Roberts That Time of Year: Hanging Baskets $12.00 Fern hanging Baskets from $7.00, $12.00 to $24.00 Packs of Flowers and veggies $1.50 per pack or $10.OO per Flat Seed Potatoes 50 #@ $6.50 We have already planted potatoes, corn,squash, and beans, so we shall have flesh home grown produce soon. Yes, because of health and age reasons, Whitehurst Farms is up for sale, but we are looking for an easy transition to the new owners, and hope to introduce them to you this summer. Thanks from all of us at Whitehurst Farms. Ill hours: 9 a.m.-7 p.m every day 9 miles from Weston on Route 33 West between Alum Bridge & Camden 69-2200 t INTERSECTION OF MINERAL ROAD AND SYCAMORE ROADS, GLENVILLE. Best Place to Buy & Save! s9,800 Deals now being offered regulartyl *9,500 24,700 MILES 2000 RED PONTIAC GRAND AM GT RAM All • V4 ENGINE • AUTO • POWER WINDOWS CLOTH b'EA'I'$ • CASsETrE PLAYER • NICE! 2000 BIEGE CHEVY VENTURE VAN LS AUTO • AIR • CASSETTEPLAYER • 3RD ROW SEATING FRONT POWER WINDOWS & DOOR LOCKS POWER PASSENGER SIDE DOOR AND OPERATOR SIDE SLIDING DOOR 76,000 Miles *8,295 1995 GREEN DODGE RAM LARAMIE SLT 1500 V4 MAC; ENGINE • AIR • AUTO • 4X4 * POWER WINDOWS AND DOOR LOCKS PLAYER • REG. BlED - RUNNING BOARDS • BED LINER Quality Trade-ins are Better built stainless running boards. 2000 RED GMC SIERRA SLT 4 DR • EXTENDED CAB - LONG BED wrrH FIBERGLASS TOPPER 4X4 • Z-71, S.3 V..8 ENGINE • AUTO • AIR • CD PLAYEi[ • ( POWER WINDOWS, DOOR LOCKS AND ADJUSTABLE LEATHER SEATS being acquired dailvl LEAH BELL WILLIAMS Leah Bell Williams, 59, of Dennison Run, Linn died Friday, May 14, 2004, following a brief illness. She was born in Braxton County on January 29, 1945; daughter of the late Henry Sillman and Eva (Fisher) Robison of Sutton. On March 3 l, 1962, she mar- fled Otha "Pete" Williams, who sur- vives. Mrs. Williams is also survived by four sons Thomas Scott Williams, Kenneth Clark Williams, Ben Wayne Williams, and Danny Joe Williams, all of Linn and one daughter, Sara Loise Buckhannon of Linn. Also sur- viving are ten grandchildren: Christo- pher Ryan Williams, Destiny Nicole Williams, Brittney Ann Williams, Casey Mae Williams, Kenneth Clark Williams, Jr., Brian Joe Williams, Andrew Clark Williams, Lucas Buckhannon, Megan Buckhannon, and Jessica Jean Duncan, and one great grandchild. Mrs. Williams is survived by three brothers, Walter Sillman, Carl Sillman, and Lonnie Sillman all of Falls Mill; five sisters, Velma Gibson of Pheonix, AZ, Thelma Keener of Columbus, OH, Ruby Sponaugle of Buckhannon, Linda Tanner of Cleve- land, OH, and Estie Modesitt of Falls Mill, and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by one brother, Hylo Sillman. Mrs. Williams was a homemaker. Friends were received at the Floyd Funeral Home on Tuesday, May 18. Funeral services were held on Tues- day at 2:00 p.m. from the Floyd Fu- neral Home Chapel with Reverend J. Russell Furr officiating. Interment followed in the Hiney Hill Cemetery in Gilmer County. INSURANCE Tired of High Auto insurance rates? Give Fox Insurance Agency a try for bet',er rates. Calf 1-877-338-5474 or online at foxinsuranceandrealestate.com. Mark 16:16 - Three Individuals Larry IL Keenan, Pastor Mark 16:16 is another verse, which those who adhere to the false doctrine of baptismal regeneration, cling to tenaciously. This verse comes in sec- ond as the most used next to Acts 2:38. Those who use this verse gener- ally believe in salvation by works and the false idea that one can fall away and be lost again. This verse posi- tively says that the one who believes and is baptized "shall be saved." How- ever, they actually believe that a per- son MAY BE saved which is a posi- tion of doubt, not faith. There are two things in this verse which are seldom considered. First is the fact that salvation is promised to faith. The reader should carefully read such verses as Acts 16:31, John 3:14- 18, 3:36, 6:47, 20:31 and John 1:12. The remission of sins is also promised at the point of faith. In Acts 10:43, we read that "all the prophets" gave wit- ness that "whosoever ~ in him shall receive remission of sins." But, "all the prophets" did not preach bap- tism. This again points up the impor- tance of faith and the fact that it elimi- nates infants as they do not have the capacity to exercise faith or belief. No amount of twisting the scriptures or man-made tradition can change this fact. Bob L. Ross, in his book &CArl 2:38 and Baptismal Remission puts it this way: Every blessing promised in any verse of Scripture which men- tions baptism is in other verses prom- ised to faith without any consider- ation of baptism; however, nowhere is a blessing ever promised to baptism without consideration of faith." The verse does say that the one who be- lieves and is baptized shall be saved But we can just as easily say that one who believes and prays shall be saved or, one who believes and studies the Bible shall be saved. It is belief or faith that makes possible all other blessings associated with salvation. The second consideration which is overlooked in Mark 16:16 is the im- plied third person involved. We know from the verse that the person who" believes and is baptized shall be saved and the person who does not believe is damned, but what about the third per- son who is not specifically mentioned? There is always a period of time be- tween the exercise of faith and the actual getting into the baptismal wa- ters. I ask the reader, what is the condi- tion of this person? He believes but has not yet been baptized. What, accord- ing to the word of God, is the condition of this individual's soul? He isn't damned because he has repented and believed. Should he die in this condi- tion, would he have the blessings asso- ciated with faith? The answer is found in John 3:18 which tells us that the believer is not condemned. The teach- ings of mere mortal men can lead your soul to hell but only God's infallible word can lead you to heaven. Faith comes from hearing God's Word (Ro- mans 10:17). More next issue. KANAWHA DRIVE CHURCH Rte. 5, Glenville, W.Va. Illllll i • i i i • •• ••• QQ 0• • •• ••Q•I•••OOOOIOOOt•OeQQO0 • Thanks to all my friends • and family who supported . " me in the Primary Election " as a Candidate for Sheriff. • Pd~ for by the Candidate II • • WWlI Display from Glenville State College • Honor GUard n • Flag etiquette demonstration n ll in II Ii mill fri If you attend another church please join us for lunch. ur I First Baptist Church of Glenville 217 E. Hain St. Glenville WV 26351 462-7015 4 iq t d /