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Page 12A The Glenville l)enmcrat, JOSEPHINE "MAMSIE" MOHR Thursday, June 18, 2009 Obituaries TINA SUE OLESON Josephine "Mamsie" Mohr. age 73. of LaGrange, OH. passed away at h()me on June 12.2009. after a coura- geous battle with cancer. She was born in Rosedale on Janu- ary 30, 1936, and had lived in the LaGrange area for 55 years. She was a believer of the Baptist faith for many years. She was employed by the Keystone School District in the high school as a lunch cashier until her remement. She then worked at Kaufman's in the fine jewelry department for 12 years. Mrs. Mohr was a [954 graduate of Normantown High School. She was an avid gardener, an animal enthusi- ast and enjoyed spending ume with her family, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. She is survived by her husband of 54 years. Frank Mohr; a daughter, Rhonda Smith. of LaGrange, OH" son. Marty (Cheryl) Mohr. of LaGrange, OH: five grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Survivors also include her sisters, Pauline Conger, of Eiyria, OH; and Jaki Pearce, of Elyria, OH: brothers, Carl Conrad, of Elyria, OH; Paul Conrad. of Vermil- ion, OH, and her twin brother, Jesse Conrad, of Grafton: and by many nieces and nephews. She was pre- ceded in death by her parents, Elder Roy and Tacie Conrad. and brothers, Lee Conrad and Glenn Conrad. Friends were received Tuesday evening, and graveside services were held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, June 17, at the Oak Grove Cemetery, Nor- mantown. Ellyson Mortuary, Inc. as- sisted the family of Josephine Mohr with local arrangements. Tina Sue Oleson, 5 I, of River St.. Glenville, departed this life at 8:44 a.m. on Friday, June 5, 2009, at her residence, following an e xtended ill- ness. She was born October 5, 1957. in Camden, NJ, a daughter of the late Conrad and Sarah Bytheway Traenkner. Tina was a CNA and medical assis- tant, a member of the Moose Lodge, a school bus driver in FL. and a Lutheran by faith. On March 1. 1995. she was united in marriage to Leonard "Lenny" Oleson. who survives at their River St. home. She is survived by one daughter, Deanna Traenkner, of Vero Beach. FL; stepchildren: Stacy L. Oleson, of Wylie, TX; Marine Sgt. Leonard L. Oteson Jr., of Charleston; Crystal M. Oleson, of Glenville; and Jonathan Shirey. of Buckhannon. Surviving grandchildren are Brenna Morgan and Brittany Rhoden, of Vero Beach, FL, and Dusty Lee Rice Jr., of Wylie, TX. Four brothers and one sister sur- vive: Conrad F. Traenkner, of NJ, Joey Traenkner, of NJ, Wayne Traenkner, of N J, Robert Owens, of FL, and Donna Traenkner, of NJ Several nieces and nephews survive. Tina was preceded in death by her first husband, Lynn Shinn: one step- daughter, Angela Nichols; one grand- son, Shamius C. "BJ" Roden; and one sister, Barbara Hell. Memorial services were planned for Saturday, June 13, 2009, in New Jersey. Ellyson Mortuary, Inc.. has assisted Tina's family with local ar- rangements. KIDDY MONUMENT CO Proud :to serve GBmer County since I959 Select G:ranite - Qua ii~y Wo~..man sNp Also Offorir~g Comp~Jta~r Desi.gn 765 US-HWY 33 East el Weston 26~5573 or 1-8B8-269-5573 Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville 354-6162 BEE SUPPLIES Wax- 3 sizes Frames- 3 sizes Supers- 3 sizes Call Bobbi at 462-7416 or Michele at 462-8882 GoldMakers of G nvil % 2009 FOLK FESTIVAL show location: Sunfire Tanning and Hair Salon Thursday afternoon - ALL DAY Friday - ALL DAY Saturday 18 East Main Street WILL PAY CASH: Mountain Jewelry. Hand-made Rings For Select Old Gold - Diamonds ~ Diamonds - Watches - Wedding Sets Coins - Jewelry ~r~Ir Hand-made Bracelets - Necklaces Watches - Class Rings Charms - Pendants - Naked Bee Products Certified Quality Diamonds IN) Insurance Appraisals 00 Fine CUstom Jewelry We order direct from distributors 4~ Over 35 years experience '~#~ Stan: 813/244-1837 Paul" 304/266-4204 Office: 304/462-4834 ~'% www.goldma@rs.net goldmaC~rsinc@aocom ~a~ ~ilmer Coings On~-~ BENEFIT GOLF TOURNAMENT There will be a benefit golf tourna- ment for Gitmer County Special Olym- pics at the Glenville Golf Course on June 20 at 12:30 p.m. It is a four- person scramble and golf ball drop. There will be prizes given for door prize, longest driver, longest putt, and closest to pin. There is a fee to play, which includes a golf cart, water or soda and lunch. There is a limit of 18 teams. All proceeds go to benefit Gilmer County Special Olympics. For more information or to enter the tour- nament, call Arden Bishop at 462- 0335 or the golf course at 462-5907. NOTICE First District Congressman Alan B. Mollohan's Area Representative. Jane Merandi, will be available to visit resi- dents of Gilmer County to discuss with constituents any problems con- cerning a federal agency or ques- tions or comments regarding legisla- tive concerns. She will be at the GIImer County Senior Citizens' Cen- ter from 10:30 a.m until 12:30 p.m. on June 26, 2009. Residents are en- couraged to visit the Congressman's aide during this time at the same lo- cation the four~ Friday of each month. No appointment is necessary. Her telephone number in Clarksburg is 623-4422. HOPE, INC. HOPE. nc., a task force on domestic violence services victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. If you need our help, please call (304) 462- 5352 or our 24-hour hotline at (304) 367-1100. LITTLE PIONEER BASKET BINGO There will be Little Pioneer basket bingo on July 16 at the senior center. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and games start at 6:00 p.m. For more informa- tion, please call Tammy Moore at 462- 0704. NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS Chief White Panther and Chief Soar- ing Peace Eagle will be teaching drumming, singing, and crafts at 111 South Street (across the bridge) dur- ing Folk Festival (June 19, 20, and 21). Bring your chair and enjoy! PRITT REUNION The annual Pritt reunion will be held Saturday, June 20, 2009. at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Food will be served at 12:00 noon. Please bring a gift and covered dish. JENKINS REUNION Our Pediatric Clinic will be closed July 3rd. If you need to see a Doctor on that date, call the Glenville Office at 304-462- 7322. Our Glenviile Office will be closed July 4th for the Holiday If you have an emergency call 911. If you need to see a Dr. call 304-354-9244. What does Minnie Hamilton Health System offer in Glenville? 4 \ 4 ,4 Family and General Medical Services Pediatric Clinic Physical Therapy Radiology Laboratory School Based Health Center Glenville State College Medical Services Minnie Hamilton Health Sgstem >, 809 Mineral Road 186 Hospital Drive \ t /, (;Icnx ille WV Grantsville WV \ 4 462-7322 354-9244 ~ \ .,,. , , ], Headquarters. A covered dish luncn will be held at 1:00 p.m. Family and friends welcome. ALLTOP REUNION The descendants of Roy and Cora (Moore) AIItop will hold their annual reunion on Saturday, July 4, at the Harlen AIItop farm on Steer Run (Nor- mantown). There will be a short meet- ing at 11 a.m.. followed by the meal. All family and friends are invited to attend. GCHS CLASS OF 1999 REUNION The GCHS Class of 1999 will have their ten-year class reunion on Satur- day, June 20, from 4-6 at the GCHS commons area, with a covered dish dinner. All classmates and their fami- lies are invited to attend. Please RSVP if you are attending; if you are bring- ing food, let us know. Pass the infor- mation on to other classmates. Look- ing forward to seeing everyone! Please contact Amanda at 462-7315 or awh#e17@yahoo.com with ques- tions. WEAVER FAMILY REUNION The descendants and relatwes of the late Eugenous and Elizabeth (Etlison) Weaver, and other Weaver non-de- scendants, wil be having their family reunion on Sat., June 27. at The Barn at the Calhoun Park on Rt. 16, south of Grantsville. A covered-dish dinner will be at 12:30 p.m. Bring a wrapped (or unwrapped) item to be auctioned. as the money earned is for next year's reunion. Air-conditioning and facili- ties are available, and friends and family are welcome. Hooe to see you there. For more information, call 302- 273-3317. Church CROOKED FORK BAPTIST CHURCH HOMECOMING The Crooked Fork Baptist Church at Perkins will have its 36th annua homecoming and roll call on Sunday, July 5, 2009, from 10-3. Everyone is welcome. CROOKED FORK BAPTIST CHURCH SING The Crooked Fork Baptist Church at Perkins will have a congregational sing on Saturday, June 27. from 7-9 p.m. Everyone welcome! DAWSON BAPTIST CHURCH HOMECOMING The Dawson Baptist Church will he holding a revival on June 21. starting at 7:30. Everyone is welcome. The annual reunion of the descen- dants of the late Johnny and Celia Jenkins and the late Arch and Lena Jenkins families will be held Satur- day, June 27, at the Cedar Grove Comunity Building on Rt. 47 at Parkersburg beside the State Police CAMDEN FLATS VBS The Camden Flats Baptist Church will be hosting Vacation Bible School from June 22-26, 2009 from 6:00-8:30 p.m. Friday is family night at Cedar Creek State Park. Classes for three year olds- adults. ! ! 'i:,. ~ ......... i ..... .. , -.."~-~!~a"'-i~L::!w=" "" ~ " " " : OKE HOUSm nmo, ...... ...... i19~:';:I~II: 462~ i `~::`' ': " MON~-SA TU~I]ML Y ~IAM~PM ,~i~~~.T,,I_K.~:~O~ .~~G . LIVE BLUEGRASS 7PM-91PM WEONESDAY ~FRI DAY* SATU RDAY HAPPY 2009 FOLK FESTIVAL FROM EVERYONE AT SMOKEHOUSE BBQ! To help celebrate this year's Folk Festival, Smokehouse is will be offering: Pulled Pork Sandwich, Fries, and Drink for $5 Hot Dog, Fries, and Drink for $3 OPEN: Monday - Friday 10 am - 9 pm Saturday 11 am 9 pm Sunday 11 am - 4 pm Specials Good June 18-21 Located on North Lewis near Main Street, Glenville VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL DATES: June 28- July 2 TIME: 6:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. PLACE: Sand Fork Baptist Church "SonRock Kids Camp: Where Kids Build Their Lives on the Rock: Jesus" ~_Our Neighbors BABY SHOWER bring history alive. There will be dem- There will be a baby shower held at the Auburn Community Building June 27 at 4 p.m. for Ciana Pritt and Ashley Maxwell. Friends and relatives are welcome to attend. For more infor- mation, cal 349-2478. WV HERITAGE CRAFI" STORE CELEBRATES WV'S BIRTHDAY Saturday, June 20, is West Virginia's 146th birthday, and the West Virginia Heritage Craft Sto re is having a party! Bring the whole family to see crafters onstrations of paper marbling, em- broidery, quilting, and blacksmithing. From 11 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1- 2 p.m., there will be crafts for children (ages seven and older) to make AI handcrafts are for sate. There wil also be free birthday cake, to be cut and served at 2 p.m. The store is open from 10 a.m to 5 p.m and is located two-tenths of a mile south from the Nutter Fort exit of t-79. Rt 20, south of Clarksburg, 3 doors past Stonewood Bulk Foods, in the old. white schoolhouse. 'Weston's Amazing Week' is June 20-27 Weston's Amazing Week begins with an "Ahnost Heaven Birthday Celebration" on West Virginia Day. The Arts Council of Weston is or- ganizing the show, and activities in- clude the Weston Street Fair, Carp Fishing Tournament, and much more. The Fourth Annual Weston An- tique Mart Fair and Street Fair on Saturday, June 27. will be the culmi- nation of the Amazing Week. Craft and antique vendors, an antique car show. and lots of food providers will fill Main Avenue in Weston. Fair organizers are still looking for a few more antique vendors, and interested parties can call the Weston City Build- ing at 269-6141 and ask foran appli- cation. The Amazing Week begins on Sat- urday, June 20, with musical appear- ances by The Amazing Rhythm Aces and Todd Burge, at St. Paul's West Hall. There will also be a reunion of the Weston State Hospital employees at the old State Hospital on the same day. There will be an Amazing Weston Pet Show on Tuesday, June 23, at Weston's City Hall. Suzie Frederick will be coordinating the pet event. The Pet Show show is open to all, adults and children, dogs, puppies, cats and other pets. The entry fee will be dog food or supplies (toys) for the Animal Shelter. Categories are: Large Dog Show: Small Dog Show: Special Tricks Show; Dog-a-Thon (Obedience train- ing); Cat Show; Other pets. Everyone is welcome to come out and have a good time with their four- or two-legged friends. Ribbons and prizes will be awarded. Tim Guice, organizer of the Guitar Hero Video Tournament, is planning the tourney for Wednesday, June 24. beginning at 6 p.m. at Kathy's Kitchen, on River Street in Weston. Pre-regis- tration is $10. and the cost is $15 to re~ister at the tournament. Organizers of the Carp Fishing Tournament will begin the tourna- ment on Friday, June 26, along the banks of the West Fork River. and will end with winners on Saturday, June 27, during Weston's Antique Fair. The Kiss Community Building will be celebrating their third anniversary with children's activities at their loca- tion on First Street during the Street Fair. Also, the Annual Lavender Fair will be taking place at LaPaix Farm. It is such a big week that a website. "WestonsAmazingWeek.'" will be available for information. You can also call 304-269-3683. Byrd's Eye View... byU.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd Remembering Dad Sunday, June 21, is Father's Day. Father's Day does not have quite the aura of Mother's Day, but it is cer- tainly meaningful tha| our country also sets aside a day to pay tribute to fathers. Although men might handle their parenting roles in many .dJffer, et~t ways, a good father, like a good mother, is basically a nurturer. Chil- dren need the warm and protective presence of a father figure m their growing years. In my Father's Day remarks in 1988, I pointed out: "A society without a strong sense of fatherhood is courting an mcrease in personal and social problems among its young people." An English proverb says that "one father is worth more than 100 school- masters." When I think back on how much I learned from my coal-mining dad. I know that. despite the poverty and hardships of my youth, I was truly blessed by his presence in my life. The example of strength and wisdom. tempered by love, which the father provides in the home is extremely important to the development of a child. The idea of making Father's Day a national day of recognition is credited to Mrs. Sonora Smart Dodd, of the state of Washington, who began to champion the idea of Father's Day in 1909, after listening to a Mother's Day sermon. It was in 1972 that President Nixon established the third Sunday of June as a permanent national observance of Father's Day. But the people of West Virginia can take pridein know- ing that the first observance of Father's Day took place in our ~wn State. On December 6. 1907. a horrible mine explosion at Monogah killed more than 360 coal miners. The ex- pl.0sion.t.eft more~than 1,000 children .fatherless. Soon after that tragedy, Ms. Grace Clayton proposed to her mmtster, Dr. Robert Webb. the pastor of the Williams Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church South ( now known as Central United Methodist Church) of Fairmont, that fathers be given a day to be honored and remembered. "It was partly the explosion that set me to think how important and loved most fathers are." she explained. As a result, on July 5, 1908. the church celebrated the first Father's Day. This was just two months after the first Mother's Day service had been held 20 miles away, near Grafton. on May 10, 1908. What a tribute to West Virginia family values - - that both Mother's and Father's Days were first celebrated in our state! In 1985. the state of West Virginia erected a historical marker declaring Fairmont as the site where Fathers Day was first observed. This Father's Day, I encourage you to keep Ms. Clayton's words in mind. Show your dad "how ~mportant and loved" he is. And to all West Virginia dads. let me personally wish you a happy Father' s Day ! Get Your Ducks in a Row.... Before starting a business! Complete a resourceful 4-week course Classes offered Monday evenings in Au- gust by Mountain CAP of WV, Inc., a CDC Please call 304-472-6808 Ext. 202 for Information Equal opportunity employer, lender, and housing provider L~Ne~R Application for Farm Use Valuation You may qualify tor Farm Use Valuation if all agricultural production. sales, and personal use or consumption equals to a value of $1.000 or more This amount would also include the value of all farm ammals located on the farm. If you receive any mineral royalties or timber income during the year. it must be less than 50% of the total value of your farm production in order to qualify. Your total value is determined from the operation of your farm during the twelve-month period beginning July 1, 2008 and ending June 31), 2009. The Farm Use Valuation form ma5 be filed in the Assessor's Office starting July 1. 2009.and must be filed by September 1, 2009, for your application to bc considered. The forln ~s to be filled out every year your farm is in production. If you arc intcrcsled in qualifying for farm use or have any questions, you may v~si~ the Assessor's Office or call 462-7731. Gary L. Woffe. Assessor of Gilmer County