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m Page 8 --- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Aug. 7, 2003 |l I II I I II tuaries BEATRICE MILLER Beatrice Miller, 84, of Crestview Manor, Jane Lew departed this life at 1:30 p.m., Wed., July 30, 2003 at the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospi- tal in Westonc W.Va., following an extended illness. Mrs. Miller was born on June 25, 1919 at Adrian, Upshur Co. She was a daughter of the late James H. and Stella Nutter Facemier. Mrs. Miller was a ht)menmker and mother. Surviving are one daughter, Marchetia Conrill of Sand Fork; two sons, James Beckett of Weston, and at Glenville, W.Va., the son of the late Ezra and Jospehine Pearl Stull Min- ney. Mr. Minney was a farmer in the Cox's Mills area, and a member of the Glenvilte Lodge I.O.O.F., West Vir- ginia Farm Bureau in Gihner County. Mr. Minney was a member of the Auburn Baptist Church. Mr. Minney is survived by his wile; Margaret Elloise Law Minney, one daughter: Roberta Manzer, Win fall, NC, two sons: Mtchcal Mmney. Alum Creek, and Jeffrey Minncy, Fairmo,n, four sisters; Annette Summers, Parkersburg, Ava Pogego and Madlyn Phillips both of Elyria, OH, Lavonnc town, three daughters and son-in- laws: Negail T. Curl and her husband Dr. Randy of Morgantown, Nicole T. Aman and her husband David W. of Camden, and Misty D. Barker and husband Robert W of Holly ~oood. MD; two grandsons, Jason Orlon "Honeybear" Curl and Jacob David "Turtle'~ Aman. Also surviving are one sister, Phyllis Judy Gay' E~,hbaugh of Weston and several nieces and nephews Mr', ,~ktnucl ~a as preceded in dcmti by one daughter, Ny [olaca I. Skln.qcl and one sister, Wihna Jean Queen. Also survi~ ing is long-time friend and ctinlpalllt)n, x,\:.ly i1 (]ult'~y, Jl t~I 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 Sutton/Flatwoods Days Inn Presents " Rick "K" and the Allnighters West Virginia's Premier Variety & Show Band Friday, August 22, 2003 9:00 p.m. till 12:00 midnight Packages: $125.00 per couple. Includes lodging, hors d'oeu~ res. entertainment & in Visions Restaurant. WV Chapter national The West Virginia March of Dimes has National March of Dimes lic ern Regional Public The awards were the just concluded Dimes Summer z()na. The West VirginiaCha ognized for effecting changes in pertaining to the welfare and infants, The 2002 SB672, which Birth Defects provides legal Robert David MillerofCanyonLake, Rush, Lockney, three brothers; Leon Clarksburg. W.Va. ing birth defects and TX; four brothers, EugeneFacemier Minney, Glenville, ThomasMinney. Mrs. Skinner was a homemaker I,l breaktastbuffet if[ fied babies and their ofGrafton, OH, Thomas Facemier of Tanner, and Daniel Minney, Shehadbeenahalrdrcs~crl~r,c~clal lndividual Tickets available for $15.00 per person, KY, Forest Facemier of Mansfield, Oassaway, and seven grandchildren, years, and was a Baptist by faith. 1(~'~ entertainment only'. (1~ I appropriate health care MO, and Charles Facemier of Hunts- In addition to his parents, he was Mrs. Skinner's body was cremated ] ~ Call 765-5055 for more information ~ I bill was based upon m~ Dimes legislation, which~ ville, AL; three sisters, Maxine Seese preceded in death by three brothers, and there will be a memorial scr~ ice . I~' Located at 1-79. Exit 67 IW . rooted in every state. ofClarksburg, Mary KnightofTampa, five half-brothers, and two half-sis- at a later date. Her remains will be .k~,,~.A,,k.A,~ikii--k~-A,,/t~,k~r-A,~,A,-A'4t~Cr~t~'A'~~~The new law requiresl and Betty Talbott of Buckhannon. ters. interred in the Friendship. Cemetery'. *QUALITY NEW USED FURNITURE ,oentcfHe lthaadHumalestablishand impleO A.lso surviving are eight grandchil- Funeral services were held on Wed. in Berlin c~mmmnit\. I.e~ is Count\. RE/%ONABLM graded statewide birth dren, lburstep-grandchitdren, sixteen Aug. 6, at the Raiguel Funeral Home ~ PRICED ;. great-grandchildren and six step- in Harrisville. Burial followed in the In lieu ot tqowers, the family re-,,, ilr 72tionSYmStem to establit great-grandchildren. . Pine Grove Cemetery, Berea, W.Va. quests that donations be made to the 'A, Good selection of new tools available - Variety of Bisque items- 'A' s y itte'e of profea Mrs. Miller was preceded in death American Cancer Society'. P.O. Box 'k Glass,dare and Dolls Lamps TVs - Knives- Coins - Jewelry 'N citizens with expertise by her husband Robert Ewing Miller,CAROLYN J. SKINNER 102454, Atlanta. GA, 30368-2454, 'Jr 'Jr Fishing Supplies -- Rods -- Reels ~ Artificial and Live Baits ~ and to report their find~ March 5, 2003, one infant brother, CarolynJ. Skinner, 54, of212 West or the chairty o/your choice. ,~ Good Selection of Hunting Supplies ~ legislature and the Go~ James, and one sister, Bernice.7th Street, Weston, died on Tues., GLADYS FAY SUTPHIN ,, w Receivingitemsonconsignmenttosell-"Bringitemsinforrnetosellforyou. ' ,~ regular basis. ] Burial services were held on Sat., July 29, 2003, in Ruby Memorial Gladys Fay Sutphin. 63 ol 'N m I ~'~ ~ ~ 1 Mon.-Fri. 9a.m.-Sp.m. ~ TheWestVirginiaM~ Aug. 2, in the Cedarville Cemetery, at HospitalofMorgantownl'ollowinga Smithville died Aug. 4, at Camden ,jr e fldde l-ride Saturdav9a.m.-3p.~ : Chapter was also reco~ Cedarville, W.Va. brief illness. She was born in Lewis Clark Memorial Hospital. ~ JU(1H kJkI.UB LIIM.9 13~4)354.7580,(2ourtStreet, Granuville 'k efforts in eftecunu cha] grade the system of sct~ Etlyson Mortuar3, Inc., assisted the County on April 23, 1949. She was a She was born on June 23, t940 m :,k~r~,,A,~ik~it~,,A,.A,~r~,,~,-A,*~,-~'~*~'A'_~r'~'~r~~ borns for illnesses or co~ family of Beatrice F. Miller with at- daughter of the late Wilbert C. Kelley Logan, W.Va. the daughter of the late must be treated to prc~ rangements, and Nellie W. (Queen) Kelley. On Ed and Bertie Gibson Bailey. d" Mama's Place ' J disablities. The chap~rt Oct. 14, 1967, she married Glen R (;lad',', had v,~wkcd i~r Rubber , , "" " EZRA MINNEY, JR. Skinner, 1, who preceded her in death Craltcrs m 5m th /lc and a mcm Office of Laboratory Ezra Minney Jr., 63, of Berea,on Nov. 9, 1990. ber of The Church of God, Cox's grading their testing eq~l W.Va.,diedMon.,Aug. 4, 2003 at his Mrs. Skinner is survived by one Mills, abling more screens to,,~ residence. He was born July 14, 1940 son, Glen R. Skinner, 1I, of Morgan- She is sur\ l~cd bx lt~ur dauehtcl~, ciently and accurately. 111[ ,, Fletcher and Lisa Sutphin, both of D2me; a m?r I l Smith,,ille, and Kimberl', McCra~, ,d born screens. -'J~g 1" , Macfarlan: one son, Richard ;:Accept,ntztheaward--~l~'~,'rr~ct;;C~a~~~1]~I;~ Davidson of Smithville; nine grand- children; five ereat-erandchildren and a special friend. Chester Bailey of how far West Virginial~hL NOT .'" Cox's Mills. protect our .newborns., Cong She was preceded m death by two ~'1 a~ ! b~!wh i@lan~ :ic ~,~nt~7~rl: husbands. Kenneth Klinc Da~idson Dewey A. Bailey and Burl D. Bailey. welt with the members festaa~ . I j w., ,:0O mI Answeree Prayer CoUisio. Center. / we ,v oo,o tune to acknowledge a job well 304-,~,,69 291 "J on Thurs., Au~, 7 at The Church of done. sources." .~.~ Sen God, Cox's ~lills with Dennett I YOUr de_ductable - | ment of Health and ~. Sl~ "e'l? .... Osborne and Rev. Harmon Osborne not required in most cases. I The March of Dime!~uu0 am vol untary heal th agen~'rAugu', ' Have t'ome:hingTo officiating Burial wilt follow in the AuburnFriendsBaptiStmay calIChUrChat TheCemete"Y'Church of Doing work for all insurance companies 1 sion is to improve the t~11~'_~. ,sgedre I Advertise In The Classifieds! God,Cox'sMillsonWed,fromd:00- I 76 Circle Drive .......... . byprcvenungbmhdef~7'~ F vnone zov 13011 , , 9:00 pro. and Thursday at the church Weston, WV 26452 : - I ofmrtalitYDimes fundsFundedprogr~in Iq]lts-'~_~i,~?r.,an( apl s ~ ~,en Arrangements by Raiguel Funeral community service,eac,,.,. advocacy to save I I,_ h ,,, Home in Harrisville [New Homes - Room Additions - Driveways -Sidewalks] launched a five-ye ~"~1 me 1- Garages - Roofs. Replacement Windows - Siding "l dress the increasin mot [Floors- Remoldeling- Aluminum Soffit (gutter systems)l birth. For more f Model WAS 2003 Ford Explorer XLT, Blue ..... $35 005 2003 Ford Explorer Limited, Silver $39 825 2003 Ford Explorer, Red, Eddie Bauer $39 290 2003 Ford Windstar, White, LX ... $28 690 2003 Ford Windstar, Red, SE ...... $33 005 2004 Ford Escape, White, XLS ... $24 530 2003 Ford Explorer, NBX, Mineral Grey $35,500 2004 Ford Escape, Red, XLT ....... $26,730 2003 Ford F150 Super Cab, XLT, Gold $32,885 NOW $29102 $33 400 $32 920 $23 459 $27 284 $22588 $29,554 $24,588 $26,885 2003 Ford F150 Super Crew XLT, White $34,020 $28,520 2003 Ford Crown Victoria 4 Dr, Blue $25,110 $20,900 2003 Ford Taurus 4 Dr, Blue ....... $21,200 $17,300 2003 Ford Focus 2x3, Yellow, 5 Spd $16,200 $12,950 2003 Ford ZX2, 2 Dr, Cpe, Green, 5 Spd $14,400 $10,700 2003 Ford ZX2, 2 Dr, Cpe, Silver, 5 Spd $15,945 $12,169 2003 Ford ZX2, 2 Dr, Cpe, Red, 5 Spd $14,755 $11,050 2003 Ford Taurus, 4 Dr, White .... $21,315 $17,400 2003 Ford Crown Victoria, 4 Dr, Green $25,160 $20,950 2003 Ford T-Bird, White, 2 Tops. $41,145 $39,145 ALL SALE PRICES INCLUDE REBATES SPECIAL PRICES VALID ONLY WHILE FACTORY REBATES APPLY J & R Builders, LLC ,he March of I John Lamb Paul Ryan Lamb[ 148 John St (?04) 269-45211 Westonr W.V. 26452 W.V.#013537_ Fax. 304-269-30841 / Courteous Service Quick Loans Buy, Sell, Trade and Lend Dollars on Jewelry, Guns, Musical Instruments, Electronics, etc. l~wated in Flatwoods Outlet Mall ~gxt to Tommy Hilfi=~er 765-3500: Watch for our weekly ad to see if you were one of the 95 lucky winners in our special Thanks a Million Giveaway. 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