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I'agc 10 -- The Glenvilic Democrat RICHARD "DICK" COTTRELL Richard Dick Cottrell, 66, of Arnoldsburg, pased away August 4, 2009, following a tractor accident. He was born in Pennsylvania, and was a son of the late Elmer (Bucky) and Beulah King Cottrell. Surviving are his wife of 23 year, Antinette (Toni) Cottrell, one son, Rick Cottrell of Rosedale, three daughters, Tina, Cindy, and Melissa Cottrell of Ravenna, OH. Two step- daughters, Betty and Marci Hall, two step-sons, Bob and Mike Hall of OH. A sister, Carol Jones of Arnoldsburg, two brothers, Dean Cottrell of Garretsville, OH and Grant Cottrell of Mentor, OH. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Barbara and Sharon, one brother George. Funeral services were held at the Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg, on Friday, August 7, 2009, with Rev. Rick Matheney officiating. Interment followed in the King Cemetery at Nicut. DOROTHY MARIE PRIGEL JAMISON Dorothy Marie Prigel Jamison. 85, of Glenville. died Friday, July 31. She was born June 14, 1924 on Belle Vale Farm near Baltimore, MD, daughter of Sylvester James and Edith Murray Prigel. Dorothy was a high school math- ematics teacher and a teacher's aide in Ms. Jones' second grade class. She was an avid internet reader of news and political columns and blogs. She was active in the First Baptist Church of Glenville, supported her husband Clark (deceased) in his interest in sheep. Dorothy cherished her decades- long friends, Jo and Rolland Cobberly, also of Glenville. Dorothy is survived by daughter Janet Jamison Glocker (David), grand- son Roan Jamison Glocker. MD and his wife Miranda Harris-Glocker, MD; her son Christopher Prigel Jamison (Elvira), four grandchildren, Chris- tina Robin Jamison. BS-RN. Christo- pher Ricci Jamison, Terri Lomelino (Gary) and Lori Lontos" and son Clark B. Jamison, Jr. She is survived by brothers, James Murray Prigel (Mar- garet) and Robert Earl Prigel (Carol). Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband of 46 years, Clark B. Jamison and her sister. Thelma Prigel Connell. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, September 27. 2009 at the First Baptist Church of Glenville at 2 pm. All are welcome to attend the service to celebrate her life. particu- larly her former students. In lieu of flowers, please consider a gift to the First Baptist Church Schol- arship Fund in her memory. TYLER MICHAEL MAXWELL Tyler Michael Maxwell, age 8, of Glenville (Letter Gap Community), departed this life Tuesday morning, Au- gust 4. 2009 at the Women's and Children's Hospital. Charleston, following an unexpected collapse dur- ing Little Pio- neer football practice Monday evening. He was born October 19, 2000 at Hilton Head. SC. He was the son of Jeffrey and Shawna Pierce Maxwell, of Glenville. Tyler was going to be a third grader at Normantown Elementary School. He loved and excelled at all sports, spending time riding ranger 4- wheeler, and working in the garden with his great-grandfather and driv- ing the lawn mower. He attended the First Baptist Church of Glenville. He is survived by a sister, Alexis gauren Maxwell at home; maternal grandparents, Jim and Carolyn Williamson Pierce, of Glenville; patental grandparents, Danny F. and Teresa Woodlord Maxwell. of Glen- ville; paternal great-grandparents, Albert and Betty Duelley Maxwell, of Glenville: maternal great-grandpar- ents. Dave and Claudette Crawford Pierce, of Gtenville: parental great- grandfather. Robert Woodford, of Boaz. and the late Lorena Clark Woodford: two uncles survive: Erik R. Maxwell. of Glenville. and Brian K. Pierce. of VA: great uncle and aunt Dave and Jeannie Pierce, of Buckhannon. and numerous cousins. Funeral services were conducted Friday, August 7. 2009 at the First Baptist Church. Main St., Glenville" with Rev. Kenny Fisher and Rev. Phil Shields officiating. Burial followed m the Job's Temple Cemetery, Rt. 5 West, Glenville. Ellyson Mortuary, Inc. assistedthe family of TylcrMaxwell with arrange- ments. Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers 'nside and outside display,, Grantsville 354-6162 Thursday, August 13, 2009 O " RUBY "GLADYS" MILLER DENNIS BROOKS WASS MCCUMBERS Ruby Gladys McCumbers, 81, Of Rosedale, died August 4, 2009, at her home, after a long illness. Gladys was born at Mill Fork, Braxtoh County, March 9, 1928 the youngest daughter of William Benson and Myrtle Young Miller. She worked at Kellwood Company in Spencer, and retired from Calhopun General Hospital Cafteria as a cook. She loved to make quilts. She always had one in her head, one in her hands, and one in the quilting frame. She is survived by her husband, of 62 years, Jerry. Clyde McCumbers, and five children, Kathleen McCumbers'of Rosedale, Charlene (Charles) Stewart of Spencer, David Gregory (Annabel) McCumbers of Glenville. Teresa McCumbers of Elizabeth. Debra Lynn McCumbers of Spencer. One sister, Molly Costlow of Clarksburg. She is also survived by eight grand- children, Jennifer (Mark) Bottomfield, of Spencer. Jaime McCumbers of Shock, Justin McCumbers of Gassaway, Randy Volek of Glenville. Tracy (Shannon) Nelson, of Eliza- beth, Matthew (Angle) Stewart of Cairo, Brenda Lacy of Birch River, and Billy (Angie) Lacy of Nebo. Eight great-grandchildren, Gregory and Nikki Bottenfield of Spencer, Malachi McCumbers of Shock, Colton and Olivia Stewart of Cairo; Timmy, Tisha and Toby Maze of Birch River. In addition to her parnets, she was preceded in death by brothers, George, Dewey, Cecil, Edward, Lewis, and Harold and sisters Halley Brady and Esta Chenoweth. Funeral servmes were held Thurs- day, August 6, 2009, at the Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg. Jimmy Buchanan officiated. Interment fol- lowed in the Mill Fork Cemetery at Rosedale: CHARLES LEE "CHINK" ROBERTS Charles Lee "Chink" Roberts, 80, of Nobe, went to be with his Lord and Jesus Christ our Savior after a long battle with cancer, surrounded by his family on Friday, August 7, 2009. He was born October 13, 1928 to Jesse and Violet Grimm Roberts. He had been a life-long member of the Chapel Baptist Church, where he was a Deacon, Superintendent, and Sun- day School teach for many years. He ~loved tt~.ot8 church-and: si~gm g his praises tQ.th Lord, also being with people and ~;eni~{ ~enter. He was an avid hunter and fisherman, served in the Korean War, and worked his life in the oil and gas business, retiring from the Hope Gas Company in 1991. He is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Barbara Grey Whipkey Roberts; three sons, Kenneth Lee (Karen) Roberts, Tommy Joe (Donna) and Samuel Euegene Roberts, all of Nobe. Four brothers, Lorus (Elah) Roberts, of Pleasant Hill, Glen (Ireta Roberts, and Eursel Roberts, all of Nobe, and John (Roberta) Roberts, of Ravenna, OH also survive. Three sis- ters. Margie (Leonard) Bunner, of Washington. Theda (Gerald) Duelley, of Belpre, OH. and Nancy (Robert) Yoak, of Nobe survive. Nine grand- children, Jesse, Jill, Ryan, Thomas, Joe, Hunter. Mercy, Rachel, Chris, and Amanda. Two great grandchil- dren, Mason, Kyle, and Kadence Marie. Many nieces and nephews sur- vive. He was preceded in death by his mother and father and one brother. Loren (Betty) Roberts, of Ravenna, OH. Funeral services were held Tues- day, August I 1. at the Chapel Baptist Church at Nobe. Rev. Harry Drake and Rev. Carroll McCauley offici- ated. Burial. was in the Nobe Cem- etery with military graveside rites. By his request, in lieu of flowers. donations may be made to the Salva- tion Army. The family wishes to say thank you to Dr. Nik Shah and the House Calls Hospice team for all they have done to help us. We couldn't have done it without you7 Auditions for the Historic Fayette Theatre are Aug. 13-14 Auditions for the Historic Fayette theatre's fall production of "Arsenic and Old Lace" have been changed to .Aug. 13 and 14, from 6-8 p.m. Thins classic farce of eccentricity and ingenuity ig about, a theatre-hat- ing drama critic and his spinster aun ts who have a nasty little secret. Humor- ous complications include a Teddy Roosevelt impersonator, a mobster on the run and befuddled police. Numerous roles are available for men and women. For more information about this or any productions at the theatre, give us a call at 574-4655 or visit our website, www.historicfayettetheatre @ holn~ail.c~nn. Also, you can find us on Facebook. Dennis Brooks Wass, 80, of Harrisville, departed this l i fc on Tues- day, August 4, 2009 at Parkersburg. Brooks was bron September 23, 1928, in Washburn Community, near Harrisville, a son to the late Hosea H. and Gladys Willa Bush Wass.. He worked for 37 1/2 years for Hope Natural Gas as a welltender. Brooks was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serv- ing in the Korean Conflict from 1951 - 1952. He served at Private First Class in the 40th Infantry Division of the California National Guard Sunburst Division of the 2nd Army and was awarded the Purple Heart and Bronze Star for valor. He was a member of the Harris- Ritchie VFW Post #3554, Harrisville, and was a member of the Auburn United Methodist Church, where he served as Sunday School Superintendent Brooks loved the outdoors, was a bird enthusiast (espe- cially his hummingbirds), enjoyed hunting and fishing, gardening, and golfing with his buddies every Tues- day. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Lucy Hatfield Wass; son. Rob- ert Wass, Princess Anne, MD; daugh- ter, Kathy Turner, of Glenville; broth- ers, Herman (Mary) Wass, of Harrisville. Wayne (Pat) Wass. Wash- mgton, PA: granddaughters, Kristm (Curtis) Garretson, Brook Turner. Megan Wass, and one great-grand- son, Turner Garretson. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by sisters, Coralie and husband, Harrel, and an infant sister, Hilda Lorraine. Funeral services were Sunday, Au- gust 9, 2009, at the Raiguel Funeral Home, Harrisville, with Pastor Ed Balls and Rev. Steve Smith officiat- ing. Internment followed in the Harrisville IOOF Cemetery, where military honors were conducted by Harris-Ritchie VFW Post #3554. Online condolences may be ex- pressed to the Wass family at www. mcculloughrogersfuneralhome.com Stonewall Jackson Jubilee.is Sept. 4 7 The Stonewall Jackson Heritage Arts and Crafts Jubilee, the largest juried arts and crafts show in the state, will be held on the grounds of WVU Jackson's Mill from September 4-7. Hours vary from day to day, and daily admission and seasonal passes are available. Step back in time and experience some of the marvelous heritage crafters demons trau ng thei," work and showing their wares. Listen to the sweet sounds of live heritage music performances, sip on an ice-cold Sarsaparilla. watch the hand-blown glass demonstrations, and witness what life was like in the ear- lier years. Stroll through Thomas "Stonewall Jackson's childhood home, tour the original grist mill, and learn about the history of our country through the eyes of living history re-enactors. For more intbrmation, contact the Jubilee Office at 269-1863 or 800- 296-1863, or wsit the wcbsitc. www.jubileewv, com. Gilmer Goings On ilmer Goings BEGINNER CLOGGING/ FLATFOOTINGAND SQUARE DANCING There will be beginner clogging/ flatfooting and square dancing les- sons on Sundays from 2:30-3:00 p.m. at the Rec. Center Barn for ages 10 and under and 3:00-4:00 for ages over 10. 462-7656 for more informa- tion. Private lessons also available. YOUTH COUNCIL MEETING The Region Vl Workfome Investment Board Youth Council will meet Wednesday, August 19, 2009 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Re- gion VI Workforce Investment Board offices located in the Rose Plaza in White Hall. For more information about the meeting, contact Barbara J. DeMary at 304-366-9530. TOPS MEETING TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly, meets every Tuesday at the Gilmer Public Library. Weigh-ir~ s from 5:15 to 6:00 p.m. and the mebting is from 6:00-7:00 p.m. For more information about TOPS, please call Loretta Pugh at 304-462-7777 or Linda Peggs at 304-462-5017. FARM BUREAU WOMEN MEET- ING The Farm Bureau Women will meet Aug. 13 at 5:30 p.m. at the Historical Society Building. For more :informa- tion, contact Linda Bailey at 304-462- 7715. NOTICE First District Congressman Alan B. Mollohan's Area Representative, Jan Merandi, will be available to visit resi- dents of Gilmer County to discuss with constituents any problems con- cerning a federal agency or q.ues- tions or comments regarding le{~sla- tive concerns. She will be at the Gilmer County Senior Citizens Cen- ter from 10:30 a.m until 12:00 p.m. on Friday, August 28, 2009. Resi- dents are encouraged to visit the Congressman's aide during this time at the same location the fourth Friday of each month. Her telephone num- ber in Clarksburg is 304-623-4422. CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE Continuing Education Course for CPAs and Attorneys. "Fundamentals of Financial Calculations." Friday, August 28, 2009. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Available as a live webinar; 8 Live, Group Study CPE credits for CPAs; 7 Live, Group Study CLE cred- its for attorneys. There.is. a registra- tion fee. E-mail Thomas A. McDevitl, CFA, CFP at thomas.mcdevitt@ce workshops.com to obtain additional information or to register. BENEFIT SPAGHETTI DINNER There will be a spaghetti benefit din- ner for Frederick "Skip" Albanese on Aug. 15 2009 from 3-7 at the Sand Fork Baptist Church. Husband of Judith Albanese "Persinger," Father of Angela Albanese, Brother-in-law of Scotty Riffle, Cora Wiggins, Jack, Jim, Gene Persinger and Linda Ice. To make donations please call 304- 462-8448 or 304-462-4693. TANNER BOARD MEETING The Tanner board meeting will be on Monday, August 17 at 7:00 p.m. at the old Tanner School lunch room. People forget how fast you did a job--but they remember how well you did it. --Howard W. Newton th " "~) Truor Traditwn . ] "Why do Matthew 15:3 | ye also transgress the commandment of God by your tradition? '] The Kingdom Of Christ Is Future ..... I It'lhl Truth Or Tradition? #3 -,'l One of the most popular teachings in the religious world today is that Christ is coming back to earth to establish His Kingdom. and will reign for a thousand years here on earth, from Jerusalem. Is that Truth or Tradition? The View. The Church was not in God's original plan, but wa~, established temporarily, instead of the Kingdom, to last until Christ comes again to set up His Kingdom. Truth or Tradition? Was The Church "Plan B"? "According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love." (Ephesians 1:4). Isn't Paul saying here that he and the church in Ephesus had been chosen in Christ before the foundation of the world'? Is the church, then, not a part of God's etet'nal plan? Was The Church A Stop-Gap Measure? "To the intent that now un to the princtpalities and powers m heavenly places might be known by the church the manifold wisdom of God, According to the eternal purpose which he purposed in Christ Jesus our Lord." (Ephcsians 3:10-11). Isn't Paul saying that the church is part of God's eternal purpose? Was The Church A Part Of His Eternal Plan? In his farewell to the eldersofEphesus, Paulwrote: "Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and to all the flock, over the which the Holy Ghost hath made you overseers, to feed the church of God, which he hath purchased with his own blood." (Acts 20:28). In explaining his vision of the beast of the sea, John writes: "And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of the l i fe of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world." (Revelation 13:8). Since the Church was purchased with the blood of Christ, and the shedding of His blood was planned from the foundation of the world, wouldn't that make the Church a part of God's eternal purpose? What do you think? The Church was a temporary fix, and the Kingdom is still in the future ..... Truth Or Tradition? Steer Creek Church of Chrkst. 3466 Rosedale Road. Stumptown, WV 25267. Minister: Gene H. Miller, 3281 Rosedale Road, Shock, WV 26638. Phone: 462-0384. E-mail: [~hmiller@rtoLnet. Web Links: hurherald, comt sanet.com Church DEKALB DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The 70th annual DeKalb District Sun- day School Convention will be held on Sunday, AUgust 23, 2009 at Chest- nut Grove Baptist Church. A covered dish dinner begins at 5:00 p.m. and services will convene at 6:00 p.m. This year's theme is "70 Years Of Learning" with guest speaker Elder Darrill Hashman. Come enjoy a great evening of Christian fellowship. AGLOW MEETING The monthly meeting Of Weston AGLOW Lighthouse will be held on August 18, at 7 p.m., at the Holiday Inn Express. Our speaker will be Ann DeBolt. The topic will be "When Life Begins to Unravel." Ann currently pas- tors Praise Center Church, Morgantown, where she has minis- Reunions g ORLANDO REUNION The 3rd Annual Orlando Reunion will be held Saturday, September 5, 2009 starting at 10:00 a.m., with a lunch at 12 noon, at the field located past the Orlando Post Office on your left. Please bring a covered dish and your lawn chair and enjoy the day. Please bring old photos or new clipping that you would like to share with every- one. The Buckhannon Mountain Blue- grass band will provide the entertain- ment. KUHL REUNION TO BE AUG. 16 The 67th Kuhl reunion will be held Sunday, August 16, 2009 at the Gilmer County Recreation Center, main building. Registration will begin at 11:00 a.m. with a covered dish dinner at 12:30 p.m. Coffee and din- nerware will be furnished. All descen- dents of Henry Kuhl are invited. Come tered for the past 23 years and re- loin us for an afternoon of visiting sides inShinnston. Come andfellow- " with relatives and friends. Bring a ship with us. For more information, friend and your favorite dish. Any pic- call 304-269-6595. BLACKBURN HOMECOMING The Blackburn Homecoming will be August 16. Sunday school starts at 10:00 amd gospel sing at 11:00. Stalnaker Family will be singing. xOur Neighbors FUNDRAISER There will be Bingo at the Big Otter Fire Department on Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. MOUNTAIN LAKES FESTIVAL IN BURNSVILLE LOOKING FOR VENDORS AND CRAFTERS The Town of Burnsville is looking for vendors and crafters to set up for the Mountain Lakes Festival in Burnsville on September 11, 2009 from 5:00 p.m.- 11:00 p.m. There will be no fee to set up. If interested, please call Pan at the Mayor's Office at 304-853- 2605. BIKERS FOR BABIES Come out and ride for the babies! The Braxton County Convention and Visitor's Bureau presents "North Meets South" Destination- Flatwoods on August 21-23. Live music from South of the River, White Trash He- roes, Audio Outlaws, Exposure, McGraw, and more. The famous Road Hazards Stunt team and a scenic ride to benefit March of Dimes. Register today~ at. wwv~.gnarchofdime .corn/ 304-720-BABY or 1-800-313-2911. EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING The Region VI Workforce Investment "Executive" Board will meet Thurs- day, August 13, 2009 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:.80 a.m. at the Fairmont WorkF0rce West Virginia Center, at Veteran's Square, 320 Adams Street, Suite t07, Fiarmont. For more infor- mation about the meeting, contact Barbara J. DeM an/at (304) 368-9530. tures and Kuhl family history will be welcome. No alcoholic oeverages are permitted. For more info., contact Bob Kuhl- Pres. at 419-289-2667. GREGORY- MARKS REUNION The Gregory Marks reunion will be August 15 at Cedar Creek State Park starting at 11:00. Bring picnic lunch. Everyone is welcome to come. SLAUGHTER-KEITH REUNION The annual Slaughter-Keith Reunion will be held Saturday, Aug. 22, in the backyard of the I~ome of Carl & Maxine Slaughter, 1253 12th St., Weston, starting at 11 a.m. for the descendants, relatives, and friends of the late Homer & Anna Slaughter, and Floyd Everett & Victoria Chris- tina Keith. There will be a covered dish meal, and table service will be provided. Bring a lawn chair. For further information call 304-269-4402. GREENLIEF REUNION The Greenlief Reunion will be held Sunday, August 16 at the Sutton Dam. Lunch will be at noon. Bring a cov- ered dish. COPEN SCHOOL REUNION SET The annual Copen School reunion is set for Sept. 5, 2009. We had a won- derful time last year and will use the same format this year. Bring a cov- ered dish and a lawn chair. Please don't put off coming as we are aware that several students and two teach- ers have passed away since our first reunion. Hope to see you soon. Any queslio~s, Call 304-853-2396. VA 52ND CATHER REUNION The VA 52nd Cather Reunion will be held August 16, 2009 at the Round Hill Fire Hall in Winchester, VA. There will be a covered dish dinner at 12:30 p.m. Each family please bring a meat, vegetable, dessert, and drink. Please bring your family, recipes, pictures, a gift, and your friends. For more infor- mation, call President Linda K. Cather at 540-539-3307 or e-mail at /cather@gmail.com or Vice- President Tyree R. Cather at 540-858-2855 Or e-mail at tyandjaaska @ msn. com. TENT REVIVAL August 19th-23rd. Every night at 7:00pro with Dr. John Polis. Beside Food Lion parking lot in Glenville. Come expecting a miracle!! KIDDY MONUMENT CO PrOud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 ii ................. QualityWorkmanship Custom Etching Select Granite 765 US-Hwy 33 East of Weston 304-269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 I HAPPY 88th BIRTHDAY, BARBARA REED Wife of Coach Beecher Reed Coach of Tanner High School, 1948-56 To a very special Mom Who was always near. She was very precious And so very dear. We always had a place to Before that ball game. Then she'd take us to that And bring us home again. be game She and Coach Beecher Kept us so well fed. We were fed after every away game, No matter who led. We have many precious memories ~LOf this special Mom. ecause great love for children Was their special charm. ~~ ' Thank you -