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October 14, 2004

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Page lOB -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder- Thursday', Oct. 14, 2004 JOHNST)N EC UIPMEN1 Berlin Road Weston, WV WV 1-800-427-4155"304-269-5155 Contact: Craig Worl, Hard Rock Land Company P.O. Box 179 Gienville, WV 26351 304-462-5743 w w u: hardrockland, corn I t I Ruffed Grouse and Raccoon Hunting Seasons Open October 16 The hunting seasons for ruffed In addition, hard and soft mast crops especially in heavily forested areas "-~. BOBBY RAY MCHENRY grouse and raccoon will begin Oct. are more abundant statewide," said with little agriculture," said Taylor. "Bobby Ray Mcttcnry , 7t. of Glen- 16, 2004, and continue until Feb. 28, Taylor. The favorable mast condi- Raccoons will be concentrated in ville. ~eparted this lift: :it 7:12 pro., Fri- 2005, according to Curtis Taylor, tions mean that birds will be scattered stands of black cherry, as long as the day, October 8. 2004. at Stonew.all Jack- son Memorial Hospital in \Veston. WV Chief of the West Virginia Division across available habitat. Even with fruit is available. Raccoons will also following an extended illne~,r,. of Natural Resources Wildlife Re- more grouse available for harvest, be found foraging in white oak bet- BomJunc24. 1933, in RitchieCounty, sources Section. hunters may have to walk farther to toms and areas with numerous grape son of the late Rayrnond C. and Mary H. Ruffed Grouse find birds. Strip benches, clearcuts, arbors. In agricultural areas, hunters Kemper Mcttenr',, Mr. Mctlenrv was a The previous two years may have and overgrown pastures with an abun- can increase their chances fortreeing retired truok driver beendisappointingforMountainState dance of hawthorne are always good raccoons by talking to local farmers Surviving;onedaughtcr, VickySprouse grouse hunters because of low flush- places to look for grouse. The bag who have been experiencing damage of Glenville;one son, Denny McHenryof ingrates, but this year is shaping up to limitforruffedgrouseisfourperday, to theircornfields. Raleigh. NC; two grandchildren: one be much better. Poor brood produc- Raccoon Raccoon hunters are reminded that brother, Billy D. Mcttenry of Gassaway. Mr. McHcnry is ,~urvivcd by his com- tion resulting from cold, wet springs "Raccoon populations in 2004 the bag limit for any ! l-hour period panion, Mildred GreathouseofGlenville. in2002and2003meantfewerbirdsin should be similar to populations in beginning at 6 p.m. and ending at 5 Mr. McHenryv, asprecededmdeathby the bag for many hunters. 2003. Reproduction in raccoons is a.m.isfourraccoonsforeachpersonor one brother and three ~istcr> "Grouse brood reports through influencedbymastconditionsthepre- group of persons as a party. Thedaily Gra~e side scr-vice~, ~cre conducted August 2004 are up 56 percent state- vious year. Poor mast years can re- bag limit for raccoon may be pos- Oct 9. 2004. at the Horn Creek Baptist wideand65percentinthemountains, suit in below average reproduction, sessed for each day the season is open. Church Cemeter,, with the Re,.. Tony Conrad ofliciatine, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic class to be held at the Gilmer County School An EMT Basic class will be of- administrative fee. Text and work hospital care using well-defined fered, starting on the evening of books for the EMT Basic class will skills and knowledge of emergency October 21, 2004. at the Gilmer cost approximately $50. medicine. Emergency Medical County High School. In addition to these costs andTechnicians are a key component of The classes will be held on Tues- fees, the student will be responsible the Emergency Medical Services days and Thursdays eachweek from for the $20 fee for taking the Na- system of West Virginia. They pro- 6 pm to 10 pm. The EMT Basic tional Registry test at the end of the vide critical medical care to the sick course is comprised of 120 class- class. The Gilmer County Ambu-and injured in a pre-hospital setting. room hours and culminates in a writ- lance Service will reimburse any The primary responsibility of the ten test and practicalstations in Janu- student who successfully completes EMT is to provide expert medical ary 2004. the class, passes the National Regis- care to victims of an emergency and The EMT Basic class has a tuition try test, and works with the Ambu- to transport them safely to the near- of $100 for those not currently af- lance Service. est, appropriate medical facility. filiated withan Emergency Medical Registration for the EMT BasicThose students who successfully Services (EMS) agency. For those class will be held the first night of complete this course will possess students who are currently affili- classes on October 21 ,2004at6pm. the necessary knowledge and skills ated with an EMS agency, the tu- Emergency MedicalTechnicians required to provide this type of pre- ition is waived, but there is a $10 are professionals dedicated to pro- hospital medical care. X.:.:. .:.:.:.: PLEASE CAST YOUR VOTE ON NOVEMBER 2 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATF. ! Paid tot the Gihner County Democratic Executive Committee Bob Radabugh, Treasurer i:i:!:i: .:.:.:.: :.;.'.1. ,o, :.:.:.:. ,:.:.:.: ,,,,,,, ,.o,, ,,o,**. .:.:.:.: .%,, ::::::.': i:i:!$ :i:i:!:i ,.;.:.: ".:.F i!iiiii ,.,.,;, ..-.,,, :...:.:. :::::::: i:i:!:i 4ii i iiiiiii !,+ +i i:!:!:i: + :.X,:' i:i:i$ 'X.:o: " ,o iii!i!!! 1 126 Main Ave. Weston 269-1522 iii!iil Easy Credit Terms Available :{.:.i}i!i MOLLIE CATHERINE WOOD Mollie Catherine Wood, 79. of Shock died at the Charleston Area Medical Cen- ter, Memorial Division. Friday, October 8. 2004, after a short illness, She was born in Calhoun County. a daughter of the late David Henry and Nellie May Mace Shaffer. She was a housewife. She ,.,.as a member of the Albert's Chapel United Methodist Church at Sand Ridge. She ',,,'as also a Home Care Provider. She is survived b,, three sons. Darrel and Gerald both of Shock. and HarD, of Sand Ridge; a daughter, Charlotte of Sutton: one sister, Myrtle Hickman of Logan, OH; one brother, Harold Shaffer of Stumptown; five grandsons and one graddaughter; three great-grandsons, and s~x great granddaughters: and several nieces and nephev, s. She was preceded in death by her hus- band. Denver Wood, in 1978. Graveside rites were held at the Collins Community Cemetery at Stumptown. Evangelist Vernon Kerns officiated. PETER J. RIPPE Peter J. Rippe. 87. of 19 l 12 Westmoreland Dr.. Oak Hill went to be with the Lord on Sept. 25, 20(M, at hi~ home. He was born July 18. 1917, in Elkhorn. | ~.l I and was the son ofI ...... :] I the late John and I ..... ii~(I Sophia Rippe. I ... ~{ I Mr. Rippe servedI I in the Navy from I~~iil 1942-1946. " I~g!~l In 1949, he~radu- atcd from Glenville State College. During his years at Glen- ville State College, he was on the golf team: his senior year he enjoyed being the "Pioneer." Peter Rippe and Susan V. Bush were united in marriage at her home place on Sinking Creek. Nov. 24. 1949 After 35 years of service, he retired from American Cyanamid Company. Mr~ Rippe was a tong time member of the Oak Hill Baptist Church. Mr. Rippe was preceded in death by four brothers, Michael "Cac" George. John and Andrew; two sisters. Mary Zeb and Annie Sizemore; and one son-in-law, Charles N. Stafford. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Susan Bush Rippe; a son and daughter-in- law, John and Pamma Rippe of Abingdon, VA. and their children. Katherine Scott and Brian Ripper a daughter, Claudia Stafford of Fort Myers, FL. and her chil- dren, Shanon, Seam Shelley and Stephen Stafford: a son and daughter-in-ta~v. Michael and Jacqueling Rippe of Fort Myers, FL: one brother, Paul "Bobby" Rippe of Parkersburg: five sisters. Julia Haluski of Columbus. GA; Sophia Tipton of Dearborn Heights, M l; Emma Rusin Of Binghampton, NY; Helen Nan-on of Ports- mouth, VA: Pearl Anderson of Lachine, MI: and many nieces and nephews. Services were held Sept. 29, 2004 at Blue Ridge Funeral Home in Beckley, with Minister James P Hale officiating. Burial followed in Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, family members re- quested that donations be made to the American Heart Assc., PO Box 182039 Dept. 013, Columbus, OH 43218-2039. Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 "+ + Select Granite Quality W0 anship++ Also Offering i orfiputer'Design Rt. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 II 555C Ford Backhoe. 4WD ......... r'17,500 76~0 Ford, 85 HP, 4w~ ~'14,500 New Forle Se!f-L.~ad ,~g Ba~e Wra,oper wBaie Hugger Pkg Dea .......... ~11,900 1999 Transerafi 48 Drop Deck; Tra~;e~ s11,500 3~I0 Ford. 2WO 45 HP .......... s8,900 580 Case Backhoe. 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