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Page6B- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder - Thursday, Nov. 18, 2004 HELEN L. WILSON CHISLER GERALDINE HALLIE MORRIS SHAFFER GILMER GOINGS GilmerGoings0n 0urNeighbors Helen L. Wilson Chisler, 96, of Geraldine Hallie Morris Shaffer, Manassas, VA, formerly of 77, ofStumptown, died Sat., Nov. 13, Clarksburg, died Sun., Nov. 7, 2004 2004 at 4:00 am, at her home, after a inAnnaburgManor in Manassas, VA. short illness. Mrs.Chislerwasformerlyaschool- Mrs Shaffer was born at Servia, teacher in Monongalia County. She Braxton County, a daughter of the was born in Monongalia County on late Moses and Bessie Jarvis Morris. June 24, 1908 a daughter of the late She is survived by her husband, Adam W. and Guilla Mason Wilson. Harold Shaffer of Stumptown; one She was married to Harold K. son, Bernard Ice Morris and wife, Chisler on May 10, 1930, who pre- Kathy; step-sons, Melvin Harold ceded her in death on May 11, 1995. Shaffer and William Henry Shaffer; Surviving are three daughters, step-daughter, Thelma Colleen Patricia Sue Ellis and her husband, Shaffer; two grandchildren, Michelle Fred, of Clarksburg; Mary Jo Jones Renee Motto and Douglas James and her husband, Orton, of Spencer Morris both of Stumptown; several Ann Brady and her husband John, of step-grandchildren, nieces and neph- Manassas, VA;one daughter-in-law, ews; one brother, Paul Morris of Ruth Chisler, of Glenville; eight Fayetteville; one half-sister, Louise grandchildren; 14greatgrandchildren; Holcomb of OH. one great great grandchild; one She was a member of Mt. Pisgah brother, Fay Wilson, of Pt. Pleasant. Baptist Church of Stumptown. She She was also preceded in death by willbesadlymissedbyfamily, friends, one son, Dr. John Adam Chisler; one neighbors and the members of her grandson, Will Brady; and two broth- church. She lived her life always lov- ers, Fred Wilson and Gerald Wilson. ing others. Mrs. Chisler was a member of the Funeral services were held at Mt. Church of Christ in Clarksburg. Pisgah Baptist Church, Stumptown, Funeral services were held on Nov. on Nov. 16. Interment followed in 13, at the Davis Funeral Home, with Collins Community Ceme.tery, the Reverend Perry Henegar officiat- Stumptown. ing. Interment was in the Daybrook Cemetery, Monongalia County. Con- DAKODA LEE WEESE dolences may be extended to the fam- ily at Dakoda Lee "Koda" Weese, 4, of Orefield, passed away Nov. 6, 2004 CLAUDE C. GIVEN in Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township. Claude Cromwell Given, 93, ofHe was born on Sept. 11, 2000 in Shock, died on Thur., Nov. 11, after a Weston. He was the son of Roger Lee sudden illness. Weese Jr. and Michelle K. (Alfred) Mr. Given was born in Holcomb, Weese. the son of the late Richard H. and Surviving are his parents; one Maude Reip Given, of Frametown. brother, Kaleb Allen Weese; mater- Heis preceded in death by his wife nal grandparents, Roger A. and of 42 years, Helen Elekes Given, they Deborah A. Egolf of Allentown, PA; married April 4, 1942. They had no and Stephen C. and Connie Alfred of children. Also, he is preceded in death Alum Bridge; maternal great-grand- by one brother, Joe Given, and one parent, "Great-Nana" Reita M. sister, Pauline Given. Bartholomew of Allentown, PA; pa- Claude was a WWII veteran, re- ternalgrandparents, RogerLeeWeese ceived three bronze stars for service Sr. and Evelyn J. Weese of Glenville; over seas, was wounded in Oct. 1944 paternal great-grandmothers, Virgie and honorably discharged Dec. 1945. Mac Johnson and Cloris Metz, both He served his country for 14 years, "A of Barberton, OH; Aunts, Aunt Missy Silent Hero." After the army, he Alfred and Uncle "Truck Man" Danny worked as a machinist/engineer for of Barberton, OH; Aunt Mel-Mel and GeneralElectric, in NY, and retired to Uncle Larry of Weston, Aunt Loft of West Virginia. Barberton, OH, Aunt Kathy and Uncle Mr. Given's final resting place will RandyofGermansville;AuntieAbby be by his wife at Woodlawn Cem- and Uncle Joe ofSchnecksville; great etery, Sandy Creek, NY. aunt, Stacie Kershner of Warner Rob- ' ins, GA, and many other aunts and Listening, not imitation, mayuncles' ;cousins, CaylaBrookee, Ham- l~tl~neerc~formoffla~ry, burger, Jor-Jor and Tayar; second --Dr. Joyce Brothers cousins, Kayla and Nathan. Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offering Computer Design RL 33 West of Weston 269-SS73 or 1-SU-269-5S73 3 Miles East of Glenville on Route 33 462-8494 Come out Saturday, Nov. 20, to eat and dance to the music of (also known as Rock Hound) 9:00 pm - 1:00 am I I I OPEN 6 A.M. * Free Ice with case beverage purchases * Free coffee with fill-up * Come on in, fill up your thermos bottle with coffee- $1.00 We know that sometimes you're in a hurry SOME HAPPY CANCER SOCIETY COOKS IN ACTION Oct. 26th Luncheon was a Success The annual Gilmer County Cancer Society Salad Luncheon was held in the social room of the Trinity United Methodist Church on Oct. 26th Each of yoe helped make this luncheon a rewarding experience. We, the unit members, say "thank you" to Mc Donalds, the Common Place Restau- rant, Pizza Hut, Foodland, and U-Pak for food donations, the editor of the county newspaper for publicity, the persons that solicited salads, men who set up and took down tables and chairs, those making the homemade turkey and ham salad for sandwiches, the individuals who created and donated 160 tasty salads, persons delivering salads to the luncheon, volunteers working in the kitchen and dining area, those ordering carry-outs and those making the deliveries, ticke, sellers, friends donating money, and those who came and ate. You have helped save lives, red,uce incidence and impacted quality of life for can- cer victims. The American Cancer Society is a service organization whose primary goals are: (1) to serve the physical and emotional needs of those individuals who have been cancer diagnosed; (2) to provide educational information for the diagnosis, treatment and pre- HIGHWAY AUTHORITY WEST FORK CONSERVATION The next scheduled meeting for the The West Fork Conservation District Blue & Gray Intermodal Highway Au- Board of Supervisors monthly meet- thority will be on Monday, December ing for December will be held Tues., 6, 2004 at 6 p.m. in the Roane County Dec. 7, at the USDA Service Center Courthouse. Please use the double in Mt. Clare, beginning at 9:30 am. doors at the back of the Courthouse Contact Dinah Hannah, Executive and proceed to the second floor, the Assistant at 627-2160. conference room is located to the right. Again, it is important that you attend ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW these meetings and I look forward to seeing you all there. The 21" Annual Arts and Crafts Show at the Nicholas County High School, COUNTRY STORE AND MUSEUM Summersville, will be held on Fri., Dec The Country Store and Museum is 3, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm and Sat., Dec. 4, now closed for the winter ...... but that10:00 am - 3:00 pm. 100 Booths, door doesn't mean all the volunteers are prizes hourly, and on Sat. at 2:00 pm, in hibernation. The planning and the drawing for the Grand Prize of $100! the work goes on! Proceeds from this event go to N.C.H.S. physical education and health depart- ment. COMMUNITY RESOURCES Community Resources will NOT be giving out commodities the month of November. AL-A-NON MEETING Church Activities The AL-A-NON meetings at the pub- POTLUCK THANKSGIVING lic library on Thur., Nov. 11 and 25 DINNER are canceled. The Nov. 18 meeting will still take place at 5:00 pm, for A Potluck Thanksgiving Dinner will family and friends, that have been be held at St. Marks Episcopaldaer, affected by alcoholism. Call Linda C., Church, 607 W. Main St., Glenville, at 462-7494 or Julia E., at 462-4842. Sun., Nov. 21, at noon. The Meat will be provided. If you have any ques- DEER HUNTERS DINNER tJons, please call, 462-8468. vention of cancer; and (3) to provide Mon., Nov. 22, 4:30 - 8:00, at the research funds for the treatment and Baldwin Community Building. Menu: cure of cancer. In order to finance BeansdCornbread or Soup (Veg. or Pastor Randy Wilson of Glenville these goals, the American Cancer Chili) and sandwiches, homemade Community Church, located on Wal- Society relies solely on the generosity desserts, and drink for minimal price, nut St., would like to welcome every of individuals and businesses and on To-Go dinners are available. Sport- one outtothe Fellowship of Churches money derived from fund-raising sored by the Baldwin Merry Makers on Fri., Nov 19 at 7:00 pm. projects, one of which is the annual 4-H Club. Gilmer County Salad Luncheon. ~ r,,h,,1 The generosity of Gilmer Courtty ~: .... " : people cannot be overemphasized-- , : .... ..... what a great place to live, work, and volunteer! Thanks to all of you! Gil. ~ Co. Chapter American Cancer Soci- O ety. Troy Honor Roll Connie Cole principal of Troy El- ementary, is proud to announce the first nine weeks honor roll: Fourth Grade: Larisa Gordon, Sa- rah Chapman, Jessica Jones, Courtney Emerson, Michael Puffenbarger, Jus- tin Hulse, Amanda Jenkins, Lee Helmick. Fifth Grade: Hannah Simmons, Thomas Snyder, Kayla Huffman, Oliva Somerville. Sixth Grade: Hollie Gragg, Cam Kinder, Dustin Lowther. Kelsey Parker, Isaac Ratliff, Tyler Cunningham, Pam Loudin, Lindsey Smarr, Taylor Somerville, Michael Jolliff, Amber Richards. Agency extends deadline for environmental excellence Environmental Excellence workshops are set to begin in January at the DOHtobid Department of Environmental Protection's new consolidated headquarters in pavement marking Kanawha City. The workshops will teach organizations how to implement either a Green Contracts fora new Putnam County maintenance facility, a Doddridge Globe 21 system, which sustains the travel and tourism industry, or an ISO County bridge replacement and pave_ 14001 environmental management system These systems are formal sets or' voluntary procedures that defindhowan organization will manage its potential' ment markings in five Division of Highways districts have been advised impacts on the natural world, the health and welfare of its communities, their workers, and citizens, for upcoming DOH bid openings, The workshop series is free for organizations that want to improve their Governor Bob Wise announced re- environmental performance and save money. In its second year, this series will cently. allow participants to learn about pollution prevention, regulatory compliance, continual improvement, and strategies for greening their business practices. Greg Adolfson, a certified ISO 14001 EMS Lead Auditor and certified GG21 Assessor, will instruct this workshop series. Guest speakers may include outside professionals, DEP employees, and representatives of organi- zations who have successfully participated in our previous workshop All organizations, regardless of size, are encouraged to participate. Be, cause of the agency's relocation, the application deadline has been ' extended through November. Download an application from oi or call 800-654-5227 to request one. All applications should be submitted on or before Tues., Nov. 30. For more information, please contact Greg Adolfson at 304-926-3647 or e- mail him at The facility would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to the Little Kanawha Long Beards for their generous donation. They donated 10 turkey breasts for the residents' Thanksgiving dinner here at the fa- cility. Thank you for helping make Mr. Walt Donaldson, we thank you for donating candy and apples for the residents. People like you truly make a difference in their life. when you fill up. So for your convenience, this day so special. we've installed new pumps that let you pay just by swiping your credit card. Of course, Mark your calendars for Decem- you can always come inside for a cup of [ ber 9~" at 5:30 pm. We will have a coffee, a snack, or just to say "hello." represeritative from the WV We hke st ylng m t0uch wlthour neighbors ....... i J Alzheimer's Association here to dis_ cuss Alzheimer's disease, and an- I1~ ! ~~ "~" . swer your questions you may have. Glenville Ci I~ 462-7820 GasOline - On/Off Road Diesel - Beer. Wine. Hot Dogs. Snacks Normantown 5 grade came over Hours: Mon..Sat. 6 a.m.. 11 p.m. to visit with each resident last week. Sunda' 8 a.m. 11 Thank you for coming and making the neat crafts We welcome you back anytime, i FELLOWSHIP OF CHURCHES RED CROSS BLOODMOBILE -- Ann Leady (seated), of Aubum, rests in the canteen of the Wesley-Arbuckle Center on Wed., Nov. 10 after donating a pint of blood to the American Red Cross. Her donation comes at a holiday period when blood supplies run short and its demand is great. She explains, "rye been giving blood, off-and-on, all of my life, because irs something I can share with others to help them survive." Helping out at this recent Red Cross Bloodmobile were from left to right (standing): Sister Pat Weidman, Kay Moore, Helen James and Vonda Kuhl. Thirty-fou pints of blood were donated that day --- a number somewhat below the Red Cross'.s goal. Contact Kay Moore, the local Red Cross Bloodmobile manager, at Gtenville's City Hall for more information about donating, Contracts for November 16 bid- ding include replacement of the Sherwood Concrete Girder Bridge carrying Doddridge County 15 over Buckeye Creek west of County 15/8. Additional contracts to be bid De- cember 14 will provide striping on various routes throughout the coun- ties of the following districts: No. 1,2,3,gand 10, not No. 8 in which Gilmer is located. Dr. stfall's-'~ ~- office will be closed and staff will be on vacation Mon., Nov. 22- Fri., Nov. 29 The office will re-open on Monday, Nov. 29 at 9:00 am Thank you ! / CARL E. NICHOLS, M.D. 20-22 East Main Street Glenville, WV Phone 462-8612 FALL HOURS AUGUST THROUGH DECEMBER OPEN BY APPOINTMEN Monday 2 pm - 8 pm Tuesday 8 am - 10 am & 2 pm - 8 pm Wednesday Closed Thursday 8 am - 10 am & 2 pm - 8 pm Friday 2 pm - 8 pm Saturday 9 am - 1 pm Sunday Closed GILMER COUNTY URGENT CARE WILL BE RELOCATING TO 101 COLLEGE ST. DURING THE FALL OF 2004