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Bennett and Sot Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville 354-6162 t ! Page 10 --- The Glenville Democrat/Pathf'mder -- Thursday, Nov. 20, 2003 I I ............. I TRECIE A. BEAMER Trecie A. Beamer, 94, of Sutton, died November 11, 2003 at Braxton Health Care Center, Sutton, follow- ing a long illness. She was born May 20, 1909 in Braxton County, the daughter of the late Henry Hayes and Rachel Pbllen Blagg. Mrs. Beamer was a member of the Mt. Hebron United Methodist Church and a homemaker. Also preceding her in death were her husband, Ward T. Beamer, who died September 22, 1980; one son, Wade Kelth Beamer; one brother, Vaughn E. Blagg; three sisters, Mary Johnson, Beulah Rhea, and Lula Cinningham; one son-in-law, Verde Kniceley; one granddaughter and one great granddaughter. She is survived by two sons; Walter Beamer and wife Ira of Sutton and Donald Beamer and wife Carol of Glenville; one daughter Ilene Kniceley of Stuarts Draft, Va. two brothers, Raymond Blagg of Colum- bus, Oh. and Henry Blagg of Salem; one-sister, Athalene Helmick of Sa- lem; one daughter-in-law, Norma Beamer of Corydon, In: 12 grand- children; 25 great grandchildren; and one great great grandchild. Funeral services were held Friday, November 14, 2003 at 1:00 p.m. at Greene-Robertson Funeral Home, Sutton, with Rev. Bryan Groves offi- ciating. Burial was in the Mt. Hebron Cemetery, Sutton. Donations may be made to Mt. Hebron United Methodist Church, c/ o Audra King, 4650 Airrport Road, Sutton, WV 26601. Funeral arrangements by Greene- Robertson Funeral Home, Sutton. DOROTHY EULAH NEAL Dorothy Eulah Neal, age 91, of Main St Goshen, Indiana, formerly of Gilmer Co., departed this life at 7:25 a.m., Friday, November 14, 2003 at Goshen General Hospital, Goshen, Indiana. Born December 28, 1911 in Lewis Co., daughter of the late Harvey and Stella Floyd Frashure. A homemaker, Mrs. Neal was united in marriage to Oliver Neal on Decem- ber 28, 1927 and he preceded her in death September 17, 1963. From this marriage were seven chil- dren of which four daughters still sur- vive: Mrs. Mabel Edwards and hus- band Kenneth Edwards of Goshen, Ind.; Goldie Dean of French Creek; Ethel May Dix of Omar; and Virginia Lee Glendman of Logan. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Doric Neal and two sons, Orval and Martin Lee Neal. She has 24 grandchildren and nu- merous great grandchildren. One brother, Harold Frashure, sur- vives at Linn. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, Nov. 18 at the Ellyson Mor- tuary, Inc., GlenviUe. Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offedng Computer Design Rt. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 I II II IIII I I Power Customers Allegheny Power has contracted to maintain portions of its nghts-of- way with an aenal saw consisting of fifteen 24qnch rotary blades owered by a motor and suspended on a vertical boom beneath a helicopter. This maintenance method allows for the quick, safe, and efficient trimming of trees along our transmission lines. The aenal saw will be operating during the month of December in the following counties in West Virginia. Hen'ieon. Lewll and Gilmer Counties= (Oak Mound- Weiton - Glenvllle.#6, 138 kV Line) Portions of a steel tower transmission line that begins at the Oak Mound Substation and travels south, changing to wooden poles after six structures. The line crosses Rt. 25 near Mt. Clara, Rt. 25/ 3, Rt/14, Rt. 27 near Rider, Lost Creek, and Rt. 25/6 (Duck Creek Road). The line then crosses U.S. Rt. 19 north of Jane Lew, Rt. 8 (Broad Run), Rt. 10 (Sycamore Lick), and U.S. Rt. 19 northeast of Danville. The line then enters the Weston Substation northeast of Weston. From the Weston Substationl the line travels north of Rt. 14 and Smith Run, and then proceeds southeast across Rt. 14 to the west side of !-79. It then turns southwest, crossing Rt. 33, Rt. 119, 1-79, Rt. 30, the West Fork River,, Rt. 38, and 1-79 south of Exit 96. The line then crosses U.S. Rt. 19, Rt. 24 (Jennings Run), Rt. 24/1, Rt. 22 (Wolfpen-Murphy Creek), Rt. 20, Rt. 20/6 (Loveberry), Rt. 17/2 (Rock Run), Rt. 18 near Copley, and Rt. 119/31. The line ends near the Gilmer-Lewis County line southwest of Rt. 119/31. For more information about Allegheny Power's Aerial Saw Program, call 1-800-Allegheny (1-800-255-3443). II II I I I I I II I I Check the classified page, you may find it there i i i ill i ,,,I ,i I i ii i ii , I i " "Breakfast Just Got Handier" Have you Pried the new breakfast taste sensations at McDonald's? We are now baking up McGriddle a handy sandwich hotcak , with maple baked right in. (,m your favorite McDonald s sand- wich, Bacon f, gg and Sausage Egg and Chee , or Sausage, and we will build your favorite betw m two Mc ,-riddl s Handy for the drive- thru. t ty wherever you eat them! We are o at 5:o0 Monday SaturdaT and at 6:ooam on Sunda to you31 have even more time to ehoo6e your favorite 1 .lection from America's breakfast champion. Scrwd until 1o:3oam daily. Ma udd', dC mlW O :er the The first step for residents recover- ing from floods is to telephone the city or county director of emergency services. The director will then send an official to assess the homeowner's damage. "Although we do have a West Vir- ginia State of Emergency, no Federal Disaster Declaration has been made yet," said Stephen Kappa, WVOES director. "I want citizens to know that a phone call to the city or county director is the fn'st step in recovery." "Your county director will know the status of available government assistance and the contacts for relief organizations." There are four more steps residents can complete to more quickly facili- tate the assistance process. Quickly contact your insurance company, even if you do not have flood insurance. If your flood dam- ages are not covered, request a written statement verifying the fact. Take photographs of the damage. Write the name of the room or area on the back of the photographs. Make a list of all damage and/or destroyed items for each affected area or room. If you have vehicle damage or destruction, contact your insurance company. If you do not have compre- hensive coverage, you will need a copy of the policy or a letter from your insurance company. Addition- ally, you will need a copy of your title, registration and insurance card along with a mechanic's statement itemiz- ing the damages and verifying it was from the flooding or landslides. "We know that having your home flooded is a very traumatic experi- ence," said Kappa. "Gathering the right documents, photographs and lists make the insurance or assistance pro- cess go more smoothly, and definitely, more quickly." m | J D t and Rehabilitation Center at 3 p.m. roast and turkey with al the fixins', opens at 6:30, ~r~, HOME INTERIOR SALE There will be a Home Interior sale on Nov 22 and 23 at Janice Shield's resi- dence (Rt. 5, Sand Fork). Items $20 or more. 30% off, all others 20% off. Everyone welcome. There will be a door prize drawing. Rain or Shine. Sun. Nov. 23. If anyone would like to come, please call 462-8698 to let us GLENVILLE GOLF CLUB know how many are coming. Chil- will hold its annual meeting for the dren are welcome, election of officers on Sun., Nov. 23 at 1:30 p.m. The meeting will be held ARE YOU CONCERNED ABOUT at the clubhouse and all members FLOODING AND RELATED are invited to attend and participate. ISSUES? A series of community meetings will FREE FLU VACCINE be held throughout Gilmer County in and Pneumonia vaccine is still avail- the upcoming months so that local able at the Health Department. Call residents can provide input for the today for more information, 462-7351. flood mapping and flood plain strate- GILMER COUNTY WALKING gies program funded by the $250,000 GROUP appropnation obtained by Congress- Gilmer County Family Resource Net- man Alan Mollohan. Cedarville - Nov. work, and Community Showcase, 24 at 6:00 p.m. at the Cedarville Fire Glenville State College Student Ac- House; Glenville - Dec. 3 at 6:00 p.m. tivities and Gilmer Pnmary Care spon- at the Community Showcase; Troy - sor a community walking group. It's Dec. 8 at 6:00 p.m. at Troy Elemen- free to the public and open to all abil- tary School. For more information, ity levels. Come out, meet new people, contact Donna Waddell 462-7545. get in shape, and enjoy the benefits of healthier living. The group meets at the Glenville College track located on Mineral Road every Tuesday and Thursday at 7pm and Saturday at 8am. Interested persons may call Donna Waddell at 462-7545 or more importantly show-up, bring a water bottle, a positive attitude and a good pair of walking shoes. POSTER CONTEST The Gilmer County Farm Bureau is sponsoring a Poster Contest for all 4th Grade Gilmer County students. The deadline is Dec. 5. There will be cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places, and an Honorable Mention for 4th place. The theme is "Agricul- ture in West Virginia." Poster board provided by the Farm Bureau. COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING SERVICE You are invited to Gilmer County's Community Thanksgiving Service on Sunday, Nov. 23 at 7:00 p.m. at the Good Shepherd Church on 701. Min- eral Road. Knowing more about your auto insurance can help you steer clear of unexpected expenses. rFor the Holiday season Surprise someone with a Best Western Travel Card! Available at -- Best Western Glenville Inn Rt. 5 P.O. Box 397 This is the gift that can take them wherever they want to go! From faraway beaches to bustling cities, there are over 4,000 Best Western Hotels across the globe to choose from. This gift is ideal for the person "who has everything." Best Western Travel Cards are stored value cards that recipients can use toward Best Western hotel charges (any eligible service man- aged or operated by a Best West- ern hotel) and any applicable taxes. Gienvtlle, WV 26351 RESERVATIONS CALL (so4) 46z-55H Best W~'n Hotel is independently own~l & o~. 2003 Best Western ~mmationai, Inc. ,f Watch Saturdays at 6:00 p.m. Visit your West Virginia Lottery Retailer and find out how you can be a game show uo to $1.O00.O00t On-airWV contestant _ November 15, 2003 Jess Kiracofe, Jr, ............ V~nchester, VA. .............. $ 1,000 At-home players - $100 Christine I.~~ker~urt Ca=dorph Sissonvill= Edith Miller Belpre, OH Drema Woods Charleston Play Ro;id to Velr~ a~l now Good d~i~s I~en when rou play. On December market at the ~,~dlr'',u Center from 10:ou~ -all~_.' the main building-~~/ so call for resena~'~~ dan, 655-7149. Iin BANQU r~ Old fashioned C " lots of dancing ano~ Moore Capito will 1 from 8-10:30P~ School on Rt. 16. l/~ at the Old CountrY~,~~ So bring a friend ~'~. time! Tickets are 655-8852. E HOUDAYI at the Lewis Co. 12 from 8:30 till 11~ be provided by "E~ ets are on sale at or from Ellen Only 60 tickets be purchased in snacks and mixerS ~! information contad ~1 at 269-5738. TOPS CLUB WV #218 LANCASTr~l held its regular weekly meeting Tues., The Lewis Co Nov. 3. Members with the best weight ning a tour to losses for the month of Oct. were the play =The announced. They were: 1st place: Nov. 20 and 21. The Euna Chitders; 2nd place: Linda and includes one Nolan; 3rd place: Linda Peggs. At breakfast, one the Topps Fall Rally held at Flatwoods =Christmas Water on Nov. 1st, our local chapter of Tops, Sound "Miracle of won several awards for our area of ner at Miller's five counties. Our chapter won 2nd nental Breakfast place for most weight loss in the pre- time for shopping. vious three months. Three members on double were division winners. They are: Di- formation vision 2: Linda Nolan; Division 3: Euna Catherine at Childers; Division 4: Sherry DeRossat. Tops WV # 218 meets each Tuesday CRAFT at 6 p.m. at A Small World Day Care on Elm St., Glenville. For info, call will be held at the 462-7777 or 462-5017. Center Wed. and ThP~,~ 4. Wed. 9 a.m. till 5p. l a m ti,, 8 p m On s leJ beaut ul Christmas 20 - Cook s Choice. rations; gift bas homemade bread, Fri., Nov. 21 - Thanksgiving Din- pies and candy, ner-Bring a salad or dessert,liike to donate an Mort., Nov. 24 - Beef/Macaroni should contact Ca.t _ Casserole, Tossed Salad, Apricots, 269-5738. All donan~_~a1 Cookie, W/W Bread - will be greatly appreo j Tues., Nov. 25 ' Chicken String, from the sale will go. r- chase of e new French Fries, Coleslaw, Jell6/FrLLit, " i,~,che'n W/W Bread ; o,,, itl Wed., Nov. 26-Country Fried. A new.prowa:l -d!I Improve the m/elm Steak/Gravv, Mashed Potatoes ..... llem,-, jj eact Cobbler Hot Roll. 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