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I Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays __Grantsville 354-6162 ,9" RELIG N ODAY aries Thursday, Dec. 25, 2003 -- The Glenvine Denmcrst/IPathttn r -- Page 9B II III I LEEMAN J. ALLEN Leeman J. Allen, 72, of Norman- town. departed this life December 6, 2003 at Minnie Hamilton Healthcare in Grantsville following an extended illness. Born April 14, 1937 in Gilmer County, son of the late Emery and Ottie Conrad Allen. Mr. Allen was retired from Glen- ville State College's maintenance de- partment and as a carrier for The Clarksburg Exponent newspaper. He was a Army Veteran of the Korean War. Surviving are one son, Darrell Allen of Glenville; three sisters: Veda Mac James and Greda Gray James, of Normantown, and Spsie Mosser, of Weston; one granddaughter, Jessica Beeaton, of Buckhannon; and one great-grandson. Mr. Allen was preceded in death by one son, Earl Allen, one brother, Gar- land Allen, and one sister. Lennis Case. Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., Glenvitle is assisting the family with arrange- merits. DENVER G. COTTRILL Denver G. Cottrill, 63, of Canton, OH, formerly of Rosedale, passed away December 20, 2003 at Altman Hospital in Canton. Born at Shock, he was a son of the late Archie and Ruth Perkins Cottrill. Surviving are two sons, Roger of Tennessee and Gregory of Warren, OH; a granddaughter, Crystal of Can- ton, OH; five brothers, Larry Cottrill and his wife, Susan, of Canton, OH., Robert Cottrill and his wife, Lue, Hurman Cottrill and his wife, Linda, Henry Cottrill and his wife, Mary, all of Warren, OH.; Harry Cottrill and his wife, Debra, of Granstville; six sisters, Shirley Schartiger and her hus- band, Kenneth, of Navarre, OH., Joan King and her husband, Larry, of Front Royal, VA., Phyllis Skelton and her husband, William, of McDonough, GA., Kathleen West and her husband, Teddy of Spencer, Margaret McCumbers and her husband Garry, Nellie Hall and her husband, Ronald, of Rosedale, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife, Rose Cottrill, a son, Arcie Dewayne Cottrill and a sister, Nancy Cottrill. Funeral services were held on Tues- day, Dec. 23 at Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg, with Rev. Carl Marks 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 Are out to destroy your car. Answered Prayer is out to make it like new again. Brand new state of the art bake-on- spray booth. Quality body work. wq guarantee our pamtwork for as lon own the car. Ask yourself this, ust spray it on, when you can bake it officiating. Interment followed in the Cottrill Cemetery at Rosedale. MARY ELLEN JONES Mary Ellen Jones, 56, of Anmoore, died "Iaaursday morning, December 18, 2003, in the United Hospital Cen- ter. She was born February 12, 1947, in Princeton, NJ, a daughter of the late Charles Edward and Dorthy Eliza- beth (Servis) Schuchardt. Surviving are her four children, Patricia Ann Jones and Thomas Paul Jones, both of Anmoore; William Allen Jones and his wife Dawna Ranae, Jacksonville, NC; and Jerald Lee Jones and his fianaee Rebecca Charlene, Wallace; seven grandchil- dren, Jason Lee; Kacie Ranae; Travis Paul; Breana Nicole; Andrew Stephen; and Brandon Paul Jones; amd Jordon Lee Gump. Two broth- ers, Edward Schuchardt, North Brunswick, N J; Robert Schuchardt, Anmoore; and three sisters, Isabel Yuras, Warwick, RI; Dorthy Oross, South River, NJ; and Norma Lee Ledbetter, Las Vegas, Nevada; and several nieces and nephews complete her family. Mary Ellen was formerly employed at the Kinney Shoe Factory, Gilmer County; had worked at Ames Depart- ment Store, and was a babysitter for the Department of Human Resources. Services were held on Saturday morning at 11 a.m. with Pastor Ron DiCiolla officiating. Burial followed in the Stonewall Park Cemetery. Gemondo Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. DORTHY L. RICHARDS Dorthy L. Richards, 74, of Kanawha Drive Community, Glenville, passed away December 18, 2003. Born November 13, 1929 in Calhoun County, she was a daughter of the late Carl and Emma Hayhurst Price. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Ernest Richards, a brother, Eugene Price and her step-father, Lester Richards. She is survived by two nephews and a niece. Graveside services were held Mon- day, Dec. 22 at the Pleasant Hill Cem- etery in Granstville with the Rev. Carroll McCauley officiating. ;upport Glenville State College; it's an educa- tional jewel in the rural Appalachian Mountains! Jack's Septic Service, Inc. Solid Waste Division Will OBSERVE Christmas Day- Thursday, December 25 2003 We will operate on a one day delay. Thursday on Friday & Friday on Saturday ***Please set items out the night before*** Merry Christmas! ****Office will close at noon *** Wednesday - December 24, 2003 I 106 W. Main St. Sutton 26601 * 765-0444 Toll Free * 877-889-0444 located at the "Y" intersection in Sutton -Bringing Quality & Service since 1976- NO POWER? NO WORRIES! Stop by and check out our home generator systems and ask about special financing - 90 days same as cash. We offer sales, installation and service. Let us supply you with our wide selection of electrical materials and supplies. Steorts also provides premium residential, commercial and industrial service IIII 76 Circle Drive Weston, WV 26452 Phone: 269-0077 IIIIIII White meat Chicken McNuggets~ McDonald's turned the world on to chicken served in bited size pieces decades ago. Now, to address ,four wanting a healthier, tastier sensation, we have intro- duced our new all white meat Chicken McNuggets And to help introduce them to you, you can order a 20 piece bundle pack, consisting of 2o McNuggets, 2 smaU fries and 2 medium soft drinks for $6.99 through the end of December.Soup's 0n! Enjoy Hot and Tasty Open 5:ooam Men-Sat BrocoUi Cheese 6:00am on Sunday's or v j=t=l t ,ef a cup McDonald's of GIenvilk 462-5oIo work for an , electrical needs. Father Edwin Daschbach, SVD We Many years ago I read that we use only about 10% of our mental ca- : pacities. It was then suggested that enormous possibilities are there if that other 90% could be tapped into. More recently, however, I have done further reading that labels that 10% brain use a myth. I'm not so sure it's all that mythical however. While it may be true that all of our brain is used regularly, how it is used might very well fall into that 10% category. I see too many students who I know have great potentialyet who seem almost intent on not using it. They study little, they read little, and they opt for in- stead of chal- Use So Little of Our Gifts lenging courses. What vistas would open up if these indi- viduals truly used the brains God gave them. I believe that we all possess ca- pacities that lie dormant because we normally don't need them. Some of those who make it a point to study the human brain say two experi- ences of life open for us that huge cavity ofpotentiah the experience of tragedy, and the experience of love. Both love and tragedy do some- thing to us that we didnft understand before experiencing them. They both open us to a wider vision of life, a vision that is blocked otherwise be- cause fi among other things- we take things for granted. We see, and yet don't see. We think we understand and yet we don't. Psychology talks about a process called introception. It refers to our grasping of some- thing that we may intellectually have know before, but not really under- stood. An event usually sparks the change. During my years of high school teaching in New Jersey, one of our seniors suddenly lost his father. I remember him walking the hallways, looking for an adult to talk to, not just any adult but an adult who had also lost a father. No one else, he felt, could really understand what he was experi- encing. It's one thing to intellec- tually know death of a father, but something much else to ac- tually experience it. So also with love. It makes things look very different, makes the beau- ties of creation so much more real, puts a whole different flavor into everything. That's an opening in knowledge and perception that was hitherto dormant. It can spark a whole different approach to life. Father John Powell, a gifted writer and teacher, told his classes: It is tragic to die and not have loved and it's just as tragic to die and not have expressed your love to those around you. How sad to love someone- and not tell them so. Don't let your own life end so tragically. If Christmas is a feast of anything, it is a feast of love. Love genuinely this Christmas. ii iiii iii ii I II III [I I TOPS CLUB would like to announce i's winners for having the most weight lost during the month of November. First place goes to Carol Conley, and second place goes to Euna Childers. For more information on joining our TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), call 462.7777 or 462-5017. LChurch ActJvities ST. MARKS @ VALLEY PARK Episcopal Church holds Sunday wor- ship at 10:30 &m. Christmas Eve there will be a service at 7:00 p.m. located at 607 West Main in Glenville. Rev. Wayman 304-462-5800. MINNORA COMMUNITY CENTER FLEA MARKET A Flea Market will take place at the Minnora Community Center on Sat., Jan. 3 from noon to 6 p.m. Exhibitors will be located downstairs in the main building. Merchandise available will include flea market items, antiques, crafts, and bantam chickens. The 4- H Silver Spurs Horse Club will have delicious home baked goods for sale. Free lessons on spinning wool into yam will be available. There will be a small charge for table space. Tables are limited, so advance registration is requested. Call 655-7149. S5-WEST FORK CONSERVATION District Board of Supervisors monthly . meeting for Jan. will be held, Jan. 6, , CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE 2004 at the USDA Service Center, Trinity United Methodist Christmas Mr. Clare, beginning at 3 p.m. Con- ~' Eve Service will be held Wed., Dec. tact Dinah Hannah, Executive Assis- ' 24 at 7 p.m. Featured wall be the new tant at 627-2160. Handbell Choir and instrumentalists. Everyone welcome. NEW YEAR'S EVE SERVICE ; The Little Kanawha Independent CHRISTMAS EURCHIST Church at Bumsville will be having a St. Marks and Valley Park will hold a New Year's Eve Service, December , Christmas Eucharist on Wed., Dec. 31 at 7:00 pm. The featured singers , 24 at 7:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome, will be The Gospel Tones. Bring a , ................................... friend and come and loin us for a Childhood is the kingdom wheregood evening of gospel music and nobody dies. fellowship. Pastor Ronzel Roberts. ' --Edna St. Vincent Millay Everyone Welcome. ,! JACK W. KIR CHBER G IS TURNING And we want all his family and friends, former co-workers at Dowell, and others who have known him through the years to come help us celebrate! Saturday, Dec. 27, 2003 12:00.4:00 p.m. Glenville Best Western Inn No PRESENTS, just your PRESENCE should be enough. But, if you have them, please bring copies of pictures you may have of Jack, Papa, i and Dad. 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All You can Eat "GOOD LUCK" Buffet Kick off the year with a luck meal: Baked Turkey Breast Fried Chicken Roast Beef Pork Riblets Black-eyed Peas Cabbage Turnip Greens Pinto Beans Fried Mush Corn Rice Macaroni & Cheese Green Beans Yeast Rolls & Cornbread Includes free bakery, ice cream, salad bar, desert bat Mashed Potatoes & Gravy & potato bar Available Thursday, January 1st Only No cooking and no dishes! Just a lot of great food at a great price. Sounds like your luck's getting better already! 1-79, Exit 67 - Flatwoods, WV 765-2804 iiii ii i 11111 ii t | % J J J