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Gavin Beverage, a 13-year-old eighth grade student at Milton Middle, shows off the movie he made using his iPad.

Milton students learn using iPads By Amanda Smythers amanda@theputnamstandard.com

Milton Middle School is home to a one-on-one computing pilot program, enabling all students in the eighth grade to have their own, personal iPad mini for in-school and take home use. The program started after several teachers participated in the Harless Center’s Flip the Classroom initiative last year. Initially, Milton was given 10 iPads to use, but, after considering the best place for a one-on-one pilot program, Cabell County Schools offered

Milton enough for all of its oldest students. “Several of us have taken classes down at the board office through the technology department,” said Chris Coalgrove, eighth-grade West Virginia Studies teacher at Milton. “We got to know those people and because of our relationship and rapport and working with them in the past they chose us because we were the best fit for the pilot program.” Eighth-grade teachers attended a conference in Chicago over the summer to help them prepare curSee iPad, Page 5

Cabell Midland Collegium entertained hundreds during its 21st annual Madrigal dinner.

Music & a Feaste in the Great Hall Maddison Grubb, 5, and her mom, Melissa Wright, enjoy their ham dinner at the Collegium’s annual Madrigal dinner.

By Amanda Smythers See Page 6 for more photos

Cabell County Schools announce make-up days for 2014-2015 During its 2013 session, the West Virginia Legislature revised the state code which mandates the number of days students must be in school. With those changes, students must now attend 180 full days of school. If students miss full days of school for inclement weather or other emergencies, they will make up the days in the following order, attending one day for each day missed: * April 3 (OSE Day)

* May 21-22 (OSE Days) * May 26-28 (OSE Days) * May 29 (Teacher Preparation Day) * June 1-5 (Extended School Days) * June 8-12 (Extended School Days) * March 16-20 (Spring Break)

Typically, students in Cabell County miss three to six days of school annually due to inclement weather. It is important for parents to note the extended school days in June that may have to be used to make up school should the total number

of days missed exceed the seven designated make-up days in April and May. The use of make-up days school during Spring Break would only be considered if students miss more than 17 days, which is extremely unlikely. This make-up policy is applicable to individual school closures, as well as those that apply to the entire district. Another change made by the legislature affects early releases and late starts or delays. The two-hour early releases

scattered throughout the calendar for professional development and faculty senate meetings are now to be made up through the use of accrued instructional time - additional minutes students accumulate each day by attending school beyond the number of daily minutes required for their grade level. Accrued instructional time will also be used to make up any twohour late starts required due to inclement weather. Call 304-528-500 or www. cabellcountyschools.com for info.


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Community Events

Weekly Devotional Submitted by Mary Jane “Believe in Christmas” Thought for the week: In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. Genesis 1:1 (KJV) On Nov.11 the Europeans landed a washing machine size spacecraft on the dusty surface of a speeding comet. It gave researchers the opportunity to test the theory that comets brought organic matter and water to earth billions of years ago. Why can’t man just believe in God? Why can’t man believe that a book was written by his many followers, as witness, to his instructions? Seems, we as humans are never satisfied. Luke 2:11 - For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior which is Christ the Lord. God knew man could not continue on as he had made him. He needed him to believe in Him. So he sent his son to live and die among us for 33 years, with the promise if we trusted in him he would give us life after death. This is why we celebrate Christmas. It is Jesus, God’s son, birthday. You may say how can you believe in something you cannot see? Each of us has a brain, heart, soul and conscious. Revelation 3:20 - Behold, I stand at the door, and knock. If any man hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and will sup with him, and he with me. Try it, believe it, and trust it. Once again, we may reflect on past Christmas memories. Mine is the annual country church Christ-

mas program we usually held on Christmas eve. What innocent fun we had as teenagers, practicing and getting ready for these. With friends and family, the pranks, handholding and smooches behind pulled curtains soon banished with reality when the actual program was presented. It seemed all had a part. From the youngest who could say Merry Christmas to the oldest of wise men, caped and using canes, to the angels holding lighted candles proceeding down each side of the church aisle. After the story of Jesus’ birth was recounted we waited for the drawing of names to see who had got us a gift while a bag of treats was given to all by Santa. As you went home afterwards that dark cold, snow swirling night, snuggled under your covers with all the memories of what a happy Christmas really was. We can still have this heart felt feeling today, by doing something for someone else. Acts 20:35 - It is more blessed to give than receive. The story of NFL player Jason Brown who walked away from signing $35 million a year contract, bought a farm in N.C. letting God lead him. Brown said, “he farms food for others in need, and is happier than ever been. I have found the secret in life.” God is watching out for you. Find a quiet place and ponder alone and think about where you are and where you are going this approaching New Year, enjoy Christmas and celebrate for all the right reasons. Prayer: Thank you God for another year of life, for the bad times and the good, you know what is best for me. Amen.

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Free Community Dinner Sammy Adkins, The Sandy There will be a free community Hook Boys to perform dinner at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 19 Sammy Adkins and The Sandy at the Fellowship Hall of Milton Hook Boys will take the stage United Methodist Church, Smith at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 27 & Church Street, Milton. at the Mountaineer Opry House, Milton. Doors and concessions Entertainment at open at 5 p.m. Tickets are $15 for Milton VFD adults, $12 for seniors, and $5 for Live entertainment is offered children. For more information call from 7-10 p.m. every Friday 304-743-5749. night at Milton Volunteer Fire Department, 341 E. Main Street. Marshall hosts Winter Concessions available with a large Youth Camp menu. No alcohol or smoking The Marshall Recreation Center permitted. More information call will host a Winter Youth Camp on 304-743-6319. Dec. 22 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The one-day camp is full of activities Museum of Radio for kids. and Technology Kids ages 5-14 may sign up Holiday decorations at the Mu- for the camp. The camp is $25 for seum of Radio and Technology, members and $35 dollars for non1640 Florence Ave., Huntington. members. For parents who need to See bells, plates, wreaths, nut- drop off their kids earlier or have cracker soldiers, garlands, tins, a late pick up, there is before and 1980’s and 1990’s Hallmark orna- after care available. ments, A.C. Gilbert Erector toys, It’s free for members and just and much more. $5 for non-members. Campers are The festive decorations are com- required to bring a lunch but there plemented by our collection of over will be a healthy snack provided. 400 antique radios, Victrolas, and Register online at www.marvintage radio and TV advertising. shallcampusrec.com and for more The Museum is open Saturdays information contact Alex Boyer 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays 1 at 304-696-4101 or at boyer3@ to 4 p.m. Weather permitting it is marshall.edu. open Fridays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free admission. For more information American Legion call 304-525-8890. Post 139 Bingo American Legion Post 139, Live nativity at 1207 Main St., Milton hosts Bingo Union Baptist every Friday with Early bird at 6:30 Union Baptist Church of Milton p.m. and Regular bingo at 7 p.m. will present a living nativity scene Fridays. for people to see and remember the Cost: $5 packets (two packet birth of Christ. minimum). For more information, The nativity will be in front of call 304-743-3149. the church from 5 to 7 p.m. Dec. 22, 23 and 24. Drive-by’s are welBlood Drive in Barboursville come and pictures are encouraged. The Village of Barboursville For more information, call the Senior Center is hosting a Red church office 304-743-0405. Union Cross blood drive from 1 – 6 p.m. Baptist Church is located at 1295 Tuesday, Dec. 30. Come help save James River Turnpike. lives with a small donation. Call

The Cabell Standard 304-736-5092 for more information. Medical Office Skills Training Program Goodwill Industries of KYOWVA will begin its 20-week course in Medical Office Skills Training on Monday, Jan. 12. Class times are Monday through Friday, at 1005 Virginia Ave., Huntington. The course offers up to 12 hours of college credit from Mountwest Community and Technical College. Course includes such topics as medical terminology, insurance billing & coding, records management, and Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint 2010. During the last 10 weeks of class, students obtain additional guidance through hands-on training provided by local internship sites. For more information about the program and its enrollment process, contact Ashley Shaw at 304-523-7461. Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. Chamber Lunch & Learn to focus on Press Release Writing The Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce will present a Lunch & Learn on “Writing an Effective Press Release: Capturing the Media’s Attention on Tuesday, Jan. 13 at noon at the Chamber office in the River Tower, 1108 Third Ave., Suite 300. The workshop will be presented by Bryan Chambers, Communications Director for the City of Huntington. Topics will include: Tips on getting your message out; Guidelines on format; Content; AP style; and Finding a balance between informing and promoting. Lunch & Learn is a free event exclusive to Chamber members. Lunch will be provided. RSVP by calling 304-525-5131.

General Huntington award nominations The Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Generation Huntington committee is now seeking nominations for its 2014 Generation Huntington Award. The awards will be presented at the Chamber’s Annual Volunteer Awards Luncheon on Friday, Jan. 30, at the Guyan Golf & Country Club, from noon to 1:30 p.m. Nominated individuals should show the promise of, and a commitment to,

impacting the community in a positive manner through professional and non-professional service and achievement. Nominees must live or work in the Huntington/tri-state area and must be under the age of 45. Nominees are required to be an employee of a Huntington Chamber Member business but do not have to be members of the Generation Huntington committee. Individual’s currently serving

on the GH Leadership Board are not eligible. Recipients will be selected by a committee comprised of leaders in the community. Selfnominations are permitted. The nomination deadline is Friday, Dec. 19 by 5 p.m. To receive a nomination form or for more information, email Carly Hackman at carly@huntingtonchamber.org or call the Chamber office at (304) 525-5131.

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Lady Knights fall to Big Red’s defensive pressure By Amanda Smythers amanda@theputnamstandard.com

After a tough first half, the Lady Knights varsity basketball team rallied with a fourth quarter 12 point run, but was unable to catch up with the Parkersburg Big Reds, falling 65-51 in the season opener. With 32 of their 51 points scored in the second half, Midland refused to lose without a fight, something head coach Matt Adkins was proud of. “I think we won the fourth quarter,” he said. “Going in that was our goal. The girls didn’t quit. They were competitive and they played. We could have laid down and we didn’t. We’re proud of that. “Even at the end of the game they were getting on the floor and still hustling.” Midland had a rough start to their opening game. After a field goal from junior Haley Haggerty within seconds of play, they were held off from scoring until the Big Reds were six points up, a lead they held onto for the whole game. Midland tightened the game until they were down 11-10, but three 3-point shots from Parkersburg ended the quarter at 19-10. “Some of the stuff we messed

up on is just not stuff we have drilled,” Adkins said. “But from last year’s team when we had the state tournament team, we had seven girls and we lost five. So I only have two girls who have seen significant minutes. “It’s going to be a learning experience for everybody but the thing is, that learning curve has to come quick.” Parkersburg continued to dominate in the second quarter, hitting another three 3-pointers and ending the half leading 37-19. Midland struggled with rebounds and had no solution to the Lady Red’s 3’s. “We got outrebounded and we usually don’t,” Adkins said. “That’s something that we’re going to hit hard.” However, the second half was a different ball game for the Lady Knights who came out to the court with determination, led by Haggerty and freshman Haley Waugh, who ended the game with 19 points and 13 points, respectively. Haggerty also lead the team in rebounds and assists, and made each of her six free throws. “She is a hard worker,” Adkins said. “She and [Summer Stephenson] were the two who saw major minutes last year.”

Freshman Morgan Bennett flies down the court as Midland struggled to shrink a 25 point gap. Bennett scored 13 points during the game, second only to veteran varsity player Haley Haggerty. Freshman Morgan Bennett also had a good game with 13 points including two 3-pointers and three out of four of her free throws. Despite the comeback, Midland was unable to overcome the 25-point gap after the third, ending the game down 14. “Parkersburg is a good team,” Adkins said “You’ve got to give it to them. The past four years we’ve

beat them pretty handedly but we had a team that played together. Now we’re at the opposite end – we’re moving up and they’re up here. But they’re a tough team.” Adkins said that while he expects his team to work hard to improve, he doesn’t expect them to play perfectly. With a whole schedule ahead of them, he said he just wants the girls to play as

best they can. “It’s early in the season,” he said. “We’re high on the girls, we’re not down. We tell them like we did tonight – you have to have a perfect effort. Individually you’re not going to be perfect but if you can give me a perfect effort and you give me everything you have, I can’t be mad. I can’t be upset.”

Midland Fine Arts Academy creates art installation motto piece As part of Cabell Midland High School’s Fine Arts Academy initiatives, Mrs. Frye’s Art 1 students were recently involved in creating an oversized installation piece in the schools main gym entitled “UKnighted we are Victorious.” The project consisted of creating 2,095 knight helmet profiles,

each labeled with the first and last name of a student or staff member, arranged in the shape of a castle spanning 36 feet wide by 24 feet tall. The purpose of the installation was to help foster a sense of unity within the school and its surrounding community and to celebrate the great things that can happen when

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the Knight Nation comes together. Each staff member was represented with a red knight helmet at the bottom of the castle, with the white knight helmets of each student above, in an attempt to visually bring to life the Cabell County Schools motto of being “Dedicated

to the Success of Every Student.” Along with the unveiling of the installation at the schools most recent pep rally was the introduction of a hashtag entitled “#knightsvictorious.” It is the hope of its creators that

students, staff, and the community will use the hashtag whenever they are sharing school related victories on social media to show the world what the Knights can do. “Go Knights!”

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iPads

Velma’s View

From Page 1 riculum and had several months to practice on devices. From there, the curriculum just took off. “It’s been really big for me from only having one computer,” said Bonnie Conner, eighth-grade science teacher. “Telling them that this is made out of atoms is one thing but them actually seeing a model of it, it’s just way more interactive than I could ever try to explain to them. It enhances our teaching.” Students were told at the beginning of the semester that they would be getting their own device within a few weeks. “It was really exciting, too,” said Matthew Luck, an eighth-grade student. “We were really happy.” The students had no trouble getting used to the iPad, which eighth-grader Gavin Beverage said is because most of the students had used them before already. “Considering that most of us have had iPads in the past or have used one, it was easy to get a hang of,” he said. “Now everyone uses technology so it was really easy to get a hang of it.” Beverage said the iPads immediately made his classes easier. “It was something different,” he said. “You don’t really use a pencil. You just type or you can take pictures and insert into your notes. I think it just works easier. It’s easier to study and much neater so it helps you out a lot. It organizes very well. It keeps your stuff organized.” Luck said it’s also enhanced communication between students and teachers, as most of the students regularly use email to keep in contact and ask questions. “It really helps when you have questions about homework that someone else knows,” he said. “Teachers have the iPads, too, so you can e-mail them and ask them a question,” Beverage said. “It’s really easy to get caught up if you’re out sick or something because you can email them and then you have your iPad so you can get caught up right then. They’re really useful.” Conner said there are over 100,000 academic apps available on iTunes, encompassing everything from science to history to foreign language. This, she said, has helped enhance her classes as students play games on the periodic table or make digital flash cards to help them study. Coalgrove said he gets excited when he discovers new history apps, sometimes with the help of his students. “We have a lot of apps that are really useful for our subjects,” he said. “There’s an app called History Docs if we want to look at historical documents. There’s Google Earth, where you can look at any map at any time.” Conner said the teachers were pleasantly surprised to discover few disciplinary issues since dispersing the devices in late Septem-

ber. Overall, she said, the students seem to be sticking to the code of conduct. “We had an acceptable use policy,” Conner said. “As an eighth grade, we worked together on making one. We just made it part of our school code. It has been really positive.” Beverage said he feels responsible for his device and avoids any behavior that could get it taken away. “I feel like it’s a big responsibility considering we have to keep it safe,” he said. “You don’t want it stolen and you just have to make sure you don’t do anything that would get you into trouble.” Luck said it is easier for him to complete his homework now as he

essentially has a personal computer with him at all times. “In Mr. Coalgrove’s class we’ve done Power Points and Keynotes,” he said. “We can usually do those but we can do them really fast with the iPad. We can do them at home real quick, too. That’s really helped a lot. I feel it’s easier to do projects now because you can just send the teachers the stuff you have done.” Most importantly, Beverage said something few middle school students ever say – homework is now fun. “You’re on the iPad so you don’t think you’re really doing homework so it feels more fun,” he said. “It doesn’t feel like homework because you’re on the iPad.”

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Merry Christmas

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Above, Cabell Midland’s Collegium entertained the crowd during the 21st annual Madrigal Dinner. Below, Mikaela Neal, 1, could be seen smiling with her mom, Jennifer Neal, all night,

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Karenann Flouhouse, playing the part of the court jester, amused guests by reciting jokes and puns during Midland’s 21st annual Madrigal Dinner.

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Midland boys see growth after opening loss By Zach Cumberland zach@theputnamstandard.com First year head coach Steve Hibberd is looking to instill a “competitive nature” in the Midland basketball program. Even though they fell 88-70 at Fairland, Ohio in the season opener, Hibberd and his players said they saw some positive progress being made. “It’s cliché to say, but Rome wasn’t built in a day,” Hibberd said. “We’re building something new here and I’m happy with the improvement, already. Obviously, we wanted the scoreboard to read a little different, but we’re happy with the improvement.” Senior Mark Wilcox led the Knights with 23 points, including six 3-pointers. Wilcox will play a heavy role leading the team this season with his senior leadership, Hibberd said. “They were finding me when I was open,” Wilcox said. “I fell into a rhythm and just hit some shots early. I have to give all the credit to my teammates. They passed the ball well.” Wilcox kept Midland close in the first quarter from behind the arc and pushed the Knights out to an early 9-6 lead, but halfway through the first, momentum began to swing in favor of Fairland. “Fairland is a quality team,” Hibberd said. “They’re well coached. They’re going to do good things in the Ohio Valley Conference. We want to play teams like that. We want to play well coached teams in good environments. It’s going to help us.” The Knights found themselves down 27-18 at the end of the first quarter, in large part due to Fairland freshman Isaiah Howell, who got on a hot streak from the field and led a 15-0 run. Howell finished with 25 points on the night and the Knights couldn’t find an answer for him on the defensive end. “Our goal is not to give up that

many points,” Hibberd said. “We want to put pressure on the other team and get out in transition, but to give up 88 is not what we’re about. We’ll make adjustments. If we give up 88 again that’ll be my fault.” Midland junior guard Colton Tilley backed Wilcox with 17 points and sophomore guard Kirk Jennings added 10 to give the Knights three double digit scorers. Sophomore guard Alex Ray chipped in with eight points off the bench. “We need to work on our defense,” Tilley said. “We each need to know who we have and just play together as a team.” The Knights found themselves down 49-30 at the half, but were able to cut the lead to 50-35 halfway through the third on a basket by Tilley. Cabell Midland couldn’t put together a significant run to pull any closer and had slipped behind 67-46 by the end of the third quarter. “We had some mental lapses,” Hibberd said. “But we had two scrimmages early for a reason, which helped us with making cuts, so we haven’t been on the floor with another team for two weeks. This is big for us because we were supposed to play the day before and we didn’t, but that didn’t affect us. We came out very well. We were hitting shots and doing things defensively. We were talking. We had some breakdowns, but we’ll get better and that’s what I’m happy with, the fact that the kids never stopped playing.” Midland played out the fourth quarter, but had trouble guarding Fairland because of the size the Dragons presented down low. “Fairland is a big team,” Hibberd said. “They’re a long team and they shoot well. They rebounded the ball very well and outrebounded us, but that wasn’t because of a lack of effort on our part. We just didn’t execute, so we’ll get better with those little things that will help us win.”

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Above, Midlan senior Mark Wilcox goes up for the rebound. Wilcox led the Knights with 23 points. Below, sophomore guard Alex Ray pushes up a free throw in the Knights 88-70 loss at Fairland. Even with the loss, Hibberd was able to get 14 players into the game. The team played hard and if they do more of the same, they’ll be successful, he said. “Our team goal is to get to Charleston and tonight doesn’t change anything,” he said. “I’m happy with the effort. We’re going to build on what happened today – the good and bad.” Midland will play at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 19 at Parkersburg followed by Woodrow Wilson at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 30 at home.


Page 8 - Thursday, December 18, 2014 JAMES D. BLAKE James D. “Jim” Blake, 88, of Milton, passed away Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014 in his home after a long illness. He was born Apr. 20, 1926 in Milton, a son of the late Hubert Sr. and Nora Anderson Blake. He was also preceded in death by his siblings, Curtis Blake, Opal Blake, Arnett Blake, Blain Blake, Connie Blake, Hubert Blake, Jr., Kermit Blake, Geneva Blake, Faye Shamblin and Marie Wise. Blake served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War in the 24th Infantry Division, retired from Union Carbide as an Instrument Mechanic and was an Evangelist for over 25 years on WEMM. He is survived by his loving wife, Mildred Clark Blake; two daughters, Denise (Cliff) Webb and Tina (Freddie) Green; grandchildren, Jered Green, Jason Webb, Ryan Webb and Martha Webb; special friend, Dakota Miller; and caregiver, Kay Mays. Funeral services were held Dec. 8 at Teays Valley Missionary Baptist Church. Burial was private. www.heckfuneralhome.com. LINDSAY JOEL COGAR Lindsay Joel Cogar, 54, of Huntington, passed away Monday, Dec. 8, 2014 at his residence. He was born Aug. 20, 1960, in Cabell County, a son of the late Tom A. Cogar and Jane Maralee Cogar, of Milton. He was a 1978 graduate of Milton High School, and attended Marshall University. Lindsay was a talented and creative chef, having been head sous chef for a hotel in Amarillo, Texas, then managing many restaurants in his career, including The Petite Cafe in Lazarus for several years. Lindsay traveled the Eastern Caribbean, serving as a yacht pilot for an inter-island transportation service in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands He then worked with the Boilermakers Union, and volunteered many hours of his time with the American Legion. He was a member of the Sons of the American Legion Post 177 in Barboursville, serving on the Board, and also formerly serving as Chaplain. In addition to his mother, Lindsay is survived by his wife, Cindy Huffman Cogar, of Huntington; father-in-law, Jule Huffman, of Huntingon; his sister, Suzanne Cogar, of Milton; two brothers, Allen Cogar and wife, Sabra, of Pompano Beach, Fla., Greg Cogar and fiancé, Carmen, of Scott Depot; brother-in-law, Marvin Huffman, of Huntington; sister-in-law, Nancy Huffman Palmer and husband, Bob of Ky.; Jeremy Huffman, of Huntington; his very special nephews, who were the light of his life, Jacob Cogar, of Milton, and Tommy Allen Thompson; and great-niece, Maggie, of Lexington, Ky. Funeral services were conducted Dec. 12 at Henson-Kitchen Mortuary, with Rev. Skip Seibel and Pastor Jeff Kanode officiating. Burial followed in White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Barboursville.

SHIRLEY JEANETTE DEMPSEY Shirley Jeanette Dempsey, 75, of Huntington, passed away Friday, Dec. 5, 2014 at St. Mary’s Medical Center, Huntington. She was born Feb. 12, 1939 in Petersburg, a daughter of the late Gorey and Ann Southerly Diehl. She was a retired secretary for the Cabell County Commission. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother. Survivors include her husband of 31 years, Jarrell Dempsey; two step-sons, Hook (Terri) Dempsey, of Maryville, Tenn., and Darrell Allen Dempsey, of Colo.; and four step-grandchildren, Damian and Brandy Dempsey, and Cara and Crystal Dempsey. Funeral services were conducted Dec. 7 at the Reger Funeral Chapel by Hook Dempsey. Entombment followed in the Woodmere Memorial Park Garden Building, Huntington. www.regerfh.com. CHARLES FRANKLIN “CHARLIE” DULING, III Charles Franklin “Charlie” Duling, III, 50, of Huntington, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014 in Huntington. Charlie was born Apr. 10, 1964 in Huntington, a son of Charles Franklin Duling, II and the late Carolyn Harlan Duling. In addition to his father, survivors include his wife, Michelle Smith Duling; step-mother, Nettie Lou Duling; two sons, Ty Duling and Dylan Duling; four sisters, Suzanne Duling Bell, Clare Duling Steen, Dana Duling Guiler and Diann Duling Clark; and a brother, Paul Duling. Memorial services were conducted Dec. 8 at Chapman’s Mortuary, Huntington, with John Yeager, Authorized Lay Preacher, officiating. www.chapmans-mortuary.com. DOROTHY HOLLEY LAMBERT ELKINS Dorothy Holley Lambert Elkins, 77, of Huntington, died Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014 in the Emogene Dolin Jones Hospice House. She was born Sept. 27, 1937, in Cabell County, a daughter of the late Charles and Florence Dennison Holley. Also preceding her in death was her first husband, James Alvin Lambert; her second husband, Ernest Ray Elkins; and a sister, JoAnn Beresh. She was a homemaker and at one time, attended Thomas Memorial Freewill Baptist Church. Survivors include five sons, Gary (Kimberly) Lambert, David Lee Lambert, of Huntington, Steven Mark (Carmen) Lambert, of Lesage, James Michael (Donetta) Lambert, of Huntington, Brian Scott (Pamela) Lambert, of Salt Rock; one stepson, Jimmy (Orlene) Elkins, of Huntington; four sisters, Linda Adkins, Patricia Burns, Jean Leffingwell and Jeanette Leffingwell; two brothers, Johnie Holley and Richard Holley; 17 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conducted

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Dec. 12 at Chapman’s Mortuary, of Huntington. A memorial service was conwith Pastor Steve Hinkle officiatducted Dec. 13 at Henson & Kitching. en Mortuary, Barboursville. www. hensonmortuary.com. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH GREATHOUSE HOMER BOYD Virginia Elizabeth Greathouse, “H” HOWARD 94, of Huntington, died Monday, Homer Boyd “H” Howard, 75, Dec. 8, 2014 at the Emogene Dolin of Milton, passed away suddenly Jones Hospice House. Virginia was born Jun. 28, 1920 Saturday evening, Dec. 6, 2014 at in New Haven, a daughter of the home. He was preceded in death late Andrew D. & Mary Ballard by his father, Homer V. Howard; Hume. She was a lifelong member mother, Elizabeth Insco Howard; of the Beverly Hills United Meth- and brother, Earnest Howard. He odist Church, and a Past Worthy leaves behind his loving and devotMatron of Huntington Chapter #8 ed companion of 37 years, Marilyn Coleman; one step-daughter, Kelly O.E.S. She was preceded in death her Coleman Albright; one brother, husband, Raymond Farley Great- William E. Howard (Ann); four house; one sister, Lucille Francis nieces and five nephews; his pets, Hume; and one brother, Andrew who he loved very much; and a host of wonderful friends. D. Hume, Jr. He graduated from Huntington Survivors include one daughter, Mary Kathleen (Cathy) delos East High School in 1958 where Santos; one son, Donald R. Great- he was a football player starting house, both of Huntington; three each year. He was a veteran of grandchildren, Raymond Andrew the United States Army, member (Andy) delosSantos, of Hunting- of American Legion Post #139, ton, Eliseo (Chico) delosSantos, Milton, Men’s Auxiliary 9738 and of Las Vegas, Nev., and Maria DAV. Before retirement he worked Ampudia of Yorba Linda, Calif.; at Adel Fastners and Elmac Corp in and one brother, George B. Hume Human Resources. Funeral services were held and wife, Marlene, of Palo, Mich. Funeral services were conducted Dec. 10 at Wallace Funeral Home Dec. 12 at Cross Roads United & Chapel, Barboursville. Burial Methodist Church, with Rev. Joe was in White Chapel Memorial Hill officiating. Burial was in Gardens, Barboursville. Military White Chapel Memorial Gardens, graveside rites were conducted by Barboursville. www.chapmans- the American Legion Post #139, Milton. mortuary.com.

GEORGE WILLIAM KNIGHT George William Knight, 67, of Lesage, died Monday, Dec. 8, 2014 in the Emogene Dolin Jones Hospice House. George was born Dec. 9, 1946 in Huntington, a son of the late George Oscar and Ethel Walker Knight. He was an avid Marshall fan. George was preceded in death by two sisters, Mary Jarrell and Georgie Ann Baumann. Survivors include his wife, Brenda Felix Knight, of Lesage; one daughter, Eugenia Carter Blake, of Barboursville; two sons, Anthony George Knight, of Lesage, and Kevin Eugene Carter, of Summersville; two grandchildren, Katie Gladwell and her husband, Drew, of Milton, and John Ethan Blake, of Barboursville; one greatgranddaughter, Emma Elizabeth Gladwell; three sisters, Gilberta Jean Ferrell, of Huntington, Erma Fay (Jack) Estep, of Barboursville, and Helen Kay (Frank) Chapman, of Proctorville, Ohio; one brother, Donald Lee (Kathy) Knight, of Scottstown, Ohio; several nieces, nephews, and many friends at work. Funeral services were held Dec. 11 at Chapman’s Mortuary, Huntington, with Pastor Dave Gladwell officiating. Veterans’ Honor Guard Post 16 conducted military graveside rites. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery. www. chapmans-mortuary.com.

GENTRY E. HYATT Gentry E. Hyatt, 87, of Barboursville, and previously of Bim, died Dec. 9, 2014 at the Emogene Dolin Hospice House with the promise “Absent from the body, Present with the Lord.” He was born Mar. 27, 1927 in Whittier, N.C., the son of the late John Ransom Hyatt and Maude Dills Hyatt Robinson. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by his wife, Pansy Campbell Hyatt; daughter, Carol June; brothers, William, Henry, Ed and Fred Hyatt, and Geter and Harrison Robinson; and sisters, Lois and Lucy Robinson. He is survived by son, James Ransom “Ranny” Hyatt (Janet Loftis); daughters, Letticia Patterson (Michael Patterson) and Gloria Strong; grandchildren, Jennifer Hyatt Sexton, Angie Strong Simmons and Paul Strong; great-grandchildren, Madelyn and Emma Sexton, Ashley, Jordan and Chelcey Simmons and Cheyene and Gentry Strong. He is also survived by his brother, Hoover Robinson. Gentry retired from Peabody Coal (Eastern Assoc.) Local 741 after 38 years and was a member of UMWA. He was a member of Cazy Freewill Baptist Church and attended Elmwood Baptist Church in Barboursville. Services were held Dec. 11 at Handley Funeral Home, Danville, with the Rev. Tom Price officiating. Burial followed in Boone Memorial Park, Madison.

AVA VIRGINIA MCCOY Ava Virginia McCoy, 99, of Huntington, died Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014 in St. Mary’s Medical Center. Ava was born Jul. 23, 1915 in Laura, Ky., a daughter of the late Robert H. & Ursla Fields Reed. She was a retired nurse from the Huntington State Hospital and a member of Lewis Memorial Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Homer D. McCoy; three daughters, Patty Hill, Nell McCoy and Virginia Morrison; and five brothers and five sisters. Survivors include five daughters, Joan Bragg, of Ohio, Loretta Young, of Ky., Gloria Ellis, Mary Vickers and Susan Burgess, all of W.Va.; two sons, Homer Doug McCoy, Jr., of Ga. and Charles H. McCoy, of W.Va.; 27 grandchildren, 57 great-grandchildren, 23 great-great grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services were conducted Dec. 12 at Lewis Memorial Baptist Church with Dr. David B. Lemming officiating. Burial was in Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. www.chapmans-mortuary.com.

JOY MARIE GRIFFIN Joy Marie Griffin, 60, of Huntington, passed away on Friday, Dec. 5, 2014 at Cabell Huntington Hospital. She was born Aug. 3, 1954 in Huntington. She was preceded in death by her father, James L. Garren. Joy was a retired teacher with the Wayne County Board of Education. She was a Children’s Christian Education Director. She is a member of Lewis Memorial Baptist Church. She is survived by her loving family, her husband, Robert Griffin; two sons, Cody and Alex Griffin, of Huntington; her mother, Annabelle Lang Garren; a brother and sister-in-law, Mark and Patricia Garren, of Hurricane; and a niece, Emily Garren. Funeral services were held Dec. 8 at Beard Mortuary with Rev. David Lemming officiating. Burial followed at Woodmere Memorial Park. www.beardmortuary.com. JAMES MONROE HARRIS James Monroe “Buster” Harris, 60, of Huntington, passed away Dec. 7 2014 in Cabell Huntington Hospital. He was born May 31, 1954 in Huntington, the son of Frederick Hartman Harris, of Huntington, and the late Patricia Vincon Harris. He was a general repair man. In addition to his father, he is also survived by one sister, Cheryl Scott, of Huntington; one brother, David Scott, of South Point, Ohio; and one son, Monroe Washington,

MARY ELLEN “PEACHIE” SANNS PARDUE Mary Ellen “Peachie” Sanns Pardue, 88, of Huntington, widow of B. M. “Morris” Pardue, passed away Thursday, Dec. 9, 2014 in Heritage Center as a result of injuries suffered in a fall at home in Oct. She was born Aug. 1, 1926 in Lesage, a daughter of late John and


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Elizabeth Cox Sanns. In addition to her husband, she was also preceded in death by two sons, Rodney Pardue and Brent Pardue; a grandson, Scott Hatfield; a daughter-in-law, Arbutus Pardue; six brothers and two sisters. She was a homemaker and attended Cox’s Landing United Methodist Church. Survivors include two daughters and a son-inlaw, Connie and Jim Roberts, and Amy Pardue, all of Huntington; one son, David Ray Pardue, also of Huntington; a sister, Joanne Wellman, of Barboursville; two daughters-in-law, Glory Pardue and Claudette Pardue; nine grandchildren, Eric Pardue, Melissa Cavender, Charles Roberts, Nathan Roberts, Tasha Pardue, Cheryl Chaffins, Lenny Chaffins, Natasha Hatfield and Gregory Hatfield; 12 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conducted Dec. 13 at Chapman’s Mortuary,

Huntington, with Rev. Carl Mouser and Pastor Bob Hogsett officiating. Burial followed in White Chapel Memorial Gardens. JUANITA TOMBLIN SPENCE Juanita Tomblin Spence, 76, of Huntington, passed away Friday, Dec. 5, 2014. She was born Nov. 18, 1938 in Logan, a daughter of the late Jess Tomblin and Dora Harmon Toth. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by four brothers, Sam, Raymond, Ronald and Rayburn Tomblin; two sisters, Geneva Aliff and Loredith Tomblin; grandson, Leonard Roy Farmer; and great-grandson, Jesse James Chapman. Survivors include her husband of 47 years, Jerry Francis Spence; three sons and daughters-in-law, Leonard and Karen Farmer, of Glasgow, Ky., James Mason and Heather Dillon, of Bowling Green,

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Ky., and Jerry Lee and Carla Spence, of Huntington; one daughter and son-in-law, Loretta and Rick Perko, of Smiths Grove, Ky.; 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren; brothers, Dana Tomblin, of Utah, and Danny Ray Toth, of Smiths Grove, Ky.; sisters, Rilda Cline, of Smiths Grove, Ky., and Janice (Allen) Moore, of Bowling Green, Ky.; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Juanita (Momma) loved her family, quilting, music and was an avid bowler. Funeral services were conducted Dec. 8 at the Reger Funeral Chapel, by Pastor Charles Cremeans. Burial followed in Community Memorial Gardens, Wayne.

Thursday, December 18, 2014 - Page 9 Eula Jean Stepp, also preceded him in death. He was a retired welder. Survivors include three daughters and two sons-in-law, Kimberly and Michael Anderson, of Plainfield, Ill., Laura Daniels, of Huntington, and Amanda and Kevin Rayburn, of Perry, Fla.; two sons, Richard Stepp and Charles Stepp, both of Huntington; three sisters, Elberta Ruth Clark, Nellia Nelson and Pyhllis Bett Siddiqi; 12 grandchildren, one great-grandchild; and three granddaughters he loved as daughters, Katey Daniels, Kasey Daniels and Kaley Stepp. There will be no services at this time, but a memorial service will be held at a later date. Chapman’s Mortuary is assisting the family.

RICHARD STEPP Richard Stepp, 68, of Huntington, passed away Dec. 8, 2014 at MELVIN LYLE STRATTON his sister’s home. Melvin Lyle Stratton, 84, of MilHe was born Dec. 22, 1945 in ton, passed away Monday, Dec. 8, Kermit, a son of the late Colbert 2014 at St. Mary’s Medical Center. and Ruby Jarrell Stepp. A sister, He was born May 12, 1930 in \DOWN 1. Trigonometry abbr. 2. Nanjing nanny 3. London art museum 4. Swiss leafy green 5. Barn loft 6. Squirrel’s nest 7. Unit of electrical resistance 8. Two-door car 9. Bellicose deity, Greek 10. Goes with sound? 11. Yemeni port 12. Lively 15. Seismic shake 20. Middle Eastern V.I.P.’s 22. Hi-___ 24. Winter flask 25. *”A Christmas _____” 26. Manila hemp 27. Muslim woman of high rank 29. “___ _ good example” 31. Vientiane location 32. Weasel’s aquatic cousin 33. _____-gritty 34. *A traditional holiday main course 36. Sub station 38. *Kitschy prop in “A Christmas Story” 42. Expressing a desire 45. Madagascar lemurs 49. India’s smallest state 51. “______ Private Ryan” 54. Like a cheddar variety 56. An aromatic wood 57. Welcome ____, pl. 58. Twelfth month of Jewish civil year 59. Fashion house founder Ricci 60. One’s final notice 61. The lowest female voice 62. *Elf on the Shelf’s report 63. Ripped 66. “What is it good for? Absolutely nothin’!” 68. Face cards are counted as this in Blackjack

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Page 10 - Thursday, December 18, 2014 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Administration/to Creditors Notice is hereby given that the following estate(s) have been opened for probate in the CABELL County Clerk’s Office at 750 5 TH AVENUE, H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of West Virginia Code 415-11 through 13. Any interested person objecting to the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within 90 days after the date of the first publication or within 30 days of the service of the notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not filed timely, the objection is forever barred. Any person interested in filing claims against an estate must file them in accordance with West Virginia Code 44-2 and 44-3. Settlement of the estate(s) of the following named decedent(s) will proceed without reference to a fiduciary commissioner unless within 90 days from the first publication of this notice a reference is requested by a party of interest or an unpaid creditor files a claim and

LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF CABELL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA

LEGAL NOTICE good cause is shown to support reference to a fiduciary commissioner. Publication Date: 2014/12/11 Claim Deadline Date: ******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3790 E S TAT E N A M E : JENNINGS BRUNTY EXECUTRIX: ORPHA SCARBERRY 2960 WINTERS RD H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25702******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3733 ESTATE NAME: FRED E GOSSETT EXECUTRIX: KATHY RYDER RT 2 BOX 336 ONA, WV 25545******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3732 E S TAT E N A M E : MARGARET T HOFSTETTER EXECUTRIX: ANN R BARKER 4347 POND ST WILLIAMSBURG, VA 23188******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3493 E S TAT E N A M E : CARMINE JERUSHA HUNTER A D M I N I S T R AT R I X : CANDICE WHITNEY 306 ROTARY ROAD H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25705-1212 F I D U C I A R Y COMMISSIONER: GREG HOWARD ******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3712 E S TAT E N A M E : THOMAS FLETCHER JEFFERSON

LEGAL NOTICE RESIDENCY STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA COUNTY OF CABELL, to-wit:

I, Roger Gothard, after being duly sworn, do say that I am the plaintiff in the foregoing Complaint CIVIL ACTION now pending in the Circuit NO. 13-G-48 Court of Cabell County, We s t Vi r g i n i a ; t h a t Charles Haynes, Sandra Medley + Tommy DEFENDANT Saunders Is not a resident of the THE OBJECT OF THIS State of West Virginia, and SUIT IS TO OBTAIN that the last known address GUARDIANSHIP is unknown, unknown It appearing by affidavit County, State of unknown. filed in this action that Sandra Medley + Tommy Diane Copeland, obo Saunders WVDHHR S e r v e u p o n R o g e r Plaintiff Gothard, whose address is unknown, Huntington, Taken, sworn to and West Virginia, an Answer, subscribed before me this including any related 5th day of December, 2014. information you may have My commission expires to the Petition. 3-16-2024. This Answer is due on or before the hearing of: Donna Wintz Wednesday, January Notary Public 14, 2015 at 4:30 p.m. At the Cabell County 2t 12-18, 12-25 cs C o u r t h o u s e , 7 5 0 5 th Avenue, Huntington, West Virginia, 2nd floor, Judge Ferguson Courtroom at which you may attend. ORDER OF PUBLICATION ENTERED by the Clerk CIRCUIT COURT OF of said Court, Jeffrey E. CABELL COUNTY, Hood. WEST VIRGINIA Roger Gothand obo Prestera, PLAINTIFF

Donna Wintz, Deputy Circuit Clerk Clerk of Court AFFIDAVIT OF NON-

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LEGAL NOTICE EXECUTRIX: LINDA SUE JEFFERSON 1 MAHOOD TRACE H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25705******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3653 E S TAT E N A M E : DONALD RAY MOORE EXECUTRIX: LISA ANN MOORE #7 NEDRA DRIVE BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3666 ESTATE NAME: TERRY LEE PORTER A D M I N I S T R AT R I X : SHANNA SPEARS 1533 SECOND STREET MILTON, WV 25541******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3652 ESTATE NAME: VIRGIL BRUCE ROBERTS EXECUTOR: RANDALL STEWART ROBERTS RT 2 BOX 450A SALT ROCK, WV 25559******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3519 E S TAT E N A M E : WYNONA E ROSS A N C I L L A R Y A D M I N I S T R AT O R : NATALIE ADKINS 9 0 4 S O U T H 1 0 0 TH PLAZA OMAHA, NE 68154ATTORNEY: I WILLIAM SIDER III P O BOX 2185 H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25722-2185 ******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3783 ESTATE NAME: RALPH A SCARBERRY EXECUTRIX: ELLA SCARBERRY

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RR 1 BOX 527C LESAGE, WV 25537******************* Subscribed and sworn to before me on 12/05/2014 KAREN S COLE Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Richard Hurley Deputy Clerk 2t 12-11, 12-18 cs

LEGAL NOTICE FINAL ACCOUNTING OR WAIVER OF SETTLEMENT To the Beneficiaries of the following Estate(s): I have before me the Final Accounting or Waiver of Final Settlement by the Executor(s) or Administrator(s) or the Estate of the following deceased persons: FRANK L. BROCE, JR. Notice is hereby given to you and each of you, that the undersigned Fiduciary Commissioner of the County Commission of Cabell County, West Virginia, has Received a Final accounting or a Waiver of a Final settlement from the appointed Executor(s) or Administrator(s) and that all persons having beneficial interest therein, may file any objections to said Accounting with the undersigned Fiduciary Commissioner, located

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ENTERED by the Clerk To the Beneficiaries of the of said Court, following Estate(s): Jeffrey E. Hood. Clerk of Court I have before me the Final Accounting or Waiver AFFIDAVIT OF NON- o f F i n a l S e t t l e m e n t RESIDENCY by the Executor(s) or STATE OF WEST Administrator(s) or the VIRGINIA Estate of the following COUNTY OF deceased persons: CABELL, to-wit: LAURA J. McDANALD WILLIAM R. MUNRO I, WVDHHR Janet Napier, FREDDIE LEE HAYES, LSW, after being duly SR. sworn, do say that I am the plaintiff in the foregoing Notice is hereby given Complaint now pending in to you and each of you, the Circuit Court of Cabell that the undersigned County, West Virginia; that Fiduciary Commissioner Any unknown relatives of of the County Commission Carol Life of Cabell County, West

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at 4 04 N inth Street, Suite 205, Huntington, West Virginia 25701, on or before the 6th day o f D e c e m b e r, 2 0 1 4 ; Otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of the Estate. All beneficiaries of said estates may appear on or before said day to examine said Accounting(s) and otherwise protect their interests.

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day you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay on the last day, March 31, 2015, will be as follows:

GIVEN under my hand GIVEN under my hand this 11th day of December, this 2nd day of December, 2014. 2014.

Amount of subsequent years taxes paid on the property, since the sale, with interest to March 31, 2015. $602.72

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Virginia, has Received a Final accounting or a Waiver of a Final settlement from the appointed Executor(s) or Administrator(s) and that all persons having beneficial interest therein, may file any objections to said Accounting with the

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law be excluded from all benefit of said Estate. All beneficiaries of the said Estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests.

law be excluded from all benefit of said Estate(s). All beneficiaries of said Estate(s) may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests.

W. STEPHEN FLESHER, FIDUCIARY GIVEN under my hand COMMISSIONER this 11th day of December, FOR CABELL 2014. COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA W. STEPHEN FLESHER, 2t, 12-11, 12-18 cs FIDUCIARY COMMISSIONER FOR CABELL COUNTY, WEST LEGAL NOTICE VIRGINIA TO THE CREDITORS 2t, 12-11, 12-18 cs AND BENEFICIARIES OF THE ESTATES OF: MILDRED ANN CHILDERS, FRED P. LEGAL NOTICE JOHNSON and JAMES ALBAN To the Beneficiaries of the MARSHALL following Estate(s): EARL J. PRICHARD All persons having claims PATRICIA GOAD against the Estates of said MILDRED ANN A l l p e r s o n s h a v i n g CHILDERS, FRED P. claims against the above JOHNSON and JAMES E s t a t e ( s ) , d e c e a s e d , ALBAN MARSHALL, whether due or not, are Deceased, whether due or notified to exhibit their not are notified to exhibit claim(s), with the voucher the same, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, there, legally verified, to to the undersigned, at 404 the undersigned at 642 Ninth Street, Suite 205, Main Street, Ste. 201, Huntington, West Virginia B a r b o u r s v i l l e , We s t 25701, on or before the Virginia 25504, on or 30th day of January, 2015, before March 11, 2015, otherwise they may by otherwise they may by

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Is not a resident of the CAROL LIFE, State of West Virginia, and DEFENDANT that the last known address is unknown, unknown THE OBJECT OF THIS County, State of unknown. SUIT IS TO OBTAIN GUARDIANSHIP WVDHHR It appearing by affidavit Janet Napier, LSW filed in this action that Plaintiff Any unknown relatives of Carol Life Taken, sworn to and Serve upon Janet Napier, subscribed before me this obo WVDHHR, whose 11 th day of December, address is 2699 Park Ave., 2014. My commission Huntington, WV 25704 expires March 8, 2022. an Answer, including any related information you Wendy Billups may have to the Petition. Notary Public This Answer is due on or before the hearing 2t 12-18, 12-25 cs of: 4 p.m. Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at At the Cabell County C o u r t h o u s e , 7 5 0 5 th LEGAL NOTICE Avenue, Huntington, West Virginia, 2nd floor, Judge FINAL ACCOUNTING Ferguson Courtroom at OR WAIVER OF which you may attend. SETTLEMENT

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GREGORY L. HOWARD, JR. Fiduciary Commissioner County of Cabell State of West Virginia 2t, 12-11, 12-18 cs

LEGAL NOTICE (2013-S-00000506 – Cabell County – BERNARD ADKINS) To: ETHEL GIBSON, HEIRS OF ALMA HEDRICK, MARY M E A D , V I O L E T D AV I S , TENNESSE MCCLELLAN GLOVER, RONALD MCCLELLAN, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders. Yo u w i l l t a k e n o t i c e t h a t BERNARD ADKINS, the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2013-S-00000506, .25 AC BRYAN CRK 10019A LF BARKER RDG RD GL’W, located in UNION, which was returned delinquent in the name of HEDRICK ALMA -ETALS, and for which the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the sheriff of Cabell County at the sale for the delinquent taxes made on the 29 th day of October, 2013, has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him or her on or after April 1, 2015, as provided by law, unless before that

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undersigned Fiduciary Commissioner, located at 40 4 N inth Street, Suite 205, Huntington, West Virginia 25701, on or before the 6th day o f D e c e m b e r, 2 0 1 4 ; Otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of the Estate.

Amount equal to the taxes and charges due on the date of the sale, with interest, to March 31, 2015. $431.26

Amount paid for Title Examination and preparation of the list to be served and for preparation and service of notice with interest from January 1, 2013 following the sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2015. $847.64 Amount paid for other statutory costs with Interest from following the sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2015. 0.00 Total Amount Payable to Sheriff – cashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable to The Honorable Thomas W. McComas, Sheriff a n d Tr e a s u r e r o f C a b e l l County. $1,881.62 Cost of Certification of Redemption – cashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable to The Honorable Glen B. Gainer, III, State Auditor. $35.00 You may redeem at any time before March 31, 2015 by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Return to WV State Auditor’s Office, County Collections Office, Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305. Questions please call 1-888509-6568. 3t 12-11, 12-18, 12-25 cs

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All beneficiaries of said estates may appear on or before said day to examine said Accounting(s) and otherwise protect their interests. GIVEN under my hand this 11th day of December, 2014.

W. STEPHEN FLESHER, FIDUCIARY COMMISSIONER FOR CABELL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA 2t, 12-18, 12-25

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LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Administration/to Creditors Notice is hereby given that the following estate(s) have been opened for probate in the CABELL County Clerk’s Office at 750 5 TH AVENUE, H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of West Virginia Code 415-11 through 13. Any interested person objecting to the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within 90 days after the date of the first publication or within 30 days of the service of the notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not filed timely, the objection is forever barred. Any person interested in filing claims against an estate must file them in accordance with West Virginia Code 44-2 and 44-3. Settlement of the estate(s) of the following named decedent(s) will proceed without reference to a fiduciary commissioner unless within 90 days from the first publication of this notice a reference is requested by a party of interest or an unpaid creditor files a claim and good cause is shown to support reference to a fiduciary commissioner. Publication Date: 2014/12/18 Claim Deadline Date: ******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3710 E S TAT E N A M E : CHARLES W ALLEN EXECUTRIX: SHIRLEY JEAN ALLEN

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LEGAL NOTICE 4751 BALLS BRANCH RD CULLODEN, WV 25510******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3637 ESTATE NAME: LINDA LOU BLACK EXECUTRIX: LUCINDA SUE BLEVINS 5879 DAVIS CREEK ROAD TRAILER 1 BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3811 E S TAT E N A M E : WILMA LOUISE BURDETTE A D M I N I S T R AT R I X : SHIRLEY REYNOLDS 1130 13TH AVE H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25701******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3612 E S TAT E N A M E : DONALD JAMES CHAPMAN EXECUTRIX DBN: THELMA JEAN CHAPMAN 281 LAWHORN ST MILTON, WV 25541******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3723 E S TAT E N A M E : SAUNDRA MARIE KIRBY A D M I N I S T R AT O R : GREGORY A KIRBY RT 2 BOX 362 ONA, WV 25545******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3810 E S TAT E N A M E : LILLIAN MAE SWANN A N C I L L A R Y EXECUTRIX: CRYSTAL SWANN BLACKDEER 17801 DONAHOO RD TONGANOXIE, KS 66086******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3750 E S TAT E N A M E : CAROLYN THOMAS A D M I N I S T R AT O R : SCOTT THOMAS 2166 ARCHET LANE FREDERICK, MD 21702******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3453 ESTATE NAME: LOUIE

LEGAL NOTICE TORLONE EXECUTRIX: THERESA M TORLONE 102 WEST 11TH AVENUE H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25701-3121 ******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3769 E S TAT E N A M E : NANCY R WELSH EXECUTRIX: BETH ANN WELSH 4 3 6 4 1 6 TH S T R E E T ROAD H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25701******************* Subscribed and sworn to before me on 12/12/2014 KAREN S COLE Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Richard Hurley Deputy Clerk 2t 12-18, 12-25 cs

LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Administration Notice is hereby given that the following estate(s) have been opened for probate in the CABELL County Clerk’s Office at 750 5 TH AVENUE, H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of West Virginia Code 415-11 through 13. Any interested person objecting to the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within 90 days after the date of the first publication or within thirty days of the service of the notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not filed timely, the objection is forever barred.

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Claims against the estate(s) must be filed in accordance with the West Virginia Code 44-2-2 if assigned to a fiduciary c o m m i s s i o n e r. I f n o reference to a fiduciary commissioner is listed herein, claims against the estate(s) must be filed in accordance with West Vi rg i n i a C o d e 4 4 - 1 14A(10). ******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3383 E S TAT E N A M E : HURSTON GUE A D M I N I S T R AT R I X : TAMMY BAILEY 1347 BOWEN CREEK ROAD BRANCHLAND, WV 25506-9600 ******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3404 E S TAT E N A M E : C L AY T O N F L O Y D INSCOE CO ADMINISTRATOR: STACY HENRY 418 AUGUSTA DRIVE H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25704-9006 CO ADMINISTRTOR: JOSEPH INSCOE 527 ROCKWOOD AVENUE CHESAPEAKE, OH 45619-1122 ******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3407 E S TAT E N A M E : DOROTHY BROWN EXECUTOR: RANDAL D BROWN 3 2 5 ½ 9 T H AV E N U E WEST H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25701-2531 ******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3413 ESTATE NAME: JANET LOUISE DUNKLE EXECUTOR: VERLIN TIMOTHY DUNKLE 3011 WASHINGTON BLVD H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25705-1632 AT T O R N E Y: RYA N TURNER 741 5TH AVE H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25701-2010

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******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3414 ESTATE NAME: EARL WALDRON EXECUTOR: ROBERT WALDRON 21 HILLENDALE DRIVE H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25705-3746 AT T O R N E Y: W MERTON PRUNTY 430 SIXTH AVENUE H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25701-1910 ******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3418 ESTATE NAME: GARY PAUL BOURN A D M I N I S T R AT R I X : BARBARA BOURN 999 SUNSET TERR MILTON, WV 255411036 ******************* ESTATE NUMBER: 3419 ESTATE NAME: PAUL BROWNING EXECUTRIX: RUTH BROWNING 600 12TH AVE H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25701-3222 ATTORNEY: MOLLY FRICKE BAILES, CRAIG & YON 401 10TH STREET H U N T I N G TO N , W V 25701******************* Subscribed and sworn to before me on 12/12/2014 KAREN S COLE Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Richard Hurley Deputy Clerk

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adoption of an ordinance, Such ordinance is filed the subject matter of which i n t h e C i t y C l e r k ’s office, Room 16, City is as follows: Hall, Huntington, WV, A N O R D I N A N C E where the same may be OF C O U N C I L inspected by the public, AUTHORIZING THE and interested parties may MAYOR TO ENTER appear at the meeting and INTO A FIVE (5) YEAR be heard with respect to LEASE AGREEMENT the proposed Ordinance. TO F I N A N C E TURNOUT GEAR FOR Dated: 12/9/2014 T H E H U N T I N G TO N Barbara Nelson, City Clerk FIRE DEPARTMENT Such ordinance is filed i n t h e C i t y C l e r k ’s office, Room 16, City Hall, Huntington, WV, where the same may be inspected by the public, and interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed Ordinance. Dated: 12/9/2014 Barbara Nelson, City Clerk 1t, 12-18 cs

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LEGAL NOTICE COMMISSIONER’S NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF A REPORT IN THE MATTER OF THE SETTLEMENT OF THE ACCOUNTS OF: Waiver of Final Settlement of Gregory L. Howard, Jr. for the Estates of: RONALD L. HOOSER and JEAN ANN GEORGE

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LEGAL NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS AND BENEFICIARIES OF THE ESTATE OF: JUDITH KAY BARR All persons having claims against the Estate of said JUDITH KAY BARR, Deceased, whether due or not are notified to exhibit the same, with the voucher there, legally verified, to the undersigned at 642 Main Street, Ste. 201, B a r b o u r s v i l l e , We s t Virginia 25504, on or before March 18, 2015, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said Estate. All beneficiaries of the said Estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests.

LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on the 22nd day of December, 2014 at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, the Council of the City of Huntington, in Council Chambers, at City Hall, Huntington, WV, proposes to finally vote on the adoption of an ordinance, the subject matter of which is as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF COUNCIL AMENDING, MODIFYING AND REENACTING ARTICLE 200 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF HUNTINGTON, AS REVISED, C O N C E R N I N G W O R K I N G CONDITIONS FOR NON CONTRACTUAL EMPLOYEES

Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Fiduciary Commissioner of the County Commission of Cabell County, West Virginia, has completed his reports in the abovecaptioned matter(s). You are further notified that such reports will be retained by the said Commissioner at his office until January 19 2015, to permit examination by interested parties and the filing of exceptions hereto, after which time, said Reports will be filed with the Clerk of the Cabell County Commission. Dated this 9th day of December, 2014. GREGORY L. HOWARD, JR. Fiduciary Commissioner County of Cabell

GIVEN under my hand this 9th day of December, 2014. GREGORY L. HOWARD, JR. Fiduciary Commissioner County of Cabell State of West Virginia 2t, 12-18, 12-25


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