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BIG BUBBA SERVES UP CHAMPIONSHIP BBQ AT NEW MILTON RESTAURANT By Jack Bailey firstname.lastname@example.org
Submitted by Jim Parsons The Village of Barboursville Elementary School opened its doors Aug. 13th for the 2012-12 s c h o o l ye a r. Pictured on the opening day is Caleb Parsons with his last year's kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Bunn, left and his new 1st g rad e teac he r, M r s. Ca r t e r. Caleb said he was glad to be back in school with his friends.
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M I LT O N – J a m e s “ B i g B u b b a” Ne w t o n i s p u t t i n g all the knowl edge he gained during 25 years of BBQ competitions on display at his new Milton restaurant, Big Bubba's Championship BBQ. The new restaurant opened earlier this summer and features a variety of sauces that Big Bubba h a s c a r e f u l l y c r a f t e d ov e r the years. “I really wanted to open a family restaurant where people could come and e n j oy g o o d f o o d a t a g o o d p r i c e ,” B i g B u b b a s a i d .
Big Bubba's Championship BBQ is now open in Milton, next to Tudor's and GoMart. In addition to award winning BBQ, customers may see some of these friendly faces at the new restaurant; (seated from left) Kaitlyn Blake and Morgan Blake and (standing from left) Amanda Sowards, Kara Blake, Kim Newton, James “Big Bubba” Newton, and executive chef Aaron Mays. Photo by Jack Bailey.
“Most of my dinners are $7 and my sandwich combos are $5 and that includes your drink and c h i p s . Yo u c a n ' t e a t a t M c D o n a l d ' s o r We n d y ' s for that price and here you are getting real quali t y, freshly prepared f o o d .” Big Bubba's menu features a variety of sandwich combos including pulled pork, pulled beef, chicken breast, philly cheese steak, hot ham and cheese and a brisket sandwich. A l l o f t h e m e a t i s s l ow l y seasoned in hickory smoke for up to 20 hours, SEE BBQ ON PAGE 3
Cabell Huntington Hospital Family Medical Center at Merritts Creek welcomes Marc Hettlinger, MD HUNTINGTON – Marc He t t l i n g e r, M D, has joined the Cabell Hunti n g t o n Ho s p i t a l Fa m i l y Medical Center at Merritts Creek in Barboursville and is accepting new patients. D r. He t t l i n g e r, a n i n ternal medicine specialist, will provide routine medical care for adults at the Cabell Huntington Hospital Fa m i l y Me d i c a l Ce n t e r located at 100 Meadow Pointe in Barboursville. D r. M a r y M a r c u z z i s e e s
Dr. Hettlinger is now accepting new patients; joins Dr. Mary Marcuzzi at Cabell Huntington Hospital Family Medical Center at Merritts Creek, Barboursville.
adults and children as patients at the same location. D r. He t t l i n g e r e a r n e d his medical degree and completed his residency in internal medicine at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. To m a k e a n a p p o i n t ment with D r. Hett l i n g e r o r D r. M a r c u z z i , please call 304-3992990. Cabell Huntington Hospital is a 313-bed
academic medical center located in Huntington, We s t Virginia. Cabell Huntington cares for patients from more than 29 counties t h r o u g h o u t We s t V i r ginia, eastern Kentucky and southern Ohio. Opened in 1956, it is a teaching hospital and is affiliated with Marshall University Schools of Medicine and Nursing.
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Page 2 –Tuesday,August 21,2012 CCCSO still has Farmer’s Market Vouchers You can come to 724 10th Avenue, Monday – Friday between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. to pick them up. Vouchers are for Seniors 60 and above, please bring your identification (ID and Utility Bill). Call Teresa at 304-529-4952 if you have any questions.
Collis P. Huntington Railroad Society Meeting What: Collis P. Huntington Railroad Historical Society Inc. When: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 28, 2012. Where: 1323 8th Ave., Huntington, WV 25701 Program and meeting are open to the public. For more information, call executive director Don Maxwell at 304-523-0364.
Blood Drive at Milton Baptist A Blood Drive will be held on Saturday, August 25, from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Milton Baptist Church (gym) in honor of Art Powers.
American Legion Post 139 Bingo American Legion Post 139, 1207 Main St., Milton hosts Bingo every Friday with Early bird at 6:30 p.m. and Regular bingo at 7 p.m. Fridays. Cost: $5 packets (two packet minimum). For more information, call 304743-3149.
WV Pumpkin Festival Children’s Pageant 2012 WV Pumpkin Festival Children's Pageant will be held on Saturday, August 25th, 12:00 p.m. at the WV Pumpkin Park, Milton, WV in the Air Conditioned Entertainment Building. The pageant is open to girls, ages 0-12 years and boys, ages 0-5 years. For an application call 304638-8115.
Sobriety Checkpoint There will be a sobriety checkpoint conducted on Friday, August 24, 2012 at approximately
2000 hours in front of Chapman Funeral Home, on WV Route 34 in Teays Valley, West Virginia. The purpose of the checkpoint will be the detection and apprehension of suspected drunken drivers, as well as the enforcement of the traffic laws of the State of WV. The checkpoint will be operated from 2000 hours until 0200 hours for a total of 6 hours.
Hamlin High School, Class of 1962 Reunion Friday, September 7, 3:30 pm Tour of Hamlin Middle School (formerly Hamlin High) and 4:15 pm, Tour of Lincoln High School. (Optional)… 6-9 pm Lincoln County High Commons Area, general get-together; bring your own food/snacks and soft drinks. The last hour, music and singing will be provided by Lonnie Adkins and his Roadrunner Band. Saturday, September 8, 1-4 pm there will be a luncheon and other activities at Tascali’s Decades Restaurant (open menu.). Tascali's is located on US Route 60, Barboursville, River Place Plaza.
Experience Paint Ball! Paintball Field, every Saturday & Sunday. Directions: Turn left at Beech Fork State Park entrance. Field will be open most weekends. Call Richie Merritt at 304-6973267 or visit www.geocities.com/xplosivepaintball. Xplosive Paintball, 6676 Beech Fork Road, Barboursville.
Mall Walkers! 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday-Friday. Community members can come and walk the ‘medical mall’! A mile equals 6-1/2 laps. Call Patty Dickey, 304-399-2367. HIMG Regional Medical Center, 5170 US 60 East, Huntington. FREE!
CCCSO’s to hold Annual Cabell County Senior Picnic CCCSO’s Annual Cabell County Senior Picnic (for Seniors 60’s and above) will be held on Friday September 21, 2012 from
10am-2pm at Ritter Park. Theme this year is 40’s, 50’s, 60’s Happy Days. Entertainment, lunch and games provided. Call Teri at 304-529-4952 for transportation. “CCCSO, for the Seniors”
Parking Lot Sale – Sept. 8th The annual Parking Lot Sale will be held Sept. 8, 2012 at Valley (Wave Pool) Park. It’s that time of the year again to gather all the old clothes and unwanted items. So, clear out your closets and bring your items to the parking lot sale held at the Wave Pool parking lot. Call the Putnam County Parks and Recreation office at 562-0518 ext. 10 and reserve a space for $15.00. Time is 8 – 2 p.m. (cancel if rain).
Ebenezer Medical Outreach offers assistance for low-income Seniors Ebenezer Medical Outreach, Douglass Center, 1448 10th Ave., provides free primary care, medications assistance and referral for the low income that are without Medicaid and Medicare. Services are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 304-529-0753 for more information.
M.A.R.S. Medically Assisted Recovery Support This is another outreach of Milton Baptist Church to help young people with recovery from alcohol or a drug addiction. This group meets every Friday evening from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. If you know someone who needs this ministry please contact the church office 304-743-3461, or Bobbie Swan 304-743-6814.
Rental Space Available Milton fire department rents out the building for special occasions such as birthday parties, showers, reunions, etc. For rental information, call Kenney-304743-6994
Shifty Fifties Car Show A classic car show is coming to Valley Park in Hurricane, WV on September 16, 2012. Car enthusiasts are welcome to show off their automobiles by registering
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between 9:00a.m. and 1 p.m. The top 50 vehicles will receive an award. The first 100 cars entered into the judging will receive a dash plaque. There will be 12 specials including best of show. The Putnam County Convention and Visitors Bureau (PCCVB) co-sponsors the event with the Putnam County Parks and Recreation Commission (PCPRC). They have joined forces with Cliff Messer, a correspondent for the Golden Oldies Street Road Association, to help promote the car show. Mr. Messer has over 18 years of car show experience. Awards for the car show will be presented at 4:00 p.m. and all proceeds from the event will go toward more PCCVB and PCPRC events. For more information please call 304-562-0518 ext. 10 or 304-562-0727 ext. 102.
Milton Baptist Church is hosting a Baby Shower and you are invited! The Woman's Choice Pregnancy Resource Center in Charleston provides counseling, medical care, and baby items to needy Mommas-to-be. The shower is like a traditional baby shower with gifts, cake, punch, and GAMES. All the gifts will be used to stock the Center's supplies, so they can share with Mommas who can use a little help. The baby items can be new and gently-loved – diapers and wipes are especially in need. Please do not wrap or gift-bag your gifts. The shower will be held at Milton Baptist Church on Sunday, September 23rd at 1:00 PM for the community. The church is located at 1123 Church Street in Milton. If you are unable to attend the shower but have items you would like to donate, the items may be dropped off at Milton Baptist Church or Source4 in Perry Morris Square - Milton.
Classes offered at nderwood Senior Center The following classes are offered at the Underwood Senior Center, 632 9th Ave., Huntington: Free Senior Wellness Program exercises for strength, flexibility and cardiovascular, 1 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday, and 1:30 p.m. Fridays. Dancing, 2 p.m. every Monday. Aerobics, 2 p.m. every Wednesday. Tai-Chi for health and wellbeing, 1-1:30 p.m. every Friday.
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2012 WV Pumpkin Festival Queen & Teen's Pageant 2012 WV Pumpkin Festival Queen & Teen's Pageant will be held on Sunday, August 26th, 2:00 p.m. at the WV Pumpkin Park, Milton, WV, in the Air Conditioned Entertainment Building. Queen contestants, ages 16-21, and Teen contestants, ages 13-15, must be a resident of West Virginia. The 2012 WV Pumpkin Festival Queen will not only reign over the WV Pumpkin Festival but will also receive $500 Cash Scholarship, $500 Clothing Allowance, Crown, Trophy, Banner and represent the WV Pumpkin Festival at the 2013 WV Association of Fairs & Festivals Pageant. For an application go to www.wvpumpkinpark.com or call 304-638-5722 or 304-7431766.
Real Country performs at Milton VFW The group Real Country will be performing a mix of country, classic rock and bluegrass music every Friday from 7-10 p.m. at the Milton VFW (across from the fairgrounds, Milton). Concessions will be sold. This is a non-alcoholic event. Cost: $6; admission is free for children 12 and under. For more details, call 304-743-6197.
Leaps and Bounds Enrolling Students Leaps and Bounds Early Learning Center, a Christian, developmental preschool for children ages 18-months to six years old, is currently enrolling students for the 2012-2013 school year. The preschool, located at Teays Valley Presbyterian in Scott Depot, provides lots of positive, hands-on, individual guidance for children to discover and learn through play at theme based centers. For more information call 304-757-6073 or go online at www.teaysvalleypresby.com.
Weight Watchers Group Meeting Tuesday evenings, 6:30 p.m., weigh-in starting at 5:30 p.m. Milton Woman’s Club, Mason Street, Milton.
Benefit Auction and Ice Cream Social Guyandotte Baptist Association Church Camp will have a Benefit Auction and Ice Cream Social on Saturday, Aug. 25 at 2 p.m. There will be food, music, auction items, dunking booth and a bouncy house for the kids.
The Cabell Standard BBQ FROM PAGE 1 Big Bubba said. Dinners include BBQ spaghetti, Cajun jambalaya, Cajun catfish, grilled chicken salad, or Big Bubba's special take on nachos and cheese piled high with pulled pork and smothered in cheese. “I have 25 different sauces here that I develo p e d t h r o u g h t h e y e a r s ,” Big Bubba said. “I have worked a lot of different places and have sat and experimented and think t h a t t a s t i n g i s b e l i e v i n g .” Big Bubba said that he d e v e l o p e d h i s l ov e o f B B Q a s a y o u n g s t e r. H e s a i d that there used to be a roadside BBQ maker who would set up his smoker Barboursville on near U.S. 60 and sell BBQ. Big Bubba said that he would ride his bike from Huntington to spend time with the man and learn
Community News from him. “If you listen you can l e a r n a l o t ,” h e s a i d . “ Pe o ple have forgotten the old ways of smoking meat and d o i n g t h i n g s .” Big Bub ba took his love of BBQ onto the competitive BBQ competition circuit where for 25 years he traveled the country competing in various BBQ e v e n t s . He h a s w o n c o u n t less titles for his BBQ, and while he has been away from the competitive circuit for a couple of y e a r s n o w, h e s a y s t h a t one day he will return to competition. In fact, Big Bubba said that he would like to one day bring a BBQ competition to Milton. Such an event, he said, would be a boon to the local economy bringing in hundreds, if not thousands, of competitors. Big Bubba said that he
would also like to develop a team of local students to compete in BBQ comp e t i t i o n s . He s a i d t h a t h e would like to work with e i t h e r l o c a l F FA o r B o y Scout groups to develop the competition team. Big Bubba said that it is important for him to be involved in the local comm u n i t y. To t h a t e n d , i n addition to wanting to develop a youth BBQ competition team, he also actively supports local churches and their causes with his cooking. He is provid ing the food f or an upcoming Guyandotte Baptist Association Church Camp Benefit Au c t i o n o n S a t u r d a y, Au g . 25. “I would like to see peop l e h e l p p e o p l e a g a i n ,” h e said. Big Bubba practices what he preaches. During a recent lunch time visit
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to his restaurant, two Australian tourists s t o p p e d b y. I n a d d i t i o n t o serving the couple a tasty BBQ meal, Big Bubba also helped them with directions to their next destin a t i o n t o Te n n e s s e e , a n d gave them advice on where to stay and eat when they eventually made their way to Florida. “ Yo u h a v e t o t a k e c a r e o f y o u r c u s t o m e r s ,” B i g Bubba said. While only open for two months, the new restaurant has already developed a few regular customers. Big Bubba personally greets ever yone who comes in the doors of the restaurant and even knows the orders of some of his regulars. Fo r t h o s e w h o d o n ' t want to dine in, Big Bubba's has a drive thru
window and people can phone in their orders for p i c k u p. Big Bubba said that he picked Milton for his new restaurant because his wife, Kim, is originally from the area, and that he sees a great deal of potential for the area to continue growi ng in the future. Big Bubba's Championship BBQ is located at 327 Summers Addition, Milton, which is right bes i d e G o - M a r t a n d Tu d o r ' s . The restaurant is open seven days a week from 11 a . m . t o 9 p. m . d a i l y f o r l u n c h a n d d i n n e r. Fo r m o re i n f o r m a t i o n , or to place a pick-up o r d e r, c a l l B i g B u b b a ' s a t (304) 743-4889. Big Bubba's also has a Fa c e b o o k p a g e t h a t y o u can like to receive updates and additional information.
National Youth Soccer Tournament returning to Barboursville By Jack Bailey email@example.com
BARBOURSVILLE –The U . S . Yo u t h S o c c e r R e g i o n 1 Championships will be returning to Barboursville in 2015 and 2 0 1 6 , t h e We s t V i r g i n i a Soccer Association ann o u n c e d M o n d a y, A u g . 13. The tournament, part o f t h e c o u n t r y ’s l a r g e s t and most prestigious national youth soccer tournament was previously held in Barboursville in 2009 and 2010. “The Barboursville area is anxious to welcome the thousands of visitors associated with the U.S. Yo u t h S o c c e r R e g i o n I Championships. With $14 million of economic impact estimated, our community will also benefit from this large and prest i g i o u s e v e n t ,” s a i d B a r b o u r s v i l l e Ma yo r Pa u l Tu r m a n . “ We a r e p l e a s e d to have the opportunity to once again show our soccer families our bustling city and share our southern hospital-
i t y.” The 2015 and 2016 U.S. Yo u t h S o c c e r R e g i o n I Championships are estimated to provide more than $14 million per year in economic impact to the local area, according to the state soccer association. Local restaurants, hotels, retail stores and others will benefit from the more than 5,000 players, coaches, teams and tournament officials, who also bring along their families to the sixday tournament. Visitors will book an estimated 31,000 room nights at area hotels. The top 272 b o y s a n d g i r l s U . S . Yo u t h Soccer teams in a multistate region will compete f o r t h e U . S . Yo u t h S o c c e r Region I Championships, in Barboursville. “ We a r e e x c i t e d t o h a v e the Region I Champio n s h i p s i n We s t V i r g i n i a for a second time and look for ward to working w i t h U . S . Yo u t h S o c c e r a n d R e g i o n I ,” s a i d L e n R o g e r s , p r e s i d e n t o f We s t Virginia Soccer Associat i o n . “ E a c h y e a r, t h e n a -
t i o n’s t o p p l a y e r s l o o k for ward to another two years of incredible competition as the best teams in Region I earn their way from state championships to these r e g i o n a l c h a m p i o n s h i p s .” T h e U . S . Yo u t h S o c c e r Region I Championships, which will feature top t e a m s i n t h e Un d e r- 1 2 t h r o u g h Un d e r- 1 9 a g e groups, begins with opening ceremonies held at Joan C. Edwards Stadium on the Marshall Un i v e r s i t y c a m p u s. Pre liminary games will be played at the Barboursville Soccer Complex and YMCA Kennedy C e n t e r. “This tournament will be a wonderful opportunity for us to showcase We s t V i r g i n i a ' s t r u e h o s pitality and friendly people, while welcoming thousands of eager soccer players, their families and fans to the Barboursville a r e a ,” said G o v. E a r l R a y To m b l i n . “Congratulations to all who worked on the proposal and secured this prominent tournament
f o r t h e r e g i o n .” U . S . Yo u t h S o c c e r S t a t e Cup champions and select runners-up from 15 state associations, inc l u d i n g h o s t We s t V i r ginia Soccer Association, will participate. The other state associations represented are Connecticut, Delaware, E a s t e r n N e w Yo r k , E a s t er n Pennsylvania, Mar yl a n d , M a s s a c h u s e t t s , Ne w H a m p s h i r e , N e w J e r s e y, N e w Yo r k We s t , P e n n s y l v a n i a We s t , R h o d e I s l a n d , Ve r m o n t , a n d V i r g i n i a .
Regional winners of the Un d e r - 1 3 t h r o u g h Un d e r 19 brackets earn a berth to the 2015 and 2016 U.S. Yo u t h S o c c e r N a t i o n a l Championships. “I am thrilled to see this huge event coming b a c k t o We s t V i r g i n i a ,” s a i d We s t V i r g i n i a S t a t e Senator Robert Plymale. “ I ’m a l s o h o n o r e d t o h a v e been a part of the cond u i t t o h o s t t h e U S Yo u t h Soccer Region I Championships twice in eight y e a r s .”
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RECIPE OF THE WEEK:
Lemon Cooler Cream Cake Ingredients 1 (18.25 ounce) package lemon cake mix 1 cup hot water 1 cup cold water 2 (3 ounce) packages lemon flavored gelatin mix 1 cup milk 1 (3.4 ounce) package instant vanilla pudding mix 1 (8 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
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Marshall men's, women's Soccer Teams to play home games at Hurricane High By Jack Bailey firstname.lastname@example.org
Art by Natalie Larson
Directions Prepare cake and bake according to package directions in a 9x13 inch baking dish. With a fork, poke holes all over top of cake. Combine 1 cup hot water and 1 cup cold water with one package of lemon gelatin. Stir until gelatin is dissolved, and pour mixture over cake. Chill in refrigerator until cool. In large bowl stir together milk, vanilla pudding mix and remaining package of lemon gelatin until powders are dissolved. Fold in whipped topping and spread mixture over cake. Refrigerate until serving.
August Anniversaries! Larry & Janet Venoy Kenny & Tammy Shull
Happy Birthday to ALL Keith Zimmerman (August 21st) Shaun Blake Aug. 23rd Andrew Linville Natasha Robinson Ann Payne Brenda Keaton Leisha Campbell Darren Ball Carl Davis Chris Venoy Lisa Morris Karigan Paugh Eric Gill Jacqueline L. Chevalier Kenneth McCloud If you - or someone you know Barbara A. Nelson will be celebratrating a Clara J. Owens Deborah J. Owens birthday in the coming months... Sandra K. Farrar Call 304-743-6731 and give us Lisa E. Pressley their name - OR just email the Kelci Armstead information to Brad Armstead Linda Armstead email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org HURRICANE – Both Un i v e r s i t y ' s Marshall men's and women's soccer teams will play home games at Hurricane High School this fall, while a new multi-million dollar soccer complex is built in Huntington. Marshall Un i v e r s i t y ' s men's soccer team will split the hosting of its home matches between Hurricane High School a n d t h e F i e l d s a t Tr a c e Fo r k i n C h a r l e s t o n . I n a l l , the men's team will play four home matches at Hurricane High School this fall. The men's soccer games to be played in Hurr icane are as follows: • S a t u r d a y, O c t . 1 3 v s . S o u t h C a r o l i n a a t 7 p. m . • We d n e s d a y, O c t . 1 7 v s . K e n t u c k y a t 7 p. m . • Tu e s d a y, O c t . 2 3 v s . F I U a t 7 p. m . • S a t u r d a y, N o v. 3 v s . U C F a t 7 p. m .
“ I t ’s u n f o r t u n a t e w e will have to play this seas o n’s h o m e g a m e s o u t side of Huntington on u n f a m i l i a r f i e l d s ,” s a i d men's head coach Bob G r a y, “ b u t w e f e e l r e a l l y good about the team we have returning this year and with the addition of some quality newcomers we have ever y reason to be excited about the seas o n a h e a d .” Marshall's women's soccer team will play two home games at Hurr icane High School this season, in addition to games at Huntington High School. Marshall's women's team will take on UTEP o n S u n d a y, S e p t . 2 3 , a t 1 p. m . a t Hu r r i c a n e Hi g h School, and will face S M U o n S u n d a y, O c t . 1 4 , a t 1 p. m . a t H u r r i c a n e . T he m ove to p l ay g am e s outside of Huntington this season came as the result of growth in Marshall's athletic department. A new indoor practice facility and sports medicine facility are under construction
on the site where the men's and women's soccer teams previously played. At the same time, a new $5.4 million soccer complex is under construction for the men's and women's soccer teams on t h e s i t e o f t h e o l d Ve t e r ans Memor ial Fieldhouse in Huntington. The new soccer facility is expected to be completed in time for the 2013 fall soccer seasons. "Who are we to question what's being done, when you consider what we're going to get?" said Thundering Herd women's soccer coach K e v i n L o n g . " We h a v e a new facility being built for us, and we should look around and see some of the challenges other sports have had h e r e w i t h p l a c e s t o p l a y. We d o n ' t d a r e f o r a s e c ond complain. It's going to be state-of-the-art facility; it's nothing but w i n - w i n o n o u r e n d .”
Ohio Valley Banc Corp. Reports Higher Second Quarter Earnings S TA F F R E P O R T HUNTINGTON -- Ohio Va l l e y B a n c C o r p. h a s r e ported consolidated net income for the quarter e n d e d Ju n e 3 0 , 2 0 1 2 , o f $1,719,000, an increase of 10.5 percent from the $1,555,000 earned for the second quarter of 2011. Earnings per share for the second quarter of 2012 were $.43, up 10.3 percent from the prior y e a r s e c o n d q u a r t e r. Fo r t h e s i x m o n t h s e n d e d Ju n e 3 0 , 2 0 1 2 , n e t income totaled $4,341,000, a 21.0 percent increase from net income of $3,588,000 for the six months ended Ju n e 3 0 , 2 0 1 1 .
Earnings per share were $1.08 for the first six months of 2012 versus $.90 for the first six months of 2011, an increase of 20.0 percent. Return on average assets and return on average equity was 1.03 percent and 11.97 percent, res p e c t i v e l y, f o r t h e f i r s t half of 2012, compared to .81 percent and 10.49 p e r c e n t , r e s p e c t i v e l y, f o r the same period in the p r i o r y e a r. "It's a credit to the 292 O h i o Va l l e y B a n c C o r p . employees whose tireless efforts make it possible to report a 10.5 percent increase in second quarter consolidated net in-
come as compared to the same period one year a g o. I'm extremely pleased with the effort put forth by these men and women on behalf of our 2,133 shareholders," said Thomas E. Wiseman, P r e s i d e n t a n d C E O. O h i o Va l l e y B a n c C o r p . common stock is traded on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol OVBC. The holding comp a n y o w n s O h i o Va l l e y Bank, with 15 offices in O h i o a n d We s t V i r g i n i a , and Loan Central, with seven consumer finance o f f i c e s i n O h i o. Learn more about Ohio Va l l e y B a n c C o r p . a t w w w. o v b c . c o m .
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Receive 10 Free White Flowering Dogwood Trees Join the Arbor Day Foundation in August Add color to your landscape year-round by joining the Arbor Day Foundation in August. Everyone who joins the nonprofit Arbor Day Foundation with a $10 donation will receive 10 free white flowering dogwood trees through t h e F o u n d a t i o n ’s Tr e e s for America campaign. The trees will be shipped postpaid at the right time for planting i n e a c h m e m b e r ’s a r e a , which falls between October 15 and December 10. The 6- to 12-inch trees are guaranteed to grow or they will be replaced free of charge. Planting instructions are enclosed with each shipment of trees. “Dogwood trees will add color and beauty to your yard throughout the y e a r, with their showy spring flowers, scarlet autumn foliage and red berries that attract songbirds in the w i n t e r,” said John R o s e n o w, f o u n d e r a n d chief executive of the Arbor Day Foundation. New members of the Arbor Day Foundation a l s o r e c e i v e T h e Tr e e Book, which includes information about tree planting and care, and A r b o r D a y, t h e F o u n d a t i o n ’s b i m o n t h l y p u b l i cation. To r e c e i v e t h e f r e e white flowering dogwood trees, send a $10 membership contribut i o n t o Te n D o g w o o d s , Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Av e . , Neb r a s k a C i t y, N E 6 8 4 1 0 , by August 31, 2012, or join online at arbord a y. o r g / a u g u s t .
Weekly Devotional By Mary Jane
Life at Rock Bottom Thought for the week: As far as the east is from the west, so far hath He removed our transgressions from us. Psalm 103:12 (KJV) As I sat on my front porch one hot afternoon, a young man carrying a gas can came to visit. I’ve known him since he was a child. He was wearing shorts but no shirt, making the tattoo on his upper back visible. In three-inch-tall letters it proclaimed “FORGIVEN.” I asked him what this meant. “Is it some rock group?” I asked. He proceeded to tell me he had asked God to forgive him. His trials in life had included time in prison for using and selling drugs. He was sorry that he had done wrong and had caused heartache to his mother and other family members, and was going to try to better his life. Since I live a distance from town, I offered to drive him to where he could get the gas he needed. During that trip, I told him God created him and gave him one life which he could straighten out if he tried and trusted in God’s help. “I know,” he said, “but all my friends and family say I’m bad.” He lost his father to cancer at age ten and was now at rock bottom in life. He has a natural ability to cook and had a good job in the western U.S., where he was involved in opening new restaurants in an upscale popular family restaurant chain. He knows he could always have a job cooking, but depression and drugs get in his way. My advice was to go back out west, as far from the east coast as possible, and start a new life, asking God to be with him. He thanked me and said, “I’m not all bad. I would help you if you ever needed me.” He is only one young man. There are so many of our young people out in this world with the attitude that brief moment of drugs can help. Drugs result in addiction causing more life damage, rather than helping. Please pray for those you know and others with this problem. God is big. He can remove all of our transgressions. Prayer: God, somewhere this very minute is more than one young person at rock bottom in life. Lead all of us who know You to pray when they cross our paths and to have words and deeds to give them hope for the future... Amen.
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Velma’s View By Velma Kitchens
Dreams All of us have dreams of what we want for our future lives. When we are young, we dream of getting bigger and older then we dream of the things in life that matter to us. I have found out that many people are not doing what they really love doing in their employment. While they still enjoy their jobs and especially the jobs of helping others their true dreams are not being fulfilled. Many people I know do ‘other things’ in their spare time that they truly love doing. And had the choice, they would be doing that, other than their current jobs. I know a lady who is a faithful and good worker in her job, but she truly loves flower arranging and making pretty things for homes. She once said she wished she could do that full time rather than her present position. The one thing that stops us is the money and fear. We are afraid to step out and lose the paycheck, (which we all need), and do that which we have dreamed about for years. I was thinking about Joseph in the Bible. He had a dream. His dream came true but he had many obstacles in his way. God used Joseph for good to keep his family alive in famine and meet their needs. We should never give up on our dreams. Dreams can come true. Keep on dreaming. It is God that put in your heart that thing you love to do as long as it is right and true. (Editor’s Note: We hope that you enjoy Velma’s View and ask that you drop us a line and let us know what YOU would like Velma to write about. You may email suggestions/comments to email@example.com or mail them to PO Box 186, Culloden, WV 25510).
Easy Ways to Handle the Back to School Grind It comes in waves - first the college kids head back to school and pretty soon all kids will be back in the normal routine of school buses, lunches and homework five days a week. As you’re wondering how another summer has flown by, USA.gov can help you be prepared with everything you and your kids can be doing to ensure a successful year at school: While your older kids think they can handle everything college throws at them, it’s important they remember not only to take their studies seriously, but to take care of their health while they’re at school too. The Food and Drug Administration offers free publications on a range of health issues for college age students, including understanding the dangers of tanning, and getting help with the allergies and sleep disorders that can affect their studies. For upperclassmen in high school, there is a lot to consider
when thinking about college as the next step. The U.S. Department of Education provides information on how you can go to college, as well as ways to pay for it once you’ve chosen where you want to go. While financing college can be difficult, there are many ways for students to receive the education they want if they are well prepared. Although it takes some time for the younger kids to get back into the swing of things and finally sit down and do their homework, once they do, there are many free resources on Kids.gov to help them—and
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Historic Preservation Survey and Planning Grants Available CHARLESTON — The State Historic Preser vation Office (SHPO) is accepting applications for historic preser vation survey and planning grants now through Oct. 31, Approximately 2012. $80,000 will be awarded from funding appropriated by the U.S. Congress for preser vation efforts through the National Pa rk Service Historic Preser vation Fund. State and local gover nment agencies, not-fororganizations, profit for-profit organizations
and firms, and educational institutions are q u a l i f i e d t o a p p l y. E l i g i ble projects may include architectural and archaeological sur veys; preparation of National of Historic Register Places nominations; heritage education programs relating to preser vation activities; pre-development activities; and comprehensive planning documents. Development grants will be considered if there is sufficient funding. Grant funds are
awarded on a matching basis through a competitive process. The announcement of grantees i s p l a n n e d f o r Fe b r u a r y 2013, contingent upon receipt of an allocation by t h e Na t i o n a l Pa rk Ser vice. Funded projects must be completed by Ju n e 3 0 , 2 0 1 4 . A complete grant package, including a grants manual and application packet with program descriptions, funding priorities and selection criteria is available by contacting Pa m e l a
Brooks, grants coordinat o r f o r t h e S H P O, a t ( 3 0 4 ) 558-0240 ext. 720, by emailing her at p a m . a . b r o o k s @ w v. g o v, b y w r i t i n g : S H P O, We s t V i r ginia Division of Culture a n d H i s t o r y, T h e C u l t u r e C e n t e r, C h a r l e s t o n , W. Va 2 5 3 0 5 o r a t t h e D i v i s i o n’s w e b s i t e a t w w w. w v c u l ture.org/shpo/forms.htm l. T h e We s t V i r g i n i a D i v i sion of Culture and History is an agency within t h e We s t V i r g i n i a D e p a r t ment of Education and the Arts with Kay Good-
w i n , C a b i n e t S e c r e t a r y. The Division, led by Commissioner Randall Reid-Smith, brings together the past, present and future through programs and services focusing on archives and arts, historic h i s t o r y, preservation and museu m s. Fo r m o re i n f o r m at i o n a b o u t t h e D i v i s i o n’s programs, events and s i t e s , v i s i t w w w. w v c u l ture.org. The Division of Culture and Histor y is an Equal Opportunity/Affirm a t i v e A c t i o n E m p l o y e r.
Clothes Dryer Safety Most of us do laundr y on a daily basis. But how many of us think about the potential fire hazards involved when a clothes d r y e r i s n’t u s e d p r o p e r l y ? “ We t e n d t o t a k e o u r home appliances for g r a n t e d ,” s a i d S t e r l i n g L e w i s , J r. , We s t V i r g i n i a State Fire Marshal. “But that can be a very dangerous attitude when you look at the number of dryer fires occurring each year in this count r y.” According to the National Fire Protection Ass o c i a t i o n ( N F PA ) , f r o m 2003-2006, there were on a v e r a g e ov e r 1 5 , 3 0 0 h o m e structure fires per year where clothes dr yers or washing machines were
the equipment involved in ignition, with annual losses of 16 civilian deaths, 433 injuries, and $201 million in direct property damage. Dr yers alone accounted for 92% of these fires and all of the reported deaths. The items first ignited tended to be clothing, dust/fiber/lint, wire or cable insulation and appliance housing or casing. The risk of fire is slightly higher for gas-fueled clothes dryers than for el ec tr ic powered—bu t the dangers of either are still significant! The leading cause (29%) of home clothes dr yer fires (and washer fires) is failure to clean them! T h e We s t V i r g i n i a S t a t e
F i r e M a r s h a l ’s O f f i c e o f fers the following safety t i p s f r o m t h e N F PA t o help you prevent a clothes dr yer fire: Have your dr yer installed and ser viced by a professional. Do not use the dryer w i t h o u t a l i n t f i l t e r. Make sure you clean the lint filter before or after each load of laund r y. R e m o v e l i n t t h a t h a s collected around the drum. Rigid or flexible metal venting material should be used to sustain proper air flow and dr ying time. Make sure the air exhaust vent pipe is not restricted and the outdoor vent flap will open when the dryer is on. Once a
y e a r, o r m o r e o f t e n i f y o u n o t i c e t h a t i t ’s t a k i n g longer than normal for y o u r c l o t h e s t o d r y, c l e a n lint out of the vent pipe. Keep dr yers in good w o r k i n g o r d e r. G a s d r y e r s should be inspected by a professional to make sure that the gas line and connection are intact and free of leaks. Make sure the right plug and outlet are used and that the machine is c o n n e c t e d p r o p e r l y. Fo l l ow t h e m a n u f a c t u r e r ’s o p e r a t i n g i n s t r u c t i o n s a n d d o n’t o v e r l o a d y o u r d r y e r. Tu r n t h e d r y e r o f f i f you leave home or when you go to bed. Make sure your dr yer is properly grounded.
Check the outdoor vent f l a p t o m a k e s u r e i t ’s n o t covered or blocked by objects such as outdoor f u r n i t u re, b i rd s’ n e s t s, etc. Keep the area around your dryer clear of things that can burn like boxes, cleaning supplies, clothing, etc. Clothes that have come in contact with flammable substances like gasol i n e , p a i n t t h i n n e r, o r similar solvents should b e l a i d o u t s i d e t o d r y, then can be washed and dried as usual. Fo r m o re i n f o r m a t i o n o n h o m e f i r e s a f e t y, v i s i t the following websites: w w w . n f p a . o r g www.usfa.fema.gov w w w. s a f e k i d s . o r g .
Governor Tomblin proclaims September 29th as The Governor's Day to Serve CHARLESTON G o v. E a r l R a y To m b l i n h a s p r o c l a i m e d S a t u r d a y, S e p tember 29, 2012 as the
G ov e r n o r ' s D a y t o S e r v e a day dedicated to strengthening local communities through volun-
teer ser vice. Community organizations, faithbased organizations, civic and humanitarian groups
a l o n g w i t h g ov e r n m e n t a l agencies are encouraged to participate in the day of ser vice. " We s t V i r g i n i a n s are k n ow n f o r t h e i r k i n d n e s s , compassion and neighb o r l y s p i r i t , " s a i d G o v. To m b l i n . " I e n c o u r a g e folks to mark their calendars for our statewide day of service and to begin
planning ways to help in their local communities. September 29th will be great d ay-throu g h our collective efforts, we will foster friendships, beautify our communities and lift spirits." Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia will also designate September 29th as a day of ser vice. Fo r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n on volunteering or organizing a volunteer event in We s t V i r g i n i a , p l e a s e v i s i t o u r w e b s i t e : w w w. g o v e r n o r. w v. g ov.
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Teddy Roosevelt Biographer to present Humanities Council Lecture CHARLESTON - The We s t V i r g i n i a Hu m a n i ties Council announces that Pulitzer Prizewinning biographer Edmund Morris has agreed to present the annual McCreight Lecture in the Humanities i n O c t o b e r. Mo r r i s i s the author of a threevolume biography of Theodore Roosevelt, A m e r i c a ’s 2 6 t h p r e s i dent. The lecture will take place October 25 at the Culture Center in Charleston. Te d d y R o o s e v e l t o v e r came poor health in childhood to lead an amazingly active life. He was governor of N e w Yo r k , p o l i c e c o m m i s s i o n e r o f N e w Yo r k C i t y, a s s i s t a n t s e c r e tary of the N a v y, colonel of the Rough Riders, a deputy sheriff i n t h e D a k o t a Te r r i t o r y, rancher in the Badlands, a founder of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, b i g g a m e h u n t e r, w i n ner of the Nobel Peace Prize, author of more
than 35 books, an original member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, president of the American Historical Association, and a leading conservationist and naturalist. When President William McKinley was assassinated in 1901, Roosevelt became the youngest president in the n a t i o n ’s h i s t o r y. His likeness is immortalized on Mount Rushmore. As he guided the United States more actively into world politics, President Roosevelt often quoted a favorite proverb, “Speak softly and carry a b i g s t i c k ,” t o e x p re s s his approach to foreign p o l i c y. I n d o m e s t i c a f fairs, he may best be remembered for conservation efforts that reserved lands for publ i c u s e i n t h e We s t a n d expanded the number of national parks. Author Edmund Morris was born and educated in Kenya and
immigrated to the United States in 1968. His book, The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award in 1980. In 2001 Morris published Theodore Rex. It became an immediate b e s t s e l l e r, w o n t h e L o s Angeles Times Book Prize for b i o g r a p h y, and currently has three-quarters of a million copies in print. “A s a l i t e r a r y w o r k o n Theodore Roosevelt, it is unlikely ever to be s u r p a s s e d ,” t h e Ti m e s Literary Supplement declared, calling it “o n e o f t h e g r e a t h i s t o ries of the American p r e s i d e n c y, w o r t h y o f being on a shelf alongside Henry A d a m s ’s volumes on Jefferson a n d Ma d i s o n .” In November 2010, a chorus of praise greeted the publication of Colonel Roosevelt, the final volume of M o r r i s ’s t r i l o g y. W i t h i n two weeks it was a New Yo r k T i m e s b e s t s e l l e r.
Janet Maslin wrote in that paper: “With Colonel Roosevelt, the magnum opus is complete. And it deserves to stand as the definitive study of its restless, mutable, ever-boyish, erudite and tirelessly energetic s u b j e c t .” Edmund Morris lives i n N e w Yo r k C i t y a n d Kent, Connecticut. He has also produced biographies of Ronald Regan and Ludwig van Beethoven and is currently working on a life of Thomas Edison. Morris appears extensively on national television. He has been the subject of a two-segment profile on 60 Minutes. His Roosevelt and Beethoven biographies were both featured on CBS Sunday Morning. He has written on literature and music for The New Yo r k e r, T h e N e w Yo r k Times, Harper's and other periodicals. He is a member of the Modern Library Editorial
Board and has been writer-in-residence at the University of Chicago. Morris has lectured many places, including Harvard, Princeton, and Brown universit i e s , t h e N e w Yo r k H i s torical S o c i e t y, the National Portrait G a l l e r y, a n d t h e M e t r o politan Museum of Art. A classically trained pianist, he made his debut in 2007 at New Y o r k ’s C a r n e g i e H a l l . Humanities Council officials are pleased that Morris has agreed to speak at their annual flagship event. “I was fortunate to have a course in college under the great TR biograp h e r, William Harb a u g h ,” Executive Director Ken Sullivan said. “It made a big impression on me. The s t o r y o f Te d d y R o o sevelt is tremendously exciting, and the man to tell that story for this generation is Edm u n d Mo r r i s.”
Humanities Council seeking Major Grant Proposals CHARLESTON –The West Virginia Humanities Council, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, serves West Virginia through grants and direct programs in humanities. A variety of matching grants are offered by the Humanities Council yearround to nonprofit organizations in West Virginia that support educational programming. The Council announces its upcoming September 1 grant deadline for four grant categories: Major, Media, and Publication grants are awarded an-
nually for projects requesting over $1,500 and up to $20,000; and Teacher Institute grants are awarded annually for summer teaching seminars up to $25,000. Major grants. This categor y supports public programs including, but not limited to, lectures, school projects, symposia, panel discussions, reading and discussion series, exhibits, reenactments, and conferences. Major grant proposals should request more than $1,500 and up to $20,000. Applicants should allow twelve weeks between
the deadline and the start of the project. Media grants. This category supports the planning, scripting, and production of audio or video materials, websites, or a newspaper series. Media grant proposals should request more than $1,500 and up to $20,000. Applicants should allow twelve weeks between the deadline and the start of the project. Publication grants. This categor y supports the production phase of completed manuscripts on West Virginia topics in the humani-
ties and by West Virginia authors on any subject in the humanities. Only recognized academic and established nonprofit presses are eligible to apply. Publication grant proposals should request more than $1,500 and up to $20,000. Applicants should allow twelve weeks between the deadline and the start of the project. Teacher Institute grants. This category is available to college and university faculty to develop summer seminars on humanities topics suited to the teaching needs of elementar y or
secondar y teachers. Applicants may request up to $25,000 and should allow twelve weeks between the deadline and the start of the project. For more information about the West Virginia Humanities Council grants program contact Humanities Council grants administrator Amy Saunders at (304) 346-8500 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Grant Guidelines and applications are available on the Humanities Council website, www.wvhumanities.org.
Page 8 –Tuesday,August 21,2012 Across 1. Emergency vehicle 10. Eyeball benders (2 wds) 15. Those with sound judgment 16. Optician’s rouge 17. Those who are confined in wartime 18. Lingo 19. Directly 20. “How ___!” 21. W African storytellers 22. Bent 23. Protein particles responsible for degenerative diseases of the nervous system 24. ___ and Hardy 27. Amalgam 28. Buenos ___ 29. Small tart tree fruit 33. “I had no ___!” 34. Be bombastic 35. Hip bones 36. Discuss an issue from a different point of view 38. Considers 39. Daughter of Saturn 40. Take back 41. Vascular inner layer of skin 43. Supergarb 44. Pranksters 45. Kill, in a way 46. Long-jawed fish 49. Old World plants, such
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Down 1. Bone-dry 2. Restaurant options 3. Diminish 4. “It’s no ___!” 5. Large motor vehicles with flat platforms 6. Yearly 7. Demands 8. Algonquian Indian 9. Cousin of -trix 10. Egg-shaped instrument 11. Object valued for evoking a historical time (2 wds) 12. About 1% of the atmosphere 13. Laugh-a-minute folks 14. Makes lace 21. Cousin of a loon 22. Hansel and Gretel’s trail marks (2 wds) 23. Braids 24. Animal house 25. Assistant 26. Carbamide 27. Chutzpah
29. Algonquin Indians 30. “Guilty,” e.g. 31. Describe 32. “___ of Eden” 34. Gold braid 37. 1919 world heavyweight champion 38. Sediment
40. Wicker material 41. Egyptian corn 42. Small ornamental ladies’ bags 43. Perfume 44. Street fleet 45. Workbench attachment
46. ___ gum, used as thickening agent in food 47. Bad marks 48. Abbr. after many a general’s name 50. Fold, spindle or mutilate 51. A pint, maybe
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Cabell Midland Knights Fall Sports Schedules CABELL MIDLAND HIGH Senior Football Roster Name Grade Mathew West 11 David Gaydosz 12 Stephen Matthews 12 Aaron Elkins 10 Tyler Hayes 11 Kasey Thomas 11 Cameron Harmon 11 Tanner Chapman 11 Nicholas Boone 12 Caleb Farley 11 Theodore Petitt 10 Joshua Cox 11 Alvis Riddle 11 Jeffrey Racer 11 Chris Heiner 10 John Adkins 10 Trey Womack 11 Robert Gallaher 12 Kameron Stapleton 11 Sam Chittum 10 Alexander Childers 10 Ryan Hall 12 Tre Martin 10 Jesse Myers 10 Seth Vickers 10 Travis Swann 11 Lowell Farley 12 Isaac Gibson 10 Christopher Molina 12 Justin Leggett 11 Bobby Mitchell 10 Dakota Leavitt 11 Charles Eskew 10 Jon Starkey 11 Jacob Hewitt 10 Cody Noel 11 Brooks Gillispie 11 Derek Adkins 11 Josh Neal 11 Matthew McClung 11 Nathan Bailey 12 Jacob Parsons 11 John DeJarnett 11 Nicholas Cunningham 10 Cody Ballengee 11 Cameron Gould 12 Justin Barr 12 Andrew Henson 10 Hayden Hicks 10 Zachry Postin 10 Zachary Hysell 11 Evan Hughes 12 Edward Blankenship 12 Brett Mabry 10 Matthew Thompson 10 Timothy Chaffin 12 Josh Baisden 12 Nathan Jefferson 10 Zachary Billiups 12 Kurt Jones 12 Tyler Cogar 10 Ryan Hightower 11 Jared Bradley 12 Evan Richardson 10 John Ferrell 12 Nathaniel Moore 12
CABELL MIDLAND Senior Football Schedule
CABELL MIDLAND Senior Soccer Boys Schedule 08/18/12 10:00AM 08/21/12 06:30PM 08/23/12 05:00PM 08/25/12 11:00AM 08/28/12 07:00PM 09/04/12 05:30PM 09/06/12 05:00PM 09/10/12 05:30PM 09/11/12 06:00PM 09/13/12 05:30PM 09/15/12 11:00AM 09/20/12 06:30PM 09/22/12 11:00AM 09/25/12 07:30PM 09/29/12 11:00AM 10/02/12 05:30PM 10/06/12 07:00PM 10/09/12 05:30PM 10/11/12 05:30PM 10/16/12 07:00PM
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School: CABELL MIDLAND HIGH Class: AAA City: Ona County: Cabell Superintendent: William Smith Principal: David M. Tackett Assistant Principal: David Hetzer, Kelly Daniels,Lloyd McGuffin,Justin Bogg, Robert St.Clair Athletic Director: Jack DeFazio Head Coach: Luke Salmons Assistant Coaches: Matt Altomata, Jeff Parsons,, Dewey Ballengee,Terry Smith, Kevin
BOYD CO., KY H.S. NITRO HURRICANE SAINT JOSEPH CENTRAL HUNTINGTON ST. ALBANS SPRING VALLEY WINFIELD LINCOLN COUNTY POINT PLEASANT RIPLEY RIVERSIDE PARKERSBURG CHARLESTON CATHOLIC WOODROW WILSON SOUTH CHARLESTON MSAC TOURNAMENT CAPITAL GEORGE WASHINGTON SECTION TOURNAMENT Crouse, Tim Beech,Terry Smith,Donald jones Trainers: Brett Pauley, Nick Dailey Cheerleading Coaches: Taylor Childers Cheerleaders: Nickname: Knights Band Director: Tim James Team Doctor: Dr. Mitch Shaver, Dr. Ross Patton Managers: Statistician: Dennis Ball Video: Paul Adkins
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Cabell Midland Knights Fall Sports Schedules CABELL MIDLAND Senior Volleyball Schedule 09/01/12 09:00AM
09/06/12 06:00PM 09/06/12 08:00PM 09/15/12 09:00AM
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WOODROW WILSON TOURNAMENT SPRING VALLEY GEORGE WASHINGTON CABELL MIDLAND TOURNAMENT WILLIAMSTOWN PHILIP BARBOUR PARKERSBURG TOURNAMENT CAPITAL TOURNAMENT GEORGE WASHINGTON TOURNAMENT WOODROW WILSON HUNTINGTON RIVERSIDE WOODROW WILSON HUNTINGTON TOURNAMENT PARKERSBURG WOODROW WILSON MSAC TOURNAMENT SECTION TOURNAMENT REGION TOURNAMENT
CABELL MIDLAND Senior Soccer Girls Schedule 08/17/12 07:00PM 08/18/12 02:00PM 08/21/12 06:00PM 08/23/12 07:30PM 08/25/12 11:00PM 08/28/12 06:00PM 08/30/12 06:00PM 09/01/12 12:00PM 09/06/12 05:30PM 09/08/12 12:00PM 09/09/12 06:00PM 09/11/12 06:00PM 09/12/12 06:00PM 09/15/12 12:00PM 09/18/12 06:00PM 09/20/12 05:30PM 09/22/12 12:00PM Canceled 10/02/12 07:00PM 10/06/12 06:00PM 10/16/12 06:00PM
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SCOTT BOYD CO., KY H.S. NITRO HURRICANE SAINT JOSEPH CENTRAL HUNTINGTON SOUTH POINT,OH H.S. WOODROW WILSON SPRING VALLEY PRINCETON POINT PLEASANT LINCOLN COUNTY SOUTH CHARLESTON RIPLEY ST. ALBANS RIVERSIDE PARKERSBURG ASHLAND BLAZER, KY H.S. CAPITAL MSAC TOURNAMENT SECTION TOURNAMENT
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL 2012
Mayor Tom Canterbury and City Council Members Charlie Conard Carl Harshbarger Jimmy Smith Phyllis K. Smith Patrick Wisman
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Hurricane High School Fall Sports Schedules HURRICANE Senior Volleyball Schedule
HURRICANE Senior Football Roster Name Grade Steven Handley 11 Jesse Barker 11 Jeffrey Burnette 12 Alex Wolford 11 Koi Turner 11 Zachary Cooper 12 Luke Browne 10 Arizona Steadman 10 Matthew Cooper 10 Jon Hensley 11 Dylan Tinsley 10 Bradley Haynes 11 Jeremy Francis 11 Josh Petry 10 Zach Pate 11 Alex Lucas 10 Jared Zickafoose 10 Zachary Fitzsimmons 11 Jonathan Francis 11 Dylan Kimble 10 Chase Ross 10 Cory Hurd 12 Bradley Hodges 10 Caleb Craddock 12 Tyson Edwards 11 John Johnson 11 Brent Sargent 12 Mitchell Fitzgerald 11 Michael McCracken 11 Connor Cunningham 10 Christian Thomas 10 Drake Forren 12 Colton O.Brien 11 Kadin Steadman 11 Alec Hayes 10 Matthew Spradling 10 Donald Finley 10 Aaron Gore 11 Zack Scantlin 10 Chris Brown 10 Alexander Cummings 11 Duane Ruggier 11 Tanner McCallister 11 Brian Hughes 10 Michael Molina 12
School: HURRICANE Class: AAA City: Hurricane County: Putnam Superintendent: Chuck Hatfield Principal: Richard Campbell Assistant Principal: Ben Cobb , Dewana Hughes, Heather Hawes Athletic Director: Gary Eggleton Head Coach: Jeremy Taylor Assistant Coaches: Chuck Leadman,Greg Julian,Monk Collins,Rusty Sovine,Derek Moore,Teddy Stewart,Tim Spradling Trainers: Reggie Billups,Rick Meadows, Maggie Collins,Nicole Pierson,Corrie Long,Katelyn Coleman,Sierra Ramey Cheerleading Coaches: Tonya
09/04/12 06:00PM 09/06/12 06:00PM 09/10/12 06:00PM 09/11/12 06:00PM 09/13/12 06:00PM 09/15/12 06:00PM 09/19/12 06:00PM 09/25/12 06:00PM 09/27/12 05:00PM 09/29/12 06:00PM 10/02/12 06:00PM 10/06/12 06:00PM 10/11/12 06:00PM 10/15/12 05:30PM 10/18/12 05:30PM 10/20/12 06:00PM 10/22/12 06:00PM
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BUFFALO WINFIELD SOUTH CHARLESTON CHARLESTON CATHOLIC SPRING VALLEY CABELL MIDLAND GEORGE WASHINGTON GEORGE WASHINGTON RIPLEY CAPITAL NITRO GEORGE WASHINGTON WINFIELD SPRING VALLEY WINFIELD BUFFALO PUTNAM COUNTY TOURNAMENT WINFIELD
HURRICANE Senior Soccer Girls Schedule 08/17/12 06:00PM 08/23/12 07:00PM 08/25/12 12:00PM 08/28/12 05:00PM 08/30/12 05:30PM 09/03/12 05:30PM 09/06/12 05:30PM 09/10/12 06:00PM 09/18/12 05:30PM 09/20/12 06:00PM 09/22/12 12:00PM 09/25/12 06:00PM 09/27/12 05:30PM 09/29/12 12:00PM 10/02/12 05:30PM 10/04/12 07:30PM 10/06/12 01:00PM 10/09/12 05:30PM
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Pasley Cheerleaders: Jenna Chapman, Peyton Dean, Briana Talbott, Taneisha Sturdavent,Leah Nicely,Maddy Boster,Lauren Shaffer,Andi Hess,Taylor Ford,Daria Seccurro,Bailey Curry,Lauren Rainey,Tina Taylor,Bently Scarbro,Kristen Mullins Nickname: Redskins Band Director: Sam Leffingwell Team Doctor: John Neville,Tony Erwin Managers: Equipment manager Will Burton,student manager Hank Slemp, Matt Stonestreet Statistician: Keith Carroll,Ricci Sholock,Rick Alvarez Video: Kevin Fields,Shawn Daly,Jon Donathon
RUSSELL, KY CABELL MIDLAND GREENBRIER EAST SISSONVILLE NITRO SOUTH CHARLESTON HUNTINGTON CROSS LANES CHRISTIAN SPRING VALLEY RIPLEY WINFIELD CHARLESTON CATHOLIC CAPITAL ST. ALBANS GEORGE WASHINGTON PARKERSBURG MSAC RIVERSIDE
HURRICANE Senior Football Schedule 08/24/12 07:30PM 08/31/12 07:30PM 09/07/12 07:30PM 09/14/12 07:30PM 09/21/12 07:00PM 09/28/12 07:30PM 10/05/12 07:30PM 10/12/12 07:30PM 10/19/12 07:30PM 10/26/12 07:30PM 11/02/12 07:30PM
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WINFIELD NITRO WOODROW WILSON GEORGE WASHINGTON OPEN CAPITAL RIPLEY GREENBRIER EAST SPRING VALLEY LOGAN CABELL MIDLAND
HURRICANE Senior Soccer Boys Schedule 08/18/12 01:00PM 08/21/12 07:15PM 08/23/12 05:00PM 08/25/12 09:30AM 08/27/12 05:00PM 08/30/12 05:00PM 09/04/12 07:00PM 09/06/12 07:00PM 09/11/12 07:00PM 09/13/12 07:00PM 09/15/12 11:00AM 09/18/12 07:00PM 09/20/12 07:00PM 09/22/12 11:00AM 09/27/12 06:00PM 09/29/12 11:00PM 10/02/12 06:00PM 10/04/12 05:00PM 10/09/12 06:00PM 10/11/12 07:30PM
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PRINCETON OAK HILL CABELL MIDLAND TEAYS VALLEY CHRISTIAN HUNTINGTON NITRO WINFIELD ST. ALBANS SOUTH CHARLESTON GEORGE WASHINGTON FAIRMONT SR. CAPITAL WOODROW WILSON WEST CARTER, KY H.S. RIPLEY SPRING VALLEY POINT PLEASANT MSAC RIVERSIDE PARKERSBURG
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Poca High School Fall Sports Schedules POCA Senior Soccer Girls Schedule 08/17/12 07:00PM 08/21/12 07:00PM 08/25/12 12:00PM 08/28/12 06:00PM 08/30/12 07:00PM 09/01/12 12:00PM 09/04/12 07:00PM 09/05/12 07:00PM 09/06/12 06:30PM 09/10/12 07:00PM 09/11/12 07:30PM 09/13/12 07:00PM 09/18/12 07:00PM 09/20/12 06:00PM 09/25/12 05:00PM 09/27/12 05:30PM 10/02/12 05:00PM 10/04/12 06:00PM 10/09/12 07:00PM 10/11/12 07:00PM
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POCA Senior Football Schedule
RIPLEY POINT PLEASANT SCOTT SHADY SPRING HERBERT HOOVER CHARLESTON CATHOLIC MIDLAND TRAIL LINCOLN COUNTY PIKEVIEW RIPLEY POINT PLEASANT SISSONVILLE SCOTT SAINT JOSEPH CENTRAL CROSS LANES CHRISTIAN RIVERSIDE SISSONVILLE HERBERT HOOVER CAPITAL ST. ALBANS
08/24/12 07:30PM 08/31/12 07:30PM 09/07/12 07:30PM 09/14/12 07:30PM 09/21/12 07:30PM 09/28/12 07:30PM 10/05/12 07:30PM 10/12/12 07:00PM 10/19/12 07:30PM 10/26/12 07:30PM 11/02/12 07:30PM
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POCA Senior Volleyball Schedule
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09/04/12 06:00PM 09/06/12 06:00PM 09/10/12 06:00PM 09/11/12 06:00PM 09/11/12 06:00PM 09/13/12 06:00PM 09/15/12 06:00PM 09/18/12 05:30PM 09/20/12 05:30PM 09/25/12 06:00PM 09/27/12 05:30PM 10/02/12 06:00PM 10/04/12 06:00PM 10/09/12 05:30PM 10/09/12 05:30PM 10/09/12 06:00PM 10/11/12 06:00PM 10/13/12 12:00PM 10/16/12 05:30PM 10/20/12 06:00PM 10/22/12 06:00PM
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10/23/12 05:30PM 10/25/12 06:00PM
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Winfield Generals Fall Sports Schedules 2012 Winfield Generals Football Roster Grade Name 11 Alex Amick 9 Chase Arkel 12 Wesley Barrett 11 Bryce Boggs 12 Nicholas Briscoe 9 Jaret Brown 10 Caleb Cavender 11 Jordan Clark 9 Ethan Copeland 9 Collin Cornell 12 Andrew Covert 9 Ryan Daly 9 Chandler Dickson 9 Trevor Dolan 9 Tristan Ford 9 Tyler Gibson 12 Garrett Grafton 9 Grant Grafton 10 Colton Griffith 10 John Harless 10 John Hathaway 10 Joseph Heskett 10 Tyler Hill 10 Benjamen Hinkle 12 Jeremy Huff 11 Nicholas Hunt 12 Logan Kennedy 12 Theodore Kester 11 Griffin Lavender 9 Jacob Lewis 12 Seth Lewis 10 Clayton Lightner 12 Travis Lovejoy 9 Joshua Marinaro 9 Gavin McMaster 11 Steven Monroe 9 Zackery Morris 10 Zach Namey 10 Dakota Null 11 Colt Richardson 12 Zach Richardson 9 Chase Rosenhagen 12 Aaron Sadler 12 Gary Short 11 Toby Show 9 Charles Six 9 Nathanial Smith 11 Jesse Somerville 9 Jacob Thompson 11 Christopher Turner 9 Mason Waddell 9 Dillon Walker 10 Brady White 9 Jeremy Wikel 12 Charles Winter 9 Isaac Withrow School: WINFIELD Class: AAA City: Winfield County: Putnam Superintendent: Harold L. Hatfield Principal: Bruce McGrew Assistant Principal: David Harper, Sara Welch Athletic Director: Will Isaacs Head Coach: Craig Snyder Assistant Coaches: Jeremy Dosier,Wayne Pritt, Pat Clark, Don Bower, Will Watkins Trainers: Mike Gibson Cheerleading Coaches: Mary Jane Anderson Cheerleaders: Nickname: Generals Band Director: Geary Jack
WINFIELD Senior Soccer Boys Schedule 08/18/12 02:00PM 08/23/12 06:00PM 08/25/12 01:00PM 08/28/12 05:30PM 08/30/12 05:30PM 09/04/12 06:00PM 09/06/12 06:00PM 09/07/12 02:00PM 09/10/12 05:00PM 09/15/12 04:00PM 09/18/12 05:30PM 09/20/12 06:00PM 09/27/12 05:00PM 09/29/12 12:00PM 10/06/12 12:00PM 10/09/12 06:00PM 10/11/12 05:30PM
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SPRING VALLEY RIPLEY PRINCETON RIVERSIDE RUSSELL CO. , KY H.S. NITRO GEORGE WASHINGTON ROBERT C. BYRD CABELL MIDLAND GREENBRIER EAST PARKERSBURG SOUTH CHARLESTON WOODROW WILSON OAK HILL PARKERSBURG SOUTH POINT PLEASANT CAPITAL
WINFIELD Senior Volleyball Schedule 08/21/12 06:00PM 08/23/12 06:00PM 08/29/12 06:00PM 09/04/12 06:00PM 09/04/12 06:00PM 09/06/12 05:00PM 09/08/12 10:00AM 09/11/12 06:00PM 09/13/12 06:00PM 09/13/12 06:00PM 09/15/12 10:00AM 09/20/12 06:00PM 09/20/12 06:00PM 09/27/12 06:00PM 09/27/12 06:00PM 10/04/12 06:00PM 10/09/12 06:00PM 10/11/12 06:00PM 10/11/12 06:00PM 10/13/12 06:00PM 10/16/12 06:00PM 10/18/12 05:00PM 10/22/12 06:00PM 10/25/12 06:00PM 10/27/12 06:00PM
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SCRIMMAGE:RIVERSIDE SCRIMMAGE:BUFFALO CAPITAL ST. ALBANS POINT PLEASANT NITRO BUFFALO RIVERSIDE SHADY SPRING RIPLEY ST. ALBANS CIVIC CENTER:RIPLEY CIVIC CENTER:ROANE CO CAPITAL NITRO ST. ALBANS SOUTH CHARLESTON HURRICANE RIVERSIDE RIVERSIDE POINT PLEASANT HURRICANE PUTNAM CO TOURNAMENT HURRICANE MSAC TOURNAMENT
WINFIELD Senior Football Schedule 08/24/12 07:30PM 08/31/12 07:30PM 09/07/12 07:30PM 09/14/12 07:30PM 09/21/12 07:30PM 09/28/12 07:30PM 10/05/12 07:30PM 10/12/12 07:30PM 10/19/12 07:30PM 10/26/12 07:30PM 11/02/12 07:30PM
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HURRICANE RIPLEY HUNTINGTON RIVERSIDE POINT PLEASANT LOGAN CABELL MIDLAND OPEN NITRO ST. ALBANS SPRING VALLEY
WINFIELD Senior Soccer Girls Schedule 08/17/12 06:00PM 08/18/12 12:00PM 08/21/12 06:00PM 08/23/12 05:30PM 08/25/12 10:00AM 09/06/12 06:00PM 09/08/12 12:00PM 09/11/12 06:00PM 09/15/12 12:00PM 09/22/12 12:00PM 09/25/12 06:00PM 09/29/12 01:00PM 10/02/12 05:00PM 10/04/12 05:30PM 10/06/12 12:00PM 10/08/12 06:00PM 10/11/12 06:00PM 10/13/12 02:00PM
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The Cabell Standard SANDRA SUE COOK “SANDY” WILMA JEAN SAUNDERS DRINKARD JEANNIE MARIE MAUK GATRELL PARIS HAMMOND JOHN RANDOLPH "HOOK" HODGES GARY R. HOLBERT TALMAGE "Tab" JEFFERS RICK G. MILLER GLORANA SHARON NEACE LEONARD M. QUALLS MARY LORETTA WAGERS RITA M. KING WARD
SANDRA SUE COOK “SANDY” Sandra Sue Cook “Sandy”, 57, of Huntington passed away Saturday, August 11, 2012 at her residence. Funeral services were conducted Thursday, August 16, 2012 at Heck Funeral Home, Milton with Pastor Fred Ramey officiating. Burial followed in Apple Grove Memorial Gardens. She was born March 17, 1955 in Gallipolis, OH, a daughter of the late Lee and Doris Devore Wears. attended Altizer Sandy Freewill Baptist Church. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Robert Cook; son, Justin Cook and two brothers. She is survived by one son and daughter-in-law, Chad and Ginger Thompson of Patriot, OH; one daughter and son-inlaw, Shannon and Darin Cotton of Huntington; two grandsons, Braden Cotton and Levi Cook; and one brother, Keith Wears of Pliny, WV. Heck Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.heckfuneralhome.com.
WILMA JEAN SAUNDERS DRINKARD Wilma Jean Saunders Drinkard, 81, of Madison, W.Va., passed away Aug. 9, 2012. She was born in Midkiff, Lincoln County, W.Va., on Jan. 21, 1931, and was a daughter of the late Rev. Ollie Saunders and Martha Estep Saunders. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by a sister, Gloria Ann Saunders; and a brother, Homer Gene Saunders. Wilma is survived by her husband of 59 years, William F. (Corky) Drinkard Jr.; son, William F. Drinkard III and his wife Marjorie, all of Madison, W.Va.; two grandchildren, Dylan Drinkard of The Woodlands, Texas, and Martha Drinkard Artley and her husband Kenny of Charlotte, N.C.; and one greatgrandchild, Dorothy Camille Artley. She is also survived by a brother, Ralph D. Saunders of West Plains, Mo.; three sisters, Marlene Casto of Oak Island, N.C., Mabel Little and husband Carl of Arlington, Texas, and
Alice Fricke and husband Arthur of Huntington, W.Va.; and a sister-in-law, Peggy Saunders of Barboursville, W.Va. Wilma is survived by a host of very special nieces and nephews who dearly loved their Aunt Wilma, all of whom will miss her greatly. In addition to her family, Wilma is survived by her dear friend, Mary Elizabeth Griffith of Madison, W.Va. Wilma attended schools in Logan County and was a graduate of Marshall (College) University, where she received BS and MS degrees in education. She taught in Cabell County schools for 27 years as a Chapter One Reading Program Specialist. Wilma was a caring neighbor, a dedicated teacher and a true friend, and was dearly loved by all who knew her. Most importantly, she was a faithful Christian her entire life. She will be sadly missed. The family would like to express our gratitude to the staff of The Meadowbrook - Assistance with Living for their care, devotion and love for Wilma during the last few years of her life and to Dignity Hospice for also attending to Wilma's last needs. A graveside service for family and friends was held Tuesday, August 14, at Boone Memorial Park, Madison, W.Va., with Dr. Frank Frye officiating. Handley Funeral Home in Danville was in charge of arrangements. You may express your condolences to the family at www.handleyfh.com. The family will accept your gracious donations to the Scott High School Girls Cross Country and/or Basketball programs, Madison, W.Va.
JEANNIE MARIE MAUK GATRELL Jeannie Marie Mauk Gatrell, 47, of Huntington went home to be with the Lord on Monday, August 6, 2012. Jeannie was a 1983 graduate of Barboursville High School where she competed in track and was a member of the marching band. She attended Marshall University and Mountwest Community College and was one of only ten students selected for the Sonography program at Collins Career Center to begin in January, 2013. She was a devoted wife of 18 years to David M. Gatrell, a loving step-mother to Spec. 4 Derek S. Gatrell, US Army of Ft. Riley, KS and loving and devoted mother to David Ryan Gatrell. Jeannie was the faithful and caring daughter of Donna Mauk of Huntington and Bob Mauk and step-mother Sandy Mauk of Huntington. Left behind to cherish her memory are brothers John R. Mauk of Tampa, FL and Andrew J. Mauk of Huntington, sister Sarah F. Mauk of New York; nieces Rachael Mauk, Sydney
Mauk, Mia Mauk, Faith Mauk, Alyssa Sasse, nephews Cody Mauk and Aydn Mauk. Step-sister Christine Anton of Milton, step-brothers John F. Mega of Charleston, Matthew D. Mega of Richmond, VA. Brothers-in-law Robert L. Gatrell and family of Fayetteville, NC, Dennis D. Gatrell and family of Indian Trail, NC. Also a special aunt and confidant Patty Mauk Custer of Huntington. In addition to her family, Jeannie will be tremendously missed by her many friends, neighbors, and church family. A celebration of Jeannie's life was held Saturday, August 11, 2012, at New Baptist Church, Huntington, WV, with Pastor Trent Eastman officiating. The family suggests memorial donations are made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-1942, in memory of Jeannie Gatrell. Cooke Funeral Home and Crematorium, Nitro, WV assisted the Gatrell family. You may express on-line condolences at www.cookefuneralhome.com.
PARIS HAMMOND Paris Hammond, 82, of Branchland, W.Va., passed away August 8, 2012, at the Emogene Dolin Jones Hospice House. Funeral services were conducted Saturday, August 11, 2012, at Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville, by Pastor Heron Adkins. Burial followed in Mays Cemetery. He was born June 12, 1930, in Cabell County, WV, a son of the late Sherman and Rozella Brinegar Hammond. In addition to his parents he was also preceded in death by his wife Beulah Fay Hammond; three sisters, Deania Adkins, Gracie Adkins and Sharon Lynn Hammond; two brothers, Sherman Leo Hammond and Steve Hammond; and one great-grandchild. He is survived by one daughter Darlia Fay Hatfield; six sons, Norman Lester, Harmon Lester, Roger Hammond, Ronnie Hammond, Dallas Hammond and Randall Hammond; two brothers, Braxton and Lawrence Hammond; six sisters Roslee Adkins, Millie Hammond, Vernie Johnson, Thelma Eaves, Pam Dillman and Spicie Ferrell; 19 grandchildren and 18 greatgrandchildren. The family would like to give a special thanks to the Hospice House of Huntington.
JOHN RANDOLPH "HOOK" HODGES John Randolph Hodges, of Huntington, WV, passed away on Monday, August 6, 2012, at age 65. He was born June 2, 1947, in Covington, KY to David and Frances Hodges John attended Beverly Hills
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Junior High and Huntington East High School. Following in his father's footsteps, he excelled in numerous sports including baseball, track, basketball and football throughout his school career, being named a Junior All-American. Upon graduation in 1965, he attended Marshall University where he joined Kappa Alpha fraternity and made many lifelong friends. While at Marshall, he was night manager at the Marshall University Shawkey Student Union, employing several of the athletes killed in the tragic plane crash in 1970. It was at Marshall University where he met his wife of 43 years, Kathy Forker of Gahanna, Ohio. John graduated with a degree in business management. He was employed by several food companies where he won numerous awards for salesmanship. He became Executive Director of the West Virginia Wholesalers Association, a position he held for over thirty years until his death. As a trusted advocate for business, he worked tirelessly with the West Virginia State Legislature, serving on numerous boards and councils, both locally and nationally, and represented numerous organizations through Hodges and Associates. John volunteered with his father as a coach for Beverly Hills Youth Basketball, coaching all of his children and hundreds of others over many years. He was an avid supporter of Marshall Athletics. He travelled to his beloved Outer Banks of North Carolina at least once a year his entire life where he surfed, fished and enjoyed time with his family. Above all else he valued honesty, loyalty, and hard work which are evidenced in his personal and business relationships. His absence will be noted by the many individuals he mentored throughout his career. He is survived by his wife, Kathy, son Jonathan (Samantha), son Adam (Renee), daughter Eden, grandchildren Jesse, Emma, Eden "Edie", Parker and David, sisters Ann Cliness of Poland, Ohio and Nancy Burmeister of Big Rapids, Michigan and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws, friends and colleagues. A celebration of his life was held Saturday, August 18 at the Marshall University Student
Center. Donations may be made to the Duck Volunteer Fire Department (DVFD) 1259 Duck Road, Duck, NC 27949. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.beardmortuary.com. Beard Mortuary assisted the family with arrangements.
GARY R. HOLBERT Gary R. Holbert, 76, of Milton passed away Tuesday, August 7, 2012, at his home. Funeral services were conducted Friday, August 10, 2012, at Heck Funeral Home, Milton with Rev. Allen Stewart officiating. Burial followed in Forest Memorial Park, Milton. He was born June 18, 1936, In Wetzel County to the late Harry Rexford and Ada Josephine Gump Holbert. He was also preceded in death by his brotherin-law Harry Koon. Gary had a zest for life and enjoyed spending it with his family, especially his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He spent a lot of time in his younger years coaching Milton Little League football and baseball and helping to develop the ball fields. He served as President of the league for a few years. After 34 years of service, he retired from Union Carbide, Institute Plant. He was a member of Milton Baptist Church. He served 5 years in the National Guard and was honorably discharged. Gary also served six terms on the Milton City Council. He loved the city. He enjoyed the water and city employees. He was an honest, humble man with an impeccable work ethic. He will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him. He is survived by his wife of 55 years Betty Cummings Holbert; six children, Cary Rexford (Sharon) Holbert of Columbia, SC, Lary James Holbert of Milton, Shary Kay (Randy) Albert of Wake Forest, NC, Bari Lynn Glenn of Milton, Jerry Maxwell (Kris) Holbert of Milton and T.J (Marlene) Holbert of Apple Grove, WV; sister Sheila Kay Koon of Port Orange, FL; 15 grandchildren and 14 greatgrandchildren; many nieces and nephews; special caregiver Nicole Holstein. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.heckfuneralhome.com.
Page 18 –Tuesday,August 21,2012 TALMAGE "Tab" JEFFERS Talmage "Tab" Jeffers, 86, of Hamlin, W.Va., passed away Wednesday, August 8, 2012. Funeral services were conducted Saturday, August 11, 2012, at the Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville, by Rev. Joe Sexton. Burial followed in McComas-Adkins Cemetery. He was born January 13, 1926, in Branchland, a son of the late John Calvin and Alice Thomas Jeffers. He was preceded in death by five brothers, Emmitt, Luther, Edgar, Stacy and Ellis and three sisters, Lue Brock, Diana Salmons and Alta Porter. He is survived by his sister Glenna McComas of Huntington; special niece Janice "Sissy" Adkins; special nephew Calvin "Pete" McComas and many special family members and friends. The family wants to give a special thank you to Lincoln Nursing and Rehabilitation Center of Hamlin. This was his second loving family for the past 26 years. Wallace Funeral Home, Barboursville, was in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace.
RICK G. MILLER Rick G. Miller, 63, of Charleston passed away on August 8, 2012, at Charleston Area Medical Center Memorial Hospital following an extended illness. Rick was preceded in death by his father, Harry G. Miller; grandparents, Charles and Bessie Beaver of Dunbar, and Sarah and Buren Miller of Foster; father-in-law and mother-inlaw, Charles F. Sr. and Helen H. Fox of Charleston. He is survived by his wife, Libby Barna Miller; mother, Marjorie Miller of Charleston; daughter, Ashley Miller of Barboursville; brother, Randy Miller (Diane) of Williamstown. Also
surviving are nieces, Taylor Hailey Fox of Charleston, Julie Mathess (Dan), Lorrie Young (Ben) and Kara Marsh (Chad); grandniece, Clair Young; grandnephews, Hunter and Cole Mathess, Caleb and Jack Young, all of Fairmont; sister-in-law, Lisa Fox Boggs (Roy); and brother-in-law, C. Fred Fox Jr., all of Charleston. The family would like to thank CAMC Memorial Hospital and UPMC-Pittsburgh for their care and support over the past two years during his recovery from a double lung transplant. Rick was a 1966 graduate of Nitro High School and received his BA degree from West Virginia State University. He was a Charleston businessman and was the founder and president of West Virginia Cash Register. Rick was a member of Unity Church and involved with numerous church and civic activities throughout the valley, including Charleston Civitan Club. Rick reveled in spending time with his family, golfing and other outdoor activities, all WVU athletic events and was always ready for a road trip. Arrangements at his request include cremation, no visitation and a memorial celebration held at the Unity of Kanawha Valley Church on August 25, 2012 at 11 a.m. Donations may be made to the National Transplant Assistance Fund for Rick at Help Hope Live, 150 N. Radnor Chester Rd., Ste. F-120, Radnor, PA 19087, www.helphopelive.org or West Virginia University MAC, Morgantown, WV 26505. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.hardingfamilygroup.com. Harding Funerals & Cremations, Kanawha City, assisted the Miller family.
GLORANA SHARON NEACE Glorana Sharon Neace, 68, of Huntington, passed away Thurs-
day, Aug. 9, 2012, in St. Mary's Medical Center. Graveside services were conducted Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012, at Woodmere Memorial Park, with Benny Dean officiating. Burial followed. She was born Feb. 20, 1944, in Huntington, W.Va., a daughter of the late Otho and Lilly Sias Lucas. She was a healthcare worker. Survivors include a daughter, Anita Porter of Huntington; two sons, Fred Neace of Huntington, Tim Neace and his wife Susan of Culloden; five grandchildren, Nathan Porter, Jessica Wooten, Dillon Neace, Samantha Neace and Kayla Neace; three greatgrandchildren, Ethan Porter, Hunter Porter and Mason Wooten; and several brothers and sisters. Chapman's Mortuary assisted the family. Online condolences may be sent to www.chapmans-mortuary.com.
LEONARD M. QUALLS Leonard M. Qualls, 87, of Milton, died Saturday, August 11, 2012 in the Emogene Dolin Jones Hospice House. He was born September 15, 1924 a son of the late John Ross and Lena Frances Wallace Qualls. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Penny Kay Qualls, two sisters and nine brothers. He was a WWII Army Veteran. He retired from West Virginia Steel and was a member of Trinity Church of God in Huntington. He is survived by his wife, Martha Ann Campbell Qualls and numerous nieces and nephews. Services were held Thursday, August 16, 2012 at Klingel-Carpenter Mortuary by Pastor Ken Toler. Interment with military honors followed in Woodmere Memorial Park. Expressions of sympathy may be made to Trinity Church of God, Hospice of Huntington or
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MARY LORETTA WAGERS Mary Loretta Wagers, 89, of Barboursville, W.Va., passed away Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012, at Emogene Dolin Jones Hospice House, Huntington, W.Va. She was born Feb. 12, 1923, in Ethel, W.Va., the daughter of the late, Allie and Mattie Reynolds Johnson. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Ernest Boyd Wagers Sr., a retired Tech Sgt. with the U.S. Air Force; and one son, Rudolph Wagers. She was retired from Perry Novell Shoe Factory in Huntington, a veteran of the U.S. Navy World War II as a truck driver, member of VFW Auxiliary Cobb Co. Ga., a Little League Mother for 12 years at League No. 8, an avid bowler and a lifelong Cincinnati Reds Fan. She is survived by two daughters, Rose Thornburg of Barboursville, W.Va., and Ann (Mike) Kane of Kathleen, Ga.; two sons, Ambrose (Ben) Wager of Johnson City, Texas, and Ernest Boyd Wagers Jr. (Kim) of Huntington, W.Va.; four grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, and a special niece, Judy and Poe Bradbury of Ona, W.Va. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012, at Henson Mortuary, Barboursville, with Rev. Paul R. Farley officiating. Burial followed in the Maupin Cemetery, Ona, W.Va. Memorial donations may be made in her memory to Hospice of Huntington or a charity of your choice. Online condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting www.hensonmortuary.com.
RITA M. KING WARD Rita M. King Ward, 90, of Midland Meadows Senior Living, Ona, W.Va., formerly of Lavalette, W.Va., passed away Sunday, August 12, 2012.
Funeral services were held at the Lavalette United Methodist Church on Wednesday, August 15. Woman at the Well Ministries, Kim Miller, Erika Klose, and Beth Ross along with Pastor Carol McKay officiated at the service. Burial followed at Spring Valley Memory Gardens. Rita was born on December 30, 1921, in Huntington, W.Va., a daughter of the late Arthur and Rose Marie King. Rita was preceded in death by her husband Jack Q. Ward, son Stephen R. Ward, brother Robert King, and a sister Betty Jo King. She graduated from St. Joseph High School in Huntington. After her marriage to Jack, Rita was a life-long resident of Lavalette. She was known throughout the Lavalette community for her delicious pies and passed that skill and recipes on to her granddaughters. Rita is survived by one daughter Jacquelyn M. Ward of Morehead City, N.C.; one son Daniel J. (Delores) Ward of Barboursville, W.Va.; five grandchildren, Jeff Ward of Pittsburgh, Pa., Stephanie Kendall of Washington, D.C., Rebekah Ward of Chicago, Ill., Matthew (Carol) Ward of Proctorville, Ohio and Laura Ward of Culloden, W.Va.; two special sisters-in-law and their husbands, Betty (Charlie) Ellis, Gail (Bostic) Brumfield; three great-grandchildren; several loving nieces and nephews; and a special former daughterin-law, Beverly Ward Gibson. The family would like to thank all the wonderful caregivers at Midland Meadows Senior Living where she received the best of care and much love from the staff. Rita loved them all. Donations may be made to Lavalette United Methodist Church or Hospice of Huntington. Beard Mortuary assisted the family. Online condolences may be conveyed to the family at www.beardmortuary.com.
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Historic Preservation Survey and Planning Grants Available CHARLESTON — The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) is accepting applications for historic preservation survey and planning grants now through Oct. 31, 2012. Approximately $80,000 will be awarded from funding appropriated by the U.S. Congress for preservation efforts through the National Park Ser vice Historic Preservation Fund. State and local gover nment agencies, not-forprofit organizations, for-profit organizations and firms, and educa-
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