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LIONS AND LEO HAVE SUCCESSFUL FOOD DRIVE FOR CABELL MIDLAND FOOD PANTRY, PAGE 6

Mid-Century Modern American Glass Symposium and Public Activities

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Turnkey construction company building success in local area By Jack Bailey jackbailey@theputnamstandard.com

Blenko Glass Company No 667-S Pitcher in Tangerine with Wheat Handle. SUBMITTED ARTICLE WESTON, WV – The Museum of American Glass (MAG) in Weston, West Virginia is sponsoring a “double barreled” event focusing on Mid-Century Modern American Glass the last weekend in September. The “barrel” for current glass collectors includes a symposium, discussions and display. The second “barrel” for the public includes an auction, glass identification and a show and sale. The term Mid-Century Modern was used to describe furniture styles as early as the mid-1950’s and is now recognized by scholars and museSEE GLASS ON PAGE 5

HOW TO REACH US PHONE: (304) 743-6731 FAX: (304) 562-6214

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TEAYS VALLEY – Putnam County-based MCP Enterprises LLC has quickly grown to be an industry leader in the building construction business. Locally, the turnkey building construction company has a number of projects in the works, including the construction of a steel frame building for the Hurricane Gas. Co. “MCP is a West Virginia company. We want West Virginia companies to support us and do business with us, just as we do with them,” said Jamison Humphrey, who founded the company with his wife, Jennifer, in 2007 in the Beckley

An MCP Enterprises employee in a bucket truck examines the structural steel used in a new building for Hurricane Gas Co. Photo by Jack Bailey

area. MCP Enterprises began work on the Hurricane Gas Co. building recently, and the work is expected to be completed in the next few weeks. Depending on the size and complexity of a job, MCP Enterprises can erect a new building in anywhere from two weeks to 60 days. Initially, the company performed a great deal of work for the coal industry, and while mining remains important, MCP Enterprises now does work across all types of business. The company has also started to do a great deal of work for local government agencies throughout West Virginia, including the Putnam SEE COMPANY ON PAGE 12

Early voting to be offered at County Field Office in Ona By Jack Bailey jackbailey@theputnamstandard.com

HUNTINGTON – The Cabell County Commission has authorized early voting for the November general election to take place at the Cabell County Sheriff's Field Office in Ona. The Commission approved the use of the field office as an early voting location at its Aug. 9 meeting on a unanimous vote. Previously, early voting took place only at the courthouse in Huntington. “This is something that will be very beneficial to the voters in eastern Cabell County,” said Cabell County Commis-

The Cabell County Commission has authorized early voting for the November general election to take place at the Cabell County Sheriff's Field Office at Ona. Previously, voters could only vote early at the courthouse in Huntington. Photo by Jack Bailey. sion President Nancy Cartmill. “This is a very positive

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sioner Bob Bailey added that the move to allow early voting at the Field Office in Ona is something that he has supported for a long time. The office is located on Howell's Mill Road in Ona. “I've wanted this for a long time,” Bailey said. Cabell County Sheriff Tom McComas said that the early voting will temporarily displace one of his detective's offices at the field office, but he was happy to make the move to accommodate early voters. “We will move whatever it takes to make it happen,” McComas told commissioners at SEE OFFICE ON PAGE 3

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Page 2 –Tuesday,August 14,2012 Revival at Sunrise Temple Baptist Church Sunrise Temple Baptist Church, Prichard Road, Ona will be having Revival Services August 19-22, 7 p.m. nightly (Sunday night at 6 p.m.). Steve Cook, Evangelist, will be bringing the message each night (as well as in both the Sunday morning and evening services). Special singing nightly: Sunday: Sunrise Temple Baptist Church Monday: Mt. Zion Tuesday: Olive Baptist Church Wednesday: Debbie Finley. Pastor Mark Finley and the congregation invite YOU to come worship with them during these special services. Everyone welcome.

Youth Revival A Youth Revival will be held at Good Hope Baptist Church, Kilgore Creek, Milton on August 16, 17 and 18 with Justin Berry, Evangelist. Service begins at 7:00 p.m. with special singing nightly. Everyone welcome. Pastor: Rev. Chad Clark.

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.

Rental Space Available Milton fire department rents out the building for special occasions such as birthday parties,

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showers, reunions, etc. For rental information, call Kenney-304743-6994

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.

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.

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.

Boy Scouts meet at Milton Baptist Church Milton Baptist Church sponsors Cub Scouts for boys 1st thru 5th grades. The meetings are held on Monday evenings from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. MBC also sponsors Boy Scouts for boys 6th thru 12th grades. Their meetings are held on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. If you have a child or know of a child that would like to join the Scouts, they are most welcome to come and join on the evening that their age group meets.

Culloden, West Virginia USPS 082-160 The Cabell Standard (ISSN, 10412255) is published weekly at P.O. Box 186, Culloden, WV 25510. Yearly subscription rates: In-County $22.00; In-State $38.00; Out-of-State $48.00. Bill Unger, Publisher Periodical Postage paid at Main Post Office, Culloden, WV, and additional mailing offices under the act of March 3, 1979. Postmaster: Send address changes to the Cabell Standard, P.O. Box 186, Culloden, WV 25510. We reserve the right to accept, reject and to edit all news and advertising copy.

“Fun on the Lawn” at April Dawn Park On Wednesday, August 15th Milton Baptist Church will be hosting “Fun on the Lawn” at April Dawn Park. There will be food, music, games, inflatables and most of all the Word of God. Plan to join the fun beginning at 6:00 p.m.

5K Run/Walk for Sight – August 18th Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind presents its 10th annual 5K Run/Walk for Sight on Saturday, August 18th – beginning at 9 a.m. - at Ritter Park in Huntington. Awards will be given in different age groups. Free refreshments will be served. Call 304-522-6991 or visit www.cabellwayne.org for registration form.

Alumni Reunion Information - Winfield High School To all former students, graduates, faculty and staff of Winfield High School: The annual Winfield High School Alumni Reunion will be held on Saturday, September 8th at the Winfield Middle School from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A light lunch will be available. For more information, contact Barbara (Cottrell) Gross 304-5864346 or Kathleen (Riffle) Sowards 304-586-9463.

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 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.

JeffersonWhitney to present FAN Night at Appalachian Power Park HURRICANE – JeffersonWhitney, a Hurricane based financial planning, insurance and investment firm, is presenting FAN Night at the Appalachian Power Park in Charleston on Aug. 25. F.A.N., similar to Major League’s DAN (Disabilities Awareness Night), is about bringing awareness to the public of the special needs community as well as introducing families with special needs to a variety of professionals and services available to them. The night will focus on emphasizing the achievements that can be accomplished in the face of adversity as well as celebrating those that care and advocate for the special needs community. Multiple organizations and services will be represented at the game, featuring individuals with special needs throwing out the first pitch, singing the National Anthem and participating in the ballpark antics like the Hot Dog Race. Adequate and accessible parking is available at Plaza East (across from the ball park), and Appalachian Power Park is fully ADA compliant. For game night information and a complete listing of the organizations participating visit www.jeffersonwhitney.com or call (304) 397-6517.

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).

White Cane Day Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind celebrates White Cane Day on Saturday, October 13 from 10 am to 2 pm at the Paul R.

Concerned Citizens’ Committee For An I-64 Interchange at Culloden, W.Va. Gary P. Adkins, Chairman 304-743-4074 e-mail gadkins4074@suddenlink.net Purchased and Promised by the DOH since 1957

The Cabell Standard Slone Activities Center, 63 West 3rd Avenue, Huntington. There will be displays, demonstrations and information. Call 304-522-6991 for details.

Covered Bridge Car Club Cruise-In The last Friday of the month from April through September come out to Perry-Morris Square in Milton when The Covered Bridge Car Club hosts a Cruise-In beginning at 5 p.m. and continuing until dusk. For more information, call Andrew at 304-743-5321 or 304-654-0745 or email coveredbridgecarclub@msn.com.

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 304757-6073 or go online at www.teaysvalleypresby.com.

Ride for Sight Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind announces its 4th annual motorcycle Ride for Sight to be held on Saturday, September 15th. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m., with the ride beginning at 11 a.m. Registration is $15/single; $20/double. Ride through West Virginia’s beautiful countryside and support the blind and visually impaired of your community. Call 304-522-6991 for more information.

PRISM (Purposeful Relationships In Singles Ministry) Milton Baptist Church offers PRISM for singles of all ages. Our goal is to offer a friendly and caring atmosphere for single adults to fellowship and provide opportunities for personal and spiritual growth. Single adults of ALL ages are invited to be part of an exciting, and growing ministry! We meet the 3rd Saturday of each month. CONTINUED ON PAGE 3

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Living Proof Live 2012 Experience Living Proof Live with Beth Moore and Travis Cottrell live via simulcast at Milton Baptist Church! Beth Moore is a speaker and author of best-selling Bible studies and other books for women. Beth is a woman of purpose, preparation, prayer, and passion. It's apparent in everything she does, from teaching Bible studies at her home church and on her blog to speaking to the thousands of women who attend her Living Proof Live conferences each year. Where: Milton Baptist Church When: Saturday, September 15th Time: Doors open at 8:30 am Coffee & muffins Registration fee: $25.00 per person; at the Door: $30.00 per person (Lunch is included in registration) T-shirts $12.00 - Sept. 1 Deadline to purchase. Facebook: Milton Baptist Church www.miltonbaptistchurch.net or Phone: (304) 743-3461 Lisa Legg for more information.

Ice Cream Social Church in the Valley, 1173 James River Turnpike , Milton, WV. Ice cream social fund raiser on August 18, 2012 from 4pm7pm. Austin’s Homemade ice cream, hot dogs, barbecues, chips, drinks, and desserts. Games for children and a cake walk. Everyone invited. Please try to come.

COUNCIL FROM PAGE 1 their Aug. 9 meeting. “This will be a great service to the citizens of the area.” In other news at the Aug. 9 Commission meeting, commissioners approved the publication of notices to begin advertising for bids for the construction of a new ambulance station in Barboursville. In March, the Commission authorized funds to purchase land in Barboursville with the intention to build an ambulance station there. The new station will be located on Riverview Drive. There will be a pre-bid meeting of contractors interested in the project on Aug. 16, and all bids must be submitted by Aug. 30. There will

be a special meeting of the Cabell County Commission on Aug. 30 to open and consider the bids. The bid will then be awarded at the Sept. 13 meeting of the Commission. Cabell County EMS Director Gordon Merry said that he was excited to see the project take the next step forward, and that he hopes ground can be broken on the new station as soon as possible following the Sept. 13 meeting. He said that depending on weather conditions once ground is broken on the station it could be completed in less than a year. In other news at the Aug. 9 meeting, commissioners es-

tablished Trick or Treat for Cabell County for Tuesday, Oct. 30, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Commissioners also approved a Community Participation Grant of $1,000 for the Ona Little League. Commissioners also approved new guidelines for the distribution of hotel occupancy tax funds. Now when groups apply to receive such funds from the Commission they will be asked to also submit certain required paperwork before their request will be considered. The new guidelines also require groups receiving funds to submit paperwork showing how the funds were spent. “We are getting so many re-

quests right now that it is a must that we know how they are spending this money,” Cartmill said. Commissioners also approved $10,000 from Hotel Occupancy Tax Funds for the Huntington Symphony Orchestra. Also at the Aug. 9 meeting, commissioners approved the employment of Brooke Armstrong as a part-time clerk in the Circuit Clerk's Office, and approved the employment of Ashley Nicole Atteberry as a full-time telecommunicator. The next meeting of the Cabell County Commission will be on Thursday, Aug. 23, at 10 a.m. at the Cabell County Courthouse in Huntington.

Macy’s presents Hilltop: Books Only - Aug. 18/19 at HMOA Macy’s Presents Hilltop: Books Only takes place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, 2012, and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012. Macy’s Presents Hilltop: Books Only is a major fund-raiser for the Huntington Museum of Art. Admission is $5 on Saturday and free on Sunday courtesy of Macy’s. Volunteers and HMA staff

CWAB Meeting August 21st All Consumers of Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind are urged to attend regularly scheduled monthly association meetings. These meetings are designed to keep consumers informed and upto-date on events and activities of the Services Division and topics relative to the association as a whole. Remember, to have a quorum, to be able to discuss and vote on association business, a majority plus one voting member must be present. Free transportation to these meetings is provided upon request with advance notice and scheduling availability Meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month from 1-3 p.m.

Parent Survey for Special Needs Students need returned by Aug. 31st The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) Office of Special Programs and Cabell County Schools are working in partnership to gather information from parents about the district’s special education programs. WVDE has contracted with Measurement Incorporated to develop and release a survey for parents of students with special needs. The survey should be returned by August 31, 2012 in the enclosed stamped envelope.

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The school district appreciates parent input and encourages those who received a survey to participate. For more information or assistance, please contact Karen Veazey, Director of Special Education, by calling (304) 528-5029.

members sort and arrange the used books by categories for two weeks prior to Macy’s Presents Hilltop: Books Only. You’ll find children’s books, mysteries, romances, textbooks, art books, and a smaller number of used videos and records. HMA will accept used books right up until the day before the sale. Books can be

dropped off at HMA’s Loading Dock. If you have a large number of books, you can arrange for someone to come and collect them by calling (304) 529-2701. Macy’s presents Hilltop: Books Only, which also receives support from West Virginia Fairs and Festivals. For more information on events at HMA, visit

www.hmoa.org or call (304) 529-2701. HMA is fully accessible. West Virginia residents may obtain a summary of the registration and financial documents from the Secretary of State, State Capitol, Charleston, WV 25305. Registration does not imply endorsement.


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Debbie’s Poetry Corner

RECIPE OF THE WEEK:

Fresh Broccoli Salad

By Debra J. Harmes-Kurth

Send your poetry to Debra Harmes-Kurth 1042 Pike Street • Milton,WV 25541

Ingredients 2 heads fresh broccoli 1 red onion 1/2 pound bacon 3/4 cup raisins 3/4 cup sliced almonds 1 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup white sugar 2 tablespoons white wine vinegar

Art by Natalie Larson

Directions Place bacon in a deep skillet and cook over medium high heat until evenly brown. Cool and crumble. Cut the broccoli into bite-size pieces and cut the onion into thin bite-size slices. Combine with the bacon, raisins, your favorite nuts and mix well. To prepare the dressing, mix the mayonnaise, sugar and vinegar together until smooth. Stir into the salad, let chill and serve.

All Cabell Public Schools earn Bronze Awards from USDA Food and Nutrition Service The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service has announced that every single public school in Cabell County and the district itself will be receiving Bronze Awards as part of the department’s HealthierUS School Challenge (HUSSC). The USDA’s HUSSC strives to improve the health the nation’s children by promoting healthier school environments. Schools are recognized for improvement in the quality of food, providing students with nutrition education, and providing students the opportunities for physical activity. “I’m extremely proud of all of our schools and our district as a whole for being recognized nationally,” says Rhonda McCoy, Food Services Director for Cabell County Schools. “It shows their hard work in feeding students healthy meals and promoting healthy lifestyles is making a real difference in the well-being of our children.” For receiving the Bronze award, each school in Cabell County will be presented with $500.00 to further their efforts, a plaque and a banner. These are in addition to funds already awarded to the schools by the West Virginia Department of Education Office of Child Nutrition to encourage their participation in the USDA program. For more information, please contact Rhonda McCoy by calling (304) 528- 5048.

August Birthdays!

Happy Birthday to ALL Jim Drown Buzzy Hutchinson Anthony Lunsford Ron Hoffman Cynthia Allison Ashton N. Ernst William R. Gunnell Phyllis L. Hale Shonet K. Holley Diana L. Howard Freelin G. Johnson Cynthia S. Keeney Daria M. Lutz

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Alfred Dorn said “A poet should always have one foot in the air!” which brings me to the topic I am going to be writing about for the next few columns - Figurative Language. A poet that employs the use of simile, metaphor, allusion, metonymy, personification, hyperbole, symbolism, allegory, paradox, imagery, etc. is a real treat to read. Some poets naturally perceive the world around them in a unique manner, and have the ability to translate their perceptions into figurative language. While for other writers this is a learning experience, and if you are willing to work at it you will learn. For the next several columns I will be briefly describing some figures of speech which can enrich both your reading and writing experience. A Simile is an explicit comparison between two things, which are not alike by using words such as like, as, similar to, seems, resembles or than. Here are some examples. His voice was rich and smooth like chocolate. I looked at the house, it seemed to me a creature breathing and alive. Until next time, keep reading and writing. You can send your poetry to the above address or email me at: cabellputnamstandardpoetry@h otmail.com. ***

Two Score Years (This was written by my son in 2009) Two score years in haste passed by, The race, the goal, approaches nigh. Friends whose faces are in memory young, Lined now by lessons which time has sprung, Serve as mirrors to denial’s eye. Wisdom counsels joy in life, Focusing not on times of strife. Petty pursuits, with ardent desire, Chased ‘til exalted aims are mired, And lonely bitterness runs rife. I, too, have walked the foolish way, Flouting prudence to my dismay. Still, a life with fervent joy and pain, And two score more years may yet remain, Thus I chose to grasp the day. Ken Barrett (Hurricane,WV) *** What is Faith? Faith, a word so misunderstood by this corrupt world

What is the hidden meaning behind this befuddling noun? Faith is believing whole-heartedly in something without any doubts or regrets It does not resemble an item that can be purchased and carried away in a plastic bag only to eventually be disregarded by its owner for its worthless value When pain and devastation creep into our lives, why do we really pour out our souls to God? As humans we need a divine being to believe in Someone to cast out all the junk of the world that tries to consume us For we are not of the world We just have to endure living in this bottomless abyss While attempting to keep our souls pure and free of sin Even though scripture reveals God's love endures forever, We, the helpless sheep, must possess the faith that God is our shepherd And hopefully in time all the sheep will return to the secure pasture Brooke Hager, Cross Lanes,WV

Cabell County Schools Announces Two Hour Late Start Days Cabell County Schools is announcing several two-hour late start days for the 2012-2013 school year. On the dates listed, the school day will begin two hours later than a normal school day to offer teachers to receive

training. The two-hour late start days will be: September 26th (Wednesday) October 24th (Wednesday) January 16th (Wednesday) February 27th (Wednesday)

March 27th (Wednesday) On these days, the school breakfast and lunch programs will follow the two-hour late start schedule but schools will still be serving both meals.


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GLASS FROM PAGE 1 ums world-wide as a significant design movement. Yet in glass collecting circles, the glass design knowledge base has been stalled in the “depression era” that became wildly popular in the mid1960’s and early 1970’s. So time has come to move the glass knowledge base forward and build a wider appreciation for glass made in the 1945 to 1970 era. Hence the goal of this event is to network, share and work collaboratively with individuals and clubs to craft a movement that studies and chronicles the American made glass of the mid-century period. Glass produced after World War II dramatically changed in style, use and design and was made by such companies as Blenko, Canton Casual, Fenton Mid-Century Modern, Morgantown, Smith and Viking. Beautiful one-of-akind signed designer glass was also made in the post-war period and will be considered in the week-end discussions. The symposium, for registered attendees, begins Thursday evening September 27, 2012 with an open house at the museum. It continues on Friday with presentations and table exhibits which will compete for prizes. Registration for the two and a half day event including three meals is just $76 for MAG member and $84 for others. The public is invited to the Friday evening auction to which symposium participants may consign up to three pieces. The auctioneer, well known Blenko collector Rock Wilson, will provide an additional number of pieces to guarantee 100 lots of glass. MAG will retain 20% of all hammer prices with no other commissions. The public is also invited to a show and sale on Saturday with free admission from 10am to 3pm with a charge of $5 for early admission from 8am to 10am. From 11am until noon there will be free glass identification with a written report, no appraisals, for up to four pieces of glass per person. For further information or to register contact the mu-

Weekly Devotional

Velma’s View

By Mary Jane

By Velma Kitchens

Gathering the Harvest Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time; Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you. 1 Peter 5:6,7 Have you ever thought about age? How quickly it comes and goes. If you meditate about your past, soon you will see the years have flown by, as well as the time has changed in how we live our lives today. I think we take so much for granted, such as our utilities when they are suddenly cut off. Recently when high winds and rain damage hit our state, people scrambled like rats trying to consume a last bite. What! No air condition, no gasoline, and ice gone from the stores. Panic evolved quickly. If you have ever talked to a now elderly person who lived thru the 30’s Depression Era, you will soon understand their reason for living so frugal in today’s time. Which is good and we could learn a lot from them. Such as gardening and preserving the harvest. A dear friend of mine was so concerned that her green beans were going to waste, as no one would come to pick and can the beans – a vegetable easy to plant but not so easy to prepare for storing. No one wants to take the time to pick when you can purchase them frozen or canned and be on the table in minutes. In today’s world we want it now! So I picked and canned some beans for her to see not all was waste. There are times we need to humble ourselves, take the time to help one another and care for others first. If you do this, it is you who receives the good feeling. God cares for each of us in different ways. Cast your cares upon Him and He will see that you are taken care of also. Prayer: Thank you Heavenly Father of all our needs you supply daily - so many - too numerous to name.. Amen.

seum at 304-269-5006 or at www.magwv.com. The Museum of American Glass in West Virginia is open daily Memorial Day through Labor Day noon to 4:00pm. The balance of the year the museum is open daily noon to 4:00pm and closed on Wednesday and Sunday. Admission is free. It is easily accessible off I-79 exit 99 onto US 33 West for two miles to Main Avenue. A left turn onto Main and the museum is on the left at 230 Main Avenue. Begun in 1992, the museum relocated to its present location in 2007 and occupies 12,000 square feet with over 12,000 pieces of glass on permanent display. The museum is home to the National Marble Museum and The American Flint Glass Workers Union Archives. The museum holds an annual marble festival and numerous special exhibits throughout the year. More in-

formation can be found at http://magwv.com/. Questions about programs or the museum can be directed to 304-269-5006.

A Day in Florida (In First Grade) First grade in Florida was really fun. We were able to go outside and play every day. I remember my teacher, Mrs. McDaniel. She would read Bible stories each day before class. She also prayed with us. I was so happy in her class. I could always remember her name as that was the same name as McDaniel’s store in Culloden where I would go get candy. I also would go to Blake’s store and get candy… penny candy was one of my favorite things. Fifty cents would buy 50 pieces of candy. Anyway, Mrs. McDaniel in Florida was a nice lady. She had dark hair and spoke softly. She was a very good teacher. My sister and I usually walked to school and went home for lunch. We wanted to see our Mom. She would have lunch ready for us. As a child I didn’t know how far we walked, but it wasn’t very far. One day at lunchtime, a bad storm hit. The rain was coming down in sheets. Mrs. McDaniel tried to get us to stay and eat at school. My sister was going to stay, but being the opposite, I said “I am going home.” The teachers got together and said we could go home, but we didn’t have to come back as the storm was really bad. I remember running home in the wind and rain trying to keep up with my sister. She had longer legs than I and she was older by two years. She could run. To a small child it seemed as if it took us a long time to get home running on the sidewalks. When we finally reached home, my Mom was amazed that we left school. We told her the teachers tried to get us to stay, but we insisted on coming home. We took a hot shower and were free the rest of the day. Life was good! (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 trudyblack@thecabellstandard.com or mail them to PO Box 186, Culloden, WV 25510).

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YARD SALE Saturday, Aug. 18, 2012 8:00 till 2:00 Shop the city for the special bargain! For more information call

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Lions and Leo have successful Food Drive for Cabell Midland Food Pantry Seven Barboursville Lions Club members and six Barboursville Leo Club members worked together at Foodfair on Route 60 on Saturday, August 4, to raise money and collect food for the Cabell Midland Food Pantry. Working in teams of two, three, and four members every two hours, the Lions and Leos worked from 9:00 A.M. until 7:00 P.M. Their efforts were rewarded.They were able to collect 183 pounds of food and $235 in contributions. Lion Charlie Buzzard, president of the Barboursville Lions Club and advisor for the Barboursville Leo Club, said that he was very pleased with the results of the food drive and the money collected. He wishes to thank all those who contributed

to its success. The Barboursville Lions Club has been serving the Barboursville community for 70 years. The club has 42 members currently, but is always looking for new members

who want to serve their community. To learn more about the club, take a look at the club’s website: eclubhouse.org/Barboursville. The Barboursville Leo Club is a youth club affiliated with the Bar-

boursville Lions Club. It is a community-based club that includes youth ages 12 to 18.This club meets on the first and third Thursday of each month at 6:30 P.M. at the Barboursville Community Building,

721 Central Avenue in Barboursville. The club has raised about $1,500 in this last year to meet the needs of the community and local area.

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Tuesday,August 14,2012 – Page 7

Maybe some other names, please?

David Payne Sr.

Column by David Payne Sr. davidpayne@theputnamstandard.com

This has been the first summer boating season since the city of Nitro opened its Robert C. Byrd Boat Launch. The access point takes some of the pressure from the boat launch in Raymond City and gives boaters good access to the Kanawha and Coal rivers. It's also a great lemons-tolemonade story, of converting a polluted waste space into a place of recreation. However, I'm just going to come right out and say it: it's

high time we stop naming stuff after Robert C. Byrd. Seriously, can we just please stop naming things after Robert C. Byrd already? I remember sitting in the newsroom of a daily newspaper during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The news reports spoke of fighting around the Saddam Hussein International Airport – The Saddam Hussein This and The Saddam Hussein That. The sports editor turned to me and said “Saddam still doesn't have half the stuff named after him that Robert C. Byrd has.” Who knows how many various Robert C. Byrd things there are in this state – despite the fact that his first political office was exalted cyclops of his local KKK or the battle he fought against Civil Rights in Congress during the 1960s. There was this perception that things might fare a little better for your project if you named it “Robert C. Byrd.” I reported on North Bend Lake during the several years it took to construct it. One interesting thing I remember with North Bend Lake is that it spent sev-

eral years without an official name and there was an “understanding” that it would get a Congressionally-recognized name if folks wanted to call it Robert C. Byrd Lake and Dam – despite the fact there was already a Robert C. Byrd dam on the Ohio River. It was so long without a name, as I remember that the city of Harrisville voted to name it. I can't remember the name they chose, but nobody liked it. Everybody called it North Bend Lake and I called it North Bend Lake in my stories and columns. The name stuck. Schoolwise, there are more than 30 schools or school buildings named Robert C. Byrd. Even my alma mater, AldersonBroaddus College, named a building Robert C. Byrd. When you start counting college halls named for Byrd's wife, you are well over three dozen places. He has so much stuff named after him that we've run out of different places to name Robert C. Byrd, unless we change the name of Beckley to Robert C. Byrdingrad. Two objects crossing the Ohio River are named Robert C. Byrd – the Robert C. Byrd Locks and Dam near Point

Pleasant and the Robert C. Byrd Bridge crossing the Ohio River at Huntington – not to be confused with the Robert C. Byrd Bridge in Ohio County. If I said I was going to the Robert C. Byrd Community Center, would you know where I was? Probably not. There are two of them. There is a Robert C. Byrd Community Center in Marion County. There is another Robert C. Byrd Community Center in Pendleton County. What about the Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse and Federal Building? I could be talking about the Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse and Federal Building in Beckley – or maybe the Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse and Federal Building in Charleston. There's two Robert C. Byrd Clinics, but the one in Huntington bears the name “VA Addition,” so at least you might be able to tell them apart. How about we name something after someone who is – and this might be hard for some folks to imagine – somebody who is not Robert C. Byrd. The idea behind naming

things for people is that you ensure those people are not forgotten. You drive down the Jennings Randolph Highway, see the sign and maybe you'll want to learn something about who Jennings Randolph was. What we do instead in West Virginia is use the naming of things to create a cult of personality. It used to be if you named something “The Robert C. Byrd” whatever, you had a better chance of getting some money in the future. Now that he is dead, those days are over. How about we find somebody else to name projects for? How about the J.H. Marcum Boat Launch for our next boat ramp? Almost nobody knows who J.H. Marcum was. He was West Virginia's Fish and Game Warden who basically created what is now known as the DNR. Or what about Wayne Bailey who resurrected the West Virginia turkey from the brink of extirpation. It's hard to remember anybody when you only take the time to remember one man. Contact David Payne Sr. at davidpayne@theputnamstandard.com.

Compiled by David Payne Sr.

New Cabela’s Store in Charleston opens to the Public

Trout stocking: Trout Stocking: Aug. 7, Jennings Randolph and Tygart tailwaters. Beech Fork: Reservoir water level is at summer pool. Anglers should call the Beech Fork Corps of Engineers office at (304) 5254831 for more information. Bass fishing may be slowing now with hot day time temperatures. Try fishing early in the morning or near dusk to beat the heat, channel catfish will be actively feeding during this time as well. Hybrid striped bass and white bass can be caught using white lures. East Lynn: The reservoir water level is at summer pool. For more information call the Corps of Engineers recorded message at (304) 849-9861. Bass will be holding near logs, stumps and fish attracting brush piles. Musky will be found near brush piles and fallen trees. Try crappie fishing around standing timber or trees that have fallen into the water. A few walleye have been caught in the lake and tailwater. Stephens Lake: The water is very clear. To improve the odds of catching fish, use light line, cast far, and reduce noise, fish quietly and carefully. Anglers fishing at dawn, dusk and into the night are finding greater success due to limited boat traffic and cooler conditions. These anglers are using mostly surface lures like jitterbugs, buzz baits and prop baits for success. Bass are also being caught using wacky rigged worms in various colors at various depths. Catfish have been recently caught using chicken livers, worms and prepared dip baits. Lower Ohio and Kanawha Rivers: Stillwater fishing should be excellent. Jigs with minnows could provide some excellent catches of sauger, white bass, hybrid striped bass and freshwater drum. If artificial baits are your preference white and chartreuse are good colors to try. Blue, flathead and channel catfish activity is picking up.

SUBMITTED ARTICLE CHARLESTON – More than 3,000 customers waited in line before streaming through the doors as Cabela’s Inc. officially opened its new Charleston store on Thursday, Aug. 9. Grand Opening kicked off a weekend-long celebration featuring music, outdoor celebrities, family and youth activities, giveaways and more. “The turnout of loyal Cabela’s customers was incredible, which shows just how passionate West Virginians are about the outdoors,” said Cabela’s Chief Executive Officer Tommy Millner. “This was a big day, a huge success, and the best part is it’s only the beginning. We look forward to serving the sportsmen and women of Charleston for many years to come.” Millner, U.S. Rep. Shelley Charleston Moore Capito and

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Mayor Danny Jones, along with other special guests, hosted a unique ribbon-cutting ceremony in which Cabela’s Pro Staffer Tom Nelson shot the ribbon with a bow and arrow. Doors then immediately opened for business. It took about an hour for the entire line of customers to walk through the doors of the 80,000-square-foot store located along U.S. Route 119 South in the Southridge shopping center area across from Home Depot and other retailers. The store is Cabela’s second in West Virginia, joining the Wheeling location. It features thousands of outdoor products, more than 240 trophy animal mounts, a Bargain Cave, Gun Library, Deli, mountain replica and aquarium. Currently, Cabela’s operates 38 retail stores across

the United States and Canada. The company will open retail locations in Rogers, Ark., and Union Gap, Wash., in 2012. It also has announced plans to open stores in Saginaw, Mich.; Grandville, Mich.; Louisville, Ky.; Columbus, Ohio; Green Bay, Wis.; Lone Tree, Colo.; and Thornton, Colo., in 2013. Cabela’s recently announced plans to open a store in Anchorage, Alaska, in 2014. Cabela’s Incorporated, headquartered in Sidney, Nebraska, is a leading specialty retailer, and the world’s largest direct marketer, of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor merchandise. Since the Company’s founding in 1961, Cabela’s has grown to become one of the most well-known outdoor recreation brands in the world.


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Down 1. Deserving affection 2. Not using liquid 3. Concluding musical passages played at a faster speed 4. ___ Christian Andersen 5. Altdorf is its capital 6. Allotment 7. Reddish brown 8. “Terrible” czar 9. Grimace 10. Humorous play on words (pl.) 11. Appear 12. Therapeutic massage 13. Even smaller 14. Small bone, esp. in middle ear 21. Unshakably 24. Unite 25. Beginning

27. Depth charge targets (2 wds) 29. Hawaiian dish 30. Bony 32. Large North American deer 34. Publicity, slangily 36. Appear, with “up” 37. Spanish male gypsies

38. River to the Atlantic through Venezuela and Columbia 39. More pronounced bowed legs 41. Relating to pigs 42. Revenues 43. Most orderly 46. Dawn goddess

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The Cabell Standard ANTHONY JAMES BAILEY PATRICIA LORAINE BALDWIN MICKY ANNE NEWMAN (BISIN) VICTOR CRAIG BLACKBURN VERNON LEE CHANDLER VERBA E. CONARD EDNA WALLACE DAVIS MARK ALLEN DAVIS THEODORE ROBERT DIXON, JR. JOAN B. FALLER KATHRYN KYLE KEYS DELORIS JEAN THOMAS KIRK ESTELLE PINTO KLEIN DR. RICHARD HARVEY MORRISON NORA EILEEN PRINCE PERRY

ANTHONY JAMES BAILEY Anthony James Bailey, 25, of Huntington, W.Va., passed away Wednesday, August 1, 2012. Funeral services were conducted Sunday, August 5, 2012, at the Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville, by Rev. Leonard Cremeans. Burial followed in Bailey Cemetery. He was born January 6, 1987, in Huntington, a son of Angela Bailey Smith of Barboursville, W.Va., and the late Walter Odell Hysell. He was also preceded in death by an infant son Joseph, and his uncle Boyce Ray Bailey. He is also survived by his daughter Jasmine Marie Bailey; one son Anthony James Bailey, II; sister Tristan Nichole Smith of Barboursville; brother Brandon Lee Bailey of Barboursville; maternal grandparents Boyce and Gail Bailey of Barboursville; maternal great-grandmother Morline McCallister of West Hamlin, W.Va., and a host of relatives and friends. The family would like to thank special friends Mike and Cheri Christian and family, and Terry and Misty. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace. Wallace Funeral Home, Barboursville was in charge of arrangements.

PATRICIA LORAINE BALDWIN Patricia Loraine Baldwin, 74, formerly residing in Culloden and now of Iowa Falls, Iowa, died Saturday, July 28, 2012, at the Eldora Nursing and Rehab Center, Eldora, Iowa. Interment will be August 6 in a private service for family members at Union Cemetery in Iowa Falls. Surls Funeral Home of Iowa Falls is in charge of arrangements. A memorial service celebrating Pat's life will be held at the Iowa Falls United Methodist Church sometime in October. Her many friends will be invited. Pat was born April 4, 1938, in Washington, Pa., the daughter of Charles and Sarah (Enlow) Scott.

She graduated from East Washington High School and had a 25year career as a flight attendant with Northwest Airlines, now Delta Airlines. On June 4, 1983, Pat was united in marriage with Richard L. Baldwin at the Methodist church in Bethel, Conn. Following Mr. Baldwin's retirement, the couple spent a number of years traveling extensively throughout the United States in their motor home and made lots of friends in several states in which they resided. Patricia was a faithful member of the United Methodist Church. She was also a lifelong lover of animals and, in addition to having numerous dogs and cats of her own, was active in various local organizations that rescued, sheltered and adopted out dogs and cats. Pat was an avid supporter of the Pittsburgh Steelers and an enthusiastic follower of the NFL. She and her husband watched the Steelers play every game they could and, at last count, had watched them play via satellite in at least six states. Pat is survived by her husband, Richard of Iowa Falls; two stepsons, Richard L. Baldwin Jr. of Honolulu, Hawaii, and James E. Baldwin of Tamuning, Guam; and two step-grandsons, Curtiss and Conor Baldwin of Honolulu. She was preceded in death by her parents and three brothers, Chuck, Tom and Bob Scott. Friends who wish to do so may contribute to memorials established in her name at Care Initiatives Hospice, 6915 Chancellor Drive, Suite A, Cedar Falls, IA 50613; or the Alzheimer's Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave., Floor 17, Chicago, IL 60601.

MICKY ANNE NEWMAN (BISIN) Micky Anne Newman (Bisin) was born with the sunrise on Monday morning January 23, 1950. After a difficult battle with cancer, and in the company of her loved ones, she passed onto the Everlasting Kingdom by way of a sun-drenched puffy cloud Sunday afternoon, July 29th. Annie was full of life and laughter. She was member of the Order of The Eastern Star. She held a degree in “clowning” and was always spreading cheer and the wisdom of the Lord. She loved art and cinema and sunsets on the beach. “Nesting” was her hobby, and she also liked to paint and sing. She was considerably well read and loved books, spending 17 years as a Librarian. Her zeal for knowledge made her curious about anything anyone else was interested in. She loved research and was a self- described “sponge”. She so loved children and young people alike, and followed through for so many while working for Save The Children. In each community she ever lived, through the many bible groups

and outreach ministries she took part in, she faithfully served to spread the word of the Lord Jesus Christ, whom she held above all others. She found her own peace within the gospel and firmly gripped the Lord’s hand as she left this life behind. She is survived by her daughter Jill Clark, mother Margaritte Hulley, sister Vivian Sue Atkinson and family, sister-in-law Christine Newman, and devoted husband Patrick Bisin. A memorial service was held in her honor on Thursday August 2 at the Cornerstone Church in St. Petersburg, Florida. As her final act of selfless giving, she graciously offered her body to further the important research of the aggressive cancer that took her life. Her remains will finally be interred at Skyway Memorial Gardens in Palmetto, Florida beside her father Burwell Edward Newman.

VICTOR CRAIG BLACKBURN Victor Craig Blackburn, 55 of Pliny, W.Va., husband of Cathy Blackburn, died July 31 in Pleasant Valley Hospital. Services were held Sunday, August 5, 2012 at Deal Funeral Home; burial followed in the Blackburn Family Cemetery, Pliny.

VERNON LEE CHANDLER Vernon Lee Chandler, 70, of Apple Grove, W.Va., died Aug. 3 at St. Mary's Medical Center. Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Deal Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

VERBA E. CONARD Verba E. Conard, 95, of Huntington, W.Va., went home to be with the Lord on Monday, August 6, 2012. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday, August 8, 2012, at the Wallace Funeral Home, Milton, by the Rev. Chelcie Gibson and Rev. Bob Withers. Entombment followed in White Chapel Memorial Gardens Mausoleum. She was born January 31, 1917 in Mason County, W.Va., a daughter of the late Claude and Dorcas Holley Blake. She was a retired seamstress of sixty-four years. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Worthy Conard; three brothers, Elbert Blake, Shelba Blake and Charles Blake; five sisters, Norine Hesson, Kathleen Woody, Verna Greathouse, Selma Black and Anna Dailey; and one niece Kathy Blake. She leaves behind a number of nieces, nephews and family members. Memorial contributions may be made to the Cabell Wayne Association of the Blind, 38 Washington Ave., Huntington, WV

Tuesday,August 14,2012 – Page 9 25701. The family would like to give a special thanks to Chateau Grove of Barboursville and Hospice of Huntington.

EDNA WALLACE DAVIS Edna Wallace Davis, 95, of Davin, W.Va., went to sleep in the Lord Saturday, August 4, 2012, at Trinity Healthcare at Logan. She was born November 15, 1916, at Genoa in Wayne County, a daughter of the late Shelton and Lona Workman Wallace. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Anderson Davis; one sister Opal Graham; and four brothers, Curtis Wallace, Clarence Wallace, Cecil Wallace and Bernard Wallace. Edna was a retired school cook formerly employed by Logan County Schools at Braeholm and Buffalo Grade School for 20 years. Until she moved to Huntington to care for her elderly parents in 1975, Edna was a member of the Kistler Freewill Baptist Church. After the passing of her parents, she became the matriarch of the family. Edna loved to garden vegetables and can in the summertime. A pioneer woman who overcame many obstacles in her life, widowed at the age of 51 and a survivor of the Buffalo Creek disaster in 1972, Edna still maintained her joy and faith. He was a devoted and loving mother, grandmother, greatgrandmother, sister and friend. Those left to cherish her memory are two sons, Oscar (Patty) Davis of Edmond, Okla., and Orval Lee (Jennifer) Davis of Davin; four grandchildren, Shelly (Jeff) Reading of Edmond, OK, Tim Davis of Lafayette, LA, Steven (Lynn) Davis of Robinette, and Nicole (Kevin) Gwinn of Shady Spring, W.Va.; and six great-grandchildren, Whitney (David) Dickinson of Tulsa, Okla., Brett (Tyler) Jennings of Houston, Texas, Andrew Davis of Edmond, Okla., Caleb Davis of Robinette, W.Va., and Abigail and Meredith Gwinn of Shady Spring; one brother James (Ellen) Wallace of Alexandria, Va.; sister-in-law Patty Wallace of Barboursville, W.Va.; and many nieces and nephews along with a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Wednesday, August 8, 2012, at the Claypool United Methodist Church at Davin with Rev. Bryan C. Baker officiating. Burial fol-

lowed in Forest Lawn Cemetery at Pecks Mill, W.Va. Krantz-McNeely Funeral Home at Man was in charge of the arrangements.

MARK ALLEN DAVIS Mark Allen Davis, 44, of Culloden passed away Sunday, July 29, 2012 at him home after a short illness. He was employed at Kroger’s Deli Bakery in Teays Valley. Mark graduated from Hempfeild High School Greensburg, PA. and West Virginia State College (University) Institute, WV. Surviving mother Doris Davis of Culloden, WV and Father Dale Davis of Bluefield, WV; sister Diane Wysong and husband Van of Columbus, Ohio; niece Kayla and nephew Derek. Memorial services were held Friday, August 3, 2012 at Allen Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. James McGehee officiating. Burial followed in Valley View Memorial Park, Hurricane, West Virginia. Please visit allenfuneralhomewv.com to share memories and condolences.

THEODORE ROBERT DIXON, JR. Theodore Robert Dixon, Jr., 41, of Fraziers Bottom, passed away Monday July 30, 2012 at Charleston Area Medical Center. He was born February 4, 1971, in Pittsburgh, PA, a son of Georgetta Hynes Dixon of Fraziers Bottom, and the late Theodore Robert Dixon, Sr. He worked for several different restaurants. There were no public services and Chapman’s Mortuary was in charge of arrangements.

JOAN B. FALLER Joan B. Faller, 77, of Barboursville, W.Va., passed away Saturday, Aug. 4, 2012. Funeral services were conducted Monday, Aug. 6, 2012, at the Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville, by Minister David Gladwell. Burial followed in Ridgelawn Memorial Park. She was born on Aug. 13, 1934, the daughter of the late Ernest and Hazel Cyrus Kuhn. She was preceded in death by her husband, Carl Faller; three brothers, Harold, Herman and Lawrence "Hank" Kuhn. She is survived by one sister, Sharline Bowen of Barboursville; two brothers, Robert Kuhn and


Page 10 –Tuesday,August 14,2012 Lonnie Kuhn, both of Barboursville; and several nieces and nephews. Wallace Funeral Home, Barboursville was in charge of arrangements.

KATHRYN KYLE KEYS Miss Kathryn Kyle Keys, 88, of Barboursville, went home to be with the Lord Saturday, August 4, 2012, at Huntington Health and Rehab. She was born October 10, 1923, in Logan County, W.Va., a daughter of the late James W. and Angie L. Browning Keys. She is also preceded in death by one brother James Keys, Jr. She is survived by one brother Gary Keys and his wife Christine; sister-in-law Betty Keys; three nieces, Karen Gold, Peggy Snyder and Kathryn Jane Keys; two nephews, Vince Keys and James Walter Keys, III, with whom she shared many interests, and several great-nieces and greatnephews. After graduating from high school, Kathryn, in the spirit of "Rosie the Riveter," worked for Zenith/Polan Inc., which specialized in the manufacturing of lens assemblies and gun sights for aircraft during the Second World War. Later, Kathryn retired from Maidenform with over 40 years of service. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday, August 8, 2012, at White Chapel Memorial Gardens Mausoleum, Barboursville, with Pastor Jim Musgrave officiating. Wallace Funeral Home, Barboursville was in charge of arrangements.

DELORIS JEAN THOMAS KIRK Deloris Jean Thomas Kirk, 78, of Huntington, W.Va., went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Wednesday, August 1, 2012, at Emogene Dolin Jones Hospice House of Huntington. She was born November 26, 1933, in Logan W.Va., a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. L.

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Thomas. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Albert Gene Kirk, two brothers, Marvin "Sonny" Thomas and Walter "Buddy" Thomas, two sisters, Betty Lou Thomas and Carrie Bell Perez and one step-grandson Joey Taylor. Deloris was a graduate of Chapmanville High School and worked for Logan Manufacturing, G.C Murphy Five and Dime and Genie Inc., where she retired. She served the Lord since age 13 and was well known in the community as a soloist. Those left to cherish her memory include her daughter Brenda DeHaven (Tim) of Huntington, W.Va.; two sons, Richard Kirk (Fran) of Barboursville, W.Va., and Tim Kirk (Marie) of Hamlin, W.Va.; three sisters, Lillian Hainer of Chapmanville, W.Va., Ollie Coker of Tampa, Florida, and Ruth Kelly of Nevada; four grandchildren, Richard Stanley Kirk Jr., Angela Church of Barboursville, W.Va., Aaron DeHaven of Louisville, Ky., and Rachel DeHaven of Charlotte N.C.; seven great-grandchildren, Kelsey Church, Jarron Church, Kaelyn Church, Jeri Kirk, Delaney Kirk, Lyla DeHavan and Dawson DeHaven; and three step-grandchildren, Michael, Thomas and Tina Taylor. Services were held Saturday, August 4, 2012, at Freeman Funeral Home, Chapmanville, W.Va., with Buddy Muncey officiating. Burial followed at the Kirk Cemetery, Harts, W.Va. Freeman Funeral Home, Chapmanville, W.Va., was in charge of the arrangements.

ESTELLE PINTO KLEIN Estelle Pinto Klein, 92, of Milton, W.Va., formerly of Philadelphia, Pa., and Ocala, Florida, died Thursday, August 2, 2012, at Rose Terrace Health and Rehab Center, Culloden. She was born July 28, 1920, in Philadelphia, Pa., a daughter of the late Jacob and Selma (Osdur) Pinto. She was also preceded in

death by her husband Murray Leonard Klein. She had an alterations business in Philadelphia, Pa., participated in the Civil Air Patrol with her husband Murray and son Mitch, was an avid knitter and crafter and loved to garden. She was active with the Senior Citizens of Barboursville. She is the mother of Judith (Lowell) Frank of Lake Wales, Fla., Mitchell (Linda Pickholtz) Klein of Milton and the late Carol (Max) Levin of Goodville, Pa.; sister of Irvin (Buddy) Pinto and the late Leona Freidman, Albert Pinto and Julian Pinto; grandmother to Stephen Levin of Lancaster, Pa., Mindy (Rob) Plank of Goodville, Pa., Renee (Doug) Lawson of Washington, Pa., Larry (Anne) Frank of Philadelphia, Pa., Allen Frank of Philadelphia, Pa., Michael (Lora) Klein of Huntington, W.Va., Miles Klein of Lancaster, Pa. and Beverly Klein of Huntington; great-grandmother to twelve and great-great grandmother to three. Graveside services were held Sunday, August 5, 2012 at the B'nai Israel section of Spring Hill Cemetery, Huntington, by Rabbi Jean Eglinton. Klingel-Carpenter Mortuary was in charge of arrangements. Contributions can be made to B'nai Sholom Congregation, 949 10th Ave, Huntington WV 25701. Family guestbook at www.klingelcarpenter.com

DR. RICHARD HARVEY MORRISON Dr. Richard Harvey Morrison, 81, of Triadelphia, W.Va., passed away July 20, 2012 unexpectedly at home. He was a lifelong educator in the WV Higher Education System and a Methodist. He was born in Barboursville, W.Va., on November 24, 1930, to William Earl Morrison and Crystal Faye Dunkle Morrison and attended Barboursville High School in Cabell County, W.Va. He was a member of FFA and awarded a Merit Award as a

The Cabell Standard Member, House of Delegates of Mountaineer Boy's State in 1947. He attended Ohio State briefly and then earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Marshall College (now University) in 1952. He enlisted in the U.S. Army June, 1952, and served two years in Indiantown Gap, Pa., and Berlin, Germany as Company Clerk until discharge July, 1954. He attended West Virginia University and earned a Masters and then Ph.D. in Chemistry in 1964. He instructed at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy 196465 and returned to W.Va., to join faculty of West Liberty State College in 1966. He transferred to West Virginia Northern Community College and was instrumental in its inception as a neighborhood community college in 1972. He instructed at the Hazel-Atlas, B&O, New Martinsville, and Weirton campuses. He became Professor Emeritus in 1995 and enjoyed farming, ceaseless reading, and being a licensed Amateur Radio Operator, KB8VPI. He held professional memberships in the West Virginia Academy of Science, the American Chemical Society, and the Society of Sigma Xi. He participated in numerous seminars and councils for the National Science Foundation and the American Chemical Society, including a summer at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y. He received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Honorable Gaston Caperton for 35 years of Dedicated State Service May 4, 1995. He was preceded in death ten months earlier by his dear wife of 54 years, Geraldine Roberta Rumble Morrison and one brother, Harold Earl Morrison. Surviving is an adult son, Richard Earl Morrison of Charleston, W.Va., and adult step-daughter, Shirley Broyles of Woodland, Calif., along with one brother, Ronford Dale Morrison of Huntington, W.Va., and six sisters, Dora May Gillispie of Barboursville W.Va., Mary Helen

Ransom of Huntington, W.Va., Ruth Ilene Meadows of Ona, W.Va., Faye Marie Campbell of Cincinnati, Ohio, Rosalie Morse of Albuquerque, N.M., and Carol June Rusmiselle of Simi Valley, Calif. Interment was at Park View Memorial Gardens in Wheeling, W.Va., July 27, 2012, in a private family ceremony. Donations may be directed to Ohio Valley Hospice, Wheeling, W.Va., or to a preferred college of your choice.

NORA EILEEN PRINCE PERRY Nora Eileen Prince Perry, died August 1, 2012. Born June 26, 1927, she was the daughter of Myrtle Virginia Williams Prince and James Leslie Prince. She was retired from the Cabell County Board of Education. She was an avid bridge player. Eileen was predeceased by her husband Ralph Lee Perry, two sisters, Helen Butler and Eloise Ward, three brothers-in-law, Jack Butler, Jim Ward and Gene Coleman. She is survived by her daughters, Phyllis Ann Perry of Huntington, Donna Jean Bastianelli of Travelers Rest, S.C.; her grandsons Adam Daniel Perry of Huntington, J. Christian Bastianelli of Virginia Beach, Va., N. Garrett Bastianelli of Honolulu, Hawaii, B. Michael Bastianelli of Greenville, S.C., and two greatgranddaughters, Olivia Annabelle Edwards of Barboursville, W.Va., and Julia Joy Bastianelli of Greenville, S.C.; one sister, Jeannie Coleman of Huntington; and one brother, James Prince of Charlotte, N.C. Funeral services were held Saturday, August 4, 2012, at Chapman's Mortuary, Huntington with Rev. Robert B. Coleman officiating. Burial followed at White Chapel Memorial Gardens in Barboursville. Online condolences may be sent to www.chapmans-mortuary.com.

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Economy - $299 Set & Up Partials - $275 & Up Cleanings - $45 & Up (With No Exam)

Main Office • 2761 Main Street, Hurricane 304-562-9931 • 304-562-2642 (fax)

Main Office Loan Center Office 2761 Main Street • Hurricane, WV 25526 2761 Main Street, Hurricane 304-562-5055 • 304-562-9109 (fax)

Interstate Office 300 Hurricane Rd. • Hurricane, WV 25526 304-562-9005 • 304-562-7092 (fax) Valley Office 3058 Mount Vernon Rd. • Scott Depot, WV 25560 www.putcobk.com 304-757-2477 • 304-757-2503 (fax)

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APARTMENT FOR RENT, MILTON – 3 bedroom, downstairs. Near school & shopping. $625/month plus 1 month’s security. No pets. (304) 7438606 or (336) 5899442. (2tp 8-14) MOBILE HOME PARTS

SPECIALS GOING ON! – Doors, Skirting, Windows, etc. (304) 391-5863. (rtc 10-11 hmo)

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NAVY JOB OPPORTUNITIES – Jobs, Scholarships, bonuses available. Paid training and benefits. Many positions available. HS Grad or GED with 15 college credits. 1-800-2821384 or jobs_ohio@navy.mi l. (1tp 8-14)

scanning, filing and data entry, knowledge in MS Office. Resumes and references required. 304-757-6880. (rtc 7-31)

GERS – Water, electric, gas & drain lines installed. 304586-9914, 304-3890715. (rtc 11-29)

TEAYS VALLEY INS U R A N C E AGENCY - looking for licensed or nonlicensed person to answer phones,

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PART-TIME FREELANCE WRITERS NEEDED – Putnam and Cabell counties. Please call 304743-6731. (rtc)

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FOR SALE - Two Spaces in the Forrest Memorial Park on high ground. Section 2 lot 7 spaces G and H. $900 each. Call after 3 p.m. 740-6493681. (2tp 7-31) VINTAGE JEWELRY

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– Call 304-6383865. (rtc 4-24) NORITAKE CHINA - Golden Cove 5 piece place setting, service for 12. Asking $1,200. Call for more information 304-757-4584. (rtc) BUS TRIP

NEW YORK CITY RED EYE BUS TRIP - October 12, 13, 14 - $130. Call Debbie 304-552-0054. (2tp 8-7)

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SERVICES: CREATIVE CONSTRUCTION – 304-544-6304. Contractorʼs License #WV043966. Free estimates. (4tp 2-7)

FOR RENT: 2 BEDROOM HOME, ONA – Reduced rent for retired female to care for 3-year-old next door, 6-8 days/month. 304-412-1926. (2tc 2-21)

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HOUSE FOR RENT – Milton, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, brick. $700 month/$500 damage deposit. 304-743-0334, 304-939-2294. (1tp 2-28) MILTON APARTMENT FOR RENT – 1 BR upstairs. Electric range/refrigerator. Walking distance to stores/school. No pets. $350/month + 1 month security. 304743-8606. (2tp 2-21)

EMPLOYMENT: CCCSO IS GROWING – We are looking for CNAʼs and Home Care Aide that would like to grow with us. Starting wage: CNAʼs $8.75; Home Care Aid $8.00. For more information please contact Mrs. Perry at 304-529-4952. (2tc 2-21)

COMMERCIAL CLEANERS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS - Buffalo, full-time, Day & Evenings. Benefits and Vacation. Must pass background check. 304-768-6309. (4tc 2-7 occ)

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS - @ Sarah's Heart Childcare, serious inquiries only 304-757-7701. (4tc 1-24 shc)

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COMPANY FROM PAGE 1

Workers for MCP Enterprises work on the steel framework for a new building for Hurricane Gas Co. MCP offers turnkey construction services for a variety of business types. Photo by Jack Bailey County Wastewater Authority and the West Virginia State Police. Since moving the company headquarters to Teays Valley earlier this year, continued growth has been the norm for MCP Enterprises. “We choose to stay in West Virginia regardless of the hard economic climate we face. We buy supplies here and we hire here. We spend our company dollars here and our more than 85 employees spend their money here - making it a ‘winwin’ situation for everyone, in-

A MCP Enterprises worker tightens a bolt on a new building the company is putting up for Hurricane Gas Co. Photo by Jack Bailey Workers for MCP Enterprises LLC are currently building a new steel frame building for Hurricane Gas Co. Photo by Jack Bailey cluding the local economy,” Humphrey said. MCP Enterprises offers a full range of building services from sealed control rooms, compressor stations, warehouses, and air-conditioned offices with restrooms, to renovation and upgrade work to existing build-

ings. While the company has performed work as far away as Colorado and Wyoming, currently the bulk of their business is in the West Virginia area. MCP Enterprises employs 85 workers and that number can increase depending on the time

of year and the amount of jobs that the company is working on. All MCP Enterprises employees are required to pass a drug test and are MSHA and OSHA trained. Currently, the company has eight jobs in the works and has the capacity to handle more. In addition to turnkey construction services, MCP Enterprises

also offers a specialty designed steam cleaning service and tree cutting as well. For more information on MCP and any of the services they provide, call toll free at 855-521-7878, locally at 304760-8860, or visit their website at www.mcpenterprisesllc.com.

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