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Revival Worship Center in Culloden helps mentor pastors and offers a Tuesday night Bible study and a Sunday morning service.

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Ministry fulfills needs By Kelly Stadelman kelly@theputnamstandard.com

A ministry in Culloden has a unique method it uses to mentor new pastors. “We started with a service on Friday night where people who felt the calling and have never spoken before could showcase their gift,” said Jamie Wright, pastor of Revival Worship Center. “We work with these new and young pastors and help train them.” Since Wright-Way Ministries opened its doors in September 2013, it has seen attendance at the monthly revival meetings grow. “We have about 25 to 30 people who come on revival night just to support one of the young men or women preaching,” Wright said. “We weren’t thinking of starting a church but wanted to focus our efforts on establishing a revival center where we could work with new pastors.” But that changed in January, when a friend of Wright’s served as a guest speaker on a Sunday morning. “The attendance was great,” he said. “We prayed about it and on SEE MINISTRY ON PAGE 4

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Midland softball outlasts rival Spring Valley

The Cabell Midland High School Knights softball team claimed the Class AAA, Region 4, Section 4 trophy after beating Spring Valley and Huntington. Photo by Jack Withrow

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HUNTINGTON - It wasn't technically a winner-take-all game, although it might as well have been. With the Cabell Midland softball team one victory away from a trip to the regional semifinals, host Spring Valley rallied three times to tie Game 2 of a sectional doubleheader, including twice in

its final at-bat. In the end, though, Mandi King's two-run double in the top of the ninth held up as the winning hit, as Midland vanquished Spring Valley 11-9 on May 8 to claim the Class AAA, Region 4, Section 4 trophy. "It was super-intense," said Midland second baseman Makalya Waugh, "but it was what we expected. Spring Valley is a big rival of ours. We just kept calm

and played our game." The third-ranked Knights (237) went 3-0 in the sectional tournament, starting with a 12-1 win over Huntington on May 7. That set up a best-of-three battle with Spring Valley, which had just beaten Midland in the Mountain State Athletic Conference title game six days prior. "Coming in, we played three times and they beat us twice," Midland coach Jeanne Lunsford

said. "It's a very even matchup. Whoever is on their game and makes the fewest mistakes wins.” This time around, it was Midland prevailing in a big contest or two of them, to be exact. Junior pitcher Jenna Marsh anchored a 6-2 triumph in Game 1 with seven strong innings, striking out nine, but the Knights needed another win to avoid a return trip to SEE SOFTBALL ON PAGE 7

Milton man hauls in state-record blue catfish By Matt Gajtka matt@theputnamstandard.com

As local lakes, rivers and creeks warm up with the weather, prime fishing season is about to arrive. However, Austin Hoffman might say it’s already well underway. Hoffman, a 22-year-old Milton native, hauled in a state-record blue catfish April 26 on the Ohio River near Apple Grove in Mason County. The new standard was confirmed by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources. Hoffman’s catch measured 47

¾ inches long and weighed nearly 53 pounds, shattering the old records by approximately four inches and eight pounds. He used cut bait to pull in the historic catfish just south of the Robert C. Byrd Locks and Dam. “I knew as soon as I brought it to the surface that it beat the heck out of the record,” Hoffman said. Hoffman was “drift fishing” on his boat in the middle of the Ohio, with plans to cast lines from multiple locations. A biology major at Marshall University, Hoffman used some skipjack tuna he’d SEE CATFISH ON PAGE 5

Austin Hoffman set a state-record when he caught a blue catfish April 26 on the Ohio River near Apple Grove in Mason County.

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Page 2 –Thursday,May 15,2014 Group hosts bean dinner The Willing Workers ladies group of Oak Hill UBI Church will host a bean dinner 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, May 16 at the church fellowship building. Cost is $7 for an adult meal; $4 kids under 10. Hotdogs also available. To pre-order tickets call Terry Martin 304-690-0757 or Barbara Knight 304-762-2758. Tickets may be purchased at the door. Hurricane Civic Chorus spring concert The Hurricane Civic Chorus presents its Spring Concert 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 17 at Forrest Burdette United Methodist Church. The chorus is under the direction of Dr. Larry Stickler from Marshall University and accompanied by Tom Minshall. Everyone welcome. The chorus is always looking

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for new members, no auditions necessary. For more information call 304-690-5387. Milton citywide yard sale The City of Milton’s annual citywide yard sale is scheduled for 8 a.m. Saturday, May 17. Rain or shine. For more information contact city hall at 304-743-3032. Mountain State Christian School yard sale Mountain State Christian School will be having a multifamily yard sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 17. It will be at the lot beside Becky's Beauty Box in Milton. The proceeds will go to the school’s Parent Teacher Fellowship. Williamson Branch to perform At Mountaineer Opry House Williamson Branch will perform Saturday, May 17 at the Mountaineer Opry House in Milton. Doors open at 5 p.m. Show begins at 7:30 p.m. Admission is adults $15, seniors $12, children 12 & under $5. Tickets sold at the door day of show. For more information call

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304-743-5749. Ona Speedway: River City Ford Racing begins at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 17. General Admission: Adults $10; ages 11-17 $7; and 10 & under free with an adult. Visit www.onaspeedway.com for more information. Sarah Napier Love Your Guts 5K The Love Your Guts 5K run will start at 9:10 a.m., Sunday, May 18 at Barboursville Park. Entry fee is $25. For information contact Greg Creasy at gcreasy@pearidgebaptist.com. First annual Harvest Club 5K The Harvest Club, an affiliate of The First State Bank, will host a 5K run beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 18 at Barboursville Park. The course begins at the lake out to soccer fields and cross bridge, head back and end at lake. Prizes awarded to top two males and females in each group and top two overall male and female. All proceeds will benefit The Healing Place of Huntington. For more information on this program go to www.thehealingplaceofhuntington.org. Entry Fees: $20 per person in advance; $25 race day. For more information, email Sherrie Porter at sherriep@fsb-wv.com. Memorial service at Church of God Washington Avenue Church of

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God, Milton, will host a special Memorial Day service beginning at 11:45 a.m., Sunday, May 25. City officials, emergency responders including police, fire, and 911, as well as the public are invited. Milton VFD memorial service The Milton Volunteer Fire Department will hold a memorial service Sunday, May 25 at the station with a roll-call of those who have served the department and passed away. Chaplain Troy Nicely will give the invocation. Refreshments will be served. Introduction to Microsoft Excel Goodwill Industries of KYOWVA will offer a six-session course in Microsoft Excel beginning Thursday, May 29. Classes will be Thursdays from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 1005 Virginia Ave., Huntington. The course aims to teach students how to create and use spreadsheets, use pre-existing spreadsheets, generate a chart, write and edit basic formulas to produce calculations, sort and filter data, and use templates. The cost of the class is $99. Group rates may apply, enroll today. To enroll, contact Andrea Lupson, Career Center Instructor, at 304-523-7461 Rummage sale at Milton United Methodist Church The United Methodist Church is having a rummage sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 31.

The Cabell Standard One day only. Milton's best hot dogs on sale too. Milton Rotary golf tournament The Milton Rotary Club golf tournament will be Friday, June 6 at The Silo Golf Course. Lunch at noon. Shotgun start at 1 p.m.; dinner follows after the tournament. Entry fee is Early Bird $60 per player - must be registered by May 30; $75 per player day of scramble. Contest includes longest drive, closest to the pin, straightest drive, longest putt, and hole in one. Prizes will be awarded. Questions contact Chris Preston or Pam Smith at 304-7438074 or Mike Kirtley at 304-634-1460. Federal assistance public hearing The USDA Rural Housing Service has received an application for federal assistance from the City of Milton Police Department. The proposed project consists of the purchase of a new cruiser to replace the recent loss of a vehicle. This notice is also to inform the public of a Public Meeting to be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 27 at City Hall, 1139 Smith St., Milton. The purpose of this meeting is to provide an opportunity to become acquainted with the proposed project and to comment on economic and environmental impacts, service area, or alternatives to the project.

Don Pendleton to return to Huntington for Skate Day

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Artist Don Pendleton will return to the Huntington Museum of Art for Skate Day at HMA from 2 to 5 p.m. May 17. Admission is free. Registration for the event begins at 1 p.m. in HMA's front parking lot and the first 150 households to register will receive free gift bags. In case of bad weather, the rain date for this event is May 18, at the same times. Skate Day at HMA will feature a group of skateboarders demonstrating more advanced tricks and later offering advice to younger skateboarders. Everyone must wear a helmet to participate in Skate Day at HMA and those 18 and younger need written parental permission to take part. Parents must be present to sign permission forms. Pendleton plans to attend Skate Day. He is a Marshall University graduate and Ravenswood native who visited HMA in March as a Walter Gropius Master Artist. An exhibit titled Paris Signs Presents: Fine Lines: The Artwork of Don Pendleton: A Walter Gropius Master Artist remains on view at HMA through June 1.

May 19 - “Sisters of Hope” breast cancer support group, 5:30 p.m. at the Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center. For information call 304-526-2443. May 20 - Parkinson's disease support group. The featured presenter in May is Dr. Bryan Payne, a neurosurgeon with Cabell Huntington Hospital. Meetings are held 6 p.m. at the Edwards Comprehensive Cancer. E-mail seniors@chhi.org for more information. Infant CPR class, 6-8 p.m. at Cabell Huntington Hospital. Call 304-526-BABY (2229) for more details. Pre-registration required. Better breathers support group meets 1-2:30 p.m. at the Center for Lung Health at Cabell Huntington Hospital. The group is for people with chronic lung disease and their loved ones. For information at 304-526-2529 or lunghealth@chhi.org. May 21 - Epilepsy support group meeting - The Cabell Huntington Hospital Epilepsy & Seizure Center and Neurophysiology Lab and the Epilepsy Foundation hosts its bi-monthly support group private dining rooms 1 & 2, ground floor, 6 p.m.

Pendleton is an American artist, designer, illustrator and writer. As a sponsored skateboarder, Pendleton quickly moved through the amateur ranks, competing and doing demos throughout the Midwest and East Coast until an ankle injury in 1992 shifted his focus back to artwork. Pendleton earned a bachelor’s degree in graphic arts with a minor in sociology from Marshall University in 1994. He landed a position of in-house graphic artist and designer for Alien Workshop in 1998. From 20052009, Pendleton spearheaded the creative and marketing team of skateboarding giant, Element Skateboards, from his home base in Dayton, Ohio. He is currently a freelance commercial and fine artist whose client list includes Zero Skateboards, LG Electronics, Mountain Dew, Gatorade, Pearl Jam, Nike 6.0, and DC Shoes, among many others. Pendleton’s paintings, prints and design work have been exhibited in group and solo shows. He has also participated in many live painting events.


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Cabell schools sponsors two Japanese immersion camps Cabell County Schools will once again be offering an opportunity for students to experience an immersion into Japanese culture. This year’s Japanese Immersion Camp is free and open to students who will be going into the first through fifth grades in 2014-2015 and are currently enrolled in a Cabell County public school. Two camps will be offered. The first will be held June 9-13 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Altizer Elementary School. The second camp will be held June 16-20, at the same

time and location. Students may only attend one session. During the week of camp, the students will learn the Japanese language and culture through interactive and hands-on sessions with native speakers. Instructors will teach culturally authentic songs, dances, games and art. For lunch, students will enjoy genuine Japanese cuisine at no cost. Japanese Immersion Camp is funded by the West Virginia Department of Education, Cabell County Schools, West Virginia Hu-

manities Council, Toyota Motor Manufacturing in West Virginia, NGK Spark Plug, Sanko Electronics and Nippon Tungsten. Registration for Japanese Immersion Camp can be completed at the following website: https://2014japanesecamp.event brite.com. For more information about the camp, please contact Mami Itamochi by email at mitamochi@access.k12.wv.us or Debbie Nicholson by calling 304-558-0200 or by email at dlnichol@access.k12.wv.us.

‘Rosie the Riveters’ hosted by local Daughters of the America Revolution The Huntington DAR hosted Rosie the Riveters from Cabell, Mason and Kanawha counties with the help of Thanks! Plain and Simple (“Thanks!”), a West Virginia nonprofit organization that has founded the WV Rosie the Riveter Program and is launching the National Rosie the Riveter Movement. On the program were several Rosie the Riveters: * Lessie Moses of Milton went to Canton, Ohio in 1942 to work for Republic Steel, where she riveted airplane wing flaps and bombay doors from huge sheets of metal. She was the oldest girl in her family, and the next oldest girl also riveted airplanes. When she returned to Huntington, she worked at Sylvania till they

closed. A known “ball of energy,” she says, “I think I wore them out. * Dorothy Smith of Huntington lived in Ceredo and worked for the war effort during high school. She loved the work (most Rosies did), which was to prepare coated glass for many applications and work with filaments for bulbs. She remembers picking up the filament and putting it in the bulb with her right hand, then passing it to the next person with her left hand. Afterward, she worked for Sylvan, then Zenith. * Nancy Canterbury of Point Pleasant went to Ceredo/Kenova High School and worked after school 22 hours a week in Ashland, Ky., which was called “the Victory Shift.” She worked on an assembly line welding a tiny grid,

WVPA accepting scholarships, Internship applications The West Virginia Press Association Foundation is accepting student applications for 2014 Summer Internships and 2014-15 Scholarships. If awarded, the WVPAF provides both funded and unfunded internships at newspapers across West Virginia and scholarships up to $500. The programs are open to journalism majors and students in related fields such as business management, human resources, advertising, social media and marketing. Preference will be

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given to students in at least their sophomore year of college. Application deadline is May 16. Applications may be downloaded from the WVPA website:wvpress.org at http://wvpress.org/images/grant%20applic ation.pdf For additional information or to have the applications mailed, call Executive Director Don Smith at 304-342-1011, ext. 160, or write to: WV Press Association Foundation, 3422 Pennsylvania Ave., Charleston, WV, 25302.

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which they had to pick up with tweezers. * Maxine Marshall from Charleston, who was a secretary in a Baltimore defense plant and married a Prisoner of War taken by the Germans at the Battle of the Bulge. * Gladys Reese of Charleston is an African-American woman who grew up in Fayette County. Going to a segregated school that required that they travel about 60 miles one way, she worked in metals, for Excello, an airplane factory in Detroit. After the presentation, the group will hang a bluebird nest box to help tell people that during World War II, bluebirds represented hope, which is preserved in several songs of the era.

Route 2 TIF zone could expand By Jim Ross For The Cabell Standard

The Cabell County Commission has approved plans of the Huntington Area Development Council to expand the tax increment financing zone on W.Va. Route 2. HADCO wants to add 55 acres to the 72-acre zone at the industrial park in the Green Bottom area near the Mason County line. The commission on May 8 approved the request, allowing HADCO to forward its application to the West Virginia Development Office. Craig Griffith of Steptoe and Johnson represented HADCO at the commission meeting. He said the TIF zone was formed in 2008. HADCO was authorized to issue up to $2 million in bonds to finance infrastructure improvements. HADCO issued $1.4 million, of which $750,000 were taxable and $650,000 were tax-exempt. Development in the zone, which consists prima-

rily of an Alcon Surgical factory, provided $180,000 in income in 2012 and $230,000 in 2013, Griffith said. At present rates, the taxable bonds should be paid off in December 2016, and the exempt bonds should be paid off in June 2020, Griffith said. In a tax increment financing zone, property taxes are not increased as business and industrial development occurs. The money that would have been paid in increased property taxes as a result of the development instead are used to pay off the costs of developing the property. Expanding the zone would allow HADCO to issue another $1 million in bonds, which would allow for utilities to be placed in the 55-acre area, Griffith said. The bonds could be paid off by 2026, he said. Gary Walton, HADCO president, said the site proposed for expansion is to the north of the Alcon factory and is now a hayfield.


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MINISTRY FROM PAGE 1 Feb. 23 started a Sunday morning service. We average about 100 to 105 each Sunday. “Three of the last four Sundays we've had to add chairs in the back.” Wright works alongside his father, Dr. James Wright, the founder and former pastor of Maranatha Fellowship. The senior Wright retired from the St. Albans church in 2012. Prior to retiring, he established Wright-Way Ministries in 1997. The goal of the ministry is to train, mentor and encourage new pastors and persons who have been called to ministry. “We also help smaller churches flourish and fulfill their potential,” Jamie Wright said. “We meet a lot of pastors from smaller and rural areas who don’t have a formal Biblical training. They ask for advice on how to handle a certain situation. “Sometimes we help with finances. A lot of churches without a denomination have limited resources.” The ministry doesn’t charge pastors for the counseling and advice. Wright said that nearly a year ago the ministry started searching and praying for a facility where it could work with the pastors. The father-son team also wanted a place for families and prayer meetings. “We wanted to have a place where pastors could come and rest, have a sabbatical, a place where they could rejuvenate themselves,” Jamie Wright said. “We heard that this church was available.” The Wrights looked at the former Grace Fellowship Church location on Joy Lane.

“We saw this facility and said this is what we wanted,” Wright said. “This is exactly what we were looking for.” The ministry didn’t have to do much to the church to get it ready. “We freshened up things, but didn’t have to do a lot to the building,” Wright said. “We did have a problem with parking so we added more spots.” The Revival Worship Center offers an 11 a.m. Sunday morning service. It is an hour-long worship service with a praise team. “We have children classes at the same time as the worship service for children through the fifth grade,” he said. “We have a nursery available, a class called Promise Land for 2- to 4-year-olds and a class called Grace Land for K to fifth grades.” There is also a Tuesday night Bible study led by James Wright. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. and Bible study at 7. In a month the church will be giving away two bikes to two lucky children. “Kids that come four Sundays in a row will get a chance to win a bike,” Jamie Wright said. “We will give one bike out for children age 2 to 4 years and one bike for 5year-olds to fifth grade.” The long-term goal of the ministry is to remodel an adjacent building and add a couple of suites. “We want to have a retreat for pastors who need a sabbatical or need a breather for the mind, body and spirit,” Wright said. Wright’s brothers and sisters along with his wife, Lisa, and children all work together at the church every Sunday morning. All are volunteers working to deliver a grace-based message to the community. “Revival Worship Center is a place where you can believe, belong and be loved,” Wright said. For information on the ministry or church visit www.wwmtoday.org or call 304-397-6050.

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HADCO video production honored with national award The HADCO video production, "Welcome Home - Huntington, West Virginia" was honored with a Telly Award for production excellence. With nearly 12,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries, this is truly an honor. The video, produced by Bulldog Creative Services along with the HADCO team, show-

cases features & benefits of the Huntington region along with highlights from the State of West Virginia and surrounding states. The video can be viewed on the HADCO website at www.hadco.org. The Telly Awards was founded in 1979 and is the premier award honoring outstand-

Velma’sView By Velma Kitchens Kidnapped How awful it would be to live in a country where citizens are afraid at any time someone could come and kidnap their children. As I have listened to the news reports this week about the 300 Nigerian girls taken from their school by thugs who think they have every right to do so makes

me angry. I don’t know how a mother or father could stand not knowing where their child was and not knowing what was happening to them. I saw a woman on TV this evening and she said her death would be better than to live through what happened to her daughter. As parents all of us should pray

WeeklyDevotional By Mary Jane “Spring awakening’’ Thought for the week: And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose. Romans 8:28. As you drive over the hills of West Virginia, you’ll find that all the trees are donning their green attire. Nothing is more beautiful than the thousands of bright pink dresses of the redbud tree. Where you see a redbud, often times you’ll also see the creamy white dogwood standing nearby. There is nothing in the Bible about these two trees, but there is a legend about them. One that some may easily believe. The Legend of the Dogwood

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Tree (author unknown) In Jesus’ time the dogwood grew. To a stately size and a lovely hue. Twas strong and firm, its branches interwoven, for the cross of Christ its timbers were chosen. Seeing the distress at this use of their wood. Christ made a promise which still holds good... ‘’Never again shall the dogwood grow, large enough to be used so, Slender and twisted, it shall be, with blossoms like the cross for all to see. As blood stains the petals marked in brown, the blossom’s center wears a thorny crown. All who see it will remember me, crucified on a cross from the

ing local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs, the finest video and film productions, and online commercials, video and films. Winners represent the best work of the most respected advertising agencies, production companies, television stations, cable operators, and corporate video departments in the world. for the return of these girls. No one has a right to just take children and sell them to people who want them and those who buy them are no better. We would think in this day and time that this kind of thing would never be allowed to happen anywhere. We here in America should be thankful for all those who work every day to keep our families and us safe. We would be in shock if we saw how some people in other countries lived their daily lives and the things they have to overcome just to stay alive. Thank God for your freedom in this land of the USA. dogwood tree. Cherished and protected, this tree shall be a reminder to all of my agony. Matthew 27:5 And He cast down the pieces of silver in the temple, and departed, and went and hanged himself. The redbud is also known as the Judas tree. Judas Iscariot was Jesus trusted follower till money seemed more important to him. After betraying Jesus, he hanged himself. It’s said this is now why the tree is so weak-wooded, it refused to grow big and strong enough to hang another person. Legend also has it that the trees once had white blooms, but now blush with embarrassment - so the blooms are red. Both of these trees can remind us that God can change anything from bad to good. Prayer: Thank you our Father, for these reminders of nature, may we realize that nothing is so bad in our life that you cannot change into something good. Amen.

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Students can receive scholarships for Marshall online summer courses

Marshall approves tuition increase with 2015 budget

Up to 30 eligible high school students participating in Marshall University’s Online College Courses in the High Schools (OCCHS) program will receive a reduced rate for online courses offered during the 2014 summer school terms. “The OCCHS program is an integral part of Marshall University’s ongoing K-12 outreach efforts,” said Kelli R. Mayes, director of the Marshall Technology Outreach Center. “It allows students to get an early start on their college careers.” For each of the four summer sessions offered this year, eligible students will pay $25 per credit hour instead of the regular online course fee. “This is a significant discount for parents who are trying to save for college,” said Mayes. “The rate will be $134 per credit hour this fall, so our hope is to provide some financial support when kids are out of school and more available to take online courses this summer.” During summer 2014, nearly 50 courses are being offered in the high school program from an array of academic disciplines such as anthropology, chemistry, economics, geography, history, integrated science, journalism, mathematics, music, public

Marshall University’s Board of Governors approved the institution’s budget for fiscal year 2015 that included a tuition increase. The budget includes a tuition increase of about 4 to 6 percent for undergraduate students, which is $155 per semester for full-time, in-state students, $290 per semester for out-of-state students and $325 per semester for students in the “metro” areas in Kentucky and Ohio. Tuition for graduate students will increase similarly, from 4 to 6 percent, with a few exceptions in the professional schools. “Marshall University continues to be an outstanding value for students in this region,” Marshall President Stephen J. Kopp said. “Although we never like to take the action of raising tuition, the university is faced with cuts in state appropriations for the second year in a row. This budget will allow us to continue to provide outstanding education and student support services while keeping Marshall on sound financial footing.” Kopp said that with the increase the university was able to balance its budget. “We’ve achieved a balanced budget without furloughs or layoffs due to the hard work of our Budget Work Group,” he said.

health, psychology, sociology and more. Marshall’s OCCHS program offers qualified, highly motivated and self-disciplined high school students the opportunity to take Marshall University courses online – 100 percent via the Internet. “Some students can get up to their first year completed while they’re still in high school,” said Tyler Sharp, the outreach assistant for the Marshall Technology Outreach Center. Online courses at Marshall are developed by university professors and reflect the same scope and depth of material offered in the traditional college classroom. Students earn the same college credit as they would earn in oncampus classes. All of the learning tools students need – syllabi, course materials, e-mail, assignments, tests, and communications – are included in each course. Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Marshall University Online serves thousands of distance education students worldwide. To qualify for the OCCHS program, students must meet the following conditions: • Be currently enrolled in

high school and possess a minimum GPA of 3.0; • Submit a transcript and letter(s) of recommendation from a school counselor or principal; • Have the following minimum scores to take math and English classes: • Math ACT 19/SAT 460 and above, depending on course; • English ACT 18/SAT 450; • Complete an admissions application; submit application and materials to the Marshall Technology Outreach Center (a member of the staff will assist prospective students with the admission process). High school students or their parents may visit the OCCHS website for details regarding admission to Marshall University and registration for summer courses offered during 2014 at www.marshall.edu/occhs. Mayes said that questions may be directed to the Marshall Technology Outreach Center by e-mail at occhs@marshall.edu or by phone at 304-696-7084. Marshall’s summer school dates are as follows: Intersession, May 12 to June 5; Session 1, May 19 to Aug. 8; Session 2, June 9 to July 11; Session 3, July 15 to Aug. 15.

“It’s a different type of fishing,” Preston said. “You’re not just sitting on the bank waiting.” The previous records for blue catfish length and weight were set in 2012 by Mark Foster, also on the Ohio. Preston said the DNR has worked to restore the blue catfish population in recent years, stocking them in several locations throughout West Virginia. Ironically, considering the spot of Hoffman’s big catch, locks and dams have had a detrimental effect on blue catfish, which are native to the state’s larger rivers and streams.

Because of the DNR’s efforts, Hoffman’s record might not last long. Still, he’s grateful to have written his name in the books when he wasn’t expecting much. “I thought it was going to be a bad day,” he said. “The river was high and the water was flowing fast. You typically want it to be slower for drift fishing.” The DNR advises all anglers to refer to its 2014 fishing regulations brochure if they think they may have set a record. The same information can be found at wvdnr.com, including the proper procedure for reporting catch details.

CATFISH FROM PAGE 1 been studying as bait, which didn’t help his odds of success. “Catfish are picky,” Hoffman said. “They usually want to see the bait is fresh, but it definitely wasn’t.” After fighting the huge catfish for 15 minutes and pulling it aboard, Hoffman was able to transport it back to shore. He confirmed the new record with the DNR and, with the fish still alive, released it into the Kanawha River near St. Albans. Bret Preston, who works in the DNR’s Wildlife Resources Section, said seeking blue catfish is more involved than catching other catfish species, which typically hang out near the riverbed. Blue catfish, on the other hand, are more active. Preston said they tend to swim in open water, which makes them more difficult to track.

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Seniors from Cabell Midland High School earn cash awards

Milton’s Josh Minor set a record at the 2014 Cabell County Middle School Track & Field Championship in the 1600 meters with a time of 4:44.64. Minor also placed first in the 800 meters (2:18.46) and the 3200 meters (11:13.09). Photo by Jim Parsons

Cabell Midland High School students earned cash awards from The Challenge Program, Inc. at an awards assembly on Monday. Each student received a $200 check. The senior winners of the 2014 graduating class of Cabell Midland are Kyela Leadman (attendance); Melissa Blake (academic improvement); Brooke Estep (academic excellence); Mohammed Igbal Ranavaya (STEM award); and Jaime Schussler (community service). Columbia Pipeline Group sponsored Midland’s awards. The Challenge Program, Inc. contributes to regional economic development by partnering with local businesses. This partnership creates the good habits students will need beyond the classroom, providing business with tangible results for their investments. Within each participating high school, students compete for financial awards in the following categories: academic excellence,

The Challenge Program, Inc. distributed financial awards to outstanding seniors at Cabell Midland High School. Pictured here from left to right are: Craig Roberts, Columbia Pipeline Group; Kyela Leadman (attendance); Melissa Blake (academic improvement); Brooke Estep (academic excellence); Mohammed Igbal Ranavaya (STEM award); and Jaime Schussler (community service). academic improvement, attendance, STEM and community service. The Challenge Program, Inc. has 122 participating schools throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio and West Virginia and connects high school students

with local career opportunities for their future. Since 2003, through the generous support of businesses, foundations and individuals, The Challenge Program, Inc. has been introduced to more than 465,000 students and has awarded more than $2.3 million.

Midland hosts Hershey Track & Field competition

During a recent weekly lunch meeting, the Milton Rotary Club was joined by members of Mountain State Christian School’s Junior Rotary. The meeting was held at Shonet’s in Perry Morris Square, Milton. Members of the Junior Rotary Club include Beth James, Sammi Shaw, Daniel Ferguson, Jeremiah Cude, Lisa Nelson, Isaiah Oiler, Nikki Shaw, Miah Woodrum, Nikki Shaw, Austin Cude, Ryan Spurlock, and Garett Wiles. Mountain State Christian school principal Irene Cude said the junior rotary club meets monthly at the school with the purpose of training high school students to become future Rotarians. Photo courtesy of Bill McDermott.

The Cabell Midland Track & Field Program invites all children born in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005, to the District 2 Hershey Track & Field meet at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 18 at Cabell Midland High School. District 2 includes Cabell, Lincoln, Logan, Mason, Mingo, and Wayne counties. The meet is free and a chance for our local youth to participate in the sport of track and field. All you have to do is sign up on the West Virginia Hershey Track & Field site. Go online to www.midlandrunning.com and click on the Hershey Track & Field link. Go to the top of the page and click on where it says “Online Entry” and complete all the required steps. Deadline is by Friday, May 16.

The meet will take place on the campus of Cabell Midland High School at the “Chris Parsons Track”. Top 3 place finishers in each event advance to the WV Hershey Track & Field State Championship held at Cabell Midland High School on Saturday, June 21. Winners of the State Meet will be eligible to possibly be selected for an all-expense paid trip to Hershey, Penn. to compete at the national meet. The national event offers free lodging, free meals, free visit to Hershey Chocolate Factory and also a fun day at Hershey Amusement Park. Last year, two athletes were selected from our District and the cost was free.

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Game 1 starting pitcher and winner, Jenna Marsh (third baseman Tori Adkins in the background) pitched a complete game while giving up two runs on six hits. She struck out 9 while only giving up one walk.

Midland second baseman Makayla Waugh looks to lay a bunt down. SOFTBALL FROM PAGE 1 Spring Valley the following evening. They appeared to have that victory locked up several times, the first time when Abbie Tolbert's two-run home run and a two-RBI single from King helped the Knights to a 5-0 advantage through four. "We just felt like we had something to prove," said Tolbert, a junior Marshall commit who had four hits and five RBIs in Game 2. "We relaxed and let ourselves hit. If we play the way we know how, I think we'll pull through." Spring Valley pushed back with a pair of Haleigh Christopher homers and a game-tying bomb by Taylor Brumfield in the sixth. In the seventh, Tolbert's single vaulted Midland back on top by a run, but Jade Spurlock sent a Marsh offering over the fence to make it 6-6. After Kyla Shull came on in relief to get the Knights to extra innings, Katie Kelly drew a bases-loaded walk and Tolbert drove in two more with a double. Once again the Timberwolves mounted a do-or-die rally, with Spurlock's RBI single following Mackenzie Acker's homer. "We knew they were a (goodhitting) team and we couldn't give up," Waugh said. "We did the little things and got baserunners

on. We really wanted it." Spring Valley nearly won it later in the eighth, but Midland center fielder Jordan Colliflower laid out to make a game-saving catch with two outs. Colliflower also had seven hits in three sectional games. Finally, in the ninth, King blasted a ball off the fence - her fifth hit of the game - for the winning margin. "We tell them, do the little things and good things will happen after that," Lunsford said. "That's what it's about this time of year." The Knights proved they were willing to do anything to get going in their sectional opener against Huntington, as they twice deployed squeeze bunts before an eight-run fourth inning put the game away. Tori Adkins had one of the successful bunts and drove in two more later in the game. "The (bunts) were clutch," Tolbert said. "Recently we've noticed that helps us get the bats going and our confidence back." Freshman Olivia Canterbury struck out five while pitching three scoreless innings against Huntington. Senior shortstop Erin Kaplan launched a three-run double then added three more hits against Spring Valley. "This is my last season, so I

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Olivia Canterbury throws a pitch against Huntington at Spring Valley. She carried the load for the first three innings of Midland's victory, striking out five.

Midland junior first baseman Abbie Tolbert charges to field a bunt in the Knights' sectional victory over Huntington. Second baseman Makayla Waugh covers in the background. Tolbert scored two runs and drove in another in the game.

Midland third baseman Tori Adkins looks to home plate as a pitch is thrown. Adkins had three RBIs against Huntington as the Knights advanced to face Spring Valley. Shortstop Erin Kaplan waits for a pitch at the plate. Her three-run double powered Midland's eight-run fourth inning in a sectional win over Huntington.

Midland left fielder Mandi King chases after a fly ball. In Game 2, King went 5-for-6 from the plate with a double and 4RBIs want to make it count," Kaplan said. "We're executing well. What needs to come together is coming together. We've been waiting all season for this and I think we're ready." Midland will host a regional semifinal game Thursday, May 15 against Lincoln County, which

Midland's Jordan Colliflower is picked off at second by Spring Valley catcher Cassie Adkins. Making the tag for Spring Valley is second baseman Haleigh Caldwell. knocked off defending Class AAA state champion Hurricane in the sectional round. Waugh, one of seven seniors on the team, likes how the Knights are coming together.

"We've worked extremely hard," she said. "Everything is working for us right now. We want nothing less than a state title." Jack Withrow contributed to this story and photos.


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Sports

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Christian's Sports Beat: Soccer opportunities for young players

By: Christian Deiss

Since August of 2013, I have been a member of the West Virginia Soccer Club (WVSC) Under 10 Boys Team under the direction of coach Thomas Olivier, who is also the assistant coach of Marshall University’s Thundering Herd men’s squad. It has helped me and fellow teammates to learn to play the game the right way and have fun on and off the field. Recently I got a chance to speak with a couple of former WVSC players, Tommy Trupo of Scott Depot and Trevor Starcher of Hurricane. Both young players are now on the field for the Thun-

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dering Herd. I asked Trupo how playing for the Rowdies helped him, “It really helped me, to be honest, with being involved in my community, I mean Trevor has been my best friend since I was nine and I would’ve never met him if I hadn’t played for the Rowdies and now we are playing at the same school.” Starcher told me he liked the hard work while playing for WVSC, “It taught me to work with what you have. You might not have been the best talent around but you always have to play hard and once you go and play bigger teams from bigger cities you just have to outwork them to get noticed by college coaches so it helped me get to where I am today.” For the 2014 season Starcher will be a red shirt sophomore and Trupo will be in his second season. The WVSC features girls teams for ages 10 to 15 and boys teams for ages 9 to 18. I know what the two players were talking about when it comes to making new friends. One of my best friends is on

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my U10 team and we have played together in Teays Valley Recreation Leagues for an additional four seasons. C.J. Swick, is a 10year old fifth grader at Teays Valley Christian School. Like me, Swick enjoys what you get to do playing on the Rowdies, “You get to learn the fundamentals of soccer which I really like, from passing to shooting to teamwork to working as a goalkeeper. I also like traveling, seeing new places and playing out of town with my friends.” My U10 team has traveled to Dayton, Ohio, Hickory and Charlotte, North Carolina and Lexington, Kentucky. I sat down and spoke with my coach about playing for a traveling soccer team. Coach Thomas explained to me the value of playing for a club like the Rowdies, “What we try to teach with the players is not only soccer skills but also life skills that can be used beyond the soccer field. Those skills include responsibility, teamwork, determination, perseverance, problem solving and honesty.

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The WVSC U10 Boys squad training recently at Valley Park in Hurricane. Taking responsibility for your actions on the field and off the field, being accountable. It’s important to understand that most young players are not going to play after they are an adult at least on a competitive level because there are so many young players these days and there are only a few spots at the top level.“ The goal of the West Virginia Soccer Club is to promote the growth and raise the standard of youth soccer in the state of West Vir-

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ginia. We train two times a week at Valley Park in Hurricane and even get to train sometimes at the new Marshall Veterans Memorial Soccer Complex, which really excites me because that is where Trupo and Starcher play and train. The WVSC’s annual Club Night and Tryouts is scheduled for June 3 at Barboursville Park. For more information go to www.westvirginiasoccerclub.net.

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LARRY C. “BEETLE” BAILEY KATHY ANN LOVEJOY BURTON DON E. DAVIDSON CARSON HENRY “PETE” JACKSON ROBERT JOSEPH POLLACK RALPH FOLLMER SAVILLE, JR. VELMA SOWARDS JACK LEESON WALTERS JANICE I. WATTERSON CHESTER MAX WHITE

DON E. DAVIDSON Don E. Davidson, 95 of Venice, Fl, formerly of Barboursville, husband of Imogene Snodgrass Davidson passed away May 4, 2014 in Venice Medical Center, Venice, FL. He was born May 12, 1914 in Branchland, WV the son of the late S.P. and Ethel Simpkins Davidson. Henson & Kitchen Mortuary, Barboursville, was in charge of arrangements.

LARRY C. “BEETLE” BAILEY Larry C. “Beetle” Bailey, 56, of Culloden, passed away May 4, 2014. Services were held May 8 at Heck Funeral Home, Milton with Pastor Don Reynolds officiating. Burial was in Culloden Cemetery. He was born Sept. 26, 1957 in Milton. Survivors include his parents, Hollie and Nina Bailey of Milton; four sisters, Rhonda (Austin) Vance of Milton, Debbie (J.R.) Lemon of Hurricane, Sandi Bailey of Milton and Shari (Bill) Smith of Hurricane; one daughter, Brandi; two stepdaughters, Gina Stonestreet and Bethany Tolliver; two grandchildren; four step grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews. Beetle was a social member of the American Legion Post 139, Milton and an avid dart thrower. He was preceded in death by his wife, Cathy Holley Bailey. Monetary donations may be made to the family to cover final expenses. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.heckfuneralhome.com.

CARSON HENRY “PETE” JACKSON Carson Henry "Pete" Jackson, 64, of Ona, passed away May 4, 2014. Born Aug. 29, 1949, in Landville, Logan County, he was a son of the late Carson "Bubby" and Alice Sewell Jackson. He was also preceded in death by aunts, uncles and grandparents. Pete began his career in coal when the company was known as Amherst Coal Company, which later became Arch Coal. His career in purchasing took him all over the country, as well as several other countries. He was a 1968 graduate of Man High School and attended Marshall University. He was a member of the Boy Scouts of America, where he earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He was a member of Bruce McDonald United Methodist Church and was a current member of Good Shepherd Baptist Church, Scott Depot. On Feb. 12, 1971, he married his high school sweetheart, Sharon, celebrating 43 years of marriage this year. Also surviving are his children, Stephanie Jackson Zenteno (Donny Plumley) of Ona, Christopher Carson Jackson (Jessica) of Hurricane and Alice "Andi" Jackson Jordan (Matt) of Mocksville, N.C.; his sister, Drema Jackson (Wayne Beasley) of Portsmouth, Ohio; his brother, Kit Jackson (Paula) of Summersville; five grandchildren; Uncle Ralph (Jackie) Sewell; as well as other nieces, nephews and cousins. Services were held May 8 at Good Shepherd Baptist Church, Scott Depot, with Dr. Ken Stidham officiating. Entombment was in Highland Memory Gardens, Pecks Mill. Chapman Funeral Home, Hurricane, assisted the Jackson family. You may also visit www.chapmanfuneralhomes.com to share sympathies with the family.

KATHY ANN LOVEJOY BURTON Kathy Ann Lovejoy Burton, 62, of West Hamlin, formerly of Ranger, passed away May 1, 2014. Services were held May 4 at Beard Mortuary, Huntington with Pastor Michael Vance officiating. Burial was in Lovejoy Family Cemetery, Ranger. She was born July 9, 1951 in Logan County, WV, a daughter of the late Harley and Garnet Lovejoy. She was also preceded in death by her husband, David Burton; daughter, Michelle Diane Burton and two brothers, James Lovejoy and Buster Lovejoy. Kathy was proud to be the former deli manager of Green Valley Market, Huntington. Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Melissa A. (Terry) Cyfers of Huntington; one son and daughter-in-law, Shaun (Laura) Burton of West Hamlin; one sister and brother-in-law, Sandra (Gary) Hays of Ranger; four grandchildren, Katelin Cyfers, Riley Burton, Zoe Cyfers and Sawyer Burton and a host of nieces and nephews. Heck Funeral Home, Milton was in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.heckfuneralhome.com.

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Obituaries

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ROBERT JOSEPH POLLACK Robert “Bob” Joseph Pollack, 89, of Barboursville, passed away May 6, 2014. He was born Feb. 22, 1925, son of the late Joseph Pollack and Elizabeth Kaiser. He was the beloved husband of Lorna Sanders Pollack. He was father of Sherri Chapman and Virginia Saeuy; grandfather of Kristie Neal; and great-grandfather of Zak Neal. Robert was of strong Christian faith. He served 20 years in the

United States Navy as Chief Petty Officer. After retirement from the Navy, he worked at Retail Clerks for 10 years. He was an avid golfer and loved to play with his buddies at Riviera Golf Club. His wife would like to thank Hospice and his physicians Dr. Goetz, Dr. Silbermans and their staff for their wonderful care and compassion. At Robert's request, there were no services. Donations may be made to Hospice of Huntington in memory of Robert. Hall Funeral Home and Crematory Proctorville, Ohio was in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/hall. RALPH FOLLMER SAVILLE, JR. Ralph Follmer Saville Jr., 85, of Barboursville, passed away April 30, 2014. He was born June 15, 1928, in Cumberland, Md., a son of the late Ralph F. Saville Sr., and Katherine Long Saville. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by two brothers, Glenn and Richard Saville. Mr. Saville was a skilled carpenter in his early years, and a self-employed business owner. Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Pauline M. Saville; one daughter and son-in-law, Paula (Bob) Duckworth of Barboursville; one son and daughterin-law, Ralph Saville III (Linda) of Daniel Island, S.C.; one brother, Donald Saville; four grandchildren, Rob Duckworth of Charlotte, N.C, Melanie Duckworth Phelan of Foxboro, Mass., Brad Saville and Kristin Saville Williams of Daniel Island, S.C.; four great-grandchildren, Jacob and Camryn Duckworth, Hayden and Kellan Williams. Services were private. The family suggests contributions be made to Emogene Dolin Jones Hospice House, 3100 Staunton Road, Huntington, WV 25702. Condolence may be sent family at www.hensonmortuary.com. VELMA SOWARDS Velma Sowards, 92, of Hurricane, passed away May 4, 2014. Born Feb. 7, 1922, in Hurricane, she was a daughter of the late G.M. "Ken" and Lola Sovine Fisher. She was also preceded in death by three sons, Ivan Sowards, Ronnie Sowards and Harold Lee (Lillian) Mitchell; her sister, Freda (Paul) Gibson; two brothers, D.V. "Pete" Fisher and Ivan (Nina) Fisher; two grandsons, H. Douglas Mitchell and Charles "Hank" Graley; and one great-grandson, Michael Mitchell. Survivors include two sons, Vernon "Jackie" Sowards (Louise Miller) and Paul D. Sowards (Tammy), all of Hurricane; six daughters, Carolyn Miller (Bill) and Bernice June Shy, all of Hunt-

ington, Margaret Jefferson (Jim) of West Hamlin, Mary Call (Paul) of Hurricane, with whom she made her home, Connie Williams (Jack) of Barboursville, Shirley Sheppard (Randy) of Milton and her "other" daughter, loving granddaughter and long-term caregiver, Susan Reynolds (Rickey) of Culloden; 20 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; and several great-great-grandchildren. She is also survived by a sister-in-law, Eva Young Fisher, and several nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of family and friends who are left to cherish her memory. She was a lifelong resident of Hurricane and a devoted Christian, Baptist by faith. She had started Jan. 1 to read her Bible for what would have been the 23rd time completely cover to cover. She also did the "Bible Quiz" in her local paper, The Hurricane Breeze, submitting questions for over 17 years and only quit earlier this year because of declining health. Services were held May 7 at Chapman Funeral Home, Hurricane. Burial was in Kingery Cemetery, Hurricane. Chapman Funeral Home, Hurricane, assisted the Sowards family. You may visit www.chapmanfuneralhomes.com to share sympathies with the family. JACK LEESON WALTERS Jack Leeson Walters, 62, of Barboursville, passed away May 1, 2014. Jack was born Feb. 2, 1952, the son of the late Linley and Bonnie Walters of Barboursville. He was also preceded in death by his loving father-in-law and mother-in-law, Vernon and Janice Mills. Survivors include his wife of 43 years, Karen Sue Mills Walters; two daughters and sons-in-law, Cindy (Tracy) Blake of Covington, Ga., and Suzette (Tom) Jackson of Hurricane; son and daughter-inlaw Ryan (Yarrow) Walters of Meadowbridge, W.Va.; and nine grandchildren, Gavin, Trey, Anthony, Baylee, Alex, Garrett, Isabella, Zenya and Aaron. Jack also was survived by two sisters, Linda Post and Peg Kennedy, both of Barboursville and numerous

nieces and nephews whom he loved very much. Jack was a member of the NRA and enjoyed target practice with his grandchildren, son and sonsin-law. Services were held May 4 at the Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville by Rev. Julia Bolling. Burial was in Baylous Cemetery, Salt Rock. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace. JANICE I. WATTERSON Janice I. Watterson, 80, of Apple Grove, passed away May 8 in Pleasant Valley Nursing and Rehab Center. Services were held May 10 at Deal Funeral Home, Point Pleasant, W.Va.; burial was in Casey Cemetery, Apple Grove. CHESTER MAX WHITE Chester Max White, 76, of Lesage, passed away April 30, 2014. Services were held May 3 at the Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville, by Pastor Jamie Jefferson and Rev. Gordon Rutherford. Burial was in Union Ridge Cemetery. He was born Nov. 18, 1937, in Lesage, a son of the late Gomer and Virginia Faye Rutherford White. He was preceded in death by his daughter Kathy D. Johnson and one sister, Janet Lewis. He was a retired employee of INCO with 37 years of service. He was an avid hunter and fisherman, and loved gardening. Survivors include his loving wife of 53 years, Donna Colegrove White; one daughter and son-inlaw, Amy (Tracy) Burgess of Huntington; two grandchildren, Dustin Burgess and his wife Alyssa of Canton, Ohio and Abigail Johnson of Dassel, Minn.; brother and sister-in-law Rusty (Connie) Gray and their children Thomas P. Gray, Chante Gray and Jamie Lemley and her husband Mike; and a very special friend and doctor, Dr. Richard DelCheccolo. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace.

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West Virginia 25701, on or before the 5th day of August, 2014, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estates. All beneficiaries of said estates may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interest. GIVEN under my hand this 5h day of May, 2014. MATTHEW J. WOELFEL Fiduciary Commissioner for Cabell County, West Virginia 2t 5-15, 5-22 cs ___________________ LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Administration/to Creditors Notice is hereby given that the following estate(s) have been opened for probate in the CABELL County Clerk’s Office at 750 5TH AVENUE, HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of West Virginia Code 41-5-11 through 13. Any interested person objecting to the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within 90 days after the date of the first publication or within 30 days of the service of the notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not filed timely, the objection is forever barred. Any person interested in filing claims against an estate must file them in accordance with West Virginia Code 44-2 and 4-3. Settlement of the estate(s) of the following named decedent(s) will proceed without reference to a fiduciary commissioner unless within 90 days from the first publication of this notice a reference is requested by a party of interest or an unpaid creditor files a claim and good cause is shown to support reference to a fiduciary commissioner. Publication Date: 2014/05/15 Claim Deadline Date: ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3217 ESTATE NAME: ANNA RUTH CLAGG E X E C U T O R : CHARLES ALBERT CHAPMAN RT 2 BOX 777B

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MILTON, WV 255419507 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3318 ESTATE NAME: JEANNE H CROWTHER ANCILLARY EXECUTRIX: TINA ANNE CROWTHER AKA TINA ANN BERGESON 7700 KENNETH DR CONCORD, OH 44077************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3099 ESTATE NAME: MARY KATHERINE GROSE EXECUTRIX: TOMI WEBER 104 10TH AVENUE HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-2721 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3274 ESTATE NAME: KELLY YVONNE SPURLOCK ADMINISTRATRIX: PATRICIA G ROSE ROUTE 3 BOX 96 ONA, WV 25545-9608 ************************ Subscribed and sworn to before me on 05/09/2014 Karen S. Cole Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Regina M. Meade Deputy Clerk 2t 5-15, 5-22 cs ___________________ LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Administration Notice is hereby given that the following estate(s) have been opened for probate in the CABELL County Clerk’s Office at 750 5TH AVENUE, HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of West Virginia Code 41-5-11 through 13. Any interested person objecting to the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within 90 days after the date of the first publication or within thirty days of the service of the notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not filed timely, the objection is forever barred. Claims against the estate(s) must be filed in accordance with the West Virginia Code 44-2-2 if assigned to a fiduciary commissioner. If no reference to a fiduciary commissioner is listed herein, claims against the estate(s) must be filed in accordance with West Virginia Code 44-1-14A(10).

************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2917 ESTATE NAME: WENDY BOLEN EXECUTRIX: TAMMY JEAN TEIPELKE 1300 BOWEN CREEK RD BRANCHLAND, WV 25506-9600 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2921 ESTATE NAME: CATHERINE R BENNETT EXECUTRIX: TAMELA SUE JENKINS 1012 PUTNAM AVE CULLODEN, WV 25510-9569 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2929 ESTATE NAME: OPAL MARIE TAYLOR EXECUTOR: NEAL G ADKINS 1508 MAIN ST BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504-1523 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2930 ESTATE NAME: BERNARD RAY FELIX A D M I N I S T R AT I X : TERESA CASSITY PO BOX 326 LESSAGE, WV 255370326 ************************ Subscribed and sworn to before me on 05/09/2014 Karen S. Cole Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Regina M. Meade Deputy Clerk 2t 5-15, 5-22 cs ___________________ LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Administration/to Creditors Notice is hereby given that the following estate(s) have been opened for probate in the CABELL County Clerk’s Office at 750 5TH AVENUE, HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of West Virginia Code 41-5-11 through 13. Any interested person objecting to the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within 90 days after the date of the first publication or within 30 days of the service of the notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not filed timely, the objection is forever barred. Any person interested in filing claims against an estate must file them in accordance with West Virginia Code 44-2 and 44-3. Settlement of the es-

tate(s) of the following named decedent(s) will proceed without reference to a fiduciary commissioner unless within 90 days from the first publication of this notice a reference is requested by a party of interest or an unpaid creditor files a claim and good cause is shown to support reference to a fiduciary commissioner. Publication Date: 2014/05/08 Claim Deadline Date: ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3149 ESTATE NAME: FREDERICK J ALTIZER EXECUTRIX: JANET ALTIZER 850 LEE ST BARBOURSVIILLE, WV 25504************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3255 ESTATE NAME: DAVID E BECKER A D M I N I S T R AT I X CTA: CAROLYN H BECKER 1015 11TH AVE HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-3324 ATTORNEY: PAT JONES ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2914 ESTATE NAME: VIRGINIA FAULKNER BLEVINS A D M I N I S T R AT I X : MALLERIE JANE BLEVINS 102 DUNCAN DR HUNTINGTON, WV 25705-2315 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3192 ESTATE NAME: DAVID LEE DOTSON EXECUTRIX: NELSIE JEAN DOTSON 1766 CENTRAL DR CULLODEN, WV 25510-9782 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3247 ESTATE NAME: HELEN HENSELY GEORGE EXECUTRIX: PAULA L GEORGE-TOMPKINS 39 SUNSHINE AVENUE SAUSALITO, CA 94965-2306 ATTORNEY: WILLIAM WATSON PO BOX 1371 HUNTINGTON, WV 25702-1530 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3043 ESTATE NAME: MARY E PERKINS EXECUTRIX: REBECCA PERKINS SMITH 234 MAIN ST HUNTINGTON, WV 25702-1530 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3090 ESTATE NAME: HAZEL D WALKER EXECUTRIX: PATRICIA A WALKER 601 VETERANS ME-

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MORIAL BLVD APT 610 HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-1352 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3042 ESTATE NAME: PEARL MARIE WOODALL PORTER EXECUTOR: DANNY ALLEN PORTER 5350 HEATH CREEK RD BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504-9564 ************************ Subscribed and sworn to before me on 05/02/2014 Karen S. Cole Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Regina M. Meade Deputy Clerk 2t 5-8, 5-15 cs ___________________ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FAYETTE COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA IN RE: ADOPTION OF MALACHI JAMES ANTHONY DELUNG, AN INFANT MALE CHILD UNDER THE AGE OF TWELVE YEARS. CIVIL ACTION NO. 14-1-10 (B) TO: GARRICK LLOYD HOPKINS, II NOTICE OF ADOPTION HEARING Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be held in the Circuit Court of Fayette County, West Virginia on July 25th, at 9:00 a.m., before the Honorable Paul M. Blake, Jr., Judge of the Circuit Court of Fayette County, West Virginia, 100 Court Street, Fayetteville, West Virginia, to consider a Petition to Adopt the said Malachi James Anthony Delung, born on October 3, 2010, and to terminate the parental rights of his natural father, Garrick Lloyd Hopkins. You may appear and efend your rights, if you care to do so. If you do not make an answer or otherwise appear, your parental rights may be terminated. JOSEPH RICHARD TREADWAY, BY COUNSEL, Paul O. Clay, Jr., Esquire (WV SB #742) 101 W. Maple Avenue P.O. Box 746 Fayetteville, West Virginia 25840 (304) 574-2181 2t 5-8, 5-15 cs ___________________ LEGAL NOTICE FINAL ACCOUNTING OR WAIVER OF SETTLEMENT

To the Beneficiaries of the following Estate(s): I have before me the Final Accounting or Waiver of Final Settlement by the Executor(s) or Administrator(s) or the Estate of the following deceased persons: HELEN F. APPELL Notice is hereby given to you and each of you, that the undersigned Fiduciary Commissioner of the County Commission of Cabell County, West Virginia, has Received a Final accounting or a Waiver of a Final settlement from the appointed Executor(s) or Administrator(s) and that all persons having beneficial interest therein, may file any objections to said Accounting with the undersigned Fiduciary Commissioner, located at 404 Ninth Street, Suite 205, Huntington, West Virginia 25701, on or before the 8th day of June, 2014; Otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of the Estate. All beneficiaries of said estates may appear on or before said day to examine said Accounting(s) and otherwise protect their interests. GIVEN under my hand this 8th day of May, 2014. W. STEPHEN FLESHER, FIDUCIARY COMMISSIONER FOR CABELL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA 2t 5-8, 5-15 cs ___________________ LEGAL NOTICE FINAL ACCOUNTING OR WAIVER OF SETTLEMENT To the beneficiaries of the estate: I have before me the Final Accounting or Waiver of Final Settlement by the Executor (s) or Administrator (s) of the Estate of the following deceased persons: ETHEL JANE HOLLEY, Deceased MARY JANE BROWN, Deceased E. JENNETTE WOODALL, Deceased Notice is hereby given to you and each of you, that the undersigned Fiduciary Commissioner of the County Commission of Cabell County, West Virginia, has re-

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Cole Tilley slides home on a first inning wild pitch. Tilley reached base three times and scored twice in the game.

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Cabell Midland's Seth Kinker connects during the Knights' MSAC runner-up game against Parkersburg. Kinker had a double and was the winning pitcher in the 4-3 victory.

Little things help Midland beat Parkersburg By Chris Stadelman chris@theputnamstandard.com

HURRICANE – Cabell Midland had just two extra base hits in its MSAC victory over Parkersburg, but that’s OK with coach Tracy Brumfield. As the Knights try to return to the state baseball tournament, Brumfield wants to see his team do the little things right, and with no errors and a handful of aboveaverage defensive plays, he saw that happen in the third-place game May 6. First baseman Cody Ballengee singled home Taylor Kuhn in the fifth inning for the margin of victory in the 4-3 game as two singles and a hit-by-pitch made the difference. “That’s what I’ve told the guys,” Brumfield said. “It doesn’t have to be a smash off the wall. Put the ball in play with guys in scoring position. I don’t care how it’s done. Whatever it is, get the runs in.” Ballengee made a pair of nice defensive plays as well, with Brumfield praising his work and that of catcher Brady Elkins, who threw out two runners on the base paths. “It means a lot, helping the

pitcher out,” Ballengee said. “Lower the pitch count, get the guys out. The last couple practices we’ve been focused more on the defensive parts so we can help the pitchers out.” He also took Brumfield’s advice to heart on his game-winning single. “Just go up there, put the ball in play, make things happen,” the senior said. “Hit the ball on the ground, maybe they make a bad throw.” The timely hitting and solid defense backed pitcher Derek Adkins, who struck out six in five-plus innings before turning it over to Seth Kinker, who faced the minimum in the final two frames. “My breaking balls weren’t really working so I just reared back and threw it,” said Adkins. “I could have done a little bit better. (We just need to) keep playing as a team and keep playing well on defense. We’re getting closer.” Midland took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first when Cole Tilley doubled and scored on a wild pitch, but Parkersburg took a 3-1 lead after the top of the third. The Knights battled right back, however. Kuhn reached on an error and Tilley singled, then Kinker drove

Derek Adkins delivers during the Knights' game against Parkersburg last week. Adkins had six strikeouts as the Knights won 4-3. them both home with a double. “Just get on base, score runs, try not to make any errors in the field,” Tilley said of his approach. “Go out there and play, don’t think about it and make the routine plays. A lot of people try to kill it sometimes. Sometimes we need to just put it in play and move runners around.” Ballengee and Kuhn accounted for the only run the rest of the way while defense took center stage. “We tell them … if you’re not doing it at the plate, do some-

thing in the field. If you’re not doing it in the field, do it at the plate,” Brumfield said. “Do something in the game that has an impact on the game. “Defensively and our pitching looked really good. Derek threw the ball well, really kept them off balance pretty good. (Kinker) hadn’t pitched since Friday so he needed to throw. We played pretty well. Brady played well behind the plate, blocking the ball, threw a couple runners out on the bases.” Cabell Midland (19-10) starts

Midland's Eric Wooten makes an acrobatic catch in centerfield. sectional play this week with an eye on another trip to Appalachian Power Park. “Defense and pitching wins championships and we just got to find a little more hitting though, manufacture a few more runs,” Brumfield said. “We’re getting closer, we just got to put it all together. We’ve got to get everything lined up.”

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