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Milton VFW presents Tiffani Webb with Scout of the Year Award

Pictured are Tiffani Webb and Bill Lambert. Courtesy photo. SUBMITTED ARTICLE AND PHOTOS ONA - Milton Post 9796 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars presented Tiffani Webb with a Scout of the Year award May 13. Webb received the award and a check for $200. The young woman also won both

Local Musician Climbs Ladder of Success By Justin Waybright justin@thecabellstandard.com

MILTON - Ashton Ernst is making it big in music. The 23-year-old country music singer is a household name in the state. For more than 10 years, she’s wowed crowds at the Pumpkin Festival. Now, she’s taking her talents to the home of country music: Nashville, Tennessee. “Music is and has always been my passion,” said Ernst. “Country music is in my blood.” The nationally-known musician got inspired at a young age while watching her father play drums and sing professionally. Parents built a small studio in their house for Ernst to practice.

Accomplishing a dream - Ashton Ernst sees the Grand Ol’ Opry in her near future. The country music singer has performed throughout West Virginia and the U.S. Courtesy Photo.

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The love and drive for music stardom blossomed from there. After high school, the young woman began singing on local radio stations and performing in honky-tonks throughout Nashville. Recently, she signed to an independent label. Ernst’s style is undeniably country. Her vocals flow like the West Virginia streams and creeks where she once lived. The music is upbeat and catchy. Ernst dreams of one day performing with her favorite country superstars and singing at the famous Grand Ol’ Opry. “I will never stop pursuing my ultimate dream of performing on the Grand Ol’ Opry,” she said.

Milton Police Unveils Newest Weapon By Justin Waybright justin@thecabellstandard.com

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MILTON - Police officers have a new weapon in their fight against crime: a new twin-turbo, 365-horsepower V-6 Ford Taurus Interceptor. With custom suspension and engine specs, the machine is a far cry from the typical Crown Victoria officers are used to driving. In a pursuit, there will be no competition. The raw power and torque of this machine is enough to run down virtually any offender’s car. The all-black, all-wheel-drive

Ready to outrun crime - A stout 2013 Ford Taurus sits ready to stop crime in its tracks. The twin-turbo boasts 365 horsepower. Photo by Justin Waybright.

ride sits with an intimidating stance at city hall. It’s one police upgrade Mayor Tom Canterbury is happy to have. “It looks great and it’s one of the many things we have planned for the city,” he said. Milton was awarded a $14,000 CPG (community participation grant) plus a $25,000 donation from Ohio Valley Bank in January. Portions of the fund provided the new police cruiser, and the rest will cover a new sign toward the west end of the city. “Ohio Valley Bank really hit a home run with this one,” said Canterbury. “In three years, the SEE POLICE ON PAGE 4

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Page 2 –Tuesday,May 21,2013 Attention all Seamstresses, Quilters, and Crafters! Milton United Methodist Church has received a large gift of piece goods and other sewing items. On Friday, May 24 from 10 to 3 o'clock it will be available for sale at the Church. We have piece goods of all colors, kinds and amounts. You will not want to miss this sale at bargain prices.

Ceredo Freedomfest 2013 Vendors Needed Reservations are now being accepted for vendors to participate in the 2013 Ceredo Freedomfest. This year’s event will be a 3-day event at Billups Park in Ceredo WV on July 4-5-6. Last year’s one-day event saw approximately 1000+ people, and organizers say this year’s 3-day event will be bigger and better with more entertainment and attractions. If you would like to set up a booth at the event this year, now is the time to call and reserve your spot. Food, games, arts, crafts, or any other types of booths are available. There are special rates available for school, churches and other non-profit groups. This is a great fundraising opportunity. For more information, and to reserve your space call Kathy Morrow at River Cities Event Management at 304-453-2522 or 304-412-9381.

Wednesday Studio Hours The Wednesday studio hours for the Renaissance Art Gallery are canceled for the dates of May 22 and May 29th. Wednesday studio hours will resume with art classes for adults and children Wednesday June 5 for the summer session. Anyone interested in joining the classes at this time should contact the Renaissance Art Gallery during normal gallery hours. The Renaissance Art Gallery, 900 8th Street, Suite #20, Huntington; Gallery (304) 525-3235; Appointments: (304) 453-3187;

Community Calendar galler ywv@yahoo.com; www.orgsites.com/wv/renaissance; http://twitter.com/wvgallery; http://renaissancegalleryart.blogsp ot.com. Gallery hours are: Friday & Saturday 12-4 pm, Sunday 1-4 pm Studio hours Monday 10Noon, Wednesday 1:00-7:30 pm and Saturday 10-Noon

McClanahan Memorial Concert Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind presents the McClanahan Memorial Concert on Friday, July 12th at the Paul R. Slone Activities Center, 63 West Third Avenue, Huntington, WV. The Concert, featuring the Backyard Dixie Jazz Stompers with special guest Sandy Byrd, will be from 7-9 p.m. with FREE admission. There will be refreshments, as well as a Live Auction. For more details call 304-5226991.

are lead by Terry Cunningham. Call Rick or Sandra Ruggles at 740-894-6552.

We want your News!!! Will you soon be celebrating a birthday? Is there a new baby in the family? Someone getting married? How about your church services or Arts & Crafts events? We would like to print any of these items, plus more, in the CABELL STANDARD. Please send announcements to trudyblack@thecabellstandard.com or mail to PO Box 186, Culloden, WV, 25510.

Circuit Workout 8-9 a.m. Saturdays. Work out to include toning, strengthening, exercise with light to moderate weight. All levels of fitness. Milton Baptist Church, 1123 Church Street, Milton. Call Jodie, 304743-3312, for more details.

Milton Library News Knitting Party, 6-8 p.m. every fourth Tuesday. Knitters of every age and ability are welcome.

5K Run/Walk for Sight Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind presents its 11th Annual “5K Run/Walk for Sight” on Saturday, August 17th at Ritter Park in Huntington, beginning at 9 a.m. Age group awards; free refreshments; T-shirts available. Call 304-522-6991 or visit www.cabellwayne.org for registration form.

Mall Walkers! 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday-Friday. Community members can come and walk the ‘medical mall’! A mile equals 6-1/2 laps. Call Patty Dickey, 304-399-2367. HIMG Regional Medical Center, 5170 US 60 East, Huntington. FREE!

Senior Exercise Class 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Guyandotte Branch Library, 203 Richmond St., Huntington. Call 304-528-5698 for more information.

Senior-Wise Exercise Class

Donate Blood Huntington Donor Center, 1111 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Huntington, offers the following donor hours: 12:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the last Friday of each month. For appointments, call 800RED CROSS (800-733-2767) or go online at www.redcrossblood.org.

Alzheimer's Support Group An Alzheimer's Support Group is held at 7 p.m. the last Wednesday of every month at the Underwood Senior Center, 632 9th Ave., Huntington, for more information call 304-529-3673. Meetings

9:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Lewis Memorial Baptist Church, 5385 W. Pea Ridge Rd., Huntington. Men and women are welcome.

Yoga 10 a.m. every Saturday. Clarice Kumlien, instructor. Call Patty Dickey, 304-399-2367. HIMG Regional Medical Center, 5170 US 60 East, Huntington, WV. $2 per class.

Huntington City Mission plans annual Golf Classic HUNTINGTON - The Huntington City Mission is planning its 9th annual Golf Classic for Saturday, June 15, at Sugarwood Golf Course in Lavalette. There will be two tee times, 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. A Continental

breakfast as well as Tudor's Biscuits will be offered at 7 a.m. followed by registration. Lunch will be served at noon. There will be a hole in one prize of $25,000 sponsored by Duncan Box & Lumber. The first 200 people to register will receive a gift. Carts, green fees as well as meals and refreshments will be included in the fee, which is $70 per player. To register, call Lynn Clagg at 304-523-0293, Ext 320. The Huntington City Mission was established in 1939 to provide food, clothing and shelter to the homeless and hungry within our area.

Annual Coastal Tank Lines Picnic The annual Coastal Tank Lines picnic will be held Sunday, June 9, 2013, beginning at Noon, at the Eleanor Town Park, Eleanor, located on Route 62. All Coastal families are invited to attend. Call 586-9757 if you have questions.

Memorial Day Observance - American Legion Milton Post 139 The American Legion Post 139, Milton WV will be visiting 13 sites this year on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, 2013. We will be firing three volleys and playing taps as a salute to all deceased veterans. Our scheduled itinerary is as follows: Morning Colors, Airplane U.S. 60, Milton - 8:45 AM Culloden Cemetery, Culloden 9:00 AM Valley View Cemetery, Hurricane - 9:15 AM Brown Cemetery, Balls Gap 9:50 AM Zoar Cemetery - 10:10 AM Bicker Cemetery, Barker’s Ridge - 10:40 AM Chestnut Grove Cemetery, Dry Ridge - 11:00 AM U.B. Church Cemetery, Dry Ridge - 11:15 AM Neal Cemetery, John’s Creek Road - 11:40 AM Milton Cemetery, Milton 12:00 Noon Lunch Break - 12:05 to 12:55 PM Ball Cemetery, Kilgore Creek 1:00 PM Maupin Cemetery, Yates Crossing - 1:15 PM Forest Memorial Park Cemetery - 1:30 PM.

Schedule your Spring Portrait Session Now! 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.

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The Cabell Standard Smart 529 and State Treasurer’s Office Launch 2013 State Fair Coloring Contest LEWISBURG, WV - Smart 529 and the State Fair invite children to "Feel the Magic" and enter the 2013 Smart 529 Coloring Contest! Prizes will be awarded in the following grade categories (enter in the category in which the child will enroll in the fall of 2013): PreK, Kindergarten through First Grade, and Second through Third Grade. Prize package to include: First place (in each category): $75 plus 4 gate admission tickets; 2nd place $50 plus 4 gate admission tickets; and third prize $25 and 4 gate admission tickets. For more information and to download your coloring form with rules and guidelines, please visit the State Fair website, www.statefairofwv.com. All entries must be received in the State Fair Office by JULY 1, 2013. Mail to: Coloring Contest, SFWV/PO Drawer 986/Lewisburg, WV/24901. The 2013 State Fair is themed "Feel the Magic" and is scheduled August 9-17, 2013. . The State Fair of West Virginia, with a $13.8 million dollar economic impact on the state of West Virginia, is a 501 © 3 non-profit corporation committed to the traditions of agriculture, family entertainment, and education. For more information, please visit www.statefairofwv.com, or follow fair events on Facebook and Twitter. SMART529 is issued by the West Virginia College Prepaid Tuition and Savings Program Board of Trustees and is administered by The Hartford Life Insurance Company.

Old Central City Days kicks off June 14 HUNTINGTON - Dates for the 22nd Annual Old Central City Days are set for Friday through Sunday, June 14-16, at 14th Street West in Huntington. Old Central City Days is now taking applications for antique markets and food booth vendors at the annual festival held in the antique district that is home to restaurants, museums, flower and gift shops, a farmer's market, fine art and the Quilt Trail. The festival will include musicians, writers, cloggers, outdoor antique displays, crafts and the Word and Song Café held at the gazebo and out on the sidewalks as well. Go online at www.oldcentralcity.com to download a PDF application to be a vendor or a food vendor. For more info, email at oldcentralcity@yahoo.com or call 304544-4880 or 304-654-2067.


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Manchin Welcomes West Virginia Veterans to Washington West Virginia’s third “Always Free Honor Flight” brings 31 veterans of World War II, Korean and Vietnam Wars to D.C. Manchin hosts a welcome reception for veterans to honor their service WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) proudly welcomed 31 veterans from West Virginia to the nation’s capital for the state’s third “Always Free Honor Flight” in less than a year. The veterans visited the capital free of cost to see the memorials built in their honor. Eleven served in World War II, one in World War II and Korea, 10 in Korea, one in Korea and Vietnam, four in Vietnam, and two in all three wars. Two other veterans served as escorts for the group, along with three high school ROTC cadets. “It is such an honor to welcome these brave servicemen to Washington today,” Senator Manchin said. “West Virginia is one of the most patriotic states in this great nation, and we will continue to honor the growing number of veterans and active duty members who have served our great country with valor and distinction. Showing our appreciation to the men and women who have served this nation is something we should do each and every day. But today is a special day for us to pay tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our great nation.” The Honor Flight Network is a nationwide effort to ensure veterans have the opportunity to visit Washington, D.C. to see the monuments that were built to honor their service. The veterans will tour the Capitol, the World War II Memorial, the Korean War Memorial and the Vietnam War Memorial. The “Always Free Honor Flight” was established in West Virginia thanks to the Denver Foundation and Little Buddy

ans also met with other members of West Virginia’s Congressional Delegation. In addition to the welcome reception, Senator Manchin provided each veteran and guest with a Congressional Record Statement that was submitted into the record to recognize the veterans’ trip to D.C. In part, Senator Manchin wrote in the Congressional Record Statement: “I am filled with so much pride every time I meet our military veterans who come to the nation’s capital to visit the memorials built to honor them and to commemorate the wars in which they served so courageously. “Today, 31 veterans from West Virginia, representing three generations of warriors, are here to see the memorials that commemorate their sacrifice and valor and for a special ceremony honoring World War II veterans. “And on the occasion of their visit, I want to express my deepest gratitude to these special men who helped keep America free and made the world safer for liberty-loving people across our country and beyond our borders.”

Radio, located in Princeton. These nonprofit organizations were founded by Bob Denver – who played Gilligan on “Gilligan’s Island” – and his wife Dreama, a West Virginia native. Senator Manchin hosted a reception in the United States Capitol to welcome the 31 veterans and their escorts to D.C. He thanked the guardians, ROTC cadets and organizers who accompanied the veterans on their flight, including Dreama Denver, President of the Denver Foundation, Charlie Richardson, General Manager of Little Buddy Radio and Pam Coulbourne, “Always Free Honor Flight” coordinator. The veter-

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RECIPE OF THE WEEK:

WeeklyDevotional

Southwestern Bean Bake Ingredients: 1 can (15 oz) kidney beans, drained, rinsed 1 can (15 to 16 oz) great northern beans, drained, rinsed 1 can (14.5 oz) stewed tomatoes, undrained 1/2 cup Thick 'n Chunky salsa 1/4 cup ketchup 1 1/2 cups Original Bisquick® mix 1/2 cup yellow cornmeal 2/3 cup milk 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, softened 4 medium green onions, sliced (1/4 cup)

Art by Natalie Larson

Directions: Heat oven to 425°F. In 2-quart saucepan, heat beans, tomatoes, salsa and ketchup to boiling, stirring occasionally; remove from heat. Pour into ungreased 2-quart casserole. In medium bowl, stir remaining ingredients until soft dough forms; beat 20 strokes. Drop dough by spoonfuls onto bean mixture; spread to edge of casserole. Bake uncovered 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown.

By Mary Jane “MEMORIAL DAY” Thought for the week: Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15; 13 (KJV) Decoration Day is the day set aside for people to go visit their loved ones gravesite, and remember them by placing flowers on their graves. In earlier days, you picked what fresh flowers you had blooming in your yard, or you made flowers from what was called crepe paper. Some people were very creative at this - after making the flower and attaching a stem, it was dipped in wax to stiffen, this was before the silk, and plastic flowers were created. It was a day families and friends gathered. Most of the day was spent at the cemeteries, hav-

ing picnic lunch, and meeting with friends and family. It originated after the Civil War, to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers, who had died in the war. Then it was extended to honor all Americans, who gave their life in wars, becoming a national holiday in 1971, to be observed as Memorial Day on the last Monday of May, marking the beginning of the summer season. Now, it runs into a three day weekend, of various parades, and family holiday activities. Our President gives a speech, while placing a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Washington, D.C., the biggest car race in the nation –The Indianapolis 500 runs every Memorial Day.

The Cabell Standard For none of us liveth to himself and no man dieth to himself - Romans 13:7 While all across this country, at every small and large cemetery, the Military Corp present a ceremony, saluting those who have passed, usually, with one person playing the bugle instrument to a song called “TAPS” which is always a quiet, solemn and sad song - there are five verses to this song, but one verse is all that is played. The words are: Day is done, gone the sun, from the hills, from the lakes, from the skies, all is well, safely rest, God is nigh. Taps was originally played at night in the military branches, to remind those in the bunkers, time for lights out. A day of honor, set aside to remember and think, of all our loved ones, who have gone on. Psalm 33:12 - Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord; and the people whom he hath chosen for his own inheritance. Prayer: God, our Father, May we always honor you. Amen.

AWARD FROM PAGE 1 POLICE FROM PAGE 1 police force has doubled in size, received new cruisers, new radars and promotions.” During the first three months of this year, Milton officers made 30 felony arrests. Milton Police Chief Gary Lilly is happy to have upgrades like the new cruiser. Most of all, he is thankful for his officers’ hard work. “These guys are doing outstanding work and the public is seeing that - I’m proud of all of them,” the law enforcement veteran said.

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May Birthdays! Happy Birthday to ALL

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VFW District and State competitions. She is now competing at the national level. Tiffani has received the Gold Award with the Girl Scouts Troup 2179 in Milton. A senior at Cabell Midland HS, with a 4.1 GPA, Tiffani is a member of the National Honor Society 4 years. She has over 1800 hours of Community Service volunteer hours since 2008. “We feel she has the potential for winning it all,” said Milton Quartermaster Dave Wallace.

Ray Hatfield congratulates Tiffani Webb on receiving the Scout of the Year Award. Courtesy photo.

Milton Rotary Club to sponsor annual Golf Tournament Milton Rotary Club will sponsor its annual Golf Tournament

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Lunch will be served at 12:00 noon with a Shotgun Start to follow at 1:00 p.m. Dinner will follow the tournament. Entry Fee: $60 per player Early Bird Cost (Must sign up by May 31st) $75 per player day of scramble Prizes include: New driver, Putter, Hybrid clubs and Cash prizes for each flight. Contest includes: Longest Drive, Closest to the pin, Straightest Drive, Longest Putt, Hole in One. Proceeds used for numerous community projects and Scholarships for local high school seniors. Any questions, contact Chris Preston or Pam Smith @ 304743-8074.


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State Tax Credits Available from Prestera Foundation HUNTINGTON, WV - Prestera Foundation for Behavioral Health Services, Inc. announces an additional allocation of tax credits for this year through the Neighborhood Investment Program (NIP) from the State of West Virginia. This is the first time Prestera Foundation’s request for additional tax credits has been awarded. These additional tax credits must be distributed by June 30, 2013. Donors who contribute a minimum of $500 to the Prestera Foundation are eligible to receive up to 50% of their donation in tax credits to reduce liability

for the Corporate Net Income Tax, Business Franchise Tax, or the Personal Income Tax. The total cost of the contribution may be lowered even further when used in conjunction with federal tax deductions for giving to charity. “This program allows donors to stretch the value of their charitable dollars while ensuring the longevity of high quality behavioral health services available to West Virginians,” reports Prestera’s Development Associate, Traci Fricke. Donations ensure Prestera Center’s longevity of high quality behavioral health

services regardless of ability to pay. While a tax deduction reduces the amount of total income on which taxes are based, a tax credit is used to reduce total tax liability. Generally, a tax credit is worth substantially more than a tax deduction. To learn how to take advantage of this program, contact Traci Fricke in Prestera’s Development Department, by phoning 304-525-7851 ext. 1510, or via email, Traci.Fricke@prestera.org. Correspondence may be sent to Prestera Foundation, P.O. Box 2672, Huntington, WV 25726.

HMA to welcome Robert Briscoe as Walter Gropius Master Artist The Huntington Museum of Art will welcome Robert Briscoe as a Walter Gropius Master Artist in May. Briscoe will speak about his work in ceramics at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 23, 2013. Admission to this public presentation is free. An exhibit of work by Briscoe will be on view at HMA from May 4 through June 30, 2013. Briscoe will present a threeday workshop at HMA from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 24-26, 2013. Call (304) 529-2701 for workshop fee information. Born in Kansas City, Kansas, in 1947, Briscoe has worked as a studio potter since 1967. He apprenticed with functional potter James Vandergriff in Zarah, Kansas (1967-68) and later received a Bachelor of Science in economics from Kansas State

University (1980). Briscoe was a founding member of the Upper St. Croix Valley Pottery Tour – now an annual destination for collectors nationwide – and remains one of the event’s principal organizers. He has received awards, including a McKnight Artist Fellowship (2001 and 2007) and a grant from the Jerome Foundation (1987). Briscoe has lectured and conducted ceramics workshops across the country. His work has been featured in Ceramics Monthly, American Craft, and The Art of Contemporary Pottery. He is represented in public collections such as the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Renwick Gallery (Washington, D.C.); the Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota (Minneapolis); Arizona State University Art Museum (Tempe), and

numerous private collections around the world. He lives and works on 31 acres of woods and fields in Harris, Minnesota. The Walter Gropius Master Artist Series is funded through the generosity of the Estate of Roxanna Y. Booth, who wished to assist in the development of an art education program in accordance with the proposals of Walter Gropius, who designed the Museum’s Gropius Addition as well as the Gropius Studios. The Museum is indebted to Roxanna Y. Booth’s son, Alex Booth, for his participation in the concept development of the Gropius Master Artists Workshops. HMA is fully accessible. For more information about events at HMA, visit www.hmoa.org or call (304) 529-2701.

Area Students Named to the Dean's List at West Virginia Wesleyan College BUCKHANNON, WV - Area students have been named to the 2013 spring semester Dean's List at West Virginia Wesleyan College. Wesleyan's Dean's List requires students to earn a grade point average of 3.5 - 3.9 in 12 or more semester hours. The following local students were named to the Dean's List: Sandra Brunetti of Huntington, WV. Katelyn Cartwright of Huntington, WV. Luke Finley of Huntington, WV.

Jesse Patterson of Barboursville, WV. Amber Stewart of Huntington, WV. George Wright of Huntington, WV. Founded in 1890, West Virginia Wesleyan College is a private residential college located in Buckhannon, WV. The College offers 44 majors and 34 minors, as well as five graduate programs in athletic training, business, education, English writing, and nursing. Twelve Wesleyan students have been selected as U.S.

Department of State Fulbright Scholars.

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Velma’s View By Velma Kitchens George Jones George Jones passed away last week and his funeral service was today. We were saddened by this as I have known George Jones all my life. I remember when I was young; the radio station was always on a country music station. I listened to George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Buck Owens, Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, Barbara Mandrell, Donna Fargo, Jean Shepard, Jeannie Pruitt, Gene Watson, Larry Gatlin, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, June Carter, Bill Anderson, Dottie West, Kenny Rogers, Merle Haggard, Bobby Bare, Mel Tillis, Hank Locklin, Ray Price, Waylon Jennings, Dolly Parton, Reba, Connie Smith, Don Williams, Marty Robbins, and a host of other old timers. Now country is yelling and screaming and dancing and jerking and shaking and carrying on and not so country sounding. I don’t listen to country music now, but growing up I listened every day and learned a lot. I would listen to WSM in Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry. I had to wait until all the other little stations went off the air to hear the big stations - but I loved listening in. I learned a lot about the lives of the old time country people and how they worked really hard and enjoyed being allowed to sing. Most of the old timers were not stuck up like some of the new fangled people are. And I forgot to mention Roger Miller. He was so funny and talented. George Jones is and was the greatest country music legend of all time… anyone in country music would say the same.

Burcham and Parsons Recognized by MSAC

Jacob Burcham and Coach Chris Parsons congratulate each other at the MSAC meet at Laidley Field. Photo by Jim Parsons. The WV High School MSAC (Mountain State Athletic Conference) track & field coaches voted Cabell Midland's Jacob Burcham as the 2013 MSAC Male Athlete of the Year and Chris Parsons as the 2013 Male Coach of the Year. This is the 4th consecutive year both have received the award.


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Community News The Cabell Standard Manchin launches 5th Kalyn Bordman crowned ‘Commonsense Connections’ Week Miss West Virginia Manchin staff will make nearly 100 stops, visiting every county in one week WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) is pleased to announce that his office will launch its fifth “Commonsense Connections” Week beginning Monday, May 20. Representatives from Senator Manchin’s office will make more than 95 stops across West Virginia – traveling to all 55 counties – to meet with constituents, hear their commonsense priorities and concerns, and gather their feedback. “Bringing the government directly to our citizens and knowing their concerns and ideas have always been top priorities for me as a former governor and now as U.S. Senator,” Senator Manchin said. “West Virginians should have ac-

cess to assistance and that is what ‘Commonsense Connections’ is all about – my staff travels to every corner of the state, to every county, and meets with West Virginians to hear about their personal challenges and suggestions for Washington.” Senator Manchin launched his first-ever “Commonsense Connections” Week in February 2011, when representatives from his office traveled to all 55 counties in the state. This is the fifth time the staff has crisscrossed the state for “Commonsense Connections.” Some of the stops include: Cabell Date: Tuesday, May 21 Time: 4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

International 2013

Location: Guyandotte Public Library, 203 Richmond Street, Huntington. Cabell Date: Wednesday, May 22 Time: 9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. Location: Milton Public Library, 1140 Smith Street, Milton. Kanawha Date: Tuesday, May 21 Time: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Location: Kanawha Valley Senior Services Annual Picnic, Shawnee Park, Route 25, Institute. Putnam Date: Tuesday, May 22 Time: 2:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. Location: Eleanor Public Library, 401 Roosevelt Blvd., Eleanor.

WVU Press publishes a history of sports in West Virginia MORGANTOWN, WV - West Virginia University Press has published a history of sports in the state called Hillside Fields: A History of Sports in West Virginia by Bob Barnett. West Virginia’s championship teams at WVU and Marshall University and athletic superstars like Jerry West and Mary Lou Retton are familiar to all, but few know the full, untold story of sports in the Mountain State. Hillside Fields: A History of Sports in West Virginia chronicles the famous athletic triumphs and heart-breaking losses of local heroes and legendary teams, recording the Titanic struggles of a small state competing alongside larger rivals. Hillside Fields provides a broad view of the development of

sports in West Virginia, from one of the first golf clubs in America at Oakhurst Links to the Greenbrier Classic; from the first girls basketball championship in 1919 to post Title IX; from racially segregated sports to integrated teams; and from the days when West Virginia Wesleyan and Davis & Elkins beat the big boys in football to the championship teams at WVU, Marshall, West Virginia State and West Liberty. Hillside Fields explains how major national trends and events, as well as West Virginia’s economic, political, and demographic conditions, influenced the development of sports in the state. The story of the growth of sports in West Virginia is also a story of the tribulations, hopes, values and triumphs of a proud

people. Bob Barnett taught sport history at Marshall University in West Virginia for 35 years. He has published more than 300 articles in publications such as Saturday Evening Post, American National Biography, the Washington Post, Sports Heritage, and the Dallas Cowboy News, has been a section editor for the Journal of Sport History and the Encyclopedia of Appalachia, and has written two documentaries for West Virginia Public Television. Barnett is the author of Growing Up in the Last Small Town: A West Virginia Memoir. To order this title or to learn more about this book or any WVU Press title, visit www.wvupress.com or call (800) 621-2736.

Kalyn Bordman, 18, of Barboursville was recently crowned Miss West Virginia International 2013 at the pageant held on Saturday May 4th in Beckley WV. Kalyn is a Sophomore at Marshall University majoring in Broadcast Journalism. In July, Kalyn will compete in Chicago for the title of Miss International against more than 70 young women from around the world. Kalyn’s platform is Organ donation and she works closely with CORE of WV to help educate people throughout the state.

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Local Students Named to the President's List at West Virginia Wesleyan College BUCKHANNON, WV - Area students have been named to the 2013 spring semester President's Academic Recognition List at West Virginia Wesleyan College. The President's Aca-

demic Recognition acknowledges academic excellence among Wesleyan students. The criteria for inclusion on the list is 4.0 GPA with a minimum of 12 earned hours for the semester.

The following local students were named to the President's List: Haven Clay of Huntington, WV. Abigail Hensley of Huntington, WV. Founded in 1890, West Virginia Wesleyan College is a private residential college located in Buckhannon, WV. The College offers 44 majors and 34 minors, as well as five graduate programs in athletic training, business, education, English writing, and nursing. Twelve Wesleyan students have been selected as U.S. Department of State Fulbright Scholars.

Pastor Paul and Caroline Meadows celebrated completing 31 years of service at the Beulah Ann Missionary Baptist Church, in Ona, on Sunday, May 5, 2013. They were given gifts by the adult, youth, and children's departments. The church is located 3 1/2 miles from Rt. 60 on Howell's Mill road. Web pages are located at www.beulahann.org.


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State Higher Education System announces Research Mini-grants CHARLESTON, WV - Six faculty members at West Virginia public universities have received ‘mini-grants’ from the state to assist in preparing proposals with the goal of obtaining much larger research funding awards. The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission’s Division of Science and Research announced Research Proposal Mini-Grants of $5,000 each to faculty at Concord Uni-

versity, Marshall University, West Virginia University, and West Virginia University Institute of Technology. The mini-grants provide replacement salary for an uninterrupted period of time for a faculty member to write research or research equipment proposals during the summer. Each winning faculty member agrees to submit a proposal for funding from an external agency or foundation as a re-

sult of obtaining the minigrant. The Research Proposal MiniGrants were awarded to: • Joseph Allen, Concord University; • Vagner Benedito, West Virginia University; • Deborah Chun, West Virginia University Institute of Technology; • Rosalyn Quinones, Marshall University; • John Rakus, Marshall Uni-

versity; and • Kaushlendra Singh, West Virginia University. Dr. Jan Taylor, the Commission’s Director of Research Programs, said “The Mini-Grant Program is an investment in research, education, and ultimately, in economic development. By allowing these faculty members the opportunity to concentrate on external research proposals, the State of West Virginia ultimately

may realize benefits well beyond its $30,000 investment.” The Research Proposal MiniGrants are funded by the West Virginia Research Challenge Fund, which lays the foundation for many of the state’s competitive grant programs. For more information regarding that fund and other programs managed by the Division of Science and Research, please visit www.wvresearch.org.

Rahall: Resources for Small Business can help grow the economy HUNTINGTON, WV - At a symposium at Marshall University on Tuesday, April 30, U.S. Rep. Nick J. Rahall (D-WV ) brought together small business owners and entrepreneurs to help them learn more about available Federal resources that can spur job creation and innovation in southern West Virginia. “Especially in this tough economy, increasing access to affordable credit and technical assistance for our small business owners and entrepreneurs can pay handsome dividends for our communities. We can create

jobs and grow the economy by fostering public-private partnerships and taking full advantage of the Federal resources available, and I am actively working to do so,” said Rahall. Rahall invited representatives from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and USDA Rural Development, as well as the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing, TechConnect, and the Natural Capital Investment Fund, to participate in the Huntington symposium. Joining Rahall for the opening plenary session was

SBA Regional Administrator Natalia Olson-Urtegho and Judy McCauley, Director, SBA West Virginia District Office. Rahall, who has been a champion of the pioneering Rural Jobs Accelerator Grant Program, which aims to pool resources of Federal economic development agencies to develop niche sectors of the economy in southern West Virginia -- such as tourism, advanced manufacturing, and agribusiness -- highlighted the importance of leveraging local assets and making available technical assistance, access to

capital, and workforce training to small businesses and entrepreneurs. “There are a slew of business and job opportunities awaiting our entire region, with gamechangers like the Boy Scouts of America Reserve and the Hatfield and McCoy Trail System putting lasting roots down in our economy, opportunities are loudly knocking on our doors. The series of workshops I have launched today are designed to let entrepreneurs know what Federal help is available to assist them as they look to grow and

excel,” said Rahall. “In the future, our downtowns, commercial districts and industrial parks in the cyber and global economy can grow and operate centered around business and industry clusters. It makes sense in these austere times, because it really is about making the best use of our scarce resources, while taking advantage of the wealth of experience of entrepreneurs and our State’s workforce, as well as helping to increase access to common capital and marketing efforts,” said Rahall.

Cabell Midland Future Business Leader moves on to National Competition Cabell Midland High School's Future Business Leaders of America Club competed at the FBLA State Leadership Conference April 8 & 9 in Charleston. In addition to competitions, the students had the opportunity to hear from leading entrepreneurs in the state and attend various workshops regarding current business issues. Cabell Midland is very proud to announce that Nathanial Barker, a senior, won the First Place award for the Accounting II division. Nathanial has now earned

the honor of representing Cabell County and the state of West Virginia in the FBLA National Leadership Conference, held in Anaheim CA, June 27-30. This is not Nathanial's first time representing Cabell Midland's FBLA at the national level. Last year as a junior, Nathanial placed third in the state for the Accounting I division. As a result, he traveled with his adviser, Kristye Shaffer, to San Antonio, TX to represent West Virginia in the national competition.

"I am extremely proud of Nathanial and his accomplishments. I believe that he has a very bright and promising future ahead of him. I feel certain that he will be successful in any career that he may choose," said Kristye Shaffer, FBLA Adviser and Business Education Teacher. Mrs. Shaffer continued to say, "I am proud of all of my FBLA students. The FBLA experience gives them a fabulous start and sets them up for success at the collegiate level."

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West Virginia Dance Festival Draws Students from Across the State CHARLESTON, WV - Dance students from 45 dance school, high school and college programs participated in the 2013 West Virginia Division of Culture and History Dance Festival at the Culture Center at the State Capitol Complex on April 19 – 21. Students had the opportunity to take classes from nationally accredited dancers and dance instructors, and to perform in evening concerts. Two students, Olivia Danielle Myers with the Capital High School Dance Company and Mia Danielle Sedney with the Kat and Company Dance Studio, were the

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2013 dance scholarship recipients. Myers received the Jerry Rose Scholarship of Excellence scholarship, which is sponsored by the West Virginia Division of Culture and History. She will attend Point Park University’s International Summer Dance program. Sedney received the Friends of Culture and History scholarship and will attend the Cincinnati Ballet’s summer intensive program. “We are proud to host the annual statewide dance festival,” said Randall Reid-Smith, Commissioner of the West Virginia Division of Culture and History.

“This program allows us to bring together dance schools from around the state so that their students can take advantage of challenging dance instruction and have the opportunity to meet each other and learn from the experiences of other dancers.” In addition to ballet, modern and jazz dance classes, dancers could take instructions in stretch warm-up, pre-pointe preparation, arabesque and body strength. Special master classes for advanced students were offered in pointe, contemporary ballet, improvisation, tap and musical theater. Photos of all

evening performances are available at www.wvculture.zenfolio.com/dance. Local participants in the Dance Festival were: · Art Center School of Dance, Huntington · Huntington Dance Theatre and Huntington Dance Theater School, Huntington · Jeslyn Dance Gallery and Jeslyn Performing Arts Center, Huntington · Marshall University/Amused, Huntington · Village Dance Theatre, Huntington The West Virginia Division of

Culture and History is an agency within the West Virginia Department of Education and the Arts with Kay Goodwin, Cabinet Secretary. The Division, led by Commissioner Randall Reid-Smith, brings together the past, present and future through programs and services focusing on archives and history, arts, historic preservation and museums. For more information about the Division’s programs, events and sites, visit www.wvculture.org. The Division of Culture and History is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Rahall Attends 32nd Annual National Peace Officers' Memorial Service, Honors Families of WV State Troopers WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Nick Rahall (D-WV) attended the National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, May 15 to honor law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty. West Virginia State Police Trooper Eric Michael Workman and Corporal Marshall Lee Bailey, who were killed in the line of duty last August, were recognized in the ceremony. “Every 57 hours in this country, law enforcement officers lay down their lives so that the rest of us can enjoy lives enriched by the very safety and security our officers provide,” said Rahall. “We must never forget those who put themselves in harm’s way to preserve and protect our safety, and how indebted we are to their families for the many days and hours

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CabellMidlandHighSchoolGraduatingClassof2013 Date of Graduation Ceremony: May 25, 2013 Time of Graduation Ceremony: 3:00 PM Location of Graduation Ceremony: Big Sandy Superstore Arena Cabell Midland High School: 2013 Graduates, Very High Honors 1. Morgan Adkin 2. Hannah Asebes: Daughter of Charles & Contessa Asebes 3. Dustin Barnett 4. Justin Barr 5. Clayton Bates 6. Stephen Beahrs 7. Gabrielle Beam 8. Jae Berezo 9. Bradley Bickford 10. Thomas Boone 11. Erin Bowling 12. Alisha Brownfield

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77. Emily Wallace 78. Ting Wang 79. Brad Warner 80. Tiffani Webb 81. Morgan Zerkle High Honor Graduates: 1. Stuart Adkins 2. Robert Barker 3. Morgan Beaver 4. Abigail Black 5. Anna Blakeman 6. Jared Bradley 7. Taylor Call 8. Brandon Clark 9. Kaitlin Clark 10. Joshua Cooper 11. Anthony DeFrancisco 12. Morgan Henderson 13. Ezra Knight 14. Kali Libby 15. Stephen Matthews 16. Emily Mayle 17. Summer Neal 18. Rachel Reynolds 19. Madison Rowe 20. Kellan Sanns 21. Sierra Sloan 22. Kalyn Smith 23. Heather Vance 24. Lindsey West 25. Hannah Whisman Honor Graduates: 1. Zachary Adkins 2. Brandi Allgeier 3. Mackenzie Blankenship 4. Bradley Chenault 5. Cassandra Davis 6. Lowell Farley 7. Christy Hankins 8. Grace Jarrell 9. Zachary Jennings 10. Cody Lambert 11. Taylor G. Lewis

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Hurricane High School Graduating Class of 2013 Date of Graduation Ceremony: June 4, 2013 Time of Graduation Ceremony: 7:00 PM Location of Graduation Ceremony: Charleston Civic Center Connor Steven Adams Landon Monroe Adams Deven Ray Adkins Thomas Stephen Adkins Tony Gregory Allen Matthew Ryan Anderson Bronwyn Mackenzie Arbaugh Brittany Marie Argento Megan Marie Armstrong Jacob Edward Dayton Ashworth Taylor Jordan Ballard Dustin Andrew Balser Katie Brooke Bays Austin Grant Beaver Robert Ray Belcher, III Edward Wayne Beller, II Sommer Ashton Berardi Kirstyn Makenzie Bess Tyler Wayne Bird Madison Nicole Black James Michael Blood Maddison Alivia Bostick John Francis Bowie Corey Alan Brinkerhoff Claire Bethany Brison Morgan Emily Brown Brittany Nicole Bryant Albrea Rashay Buford Ethan Andrew Burnette Jeffrey Allen Burnette Haley Brooke Byrd Luke Jin Cales Dale Joseph Campbell Jeremy Shane Canterbury Amanda Faith Carmichael Aimee Nicole Carr Seth Thomas Cassatt Brian Lee Chandler Megan Renae Chandler Emily Nicole Chapman Haley Allyson Chapman Jenna Elizabeth Chapman Jordan Scott Chapman Mason Nicholas Chapman Zachary Wayne Chatterton Jeffrey Tyler Childers Kyle Stephen Clark William Edward Clark, III Alexander Arthur Clay Nicholas Alton Clay Brianna Sierra Cole Maggie Jean Collins Austin Michael Conley Kaitlyn Ashley Conley Zachary Harrison Cooper Breanna Marie Copley Caleb Allen Craddock Brooke Marie Crompton Colton Derek Cunningham Trevor Lee Cunningham Bailey Nicole Curry Katelyn Virginia Cutlip Devon Isaiah Daughtery Adam Joseph Davis Peyton Alexandra Dean Brooke Elizabeth DeBord Alyx Moriah Devey Sean Michael Donovan Cameron Nicholas Drake Bridgett Nichole Dudding Carina Ann Dudley Sidney Lauren Duncan Cara Brooke Dunham Kari Lynn Earwood Carrie Louise Easter Megan Nicole Ebbeskotte James Westley Elkins Cassie Marie Ellingson Joshua Brian Ellis Emmalee Ann Ellison Robert Hunter Ellison Alexa Marie Engel Jewelee René Erwin Alyssa Breanna Fisher Hunter Reed Fitzwater Chasity Hope Fizer Jennifer Nicole Fizer Brittney Michelle Flowers Brittany Loren Ford Drake Adam Forren Chantil Myriah Foster Alexa Christine Fox Mickenzie Linn Frame Heather Rene Fry

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Buffalo High School Graduating Class of 2013 Date of Graduation Ceremony: June 3, 2013 Time of Graduation Ceremony: 7:00 PM Location of Graduation Ceremony: Buffalo High School Gymnasium Highest Honor Category: 4.0 and above Student’s Name: Courtney Nicholle Persinger - Parents’ Name: Darren and Nicole Persinger (Buffalo, WV) Student’s Name: Hannah Elizabeth Toney - Parent Name: Luann Toney (Red House, WV) High Honors Category: 3.8-3.9 Student’s Name: Christa Elizabeth Brown, Bailey Rene’ Clendenin, and Benjamin Patrick Martin

Honors Category: 3.5-3.7 Student’s Name: Tiffani Brooke Bailey, Christian TY Baumgarner, Amber Lynn Nichole Cochran, Kelly Nicole Crawford, Alexander Timothy Jividen, Skye Savannah Kinser, Adam Jeffrey Richmond, Baley Renae Rummell, Danielle Nicole Smith, and Brooke Renee Thaxton OTHER MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 2012 Alex Michael Arthur Justin Taylor Booth Ashley Rose Bowman Dakota Kay Briscoe Caitlin Ashley Buck Sheyenne Rae Buck Ian Perry Burdette

Daniel Lee Burdette, II Kenneth Eugene Carrino Amelia Erin Cobb Jackson Evan Cook Dorothy Nicole Davis Beverly Gay Elswick Michael Garison Erwin Kaleb Patrick Ferrell Jordan Scott Fletcher Kelsey Elizabeth Gatens Michael Raybradley Glenn Dakota William Grady Mark Allen Grady Braxton Joseph Gritt Thomas Hunter Hancock Emily Nicole Harbour David Allen Harper Matthew Lane Harrison

Shawn Matthew Herdman Brittany Lynn Hicks Tiffany Megan Jackson Lucas Wade Jividen Anthony Ray Jones Levi Joseph Jordan Casey Guy Klein Nathan Richard Legg Kita Mae Lupardus Eli Wayne Martin Trevor Blayne Meade Megan Leanne Morton Hope Danielle Painter Kristen Nakole Parsons Dakota Lewis Reedy Dylan Clay Rich Ashley Alexandra Ross William Lee Russell

Katie Nathlene Rutledge Zachary Wayne Sanford Courtney Danielle Scott Kaitlin Michelle Simmons Bryan David Simpson Jared Lee Smith Ashley Michelle Snodgrass Samantha Gail Spence Nathaniel Shawn Stewart Ashley Rayellen Stover Jeffery Allen Stover Austen Ryan Stutler Hayley Dawn Thaxton Jonathan Tyler Torman Rikki Kathlene Vannoy Kendra Lynn Wagner Ryan Cameron Lee White Zachary Dalyn Winters

Poca High School Graduating Class of 2013 Date of Graduation Ceremony: June 2, 2013 Time of Graduation Ceremony: 2:00 PM Location of Graduation Ceremony: Charleston Municipal Auditorium Name of Highest Honor Category: “Highest Honors” (summa cum laude) 4.0 and above Molly Anne Arthur - Daughter of Dennis and Sherry Arthur of Poca, WV

Molley Ellen Ballard - Daughter of Gary and Melissa Ballard of Liberty, WV Jacob Steven Finney - Son of Steven and Lisa Finney of Liberty, WV Sarah Beth Knight - Daughter of Jack and Rosetta Knight of Poca, WV Mackenzie Alexis Lloyd - Daughter of John and Kathleen Lloyd of Nitro, WV Austin Wade McClanahan - Son of

Timothy and Erin McClanahan of Nitro, WV Rachel Claire Peaytt - Daughter of William and Jeanne Peaytt of Liberty, WV Caleb Daniel Samples - Son of Daniel and Tammy Samples of Scott Depot, WV Jonah Dixon Samples - Son of Daniel and Tammy Samples of Scott Depot, WV 3.8 – 3.99 Name of Second Highest Category: “High Honors” (magna cum laude) Quentin Charles Buckley, Melissa Nicole Helmick, Evan Michael McClanahan, Cameron Davis Morrison, Paula Gayle Ord, Kelly Jo Swindell 3.6 – 3.799 Name of Third Highest Category: “Honors” (cum laude) Morgan Elizabeth Byrne, Stephen Ray Loudermilk, Morgan Leah Peaytt, Brandon Heath Pryor, Emily Ann Robinson, Kimberly Cacy Robinson, Michael Shane Robinson, Megan Noelle Snead, Morgan Delaine Vannoy, and Brittany Dawn Watson Remaining List of seniors (First, Middle, and Last name) Desiree Chanel Keala Akau Bradley Dillion Asbury Derek Wayne Aston Amber Dale Bailey Cody Austin Bailey Hayden Scott Bailey Kaitlin Faith Barnett Cody Lee Barr Mark Andrew Boggess Wesley Blade Boggess Kristen Taylor Broughman Shaela Lynn Cain Lucas Dewight Caldwell Kimberly Nicole Carpenter Shannon Yeutieve Carr

Bradley Cole Chancey Lauren Andrea Chancey Cody Robert Clendenin Lillian Marie Clifton Mason Isaiah Cline Richard Alan Cochran, Jr. Sandra Jeane Cochran Keith Ray Cochran, Jr Dakota Paul Cogar Allan Franklin Cook Joshua Allen Crites Jessica Anne Crouch Brittany Belle Davis Travis Ryan-McKinley Davis Sara Elizabeth Dayfield Bryce Anthony Dolin Natasha Kelsi Dollen James Carlisle Ellis Kaila Madeen Estep Tabitha Dawn Fowler Amanda Jean Gillispie Jacob Ryan Grant Shelby Nicole Graves Kodi Lynn Griffin Brianna Paige Grueser Angie Nichole Harlan Chelsey Danielle Hayes Dalton Wayne Hedrick Jacob Edward Hickman Slater Todd Jarrell Jacob Alan Johnson Robert Joseph Johnson Tabatha Lea Johnson Dakota Scott Jordan Noelle Elizabeth Joyce Zachary Estil Justice Kimberly Sue Keeney Ronald Cody King Courtney Rena Lacy Warren Allen Lacy, Jr. Brandon Matthew Landers Ryan Michael Leighton Kenneth Shane Litton Leslie Susan Lopez Molly Elizabeth Maynard

Alexis Lanelle McClanahan Dylan James McClanahan Jordan Ashley McCoy Madalyn Grace McGrew Eugene Edward Austin McNeely Courtney Shanean Mobley Keree Lee Moles Natasha Ann Moore Seth William Moses Emily Ann Muck Thomas Allen Neal Madison Paige Noble Caleb Elijah Parsons Pharozina Patricia Parsons Marissa Elaine Perkins Taylor Ann Quigley Lee Franklin Ralston Nathan Hunter Ranson Maria Sue Setliff Chelsea Alexus Shamblin John Michael Shepherd Adam William Sigman Caitlin Brooke Skeens Rachael Savana Skeens Cameron McKale Smith Emily Lynn Smith Latasha Leanne Smith Rachel Elizabeth Snedegar Montana Dawn Stewart Rodney Cooper Stonestreet David John Taylor Chelsea Lynele Thomas Tyler Marti Thompson Chelsea Nicole Thornton Megan Nicole Thornton Chardan Andrewbrin Townsend Aria Marie Trador Cheryl Mae Wagner Kaitlyn Danielle Watson Jade Alyse-Hawley Watts Kelsy Ann Westfall Gage Haden Whittington Lucas Lee Whittington David Tyler Wilkinson Ryan Jacob Wilkinson Kylie Nicole Williamson Taberah Hanna Withrow Ethan Richard Witt Kaylee Brooke Witt

Calvary Baptist Academy 2013 Graduates Date of Graduation Ceremony: June 1, 2013 Time of Graduation Ceremony: 10:30 AM Location of Graduation Ceremony: Calvary Baptist Church, 3653 Teays Valley Road, Hurricane, WV Jessica Andrews Caleb Bailey Leslie Gillmeister Brooke Scarbro Erin Thacker


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Winfield High School Graduating Class of 2013 Date of Graduation Ceremony: June 6, 2013 Time of Graduation Ceremony: 7:00 PM Location of Graduation Ceremony: Charleston Municipal Auditorium Dafne Camila Aguirre Marisa Amy Albert Sarah Elizabeth Allred Julia Makayla Ashworth Fatmeh Dib Attie Anthony James Bady Bradley James Barker Herman Wesley Barrett Joshua Dillon Bartron Merryc Raymond Batt Christopher Stone Bellomy Corey Nathaniel Bess Christopher Kyle Blankenship Lindsey Marie Bledsoe Tymothy David Boggess Sarah Jane Bostic Shawn Lucas Bowles Haley Denise Brabbin Nicholas Gabriel Briscoe Skylor Joseph Brock Hanna Elizabeth Brown Mallory Elaine-Marie Bryant Molly Erin Bryant Nicholas Michael Bryant William Andrew Bryant IV Sequoya Adrianna Bua-Iam Joshua Lewis Bumgarner Faith Marie Burchett Haley Tennee Burgess Katherine Brooke Burgess Abigail Jean Burgroff Brittini Lee Carmack Logan Stephen Carnes Jillian Paige Carney Jeremy Thomas Carroll Abigail Jordan Castilla Micah Allan Casto Ashley Noelle Cater Elizabeth Mercedes Chaffin Seth Garrett Cochran Macy Yu Lan Coffey Emily Faith Cole Morgan Rene Cole Zachary Damion Collins

Nicholas Thomas Courtney Andrew James Covert Deanna Lauraene Coyner John Paul Patrick Creighton Zachary Tyler Crockett Brandi Nicole Crouch Jacob Allen Curry Alexxandria Caitlyn Dailey Megan Lynn Daly Adam Scott Davis Storm Lee Davis John Clayton Davis, IV Jakob Alexander DeLong Mason Everett Dillon Amy Leigh Dingess Allison McKenzie Duncan Justin Joseph Dunlap Eva Katharyn Dunn Tyler Nicholas Duty Brandon Houston Eads Morgan Jernigan Estep Conner Jeffrey Evans Lindsay Michelle Facemyre Amy Elizabeth Ferguson Sara Raeann Ferguson Jacob Lee Foster John David Fowler Caitlin Blair Fowlkes Jacob Tyler Frye Allison Brooke Garrett Hannah Elizabeth Gerencir Rachel Jane Gibson Amee Joe Gillispie John Garrett Grafton Kevin Connor Grant Lashawna Lynn Grant Fanci Nicole Green Emily Marie Griffith Joshua Wyatt Grimmett Megan Bernadette Guetzloff William Ethan Ray Hager Angela Maria Haikal Courtney Mae Hall Adam Jeffrey Hanna Jaden Clarissa Hardesty Dana Lee Harper Lacie Rae-Linda Hatfield Andrea Shane Hayes Tara Beth Hodges Zachary Ryan Hoffman Tyler Lee Holstein

Jeremy Scott Huff Kari Rae Hunter Zane Andrew Hutchison Matthew Ryan Hydock Kelsie Marie Jividen Jenna Leigh Johnson Mary Lee Jorgensen Cody Harris Kaso Jared Collin Keller Christine Michelle Kemper Logan Sean Kennedy Theodore Chapman Kester, IV Bailey Samantha King Brittany Faith King Alison Marie Lawhead Eric James Layton Vivian Lee Daniel Tyler Legg Alexi Sean Levock Seth Allen Lewis Courtney Nicole Looney Travis Ray Lovejoy Austin Brent Maddox Braxton Michael Maddox Michael Gregory Mathews Lauren Aileen Matusic Cassidy Blake Maynard Joshua Ray McClure Kimberly Nichole Meade Shawn Eric Mencke Erin Nichole Midkiff Caitlyn Marie Miller Elizabeth Ann Eileen Minniear Jamie Danielle Mobley Haeley Brooke Moore Isaac Doyle Nicholas Tyler Clint Payne Kenneth Brock Pence Brooke Rachelle Penny Paige Elizabeth Peterson Sara Nicole Phelix Michelle Katherine Pressler Brianna Morgan Pruitt Anthony Robert Raines Taylor Burke Raines Michaela Danielle Ramsey Isaac Daniel Reed Tyler Jacob Reeves Mara Nicole Rhoades Kelsey Dawn Rhodes Zachary James Richardson

Teays Valley Christian Graduating Class of 2013 Date of Graduation Ceremony: May 24, 2013 Time of Graduation Ceremony: 8:00 PM Location of Graduation Ceremony: Scott Depot Church, Teays Valley (in the sanctuary) Elias Gabriel Beacom Katilynn Tailor Brown Haley Tennee Burgess

Mountain State Christian School 2013 Graduates Date of Graduation Ceremony: May 17, 2013 TimeofGraduationCeremony:7PM Location of Graduation Ceremony: Grace Wesleyan Church (Charley's Creek Rd.Culloden) Kaitlyn Ann Shaw Tiffany Lea Nelson Amy Lynn Nelson Walter Donald Hayes Donavin Kade Kirby Larry Joe Stroub, Jr Bethany Kristine Allred Shane Eric Adkins Sara AnnWilliamson Matthew Ryan Black

Hailley Brianne Clutters Daniel Lee Dawson Abigail Jane Dillon Kelsey Nicole Hardman Kathryn Mae Howerton Elizabeth Anne Howerton Christa Anne Larue Garrett Wil Mayes Makenzie Dawn McClure Samuel Aaron Montebell

Aaron Thomas Ogle Alexandra Penick Oliverio Bennie Ray Parsons Rachael Dawn Schwartz Cassie Rashell Taylor Justin Bradley Wojcieszak Brianna Marie Wood Jonathan Andrew Wright Nicholas Carter Wright

Justin Kyle Robson Aaron Christian Sadler Chelsey Rae Schmidt Lauren Elizabeth Schubert Amanda Laura Schwartz Damien Howard Seals Claire Nicole Shanholtzer Preston Payne Sheldon Gary Alan Short Angelika Lauren Sims Savannah August Sisk Jonah Bronson Skiles Jesse Ryan Smith David Jonah Sneeringer Katherine Elaine Snyder Kelley Ann Spangler Jonathan Alexander Stanley Kaitlyn Noel Stanley Joshua Tyler Strickland Zachary James Strong Cory Dean Stroub Matthew Thomas Taylor Seth Adam Tuemler

Victoria Jean Vance Joshua Jarrett Warren Amanda Lynn Webb Oak Leslie Welch Danae Marie Wells Christopher Douglas Williams Hannah Noel Williams Charles Travis Winter Mary Elisabeth Wright Caleb Wayne Wymer Shelby Lynn Yancey Danielle Lou Young Olivia Christine Young Allyson Hope Zutaut Foreign Exchange students participating in the ceremony are: Ariane Souza Costa, Brazil Judith Kobusch, Germany Nina Monroe, Belgium Martina Oien, Norway Samantha Elizabeth Shaffer, Germany Mette Emilie Voigt, Denmark


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Outdoors

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A lot has changed in 150 years

David Payne Sr. Column by David Payne Sr. davidpayne@theputnamstandard.com

A lot has changed since West Virginia became a state 150 years ago. The change, however, started much earlier. The animals the first explorers and settlers saw and killed in West Virginia seem almost unbelievable today. Wolves roamed our mountains.

Bison, mountain lions and elk were also prominent. By the time West Virginia became a state in 1863, all of these animals had been wiped out. Only within the last 30 years has the coyote moved in to serve the predator role left vacant by the wolf. It's hard to imagine West Virginia's scenic beauty without its iconic wildlife, such as whitetailed deer and turkey. Many of the state's majestic creatures have been gone so long, they live on only in the names of places – Wolf Island on the Elk River, Buffalo in Putnam County, Elkview in Kanawha County, the Elk River, etc. Just a couple of centuries ago, people would likely have had just as much difficulty imagining the land that has become our state without its largest animals - the bison and elk. The last recorded bison killed was in 1825 near Valley Head in Randolph County, but the bison was long-gone from its primary range in the Ohio and Kanawha valleys long before that.

Our most reliable and detailed account of the bison extirpation in West Virginia comes from an unexpected source – George Washington. Washington traveled in the Ohio Valley during a 1770 trip and left us a detailed diary of what he saw and like an investigative reporter, he asked questions from everyone he met. While camping at the mouth of Lee Creek in Wood County – I think this would have been on Dexter and Cyril Graham's farm in Belleville – Washington ran into an old war buddy, an Indian with whom he served during the French and Indian War. As they talked about old times, they dined on the Indian's bison meat. Washington's diary indicates that the bison had just recently disappeared from the Ohio Valley. He notes old bison trails, but he saw no bison on the Ohio River on a round trip from present-day Pittsburgh to Point Pleasant. Indians frequently told him of places where herds of bison used to be. He didn't en-

Outdoor Roundup The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources recently stocked more than 10,000 catchable-size channel catfish in waters throughout the state. Stocked waters include: Anawalt Lake, (McDowell) Barboursville Lake (Cabell), Berwind Lake (McDowell), Cacapon State Park Lake (Morgan), Cedar Creek State Park Lake (Gilmer), Chief Logan State Park Lake (Logan), Conaway Run Lake (Tyler), Edwards Run Pond (Hampshire), Fort Ashby Lake (Mineral), French Creek Pond (Upshur), Handley Pond (Pocahontas), Hurricane Lake (Putnam), Indian Rock Lake (Nicholas), Krodel Lake (Mason), Laurel Lake (Mingo), Little Beaver State Park Lake (Raleigh), Mason Lake (Monongalia), Mountwood Lake (Wood), North Bend State Park Pond (Ritchie), Pendleton Lake (Tucker), Pipestem State Park Lake (Summers), Poorhouse Pond (Berkeley), Teter Creek Lake (Barbour), Tomlinson Run State Park Lake (Hancock), Turkey Run Lake ( Jackson), Wallback Lake (Clay), Watoga State Park Lake (Pocahontas), and Wirt County Farm Pond (Wirt). Among those are 400 tagged channel catfish stocked into five state park lakes, including: Cacapon State Park Lake, Cedar

Creek State Park Lake, Chief Logan State Park Lake, Pipestem State Park Lake, and Tomlinson Run State Park Lake. Anglers who catch a tagged fish are asked to return the tag or the tag number along with information on the date of capture, if the fish was kept or released, and the name and address of the angler to WVDNR, 2311 Ohio Ave, Parkersburg, WV 26101. Anglers also can call in the information (304-420-4550) or provide the information via email to dnrfishtags@wv.gov. There is usually a free gift for mailing back the tag. I think years ago, there was a hat. My son caught one of these catfish a few years back at Mountwood Park Lake and he got a pair of line clippers. I have never caught a single tagged fish in my life, but my son wound up with two tags one summer. A few weeks after he caught that tagged fish, we were canoeing at Mountwood and saw a dead catfish floating along and said “Hey Dad, let's go check out that dead catfish to see if it has a tag in it!” I explained to him that tagged fish were rare, I'd been fishing for 30 years and never caught one, etc. But, we paddled over to the dead catfish. Naturally, it had a tag in it. The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources needs help in

locating whip-poor-wills. If you see or hear whip-poorwills in West Virginia between May 10 and July 31, please email DNR Wildlife Resources Section biologist Rich Bailey at richard.s.bailey@wv.gov. Include the date and location, being very specific; where you saw or heard the bird; your name and phone number; and whether you saw or heard the bird. The whip-poor-will is a gray, black and brown bird with a black throat. It is well-camouflaged and is easier to hear than see. Its namesake song is a loud, rhythmic “whip-poor-will” which it sings repeatedly at night. “Recent Breeding Bird Survey data indicate significant population declines of this bird in nearby states, and your observations will enable us to get a better sense of their population status in West Virginia,” Bailey said. The DNR is also interested in discovering locations of barn owls and bald eagle nests. Please email Bailey if you see or hear either of these species with the same information as for the whip-poor-will. Barn owls have a distinctive white, heartshaped face and a variety of unique calls including clicks, hisses, grunts and screams.

counter any bison himself until he traveled several miles up the Kanawha River (Indians told him bison could still be found there). He and his party shot several of them for food. The bison was the first to go, elk and wolves suffered similar fates – although they would inhabit the state for another century. Recently, however, the elk have returned thanks to wanders from Kentucky's elk-reintroduction efforts near the West Virginia border. So have the canine predators, with what is believed to be a natural migration of coyotes to fill the void left by the extirpated wolf. Game animals started seeing protection in the late 19th Century, not long after statehood. In 1897, what is now the Division of Natural Resources' Law Enforcement Section was established to enforce game laws. It's one of the nation's oldest statewide police agencies. In the early 1900s, the agency that would become the Division of Natural Resources worked to

restore the deer and turkey populations. Its employees trapped these animals in the Eastern Panhandle and released them throughout the state where the populations had been eliminated. The first official West Virginia hunting season was in 1923, and limited to the eastern part of the state. A total of 60 bucks were harvested statewide, 34 of which were bagged in Pocahontas County. The next deer season was in 1927 and about 160 deer were harvested. Early records are spotty and no harvest records have survived for many of the years in the 1920s and 1930s, although in some of those years, all seasons were closed. Could you imagine a deer season with only 160 deer harvested statewide? A lot has changed in 150 years. Contact David Payne at davidpayne@theputnamstandard.com .

Beech Fork State Park offers Online Campground Reservations Beech Fork State Park campground has 275 sites, and many of them may now be reserved online. The online reservation service began March 15 and has proved to be popular with campers who want to plan their vacations well in advance. “With the arrival of camping season, the park population can go from a few dozen park guests to several hundreds of people,” said Matt Yeager, Beech Fork state park superintendent. “Camping and the opportunity to be outdoors is an appealing vacation or getaway for many. “The campground rental guidelines haven’t changed,” Yeager said. “This new service gives campers an ‘any time of the day’ option to make campsite reservations for Memorial to Labor Day weekend dates – online.” Advance reservations may be made for sites 1-136 at Old Orchard and Moxley Branch campgrounds. The other sites remain first-come, first-served options. To make a reservation, visit www.beechforksp.com and click on the reservation button. There is a two-night minimum for advance reservations and reservations must be made at least two days in advance. Old Orchard is a 49-site, full hookup campground and is equipped with water, sewer and 20-, 30-, or 50-amp electric service. Old Orchard is open yearround; sites are numbered 1-49. Moxley Branch, Four Coves, and

Lakeview camping areas each are equipped with 20- or 30-amp electric service. Sites at Moxley Branch are numbered 50-99. Four Coves sites are numbered 137-224, and Lake View area sites are numbered 225-275. Each of the four campground areas has full-service bathhouses and restroom facilities, complete with coin-operated laundry. Each campsite contains a grill and picnic table. Playground equipment is part of the campground amenities. Sites along the lake have mooring posts. Reservations are taken for dates the Friday prior to Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day weekend. After Labor Day weekend, all campsite rentals are on a first-come, first-served basis until the next reservation season. Beech Fork State Park also has six vacation cabins that are open year-round for vacations and rentals. The park offers recreation options that include an outdoor swimming pool open in the summer months, picnic shelter rentals, hiking, hand-dipped ice cream served in the Camper Store, and floatation rentals for lake use: canoes, kayaks, jon boats and paddle boats. For events, activities, rates, and now online camping reservations at Beech Fork State Park, visit www.beechforksp.com For cabin reservations or campground reservation and information, the office phone is 304-528-5794.


Page 18 –Tuesday,May 21,2013 Across 1. ___ Tuesday, voting day 6. Ancient colonnade 10. Operation on the user’s premises 13. Illuminated by stars 16. Decrease gradually 17. Lively and playful 18. Moray, e.g. 19. Designate 21. “___ any drop to drink”: Coleridge 22. Pacific 24. Devotion 25. Anger, with “up” 26. Birdlike 28. “Dig in!” 29. Black and white bear 30. Repeat a game against the same opponent 32. Insane 34. Appearance 36. Remote Automated Weather Station (acronym) 37. Die (2 wds) 41. Covered with liqueur and set afire 45. Exposed 46. Hangup 48. A la King 49. Clever tactic 50. Deliberate deception 52. “Trick” joint 53. “Much ___ About Nothing” 54. Small hinged window

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Down 1. Motorcycle attachment 2. Ravel 3. ___ Johnson, “Darwin on Trial” author 4. Long, long time 5. “How ___!” 6. Alibi 7. Chitchat 8. Crumb 9. Arranging parallel (var. spelling) 11. High-five, e.g. 12. Like “The X-Files” 13. Disperse 14. “Tristan and ___,”Wagner opera 15. Sewer line? 20. “Beowulf” beverage 23. Sweet Madeira wine 25. Plunder 27. Water nymph 29. Hinged catches that fit into a ratchet notch 31. Churchyard tree in

“Romeo and Juliet” 33. Churchill’s “so few”: Abbr. 35. Recount 37. Andy Warhol style (2 wds) 38. More old (Scottish)

39. Substituted (for) (2 wds) 40. 10 jiao 42. Nelson ___, former South African president 43. Blew lightly 44. Grommets

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ROSALIE ALENE BREEDLOVE HELEN MARIE DOLEN HAZELETT ELOISE FIZER HENDERSON GEORGE N. HODGE VERBA HELEN FINLEY MANNING JULIA ANN MORRISON "SIS" WILLIAM BURL OSBOURN SUSAN PARSONS FAY OPAL SPENCER

ROSALIE ALENE BREEDLOVE Rosalie Alene Breedlove, 83, of Culloden, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, May 9, 2013, at her residence. Funeral services were conducted Saturday, May 11, 2013, at Heck Funeral Home, Milton, with Pastor Bill Davis and Pastor Don Weeks officiating. Burial was in White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Barboursville. She was born Sept. 8, 1929, in Putnam County, W.Va., a daughter of the late Howard and Sarah Smith. She was also preceded in death by her husband, L. Max Breedlove; a daughter, Sarah Patricia Breedlove; one brother and one sister. Rosalie was a member of Antioch Baptist Church, Ona. She is survived by two daughters, Diane Pierson and Bonita Mills; two grandchildren, Erica Jude and Nathan Smith; three great-grandchildren; two brothers; one sister; three sisters-inlaw; and one brother-in-law and wife. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.heckfuneralhome.com.

HELEN MARIE DOLEN HAZELETT Helen Marie Dolen Hazelett, 76, born Feb. 16, 1937, of Huntington, W.Va., went to be with the Lord May 8, 2013, at the Emogene Dolin Jones Hospice House, Huntington, W.Va. A retired SICU, RN of 30 years from St. Mary's Medical Center. A saint and prayer warrior to all that met her, she truly portrayed the character and love of Christ. She was a lifetime member of Grace Cathedral, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. She was preceded in death by her spouse, John Hazelett of Akron, Ohio; parents, Richard and Ethel (Adkins) Dolen; sister, "Tootie" Effie Mae Spears; and nephew, Jeffrey S. Hazelett. She is survived by her brother, William "Bill" Dolen and spouse Oleta Dolen of Ohio; daughters, Johnna Gail Parker and spouse Charles F. Parker of Huntington, W.Va., Sheila Gail Pinkerton and spouse Stephen E. Pinkerton, and Jodi Gail Hazelett of Huntington, W.Va.; grandchildren, Jonathan C. Parker, Chad F. Parker, Jayden Parker, Amanda M. Heck, Brandon C. Heck, Stephen P. Pinkerton, and Natalie C. Pinkerton of Huntington, W.Va.; nephews and nieces, Kim-

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Obituaries

The Cabell Standard berly D. (Hazelett) Guiffrida and spouse Danny, Michael Dolen and spouse Collett, and Debbie Spears and spouse Mike Spears; many great-nieces and greatnephews; cousins, former coworkers and special friend, Dr. Kathy Saber, all that will miss her. Special thank you to Jodi Hazelett, Pauline Gue, Ruthy Triplett, and the entire staff of Hospice of Huntington for the kindness and exceptional care given. Funeral services were conducted Monday, May 13, 2013, at Christ Temple Church by Senior Pastor Chuck Lawrence and Pastor Keith Waters. Burial was at White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Barboursville. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace.

ELOISE FIZER HENDERSON Eloise Fizer Henderson, 94, of Hurricane, passed away Friday, May 10, 2013, in St. Mary's Hospital with her family by her side. She was born January 24, 1919, in Putnam County, the daughter of the late James C. and Jennie L. Fizer. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Darrell Ray Henderson. She was a Christian and Baptist by faith and an 80 year member of Sycamore Missionary Baptist Church. Eloise assisted Dr. Parker for many years, was owner of Eloise Beauty Shop and enjoyed working in her flower garden. She is survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Monday, May 13, at Allen Funeral Home with Pastor Michael Wray officiating. Burial was in Valley View Memorial Park. Please visit allenfuneralhomewv.com to share memories and condolences.

GEORGE N. HODGE George N. Hodge, 71, of Cape Coral, Fla., formerly of Huntington, W.Va., passed away April 21, 2013, in Cape Coral Hospital. He was born on Dec. 10, 1941, in Huntington, a son of N. F. and Asma Bassett Hodge. He was employed at Huntington Alloys. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Wanda J. Thompson Hodge; his daughters, Sheri Beneke and Kim (David) George of Milton, W.Va.; two grandchildren, Blake Beneke and Alec George; his brother John (Phyllis) Hodge; brother-in-law, Joe Peck; nephew, Joseph Peck; and many special nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his sister, Mary Peck. A memorial service was held Sunday, May 19, 2013, at Holy Spirit Orthodox Church, 1 Woodhaven Drive (at Fifth Street

Road), Huntington, WV. Donations can be made to Holy Spirit Orthodox Church. Friends may sign the guestbook at www.horizonfunerals.com.

VERBA HELEN FINLEY MANNING Verba Helen Finley Manning, 92, of Milton, W.Va., passed away May 10, 2013, surrounded by her loving family. She was born Dec. 2, 1920, in Milton, W.Va., Cabell County. Verba was a member of the Zoar Baptist Church, Mud River, W.Va. She was formerly an employee of Sovine's Grocery in Culloden, W.Va., for 14 years. Verba was the daughter of the late Charlie and Ollie Deacon Finley. She was also preceded in death by her husband, James Wilford Manning; son, James Wilford "Jimmy" Manning II; sisters, Josie Finley, Clarie Triplett, Ellie Johnson, and Anna Hall; and brothers, Harold, Arthur, Larry, Glendal and Randall "Winkie" Finley. She is survived by her son, Eddie Manning of Hurricane; several nieces and nephews; and a very special friend, Mary Grantham. Funeral services were held Monday, May 13, 2013, at Wallace Funeral Home, Milton, with the Rev. Mark Finley officiating. Burial was in the White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Barboursville. Memorial contributions may be made to Zoar Baptist Church, 1955 Balls Gap Road, Milton, WV, 25541 or Sunrise Temple Baptist Church, Rt. 2 Box 270, Milton, WV 25541. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace.

JULIA ANN MORRISON "SIS" Julia Ann Morrison "Sis", 72, of Barboursville, went home to be with her Lord on May 13, 2013. She was born May 20, 1940, in Huntington, a daughter of the late Russell and Lottie Jackson Holley. She was also preceded in death by two brothers, Julian and Raymond Holley. She is survived by her husband, Guy E. Morrison; three daughters, Jeanette (Lyndon) McColgan of Barboursville, Charlotte (Robbie) Metzger of Waverly, OH, and Margaret (Greg) Kinney of South Point, OH; three sons, Paul (Sally), Guy Roger (Eva), and Mark Morrison all of Kitts Hill, OH; eight grandsons, Stephen, David, and Jacob Morrison, Ryan Nelson, Bradley and Daniel Morrison, Zachary McColgan and Nathan Kinney; four great grandchildren; three sisters, Leona Adkins of Ona, Eva Morrison of Glenwood, and Mary (Gene) Murphy of Huntington; one sister-in-law, Ann Holley of Huntington; one brother, Herman (Marilyn) Holley of Lady Lake, FL. She was a retired nurse at

Mariner Health. She was a Missionary Baptist by Faith. She leaves behind many friends and loved ones. We would like to thank Dr. Haddad and staff at the Cleveland Clinic and also many thanks to Hospice of Huntington and thanks to Dr. Chowdhary and to Dr. Janet Wallace. She was a very loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and loving sister and aunt to many. And one that touched many hearts and souls. Funeral services were conducted Friday, May 17, 2013, at Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville, by Pastor James Jobe. Burial was in Rosemont Memorial Gardens. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace.

WILLIAM BURL OSBOURN William Burl Osbourn, 85, of Huntington, went home to be with the Lord, his loving wife and daughter on May 14, 2013. He was born July 28, 1927, in Fonzo, WV, a son of the late Ernest and Martha Christine Hayes Osbourn. He retired from Columbia Gas Transmission. He was a veteran of the United States Army. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Loretta Lee Law Osbourn; daughter, Brenda Sue Hunt; brother, Morgan; sisters, Madeline, Josephine, Peg, Connie, Ruth; two sons-in-law, David Welch and David Hunt. He is survived by three daughters, Linda Welch, Peggy (Roger) Given, and Janet Stevens; eight grandchildren, Jane and Brian Welch, Chaney and Chad Given, Christi Nel, Amber Kohler, Ashley Stevens, and Hanna Hunt; six great grandchildren, Noah and Keziah Welch, Isaac and Benjamin Given, Lainey Given and Paisley Hunt; special friend and loved one, Marty Stevens. Funeral services were conducted Friday, May 17, 2013, at Steele Memorial United Methodist Church, by Rev. Ralph Sager and Rev. Dr. John Sauvage. Entombment was private. Memorial contributions may be made to Steele Memorial United Methodist Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 346, Barboursville, WV, 25504. Condolences may be expressed to the family at

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SUSAN PARSONS Susan Parsons, 82, of Huntington passed away peacefully on May 8, 2013, at Midland Meadows Assisted Living in Ona, W.Va. She was born Hazel Jo Bailey and later nicknamed "Susan" by her grandmother. She was the daughter of the late Clarence Victor Bailey and Blanche Fischbach Bailey of Kenova, W.Va. Susan was preceded in death by her husband of 56 years, Jess; and brothers, Clarence Clifford "Mike" Bailey, Earl Bailey and John Bailey; and a sister, Pauline Thompson. She is survived by a sister, Eleanor Roach; a brother, Larry Bailey; and a special sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Carol and Fred Rodgers, who reside in Columbus, Ohio. She is also survived by a daughter, Lynn Hanna and husband John; and sons, Jonathon M. Parsons and wife Melissa, and Jeffrey B. Parsons. Also surviving are grandchildren, Jessica and Scott Duernberger, Nathan Sparks, Amber Hanna, John Matthew Hanna and Kelly Dew; and great-grandchildren, Voss and Odin Duernberger and Thor and Iris Hanna. During her lifetime, she was a lover of all living things. She took in under her care many pets and neighborhood children. Her love of decorating and remodeling led her and Jess to move multiple times while always enjoying the challenge of making a home beautiful. With all her kindness, she could not be misinterpreted as a push-over. She was a strongwilled woman and it was especially apparent when it came to card playing. Her competitiveness made her quite a challenge to defeat at bridge, rummy, cribbage or set back. When alone, she felt comfort in playing Solitaire. Susan will be missed by all that knew her for her beauty both inside and out. The family is so appreciative to Midland Meadows Assisted Living for their compassionate care giving and Hospice of Huntington for helping during her time of need. Chapman's Mortuary was in charge of the arrangements. A family memorial was held on Saturday, May 11th, with the Reverend Hubert Harvey presiding. Donations may be made to Hospice of Huntington. Online condolences may be sent to www.chapmans-mortuary.com.

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Page 20 –Tuesday,May 21,2013 FAY OPAL SPENCER Fay Opal Spencer, 87, of Ona, W.Va., passed away Wednesday, May 8, 2013, at the home of her son and daughter-in-law with whom she made her home the past year. She was born October 14, 1925, in Huntington, W.Va., a daughter of the late Ernest and Flossie Markins Mohr. She was also preceded in death by her husband Floyd Elven Spencer, two brothers, Fred and Paul Mohr, and two sisters, Loraine Weatherholt and

Coleen McCallister. She was a retiree of Sears and Robuck Company and was a member of Antioch Baptist Church, Ona, W.Va. She is survived by two sons, Theadore (Kellie) Spencer of Salt Rock, W.Va., and Timothy (Kayla) Spencer of Ona, W.Va.; two daughters, Floyann (Kent) Sargent of Milton, W.Va., and Paula (Kent) Bias of Ona; four grandchildren, Bradley Spencer, Brook Spencer, Deronica (Butch) Culp and Jeremy Wooten; one greatgrandson, Cody Culp. She is also

Obituaries survived by two sisters, Frances Weatherholt of Vinton, Ohio and Betty Carter of Ona, and many nieces and nephews. Services were conducted Friday, May 10, 2013, at the Forest Memorial Park Mausoleum, Milton, W.Va., with Pastor Don Weeks and Pastor Bill Davis officiating. The family would like to thank Hospice of Huntington especially the home caregivers and Dr. Teresa and Dr. Wayne Thacker for their genuine compassion and care.

The Cabell Standard Wallace Funeral Home, Milton, was in charge of arrangements.

VADA RUTH BLACK ALFORD TAYLOR Vada Ruth Black Alford Taylor, of Glendale, AZ, died April 5, 2013 in Arizona. Vada was born May 7, 1953 in Milton, WV. Her parents were the late Davey and Alta Black. She graduated from Milton High School. She retired from Montgomery Ward in Denver, Colorado.

Vada was married to William “Bill” Alford for 28 years and later to James Taylor. She is survived by brother Dan McGinnis (Dean) and nephew Troy McGinnis; 2 nieces of Arizona and a very special niece of Arvada, Colorado. She is also survived by ex sisters- and brothers-in-law Eva Holley, Forrest Alford (Stella), Herbert Alford (Reda), and Wendell Alford of WV; Charlene Null of Denver, Colorado.

Beard Mortuary Sponsoring 3rd Annual Blessing of the Bikes Event to Benefit the Huntington City Mission’s Project Hope HUNTINGTON, WV - The Huntington City Mission’s Project Hope has for decades provided much needed services for homeless families with children. These important services are made possible through the generous donations of community leaders like Beard Mortuary and concerned citizens. To that end, on May 25, 2013 at 12:00 pm Beard Mortuary, 3001 3rd Avenue, Huntington, will be hosting a Blessing of the Bikes motorcycle event with all

donations going to the Huntington City Mission’s Project Hope. There is no charge or fee to attend but donations are welcomed. The event will feature free food, prizes, free ride bells for all motorcyclists, the blessing by Chaplain Chadd Hatfield to start the riding season by asking God’s blessing for a safe year and to promote a sense of community and fellowship among riders, and an escorted motorcycle ride around Huntington. Everyone is

welcome; you don’t have to ride to attend. Motorcyclists should begin to arrive at the Beard Mortuary parking lot at 11:30 a.m. For more information, please contact shane.ritchie@carriageservices.c om, visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/beardmortuarywv, or call 304-522-8253. About Project Hope: Huntington City Mission’s Project Hope is a transitional living facility for families with children who have found themselves

homeless. The center can house 18 families for up to 18 months to allow time for parents to establish a stable home on their own. The center provides food, shelter, clothing, etc., as well as education. In order to qualify for placement with Project Hope, parents must agree to work or attend school and attend life skills and parenting classes. Adults must also submit to and pass random drug tests. The campus is monitored 24/7 by security cameras

and staff. Project Hope accepts people from CPS, local jails, Prestera, local courts, and emergency centers. All resident children are enrolled in school and updated on all required immunizations. Clients are assigned case managers, job coaches, and children’s program managers. The goal of Project Hope is to help homeless families become self-sufficient, productive members of society.

2013 Farming Heritage Entries Sought Cosponsored by the State Fair of West Virginia and West Virginia Farm Bureau LEWISBURG, WV - Farming families are being sought as applicants for the 2013 Farming Heritage Award that is being offered by the State Fair of West Virginia and the West Virginia Farm Bureau. The Farming Heritage award will be presented to a family that has strived to maintain its rural lifestyle by contributing to the community, acting as role mod-

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els, dedicating time to efficient agricultural production, and maintaining the upkeep of their farm through generations. The winning family will be treated to an award ceremony during the State Fair on August 15, an award luncheon, overnight accommodations, free admission, preferred parking, and a Natural Stone Sign award with the family's name that may

be displayed indoors or outdoors. A photo and brief biography of the winners will also be displayed in the Gus R. Douglass Annex during the Fair. "The Farming Heritage Award honors an agricultural family, and their multi-generation contributions to their community and to West Virginia. The official state seal, featuring a farmer, is the logo of the award program,"

said Karen Lilly, Administrative Assistant, State Fair of West Virginia. Entry forms may be completed by family members or by someone who wants to nominate a family for consideration. Judging will be conducted by an independent panel of judges. All entries must be in the State Fair office by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, June 3.

Entry applications are available through the State Fair by calling Karen Lilly @ 304/6451090 or visiting www.statefairofwv.com. Farming Heritage applications are also available through the West Virginia Farm Bureau office by calling LeVera Gillum @ 304/472-2080 ext. 302 or visiting www.wvfarm.org.

Confirmed Tuberculosis Cases in Cabell County HUNTINGTON – The CabellHuntington Health Department is currently treating and investigating two confirmed TB (Tuberculosis) cases in the Huntington area. The health department and the West Virginia Division of Tuberculosis Elimination (DTBE) continue to investigate those individuals who may have had contact with the

confirmed cases. Tuberculosis is a disease that is caused by bacteria that usually attacks the lung but can also attack any part of the body such as the kidney, spine and brain. Transmission – TB is spread through the air from one person to another. The TB bacteria are put in the air when a person with active TB disease of the

lungs or throat coughs, sneezes, speaks or sings. People nearby may breathe in these bacteria and become infected. TB is not spread by shaking someone’s hand, sharing food or drink, touching bed linens or toilet seats, kissing. Symptoms include a bad cough that lasts 3 weeks or longer, pain in the chest, cough-

ing blood or sputum, weakness or fatigue, weight loss, no appetite, chills, fever, night sweats. If you have been exposed you will be contacted by a public health official to discuss precautionary steps. For more information on TB please visit www.cabellhealth.org.


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