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JASON L. BOONE Jason Lee Boone~ 34, Of Judson, MARY K. HALL died Tuesday, February 14, 2017. He was born July 2, 1982, in Mary Kathryn Begil Hall, 63, of Richmond, VA, and is the son of Pipestem, died peacefully Tuesday, Patsy Ann Mills Boone of Judson, February 14, 2017 at the Clevelarid and the late Kerwin Boone. Clinic, in Cleveland, OH. Jason was a graduate of BornMay 16,1953 in Hinton, she was the daughter of the late Manuel Summers County High School with Begil and Zona Coburn Begil. the class of 2000. He was an employee of Twin State Salon Mary Kathryn was a graduate of Supply, Inc., in Hinton. He enjoyed Hinton High School and was currently working as a secretary for hunting, fishing and being with his the West Virginia Legal Aid. children. He was of the Baptist faith. While her health permitted, she In addition to his father, he was loved shopping at Wal-Mart, her preceded in death by his paternal flowers, bird watching and playing grandparents James and Dicie Boone, and his maternal on her tablet. She was a devoted and grandfather, Kelly Mills. loving wife, mother, grandmother Besides his mother, other and sister and loved spending each and every spare moment with her survivors include a son Jacob Boone, and three daughters, Jaelynn grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she Boone, Jenna Boone, and Jessa .Boone, and good friend and mother was preceded in death by three of his children, Jessie Liming, all of siblings; Beulah, Sonny & Wanda. Judson. A sister Savannah Boone Those left to cherish her memory, and companion Raymond Smith, her devoted husband, Danny M. and niece Reylan Smith, all of Hall, Sr., Two loving children; Ballard. Maternal grandmother, Tammy & Jack Harvey of Talcott, Jean C. Mills of Judson. Several Danny M. Hall, Jr. & Melanie Hall aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends of Pipestem. Those that held the key to her heart, her six grandchildren; also survive. Funeral services were held Savannah, Hunter, Shelby, Levi, Ethan & Riley. Two siblings; Debra Monday, February 20, 2017, at 1:00 Bowles of Pipestem, Raymond Begil p.m. at Pivont Funeral Chapel in of Bluefield VA, Two half siblings; Hinton, with Pastor Wilford Adkins Delma Flavell and Amour Brescia officiating. Burial followed at the both of NJ. Tempa Church Cemetery, at Tempa. Friends called at the Pivont Funeral A celebrattion the life of Mary Kathryn Hall was held on Monday, Home, on Sunday, February 19, February 20, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at 2017 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. the Burns Wornal Chapel of the Family and friends served as • Memorial Funeral Directory on the pallbearers. ~ Athens Road in Princeton with Online condolences at Pastor Larry Dyer officiating. Burial Arrangements were by Piv)nt followed in the Restwood Cemetery in Hinton. Funeral home, Hinton, WV. The family received friends MARGIE E. BRAGG Margie Elizabeth Bragg, 74 of Tug Creek, died at 5:30 p.m. Monday, February 13, 2017 at her home following a long illness. Born September 2, 1942 in Hinton, she was the daughter of the late Effie Ellen Gill. Ms. Bragg was a former cook at Pipestem State Park and was retired from the Hinton Senior Citizens. She was also a homemaker and a member of the Hinton Gospel Tabernacle. She loved the outdoors, especially, camping, fishing and gardening and attending yard sales. She had lived most of her life in Summers County. She was preceded in death by one son, Ronnie Ward; one daughter, Mary Mitchem and a great grandson, Casey Ward. Also by three sisters, Gladys O'Dell, Martha Bragg and Dorothy Teasley. Survivors include a son, Robbie Mitchem of Hinton. One daughter, Jessica Donitzen and husband John of Tug Creek. Three brothers, Ray Gill and wife Vada and Garland Gill, all of Chesapeake, OH and Billy Gill and wife Donna of Hinton. Three sisters, Ruby Mann and husband Glenn of Franktown, CO, Vera Adkins and husband Garland of Talcott and Debbie Gill of Hinton. Three grandchildren, Regina Teabo, Beverly Ward and Ronnie Ward. Several great grandchildren, along with several nieces, nephews and cousins also survive. The family would like to extend a special thank you to Hospice of Southern West Virginia and nurses Kathy McHenry and Stacey Issacs, along with Margie's niece, Connie Smith for the special care given during her illness. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, February 16, 2017 at Pivont Funeral Home Chapel in Hinton with Pastor Terry Weatherly officiating. Burial followed in Upland Cemetery near Hinton. Friends called from 12:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 16 at the' funeral home. Family members and friends served as pallbearers. Online condolences at www. Arrangements were by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton, WV. Sunday, February 19 from 2:00 until 4:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Online condolences may be shared with the family via Serving as pallbearers were, Hunter Hall, Levi Harvey, Blake Bowles, Joey Bowles, Sonny Ray Begil and Chad Williams. The Hall family was served by th~ Memorial Funeral Directory & Cremation Center on the Athen, Road in Princeton. :::::::::::::::::::::: :.::- ... -:.:?..i::.~p.. KALEN J. HELTON BB Sarah Ruth Fox of Beckley and two sisters in law, Patsy Wingfield of Hinton and Margie Wingfield of Tidewater, VA. Funeral services were held at 12:00 P.M. Friday, February 17, 2017 at Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors Chapel with Pastor Robbie Merritt officiating. Burial followed in the Cales Cemetery at Sandstone. Friends called from 6:00 - 8:00 P.M. Thursday, February 16 at the funeral parlors. Grandsons served as pallbearers. Arrangements were by the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton. Online condolencs may be sent to the family at www.ronaldmeadows MARY L. RUDGE Mary Lee Anderson Rudge, 84 of Hinton, passed away Wednesday, February 15, 2017, in Charleston, WV. Mary Lee was born, October 29,1932, in Hinton. She was the daughter of the late A. B. Anderson and Mary M. Meadows Anderson. She was a graduate of Hinton High School, and Marshall University. She worked as a teacher at Hilidale School, and at Hinton High School for more than two decades. She married George Rudge, June 30, 1954, in Huntington, WV. She was preceded in death by her parents, and her husband, and a brother, Nathan Anderson. Her survivors include two sons, Kip Rudge and friend Kittye Gibson, Mike Rudge and wife Erin, and one daughter, Pam Rudge Schafer, and husband Kyle. Seven grandchildren, Brittany, Melissa, Jillian, Chris, Corey, Maddie, and Gabe and four great grandchildren Jocelyn, Titus, Shiloh and Ezra also survive. She is also survived by lifelong friends, Polly Sue Rogers, and Barbara Huffman. She was involved in A.C.W.P. (Animal Control and Welfare Project), of Summers County. She was also a member of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority. Memorial contributions may be given to the A.C.W.P. of Summers County. Memorial service were held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, February 18, 2017 at Pivont Funeral Chapel. Friends called from 1:00 p.m. until time of the service on Saturday, February 18. On line condolences at Arrang~ements were by Pivonl Funeral Home, Hinton, WV COMMISSION MEETING The Summers County Tues. Feb. 21, 2017 Hinton News - 3 Commission will meet at 9:00 a.m. in the County Commission Office at ..... the Courthous:e on the second ::,~~ • Wednesday of each month. The Session for March will be Wednesday, March 8. Contact Mary Beth Merritt, County Clerk before March 8 at 466- 7104 if you havfi any questions or if you have items for the agenda. NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Jumping Branch/Nimitz Public Service District is in the process of determining if there is public interest in providing water service to the upper Madams Creek Road and Broomstraw Road areas of Summers County, WV. The residents of these areas or District customers are encouraged to attend to voice their opinions on the prospective project. The public meeting wilI be held on February 21, 2017 at 7:00 PM in the cafeteria of the Jumping Branch School. If you have any questions concerning the public meeting for the project, please contact Region One Planning & Development Council at (304) 431-7225. CANCER FUND FOR ANDREA LEIGH-ANN YANCY The latest update on Andrea's MRI. Showed Spots on her spine hips, and lungs. They are starting treatments, but due to the effects, she is unable to work leaving her without health insurance. Any donations would be greatly appreciated. A cancer fund account for Andrea has been set up at City National Bank and Donations would be greatly appreciated. A cancer fund account for Andrea has been set up at City National Bank and Donations can be accepted there. Thank you and God Bless. You may contact her morn at 304- 578-1964. NARCONON Top excuses for substance abusers who fai! to seek treatment include: not ready to quit using, too scared to kick, their habit is not that bad. All result in continued abuse and all boil down to one real excuse - they want to use drugs. If you are suspicious one of your loved ones is abusing drugs or alcohol call us today for free information on the. signs of drug abuse. Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Call today at 1- 800-DRUG FREE or by visiting http://, for freescreenings, referrals, or your free copy Of signs of addiction. CLOSED FOR WINTER The Campbell-Flann agan- Murrell House Museum at 422 Summers Street in Hinton has closed for the winter. We are delighted to open the Museum for visitors, school groups, reunion parties, or folks just looking for a peek at some local history. Call 304- 445-5769 to set up a date and time with our guide. We welcome all to experience Hinton's History through the lives of the families that lived in the House beginning in 1875. Call, email at cfm_ or message us on facebook. Our web site is cfm- How To Help Relieve Caregiving Stress In 2017 Kalen Jeannette Helton, 75, of Hinton reunited with loved ones in (NAPS)--If you are one of the 34 ~i million informal caregivers in the U.S. Heaven Tuesday, February 14, 2017 today, it may be wise to look beyond at Ruby Memorial Hospital such things as a better diet for a New following a long illness. Year's resolution and consider some new Born May 26, 1941 at Sandstone methods to help relieve stress related she was a daughter of the late John to caring for a loved one. Caregiving is B. and Mamie Bragg Wingfield. a very important )0b but doing it effec- Kalen was a former employee of tively can have a major impact on both Bowling's Dairy Bar, Reed's Market, you and your loved one's well-being. So Riverside Floral and Summers as people make resolutions to help ira- Caring for someone who is ill or el- County Council on Aging in Hinton: prove their lives, it's a great time to con- derly can be easier with help from She enjoyed flowers, baking andsider available support to relieve your modern technology. spending time with her family and caregiver stress and ensure you are pro- friends, viding the best care possible,many options designed for seniors that "Given the growing number of se- can help monitor for falls and wander- Kalen was preceded in death by niors in the U.S., there's a great oppor- ing, and even help predict when they are her husband Howard R. Helton Sr.; tunity for caregivers to use technology, at risk for a health event. one son, Michael Scott Helton and such as wearables, to help keep loved * Rely on connected care to be there four brothers, Bob, Jim, Junior and ones safe and help them maintain their when you can't: Nearly one-third of Buster Wing-field. independence;' says Kimberly O'Lough- caregivers have said that their respon- Those left to cherish her memory lin, senior vice president and general sibilities take up to 28 hours a week. include her three children, Debbie manager of Philips Lifeline. '~dditional- Technology can help watch over your Gwinn and husband Danny of ly, once these technology solutions are in loved one even when you can't be there, Nimitz; Willie Helton and wifeAngie place, caregivers find they benefit from providing caregivers with greater peace of Rock Hill, S.C. and Howard # 2 peace of mind in knowing their loved of mind. Helton and wife Lisa of Roanoke, VA; one is being protected:' ~ Take advantage of the holiday O'Loughlin urges caregivers to take season to talk with family: The holiday seven grandchildren, Samantha the following recommendations into season brings loved ones together and Gwinn, Sara Lucas and-husband consideration when planning New can provide an excellent opportunity Chficky, Robert Helton and wifeYear's resolutions, as these will help en- to have important conversations about Amanda, Jordan Helton, Sam sure you are being the best caregiver you caring for a senior. Dofft be afraid to tell Helton, Mikey Helton Jr. and Jon can be: the people you care for how much you Helton; eight great grandchildren, * Research a senior-friendly wear- love them and how using technology, Justin and Jonah Zimmerman, able: This technology has become in- such as a medical alert device, may ease Charles and Chase Lucas, Michael creasingly popular over the past few some of your concerns. and Jace Gwinn, Ryder and Finley years and 2017 will be no different, with Learn More Helton; three sisters, Edith forecasts predicting that 274.6 million For further information about care- Huffman of Mt. Nebo, Barbara wearable electronic devices will have giving tips and technologies, visit www. "Cookie" Holt of Sandstone and been sold worldwide in 2016. There are Bake Up Delicious Breakfast (NAPS)--Here's news many families may consider a wake-up call: Studies show that kids who eat breakfast have better concentration and more energy. Yet approximately 8 to 12 percent of all school-aged kids skip this important meal. Here's a look at what the researchers discovered: • The University of Pennsylvania found that children achieve higher IQ scores if they eat breakfast. • Yale scientists found that students who participated in school breakfast programs were less likely to become overweight even if they also had breakfast at home. Good News Fortunately for the ma~y families that don't have the time to prepare a full breakfast, there's a nutritious make-ahead option kids love. Flavored with bananas, chocolate chips and tart sweet lingonber- ties, which have been called a "superfmit," rich in antioxidants, it's a nutritious snack they can eat on the way to school or tuck into their lunchboxes for later. Lingonberry Breakfast/ Lunchbox Bars 1Vz tablespoons ground flaxseeds (or flaxseed meal) 3 tablespoons water 15 ounces chickpeas (garbanzo beans), canned 2 medium bananas ~A cup flour, gluten free V2 cup coconut sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon Vz teaspoon baking soda V8 teaspoon salt V= teaspoon vanilla extract 4 tablespoons Felix Lingonberry Jam 1/i cup chocolate chips, dark Preheat the oven to 350° F. Grease and line an 8" x 8" baking pan with • parchment and set aside. Whisk together the flaxseed meal or grind whole flaxseeds and combine with water in a small bowl. Set aside for 5 minutes. Meanwhile, blend chickpeas and bananas in a food processor until com- pletely smooth. Bars For Busy Kids Experts say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, gearing you up for work, school and play. In a large mixing bowl, whisk to- gether the dry ingredients, reserving the chocolate chips. Add the chickpea puree to the dry ingredients along with the vanilla, lingonberry jam and flaxseed mixture and mix to combine. Then fold in the chocolate chips. Pour the batter into the prepared pan. Bake on center oven rack for 24-26 minutes until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out dean. Let cool in the pan for 10-15 min- utes, then transfer bars to a wire rack and cool completely before slicing (this is important!). Slice into 12-16 bars. Store on the counter for a few hours if they seem too moist; otherwise, put them in an airtight container and store for two to three days. ",r'% • / :~ ~ :"~" . These bars are made with fresh Swedish lingonberry jam so they're as delicious as they are convenient. Learn More You can find other recipes, facts and where to get the Jam at http://felixiams. com. Can anything be sadder than work unfinished? 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