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:; MACY FAY BASHAM Macy Fay Basham, 100, tell aslhep in Jesus on Monday, March 19,:2012 at her home after an' illness of the last few days. Mrs. Basham was born at Steeter in Summers County Deember 25, 1911. She was a daughter of the late G.W. "Wash" and Louie Belle Vest Pack. She was a paternal granddaughter of Samue} and Rhoda Ann Cooper Pack and a maternal granddaughter of Charles and Mary Jane Harvey Vest. Mrs. Basham was the widow of GuT W. Basham to whom she was married in 1931, he passed away on February 20, 1979. She was also preceded in death by a son, Billy R. BaSham on September 1, 1963 and his:wife, Doris. Also preceding her in death were five brothers, Oather, Herbert S., Jess, Pearl and Alfred Pak; three sisters, Mrs. Elsie Mann, MrS. Vada Pack and little sister Lilly Pack and a granddaughter, Dorinda Meadows. She and her late husband moved to White Oak in the 1940's where he expanded his timber business and organized Basham Brothers Inc. which dealt primarily in mining timbers and rock dust and related items. The business became quite prosperous but neither Mr. or Mrs. Basham ever forgot where they came from. After the death of her husband and his brother, Mrs. Basham served as president of the corporation until it was dissolved. She enjoyed gardening and canning. As a young wife and mother Mrs. Basham was born again and united with the Little Primitive Baptist Church at Jumping Branch by baptism in 1939. She remained a faithful attendant as long as she lived. Mrs. Basham is survived by two dadhters, Betty Boothe of White Oal and Brenda Pack and husband Barie also of White Oak. Also surviving are eight grandchildren, seventeen great grandchildren and thirteen great-great grandchildren. Numerous nieces and ffephews, other family members and friends als0survive. Also a grandson, Kenny Bothe, who provided daily attention to his grandmothers needs and ltwo nieces, Judy Basham and Ka Shephard and a nephew, Clyde Pack and wife Lois. FUneral services were conducted at 2:00 PM Friday, March 23, 2012 at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors in Hinton with Elder Jerry McGrady officiating. Burial followed in the Restwood Cemetery near Hinton. Friends called at the funeral parlors from 6:00 to 8:00 PM Thursday, March 22, 2012. Serving as pallbearers were her grandsons, Kenny Boothe, Mathew Pack, Ivan Browning, Herman Pack, Josh Browning, David Browning, Larry Young. All other grandsons served as pallbearers. Fiowers are appreciated and donations of sympathy may be made to te Little Bluestone Primitive Baptist in care of Barrie Pack, clerk Box202 White Oak, WV 25989. Arrangements are by the Ronald Meastows Funeral Parlors of Hinton. Condolences may be sent to the famy at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. tom- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS eet at Ascension Episcopal Chffrch, Corner 5th. Ave. and Temple Street, Hinton, Open Meq ;ing, Tuesday, 8 p.m. Open Book Stu y Thursday 8 p.m. and Open Meeting, Saturday, 8 p.m. Sanday Women's only meeting at 3:00 (open book study/open DisCussion. G'lall Toll Free 1-800-333-5051. . SPECIAL EVENTS Tn,e Historic Graham House, Rt. 3, Lowell is available for reunions, paries, meetings, weddings, rec0ptions, etc. Indoor with large kitchen, dinning room, picnic tables & selter outside, restrooms & outdoor area for recreation. F.or rates and availability call 304466-3321. BINGO Bingo every Friday night at the Hird;on Senior Citizens Building on i Second Ave. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. starts at 6:00 p.m. ELLA SUE MORRIS Ella Sue Morris, 78, of Grafton, WV, formerly of Hinton died March 18, 2012 at Grafton City Hospital following a long illness. Born September 27, 1933, she was a daughter of the late Harry and Lura Louise Honaker Morris. Preceded in death by her brother and sisters, James Earl Morris, Margie Smith and Inn Mae Rowe. She is survived by her Sisters, Jean Anderson and husband Garland, Katie Huffman and husband Ralph and Janie Meadows and husband Harry and many nieces and nephews. Graveside services and burial was held at 1:00 PM Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at the Hilltop Cemetery near Hinton. Friends gathered at the Cemetery t?om 12:30 PM until time of services Wednesday, March 21. Arrangements are by the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. conl @$$ It is not flesh and blood but the heart which makes us fathers and sons. ----Johann Schiller Tools For Rent! Ballengee Lisa Bowles Personnel of the Month Lisa Bowles, Head Cook, has been selected January "Personnel of the Month" by the Talcott School Improvement Council. The school family as we once knew it is going by the way of larger schools through consolidation and numerous other changes. We feel our school has remained one with a sense of family and we felt these folks needed to know they are appreciated. Every student and parent, who are part of this school, will be touched, in some way by a teacher or other staff member. The positive word, the needed push, or maybe just encouragement can be the catalyst for a successful future. Each month we send out forms with monthly announcements, asking students and/or parents to nominate a staff member they believe deserves this recognition, along with the reasons why. Notice COMMUNITY SUPPORT The Hinton Lions Club is asking for the Communities support in helping to provide those who need, eye examinations or eye glasses. The Hinton Lions have been providing assistance for over 18 years and are asking community State Police civilian employees and West Virginia's Racing Commission are among those who can expect less funding in the new state budget. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin applied his line-item veto power Wednesday to shave $13.5 million from the $11.6 billion spending plan before signing it. He also scaled back increases approved by lawmakers for rape crisis centers, health care clinics and substance abuse programs. The new budget year begins July 1. The bulk of the cuts, around $9.9 million, reflect a revised estimate of how much the state must put toward the main pension fund for teachers. Improved investment earnings means the Teachers Retirement System needs less from the new state budget as it gradually closes a multibillion-dollar funding liability. Tomblin reduced pay and benefit raises for State Police civilian employees by $1.05 million, to $250,000, citing concerns about pernmnently increasing spending on wages and salaries. The governor also cut funding for expenses at the Racing Commission nearly in half, by $696,800 to $557,364. Tomblin deleted all $510,000 budgeted for equipment at the state Contractor Licensing Board. The governor noted that the equipment is for a program not administered by the board. Tomblin cited projected decreases in lottery proceeds in reducing revenues Yrom that source for the Development Office by $410,000, to $4OO,OOO. Wednesday's veto message also applied cuts of $250,000 each to three different areas of the budget. The cuts reduced funding for Health Right clinics to $4.7 million, rape crisis programs to $250,000 and organizations and businesses as well Farm as citizens for monetary donations Notice to continue providing help to those in need in our community. As news Club Inc spreads of the help being provided, WEDNESDAY POWER LUNCH " ..... e) requests are now outnumbering the First United Methodist Church at ........... Libns Club's ability to help .... :rd & Ballefigee Streets invites The Ballengee Farm Club will .Once a request is.received, the everyone to attend. Lunch is from have it's first pot luck dinner and meeting of 2012 at the Community Building in Ballengee on Thursday, April 11 at 6 p.m. Everyone from Ballengee and all of the surrounding communities are welcome to join us. The program will be given by John & Priscilla Ward on their recent trip to Haiti. The Farm Club originally was founded when the community was made up on farmers, thus the name. Today, however it encompasses Summers and Monroe coalnty resident and anyone else that would like to come out for a wonderful potluck dinner and an evening of special programs of music, : education, and local community : activities. During the year the Farm Club has .a picnic at Davis Lake, and a hayride in the fall. Be on the lookout for a Barn Sale in August, and come fall the Barn Dance many asked for will be back!!!! Call 304 573-1008 or 303 573- 5991 for directions and more information. l=d You (NAPS)---"This season's friend- ship bracelet styles include good- luck talisman bracelets featuring charms of evil eyes, religious and spiritual symbols," says Helena Krodel, director of media and spe- cial events, Jewelers of America. For more information, visit www.JIC.org and Www.facebook.com/Jewelry InformationGenter. L individual's application is screened to insure that other avenues of assistance are pursued before the Lions Club provides help. Donations can be mailed to: Lions Club, Sight Assistance Program, P.O. Box 1321, Hinton, WV 25951 Checks should be made out to Hinton Lions Club. 11:45 a.m. - I p.m., join us when you can. Guest speaker from 12:05 - 12:25 p.m. Also special music will be provided. The meal is offered free of charge Donations are appreciated, but not necessary. We hope to see you there for a good powerful message, good music, delicious food and fellowship. : i?i:i:i Life Journey Begins Hinton - 1942 Sheila Ann Hellems Modeling - Avis Ballpark 1944 Tues. March 27, 2012 Hinton News - 3 LEGISLATIVE UPDATE By Delegate Virginia Mahan Beauty Queen 1963 Her Wild Hippie Side expenses at the Development Office to $3.1 million. The last line-item veto cuts money budgeted for the "One Voice" drug abuse program to $100,000. Tomblin wrote that this program should be considered by the Governor's Advisory Council on Substance Abuse. Tomblin also reduced funding for a slated "Healthy Choices" television program br children by $150,000, to $100,000. The TV program is to be produced by West Virginia Public Broadcasting and the state's 9chool of Osteopathic Medicine. The governor wrote that the funding would have strained resources now dedicated to existing culture and history programs. Other line-item vetoes delete a Higher Education Grant fund transfer that wasn't in the budget, language that would have earmarked Development Office funds for administrative purposes and a provision that lbmblin said would have changed the intent of funding meant for nationally certified teachers. Tomblin also deletedlanguage that he said mislabeled the source of funding for I I Political Advertising Ilill III iiIllnl 4 the Comprehensive Substance Abuse Strategic Action Plan. Several of the 15 objections invoked economic uncertainty nationally to conclude the state must keep permanent budget increases to a minimum. If you would like to follow the daily action of the Legislature, visit the 80th Legislature on the web at http:// www.legis.state.wv.us/. As always, I welcome and appreciate your input on this or any other legislative issue. Please call me at (304) 340-3102 or write to Delegate Virginia Mahan, Room 206E, Building 1 State Capitol Complex, Charleston, WV 25305. Just/Ask. R E N lrA.L A reverse mortgage loan now has even lower costs thanks to the new HECM Saver loan feature. To learn more, visit www.wellsfargo.com/ reverse or stop by your local Wells Fargo or Wachovia store today. *** Experts at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency say homeowners with mortgage trou- bles can get free assistance from a housing counselor approved by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by calling (888) 995-HOPE (4673) or visiting mak inghomeaffordable.gov. START RIGHT. START HERE. 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