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/ RE-ELECT Mary Pearl Compton For House Of Delegates Because I care about Monroe and Summers Countians, I have continued my fight for jobs through economic development. Punch No. 24 on Ballot During this past session of the legislature, I fought for a long term plan to build and expand West Virginia's infrastructure- water service, sewage treatment, and commercial/industrial site development. The battle ended with the passage of an infrastructure plan which dedicated part of the current severance tax on coal, oil and gas to finance these projects. I will continue my fight for economic development. Paid for by the Committee to elect Mary Pearl Compton, J. W. Lamw, Treas. OBITUARIES REV. HARPER T. CALLISON The Rev. Harper T. Callison, 61, of Glen Dale, died Wed. Apr. 20, 1994, at home. He was born at Martinton. He was a graduate of West Virginia University, Garrett-Evangelical School of Theology, Evanston, Ill., attended West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morris Harvey College and University of Michigan. He was president of Wesley Founda- tion, and was amember of Chaplain's Council and Kappa Alpha Order. He ministerd at Glen Dale United Meth- odist Church, First United Method- ist Church, Clarksburg, First United Methodist Church, Elkins, Drum- mond Chapel, Morgantown, Broad Oaks at Hammond, Anmore, Clarksburg, Bellepoint, Hinton and Wesley Church, Morgantown. He was superintendent of the Hunting- ton District. Surviving: wife, Mary Elizabeth Blair Callison; daughters, Melissa Zucker of Canten, Oh., Amy Teter of Parkersburg, Jane Blake of Glas- tonbury, Conn., Rachel Callison of Pittsburgh; four grandchildren. Services were held at 11 a.m. Fri. Apr. 22 at Glen Dale United Meth- odist Church with the Rev. Karen Brown, the Rev. Frank Shaffer, the Rov, Marvin Carr and the Rev. Ellen Carter Officiating. Friends call on Fri. Apr. 21 from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. at the church. Services were also held at 1 p.m. Sat. Apr. 23 at BURGESS F. RICHMOND Burgess Franklin Richmond, 57, of Hinton, died Wed. Apr. 20, 1994, at home after a short illness. He was a mechanic and truck driver. He was a member of Chest- nut Grove Baptist Church, Hix. Surviving: sisters, Lena Hicks of Forest Hill, Ola Clowers of Hilldale. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sat. Apr. 23 at Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton, with the Rev. Eddie Johnson officiating. Burial followed in the Ward Family Cemetery, Hix. RAY A. WALKER Ray A. Walker, 81, of Chestnut Hill Circle, died Sun., Apr. 24,1994, in a Hinton care home following a long illness. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton. Marlinton United Methodist Church ..... : ............................... with the Rev. Ronald Brooks, the Rev. Robert Johnson and the Rev. Rebecca Rahall Frank Shaffer officiating. Friends call on Sat. Apr. 23 from noon until I p.m. at the church*. Burial followed in Mountain View Cemetery, Mar- linton. Grisell Funeral Home, Moundsville, was in charge of ar- rangements. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Harper Hall, Glen Dale United Methodist Church, 700 Wheeling Ave., Glen Dale, or Marlinton United Methodist Church or West Virginia University Foundation. EDWARD C. LOWE SR Edward C. "Bud" Lowe Sr., 84, of Forest Hill, died 4:30 p.m. Tues., Apr. 19, 1994, in a Hinton hospital following a short illness. BornAug. 11,1909, at Forest Hill, he was the son of the late John W. and Della Roles Lowe. Mr. Lowe was a lifelong resident of Forest Hill and was a farmer and cattleman. He was a member of the Talcott Masonic Lodge No. 100 AF and AM and the Fairview Baptist Church, Forest Hill. Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Virginia Swepston Lowe; a son, Edward C. Lowe Jr. and his wife, Nilda of Princeton; two sisters, Hallie Allen of Beckley and Pauline Campbell of Charleston; a grand- son, James Lowe and his wife, Bar- bars of Salt Lake City, Utah; a grand- daughter, Mrs. Steve (Shelly) Wire- mar of Charlotte, N.C.; four great- grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Services were held at 11 a.m.Tri. Apr. 22 at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors Chapel with Pastor Carl Edwards and Pastor Harry Christie officiating. Burial followed in the Fairview Baptist Church Cemetery, Forest Hill. Pallbearers were Jeff and Brent Jones, Clark and Kevin Swepeton, Jim Cysmpbell and David Kauffelt. Denations of sympathy may be made to the charity of your choice. Arrangements by Ronald Mead- ows Puneral Parlors, Hinton. ROGER L. MEADOR Roger Lee Meador, 43, of Zephyrhills, Fla., formerly of Forest Hill, died Wed. Apr. 20, 1994, at home aRer an apparent heart at- tack. Ronald Meadows Funeral Home, Hinton, was in charge of arrange- mente. Named to Dean's List Rebecca Ashley Rahall has been named once again to the University of North Carolina in Wilmington's Dean's List with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. Miss Rahall is the daughter of Congressman Nick Joe Rahall, It (D-W.Va.) and Helen McDaniel Rahall of McLean, Va. As a sophomore at the University, majoring in both Psychology and Spanish, she is President of the Phi Eta Sigrna Honor Society, Vice Presi- dent of the campus Christian Or- ganization, Focus, plays th e clarinet in the University orchestra, and is studying in Ecuador this semester as an exchange student from the University. Miss Rahall was West Virginia's 1993 Cherry Blossom Princess in Washington, D.C. She is a 1992 honor graduate of Langley High School in McLean, Va. where she was Presi- dent of the Langley High School Band, Drum Major of the band, President of the National Spanish Honor Society, and lettered in Track and Field. AARP Holds Apr. Meeting On Apr. 21st. the AARP Chapter # 4230 of Summers Co. met at the Hinton House for their 1:30 p.m. meeting. Rev. Eddie Johnson opened the meeting. Mr. Billy Perdue gave the invocation. Nila Hicks read the minutes. Happy Birthday was sung to Nila. Two new members were added to the roll. They were Myrtle Holland and Nellie Hulssy. A workshop meeting of the AARP will be held at the armory on Apr. 26th. Lillian Meadows gave a reading Silver and Gold. Also a picture show on video made in the thirties shown. Refreshments were served to 17 members. Activity is the only road to knowledge. --George Bernard Shaw HEALTH FAIR Pictured left to right: Serena Albright, Meliea Thompson and Wilma Rodes. Serena Albright, BSW and Melisa Th- ompson, BSW, Int. Hospice Care Raleigh County introduced by Wilma Rode==; a senior at Concord College majoring in Social Work. Melody Rickman, RN Cancer In- formation Specialist and Serena Albright BSW, HosPice Care, Inc. provided a joint health dare program Apr. 12 at the J.BJNimitz Senior Citizens Building for the area resi- dents. Your're Worth It, a breast and cervical cancer screening program for women was discussed and a mammogram quiz given by Melody Rickman. Hospice, a program designed pri- marily to serve the needs of the ter- minally ill and their families was presented by Sevens A]bright, Raleigh County Hospice Care pro- vider for portions of Summers County. Free blood pressure monitoring was offered by Kennamae Lilly and Avelene Bower. Pauline Harvey won the $25.00 grocery bag. Other door prizes went to: Carolyn Bennett, Mildred Mead- ows, Lucinda Upton, Garnet Coo- per, Opal Grimmett, Sandra Basham, Meliea Thompson, Wilma Rodes, Linda Lilly, Margaret Woodrum, Jean Yancey, Sevena Albright nd Mac Pack ....... , The program was hosted:by:the J,BJNitz Exnsionbiomema:e and Senior Citizens. Refreshments was served to 40 members and guests. SERVICEMEN IN THE NEWS Air Force Airman Bobby F. D. Graham Jr. has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tx. During the six weeks of training the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Graham is the son of Bobby F. D. and Charlotte A. Graham of Hinton. Graham is a 1993 graduate of Hinton High School. i Special Sing will be held at the Second Baptist Church 217 James St. Starting st 5:00 RM. Sun. May 1st. Mtghty Wonders from Salem, N.C. Featured Singers Everyone welcome to attend! i A no-cost screening clinic will be held to identify I I childrcn with problems of thc boncs, joints or t muscles, or problems associated with bums, who I may be eligible for the FREE expert care provided [ at Shriners Hospitals. I All Care Provided At Shriners I Hospitals Is I Absolutely Free Of Charge. [ | I Bring your child (under 18) to: I Beni Kedem Shrine Temple I Tuesday May 10, 1994 I 9 a.m.--- 2 p.m. I | 100 Quarrier Street Charleston, WV ] Call (304) 343-9405 for more information.,/ J.B. Nimitz Senior Citizens Meet By Vs. Rippetoe The J.B. Nimitz Senior Citizens met Apr. 8th. at their center for their business meeting and choir practice with Sandra Basham at the piano. The meeting was called to order by vice president Mack Richmond in absence of President Roy Keaton. Dock Lilly offered the opening prayer. Secretary Mary Neely called the roll of officers and read the minutes of the last meeting. Va. Rippetoe gave the report on cards send to the sick and shut-ins. Kennammae Lilly gave the treas- urer report in absence of treasurer D. S. Hatcher. All reports were accepted as read. The men will meet to clean the centeryard where the ice storm broke the trees. Happy Birthday was sung to those having birthdays in Apr. The meeting closed with prayer by E. B. Neely. Those present: Erma Meadows, Aveline Bower, Geraldine Pack, Mack and Mary Richmond, Kenna- mae Lilly, Josephine Shoemaker, Vs. Rippetoe, Lona Wilson, Collen Min- Paid Political Advertising ..... VOTE ton, Dock Lilly, Dorothy Lilly, Cora Lee Arthur, Charles and Jessie Neely, Reva Lilly, E. B. and Mary Neely, Erma Meadows, Mildred Keaton, and Sandra Basham. Servicemen In The News Air Force Airman Eric L. Light- ner has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, "Ix. During the six weeks of training the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through thb Community College of the Air Force. Lightneris the son of Debbie Berry of Highway Contract Route 80, Hinton. Lightner is a 1993 graduate of Hinton High School. FOR THE SUMMERS COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Paid By The Candidate. Schwan' s Convenience Shopping Day ATTENTION SHOPPERSl For Your Shopping Convenience... Schwan's Frozen Food Truck will be parked on Main St. Across from Fleshman's Auto Sales in Hinton, WV Every other FRIDAY, STARTING ON APRIL 29th. Between 10 A.M. and 8 P.M. FEATURING: Seafood, U.S.D.A. Inspected Meats, Fresh Frozen Fruits and Vegetables, Pizza, Entrees and of course our Famous Ice Cream. 100% GUARANTEE ON ALL QUALITY PRODUCTS FREE HOME DELIVERY! THIS IS NOT A FREEZER PLAN