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/ Obituaries G. VERNELI BOWMAN G. Vernelle Bowman, 81, of Prin- ceton, formerly of Hinton and San Pedro, Calif., died 4:40 p.m. Tues. June 8, 1995, at a Princeton retire- ment village, following a long ill- .hess. Born July 8, 1913, in Hinton, she was the daughter of the late Charles C. and Edna Mahanes Bowman. Miss Bowman was a member of the Hinton First United Methodist Church, Outstanding Woman of the Year, State ofW. Va., went to school in I-Iinton, received her A.B. degree from Asbury College in Wilmore, Ky., and her master's from the Univer- sity of Southern California. She taught at Hinton High School, served in the WAAC during World War II, has 24 accredited years with the federal government as a correc- tions officer and during the last eight years of her employment she was the warden at the Federal Reforma- tory for Women at Alderson. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Frances and Mabel Bowman; and three brothers, Andrew, Ikey and Gordan Bowman. Survivors include two nieces, Jerry A. Douglas of Princeton and Edna E. Chase of Annandale, Va.; and a sister-in-law, Georgia Frazier Bowman of Princeton. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sun. June 11 at the Hinton First United Methodist Church with Pastor Ei- leen Schneider officiating. Burial followed in the Greenbrier Burial Park, Hinton. Arrangements by Ronald Mead- ows Funeral Parlors, Hinton. WILLIAM J. BROOKS JR. William Jennings Brooks, Jr., 64, of Rupert, died Fri., June 9,1995, at his home, following a long illness. Born June 19,1930, in Hinton, he was the son of the late William J. and Margie Dean Brooks, Sr. Mr. Brooks was a retired miner, and Air Force veteran of the Korean War. He was preceded in death by his wife, Thelma Highlander Brooks; a daughter, Laura Lee Brooks and a Sister. Survivors include a daughter, Lolly Thayer, of Crescent City, Fla.; two granddaughters, Necca and Madgan Thayer of Crescet,iy, lla.; two sisters, CoraSpetiti6Fbt'] Colonial Heights, Va. and Barbara J, mes of Wilmington, N.C.; two broth- era, John Brooks of Fairdale, and (mrge Brooks Sr. of Rainelle. - The body was cremated. - Memorial services will be held at alater date. Arrangements by Smathers Fu- neral Home, Rainele. FRANCES P. BROWN Frances Patricia ixie  Brown, 45, of 136 State St., I-Iinton, died Wed., June 7, 1995, in a Charlot. tesville, Va., hospital, following a 10ng illness. Born Apr. 3, 1950, in Hinton, she was,he daughter of Reva Brown andS:he late Nathaniel Parks. :: She was a member of the Camon ptist Church, Hinton. She was preceded in death by a -other, Michael Brown, and an unt, Isabelle Wayne. -- Surviyors include a son, Joseph grown of Hinton; a daughter, Lisa ]own of Hinton; four brothers, Gary, Ri'cky and Charles Brown, all of Hinton and Allen Brown of Char- leston; a sister, Wanda Brown of Lwisburg; four grandchildren, Si- ep/a, Jolyca, Ashley, and Candice Brown; a niece, Susan Brown of nton; and a nephew, Steven Brown, of London, England. - Services were held at 3 p.m. Sun. June 11 at Pivont Funeral Home, I-Iinton, with Rev. Billy Galloway oticiating. Burial followed in the Esquire Cemetery. - Arrangements by Pivont Funeral lome, Hinton.  MAGGIE JENNY CYRUS i!: Mrs. Maggie Jenny Cyrus, 80, of umdetene, died 1:30 a.m. Sun., June t"1, 1995, in a Beckley hospital, fol- |ving a long illness. ":Born Mar. 22, 1915, in White loud, Mich., she was the daughter the late Edgar and Margaret Pot- r Hocum.  Mrs. Cyrus was a housewife, lived lost of her life in Summers County bd was a member of the Meadow 'idge Pentecostal Church. : She was preceded in death by her /md Homer Jennings Cyrus, on /Jpy 17,1977, and two sons, Freddie onroe Cyrus on Feb. 2, 1978, and in McKinley Cyrus, on Mar. 6, '- Survivors include three sons, ton Cyrus of Ypsilanti, Mich., Roy rus, of El Paso, Tex., and Harold : of Sandstone; a daughter, :arol Bbwles, of Sandstone; a step- , Richard Cyrus, of Hinton; a .brother, Floyd Hocum; a sister, Cora H ocum, of GrandRapide, Mich., and veral grandchildren.  Graveside rvice, andburial will  held at II aan. Wed. at Richmond Cemetery, Sandstone, with Pastor Eddie Johnson officiating. Friends may call from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tues. at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors, Hinton. Arrangements by Ronald Mead- ows Funeral Parlors, Hinton. CAROL JEANETTE REED Carol Jeanette Reed, 59, of 495 Stokes Dr., Hinton, died 7:20 a.m. Fri., June 9, 1995, in a Summers County hospital, following a long illness. Born Feb. 11, 1936, in Giles County, Va., she was the daughter of the late Cecil and Hattie Jones Dick- enson. Mrs. Reed was a member of River Valley Baptist Church and i home- maker. She was preceded in death by a sister, Ethel Perdue. Survivors include four sons, Benny Dickenson of Pipestem, David and Mark Reed, beth of Hinton, and Stewart Reed of Jumping Branch; two daughters, Kathy White of Pence Springs and Brenda Justice of Alder- son; two brothers, Paris Dickenson of Lima, Oh., and Bennie Dickenson of Oak Hill; five sisters, Kathlesn Dickenson of Hinton, Lucille Deeds of Martinsburg, Pa., Jewel Kimber- lin of Covington, Va., June Wood of Lillton, N.C., and Mildred Meadows of Oak Vale and 10 grandchildren. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sun. June 10 at River Valley Baptist Church with Rev. Bill Jenkins offici- ating. Burial followed in Kings Cemetery in Sandstone. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton. ROBBIE DALE REED Robbie Dale Reed, 21, of Alder- son, died Fri., June 9,1995, in Alder- son. Born Feb. 25, 1974, at Hinton, he was the son of Charles Canfield and Phyllis Martin Reed, both of Alder- son. Other survivors include his wife, Jennifer Dawn Reed, of Aibemarle, N.C.; two daughters, Whitley Dawn and Kaylee Chandler Reed, both of Aibemarle, N.C., a son, Michael Dale Reed, of Aibemarle; a sister, Parry Reed, of Aiderson; two brothers, Roger Reed of Alderson and Robert Carie|d' 6f Williamsburg; et pater- flghdf]; "rc'Chnfi etd Sr:; of Lewisburg, and maternal grand, parents, Robert and Mary Martin of Sandstone. Services were held at 1 p.m. Tues. at Smathers Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Larry Dean officiating. Burial followedin Wallace Memorial Ceme- tery, Clintonville. Pallbearers were Roger Reed, David Richmond, James Poe, L. Jim Canfiel d, Lenny Richmond and Steve Cales. Arrangements by Smathers Fu- neral Chapel, Rainelle. COUNCIL ON AGING This is a weekly publication ofthe Summers County Council on Aging, Inc., 120 Second Ave., Hinton. Patri- cia McDaniel, Executive Director. Funded in part by the WV Commis- sion on Aging, Appalachian Area Agency on Aging, other grant & local resources and donations. Any older person is encouraged to participate in the program regardless of race, creed, handicap or national origin. The Summers County Council on Aging is an equal opportunity em- ployer. Wed. June 14: Menu: Meatloa gravy, buttered rice, green beans, fruit cocktail, biscuits, milk/butter. Activities: Singing and games with Maxine Payne  11 am. Thurs. June 15: Menu: Hot chicken sandwich/gravy, mashed potatoes, peas, vanilla pudding, bread, milk/butter. Activities: Bingo for prizes after lunch. Father's Day Program with guest speaker, Sam Vance; and soloist, Stacie Young 11 am. Fri. June 16: Senior Picnic -- Bluestone State Park. Senior Cen- ter Closed Today. Mort. June 19: Menu: Fish/tar. tar sauce, coleslaw, glazed carrots, chocolate pudding, cornbread, milk/ butter. Activities: Bible Study with Eddie Johnson - 1lain. Tues. June 20: CLOSED -- WEST VIRGINIA DAY. Menu changes may occur due to the availability of foods or due to circumstances beyond our control. NOTE: Lockbridge shopping ev- ery Men.-- Thurs. opt. Hinton shop- ping every Fri. Pence Springs shop- ping Fri. Meadow Creek/Sandstone shopping every Wed. **any and all bus schedules are subject tochange** NOTICE The Jumping Branch-Nimitz Public Service District Board meets each first Son. of the month at 4:00pro at the Water Office. The public is invited to attend. Inducted Into Honor Society Jessica Reich, daughter of Arlene Reich of Ballengee St., Hinton and Stuart Reich of Via Del Serene, Scottsdale, Ariz., has been inducted into Mortar Board at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Mortar Board is a national senior honor society dedicated to service, leadership, and scholarship, with a focus on women's issues. The Isogon Chapter of the Mortar Board was founded at UMass in 1955. Mem- bers are selected on the basis of essay responses and willingness to commit to the organization's ideals. To be eligible for membership, stu- dents must be in their junior year, rank i the top 15 percent of their class, and be invited to apply. A/mst 900 juniors who earned a qualifying GPA of 3.2 or better were invited to apply, but only 37 were selected. New members were hon- ored at an induction banquet on Apr. 9th. at the UlVIass Faculty Club. Reich is a member of the Class of 1996 majoring in Japanese, interna- tional relations, and cultural anthro- pology through the Bachelor's De- gree with Individual Concentration program at the University. She is also a NESP Scholarship recipient. Reich graduated from Hinton High School in 1992. Tues. June 13, 1995 Hinton News - 3 COOKBOOK GED TESTING The Vc'V Extension Homemakers GED testing will be held in Sum- have compiled a 190 page cookbook mersCountyonJunelSth.and16th. with 349 recipes, =80 YEARS of Call 466.6000 for more informa- GOOD COOKING AROUND W. tion. VA.  It may be purchased for $8.00 t each plus $2.00 shipping if mailed, from the J.BJNimitz Extension Homemakers. Please call 466.3907 or 466-5099 or write to HC 85, Bx 37, Jumping Branch, WV 25969-9511. HANGING BASKETS While They Last To all our many friends ThankYou for ma00ng our l OOth Anniversary a Tre me n c[o us Success We will continue to offer you the same ersonal attention p . . ana p r offess zonat s e rvzce we have throughout the years. Plaza Office: Stokes Drive 466-4646 24 HOUR TELLER - THE "MAC" at our Plaza location ...... .... Member FDIC Main Bank: 123 Temple St. 466-3311 1995 WEST VIRGINIA STATE WATER FESTIVAL PARA SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1995 11:00 A.M. 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