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bituarie OTIS WAYNE LONG Otis Wayne Long, 75 of Hinton passed away Thursday June 28, 2012 at Bower's Hospice House following a long illness. Otis was born December 7, 1936 at Wayside and was a son of the late Baldwin Long and Carrie Hudson Long Davis. I-Is was a lifelong resident of Summers County, a Veteran of WW II who served his country in the U.S. Air Force. Otis was an antique collector who loved playing cards and spending time with his family and friends as well as Kirks Restaurant. Besides his parents he is preceded in death by his step father, Verdo Davis; an infant son, Robert Wayne Long; maternal grandparents, Ote Hudson and Ada Hudson Wilson; paternal grandparents, Byrd and Viola Long and Mark David Long. Those left to cherish his memory include one daughter, Diana Miller and Husband Robert of AL; two sons, Douglas Wayne Long of Clarksburg and Wayne Long; two granddaughters, Taylor Nicole Miller and DaNaylee Alexia Long; Qne sister, Brenda Dodson of Culpepper, VA; one nephew, Timmy Dodson and numerous brother and sister in laws of the Faye Ward Family whom he cared deeply for. Funeral services were held at at 3:00 P.M. Sunday, July 1, 2012 at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors Chapel with Pastor Robbie Merritt officiating. Burial followed in the Oak Grove Cemetery at Ballengee. Friends called from 1 P.M. until time of service.tthe funeral parlors. Pallbea' were.Mark  Long, Derrick Seth Long, Jim Nelson Sr., Jim "Jif' Nelson Jr., James Taylor and Danny Foster. Honorary pallbearers were Timmy Dodson, Charlie Ward, Junior Walters, Porter Bennett Sr., Randy Farmer and Mike Rule. Arrangements wre by the Renald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton., Condolences may be sent to the family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. com RICHARD ALTON SHRADER Richard Alton Shrader , 57 of Cashmere, died at 2:51 p.m. June 23, 2012 at Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital following a short illness. Born November 6, 1954 in Hinton, he was the son of Thomas Shrader of Cashmere and the late June Patrick Shrader. Richard was a truck driver and was a graduate of Hinton High School. He had lived the early part of his life in Summers County before moving to Cashmere. He was a loving husband, son, father and grandfather and a friend to all who knew him. Besides his mother, he was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Abigail'Wheeer. Survivors include his loving wife, Janice Crook Shrader. One son, Jeremy Ray Browning of Peterstown. Three daughters, Jody Lynn Wheeler of Rich Creek, VA, Jennifer R. Gore of Hinton and Janet I. Bonaparte of Ft. Polk, VA. Two brothers, Charles T. Shrader and "David M. Shrader, both of Peterstown. One sister, Barbara Gillian of Shady Spring. Nine grandchildren; Morgan Gore, Charity, Remy and Logan Utterback, Allison Bonaparte, Halley, Caleb and Samuel Wheeler, Nevaeh Handy and Dominic Browning. Flmeral services were held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, June 30, 2012 at Pivont Funeral Home Chapel in Hinton with Pastor Tim Spencer officiating. Burial followed in the Bennett Cemetery on Sunset Hill near Hinton. Friends called from 11:00 a.m. until time of services on Saturday, June 30 at the funeral home. Ricky's friends served as pallbearers. Online condolences & guest register at www.pivontfuneralhome. corn Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton. Staff of House of Hair: Pictured left to right in back row is Jeannie Browning and Sharon Tickle, pictured in the front row is Susie Gore. & Big Thank You to House of Hair Staff House of Hair pampered Head Start Mommy's, children and Staff on Monday, May 14. The House of Hair Staffdid 18 haircuts, 9 eyebrow, waxes, 6 nails polishes, and 1 style. Hairdressers that volunteered to COMMISSION MEETING The Summers County Commission will meet at 9:00 a.m. in the County Commission Office at the Courthouse on the first and third Mondays of the month. In the event that a holiday falls on a Monday, the County Commission meeting will be moved to the following Tuesday. The next session of the County Commission will be held on Monday, July 16.. Contact Mary Beth MerrJtt, County Clerk at 466- 7121 if you have questions or if you have items for the agenda. Tues. July 3, 2012 Hinton News - 3 PIPESTE RURITAN CLUB The Pipestem Ruritan club meets every fourth Saturday at 6:00 p.m. We have a wonderful dinner before our meeting. We would like to invite anyone interested in learning more about this service club to come and join us. We have a gospel sing the Friday before our meetings. Come join in the fun and fellowship. For more information please call Brenda Garcia at 304- 923-1622 or 304-466-6804. ............ LEG I S LAT I V E UPDATE By Delegate Virginia Mahan t Harold Edward DeanRichmond  # Further increases in the Mingo, whether the Legislature taxes are frequently cited as an Birth homestead exemption for senior should consider increasing the obstacle to attracting new West Virginians could hurt the exemption, Muchow said, "If you're 'businesses to West Virginia. Announcement state's abilily to compete for interested in economic growth, one Muchow noted that even at its economic-development projects, the of the last things you want to do is current level, the homestead state's deputy secretary of revenue raise the homestead exemption." exemption is a notable tax break. The long walt for your arrival is told legislators Tuesday. He noted that even without the He used a $300,000 home in finally over. The exemption saves about exemption, West Virginia has some Shepherdstown as an example. The Welcome to our world baby Dean! 188,000 West Virginia homeowners of the lowest residential property tax owner of that house, if he were Now our family is complete. ' age 65 and older $47 million, Mark rates in the country, younger than 65, would have Eddie Jr. & Shelia Richmond are Muchow said. He noted the state's Property taxes are twice as high property taxes of $2,334 this year. over whelmed with joy to announce eligible senior population is expected in Ohio and Virginia, and three However, a homeowner eligible for the birth ofour son, on June 4, 2012, to grow 37 percent in the next times higher in Marylandand the homestead exemption and at 8:25 am. Harold Edward Dean decade. Pennsylvania, he said. related tax credits would have a tax Richmond was born at Raleigh Increasing the exemption -- The three states that have bill of $764 for tbatproperty. General Hospital. He weighed 6 lbs. which applies to.the first $20,000 of comparable property tax rates -- Unlike most states, West Virginia 5.6 dz. and was 19 1/2 inches long. assessed yalue i'or the residential Alabama, Arkansas and Louisiana property taxes are not in state code Dean also has t@o loving and helpful property--would require increasing -- provide for local sales taxes to but in the state constitution. That big sisters at home, Sally & Gracie other taxes to make up for the allow counties to make up the lost means voters would have to approve Richmond. revenue loss to already cash- revenue. That resultsin 10percent an amendment to the constitution Paternal grandparents are Eddie strapped counties, Muchow told a sales tax rates in places such as to increase the exemption. In the & Paula Richmond. Also great- legislative interim finance Birmingham andMontgomery, with 2012 regular legislative session grandparents are Harold "Hopi" & committee, no tax exemption for groceries, alone, 17 resolutions were Mona Richmond and Jerome & Alice Asked by House Finance Muchow said. introduced to put a homestead ' Kirk. Maternal grandparents are Chairman Harry Keith White, D- Muchow said West Virginia exemption amendment on the ballot. Carol & Henry Bishop and the late Junior Meadows. Also great- adjusts for its low real property tax If you would like to follow the grandparents are Daniel & Sara meadow rates in part by imposing daily action of the Legislature, visit Gill. Therein also uneven longerlist comparatively high personal the 80th Legislature on the web at ofaunts, uncles, cousins andfriends Bridge Area property taxrates, http://www.legis.state.wv.ua/. that share in the love of our AfactorylocatedinWestVirginia As always, I welcome and beautiful baby boy. pays an average personal property appreciate your input on this or any Shelia & Eddie would also like to 9ews tax rate of 1.404 percent -- two to other legislative issue. Please call thank everyone that has helped in three times the tax burden on me at (304) 340-3102 or write to any way throughout the pregnancy, similar facilities located in Delegate Virginia Mahan, Room the wonderful baby shower, and ByAlvie Martin neighboring states, he noted. High 206E, Building 1 State Capitol : even the hospital visits. The 25thAnnual Meadow Bridge personal property and inventory Complex, Charleston, WV 25305. Homecoming Festival is scheduled for Friday Aug. 3 and Sat. Aug. 4. C I eve rb u d Activities are being planned for people of all ages. On Friday Aug. 4, . , Recliners starting at $216 D a y a t 4- H the Festival will begin with a paraac ....... _ and the crowning ofMiss Flame. The oTa/Loveseat ets start at $574 C a m p bands "Me and Mrs Jones, The Half . '   New Complete Bedroomm Sets start,ng at $707 Bad Bluegrass rand, Jennimr ose ......... Summers County 4-H Camp will Lilly and Firing Lane" are set to Jusrarrive(1!!NewSofas, Loveseats, Recliners and Double Sided M@essesl ALCOHOLICS be holding a Clover Bud Day perform. .... ..... Warehouse Prices and Layaway Availablell euso mere win De carmval maes Used Household Furniture Anti-,, ..a. .... . ANONYMOUS Tuesday June 12, during 4-H Camp ,  ......... . Meet at Ascension Episcopal at Camp Summers in Forest Hill, for all. Contests for all ages Accept Visa & OilY ml"lAl'%lff iPII " HOURS: o e m Hula Mastercard Dill " /IRJP'IIC " 2FwLL Tue Sat 1 m m including: R p Ju ping, , .- . 0a -hp Church, Corner 5th. Ave. and WV. Clover Bud Day will be held Hoop, Pet Contest, Baking and Temple Street, Hinton, Open from l0-1and lunch will be provided Produce and Limbo Door Prizes ...... Meeting, Tuesday, 8 p.m. Open Book Children who are 5-8 years old and registration for drawings that will |  _  //I e . - _ x  _   _ _ _ | Study Thursday 8 p.m. and Open interested in 4-H are encouraged to be held throughout the Festival. | .L / /L7N ,=..C | Meeting, Saturday, 8 p.m. attend. , .............. ! Suaday Women's only meeting at . Pegistratinis$15.Thiiagreat There will also be a cash drawing :,| --- - -   ..... v- | for $600'00, $300.00 ad $200.00; I '  r  'AtlABII8 I :00 (open book study/open way for younger children to and Fireworks at the end of the | .... "- klIW* 11;llldl I Discussion. experience 4-H Camp and learn Festival. I H'951 Ph:(304) 466=8200 I Call Toll Free 1-800-333-5051. what 4-H is all about. Registration I I formsareavailableattheSummers Notice I i00.I1 ; n _ . I County Extension Office in the D/IIInoA. O PSD MEETING Memorial Building. For additional' 111 'rlfl9I[ CFMMEETING I Ubrr bll, l UbI/UI J[tUtlI, I,I;D$) I The Meadow Creek Public information, please contact the The Campbell-Flannagan- | ' . | Service District meets the second Extension Office' at 304-466-7113 or Murrell House Museum Board of | Ala l it.'l   | Tuesday ofeach month at the Green small Lesley Woodrum at Trustees meet on the third Thursday | .... ua.--v, o. | Sulphur District Volunteer Fire Lesley.WoodrumCanail.wvu.edu. of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the I Wednesdav Grouvs-- 6:30 v.m. I Department at 6 p.m. Meetings are open to the public.  Dance house museum located at 422 I .... .| _ _ _ Summers St., Hinton. Allmeetings | n,n ]o  m :.Ei   I are open to the public and all CFM I .9,li IV,tt II::llll -- ,qtYqU; IJ,lll, I Company "a members(cardholders)areurgedtoattend. | "There's NO Place Like The Mini$trv Place" I II HAE R I ROGERS OIL CO ,INC Students Pre-K through grade 5 " " at Hinton Area Elementary enjoyed a spectacular performance of the PROPANEPRE BUY arts from the West Virginia Dance Company on April 24, A troupe of 6 dancers presented an hour long program entitled  Exp;oring Global Treasurers'. Through costume, oral |||| PS|C| history, social studies information LOWHEATING Oil SUMMER and dance students observed penguins from Antarctica, traveled toAsia, and spotted alion, leopard, Going on now through July 13, 2012 and cheetah from Africa. The dancers performed a tap and jazz routine from North America, created the Amazon Rainfrest in South" COMPLETE HOME CLIMATE America, depicted how the islands were formed in Oceania/Australia, MAINTENANCE & SERVICE ,and presented a piece of Anne Frank's life in Europe during WWII. This performance was funded by Save even more this season with a . a grant and Hinton Area FURNACE AND HEAT PUMP Elementary. BINGO Bingo every Friday night at the TUNE UP Hinton Senior Citizens Building on SecondAve. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. SAVE MONEY BY HAVING YOUR SYSTEM RUNNING AT PF_AK EFFICIENCY ' starts at 6:00 p.m. COMMUNITY SUPPORT FREE TANK SET FOR CURRENT PROPANE USERS The Hinton Lions Club is asking for the Communities support in NO LOSS LEADER INITIAL FILL PRICE GIMMICKS * do this were Susie Gore, Sharon helping to provide those who need, Tickle, and Jeannie Browning. A eye examinations or eye glasses. * NO DELIVERY OR HAZ-MAT FEES special thankyou goes out to these The Hinton Lions have been * IFYOU USE OVER 300 GALLONS A YEAR YOU PAy ONLY FOR THE PROPANE ladies. Several mothers commented providing assistance for over 18 they had not had a haircut in one years and are asking community ~ AT A PRICE WE STRIVE TO KEEP THE LOWEST IN OUR DELIVERY AREA" year. organizations and businesses as well as citizens for monetary donations LICENSED HEATING N ot i ce to continue providing help to those AND AIR CONDITIONING in need in9ur community. As news SERVICE DEPARTMENT spreads of the help being provided, requests are now outnumbering the RI N NAI AUTHO RIZED S ERVICE PROVI DER Lions Club's ability to help. Once a request is received, the individual's application is screened R.T. ROGERS OIL CO.,INC to insure that other avenues of assistance are pursued before the LOALL Y OWNED HOME HA T FUEL SUPPLIER FOR OVER 40 YEA Lions Club provides help. Donations can be mailed to: Lions OUR BUSINESS IS YOUR COMFORT Club, Sight Assistance Program, P.O. Box 1321, Hinton, WV 25951. HINTON ALDERSON BECKLEY Checks should be made out to: 304-466-1733 304-445-7592" 304-253-8301 Hinton Liens Club.