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i ROY L. BOONE Roy Lee Boone, 88, of Hilldale went home to be with the Lord Monday, September 4, 2017 at Harper Mills Care Home following a long illness. Born June 24, 1929 at Ronceverte he was a son of the late Charles Lewis Boone and Elizabeth Jackson Boone Morgan. Roy was a veteran of the United States Army 298th ED Co. proudly serving his country during the Korean Conflict and Chief. Custodian of the Christiana School District in New Castle, DE. He was a member of the Mt. Pisgah United Methodist Church at Hilldale and a meritorious donor to the American Red Cross. Roy enjoyed traveling, watching football (especially WV Mountaineers), gardening and the outdoors. Roy was preceded in death by his wife, Madeline Andrews Boone; one son, Gary Dean Boone and twelve siblings, Edward A. "Tarney" Boone, Herman Morgan, Thelma Howard, Rev. Ed Morgan, Charlotte Reed, Annabelle Johnson, Wallace Morgan, Ralph Boone, Alfred Boone, Iva Hall, MaryAlice Boone and Rev. Sterling Morgan. Those left to cherish his memory include one daughter, Jeannie Thompson of Hilldale; one son, Michael Boone and wife Sharon of Prince George, VA; eight grandchildren; four great Those left to cherish her memory include her children, Ralph Cochran and wife Pattf of Princeton, Greg Cochran al~ wife Stephanie of Clarksburg, Lisa Marshall of Toledo, OH and Kevin Cochran and wife Rebecca of Princeton; adopted daughter, MicheUeArtripe of Toledo, OH; numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, great great grandchildren and a host of family whom she loved dearly; one sister, Nancy Keatley and husband Hank of Big Creek and one brother, Jerry Hall and wife Donna of Genoa, OH. Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, September 9, 2017 at New Hope Church of Nazarene with Pastor Eddie Crews officiating. Burial followed in the Valley View Cemetery at Powley's Creek. Friends called from 4:00 - 7:00 P.M. Friday, September 8 at the church. Grandchildren served as pallbearers. In lieu of flowers donations of sympathy may be made to New Hope Church of Nazarene. The family requests that no roses be sent to the service. Arrangements were by the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton Condolences may be sent to the family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. corn HUGH F. TOOTHMAN Hugh F. Woothman, 92, of Hilldale grandchildren; one brother, VictorG. went home to be with the Lord Morgan and wife Martha of Hinton; Friday, September 8, 2017 at the one sister, Barbara Morgan Scott Peyton Hospice House following a and husband Bob of Wilmington, short illness. Graveside servmes anu tmnai will be 11:00 a,m. Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at the Restwood Memorial Gardens near Hinton. Friends are asked to meet at the cemetery at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday. At Hugh's request there will be no visitation. In lieu of flowers donations of sympathy are asked to be made to the Peyton Hospice House at 1265 Maplewood Ave. Lewisburg, WV 24901. Arrangements are by the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. corn GEORGE M. VANSANT George Marshall VanSant, 90, ot Tuscumbia, died September 2, 2017. His memorial service was held at Trinity Episcopal Church, Florence on Wednesday, September 6. Visitation was from 11:30 - 1 in the Parrish Hall with the service at 1. Mr. VanSant was born in Hinten, W. VA. His parents were Dr. and Mrs. William Lawrence VanSant, Sr. His wife, Betty Hurston VanSant and his brother, William Lawrence VanSant, Jr. preceded him in death. He is survived by his sister, Carolyn Hewlett VanSant, Chapel Hill, NC and his daughters, Evelyn VanSant Mauldin (Fennel), Leighton, Martha VanSant Zuelke, Tuscumbia and Mary Marshall VanSant, Tuscumbia; and two granddaughters, Elizabeth Lloyd Zuelke, Memphis, TN and Mary Hurston Zuelke, Spartanburg, SC. George attended Marshall University in West Virginia and Georgia Technical Institute where he was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He served in the Army during WWII. After graduation from Georgia Tech, he traveled with the Army Chemical Corps which included the Muscle Shoals area. Because of the outdoor opportunities available in the Shoals, he chose this area to live. He was an avid bird hunter and fisherman, an enthusiastic member of many tennis groups, an outspoken member of several golf foursomes and a masterful croquet player. He was an active member of Trinity Episcopal Church for over 60 Practical joker. He leaves behind three confident daughters and two granddaughters who he taught to take what they do seriously but never to take themselves too seriously. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made tothe St. Francis Fund, Trinity Episcopal Church, Florence, AL or your favorite charity. Morrison Funeral Home, Tuscumbia assisted the family with arrangements. Bridge Area News By Alvie Martin The Meadow Bridge High School football field will once again become the gathering grounds for the community. Fans will be decked out in Wildcats sweatshirts and T-shirts. When this 2017 group of wildcats hit the field they will do so with the assurance, for the first time in quite some time, that their school will not be closed for consolidation. A large group of us gathered in the parkingi lot gave thanks to God. NOTICE Make A Difference Donate Volunteer Foster Adopt Janet L. Richmond, BSW LSW Regional Director Children's Hom~ Society of WV. Phone 304-647-3430. Fax- 304 647-3589. PUBLIC NOTICE The Summers County Dilapidated Structure Committee will meet quarterly the third Thursday at I p.m. in the Summers County Memorial Building. The 2107 Meeting Dates are as f September 21, 2017 December TBA Regular Meeting Agenda Welcome and Determination of Quorum Old Business Review and Approval of Minutes New Business Other Business Adjourn For more information contact Stacy Ford, 304-466-7113 or email sford2@wvstate.edu ADDICTION SCREENINGS DE; two sisters-in-law, Sue Morgan Born December 3, 1924 at Marion of Lewisburg and Theresa Boone of Co he was a son of the late Arastus years as well as a member of the Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Georgetown, DE; numerous nieces,~ Theodore and Della Ann Grubb Tuscumbia Civitan Club. He was n~s::and a host of family,~ Toothma~r; :~ ~' ~, : also a farm#t, an oildi~riand Call today fo~ free screenings or care~)e~s, Lisa Toinlin and SuSie~ HughwaaaU.S,Arm~WoddWar founding partner+An VanSant ~reWferrals.:l::~00-431-1754::~ II Veteran having served during D- Meadows; special buddy, Al Thomas of Alderson and adopted daughters, Day, a pump operator for Penozoil Carol Johnson and Pam Tonhey. Oil Co a former road crew foreman Funeral services were held at for San Bernardino Co. Dept. of 1:00 P.M. Saturday, September 9, Transportation, a member of the San 2017 at Mt. Pisgah United BernardinoCo. Mounted Deputies, Methodist Church with Rev. Gary auto mechanic, farmer and former Baker and Rev. Betty Shields truck driver f r Burns Trucking" He off~ciating. Burial followed in the enjoyed hunting, fishing, traveling, Richmond Cemetery at Sandstone. and exploring his interests in history Friends called from 11:00A.M. until while visiting many historical sites. time of services Saturday, Hugh was the last surviving September 8 at the church, member of his immediate family. Preceding him in death include Vic Morgan Jr Scott Morgan, his son, Jerry Toothman; two infant Tim Morgan, Dana Harris, Homer brothers; three sisters, Ivy, Mavis Jarrell and Eric Adkins served as and Mildred; five brothers, Harold, pallbearers. In lieu of flowers donations of Melvin, Carris, Raymond, and Okey Blake. sympathy may be made to Mt. Those let~ to cherish his memory Pisgah United Methodist Church. include a dear friend, Alice Lane; one Arrangements were by the daughtor, KathyMorsettofDouglas, Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of WY; Grandchildren, Adam and Ray Hinton. Toothman of Nampa ID, Joseff, Condolences may be sent to the Matthew and Garrett Hutchison all family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp, of Casper, WYi Great Grandchildren, corn Amber, Zach, Steven, Kassie, Kevin and William.; special niece, Belva Sue Hollar; special nephews, Okey Eugene Toothman and wife Carol Ann and Bernard Wayne Toothman and Wife Peggy. Numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins also survive. JANET A. COCHRAN Janet Ann Cochran, 74, of Princeton went home to be with the Lord Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at her home surrounded by her loving family following a short battle with leukemia. Born July 12, 1943 at Big Creek she was a daughter of the late James Ballard and Dorothy Jean Cales Hall. Janet was a member of New Hope Church of the Nazarene. She was a homemaker and a childcare provider. She enjoyed church activities, choir, music and spending time with her family, friends and her beloved dog, Champ. Janet was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph Chester Cochran and one granddaughter, Melissa Basham. Insurance Agency, a problem solver, deep thinker and an accomplished Hinton Ruritan Club Charter Members Phyllis Creed (left) and Margaret Temple (right) with Nell Jeffrles, Assigned District Representative for Lower WV (center) during the Hinton Ruritan Clubs 25th Year Anniversary. August 24, 2017. Applications for the Civil Service Examination for the position of Summers County Deputy Sheriff will be available beginning Sept. 4, 2017. Application packages shall be received from and returned to Mary Beth Merritt, Clerk of Summers County Commission, Office of the County Clerk, Summers County Courthouse, Hinton, WV 25951. All persons interested in this position must make application by Friday, Sept. 15, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. Physical Agility test will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 at the Summers County High School track by the Summers County Sheriff's Department. Persons successfully completing the Physical Agility Test will be notified of the time, date and location of the Civil Service Examination. All applicants certified or non-certified must take the Physical Agility Test. If hired applicant must move within twenty miles of the county or relocate to the county. This position is hiring for the COPS Grant position. The Summers County Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Discrimination is prohibited due to race, color, religion, sex, orientation or national origin. Applications for Deputy Sheriff must be 18 years old and not more that 45 years old on date of application. Tues. Sept. 12, 2017 Hinton News - 3 er arl ners I Wl i In Will Flu Fi, Meal Shot Flu Krogeffs pharmacies are every patient 65 years and older. partnering with FeedingAmerica to Fluzone HD has better protection help feed the hungry this flu season, against influenza for patients 65 and Kroger is donating one meal older since it contains four times through the Feeding America more antigen than the regular flu network of food banks for every flu vaccine, said Chris Koon, Pharmacy shot administered at a Krogermanager for the Mid-Atlantic pharmacy. Region. Kroger operates 119 pharmacies The shots are administered by in the Mid-Atlantic Region ofcertified pharmacists. No Virginia, West Virginia, North appointments are necessary at Carolina, northeast Tennessee, Kroger Pharmacies. All pharmacies southern Ohio and the Ashland KY are open every day, but the hours area. vary. Visit Kroger.com to learn the The Centers for Disease Control hours of pharmacies. and Prevention recommends an Kroger pharmacies also provide annual flu shot for all people age 6 on-site flu clinics for workplaces and months and older. Many insurance businesses. For information about plans cover the cost, and Kroger the Kroger workplace Flu program, accepts Medicare. visit www.kroger.com/workplaceflu. Kroger also offers Fluzone HD for BOOK FOR SALE A book the founding and history BINGO of Marthas Chapel Church is now Bingo every Friday night at the available for sale. Hinton Senior Citizens Building on For information call Dean ~ SecondAve. Doorsopen at 4:00 p.m. Bennett: 304-466-1402. starts at 6:00 p.m. The Dental Office of James C. Miller, DDS, located at 180 Main Street, Hinton WV is closing on October 2, 2017 due to retirement. We thank you for your patronage and it has been a pleasure to serve your dental needs. At your request, copies of your dental records can be made available by contacting this office at 304-466-3434 before October 30, 2017. Beginning in October, the front office will be open Monday, Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to obtain your records. Also, references can be made available to other dentist if needed. Again, it has been an honor and privilege to serve the people of this community. I I~ I I i I'1 II II Ii I[i IiiII I liif II 11 Thei lders0n area Auofion Evenf 2017 LIVING ESTATE AUCTION We are pleased to offer at Public Auction of Mrs. Oma Lyalrs Living Estate 10 Lyall Drive, Alderson, WV 24910 (Pence Springs) REAL ESTATE: 10 Lyall Hill Dr. real estate consists of ap- prox. 4 acres +/- and fea- tures a nice brick ranch style house, i outbuildings including a large work- shop, and two single wide mobile home rentals.TREMENDOUS INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! GOT RIVER? Also, being auclJoned for the Lyall Family is a really nice lot on the Greenbrier River at nearby Riverside Rest. This lot has excellent river frontage at a nice pool in the river. Vacant lot in- cludes drilled well, septic system and electric serv- ice already set up. This property will be auctioned from the Lyall Hill onsite, at 11:02 am Sat. Selq,t. 23rd, 2017 Signs are posted, feel free to drive out and see this nice lot. Real estate auction ~ Sat. Sept. 16 from 5-6PM. INSPECTION 2 HOURS PRIOR TO THE EVENT l l;Note the re~lestcrteselts asthe 1st : !+i+l Personal Property Iltern.don,tbelatel Visitourwebstt e l highlights: Bring a i :mbre(n : wes #heea + y i : i friend we are likely b e;ati 'Lya, ' I going to run 2 rings! i H lace Lots of great antiques i ,only 0.ne-mlle NEffom: :!i and collecfibles, I mous flea rket// ? ':: I dolls, Elvis collectibles, Pleasenote Greenbrierglassware, lots of tools, household fur- i Blake; niture for every room, jewelry, and every- thing else from A - Z! - PLUS SO MUCH MORE! This will be a huge all day : auction event! Terms: A 10% buyer's premium is In effect. Cash. approved chocks, and Mastercord. All ffems sold AS IS. Real Estate terms: A 10% Buyer's Pre- mium is in effect. Complete terms will be posted online at www.weselffhee- arth.com (304)-645-7674 1029 Washington Street East Lewisburg, WV 24901 CALL OR TEXT RANDY S. "Rlverbend" BURDETTE CAI 927 Lead Auctioneer~Realtor Ceil: Call or Text 304-667-2897 * email: randy@foxfirenation.com Richard Grid, Broker/Auctioneer/Forester www.foxfir~na~lon.com f d V