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I ~,, CLINTON NOEL BUC~ j ,: : Clinton Noel Buckland, age 83, of ,Michigan City, IN, formerly of Hinten, died September 11, 2012 at : ~, - Sterling House in Michigan City. ~, .. , He was born December 17, 1928 ~ . to Marvin and Mahle"Mable" (Allen) ~ , Buckland in Hinton. On November , 12, 1955 he married Lois Wills in . , Hinton, she preceded him in death on June 10, 2001. ORPHA CLAIRE LILLY HASELWOOD ' : Orpha Claire Lilly Haselwood (AKA Penny) Orpha Haselwood, 94, lately of Springboro, Ohio, formerly 'of Hinton W.Va., passed away . quietly at home, in her sleep in the "early hours of May 20, 2012. She was surrounded by her loving family. Orpha was born June 17th, 1917 in Capon Bridge, W. Va. and soon after moved to Hinton where she was raised. She was the daughter of the late Clark James ,~. ' and Nell Madelyn Lilly..Orpha was the first born of 11 children. Family and friends served as pallbearers. Arrangements were by the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. cam JAMES EMANUEL "JIM" PACK SR. James Emanuel "Jim" Pack Sr., 84 of Nimitz, passed away Monday, September 10, 2012 at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Beckley following a long illness. Born August 15, 1928 at Streeter he was a son of the late Brian Pearl and Ruby Violet Cooper Pack. Jim was a U.S. Army Veteran during the Korean War. He was a member of the ITMWA, a retired coal miner and timberman who enjoyed spending time at his farm at Streeter and with friends and family. Preceded in death by his wife, Helen Lillian Yancey Pack; one son, Curtis D. Pack; one sister, Frances /:i !i In addition to her parents, she Oakes; one brother, Curtis Brian ,~ was preceded in death by her Pack. ~ ~ ".husbands Samuel Harvey and Carol Survived by four children, Jimmy :~ :C. Williams, her brothers and Pack Jr. and wife Ruth of Jumping :sisters, Cyril Lilly, Lowell Lilly, Lyell Branch, Connie Lilly and husband Lilly, MargieAnderson, Donald Lilly, Roy of Jumping Branch, Mark Pack Carol Ann Smith, Nancy Lilly, and and wife Debbie of Crow, Kent Pack Joseph Lilly, two grandchildren,and wife Erin of Holly Springs, Thomas (TJ) Dingler and Stacy North Carolina; one daughter-in- Aldridge and one great grandchild, law, Kim Pack of Streeter; nine Justine Sherwood. grandchildren, Sherry Canaday, Left to cherish her memory are Rebecca Pack, Tabitha Barnes, her daughters, Linda Harvey, Brian Pack, Alisha Ellis, Jessica Sharon Cox, her husband Don, Pack, Alec and Benjamin Pack and .Jennifer Harvey, MaryBulzomi, her Leslie Venatter; eight great ~husband Nick, Chery Aldridge, grandchildren, Autumn and Alden Margie Laswell and her husband Whittaker, Noah, Kylee andAustyn Kurt. Also surviving her are 27 Barnes, Haver, Hadley and Eli Ellis; grandchildren, more than 50 great one brother, Charles Jackson "Jack" grandchildren, 10 great, great Pack of Streeter; three brothers-in- grandchildren, two brothers, Phillip law, Leslie Oakes ofBlacksburg, VA; Lilly and Clark James Lilly, former Vernon Pack of Indianapolis, IN and husband, Bill Haselwood and Charles "Bud" Yancey of Fairdale. numerous nieces, nephews and Funeral services were held at 11 loved ones. A.M. Thursday, September 13, 2012 ARer her first husband was killed at the Ronald Meadows Funeral in an accident, she put herself Parlors Chapel with Pastor Bill Fox through college, majoring in English officiating. Burial followed in the and Social studies. She went on to Lilly-Crews Cemetery at Nimitz. get her Masters. In the late 50's she Friends called from 6-8 P.M. on moved her family from Hinton to Las Wednesday, September 12 at the Vegas, Nevada where she secured a funeral parlors. i teaching career. Orpha was a former Nephews and friends served as "'employee of the Clark County Board pallbearers. ~::~ofEddcati0n. She retired from~Jim ...... Arrangements were by the ~,~:;i: :Bridger Jr. High Sclaool after lover Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of i 30 years as a teacher and moved Hinton. .... ,back to Hinton, She dedicated her Condolences may be sent to the ~bife to teaching and inspiring family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. ) cam , : During her long life she enjoyed COMMISSION MEETING the piano and guitar; she The Summers County sing, paint and write. She Commission will meet at 9:00 a.m. a great sense of humor and in the County Commission Office at )ved to 'make the joke'. She the Courthouse on the first and third her family and was an Mondays of the month. In the event to us all. We will that a holiday falls on a Monday, the remember her love of life, her love County Commission meeting will be her love of her students, moved to the following Tuesday. ~nd the many lives she influenced. The next session of the County It was Orpha's request to be Commission will be held on' gathering of family and Monday, Ovtober I and October 15. for a time of remembrance Contact Mary Beth Merritt, County -celebration of Orpha's life was held Clerk at 466-7121 if you have On June 30th. at the Crossview questions or ifyou have items for the Christian Church in Waynesville, agenda. Ohio. A memorial service was also held in Hinton, W.VA. on Aug. 18th so her extended family could attend. Orpha's presence in our life is a gift we will always be thankful for. She will be greatly loved and missed by all those who knew her. PEGGY J. MILLER Peggy J. Miller, 74, of Zion Mt., Hinton entered into eternal rest Monday, September 10, 2012 at her "home following a long illness. Born May 2, 1938 at Hinton she was a daughter of the late Dewey W. and Pauline Bennett Miller. Peggy was a former operator for C&P Telephone Company in Hinton and Beckley retiring in 1990 from AT&T in Charleston. Following retirement she worked as an office assistant for Dr. M.I. Dababnah and enjoyed vacations at the beach and spending time with family and - friends. Preceded in death by one brother, Meadow Bridge Area News t By Alvi~ Martin The winner of the 25th Meadow Bridge Homecoming Awards were given for parade entries as follows: Howard McClanahan for his 1966 VW Bug, Paul Gwinn 1965 Chevy, Elizie Gwinn 1987 Golden Hawk, Herbert Shuck 1985 Olds 442, Herbert Shuck 1930 Ford, Moose Burdette 1971 Chevy Truck, Frank Groves 1946 Plymouth, Ethan Fox for the General Lee. Awards for Riding Horses were: 1 place Women: Whitrey Martin and Danielle Duncan 2nd place, Men: Erik Newman 1st place, 2nd place: Dewey Stickley, Children: 1st place was Kendra Stickley, 2nd was Dylan Stickley. Wendy Golten was 1st place winner for the Wagon contest 2nd place winner was Billy Meadows. Pet Show winner was Stuffy owned by Xander Blankenship. Winners of the Agricultural contest were: Variety Basket 1st. place, Roy Fox for his Zucchini Squash; 1st. place Mary Livingston for her Yellow- Squash, 1st. place Marty Walke , 2nd place Alvie Martin for Green Tomatoes, 1st. place Marty Walker, 2nd place Alive Martin, White Potatoes, Cabbage, 1st place Marty Walker, eggs, 1st. place Debbie Walkup. canned corn tomatoes, Other winners for their entries were: Debbie Walkup, canned corn tomatoes; 1st. place Gladys Gwinn pickled beets. Fire & Rescue winners were Green Sulphur, Danese, Ranielle, Quinwood and Nutall and Marlinton. Float winners were: the class of 1961, Noah Redden, Dale Miller. Off Road Vehicle winners were: Spencer Killen, David Gainer, Matthew Beres and Zachary Maul. 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 organizations and businesses as well as citizens for monetary donations to continue providing help to those in need in our community. As news spreads of the help being provided, requests are now outnumbering the Lions Club's ability to help. Once a request is received, the individual's application is, screened to insure, that other avent~es 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. BEST KEPT SECRET IN W. VA. Hilldale Community Park, Rt. 3 East of Hinton. Bldg. w/kitchen facilities, bathrooms, inside and outside. 7 picnic tables, 4 under shelter. Huge field for children to play, including ball field away from vehicle traffic. Great for reunions, birthday parties, meetings, etc. Excellent Rates. Call 466-1451, 466-3441, 466-7110 or 660-7156 for details. "The John ..... An 1812 Survey through the Lecture by Frank Sellers, New River Gorge Ranger Courtroom of the Summers County Courthouse, Hinton 7:00 PM, September 28 - INVITED .. Presented by the West Virginia Humanities Council i:" Stephen "Cookie" Miller; one sister 304-346-8500 Betty Weikle and one brother in law, Lee Bennett. i Survived by two brothers, Tommy ~.t --- ~ ~ '~ Miller and wife Betty of Zion Me., ~!"--" ~b~tl~Ut I~P val --'~,~ David "Peanut" Miller and wife - 1 i Janie of Hinton; three sisters, Sue I~~I~'~" f~ ~ ~ ~'~" ~ ~'I~'~ Ward and husband Limmie of [VV]- ~0~ "i~a ivy# Pipestem, Nancy O Neal and ~[ ~ i[~ husband Eddie of Meadow Bridge, ~ ~r~q ~'t~t' ~:'' $~qO[ ~ &~0r~ Brenda Bennett Chester and .:. JI-FI husband Rick ofLerona; one brother ~(~a 600~ ~ in law, Paul Weikle of Union ; a special friend, Ken Butler of Charleston and several nieces, ~0 ]~ri~f ~uif, ruil Sm00f is nephews, great nieces and great i nephews. * Funeral services were held at 2:00 ':' i ." P.M. Thursday, September 13, 2012 [~ usic 00ks ra at the Ronald Meadows Funeral ~ Parlors Chapel with her brother inIS.'d'~, ,~ [~[ ~ fi[i[ law, Pastor Rick Chester officiating. @1 $mmm Rd; Entombment followed in the :~ Restwo~d Memorial Gardens nearvp.~a~/'~[~i~'" q~li~t$ *04-46 -I,"/ff : Hinton. Friends called from 6-8 P.M.~'t~'!:v"' ",Ch , on Wednesday, September 12 at the I: ' "'~