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::7 MYRL ALLEN Myrl Allen, 78, of Forest Hill, died 9:29 a.m., Pri., Dec. 2, 1994, in a Princeton hospital following a long illness. Born Nov. 19, 1916, at Buck, he was the son of the late Wilda Allen. Mr. Allen was a retired farmer, coal miner and construction worker, was a member of the Forest Hill Methodist Church and had lived most of his life in Summers County. Survivors include his wife, Louise Lilly Allen; two sons, Richard Allen of Petersburg and Myrl Allen Jr. of Lebanon, Va.; a daughter, Linda Foster of Forest Hill; 10 grandchil. dren, and four great-grandchildren. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sun. Dec. 4 at Forest Hill Methodist Church with Revs. Frank Mick, Carl Edwards and Charles Dameron offi- dating. Burial followedin the church cemetery. Nephews served as pallbearers. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton. WILLIAM ELLISON William Ellison, of Homestead, Fla., formerly of Hinton, died 3:30 p.m. Thurs. Dec. 1, 1994, in Home- stead, following a long illness. Born Nov. 21, 1916 at Hinton, he was the son of the late William Elli- son Jr. and Ethel Grimmett Ellison. Mr. Ellison was a retired security guard, a member of the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II and a member of the Model]o Baptist Church of Homestead. Survivors include his wife, Doris Ellison; three sons, Darrell Ellison of Woodbine, Ga., David Ellison of Phoenix, Ariz. and John Ellison of Newport, R.I.; two brothers, Her- bert O. Ellison of Hinton and Fred Ellison of Becldey; three sisters, Mrs. Lora Maya of Beaver, Mrs. Daisy Wheeler of Charleston and Mrs. Gussie Harris of Houston, Tex. and two grandchildren. Services willbe at 11 a.m. Wed. at Pivont Funeral Home with Rev. Herbert S. Ellison officiating. Burial will followin Greenbrier Burial Park, Hinton. Friends may cell from 9a.m. until the time of services Wed. at the funeral home. Pallbearers will be the Men's Bible Class. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral OBITUARIES Rev. Dan Ferguson officiating. Bur- and Rebecca Simmons and her hus- the housekeeping dept. of Pipestem ial followed in Crews Cemetery, bandJefferyofCrag;fourbrothere, StateParkandwasamemberofthe Nimitz. Harry and Curtis Tincher, both of Flints Chapel Baptist Church, Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Crag; Travis and Leonard 'Pincher, Creamery. Home, Hinton. both of Rainelle; two sisters, Eva She was preceded in death by a Samples of Rainelle and Faye brother, Edgar Huffman and an MARY L. LIVELY Osborne of Crag; nine grandchildren, infant granddaughter, Kelsey Sizem- Mary Louise Lively, 85, of 623 and two great-grandchildren, ore. Ballengee St`, died Sat., Dec. 3,1994, Serviceswereheldat2p.m.Thurs. Survivors include her husband, in a Princeton hospital following a Dec. 1, at Smathers Funeral Home Donald Woodrum; two sons, Jim short illness. Chapel, Rainelle with Pastors Joe Woodrum of Winston-Salem, N.C., Born Aug. 18,1909 at Greenville, Collins and Lyle Zickafooee officiat- and Marcus Woodrum of Virginia she was the daughter of the late ing. Burial followed in Wallace Beach, Va.; two daughters, Rebecca Thompson B. Miller and Virginia Memorial Cemetery, Clintonville. Scott of Covington, Va., and Cathy Campbell Miller. Arrangements by Smathers Fu- Sizemore of Virginia Beach, Va.; a Mrs.Livelywasaretiredemployee neral Home, RaineUe. brother, James Huffman of Cream- of the C & P Telephone Co. with 33 ery; and one grandson, Joshua years of service, a member of the CHARLES L. WESTFALL Burns. Central Baptist Church of Hinton, Charles L. Westfall, 67, of 1308" Services were held at 2 p.m. Thurs. member ofthe Order ofthe Eastern Summers St., died Men., Nov. 28, Dec. 1, at Flints Chapel Baptist Star and a member of the Loyal 1994, in a Hinton hosptial following Church, Creamery with Revs. Ker- Philathea Class of Church. a long illness, mit Newberry and Kenneth Martin She was preceded in death by her Born May 16, 1927, in Raleigh officiating. Burial followed in the husband, Avery Melvin Lively on County, he was the son ofJulia Bragg Camp Ground Cemetery, creamery. Jan. 1,1986;two sisters, Clara Doyle Westfall of Longbottom and the late Pallbearers were H. C. Ryan, and Lillian Saunders and twobroth- Wesley v'end3P Wesffall. Carlos, Ralph, Bryan and Rormie ers, Harold Miller and George Bud" Mr.Westfallhadlivedmostofhis Huffman, Rick Bowles and Robert Miller. life in Summers County, was a re- Vaughn. Survivors include a daughter, tiredconductorforCSXCorporation Arrv.ngementsbyPivontFuneral Mrs. Norval (Jenny Lu) Dunbar of with 43 years of service, was a Home, Hinton. Hinton; two grandsons, William member of the Brotherhood of Rail- Mark Hughes of Pipestem and An- way Trainmen, a World War II U.S. Hinton Ruritan - thony Keith Hughes of Abington, Navy and Army veteran and was a Va.;aniece, RebaLongofGreenville member of the Brooks Baptist Summers County and a great-grandson, Brian Lee Church. Toy Fund Hughes. He was preceded in death by an Services will be 1 p.m. Tues. at infant sister, Peggy Westfall. Pivont Funeral Home with Rev. Other survivors include his wife, The 1994 Toy Fund is underway Robert Moore officiating. Burial will Ethel Margaret Ward Westfall; two in Summers County. The fund is in follow in Orchard Cemetery, Bal- sons, Wesley L. "Chuck" Westfall of need of monetary donations and lard. Hinton and Major David L.Westfall, family sponsors. Persons or groups Pallbearers were Mickey Doyle, U.S. Army Retired of Kileen, Tx.; thatbecomesponsorswillberespon- Stephen Long, Nathan Francis, four brothers, Buster Westfall of sible for buying gifts for the children 'T)ickie" Dixon, Ronald Dunbar, Longbottom, Billy Joe Westfall of they are sponsoring. The children Donald Dunbar, David Milburn, Tuscon, Ariz., Jack Westfall of Ch- range from newborn to 12 years. Jerry Meadows. ester, Va., and Jimmy Westfall of The public can also help the Ruri- Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Austin, Tx.; five grandchildren, and tansbychoosingan"angel'frmthe Home, Hinton. one great-grandchild. Christmas tree in Magic Mart. The ROY A. TINCHER Services were held at 2 p.m. Thurs. "angels" have the first name and age Roy Abraham 'Pincher, 73, of Dec. I at Ronald Meadows Funeral era special child. Abraham, died Sun., Nov. 27, 1994, Parlors Chapel with Pastor Darrell Donations can be made at the at his home following a long illness. Harem officiating. Burial followed National BankofSummers or mailed Born July 29, 1921, at Crag, he in Fox Cemetery, Brooks. to City of Hinton, P. O. Box 477, was the son of the late Malcom and Pallbearers were Jack Adkins, HJnton, WV 25951. Anyone and/or Mary Burns 'Pincher. Mason Jones, Sammy Turner, Greg gorup wishing to be a sponsor may Mr. Tincher was a World War II Lilly, Howard Cashwell, Bobby contact Howard Creed at 466-1667 U.S. Army veteran, a retired coal Cyrus and members of the Brother. or Kit Duran at 466-1017. miner and was of the Protestant hood of Railway Trainmen. FREE PROSTATE CANCER Arrangements by Ronald Mead- faith. SCREENS He was preceded in death by a ows Funeral Parlors, Hinton. Free Prostate Cancer Screens brother, Joe Tincher. available at the Summers County Survivors include his wife, Mar- EDNA MAE WOODRUM Health Dept. garet Goodwin Tincher; five daugh- Mrs. Edna Mae Woodrum, 63, of Call 466-3388 for more informa- Home, Hinton. :  tots,. Anita Gillespie and her hus- Creamery, died Men,, Nov. 28,1994, tion. ............ i ..-a j.,of. Willam.a..Va .in.aPrincetorthosptialfoiwiPa ..... ...............  " " """ LHOFFER --,-- .-y .... v, ...... "" -- "" " "" " 69 of t.Je t.;ole aria ner nusDana, "lira - _ . . ..... Mrs. Laura mauae rsoner, , +... ^e .... ;... n,o,h ;m Born Aug. 27, i, at reamery, ovo^ me-11 or. .... reed 8 a m Wed , -,,J - ..... ',,,s ........ , - . ...... ugee. ' " " " Richmond and her husband, Ron of sne was the aaugnter oz tne |ate Nov. 30,1994,maSouthCharleston Leavenworth, Tx., Lisa Workman Ernest and Mae DeHart Huffman. care center, following a long illness. Services were held at 2 p.m. Fri. Dec. 2 at Pivont Funeral Home Chapel, Hinton. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton. JERIDA I. HOYLE Jerida L. Hoyle, 28, of Woodrumtown, died Sun. Dec. 4, 1994, at her home following a long illness. Arrangements by Ronald Mead- ows Funeral Parlors, Hinton. CLARICE W. KIRBY Clarice W. Kirby, 82, of Hilldale, died Sat., Dec.3, 1994, in a Hilldale care home following a long illness. Born June 23, 1912 at Kirby Mountain, she was the daughter of the late Camburn and Chloe Fox Wilde. Mrs. Kirby was a member of the Riverview Chapel and a lifelong resident of Summers County. Survivors include her husband, Cecil E. Kirby; a sister, Cathleen Wenger of Rainelle and several nieces and nephews. Services will be 2 p.m. Wed. at Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors Chapel with Harry Pilkington offici- atiug. Burial will follow in the Fairview Baptist Church Cemetery, Forest Hill. Friends may call from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tues. at the funeral home. Friends will serve as pallbearers. Arrangements by Ronald Mead- ows Funeral Parlors, Hinton. IDA B. LILLY Ida Belle Lilly, 67, of 495 Stokes Dr., Hinton, died at 6:15 p.m. Fri., Dec. 2, 1994, at a Summers County hospital following a long illness. Born Mar. 16, 1927, at Ellison, she was the daughter of the late Pansy Lawson. Mrs. Lilly was a homemaker, a member of the First Baptist Church at Hinton, a member of the Fldelis Clm at the church and lived most of her life in Summers County. She was preceded in death by a footer aunt, Sarah E. Akers. Survivors include two sons, Jimmy Lilly of Burch River and Michasl Lilly ofEllisen; thrse daugh. ters, Sue Wills and Jan Plumely, both of Hinton and Kathy Bragg d Mabecott; two half sisters, Jane Lilly of Nimitz and Faye Maseahoe of Glen Dale, Ariz.; 13 grandchildren and one grsat-grandchild. Services were held at 2 p.m. Mon. Dec. 5 at Pivont Funeral Home with and her husband, John of Ansted Mrs. Woodrum was employed in BIG 4 DRUG DOES IT AGAIN. . . 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President, Barbara Panner an- nounced that Richard Lawrence, president of the Hinton Area Foun- dation would speak at the Oct. CIRCLE OF LIGHT Can't is a word that reflects in vivid technicolor our fear of change, our fear of losing our self-image in a specific role, our fear of economic adjustment, and our overall fear of changing our beliefs. But when we use the word Can't we have no awareness that we are closing the door of our mind and choose to stay in the darkness of ignorance. Sesstar NEED GLASSES The Hinton Lions Club is in need of used eye glasses. If you have any please drop off at Briers, Dons Sport Shop or Garry's Used Car Lot. meeting on the new challenge of Campaign 2000. Public relations announced that Oct. is BPW Week, various posters will be displayed around town in area businesses. Stacy Martin, whom BPW spon- sored to the Free Enterprise Camp in June, gave a report on the camp. Community and Global chair Kathy Palmer reminded the club of our commitment to help decorate win- dow in town for the Christmas Home Tours. Several members volunteered to help. The White Elephant sale was conducted, manyitems from fall wreathe to multi-colored golf balls were seld. The meeting ended with Emblem Benediction. PROMOTION Harold J. Wheeler of Hinton, a member of the C Battery 1/201st West Virginia Army National Guard located in Hinton, was promoted Nov. 5th. on to the rank of Private First Class by Lt. Timmy W. Vance. Pri- vate Wheeler has been a member of the WVARNG for 6 months and is currently a senior at the Summers County High Shool. Pet.Wheeler is the son ofJennings E. and Lin& F. wheeler of Elk Knob. For more information about the WestVirginiaArmy National Guard, please contact SFC. Jack Kirby at (304) 466-1286 or 466-1861. Jimmy's TV Sales & Service Steve Ross, Owner SPECIAL! SAVINGS! 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