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The ataanta Times--January 19, 2012--Page 5 Zealth - Your Hospital Hand hygiene, keeping them clean Keeping your hands hands with soap and clean clean is the most important running water. If a person step you can take to avoid does not have access to getting sick and spreading clean running water, which germs to others. Quite a as we all know, many parts few diseases and illness are of the world do not have, spread due to not washing then the use of soap and duce the number of who has used the toilet, tween fingers, and under germs, but sanitizers do After blowing your nose, fingernails. not eliminate all types of coughing or sneezing. Continue rubbing your germs. After touching an animal hands together for at least Washing your hands or animal waste. 20 seconds. How long is with soap and water is the After touching garbage. 20 seconds, hum the most effective way to re- This is just a very small "Happy Birthday" song duce the number of list, the main thing to re- from beginning to end germs, member is if in doubt wash twice. When should yon wash your hands. Rinse your hands under your hands? running water. Before, during, and What is the right way to Dry your hands using a after preparing food. wash your hands? clean towel or air dry them. Before eating food. Wet your hands with Remember the best way clean, running water either to combat infectious germs warm or cold and apply such as MRSA, or C-diffi- soap. cile (which causes severe Rub your hands together diarrhea) is to WASH to make a lather and scrub YOUR HANDS, it only them well, paying attention takes 20 seconds. to backs of hands and be- the water available is bet- Before and after caring ter than not doing it at all. for someone who is sick. If soap and water are not Before and after treating available then the use of al- a cut or wound. cohol based hand sanitizer After using the toilet. can be used to cleanse After changing diapers hands and can quickly re- or cleaning up after a child 00etember 20l l Edray District Kenton A. Combs, Trustee to Kenton Combs Revoca- ble Trust; Abstract of Declaration of Trust Donnie and Bernardo Schwartz to Raymond Karl Best and Carla Elise Harris; Unit 4 Wabasso Condominium Donald E. Parker, Jr. to Mike Ross, Inc.; 234.25 AC, Spruce Flats Kristian J. Jamieson to Monongahela Holding, LLC, 0.991 AC or Lot 115, West Ridge Subdivision Mary Jane Moses to Coby J. Brown, Mary Jane Moses, Life Estate, Parcel I and II, Part of 132.88 AC, and Part of 205.86 AC, Life Estate Mary Jane Moses to Donna S. Gooding, Mary Jane Moses, Life Estate, Corrective Deed, Life Estate Pocahontas Property Development, LLC to John A. and Sheila S. Murrell, Unit 5 Shays Landing Shays Landing to Shays Landing, Amendment to Dec- laration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions Michael Harry Miller to Kathryn Mary Miller Bosquet, Five feet of Lot 13 and all of Lot 14; Block 54 Richard W. Furbee to Terry L. Haggerty, Trustee, and Terry L. Haggerty Revocable Trust; Unit 3 Shays Land- ing Pocahontas Property Development, LLC to Arden J. Curry II and Kelly R. Curry, Unit 4 Shays Landing Bernice L. Smith to William G. Nester; Unit 50 Ridge- wood Robert Joe Buzzard to William Hank Buzzard; Three tracts, Kee Flats Jason M. Broce to Jason M. and Katie Lou Broce, 2 AC, Lot 2, Seneca Estates Carol M. and Charles Robert Rhodes to Jason Wayne Rhodes and Terry Tallman, Life Estate; 44 AC, Green- brier River Carol M. and Charles Robert Rhodes to Jason Wayne Rhodes, Carol M. Rhodes, Life Estate, Tracy R. White, Life Estate and Helen Weber, Life Estate; 12 AC, 5 AC, Greenbrier River, Cloverlick Charles Robert and Carol M. Rhodes to Jason Wayne Rhodes, Tracy R. White, Charles Robert Rhodes, Life Estate and Carol M. Rhodes, Life Estate; 26 AC, Green- pedition Station Citizens Bank of West Virginia to Lucas Pavlovich, Lot A or 12.05 AC, Dry Branch Black Bear Crossing, LLC to Robert D. Morris, Jr. and James P. Galleher, Unit 29 Black Bear Crossing Green Bank District Everett M. Murphy to Daniel S. and Laura P. Solliday, Tract I 3/4 AC; Tract II 92 1/4 AC, North Fork of Deer Creek Denise Elliott to Thomas A. Melko, 9.3 AC, Galfords Creek Anna Clark, Trustee and Clark and Company to An- nette Pastula, Tracts, Brushy Lick Run Linda B. Monk to John Douglas Monk and Linda B. Monk, Life Estate; Tracts, Boyer Richard C. and Kristin Baxter to Nevin and Becky Lambert; 11.4 AC, Laurel Run Thomas Edward Schwab to James Roy and Kathleen Vandevender, 20.37 AC, Mountain Lick Run Virginia and Eric R. Billiter to Jim Peterson and Karen Kelley, 21.77, Less Outconveyances, Laurel Run Huntersville District Frances C. Graham to West Virginia Department of Transportation; Tracts, Temporary Construction Ease- ment Mary Saffel Hollabaugh to Donna Lynn Posey, Todd Lee Hollabaugh and Mary Saffel Hollabaugh, Life Es- tate; 3.96 AC, Waters of Ruokman's Run Donna L. Read to Brian K. and Corinne J. Landis; 8.2 AC, or Tract 5, Donna Read Subdivision Kenton A. Combs to Kenton A. Combs, Trustee, Ken- ton Combs Revocable Trust, 50 AC, Douthards Creek James W. Bullard, Co-executor, Harry J. Campbell, Co-executor, Harry J. Hock, Estate, Cynthia A. Ludwig, Executrix, and David G. F. Sheibley, Estate to James R. and Vanessa I. Clay, 5.27 AC, Huntersville Little Levels District Betty L. Kershner to Janet Kershner Vanover and brier River Charlotte Biggs to Kimberly Dawn Clift0ni 0.45 AC, Edray Robert P. Martin to Penny P. Fioravante; Unit 5 Wabasso Condominium Paul R. and Lisa F. Boggs to John C. Dixon, Jr. and Monique C. Dixon; Unit 210-A Snowcrest Hungate Enterprises, L.P. to Billy Joe Hungate, Trustee, Vickie Lynne Hungate, Trustee and Hungate Family Trust; 2.15 AC or Tract 18, Fassifern Fields De- velopment Hungate Enterprises, L.P. to Billy Joe Hungate, Trustee, Vickie Lynn Hungate, Trustee and Hungate Family Trust; 2.51 AC or Tract 21, Fassifern Fields De- velopment Hungate Enterprises, L.P to Billy Joe Hungate, Trustee, Vickie Lynn Hungate, Trustee, and Hungate Family Trust; 2.96 AC, or Tract 5, Fassifern Fields De- velopment David E. Thompson, Substitute Trustee to Citizens Bank of West Virginia, Lot A or 12.05 AC, Dry Branch William H. Brown to Michael F. and Nancy B. Maunz, Unit 122 Expedition station Jason P. Sharp to Marlin R. and Jeanette S. Blake, 1.52 AC or Lot VI, Alderny Woods Subdivision John E. and Dorothy C. Lane to James B. Hively, II, Tract One 4.23 AC, Tract Two 7.4 AC, Spruce Flats Nevada Venhorst to Kevin L. Venhorst, Unit 309 Ex- UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP COMMUNITY CARE of Marllnton COMMUNITY CARE of Gewon Bank In your community to give you the first rate care that you deserve. Call today for an COMMUNITY appointment. Marlinton 304-799..4404 W Green Sank 304-456-5115 / Re-opening January 16 a00'tly He al th C00re SARITA BENNETT00 D.O. Board Certified Family Physician and staff, LORA MALCOMB AND STACY MCCARTY We look forward to serving you! Open Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. at our former location, Rt. 219 Beard Heights Call for an appointment 304-799-0011 HERITAGE FEATHERLITE Harts Run - White Sulphur Springs 800-518-7743 304-536-2000 ..... . ..... : Betty L. Kershner, Life Estate Tracts Betty L. Kershner to Janet Kershner Vanover, 1/2 Int, in 1/2 AC Cassandra M. Given to George L. Stanley, Trustee, and George and Mary Stanley Planning Trust, Lot 11, Block 8, Watoga Cyla Allison to Cyla Allison and Danielle Marie Alli- son Reed, 12.34 AC, Little Levels David M. Cain to Theda Baxter, 0.58 AC, Little Lev- els Marlinton District Larry K. and Christopher Earl Woods to Barbara A. Woods, Lots, Hamilton Field Subdivision formerly Hillsboro Auto are AUTO SERVICE CUSTOM EXHAUST AUTO REPAIRS TIRES OILCHANGE = BRAKES AUTHORIZED AMSOIL DEALER Open Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m. Saturday by appoinent 304-653-4562 tlurry! Offer ends Narch 30, 2012! $4,000 REBATE on all new 2012 Featherlite trailers with living quarters 6' and longer by Sierra (must have restroom) at time of sale. $7 50 REBATE on new 20-I 2 Featherlite enclosed gooseneck car trailers or horse trailers, flat bed models and gooseneck livestock trailers. $600 REBATE on new 2012 Featherlite bumper pull horse trailers $250 TO $400 REBATE on other new 2012 Feathertite trailers. Rebates also available for select gOf I and older trailers, too! STOP IN TODAY! Some exclusions apply See dealer for complete details. Low Income Energy Assistance Program applications available North Central West Virginia Community Action will assist with the completion of Low Income Energy As- sistance Program (LIEAP) applications beginning Tues- day, January 17, through Friday, January 27. Eligibility for LIEAP benefits is based on income, household size and whether or not the household is re- sponsible for paying its heating bill. Guidelines are as follows are based on monthly gross income: one person $1,180; two people $1,594; three people $2,008; four people $2,422; and each additional household member add $414. A copy of a current heating bill and proof of all house- hold income is needed in order to complete the applica- tion. Applications will be available at the North Central Of- fice located at 806 Ninth Avenue in Marlinton Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. ! i! !!0000iiii iii!i ii ji00i!i /i ii ;! iii!ii i!i i!i!!iiiiill iiiil iil iiiilil Blix McNeill, of Buckeye, and the late Marvel Mc- Neill. Paternal great-grand- parents are Annabelle McNeill, of Buckeye and Pocahontas Center, and the late James McNeill. CHASE TUCKER MCNEILL Jamie C. McNeill and :Heather Renee Rhea, of Buckeye, are proud to an- nounce the birth of their son, Chase Tucker Mc- Neill. Born December 9, 2011, he weighed seven pounds, 12 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Delayne and Teresa R. Rhea, of Marlinton. Mater- nal great-grandparents are the late Forrest and Regina Rhea. Paternal grandparents are THERAPIST FOR POCAHONTAS COUNTY FULL OR PART-TIME POSITIONS. Youth Health Service, Inc. is a growing behavioral health center that provides outpatient behavioral health service to children and families in Pocahontas County. This position re,quires a Master's m coun- seling, psychology or social work; license preferred. Competitive salary, offered. Fulhtime position includes comprehensive benefit package. EOE. Please submit resumd to: Youth Health Service, Inc. 971 Harrison Ave., Elkins, WV 26241 j" t-% )UrH [IEAILTlil Rlrl[, 11141. "SECURED CREDITORS" AUCTI wooo.,..,O. N WOODWORKING EQUIR. JD TRACTOR OFFICE EQUIP. . INVENTORY & MORE PENDLETON BUSINESS CENTER THORN CREEK RD., FRANKLIN, WV 10 A.M. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2012 Due to a default in a certain security agreement the Secured Creditor will Sell: Onsrud Inverted Router Model 3025; (2) Delta 14" Band Saws Model 28-275; Grizzly G0985 Oscillating Edge Sander; Alfa Machine %350 Mitre Saw; Mitre Mite VN4 Saw Control; Ritter R-23 Vertical Boring Machine; Detel M-29 Horizontal Boring Machine; Delta 70-200 Drill Press; Delta 11-990 Drill Press; 5 HP Bridgewood 16TAS-S Cabinet Saw W/Steff 2044 Power Feeder; Eco # UFO-IO2B Dust Collector; (2) CasoLine F90 Shaper W/Steff 2044 Power Feeder; (2) SECO 36" Wide Belt Sander; Delta/Onsrud Inverted Router; Delta 36-600 Contractors Table Saw; Bridgewood I0" Cabinet Saw W/Slid- ing Table & Vega Fence; Eastey ET1608 Shrink Wrap; Roor Fans; In- dustrial Shelving; (2) DTI Model 5000 Auto Feed Screwdrivers; Packing Table Inc. Semi Automatic Strapping Machine #EXS-301; As- sorted Air Nailers & Staplers; (2) SECO SK-I 8PCS Jump Saw; Rapistan Power Conveyor Model 06512-0024; 20" Bridgewood I0 H.R # CM- 609 Planer; American Rip Saw W/Power Feeder; Tung Dollies; 8" CT200 Jointer; AM Pack Packaging Machine #MAX 1616; 14" Delta #28-203 Band Saw; Toyota #5FGC25 Fork Lift Wl 2,720 Hrs. Propane; 18" Wells Cargo Box Trailer; John Deere 4100 Diesel Tractor W1410 Loader 618 Hrs; Small Trailer; Bush Hog 6' Scraper Blade; Parking Lot Striper; Inventory of Craft Items Including Blanket Chest, Benches, Book Shelves, Lockers, Side Tables. Plant Stands, Rower Boxes, Etc.; Pallet Jacks; Orion Packaging Station; Label Printers; Computers; Digital Scale; Lot Cardboard Boxes; Lot Wood Pcs & Parts; Lot White Pine Lumber; Vise; Assorted Hand Tools; Desk, Bolt Bin; Craftsman Contractors Scroll Saw; Adjustable Conveyor; Large Inventory of Unassembled Items; Jigs for Craft Items; Copy Machine; Modular Desk; Office Chairs; Cash Register; Credit Card Machine; File Cabinets AND OTHER UNLISTED ITEMS.. TERMSCASH OR CHECK W/BANK LEFEER OF CREDIT. VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR PICTURES AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Auction NoteTools & Equipment sold first, then Craft Items and Lumber. Excellent opportunity to buy craft items for yard sales and craft shows, don't miss this opportunity. G. R. "DICK HEATWOLE, C.A.I. WV 134 G. R. "RICK" HEATWOLE