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Page 6--Ebe potabontat T|mcS--November 27, 2003 IIIII II Cgngagement Barker ~ Hemphiil David Barker, of Parsippa- ny, New Jersey, has announced the engagement of his daughter, Celeste Catherine Barker, of Stafford, Virginia, to James Andrew Hemphill, also of Staf- ford. Miss Barker is also the daughter of the late Catherine Gibson Speller. James is the son of Nancy McLaughlin, of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, and Fred J. Hemphill, of Alexandria, Virginia. Miss Barker is the granddaughter of Alice Gibson, of McLean, Virginia, formerly of Frost, and the late Richard Gibson, and of Betty Barker Ruiz, of Ozark, Alabama, and the late Dr. Fred Barker. The future bride is a gradu- ate of Falls Church High School and is currently employed by Bloomingdales in Tyson's Comer, Virginia. Her fianc4 is a graduate of TC Wil- liams High School, served in the United States Army, and is employed by Water Manage- ment, Inc., in Alexandria, Virgi- nia. A May wedding will be held at the Lewinsville Presbyterian Church in McLean, Virginia. U Senior .f2 eWs Senior Activities December 1-5 Monday, 1: Hillsboro Christ- mas ornaments; Green Bank Christmas decorating; Marlinton Chair Exercise. Tuesday,, 2: Hillsboro decorating tree and room; Green Bank Christmas decorating; Marlinton decorating tree; Upper Pocahon- tas to Elkins. Wednesday, 3: Green Bank Christmas decorating; Marlinton to paint trees and snowmen; Lower Pocahontas to Marlinton. Muzzleloader Deer Season Opens December 15 West Virginia's six-day muz- zleloading deer season begins December 15 and continues through December 20, in all counties open to firearm hunt- ing for deer, according to Paul Johansen, Assistant chief of Game Management of the Divi- sion of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Section "We anticipate this year's muzzleloader harvest to be simi- lar to the 2002 harvest," said Johansen. "Spotty mast condi- tions throughout the state have concentrated deer populations as they search for food." The 2002 muzzleloader harvest in the Mountain State was 17,458 deer, which represents a 23 per- cent increase over the 2001 har- vest of 14,189 deer. Deer of either sex may be taken in counties or portions of counties open to antlerless (Class N) deer hunting. Hunters are reminded that only antlered deer may be taken in those go, Marlinton Satellite, Pat to do Blood Pressure check. Friday, 5: Marlinton site to have Craft & Bake Sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Central Poca- hontas shopping. "MARK OF "'HE BEAST" Those that receive it, will receive the wrath of God. Finc out who the BEAST is, and how to avoid his MARK. Nc obligation No one will call. Write for free book to - THE BIBLE SAYS EO. BOX 771 ATHENS Tiq 37371 Phone Toll Free 1-877-775-3808 VanReenen Funeral lIome _,.,,.z..l. Ivan V Owna amw Sml W Hai, latla WV 24 Office--799.4555 tlome-.79S4074 301 Wilson Lane Elkins, WV 26241 800-636-9275 www.colonialplac ewv.com Qualifg onior earo altornafivo fo nur:ing homeg. Upcoming counties or portion of counties that are closed to antlerless deer hunting. A second deer of either sex may be taken using an un- filled Class RG or Class RRG additional deer license or by res- ident landowner hunting on his/her own property in speci- fied counties. In counties, or parts thereof, and state Wildlife Management Areas, where a limited number of antlerless permits were issued, a hunter may only take one deer of either sex during the muzzleloader sea- son. Only single shot muzzleload- ers, including "in-lines," at least .38 caliber or larger may be used. Muzzleloaders with open or telescopic sights are legal to use during the muzzleloader sea- son. Firearms that have been converted into a muzzleloader by the use of a plug, or double-bar- reled or swivel-barreled muzzle- loaders may not be used during the muzzleloader season. When being transported in or on a ve- hicle, muzzleloaders are consid- @bituarp Edna Madeline Gaydosh Edna Madeline Gaydosh, age 73, of Warren, Ohio, died Sun- day, November 16, 2003, at the Community Skilled Nursing Center following a lengthy ill- ness. Mrs. Gaydosh was born June 14, 1930, in Marlinton, the daughter of Carrie E. Ban- croft Darnell, of Marlinton, and the late George W. Darnell. She lived in Warren most of her life and wag formerly employed by Packard Electric and Mullin Manufacturing, then became a homemaker. She attended Saints Peter and Paul Church. Her husband, Paul Gaydosh, preceded her in death on April 28, 1968, and also a sister, Lil- lian Buzzard, and two brothers, Lonnie and George Darnell, Jr. She is survived by her mother, Carrie Damell, of Mar- linton; a daughter, Brenda Davis, of Newport News, Virgi- nia; five sons, Kenneth Damell, of Leavittsburg, Ohio, Sam Dever, of Melbourne, Florida, Paul E. Gaydosh, of Southing- ered unloaded when uncapped or when a priming charge is re- moved from the pan. A bow may not be substituted for a muzzleloader during the muzzle- loader season. Concurrent archery and small game hunting is legal during the muzzleloader season subject to all archery and small game hunting regulations, except that all hunters must wear at least 400 square inches of blaze orange as an outer garment. Sunday hunting is legal on pri- vate land with written permis- sion in counties where Sunday hunting has not been prohibited by local election. Please check with your county DNR officer or Wildlife Resources Section District Offices to see if Sunday hunting is legal in your county. Hunters should consult the 2003 West Virginia Hunting and available at all license agents and Wildlife Resources Section District Offices and the DNR Web site at www.wvdnr.gov for additional information Needy Children's Christmas Fund ton, Ohio, Gary M. Gaydosh, of Warren, Ohio, and Robert R. Gaydosli, of Pennsylvania; a sister, Linda Sue Doss, of Mar- linton; three brothers, Gene Dar- nell and James Darnell, both of Marlinton, and Joseph Darnell, of Moncks Corner, South Caro- lina; sixteen grandchildren and twenty-one great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held November 19 at the Robert H. Roberts-Clark Memorial Home in Warren, Ohio, by the Rev. David Verzilli, Sr. Burial was in Pineview Memorial Park in Warren. Memorial gifts may be made to the family. NORTHERN POCAHONTAS" COUNTY HEALTH CLINIC Main Street, Durbin (304) 456-5115 applications available Applications for the NEEDY CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS FLINT) are available at the Poca- hontas County SherifFs Depart- ment or the Magistrate's Office. Humor is an tion of dig. nity, a declaration of man's supe- riority to all that befalls him. qRomain Gary Open to see patients: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. Notice Browning Family Practice will be closed November 24-30 and will re-open December 1 EYE GLASSES or lING AIDS. Dr. William H. Perrine I 799-4468 I Tuesdays & Fridays I Marlinton I Wal0000e .......... I 0 C.bfil'in Ar;le /Phone 6-42. Lewilg% Ronceverte E. Rainelle Ansted Purple Pansy Red Hat holds monthly luncheon The Inn at Mountain Quest in Frost served luncheon to the Pocahontas County Purple Pansy Red Hat Society ladies on Thursday, November 13. The tables were decorated with purple and red flowers and little red hats were placed in the arrangements. The Warning poem was placed over the food buffet. The overall effect was delightful! The food was dell- cious and the ity was appreciated by till group. Twenty-seven and guest were present lunch. Club closed by unanimous waiting list has been for future members. Our next meeting bur will be a progressive d at the homes of Bobble Rene White and Pat Democratic Executive ComnLit seeks yard sale items Pocahontas County Demo- cratic Executive Committee is seeking yard sale items for a fundraiser to be held December 5 and 6. You may bring items to the House of Style in For more information or unteer, call any ecutive committee nen Leslee McCarty at 00i00itin, Vicki Sharp and friend, Car- olyn, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylva- nia, spent the weekend with her father, Lewis Sharp, and Mrs. Sharp, and visited her grand- mother, Regina Dumire, her mother, Arlene Hillary, and brother, Wally family, visiting from Wally and Shelia and family are visiting families in Pocahontas He is stationed with the Guard in Alaska. I  West Virginia Legal Ad Handl \\; Compiled by the WV Press Association ! Covers legal aci rti;ing in West K. must for those r Fmsible for pl Advertisements. \\; Order ,,ours to ,y $25.00* /..  *(inci,des $3., ;&,,. $1.40 WV sa, or mail check to: Call 1-800-235-6881 ext. 165 Covers legal advertising in West Virginia; must for those responsible for placing Order yours today $25.00" a cop: *(includes $3.60 S&H, $1.40 WV sales tax) WV Press Services, Inc. 3422 Pennsylvania Ave. Charleston, WV 25302 = [0rcora, m  calfor an ,pomt-.,enL Family Health Sarita Bennett, D.O. Board Certified Family Beard Heights 799-4404 Programs offered: Breast & Cervi( Screerung Program, Health Check/Well Chald'Screenir WV Vaccanation Program Hours: Monday Tuesday & Thursday 8 a.ra." Wednesday * 8"a.m.-7p.m Friday * 8a re.- We will be closed Friday, November2 Mosesso Insurance Age]00 Greg & Cathy Mosesso, Agents Fa. Phone 304-799-6303 ,- ,rr"md" ..... Toll Free 1-888-345-63 , , cy Fax 304-799-6322 926 10th Avenue Marlinton , FAAFP Wn. r.oRw COmNmN ruu Kent W. VanDevender, PA-C- Dr. Debra Auble, M.D. l 1 LITTLE LEVELS Sa00, CLINIC, INC. hatern#idlcine, Grahams Motel Buckeye Board Certified 799-0805 By appointment only. Houxs: Ehab . Awad, PA-C Monday - Friday Please call for 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. an appointment. Women's & children's health, lacerations, lab work.We also treat depression and anxiety, men's health, physicals & pre- ventive care, diabetes, hiRh blood }ressure & high choles- terol. We accept all ma'or healtl insurance programs. independence, Genesis Eldercare helps nursing and therapy services! Call Pocahontas Center today. Genesis ElderCarC (304) 799-7375 The Davis Memorial Hospital Cancer Care Center I Dr. Scot1 V. Wattc'ns Radiation Oncologist Dr. Watkins earned his bachelor's degree at Western Maryland College in Westminster, and his medical degree at West Virginia University. He continued his education at Temple University and Albert Einstein Medical Center. He is a member of the American Medical Association and the American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology. He is currently section chief of radiation oncology at West Virginia University Hospitals. Dr. Watkins helped us launch the Cancer Care Center in 2001, and has been caring for patients in north central West Virginia for more than six years. We're pleased to have his expertise, compassion and dedication at our clinic. 801 Harrison Ave., Elkins 637-3640 www.davishealthcore.com ; The Davis Memorial Hospital Ca/Tcet" C;/I"e --