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COUNTY REVIEW J Thursday, September 25, 2003 PAGE 2 CLARA ARLENE YOST MOWDER Mowder, Clara Arlene Yost, 77, of Louise, WV, died Monday, September 15. 2003, at her daughter's home. Arrangements made by Reasner Funeral Home, Charles Street, Wellsburg, WV. Interment in Highland Hills Memorial Gardens, Follansbee. WV. ROBERT L. BAYLESS Robert L. Bayless, 71, of Dana, NC, formerly of Wellsburg, WV and Clearwater, FL. died Sunday, September 14, 2003 at home. He was preceded in death by his mother, Evelyn Spencer Bayless and father, George Walter Bayless. Surviving are his wife. Virginia of Dana; two sons, Todd and wife, Jennifer, of Kechi, KS, and Brandon of Dana; two grandchildren, Andrew and Alexandria of Kechi, KS; one sister, Marcelene Mozingo and her husband, Ralph, of Bethany, WV; two brothers, George Walter and wife, Mildred, of Clearwater, FL and Richard and wife, Mar)', of Bethany, WV; and a number of nieces, nephews and cousins. Arrangements made by Shepard Funeral Home. Hendersonville, NC. RAYMOND C. BOSO Bose, Raymond C., 76, of Avella, PA, died Tuesday, September 16 2003 at his home. He was born September 21, 1926 in Mt. Morns, PA, son of the late Bonnie H. and Faye Clouston Bose. Mr. Bose served in the United States Army during the Korean War. k He worked as a dairy. farmer in Jefferson Township for nine years. He worked 32 years as a member of the operating engineers Loca No. 132 of Charleston, WV retiring in 1988. Mr. Bose was a member of the United Pentecostal Church of Weirton, WV and the American Legion Bert C. Siders Post 643 of Avella. Surviving him are a son, Raymond R. Bose of Marietta. OH; a sister, Ruth M. Cochran of Baltimore, MD; a sister-in-law, An Clouston of Avella; and many nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Betty F. Miller; and two brothers, William Clonston and Howard Lee Bose. Arrangements made by Jerome A. SteIkovich Funeral Home, Inc., 18 Campbell Street, Avella, PA. Burial will be in Mt. Prospect Cemetery., Hickory, PA. DENZIL SAMUEL ROWING JR. Rowing, Denzil Samuel Jr., 61, died September 10, 2003 at Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm-Springs, California due to a long illness of cancer. Preceding hi was his wife Ida Bell, of 20 years. He was born in Wheeling, WV., a son of Denzil and Dorothy Atwell Rowing. Denny attended Miami Senior high School in Miami Florida, then entered the United States Army in 1961 through 1965, in which he received an honorable discharge. While in the service he also served in Germany. After the service Denny moved to Cabazon California for 19 years, fourteen of those years he worked as a grounds keeper and a sales person at the dinosaur landmark. Denny was a friendly person and would help anyone in need, even if the didn't know them. He loved to walk and loved all animals. Surviving are two sisters, Connie Pierce and Sandy Donovan both of Portland Maine. Uncle Bobby Atwell and Aunt Jackie of Florida. Niece Dorothy Crooker, Nephew Robert Pierce of Maine. Several Cousins in West Virginia, Maine and Florida. Denny will be going home to be placed in the family plot at Calvary Cemetery in South Portland Maine. Arrangements by Wiefels & Son Funeral Directors, Banning, CA. i " i i i ii: i:ii!! !ii;i ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i/i i:i: :i;: ..-: 'lellsburg High School Graduating Class of 1 The 1948 graduating class of Wellsburg High School, held their reunion at Harder Hall in Bethany, WV on July 6, 2003. Thirty class mates attended, and four of our teachers. Our class flower was the yellow rose, our motto was "not at the tax but our colors were green, and white. Sitted in the front from left to right are Catherine Blaskovitch Smith, Marion Freshwater, Jean George, and Henrietta Watson. In the first row from left to right are George Gundling, Kaye Ritchie, 'ilson East, Charlotte Deuley Lohr, JoAnn Deuley Leonard, Mary HOffman McLaughlin, Jean Barnes Kirchner, Lucy Ryan, Emma Ferda Bullock, Jay Mulhollen, and Marilyn Mackey McCord. In the second row from left to right are Helen Vogel, Martha Gilchrist Hanes, Norma Smith Weaver, Ann Fidak Eaton, Iona Starcher McColloch, Thomas Shriner and !Mazzella. In the third row from left to right are Fred Brown, Stella Markos Sfamenos, Dolores White Harvey, Hilda ;Boggs, Dorothy Murphy Platter, Wilma Foronari Vargo, Joe Liposchak. In the back row from left to right are George Paul Conaway, James Harvey, Henry Rithner, Lewis Melchiori, Bob Trulove. Some of us meet once a month for breakfast on fourth Thursday of the month. Please call 737-2101 or 737-2216 for more information about these get togethers. We would have you come, and join our fellowship. Photo Contributed Lewis And Clark Memories Many residents and visitors of Brooke County took photos during the Lewis and Clark reenactors visit on Saturday, September 6. The Brooke County Fair Committee now invites you to display some of your photos concerning the Brooke County ' '"' StPi>ut your chosen photos on ,,, .... poster board of 22" by 28" size or smaller. Have your name on front, i with your name, address, and ! telephone number on back. ! The Brooke Count)' Fair Of Wellsburg Pet Corner Civic League Plans Activities - ..:..... :}-:i:.. .  - . i ';.':   "" Follansbee Cwlc League ',,' ..:..: ,::: .::...'.: : iii/lii opened its fall season with a ii!iiiiii!iiii':. dinner meeting Tuesday in the  Hooverson Heights Church of ,l Christ The officers were in charge of the dinner, with Nina _ Meca, Mildred Desantis and N, Eleanor Manack heading the  committee. Others assisting were  Rita Ficca, League president, Judy _- : -  .Sistilli. RoseEox. Bessie Eddy and = - ,,Y Rose Mar)" Agar. Dixie Is In Need Of A Bessie Zddy led devo.ons relating the story of The Sneeze. Loving Home Dixie with her pretty blue eyes committee will have this photo and gray coat makes her name a display area set up for Saturday. natural. She's three months old September 27 only. You deliver, and just darling. -you pick up. The Count).' Fair is There are man 3, other precious kittens and beautiful young adult cats waiting for homes at the Brooke Count).' Animal Shelter. If time is limited in 3'our daily schedule and you think you don't have time to care for a pet, the Brooke Count).' Animal Welfare League suggests having a cat or kitten. The3' are very. self sufficient and require low maintenance. And. they are so much fun and very entertaining! The shelter is located at 1801 Allegheny Street, Follansbee. WV. Hours are daily 12 - 4. For more information please call 527- 3987. Friday, Saturday. and Sunday. September 26, 27. and 28, at Brooke Hills Park on Route 27. near Wellsburg. WV. All are invited to stop by, inspect the variety, of photos and enjoy the count).' fair. There will be Bingo, a Tomahawk "Toss, Demolition Derby, Food and Craft Vendors, as well as live entertainment. A pizza eating contest and a Horseshoe tournament will be other activities besides a round of Cow Pattie Bingo. For more information please call Extension Agent Norman Schwerffeger at 737-3666, or fair committee member Rub3 Greathouse at 737-0506. SUPPORT THE BROOKE COUNTY UNITED WAY A ii iiii CARL SMITH SR. September 20, 2001 We enjoy fond memories of loved ones we hold dear. It also makes us sad when those we love are no longer with us. Sadly missed but never forgotten by family, Carl Jr., Sandy, Jim, Allen grand- children and great-grandchild. "Always Among Friends" 1515 Chles St., Wellsburg. WV 737 - 3251 ForethoughYHomesteaders Pre-Planning Fthneral Service Center C. Daniel Reasner III, DirectorOwner Pete A. Baldwin, Funeral Director There's a legend about a man who carelessly allowed himself to become round-shouldered. So he commissioned an artist to cast a statue of him in a beautifully straight position. When it was delivered, he hid it in his garden. Every day he'd gaze upon himself standing straight. Without knowing it, he would straighten up as he looked at the statue. One day his granddaughter found him looking at it. "Grandpa," she cried, "you're standing straight, like the statue." Would you like to stand straight morally? Then put your trust in the Lord, and spend time every day with your eyes "fixed on Jesus," our Lord and Savior! 8th Annual Voice Of The Mountains Set The 8th Annual "Voice of the Mountains" Storytelling Festival will be held October 10, 11, 12 at picturesque WVU Jackson's Hill in central West \\;:irginia. Ten of the regions brightest and best stor).lellers will participate With both Stor)aelling and Workshops. 2003 stor)lellers include: Rich Knoblich of Wheeling; llene Evans of Thomas; Andy Fraenkel of Moundswille; Bill Hairston of Charleston; Kate Long of Charleston; David Mann of Jackson's Mill: JoAnn Dadisman of Preston Count).'; Lyn Ford of Columbus, OH; June Riffle of Faimont; and Karen Uuranch of Fayettevillle. New this year will be a special dinner program on Saturday night called "Mystery at the Mill". One of the main features of the event is School Days during which elementary and middle school students from area schools, along With their teachers, parents and chaperones have an opportunity to participate in special Stor).lelling sessions. These sessions will be held Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Each day more than 1200 children will have an opportunity to see and hear ten outstanding storytellers, who often utilize music, costumes, and comedy in their presentations. For information contact WVU Jackson's Mill at 1-800-287-8206 or Belt)." Bra Cox at 304-293-5072. You may also e-mail her at betty.coxS:mail ujuu.edu An Independent Democratic newspaper published on Thursday by Brooke Publishing, Inc. P.O. Box 591 319 Charles Street Wellsburg, WV 26070-0591 Phone (304) 737-0946 FAX (304) 737-0297 Entered at the Wellsburg, WV Post Office as second class matter under Act of March, 1879. Second class postage paid at Wellsburg, WV. J. W. George Wallace, Publisher/Editor Sandra L. Lear, Associate Editor, Production Janet Knox, Advertising/Photography **Member WV Press Association** \\; The Brooke Coun .ry Review welcomes letters to the editor which are signed and include the writer's address. Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the Brooke County Review in Brooke Publishing. Inc. The Brooke County Review was formerly the Brooke News (est. 1937) and the Follansbee Review (est. 191 l). Subscription rate: $19.08 for one year. Deadline for news and advertising is 4:00 p.m. on Friday. Mrs. DeSantis gave a detailed report of the Relay for Life project held in Brooke Stadium early in June. The League donated $1,100 dollars for that project. A $300 scholarship was presented to Brandon Baldauf at Brooke High School Senior Recognition Program last spring. A similar award will be presented to a Rural Appalachian Improvement League, Inc. To Participate In Neighborhood Investment The Rural Appalachian Improvement League. Inc. has been selected to participate in the Neighborhood Investment Program (NIP). This program was established by the West Virginia Legislature in 1996 to increase charitable giving to local non- profit organizations. The program allows 501 (c) 3 designated charitable organizations to apply for tax credit vouchers. These organizations distribute the vouchers to businesses and individuals who contribute to the organizations. By donating Io approved NIP organizations, contributors can support their communities and earn credits to reduce certain West Virginia taxes. Businesses and individuals who contribute at least a minimum of $500.00 to NIP organizations are eligible to receive up to 50% of the contributed amount in the form of state tax credits. Donors may use the credits to reduce liability for the following West Virginia taxes: Corporate Net Income Tax, Business Franchise Tax and Personal Income Tax. vocational student at the graduation. Preliminary plans outlined for the annual Difference Day observance month. Residents at Manor will be guests and bingo part2," on October 18. Final plans for event will be announced October 14 meeting-of the Prizes were won by Fid Latynski, and Valerie Fish. Members contributed care items to the Brooke 'girls Group Home as altruistic project for this Mrs. DeSantis acted as for a "Brown Paper Bag" at the close of the Hostesses next month will be LOu Mirasola, Betty Bailey Jane Croston. In fact, NIP tax conjunction with deductions greatly reduce of the contribution to the For example, the potential savings from a contribution could mean a $11 federal tax savings and stale tax savings equaling $6.500 in tax savings to the This means that flae an approved NIP could cost as little as $3, however, as 5th eve .rything are rules and regulations followed. As a West Virginian organization located in Wyoming County, the Appalachian Improvement (or RAIL) is dedicated imprinting education, employment opportunities for people, historical cleanup of our streams and Rail is concentrating efforts coalfield region of West and welcomes For more information Brian Henry nipproject@yahoo.com or