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w-..-----.... IBROOKE COUNTY REVIEW Thursday, January 13, 2000 PAGE 2 I OBITU00 kRIES0000::> MARY RIPLEY RIPLEY, Mary Ethel Roby Loosemore, 88, of Brightwood Nursing Home, Follansbee, formerly of Northview Road, Wellsburg, died Monday, January 3, 2000, in the home. She was a member of Christ Episcopal Church, Wellsburg. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Earl D. Loosemore; her second husband, William E. Ripley; her parents, James Howard and Rosella Losh Roby; two brothers; two sisters; a grandson. Surviving are two sons, George "Ervin" Loosemore of Colligrs and Jerry Thomas Loosemore of Florida; a daughter, Nancy Smith and her husband, Ronald, of Wellsburg; a brother, James H. Roby of Clarksburg, WV; four sisters, Bonnie Faught and her husband, Dorsey, of Cleveland, Ohio. Hazel Cicoff and her husband, George, and Geraldine Conley and her husband, Don, both of Clarksburg, and Bernice Taylor and her husband, Robert, of Kermit, Texas; three grandchildren; three step grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Arrangements by Reasner Funeral Home, Wellsburg. Interment in Shadow Lawn Memorial Gardens, Newell, WV. JULIA ANN MOSSGROVE MOSSGROVE, Julia Ann, 73 of White Bell Circle, Wellsburg, died Wednesda.v. Jan. 5, 2000, in Wheeling Hospital. She.'was a member of the St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. She was preceded in death by her husband. Ray D Mossgrove in 1984; her parents, John and Mary Cakel kotch; three brothers, Frank, John, ancJ Joseph Kotch. Surviving are two sons, Donald and his wife, Cindy of East Liverpool. Oh.; Kenneth and his wife, Susan f Butler Pa.; two brothers James and George Kotch of Wellsburg,; five sisters, Anna Urbanski of Bullhead City, Az.; Mary Kohler of Riverside Cal.: Helen Queen of Buena Park Cal.; Irene Whitehead of Wellsburg,: Elise Lang of Coral Springs Fla.; three grandchildren, Jennifer. John, and Stuart Mossgrove. Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Thursday January 6kh at Chambers Funeral Home, 1030 Main St. Wellsburg. Funeral liturgy with Mass celebrated on Friday. January 7th. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Wellsburg. Interment in Highland Hills Memorial Gardens, Follansbee. Christian Wake services held on Thursday, January 6th, at 3:30 p.m. OUVE H. LIVELY MINER MLNER, Olive H. Lively, 88 of RD 2, Wellsburg, died Monday, Jan. 3, 2000, in Valley Haven Geriatric Center, Beech Bottom. She was the co-owner Of the Sunny Hills Farm, Wellsburg, and a Protestant. She was Preceded in death by her husband, Sherman Chester "Chet" Miner in 1996; an infant son, Gary Miner in 1937: Oliver and Retta Cooey Lively: two brothers, Cecil and Charles Lively; a sister Edna Hartley. Surviving are two sisters, Elise Stewart and Mabel Lively; both ate from Warwood; special friends and care givers, Harold and Linda Elliott of Wellsburg. Friends received 6-9 p.m. Jan. 6. 2000 at the Chambers Funeral Home, 1030 Main St. Wellsburg, where services held at 11:00 Wednesday Jan. 12, 2000. Interment in Short C.reek Cemetery. ,, - ELEANOR "MAE4" JUSTICE CONLEY ELEANOR "MAE4" JUSTICE CONLEY. WELLSBURG. died Thur.lay. Jan. 6, 2000, at home. She was an employee of the former Westvaco Corporation and a member of the Wellsburg Church of Christ. She was proceeded in death by her husband, Harold W.; on Dec. 24, 1990. Surviving are two ns, James and his wife Sandy of Wheeling, and Ronald and his wife Peggy of Wellsburg; four grandchildren; several cousins, which include Lucille Legge of WelIsburg. Friends received 2-4 and 6-9 Jan. 7, 2000, at Chambers Funeral Home, I030 Main St. Wellsburg. Friends then received Saturday from 12:30 to 1:30 at the Wellsburg Church of Christ, 112 Sunset. Ave. Wellsburg. Interment in Franklin Cemetery, Wellsburg. Memorial contributions may be made to the Wellsburg Church of Christ or The Brooke County Easter Seals. RAYMOND STOAKS  STOAKS, Raymond L., 76, former Follansbee City Manager, died' Saturday, January 8, 2000, in Pinewoods Personal Care Home, Wellsburg. He was the son of the late, Frederick Leander and Ora Agnes McKee Stoaks. He developed Parkview Subdivisiola and built homes from 1948 to 1964. He was a retired City Manager of Follansbee from 1964 to 1986. He secured many Federal Grants for the city of which was a $10 million grant for the Wheeling Nisshin Plant locate din Follansbee. He also served two terms on the Brooke County Commission and converted the McElroy Building into apartments. He belonged to the Good Shepherd and Olde St. Johns Episcopal Church, the Masonic Lodge No. 2, Brooke County Planning Commission, Sugar Run Lodge, American Legion No. 45, VFW No 3537, Cedar Lodge, of Follansbee. He also belonged to Knights of Pythias Lodge as past chancellor, the Brooke-Hancock- Jefferson Metropolitan Planning .Commission as chairman, Past President of the Follansbee Commlmity Chest and Follansbec Lions MARGUERITE COLE COLE, Marguerite, 69, of Main St., Follansbee, died Sunday, January 9, 2000, in Trinity Medical Center East, Steubenville. she was a retired cook, and a member of the Wellsburg Christian Church. She was preceded in death by her parents Charles Louis and Maggie Mirmis Cole a sister, Eleanor Ray Cole. Surviving are a daughter, Deborah Lynn Brooks Collins of East Liverpool; three brothers, Thomas and Donald Cole both of Westland, Mich., Charles Cole of Washington, Mich.; two sisters, Uiene Smith and her husband, Dan of Wellsburg, Alice Walker and her husband, Dale of Dearborn, Mich.; three grandsons; a great-granddaughter. Arrangements by James Funeral Home, Follansbee, WV. Interment St. John Cemetery. REV. LAWRENCE WALKER WALKER, Rev. Lawrence Charles, 82, of Park Addition, Wellsburg, formerly of New Philadelphia, died Friday, January ,7, 2000, in Wheeling Hospital. He was a retired Nazarene minister and Evangelist still ministering revivals. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Lavona Wayts Walker. Surviving are his wife, Jessie Duty Platt Walker; two stepsons, Gary Platt of Lake Parsipany, N.J., Roger Platt of Umatella, Fla.; two stepdaughters, Karen Platt/Morris and her husband, Marshall of Pittsburgh, Janis Stone and her husband, Stephen of Mount Vernon, Ohio; a brother-in-law, William Wayts of Painesville, Ohio; a sister-in-law, Mary Louise Heinzman of New Matinsville; six step grandchildren; two step great- grandchildren. Arrangements by Reasner Funeral Home, Wellsburg. Interment in Franklin Cemetery. ****************************************************** Follansbee TOPS Meeting Held TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter 189 of Follansbee met January 6 2000 at the Hooverson Heights Church of Christ. Leader Carol Morrison presided. Weekly Best Losers were Marilyn Patterson, Kris Kocher, Kim Morris .and Carol Kosut. There were ties for teams this week. The tie for 2nd place was The Try Harris and the Bloopers, first place ties were the Sunshine Girls arid the Belly Busters. The fruit basket went to Jo Camilletti, the plaque went to Mary Lou Bingiel and the roll call jar went to Kim Morris. Special awards were given for Social Security Retirement Age Going Up The Social Security retirement age is going up and the effects will be felt for the In'st time this year. "Most people do not know changes were made sixteen years ago in the Social Security Amendments of 1983. The retirement age for those born in 1938 or later was raised in gradual steps from age 65 to 67: said Michael Reynolds, Social Security manager in Steubenville. "The change was part of a package of changes made by a bipartisan Congressional committee to curtail program expenses," Reynolds said. "People are living longer and are perfect attendance for 1999. -'L.1rawing: Social Security, ; benefits Those who received three month longer, creating unanticipated costs perfect attendance were Mary Lou Bingiel, Alice Clifton, Bessie Eddy, Linda Guiler, Carol Kosut, Kim Morris, Julia Lyons, Carol Morrison, Eileen Pratt, Phyliss Schoolcraft, Sina Mae Utt, Shirley Wiggins, Carmie Yukevich and Annie Bailey. Those receiving six month perfect attendance were Kim Morris and Carmie Yukevich. There was also one year perfect attendance. Those recipients were Mary Lou Bingiel, Julia Lyons, for the Social Security system." If you were born before 1938, you will still be eligible for your full Social Security retirement benefit at the age of 65 and reduced benefits as early as age 62. However those born in 1938 who retire "early" this year will fred their benefit reduced from 20 percent to 20.8 percent. Beginning in 2003, full retirement age for those born in 1938 or later will increase. For Angius,C0ntinued came time to open the Wellsburg Subway. the figures were there, "I just said that the Wellsburg store would do the same amount, if not more" . John says that he is pleased to . be a part of the Community and that everyone has been very friendly. Ironically, John's wife Karen is from Beech Bottom; a graduate of Brooke High School, and she has family in the area. The Wellsburg Subway is located at 122 7th St. in Downtown Wellsburg. . .... .',,i - ';',-  ....._._ Free Photography Contest Open To Wellsburg The International Library of Photography is pleased , to announce that over $60,000.00 in prizes will be awarded this year in the International Open Amateur Photography Contest. Photographers from the Wellsburg area, particularly beginners, are welcome to try to win their share of over 1,300 prizes. The deadline for the contest is March 31,2000. The contest is open to everyone and entry is FREE. To enter, send ONE photograph in ONLY ONE of the following ategories: People, Travel, Pets, Children, Sports, Nature, Action, Humor, Portraiture, or Other. The photo must be a color or black-and-white print (unmounted), 8" x 10" or smaller. All entries must include the photographer's name and address on the back, as well as the category and the title of the photo. Photographs should be sent to: The International Library of Photography, Suite 101-9007, 3600 Crondall Lane, Owings Mills, MD 21117. Entries must be postmarked by March 31, 2000. The International Library of Photography is an organization dedicated to bringing the work of amateur photographers to the public's attention. You can visit their,wnbsite at www.pieture.com. Crochet Caddy Secures yuur balls of cmdaet tlYud aM yam e/a smohly twn vje you   . Fits all sizes of bails and skeins of thread and yam. Made in U.S& of beautiful solid oak hand- Carol Morrison, Sina Mac Uu and Shirley Wiggins. December 1999 Monthly Best Losers were Suzie Tennant, Marilyn Patterson,.Carol Ramsey, Mary Lou Bingiel and Shirley Robinson. KOPS (Keep Off Pounds Sensibly) receiving awards for staying in leeway the entire month of December were Violet Shiel, Suzarme Sampson, Jo Camilletti. TOPS with no gains " for the month of December were Shirley Robinson, Shirley Wiggins, Marilyn Patterson, Paula Adler, and Suzie Termant. The group welcomed one new member of six renewals to FOllansbee'S TOPS Chapter. example, the full retirement age for those born in 1938 wrill. increase to 65 years and two months. "There are disadvantages and advantages to taking your benefit before you full retirement age, so contact Social Security before you tecide to retire," urges Reynolds. 91Nf--. NE.. The first*mechanical clocks rubbed and beautifully finished, complete and ready to use. . Keeps yarn and thread dean. . Convenient, built.in supply drawer is large enough to hold pertems, extra hooks, needles and accessories, etc. Crochet O, ddy is available by mail order for :niy S19.95 postage paid. For faster service :a!l toll free 1-888-945-2222.Two (2) day exTess ser','ice delivery available. Make check ;ayaHe ::: Crafters Supply Inc.. 11728 ;'l:odwar. Caddy Headquarters, Overland P3rk, KS, 56210. Dept. '. :Fa: t Pending. (Dealers inquiries invited). htisfac:icn Guaranteed. club. preceded in death by his first wife,Be.tty Eleanor Bryarly Stoaks; two sisters, Alma Viola Salzarulo and Alberta Edna Neff. Surviving are, his wife, Elizabeth Lenkey Stoaks; two sons, Terry L. of Sebastian, Fla., Rick R. of Follansbee; a daughter, Kathy Andreozzi and her husband, James of Follansbee; three stepsons, Terry Lenkey of Akron, Ohio, Curtis Lenkey of West Palm Beach, Fla., Robert Lenkey of Charlotte, N.C.; a brother, Edmond D. Stoaks of Zyphur Hills, Fla., a sister, Shirley Oughton and her husband, John of Follansbee; seven grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; a great- grandchild. Arrangements by James Funeral Home, Follansbee. Interment in St. John Cemetery, Colliers. had neither hands nor a face, but he served in the Army. In addition to his parents, he :was marked time by the ringing of a bell. ). The I I I Reasner Funeral Home "Atways Among Friends" 1"515 Charles St., Wellsburg,WV 737-3251 , ForeThought Pre-Planning luneral Service Center C Daniel Reasner III. Director I I R Brooke County REVIEW sm Independent Democratic newspaper published every 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 M .arch, 1879. Second class postage paid at Wellsburg, WV. J. W. George Wallace, Puhlisher/Editor Sandra L. Loaf, Associate Editor/Office Manager Michael McNamara, AdvertisIng/Photagraphy/Production **Member WV Press Association** The Brooke County 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 (established 1937) and the Follansbec Review (established 191 I). Subscription rate: $15.10 (plus 6% sales tax in WV.) for 1 year. Deadline for news and advertising is 4 p.m. on Friday. I I I I I I Candidate Filing Begins for 2000 ' The 2000 election sei officially began in West Vir on January 10, the first day! candidates could file to run office. In order to run in the ! 9 primary election, all candid must file their certificates announcement and filing fees the appropriate office by mic on January 29. All mail-in fi received after January 29 have been postmarked b midnight on January 29 by! U.S. " Postal service. Pd postmarks cannot be. accepted. ! "Because the filing period i be shorter than in previous y candidates should take extra to meet the deadline." m Secretary of State Ken He "Many people wait until the minute to file, and every ele( year, some filings must be rej( because they arrive after deadline. On the last day of fi when my office is filled potential candidates trying figure out who is running, I f'dings should be submitted! 11:45 p.m. to enable us to c their accuracy and completen Hechler stated. For more information a filing foi" statewide or legisl! | office, contact the Secret.a State's Office at 558-6000 and I with Bill Harrington, Jan Casti i Nancy Adams. For information about filing for ca or municipal office, contact t circuit clerk of city recorder. When candidate filing o voters will begin to get the glimpse of how the presid election year will shape up West Virginia. The filing 1  ends January 29, 2000. 1, offices on the ballot in the M Primary Election in Ba County will include CO Commissioner, Sheriff, Ass Prosecuting Attorney, Magist Board of Education and Co l Surveyor. Candidates for all offices will file at the office o Clerk of the Circuit Court. ! Circuit Clerk's office is Monday through Friday'from! Order Toll Free 1-888-945-2222 i BROOKE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT Calendar of Clinics - January 2000 JANUARY 17 HOLIDAY - CLOSED 19 *Immunizations Blood Pressure Clinic Pregnancy test/supplies Inte firel Lev on ( grot eact eqtu the dep Con Wei: of year taxp and to 1> keep battl You two 2O voltu one l recei onl pu :l vo] u Cilt tax ) bei t re tr to rl eqt T tin( 1; ano its at house fire a Woul( POssil on the Year. Weirt enplc hired anoth( am until 5:00 pm and on Sara from 9:00 am until Noon. January 29, 2000, the office be open from 9:00 am until  and will reopen for cand filings from 9:00 p me Midnight. Candidates "who  offici; districts larger than a county[ " pul; all statewide candidates will .iacrea with the Secretary of State. tself Filing fees for local 0 Don't vary by county classification, t fiarthe Brooke County, filing fees i enaplo county offices are as foil! reduci County Commissioner - $260] equip Sheriff- $327.50; AssessO a Volu $477.50; Prosecuting Attor( I $450.00; Magistrate $37( See a Board of Education $2,= People County Surveyor - $10.00. A good 1 More information about f don't l for the election, incl kind ( eligibility requirements, dis citizer and timelines, is available froth! City r clerk of the Circuit Court. Your r an uni to the and th . tOWn. Weinc 9 am- 12 noon the fi; 1:30 - 4:30 pm firefig Wellsburg Courthouse not of 9:30 am by appointme l lot of 8 am - by appointment eOncer 9 am - 12 noon atn a 1 1:30 - 4:30 pm Weltsburg Courthouse  Where 9:30 am - b) appointnad Irook .Politici , n traix great t Maybe tobe tl 25 Family Planning Clinic 26 *Immunizations Blood Pressure Clinic 31 Pregnancy Test/supplies Immunizations are given every Wednesday between 9:00 a.m. "i noon Please bring any previous immunization records with yotl your" appointment. Any questions, please contact Sharon Fil Welch, RN, Nurse Director, 737-3665. Catholic Knights of A: ' Assisted L!ving Center Now accept)ng .. Frank Rimbeck, administrator 1500 Brinker Rd. Wellsburg, WV (7;57)0851