BEHAVIORAL Health Tech -- Westbrook Health Services
is currently looking for Behavioral Health Technicians. You will work
directly with consumers, helping them meet and exceed their goals and
objectives, through training, support and enrichment activities. BHT’s
work with consumers in our residential units, group homes, and in the
community, helping them make good decisions, and master the skills
necessary to live independently. BHT’s are part of the professional
treatment team, working to plan and carry out consumer service plans.
Full and part-time positions are available at $8.25 an hour. Minimum
requirements to apply: high school diploma or GED; valid driver’s
license; reliable transportation; a clean criminal background. You may
obtain an application at our website,
under employment, or you may pick one up at our facility at 227 Clay Road, Spencer, WV 25276.
WANTED -- Someone to help take care of elderly
lady. Reference needed. Call 304-354-6813.
WANTED -- Shapely business-woman for relationship
and wife, with nice looking figure. Photo/ phone/address. Write: Emory
King, 4167 Yellow Creek Road, Big Bend, WV 26136 (businesswoman replies.). I’m
49, 165 lbs.
WANTED -- Shapely school teacher lady, 25-50s, SWF
or DWF, with nice looking figure. Photo/phone/address: mail to Emory
King, 4167 Yellow Creek Road, Big Bend, WV 26136 (school teacher lady replies).
She have natural teeth and body for relationship and wife. She have car
and house in Calhoun County. “Please write.” I’m 49, 165 lbs.,
PUBLIC AUCTION -- Saturday, Nov. 8, 6 p.m., 727
14th St. West, Huntington, W.Va. Huge 500 plus advertising sign
collection, Over 30 years of business, Sheridan Cold Spot, South Point,
Ohio, 60-90’s dealer promotions, beer, tobacco, Zippo, Schrade, etc.,
furniture, antiques, glassware, etc. Pictures/ listing at
Adkins #736, 307-412-1247, M. Ryan Adkins #1569, 304-416-0624. swc
OLD Fashioned Farm Auction, Saturday, November 1,
at Registration and inspection
begin at The
Estate of Woodrow Schoolcraft,
3599 Sandridge Road, Normantown, W.Va. Something for everyone. Come, bring a
friend, spend the day! Trucks, tractors and farm equipment, tools,
antiques and collectibles, guns and much more. Too many items to list.
Visit website for complete listing and photos.
Joe R. Pyle Auction and Realty Co. Joe R. Pyle, Broker-WV212, Shinnston, W.Va. 888-875-1599.
-- Nice new dog house for large dog. 32 inches wide by 38 inches long.
Has tongue and groove siding, with barn style (gambrel) shingle roof.
GARAGE SALE -- Saturday, Nov. 1, one mile from
Grantsville on Rt. 16 South. Christmas decorations, comforters, flannel
sheets, much more. NRFA.
-- Household furniture (table, chair, hutch), etc. Lots of miscellaneous
items. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 31-Nov. 1, , if weather permits. 8945 North Calhoun Highway.
WILLIE’s Red Barn will be open Wednesday, Oct. 29,
through Saturday, Nov. 8. Nice selection of Christmas gifts, knives,
jewelry, and more. New Sealy pillow top mattress and box springs, full
and queen size, only a few sets left. One mile south of Grantsville on
HANDS on the River Massage, Geraldine Gardner, LMT,
3422 Pennsylvania Ave., Charleston, W.Va. Call 304-541-9139 for an appointment.
ASSISTANCE Needed -- I am homeless due to a house
fire and need to raise $5,000 to finalize the purchase of a new home.
Contributions can be made to the Bill Widner House Fund, c/o First
Peoples Bank, 200 First Street,
Lease the Hunting Rights to your land and earn top
$$$. Call for free quote and info packet. Hunting Leases done right
since 1999. 1-866-309-1507.
NO hunting without written permission on Lester
property on Henry’s Fork and on
HANDYMAN -- Electric, plumbing, home repair. Call
Rick at 275-4399. 3/12/rtn
In Memory of
We wish to thank the people who sent flowers and
food; also the people from Hospice and Roane County Home Health; Stump
Funeral Home, the pall bearers, and singers. Thanks to Rev. Carl Marks
for officiating the services.
From children Herbert
and Gene Rader,
Lorena McKown, and
NOTE OF THANKS
The family of Kimberly Dawn Houchin would like to
thank everyone who came to visit, brought food, called, sent cards and
flowers after the passing of our Kim. We are internally grateful! We
would also like to give special thanks to Rick and Cheryl Jarvis, Steve
and Tammy Houchin, Tosha McCumbers, Becca Houchin, Mary West, Doug and
Kim Houchin, and Kristie Ritchie for helping the family plan and set up
Kim’s Celebration of Life event. Special thanks to Pastor Rick Metheney
for his wonderful eulogy and com-forting words.
NOTE OF THANKS
The Calhoun Halloween Committee would like to thank
everyone who made the 3rd annual Calhoun Halloween Party a success. A
special thanks to all of the volunteers who helped set up and decorate,
run games, pass out candy, clean up after the party, and Arnoldsburg
Elementary for running concessions. We could not do it without all of
the volunteers that make this possible. Thank you to all of the ghouls
and goblins that came out and supported this event.
See everyone next year.
Lori Blankenship, Jenn Sarratori,
Eric Thompson, Jessie Wilson
NOTE OF THANKS
Friends of Bill Greathouse would like to thank
everyone who came out to show their appreciation to him. Big Otter Community Center
was packed. Lots of good food, good entertainment and much fellowship
was enjoyed by all. People were very generous with donations. It was a
huge success. Appreciated everyone who stayed and helped clean up!
Friends of Bill Greathouse