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January 11, 1983

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.J ,g ;e ;O ~h te ~n ~k Lg tg n 1- h Y Le l, k 0 )f 1 ! l ;| t 4- The Willing Workers 4 - H Clpb met December 21, 1962 at II " A.M. at the home of Linda Adkins for their regular mon- tldy meeting. Sue Patterson President, the meeting to order by " West Virignia Girls" foil- owed with 4 - H pledge. The secretary, Myra Morgan , read the minutes and roll call, answered with one of Santa's 4"- News By Robin Boiling Did you know that you can help 4 - H 9. You can help us by briiiging aluminum cans to the trailer's across from Pizza Hut. You can also bring old news- papers. The cans are sold at about 20 cents a pound. The aluminum 'trailer doors are open Satur- day. The paper trailer almost all the time. Bring newspapers in a paper 'bag without tape or strings and cans in a plastic bag. Please help 4 - H today. Reporter for Boone's Boost- ers 4 - H Club. Celebrates Birthday Jason Williams of Meadow Br- idge celebrated his first birth- day on December 28th. This was also his parent's, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell O. Williams's ann- iversary. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Everette Will. iams and Mrs. Dolly Martin, al .I of Meadow Bridge. Farmers Market To Close Agriculture Commissioner Gu~ R. Douglass announced that the Charleston Farmers Market closed for the winter on January 3, 1983. He said it will reopen for sales about the middle of April. Douglass also explained that certain market facilities will be renovated and various opera- ting procedures will be revi- se3 during the interim in pre- paration for what is expected to be a banner year in 1963. The market office will re- main open Monday through Friday schedule during the period. The manager will be available from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day to offer sugg- estons to growers and other prospective vendors. The tele- phone number is 348 - 0158. Livestock Alderson Livestock Market Report of livestock auction sale held Friday, January 7, 1963 amounting to $98,591.51. head of livestock was sold by 111 different consignors, and 85 buyers. Stockets & Feeders: Heif- ers: God, 46.50 - 49.00; Stan- dard, 43.00 - 45.OO. Stockets & Feeders : Steers : Choice, 54.00 - 56.00; Good, 46. 00 - 51.00. Steer Calves: Choice, 60.00 - M.50; Good, 56.00 - 61.25; Med- ium, 47.00 - 51.50; Bull Calv- es : 47.00 - 58.50; Baby Cal- ves: 27.50 - 62.59. Hogs: No. ~, 45.00 - M.00; Shoats, 51.00; Pigs, 13.00 - 26.00. Ponies, 90.00. Cows: Commercial, 34.00 - .58.25; Utility, 31.00 - 36.50; Canner & Cutter, 24.50 - 29.00. Bulls: Commercial & Good, 46.00 - 52.25; Cutter, 41.00 - 45.00. Heifer Calves: Choice, 49.00 - 53.00; Good, 44.00 - 47.50; Med- ium, 39.00 - 45.50. Cows & Clvs., 320.00 - 410.00, Sheep & Lambs: Blue, 53.75 ; Red, 51.25; Medium, ~; Co- mmon, 51.25; Ewes, CWT, 12. 00 - 17.75; Goats, 21.00 - 36.00. :ers " b Meets reindeer name. Treasurer report by Ken Lilly. Old and new business consisted of fixing the fruit baskets and setting a date to go caroling. The program was singing Christmas songs, read- ing poems about Christmas, a demonstration, "How to set out a tree" by Andra Morgan. Gifts were exchanged. Refreshments were served by Vilma Morgan and Linda Adlons to : Sue Patterson, My- ra Morgan, Andra Morgan, Lorie Fox, Michelle Bailey, Ron Lilly, Ken Lilly, Bryan Adkins, Vilma Morgan, Linda Adkins, guests : Micheal Adk- ins and Danese Ames., Meeting was adjourned. On the evening of the 25rd, the members and leaders met at 5:30 at the home of Linda Adkins to deliver the baskets to the elderly and go caroling. Those who went were : My- ra Morgan, Andra Morgan, Sue Patterson, Ken Lilly, Ron Lilly , Michelle Bailey, Ruby Ba- iley, and Vilma Morgan. Afterwards all met at Ruby Bailey's for hot chocolate. Chaplain, Ray Wiseman Summers Hospital News The new Chaplaincy Frog- storal Care. The Chaplain's ram of Summers County presence will not alleviate the Hospital became official Janu- need of ministers making their ary 3, 1982, when the first routine visits of hospitalized pa- Chaplain, Ray Wiseman, began tients. his duties. Since the Chapla- The Chaplains, approximat- incy Program had been in de- ely ten, will serve the institu- mand for quite sometime Ch- Lion six days per week from aplain Ray was a very wel- 10:00 -12:00 a.m. Local mini- corned sight, stets who wish to join the The purpose of the Chapl- hospital's chaplain program aincy Program is to meet the should centact the chaplain on- spiritual and emergency crisis duty at the hospital. needs of patients through Pa- Tues. Jan. 11, 1983 Hinton News - 3 IXdL *After Factory -Carper Pails Company, Inc. 97 PLEA[ANT STR[U 466- 2054 Parts Plus i I I I~v ADVERTISED ITEM POLICY ;1 h Of theee ~ ~ m m,q~r~ to be I ,,o,. s,..x,., s KROGER e~md rJ~m ~1, If we ~ r~ oul c~ ~ asvw~ml I ... 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