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i=:- CRISTY STEINER FARRELL _ Cristy Steiner Farrell of Fontana, :S .Wisconsin passed away January 10, 2011. She was born in Huntington, WV on January 7, 1952 to Dr. Richard and Amy Lee Steiner. Cristy graduated from Huntington East High School and attended Marshall University. She was a member and officer of Alpha Xi Delta, and a majorette in the Marshall Band. She married William "Pat" Farrell on May 26, 1972. Cristy is survived by --her husband, Pat of Fontana and a former resident of Hinton. Daughter, Kacie Amylee Farrell of Scottsdale, AZ. She is also survived by Dr. Terrence and Janet Steiner of Ponte Verde, FL, Dr. Michael and Donna Steiner of Manteo, NC, Mr. Richard and Penny Steiner of Huntington, WV, Mrs. Toni and Rene Trottier of : Granby, Quebec, Canada and Mr. : Kurt and Karen Steiner of Fredericksburg, VA. A memorial service will be held : .for family and friends in her memory at Cape Hatteras, NC, date and time ; to be announced in the near future. Cristy had a large capacity for love and in her memory please do an act of kindness for a loved one or a stranger to keep that love alive. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made to the Winnebago Memorial Library, 101 Maple Services, 4517 N. Main St. Rockford, IL 61103, or the Walworth Memorial Library, 101 Maple Ave. Walworth, WI 53184. Toynton Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. EVA LAURA HARVEY Eva Laura Harvey, 93, of Ramp died January 27, 2011 at Summers Nursing and Rehab following a long illness. Born May 4, 1917 at Ramp she was the daughter of the late William and Claudia Harris Marion. Mrs. :Harvey attended the Meadow Creek Baptist Church, was last employed at Central Virginia Training Center as a LPN and she enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. Preceded in death by her lusband, Frank Harvey and several brothers and sisters. Survived by her children, Arizona and Leo David Pyles, Anthony and Sandra Marrical, Frank and Sarah Harvey and David and Helen Harvey; one brother, Grover; one sister, Stephanie and numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren whom she loved dearly. Graveside service and burial were held at 3:00 p.m. Monday; January 31, 2011 at the Upland Cemetery with Pastor Lawrence Bennett officiating. Friends called at the cemetery from 2:30 until service time. Arrangements were by the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. COrn Jumping Branch Elementary 2nd Grading Period Honor Roll let GRADE: Gregry Angell' Hannah Bridwell' Nikolas Carr, Haley Deeds, Chloe Dunford, Emily Justice, Janessa Karim, Ashleigh McLaughlin, Marlee Meador, Violet Grace Quesenberry, Madison Rollyson, Jordan Seigler, Samuel Whittaker. Jonah Zimmerman, Justin Zimmerman. 2rid GRADE: Kaitlyn Angell, Ashton Basham, Ryan Cales, Megan Cooper, Jasmine Crowe, Harley Graham, DaNaylee Long, Daniel Mansfield, Emily Norman, Riley Richmond, Halle Ward, Emily Wills. rd GRADE: Zachary Bowling, Heaven Cales, Reagan Combs, Kaela Coughenour, Dylan Hardy, Quinne Jimenez, Makaila Knight, Ethan Lambert, Ashley Lilly, Dakota Mansfield, Trent Mender, Caleb Okes, Abi Poling, Dakota Seigler, Savannah Smith, Autumn Whittaker, Clay Young. 4th GRADE: Noah Adkins, Dylan Bragg, Brittany Myers, Brody Smith, Makayla Sweeney, William Whittaker, Zoe Williams. 5th GRADE: Tucker Bennett, Kanyon Brogan, Harley Owinn, Jamison Harem, Isabella Jimenez, . Chayanne Lame, Jill Plumley, Skyler Richmond. NOT]C_00 SPECIAL EVENTS - The Historic Graham House, Rt. Lowell is available for reunions, "artiesi meetings, weddings, JAMES H. STEWART James H. Stewart, 89, of Logan, Ohio, passed away Saturday, Jan. 22, 2011, atLogan Hedlth Care Center. He was born June 7, 1921, in Hinton, W.Va., son of the late Charles Manly and Daisy Nelson Stewart. Jimmy was married to Mary Lou Fralick Stewart, who survives. He retired from Rockwell International in Columbus and was a member of Immanuel United Methodist Church in Logan. Jimmy played on the first West Virginia State High School Football Championship team in 1938 and worked for C&O Railroad in Hinton and Logan. He was on Logan City Council for 24 years and was on the Logan Planning Commission. Jimmy was a member of Mingo Lodge #171 F&AM, a member of Hock Hocking Council #39, a member of Logan Chapter #75 R.A.M., and a member of the Logan Commandery #78, a member of the Aladdin Temple Shrine, the Hocking Hills Shrine Club, the Ambassadors Club and the Past Masters Unit. He was very active in the Boy Scouts and was awarded the Silver Beaver Award and attended three national jamborees. Jimmy is survived by a grandson, Sam Turpin of Seattle, Wash.; a brother, John Stewart of Columbus; and a sister, Eliza Jane McCulty of Gallipolis. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his fist wife Norms Stewart, a daughter Barbara Turpin, brothers Charles M. Jr., Robert and Oliver and sisters Daisy Whanger, Helena Williams and Margaret Pollack. Funeral service were held Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011 in the Immanuel United Methodist Church, Logan, with Rev. Gerald Frazee officiating. Interment was in Oak Grove Cemetery, Logan. Looues Itnd Fishes Reaches Goo!! Loaves and Fishes is pleased to announce that it has met its 2011 Annual Campaign goal of $7,000. On behalf of our board of directors, staff, RAHALL: Congress Fights Childhood Obesity and Hunger WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Rep. Nick Rahall (D-WV) applauded passage today of S. 3307, "Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010," legislation that will reduce childhood hunger and obesity through improvements in school meals nutritional quality, increased access to child nutrition programs, strengthened. "It is alarming to see that over 9 million of our young adults are unable to enter the military because they are overweight. Our schools are on the front line of defense in the fight against child obesity, and this bill will aid in fighting this epidemic," said Rahall. "All across southern West Virginia, our schools have made great strides toward good health for our children through improvements in school nutrition by reducing fat and sodium in foods. West Virginia has already adopted many of the standards the US Department of Agriculture looks to implement, which will make it easier to get an increased reimbursement. Some - like Cabell County Schools - have even launched innovative programs using meal plans with more foods cooked from scratch." The Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act will increase the federal reimbursement rate for school lunches for school districts that comply with federal nutrition standards - the first reimbursement rate increase in more than 30 years. .An additional 6 cents per meal will help schools meet new meal standards to provide' children with healthier school meals. The bill requires the USDA to develop science-based nutrition standards for all foods sold on a school campus during the school day and establish nutrition requirements for the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), which includes providing meals to young children in preschool settings, as well as to children participating in after-school programs. S. 3307 also expands afterschool meal coverage to reach at-risk children who face hunger each day, and promotes the availability of nutritious meals in and volunteer helpers, Director summer ad out-of-schl times: Brent Fernandez extended thanks .... } betieeour schots'dderve%lae fd .............  ..... t " r ........ , and tl,mears.to economic times it's gratifying to explore better meals and healthier know that people are willing to reach out to help those in need." This marks the twenty-fourth consecutive year Loaves and Fishes has met its campaign goal. The funds help Loaves and Fishes to provide a wide array of services within Summers County. These include a summer camp, an emergency food and utility assistance program, the thrift store, and a home gardening project. Although the 2011 campaign goal has been reached, contributions can still be made to the agency and wiR help to expand its emergency assistance fund. All such donations are tax-deductible and are restricted to helping persons in need in Sumners County. All donors giving $50 or more will receive a 2011 Wolf Creek calendar. Those wishing to make contributions may send them to Loaves and Fishes, P.O. Box 56, Hinton, WV. 25951 or bring them by. "the 127 Ballengee Street storefront during regular business hours (Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.) BEST KEPT SECRET IN W. VA. Hilldale Community Park, Rt. 3 East of Hinton. Bldg w/kitchen facilities, bathrooms, inside and outside. 7 picnic tables, 4 under shelter. Huge field for children to play, including ball field away from vehicle traffic. Great for reunions, birthday parties, meetings, etc. Excellent Rates. Call 466-1451, 466-3441, 466-7110 or 660-7156 for details. PSD MEETING receptions, etc. Indoor with large The Meadow Creek Public : kitchen, dinning room, picnic tables Service District meets the second & shelter outside, restrooms & Tuesdayofeach month atthe Green " outdoor area for recreation. Sulphur District Volunteer Fire " For rates and availability call Department at 6 p.m. Meetings are : 304-466-3321. open to the public. foods to see how to best provide for our youth," said Rahall. "The Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act will allow also expand our school breakfast program in West Virginia to ensure our kids start the day off right. We cannot short-change the health and well-being of our children. "They need healthy, balanced, nutritious meals - whether they are in pre-school, grade school, or after school programs. We must provide the funding, programs and guidelines needed to provide the most-healthy options for our children." The National School Lunch Program provides lunches to over 31 million students each day. In West Virginia, just over 162,000 students participate in National School Lunch program and students also have access to School Breakfast in every school, a program that provides over 11 million meals nationally. The state exceeds the nation in implementing the recommendations of the Institute of Medicine, as West Virginia has. reduced the amount of sodium and fat in all its foods, removed ala carte items and soda machines, and offers salad bars as an option for students. West Virginia has also implemented a state wide breakfast program to ensure our students start the day right. West Virginia is also working to expand its fresh fruit and vegetable program, with 12 counties in Southern West Virginia participating in this program as of 2009. The passage of the legislation today in the House by a vote of 264 to 157 sends the bill to the President's desk for his signature. k: In the Library " "For the past ten years the library has focused on getting an elevator installed, the third floor completely renovated and operational, and the mezzanine renovated and filled with books. The elevator is in, the third floor is finished (but for some doorknobs and other miscellaneous "furnishings) and the mezzanine is beautifully redone and full of our adult fiction. It is time once again to focus our energies. It is time to ask our patrons and the people of Summers County what this next -focus needs to include. We will be distributing surveys to the people of - Summers County, asking some important questions. Your answers will :be vital to the decision-making process. The survey will appear in the t[ newspaper in the near future. It can be cut out and mailed to the library. ! You can also fill out a survey in the library or on our website. The entire staff thanks you in advance. Tues. Feb. I, 2011 Hinton News - 3 LEGISLATIVE U PDATE By Delegate Virginia Mahan While I normally use this space to inform you, my constituents, of the legislative issues we face each week, I feel I would be remiss if I did not take this opportunity to explain some of the power shifts that have taken place in the Legislature and last week's Supreme Court ruling defining some of the parameters for a special election for governor. In order to fully understand what has happened, we must go back to the passing of West Virginia's beloved U.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd last summer. While his passing leaves an irreplaceable void in our state, as a proud and determined people, we had no choice but to move forward and lead this state in the manner in which our beloved Senator would have wanted. His passing led to a vacancy in the United States Senate. Former governor Joe Manchin sought and won, the U.S. Senate seat and left his role as governor of West Virginia in November. Under Article 7, Section 16 of the West Virginia Constitution, when a vacancy is lel in the office of Governor, the President of the Senate shall act as governor until the vacancy is filled. With this, our Senate President Earl Ray Tomblin began to act as governor. Tomblin had concluded that state law did not allow for the next election for governor until its regularly scheduled date in 2012. However, a Supreme Court decision last week compelled Tomblin to proclaim an Oct. 4 general election for governor. The justices ruled unanimously that he could act as governor for no more than one year. Therefore, an elected governor must take office by Nov. 15, the ruling said. That's the anniversary of Tomblin, as Senate president, taking over the chief executive powers from Manchin, who left office with more than two years in his second term as governor. The decision left intact the current process for special elections, which sets party conventions instead of a primary for nominating candidates. The justices noted that the Legislature, which began its 60- day session on Jan. 12, could change that within the confines of their overall ruling. Consequently, this week Tomblin asked the Legislature to replace party conventions with a June 20 primary for the court-ordered special election for governor. The legislation would allow Tomblin to proclaim a special primary upon its passage. Candidates would then have 10 days to file for the race. The chief elections officer, Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, would issue emergency orders, if necessary, to preserve voting rights in such areas as overseas absentee balloting. While I'm sure many people, myself included, are suffering from some degree of election fatigue, allowing the people of West Virginia to elect their own governor is simply the right thing to do. If you would like to follow the daily action of the Legislature, visit the 80th Legislature on the web at http'//www.legis.state.wv.us/. As always, I welcome and appreciate your input on this or any other legislative issue. Please call me at (304) 340-3102 or write to Delegate Virginia Mahan, Room 206E, Building 1 State Capitol Complex, Charleston, WV 25305. Kristin Bugg Hinton's Emily Sears Inducted named to the into Bluefield College National President's Honor Society Academic Recognition List Nine outstanding Bluefield and "Xapakthp," which means Kristin Bugg has been named to College students were inducted into "character." The society's shield and the 2010 fall semester President's the Alpha Chi National Honor keybear alamp of learning and the Academic Recognition list at West Society during a ceremony on colors emerald and green, which Virginia Wesleyan. campus, December 8. signify victory and truth. The President's Academic Professor Rob Merritt, faculty Open to students from all Rocognition acknowledges academic advisor to BC's chapter of the academic disciplines, Alpha Chi's excellence among Wesleyan's National Honor Society, welcomed motto, taken from the Biblical verse students. family and friends to the induction John 8:32, is "Ye shall know the The criteria for inclusion on the event, "a day of recognition," "a day truth, and the truth shall make you list is 4.0 GPA with a minimum of of notice," he said. free." In addition to the distinction 12 earned hours for the semester. ,"You should feel honored to be of being named among the: top I0 Founded in 1890, West .Virginia .. here and to be a part of this group," .pe-x ; t of collegetudets in 300 WeSleyan is a private residential aid,Dr. Merritt. "You are the Ait'l 'C-dni chapters across the college-located in Buckhannon. students with the highest academic country, members are also eligible The College offers 43 majors and achievement at Bluefield College." for scholarships granted by the graduate programs in athletic Membership in the Alpha Chi society each year. training, business, education, National Honor Society is extended . English, and nursing. to juniors and seniors who are in the top 10 percent of their classes. The Bluefield College nine Bluefield College students who earned fall 2010 inclusion included Fall 2010 'Dean's Erica Coleman of Vansant, Virginia; Lists LeAnn Deel of Maxie, Virginia; Lydia Freeman of Bristol, Virginia; Bluefield College has released its Celia Jones of Brookneal, Virginia; Dean's Lists for traditional students Keri Joyce of Cedar Bluff, Virginia; for the fall 2010 semester. Students Amber MacDonald of Beckley, West from the Hinton area are named Virginia; Sheens Neal of Panther, below. West Virginia; Emily Sears of MelindaBlumeofForestHilland Hinton, West Virginia; and Kelly Emily Sears of Hinton. Thompson of Roanoke, Virginia. Current BC Alpha Chi members BINGO Brittany Garton and Jennifer Bingo every Friday night at the Bohannan told the nine new Hinton Senior Citizens Buildingon inductees that they had become a SecondAve. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. part of "a distinct group" of more starts at 6:00 p.m. than 300,000 students from 300 college campuses across the country ; ._;. ...... to be selected for the National .S::::  (00tles00nut Society Honor. The students, they said, represent "the best in scholastic achievement." eaI ru R The current members led the moo} students in a pledge of membership and presented the new inductees a re )i-6]Zi O0S certificate and membership pin. As -occt] (r{isan oos part of the ceremony, the honorees ixx sic also signed a formal membership i:,alurct 401 ummers lre! - inlon"  .:.: charter. ' ' 04-466-1 r/r/ f !? Founded in 1922, Alpha Chi is a . (.,_1,,.,, > , _ coeducational society whose purpose is to promote academic excellence and exemplary character among college and university students and to honor those who achieve such distinction. The Alpha Chi National Honor Society name comes from the initial letters of the Greek' words "Aletheia." which means "truth," TOPS TOPS WV 207, Hinton is a support group for those who are striving to lose weight. You are welcome to meet with us on Thursday 5 to 7 p.m. at the Shepherd's Care Worship Center on Stokes Drive. TH DEPARTMENT SCHEDULE February 2011 1 - Food School - 9 a.m. & 1 p.m. 21 - Closed Holiday. Every Monday & Wednesday are nursing service days. Open 8 - 12 and 1 - 5 p.m. Questions call 304- 466-3388. , 00^v-va ..... omomlo" :, -, , Soups eet 2 ; , : ore lo! ooties I C[;he /00t00tzate,[ 00tace 209 2nd Avenue Hinton, WV 25951 Ph:(304) 466-8200 presents 3rd. Annual Winter Conference Treasures From Heaven Feb. 3, 4 ... 7:00 p.m. Feb. 6 ... 10:30 a.m. Speaker Evang. Gary Pollard Prophetic Word Ministry Special Music Preaching Righteous Blend Coffee House Feb. 4 ... Cool Treats, Hot Eats A Ministry of Freedom Ministry Center Jarrell's Exxon "Your Full-Service Service Station" 466-0133 OPEN 24/7 For Pay At the Pump Gas & Diesel Fuel ALL TIRES." FREE MOUAIT FREE BAMNCE FREE ERE VAL VE Head Mechanic Tirn Ward Mechanics: Mark Cales Johnny Reel BRAKE SPECIAL: FRONT PADS ONLY LIFE TIME WARRANTY WEAREVER GOLD $69.95 WAGNER $79.95 COMPUTER SCAN We're drivers too. i