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in- and real tact ltes ~ary e- ,rlo- qat- L or II~AII, D l~/Al~g$ / VI4blTOg. .41~T/~r 8TP~TIOI~ ~ PI.kM , AglP.A / / \ LI~WI~J)UI~ - ~o MI~uTE~ Nola.Fo~.g.- ~ Hl~.. ~o MI~J. \ \ / P1~1 AICF.~ 31~1 PUbl, ~T % NOR. TH Tues. Feb. 12, 1985 Hinton News - S Y Martin Holland scored 25 points to lead the Northfork Blue Demons to a 03 - 65 win at Hinton in a game made up from earlier in the season because of bad weather. " Morgan Hairston added 20 points and Anson Martin 16 for the winners. Dwayne Ward had 17 points for Hinton, while Jody Bragg and Mark "Wt~lk had. 15.and 1! PO"~,R~;.-qt,~s- pectively. Wills added 11 rebounds. Northfork took a commanding 32 - 14 lead after the first period and was never headed. The Blue Demons increased the lead to 20 points ( 53 - 27) at the half. Hinton, now 4-8, returns to action tonight at Independence. Northfork (93) Morgan Hairston 10 0 - 1 20, Ronnle Miller 3 2-3 8, Martin Holland 10 5 - 7 25, Dwayne James I 1-5 3, Anson Martin 3 10 - 12 16 Anthony Hairston I 3 - 6 5, Mark Jones 0 2-2 2, Kenny Halrstan 0 2-2 2, Walter Harris 2 2-3 6, Maurice Price 2 2-2 6, Totals: 32 29 -4293. Hinton (65) Jody Bragg 7 1-2 15, Mark Wills 4 3-5 11, Roger Hedge 0 5-8 5, Dwayne Ward 7 3-5 17, Bill McLean 0 4-5 4, Don Galloway 2 1-4 5, Eric Will- iams 1 1-3 3, J. D. Timan 1 0-0 2, Mike Rudge 1 1-1 3, Sandy Bostic 0 0-1 0. Totals: 23 19-33 65. Northfork 32 21 20 20-93 Hinton 14 13 21 17-65 ce a :nton Danny Niday led three Independ- ence players in double figures with. 25 points Tuesday night to lead the Patriots to a 64 - 53 win over Hinton. Tim Austin added 12 and James Crouch 11 for Independence, now 4 - 7. Hinton was led by Roger Hedge, who had 15. Mark Wills added 11 and Dwayne Ward had 10. Rico Cox had six assists in the game for the Patriots and has taken the career lead in assists for the school. Hinton(53) Dwayne Ward 5 0-1 10, Brian Gore 3 1-2 7, Mark Wlliz 4 3-4 11, Don Galloway 1 2-2 4, Roger Hedge 5 5-5 15, Craig Green 2 0-0 4, Eric Williams I 0-0 2. Totals: 21 11-14 53. . Independence ( 64), James Crouch 2 7-7 11, Rico Cox 1 6-6 8, Tim Austin 6 9.0 12, Danny Nidway 9 7-8 25, Robert Anderson 1 0-# 2, Mike Heskins 1 9.0 2, Ran Wood 2 0-2 4. Totals: 22 20-23 64. H/nton 9 16 12 10-53 Independence 12 17 10 25-64" 60, ow Brad Hinton outscored Meadow Bridge 17 - 14 in a decisive fourth quar- ter Thursday night for a 60-57 win. The Bobcats, who trailed 30-25 at halftime, were led by Roger Hedge with 14 points and Mark Willis with 10. Hinton is now 4-6 on the season. Meadow Bridge got 19 points from Wesley Gwinn and I? from Darin Sears. Meadow Bridge (57) Pete Dixon 2 3-5 7, Steve Patt- erson 2 3-4 7, Mike Gillesple 0 3-4 3, Wesley Gwinn 7 5-9 19. Basil Redden 1 0-0 2, Darln 8ears 5 7-9 17, Jimmy Bragg l 0-0 2. Totals 18 21-31 57. Hinton (60) Dwayne Ward 3 0-0 6, Mark Willis 5 2-5 12, Don Galloway 2 0-3 4, Roger Hedge 3 8-8 14, Craig Green 2 1-2 5, Brian Gore 0 3-8 3, Bill McLean I 2-2 4, Sandy Bostic 2 0-0 4, Erie Wll/lams 3 0-1 6, Jody Bragg 2 0-~ 4. Totals 23 10-31 60. Meadow Bridge l~,12 13 14-57 Hinton 14 11..15q'7-60 nnounces KWAY Map of the proposed New River Parkway road from Sandstone to Pipestem State Park. Beckley College President John W Saunders has announced the 1984 December graduates Commence- ment will be held May 17, 1985. Local graduates and their deg- ress are as follows: ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE Cindy Dawn CRies, Hinton and Everett Leroy Hunt, Hinton. ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN SOCIAL WORK DEGREE Cindy Dawn CRies, Hinton. ASSOCIATE IN SECRETARIAL SCIENCE Jayne Ellen Settle, Alderson. ace " The graduation of 112 Concord ~Coilege students who completed their eoursework in December has ~een announced by Dr. Donald R. lapnsard, Vice President and Acad- :mac Dean. The complete list of December graduates in the area includes: 3ACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION .FOREST HILL: Jeffrey Wayne gouug, Elementary. .HINTON: Paulett Faye Adkins, ~lementary; Sarah Jo Patrick, ~lementary. .INDIAN MILLS: Elizabeth Ann Keatley, 7 - 12 Social Studies and K - t2 School Library Media Specialist. ~. MEADOW BRIDGE: John Wayne ~kker~, K - 12 Physical Education lad School Library Media. ~peializt. BACHELOR OF ARTS ..PIPESTEM: Steven ~kWi;mdet ghirley, major infae~graphy, minor. in AppalaChian Studies. BA'Ci~ELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION .HINTON: Eimo Benton Allen, Jr., puter Science; Geoffrey Alan Jones, Management. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TRAVEL INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT ..PIPESTEM: Jennifer Renee Cook, Lodging Management. .Elizabeth Ann Keatley of Indian Mills, graduated summa cure laude, with final grade point average of at least 3.8 based on a possible 4.0 All graduates will be recognized in the college's commencement prog- ram in May. in parts of Australia it was believed thunder caused Management; Robert L. Basham, turtles to come out of the Jr., Management; David Wayne water. firimmett, Management and Com- C ,r :On r~ve, .ew e0s | lot ic~oo e$0#~ !tellle rA~ ;y lX/ith Appreciation We would like to thank all the friends and fomiki who helped us during our father's illness and death,( ' " Thank qou for all the flowers, :food, and deep kindness shown ,~ at our time of sorroW. Johnie F, Word, Children, .. Jack and Norms . Aiderson Livestock Market Report of livestock auction sale held Friday, February 1, 1965 am- ounting to $17,076.27. 81 head o livestock was sold by 20 different~ consignors, and 24 buyers. Stackers & Feeders: Heifers: Choice 50.00 - 51.00; Good 47.00 - 50.00; Mediumk 44.00 - 47.00. Stockers & Feeders: Steers: Good 58.00.- 61.00. Baby Calves: 27.50- 43.00. Hogs: Ponies, 12.50- B.H. Cows; Commercial 37.00 - 4175; Utility 34.00 - 37.50; Canner & Cutter 27.75 - 36.00. Cows, B. H., 370.00 - 395.00. Sheep & Lambs: Ewes, B. H., 14.00 - 27.00. The first dining cars were in service on the Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad in 1863. They had no seats: puss- engers ate standing up or took their food back to their seat. Hearing Tests at COAST--TO-COAST MOTEL "On The Hinton By-Pass 2rid 'Thursday Each Month 9:00 A. M.-Noon If you have some trouble hearing or understanding speech at times, you should take advantage of this special offer... Beltone is giving FREE hearing tests to help in this national crusade for bettflr hearing. Tests will bc given with modern electronic equip- ment. To avoid waiting, call for an appointment to- day. ~-~ ~~~ ""'"''O ' ~- ~/ SERVICE 1905 Wythe Ave. Bluefield, W. Va. 24701 (304J3 E-8314 b UMWA cards Legal Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Take notice that certain Inventor~ of the business formerly known aS Miller's Exxon, as itemized he,rein- after, which has been repossessed, will be offered In one lot four'sale by seoied bids and sold to tb~ highest bidders as provided by Igw et 10:30 a,m. on the 25th day Of February, 1965. Please submit y,our sealed bid, clearly marked as IHuch, to David L. Ziegler, Attorney ~t't Law, i10 James Street, Hinton, West Virginia, prior to the date of ~ale. The undersigned reserves the right to bid in the auction, re. act all bids, and to purchase the nvantory. This inventory S offered " as is, where IS" without Worr. anty. The inventory may be. Inspected by appointment with Oonaid F. Mock, Jr., First Ne;tlona~l snk of Hlnton, West Virginia. The inventory la listed es follows: INVENTORY a EQUIPMENT RIVERSIDE EXXON 2-5.il5 60- Assorted Stainless Steel Hose Clamps 41 .- roken boxes of fuses 1 .. Set of rake Disc Pads - 776 16--Battery Cable Terminals 1..Broken box Radiator Stop Leak tZ-.Assorted GasOline Filters 21..PCV Valves 1,.Broken box of Tube Patches 6.,Signal Flashes 1--R adlator CaD 4..Gas Caps 1-.Locking Gas Cap 8..Assorted Inner Tubes 56.Assor ted AIrfilters 14.Reedllght Lamps 3..R efrigera td)r Products 2-;V oitage R eg'Vta.t#r 1-.D Istribu tor,,C.ap 11 Sets of Olstrlbutor.,Pts. 23--12 oZ. rake Fluid 12--Assorted Spark Plugs 12..Quart of Motor Oil 1-.Fire Extinguisher 12.~Qt Gear Oil 5..Tubes of Grease 3..Cans Automatic Transmission F- lu id 6,.Therm osta Is 9..Cans Ice RemOver, 2,.Office Desks (fair condition) 1..Steel File Cabinet; Combo & Sate t--File & Storage Ciblnet t-,Steel Acct. Register 1.-Steel Storage Cabinet 12--Atlas F-15 Oil Filters 11.Atlas M,47 OII Filters 36.Atlas G-75 OII Filters 24.Atlas M-44 OII Fitters 24.Atlas G.71 Oil Filters 9..Cases ( 4 S.qt. bathes ea.) Exxon Uniflo 1000 .40 Motor Oil 5.,Assorted Radiator Hosel 6..Au tom stic Tranm Ission Filter K its 4..M iscellaneous Chairs 4 .Assorted Transmission Filters 7..Assorted Battery Cables 9.-F.15 Oil Filters 6-.F.16 OII Filters 14.F-17 011 Filters 2.F 16 eli Filters 4..Tailpipe Hangers 17..M uffler Clamps 2--Atlas G,6$.A Otl Filters 2.-Atlas G-69 Otl Filters 12.Atlas G 70 Oil Filters 1..Atlas G.71 Oil Filters 1S..Atlas G-74 Oil Filters 6~-Atlss G.75 Oil Filters 6 -Atlas G.76 Oil Fitters |2,.Atlas M-44 Oil Filters 4..Atlas M-47 Oil Filters 12.,Atlas M~48 Oil Filters l..Atles M.51 Oil Filters tl..Atlas M.54 eta Filters 1O..Atles M-S$ O11 Filters 6..Quarts Automatic Transmission Fluid 12.-Querts Quaker State Motor Oil 16.Quarts 2 Cycle Oil 12 ,Quarts Penzoll Motor Oil 7..Cans of Carborator Cleaner 7..Quarts of Valvoline Oil 9..Querts of Uniflo T ires 14" 16..R egutar 4.Snow Treed 13" 17..R egular 10,. Snow Tread .t6" 1..Snow Tread .15" 2.,Regular 3.,Snow Tread 9..U sed Tires S-.Steel Rims 1/-Power Flush Machine 6..Cans of Gasoline Treatment 3--Cases of 24 pt. Automatic Transm Ission Fluid t.,Case Of Gulf Motor Oil 14..Cases of Unlflo Motor Oil 1..Exxon Plus MotOr OII ( 4 $,qt. bottles case) 3.-5 qts, 011 !..OII Display Rack S9.-Assorted Fin rite 1..Portable G reaeer 1.,Tire Rack 3.-Hand Grease Guns 9-,Dry Batteries (outdated) .Miscellaneous Hand TOOLS Supplies I. 1v Ice 1..Air Wrench 1..0il Drain Pan 1.,Tire Changing Machines t..Wheei Bubble Salancer 2.,Battery Charges' 2600 Gallons Regular & Unleaded Gasoline ($.85 per gallon) Dated at H Inton, West V irginia, on this 11th day Of February, 196S. THE FIRST NATIONAL ANK OF HINTON By Counsel DAVID L. ZIEGLER Feb. 12, 19