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L 9' stands, w establish a t Icals may [ the autl wther re chemicals ! es also can| copy of Dean, C01 nd Forestry., iwity, 00lil 506, and . No. 82 i HINTON NEWS Continuing the Hinton Daily News 'Home of Lake Bluestone Thursday February 14, 1980 a Hinton. West Virginia. 'I! Photo by Bob Front' o driver was rudely surprised suffered damage to the front suspension. There he was suddenly confronted were no injuries. Troopers A.W. Maddy and H.C. rock slide alon Route 20 about a Lambert investigated, but the accident report 1972 Plymouth was not available at press time. Perry Gets Life Former Hinton resident Mildred was sentenced to life in prison on each of two convic- tions, second degree murder and conspiracy. Perry was sentenced Monday in Wayne County, Michigan, Circuit Court by Judge Horace W. Gilmore who described the ver- dict returned by the jury as "totally justified." According to Carey English of the Detroit Free Press,. Michigan law provides for con- sideration for parole after ten years. English said Perry ap- peared unemotional at the sen- tencing. English said her at- torney said he would appeal the conviction. Perry was convicted of plot- ting the July 12, 1979 murder of her husband Rothho E. Perry, a C&O Railroad executive in the couples Livonia, Michigan, home. A guilty verdict was returned Feb. 4 against Robert Jackson, 26. Jackson was charged by police with being the trigger man in the shooting death. He is scheduled for sentencing today. I 15 cents Two Tacos To Go l A parked tractor-trailer drifted across Route 20 sometime Tuesday night and came to rest against the front of Santegete Pizza on the By-pass. According to Sgt. J.W. Jeffries of the Sheriff's Department, the driver, Michael Broy, of indiana, parked the truck in front of the former Coast-to-Coast Sporting Goods location and the truck later drifted across the road, causing 1400 to $500 damage. , Photo by Bob Front I Scheduled Insured Silverware County Grade Riverview, scheduled to play Basketball Tourna- Talcott in the second game Friday even- Friday, will be consolidated Jump- with Greenbrier and Central in the new Hinton Area E!emen- was. !ir,,tary '6oF @hen tlie term I and, with the begins next fall. of three schools Saturday Bellepoint will take coming year, on Pipestem in the first game drastic changes next and Sandstone will face Green- brier in the second game. Winners of the first game Friday and Saturday will meet in the second game on Monday evening, while winners on the second games will play at'6:30 P.M. Monday. The Clwmplbn= ship gamewfll beheld at8 P.M. Saturday, Feb. 23. All games will be played in the Perry Gymnasium. Area Obituaries MADDY Adis'Mae Maddy, 59, at 3:40 a.m. in a after a long in Ashland, Ky., April ', she was a daughter of John C. and Lillian ' had lived most of News, Va., in Pence Springs a member of the Church in Hampt- , and a lifelong memb- Parent-Teacher Asso- include her hus- Maddy; three R. of Melbourne, W. of Newport and Scott A. of a daughter, (Jean) Oney of a brother, Do- Columbus, Ohio; Col. Evelyn Tur- Salvation Army, At- Mrs O.P. Whitton of , Ky., and Mrs. Kath- of Atlanta, Ga., grandchildren. Springs Corn- Church with the Rev. Howdock officiating. Will be in the Oak Grove in Ballengee. may call Wednesday p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Meadows Funeral Hinton. will be taken to the hour prior to servi- of symp- be made to the Home Vs. will be Ashby Carol Jones, Bobby Maddy, Alvin Glenwood Hines, WEiCH SERVICES E. Welch, 72, was at a hold Wednes. at the Ronald Funeral Parlors in with to. D..- C;H. Mar- tin officiaitng. Burial followed in the Holliday Cemetery at Green Sulphur Springs. STINSON Mrs. Dassel Pauline Stinson, 69, of 408 Fairview Drive, St. Albans, died Monday at home after an apparent heart stack. Formerly of Summers County, she had resided in St. Albans for one year. She was a member of the First Baptist Church, St. Albans, and the I.E. Handley. Bible Class. Surviving: husband, James A.; daughters, Mrs. Richard McGhee of Dunbar, Mrs. Jack Sholton of Hammond, Ind.; sons, Nathaniel F. Wilson Jr. of Winston- Salem, N.C., Norman Lee Wilson of Lake Worth, Fla.; sisters, Mrs. Melba Clark of Talcott, Mrs. Opal Milburn of Hinton; brothers, Avery Lively of Hinton, Vincent Lively of Wilson, N.C.; six grandchild- ren; two great-grndchildren. Service was held at I p.m. Wednesday in Casdorph-Curry Funeral Home, St. Albuns, with the Rev. George Pauley offic- iating. Burial followed in the Cunningham Memorial Park. SELDOMRIDGE Mrs. May Dunlap saldomri- dge 73, of St. Albans, West Virginia died Thursday Feb- urary 7, 1980 in Morris Memory Nursing Home in Milton, West Virginia after a long illness. Born in Hinton March 2, 1906, she was the daughter of the late Robert Finley and Emma Wy. sor Dunlap. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church St. Albans and St. Albans Woman Club. Survivors include: sons, Rob- ert Lawrence saldomridge of Aruba; Finley Dunlap Seldom- ridge of St. Albans; one sister, Mrs. Emma Wise of Hinton; six grandchildren and 4 great gr- andchidiren, Funeral services were held Monday February 11 at 11 A.M. EVANS INFANT Annie Faye Evans, three months old, died Sunday at 10:20 a.m. in a Beckley hos- pital. Born in Princeton, Oct. 28, 1979, she was a daughter of James H. Evans and Glenda Cottie (Evans) of Ballard. Survivors include the pater- nal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton and Midred Tyree of California and maternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Cottle of Ballard. Services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Blue Ridge. Mausoleum No. 2 with the Rev. Billy Dalton officiating. Burial followed in the Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens in Prosper- ity. Arrangements were made by the Blue Ridge Funeral Home in Presparity. HONAKER Mrs. Louisa Ella Honaker, 83, died Sunday in a Beckley hos- pital after a long illness. Born in Monroe County, Nov. 15, 1896, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Nancy Susan Carter Baumgardner. Mrs. Honaker had lived most of her life at Forest Hill and was a member of the Mount Alexander United Methodist Ch- urch at Sarton. Her husband, Oscar Samuel Honaker, died in January 1954. Survivors include a son, Otis Honaker of Washington, Ind.; two daughters, Mrs. Joanne Chenoweth of West Palm, Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Hazel Huffman of Cincinnati, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Light of Parkersburg and Mrs. Ida Pl- aster of Huntington; a brother, William Baumgardner of Falls Church, Va.; four grandchild- ren and two great- grandchild- tin. Services were hold Wednes- day at 1 p.m. in the Ronald in the First Presbyterian Ch- Meadows Funeral Parlors in urch St. Albaus with Roy. St- Hinton with Harry Pilkington ephen A. Moss officiating, Bur- officiating. Burial followed in ial followed in the Cunningham the Mount Alexander Unied Mmory Park St, Albans, West. Methodist Church Cemetery. Mrinia, 88 - 79 Talcott The soaring price of silver $1,000. Older policies still in use may have given the family have no coverage limitation on dinnerware a new luster, these items. Manufacturers of silverware .... si" veo0rt that the retail value 0f': ' )ddttt0nal come, age .m ea ly ' ,.'. ' ' : ' obtainable by purchasing a ,r, thelr product has risen as much as 400 per cent in the last five special policy called a personal years. And with the price of silver rising steadily the value of silverware almost certainly will continue to appreciate. The newly acquired value of the silver on the dinner table, however, m.ay not be adequat- ely reflected in the family's homeowners insurance policy, reports the Insurance Inform- ation Institute. Policies issued under the new Homeowners '76 program limit theft coverage on silverware, goldware and pewterware to articles floater. These floaters provide the additional coverage you need for a variety of spec- ified items such as silverware, jewelry, furs, cameras, stamp and coin collections and fine arts. Cost of the floaters vary according to the type and the location of the policyholder in- sured. Silverware, for example, can be insured under a per- sonal articles floater for 20 cents per $100 of value in most areas. Unlike a personal articles floater written to cover such property as jewelry and furs, a silverware floater does not cover newly acquired property automatically, Thus, recently purchased property must be added to the floater policy if coverage is desired. The Institute recommends that people review the limit of their coverage and obtain a professional appraisal of select- ed items such as silverware and, jewelry to make sure they are adequately insured. A copy of the appraisal, the receipt of purchase, if avail- able. and a photograph of thel property should be securely stored away from the home, preferably in a safe deposit box. V.F.W. There will be a District 12 Meeting Veterans of Foreign War and Auxiliary Sunday Feb- ruary 17 at the Post Home on 2rid Ave. The Casey M. Jones Post 4500 and Auxiliary will be hostess. Lunch at 12:30 and business meeting at 2:00 P.M. DISTRICT MEET The LPN Association District 22 meeting will be on February 19th at 7 P.M..at the Summers County Hospital Clinic Class- room. WILEY'S LODGE Wiley's lodge No. 8 F & AM will meet Saturday evening February 16 at 7:30 in Lodge Hall. All members are urged to attend. SPEARHEAD DIVISION SEEKS PAST MEMBERS The Third Armored (Spear- head) Division Association is seeking to contact its World War II combat veterans. The National Association is holding its 33rd annual reunion at the Seven Springs Mountain Resort (near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ) July 23 through 26, 1980. Former members may write for further information to Mr. Julius Gardocky, National Pre- sident, 500 W. Engiewood Av- enue, New Castle, PA 16101. GIRL SCOUT COOKIES Area residents are reminded they may purchase Girl Scout Cookies from any Girl Scout or leader in Hinton. The cookies will be on sale through Feb. t6 If no Girl Scout has visited your home and you wish to order cookies call Mrs. Shumate at 466, 0069, Mrs. Lilly 466- 0476 or Mrs. Gore at 466- 4122. SPORTSMANS CLU B WATERNEWS SENIOR CITIZENS Activities at the Hinton Sen- Ior Citizens Center from Feb. II- Feb. 15 Thursday, Feb. 14- Valent- ines Day, Sing a long, before lunch. Honmmade Valentine Display and contest. Bring other Valentines for exchange box. Bingo. ..Friday, Feb. 15- Prevent- /care Exercises- 11:15 A.M. Cr- arts, after lunch- shoe direction Senior Club- Covered Dish din- ner, and Square Dance 6:00 P.M.- Moose HaIL HINTON CLASS Registration for spring seme- ster classes at Bluefield State College will continue through Friday, according to college officials. Prospective students may register until 8 p.m. through Thursday and until 4 p.m. on The water line for the Talcott Friday. area was to be put in service Continuing education director February 11 for the Talcott Mark Rowh said that over 50 Hilldale area. evening courses are being off- Hilldale area if weather per- ered in Bluefleld alone, with mits should be in service by the other classes located in Welch, end of the week. Beckley, Hinton and Lewisburg. We wish to warn all users to Evening students may register use a pressure reducing value to prior to the beginning of the protect your plumbing, first class session or anytime within the published hours. Disciplines covered by on- campus evening classes include accounting, marketing, secret- arial science, education, art, music, English, speech, geo- graphy, psychology, criminal justice, engineering and the eng- ineering technologies. Continu- ing education classes include a variety of enrichment and act- ivity courses." Additional information may be obtained from the continu- ing education office at 325- 7102 or 425- 7600. SCREENING During the remaining school term the Summers County Hea- th Department will be conduct- ing visual screening on grades 1,4, and 7, in the county sch- ools. If parents have any object- ions to their child being sc- TO MEET reened, they.should contact the school or the Health Depart. meat. The Health Department' hours are 8:30 to 4:30, Monday through Friday. . .Although Hinton went down to defeat to Taleott Tuesday Dawn's Spnrtmans Club will evening, 88.79, the above photos,show,e Bobcats "ap ln the alr'. meet at 7:00 P,M. at National Jeff Williams scored 23 points for the Cats while James Wynes hit Guard Armory on  Thursday, 37 to lead :Talcott,, Photos by 8ally Hayslette  Feb. 14. NOTICE The Summers County Court- house will be closed Monday. February 18 in observanee of Washington's Birthday. The regular County Commission meeting will be held Tuesday, February 19 at 9 a.m. PANCAKE BREAKFAST The Hinten Kiwanis:Club will sponsor March I