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February 14, 1980

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,u-xliisiltull .I.'IW8 .It for those having a birthday in the month of February was held at tbe ,'.nior Citizens Center Friday February 8th at 12:30 P.M. A special table was arr- anged for the affair and there were six honoree's seated and served dinner by the ladies of the Nutrition Program. Following their lunch may were presented a large Italian cream birthday cake decorated with candies and baked and donated by Mrs. Elsie Haysl- ette, ltinton, honoring the bir- thday guests presented by Mrs. Marion Gore, co- director of Senior Citizens. Having birthdays seated ar- ound the table were : Mrs. Lore Moore, oldest of the group who was presented a gift, blew out the candles on the cake and cut ad served it to the rest of the honoree's who were Mrs. Glad- ys Taylor, Mr. Connie 'labor, Mrs Rl,b$, Wheeler, Mrs. Tru- sby Neely, Mrs. Neely held the lucky number and was award- ed the door prize. The party came to a close when every- one chimed in to sing " Ha- Hospital Note Sum mers County llospital February 5, 1980 Dismissed: John Hellems. Ja- mes McComas. Lola Crawford, Fred Crawford, Sara Adkins, James Meadows, Kathleen Adk- ins. Elizabeth Clinton, Herbert Richmond. Emery Mounts, Th- omas Turner, all of Hinton; Rosa Terry, Alderson; and Mi- chelle Johnson, Ballard, Admitted: Mary Garten, Nan- cy Lightener. Calvin Adkins. Mclinda Williams, Gerene All- en, Raymond Coleman, Roy Bmmetl Betty Vest, James Ca- los. Stephen Adkins, Bernard R oyer, all of Hinton; Erma Cales, Sandstone: Orma Lilly, Virginia l/armors, both of Jum- ping Branch: Neva Shaver, Ru- pert; Madeline Aliff, Wayside; James Kincaid, Ivan Fox, Jr., Jamie Bradley, James Hedge, all of Alderson: and Helen Neal, Asbury. West Virginia Univerity has received a $30,000 grant from the U.S. Office of Education for training in speech-language pa- thology and audiology. Norman J. Lass, chairman of the dep. artment of speech pathology and audiology, is in charge of the project. Jtur. roD, iq,, ltJU Branc h Area News " " v Subscribe This Week! thday in a given month come to The birthday party is usually the senior citizens center and held the first Friday of each enjoy a birthday party, thert Randolph Reports r0mantic sy [ae's Day line quality gas. Prices GOOd Thru Sa|urdly Fsbruaff 23 feelings for "Occasim Senator Jennings Randolph "In addition, legislation soon Day may, said today that the Depart- will be sent to congress to remembers merit of Energy budget for f/s- provide an added "oil backout h their reh col 1981 "puts America on the " coal conversion program of appear wit road to energy self- surf/c/e- one million barrels per day, to eriences of nay." be replaced by 50 million tons of 1.. John W Randolph, chairman of the coal per year to electric pew- lessor of col senate environment and public er production Virginia O works committee, has advocat- "If this legislation is acted on Studies. ed the use of coal-derived an- quickly, additional funding will West, wh ergy as a primary source for be required for administration " SalGf 0urses to more than four decades. He and enforcement of the prog- Ais0 Shop Western Auto Feb. ,,,oe said West Virginia will play a rain. . giiM love a key role in industrial devel- opment of new coal technolo- Conservation programs .will t Yous, the 4 ence, and receive a deserved increase to e." ." VelWtlile&'l gies. $I.I billion, up from $816 bill- 12 PEAT POTS DUST :./:,.' ....  FlOw, llets in co Summarizing the DOE budget ion in fiscal 1980. Another $868 ,,oe00 BUSTER ,'='>L': -7  romance w: submitted by President Cart- million will be provided for l say,rigs  l  AWE "Romanc er this week, Randolph made solar, wind. hydropower, and Rag. 69c Rechargeable '': Reg. centered e the following observations: other renewable sources. We Portable Vac ."' 35 Reg. 79c Withbutterl emphasizes short-term meas- these renewable resources to  CHAMPION e0aes as, ures for reducing our depend- supplement our direct use of ence on foreign oil. More than coal. Reg. 29.99 - PLUG t0 be in the 1OcPtl existence," $1 billion will go for increas- "I am pleased to see that L,gt corOtess For most cars ed coal use. And $431 million of funds for nuclear waste disp- D,g p,c-up Dower' JS ' il-mJ-I u now ar.d saVe! YeS to be this amount will go to syn- osal also will be increased, r3 All-vurvosevac RulltmP'ml. another's 64-1380.97 Said. fuels demonstration projects -- from $80 million to almost $300 - " two solvent refined coal plants - million in the fiscal year be- Reg. 1.89 * - in West Virginia and Ken- ginning next October 1." Reg. 3.99-- Save on big AIIL tucky. Another coal gasificat- S-qt bag! 114" ion project will produce pipe- BOOSTER CABLES " " l l c 8-ft aluminum cal01es 100- I 4899-, POTTI N G amp c,,ps *ee00 set,aod00 roadside emergenoes' SOIL.. Home Improvement, Safety And Economy ! WINDSHIELD 11 OUNCE W H E N A C C U R A C Y C 0 U N T S SPRAY STARTING DE-ICER FLUID !:, definitionHW do isYU define accu" lexactness, a p,[ll/tl ,.:, >.-/ z,t ,4.. ' 69 69 racy? The generally accepted ,;,,, C C STP OIL vital eSSential to the success- L.)---'___ J J' /]J  " .... ': tz] completion of any home 7 ;*" ''''  TREATMENT improvement or repair I' project. It is the practice of accuracy that enables a homeowner to stand back and observe with pride the figures are exact. - ' new storage shelves, floor That's the practice also tiling or light fixture at the Olympics, where S Avl installation, knowing it is precise measurement to the 12.11! perfect in every detail and hundredth of a meter deter- therefore long-lasting, mines who wins "The Gold" ALL-SEASON Use in tle throwing events-- WINDSHIELD Convenient Like most home projects, javelin, discus, hammer and graduates the successful improvement shot--or in the high, long WASHER/SOLVENT CfediU The d, I QQC l RIIU'II' 269,f9 i" Frank , 6 AMP BATTERY CHARGER I |', " has turne lllllqllill,+ J 00lltili It , Til!,Wl t0,2E w,de, 7 ator of t oo.o.,,o,.,,, :,. i '0,0''0" -oo'. L;nargetyourself&save' , i)tartet+Bigtillervalual 7 Center at began with measuring-- and triple lumps and pole when accuracy counts most. vault. Lufkin is there, too-- A shelf board a fraction too the judges' tapes at the siort, unsightly placed-0ut XXII Olympiad this summer flooring, or a crooked wall will bear that century-old socket does not indicate name, selected for official exactness. To avoid such use "when accuracy disasters, Lufkin -- makers counts." of household and industrial You may not be going to measuring tapes--advises Moscow to see the Games, homeowners and profession- but the tapes can probably als alike to.always measure be found at the hardware twice before assuming the store. Misty Dawn Simmons age 14 months Pareuts Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Simmons of Lewisburg. Gl andnlother Mrs. Nellie Ilumpllreys of Ililldale. A Melissa Jean Crawford age3 Grandparents- Mr. and Mrs. George Williams of itflldale and Mr. and Mrs. Odell Crawford of Forest Hill. HappyValentine's Day February 14, 1980 Diana Kay Ward age 5 months Daughter of llarvey and Tiny Gill of tlinton. Burly Ward of Hinton. -* .... Klmberly Dawn Robertson age 5 Grandpareuts- Mrs, Mamie Buckland and the late W.M. "Red" Buckland of llinton and Mrs. Jo Marie Robertson and tle late Joht N. Robertson of Bellepoint. Jennifer l,yllll llolland age 3 Grandparents- Mr. and Mrs. Forest Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford itolland. Cynthia Voso Parsons, WV Grandma and Grandpa tlarvey William Nickalous Robertson age-4 Grandparents- Mrs. Mamie Bu- ckland and the late W,M. "Red " Buckland of Hinton and Mrs. Jo Marie Robertson and the late John N. Robertson of Belle- point. Mary Jane Bowles age 4 years old Grandparents- Lillle Jane Bowles and Wendall Bowles. Great grandparent- J.G. Will- "7 i ' Courtney Brooke Davis Grandparents- Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Davis of Willow Wood Road- Ilinton Donald Keith ( D.K. ) Robertson age- 2 soil of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rob- ertson of Albany, Ohio. Grandparents- Mrs. Jo Marie Robertson and the late John N. Robertson of Beilepoint and Mrs. Nelva Hager and the late llarry Hager of Lewisburg. ,Is rues Christopher Briers Grandparents- Mrs. Paul Gar- ten of Talcott, W.Va. and Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Briers of Hinton Ryan Lee,Davis Grandlmrents- Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Davis of Willow Wood Road- Ilinton. Erin Leigh Cox age 1 Daughter of Roy and Wiekline Cox Sue Bryan Cantrell To: Papa and Granny Sharpe and Great Granny and Aunt Ida Mairs Marie. W. Va. -.- -. Daniel Ray Crawford age 2 Grandparents- Mr. and Mrs. George Williams of Hilidale and Mr. and Mrs. Odell Crawford of Forest Hill. Matthew Scott Robertson age- 4 months son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rob- ertson of Albany, Ohio. Grandparents- Mrs. Jo Marie Robertson and the late John N. Robertson of Bellepoint and lrs. Nelva Hager and the late Harry Hager of Lewisburg. Kevin Phelps age I yr. Great grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kelly Jennifer Front 8 years old Grandaughter of Mr. and E.M, Front of Wheeling, Bill Cooley age 7 son of Rhonda Rust Grandson of Mrs. Bessie line Ann Marie Ratliff age 6 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bi Ratllff