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v 8 ;Jl di el e; IC el Ir Ci h t( d i.&lt; e: ti rl tl # 12-Hinton News Thurs. Feb. 14, 1980 Mayor W.S. Wicker signs proclamation designating Feb. 10- 16 ".Iaycee-ette Week" in Summers County. With the Mayor are : Pat Meador. Laura Richmond, Cathy Whitehead, Sandy Go- ins and Debbie Clark. f'ewly elected officers (left to right): Front row - Jenny Lee s'tlt.on, devotimml leader; Betty Lane. treasurer; back row - Venila Richmond. secreiary; Wilma Meadows, president; tlarolyn Richnmnd. vice- president. Newly Organized Extension Club Holds Meeting '['he first Tuesday of each Homemakers displayed and month will be the regular meet- explained various crafts which mg date for a newly organ/- they had handmade. Study pl- zed Extension ttomemakers CI- .tb in Ihe Jumping Branch- Nimitz area. The organizational meeting was held at the home of Mrs. t'irginia Vaughn at Nimitz, and lhe following officers were el- ected: Mrs. Wilma Meadows, presidenl; Mrs. Carolyn Rich- niond, vice- presidenl: Mrs. Venita Richmond, secretary; Mrs Betty Lane. treasurer: Mrs. Jenny Lee Ell/son, devot. renal leafier. A follow-up meeting was held , the home of Mrs. Wilma Meadows. and the members ans were discussed, and the group decided to begin with first-aid training. Those attending the follow-up meeting were : Betty Lane, Barbara Crook, Elizabeth Ed- wards, Jenny Lee Nancy Browning, Diane Hind- son. Veita Richmond, Mildred Lilly, (.lena L,ee Cooper, Mart- ina Williams. Tina Lilly, Lula Shales, Regina Cochran, Lalon Ell/son, Ruby Lester, Carolyn Richmond, Mildred Criddle, Janey Angell, Jo E. Canterbury, Virginia Wilcox, Linda Lilly, Ann Keaton, helena FIBRUARY' l, 14, 15, 16 Fashion Basic! Misses' Knit Tops .:::,: 3-Piece Living Room Set INCLUDES SOFA, LOVE SEAT AND CHAIR Contemporary grouping in Herculon olefin upholstery that s long-wearing and stain-resistant. Choice of room-enhancing E $98 plates. Kiln-dr,!ed hardwood frames, heavy spring construc- tion. Sofa,: 84 Lx32"Dx27 H. Love Seat: 60"Lx32"Dx27 'H. Chair: 35 'Wx32"Dx27"H. (Tables and lamps not included). Sorry, no lay-aways on this item. Soft knit tops in easy- care nylon or nylon/poly- ester. Variety of solid colors or stripes. Short sleeves. Sizes S, M, L. Girls' Classic Casuals! Sporty T-Tops r 9 Kodel polyester/cotton. Scoop neck, cop sleeves. Sizes 7-14. eTM Ealtmon Chemical Producli Girls Colorful Denim Jeans "-g. 00P94 Cotton or cotton/polyester in solid colors. Zip front, accent stitching. Some with front pock- ets. Slim or regular sizes 7-14. ilume78 r F Re ..Maude Williams after wori in the Diet i. Williams receive and faithful se son" WARM Bric TO MEET Leaf Chapl r of the Easterr de,Pilled to ask the Volunteer Keaton, Mary Alice Mace, Wll- *COZY Febin Fire Department of ,lumping ma Meadows, Janice Thomp- AM-FM Portable Hall. li !ranch. Nimitz for the use of son Virginia Vaughn and El- I at 7:30 P.M. Iheir conmunity room for fut- izath Bare Room-Sized Polyester Rug j Stereo Radio and Cassette Recorder 'ANCAi:EBRE! >ire met, ting,. "Tempest", luxurious shag  ! 4JAI I Two built-in mikes. Pushbutlon  J 1 le ttinton K/wan rug in polyester. Beauti- 1, l tliF | recorder with pause control, qJU " 1 M,P''JE lSor a pancake I Meter checks tar tuning, recoed, J I Women Of Moose Waffled, non-sllpbacklng. I battery. 3-digit tape counter. __ ful two-tone solid colors. l :hlfromTA.M | Tape, radio, sleep swilch. Many ........ atholie Church Approximately 8V2 x I I '/=', SAVE*IO  'il ' 1 more feoturesl Batteries extro. SAVE 1t30 iekets are S2 00 H?ld Ch apter , I [ ISTRICTN r . ,.. I I ae LPN Associal room liS I , eetln ' be c g" n g " 1F,,==r ll:t,,t.,, J Men s Stretch ,[t 7 p M at tb Nz t Meetin _ .__ I Tube Socks =.....: u,...,.. ty So'ptl c The Women of the Moose mony and the Mooseheart En- /l00l ! Parsons Table de=onvoSUr'E/ ('hapter No. 1393 held their dowment fund pledge and / I I 2 and stretch nyln M' l Regular'5"4" ' 'rtment will cimpter night meeting Feb. 5, at., march were observed  SfE 99 Crew length Cushion zed '7:30 at the Moose.H.ome.. Sen- Balloting was favorable for ::;:,or Lorlon.DuPontTMfil sizes 8 toll. || ' |itUAL' ER on Satu wr llegent, Virginia Llddon one candidate. Minutes of prev- blend of eolian/stretch J 0hi 5 30 until 7 called the meeting to order and ious meeting were read and Colorful 'Monopoly" Pattern / |ble, wer-reslstant I nylon. Fit sizes 10 to 14, Jl : " II |tc Ose indoors/outdoors. , l,  rSon School inlrduced the Itspiral Chair" approved, Thank you notes read I  y o clean. Removable legs., mali, MildredMeador, whowas and sick cards signed for ili Co- Plush Pile Decorator Rugs A" I ._ .  J<etsarel iber-adults$21n sa ocorted to the alter and in- workers. I1 (IMI ,z.,I I 1 enunder 12.: trodilced the members of her Corres nd Plush pile solid color center   ..... P elricecnststedf ' a00ckeckerbx'fi00/D00:rn -------- IlClll I0011 also be avai c>inrnitiee and hcr guest speak- information concerning Chapt- polyester. Furry-look, solid col- I 1 'lil dil 1 'rs Frank Mann and Mark t er Rally Day which will he held | or border of Verel modacrylic/  V <Willis, Ambulaneedriversserv- March 2, 1980 with Oak Hill as acrylic. Non-skid back. Resists // J ig Summers CTunty Hostess Chapter The meeting I mildew, non-aJlergenlc 28x45" I l  lll ell ,  ..... ,ou,oo,  _--v,. -_- - Illl Ilml 1t II 1 ITARYBOAR Tlly explained !tie services will begin promptly at 1:30 P.M. 1 Vetel'lM[ ....... Cheml:lPmd, v .... l li!eE.Ml.scoul.dgiveandexpl- Collegian Nellie Miller will be ! -"--"--Illlll :.<:.. I/ I",t,i, lll"A,ilL<iiJll regular mon amed lheir duties. Frank exp- invested with her l,d Stole with I Inlllll  | --,-s_.l 10 P.M. 'rue; htined the signs and signals of a Collegian Vergie O Bryan as jn- hearl attack andwhat to do and vesting officer. I  Outdoor Carpet Gillette I --- 9th. ' gave other information on HintonChapter No. 1303 will , 44 " J SunBeam Mist Stick " -"" Cricket Lighter J [R / ,,:ssed the,mportance of gwing members are urged to attend. J t yard ;pl96 leg, 11" e for 1 1 Batteries' MONDAY, tl,e proof names and direct- Dinners were announced for Rg,. 4" J R " - B . tlR, ions when calling an ambul- February 9th, March 4th, and egular 74 Eo. I PKG. OF i'e iRUARYZ2 ante Ttleir explanation was' March 7th An " i , ' r " " ' " ' y and all help in 27 Wide ; i Style, Curls in minutes, Vented BAK Allows Butane ,,oh,er. V,s,b,e ,u.,. I 4 IPlP ,da Febr, mwr,tlng as well as lniormat- serving these dinners is appre- j Aclustable flame. Disposable. 1 nRRY NO |I)AV - WA[ ire. lney were presented gifts elated by the Hospital Chairman MaP: The i.,oyal Order of Moose will i Mist TO Moisturize hair. I RAINCl4[CKS }IDAY - tED dredMeadorasatokenofher lettheSeniorCitizensusethe , ,_  , ! !,s].Febr . appreciation for their service, hall for a Covered Dish dinner    1-.._"-'"7 ,2, Y _ , '" ' " ' " i .  II/A .t0n , uente lhe Hospital Committee will i and Valentine Square Dance on ==/" li' ]Unch. Mini 1 send a chcek to Mooseheart to Friday, February 15th. Dinner I/ il i!and hospita purchase >ards and stationary beginning at 6 P.M Co- work, for the elderly living at Moose- ers are asked to help with the Etli[|  ll .,neday, Fe haven arid a cheek to MoOse-: arrangements and caring fov ' " .... ,][ n Center- heart for the Scholarship Fund.' the hall. ,r ':<''' ll,jltd (Advocacy ( '/lle inept/rig continued in reg- Meeting closed with prayer, ,. ,.'" ":" }J ] J  .lunch. B] ular Ritualistic Order. prayer, and Sr Regent adjourned thel  l@ -'..1 ,.At,'llild, .11, lie. Brooks fr flag salute, ng, America meeting - \\;\\\' i" PalnRellevet III , II II ,7t7. II ' am Mini 1 Declaration of devotion in the Delicious refreshments were  and Antacid  principles of our Order and served to fifteen officers ant Alka.Seltzer declaration of Loyalty to our Co-workers. ' Agree" Shampoo Lavoris Kleenex Cards Flavorful Cookies Center-t chapter. The nine o' clock eere- #i e or Creme Rinse Mouthwash-Gargle For Everyday Use Ideal For Snacks and Conditioner Febru 1 56e.,M,, ,oxo, 47" ,.,.,oo., 25 TABLETS 128 LIMIT 2 EACH NO RAINCH|CK$ 3 10 Bag m l Choose Birthday, Sympathy Choice of tasty Ooimeol Mini- BUS 12 OUNCE SIZE 24 OZ. "1" 4 OZ. FREE BOX OF 200 or AIbOccasion assortments, or delicious Cocoa Chip, Big selection at formulas. Bold breath.refreshmenfl Choose white or colors. SORRY, NO RAINCHECKS SORRY, NO RAINCHECKS SENIOR Feb Rainbows are seen more often in the morning than in COUNTRY ROADS PLAZA--BELLEPOINT ROAD, HINTON vi the evening.  FIIIF IH'eN'