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f Tu6s. March 27, 1984-Hinton News-3 Judge Plans County Visit Justice Sam R. Harshbarger Justice Sam R. Harshbarger of the West Virignia Supreme Court of Appeals, who has fried for re election, will visit in Summers County on Tuesday, April 3. "I want to call at every newspaper in the State and see as many county officials as possible, before the primary election", he said. " This will be my second trip around West Virignia in the campaign. People should have an opport- "uniW to know my views about the administration of justice and our court system." Harshharger, 55, lives in Mil- ton and was fwst elected to the Supreme Court in 1976. He plans to he at the Sum- mers County Courthouse at 3:00 p.m. WEST VIRGINIA UNIVEJ SIT' CNP[UTIV[ EXTENSION $1rltVlC[ IlOU[ AS|ICUUUR[ YOUTH By Robert H. Oaber Extension Agent From A Patient's Of View By Wflma Duncan High Blood Pressure is known as the silent killer be- cause it has very few symptoms. But, high blood pr- essure has many effects on our health and our lives. The simplest way of explain- ing what blood pressure is is by telling you that the blood flows through your arteries with a force. Each time the heart beats, the pressure increases. Each time the heart relaxes, the pressure goes down. If your blood pressure is too high, the conditidn can lead to strokes and heart attacks. These are just a few quest- ions that people ask when they find out that they have high blood pressure: What the causes of high blood pressure? Only about 10 percent of the causes are known. They are kidney disease, too much sod- ium (salt), birth control pills, and pregnancy (eclampsia). Also, studies have shown that emotional stress plays a big part. Some drugs can cause high blood pressure. Smoking and being overweight are other known causes. What are the symptoms? One of the most important symptoms is no symptom. Ev- en when high blood pressure does produce a reaction in your body, such as headaches, diz- ziness, fatigue, or weakness, these symptoms may not be recognized foi" what they are since they are common to many other disorders. Most people discover they have high blood pressure only after visiting a doctor. What happens when the doctor finds out that I have high blood pressure? You are often put on a series of anti - hypertensive drugs. Side effects from the mediat- ions are apt to make you feel poorly, compared to earlier. However, do not give up tak- ing your blood pressure med-. icine. These drugs are meant to bring the pressure to normal and keep it there. What is the best treatment besides drug? You need reassurance and counsel concerning the need for relaxation. If you are over- weight, you will need to lose it. Exercise plays an important part in controlling high blood pressure, so become more act- ive with the right kind of exer- cise. You need to stay on a low sodium diet. Learn how to deal with stress. Have your blood pressure checked often. Teach your family and friends how to help by taking blood pressure and encouraging you in your new life style. What are the best ways of preventing high blood pressure? Practicing a healthy, active life. Early treatment of kidney trouble and obesity can mean the difference between a nor- mal or ailing life. This disease need not be known as the silent killer if we all would take better care of our health. Extension Homemakers Although there was not a green leaf or a flower any- where in sight, the Extension Homemakers of Clayton - Gr- Lffith Creek looked at slides of wild flowers that they may later be seeing in walks in the woods. The group met at Rns- ita Blevins on February 23 which is their ~'egular meeting day, the fourth Wednesday of the month. On March 28 they will meet at the home of Sharon Hypes to plan the program for the next year. Guests are welcome at all meetings and may become members if they wish. Members present were Linda and Mary Ann Milan, Myrtle and Maple Grimmett, Jean Bailengee, Beverly Miller, Jackie May, Rosita Blevins, and Sharon Hypes. Bonnie Wickline was a guest. Hospital Auxiliary Meets The Summers County Hos- pital Auxiliary met Monday, March 19, 1984, at 7:00 p.m. at the hospital with Marie Sharpe, President, presiding. The meet- ing opened with Uene Edwards giving the auxiliary prayer. Routine business was trans- acted and Mrs. Sharpe gave a report on the Legislature Sess- ion she and Katherine Willey - attended in Charleston. Mrs. Sharpe introduced: Mrs. Ida Stennett, Director of "i Nursing at the Summers Co- unty Hospital, who gave a talk on !' Nursing Services". A social hour was enjoyed by the following members: Ocie Bruce, Marie Sharpe, Vernon Mairs, Margaret Shupe, Louise Dillon, Genevieve Martin, Ilene Ed- wards, Pauline Smith, Luella Birth A son Thomas Russell was born to Mr. and Mrs Murrell Triplett March 19 at Lawrence County Hospital in Akron, Ohio. Grandparents are Betty Spongier of True and Mr. and Mrs. Murrell Tripplett, Sr. of Akron, Ohio. Cale, Lillian Alderson, Jr. Ald- erson, Edith Mae Moore, Edith Burroughs, Betty Allen, Gladys Caldweli, Nell Lilly, Janet Chesne, Mary Helen Seldomridge, Ruby Wheeler, Bob McCoy, Bertha ; McCoy, Clara Burton, Kather- ine Willey, Melvina Miller, Pe- Nichols. iFor The: ,'REST Antenna ! Sys s i CheCk.With J T. V. & Electronics Mart In Downtown Hint0n 206 TemPle Street 466-2755 Financing Available Items & Prices Good In Hinton \ , .HOME ORCHARDS - A new publication from the WVU Cooperative Extension Service offers help for the home or- ehaz; st. "Home Orchard Manage- ment" is a bulletin that pro- " vides the most updated inform- ation on the care and maint- enance of fruit trees to prod- uce good, '" home - orchard" quality fruit. Production of app- les, peaches, pears, plums, ch- erries, nectarines and apricots is discussed with an emphasis on W. Va. climate and soil conditions. The bulletin explains such planning steps as site select- ion and orchard layout; plant- ing considerations such as re- commended times, soil prepar- ation and care of nursery stock; and growing practices such as irrigation, tree supp- ort; pruning and training, and control of diseases and pets. F_~r~[~section is written by aF~l~riate WVU Extension specialists in hortieultm'e, en- tomology and plant pathology. Detailed descriptions of spraying equipment and pest- icides are provided, also step - by - step instructions on pre- paration and application of sp- rays for the home grower, and a Fruit Grower's Diet- ionary" for reference. A particularly valuable section is the fruit grower's :calendar, which shows when -each step in the fruit - grow- ing process should be perfor- med. You may order your copy of the " Home Orchard Manage- ment" bulletin by sending a check for $2.75 ( payable to West Virignia University) to the WVU Experiment Farm, P. O. Box 3~, Kearneysville, WV 25430. Ask for Publication No. 0M100. ..EUONYMUSScALE - This insect, when abundant, looks like frost on green leaves and stems of Euonymus, Bitters- weet, and Pachysandra. Fern- ale scales concentrate on st- ems and are roughly pear- shaped, brownish, and about 1- 16 inch long. Males, which are white and narrow, congregate in large numbers on the un- dersides of leaves. Immature scales, or "crawlers", appear as golden specks on leaves. There are two generations per Spray in DORMANT s mon, before new MANT oil, in 3 gallons of For " crawlers" spray twice. 10 days apart, in May, then repeat the two sprays in July, or when crawlers are observed. Use MALATHION, two - thirds cup of 25 per cent WP in 3 gallons of water I ADVERTISED ITEM POLICY 1[a~h o~ ~.o odverhled dems is required to be reodliy avolloble ~. sole in ec~h Kroner Store ~elcept ell lePecif~co',, noted *n ~hil od. If we do run out O} On advertised dem we will offer you your choice of e icomporob'q item when OVOi|Obler reflecting the tome isov,ngs o a roinfheck ~vhifh will entitle you tO purchole ithe odv~.rt,sed item at the advertised pric~e within 30 II doys Only one vendor coupon will be ocfeptedper item ~[~ purchotp.~ f TOTAL SATISFACl~ION GUARANTEE I iEverythi~g you buy at Koger it guaronteed for your totol l satisfaction regotdless of monufocturer If you Ore not i l.o,,...d ,,o.., w,,, ,.,o,. y ........ ,,h ,h ..... bro~d o~ a ornpo~obi~ b~ond ~r ~efund your ~urchate price COPYRIGHT t984 THE KROGER CO ITEMS AND PRICES GOOD SUND*.Y MARCH 2S THROUGH SATURDAY MARCH 3t 1914 tN HINTON WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES NONL SOLD TO DEALERS U.S.D.A. GRADE A Holly Farms Whole lb. LIMIT 4 PLEASE t QUARTERS Blue Bonnet Margarine $10,00 PURCHASE J.S.D,A INSPECTED HOLLY FARMS Mixed Fryer Ports. ,b. U,S.D.A GRADE A HOLLY FARMS Cut Up Fryers . U.S.D.A GRAOE HOLLY FARMS CUT UP Country Style Fryers ........ *b: VAC PACK Kroger Whole Kernel Corn Pak Gal. Jug PINT RETURNASLE DOT ,,..... MTN. DEW PEPSi FREE Diet Pepsi or Pepsi C01a PLUS DEPOSIT Bright Liquid Bleach LIMIT I PLEASE