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J .e i Charles W. He~intzelman Jr., W. Vs. Distriet Governor, was In H/ate= reo~ t~ speak at a meeting d the llintou Kiwasds Ciil~ He has a uine year record of " Serfoct'~ attendance with the Kiwanis of 8untll Cbarlest~l. Hinton High School Class of 1964 is planning a 20th year FIRST AIDE CLASS ! class reunion. The Summers County Volunt- Several class members have Fire Department is spun- not been Incaterd. If anyone raring the Red Cross First Aide knows where the following peo- ~-~IU, to run Tuesday and pie may live now, please con- .~klay nights, starting on tact ~ Roy Farley, General 3rd at 6:00 P.M. Delivery, Pipestem, W. Va., or Cost is ZlO.00 including tmoks, call - 4O37. the classes will be held at the Aubrey William Adkins, Roy Station across from David Burdette, Robert Carl Urk's~ Hanifin, Donald Ray Lilly, Jo Both tnstrnctors are certified .Aim Searcher, Annie Mae Har. W the American Red Cross. ibison, and Carl Wickline. REVIVAL SERVICES Revival services will be held the Faith United Baptist Itl~h, March 26 - 31 at 7:00 M. nightly. - Thechurch is located on Re. 3 llWnen Pence Springs and ~tde Rest, Evangelist will be Ray- REVIVAL SERVICES Revival services will be held April 1 - 7 at Sandstone BaW tist Church with guest speaker Raymond Weiss. Services begin at 7:00 p.m. each night. Pastor George Cook invites everyone to attend. ond Weiss. Special singing lhtly. Everyone is invited. k -~ =- - - - mNTON LITTLE LEAGUE UNRISE SERVICE Sex v SIGN UPS Tha.e will be. a Sunrise -Senior l.~ague and Little ~ce conducted at the Blue- League sign ups will be Fri- rote Baptist Church, Easter day, March 30, at City Hall =~dmy morning April 22 at 6 from 6:00 P.M. to 8~0 P.M~ .M. . .Final Little League sign up The public is invited to att- and try out will be Satur- td this special service, day, March 31, at 1:00 P.M. at Little l.~agne Field. CHEMICAL PEOPLE ..Only new player will need to The Summers County sign up. Please bring birth ~mical People will meet certificate. mMay, April 2 at 7 p.m. The First practice for Little Lea. Im "For Parents Only - What gue will be April 2. Players wig lds Think About Marijuana" be contacted by their managers ill be shown. Also, Mrs. Mary about the time. ?nn Reynolds, Project Direc- Seasonwill open on May 5th. r from Beckley, will speak. Watch for information about meeting place will be Minor League and Tee - Ball. mounted on Hinton TV Chan- g 2 and WMTD radio. RUMMAGE SALE Rummage Sale will be held at old Welfare Office Building 131"(I Avenue April 2 from 9:00 1 ?. e Deh~x~atic W~ Club Smnmers County will be held l AI~ 14, 1964 at 7:00 p.m. in Memorial Building. There be a speaker and refresh- mrs will be served. AD interested womun are ged to attend. MEDNESDAY LUNCHEON Wednesday Club will meet at D0 p.m. April 4th for a lun- co, at the home of Mrs. R. C. Greenixier Drive, i th Mrs. A. G. Timberlake as =t hust . Please notify hostesses if un- to to attend. REVIVAL 8ERVICF_~ Revival services are in pro- at the Faith United BUP- t Church through March 31 at ~0 P.M.nightly. The chm'ch is rated un Re. 3 betwe Pmce ~mtand Riverside Rest. Evangelist is Ray- we . special .taping: ~htly. Pastor Ronnie Cook in- everyone to a.ttend. ! 8tarts Friday 5:30 Saturday 2:~ 8umlay ~:~ Ands: e Each Eveal . Klndorprtm, First & '~mmd Grade 8~leots FREE. All Others $1.~. I II I I ii i i, ii i I "FIRST-RATE COMEDYI Funny, erotJc and wlttyr' /tt 1110 Ritz ' ounty Men Tues(March 27,-1-9 84 ainwn Two aduate Two-thirds of the graduatb, g ~ ginia, and many of the others will be right here in the reg .... class of the Marshall Univer- sity School of Medicine will ion", he said. " The students. serve their residencies in West are going into excellent pus- ~ M [S$[I M~ WIIIll Bt/i itions, with the majority going . . Virginia or adjoining states, to university teaching hoSlP ~ .......... C i Dean Robert W. Coon has ann- itals, which shows that our ounced, students are performing well 0V~i ~ ~ ~/~'S, ~ ~I~ ~ ~ Ir~ "Our students did extremely and are sought after ." well in the residency matching Coon added that the school i. program. Thirty- six percent Sh0Wl [~Ig ~ ~ It ~11 Jl~ if W * : - attracted an especially good will be staying in West Vir- group of incoming residents, both from Marshall and from' W0 woldd l dl -l l B other schools. - * The Marshall School of Med- icine graduates ( by home- R~OI~ ~ ~ IN 2111 ~ ~~ Come ~ Come All to the " town) and their residency sites Spring Music Festival" at the are : Secretary of State A. James Manchin. who is West Virginia's Forest Hill School on April 6, "-.NIMITZ - A, Matthew Ell- ~ Sllll~__ C~ ~ ,. chief Electiou Official, is shown accepting the " Certificate of 1984 from 6:00 to 9:00 with ison, SpartanburgGenerat HOS- Announcement" from Charles G. Brown. Mr, Brown who is a pital, South Carolina; ii~ Democratic candidate for the Office of Attorney General, flledhis music to start at 7:00 by Joe |m and Jack Cales also Terry and . .UNION - James W. Banks ._- papers at 12:0Z A.M. on February27, therefore, becoming the first Jack Upton. Ill, St. Vincent Hospital, Inc. person to file for office anywhere in West Virginia for the There wi]lbehotdogswithall .............. upcoming June primary, trimming, popcorn, pop, coffee, homemade cakes and snacks. Browse around the Country Sigma Meets Store for a hand made craft. - .... They're will aLso a drawing SIXTH ANNUAL CONSIGNMENT SALE for a hand painted Ceramic Canister Set and a Cabbage FARM EQUIPMENT - LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT top. Dresswear is defined by Patch Doll Replica. Win a cake Members and guests of Beta elegant simplicity, and some of Sigma Phi Sorority enjoyed a the more popular fabrics in- in the Cake Walk. WE WILL BE OFFERING THE FOLLOWING LOCATED AT THE WEST VIRGINIA Admission will be $1.00 STATE FAiR GROUNDS, ROUTE 219 SOUTH fashion show Monday evening, .clude linen, madras, and chain- adults. 50cents children but LEWISBURG- FAIRLEA; WE~ST VIRGINIA ON March t9, at Kes]er's Inc. The bray. show entitled" Spring is Here" Karen Bragg won a $25.00 gift save your ticket stub for the was presented by Mary Ann certificate complimentory of door prize to be won at the end SATURDAY - - MARCH 31, 1984 Meador of Kesler's. Kesler's. of the evening. Local models were featured At the conclusion of the show ..... AT -- -- 9:00 A.M. wearing a variety of fashions hostess Robin Johnson served The Women's Resource for Spring including dress, cas- refreshments to the following: Center will present a trainingTRACTORS..~FORDS, CUBS, INTERNATIONALS, JOHN DEERE. LONGS, DAVID BROWNS, ual, swimwear, and accessor- Lynn Crowder, Lin Ford, Con- program for all interested per- MASSEY FERGUSONS, CASE, ALLIS-CHALMERS-- ALSO - A good ss4ectio~ of 1,2,3,and 4 bottom plows, new and used rotary cutters, pull type end 3 pt. hitch new and amid dil, Side end 3pt. ies. Models included Lynn An- hie Newton, Nancy Cales, Nat- sons on April 3, 1984 at 7:00p.m. mowers, 3 pt. and pull type rakes, spreaders, balers, wagons, post hole dividers, 6 and 7 ft. blldes, drick, Barbara Parmer, Bethalie Cales, Alice Rider, Irene at City Hall. The center is t and 2 row cultivators, elevators, hay binds-various makes, mower-conditioners, choppers, wood saws, Bennett, Janet Davis, PaulaOsborne, Betty Jo Basham, located at Glen White in Pal- lawn end garden tractors and implements, and other farm related equipment. Crook, Nancy Richmond, Donna Dillon, Ann Ewing, Row- eigh County and serves victims Sharon Cole, Mona Hutchison, ena Tassos, Ann 6ore, Mary of domestic violence in a seven Used tools of all kinds. ~ NEW TOOLS--- Autumn Pivont, Kelly Honaker, Ann Brown., Deanna LaBelle,county area. Summers County Donna Mock, Christa Lytle, Kathieen Timberlake, Linda is served by this excellent TERMS ~ CASH OR GOOD CHECK. NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNTILSETTLED FOR. ,Kim Honaker, and Jennifer La Lytle, Janet Bennett, Karenfacility and should become I.D. required Belle. Bragg, Angie Vandall, Judy familiar with tile services they SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING DEALERS , Mrs.-Meador noted that the Gore, Robir~ Ford, Barbara provide. one niece iumveuit is back on Yates, Threase Lilly, Nadine The most frequent crime in MILLER'S IMPLEt~ENT FAIRLEA, EQUIPMENT CO. the fashion scene this Spring as. Woodrum, and Belinda Smith. the county is violence against ~wisb~rg- 304.497-2777 Fairlea - 30~2400 well as the split skirt and crov. women. A recent report states a woman is beaten every 18 GREENSRIER TRACTOR SALES; INC. KIOD TRUCK & iMPLEMENT Free Blood Typing Results ~oo. in the United States. L~wis~u,0-30~-645-,7,2 Foidea.304,64~-1200 ' Summers County is notexempt Which Were You? from thisseriousproblemand ,we need to know how to assist AUCTIONEER; EDGAR A, BOHRER women and children who find 304.229-8354 The Summers County Hos- day outnumber O, Rh positive themselves in these situations. pital Laboratory was quite pl- individuaLs. The data compiled The center has a 24 hour help THIS IS A CONSIGNMENT SALE SPONSORED BY THE ABOVE NAMED DEALERS. FARMERS eased with the community res- at the clinic seems to support line 255 - 2559, but volunteers AND DEALERS, IF YOU HAVE IDLE, UNUSED EQUIPMENT, CONSIGN WITH US AND LET US pouse to the f:'ee blood typing this prediction as A, Rh posit- TURN THOSE ITEMS INTO CASH FOR YOU. clinic held in conjunction with ive individuals out - numbered and support groups are needed COMMISSION RATES: 20% on ell small items --tools. etc. to assist with counceling and Farm equipment, cars, trucks, etc. 10%, 1st 200 --6% on balance per piere, the 15th. Anniversary Celebrat- O, Rh positive individuals by a itransportation. ,. ion of Summers County Hos-factor of almost 2 from only a VINES, Inc. is pleased to we will be accepting consi0nments between the hours of 8AM and 6PM on Tuesday, March 27. pital. The typing clinic was held small pcpulus of the Hinton sponsor this needed training in Wednesday, March 28, Th'ursday, March 2S, end Friday. March 30. Equipment purchased must be Friday, March 9, 1984, from area. This could he a good removed by Wadnesday: storage charges will bl made after that dlate. For further information cell our area. Anyone interested is any of the above listed phone numbers -- Edger Bohrer or call Fairle# Motel )-304-645-7070 Room 10AM to 3PM. representation of the nation as invited to participate but those 17 after 7- from Tuesday, March 27 through April 1. A total of.94 individuals were a whole. Are A, Rh positive typed and the following stab individuals all ready outnumb- who find themselves in helping istics have been compiled by ering O, Rh positive individuals professions such as doctors, NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ON PREMISES the Lab Technical Director, ~ teachers, social workers, law MS. Nesta Wickline, B.S,M.T. ( Watch for future articles for enforcement, ministers, etc. ASCP): 42 per cent were typed the answer to this question and are urged to attend. LUNCH WILL BE AVAILABLE A, Rh positive; 24 per cent, O, other blood group related ~ 'Rb positive; 11 per cent, A, Rh questions as a means to inform negative; S per cent, B, Rh the public. positive; 4 per cent, B, Rh The Summers County ~negative; 9 per cent, ORhHospital Laboratory Staff positive; and 2 per cent were would like to thank you for your typed AB, Rh positive. There participation in the celebration " was only one AB, Ra negative, of the Hospital's 15th Ann- ~ - In the past, O, Rh positive has iversary. The lab takes pride in been considered to be the most this much needed facility in this " common" blood typeamong area and we would like to individuals in this country, extend our gratitude to those Geneticists predict that A, Rh who share our pride in Sum- ~ ' positive individuaLs will some mers County Hospital. FOR IlffORMATION LEAOIN6 TO THE ARREST i, AHD CONVICtiON OF PERSON OR PERSONS SF..tLING FIREARMS FROM THE HOME OF RICHARD ECKLE AT GREEN SULPHUR SPRINES se,o two eo Texaco Havoline 011 " THE WEB OF MARCH 16th solid t.0 TO t,t9. Buy 5, get ft.50 i - striped camp shirts HD30 or 40W40, Limit 5. RIFLE: or populor color RUGER 1 B .?A3 cal. serial No. 130.39846 panfs with pleats, "Made in the 200th. year of American Freedom" \ / c rawstrings & more Leupold scope 12x / inspring fabrics. : Junior, misses' ancl nuger rings / extra sizes FOr RUGER 77 R .3~ cal. serial No. 70- z0sss Delta Paper black fore end tip " ' Leupold scope 2 x 7 serial No. K 28105~ Towob Ruger rings R(H~IUIOIIy 67'. Get one-ply Browning Auto ~LR Serial No. 09349757 absorbent sheets Browning scope 4X serial No. D37081 roll, Umlt 4. Redfield rings & base Win. Mod. 70 .226 Swift serial no. 132582 ( PRE' 64) stainless steel barrel Leupoid 12X scope serial No. O~97i Pair Conetrol rings & base Pantyhose Each size fashion & I:x slc Listerlne SHOTGUN: COlOr or queen size hose. Mouthwash Browning Lightning Skeet serial No. 5747S69 Suppod, XL Queen And 12 Ga. over - under ToxhJfod Fash|ofl A RegUlarly 2.99. made in Belgium Pantyhole .............. ~ .69 slg ~2 our.~ size antiseptic. ...... , Limit 2, Ruger Red Label serial No. 05927 ' 20 Ga. over - under (M&I) HANDGUN: f Ruger Security Six serial No. 155 - 38640 .357 Mag 4 tncb stainless steel hiack ______Ladies' Canvas Shoea Smith & Wessun mod. 38 Compare At 0.97. Ladies' Delicious fashion color shoes with rub- Pocks Cookies 38 spec 2 inch blue barrell & ~.ramc ":"=::=: bar soles and toe bumpers. Richard E.ckle Girls' Sizes. .5.99 Reg. 2 Foe q. Se t a .......... oven fresh P.O. Box25 Green Sulphur Springs, WV. 25966 Prices Good At All,Family Dollar Stores Through The '~ Weekend While Quantifies Laid. Quantities Limited Mm, y .S~l~,s 1:~ ~l~m. " -~-, " Call collect On Some Items. NO,~:IIII TO Dealeri. . i I I III