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,i,,,,,:, ......... SENIOR NEWS Reflections of Area Sport S Second Ave. and Summers St. Partially funded by the W.Va. Commission on Aging By Lin Gains Menu: Pork chops, mashed pota- toes, broccoli, sliced peaches, bread. SPRING JAMBOREE The W.Va. Bowhunters Associa- tion will hold their annual Spring Jamboree on Apr. 5, 6, & 7. Hosted by Wadcutters Sportsmen Club at Summersville, WV. The event will start Fri. with dealers set-ups and hunting video's. (Dealers are invited to come. NO set- up fee for Dealers). Sat. will begin with a 28 3-D Shoot from 8:00-5:00. Len Cardinals noted bowhunter, lecturer, and staffwriter for Bowhunter Magazine will be on hand during the day to give advice and answer questions on bow hunt- ing. He will also give a seminar on whitetail deer Sat. night. Novelty shoots, including a running deer target, and door prizes will be given away on both days, Sat. & Sun. Sun. the 3-D shoot will be from Sandstone Ele mentary School Honor Roll FIRST GRADE "O" Carl Blevins, R.E. Dick, Lacie: Gunter, Porter Meadows, Alicia Miller. "B" Tony Caies, Mike Ramsey, James Vandall. SECOND GRADE "O" Teresa Bowles. "B" Hobert Dick, Jennifer Dick, Jon- athan Miller, Michael Richmond, Stephanie Ward. THIRD GRADE "O" Angola Gwinn, Anna Gwinn, Joni Harrah, MT. Jones, Lia Merila, Beau Richmond, Leslie Shaffer, Eric Wick- line. "13" Lloyd Dick, Diana Gill, Kenneth Fleshman, Timothy Poticher, Crys- tal Vandall, Steven Ward. FOURTH GRADE "A" Bradley Burdette, Eric Gwinn, Catherine Holt, Ellen Scott. "B" Christy Burdette, Joey Bennett, Jessie Carraway, Jillian Surbaugh, Jay Yancey. FIFTH GRADE "A" Kevin Ward. "13" Ira England, Matthew Merila, Amanda Rose. SIXTH GRADE A" Tammy Bowles, Ellen Holt, Re- gina Martin, Christina Miller, Chris- topher Miller, Joy Shaffer. aB,, Amy Gill, Michael Martin, Heath Ward. SEVENTH GRADE "A" Davonna Bowles, Melinda Gwinn. "B" Tonya Campbell, Kelly Roberts, Natasha Mize, Marvin Plumley, David Poticher. EIGHTH GRADE "A" Kim Hartwell, Julie Johnson. "B" Dewayne Bowles, Stacey Martin, John Mize, Hettie Plumley, Jo Ellen Simms, NINTH GRADE UA None. "B" John Burdette, Renee England, Kim Gwinn, Michele Gwinn, Eric Shuck, Robin Williams. 10:00-2:00. Interested persons and dealers may contact Larry Atkins at (304) 872-5239 or Ronald S. Saloky at (304) 534-3914 for more informa- tion. VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT There will be a women's double elimination volleyball tournament on Apr. 7. Entry fee is $40.00. Interested teams should contact Okey Mills at 294-4099 or 294-4537. SCHOOL MENU Hinton High School Week of Apr. 3-5 BREAKFAST Wed. Apr. 3 Fruit or Juice, Scrambled Egg, Toast - Jelly, Milk. Thurs. Apr. 4 Fruit or Juice, Cinnamon Raisins, Biscuit or Roll, Milk, *Cereal. Fri. Apr. 5 Juice, Super Donut, Milk, *Cheese Toast. LUNCH Wed. Apr. 3 Chicken on Whole Wheat, Let- tuce/Tomato, Broccoli, Fruit, Milk. Hot Bar. Salad Bar. Thurs. Apr. 4 Ham and cheese on whole wheat, Lettuce/tomato, Fruit, Milk. Hot Bar. Salad Bar. Fri. Apr. 5 Macaroni/meat/cheese, Green Beans, Roll, Milk. Hot Bar. Salad Bar. Fruit. NOTICE Call Avis School for free light housecleaning and yard work. Ask for Diania. Thurs. Apr. 4 Menu: Potato soup, turkey sand- wich, kale greens, sliced pineapple/ cottage cheese. Activities: VITA Income Tax As- sistance 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Bingo for prizes after lunch. Fri. Apr. 5 Menu: Baked ham, sweet pota- toes, green beans, ice cream, rolls. Activities: Monthlybirthday party for Seniors observing birthdays in Apr. Gosepl sing at 11:15. Man. Apr. 8 Menu: Meatloaf/gravy, buttered rice, green beans, fruit cocktail, bis- cuits. Activities: Board of Directors meeting at 1:00 p.m. Bible study at 11:15. Tues. Apr. 9 Ham salad sandwich, tomato soup, baked potato, pear halves, bread. Menu changes may occur due to the unavailability of certain foods or due to circumstances beyond our control. Scheduled Bus Trips Apr. 9 -- Beckley Apr. 19 -- Mercer Mall Pence Springs to Hinton Apr. 5 and Apr. 17 BROADWAY SHOW National Tour Broadway Show "Side By Side" by Sondheim will be held Sun. Apr. 28 at 8 PM at the Charleston Civic Center Municipal Auditorium. Ticket prices: $17.50 and $15.00 - All seats reserved. For ticket purchase call Ticket- master Charleston Area 342-5757 or toll free in W.Va., Oh., and Ky. 1- 800-877-1212. Tues. April 2, 1991 Hinton News - 7 What's Happening at H. H. S. The following article about the Training Table at Hinton High. School recently appeared in "State Ed" published by the W. Va. Dept. of Education. TRAINING TABLE Summers, Jackson Piloting "Diet for Winners' Concept State school food service educa- tors will use the powerful tool ofpeer influence in a new campaign to pro- mote both low fat and complex car- bohydrate food selections by stu- dents--and it will be evident during National School Nutrition Aware- ness Month in Mar. Meanwhile, another not-so-secret weapon called Training Table is getting a full-fledged trial run in Summers County and Jackson County schools and it, too, recog- nizes the power of peer influence. Schools in Logan County, Lewis County and Putnam County are considering implementing it, too. "The Training Table program, as the name suggests, is geared to the nutritional needs of high-activity students such as athletes. But it is suitable for all students, especially those with high-performance life- styles," said Harriet ]:)eel, state Department of Education director of child nutrition. "Akey component of the program is the way the menu modification is explained by coaches and teachers. It also calls for active participation by parents, adminis- trators and food service personnel. Developed by child nutritionists in Portland, Ore., public schools and widely adopted across the U.S., the Training Table approach places emphasis on expanding student knowledge about the link between diet and performance. Diet for Winners A diet for winners--and those who want to be--has a special appeal to non-athletes, too, Deel pointed out. "The Training Table recognizes the reality of peer influence. If we in child nutrition can properly channel it and let it work for the benefit of students who make more healthful food selections, all concerned are better off." Kathy Talley, a coordinator in the state child nutrition unit, helped implement the Summers County Training Table effort last year-- and is enthusiastic about it. rhe pro- gram offers a unique opportunity for teenagers to add that extra dimen- sion of nutrition to their fitness routine," she said. "Summers County's school food service employ- ees are working hard to ensure the success of the program. Both school and community have joined in :the effort to give Hinton High School students that extra edge." When we say we clean it, we mean it. € 1966  slmmer Itmmmlmrml. Inc SPRING FESTIVAL OF CLEANIN6 VALUES 10% OFF Our Already Reasonable Prices l CARPET g UPB]I.SIERY, ALSO VEIIICLE INTERIORS CALL TOOAY FOR l FREE ES11MATE (304) 6457198 Offer expires April 30, 1991 i Z:  1985, Stanley Steemer International, Inc.. .2_' I J J 18 I SUNDAY ,p,,L / Forest Hill School Honor Roll Fourth Six Weeks Honor Roll FIRST GRADE Teacher:. Cathy Harvey 0 Christopher Mitchell, Amanda Logan. S Susan Bucldand. SECOND GRADE Teacher:. Cathy Harvey O Lindeey Dillon. S Crystal Barker, Brandy Bridges, Scottie Clayton, Desires Jones, Matthew McGraw, Michael Mead- ows, Tommy Stone, Ashley Wheeler, Joseph Yancey. THIRD GRADE Teacher:. Carolyn Eller O Anthony Slatton. S Brett Lilly. uS Average Justin Jones. FOURTH GRADE Teacher:. Carolyn Eller A Angle Barker, Samuel Katz, John Logan, Heather Meadows, Shannon Turner. B None. "B" Average CliffMeadows, Travis Cody, Scott Garten, Benji Massie. FIFTH GRADE Teacher: Sarah Brown A Edha Sue Meadows. B Jennifer Clayton, Christy Richmond, William Rutherford. "]3  Average Jennifer Boone. SIXTH GRADE Teacher:. Sarah Brown A Tammy Fox, Eric Jones. B Tommi Huffman, Adam Martin, Megan Meadows. "B" Average Jamie Lucas. Miss Melinda Gwinn To Compete In Pageant Miss Melinda Gwinn of Hinton, has been chosen to compete in Miss American Coed Pageant. The pag- eant will be held in the Charleston Marriot Hotel May 24 - 25th. She placed First-Runner Up last year. She is the daughter of Kathy Martin of Hinton and Randy Gwinn of Meadow Bridge. She is the grand- daughter of Charles and Faye Miller of Hinton. Her activiites include Majorette for the High school band, cooking, reading, horseback riding and she is also a member of the U.S. Army Reserve. IN THE LIBRARY Friends of Summers County Library Present The llth Annual Charity Ball Featuring The Concord Commanders April 6, 1991 8- 12 The Moose Club $20/couple and $10.00/single. A. EASY GREEN ROTARY 23.99 B. ACCUGREEN DROP 34.99 LAWN SPREADERS Rotary 30" swath, helps prevent striping' Drop. 21'1 wide hopper ,ooo 7 99 ,ooo 10 99 SQ. FT. • SQ. FT. • TURF BUILDER TM TURF BUILDEW" PLUS 2 10,000 SQ. FT ........ 14.99 10,000 SQ. FT ........ 21.99 15,000 SQ. FT ........ 19.99 15,000 SQ. FT ........ 29.99 © 3.49 PINE BARK NUGGETS or MINI NUGGETS 3 cu. ft. Helps retard weeds, prevent. € soil erosion, reduces soil temperature• 3.29 PINE BARK MULCH 3 cu. ft. Gives landscaping welt-groomed look, conserves soil moisture, adds organic value to soil 13.99 TURF BUILDEW" PLUS HALTS Lawn fertilizer plus weed preventer Forms barrier. 11.99 STARTER FERTILIZER 5,000 sq. ft. Use on new and existing lawns ] 2.29.00 I COMPOSTED MANURE I or POTTING SOIL [ 40 lb. Composted manure for plant I growth. 40 Ib, All purpose potting soil. J 5.99 SUN & SHADE MIXTURE 3 lb. bag All purpose, fast-gerrninating mixture• 1.79 40 LB. ORGANIC PEAT Scientifically blended formula for more vigorous plant growth. Helps to loosen hardened soil Pink Dog Wood Reg $13.99 Sale $9.99 Fruitl Trees Reg $9.99 Sale $)'.99 Apples, Pears, Peach & Plum Every Day Low Price ConCord Grapes $4.39 Every Day Low Price Rose Bush $4.39 GS-03 Country Roads Plaza, Hinton