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April 5, 1983

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i The Summers County Council on Aging and the KY - WV Green Thumb Program honored workers employed under the Title V Senior Community Service Employment Program in Summers County at a reception held at the Hinton ,Senior Center on Friday, March llth. At the reception, which is held each yeafr during" Honor Older Workers Week", each worker was presented with a certificate of appreciation for their work for the community and for the elderly in Summers County. Title V enrollees employed Older Workers through the Green Thumb Program who were honored were: Sylvia Adkins, Edith Huffman, William Ferguson, Burl Wynes, Isaac Marshall, Martha Simms, Salethiel Mann, Robert Crawford and Margaret Peace. Title V enrollees employed through the West Virginia Commission on Aging under Region 1 Planning and Development Council who were honored were: Ruby Wheeler, Elva Adkins and Mildred Lindsay. Also present at the reception were Loretta Lewis, Area Supervisor for KY - WV Green Thumb and the following people representing the host opportunity for individuals agencies in Summers County over age 55 to use their talents, with whom the workers areskills and experience in prod- placed: Peggy Rossi, Director uctive employment in service of the Summers County Council to their communities. Its goal on Aging, Title IIIB Program; is to eventually place these Emily Briers, President of the individuals in fulfilling jobs Summers County Chamber ofoutside the program. Commerce and Patricia Falk, The programs are Equal coordinator and Terri Vaughn, Opportunity Employers. For secretary bookkeeper, of the additional information con- Summers County Services cerning this program write to Council's Weatherization KY - WV Green Thumb, 111 Program. Edwards Street, Beckley, WV The Title V and Green Thumb 25801. Programs provide an Tues. April 5, 1983 Hinton News- 5 Army National Guard Pvt. were [rained to perform main- Donald L. Phillips, son of Virgil tenance and assist in the re- L. and Rebecca G. Phillips of pair of automotive vehicles and 511Miller Ave., Hinton, W. Va., associated equipment. has completed a wheeled- His wife, Trishia, is t~ vehicle mechanic course at the daughter of Marshal and Polly U.S. Army Training Center, ,Willson of Route 3, Alderson, Fort Jackson, S.C. W. Va. During the course, students UESTONE & MUFFLER SERVICE Custom Bent Exhaust, Wheel Alienment, Shock Absorber Service, Tires, Wheel BalancinL Brake Service Rebecca Lynn Crook Crook. ~AAAA A AAA A ~ AAAAAAAA AAAAAAA ~ Rebecca Lynn Crook and a pouff and streamers. Frank Paul Poland were united Debbie Tocudo was Matron of in marriage Saturday, April 2, Honor, wearing a dotted swiss ~'' at 1 the Wesleyan off the shoulder floor length ! Chapel in Beckley. The Rev. gown. She carried a long R.E. Trotter, pastorstemmed white rose. i performed the ceremony. Bridesmaids were Millie The bride is the daughter of Crook, sister of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Crook Karen Meador, Lisa Noel, and of Stanford and the groom is the Wendy Poland, sister of the ,. son of Betty Poland of Beckley groom. Each wore a gown of and Frank C. Poland of Maple white and pink flowers in off- Fork. the shoulder styling. They Wedding music was carried long stem roses. presented by Joyce Hatcher, Tim Poland served his Debbi~,Tocbdo; and Kenneth D. brother as best man. Ushers Crook. were Kenneth D. Crook and The bride was attired in floor Keith Crook, brothers of the , length gown of white chiffon bride. Jerry MeCarelley and featuring a high neckline with Tom Bowden, also were ushers. sheer yoke bodice" and long A reception was held at the fitted sleeves of English net, Knights of Columbia Hall. After and chantilly lace trim. The A - a short wedding trip the couple 1 6 line shirt was accented with will live in Fayetteville, N.C. di roses and satin ribbons. A where the bride groom serves flounced hemline and chaps] the United States Army. The train. She wore a hat draped bride was employed inthe Sales with chiffon and trimmed with Department of Crooks Produce appliques of chantilly lace and Co. in Beckley. tp4ui. " " ! Basketball Camps Slated Concord College Basketball amentals and team Coach Don Christie announced competition. Basketball ~L that there will be two summer instrueIion and team play will 0~i basketball camps for boys on be geared according to the age the Concord campus this and experience of the summer, The first camp will he individual. June 17Oh - 2Ist, for boys ages Concord College players will 13-18. The second will he a serve as camp counselors and I~S Small Fry Camp for boys ages reside in dormitories with the 8-13 from July 29th to August campers. 2nd, 1983 Brochures rd~)P'be attained The camps which have beenby contacting the Concord well attended m recent years College Athletic Department, '~[~ will offer instructions in fund- 384-9817. lings ;ntef Rn Study ,day ly- rQ" 'ch Clu~ rlv,~ zh AN 4:0~ MeN IF:" ~S LIk t.d 45 lJ mg dy, ~N In The Library We're still counting up the money we made on the Charity Ball (for those unfortunate enough to miss it - it was March 26th). It was a tremendous success! Not only did everyone have a wonderful time but we seem to have made lots of money. Special thanks to the folks at the Moose who were so gracious and cooperative. We have stacks and stacks of new books on the shelves. Here's a list of the newest fiction: Killdeer Mountain by Brown ( author of Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee and Creek Mary's Blood) ..Nile by Laurie Devin .. The Other Woman by Joy Fielding ( of Kiss Mommy G.oodbye fame) .The Little Drummer Girl by John LeCarre ( this one has a waiting list) ..The Body by Richard Sapir .Black Heart by Eric Lustbader Men of Men by Wilbur Smith ( author of The Delta Decision) .Floating Dragon by Peter Staub ( short waiting list) The Delta Star by Joseph Wambaugh ( also a waiting list) A Boy's Own Story by Edmond White There are bunches of biographies in this latest shipment including ones about V]adimir Horowitz, Benjamin Franklin, Ava Gardiner, and Semour Grey who was a doctor in Saudi Arabia. Other nonfiction includes Murphy's Boy by Tory Hayden whose previous books Someone Else's Kids and One Child have been very popular, Having It All by Helen Gurley Brown, Waters Swift and Still about fly-fishing, The Career Finder, Path- ways to over 1500 Entry - Level Jobs, and so on and so on - too many to list here. I believe there must he something here to appeal to every reading taste. But you'll have to hurry ff you want to get one because they don't stay here long. _ _ .,_ -- _ -- I li " -- I II _ ___ m~ Card of hanks The family of Mrs. l.m Veto Boone wishes to like this opportonily to express our. |reliSh to our many friends who were so kind to us du l[the recent less of our !eyed one. We wish to especially the many people that called, those who brought food and gills. Our thanks to the entire staff of the Ranch Room and Mr, and Mrs. Paul Jones. Our heartfelt thanks to the many peapie kt sent Floral tributes. Our thanks to Dr. Powers of Princeton Hospital and to Dr. Schertz of Roanoke Memm'ial Hospital and to the dedicated staff of Um Ronald M dows Funeral Parlors. Our sincere thanks to all those who lowed for us and especially to Roy. Homer Taylor, Roy. John Walker and Roy. Oien Gdmmett, who so Iovia|ly shared our son'ow with us. And to the choir of the Tompa Baptist Church who sane so beautifully. Sadly missed by Husband, Mothm', Children, Grandchildren, Brothers and Sister. These prices good thru Saturday, April 9, 1983 USDA tholes Door Cheek - Bonolott 4-8 Lb. Avg. Smoked Picnics ............. Lb 781 32 Ounce 0 3/99, USDA tholes - Extra LoGo USDA Choice Beef tuck - Bone-in 5 Lb. Paok Or More- Fro,h Daily ,lt8 Ground Beef .................. Lb US. C ol.. took ,24s Cube Steak .................. Lb. Gallon Rod Quart 2 Lb. - CC Frozen Thompson Seediest " Grapes ........................ 99 Qeorf 6.5 Oz.- Lt. Chnok Thee. In Oil 16 Oz. Bottles - Carton of 8 Why Pay ,1.35 Why Pay ,1.09 10 Oz. - Cattloborry/Toxu Poto/Buksr Hill 10 Onnoo t4 Oz. Can - Assorted 6.5 Oz. - Livsr/Kidssy/Hsorty Stow - Cot Food 8 I Lb.- Food Ton Prices good at Pearisbur Food Lion Store on,