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8A- Hinton News Wed. Apr. 7, 1982 University Women Meet Subscribe This Week The Hinton Branch of the American Association of Univ- ersity Women met March 23 at the home of Marilyn McLean.' Mrs. Bertha McCoy, chairman of the study topic, Money Talks, introduced Mary Holland from the National Bank of Summers as the guest speaker. Mrs. Ho- lland explained some of the current procedures which banks are required to follow. During the business session, Hazel Davidson, branch presi- dent, announced that the state. convention will he held at Ja- ckson's Mill on April 30 - May 2 and that all reservations shou-. ld be made with her by April 22. New officers elected were Ruby Holland as second vice -! president and Patricia Stacldin as treasurer. Mrs. McLean, assisted byt Mrs. McCoy, served delicious refreshments to: Celeste Arr- itt, Marjorie Burdette, Hazel Davidson, Hettie Belle Gwinn, Mary Huffman, Jane Humph- ries and Mary Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Crook Thompson - Crook Personnel C]langes Announced Virginia Mae Thompson and The groom was attired in a Dallas Eugene Crook were uni- ted in marriage February 12, 1982 at Roles Chapel Baptist Church at Forest Hill. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pence Thompson of Forest Hill. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Crook of Hin- ton. The ceremony was perform- ed by Rev. Carl Edwards of ltoles Chapel Baptist Church. The bride was escorted to the altar by father and given in marriage by her parents. Wedding music was played by Linda Turner of Hilldale. The bride was attired in a white wedding dress and a lace veil made by Janice Shrader and Linda Ratliff sisters of the groom. The bride carried a bouquet of blue and white car- nations also made by Janice Shrader. Geneva Meadows served as maid of honor She wore a floor length blue dress. Her bouquet consisted of blue and white dark blue suit and tie and a baby blue shirt. Johnny Wheeler served as best man and wore a dark blue suit. The groom and best man wore silk carnation boutonn- iere. Jerry Wheeler and Jeff Th- omas served as ushers. The bride's mother wore a pink street length dress of long sleeves. The groom's mother wore a deep beige dress, pleated and long sleeves. The reception was held in the bottom of the church. The wedding cake was white with pink hearts and had three layers. The cake was made by Tammy Crawford of Forest Hill. The bride is a 1981 graduate of Hinton High School and is employed at Bluestone Conf-. erence Center. The groom also attended Hin- ton High School. The couple reside in Hinton, Alvin J. Hill, director of saf-' ety for Eastern Associated Co- al Corp., announces personnel changes within Eastern's saf- ety department. Charles E. Flanagan, divis- ion inspector, will now he res- pousible for Colony Bay, East- ern's Contract Mines and the Harris Operation; Thomas E. Ayres has been promoted from mine inspector at the Harris Operation to division inspector - Valley Division and will he responsible for the Kopperston Operation and the Wells Com- plex; has been transferred to the Harris Operation as mine inspector, and Gary W. Kenn- edy has been promoted from assistant mine inspector at the Harris Operation to mine in- specter at the Wells Complex. Eastern Associated Coal Corp., headquartered in Pitts- burgh, is West Virginia's se- cond largest independent coal producer; carnations and roses. West Virginia. 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