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C/} n, L //INTON NEWS Continuing the Hinton Daily News 77, No. 121 BENNETT &apos; April 27th has been set day for all entering the Early Program and the in Summers County of 1979. should accompany to the school anytime , of the 27th. Each a birth certifi- record of immuniza- they enroll. Children years old on or 31st of October to first kde and five 31st of to enroll in the Early |m. immunizations in- (Diphtheria, Who- & Tetnaus), Polio, , and Rubella (Measles Skin test. All children least started this immunizations. Im- requirements are the ECE Program first graders. You children to the Health Depart mornings from physician. the Forest Hill and areas may pre- children for E.C.E. their'area schools. All pre-enroll in heir centers of Madams Talcott, Jumping / EVA ATKINS REBECCA DAVIS 'Home of Lake Bluestone' Hinton, West Virginia, Thursday April 26, 2 1979 SHERRYBURROUGHS Jr. Miss Ma)5 & 6 Judges for the 1979-1980 Sum- mers County Junior Miss pro- gram were named today by Co- Chairmen, Debbie Clark and Larry K. Meador of the Junior Miss Committee. This years judges are: Mrs. April Hill, Meadow Bridge, W. Va., Mr. Mike Romano, Rocky Gap, Va., Mrs. Cindy Romano, Rocky .Gap, Va., Mr. Robert S. Jacobsen, Lewisburg, W. Va. and Mrs. Libby Jacobsen, Lew- isburg, W. Va., and represent a broad range of backgrounds and interests. Judging for the outstanding junior girls will be held May 5 and 6th at the Hinton High School Auditorium. Standards for the judging have been established by Amer- icas 'Junior Miss and is broken down as follows: Scholastic Achievement 15 per cent; Mental Alertness and Judges Conference 35 per cent; Poise and Appearance 15 per cent; Youth Fitness 15 per cent; Creative and Performing Arts 20 per cent. Five of the contestants are: Kimberly Bennett Kimberly Bennett of 322 Jam- es Street, Hinton is the daugh- ter of Ben Bennett and Mrs. Curt (Millie) Messer. She was born in Mullens Aug. 7,1962. She has one step brother, Bruce age 15 and one step sister, Mary Robin age I0. Kimberly is 5'4", has dark blond hair and dark brown eyes. She attends Hinton High School and favorite subject is Journ- alism. Plans to attend West Virginia University after she graduates from school. She is a member of Tri- Hi- Y, Newspaper Staff, National Sen- ior Honor Society, FBLA Officer, Junior Policy Com- mittee, French Club , Home room, Representative and Student Council. Hobbies in- clude: dancing, roller and ice skating, softball, bicycle and motorcycle riding, horseback riding and journalism. Kimberly is a member of First Baptist Church, 4-H Club, collects for March of Dimes, Heart Fund, Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis and UNICEF. She will present a Disco Tap Dance Routine at the pageant. Eva Mac Atkins Eva Mac Atkins of Pipestem is the daughter of Mason O. and Eloise N Atkins. Born October 31, 1962, she has one sister Ella Marie. Eva is 5'7" has brown hair and blue eyes. She attends Hinton High School and favorite subject is Band. After graduat- ion she plans to attend Johns Contractors Needed may occur with these programs in McDoweli County. Any contractor who is int- erested in participating in the program should contact the Region I Planning and Devel- opment Council at 425- 9508 between tee hours of 8:30 and 4:30. Smll contracting firms and minority controlled contr- acting companies are being encouraged to take advantage of the program. The Region I Planning and Development Council announc- ed today that contractors are needed for housing rehabilitat- ion programs in the City of Hinton and in McDowell County. According to Michael Jac0bs, Region rs Executive Director, there has been a shortage of contractors for the City of Hin- ton's housing rehabilitation pro- gram, and a similar shortage Area Obituaries ALBERT Gertrude T. will be at 2 p.m. in the James Chapel Church in L the Rev. Holly Shrew- Burial will be Cemetery in True. died at 9:10 a.m. in a Hinton hospital illness. 13, 1899, in True, a daughter of the late Lucinda H0uchins resident of True, was a member of Chapel United Meth- and the Ladies BOGGS Services for Mr. Ray Leon- ard Boggs, 55, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Ron- ceverte with the Rovs. Dale Dickman, Mark Forren and Arnold Repass officiating. Bur- ial will be in the New Lebanon Cemetery in Pickaway. Mr. Boggs died Monday in a Fairlea hospital after a long illness. Born Oct. 12, 1923, in Second Creek, he was a son of the late Leonard Anderson and Dennie Rayborn Dowdy Boggs. Mr: Boggs had lived in Aid- G erson 10 years and was a rant lumberman. Survivors include four sis- ters, JoAnn Edds of Alderson, Margie Boggs and June Lucus, both of Ronceverte, and Della Bradley of Lewisburg, and four brothers, Frank of Lewisburg, Virgil and Harding, both of Second Creek, and Myles of Ronceverte. MUNDY Mrs. Virginia Eee Mundy, 96, died at 11:55 p.m. Sunday in a Hillsboro hospital. She was born Aug. 23, 1882, in Covington, Va. Mrs. Mundy was a member of the Miller Memorial United Methodist Church. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Nell Mitchell of Allegh- any, Va.; three grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. The body is at the E.M. Meadows Funeral HOme in Hin- ton. West Virginia University has received a $37,426 grant from the National Science Foundat-' ion for theoretical and exper- imental studies of timber floors subject to earthquake motions. Hota V.S. GangaRao, associate professor of civil engineering, and Larry D. Luttrell, professor of civil engineering, are in charge of the project. James Leonard in December 1939 Morris Albert, in include one son, of Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. Delores of Hinton and Ms. Mbert at home; eight and five great- Hopkins University. Awards re- ceived : National Honor Soc- iety, Spelling Award in 8th grade County Spelling Contest, All Area Band- 10th grade. Hobbies included playing the flute and guitar, crocheting and playing tennis, dancing and baton twirling. She attends a Christian Church and donates much time to charity. She will be perform- ing a flute solo with piano accompaniment at the pageant. Jennifer Renee Cook Jennifer Renee Cook of Pipe- stem daughter of Robert L. and Rebecca C. Cook. Born July 14 1962 in Huntington, she has one brother Robert L. II age 14. Jennifer is 5'10" sandy hair and blue eyes. She attends Hinton High School and favorite subject is P.A,D. Plans to attend Concord College after graduation. She is a member of Yearbook Staff, Jr. Policy Com- mittee, Newspaper Staff,, French Club, Jr. Follies, Prom Decorating Committee. Hobb- ies include: reading, tennis, jogging, racquet ball, cooking, basketball, horseback riding, bicycling and swimming She is a member of the First Baptist Church and she Wli perform a skit at the pageant. Continued on page 4 Senior Activities Activities at Hinton Senior Citizens Center From Friday April 27 to Fri. May 4th ..Friday April 27th- Hinton Cen- ter: Square dancing lead by Richard Cantrell of FMRS Blood Pressure Clinic: Tempa Church from 9:30 to 10:30. Hix, from 11 a.m. to 12 noon. .Monday April 30th- Hinton Center: Jiffy Crafts begin at 1 p.m.- this week will be crayon name designs, a great gift for children. ..Tuesday May lst- Hinton Center: Ceramics begins at I p.m. Mini- Bus Trip: Beckley and a visit to Pineerest leaves Hinton at 9 a.m., call 466- 4019 for a reservation. .Wed. May 2rid-- Hinton Cen- ter: Senior Power Meeting beg- ins at 1 p.m. Mini- Bus Trip : Alderson. ..Thurs. May 3rd- Hinton Cen- ter: Bingo. ..Friday May 4th- Hinton Cen- ter: Birthday Party for area Seniors with Birthdays in the month of May. There will be a door prize and a prize for the oldest senior with a birthday in May. Square dancing will begin at 1 p.m. Activities At The Sandstone Senior Center FromApri127 to May 4th Fri. April 27- Quilting and Rug Making. .. Mort. April 30th- Quilting and Liquid embroidery. .Tues. May 1st- Liquid Em- broidery. .Wed. May 2nd- Ceramics. ..Thurs. May 3rd- Ceramic painting. .Fri. May 4th- Quilting and Rug Making. Bike-A-Thon This Weekend Plans for the 1979 Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-Thon in Hinton were announced today by local chairman Curt Messer. Sched- uled for Sunday April 29, at the Vocational Center in Brooks, the event will begin at 1:30. The Bike-A-Thon is being coordinated this year by, Hin- ton-Summers Bike Club and the Hinton Jaycees & Jaycee-etts- Jim Clark President. To participate in the Bike-A- Thon, riders must first pick up a sponsor sheet. Sponsor sheets are available at all schools, and Messer Photo Shop. After off- icially joining the Bike- A- Then, the rider should secure as many sponsors as possible. Each sponsor is asked to pledge a designated sum of money for each mile the biker rides. Prizes will be awarded based on the most money collected. Prizes will be announced at the Bike-A-Thon. In addition to great prizes, anyone collecting $25.00 or more will receive an official CF Bike-A-Thon t- shirt. Your involvement in a Bike- A- Thon today, will help to bring a cure for Cystic Fibrosis tom- morrow. So when you are asked to particiate please give gen- eroulsy of your money and time. May local children, as well as millions nationwide, will bene- fit from this year's Bike-A- Thon. For additinal informaton, please contact (Curt Messer)at 466-3836. Magistrate Report Magistrate A.L. Bennett:April 2 R.L. Nahodil charged Mary F. Bragg with burning without a permit, fined $20 plus costs; Hallie O. Meadows charged John Romanello with trespass- ing, six days in jail; C.C Shaver charged Roger Dale Hammond with public intoxication, 10 days in jail; J.K. Richmond charged John Shrader with public intox- ication, 10 days. On April 3, Larry Case charged Thomas R: DeCesar with burning without a permit, $20 plus costs; D.C. Farley charged Carrie Lee Castle with fishing without a license, $20 plus costs; C.M. Mace charged R.F. Belitsky with speeding, $15 plus costs; A.W. Maddy charged Mike Smith with public intoxication, $25 plus costs. On April 5 C.M. Mace charged S.E. Gilkerson with expired MVI, $10 plus costs;T.K. Richmond charged John Shrader with public intox- ication, $25 plus costs; A.W. Maddy charged Terry Tallman with possession of marijuana, $250 plus costs. On April 7 J.W. Jeffries arrested O'Dell Bennett for public intoxication, $25 plus costs;On April 9 A.W. Maddy charged Terry Tallman with public intoxication and contribu ting to the delinquency of a minor, $25 and $100 respestively plus costs. On April 10 G.L. Miller Charged Bonnie Bennett with three coUnt of petit larceny, $200 plus costs on each count plus five days in jail. Miller also charged Ronald Cole with five counts of petit lar- ceny, $200 plus costs plus 30 days on each count, and two counts of tampering, $I00 plus costs plus 10 days each count. On April 11 B.W. Twyman charg ed Jessie S. Haynes with having an expired MVI, $5 plus costs; C.M. Mace charged Richard H. Cutlip with failure to stop, $10 plus costs; A.W. Maddy charg- ed Franklin K. Smith with having an expired MVI, $5 plus costs; G.L. Miller arrested Timothy Ray Zimmerman for petit larceny, 30 days; and C.A. Continued on page 4 'Two persons were slightly injured and one man charged as a result of this accident Monday tl afternoon on Chestnut Mountain. Photo By Sally Hayslette rolet driven by William Edward Shores of Hix and a 1971 Ply- mouth driven by Ermel Yopp of Hinton. Trooper B.W. Twyman of the Hinton Detachment of the West Virginia State Police investigat- ed and charged Yopp with driving while intoxicated and driving without an operator's license. Damage to Yopp's car was estimated at $1000 and damage to Shores' vehicle was estimat- ed at $1500. I I II ........................ Area Briefs HOT DOG DINNER The Pence Sprin' School is going to have a Hot Dog Din- SQUARE DANCE her, Friday April 27 at 4:00 till ? Square Dance sponsored by The menu will be hot dogs, the Tri County Firemenettes baked beans, chili, slaw, des- will be Saturday April 28 at 9:00 sert, punch, tea and coffee. Also p.m. at the Alderson School there will be lots of fun and Cafeteria. Music by Tri County games. Cutups. Cake walk, pony rides, fish pond, dunk a booth, country REVIVAL store, door prizes. So you all Revival at Mt. Olivet Church" come now and well have a good on Madam Creek. The speaker time. will be Keith Ledford, son of the Friday April 27 from 4: 00 till ? Admission is Adults- $1.50 and children under 12 .75. RUMMAGE SALE The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Talcott Volunteer Fire Depart- ment met Monday evening at the fire house. Plans were made to have a rummage sale May 3 & 4 at the fire house in Talcott beginning each morning at 9am. Those attending were Wanda Ball, Jo Halioran, Patty Talbott Mary Wyant, Barbara Bowlling Hannah Standard, Gloria Ward, Rosemary Walker, Louise Standard, Kay Talbott, Marion Talbott, and Alice Brooks. The next regular meeting of the Aulillary is scheduled for May 14 at 7PM. SPEAKER John F. Baniecki, Extension Specialist, Plant Pathology and Entomology, West Virginia Un- iversity, will be the speaker for the next session of the Land- scape Short Course for Home- owners, to be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Memorial Building in Hinton on Monday, April 30. His topic will be Pests of Lawns, Ornamentals, and the Home Garden. The short course is sponsor- ed by the WVU Extension Ser- vice and the Bluestone Lake Garden Club in Hinton. Every- one is welcome. FARM RESIDENTS During 1920, one out of every three Americans lived on a farm, however, during 1977 only one out of 28 Ameri- cans were farm-dweilers. -- CNS Rev. and Mrs. Alan Ledford, of Fayetteville, W. Va. Keith is a teenager and a marvelous spirit filled speaker. We feel that both young and old will profit from these ser- vices. Services begin at 7:30 p.m., April 29 thru May 6. Everyone is welcome. WOMAN GOLFERS The Women Golfersat Willow Wood Country Club will open their club year with the first ladies day of the season, Wed- nesday, May 2nd, at the club, with Et Slater as chairman of the day. There will be a short business sessiona t 10:30 a.m. with tee- off time at 11:00 a.m. All women golfers interested are urged to be present for this first meeting of the year. SENIOR DINNER The Senior Citizen Dinner will be Sunday April 29 from 2- 4 sponsored by City Police, Mayor and City Hall employ- ees. Any one wishing to go please call City Hall by April 25. 4-H Summers County 4-H Bask- etball games, "Fun Afternoon" will be held Sunday April 29 at Talcott High School Gym. Time 1:30. All club members are invited to participate. NOTICE TO CITY CANDIDATES Pre election fincnaical state ments must be filed with the City Clerk between April 27, and May 3, 1979. SERVICE COUNCIL Summers County Community Service Council will have a public meeting at the old F & R Supply Supply Building April 28 at 7 p.m. Everyone invited. WILLOW WOOD The Women of Willow Wood will have their first covered dish dinner of the season on this coming Friday, April 27, at 6:30 p.m. Committee members are: Mrs. Percy Brown, Chair- man; Mrs. Clarence Kern, Co- Chairman; Mrs. Harry Forren, Mrs. F.L. Boone, Mrs. John Holstein, Mrs. Katie Boley, Mrs. John Preston Walker, Mrs. Billy Joe Lilly, Mrs. Cleve Haynes, Mrs. John Herbert Sw- ats, and Mrs. N.C. Kesley. PARISH The Summers County United Methodist Parish will be hold- ing a revival from April 22- 27, 1979 nightly at the Hinton High School Auditorium with the Reverend Parker L. Hinzman, Superintendent of the Bluefield District speaking. Special sing- ing will begin nightly at 7:00: p.m. with the worship service beginning at 7:30 p.m, .'b A nursery will be provided in the Hinton Methodist Educat- ional Building for children age five and under. ATTENTION AREA RESIDENTS Summers County Hospital is proud to announce the opening of its new Emergency Services facility on Friday April 27th at 7:00 a.m. All users of the Emergency Services Depart- ment are ask to follow the temporary signs indicating the main entrance of the new fac- ility. We hope this new addition will better serve you, the commun- ity, in your guest for better health care. TOUR Country music fans attention ! A tour of the Smokies, Gla- tlinburg Music City USA, is being planned for July and you do not have to be a senior citizen to go. The group will visit Christ- us Gardens, with a beautiful tribute to the life of Christ. Ryman theater, Cquntry Music Hall of Fame, Opera Land U.S. and the 9:30 p.m. grand old opera show on a Saturday night. For further information or mak- ing your reservations contact Mrs. J.H. Akers at 466- 1789, from 8 to 10:30 a.m. or from 3 to I0:00 p.m, Two person were slightly injur- ed in a two car collision Monday afternoon on Chestnut Mountain road. Karen Shores and Norma Shores were taken to Summers County Hospital and treated for minor injuries following the accident involving a 1975 Chev- 15 cents ! Two Slightly Injured C/} n, L //INTON NEWS Continuing the Hinton Daily News 77, No. 121 BENNETT ' April 27th has been set day for all entering the Early Program and the in Summers County of 1979. should accompany to the school anytime , of the 27th. Each a birth certifi- record of immuniza- they enroll. Children years old on or 31st of October to first kde and five 31st of to enroll in the Early |m. immunizations in- (Diphtheria, Who- & Tetnaus), Polio, , and Rubella (Measles Skin test. All children least started this immunizations. Im- requirements are the ECE Program first graders. You children to the Health Depart mornings from physician. the Forest Hill and areas may pre- children for E.C.E. their'area schools. All pre-enroll in heir centers of Madams Talcott, Jumping / EVA ATKINS REBECCA DAVIS 'Home of Lake Bluestone' Hinton, West Virginia, Thursday April 26, 2 1979 SHERRYBURROUGHS Jr. Miss Ma)5 & 6 Judges for the 1979-1980 Sum- mers County Junior Miss pro- gram were named today by Co- Chairmen, Debbie Clark and Larry K. Meador of the Junior Miss Committee. This years judges are: Mrs. April Hill, Meadow Bridge, W. Va., Mr. Mike Romano, Rocky Gap, Va., Mrs. Cindy Romano, Rocky .Gap, Va., Mr. Robert S. Jacobsen, Lewisburg, W. Va. and Mrs. Libby Jacobsen, Lew- isburg, W. Va., and represent a broad range of backgrounds and interests. Judging for the outstanding junior girls will be held May 5 and 6th at the Hinton High School Auditorium. Standards for the judging have been established by Amer- icas 'Junior Miss and is broken down as follows: Scholastic Achievement 15 per cent; Mental Alertness and Judges Conference 35 per cent; Poise and Appearance 15 per cent; Youth Fitness 15 per cent; Creative and Performing Arts 20 per cent. Five of the contestants are: Kimberly Bennett Kimberly Bennett of 322 Jam- es Street, Hinton is the daugh- ter of Ben Bennett and Mrs. Curt (Millie) Messer. She was born in Mullens Aug. 7,1962. She has one step brother, Bruce age 15 and one step sister, Mary Robin age I0. Kimberly is 5'4", has dark blond hair and dark brown eyes. She attends Hinton High School and favorite subject is Journ- alism. Plans to attend West Virginia University after she graduates from school. She is a member of Tri- Hi- Y, Newspaper Staff, National Sen- ior Honor Society, FBLA Officer, Junior Policy Com- mittee, French Club , Home room, Representative and Student Council. Hobbies in- clude: dancing, roller and ice skating, softball, bicycle and motorcycle riding, horseback riding and journalism. Kimberly is a member of First Baptist Church, 4-H Club, collects for March of Dimes, Heart Fund, Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis and UNICEF. She will present a Disco Tap Dance Routine at the pageant. Eva Mac Atkins Eva Mac Atkins of Pipestem is the daughter of Mason O. and Eloise N Atkins. Born October 31, 1962, she has one sister Ella Marie. Eva is 5'7" has brown hair and blue eyes. She attends Hinton High School and favorite subject is Band. After graduat- ion she plans to attend Johns Contractors Needed may occur with these programs in McDoweli County. Any contractor who is int- erested in participating in the program should contact the Region I Planning and Devel- opment Council at 425- 9508 between tee hours of 8:30 and 4:30. Smll contracting firms and minority controlled contr- acting companies are being encouraged to take advantage of the program. The Region I Planning and Development Council announc- ed today that contractors are needed for housing rehabilitat- ion programs in the City of Hinton and in McDowell County. According to Michael Jac0bs, Region rs Executive Director, there has been a shortage of contractors for the City of Hin- ton's housing rehabilitation pro- gram, and a similar shortage Area Obituaries ALBERT Gertrude T. will be at 2 p.m. in the James Chapel Church in L the Rev. Holly Shrew- Burial will be Cemetery in True. died at 9:10 a.m. in a Hinton hospital illness. 13, 1899, in True, a daughter of the late Lucinda H0uchins resident of True, was a member of Chapel United Meth- and the Ladies BOGGS Services for Mr. Ray Leon- ard Boggs, 55, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Ron- ceverte with the Rovs. Dale Dickman, Mark Forren and Arnold Repass officiating. Bur- ial will be in the New Lebanon Cemetery in Pickaway. Mr. Boggs died Monday in a Fairlea hospital after a long illness. Born Oct. 12, 1923, in Second Creek, he was a son of the late Leonard Anderson and Dennie Rayborn Dowdy Boggs. Mr: Boggs had lived in Aid- G erson 10 years and was a rant lumberman. Survivors include four sis- ters, JoAnn Edds of Alderson, Margie Boggs and June Lucus, both of Ronceverte, and Della Bradley of Lewisburg, and four brothers, Frank of Lewisburg, Virgil and Harding, both of Second Creek, and Myles of Ronceverte. MUNDY Mrs. Virginia Eee Mundy, 96, died at 11:55 p.m. Sunday in a Hillsboro hospital. She was born Aug. 23, 1882, in Covington, Va. Mrs. Mundy was a member of the Miller Memorial United Methodist Church. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Nell Mitchell of Allegh- any, Va.; three grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. The body is at the E.M. Meadows Funeral HOme in Hin- ton. West Virginia University has received a $37,426 grant from the National Science Foundat-' ion for theoretical and exper- imental studies of timber floors subject to earthquake motions. Hota V.S. GangaRao, associate professor of civil engineering, and Larry D. Luttrell, professor of civil engineering, are in charge of the project. James Leonard in December 1939 Morris Albert, in include one son, of Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. Delores of Hinton and Ms. Mbert at home; eight and five great- Hopkins University. Awards re- ceived : National Honor Soc- iety, Spelling Award in 8th grade County Spelling Contest, All Area Band- 10th grade. Hobbies included playing the flute and guitar, crocheting and playing tennis, dancing and baton twirling. She attends a Christian Church and donates much time to charity. She will be perform- ing a flute solo with piano accompaniment at the pageant. Jennifer Renee Cook Jennifer Renee Cook of Pipe- stem daughter of Robert L. and Rebecca C. Cook. Born July 14 1962 in Huntington, she has one brother Robert L. II age 14. Jennifer is 5'10" sandy hair and blue eyes. She attends Hinton High School and favorite subject is P.A,D. Plans to attend Concord College after graduation. She is a member of Yearbook Staff, Jr. Policy Com- mittee, Newspaper Staff,, French Club, Jr. Follies, Prom Decorating Committee. Hobb- ies include: reading, tennis, jogging, racquet ball, cooking, basketball, horseback riding, bicycling and swimming She is a member of the First Baptist Church and she Wli perform a skit at the pageant. Continued on page 4 Senior Activities Activities at Hinton Senior Citizens Center From Friday April 27 to Fri. May 4th ..Friday April 27th- Hinton Cen- ter: Square dancing lead by Richard Cantrell of FMRS Blood Pressure Clinic: Tempa Church from 9:30 to 10:30. Hix, from 11 a.m. to 12 noon. .Monday April 30th- Hinton Center: Jiffy Crafts begin at 1 p.m.- this week will be crayon name designs, a great gift for children. ..Tuesday May lst- Hinton Center: Ceramics begins at I p.m. Mini- Bus Trip: Beckley and a visit to Pineerest leaves Hinton at 9 a.m., call 466- 4019 for a reservation. .Wed. May 2rid-- Hinton Cen- ter: Senior Power Meeting beg- ins at 1 p.m. Mini- Bus Trip : Alderson. ..Thurs. May 3rd- Hinton Cen- ter: Bingo. ..Friday May 4th- Hinton Cen- ter: Birthday Party for area Seniors with Birthdays in the month of May. There will be a door prize and a prize for the oldest senior with a birthday in May. Square dancing will begin at 1 p.m. Activities At The Sandstone Senior Center FromApri127 to May 4th Fri. April 27- Quilting and Rug Making. .. Mort. April 30th- Quilting and Liquid embroidery. .Tues. May 1st- Liquid Em- broidery. .Wed. May 2nd- Ceramics. ..Thurs. May 3rd- Ceramic painting. .Fri. May 4th- Quilting and Rug Making. Bike-A-Thon This Weekend Plans for the 1979 Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-Thon in Hinton were announced today by local chairman Curt Messer. Sched- uled for Sunday April 29, at the Vocational Center in Brooks, the event will begin at 1:30. The Bike-A-Thon is being coordinated this year by, Hin- ton-Summers Bike Club and the Hinton Jaycees & Jaycee-etts- Jim Clark President. To participate in the Bike-A- Thon, riders must first pick up a sponsor sheet. Sponsor sheets are available at all schools, and Messer Photo Shop. After off- icially joining the Bike- A- Then, the rider should secure as many sponsors as possible. Each sponsor is asked to pledge a designated sum of money for each mile the biker rides. Prizes will be awarded based on the most money collected. Prizes will be announced at the Bike-A-Thon. In addition to great prizes, anyone collecting $25.00 or more will receive an official CF Bike-A-Thon t- shirt. Your involvement in a Bike- A- Thon today, will help to bring a cure for Cystic Fibrosis tom- morrow. So when you are asked to particiate please give gen- eroulsy of your money and time. May local children, as well as millions nationwide, will bene- fit from this year's Bike-A- Thon. For additinal informaton, please contact (Curt Messer)at 466-3836. Magistrate Report Magistrate A.L. Bennett:April 2 R.L. Nahodil charged Mary F. Bragg with burning without a permit, fined $20 plus costs; Hallie O. Meadows charged John Romanello with trespass- ing, six days in jail; C.C Shaver charged Roger Dale Hammond with public intoxication, 10 days in jail; J.K. Richmond charged John Shrader with public intox- ication, 10 days. On April 3, Larry Case charged Thomas R: DeCesar with burning without a permit, $20 plus costs; D.C. Farley charged Carrie Lee Castle with fishing without a license, $20 plus costs; C.M. Mace charged R.F. Belitsky with speeding, $15 plus costs; A.W. Maddy charged Mike Smith with public intoxication, $25 plus costs. On April 5 C.M. Mace charged S.E. Gilkerson with expired MVI, $10 plus costs;T.K. Richmond charged John Shrader with public intox- ication, $25 plus costs; A.W. Maddy charged Terry Tallman with possession of marijuana, $250 plus costs. On April 7 J.W. Jeffries arrested O'Dell Bennett for public intoxication, $25 plus costs;On April 9 A.W. Maddy charged Terry Tallman with public intoxication and contribu ting to the delinquency of a minor, $25 and $100 respestively plus costs. On April 10 G.L. Miller Charged Bonnie Bennett with three coUnt of petit larceny, $200 plus costs on each count plus five days in jail. Miller also charged Ronald Cole with five counts of petit lar- ceny, $200 plus costs plus 30 days on each count, and two counts of tampering, $I00 plus costs plus 10 days each count. On April 11 B.W. Twyman charg ed Jessie S. Haynes with having an expired MVI, $5 plus costs; C.M. Mace charged Richard H. Cutlip with failure to stop, $10 plus costs; A.W. Maddy charg- ed Franklin K. Smith with having an expired MVI, $5 plus costs; G.L. Miller arrested Timothy Ray Zimmerman for petit larceny, 30 days; and C.A. Continued on page 4 'Two persons were slightly injured and one man charged as a result of this accident Monday tl afternoon on Chestnut Mountain. Photo By Sally Hayslette rolet driven by William Edward Shores of Hix and a 1971 Ply- mouth driven by Ermel Yopp of Hinton. Trooper B.W. Twyman of the Hinton Detachment of the West Virginia State Police investigat- ed and charged Yopp with driving while intoxicated and driving without an operator's license. Damage to Yopp's car was estimated at $1000 and damage to Shores' vehicle was estimat- ed at $1500. I I II ........................ Area Briefs HOT DOG DINNER The Pence Sprin' School is going to have a Hot Dog Din- SQUARE DANCE her, Friday April 27 at 4:00 till ? Square Dance sponsored by The menu will be hot dogs, the Tri County Firemenettes baked beans, chili, slaw, des- will be Saturday April 28 at 9:00 sert, punch, tea and coffee. Also p.m. at the Alderson School there will be lots of fun and Cafeteria. Music by Tri County games. Cutups. Cake walk, pony rides, fish pond, dunk a booth, country REVIVAL store, door prizes. So you all Revival at Mt. Olivet Church" come now and well have a good on Madam Creek. The speaker time. will be Keith Ledford, son of the Friday April 27 from 4: 00 till ? Admission is Adults- $1.50 and children under 12 .75. RUMMAGE SALE The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Talcott Volunteer Fire Depart- ment met Monday evening at the fire house. Plans were made to have a rummage sale May 3 & 4 at the fire house in Talcott beginning each morning at 9am. Those attending were Wanda Ball, Jo Halioran, Patty Talbott Mary Wyant, Barbara Bowlling Hannah Standard, Gloria Ward, Rosemary Walker, Louise Standard, Kay Talbott, Marion Talbott, and Alice Brooks. The next regular meeting of the Aulillary is scheduled for May 14 at 7PM. SPEAKER John F. Baniecki, Extension Specialist, Plant Pathology and Entomology, West Virginia Un- iversity, will be the speaker for the next session of the Land- scape Short Course for Home- owners, to be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Memorial Building in Hinton on Monday, April 30. His topic will be Pests of Lawns, Ornamentals, and the Home Garden. The short course is sponsor- ed by the WVU Extension Ser- vice and the Bluestone Lake Garden Club in Hinton. Every- one is welcome. FARM RESIDENTS During 1920, one out of every three Americans lived on a farm, however, during 1977 only one out of 28 Ameri- cans were farm-dweilers. -- CNS Rev. and Mrs. Alan Ledford, of Fayetteville, W. Va. Keith is a teenager and a marvelous spirit filled speaker. We feel that both young and old will profit from these ser- vices. Services begin at 7:30 p.m., April 29 thru May 6. Everyone is welcome. WOMAN GOLFERS The Women Golfersat Willow Wood Country Club will open their club year with the first ladies day of the season, Wed- nesday, May 2nd, at the club, with Et Slater as chairman of the day. There will be a short business sessiona t 10:30 a.m. with tee- off time at 11:00 a.m. All women golfers interested are urged to be present for this first meeting of the year. SENIOR DINNER The Senior Citizen Dinner will be Sunday April 29 from 2- 4 sponsored by City Police, Mayor and City Hall employ- ees. Any one wishing to go please call City Hall by April 25. 4-H Summers County 4-H Bask- etball games, "Fun Afternoon" will be held Sunday April 29 at Talcott High School Gym. Time 1:30. All club members are invited to participate. NOTICE TO CITY CANDIDATES Pre election fincnaical state ments must be filed with the City Clerk between April 27, and May 3, 1979. SERVICE COUNCIL Summers County Community Service Council will have a public meeting at the old F & R Supply Supply Building April 28 at 7 p.m. Everyone invited. WILLOW WOOD The Women of Willow Wood will have their first covered dish dinner of the season on this coming Friday, April 27, at 6:30 p.m. Committee members are: Mrs. Percy Brown, Chair- man; Mrs. Clarence Kern, Co- Chairman; Mrs. Harry Forren, Mrs. F.L. Boone, Mrs. John Holstein, Mrs. Katie Boley, Mrs. John Preston Walker, Mrs. Billy Joe Lilly, Mrs. Cleve Haynes, Mrs. John Herbert Sw- ats, and Mrs. N.C. Kesley. PARISH The Summers County United Methodist Parish will be hold- ing a revival from April 22- 27, 1979 nightly at the Hinton High School Auditorium with the Reverend Parker L. Hinzman, Superintendent of the Bluefield District speaking. Special sing- ing will begin nightly at 7:00: p.m. with the worship service beginning at 7:30 p.m, .'b A nursery will be provided in the Hinton Methodist Educat- ional Building for children age five and under. ATTENTION AREA RESIDENTS Summers County Hospital is proud to announce the opening of its new Emergency Services facility on Friday April 27th at 7:00 a.m. All users of the Emergency Services Depart- ment are ask to follow the temporary signs indicating the main entrance of the new fac- ility. We hope this new addition will better serve you, the commun- ity, in your guest for better health care. TOUR Country music fans attention ! A tour of the Smokies, Gla- tlinburg Music City USA, is being planned for July and you do not have to be a senior citizen to go. The group will visit Christ- us Gardens, with a beautiful tribute to the life of Christ. Ryman theater, Cquntry Music Hall of Fame, Opera Land U.S. and the 9:30 p.m. grand old opera show on a Saturday night. For further information or mak- ing your reservations contact Mrs. J.H. Akers at 466- 1789, from 8 to 10:30 a.m. or from 3 to I0:00 p.m, Two person were slightly injur- ed in a two car collision Monday afternoon on Chestnut Mountain road. Karen Shores and Norma Shores were taken to Summers County Hospital and treated for minor injuries following the accident involving a 1975 Chev- 15 cents ! Two Slightly Injured n 77. No. 121 HINTON NEWS Continuing the Hinton Daily News 'Home of Lake Bluestone' Hinton, West Virginia, Thursday April 26, 2 1979 15 cents Bike-A-Then This Weekend Pla for tile IW9 Cystic Center in Bks, .............. +,IL EVAATKINS ImnECCAVAVtS StlEmZVlSURUOVG.S mate. Jaye +. Jayetts- Jim Clrk Pride.t Jr Miss May 5 & 6 ..................... 'rlmn, rlde mt flint pick up a spelmr sheet, spear shts a available at all boot+, and M Photo Shop After off Judg f tlm W- 9S 5 nd o step sister, Mary HopklUnverslty Awr IcallyjeinitthaBika.Thon, celvc : Nattl Honor Sac theridershouldsmaay Robin age 10, mmharly  s''. has dark blond hair and dark b ey She attcm liint mgil schaot aml fawrite subject is do- alism, pla to attend wt Vrgmla umv.y t Jhe sradt from ml. shel. a member ot Zl+- m- y, Newspaper staff, National en- ior Hon Sooted, FBLA office. J eony Com. mlta, Prlch Club, Home m, Representative and student Coelh Itobmm in. elude: dancing, Iter and ice .kat. mmll. mm+cle and matoycle riding, hobeek ridi.S d jon+m, Kinrly ill a mber of rmt saptmt Ch, +-it C,.b, ollecm tor   D, Ht Rind, Cr, Cymtc br d UNICF.t': Se wUl mmlt a no lap Dan Routhm at me paget, gram  named kxlay by Cs- c, Dabble Clark and Cap, Va., Mrs, emv no. " m,zky Gap, Va., mr. lhart S. , Jabson, w+sbm'g, W. V., at,d m.-+, Ubby Ja,b.ml, Lew- tmm, W, Va, aml prm,m a bd ,me a k,.elmr+ds and ntets. Jt,dgmg for the oumtmm+Ung jtm girls .ml be beld may  and +at at the rlmt+n ml Seboot Aumt<m. Stm,lar  the ju,tng  'durbar tnss arts is broken down  ono: st Aea=a is m should ampany per ct; Mtal Atrtne d ts the scl asythne Judgm Conf s per t; poise and Appeamn xs pm- et; y Fitr,/m+ Is per nt; Creative d pm-foing Arts ver r oenk lq of the tants am: IOmbeny Bereft d  Jam m su.eet, lltou Ls the dauah+ t of Sen sennett and -s. born m M s+., ira+. she has one step brother, I] age Ev. M,. Atlm,, Eva Mae Atlfi ot Piptmt am s the ught  b,on 0 d lo N. Atkins, Scrn october Sl, l, she has e sister Ella Eva is 5'7" ha brown hair and blue e, She attends Hmton High F, chl d favdto aubjt is Band. After gradt- lea s Na to atml deltas ............... Contractors Needed You The Reg i plaLg d maywmthep'a to the Developing[ Ccil ao in MeDowell Cty. ed to<ray mat ,tracto  Any tractor who s mr- needed f beLng rehabilitat- ted in participating in the o pgrams  me oty o pram should atant the Itinton a,rl tn taomu lLon I plmamz d e- vpment Co.eft at a2. County. AccolMing t o Michael JaCOlm, betwl nne ho o[ 8:30 and Italian rs E#tut[ Dir, 4:$O [ eontrating firms th h been a shortage at d mmoltty otr+u ntr- ntraeto for me City of Inn acting compant  being ton'a hoing r shabilitati pod e.eoged t me advtage Taleott, Jping gram, attd a similar shortage of the p Area Obituaries I ALeaT Ser for Mr. lW.v Leon. . v .n,a lee mdy, , died at u:m+ p.m. Sunday ta a the Wallace and mllsbe hptal. heRev. HnllyShra W. ette with the Re. Dale Cov,Va. Dtekman.  Fern and Mrs.Mdywamberof Anold p ndaUng B- the Mme MOrlat Urted Mamedt Chuc. tn a HmWn hptal Cemey m lekaway. S'v .cluda o ter, Mr. IloggB meal M0ay  a tts NeU Mitchell of Ann@- FaLrl hspltal atter a Io.g any, Va; h delmctn t 0augUrer o[ the late LU, and o gt- grarahLl.'n, Sore Oct 12,1', n Second  tcy s at me m.M. Cr ha w a n af tl lateAnderson dad Deanna  rntome In ran-on, , cl,at united Me Mr, o had nve m Aid- Grant =ha me mat= en 10 yn and w a Sivon include fo  lv a 'L' ant m ten, J FAds of AI, the atl SLm ,at- te" of dVU ,  In iety, Spelling Award in Sth speo aa peible, Each grade Coty Spelling Center, spewer Is asked to pledge a All Area Sa- xm grade dgtea a o money for Hobbi melll pla'g the each tuLLe the k nd. lute and gmmr, ehetng and IL ,,ll be aw based play ml. ae and on the mt moy lLt a twng P ,  a.no at the She attends a CiUan m-A-raon, In addition to 1 and dt much time great prizes, anyone enltUng to emty. She  be - .  more wl reve n ing a n solo m  omelCFmkAo.t shit ampentm+at me Ignt. Yo tnvelvemt in a rake- J.nn.eeaeC sU atr at Robert I.. aria 12 In tUnon. she h ane bm Robert L. II age 14. Jemf  S't0" dy t and blue ey=. She atton0 mn m so at avatte .jt m P.A.D Pl to attend Cco cn, aaee adtion. She  a memr  Yrk start, Jr. Poney Cm. mitts, Newspaper staff, neh Cub. Jr. FotJ, lm eorattng Coltt. Hab- i elude: ding, ten, J.etng, rat baLL, ,g, basketball, hek .rang, bioyeli and .mmi., she s a member af the Vint Baptist Chh ad a ,,all rfo a t al the agt Senior Activities Aelivl at Ill.ton Senior Cifln Center Fm IFr Iday April Z/to Frk May 4th Frm.y apn z+m-maton Can. tar: Sqm dancing Id by mehard ctl o Pivms mood Plma Clime: mpa Chh rom 9: to 10:. Hti, .Mey Aprll h- mnton ce.ter: jy c'rJJ bemn at l p.m.- ts wk WIU be on ,.'rmday May i,t- rnnton center: Cram tgt at i p,m. M. B TrLp: Beckle d a vt to P tv= Illat on at 9 am.. call 4,4 4019 or a atto ,wed. ma+ llla- tlnton c+a-  at i p.m. MJn*- B Tp : Jdn. .Tn. M.y Srd- tttnt ten. ter: tango. , .F+kl.y M.y +m- rtmtm ceo- ter Birthday Py for a senl with mrthdays in the mth of May. 'r1- wm i a dear prize and a prize f the oldest ttior with a birthday In May. Sq da.m win gt. at i p,m, AeflvlU At  mflde M*y m n4, AW - P+ulUng and Rug Making. ..M, Ap - 8 Liquid embroidery. ,Ta. May tat- Liquid Em- brde, , We. Mny .d-era+arums. .T. May S,<I- Cmmme mmg. Rug M.rg. chrg+d s r.tt  thls id.t Md. n=l, Two Slightly Injured T+sopeawesbghtnmjr- rntdrve, byWmimmaward dr+ng ,,mle intomcated  edinatwncareollisionMonday Sho of hlJx and a 971 Ply- driving witht an opetor's A.Thonteday,wmhetptabring afternonChtnutMounGain mouthdrivenbyErmelYoppo[ lin aoorCystieFmr'+stom+ ed KareoShoandNoa mnton mor.wheayouareasked ShoreswetakentoSumme Trooper B.W. Twym uf the Damage to yopp's car w to paruelale ple ge ge.- co.ntytlpt.l.odtreatedfa mnto.tachmentothW timatedatSl..ddm.ga erolsyofyoneyandtime minor injur[ following the VirginiaStatePoiieeinvtigat- toSho'hlclewastimal. Mmyllchildren,welI aeeidentinvolvinga1975Chav- ed and charged Yapp wth edatStSC. mm tianwtde, wm be. I Area Briefs ] Magistrate Report Magistrate A L Bennett:April 2 RL NahhL charged Mary F Bragg w burning without a permit, tined $o p t: Hallie O. Meads charged John Re.anna with tpam- Lag, sx ys in lml: cc Sha charged Roger Dale Hammond wit h public intoxication, 10 days in jail; J.K Richmond charged John Srad+r wth pubL'c tax- ication, 10 das. on April a, mrr ca charg Thom R, DeCor wth t.rnmg thout a Farley charged Carrie Lee C.sUe wtth fslng without a license, 2 p] cta; C+M. Mace charged RF. Belitsky wire ..g, *LS pm sls; AW. madly charged Mike Smith with pgbllc inlxlLlon. $7 pl ts On April 5 C.M. e charged S.E, Gflken with exp'ed MVI, m0 plm c,a T.K mcbmond charged John hrad wLth p4Jh Lc ntox. JMaddy charged Terry Tallman wm p+,mm+oa e mm+jna, s0 pt s. o. April Z JW jei ated O'Dell Bennet t t public into..dti. $25 p t+:on AWll 0 A,W. maday etmrged Tarry TLhnn wRh imbue mtoaton ap,ltn ung te me aelmqucy o a minor,  and $100 pm+ttvely ca AWt l0 G.L. MUI charged Bonnie Bannett with th t of petit ay. ram0 m ets on eh et 1= n days Ln an, MIII atso charged p,o,mld days   t, and two cm ot tampermg, sx,o pl o. AprU n B.W. Twyroml charg ed Jele S. llayn= wire tmvlng an ex tVl, t+ pl els; C.M. Ma charged mehard H, cutlip with [atl to stop, $to d naradt. K. Smtth with tmving  eLr e,I mtvl.  pl cos; G,I* Mm atea Tmothy y Zmn t tUtlec, SO dayt; and C A cuea an *ge * I[OT DOG DINNER W ILW WD .,.  wan of wmow wood Ttm p SprLng+ Schl is  have their tint red going io haw a lint Ig Din. SOUEDANCE rash di ome aon tht+ ner.Pty,lZ+at4:00tL,? Sqre Dan speared y ctngpt+day,AprU,ate:te e mu wttl be bet dogs, the rl Catty 'tremett p.m.mmm mbersa: hakd m, ehm, slaw d- wmbeSatdayAlat:o0 M Pey Bn, Chair- aert,pch, t d ff Aim p.m al the en SCI man; Mrs, Oace , Co+ me will be lots of t and c.etor+. Mie hy r Catty CtmPman: Mn, Harry Fa, game. Cutups mrs FU m+ne, M. Jelm Cake walk. POnY rid+s, t+h riot+re+n, par+. mtLe Boley. rand, dk a booth, try aZVlV^L Mrs. JaPr,mtonWaLk,Mn. ,sto+drpr* S+youaU evvalatMt Ollteh" rally J Lmy. Mrs Cteva comeuowaudwetlhaveagoed on Madam Creek, Thespeaker mn, JahaHbertSw- te:elf A UZf 4 UL+ wtlltmKe,thbed+ordanha ats.dIVtn, mC Ky r! ay pr Adrm :m I v aMl+.AlanId at pAlUSU Ama,,on Ls is. *Ira and FayettelZe, W Va. eim i. a The Smm County uJted cmldren der I ?S tager a.da mael eplt Merlintrot pamh  k+ hard- filled speak RUMMAGmSALE We feel that both youug and The Ladle' AuXiliary of the old wilL profit fm lh - TaLcott Voluntr mee elrt- vi. Sawl beam at : me.L met Monday evening at pro, AI Z+ tlrm Ma S thefLhome plawnmda m+yone ts welcome t+ haw a mmag le My & 4 at me f ho L. TsleotL WOMAN GOL'ERS beginning each tam'rang .ttm m. TheWom Ltem at wm Wood try Club lt open Y.ose attmmng we Wa. the- cl.b yr with the t eaLI, Jo nalln, Party TalbotL laat day af tha so., We. Mary Wyant, aabara B+wning nemtay, may 2ed, at the club, Ha.nab Sta.dard, Glor+a Waed, wtth m Slat .s Wm at Rary Walk, I+mse the day.  wm be a stmrl Stanrd, Kay 'ralbatt. Marten bt ta t 10:+0 am. Taleott, and AILCe Srk. with te oft t at LI: a.m. An won gaU Lnteted T.e next eear mtmg of me  ged te be t tar mr+ t+tmltary is sd,ed [ May m mttng of the yr, 14 at VPM SENIO mNNR The Senior CiU Imnn wm SPeAKeR be Smutay Ap 2+ I 2- 4 Jeh. F, lankJ, Extension smn,'ed by C+ty Potiee, SpeealL. ptt pamoto d Mayor and Oty 11 emloy- Entometem+, W=t Vtrgmm un- , Ay e wmlmm to iveity, wm be me speakar f pt caU Oty ltall by Apr+l 2. me nt ton at the mnd-  mmrt fo or Home- .1t own to be held at V:0 p.m. Smmm county H Bask. in the Memmal eetng n etbaUm."FunARe" Hinton on MorJa, April S+, ltm wm be ham sday Ad  at topte wiLL b+ pt+ o I, TaleottmghSheOIGym,'nme Ontam, and me Home l:ae. dL dub member. Garae., LnvRed to nteilmm. The sht o t+ srmm+ Nmlcl+mcrL.v ed by the WVU mxtamton Set. CANDIVaTES vl ad the Blmtone LaXe pre eLtLnn nnmaezl .rate- Garden Club in mnt+n. Zver> merit+ mint be reed with me o s weleoma City Cerk b+twn AWU , d May 3, lm+. I+AIm Rm+mElcrs Dml.g Ira. one out at SEaVlCECOVP+ClL ery three ^mLns UWd Sm Catty Commtty on a farm, her, durtlm mwtce C+eennU win have a lt+n emy one am at a Amerl+ publLe mttng at the old F & R  w twen, -- Supply Supply n0Jng AprU m CP+S at 7 p.m. ''varyone i.vRe ing a revival h'om April 2- . lm nttly at me mnton m Phl Ammm vth vm',md par I+ mmmmn, Stt,nte.mmt at me mneld Dmet speaking. Sp+J.l smg- .,g win begtn me.htly at :,o p.m. wth m+ worsp m,t betn at 7:+o pm ; ^ numer will be prodded in the lmten Memodt mdt- Lamd BuLlnn  eldtdr, age rive and u,er, ATTmN'nON AaEA nESlDENTS Sm County HO la m.ud 1o  me ap+lag of t+ .ew mmerg.cy Serv* aeLLLty on Fr+day April m+h at mergy Sm'v+ Depart. mt are uk o foLlow the temporary .tyro+ inJeattng me main eatre o ma .ew [ tlity. We hOpa mm w admtLon VU v-m" e y, Um mu ity, in y .mt tar better I.mlm , TOVR Co.try mmLe t =tte.U Ut.hg M=le aty USA, t* beLng vlanm or Jy aria ou do not hat be | d +mmm to go. Te  wtU v+,t Chrmt+ m C.m+mm. vm a buumul bute to nm ne o Ch,.at, Rymaa Umr, Cqunu Mme I1.11 of I'ame, Opera Lard U,$. =nO me 0:ao p.m. Or.ha old otmra +h  a Saturd,y .ht. Lng yo atmm +mat f a io lo:ao a.m.K Imm a ta 10:e0 p.m.