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• . • , ........................ 2-Leader Thurs. April 5, 1979 News From Pipestem And True Areas " Noralee&apos;s Notebook Thought For Today- Reliance on mere human knowledge means living in opposiiton to God's control. Reading From The Bible- Adam and Eve began life with the most desirable environment for happy and worthwhile life that God could create. Gene- sis reveals that the evils of mankind are not the result of a bad environment but of the "works of the devil" ( Gen- esis 1:27, 31). God made Adam and Eve with a free will and gave them the privilege of choosing bet- ween right and wrong. But the serpent deceived Eve, causing her to reply on human under- standing and become independ- ent from God-not .believing His Word. In the day "that thou eatest thereof thous shall surely die. ( Genesis 2:17) The temp- ation Adam and Eve faced in the Garden of Eden is essent- ially the same that people face today. By causing them to doubt God's Word. God's plan for man is the same now as it was in Adam's day. His word is our infallible guide against decept- ion. When Jesus was tempted by Satan, he answered each att- ack by saying it written ( Matthew 4: 4,7, 10) . Lean not unto thine own understanding in all the ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths ( Proverbs 3:5-6). Memory Verse For The Week- Wherefore lay apart all filli- thiness and superfuity of naugh- tiness, and receive with meek- ness the engrafted word, which is able to save your souls ( James 1:21). Recipe From Noralee's Kit- chen- (FRENCH ONION SUP) If broth is pale, color a rich amber brown with liquid gravy browner or caramelized sugar. Makes 4 servings, l/z pound Spanish or yellow onions, peeled and sliced paper thin. 2 table- spoons butter ( no substitute) 1 quart beef broth, bouillon or consomme, l/s teaspoon pepper. Stir-fry onions in butter in a Honored With Suprhe Party Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Robertson, daughter of Mrs. Jo Mann of Nitro, West Virginia, formerly Hinton residents, were honored Sunday March 17th, with a surprise anniversary party hosted by Mrs. Nellie Robertson at 406 Cedar Ave in • Bellepoint. Mr. and Mrs. Mann • observed their 10th annivers- ary. Upon Mrs. Mann's arrival she was presented a corsage by . her neice and nephew, Kimber- ly •Dawn and Nickalous Rob- :" ertson. ; Decorations for the affair :7 consisted of a "Happy Anni- versary" banner and St. Pat- rick's decorations. A cake with :: "Happy Anniversary Nicka Jo and Charles" was the main attraction to the table. : Charles and Nicka Jo opened and displayed many lovely and useful gian The n's were married March 15, 1969 by Rev. Dam- eron in the Miller Memorial United Methodist Church. Mrs. Mann is the former Nicka Jo Marie Robertson and the late John N. Robertson of Belle- point. Nicka Jo is a part time Secretary at the Nitro Baptist Church at Nitro, West Virginia and is very active in several organizations there. Mr. Mann is former resident of Jumping Branch• He is the son of Mrs. Elsie Mann and the late Orville Mann of Jumping Branch. He is a postman and a part time realtor. He is also very active in several civic organizations. The Mann's have two children Kevin age 9 and Lynn age 8. Attending the party were: Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rebertson and D.K. of Athens, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. John Shephard of Jumping Branch; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Robertson, Kimberly Dawn and Nickalous, Mrs. Jo Marie Robertson, and the hono- tees and family. Sending gifts were:Mrs. Elsie Mann of Jumping Branch. Red Sulphur News .-' Community Supper The regular pot-luck supper ." was held Saturday night at the Community Hall. One of the largest groups so far with plenty of good food and fellow- ship was enjoyed by all pre- : sent. Mr. C.C. ballengee welcomed the group. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne , Mabry of Roanoke, Virignia were welcomed as first time guests and others attending were?: Mrs. Violet Coffman, Mrs. Irene Bowyer, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Meadows, Mrs. May Brown and Samuel Roy Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Hess- ler, and baby, Laura. Both ministers of the Red Sulphur Church were vresent. Rev. and Mrs. Jim Godwin of Bluefield and Rev. and "Mrs. Marshall Fowler of Lindside. Rev. God- win gave the invocation. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bel- cher and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Butler who were unable to attend for awhile were present for this gathering. Following the bountiful meal group singing provided the en- tertainment for the evening, and piano duets by Mrs. Tom Johnson and Mrs. Irene Long. large, heavy saucepan over low heat 10- 15 minutes until pale golden. Add broth and pepper, cover and simmer 20- 25 min- utes, stirring occasionally, until onions are very tender. Taste for salt and add if needed. Serve steaming hot with French bread. About 110 calories per serving. Variaiton: (French Onion Soup Au Gratin: ) prepare soup as directed and while it simmers, preheat oven to 400 also lightly toast 4 slices French bread. Ladle soup into 4 oven- proof soup bowls ( individual casseroles or marmites are per- fect). Float a piece of toast in each, and sprinkle generously with grated parmesan cheese. Bake uncovered 5- 7 minutes until cheese is lightly browned and bread puffed up. Serve at once. About 200 calories per serving. Mrs. Opel Houchins was hon- ored with a birthday dinner in her home given by her children this past Sunday. Mrs. Houchins • i Mrs. Lake Ura Wyrick of Pipe- stem celebrated her 82nd birth- day anniversary March I, 1979. Mrs. Wyrick's granddaughter Mary Mills of Princeton set her grandmother a birthday dinner in her home at Princeton• .The lovely birthday cake was cross white topped with pink roses and green leaves encircled with green trimming. Mrs. Wyrick enjoyed the day and the gifts she received• She has lived all her 82 years of her life at Pipestem• She was married to the late Henry Wyrick who died in the year of 1965. She lost her two sons in accidents• Nathen the oldest died in a hunting accident in the year of 1938 and her son Frank died in a car accident in the year of 1961. Mrs. Wyrick was from a family of 16, and her parents were•the late Joe Allen and Mahala ( Burke) Keaton. Mrs. Wyrick's most appreciative blessing is a daughter, Mrs. Madeline Reed who resides near her home and takes care of all her needs• Little 4 year old Rodney McBride photographed with his mother was transferred to Charlottesville from the Summers County Hospital March 21, 1979 and will be a patient at the University flospital for the next several days as he is under going observation and is the process of starting treatment• Rodney and his parents, Wayne and Karen McBride and all the McBride family would like to thank everyone for their kindness and prayers in these dark hours and we covet your prayers for Rodney's healing. The doctors at Charlottesville said Rodney would be on treatments for several years but we know that God has power to bring about his healing and we do thank everyone for prayers. Rodney loves to receive pretty cards his address is: Rodney McBride, Pediatrics, University Hospital, charlottes- ville, Virginia 22902. tt I • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES I I I DEALER OPPORTUNITY: MmJor line of quality 8toel buildinss for farm, Indu. trhd ud osmmert. Ro. wmlJng opportuJty f person that can qualify - requln $120041500 f overhead and opendinii enpmd. WdtetSoule Bufld- #, Systems, Inc., Route Box #298, Gsstonla, N.C. 28052 or call 704.864.26. was 75 years old March 26, 1979. After attending church services and returning home she was greeted by her birthday guests, and surprised with a delicious birthday dinner. A beautiful birthday cake was baked and decorated by her daughter, Edith Hopkins. Beau- tiful gifts were received and Mrs. Houchins was appreciat- ive of her children's thought- fulness for her. Relatives attending the birth- day dinner were Charles and Edith Hopkins, Dougles and Geradiine and daughter Diane, Servicemen Jumping The March meeting of the In The News Pvt. Walter E. Phillips of Alderson, W. Va., is particip- ating in "Sable Lion II," an Jumping Branch Tabernacle Mary Etta Mission Society was recently conducted in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Crook. The meeting was called to order by the prident, Mrs. Maxine Alderman who con- ducted the devotional reading the scripture from Psalms 119, followed by prayer. The pro- Army Training and Evaluation.gra m also featured singing of Program exercise at Fort Pick- favorite hymns and a personal ett, Va. The exercise features live tank and mortar firings and infantry squad and platoon pro- ficiency courses. Phillips is a driver with the 194th Armored Bridgade at Fort Knox, Ky. His wife, Virginia lives in Radcliff. Kv. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Phillips, live on Route 1, Alderson. Guess Who- The person in the mystery photograph will be revealed in next weeks Hinton News. This handson guy served in World War I1. He has res- ided at True most of his life but resides elsewhere at this pre- sent date. The mystery person in last weeks Hinton News was Jewel McBride daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi McBride and is now married to Jack Donahue and they reside at Pliney. James Houchins, Phyllis Houchins and Kathy, Bobby and Shirley Houchins, Danny and Rita, Clark and Judy Martin, Billy Bob Spangier, Frankin Spangler, Jimmy and Karen Spangler, and Phfllip Williams from Beokley. Rev. W.F. Sprinkel of Pipe- stem has been hospitalized for the past 4 weeks. He was transferred to Charleston from Summers County Hospital and is now a patient in the Raleigh General Hospital in Beckley. Anyone wishing to send him cards and letters of encourage- ment his address is: Raleigh General Hospital, Room 216, Beckley, W. Va. 25801. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richard of Nimitz are announcing the birth of a 7 pound daughter, borned in the Summers County Hospital March 21, 1979. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richard of Nimitz and Mr• and Mrs. W.D. Bridges of Big Creek. Mrs• Edna Wyand has been a patient in Charlottesville, Va. for the past several weeks. Anyone wishing to send Mrs. Wyand cards or letters of encouragement her address is University Hospital, Room 5-25, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902. Mr. John Deeds of Bellepoint wiUremain a patient in the hospital in Charlottesville for the next several weeks. It would be a big encouragement to Mr. • Deed to receive cards from his freinds. His address is B- I- 79 University Hospital, Charlottes- ville, Va. 22902. Engagement Announced Karen McBride Mr. and Mrs. Levi McBride of True wishes to announce the engagement and forth coming marriage of their daughter, Karen Sue McBride to Gary Burley of Oak Hill. Miss McBride graduated She is employed by Dr. C.K. Agarwal at the Summers Com- munity Clinic. Mr. Burley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burley of Oak Hill and he graduated from Oak Hill High School with theclass : :: from Hinton High School with of 1975 and is employed by the :  the class of 1976. She attended Beckley Office and Supply Com-  • -  ,g:i:)i West Virginia Career College at pany. An April wedding is i..:. Huntington where she graduat- planed. ,- : ed honored student of the year. Senior Citizens Ask? ,i.!.!!ii(=D. -,,--,,,,, Send questions for this Robert Hovatter celebrated his 17th birthday anniversary March 26, 1979. He is the son of Joyce and Kenneth Harrison of Princeton and a member of the Princeton High School Band ball team. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Levi McBride of True. Brian Golf of Woodbridge cele- brated his 11th birthday March 12, 1979. Brian is a star football player and plays on his school's football team. His hobby is out door sports and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacky Goff of Woodbridge and grandson of Mrs. Scott Thompson of Wood- bridge and Mrs. Pansy Walter of Pipestem. Branch News Moten, Mrs. Jackie Combs, Erin and Beth, Mrs. Zura Cook, Janie Cook, Mrs. Reva Lilly, Mrs. Marie Lilly, Mrs. Orma Lilly, Mrs. Maxine Alderman, Mrs. Debbie Alderman, and Tara, and the hostess, Mrs. Frances Crook. The next meeting will be held at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Elmo Alderman April 3 and will consist of a covered dish din- ner. testinonies. The Bible Quiz for the month was in charge of Mrs. Francis Crook. The closing prayer was given by mrs. Linda Chambers. Following a short business session refreshments were served to : Mrs. Becky Co- m hs, Mrs. Linda Chambers , Mrs. Shirley Conner, Mrs. Stella Butler, Mrs. Carolyn Richmond , Mrs. Nellie Lilly, Mrs. Clara Arthur, Mrs. Rose Mr. and mrs. Bill Hyatt and daughter Penny and son, Paul were visitors Sunday evening March 111 at the 7 p.m. church service. Mr. Hyatt , a miss- ionary working throughout West Virginia was a guest speaker at 7 p.m. at the Blue- stone Baptist Church. The Hy- atts are missionaries with word of life clubs. column to Summers County Senior Citizens Program, Title II1, Box 776, Hinton, wv 25951, or call 466- 4019. ..Q. ! have to take a lot of different pills • throughout the day and I keep them in a pill box. I can keep track of them all right, but was wondering if there was any other reason they should be kept separate? • .A. You've probably never given any thought to why a medicine comes in a particular container. But whether it's a prescription or an over-the- counter drug in tablet capsule or liquid form, there is a reason for the way it is packaged. The container helps preserve the drug's strength= ". •The Food and Drug Administration .re consumers not to make unnecessary switches in drug containers. So while that little pill box may be more attractive , it may not preserve the medicine nearly as well as the original bottle did. • •Drugs are sensitive to temperature, moisture oxygen and light. Manufacturers are required by law to package drugs likely to lose quality in ways that will preserve them a reasonable length of time. If you absolutely must switch containers, ask your pharmacist or doctor whether the new contaner is suitable. Then, carefully label the new one so that you'll know what the drug is and how often it should be taken. Each drug should have a separate container. • .The above information and the additional suggestions below come from Consumer Product Information Center, Washington, D.C. • •--Never transfer a drug to a container that once held a different medicine. The drug could mix with traces of the previous contents and cause an undesirable effect. • .--Always keep the cap of the contaner tightly sealed. Follow carefully any storage instructions on the label. If you have any questions, ask your pharmacist. ..--If anything happens to the original plastic lid, or if the plastic top comes loose after several openings and closing, ask your pharmacist for another. ..All of of these tips apply equally to medicines in liquid tablet or capsule form. None should be transferred unnecessarily from the original container. • .Q. Is there any way to stop getting "junk nmil"? ..A. If you wish to have your name removed from mailing lists in order to stop receiving third class or "junk ' mail write to: DM.. Direct Mail- Mrketing Association, Inc. Consumer Relations Department 6East 43rd Street, New York, New York 10017 .. If anyone does this and it works, please let us know at the Senior Citizens Center. Thanks. Hospital Note Summers County Hospital March 20, 1979 Admitted: Carl McGuire, Ashley, Kentucky; Deborah Richmond, Nancy Rose, Gary Meador, all of Hinton; Glenda Hedrtck, Pence Springs; Cath- erine Leigel, Talcott; Julia Par- ker, Alderson; William Wick- line, Aaron Bentley, both of Meadow Bridge; and Dovey Bennett, Jumping Branch. Dismissed: Kirby Gwinn, Lockbridge; Barbara Glenn, Emma Dick, beth of Sandstone; Carolyn Huffman, Helen Adk- ins, beth of Hinton; Rita Staf- ford, Memphis, Tenn.; I2ynda Williams, Alderson. Roberta Harless Double.Weddin Roberta Harless, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harless of Elton and Michael Dale Vand- all, son of Mr. ,and mrs. Eug- ene Vandall of Elton. Debra Lynn Vandall d.auhter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Vandalll of Elton and DonaldRay Davis son of mr. and Davis of Meadow Plans are bein double wedding. set for April 14, 1979J ,at Calvery Ba] Meadow Bridge, Allen Sheriff Cheermakers HoMs Meeting The Cheermakers Class of Mrs. Jo Marie Miller Memorial,,United Meth - Song of Victory" odist Church held, their m9nthly meeting, Tuesday Mar.oh 20 at the home of Mrs, Grace Saund- ers in Bellepoint,. President, Mrs. Bea Ballen- gee called the meeting to order and Miss Virginia Maddy had prayer. Miss Maddy also read Priceless Gift" by gee. Mrs. Madge a St. Patrick Day everyone enjoyed. Members obsl day this month ed gifts by Members with the Secretary's report, which month were: Mrs. was approved by all present. Willey and' Mrs. Dues were then collected and ertson. Treasurer Report was given by Delicious Mrs. Nellie Robertson. served to the Members then signed cards .bers and guests. for the sick and shut-ins. Class Mrs. Bea voted to do some special things Madge Butts, for the sick an.d ..shut-ins at Saunders, Mrs. Easter time ...... Wi]ley., Mrs. Bible Quiz was then held and ertson, Mrs. Kathy .next month's quiz will come from chapters 1 anf 2 of Acts. Program was then held and the following having items they read. They were: "Mothers Day Gift" by Miss Maddy; "Praising God" by Mrs. Madge Butts; "Desserted Places" by Virginia Maddy, Robertson and Willey and RobertsOn. April meeting will home of Nell BellepoinL To Lose Entitlem, To GI Bill Benefits Approximately 6,000 Vietnam have GI Bill eli Era veterans fn west virginia will lose it by 1984. will lose their entitlement to GI emphasizing Bill benefits during the next year. VA Regional Director Sam A. Tiano said the figure represents the total number of veterans who will have reached the tenth anniversary of their separation form military duty. The law "is the time factor, maximum use of GI veteran must be ten- year limit and ed well, before time A typical eran, for example, left the service in .provides veterans with a ten- earned max|mum year time limit to use educ- education ational and training benefits. Tiano said that while some 58 percent of West Virginia vet- erans have used some or all of their GI Bill rights, there are thousands who can still make at least partial use of their re- maining time. VA estimates that on a nationwide basis more than half the number of veterans who same veteran were On a full time, four' ege program, it ed this year so that completed by 1983 veteran's eligibility any event, benefits payable only until reached the time matter how far gram was. GOVERNMENT LANDS from $7.50 acre!00 Investment! Vacation! Farming! Exclusive buyers guide. Complete information $6.00 Money back guarantee ........ ( ........................... To: IrNITED ASSOCIATES- IIEPI II 305 Walbridge Buildin Buffalo N.Y. 14202 Name •/ddress City J State .............. Zip ............ • . • , ........................ 2-Leader Thurs. April 5, 1979 News From Pipestem And True Areas " Noralee's Notebook Thought For Today- Reliance on mere human knowledge means living in opposiiton to God's control. Reading From The Bible- Adam and Eve began life with the most desirable environment for happy and worthwhile life that God could create. Gene- sis reveals that the evils of mankind are not the result of a bad environment but of the "works of the devil" ( Gen- esis 1:27, 31). God made Adam and Eve with a free will and gave them the privilege of choosing bet- ween right and wrong. But the serpent deceived Eve, causing her to reply on human under- standing and become independ- ent from God-not .believing His Word. In the day "that thou eatest thereof thous shall surely die. ( Genesis 2:17) The temp- ation Adam and Eve faced in the Garden of Eden is essent- ially the same that people face today. By causing them to doubt God's Word. God's plan for man is the same now as it was in Adam's day. His word is our infallible guide against decept- ion. When Jesus was tempted by Satan, he answered each att- ack by saying it written ( Matthew 4: 4,7, 10) . Lean not unto thine own understanding in all the ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths ( Proverbs 3:5-6). Memory Verse For The Week- Wherefore lay apart all filli- thiness and superfuity of naugh- tiness, and receive with meek- ness the engrafted word, which is able to save your souls ( James 1:21). Recipe From Noralee's Kit- chen- (FRENCH ONION SUP) If broth is pale, color a rich amber brown with liquid gravy browner or caramelized sugar. Makes 4 servings, l/z pound Spanish or yellow onions, peeled and sliced paper thin. 2 table- spoons butter ( no substitute) 1 quart beef broth, bouillon or consomme, l/s teaspoon pepper. Stir-fry onions in butter in a Honored With Suprhe Party Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Robertson, daughter of Mrs. Jo Mann of Nitro, West Virginia, formerly Hinton residents, were honored Sunday March 17th, with a surprise anniversary party hosted by Mrs. Nellie Robertson at 406 Cedar Ave in • Bellepoint. Mr. and Mrs. Mann • observed their 10th annivers- ary. Upon Mrs. Mann's arrival she was presented a corsage by . her neice and nephew, Kimber- ly •Dawn and Nickalous Rob- :" ertson. ; Decorations for the affair :7 consisted of a "Happy Anni- versary" banner and St. Pat- rick's decorations. A cake with :: "Happy Anniversary Nicka Jo and Charles" was the main attraction to the table. : Charles and Nicka Jo opened and displayed many lovely and useful gian The n's were married March 15, 1969 by Rev. Dam- eron in the Miller Memorial United Methodist Church. Mrs. Mann is the former Nicka Jo Marie Robertson and the late John N. Robertson of Belle- point. Nicka Jo is a part time Secretary at the Nitro Baptist Church at Nitro, West Virginia and is very active in several organizations there. Mr. Mann is former resident of Jumping Branch• He is the son of Mrs. Elsie Mann and the late Orville Mann of Jumping Branch. He is a postman and a part time realtor. He is also very active in several civic organizations. The Mann's have two children Kevin age 9 and Lynn age 8. Attending the party were: Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rebertson and D.K. of Athens, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. John Shephard of Jumping Branch; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Robertson, Kimberly Dawn and Nickalous, Mrs. Jo Marie Robertson, and the hono- tees and family. Sending gifts were:Mrs. Elsie Mann of Jumping Branch. Red Sulphur News .-' Community Supper The regular pot-luck supper ." was held Saturday night at the Community Hall. One of the largest groups so far with plenty of good food and fellow- ship was enjoyed by all pre- : sent. Mr. C.C. ballengee welcomed the group. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne , Mabry of Roanoke, Virignia were welcomed as first time guests and others attending were?: Mrs. Violet Coffman, Mrs. Irene Bowyer, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Meadows, Mrs. May Brown and Samuel Roy Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Hess- ler, and baby, Laura. Both ministers of the Red Sulphur Church were vresent. Rev. and Mrs. Jim Godwin of Bluefield and Rev. and "Mrs. Marshall Fowler of Lindside. Rev. God- win gave the invocation. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bel- cher and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Butler who were unable to attend for awhile were present for this gathering. Following the bountiful meal group singing provided the en- tertainment for the evening, and piano duets by Mrs. Tom Johnson and Mrs. Irene Long. large, heavy saucepan over low heat 10- 15 minutes until pale golden. Add broth and pepper, cover and simmer 20- 25 min- utes, stirring occasionally, until onions are very tender. Taste for salt and add if needed. Serve steaming hot with French bread. About 110 calories per serving. Variaiton: (French Onion Soup Au Gratin: ) prepare soup as directed and while it simmers, preheat oven to 400 also lightly toast 4 slices French bread. Ladle soup into 4 oven- proof soup bowls ( individual casseroles or marmites are per- fect). Float a piece of toast in each, and sprinkle generously with grated parmesan cheese. Bake uncovered 5- 7 minutes until cheese is lightly browned and bread puffed up. Serve at once. About 200 calories per serving. Mrs. Opel Houchins was hon- ored with a birthday dinner in her home given by her children this past Sunday. Mrs. Houchins • i Mrs. Lake Ura Wyrick of Pipe- stem celebrated her 82nd birth- day anniversary March I, 1979. Mrs. Wyrick's granddaughter Mary Mills of Princeton set her grandmother a birthday dinner in her home at Princeton• .The lovely birthday cake was cross white topped with pink roses and green leaves encircled with green trimming. Mrs. Wyrick enjoyed the day and the gifts she received• She has lived all her 82 years of her life at Pipestem• She was married to the late Henry Wyrick who died in the year of 1965. She lost her two sons in accidents• Nathen the oldest died in a hunting accident in the year of 1938 and her son Frank died in a car accident in the year of 1961. Mrs. Wyrick was from a family of 16, and her parents were•the late Joe Allen and Mahala ( Burke) Keaton. Mrs. Wyrick's most appreciative blessing is a daughter, Mrs. Madeline Reed who resides near her home and takes care of all her needs• Little 4 year old Rodney McBride photographed with his mother was transferred to Charlottesville from the Summers County Hospital March 21, 1979 and will be a patient at the University flospital for the next several days as he is under going observation and is the process of starting treatment• Rodney and his parents, Wayne and Karen McBride and all the McBride family would like to thank everyone for their kindness and prayers in these dark hours and we covet your prayers for Rodney's healing. The doctors at Charlottesville said Rodney would be on treatments for several years but we know that God has power to bring about his healing and we do thank everyone for prayers. Rodney loves to receive pretty cards his address is: Rodney McBride, Pediatrics, University Hospital, charlottes- ville, Virginia 22902. tt I • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES I I I DEALER OPPORTUNITY: MmJor line of quality 8toel buildinss for farm, Indu. trhd ud osmmert. Ro. wmlJng opportuJty f person that can qualify - requln $120041500 f overhead and opendinii enpmd. WdtetSoule Bufld- #, Systems, Inc., Route Box #298, Gsstonla, N.C. 28052 or call 704.864.26. was 75 years old March 26, 1979. After attending church services and returning home she was greeted by her birthday guests, and surprised with a delicious birthday dinner. A beautiful birthday cake was baked and decorated by her daughter, Edith Hopkins. Beau- tiful gifts were received and Mrs. Houchins was appreciat- ive of her children's thought- fulness for her. Relatives attending the birth- day dinner were Charles and Edith Hopkins, Dougles and Geradiine and daughter Diane, Servicemen Jumping The March meeting of the In The News Pvt. Walter E. Phillips of Alderson, W. Va., is particip- ating in "Sable Lion II," an Jumping Branch Tabernacle Mary Etta Mission Society was recently conducted in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Crook. The meeting was called to order by the prident, Mrs. Maxine Alderman who con- ducted the devotional reading the scripture from Psalms 119, followed by prayer. The pro- Army Training and Evaluation.gra m also featured singing of Program exercise at Fort Pick- favorite hymns and a personal ett, Va. The exercise features live tank and mortar firings and infantry squad and platoon pro- ficiency courses. Phillips is a driver with the 194th Armored Bridgade at Fort Knox, Ky. His wife, Virginia lives in Radcliff. Kv. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Phillips, live on Route 1, Alderson. Guess Who- The person in the mystery photograph will be revealed in next weeks Hinton News. This handson guy served in World War I1. He has res- ided at True most of his life but resides elsewhere at this pre- sent date. The mystery person in last weeks Hinton News was Jewel McBride daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi McBride and is now married to Jack Donahue and they reside at Pliney. James Houchins, Phyllis Houchins and Kathy, Bobby and Shirley Houchins, Danny and Rita, Clark and Judy Martin, Billy Bob Spangier, Frankin Spangler, Jimmy and Karen Spangler, and Phfllip Williams from Beokley. Rev. W.F. Sprinkel of Pipe- stem has been hospitalized for the past 4 weeks. He was transferred to Charleston from Summers County Hospital and is now a patient in the Raleigh General Hospital in Beckley. Anyone wishing to send him cards and letters of encourage- ment his address is: Raleigh General Hospital, Room 216, Beckley, W. Va. 25801. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richard of Nimitz are announcing the birth of a 7 pound daughter, borned in the Summers County Hospital March 21, 1979. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richard of Nimitz and Mr• and Mrs. W.D. Bridges of Big Creek. Mrs• Edna Wyand has been a patient in Charlottesville, Va. for the past several weeks. Anyone wishing to send Mrs. Wyand cards or letters of encouragement her address is University Hospital, Room 5-25, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902. Mr. John Deeds of Bellepoint wiUremain a patient in the hospital in Charlottesville for the next several weeks. It would be a big encouragement to Mr. • Deed to receive cards from his freinds. His address is B- I- 79 University Hospital, Charlottes- ville, Va. 22902. Engagement Announced Karen McBride Mr. and Mrs. Levi McBride of True wishes to announce the engagement and forth coming marriage of their daughter, Karen Sue McBride to Gary Burley of Oak Hill. Miss McBride graduated She is employed by Dr. C.K. Agarwal at the Summers Com- munity Clinic. Mr. Burley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burley of Oak Hill and he graduated from Oak Hill High School with theclass : :: from Hinton High School with of 1975 and is employed by the :  the class of 1976. She attended Beckley Office and Supply Com-  • -  ,g:i:)i West Virginia Career College at pany. An April wedding is i..:. Huntington where she graduat- planed. ,- : ed honored student of the year. Senior Citizens Ask? ,i.!.!!ii(=D. -,,--,,,,, Send questions for this Robert Hovatter celebrated his 17th birthday anniversary March 26, 1979. He is the son of Joyce and Kenneth Harrison of Princeton and a member of the Princeton High School Band ball team. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Levi McBride of True. Brian Golf of Woodbridge cele- brated his 11th birthday March 12, 1979. Brian is a star football player and plays on his school's football team. His hobby is out door sports and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacky Goff of Woodbridge and grandson of Mrs. Scott Thompson of Wood- bridge and Mrs. Pansy Walter of Pipestem. Branch News Moten, Mrs. Jackie Combs, Erin and Beth, Mrs. Zura Cook, Janie Cook, Mrs. Reva Lilly, Mrs. Marie Lilly, Mrs. Orma Lilly, Mrs. Maxine Alderman, Mrs. Debbie Alderman, and Tara, and the hostess, Mrs. Frances Crook. The next meeting will be held at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Elmo Alderman April 3 and will consist of a covered dish din- ner. testinonies. The Bible Quiz for the month was in charge of Mrs. Francis Crook. The closing prayer was given by mrs. Linda Chambers. Following a short business session refreshments were served to : Mrs. Becky Co- m hs, Mrs. Linda Chambers , Mrs. Shirley Conner, Mrs. Stella Butler, Mrs. Carolyn Richmond , Mrs. Nellie Lilly, Mrs. Clara Arthur, Mrs. Rose Mr. and mrs. Bill Hyatt and daughter Penny and son, Paul were visitors Sunday evening March 111 at the 7 p.m. church service. Mr. Hyatt , a miss- ionary working throughout West Virginia was a guest speaker at 7 p.m. at the Blue- stone Baptist Church. The Hy- atts are missionaries with word of life clubs. column to Summers County Senior Citizens Program, Title II1, Box 776, Hinton, wv 25951, or call 466- 4019. ..Q. ! have to take a lot of different pills • throughout the day and I keep them in a pill box. I can keep track of them all right, but was wondering if there was any other reason they should be kept separate? • .A. You've probably never given any thought to why a medicine comes in a particular container. But whether it's a prescription or an over-the- counter drug in tablet capsule or liquid form, there is a reason for the way it is packaged. The container helps preserve the drug's strength= ". •The Food and Drug Administration .re consumers not to make unnecessary switches in drug containers. So while that little pill box may be more attractive , it may not preserve the medicine nearly as well as the original bottle did. • •Drugs are sensitive to temperature, moisture oxygen and light. Manufacturers are required by law to package drugs likely to lose quality in ways that will preserve them a reasonable length of time. If you absolutely must switch containers, ask your pharmacist or doctor whether the new contaner is suitable. Then, carefully label the new one so that you'll know what the drug is and how often it should be taken. Each drug should have a separate container. • .The above information and the additional suggestions below come from Consumer Product Information Center, Washington, D.C. • •--Never transfer a drug to a container that once held a different medicine. The drug could mix with traces of the previous contents and cause an undesirable effect. • .--Always keep the cap of the contaner tightly sealed. Follow carefully any storage instructions on the label. If you have any questions, ask your pharmacist. ..--If anything happens to the original plastic lid, or if the plastic top comes loose after several openings and closing, ask your pharmacist for another. ..All of of these tips apply equally to medicines in liquid tablet or capsule form. None should be transferred unnecessarily from the original container. • .Q. Is there any way to stop getting "junk nmil"? ..A. If you wish to have your name removed from mailing lists in order to stop receiving third class or "junk ' mail write to: DM.. Direct Mail- Mrketing Association, Inc. Consumer Relations Department 6East 43rd Street, New York, New York 10017 .. If anyone does this and it works, please let us know at the Senior Citizens Center. Thanks. Hospital Note Summers County Hospital March 20, 1979 Admitted: Carl McGuire, Ashley, Kentucky; Deborah Richmond, Nancy Rose, Gary Meador, all of Hinton; Glenda Hedrtck, Pence Springs; Cath- erine Leigel, Talcott; Julia Par- ker, Alderson; William Wick- line, Aaron Bentley, both of Meadow Bridge; and Dovey Bennett, Jumping Branch. Dismissed: Kirby Gwinn, Lockbridge; Barbara Glenn, Emma Dick, beth of Sandstone; Carolyn Huffman, Helen Adk- ins, beth of Hinton; Rita Staf- ford, Memphis, Tenn.; I2ynda Williams, Alderson. Roberta Harless Double.Weddin Roberta Harless, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harless of Elton and Michael Dale Vand- all, son of Mr. ,and mrs. Eug- ene Vandall of Elton. Debra Lynn Vandall d.auhter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Vandalll of Elton and DonaldRay Davis son of mr. and Davis of Meadow Plans are bein double wedding. set for April 14, 1979J ,at Calvery Ba] Meadow Bridge, Allen Sheriff Cheermakers HoMs Meeting The Cheermakers Class of Mrs. Jo Marie Miller Memorial,,United Meth - Song of Victory" odist Church held, their m9nthly meeting, Tuesday Mar.oh 20 at the home of Mrs, Grace Saund- ers in Bellepoint,. President, Mrs. Bea Ballen- gee called the meeting to order and Miss Virginia Maddy had prayer. Miss Maddy also read Priceless Gift" by gee. Mrs. Madge a St. Patrick Day everyone enjoyed. Members obsl day this month ed gifts by Members with the Secretary's report, which month were: Mrs. was approved by all present. Willey and' Mrs. Dues were then collected and ertson. Treasurer Report was given by Delicious Mrs. Nellie Robertson. served to the Members then signed cards .bers and guests. for the sick and shut-ins. Class Mrs. Bea voted to do some special things Madge Butts, for the sick an.d ..shut-ins at Saunders, Mrs. Easter time ...... Wi]ley., Mrs. Bible Quiz was then held and ertson, Mrs. Kathy .next month's quiz will come from chapters 1 anf 2 of Acts. Program was then held and the following having items they read. They were: "Mothers Day Gift" by Miss Maddy; "Praising God" by Mrs. Madge Butts; "Desserted Places" by Virginia Maddy, Robertson and Willey and RobertsOn. April meeting will home of Nell BellepoinL To Lose Entitlem, To GI Bill Benefits Approximately 6,000 Vietnam have GI Bill eli Era veterans fn west virginia will lose it by 1984. will lose their entitlement to GI emphasizing Bill benefits during the next year. VA Regional Director Sam A. Tiano said the figure represents the total number of veterans who will have reached the tenth anniversary of their separation form military duty. The law "is the time factor, maximum use of GI veteran must be ten- year limit and ed well, before time A typical eran, for example, left the service in .provides veterans with a ten- earned max|mum year time limit to use educ- education ational and training benefits. Tiano said that while some 58 percent of West Virginia vet- erans have used some or all of their GI Bill rights, there are thousands who can still make at least partial use of their re- maining time. VA estimates that on a nationwide basis more than half the number of veterans who same veteran were On a full time, four' ege program, it ed this year so that completed by 1983 veteran's eligibility any event, benefits payable only until reached the time matter how far gram was. GOVERNMENT LANDS from $7.50 acre!00 Investment! Vacation! Farming! Exclusive buyers guide. Complete information $6.00 Money back guarantee ........ ( ........................... To: IrNITED ASSOCIATES- IIEPI II 305 Walbridge Buildin Buffalo N.Y. 14202 Name •/ddress City J State .............. Zip ............ 2-Leader Thurs. April 5, 1979 News FromPipestem And True Areas standg and become mdepend- 1 fm God not litng ms word. In the y t thou eatLthet th tl 8.mJy die. I is 2:t7 'e temp ation Adam and Eae faeea in the Garden of mn is nt- Lnby the me tt p01e ram today Bymgth to dbt G 's Word Cad's plan far man +s the me nnw as a was t. Ad.m'a day Iris ward ts n Lntamble grade a+aiml accept- Inn w'n Jm waste=pt by Satan, he a,'ed ch aLL- sek by rtng il wtten ( m.Lm 4: 4,?, 10) • tan am Ilnllll+J t tn thine own de'nd{ns Ln --'-'--'- a. t +ay aem,owle<e m, Notebook and he , ,m, m ,,m < Provert a:) Thought For Tmtay+ Rlianm on me hzan knowledge MemoryVe+Furl31eW+k. means Iivi.g In Opl+Stou to w+om I apart an m- God's mntrnl thin and saparhdty ot ua+ -- team, and +Lye ruth ask- Reading From The Bible nthemgrafiedword, which Adam and Eve began line mm ta able to rove y+ soum [ themmtdemrableenvlrement Jamm l:mx) for happy and worthwhile lge that Cod couLd abate. Gen+ ReeL+ From N+alm's rat+ sm revmts that the evils of chew IPPNClt ONION SUP) i mankindarenot the rmuhof a If bath m pale, color a deh bad eavzroment but of the amber brown mm nqmd gravy "works of the devU" ( n- brunet or ++ameli sugar esis 1:27. m) mskm 4 mmin+ *+ pared .Ged ade Adam and Eve SpanishoryeUowu,om peeled with a fm wilL and gave men and st+earl paper thin 2 table. the priv,ege of ebbing bet- spoon +utter < m sumutute+ i w+n ril and wang. But the q+rt beef broth, tmuillm + mrpent dmeivod ZVer camtng co+mine, ++ teaspoon peppr her to reply on human ruder. Stlr-fry onion+ in butter in a Honored With Suprise Pa+rty Mr and M Charl A + on, ug erofM Jo Mann nr Nitro, wt virginia, Marie Robern and the late formerlyHintonlderus,wem John N Roberts+an of Belle. h°;innrt Sued r ......... hy P°i .................. • wia sur r+m anmver 8sectary at the Nitro Baptist party hated by Mm Nellie ch at Nitro. Wmt vtrg+n+a Re.Preen at 4O6 Cedar Ave in and is very active in my+at Bellelint Mr and mm MaN organimti them, Mr mn nt"ed their lOth anmv, is former rident of Jging Branch He Ls the son of Mm arYupon M Mann's mival E[sieMannandthelateOWlie she was pented a eoge by Mann of Jumping Brh. He is her neieeandnephew, Klmber. a postman and a part llme i ly Dawn and NickSlo Rob. ltor Heisalgovyaetivein ertsnn versl elvte orgnntU. DoratioP for the affair TimMann'ahavetwochitdren Large. hoary pan over low ht 10. 15 mmut until pale golden. Add broth and peter, enver and ++mm  2 rain- ut, miming eamsna.y, tl onio a very tander Tame tnr salt and addir needed Sere ataami,m hol ,m Pr+neh hd Abont n0 ealnrL par lng Vsriaiten: Freneh Onnn So.p AU GratL.:l prepare up  alL.Led a. whLle It SLe, pht oven to 4OO allghUytst 4 sLLe Feh bread ldle up into 4 oven- prf up hewls < individl csarol or marmit a per- ch, and sprinkle genely with grated Imn cheese, eake eoaer +-  minut ttl ch is LighUy bmwn and hd pr up. Serve at snee. Aboat 2 lor, per aerving. Mn Opel Hnhtrts w hon- ored wire a bLrthdsy mnaer in her home given by her d.llen thin pare Sday mrs Ho Mrs. Lake Ura Wyrlk of Pp¢- stem ee,ebrut++ her S2nd bih- day s..,wrsavy Mah ,, tg?,, mrs. Wyriek's granddaoghter mar MIlls of Pr.¢et set her gr..d.emer a htthday di..er I. her home at Pri.c. The Invey hlrmay ease *as erusa white topW+ wLto ptok ses end cre. leaes e.eeL*d tm green tremor.g, M Wrlek eniny the day n.d th gilts ,h. received. She has llwl all her S2 yea af hey lUe at Pipestem. Shy .ms .,arrl+d to the Inte IIe.ry Wyrek whu dLod in me ynar ef t, She lost he. ,o so.s in accident.. Name. th eldes, dle i. a h.ntln aeetd.t t. the year or 19 and her . rra.k di i. n ear .cide.t in the e=r o ,++,. Mrs. Wyrlek was rom a ,smUy er tu. a.d he paren e me late doe Alle. =.d Mahala ( I+.rke Kesto.. M, Wyrek's rues, appreciaU+e blesi,,g Ls a • eonsLmed of a "Happy Am- levin age + and Lynn age 6 versary r .n.er snd Sl Pat ++,.e.dmg the party : riek'sdarabom Akewith Mr. and Mrs. Jay 1. 'HappyJnnLveryNielm Ja andDK orALhem, OhLs: Mr a.d Cheres 'r waa the main and M. Jnlm Shephard of a,lracLion lo tha Labe. JumpLng Branch: Mr and Mrs CherlesandNielmJoopad Dennis Robern. KimberLy a.d displayed ma.y Lovely and Dawn aria Nielmlo. M Jo Marie aoberts, and the hon ef gi • The m'a were maLed  aad family, da..,mter, Mrs. Pdadeli.e Reed : duh S, tZ< by v. Osm- ,di.ggirLswe:M.Zma lmrestd,,earher heeand ernn in the MilLar Mmarlal Mann or J.m.g Branch. ,aks e.re nr all her .e+'d. UniLed Mathedist Church¸ m Mann ia the former Nicks Jo Red Sulphur News Coma,.n,y s.per 'le regular lt-iuck supper was held Sol.day night at the Coaununity Hall one of the larger group  far with plenty of good food and fellow- ship was enjoyed by all p- m Mr CC. tmReng lmed thegup. Mr and M Wayne Mabry o Roanoke, WnghLs were welmed as fit thne Little 4 year eM Redney MeB de pho ographed with his mother gulls and othe altending a transferred to Charlettvllle from the Summers €'aunty we: M. voe Coffman, llpaal March ZL . a.d will m+ a pa.eut al the University Srla. oen of Woolrldee eels. Mn lne owy, Mr. and ..pa=t tar the .ext severa dys as e s a.der geese ramsmhbm,dayamh Mrs. Basil Mdows, M. May nbrrvattmtaadlstheprsetstank,gtatment. Rodeyand IZ. LSTB, Brian is a st=r ttball BrownandSamt RoyBrown his parent. Wayne and Kare McBrmo and ate te MeUrme playera.dplaysschrs and Mr and M Brad H- lamely ld like to thank everyone r their kindness and I¢ball team. His hobby {s out ler, and baby. Laa. Both praye la these dark hours and we covet yr praye t dr alerts and heis the n of ministers of the Red Slph I(e4ney's healing. The dmrs at Charlottesville said Bodney Mr. and M, Jacky GOfr of Chch were aent. ev. and wouid be nn Ireatmen [or several years bat we know that God WOOdhrldge and grands of Mrs Jim Godwin of Bluefleld hasleermhrlngabOathlsheatl.gandwedolhankeveryone for Mrs. Scott numpsnn of WOOd. and Ray and ra mau pro)era. 3%dney Iov m ete pretty cards his address Is: bridge ann Mrs, Pansy Wulter Fowler of Lindside. Roy God+ Bodney McBrtde, Pectialr{m, Univemity Hmpital, +harloUm el etpestem. win gave the invention, vlHe, Virginia . Mr and Mrs. Dewey Be] eherand Mr and Mrs. Freddie __..__________ Jumping Branch News Butler who ...... ble to orv.tctig/ell +'me March meeting of five Moran,  Jackie Comic, attend for awhiZe wnre prnl .................. In The ........................................ Mary zeta MiNion society w+ Jarue Cmk, Mrs. aevs tally, FsUowing the omtfful meal eatty conducted in the home Mrs mare LiLly. Mrs area group ranging pravtded me on- of Mr. and Mrs, Tommy Crook, Lilly, Mm. maxina ademan, tertMnmonl [ the evening, eWS +the rotating +,m called to ix,s+, Debhie ALderman. .nO and piano duet+ by M=. Tom order by the prtdent, mm Tara, ann the hat+, Mrs. Joh+ av Mm Zrem Long Maxne Alderman who con- Franem Crmk. -- Pvt Walter E Phillip of dueled the devotionaL +adJng Tna t mating will he held A]d, W Va, is partieip+ the ript fm Psai 119. at the home of Ray. and Mn, sting in ,,Sabl e taon II," an folJoed by prayer The pro. ElmoA]dermanApnl3andwfll Army Training and Evolution gra m also featttad singing of ist of a covered dsh din. P'am exeI at Fort Pick. favorite hymn and a pearl n+ BU$1MLS OPPORTONITIES eLt, Va ttinonLm, a Bme z for The exerei f.t live themonthw,sinergenfMm. Mr. and mrs mn ttyalt d 0 oeaTtrl, ert, tank and morLar a and u .+ m.mt  Ln+sntry md and platn W+ Francis Cm+  elmira+ aught+ Pem and an, Past Philli is a drtv with the Chamber=+ mah m at the 7 pro, ch .,..llml t io. eoUowLng a short bl.  mr myatt, a mm- 2o Knox zv. on re men  ionary t hrough.out r ms' wit Vt n 1 m+ed to : mrs. Baby Ca- o.,,Su.,+ .1 Wmt vtmtnta was a gtmst ='IU".W't..'+°P'. P..de,tr, Kv+e' n+tma  a ms, r+t. Lt.a Cambers , ap.Xer at7 p.m. a+dm.+ s ,,, ., mo,, r M/s Shir canner UPs #1, ¢. dt, G M Pil ' M rl', a n d milo  ........... ;mya ..................... at+ e misP+iri, with word N.C, 21S2 m m,u , lye on u , Richmond, mm Nellie Lilly. of .re alum. 704-11..+0+, +Ideas+ Mn Clara th+, Mn earn W75 y old March , l Zam Hmehlm. Phylli med Ln the $umm Comty AroraUendingchh Ho.chdKmby,Obbyand Hpilal Mah 21, Xm' The and reting home she wsa Shirley HOUOhm, Davy and proud grandlt, a Mr, gr,mt by her hi.day gust+, RLt, Clark d Jady Martin, and M. Prank mchaed of and sri wlth a delleia Billy nnb Slngi, FrankJ. NLmLtz and Mr and Mm WD birthy +Jer Smugger, Jimmy d m. Br+dg of Big Creek. A beautiful birthday cake was Spangler, and ph,llp Wmla ked and drat by her frsm e10. Ms. Ed,m WyaP has he+n a daughter. Edith HapkJ. Beaw mUent in Charlottmvme, Va tirul girt+ were Lvea and lw. WF SWmkel of Imp++ rnr me past ral ,+mIm M Houehina w amt stem has been hgi,Li for A.yone wishJnS to ml. ire of her eml.t,n'a thought- the past  wk...e was Wya.S e  et uln far her. traferm iu Charlatan from engagement her addrem is P+la,vatten0Jngthemrth- SmeCotyHplt+land Unive=tyHp,m,omZ+, e*y dnner w C.arl d m now a ltLent Ln me P.ae Ch.rlsttvme. virginia Eth Hopkms, ougi and C-eneral Hptal i. Uey, GeratULne and de.tor ane, youe wlshtns to nd him mr. Juhn Deeds ot ller*nt earaadlatteoenag wmrmsLn s Ul in the .... menl his address is: Raleigh hpital ia Charlofti0e for General HpltaZ, Room 216, thenextal.ek Itwould Bekley, W Va 258O1 be a big agement to Mr. -- Deed to eive r fm bS Vh.. and Mr,+ Robert Richard find. His ad<: is B- 1.79 -3. of Nimitz am aeing the UniveityHpilal CharLottes- '   birth of a 7 pound daughter, villa, Va. , Roherta Har]es Engagement Announced Double Weddin P; • i ' ,:'W I 1 1 Mr. an m+. SaId ItarJs of Davis of Meadom ' + ,  ElLen and MchaeZ DaLe Vand Plans are bein -++,:: ................................. ., x t ' erie VandalL of Eltnn setfarApri] 14 19 ," -  Ib U v druid t cl yip mt:hL;"Yn;r:}j!+4 ' • 15 "+L Cheermakers C i:rd+!aJ:+"ii:i:: ,,4 M Holds Meetmg IdedatTruemostofhh, pte t '  m " + e Chmake C am o ==::r=i +0011 + ......... in last wks g{nlon News was -- odist Cneh held t h*[r monthly JewelblcBride dauler ol Mr. Kan McBride mting, y h  at and Mrs. LI McBride and ts the home of P Grace Sound. a St Patrick Day I no married to Jack Dahue Mr+ andMr, Levi McBride of She is employed by Dr, C.K. e in Bellepaint, everyone enjoyed, ,,d theyreside at Pllney ' e wishe 10 anee the Agaal at the S Com. Pri6eot. Mrs, Baa BalJen- engagement and for th ming munity Clinic g called the mting to order marriage of their daughter, Mr Betsy is the  of mr, and Mira Vtrgtnm Maddy had K S McBride to Gary and Mr+ Carl Bley of Oak pray+ Mi Muddy also mad Members BleyofOakHm. HiUandhegradustodlmmOak the Secretary's port, which  Miss McBride gradted Hill High Sell wlth the cls w approved by aLl print. Willey and ' [rnm Hlntnn High SehL with of 1975 and is ployed by the Du were then collated and erlson ' the cLa of IW6 She attended Beckley Office and Supply Cam Tres RePort w given by WtVirginlaCrCollegeat pony. An April wedding IS Mrs. NelieRoberlson. HLinglonwhereshegraduat- planed. Membe then signed earl:is hers and ed honori sludJd of the yr tar the sick and shut-ins• Cla Mrs Senior Citizens Ask ? ......................... ur tl se anll shut ns at $.sunde Mn. Et time. WilLey Mm Jo :¢,;:i i Send questions for this column to Summers Bibte Quiz was then held and" ertson, Mm Kathy1 Count Senior Citizens Prugram. TitLe ill. Box xt mnnth's quiz will come Virghda Maddy, ;e. IItion. wv 25951, or call 46- 4019. tr ehapte, ant 2 of AeU Rober ta R°he H°atter celebrated hht , .Q, l have to take a lot o[ different pills Program was th held and Willey and 17th bl"hY alvet rY thrnughout the day and I keep them in a pill bux. e relining having aems they or tson March Z+. ts, lie  m  W Joyce and Kenth I[=Lsm e# I ean keep track of them all right, but was read. They were: "Mnthe Prtoeeto. a.d a member el Ihe wondering ii there was any @ther reason ihey Day Gift" by Mts Maddy: prJncet i{i hl Band should be kept separate? "Praising ', by  Madge Be]leinL ..A. You've probably never given any thought to Butts; "esserted Plae by ball team "e s a godn of why a medicine comes in a par tlenlar container, . ....................... .ut whether ti' ........ + .................. To Lose Entitlemen eounter drug in tablet capsule or liquid form, there is a reason for the way it {s packaged. The ......................... drug"s To GI Bill Benefits strength., .The Food and Drug Admlnistratlun 41r¢¢ ¢.numers nol to make unnecessary Approx2mateLv6,0OVtetm have GT switches in drug containers+ So while thai little Era vetera fn wt virginia will Ie it by 1" pill box may be more attractive, it may not wflLletheir enuttement toGI preserve the medicine nearly as well as the Bill benefits during the next orighual bottle did. yr. , ,Drags are sensitive to temperature, moisture VA Beo] DLrtor Sam A, oxygenandlighLManufaeturersarerequiredby Tianesaidthefizrep reents Len" Yr limil and law Io package drugs gkely to lose quality ia the tatar number of veterans  x e l] bef avs that will preserve them a reasonable whawhave ehedthetenth A typical length of time+ If you absolute[ must switch niveary of their paraU°n contamers, ask your pharmaelst or doctor Iota military duty. Te law whether the new contaner IS suitable. Then. provides vetera with a t+ carefully label Lhe new one so that you'll know yr lime limit to  educ what the drug is and how oftenit should be taken, atiol and raining benefits Eueh drug should have a separate container. Tano id that while some • .The above Information and the additional pement of Wt VLrB{n{a vet- su gestions below eome from Consumer Product ers have d me or all or Inolrmation Center, Washington, D.C, their GI BHI rights, the a campier ed by +,--Never transfer a dru to a container that ttmandwhonetlllmakeat unee held a different mi Ist partial  of their  any event, sine. The drug could mix with traces of the previous contents aad morning use. causeanundesirableeffeei. VA timat¢ that nn a , .-Always keep the cap of the eontaner tightly natiwide basis m than half scaled. F ollow carefully any storage instructions the nber of veter who gram was. p: alhlaabel: I! y ......... q ............ your ,,-If anything happens Io the original plastic lid. or if Ihe plastic top ¢om loose after several :y++.2gs and c,o+g .sk yo.r gh ..... +at for All of of thee tips apply equally to medicines in liquid tablet or capsule form• None should be trans[erred unneecssargy from Ihe original container. "Q'I Is there any way to stop getting "Junk ma "? A+ If you wish to have your name removed fm marling lists in order te stop receiving third class or *'Junk + mall write to: DM..Direet Mail- Mrketln Association. Inc. Cons,mar Relations Department 6East 43rd Street. New York, New York ]]? • .If anyone ds thls and it works, please let us know at the Senior Citizens Center. Thanks. Hospital Note S.mmmClytlmltal Mdow Bridge; and Dbyey Ma,eh , ls eenqett, Jging re Admm: Cart eGre, Dismissal: lqrby Gwlnn, , K,mtby; Deborah l.km4dge; B.rmra ca, mehmon¢ Nancy Return, Gary EmmaDiek. b0thefSancmtona; tl+drtek, Pemm swmpl Csth- Ira, beth of ltmmn; rata sm,l. net+gel,Taeou;J,ltapa told, Mmls, .i ker, den; wmm wi. wtmams, A{dm-m.. GOVERNMENT LANDS from $7.50 acre! Invastmentl VaestionP Far ming! Exclusive buyers guide Comple,a infurmation Se00 Monav b0ck Ouaramee ,no woE.+ s+.,..., n.,,+.,N v ,,,r,,