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ed- 00. [.& Tues. May 19, 1981 Hiaton lews - 5 Taicott Area News 'Meadow Bridge Area News The United Methodist Women The United Methodist Wom- en of Talcott Trinity met May 7that 7:30P.M. at the church. The meeting was called to. order by the prtMklt, Patty Talbott. The following program was in charge of Nan WeBs, spiritual life leader. Prayer by Melba Clark, Scripture by Nan WeBs, "The Peace He Gives" by Anice Dameron, "If God Sh- ould Go on Strike" by Melba Clark, and "Because of Mother " by Betty Halloran. Members answered the roll call with a Bible verse. Dues were collected and 436 Bible chapters were reported read and 93 sick visits made. Min- utes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Melba Clark, treasurer, rep- orted a balance of $585.12 in the treasury. After old and new business was discussed the meeting clo- sed with the Mizpah benedict- ion. Delicious refreshments were served by Betty Halloran. Members present were : Mamie Chattin, Anice Darner- on, Jean Duncan, Betty Hall- oran, Melba Clark, Nan WeBs, Pearle Kittinger, Patty Talbott , Mary Rhodes, Alice Monroe and Cheri Cole. Recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Florence Mann were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bostic and Dick Bostic of South Charleston ; Mr. and Mrs Jimmie Bostic of Montgomery and Mrs. Lynn Michaels and children of Ta- mpa, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Loud- ermilk and daughter of Lexin- gton, Va. visited his mother, Mrs. Ruby Loudermilk over the Personal Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Robertson, children and Mrs. Jo Marie Robertson for a few days was Mr. and Mrs. Jay Robertson, D.K. and Matthew of Albany, Ohio. Hospital  Notes Summers County Hospital May 12, 1981 Admitted: Erma Richmond, Georgia Clark, Lillian Lilly, Ronnie Ward. Jr.. Rickv Brown .. , all of Hinton; Eugene Cam- pbell, Meadow Bridge; Louise Vandall, Elton; Goldie Soars, Talcott; Curtis Gunnoe, Ball- eDged; Jacob Morgan, Alder- son. Dismissed: Enny Ward, Hen- ry Gwinn, both of Hinton; Christopher Young, Sandstone. Clovers 4-H Club Meets By John Bauer The meeting was called to order. The 4 - H and the American Flag pledges were said. Next Sara Grimmett and Leslie Sisson ( song leaders ) lead off, "Alice the Camel " and "West Virginia Boys and Girls". Secretary report was given by Cindy Cales and the roll was checked. Last Sunday the Cl- overs 4-H t'oup went swim- ming at Plpestem Park, the group had lots of fun. Meeting was adjourned and refreshments were served. Sn Agreement The West Virginia Advocates for the Developmentally Dis- abled, Inc. (WVADD) and Cl- ient Assistance Project of the West Virginia Division of Vo- cational Rehabilitation (CAP) signed 'an agreement May 1, 1981 which will result in op- tional utilization of resources available to disabled citizens. The responsibility of CAP will be to provide assistance to clients in resolving differences between individuals and te Division, referral of clients to WVADD when neceesry, assist- ing WVADD in obtaining cl- ient information, cooperate with WVADD in finding a solu- tion and provide WVADD with statistical up-dates on all ca- $es. In order for WVADD to fill its agreement, they will advise CAP of any formal action they Intend to pursue onacllent s behalf, assure that all client s information and records are kept confidenUal, cooperate with CAP in joint efforts to resolve problems and offer ass- lstance to any client who meets WVADD criteria. This agreement was set up for an indefinite time but either party has the right to term- inate same giving a 30 day notice. weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Perdue of Newport News, Va. are spend- ing a vacation at their camp and visiting relatives here. Rev. and Mrs. Bob Shield and family of Gary brought R.M. Honaker over to his home and to the Cemetery Saturday for a short while. R.M. Honaker is improving and hopes to be able to come back home this summer. Mrs. Nina Ball and sister Mrs. L.C. Snyder visited their mother, Mrs. Embsy Johnson in the Pinecrest Nursing Home recently. The Ladies of Chapter 139 Order of the Eastern Star gave the Master Masons a covered dish dinner and also a program Saturday evening at 6 o' clock in the Community Building at Ballengee. They presented a good program and a bountiful dinner to an overflow crowd. Everyone enjoyed the fellow- ship and the good food. By Aivie Martin Mrs. Eliza Ward of Meadow Bridge who celebrated her 80th birthday Thursday has seven children living. They are : Robert Ward, Mrs. Gladvs Adkins, both of Meadow Bridge Mrs. Eva Mann of Lindside; Harley Ward of Jacksonville, N.C. ;'Roy and Billy Ward both of Canton, Ohio. She also has 17 grandchildren and 11 great - grandchildren. Michael Dwayne Fox a sen- ior at Meadow Bridge High School has been named to Who's Who In American High School". He is the son of Mr. Subscribe and Mrs. James Homer Fox of Danese. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bryant and Diane of Meadow Bridge were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Blagg Herbie and Lora. The Senior Citizens of Mead- ow Bridge held a meeting. Those in attendance were : Myrtle Ballenger, Eunice Gr- ace, Elizabeth Hick, Nellie Be- nnett. Mary Harrah and Nellie 'Bennett. Rev. C.H. Martin of Meadow Bridge has been holding a week long revival at the Elton Community Church. The Lane Methodist and Mea- dow Bridge Methodist and 'Lockbridge Methodist Choirs sang at the Elton Community Church on Thursday night of the revival. Meadow Bridge High School will graduate 47 this year. David Rookstool will deliver the Valedictory address at the 53rd Annual Commencement at Meadow Bridge High School on May 29 at 7 P.M, Graduating : second behind Rooksteol will be Kendra Van- dill, who will deliver the sal- [utatory address. Sam Spade and Teddy Thomas will also give honorary addresses. Mrs. Hilda Davis and Reba Davis of Lawn and Mrs. Vir- ginia Williams of Meadow Br- idge visited her mother and brother, Mrs. Dolly and Alvie Martin on Wednesday. Gadd 's "Pleasing You FAIRLEA, WV AND RT. 12, ALDERSON, WV Pleases Us" FOODLINERS Open Mon. thru Sat. 8 a.m. to9 p.m. Quantity Rights Reserved Plenty of free parking - with parcel pickup. Prices effective through Saturday, May 23, 1981. IGA TABLERITE FULL CUT BONELESS USDA CHOICE ROUND STEAK lb. CORN KING BONELESS 1/L 2 HAM ICED FREE 2-4 lb. avg. lb, IGA TABLERITE LEAN FRESHLY GROUND CHUCK lb. IGA TABLERITE SLICED BACON 12 oz. pkg. 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