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00to00it&apos;s All in the I , I | .......................... '• i, SERVICES AVAILABLE John Houchins Contl-actors All types roofing- Johns Ma- nville Bonded Alcoa insulated siding Alcoa Guttei's & Spouting Licensed & Liability insurance 24 yrs. Exp. All work Guar- anteed. €' 466- 4411. April 16 - TFN Area Briefs REUNION The 222nd: Infantry Chapl- et, Rainbow Division Veterans Association will hold their ann- ual Reunion in Reading, Pa. on 8-9-10-11 July 1981• Further information will be provided by the following con- LETTER TO THE EIITOR All Letters to the Editor must be signed by the writer. If the letter is just signed " a con- cerned citizen" or such, the letter will not be published. If the letter contains the signat- ure of the writer, and " PI- I I Interior and Exterior Painting Quality Reasonable Rates, Local References. Ul Smith Mountain Lake, afford- able lake access lot, , acre, part wooded, fronts on state hardtop road, central water, phone and electricity on lot,: scenic view of lake and mount- ains. 800 feet from boat deck' and launch. $5500, $.5). d.own,. owner finances balance 10 years at 13% percent. Monthly! payments $76.14. 1-703-890- 3309. April 21 - May 19p ! II 1 RE4L ESTAT, ....  , FOR RENT House trailer for rent. Call 466- 5550. May 14 - 19p West Virginia Country Farms has small Farms low down payment owner Financing at 8 per cent. 772- 3510. April 28- TFN New hoummqor sale or rent 9.8 ver cent Summe. & County. 466- 5322. April 28 - TFN For Sale: 4 bedroom home, living room, kitchen, den and bath, completely carpeted, ne-: wly remodeled. Will sell in mid 30's 466- 4271 or 466 - 3233. May 12 - 21p I tl I " It .................... [ I FOR SALE ' [ It lit' SWIMMING POOLS all kinds of shapes and sizes. Also Con- crete work. Call J - P Pool Con.<truction (304) 325 - 6411 March 26 - Sept. 30p MOBLE HOMES i ill I Greentree Homes May Sale. New mobile homes as low as $10,995. Used homes as low as $2900. Call 425- 1111 Greentree Homes, Rt. 460 West of Prin- ceton. May 14 - 28p BUSINESS OPPORllJHITES'7 .= ....... - .......... !.t MUFFLER SHOP Profitable muffler dealershin available. High career income• Business includes equipment, stock, warranty program, fac- tory training, advertising su- pport. Total price $14,250• Ove- r 300 shops coast to coast. For more information call toll - free 1 - 800 - 336 - 6014. April 28 - May 19p I WANTED For Sale: 19;18 Suzuki GS 550•) $850, 466- 2432. May 17 - 21p PHOTOGRAPHY lall II FOX'S PHOTOGRAPHICS Your weddihg, and portralti specialist'. ,Wng prices start at $25../q0ne 466- 1077. March 26- ,lune'p AUTOMATIVE SALES IL_ I fill For Sale: 65 Ford. i- 441i. April 7 - TFN NOTICE Do people read the Want Ads? You bet they do! One Want Ads /dvertiser received over 15 re- plies in the mail in only two days after he first ran the ad• It pays to advertise ... sell it, buy it .... or just get the inform- ation you need .... with Want Ads. Nov. 6 - TFN tact officer: Mr. Philip Trout, Reunion Ch- . airman, Rainbow Division Vet- erans, 4121 - 8th Ave. Temple, Pa. 1956O. All former members are cor- dially invited to this annual affair. Membership informat- ion may also be.provided when you contact the above officer• SEALS I Bollepoint School is collect- ARE YOU PLANNING A RUMMAGE OR GARAGE SALE? Get the word out with a class- ified ad! You'd be surprised how little it costs and what big results it gets ... Advertise the tried and true way ... in the classified ! TFN All classified ads and class- " ified "page changes must be ' received by noon advertising deadlines in order to appear in the next edition. 'Aug. 14 - TFN ATTENTION! If you have a classified ad running in the paper, check it for accuracy the first time it runs. If there is an error, we will correct the ad after the first time and add one more insertion to the running time. We will not be respon- dible for classified advertis- ement with errors which are ing the Fun & Fitness Seals sign painting andi-nteridr'pain- from General Foods products.. .including Post Cereals, Log ,Ling, odd jobs and hauling. 466- Cabin and Awake Products, 5922. Feb. 27- TFN. Experienced Pl.umber an-rid he.!-i ing repairs and insulation, Will do other home repairs, Leave message at 466- 9846. March 26 - TFN T.V. and stei' r'e'paervic." e. T.V. Mart. Phone 466- 2755.1 Pick up and delivery. J/re. 27 - TFN Old Cloclm cleaned and repair- ed. Call 466- 0212• May 12 - 28P Painting, Interior & Exterior. 466- 2007. May 12 - Aug. 31p Basements cleaned out and things hauled away for reason- able fee, Call Raymond Rob- erts 466- 5147• May 12 - 21p Carpet & Vinyl installed. Call 466 - 3467. May 12 - TFN It's that time again. Call us first for thos.e springtime pri- ces, free estimates. West Vir- Anyone having any seals they wish to donate to the school can contact any student or drop the seals off at the school or Hinton News Office• Seals must be in by Tues- day May 19. The seals will be used for school play ground equipment. ROAD RUN The third annual October FAST road run will be held Sunday, Oct. 18, at Parkers- burg Community College• A total of 395 runners from six states registered for the 4.2- mile race last year• The run begins and ends at the college and features a number of fam- ily- oriented categories. OctoberFAST is co - sponso- red by PCC's Staff Council and K&G Di:;tributing of Parkers- burg• GED TESTING The followins is the schedule of GED tests for 1981. • .July 6 - 7, 1981 . .October 5 - 6, 1981. In each instance both nights of testing are from 6 to 10 P.M. and both nights must be att- ended to finish the test. Test cost is $10.00. Testing dates other than reg- ginia Painting 304-384-9263. Call , ularly scheduled may be made after 6:00 P.M. by appointment by calling 466 - May 12 - July 2p Back hoe work done by the Hour $24.00. Marlin E. Brooks, Rt. 7, Alderson, W.Va. 24910. Phone 445- 7409. May 14 - 28p HELP WANTED IIII SALES POSITION- 1. Honest. 2580 and asking for Richard T. Lawrence. Tests by special appointment cost $15.00. AA Alcoholics Annonymous meets every Thursday night in the basement of FMRS at & p.m. ACTIVITIES AT THE HINTON SENIOR CENTER DURING MAY 18 THROUGH MAY 22, 2. Willing to work hard. 3. Have 1981. IIII I Wanted to Buy: Small grocery not brought to our attention store, buy stock and equipment 'immediately' • Rent or lease building store TFN should gross 65 to 80,000 year- ly. Write F.M. White, 1809 Washington Street, Palatka, Fla. 32077. May 7 - 19p Wanted: Qualified Farm work-" era in Summers County. Duties require a working knowledge of equipment including basic rep= airs, experience in animal hus-' bandry, tree farming, crop, planting, and harvesting, fen- ce building and basic skills to include masonry and carpent- ry. Minimum wage. Work and • character reference required. Respond in writing to the Hin-: ton Job Service, P.O. Box 429, Hinton 25951. May 5 - 28p Wanted: Shed to tear down for " lumber. 1973 Ceica Toyota $700. 00. 466-5983. May 12 - 21p D & GARAGE SALE Garage Sale PineHill May 23. May 19 - 21p Backyard Sale: Sat. May 16, 1981 9:00 a.m. til 3:00 p.m. Furniture, clothes and odds & ends. May 14 - TFN The Romans are not known to have used soap. They used sand and skin scrap- ers to cleanse themselves. a backbone• 4. Want high earn- Monday, May 18th: Hin- ings.:Guaranteed income to ton Center - Games before start• 5. Aggressive. 6. Have lunch. Movie after lunch, anti.. integrity• Do you qualify $12, tied "If is doesn't work, com- 000 - $20,000 income first year. plain"• For appointment call 466- 1713 Tuesday, May 19th: Hinton After 5:00 P.M. weekdays any- Center - Ceramics after lunch• time weekends. Equal Opport- Shopping by mini - bus after -unity Employer M- F. lunch. Blood Pressure Clinic - April 30 - May 28p Martha's Chapel from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. The Diner is now taking a_p.p- Wednesday, May 20th: Hin- lications for vart time helD." ton Center - Square dancing Please apply at the Diner. May 14 - 19p "='- ........ L I I I FOR SALE For Sale: Rich dirt. Call Hall- orans Dairy, 466- 3876. May 12 - 28p Subscribe Tt00ItOmE UJOODOPIPIPTEPI OURSELF AND SAVE BUILD A SOFA A sofa can be the most expensive piece of furniture in a room--but not if you make it yourself. Now you can do just that with a Redi-Cuts TM design from Georgia-Pacific. All the lumber you'll need for a good-looking sofa is avail- able, pre-cut in convenient workable sizes, from the Redi-Cuts display rack at your local Georgia-Pacific Registered Dealer. The Redi-Cuts sofa is easy to construct, handsome and durable. It's all here in a unique sofa designed to give years of comfort. The loose- fcushioned look adds warmth and style to family or living rooms. Assembly is easy and the results terrific : Buy these materials: Nine-- l"x 8"x 6' lumber; nine--l"x8"x3' lumber; one-- l"x8"x 4' lumber.; glue, finishing nails or screws, wood filler, sand- paper, oil finish. Georgia-Pacific offers these six steps to success: 1. Cut all boards to prop- er lengths as shown on dia- gram. Cut carefully, double- 1 't s" x q,, Use this diagram as a pattern for building a sofa. workshop. Screws are the strongest method to join wood. When you're in a hurry, nails will work, too• They're not as strong as screws, but with the addition of a little white glue, they'll hold up fine. To insure squareness and checking all measurements. 2. Assemble bottom box extra strength, it's good to structure. Glue, clamp and use wood clamps whenever [ insert finishing nails, possible. When you want to Hera's the finished pro- 3. Build sides, arms and fasten two pieces of wood duct: a professional looking back• • together and later take them sofa you made yourself. 4. Fill nail holes• apart, a bolt works best. 5. Sand. There are several types. A 6. Apply oil finish• Georgia-Pacific dealer can a much more handsome Remember, glue is the tell you which is best suited finish• universal fastening material, for your project. For a free copy of the Youshouldusuallyusealit- Before finishing or booklet, Redi. Cuts, Ten tie white glue even when sanding, be sure to fill all" Easy toBuildProjects, write: using nails and screws• It's the holes or surface irregu- Georgia-Pacific, Dept. one ingredient that should larities. This takes a little NAPS, 900 S.W. Fifth Ave., be part of everyone's home time, but the result will be Portland, Ore. 97204. after lunch if there are enough couples. Mini - bus run - Ald- erson. Thursday, May 21st: Hinton Center - Games after lunch. Blood Pressure Clinic - Lock- bridge from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. . .Friday,May 22nd: Hinton Center - Preventicare exercises before lunch. Shopping by mini - bus aRer lunch.. Monroe Co- unty Senior Citizens sponsored picnic at Mont Cove Lake, Gap Mills, WV. Games l Music. 1 Dancing! Good food and ¢oed company. Summers County seniors are invited to this FREE event. Call 466. 4019 for more information or to sign up for a seat on e bus. Bus will leave at 9:30 a.m. Grant West Virginia University has received a $78,100 grant from the U.S. Bureau of Mines to develop methodology for mine life and safety systems eval- uations. Roy S. Nutter, assoc- iate professor of electrical en- gineering, is in charge of the project. ease withhold my name" or a" a concerned citizen" then the News will withhold the writ- er's name and publish the letter, subject to editing. All+, those who wish their !names withheld will have their identies kept confidential, PARENT GROUP To join a Parent Group for parents of exceptional children Call 466- 1735 during the day or after 4:00 p.m. 466. 1479. The group is being started by Ha- rry and Mary Ellen Bragg. ATTENTION All area briefs must be re- ceived by 3 p.m. Friday or Tuesday for publication in the next issue of the Hinton News• Briefs received at a later time will be held for the next issue• AUXILIARY Chief Miller is now accepting applic,tions for the newly or- ganized volunteer auxiliary Police Department. Any inter- ested persons are to contact Chief Miller at City Hall for applications between the hours. i of 8 - 4 Monday - Friday. BASKETBALL CAMP A "Small Fry" basketball camp will be held at Concord College August 2 - 6, 1981. Coach Den Christie indicated this will be a new approach for bask- etball players from ages 9 to 13 at Concord. The "Small Fry Basketball Camp" will give the younger players the complete attention of the staff and use of the facilities without competition from older players. Emphasis will be placed on fundament- als of basketball• All teams will consist of only 5 players and will be determined according to age and experience. The regular basketball camp, ages 13 - 18, will be held from June 14th - 19th. For further information or application write or phone the Basketball Office at Concord College. CORRESPOND • .Anyone wishing to corresp- ond with John Z. Faulconer can write to him care of Mrs. Roland Peltry, King George, Va. 22485. I I SIMMONS Building Specialties Aluminum Siding Awnings & Patio Cover. Storm Windows phone 445-2997 Alderson, W.Va. I I I Tues. May 19, 1981 Hinton News - 7 ': WILL BUY NEW & USED CARS WE DO LICENSE" & TITLE WORK CALL TODAY OR COME BY !i! HIHTOH AUTORAMA " 466 - 5164 ''l I I |+..FOR ALL YOUR IBUILDING NEEDS... ILowest prices & we deliver 645-1351 Subscribe This Week .,.+5 I -Anne's°" I Block Inc. I Nlmitz I +!l Phone I I REAL ESTATE • 205 TEN'lit AVENUE I . .Two-story frame with | fnUeilh a= fm e nt,;c 4 n ebedlh%mrS: • S.J. Neathawk Lumber, Inc. U. S.. 219 N. Lewisburg I I. • ' t • I I(1 +" r i ACE REPAIR SHOP 502 2ml Ave. 466-5750 WE REPAIR CLOCKS. SEWING MACHINES, ELEC. APPLIANCES, !l ALSO PIANO TUNING & REPAIR HINTON VETERINARY CLINIC Office Hours Mol-Tltot.Timrs-Frl 10 a.a. to 5:00"p.n. Wad• Clo Sat. 16 |.a. till 12 noes c,,, 466-2412 [noqlacy Numhm 327. I , it r • II Persinger Storage I) 1. 5th Ave. li m..,,, = .i,. ,.,, = m , :i PIr'Slllon HuSlblM tSllq[I.  m Illlt il Open Fri. & Sat. 9 tll 4 [ ' Phone 466-5217 Buck Stove Of Hinton m Wood a (:(tat Stoves Sales I List of Services | Chinmey cleaning l Refrigeration I ,ir conditioning i :iteating | California Stucco Stone l Work i lntersecthm Rt. 3 and 20 an • By Pass 466- 5052 Advertising Deadlines Hinton News advertising deadlines are: for Tuesday NewsFriday at noon. for Thursday News--Tues at noon. Thank you, the Hinton News. Office Hours:• 9 a.m. to 4p.m. Tuesday & Friday• .11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday and Wednesday. Closed 'lursday, Saturday & Sunday. Call 466- 0b05. I ,.. /// /, INDUSTRIAL - GOMMERCIAL - RESloEMTIAL •  TAR nmoamm SERVING WEST VIRGINIA • Ilrdv  • ot,o  mn, A & VIRGINIA • OVIII 20 YIIAIIUl IXIIIIIMIIII ZICKAFOOSE ROOFING !,466-43001 HINTOH hood; $20,000. BELLEPOINT • . Vacant building lot front- ing on Oak Street; $8,000. PIPESTEM DISTRICT • .4 bedroom brick home on level % acre lot at True; modern kitchen, 2 baths, spacious family room, 2 wood. burning fireplaces; concrete driveway and car- port; patio in rear; 55,000. 1011 TEMPLE STREET ..Two- story, 3.Bedroom frame home with full base- ment; needs paint ; only Ii7,500. SANDSTONE ..Approximately % mile off Route 20 on Ramp Road ; 2 bedroom frame with full basement; private / acre lot; just $15,000. CALL 466-3760 Jerry L. Cooper I II Ill IIII REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Temple St. • .Big House Fixed Into 3 Apartments 2  4 Room I - 2 Room Apartment. This Is A Good Buy. Seen by App- ointment. Talcott ,.36 Acre Farm 5 Room House, This is Close to River• Could be Made Into Lots. llix W. Va, • .5 Room Cottage bath. Part basemeht. 3 & Acre of Land Good water,, Can be seen by appointment. Bargers Springs • .3 bedroom Camp on big Lot, All Furniture goes with camp fronts Greenb- rier River 100 ft. Tunnel I!111 . .3 bedroom brick on big Lot. This one is 2 years old. Can be seen by appoint- ment, Pine Ilill ..3 bedroom House Nice Kitchen New Carpet. Full basement big Den. Big Lot Must See To Appreciate. • • This space saved for your listing, Powleys Creek • .20 Acre Farm Nice 5 Room Cottage. Good water All of Farm Fenc- ed. Oil lteat. Wood burn- ing stove• Tunnel ltill •. 130 Acre Farm big 2 sto,'y home 4 bed rooms 2 bat- hs Carpet Nice Kitchen Part Basement Oil Heat. South Side ..3 bedroom tlome Nice Kitchen Carpet Lots Cons- ist of 3 acre About 400 ft. of River Front Must See To Appreciate. Greenbrier Drive ..Apartment Building. llas 4 Apartments All Rented All with Private Entrance. Nice Lot With Parking Sp- ace. Eldrldgo tliis0n Jr. I1 : REALTON 710 Temple St. Phone - 1127 H'C' "Oz" Maddy SaJesman Phone ,466-. 0175 Ill I II Illl BELLEPOINT- 108 Maple 1 Ave. - 3 B.R. modern kit-'] chen, living room with fire- I place, carpet 'and hard-] wood floor, 1 V baths, oak "1 trim, basement with show-' t er level lot, excellent Ioc- ] alien, $55,000. owner fin. / ance. ' / 415 TltlRD AVE. - 9 room 1 brick large ,living ,om I with fireplac(., n",,k 'm I • 2 baths, "qt]ik'v4lt,Vcar-t F_kk, ,.onvient Local- [ i,Vced To Sell )4), ,00. 00. GREENBRIER DlUVE- nice 2 B.R. Frame, kit- cinch with all appliances,. large utility reran, carpet-- ed througlmut, carport like.' new condition, nice h)t.. Choice Location. BELLEPOINT- 307 Maple Ave. 4 B.R. Part Brick Living reran with fireplace,. large kitchen, 2t baths,. basement, garage, inclosed Inatio, level lot. Cimice I+oc-a Lion. SANDSTONE" AREA Laurel Creek ltd., just oil hard road and above chu- rch. 108 acres of mountain farm with livable house and some young timl)er. COMMERCIAl, I,{)T - on bypass, with 116 foot of road & river frontage. Fr- onts on both sides of hard road, drilled well, only $24, 900. 41) acres of tslland with river fr,,k't also well, sel)tic s'%}., driveway only $20,01. IllLI,DALE-3- BI) llano water & bath nice kitclnen. situated on at)proximately 21 acres. Private. IIiL+:LLI+I)t)INT- 410 Nelson Street, 2 B- It frame liv- mg r<mm, den, built in kitchen, utility room, and tnath, ltardwood flooring, nice neat home in ideal 'location, 1719 TEMPLE ST.- 10 rooms, 2 baths, kitclnen, new hot water heating sy-s tern, new roof, level lot, immediate occupancy. $19, 000. TALCOTT AREA - 3BR in excellent condition, den. kitchen, and dinting room. Like new carpet, base- ment, workshop situated on 4 acres. GROCERY STORE - Molt- roe County with 3 BR ap- artment and addition post office. Approximately $75. 000 stocked, even as bus- In,as grosses $400,000 a ear. Everything goes. Ch- oice location. Approximately 400 acres in Summers County, wlth mew 4 BR home, completely furnlshed, 3 car garage, large fireplace, 2 % bath, modern kitchen, this farm complete with stables, 2 tractors plus other equip. ment, cattle. Approx. 150 acres tractor land, plenty of water and pasture, 2 large barns with hay. GROCERY STORE - ev- erything goes, Conq)lete with stock, equipment 2 B.R. mobile home with enclosed porcb, gross- ing $60,o00. Annually . 114 ft, of Rt. 3 frontage. ELK KNOB- 2 acres with 4 BR split-level all brick, den with fireplace, Kt. with al appliances, LR-DR, 2 % baths, custom drapes, car- 2 car garage, beauti ful home, land & view one of the nicest homes in area. $66,OOO. 60 acres near Ramp with livable house. $25.000, own- er financing with small down payment. Frost nlH-liarle Read