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r 6 - Hinton News Tues. May 30. 1995 Jumping Branch Elementary 'es Three Awards at Academic Round-up 3rd. Grade Whiz Kids:(left to right) Jordan Keaton, Olivia Newsome and Darren Crook. Jumping Branch Elementary Captured three top awards at the Academic Round-up at Camp Light- foot on Fri., May 12th. There were 54 students from the various county elementary schools attending. Six teams consisting of three members each represented the 3rd. grade, 4th. grade, and the 5th. grade. Students registered at 8:15-8:45. Doughnuts and juice were provided for the students. From 9:00 until II II Illl Geraniums Petunia Dusty Miller Salv,a Celosia Impatiens Less 1/3 WEBBS FLORIST & GREENHOUSES On the 4-lane CRAB ORCHARD, WV, PHONE: 255-7411 I I 12:00 the teams had 3 different classes at varying times consisting of quiz bowl, math test, and problem solving. From 12:00 until 1:00 lunch was provided consisting of lint dogs, hamburgers, chips, cookies, and soft drinks. From I:00 until 3:15 the teams competed in 3 classes - drug free schools/smart moves, obstacle course, and indoor games. Before the awards were given out at 3:15 the children cooled down with a treat of ice cream and soR drinks. Ms. Cox's 3rd. grade whiz kids - Olivia Newsome, Darren Crook, and Jordan Keaton - won a plaque for being the winner of quiz bowl and math test combined. Ms. Crook's 4th. grade triple tiger trouble - Brandi Basham, Paige Willey, and Kristen Ward - received a certificate for winning the problem solving in the 4th. grade division. Ms. Harvey's 5th grade academic aces - Joshua Dobbins, Tyson Willey, and Joey Pack - also received a certificate for capturing the 5th. grade award for the problem solving. Each contestant that participated at the round-up received a medal- lion to take home. This program was sponsored by Drug Free Schools. Applications For Work New being accepted Come by the Bobcats Den Anytime Between 11:00 and 11:00 Hiring Cooks Formerly the Kentucky Fried Chicken Building Community Bulletin Boar-d PARENT SUPPORT GROUP The Parent Support Group meets at REACHH on the third Wed. of each month at 12 noon. Come once or come every month. Child care and refreshments pro- vided. For more information call 466- 2685. PICNIC Chestnut Grove Baptist Church annual picnic will be held on Sun. June 18th. at Bass Lake from 10:00 a.m. til dark. BROADWAY MUSICAL PLAY At Pipestem State Park's Out- door Amphitheater on June 2 and 3rd. The Old Brick Playhouse will be performing the broadway musical play Big River." Come out Fri. or Sat. night to enjoy this frolicking family musical based on Mark Twain's novel "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. "Big River" will please adventurers of all ages and provides an entertainment intreduc- tion to the literature of America's funniest storyteller. Music lovers take note: the songs were penned by none other than Roger Miller. 8 p.m.- 10pro. Admissions is $5.00 for ages over I0 and children i0 and under are admitted free of charge. BLUESTONE TURNPIKE HIKE Join Pipestem State Park staff and national park rangers from New River Gorge National River for an 8 mile hike from Pipestem State Park to Bluestone River Park along the Bluestone National Scenic River. In honor of National Trails Day we will collect litter along the way. The hike is scheduled to begin at the upper tram station in Pipestem Park at 9:00 a.m. on Sat., June 3rd. Shuttle will be provided from Bluestone State Park back to Pipestem State Park but please make reservations by calling 466-2804 between 8:30a.m. and 4:30p.m. Men. through Fri. or 466-1800 ext. 344 between 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. Tues. through Fri. Ask for Jim Phil- lips. SPICE SPICE (Singles Participating in Christian Events) will have a cook- out at Grandview Park on Fri., June 2nd. at 6 p.m. SPICE welcomes any single adult Christian of any age and any denomination. For more information and direc- tions call 484-7919,466-3786, 682- 4596, 497-3351, or 877-6990. BOOK SALE The Summers County Public Library is having a June used book sale. The sale begins June 1st. and will end June 30th. (or whenever all the books are seld!). Hurry in! There are some espe- cially wonderful buys in this bunch. HAM DINNER AND CRAFT BAZZAR The annual ham and craft bazaar sponsored by the Oak Grove United Methodist Church at Ballengee, will be held Sat. June 10th. at the Bal- lengee Community Hall. The dinner will be served from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. The cost of the dinner is $5.00 for ages 12 and up, ages 6-II is $2.50. Children five and under eat free when accompanied by a paying adult. RAILROADERS REUNION The annual reunion ofretired and active railroaders and their spouses will be held Sat., June 3rd. at 10:00 a.m., in Bluestone State Park under the new shelter above the swimming pool. Turn off Rt. 20. The area will be marked with signs. Lunch will be served at 1:00 p.m. catered by Hin- ton Dairy Queen at $8.50 per per- son. If you planned to attend and over- looked securing your ticket call R. L. McDowell at phone 252-2793. Ar- rangements can be made to pay for your meal at the park. PARKWAY AUTHORITY The monthly meeting of the New River Parkway Authority will he held at the Concord College Student Center, Concord College, Athens, on June 5th., at 7:00 p.m. S.CA.R.IL AUXILIARY TO HOLD YARD SALE The Summers County A.R.H. Auxiliary will be having a combina- tion bake sale and rummage sale on Sat. June 3rd., at 116 James St., from 8:00 AM. until 1:00 P.M. Come early! Our famous baked goods will go like hot cakes! And we will have other interesting items, all over Marie Maddy's front yard! Don't miss it! VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Vacation Bible School will be held at the Chestnut Grove Church on June 19th. thru 23rd. at 7:00 p.m. nightly. Topic will be "Overcoming Ob- stacles". ABSENTEE VOTING IN PERSON If you have plans to be out.of- town during the June 13, City of HJnton General Election, you may vote an absentee ballot at City Hall. Office hours are Mon. - Fri. from 8:00 am. to 4:00 p.m. wizh:al hours on Sat., June 10th. from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for your voting convenience. For more information about vot- ing an absentee ballot, call 466-3255. 466.1100 June McGraw, Broker NEW RIVER ROAD - 3 BR. frame, carport. In Excellent condition. 4 miles from Hin- ton. River Access. $44,000. WILLOWWOOD lOO' 'sALE pEIU WEST END - 2 lots, 40' x II0'. Overlooking New River. Re- duced. GRIFFITHS CREEK- 87 acres. Creek runs thru 1/2 mile,barn, welL 60% wooded, 40% cleared. $45,000. MADAMS CREEK - 54 acre farm. 10 acres cleared, pond, rest in timber. With older 3 BR. house, I bath. $45,000. HINTON - Commercial bldg. completely renovated. Good location. 2 upstairs apt. rented. Medical clinic on first floor. Rental income could make payments. Price nego- tiable. PIPESTEM CREEK: 48 acres hunting land,'ll. $16,000. NEW RIVER ROAD - 12 acre tract overlooking New River with river access. Good invest- ment. Can be sold off by the acre. REDUCED. NEW RIVER - almost 1 acre lots. 100' River frontage, Pri- vate Road, large trees, bor- dering River. Never floods. COMMERCIAL BUILDING - Ballengee ')'' sq. ft. ex- cellent locaC -r WANTED REAL ESTATE L[SrrnS We have Buy WE ALSO BUY REAL EffrATE June McGraw - Broker 466-1100 After Hours - 466-1767 BOYS & GIRI CLUB OF SUMMERS CO. JUNE CALENDAR OF EVENTS June 5 thru 10 Men. June 5: Power Hour 4:00- 6:00. Tues. June 6: Power Hour 4:00 - 6:00. Wed. June 7: Power Hour 4:00 - 6:00. Thurs. June 8: Torch Club 5:30. Fri. June 9: Sat. June 10th: Club Closed. OFFICIAL BALLOT, GENERAL ELECTION CITY OF HINTON, JUNE 13, 1995 O DEMOCRATIC PARTY O REPUBLICAN PARTY INSTRUCTIONS: STRAIGHT TICKET VOTERS; IFYOU MARKED AsTRAIGHT TICKET; When you mark any individual candidate in a different party, that voe will override your ; , any imiividual candidate in a , YoUMUST MARK E YOUR STRAIGHT FOR THAT 0FFICF" straight party vote for that office. When different pard EACH OF YOUR CHOICES TICKET VOTE WILL NOT FOR MAYOR0000-. \\;,'( Note for One) ",:'i -, \\; " JAMES A. "JIM!. FOR 00'OUNCIL/-. "\\;.)\ (VoteTer One) r 00FOR CITY COUNCIL Note for Nit,. Than Four) \\;,\ .." ,. "  Note for Not More Than Four) INSTRUCTIONS: If you ma straiiekd you mark any candidate in a different party for this omce, yo. hiiayo'i choices for this office because your straight ticket vote will not be counted for'tsjffce. ' .)  ( // ED HANNAH (J,'" L ] LARRY K. MEADOR i ,i i i [ COLEMAN L. LESLIE WANTED CNA, HOME HEALTH AIDES, NURSE AIDE, CERT. HOMEMAKERS FOR MEDICAID WAIVER HOMEMAKER AGENCY 1-800-788-5110 Full & Part Time Day & Evening Shifts Available Work Counties Near You Greenbrier, Summers, Monroe, Raleigh, Mercer, Fayette, Wyoming, McDowell, Monroe BtlCT1UR 10:00 A.M. SAT. JUNE 3, 1995 FOREST HILL, W. VA. IN THE OLD FOREST HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SALE BEING CONDUCTED FOR HERB HANCOCK PARTIAL LISTING: Food dehydrator, appliances, jewlery boxes, baseball & football cards, fans, flatware, Lenox china, silver plate items, occupied Japan, cookie jar, several nice figurines, crystal, several pieces deprassion glass-good patterns-, several pcs., Red Ruby, Wedgewood plates, Griswall skillets, large Griswall roaster, Griswall cast aluminum, cast iron mall box, other pots, pans, glassware, twin bedroom sure, 2 curio cabinets, dresser base, end tables, computer desk, Octagon table, extra nice dining room table, chairs, buffet (walnut), chest, round oak China cabinet, nice Conn organ, Kay guitar, 2 like new bicycles, Sears chest freezer, lawn chairs, portable washer and dryer unit, dehumidifier, rolltop desk, sweeper, Sears wringer washer, file cabinet, oll lamps, lamps, baby dolls, metal cabinets, sewing machine, cuckoo clock, stoneware, Hubley kiddie toy airplanes (metal), 20 ft. aluminum ladder, planes, saws, mechanic tools, garden tools, & other tools, several pieces of electrical testing equlpment-scopes-meters-guages-testers- and others, several Beta tapes, and more to come before sale. AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: ' APPALACHIAN AUCTION SERVICE MIKE STOVER #940 CALL (304) 253-5761 OR 673-7005 Rt. 1 Box 86 " Ballard, W.Va. 24918 MARIE AREA - 2 miles east of Forest Hill on Rt. 12. A 2 story, $ or 4 br. stone home with large livingroom, dinlngroom, kitchen, 1 1/2 baths, front porch. Built in back porch. New shingle roof, new carpet, all new windows. Fireplace. Taylor outside wood stove with hot water baseboard heat.. A double car cinder I block garage and other out bldgs. Located on hardtop road. Nice level lots. Will sell with option of 2 or 4 acres. Good Location. FOREST HIIJJGREENVILLE ROAD- Rt. 122 on the Monroe/ Summers County line. A nice 2 BR. home with bath, kitchen, livingroom with fireplace. New carpet throughout, full ! basement, electric baseboard heat. Also a wood stove in the basement. 1 car garage with automatic opener. Storm windows and doors. Paved driveway. Shade trees and shrubbery. Situated on 1 1/2 plus acres of land. Very neat home and location. All selling for only $49,000. BOZOO AREA SUMMERS COUNTY - near the Monroe line. The former J. R. Keatley CleafLead Farm consisting of 230 acres of land witha 2 story, 4 BR., brick home. Plus two other liveable homes, both with new roofs. 3 barns, many outbuildings with concrete floors, running water to some buildings. A beautiful 3 acre lake plus 2 large ponds, all stocked with bait minnows. Several other smaller ponds, 3 developed springs, 4 water troughs. I mile offhard road, frontage 800' paved driveway. Joining the Bluestone hunt- ing area, 90% of this land cleared and mostly level plus many other improvements. This is a super outstanding farm that you must see to appreciate the quality and beauty. A once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a dream home and farm. Call today, FOREST HILL/RED SULPHUR AREA - 1983 2 BI 14 x 60 Fleetwood trailer. Situ- ated on 11 1/2 acres, mostly woodlands. The property borders on State Rt. 12 yet the trailer is secluded. New well pump, water filter system pulification. Also 16 x 20 and a 12 x 12 utility bldg. All for only . REDUCED TO RED SULPHUR AREA - Rt. 1  3 BR. brick home, livingroom with fireplace, den with fire- place, kitchen with new range and dish washer. Dining room, bath, full basement, oil fur- nace, back porch. Situated on large lot joining Indian Creek. 12 x 13 new utility bldg. Fruit, chestnut and walnut trees, lots of nice shrubbery. Only  REDUCED TO FOREST HILL AREA- a beau- tiful 3 BR. brick home, with large llvingroom, combina- tion kitchen and dining room with lots of nice built-in cabi- nets. 2 full baths, a den with fireplace and stove. Large laundryroom with built-in stove. Attac4 dairy, front porch, e4tc base board heat. S]tYd on approx. 3 1/ 2 acres "--of land with beautiful lawn, a circled paved drive- way, carport, new fence, pond, good garden spot. A 3 door cinder block garage or shop. Plus other out bldgs., a super nice location on Rt. 12. Lots of modern conveniences, close by. Call Now. For Listings Or Auction Sales Call 466-3210 Anytime Paul "Buddy" Light Broker & Auctioneer Licensed No. 478 III DPdV00 The Summers CountyHigh School . Band Boosters ask that you support " : their uniform drive by purchasing Big Mac Value Meals at the Hinton ': McDonald's on June 2, 3 and 4th. ' For each value meal purchased on those days, McDonald's will do- ; nate 25 cents toward the purchase of new uniforms for the band.