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6 - Hinton News Tues. June 4, 1991 BPW Holds April Meeting The Hinton Business and Profee- "sional Women's Club met on Apr. 30th., at the Summers County Ca- 'reer Center. This was the last din- her that the Food Service students catered for the 1990-91 BPW club year. The students and Mr. Bob Mazzella did a wonderful job with every meal and the club members truly enjoyed and appreciated the good service and good food. Mrs. Elizabeth Bare called the meeting to order with the Club Col- lect and Flag Salute. She then intro- duced the guest speaker, Regina Eclde, State Farm Insurance agent. :Mrs. Eckle spoke on the various pension plans available. She handed out print outs that compared the different pension plans and how these plans could help a working person plan and save for retirement. The Mar. minutes were read and approved and the treasurer's report was given. The members discussed the success of the Blood Analysis Clinic and the financial outcome. Mrs. I ire announced the May meeting #ould be held at the Moose Club and that the 1991-92 theme wouldbeBPW: Key toAdvancemont. A committee was setup to eelact a Maid of Honor for the Water Festi- val, and members were asked to think about ways that the BPW club could help with the Water Festival this summer. The meeting was adjourned with the Benediction. Twenty-two mem- bers and four gueets were present: Millie Meador, India Brown, Frances Davis, Mettle Jean Cooper, Mary Garrison, MildredMeador, Elizabeth Huffman, Elizabeth Bare, Jeanie Kraft, Clara Mann, Patsy Hedrick, Judy Gore, Hazel Davideon, Jane Humphries, Gloria Meadows, Betty Woodrum, Frances Bowman, Jean Pack, Donna Pivont, Ruth Pivont, Cleo Mathews, Amy Mann, Regina Eckle, Nadine Woodrum, Shirla Ballard, and Donna Mock. Help With Junior/Senior Prom Bill Cooley adds just the right touch. Mr. Mazzella watchful eye as student prepare trays.- Two classes at the Summers County Career Center were instru- mental in hel ping to make thisyear's Hinton High School Junior/Senior Prom a memorable event. Mr. Steve Lilly, Building Con- struction teacher, and class were responsible for building and paint- ing the beautiful bridges and lattice work placed throughout the deco- rated areas of the prom, Preparing and serving delicious food and refreshments was the con- tribution made by the Food Service mp Lonnie Allen Son Returns Marine CPL. Lonnie Allen, has returned home after duty aboard the landing ship the U.S.S. Guam. He has been in Saudi Arabia for nine months. He is stationed at Cherry Point, N.C. He was met at the Cherry Point Marine Bass by all of his immediate family. Lonnie really appreciated all the mail and all the support from his family and friends in and around Hinton. As Lonnie's parents - we'd like to say! Welcome Home! a job well Done. To ion ni e and all the others troops who fought in The Middle East. Class under the direction of Mr. Robert Mazzella. These teachers and students would like to thank Mrs. Wands Davis and all the junior class sponsors for allowing them to utilize their skills and be a part of this year's prom. l l r ..... PRESENT COUPON TO Will not stick or fade ON DELIVERY Michelle Steele Erin Steele 2 Sisters Turn 1 Year Older Michelle Lynn Steele daughter of Johnny and Lynnae Steele of Br- idgeview, II. celebratedher 1st. birth- day on Feb. 2, (Groundhog's Day). She shares her birthday with Grandma Bell also of Bridgevlew. And of course a cute Groundhog cake was made by Grandma to add a fun touch to her 1st. party. Grandma Lottie Steele of Hinton sent Michelle a beautiful card and gift. Michelle misses her and wishes she could have been there to cele- brate along with Michelle's 2 older sisters, Erin and Amber. Happy 1st. Birthday Michelle ! ! We Love You!! Erin Dawn Steele, daughter of Johnny and Lynnae Steele cele- brated her 8th birthday on Mar. 8. A cute kitten cake was made by Grandma Bell of Bridgeview, 11. This was chosen because of our newly acquired Persian, Muffin. A family party was given along with a seper- ate party with her friends from school. Erin had a very exciting and fun 8th birthday. Two parties she will never forget. The birthday cards and gifts sent especially by Grandma L. Steele of Hinton always brighten up her day. She's growing up so fast. Happy 8th Birthday, Erin ! ! ! We Love You!!! Building Construction Class. The first practical phonograph was Invented in 1877 by Thomas Edison. PHOTOGRAPHER ..... "1 DEPOSIT 1 -8X10 2-5X7 8 Jumbo Wallets D.D. STUDIO TAKES MORE TIME TO GET THAT SOMETHING SPECIAL. Persons under 18 must be accompanied by parent. ALL AGES AND FAMILIES LIMIT ONE SPECIAL PER FAMILY SPECIAL SCENIC BACKGROUND NO EXTRA CHARGE GROUP PICTURE $1.00 PER SUBJECT. PAY WHEN TAKEN .Thurs. June 6 10:00 - 4:30 SEARS HINTON I I II Retired School Employees Meet The Summers County Association of Retired School Employees met Apr. 20 in the Board of Education Conference Room. Coffee and do- nuts were served by Frances Lively and the hostess commitee as mem- bers enjoyed a fellowship period. Mr. Albert Lively, president, was in charge of the meeting which opened with an invocation by Janie Mann, the Flag Salute, and the sing- ing of =America" led by Margaret Woodrum. Guest speaker was, Mr. D.E. Tassos, who talked about the Sum- mers County school system's pres- ent situation and plans for the fu- ture. Agift ofappreciation was given to Mr. Tassos to remind him of his many friends in the organization. Mr. Lively presented information concerning the employment of an executive director for the state or- ganization and asked members to vote on the issue. SENIOR NEWS He announced that the Spring Workshop would be held on June 5 at the Holiday Inn at Oak Hill. All committee chairmen or co-chairmen are to attend. The Leadership Con- ference will be held at the Sheraton Martinsburg Inn on May 8-9. Mr. Lively reported that the re- tirement bills in the recent legisla- tive session were not brought out of committee. He urged members to contact legislators and make their opinions known. The group will meet at Pipestem State Park on May 11 for the annual brunch. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Perdue, Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Alder- ACTIVITIES AT THE HINTON SENIOR CENTER Located on the corner of Second Ave. and Summers St. Partially funded by the W.Va. Commission on Aging Wed. June 5 Menu: Pork chops, mashed pota- toes, broccoli, sliced peaches. Thurs. June 6 Menu: Potato soup, turkey Sand- wich, kale greens, sliced pineapple, cracker. Activities: Bingo for prizes after lunch. Fri. June 7 Menu: Baked chicken, mashed potatoes, mixed veg. ice cream. Ac- tivities: Gospel sing at 11:15. Monthly birthday party for seniors observing birthdays in June. Mon. June 10 Menu: Meatloaf/gravy, buttered rice, green beans, fruit cocktail, bis- cuits. Activities: Bible study at 11:15. Summers County Council on Aging Board of Directors meeting at 1:00 p.m. Tues. June 11 Menu: Ham salad sandwich, tomato soup, baked potato, pear halves. Menu changes may occur due to the unavailability of foods or due to circumstances beyond our control. Scheduled Bus Trips Mercer Mall June 21 Pence Springs to Hinton 5--19 Blood Pressure Clinic Hinton Center-- 12-19-26 Sandstone Center - 12 Kroger 13 Squat " l)ance -- Pence Springs Senior Center The monthly squai (, held at 7:00 p.m. June 7th Pence Springs Senior Cent admissions, music by t) Ray, All ages admitted, r  f :,: be served. This ac by the GreeTbri., : Senior Citizens Cub : mers Coy. son, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lively, Juanita M. Basham, Eleanor Mead- ows, Jessie Smith, Juanita A. Basham, Janie Mann, Robert Via, Pauline W. Fife, Margaret Woodrum, Mary Neely, Florence Meadows, Emma Wise, Raymond Fox and D.E. Tassos. Invited To Meeting SURPLUS r (. r: APPLIC Tlr '' Please be advi,,.i , mers County Council on i.,., the Summers County Servi:. : r, cil will be taking ap;," Surplus Food on the 5th -r, ' , June, at the following area. Jura, 5th and 7th. 9 am until 3 pm tint.  area residents Summers County Services Council. Under 60. Over 60 June 5th and 6th 9 a until 3 pm Hinton Senior Center. Ail seniors must reapply for a new crd Talcott Fire department-Sand stone Senior Center-Jumping Branch Senior Center, Pipestem Ruritan Community Building, will be taking applications on June 5 9:00 until 12:00. TheEighthAnnuaISystems-Wide . -. -, 0 Auxiliary Meeting of the Appalchian Regional Heathcare met Apr. 24 & 25 in Lexington, Ky. Since Summers County Hospital is now under the management of A.R.H., the hospital Auxiliary was invited to be repre- sented. The meeting was held at the Springs Inn Motel in Lexington and all of the A.R.H. hospitals were rep- resented. Jeannie Chase, Assistant Vice President for Administration coor- dinated the meeting. Robert L. Johnson, President of A.R.H. wel- comed the group. During the two day sessions, a very informative and educational program was presented. Group ses- sions were led by Doris Rosenbaum, Vice Chairperson of the Kentucky Hospital Association on "Expanding Your Horizons'. Pat Arnold, University of Ken- tucky Gift Shop Manager/Secretary of Gift Shop Managers Association, "Shop Talk." Rev. Thomas Schuler, Chaplain Consultant/Community Liaison A.R.H., =How to magnify Your Life.  Willena S. Beagle, R.D. Director of Education-A.R.H. Nu- trition The Life Preserver For YouF Carolyn Hopkins, Image Consult- ant 'Tour image, It's Impact," The Changing Role of the Volunteer." Those attending were entertained with a Tea and also a Reception with A.R.H. headquarters employees. 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