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10- Hinton News Tues. June 4, 1991 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD Hinton's Lively To 1991 SeniorAwards HelPconferencein Baptist HARVEY REUNION Descendants of Austin and Mary Ann (Eili0 Harvey will meet for a Family Reunion June 15 beginning at 10 o'clock at Summers Co. 4-H Camp. Picnic lunch near 12 o'clock. Bring old and new family pictures and any bite of family history you may have. Come prepared for a wonderful day. For more info call (466.0429) or 466-3540. ATTENTION All Jehool children of the Hinton area, Vacation Bible School will be co-hinted by the Second Baptist Church and Camon Baptist Church of Hinton, W.Va., under the direc- tion of The Baltimore Connection and Mrs. Carolyn Nabet, June 24th through June 28th. Time - 9:00 a.m., until 100 noon at Second Baptist Church. A clams for First and Second Orad Aciass for Third andFourth Grades, A class for Fifth and Sixth Grades. OLDER CHILDREN ARE NEEDED to help assist the teach- ere. Literature will be provided, crat singing, and movies will be pre. zentod, also. Anyone willing to help teach or assist the teachers, please contact Mrs. Mary Veltman. Rev. NJ. Johnson and Rev. Matthew Saunders YOUNG DEMOCRATS' PICNIC The 1991 Hinton High School The Summers County.Monros Senior AwardB Program was held ou County Young Dmnocrate will haw May 2st. at 7:00 p.m. ath the high a swimming party and picnic at the SummereCounty4-H CamponJune school. 1991 awards winners were: 15, beginning at 4 p.m. FIFE JUJE[OLARSHI]P - given Everyone invited. A planning to Taya Harvey, James Hunter, session is scheduled for Wed., May and Donald Bragg. 29, at 7 p.m. at the Dairy Queen. PARKWAY The monthly meeting of the New River Parkway Authority will be held at the City Sidetrack Park, 400 From t Street, Hinton, W.Va. at 7:00 PM on June 10th. 8AUNDERS RRIrNION Descendents of Holman and (Nancy Kzatly) Saunders will meet at Summers CO. 4 H Camp Sat. June 8th. for a family reunion, starting at 10 o'clock. Picnic lunch at noon. For info call 466-3540. WOMANS CLUB The Hinton Woman's Club will meet Man. evening, June 10, at 7:30 in the Memorial Building. Mrs. David Honaker will serve as chairman for the day and Elizabeth Morris and Donna Fivont are chairmen of the hostess committee. All members are invited. Welcome Home Heroes Parade Slated are that they could represent a soldier's return from one of our country's past wars. An entry has already been received from Talcott citizens for the Viat Nam War. Let's make this thegrandest show of support our town has yet put forth in appreciation of our Vats, our free. dam, and our country. Thieis the one day oftheyear when all true patriote shine. We hope you will join us in this official tribute to Hinton's Hometown Heroes. For Further information and to register an entry in the parade, please call one of the following be- fore June 30th. Shirla Ballard 466-0407, Carla Leslie 466-3930, or Linda Rodee 466- 3694. Thanks a bunch and well see you at the parade! A "Welcome Home Heroes" pa- rade is being planned for all Sum- nmra Co. Gulf War Vats. It will be Thurs., July 4, at 2:00 pm in down- town Hinton and will be immedi- ately followed by a brief congratula- tory ceremony in the City Square. WeYe encouraging those people who annually attend Aldereon's July 4, parade tojn usin the afternoon, as there's plenty of time to attend each. WeYe asking for your "all-out" support for this grand occasion. We want entries of all kinds ( i.e ban- hers, floats, antique & specialtycars, schools, businesses, clubs, churches, civic groups, horses, individuals, etc.). Our parade theme is ?hen Johnny Comes Marching Home Again'. Suggestions for fleat entires University Women Hold May Meeting The Hinton Branch ofthe Ameri- can Association of Univermty Women met May 20 in the Education Room of the Meadow Bridge Methodist Church. Program Leader Janico Gwinn introduced Paula Wykle as guest speaker. Mrs. Wykle is a teacher at Maxwell High School in Raleigh CO., a graduate of Hinton High School and Marshall Univer- sity. She has a masters in educa- tiomd administration from COGS and a degree in speech communica- tion from West Virginia University. Mrs. Wykle, who was "Teacher of the Year" in Raleigh CO., 1989-90 term, spoke of promoting interest in readingby her project"The B.E.A.R. Facta" and of her methods of provid- ing motivation for the overall devel. opment of her third grade students. She told of her work as a trainer for the Cooperative Learning Proj- oct in the Department of Educatiou where she trains other teachers in cooperative learning - a process to help children get along with each other ml they learn to solve problems and share ideax. Mrs. Wyk]e, whomm'vee asRaleigh CO. representative to the Teachers Forum, explained how one teacher from each of the fifty-five counties meet with the State Department of Education to share information on marmnt issmm. She attributes her to her parents and family who were interested in the educa- tion of their children and to the in- fluence of many trenchers who of. farad help and encouragement. Mrs. Wykle concluded her excel- lent presentation by reading a book which her pupils had written and by saying America would become a nation of roadere when we realize that readers are not born but are must be made. Branch president, Loona Emrich, was in charge of the business see. sion. Contributions were made to the Educational Foundation Pro- gram and to the "Foot-in the Door  project. Patricia Stacklin reportl that a Hinton High School zenior girl had been chosen for the local scholarship award. Catherine Mack, tmmmrsr, asked that all members plan to paydtmeduring the month of June. The nominating committee pr eented the following slate ofoffimrs who were elected for the 1991-93 term: presidont.Hazol Davideon, program vice-presi den t-Patricia Stacklin, zecretary-Lsona Emrich with Mac Dodd as back.up. Guests were greeted by Janice Gwinn and Lucille Walker. Mrs. Wykle was given a gift of apprecia- tion and the door prize were won by Charlene Crook and Mrs. Wyk]e. The Meadow Bridge members were hostesses and served delicious refreshments from tables attrac- tively decorated in the "B,R." (Bear.y Enthusiastic About Bead- ing) theme. Those prezent were: Charlene Crook, Hazel Davideon, Mee Dodd, Leona Emrich, Hattie Belle Gwinn, Janice Gwinn, Jane Humphries, Catherine Mack, Ernestine Mitchell, Patricia Stack- lin, Lucil le Walker an d Paula Wykle. Hunter Education Class To Be Offered ANOTHER CASH WINNER The Dept. of Natural Bemurces will sponsor a Hunter Education Courze 11,12,13 June, 6:30-9:45 PM at DNR office, McArthur, WV. Included in the training will be basic gun mfety, information about flnmrms and ammunition, the role of the hunter and huntingin wildlife management and conservation, hunter reaponsibilitiee, game care and the wildlife laws. Permn nmdlly oomplettng the I0 hour course will reive a Hunter Education Cortifcation card from the W.Va. Dept. of Natural Rmmurc. W. Vs. law now requires persons who pureham their first huntingliconee afur Jan. I, 1990, to suocessfully omplete the Hunter Education Courm. Parents are encourail to attend with their childron. For further information and reg- istration deudls, pleam onts Barnes or Mrs. Webb at 2t-69. GROUP MEETING WHA Meeting of the BLUE- FIELD/PRINCLVPON HEAD IN- JURY AWARENESS GROUP of the WV Head Injury Foundation, Inc. WHEN: Tues. June 11, 6:30- 8:00 p.m. WHERE: S. Hills Regional Be- hab. Hospital, 1st Floor Conf. Pan. Princoton, WV. PROGRAM: FAMILYSHARING TIME. For more information, please contact Bonnie Dram W Shorter at (304) 487-8000. JOHN A. ANGOTrl MEMORIALSCHO- Big Four Drug Store, along with family and friends of John A. An- gotti, have estab}iehed this scholar- ship in his honor. The dedication that was held by Mr. Angotti in the field of pharmacy will long be re- membered in this community. $1000.00 scholarship will be awarded to a Hinton High School senior planning to enter into the field of pharmacy. This scholarship is a continuation to Robert Gregory Angell 1990. HINTON KROGER EMPLOYEES GRANT- pre- sented by Hinton Kroger employees to a deserving graduate of HHS. $1000.00 award. This year's winner is Paula Scott. DEWEY BASHAM SCHOLAR- SHIP -an award prezentedby Jump- ing Branch P.T in honor of Dewey Basham. This $250.00 award is given this year to Glonda Pollard. LION CLUB SCHOLARSHIP- $500.00 award given to a deeerving senior by Hinton Lions Club. This year's winner is Melimm Harem. HAYNI SCHOLAR- SHIP - $4300.00 each. Established by R. C. Haynes will. To deserving senior to aid in furthering their education. This year's winner is Pam Fox. BILLY RAY HONAKER ME- MORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - estab- lished by the honor mciety in order to perpetuate the high ideals dem- onstrated by Mr. Honaker. This year's winners are Kim Cooper and Roy Richmond. KEY CLUB LEADERSHIP AWARD . bad on outstanding leadership and sorvice to HI'IS Key Club. Must be a Key Club member. This year's winner is Stephen Shrader. WOMENS CLUBAWARD- pre- sented to a senior bey and girl who best personify the mark of courtesy. Award is 50.00 savings bond. This yw's winners are Tanya Harvey TOMKIES FOUNDATION AWARD. created by the descen. dante of a prominent pioneer mer- chant of Hinton, Morgan Douglas Tomkies, wishes to make a $500.00 science grant to a 1991 senior at HHS who intends to choose a scien- tific career. This year's winner is Tammy Judy. DIXIE LEE SPADE AWARD - presented to the best all around senior girl athlete. This year's win- ner is Kim Wynes. WELDON BOONE BIOLOGY - outstanding senior in Biology. This year's winner is Tammy Judy. JOHNSON SCIENCE AWARD - outstanding senior in Chemistry. This year's winner is Drew Mead- OWe. FrO SCHOLARSHIP - new scholarship given by Hinton High Schools PTO. $I00.00 given to Melissa Harem. MATH WINNER - outstanding achievement in computer program- ming. Winner is Drew Meadows. PLATO ACADEMIC SCHOL- ARSHIP - given to a gifted student. $2000.00 award. This year's winner is Arlene Kincaid. SERVICE CLUB AVARD - pre- esntod to a deserving senior boy or girl who desires to further their education. Total award is $200.00. This year's winner is Trscie Hurt. VOCATIONAL DEPT. AWARDS - given to outstanding seniors from Summers County Ca- reer Center. This year's winners are: Kenneth Michael Meadows, Chris Harper, Pare Fox, Melissa Harem, Bill Cooley, and Derrick Leslie. LATIN AWARD - senior Latin students. Special Language award goes to Zeke Keyes for successful completion of 6 unite of study, 4 in Latin, 2 in French. 4 year JCL Latin award goes to Stephen Shrader for outstanding pursuit of classical stud- ies. DRAMA - given to outstanding senior Drama students. Overall performance and best all arou n d cast member is Zeke Keyes. Outstanding performance goes to Stephen Shrader. Spirit awards for outstand- ing service and high grades goes to Charlie Lowry. FRENCH - awards go to Anna Bigge, Cheryl Hunter, Arlene Kin- raid, and Nicki Verdouw. and James Hunter. TEENAGER YEAR. this award is presented by the Elks Club to an outstanding senior boy and girl in Summers Co. Total award is $250.00 each. This year's winners are Pare Fox and Stephen Shrader. STOKES ROTARY SCHOLAR- SHIP - a memorial award in honor of J.W. Stokes. $1000.00 given to ENGLISH Eng. 1213 most im- OF THE proved goes to Kati Karhunsaari. Eng. 12 Honors most outstanding goes to Tanya Harvey. SERVICE PERSONNEL SCHOLARSHIP - presented to a senior who wishes to further their education. $100.00 award goes to Kim Clinebell. BAND AWARDS Roy Richmond, Amy Miller, Kati Karhun- Cheryl Lowry. BETA SIGMA PHI AWARD Beta Gamma Chapter No. 3105 preeentethis award to the senior girl band member. Total award is $50.00 savings bond. This year's winner is Amy Miller. KIWAN] AWARD - this year's winneris Jennifer Sears. This award is based on leadership, character, and services to school. $50.00 say- ings bond. U.S. ARMY RESERVE SCHOLAR/A-this award given to Outstanding ssnior athletes: Eric 3nuer and Kim Gore. CONCORD COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP - Able Lilly and Ktm Cooper. CHARLES BEUFORD AN. DERgON aQ SCHOLAR. SHIP - $500.00 a year given by Senator Leonard Anderson in honor of the memory of his brother, Char- les Bueford Anderson. This year's winners are Tammy Judy and Ann Koffer. WVO 8CHO- WVU leaderlhip awards goes to Kim Coo- per, Kevin Reed, and Joel q'nomlmm. U.& MARINE CORP DISTIN. GUIHED A AWARD. winner of this award is Ktm Gore. Outstanding athlete. U. MARINE CORP. BAND AWARD - winner of this award for Outstanding band member. Winner of this award is Roy Richmond. DICKIE NOEL SCHOLAR. SH][P - given in memory of Dickie Noel. This year's award given to Jennifer SearL $373.00 semester award. HINTON MOOSE LODGE3- chosen on eay 'tying No To Drugs'. Winners are Tammy Judy and Able Lilly. $100.00 each. LEVIN MEMORIAL 8CHOL. ARSHIP - given by the Levine fam- ily. A memorial to James. $1000.00 given to Kim Wynes. $250.00 a year. TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN AWARD- academic exeellenca in the mountain state program will be an on.going academic rxnition ac- tivity for outstanding graduating seniors. This year's winners are Stephen Shrad, Jennifer Sears, Roy Richmond, Cheryl Lowry and Drew Meadows. mari,Abie Lilly, and Steven Shrader . and Melinda Gwinn. WJL. GARTEN AWARD - this award honors W.L Garten and rec- ognizes a senior in athletic excel- lence. Thieyear's winner is Pat Sten- nett. MARY BERNICE CUNDIFF AWARD. a memorial award pre. zented to a senior boy or girl for good citizenship by the F.A. Cundifffam- ily. This year's winners are Tammy Judy and Roy Richmond. BETTY BARE AWARD - a me- morial award prezented by the class of 1946 to the best all around senior girl This year's winner is Tanya Harvey. HHS SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVE- MIqT AWARDS - plaque given by the principal to seniors who have a 3.5 average or better. This year's winner are Tanya Harvey, Jennifer Sears, Pam Fox, Cheryl Lowry, Kim Wynes, Roy Richmond, Arlene Kin- caid, Stephen Shrader, Drew Mead- ow Kim Gore, and Kim Cooper. CITIZENSHIP AWARDS - top citizenship winners are Tanya Har- vey and Stevon Shradar. Honorary citizens are Kati Karhunsaari and Nicoline Verdouw. Top female win- nere are Kim Clinebell, Pare Fox, Jeuica Coins, Kim Gore, Melisea Harem, Tracie Hurt, Tammy Judy, Cheryl Lowry, Amy Miller and Paula Scott. Top male winners are Todd Alvis, Donald Bragg, Eric Frazier, Chris Harper, James Hunter, Able Lilly, Rich Lytle, Drew Meadows, Roy Richmond, and Pat Stennett. HONORARYCS--Kati Karhunsaari and Nicoline Verdouw. ROBERT C.BYRD SCHOLAR" 8HIP - 4.0 averago. Award givon to Tanya Harvey. TANDY TECHNOLOGY SCHOLAR - given by Tany Corpo- ration to a chsmpion of the la- room'. This year's outstanding sen-. ior in math, science, engineering, and computer science is Tanya Harvey. PERFECT ATINDANCE - Susan Brown, Tanya Harvey, and Stephen Shrader. FArrHIrUL ATTENDANCE - Missy Adkins, Todd Alvis, Tracie Barker, Tim Bennett, Anna Bigge, David Bower, Mike Bowars, Donald Bragg, Bill Cooley, Jason Edwards, Pare Fox, Eric Prazier, Jemica Coins, Melisea Hamm, Tammy Judy, Kati Karhunsaari,Mare&th Keaton, Ann Keffer, Able Lilly, Curtis Lilly, CherylLowry, Scott Mann, Susan McCoy, Mike Meadows, Amy Miller, Melissa Morgan, Mike Mullinix, Jerry Plumley, Scott Reed, Roy Richmond, Tracy Richmond, Jen- nifer Sears, Tanner Smith, Richard Ward, Brenda Wills, Wendy Wilfong, and Tony Williams. PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMIC FITNESS AWARD - 3.0 average or better.This award goes to ToddAlvis, Traci Barker, DonaldBragg, Marsha Gales, Kim Cooper, Pare Fox, Jes- sica Coins, Kim Gore, Melissa Harem, Kim Harvey, Tanya Har- vey, Diane Houchine, Cheryl Hunter, James Hunter, Tammy Judy, Banes Keatley, Ann Keffer, Arlene Kin- caid, Able Lilly, Michelle Lilly, Cheryl Lowry, Susan McCoy, Drew Meadows, Mike Mullinix, Roy Richmond, Jennifer Sears, Stephen Shrader, Wendy Wilfong, Brenda Wills, and Kim Wynes. CATS CLUB.PERFECT AT- TENDANCE are Trade Barker, Eric Frazier, Tanya Harvey, Cheryl Lowry, Brian Mann, Susan McCoy, Amy Miller, Mike Mullinix, Roy Richmond, and Stephen Shrader. CATS CLUBACADEMIC WIN- NERS are Melissa Adkins, Todd Alvis, Anna Biggs, Wayne Blanken- ship, Robin Boiling, Cheryl Cales, Marsha Cales, Priscilla Cales, Tra- cie Gales, Kim Cooper, Lori Fox, Pam Fox, Mike Gill, Melissa Harem, Tonya Harvey, Loretta Hill, Diane Houchins, Cheryl Hunter, Tracie Hurt, Tammy Judy, Renee Keatley, Ann Keffer, Zeke Keyes, Arlene Kincald, Able Lilly, Cheryl Lowry, Scott Mann, Susan McCoy, Drew Meadows, Mike Meadows, Mike Mullinix, Teresa Rice, Roy Richmond, Jennifer Sears, Stephen Shrader, Tanner Smith, Amy Sow- der, Paul Thompson, Tony Williams, Renae Willis, and Brenda Wills. "PREPARING FOR THE WORLD OF WORK ESSAY CON- TEST"- cosponsored by the WV Chamber of Commerce and Dept. of Defense ASVAB Testing Program. Winner is Meredith Keaton. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION UNIVERSITY OF WOMEN AWARD - Pam Fox. AIR FORCE/MATH/SCIENCE AWARD - excelled in academics. Tanya Harvey. CLAUDE JOHNSON MEMO- RIAL SCHOLARSHIP - Joel Th- ompson winner. ATTENTION PEOPLE WHO ENJOY GOSPEL MUSIC There will be a singing school at the Pipestem Ruritan Club Building June 17.June 28 held five nights a week Mon.-Fri. The singing school is sponsored by the Summers County Singing Convention and the Pipeetem Ruri- tan Club. Location: 2/10 mile offof Rt. 20 on the Broadway Rd., east of Cook's Chapel Begular Baptist Church. This singing school will be fr', except for the cost of the songbook of $2.50. For more information call Mr. James Withrow at 466-1139 or Mr. Charles Russell Keaton at 466-3849 so we will know how many books to order. Everyone is welcome; especially mung people. II I Rose Bushes In Bud & Bloom REDUCED I/3 WEBBS FLORIST & GREENHOUSES On the ,Mane CRAB ORCHARD, WV. 255.-7411 Frances Lively of Hin ton is among the leaders of the annual conference of the American Baptist Women of W.Va. tohe held from June 7 through 9 at Aldereon-Broaddus College in Philippi. Lively is chairperson of the Love Gift Committee, which helps to col- lect donations for specific ministry projects of the women's organiza. tion. The conference, titled "Weaving New Patterns', will attract women leaders from American Baptist con. gregations throughout W.Va. The meeting is the 57th annual conference of the American Baptist Women of the W.Va. Aldemon- Brcaddus is affiliated with the American Baptist Church in the U.S. Alderson-Broaddus College is a fully accredited, four-yearlibersl arte and sciences college with a complete curriculum of comprehensive aca- demic majors ranging from computer science, business administration, and music education to programs in the health sciences, social sciences, natural sciences, humanities, and education field. Graduates Shawn M. Anderson, son of Joyce Anderson, Hinton, W.Va. and Elmer M. Anderson, Clifton Forge, Vs., graduated with a Masters of Science Degree in Physical Education/Health from Radford University, Radford, Vs., May 11th. Shawn served as Assistant Ath- letic Trainer during his two years of graduate work. Shawn is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Williams, Mrs. Jo- esphineAnderson and thelate Elmer S. Anderson. DRIVER NEEDED The Mountain State Center for Independent Living is looking for a volunteer to drive a wheelchair lift equipped van to transport persons with disabilities in the Raleigh CO. area. If you have spare time and a good driving record, call 1-800-545-2245 or 255-0122. ECOTHEATER Thursdays at 8 startingJune 20th. come to Pipeetem State Park Am- phitheater and see EcoTheater pres- ent Scenes of W.Va. West Virginia's nonacting actors are: Kathy Jackson, MarthaAsbury- Faulkner and troupe. Plus Judy Walker with Sarge, Jim, Lana, and Jenny. Admission only $3.00. ::: .=.,; IRonda Brooks ;:::: :i I Of Cool Ridge ]won S00o0 Cash usten to : 106 aS tO bOW YOU= I[\\;/" j ill TOOCANBEA -- ....  CASH WINNER onda Brooks I w,.CASH I "'] WTNJI iii, ii II I PIPESTEM DRIVE- IN RL 20 SPEEDWAY Ph. 384-7382 FLEA PIG" EVERY SUNDAY ADM. FRI. - SAT. $3.50 PERSON SON. $&00 CAR LOAD June 7-8-9 SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY Rated - R ROCKY V Rated - PG-13 ATTENTION" WOMEN AND MEN SALES L1ANAGEr, IENT TRIANEES - TRAVEL We need 4 trainees for Telephone Sales Office Managers In our Advertlelng Deparlment. Paid training, corporate benefits, car allowance, and motel .. expenses, #1. Must be available to travel - 5 1/2 days per week ,, #2 ResponMble - CAREER MINDED i #3 High School Graduate li'i #4 Aggressive - Highly motivated Retail, jewelry, cosmetics, telephone sales, marketing, r teaching (or communications) background helpful, but not |I necessary, i I Fore personal interview call 1-800-543-5940 IMMEDIA TEL Y i ! ! Ask for Ann Taylor. 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