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/" Tues. June 7, 1994 Hinton News - 3 46th ANNIVERSARY THE ENTIRE MONTH OF JUNE! Traditional "FREE DAYS PURCHASE" Briers Furniture 209 Second Ave., Hinton Phone 466-0691 Obituaries Outstanding Sophomore CHARLOTI ANN BLANKENSHIP Charlotte Ann Blankenship, 57, of Tallahassee, Fla., died Fri., May 27,1994 in a care home in Tallahas- see, Fla., where she had been in a coma for 19 months from anevrysom. A native of Hinton, she had live in Tallahassee after moving from Jacksonville since 1972. She attended school in Hinten and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Hinton. She was preceded in death by her father C. H. Shirey; sister Susie, Wisoman and a daughter Lea Ann in 1982. Survivors include two sons Bob and wife Annie Blankenship of Tal- lahassee; Mike and wife Ida Blank- enship ofWytheville, Va.; one daugh- ter, Karen B]ankenship of Tallahas- see; mother, Lucflle Thompson of Tallahassee; four grandchildren; daughter-in-law of Basil and Lucille Blankenship of Hinton, several cous- ins of Hinton. Funeral services were held on Mon. May 30, at 10:30 AM at the Bevis Colonial Funeral Home, in Tallahassoe, Fla. CHARIAE R. BUCKLAND Char]ie Ray Buckland, 47, died 7:10 p.m. Thurs. June 2, 19@4, in st Hinton hospital following a long ill- nese. Born May 3, 1947, at Hinton, he was the son of Charlie T. and Ger- trude Gill Buckland of Hinton. Mr. Buckland had lived most of his life at Hinton and had worked as a carpenter when health permitted. Other survivors include two sis- ters, Mrs. Kenneth (Juanita Carole) Wills of Hinton and Melba' Jean Bucldand of Shenandoah Junction; a niece, Sandra Lemon of Hinton; two nephews, Kenneth C. Wills Jr. and Dennis W. Wills, both of Hinton, and several great nieces and great nephews. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sun. June 5 at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors Chapel with Pas- ters Jeff Can terbury and Benny Allen officiating. Burial followed in the Upland Cemetery near Hinton. Arrangements by Ronald Mead- ows Funeral Parlors, Hinton. JANICE A. FOX Janice Anthena Fox, two-month el d infant daughter of Jeffrey D. and Caroline Ann sner Pox of Madams Creek, Hinton, died Thurs., June 2, 1994. Also surviving, brother, J. D. Fox at home; twin sister, Candice Effie Fox at home; paternal grandparents, Roger and Libby Williams Fox of Hinton; maternal grandparents, Elwood and Effie Adkine Kesner of Hinton. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sat. June 4 at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors Chapel, Hinton, with the Rev, Lawrence Bennett officiating. Burial followed in the Upland Cemetery, near Hinton. Friends call at 11 a.m. until of the services on Sat. June 4 at the funeral home. JACOB F. KIBLER Jacob F. "Jake" Kibler, 88, of Sandstone, died 4:30 a.m. Fri. June 3, 1994, in a Hinton hospital follow- ing a long illness. Born Oct. 7, 1906, in Fayette County, he was the son of the late George and Kate Samples Kibler. Mr. Kibler was a retired lumber inspector for the Kentucky Flooring Company in Orange, Vs. He was a World War II US Army veteran and was of the Baptist fatih. He was preceded in death by three brothers, George, tloward and Car- los K/bler. Survivors include his wife of 43 years, Eu]a Gillian Kibler, a brother, Harry Kibler of Hageretown, Md.; a sister, Gladys Stricldand of Orange, Vs., and several nieces and neph- ews. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sun. June 5 at Pivont Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Eddie Johnson officiating. Burial followed in the Cooper Cemetery, Sandstone. Pallbearers were nephews and Larry Cooper. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton. Camp Applications Available Applications for the Loaves and Fishes 1994 Summer Camp for low- income youth are now available at the organization's 127 Ballengee St. office during its regular 10AM-2PM hours on Men., Wed., and Fri. The camp will be held at Camp Summers from June 27.July I for youth, ages 6-10. There will be no charge for county children eligible for free/re- duced school meals. A limited num- ber of slots are available for youth from families who can pay. For more information call 466-2110 during office hours. This year's camp will again be directed by Peggy Howell with assi- tance from Jane Duffield. Children will be supervised by adult counsel- ors; as in past years, these counsel- ors will be primarily local volun- teers. Camp activities will include crafts, nature study, swimming and campfire activities. All applications must be returned to Loaves and Fishes on Mon., June 20 between 10AM-M or 5PM-8PM. Parents of applicants must fill out the free/reduced meal application at that time. Laura Whitaker An outstanding sophomore from Hinton High School was selected to attend the Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation (HOBY) W. Vs. Leader- ship Seminar. Laura Whitaker, 15, the daugh- ter of LuAnn and Sonny Whitaker, was selected for her potential lead- ership ability, cooperation with oth- ers, sensitivity to the needs of oth- ers, the ability to relate to new put- Attends Seminar suite and acquaintancos, and the desire to learn and share knowledge with others. Laura, selected in competition open to all sophomores at the school, attended a 4-day expense-paid Hugh OBrian Leadership Seminar on May 19-22, at the University of Char- leston in Charleston. The seminar brought together sophomores from 146 schools all over W. Vs. to discuss =America's Incentive System" with prominent leaders in business, gov- ernment, education, the professions and the volunteer sector. The format is one featuring brief introductory segments with an intensive ques- tion and answer session following each presentation. The selection process at Hinton High School was coordinated by Mrs. Crowder, the school's principal, and Mrs. Kirkham, the sophomore guid- ance counselor. The Women's Club and the Wednesday Club provided financial sponsorship for Laura's attendance at the Seminar as part of their drive to educate tomorrow's leaders today. Laura would like to express her nks totha WonnsCiab and the Wednesday Club for their support. She will be attending one of their meetings soon to share her experi- ences from the seminar. SENIOR NEWS ACTIVITIES AT THE H][NTON SENIOR CENTER Located on the corner of Second Ave. and Summers St. Partially funded by the W. Va. Commission on Aging Wed. June 8 Menu: Salisbury steak w/gravy, mashed potatoes, broccoli, sliced peaches, bread_. Activities: Sandstone Covered Dish Dinner. Thurs. June 9 Menu: Potato soup, turkey sand- wich, kale, sliced pineapple w/cot- tage cheese, crackers. Activities: Bingo after lunch. Sandstone shop- ping. Fri. June 10 Menu: Baked ham, sweet pota- toes, green beans, sliced peaches, biscuits. Activities: Gospel sing at 11:15 am. Pence Springs Square Dance. I Alderson Livestock Moll. June 18 Menu: Meatloafw/gravy, buttered rice, green beans, fruit cocktail, bis- cuits. Activities: Bible Study with Eddie Johnson at 11:00 am. Tues. June 14 Menu: Ham salad sandwich, tomato soup, baked potato, pear halves, bread. Activitiee: Bus Trip to Beckley. Market June 10- 1994 2:00 25 Head of Fall Calves FROM ONE FARM For more information call 645-4625 497-2421 Rose Bushes In Bud & Bloom REDUCED 1/3 WEBBS FLORIST & GREENHOUSES On the 4-lene CRAB ORCHARD, WV. PHONE: 255-7411 Fancy Plants Greenhouse End of Season Sale All Inventory 20 to 50 % off! Good selection of bedding plants, vegetables, baskets, and planters. While they last! Open 10 - 4 Tues. thru Sat. 2 miles east of Hinton on Rt. 3 466-4231 W. Va. Silver Haired Legislature Menu changes may occur due to the availability of foods or due to circumstances beyond our control. REUNION The 8th Annual Bhmsto Dam Builders ltmion will be held Sat., Oct. 15, 1994. This date oincid with the first weekend of Trmn Days in Hintcm. Please make your motel rwmrva- tiona early, if ueeary. Call 304- 466-1234 or write us at Bluestone Lake if you need a lodging list. Kevin Matthew Richmond Birth Announced Kevin Matthew Richmond, son of Kevin and Melisea Richmond was borned Apr. 20,1994 at 10:12 p.m. at Raleigh General Hospital. He weighed 7 lbs. 8.2 ozs. Paternal grandparents are Gary Richmond of Hinton and Libby Fox of New Rver Road: Maternal grand - pnt Ror ox of New River Road and Sandy Surber of Balti- more, Md. Maternal great-grandparents are Lola Ratliff of Madams Creek and the late Jack Ratliff. Maternal great- great-grandmother is Goldie Ben- nett of Madams Creek. Paternal great-grandparents are Ernest and Imogene Richmond of Hix and Eliza- beth Christine Smith of Alderson and the late Zelphia Williams. The W. Va. Silver Haired Legisla- tureis amodellegislature, composed of representatives 60 years of age or older, who are elected from through- out the state by their peers. Through this program, older adults learn about the legislature process and identify solutions to common prob- lems. All 134 seats in the Silver Haired Legislature will be elected this year. Persons are eligible to become can- didates for the Silver Haired Legis- lature if they are 60 years of age or older and are registered tovote in W. Vs. Candidates also must reside in the region from which they wish to run and may not be running for any elective office in the State. To become a candidate for the Silver Haired Legislature, a senior citizen must file a noninating peti- tion. Twentyfive (25) signatures from residents of the region age 60 years or older are required for a candidate to receive a nomination. If more nominating petitions are filed than the number of vacant seats, an elec- tion will be held to determine the winners. The deadline for the filing of nominating petitionsis Wed., June 15th. Petitions are available at the Hinton Senior Citizens Center as of Fri., June 3rd. The election will be held on Tues., June 28th. For further information on be- coming a candidate for the Silver Haired Legislature, contact Pat McDaniel at the Hinton Senior Citi- zens Center, 466-4019 or Ap- palachain Area Agency on Aging, 424-1147, or the W. Va. Commission on Aginig at 558-3317. .00INNOUNCING "BABE RUTH BABES ON STAGE" STYLE SHOW Sponsored By LEGGETT of Beckley Festuring the 1993 Babe Ruth Queen Shannon Payne 1994 Babe Ruth Queen Contestants, Usherettes and Flower Girls Thursday, June 9, 1994 at 7:00 p.m. Memorial Building, Hinton, WV Admission: Adults- $2.00 Students - $1.00 i NEIGHBORHOOD STATION e FAMILY RESTAURANT Phone 466-5698 Store: Mon.. Thurs. 6 - 9 or Hours: Frl. - Sat. 6:30.11 466-5697 Sunday 6:00.8:00 Breakfast- Lunch - Dinner 606 Stokes DrNo sA,0,,c, co,,o'.$3.99 COMING SOON W/Fries and Drink Choic# of: Steak Sub, Patty MeN and Battered Dipped Fish PIZZA SPECIAL "TASTE THE DIFFERENCE" Tw0 Medium Supreme Pizza $12.S9 Mocilum 1 Pizza $5.99 La Supmnm Rm SS.gS n.mlo Popporonn  S7.m Starting June 13 Mondays; "FAMILY DAY" DINE- IN ONLY Buy Any Medium or Large Pizza and Get Second For Only $2.00, and any Large for $3.00 Not Valid with other Speclala Dinner For Two $8.99 CHOICE: Country Fried Steak, Battered Dipped Fish, Spaghetti w/meatballs, Liver- n-onions. Kkls 12 years and under eat 1/2 price with adult meal. FREE DELIVERY Hlnton, W. VL NEW NEW Mini Pim (1 Topping $1.29 Supreme $2.59 .Add Salad .99 Charboiled Burgers Jr. Burger (kst-must-plckle) .7 Jr. cheese Burger .SN Quarter Poundw $1.79 w/let, tom, must, mayo, pkttle w/cheese $1.99 Double eheem burger $2.49 'iv/let, torn, pk:kle, mayo, must. .)  " M I _