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8- re=on Nm d=, Yubecca Bragg Joins Community Bulletin Board FOREST HILL SCHOOL REUNION The Forest Hill School Reunion will be held June llth. at Camp Summers (4-H Camp). All former students, staff and friends of the school are invited to attend and see your Classmates. Lunch will be available for male. The high school closed in 1967. Registration will begin around 10:00 A.M. Come by anytime during the day. GRAHAM HOUSE SOCIETY The Graham House Preservation Society at Lowell, will hold its Regu- lar Monthly Meeting on Thurs. eve- ning, June 9th. at 7 P.M. All mem- bers are urged to attend. SQUARE DANCE There will be a square dance at the Pence Springs Senior Center on Fri., June 10th., beginning at 7:00 PM. Live music and refreshments. Admission price is $2.00. Everyone is welcome. NEW RIVER GORGE National Park Service activities at New River Gorge National River for the coming week include: Wed., June 8, 9:00 to 10:00 p.m. National Park Service at Pipestem State Park's Amphitheater. "Folk- ways of the Appalachians" Experi- ence some of the traditional heritage of the New River area. For more information call New River Gorge National River's Grandview Visitor Center at 763- 3715 or Hinton Visitor Center at 466-0417. GARDEN CLUB The Bluestone Lake Garden Club will hold brunch at The Upper Crust Thurs. June 9th. at 10 AM. Installation of officers will follow meal. DEGREE OF HONOR The Degree of Honor will meet at Rivertown June 9th. at 1:30 for their regular meeting. All members please attend and bring items for the box. SPECIAL OLYMPIC BENEFIT DRIVE Special Olympic benefit drive featuring "Code Blue" Rockin Blues Band will be at Pipestem Stats Park Outdoor Amphitheater on Fri., June 10th. from 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Admiion: $3.00 for ages 13 and older. $1.50 for ages 6-12. Children under 6 free. SANDKNOB SCHOOL REACHH Staff REUNION The 5th. Annual Sandknob School Reunion will be held Sat. June. 11, at the Sandknob Methodist Church. All former students, teachers, resi- dents and friends are invited to at- tend. Bring a picnic lunch, lawn chair and enjoy the day. BLUEGRASS REVIVAL A Bluegrass revival will be held at Pipestem State Park Outdoor Amphitheater on Sat. June 11th. from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Admission: $4.00 for ages 13 and older. $2.00 for ages 6-12. Children under 6 free. SPRING RALLY The Pipeetem Ruritan Commu- nity Center will be the sight of the Lower WV District Ruritan Spring Rally. The date of the rally is June 18th., beginning at 4:00 PM. The Lower WV District consists of 44 ruritan clubs from Webster County to Mercer County. The Ruritan National President, Dick Schmidt, who is from Lewis- burg, will be the spedal guest. There will also be music provided by three groups of singers. All ruri- tan members are invited to attend, bring a guest, and bring a covered dish for the meal. ATTENTION  OF 1984 If you haven't responded to at- tend our I0 year reunion, it isn't too late. Send your info and check in as soon as possible. Even if you don't plan to attend, send your info in anyway so it can be included in our book. We still do not have addresses on following classmates: Norma Cox, Howard Cales, Joe Michael Bennett, Michael Keaton, and TeresaYancey. Anyone having these addresses or has any questions about reunion, please call Lee Ann WykJe at 466- 5401. RAILROAD REUNION/LUNCH Active and retired Railroad employee's (and spouse) Reunion/ Lunch will be held Sat., June 11, 1994 at 10:00 a.m., in the new shel- ter above the swimming pool at Bluestone State Park. Lunch at $8.50 per person will be at 12:00 Noon. Guests of employees are welcome. Many addresses are unknown. If you have not received an invitation, please reserve by June 6th. Make check to: R. L. McDowell, 190 Carl Jones Drive, Beckley, WV 25801. Yubecca Brg The REACHH staffis pleased to announce that YuboccaBraggis now working with them as a volunteer for her co-op placement. Yubeccais a 1993 graduate of Hinton High school and is presently studying at Antioch College, in Yellow Springs, Oh. Antiochis a small liberal artb college that focuses on "whole person" edu- cation. Through alternating study- ing and working, Antioch students are given the opportunity to apply what they have learned in the class- room to the world of work and to apply what they learn in the work force to the classroom. This is Yubecca's first of two con- secutive co-ops in the Hinton area, she has been with REACHH since the end of Mar. and will continue to work with them full time until the end of May at which time she will begin her second co-op. However, because YubeecaisaBonner Scholar she will continue to work with REACHH part time throughout the second half of her time in the area. For her second co-op she plans to work for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Bluestone Dam. When asked why she chose to work with REACHH she commented, "Because I believe in what REACHH tries to do - assist in creating health- ier homes. Although I plan to major in Environmental Science, I have always been committed to service work. I feel that my generation needs to make a stand and help bring about the changes that are necessary in order for society, as a whole, to move towards a more peaceful, healthy, and inhabitable world. Many people believe that my generation or C, en- eration X  as we are being called, are so much a part of the MTV culture" that we do not care about the grow- ing number of problems that society has create. But I and many other members of this unnamed genera- tion do care and are trying desper- ately to help in any way we can. I came back to Hinton for my first two co-ops because this is my home and if I can make a difference, in any way, this is where I want to try to help." Servicemen In The News Marine Pvt. Christopher J. Wheeler, son of Billy E. and Melva J. Wheeler of Forest Hill, recently completed recruit training. During the training cycle at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C., recruits are taught the basics of battlefield survival, intro- duced to typical military daily rou- tine, and personal and professional standards. All recruits participate in an ac- tive physical conditioning program and gain proficiency in a variety of military skills including first aid, rifle marksmanship and close-order drill. Teamwork and self-discipline are emphasized throughout the cycle. Although the Marine Corps is scaling back, its investment in high- quality recruits continues. The Marine Corps has more than 38,000 job openings this year. He is a 1993 graduate of Hinton High School. SUPER SAVINGS SELECTED Discounts good on selected items, priced as marked while supplies last! i I I I I i i i Clearance Department located only at the Rite Aid Pharmacy Country Roads Plaza WV Rt. 107, Hinton i ii Bluestone Lake Garden Club Meets The Bluestone Lake Oian Club met Men., May 9, at the home of Mrs. Alvin W'flley. The hss were Miss Anna Laura Waid, Mrs. Russell Miller, Mrs. R. J. Emrich and Mrs. C.C. Corker. The President, Mrs. Alvin Willey welcomed a new member Mrs. George Stone into the club and rou- tine bmfinees was transacted. Cor- respondence read regarding a Dis- trict Worlmhop being held Sat., May 14th. at Lewishurg United Method- ist Church. All members are invited. The Downtown flower boxes are to be planted Fri. 13, at 10:00 AM., members are asked to help. A reminder that club dues are to be paid in June. The nominating conmittee pre- ssnted a slate of officers for the club year 1994 - 95 as follows: President, Mrs. Clifford Meadows; Vice Presi- dent, Mrs. R. J. Emrich; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Charles Sydnor; Assistant Secretary, Mrs. W. H. Redmond; Treasurer, Mrs. Donald Corda; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Clyde Hensley. The slate of officers was accepted as presented, and will be installed at the June meeting to be held at Amy Mann's. A party plate was served to the following members: Mrs. L. J. Burton, Mrs. Donald Corda, Mrs. R. J. Emrich, Mrs. Clyde Hensley, Mrs. B. H. Lester, Mrs. Clifford Mead- ows, Mrs. CharleeSydner,Mrs.Alvin Wi]ley, Mrs. C. G. Ellison, Mrs. C. C. Corker, and Mrs. George Stone. FAMILY ON A family reunion will be hold at Leona Boone's farm and the late (Buster Boone) at Judeon all day June 11th. All family, relatives please bring a bast or covered dish. Friends at Tempa Church also invited. FOREST HILL SCHOOl REUNION "- The 7th. Forest Hill School Reun- ion will be leld at the Summers County 4-H Cam p on Sat. June 11th. Ct open at 9:00 AM. Food will be available from 12:00 Noon to 1:30 PM (sold by 4-H Camp personnel). During the reunion the postmas- ter at Forest Hill, Ruth Ann Wil- liams, will have open, Reunion Sta- tion. The temporary station wll of- fer a special cancellation to com- memorate this event. Anyone who has attended Forest Hill School is welcome to the reun- ion. There will be a group picture taken and made available for those who want to purchase one. Come out and enjoy the reunion. SUNDAY PICNIC ON THE GREENBRIER Sunday Picnic on the Greenbrier will be held Sun. June 12 from 1 PM til 3 PM at the Parmer's home Green- brier River Cliffs (Talcott). Tickets are $6.00 and are avail- able at the Library. Proceeds: for the benefit of the Summers County Public Library. Geraniums Petunias Salvia Marigolds Impatiens REDUCED 1/3 WEBBS FLORIST & GREENHOUSES On the 4-lane CRAB ORCHARD, WV. PHONE: 255-7411 Buse,00ss BY (X)NTRACT ADVERTISING, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 1994 IIIII Rio Grande II The splendor and excitement of Mexico areyours when you dine at Rio Grande II, located in Beckley at 4006 Robert C. Byrd Drive, phone 252-7488. Their food boasts an authenticity rarely equaled in other Mexican restaurants. The house specialties include tacos, enchiladas, burritos, tamales, chimichangas and much, much more. They have captured the.true tangy flavor of Mexico by using the exact spices and ingredients to prepare them. Contrary to the belief that Mexican food is very hot, they serve all their dishes with the hot sauce and green peppers on the side, so you can enjoy it the way you want. Their cocktail lounge offers a variety of cocktails including their fantastic Margaritas, considered the best in town. Through the efforts of the management to serve only true Mexican dishes with the real flavor of the country as well as an interesting South of the Border decor, this restaurant has become a very popular restaurant. Join the list of satisfied patrons who make Rio Grande If their favorite place to dine.Their fine service, excellent food and warm atmosphere have earned for them a reputation second to none. The friendly people here will always make you feel welcome whether you stop by for just a snack or a complete meal. Means Lumber Company Over 45 Years In The Lumber Business Whether you are a professional builder or a do-it-yourself homeoWner, you re sure to find the full range of materials for your building or remodeling job when you stop in at Means Lumber Company, located m Beckle at 214 Sisson Street, and in Oak Hill at 1437 East Main Street, phone 469-2971. This established company carries everything in the lumber and building materials line. They feature many different grades of lumber, pressure-treated lumber, softwoods and hardwoods,plywood, mouldings, and custom millwork. They can also supply you with doors, windows, electrical and plumbing supplies, hardware, tools, and much more. They may well be considered your complete, one-stop building center. Take your blueprints orproposed building plans to Means Lumber Company and let the trained personnel here advise you on the best and most statable materials available. They are sure to have the materials exactly suited to your needs, and are more than glad to give personal attention to your pet project. Don't run all over town looking for supplies when you can stop by at Means Lumber Company and find everything you need for your building project under one roof. You will be pleased with their high quality materials and friendly, professional assistance. Stop by soon! Cattlemen's Steak House When the people of this area sit back and relax in comfortable, friendly surroundings to enjoy a mouthwatering, taste-tempting steak dinner, they are most probably sitting in the pleasant surroundings of Cattlemen s Steak House, located in Beckiey at 1320 Eisenhower Drive, phone 252-7"/00. Dining at Cattlemen's Steak House affords one of the most pleasant retreats from a hectic day s schedule. Their uncompromising standards and traditional methods of preparing everything from scratch have earned them a fine, long-standing reputation for excellence. Their kitchen uses only the finest and freshest ingredients available to serve consistently excellent food day after day. Thick, juicy steaks are the house specialty, and each delicious steak is cut and cooked to your order and becomes a truly enjoyable experience. Their complete menu offers something for every one. They invite you to enjoy their luncheon specials from 11: DO a.m to 4: DO p.m. As well as weekly buffet specials, on Friday you can enjoy their seafood buffet, Saturday prime ribbuffet and Sunday grand buffet. This is a restaurant serving very special people--people who enjoy a friendly atmosphere, superior service and delectable food. Come in soon and discover for yourself the delights Cattlemen s Steak House has to offer. If you want good food, good drink and a good time, this is the place to be. Harold E MD, Inc. Harvey, Allergy & Internal Medicine Specialist One of the most respected and essential medical specialties practiced today is internal medicine. An internist specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases ofe_ internal organs and systems. As an internal medicine and allergy specialist, Dr. Harold E. Harvey If s office is located in Beckley at 214 Professional Park, phone 252-5343. Dr. Harvey is fully trained in internal medicine and all aspects of allergy related disorders, and keeps up with current medical research and breakthroughs in the areas of diagnosis and treatment. Skilled in diagnosing internal and allergy related disorders, the doctor has extensive knowledge of the proper function of the body's organs and systems as well as a thorough comprehension of the symptoms of diseases and injuries. Using this knowledge together with test results, he is able to determine the nature of the problem. If the treatment required for a cure or to relieve symptoms is nonsurgical, the doctor will prescribe appropriate medication, therapeutic treatments, diet and a,fivity programs. When necessary, he will refer a patient to a surgeon or to another specialist. The patient s well-being is always his primary concern. As professionals, Dr. Harold E. Harvey If and his staff provide expert medical and personal care to each of their patients. South Fayette Gun & Pawn For over a year, South Fayette Gun & Pawn has reliably served Beckley and the surrounding areas with small loans and quality merchandise. Family owned and operated, and located in Becldey at 445 South Fayette Street (in the High Tech Electronics Building), phone 255-7057, they are known to many of their customers as a ewelry store, an electronics store, a firearms dealer, a finance company and a music store, to name just a Iew. South Fayette Gun & Pawn is one of the 7,000 pawnshops across the country whose traditions go all the way back to antiquity. Christopher Columbus was an early recipient of a pawnshop loan--the Queen of Spain is said to have pawned her jewels to finance his expedition. South Fayette Gun &Pawn can be depended on for small loans to help ease today s economic burdens. When most people first visit this shop, they expect to see the stereotypically grim pawnshop. You should see their eyes light up when they step into a clean, bnght, family-owned business with cases of fine quality merchandise. In their large jewelry selection, you II find diamond and other precious stone rings, gold earrings, hracelets, necklaces and watches, silver ana much more. Sporting goods, firearms, tools, musmal instruments and electronics are other specialties here. . .. _ Remember, when you need a quick loan or a bargain on fine jewelry or other quality pro(mcts, utn [,'ayette Gun & Pawn is the best place to shop. I i i !i