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g-ttmton News Tues. June 9, 1981 Summers County Comments Thought For Today - When Adam sinned in the Garden of Eden, he died spiritually, for " by one m ah sin enteredinto the world, and death by sin and so death passed upon all men" Romans 5:12. But God, in mer- cy and great love, made a way for spiritual life to be restor- ed to those who accept his Son as Savior, thereby receiving a new nature- "His Nature and Life". "And so it la written, The first man Adam was made a living soul; the last Adam was made a quickening spirit. And as we have born the in. age of the earthy, we shall also bear the image of the heav- enly". I Corinthians 15: 45, 49. Thousands of Christians live and die without experiencing the victory that is possible through Christ. Family Picnic At Jumping Branch The family of the late Claude Trivett held a picnic on their old home place Memorial Day. Those who came to the family gathering were : Mrs. Claud ( Sue) Trivett of Beckiey; Mr. and Mrs.Leroy Trivett and ch- ildren Earl and Lue Parker of Jumping Branch; Carol Smith and Melissa of Willow wood Rd.; Jimmy and Carol Trivett and Shelley of Springsfield, Va.; Mark and Judy Trivett and son of Pulaski, Va.; Mr.and Mrs. Robert Smith and family of Pipestem; Joe and Ruby Parker and children of Beck. Icy; Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Tri- vett of Manassas, Va.; Billy Joe Trivett and two sons of Talcott; Ray and Nora Keaton and three sons of Lerona; and David and Ralph Arnold of Talcott. The Trivett's are planning a picn!c at the same place the 4th of July and relatives and fr- iends are invited to come and enjoy the day. Away Because of Sister's Illness Nancy Buckiand of Summers Street has returned home. She has been away for the past several weeks because of her sister's illness, Lola Mc Car- nick of Elton, Maryland. Mrs McCormick underwent surgery but has been released from the hospital and is making a sat- isfactory recovery. C.B.'ers Meet The regular monthly meeting of area citizen band operators was held Thursday evening May 28th at a local rest. aurant. Papa. Fox, won the prize for bringing the most C.B'ers with him. Green Hornet was awarded a "very useful" prize for buzzing in at the right time. An auction was held and proceeds from that will he spent to help with the picnic. The picnic will be June 13th at Bss Lake Park. Meeting time starts at 1:00 P.M. All C.B'ers and their families are welcome and are to bring a covered dish. The next C.B'ers meeting will he June 25th at 7:00 p.m. at a local restaurant. Attend Wood Chopping Festival Neighbors at Hilldale who recently attended a Wood Ch- opping Festival at Webster Sp- rings, W. Va. reverted that the festival was a merry making celebration filled with entert- ainment and plenty of good food. Those who attended from Hilldale were : Mr. and Mrs M.B. Wills and son Mark, Jr., Jeff and Barbara Garten, and Mrs. Cary Keatley and two daughters. Vacationing at Talcott Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bennett of Webster Springs are vacation- ing in their camp at Talcott and in the home of Mrs. Bennett's sister and brother- in - law, who are Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Wills of Hilldale. Martha Chapel Youth G,;oup Go On Outing birth of a baby boy born" -May 14, 1981 at the Prmceton Co- mmunity Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds and 9; ounces and was named Joseph Aaron. The Nichols have two older sons Leonard Ray age 8 and Oliver age 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nichols of Pipastem and Mrs. Grace Cr- ews of Lerona. Bad Luck Bill Rake of Zion Mt. who is now a patient in the Denmar Nursing Home was recently rushed to the Clifton Forge Hospital in an ambulance. Mr. Rake's daughter Mrs. Goldie Wiseman reported that some where during the emergency rush her father's leg was brok- en. Mr. Rake lost one of his legs in an accident several years ago. . Home For Mother's Funeral Mildred Byrns from Califor- nia and Virginia Childes from Bowling Green, Ky. recently visited in the home of their sister, Mrs Goldie Wiseman of Zion Mt. The sisters traveled to West Virginia to attend their mother's funeral, the late Edna By Noralee McBride recently visited his grandma- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Surber, ther, Mrs. Beulah Wyant of Sr. and George are visiting Southside, Hinton and parents Captain and Mrs. Surber Jr. at Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Sprouse of Charleston, S.C. Talcott. Recovering From Eye Surgery Mrs. Jewel Wood visited her doctor Tuesday, May 26, 1981 and was informed that she is making a satisfactory recovery from eye surgery. Mrs. Wood underwent surgery May 12th for removal of a cataract from her eye. The surgery was per- formed at the Old Hospital in Beckley. Rodney McBride 6 year old Rodney McBride returned from Charlottesville late Thursday May 28lb. His tests were good but Rodney became so depressed after un- dergoing all the painful test, his doctor delayed his chemother- aphy until next week. Rodney's doctor also indicated that he may take Rodney off treat- ments this fall. "Thank you Heavenly Father for answering prayers." Sam Gill of Tug Creek Mt is a patient in the Summers Co- unty Hospital and is in room 270. Mr. Sam Gill's wife, Minnie Gill was dismissed from the Summers County Hospital Monday May 25th. Estel Gill will be going to the Princeton Community Hospital this week to have the cast changed on his leg. Mr. Gill accidently broke his leg in January. Mr. Gill's wife ()dessa will also be going to the hos- pital for lests. Paul Ward of Tug Creek ME. remains a patient in the Sum- mers County ilospital, lie is in room 269 and his cnndition is unchanged. Glennis Jeffries of Hilldale came home with a good rewl Friday after undergoing test at Simmons a hospital in Roanoke, Virg- inia. Mr. Jeffries recently un- derwent surgery for the rem- oval of a cancer and says he feels fine except for a strained back from gardening Mr. Jeffries's wife Margaret is feeling much better and has the cast off of her arm. Mrs. Jeffries fell the last of January and broke her arm. And once again the Jeffries would like to thank the Christian people who interceeded for them in pray- er. IiospitM Notes Levi McBride of True is a patient in Ihe Summers ('ounly th)spital in room 343. .lee Wills is recovering Item surgery performed in the App- alachian ttospilal m Beckley Mr. Wills is expected I, rem- ain in the hospilal for the nexl several days: Joe is a br,lher of Lacy Wills of i'ipeslem and "Fed Wills of Madams (;reek. Earnesl IAIly of Pipestem who has been a patient in the Sunllnei-s Counly Ih)spilal for lhc pasl two v,'eeks was dis- missed and came home Ihis past Saturday. Rev. Dwight Harris rem- ains a patient in the Prince- ton Community Hospital. Ills condition is reported stable and will be dismissed as soon as his family can find weigh equ- ipment for his hospital bed as Rev Harris will have to remain in traction for some time. Rodney McBride's appoint- gent at Charlottesville has been changed to May 27th: since Rodney came down with a virus and has been on anti- blot ics I Peony Plants Bleeding Hearts Reduced V2 WEBBS FLORIST AND GREENHOUSES CRAB ORCHARD, W. VA. PHONE 253 - 8305 Rake, the wife of the late Mr. Bill Rake who is now a patient in the Denmar Nurslng home. Sight Restored At 84 Fred Williams of Beech Run celebrated his 84th birthday Sunday, June 7, 1981. He has many wonderful gifts to app- reciate. Besides a long life, he has a dependable housekeeper who takes care of him as if he was her own father. ( Cathy Cox). Mr. Williams under- went surgery for the removal of a cataract on one eye this past October. He underwent surgery May 6, 1981 for the removal of a cataract on his other eye. Both operations were successful. Spending Week With Father Theresa Whittle of Shady Springs is spending this week with her father who is Mr. Frank R. Whittle of Southside, Hinton. Nolo Whitlock Will Celebrate Birthday Nola Whitlock r f Southside Hinton will celebrate her birth- day June 26, 1981. Nola is married to Stanley Whitlock and they are the parents of three children who are Lloyd Whitlock of Hinton, Watha Lee Whitiock of California and Nor- ma Gennings of Soottsdale Ar- izona. The Whitlock's have eight grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Former Elk Knob Man Dead 59 year old Porter Hoses of Christiansburg, Virginia died March 25, 1981. He is survi- ved by his wife Flossie Hosea and one daughter and seven sons, 23 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Mr. Hnsoa was the son of the late Dudley and Hannah ( Meadows) Hoses. The late Porter Hoses was born at Elk Knob March 11, 1922 where he resided until he was in his late 20's. He had resided at Christiansburg for the past several years. One of hischildhood friends was rec- ently notified of his death ( Ethel Wheeler of Elk Knob). Funeral services wet'e held in a funeral home in Christians- burg, Virginia with the Rev. Naff officiating. His burial was in the Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens in Christiansburg. Many thanks to my friends who have been sending and calling ;n news to the Summers Couniv Comments. No. to call is 466-1516 Summers County out of county and out of state address to mail news is: Nor- alee McBride, True, West Vir- ginia 25988. Cucumber Plckles From lrshley Davis's Kitchen Soak small pickling size cuc- umbers over night in cold wat- Rev. Rick Bean pastor at er. Drain and pack in jars. Put Martha Chapel on Madams a slice of onion and a piece'of Creek sponsored an outing for horseradish on top and then fill the Martha Chapel Youth Jar with the following solution. Group. The outing included a To one quart of vinegar add 3 skating party in Hlnton. After cups of sugar, / cup of salt. the party the youth were tr- Bring to boil and pour over coted to a pizza supper. All the youth enjoy.ed the outing.. Memorial Day Guest Mr. and Mrs. George Will- iams of Htlldale had as their gusts on Memorial Day their children and izrandchildren: Mr.and Mrs. Keith Roach, Susan and Christina of Hunt- ington, W. Vs.; Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Coad from Lennon, Mich .; Sp- 5 and Mrs. Daniel R. Crawford and Melissa Jean and Daniel of Columbia, S.C.; ,Sp- 5 DanieJ Crawfordis stationed at Fort Jackson. Birth Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nichols of Pipestem are announcing the cucumbers. Seal then process in hot water bath for 5 minu- tes. "Recent Guest in Charles Wyant's Home Relatives recently visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wyant of Powley's Creek were : Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wyant of Gathersburg, Maryland, Howard Wyant of Rt. 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