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i "% Obituaries JUNE SHIREY CONNOR Mrs. Verna June Shirey Conner, 78, of 150 Autumn Lane (Wildwood House), Beckley, died Fri. July 3, 1992, in a Beckley hospital, follow- ing a short illness. Born Jan. 10,1914, at Hinton, she was the daughter of the late Hubert Lake and Rosa Bostic Shirey. Mrs. Connor spent her childhood in Hinton, was a lifelong resident of Summers and Raleigh counties, was a member of the Central Baptist Church of Hinton, attended the Wildwood Chapel and was very ac- tive in church activities throughout her life. She was a homemaker and also a member of the Navy Mothers Club and the VISTA Program. She was preceded in death by two sons, Ronald Patrick and Thomas Connor, and she was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Survivors include three daugh- ters, Anita Dew of Beckley, Mrs. Paul (Cecilia J. ) Lyons ofNe w Castle, Del., and Sharon Connor of Al- buquerque, N.M.; two sons, Michael Connor of Richmond, Va., and Ralph Conner of Manassas, Va.; 16 grand- chidlren; and 21 great-grandchil- dren. Services were held at 3 p.m. Mon. July 6 at the Melton's Mortuary, Beckley, with the Rev. Howard Miller officiating. Burial followed in the Greenbrier Burial Park, Hinton. Family members and friends served as pallbearers. Melton's Mortuary, Beckley, was in charge of the arrangements. AUBREY L. FARLEY Aubrey L. Farley, 72, of Crewe, Vs., died Wed. July 1, 1992. He is survived by a son, Karl Henderson; three grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Ernest (Juanita) Parry of Belle, W.Va. and Mrs. Dewey (Ruby) Lester of Jumping Branch, WV. Graveside rites were held at the Crewe Cemetery. BERNICE D. GRIMMETT Mrs. Bernice D. Grimmett, 81, died Tues. June 30,1992, in a Fairlea hospital, following a long illness. Born June 27, 19.11, at Indian Mills, she was the daughter of the late C. Dempeey and Leesie Lowery Dillon. Mrs. Grimmetwas a homemaker, was a charter member and member of the Union Memorial Baptist Church and was a former church clerk. She was a former co-owner and operator with her husband of Grim- mett Auto Parts, Western Auto and Grimmett Chevrolet Inc. Mrs. Grimmett was a graduate of Charleston School of Commerce and was a former medical secretary for Pinecrest Sanitarium, Beckley. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Carlisle and Marcus D. Dillon; and two sisters, Louise D. Hambrick and Betty D. Carneal. Survivors include her husband, O. B. Grimmett; a daughter, Mrs. James F. (Betty) Hinkle of Union; two grandchildren; mad four great- grandchildren. Services were held at 2 p.m. Thurs. July 2 at the Union Memorial Bap- tist Church with the Revs. Jack Stafford, Leroy Crane and Ron Miller officiating. Burial followed in the Green Hill Cemetery, Union. The body was at the Broyles- McGuire Funeral Home and one hour prior to the cervices at the church. Arrangements by Broyles- McGuire Funeral Home, Union. MRS. ARIAS G. RICHARDS Mrs. Arlis G. Richards, 83, of South Charleston, died June 28, 1992, at Meadowbrook Acres Nurs- ing Center after a long illness. She was a member of First Pres- byterian Church, South Charleston. She was a charter member of Mon- trose Garden Club. She was a 61- year resident of South Charleston and a native of Summers County. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Betty R. Bott of South Charleston, Mrs. Donna R. Hayes of Charleston; sis- ters, Gussie Meador and Jessie Neely, both ofHinton,Audie Meador of Norfolk, Vs.; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Services were hel d at 11 a.m. We d. July 2 at Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar, with Dr. Dorsey D. Ellis officiating. Burial followed in the Cunningham" Memorial Park, St. Albane. DORIS EL ROBINSON Doris H. Robinson, 68, of 217 West Broadway St., Athens, died Tues. June 30,1992, in a Princeton hospi- tal. Born Mar. 25, 1924, at Curtin, she was a daughter of the late Joe Dorr and Viola Brown Hanna. Mrs. Robinson was a graduate of Webster Springs High School and was a member of the Concord United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald H. Robinson, a brother, Dale Hanna and a sister, Mary Johnson. Survivors include two daughters, Johanna =Josie" McInturffofAthens and Susanna Robinson of Hinton; a sister, Rose Musser of Dunbar, and four grandchildren. Services were held at 11 a.m. Thurs. July 2 at the Burns-Wornal Chapel of the Memorial Funeral Directory on the Athens Rd., Prince- ton with the Rev. Brent Sturm offici- ating. Graveside services were held at 3 p.m. at the High Lawn Memo- rial Park, Oak Hill. Donations of sympathy may be made to the Ronald McDonald House of Southwest Virginia, 2224 South Jefferson St., Roanoke, Vs. 24014. Arrangements by Memorial Fu- neral Directory, Athens Rd., Prince- ton. Kiwanis Learns to ' REACHH By It. Peterson At their last June meeting, the Kiwanis Club of Hinton welcomed Peggy Rosei as guest speaker. She told about a project called eaching Everyone to Assist in Creating Healthier Homes" or simply, REACHH. In Summers County, REACHH works from an office in Loaves and Fishes. They still need donations of office furniture and bookcases, but they've already helped 26 families in the local area, and are ready to help more. The idea is to help families learn to work together to solve problems, and specifically to prevent violence among family members. This is a problem in families at all social lev- els, and a primary concern of Kiwa- nis as part of their emphasis on helping children. REACHH members welcome the chance to talk to children or adults, alone or in groups, about problems in the family or on dates. If preven- tion fails, REACHH can help women or men who are being abused by providing a Safe temporary place to live, and assistance in getting social or legal services. REACHH is com- pletely confidential, and workers can be contacted at 466-4659, day or mght. Who's Who- (Again) For the second year in a row, a young man attending Hinton High School has been awarded %Vho's Who Among American High School Stu- dents." Lawrence (Larry) Carter, of 214 3rd. Ave. in Hinton, was notified on June 25th. of the award. According to Mr. Paul Krouse, Publisher of Who's Who only 1/2 of I per cent of students win the award for 2 year's straight. Larry was given a"Mutiple Year Award" for Outstanding Achievement completing his Junior year of High School, 1992. He will be eligible to apply for a $1,000. schol- arship in Dec. of this year to the College of his choice. Some of Larry's achievements this year include 3rd year Letter- man Award for Football-(Offensive Tackle/Nose Guard) and 2nd year Letterman for Track-(Shot-put/dis- cus). Larry was commended in his notification for his consistently ex- ceptional record in Academics and Best Wishes were extended for his continued success in the future. Larry resides with his mother, Mary Skidmore, his brother Corey and sister Star. He also has a sister, Sarina Skidmore of Bellepoint. Larry's grandparents are: Mr. and Mrs. Vern Skidmore, and Mrs. June Galloway, all from Hinton, WV. Larry wishes to extend gratitude to all of his coaches at Hinton High School and toall of his favorite teach- ers throughout the years who have inspired him to become a recognized student. (Special thanks goes out to Mrs. Madeline Payne, Hinton Area School, for being his first inspiration by always telling Larry, she knew he could do it.) Wedding Announced Ms. NancyMoten and Mr. Robie Kast were united in marriage on June 14th. The double ring cere- mony was held at 3 P.M. at the home of the bride, and performed by the Rev. Bobby Ratliff, brother of the bride. Mrs. Susan Coins, daughter of the bride served as Matron of Honor. Mr. Eddy Moten, son of the bride served as best man. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lin Coins where refreshments were served to many friends and relatives. Ele mentary Future Proble m Solving Team Left to right: Jodl Meadows, Sharon Green, and Elise Keaton. Elise was State Elementary Scenario winners. Jr. High Runners-Up At State Future Problem Solving Competition Pictured left to right: Josh Mann, Lewis Wheeler, Brya n Rra gg, and Melimm Harvey. Hinton Junior High students Bryan Bragg, Melissa Haryey, Josh Mann, and Lewis Wheeler came home from Summersville Apr. 11th., with large trophies and the satisfac- tion of placing second in a field of eight teams from Morgantown, Summersville, and Charleston. Asked to find solutions to a broad problem concerning land use, the NOTICE young problem-solvers worked to- gether for 2 hours to brainstorm solutions, identify underlying prob- lems and at last focus on one best solution. Elsie Keaton received first place award in scenario writing in the junior division. Her scenario was read aloud before all present at the competition. Coaches for Future Problem Solv- ing are Barbara Parmer and Wayne Conner. WESLEY FOUNDATION AT WVU A Reunion of Persons related to Wesley Foundation at WVU in the 1950's is planned for Fri. July 31 through Sun. Aug. 2nd. at Wesley UMC, High and Willey Streets in Morgantown. Please contact Barbara Worting Warsinsky at 292-1216 or 296-3887 after 8:00 p.m. or write her at 548 Madison Ave., Morgantown, WV 26505. Weight Loss Surprises ResearcJ 00ers WASHINGTON -- A Nutrition organization was hopeful that a nu- tritionally complete "hi-tech" food tablet would help erase world hunger problems, until a study revealed that one of the ingredients could cause significant weight loss. Although other studies and scien- tist may not agree, researchers in Europe found that the ingredient, a natural plant colloid, actually caused people to lose weight, even though specifically instructed not to alter normal eating patterns, according to one study published in the presti- gious BIqtish .lm,al of Nuttqtion. Researchers in an earlier study had speculated that the weight loss was due to a decrease m the intestinal absorption of calories. While the project of National Di- etary Research, aptly named Food Source One, would not be used to succesfully fulfill its original goal, the formula which has since been improved with other natural colloids has been a windfall for some over- weight people. A Metairie, Louisi- ana nurse lost 71 pounds. She stated "I never had to sacrifice the foods I dearly crave!" "Food Source One is very easy and anyone could do it." says a Niagara Falls, New York, woman who lost 26 pounds and 15 inches. "The results are great." she added. Food Source One tablets are pan of National Dietary Research's com- prehensive plan to bring a rapid end to obesity in this country. A variety of nutritionally sound diet plans, spe- cially prepared by NDR, accompany each bottle and provide a natural, drug free alternanve for confronting the problem of obesity. OIQO2 Ctmiclv,n Inlerltieal AVAILABLE AT: BIG 4 DRUG STORE Cor. 3rd Ave. & Temple St. 466-2323 O Tues. July 7. 1992 Hinton News - 3 i ...... i!iiiiii'ili!ii!iF" .... !00iiiiiii00i!iii!00llii00:..00 i  i:   ! i i : :/: i i :, i i!!'::ij! ": ii !iii:: ! :: ::ilii iii iil i :: :i:?:!:!:!'.i:i':.'::i:i:::i:::i:i:i:i',::.::!i?:,:. :.:>.'; .. Elementary "Super Team" Pictured left to right: Kenny Howell, Sharon Green, Brian Jones, Jodi Meadows, and Elise Keaton. WV Challenge Summers Elementary Team # 1 in RESA Level Competition The team of Hinton Area Elemen- tary students Sharon Green, Elise Keaton, and Jodi Meadows, Jump- ing Branch student Brian Jones, and Pipestem student Kenny Howell HEAD S TARI00. A Child Development Program ***ATTENTION PARENTS*** SUBJECT: HEAD START RE- CRUITMENT WHEN: Now until Aug. 10, 1992 WHERE: Applications available recently won top honors as the "Super Team" at the RESA I Challenge Games bowl, held Mar. 30 and 31 at the Concord College. Because of high overall score, placing 5th among over 200 students, Elise Keaton represented RESA I in the State Challenge Games Apr. 26- 28. Elise also had the honor of hav- ing her scenario place first in the junior division. It was read aloud before all present. In the senior high competition at the Summers County Board of Jason Gill placed Ist, Joey Hartwell, Education, 116 Main St., Hinton, W.Va. 25951 (304) 466-6005 (HEAD START OFFICE) WHO: Children who are income eligible and that are ages 3 to 5. WHY: To gi yen children from low- income homes assurance and the self-confidence that they may lack before they begin school. Research shows that it is possible to strengthen the ability of a disadvantaged child to cope with school and the child's total environment, thus helping thousands of children look forward to a brighter future !!! PLEASE SIGN YOUR CHILD UP NOWAY! Onions frozen can be chopped without tears. 5th, and Kelly Turner 6th in the overall competition and attended the state meet. At the junior high level, Jenny Woodrum placed 10th overall and attended the state meet. The coaches were Barbara Parmer and Wayne Conner. State competi- tion results were: Joey Hartwell - third in World Card. Jason Gill - first in propaganda, seventh in over- all tournament play. Both young men are 11th graders at Hinton High School. Fox Photographics  WEDDING SCHOOL IIlJLB: &tRIAL & lll00lp co..E.C,.L I[//\\; ,.o,oo.,,., 217 R BALL6NGEE ST. H1NTON Winners of thousands of dollars in unclaimed prizes! You may be holding prisoner an unclaimed winning ticket in the West Virginia Lottery's POWERBALL game! If you knowthe whereabouts of one of these many unclaimed prizes, please call: *I-800-WVA-4WIN to check your numbers. *I-800-WVA-CASH to arrange for pickup of cash prizes. 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