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/ FRIDAY NIGH PRIME RIB ONLY 00;9.95 HINTON 9 & 10 YEAR OLD TEAM HAS SUCCESSFUL TOURNAMENT Pictured front row: L-R Jarrod Ballard, Joey successful tournament with 6 wins and 0 losses. Bowles, T. J. Johnson, Jessie Miller, Derrick Cole, They won the area tournament ly defeating Union BrandonSpangler, JimmyBallengee.2nd.row:L- and Princeton twice. They advanced to the dis- R Jeffrey Persinger, Craig Cantrell, Craig Bowl- trier final and won the Championship Sat. night ing, Matthew Durnan, D.F. Mock, Seottie Fox, July 4th. In the district they defeated Big Coal Patrick Hunt. Coaches- Kit Durnan and Norman River and Shady Spring twice. Farley. Hinton 9 & 10 yr. old team had a very 10th at the Little League Ballpark in Bellepoint. The first game of the District IV, Area II tournament will be at 6 p.m., with Union and Pin- nacle. Hinton will take on Princeton at 8p.m. in the nightcap. The week long double elimina- tion tournament will also feature Peterstown and all games will be played at the Hinton field. The fotrteen boys that make-up this year's all-star team are from the Hinton Little League program. They are coached by Fred Mock and Kit Durnan. Mechanics is lhe par- adise of mathematical sci- ence, because there we come to the fruit of math- ematics. --da Vinci HINTON LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL Hinton All-star teams will be in competition this week. The Little League Softball team will begin play Mon. July 6th. in Lewisburg at 8 p.m. against Beckley East. These young ladies are 11 and 12 years old and the fourteen players are from • he four teams 'ratike'Yth Hinton Little Le0gue Softball. They are coached by Peggy Elkins and David Eskridge. The Senior League Softball All- Stars begin their play Tues. July 7th. at Ronceverte at 6 p.m. against Beckley West. This team is made up of 13, 14 and 15 year olds and the fourteen players are from the two Senior League teams. The coaches are Mike Keaton and Jerry Cook. The Little League All-Star Base- ball team will be in action Fri., July In Memory of Jack Ratliff On His Birthday July 10th. Your memory to us is a keepsake With which we will never part. Though God has you in His keeping We have you in our Hearts. Wife- Lola Children - Patty, Sandy, Jackie, Susie, & Vickie Sister- Liz Grandchildren [ICARD OF THANKSll The family of Clyde M. Richmond would like to express their sincere gratitude for your prayers, calls, food, visits and many other acts of kindness shown to our family during the death of our loved one. A special thanks to Medic-Alert, Ronald Meadows Funeral Home, and Pastor J. D. Fox. Your kindness will always be remembered by the family. God bless each of you. Cody Reunion You are invited to attend the ***Cody Reunion ***f The day will begin on Sat. July llth. at 9:30 am and continue until Sun. morning at 8:30 am. at the Summers County 4-H Camp Sum- mers County, WV. Anyone who wishes to spend the night, may pay $5.00 for a bed. (You must bring your own pillow and lin- ens, etc.). If you plan to stay the night Sign in with Betty Jones and pay the fee on arrival. Motor Homes, tent, etc. may stay overnight, also. There i's Parking Space for them. No charge for motor homes or tents. Should you need to use showers? The fee is $1.00 pay this to Betty Jones on arrival. Please bring a covered dish, soda pop, and dessert, etc. We plan to have a hot dog and marshmallow roast late in the eve- ning. So, we all need to bring some items for the hot dog roast (Weiners, cole slaw, buns, chili, onions, ketcup, mustard, and marshmallows, etc.) Events will be posted at reunion. We plan to have games for everyone. Swimming will be $1.00 per per- son. Each person must sign in and sign for their children. No excep- tions. Sign in upon arrival. We plan to have a Fishing Tour- nament. Each person who enters pays a Fee of $5.00. To go into the treasure r and prizes of money will be given for 1st place (Largest fish) 2nd place(2ndlargest fish) 3rd place (3rd largest fish). Horseshoe Tournament also, $5.00 each person choose partner pay fee to Betty Jones. Also prize of money, for the winners 1st, 2nd, 3rd place. Prizes will be determined by the number ofpersons entering Fishing Tournament and Horseshoe Tour- nament. We need volunteers PLEASE to help organize activities for the young children. (Jump Rope, Ball Throw, Sack race), etc. Please bring old photographs, pictures and items of interest to the reunion. Videos will be shown of past reunions. Bring cassettes types of your favorite singers, Radio cas- sette (Jam Boxes). Heavens Harmony Singers will be singing on Sat. (They sang for us last year). Do you play a musical instrument if so BRING THEM. WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR YOU !!! WE WILL HAVE A SING ALONG LATE SAT. NIGHT. We need prizes for'the grab bags. Crafts and door prizes etc. Tell all of your family members about the reunion. If you have any questions please contact Betty Cody Jones at 1-304- 574-3531 or write to her at P. O. Box 66, Fayetteville, WV 25840. NOTICE The Veterans Affairs Officer will notbe in Hinton during the month of July. He will be back for his Itinerant the second Wed. in Aug. 7, 1992 Hinton News - 5 SENIOR NEWS ACTIVITIES AT THE HINTON SENIOR CENTER Located on the corner of Second Ave. and Summers St. Partially funded by the W.Va. Commission on Aging Girl Scout Contemporary Issues - Pre- venting Child Abuse Pictured: (Seated) Savannah Helms, Annie Stacklin, Lorren Meador, Dora Dunn, Leanna Buckland, Crystal Treadway, Me- Hnda Ronat. (Kneeling) Corie Blevins, Andrea Adkins, Pam Reed, Mollie Mock, Lindsay Durnan, Caryne Johnson, Lauren Osborne, and Stacie Burns. (Missing from photo) Shelly Cales. On May 2, two area Brownie Troops, of Hinton Area and Belle- point Elementary Schools attended a program at the Memorial Baptist Church in Beckley, WV entitled "Staying Safe." Brownies (ages 6-9) rotated to different stations where theylearned about their feelings, :,aking deci- sions, general safety, types of child abuse, the role of a Child Protective Service worker, and types of shel- ters. Each troop starred in a Kid- point Video, that identified and de- tailed each girl's height, personal information, and unique manner- isms. This event was sponsored by the Raleigh County Child Abuse and Neglect Team in an effort to educate others about child abuse. Wed. July 8 Menu: Meatloaf/gravy, broccoli, applesauce, biscuits." Activities: Thurs. July 9 Menu: Mixed beans, onions, spin- ach, sliced peaches, cornbread. Ac- tivities: Bingo for prizes after lunch. Legal Aid Attorney. Fri. July 10 Menu: Ovenfried chicken, but- tered potatoes, mashed potatoes, ice cream, bread. Activities: Gospel sing at 11:15am. Bus trip - Pence Springs to Hinton. Monthly birthday party for seniors observing birthdays in July. Mort. July 13 Menu: White beans/Ham bits, tomatoes, sliced peaches, cornbread. Activities: Bible study with Eddie Johnson at 11:15am. Bus trip - • Mercer Mall. Tues. July 14 Menu: Hamburger, lettuce, to- mato, onion, cauliflower/cheese sauce, apple cobbler. Activities: Blood pressure clinic at Sandstone Senior Center - 10am-lpm. Menu changes may occur due to the unavailability of foods or due to circumstances beyond our control. 'Round Hinton By" Shirley Garten Happy birthday to Brenda Eliza- beth Kessler on July 7. She lives at Lowell. July 20 is the first anniversary for Brenda and Mark Kessler. July 10 is the birthday of Ann Slatton of Forest Hill. Her friends and family wished her a happy bi rth- day. Anyone with anything to an- nounce, call 466-5787 before 8:00 P.M. W. Va. Heritage Quilt Search Held TheW. Va. Herite Quilt Search The Jumping tlranch/Nimitz for Summers County was at the Extension Homemakers sponsored Hint°nMem°rialBuilding'Sat'June the event with local volunteers: 13th. Virginia Vaughn, Lou Pack, Wilma H,:: ....... :' /t .... ! : ::!:! !:i:+ : :" FortytwoquiltsweremadeinWV Meadows, Vera Ellison, Audrea ili!i::!::::: : ::::i!!ii: :: i:i:tR prior to 1940 were photographed, Adkins, Pauline Harvey, Barbara !ii :i :iiiii i: i:: i!i ::: i 1 their characteristics registered, and Keller, Betty Lane, Kilren McBride, ii information gathered about the Margaret Woodward, Thelma Gar- iii maker and owner of each quilt, ten, :. iii : :: iiiiii!ii : The goals of the search is: Erma Meadows, Mary Neely, 1. To tell the story of West Virginia Wilcox, Virginia Rippetoe, Caleb'Edward Beecher Virginia's pre-1940 quilts in a book. Garnet Cooper, NinaJean Honaker, Thompson The publication will relate the sto- VidaYoung, JudyPeterson,Ramona ries behind selected quilts and give McMillian, Peggy Harrah, and Mary Birth informatior about the maker, hen Nell Godbey of Beckley was co-ordi- available, nator for the event assisted by Mar- Announced 2. To make the information col- garet Meador, Susan Gianato Mer- lected on these quilts available to cer County Extension Agent, Mary future generationsofWestVirgini- Lou Schmidt, Fayette/Nicholas Edward and Beth (Williams) ans'Presentplanscallf°rst°ringall County Extension Agent, Monroe Thompson are proud to announce datain the Archives at the Cultural County Extension Agent, Fawn the birth oftheir son, Caleb Edward Center inCharleston. Valentine, Sara Sutyha, Marge Beecher. 3. To display approximately 30 Epperly, Katie Wiley and Alfred Caleb was born on June 18th. at quilts at the Cultural Center after Forbes. 7:47 pro, at the Princeton Commu- nity Hospital, weighing 5 Ibs. 11 1/2 the book is published. Water Festival and measuring 19 3/4inches. OPEN Notice Maternal grandparents are Susie Williams and Benny Williams. Great INVITATION The Water Festival is drawing grandparentsareCharlesandBetty closer for us. It is important that we Barker and Billo and Nita Williams. The family of Juanita Austin meet regularly and all committees Paternal grandparents are Eu- (Lilly) Basham extends an open keep the board members well in, gene and Judy Thompson. Great- invitation to the many neighbors, formedofwhatistakingplaceinand grandparents are Stanfred and friends, family, former co-workers with affairs concerning their activ- Christine Thompson and the late and students to come join them in ity. Chairman do not realize some Frank and Sally Thompson. the celebration of her 80th birthday, times how important it is to come to CCC REUNION A reception will be held on Sun., the meetings. We want to make sure The Annual CCC Reunion Chap- July 12th., at the Jumping Branch/ all goes well for all chairman, ter#1 will be held Sat. Aug. 15th this Nimitz Senior Center located at Thisyearsofarisrunningsmooth. year at Camp Woodbine, Richwood, Jumping Branch, from the hours of Looks like we are in for a great time W.V. In case ofrain it will be switched 2 - 4 p.m. Refreshments will be this year. to Richwood High School. served. Our meetings are every Mon. at All CCC Alumni, Family and Come join us in this special day of 6:00 P.M. in the Visitors Center. Friends and All Forest Service Per- love, memories and goodwill. Keep up the good work chairman, sonnel are invited, please bring cov- God Bless You all for your efforts, ered dish. 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