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/" i e IN THE LIBRARY Aug. 14. Sarah Ruth Buck]and, 84, died Sat. Aug. I I, at 7:10 p.m.,in aFairlea family care center, following a long illness. Born Mar. 18, 1906, in Summers County, she was the daughter of the late Wood and Icie Edwards Hol- land. Mrs. Buck]and was a lifelong resident of Summers County, was a retired Summers County school teacher, was a member of the Re- tired Teachers Association and was a Primitive Baptist. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clair W. Buckland in 1961 and a brother, Paul Holland. Survivors include two sisters, Ruby Holland of Hinton and Hazel Wiseman of Hilldale; several nieces and nephews. Services will be Tues. at 11 a.m. at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Home Chapel in Hinton with the ElderWhitten Sparks and ElderF.R. Beaver officiating. Burial will be in the Restwood Memorial Garden at Hinton. The body was at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Scott Briers, Jackie Adkins, Billy Joe and Bee Edwards, Paul Holland, James Hol- land, and M.T. Montgomery. Honor- ary pallbearers will be J.Q. Richmond and J.R. Hall. LLIAM FINLEY CAMPBELL William Finley Campbell, 80, died of natural causes, Sat. Aug. 4, at his home. Born May 25, 1910, at Marie, he was the son of the late James Tho- mas and Lula Alice Shumate Campbell. Mr. Campbell was a lifelong resi- dent of Marie and was a farmer. Survivors include three sisters, Pearl Hanson of Charleston and Marie Jervts and Houiee Foster, both of Marie, and several nieces and nephews. The body was cremated. Memorial services were held Fri. Aug. 10 at 11 a.m. at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Home Chapel in Our summer reading program SECRETS OF THE DEEP ended Fifties Night officially with a party for all the participants at the Waterslide, Aug. 7th. 90 young readers were invited to slide, drink lemonade and eat A car show, Fabian, The Coast- in good harmonies, comedy, smiles, cookies, ers, andTheShirelles-whatanight! and rock and roll. Billy Richards, Winners in each category were! The State Fair of W.Va. will be Bobby Sheen, TonyRniz, andRandy Preschool/Kindergarten reminiscencing of yesteryears on Jones exploded into fame with their 1st place: Melinda Ronat - 541 Thurs. Aug. 16. first record, DOWN IN MEXICO 2nd place: Derick Berry - 209 Street rods and street machines in 1954. 3rd place: Kerrie Burley - 126 will tantalize crowds into the grand-The Shirelles can recreate the Caryne Johnson - 126 stand area as they line up on the harmony that made them famous. These youngsters who were read to rather than doing their own track after the harness races. StreetThis trip can thrill their audiences reading each won a book. rods, pre-1948 vehicles, and street with current pop, rousing gospel, lst/2nd grades machines, 1948 to present, are rhythm and blues, or country and 1st place: Leslie Woodrum - 129 modified automobiles waiting for western. The Shirelles created their 2nd place: Christopher Burley - 126 action. The show on Thurs. night sound in 1958 with the smash hit,"I 3rd place: Vickie Reed - 100 will consist of cars up to 1970. MET HIM ON A SUNDAY', and John Richmond - 100 After viewing the fascinating car continue with "WILL YOU STILL 3rd/4th grades show, grandstand ticket holders will LOVE ME TOMORROW "DEDI- 1st place: Ellen Scott - 400 beentertainedbyFabian,The Coast. CATED TOTHE ONE I LOVE', and 2nd place: Pamela Harmon - 217 ers, The Shirelles. Fabian, an over- "SOLDIER BOY. 3rd place: Jennifer Richmond - 75 night singing sensation, film star, The State Fair will host this spe. 5th/6th grades andtheproducer/performinghostof cial evening for grandstand ticket 1st place: Melissa Harvey - 144 his own concert series will captivateholders, Thurs. Aug. 16,'beginning 2nd place: Scot Ward - 63 Thurs. night's crowd with his at approximately 4:30 with the car 3rd place: Jennifer Bennett- 60 looks andoutstandingvoice. For the show and 8 p.m. with Fabian, The These young people received $10.00 for 1st place, $5.00 for 2nd past three years he has performed Coasters, and The Shirelles. For place, and $2.00 for 3rd place, wth Frankie Avalon, Bobby Rydell, further ticket information contact Altogether Vhese enthusiastic readers read 4,166 books and helped and Chubby Checker as"The Golden the State Fair ticket office at: (304) set an all time record for number of books checked out of the Library Boys and appeared on numerous 647-FAIR. If you are interested in in one month. ( Over 8,500 in July!) television specials., entering a street rod or street ma- Congratulations to each and everyone who participated! The Coasters come from the west chine in the show call: (304) 645- coastand deliver a performance rich 1090 for details. Servicemen In.The Set Two School Grandstand Tickets BOOSTERS News nton. Records In Track And MEET ATradition of People and Pride" Pvt. Christopher S. Mann has : KA N C. CHAPMAN Field awaits you at the 66th annual State Fair ofW Va Gates will on,m Fri Bobcat Booster met Mon. evening completedbasictrainingatFortDix., : Mrs. Kathleen Constance A' 'a, 0a m Amz''6th at City Side ack Park. NJ. i L y'OfrHi i% Philip Backus, a Jr. atMarshall , ! rd i :in q During the training, students Aug lb Richmond; University and a part of the Than- ....... _ received instruction-in drill and Xollowing a long il|m. dering Herd, has recently set two The Sa' . Aug./18, Willie Nelson I ngfl wor2 Party on ~ug: ~? a~ ceremonies, weapons, map reading, .....O:UU at; l;ne l~'oo'tlJ~tll"l,]eld, l~exl~ Born Mar. 17, 1908, in Buchan- school records in Track and Field, show is sold out according to Lynne tactics, military courtesy, military non County, Va., she was the daugh- for the 1990 season. He participates Smith, publicity director. Seating for ter of the late John and French inboththeindoorandoutdoorTrack the two Alabama shows set for Sat. Morgan Ageon. and Field events. Aug. II, is very limited and anyone Mrs. Chapman hadlivedtheearly In the 1990, Conference finals at interested in this show should pur- part of her life in Hinton, was a Boone, N.C. Phil set a new confer- chase their tickets soon. registered nurse and former era- ence record by throwing thejavelin, The grandstand entertainment ployesoftheoldHintonHospital. 203ft.4inches, In the same meet he line up features many other top She was preceded in death by her set a new school record with a long names in the music industry. In- husband, George W. Chapman in jump of 23 fL 3 1/2 in. c]uded are: Reba McEntire, Garth 1984. Phil began his competition in the Brooks, Wild Rose, The Charlie Survivors include a son, George sportoftrackandfieldasaboyscout DanielsBand, RandyTravis, Shelby Chapman of Richmond, and two in Princeton, W.Va. he continued to Lynne, Fabian, The Coasters, The sisters, Thelma Jennings of compete inschool sponsored mests Shirelles, Johnny Cash, George Kingsville, Fla., and Bennie Keith of in Winchester, Ky. and Elkins, W.V. Jones, Stevie B., and The Cover Girls. Covington, Va. In 1987 he set the State AAA Grandstand tickets may be re- Graveside services and burial was High School record in long jump. served by calling(304) 647-3247 and held Sat. Aug. 11 at 11 a.m. at the During his high school years at usingVISAorMastercard.Mailand Restwood Memorial Gardens at Elkins High, he participated in telephoneordersreceivedafterMon. HintonwiththeRev.BilILillyoffici- Junior Olympics AAV and TAC Aug. 4, will be held at the grand- ating. Meets, he received Medals in the standticketboothbehindthegrand- The body was at the Ronald events of Javelin, long jump, high stand. Available grandstand tickets Meadows Funeral Parlors in Hin- jump and triple jump. will be sold during the fair at the ton. He competed in National Compe- ticket booth. tition at St. Louis, Me., Lawrence, Forcompletefairinformationcall: Kansas and Syracuse N.Y. in each (304) 645-1090, or stop by the ad. case he was presented Medals by ministration office at the State Feb Olympic Champion, Jackie White. grounds in Fairlea. He is majoring in Criminal Jus- tice at Marshall University and has been named to the Deanslist the last AN OUNCE twoyears. IS WORTH A He is the son of Ben and Bernice PHYLLIS E. REDDEN Mrs. Phyllis Eileen Redden, 61, died Fri. Aug. i0, in a Bluefield hospital, following an apparent heart attack. Born Nov. 10, 1928, at Princeton, she was the daughter of Ruby Reed of Princeton and the late Harry Reed Sr. Mrs. Redden was a member of the James Chapel United Methodist Church at True. Other survivors include her hus- band, Eugene Redden; two sons, Buddy Redden of Fairbanks, Alaska and Stephen Redden of Louisville, Ky.; two daughters, Darla Weske of Oviedo, Fla. and Lois Kershaw of Columbus, Ohio; two brothers, H.B. Reed Jr. of Roanoke, Vs. and Kerry J. Reed of Columbus, Ohio; nine grandchildren, and one great-grand- child. Services were held Men. Aug. 13 at 11 a.m. at the Bailey Funeral Home in Princeton with the Revs. Mark Flynn and Carlton Wilson officiating. Burial followed in the Roselawn Memorial Gardens at Princeton. TOUR Kiss'Hot In The Shade Tour will be held Thurs. Nov. I at 7:30 PM at Coliseum, Charleston Civic Center. "Picket prices are $19.50 all seats reserved. Tickets are now on sale at Civic Center Box Office and all Ticket- master locations. For ticket purchase call Ticket- master: Charleston Area: 342-5757 or Toll free in WNa., Oh., and Ky.: 1- 800-877-1212. meeting will be Mon. Aug. 13th at 5:30 at City SideTrack Park. The Boosters are still selling ads for the Football Program and Booster Cards. Remember the first football game will be Aug. 24th against Oceana and this is the Hall of Fame Game. Game time is 7:30. Members in attendance were: Howard Cashwell, C.W. Rodes, Eddie Cobb, Henry Noel, and Wal ter "Stoney" Loomis. ANTIQUES SHOW AND SALE Friends of Sunrise present 5th Annual Antiques Show & Sale. 55 dealers. Sept. 8-9 at the Charleston Civic Cen r. Sat. 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sun. Noon to 5:00 p.m. $3.50 Admission and children under 12 free. Lowry Backus of Elkins, and the grandson of Gertrude Backus of Elkins and the late Romeo Backus. Also maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lowry of Buck Rt., Hinton. Participates in Training Mrs. Carolyn Jones, instructor of business education at the Summers County Career Center, participated recently in a training institute for state microcomputer lab coordina- tors. The training was held at the Ben Franklin Career Center in Dunbar and was conducted by Mrs. Brenda Williams, Coordinator of Computer Education. Participants were trained in pro- cedures of telecommunications and local area networking, in setting up and loading a Corvus System, and in Disk Operating System commands. The institute was attended by computer lab coordinators from throughout the state. ATTENTION ALL BLINDED VETERANS Now forming W.Va. Regional Blinded Veterans Organization. Service connected or non service connected. Please contact Orville Bragg, Route 1, BOx 10-A, Hinton or 304- 466-4802. I OF PREVENTION POUND OF CURE This is an old proverb with much truth when it comes to your health. Maintaining good health Is the best prevention of disease. One of the best ways to maintain good health is to have regular health checkups with your physician. For your benefit, Summers County Hospital Lab is again offer- ing the Multi-test Blood Screen. 7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Cholesterol & Glucose $ 5.00 Cholesterol &HDL $ 5.00 30- Test Profile $18.00 Complete Blood Count: Minerals: White Blood Count Calcium Red Blood Count Phosphorus Hemoglobin Iron Hematocdt Check for Gout: Red Blood Indicle= Uric Acid (MCH, MCH & MCHC) Kidney Disease: Platelets Blood Urea Nitrogen Cherdddel_Upid Screen: (BUN) Cholesterol Creatlnlne Triglycerides Liver and Heart Disease: Diabetss: To(el proleln Glucose Albumin Ekmtrolytse: To(as Blllrubln Sodium Alkaline Phosphatase Potassium Crletlnlne Kinase (CK) Chlodde ~ tactic Oehydroglnale (LD) Carbon Dioxide SGOT, SGPT & GGIP Your Lab results may be picked up at the Lab on the following day or they can be mailed to you. We will also send e copy to y~r family physician ff you wish. If you have any queetlonl, please contact Neeta Logan, Laboratory Technical Director. 466.1000, extention 152 IIIII I IIIII II I justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. Mann is the son of Dallas E. and Linda J. Mann of Rural Route 1, Hinton, W.Va. He is a 1988 graduate of Hinton High School. 1990 Hinton News - 3 Search Continues For 1991 Miss West Virginia USA Applications are now being ac- cepted from all over the Mountain State for the annual MISS WEST VIRGINIA USA PAGEANT to be staged this year for the fourth time in Huntington, W.Va., in the Main Ballroom of the Radisson Hotel on Nov. 9, 10, and 11. That is correct, the 1991 Pageant is an official Miss USA- Miss Universe Contest. *Miss USA is part of the family of Miss Universe, Inc. a subsidiary of the Paramount Communications, Inc. There is "NO PERFORMING TALENT requirement, all judging is on the basis of poise, personality and beauty of face and figure. En- trants who qualify must be at least 18 years of age and under 27 years of age by Feb. 1, 1991, never married, and at least a six months resident of W.Va., thus college dorm students are eligible. If you're interested in competing for this prestigious title, write to: MISS WEST VIRGINIA USA PAGEANT, c/l TRI-STATE HEADQUARTERS - DEPT. N 347 LOCUST AVE., WASHINGTON, PA. 15301-3399 by Aug. 25, 1990. Letters must include a recent snap- shot, a brief biography, address and phone number. Pursuant to the rights granted by Miss Universe, Inc., the girl chosen as Miss W.Va. USA will receive a 14- day expense paid trip to the site of the Miss USA Pageant nationally televised on CBS-TV in Feb. of 1991, competing for over $200,000.00 in cash and prizes. The new state win- ner will receive over $2,000.00 in cash among her many prizes and awards. APPLICATION DEADLINE IS AUG. 25. MISS WEST VIRGINIA USA PAGEANT, c/o TRI.STATE HEAD- QUARTERS - DEPT. N 347 LO- CUST AVE., WASHINGTON, PA. 15301 - 3399 PHONE: 412/225-5343 ( Mon. - Fri., 9AM-5PM0. "A CARVERN PRODUCTION". RIVERBOAT MAN Riverboat Man presented by Lakevie w Theatre will be held Thurs. Aug. 23 and Fri. Aug. 24th at 8 PM at the Little Theatre. Ticket Prices are: $1{~ Ad~Fcs, $5 Children 1.2 years ar d:.tmder All seats reserved. Tickets available at the Char- leston Civic Center Box Office or charge tickets by phone by calling 345-SHOW. Area Students On Dean's List At Indiana University Dean's List students must earn at least a 3.5 grade-point average from a possible 4.0 in a minimum of 12 hours of course work. Local students named were: Eliza-! beth Ann Moore, Hinton, W.Va. or. William H. Perrine st 217 4th. Ave., Hi,m, W.Va. Licensed Hearing Aid Center Bluestone Satellite Systems We sell the Bestf Pipestem, W.V. dO General Instrument Drake Unlden and Sales & Service Descramblers Benny Wills 466-5409 | ON THE HINTON BY-PASS HOME OF THOSE DELICIOUS HOT DOGS offer larQ an(] and desserts are NEW HOURS a full breakfast menu. 6 made fresh daily. OPEN DALLY am to 10:30 pm Below 6:00 to 11:30 am Phone 466-1700 Bluestone Dam