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8 - Hinton News Tues. Aug. 14, 1990 LIGHT REUNION ANNUAL REUNION The Annual Light Family Reun- The Alumni of Greenbrier Mill-The descendents of Austin Bal- ionwillbeheldSun.Aug.19thatthetary School will have its annual lard Harvey and his wife Mary Ann 4-H Camp on the Greenbrier. reunion inLewisburg, W.Va., Oct.4- (Ellison) Harvey met for a family Bring your favorite special cov- 6. For details contact the G.M.S. reunion on Sat. June 16, at the ered dish or dessert. Come early as Alumni Association, P.O. Box 922, Summers County 4-H Camp. Per- you wish. Lunch will be served at Lewisburg, WV 24901. sons were in attendance fromeleven 1:00 P.M. The GMS Alumni Association states, namely: Tenn., Ky., Vs., continues its search for former stu? W.Va., Oh., Ind., Tx., Utah, Wash., CHURCH MEETING dents. Anyone knowing a formerPenn., and N. C. The Second Baptist Church willcadet is encouraged to contact the The activities of the day began hold a special church meeting Tues. Alumni Association in Lewisburg. about 10:00 A.M with registration evening at 6:30. and general socializing. Just prior to All members are urged to be pros- A.AA~P. MEETING lunch, a welcoming address was ent. The A.A~R.P. Summers County given by E. C. "Jack " Harvey of SINGING CONVENTION Chapter will meet on Aug. 16th in Hinton. Table grace was offered by Summers County Singing COn- the Community Room at 1:30 P.M. Orville Saunders. vention will be held at Chestnut We are looking for all members to After a bounteous lunch, master Grove Baptist Church at Hix, on be there. Friends and new members of ceremonies, E. C. "Jack" Harvey, Sun. Aug. 19th at 2:00 P.M. are always welcome. We are hoping called the group to order and gave Everyone is invited, to have a speaker at this meeting, recognition to various family mere- We are also hoping to have some bets. This was followed by a pro- FALL MEETING new members tojoin this year1990, gram on the family history by The Fall meeting of Women of the Refreshments will be served to each Douglas Wayne Harvey of Hinton. United Methodist churches of Le- one after the meeting. The oldest person in attendance wisburg District will be held Sept. President Mrs. Nell Miller was Alice Harvey Newsome (84) of 12. The meeting will be held at the Secterary Mrs. Nila Hicks Covington, Vs., and the youngest in First United Methodist Churcl~in attendance was Christopher Blake Hinton. LADY BOBCATS PRACTICE Hodges ( 3 weeks old) of Kingsport, Mrs. Gall Losch, District Presi. Basketball practice for all giris in Tenn. Henry Harvey and his daugh- the 7th, 8th and 9th grades that are ter, Marville Harvey Nickell, of dent, in announcing the meeting, interested in playing basketball at Chelan, WA. traveled the greatest reminds unit churhces that memo- rial service will be held for deceased Hinton Jr. High School will begin distance to attend. The person pres- members this past year. Also those Mon. Aug. 20. ent having the most living genera- attending are reminded to bring Girls in the 8th and 9th grades tions was Dolly Harvey Pack of items for the Beckley Child Care should report to the gym and be Rainelle with 5 generations. Maude Center. A list of needed items was rsadytobeginpracticeat 11:30 a.m., Harvey Gilbert, age 96, of Bluefield included in the July Newsletter. while girls in the 7th grade should was unable to attend, but was given report to the gym and be ready to recognitionasbeingtheoldestliving REVIVAL practice at 1:45 p.m. --Players decendentofherlategrandparents, A revival will be held Aug. 20th should have their completed physi- Mr. & Mrs. Austin Harvey. The late thru 25th at Bennett Memorial cal forms when they report to prac- HenryJ. B.HarveyofBluefield, Va. Chapel on Tug Creek Mt. 7:00 P.M. rice. had the most (78) offspringin atten- nightly with Roy. Earl Brewer Ifthere are any questions contact dance. speaker and homecoming following Coach Wayne Ryan at 466-0043. The next reunion is slated for the on Sunday the 26th beginning with SUPPORT GROUP third Sat. in June 1991 at the Sum- 11:00A.M. Serviceand picniclunch The blind and visually impaired mers County 4-H Camp. Glenna with service to follow thru out the mmpportgroup will meetAug.14 from Harvey Sounders and D. Wayne evening. 6 - 8 PM at the Beckley Center for Harvey will act as a planning corn- Roy. Ray Martin, Pastor. Independent Living, 329 Prince St. mittee. For more information contact The following is at least a partial WILLS REUNION Sharon Minor at 255-0122 or 1-800- list of those in attendance: TheAnnualWillsReunionwillbe 545-BCIL. Topic: Self confidence. John and Myrtle Harvey; Orville held on Sun. Sept. 2 at the home of and Glenna Saunders; Frank R. Letha andBill Wills ~Happy Valley DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP Honaker; Douglas Wayne Harvey; Nellie Harvey; Marie Buckland; Jack Farms" near Hinton, W.Va. The diabetes support group meet- and Agnes Harvey; Janet, Amanda, There will be special singers and ing will be Aug. 30 from 6-8 PM at all musicians are invited, the Beckley Center for Independent & Jason Richmond; Pauline Meador No alcohol allowed. I [ ! ! Living, 329 Prince St. Ball; Walda Harvey; Mary Sue All friends andfamilyareinvited. Dr. Tahir will speak on diabetes' Harvey; Tom, Mona, Shahs, & Brad Hutchison; Keith Thompson & wife; Please come ! ! ! ~plications. For more information contact WillieLesterallofHinton:Ronald& NOTICE Kritfm }daddy at 255-0122 or 1-800- VirginiaThompson, Sandyville, WV; Members of Silver Leaf Chapter545-BCIL. Alice Newsome, Alma Harford, No. 5, Order of the Eastern Star. Wynona Walthall Hawkins all of There will be a District School of CROOK REUNION Covington, Va.; Melanie Richards, Instruction on Sun. Aug. 26 at 2:00 Third Annual Crook Family Re- Ravenswood, WV; Bill & Alfreda P.M. at the Hinton Masonic Lodge. union will be held Labor Day Sept. 3 Perdue, Bland, Va.; Oris, Piney & A covered dish dinner will be held at Little Beaver State Park Pavil- Eddie Harvey, Indian Mills, WV; after the meeting. Mary Grace Blankenship, Prince-~ Please bring a covered dish and lion Daniels, W.Va. attend this important meeting.Picnic Mon. Sept. 3 at 11:00 am. ton, WV; Hubert & Martina Wil- Bring your family and goodies,liams, Louise Lilly, Green Harvey, Sommer Harvey, Anel Harvey Ben- ATTENTION 1981 H.H~. Swimming, FishingPaddleBoats, nett, SonjaAnderson, Bill Thompson GRADUATES Music and Dancing after lunch.& wife, all of Nimitz, WV; Richard Anyoneinterestedinhalpingwith Everyone Welcome! Williams, Wilmington, NC; Vernon For additional information call: the 10th Year Reunion meet at Riv. Mildred Crook (304) 252-4740. & Lottie Harvey, Brad & Kim Har- ertowne, Aug. 25th at 5:00 p.m. Please try to come! vey, Gallipolis, OH.; Minnie Harvey Perdue, Nancy Harvey Flowers, RAILROAD~M]~JNT Bluefield, WV; Dave, Sandra, BOARD SCHEDULE OF DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Roberta Mathias, Falls Church, VA.; SERVICE FOR CALENDAR TheSummersCountyDemocratic Chester L. Crawford, Mathias, WV; YEAR 1990 Executive Committee will meet Mr. & Mrs. F. Ken Harvey, Dallas, Hinton, WV (Wad.) TX.; Mr. & Mrs. C. I~ Harvey, King- Aug. 22; Sept. 5 & 19; Oct. 3 & 24; Thurs., Aug. 16, at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7&14, andDec. S&12. The meeting will be at the sports, TN.;Mae&EffordParris, N. Tazewell,VA.; Clifton & Carole Neal, A representative will be at the FJ~LR.S. Mental Health Center, and Summers County Memorial Build-the public is invited to attend. Neal,Richmnd'Bluefield,VA; vA;GertrudeDorothyHarveYHar- ingFirst&JamesStr~t(ba~ment) COUNTY COMMISSION man, Beck]ey, WV; Charlene, Mi- at 12:30 P.M. on the dates shown MEETING chasl & Joseph Walker, Park City, above. RegularmeeringoftheSummers Utah; Marville Nichell & Henry MEETING CHANGED County Commission will be held Fri . Harvey, Chelan, WA.; Tom TheweeklymeetingofTOPSheld Aug. 17th at 9:00 instead of Mon. Richardson, Bluefield, VA~; Paul, at Summers County Hospital hasAug. 20th. Sharon, & Lauren Freeman, Blountville, TN.; Arnold, Clifton & been changed from 11:30 a.m.Tues., BPW TO MEET Joan Smith ofAnnville, PA~; Allen, to 4:00 p,m. Tues. beginning Aug. The Business and Professional Eugenia& David Smith, Covington, 7th. For further information contact Women's Club will meet Aug. 23, at Vs.; Maxine Bledsoe, Poweli, TN.; 6:30 p.m. at Something SpecialArnold, Gertrude, David, & Dee Dee Brenda Hedge at Summers County Restaurant. All members are wel. Hospital, CardiopulmonaryDepart- come. ment. COUNCIL TO MEET The Consumer Advocacy and Advisory Council will meet Aug. 14 from 6 - 8 PM at the Beckley Center For Independent Living, 329 Prince Street. For more information contact Sharon Minor at 255-0122 or 1-800- 545-BCIL. MEADOW BRIDGE RT. 20 SOUTH 484-7878 Rated PG Rated PG- 13 $3.00 Per Person Show Starts at DuSk @@@ At GlenWood Park Retirement Village, we know how to care for people--we have been meeting needs since 1968. GlenWood Park's health care unit is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), and has been awarded the highest possible designa- tion (an EAGLE agency) by the United Methodist Association of Health and Welfare Ministries. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE $~AIJ~)pItO~WILLBERECEWEDBY Take notice that a 1970 JEEP Serial Number 1~= ~ WIIST vIaGIMIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANS- 870b-F1766024 which has been repos.mmd by reason AA 1 ~ATION, DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS AT ITS of default in tho terms of retention of title or lion OFFICBIN C~[tAt~LIP~ON,WE~rVIaGINIA,ROOM instrument, will be offeced for sale and sold at public For Smith Jenny Camvbell all of Coy. A.t4S, CAPITOL COMPLEX, BUILDING auction to the highest bidder as provided by law at ~ ' ~.. J ~ ~-- -- ~ .. , PIVE,UNTILIOA.M. t~OESDAY, AUGUST28,19~ 10:30AMonthe24thdeyofAugust,1990atthefollow- Ington, VA.; uonal(l ~ uoromy Am) SAID PRO]FO~kI~ WILL BE PUBLICLY ing premi~ec The First National Bank of llinton 321 B,~ant Princeton WV. Mr & Mrs o~mm AND aaAD IMIt~DIA~Y THEREAF. Temple St. Hinton, WV unless prior to tho mid sale, "# ~ '_ f __" . " ~ FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE FOL- the amount now due is paid to the undersigned, plus Audrey Harvey, Beth Whitacre, I~tOJ]~'~ONffrATgHIGHWAYS storage and keeping of mmo. LOWING : The undersigned reserves the right to bid in the 1 Roanoke, VA.; Shirley Minter & *STATS P~ L~4~12-S.~ SUMMERS auction, sndtopurchese. Dion, Vinton,VA.;EddieThompson, coum'YU:X~1'mH: rOaESTHmL WmLOW DatodthisthellthdayofAugust, 1990. WOOD+I ONWV 12 TYPEOPWORK: GUARDRAIL Rick D. Blovins Salem, VA.; Alton & Blanche Th- *STATE n~ZCT S~S0;-Z. SUMMERS ompson, Maxw~lton, WV; Ruth comery Warren, Prankford, WV; Lou Ella ~OCA~O~:ZZ~Mn~ZSOPPWZSTEMSTPK ACCESS ~D ON PF ~01 Lewis and children, Lewisburg, WV;~l~ o~ womc mzsuer (o.s) paoPO~AL$ WILL BE RECEIVED FROM PRE- Mr. & Mrs. Bob Smithson & Bradley quantum COm'~cTORs om.v. r~CH PRO- Cales, OakHiH, WV; Steve & Marl- pO~gL~BEA~COMPANIEDBYABIDBOND, lyn Carroll, Christa & Matt Powell, c~s~mrs cum~ oa cmrrwmD CHECK FoR ttoo.m oR et or ~xrrA~ Bm, WHICHEVER IS Peterstown, WV; Jeff Richardson, GREATER. TKE mGHT IS RESERVED TO RF.JECT Lindside, WV; Wills Dens Kellam, ~ZO~ALL~SOPOSALS *THIS IS A PROJECT ON WHICH ANY CON- Rainelle, WV; TRACTOR WITH A CATEGORY'W" PREQUALIFI- Cone~tion Manager HN Aug. 14, 21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF FILING OF ESTATE ACCOUNTS To tho Creditors and Beneficiarie~ of the within ~sod persons: I havo before me the estates of the following de- teased per~no and the accounts of the fiduciaries of their estates: Deoodent: Gary Gwinn, Pid uciary: C~yla Gwinn, Gen. DeL, Lorkbrldge, WV" Decedent: Bonnie Ferrall, Piduciory: Geraldine Brown, 406 N. Third St-, Glenn Bennett, Palrlea, WV; Dony C~nONR~aNG~VSZZLmraLZTOBm. Princeton, WV; Decedent: Norman Co]o, Sr., Fiduci- Pack, Rainelle, WV; John & Ruth ~ WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ary: Margaret Cole, Box 29, Pipestom, WV; Decedent: TaAN~PORTATION, DIVISIONOFHIGHWAYSRE- L.W,Hamm, Rduelary: Glende Holloms, 104 Temple Harvey, Virginia Beach, VA.; K~l]a SS~V~S~rmm~TTODErn~,DEL^YOEFoST-St-,WV;Decedent~RohertCarter,Rduciary:Kenneth PONE FROM ~ TO TIME THE DATE FoR FAneaid, 630 Greanbrier Dr., Hinton, WV; Decedent: Ann Kestermn, Jim, Karen, Brianna, n~CgnqNO AND PUBLICLY OPENING PROPOS- Jean Simms, Fiduciary: Terry Payrm, 409 Cedar Ave., all of Vienna, WV; Patricia Fields, s~s FOR ANY ~ DESIGNATED IN THIS Hinton, WV;Decedcmt: Wanda Taylor. Piduelary: Donna & Christopher HodgH, King- ALL BIDDERS HOLDING Wflma Wyp], 313 James St., Hinton, WV; Dered~at: V&LIDBIDDIN~PROtK)8.M~WILLBENOTIFIED Mikol Cooper, Fiduciary: Dorothy Simms, P. O, Box sport, TN.; Phyllis & Bob OPSUCHDEPERMENT, DELAY OR FoSTPONE- 391, Alderson, WV;Dote&mt:WetsieEllison, Fidud- ~NT AND THE DATE THAT PROPOSALS WILLary: Benny Paul Eniton, Rt. 87, Box 12, Nimita, WV. Horton,Morgantown, WV; Daymon, BE R~C~IVED AND PUBLICLY OPENED. Any person having, claim againot the estate of Pat&JeremiahSaunders, Vandalia, THE WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF any named deceam~l person are notified to exhibit OH.; Patrick & Patty Harvey, TS~SPOSATmN. DIWSION OF HmHWAYS 75dey~rn~tlatorthano~tober2~same~with]egal~yveri~edveu~hers~to~duiarywithin~99~ortosuper- ~BY NOTIFieS ALL BIDDERS THAT IT WILL visor within 120 days, at address below, not later then Newburgh, Indiana; David & Pat AFFIRMATIVELY INSURE THAT IN ANY CON- Derembex 5, 1990; otherwise any or all such claims Mowrey, Bluefield, VA.;Tom & Linda TRACT EN1Y.JU~D INTO PURSUANT TO THIS AD- VERTISMENT, MINORITY BUSINESS ENTER- may be excluded from all benefits of said ~tato. Harvey, Pence Springs, WV; Roy & Melva Walthall, Aldermm, WV; Mr. & Mrs. M.J. Harvey, Joseph & Ellen, Kingsport, TN.; Joseph & Blanche Harvey, Kingsport, TN; Sandra Thompson Woods, Burlington, ICY.; Mr. & Mrs. Philip Harvey & son, Jumping Branch, WV., and others who failed to register. Parade Winning Alderson Fourth of July Celebra- tion won Ist. place in the Antique. Received trophy and check for $25.00. Hinton Fireman Parade AUg. 9th won 2nd place in Rescue. Receive trophy and check for $50.00. Hinton Drawing at Hinton Fire House Aug. 9th. between Area Fire Depts. won check of $50.00 By Ray Gill Summers County Volunteer Fire Department and Rasque Squad, P.O. PRIss8 WILL BE AFFoRDED FULL OPPORTU- NITY TO SUBMIT BIDS IN RESPONSE TO THIS INVITATION AND WILL NOT BE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST ON THE GROUNDS OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX OR NATIONAL ORIGIN IN CON- SIDERATION FOR AN AWARD. WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANS~ Po~rATION DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS JA~ES J. HALEY BUSINESS MANAGER HN Aul. 14, 21 All beneficiarie~ of said estate may appear before fiduciary or ~upervi~mr by dates shown above to e~mm- ins claims and protect their interests. Given under my hand this 30th day of July, 1990. Ruth Noble Fiduciory Supervisor, County Clerk's Office tIN Aug. 7, 14 HINTON AMERICAN .LEGION POST For several years there has been no American Legion Post in Hinton. There is a need for strong veterans organizations to help retain the benefits for all veterans. The Post would be very beneficial to the com- munity through the many programs the American Legion supports. Any one interested in helping to reactivate the Cook Beasley Farr Post American Legion in Hinton call Charles Skidmore. Phone 466-5090. A meeting will be "set up soon for veterans interested. FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS Lowest prices & we deliver 645-1351 S. J. Neathawk Lumber, Inc. U.S.219 N. Lewisburg \ Joseph Michael Brown, son of Frances Brown and grandson of Reva Brown, of Hinton, cele- brated his 11 birthday July 29. He attends Hinton Area Elemen- tary and will be in the fifth gra de. He has one sister, Lisa, and played baseball for the Dairy Queen team. Replacement Windows I PIPESTEM DRIVE- IN RL 20 SPEEDWAYPh. 384-7382 FLEA MKT EVERY SUNDAY ADM. FRI. - SAT. $3.00 PERSON SUN. $5.00 CAR LOAD Aug. 17-18-19 Arachnophobia 2- 3 Bedroom APARTMENTS Rated PG-13 Ernest Goes To Jail Rated PG DEALER OF W. K GLASS John Houchins Contractors in SuMnem 32 Yum 4) At OlenWood Park, we know the people we care for--through our 22 years of service, we have earned a reputation for personal attention and hospitality. We are the only retirement village of our kind in West Virginia, offering independent retirement living in a peaceful, secluded setting. Stop by and you will see why our residents say "GlenWood Park is a great place to call home." 8 bedroom brick home on 3.32 acres level land with horse barn in rear, quality built, hand made oak cabinets, 3 baths, 3 heating systems, recently installed heat pump, oil furnace, fireplace with heatolators, anderson windows, central vacumn system, 35 year asphalt shingle roof, aluminum soflSt and facla, bricked pump house and workshop, paved asphalt driveway, immaculate home and grounds. Located 1 1/2 miles 8outh of Forest Hill on Rt. 12. Priced for quick sale by company. $89,900.00 CENTURY 21 CHINAULT REALTY Office (304) 753-4047 E. Floyd Mann, Office Manager Home (304) 753-9360 Melvin Chinault, Broker RETIREMENT.VILLAGE @ Route 1 * Box 464 Princeton, West Virginia 24740..9244 more information on Glen Wood Park, or a personal tour of our facilities, contact Debra Hendricks, Admissions Coordinator, at 304/425-8128. "I really enjoy the people and the warm Christian atmosphere here...GlenWood Park is a wonderful place." Mr. Everett Bailey Resident, GlenWood Park D :.:..... C~ melt Com orde S.D lana of c( i!quatand expl~ clos~ B, liam Conl i Hedl nam liev T] ! 1. _ i! ,. per v or ot 2. 3. one t twer 4. threi 5. ing } 6. area gla~ 7. 8. care; 9. 1( i cedu 1] care the ( } writ~ annc open dent gins Ont: t riu pro men1 educ upds Chal tors orien noon. Th consi: tiviti, fled k