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opening. The 7th. & 8th. grade football t.eum wi]l play Tues. night at 7:30 )r at home against Talcott. HINTON WINS GOLF MATCH l]inton edged Liberty in a dual golf meet Thurs. by a 344-348 score at Beaver Creek Country Club. Billy Redes was medalist with a round of 79 while J.W. Ward had an 85, Mark Fleshman 89 and Jamie Clark 91. HINTON LADY BOBCATS The Lady Bobcats will start their season Wed. nigh t at Meadow Bridge. 8 - Hinton News Tues. Sept. 8, 1992 r'l/l=l l! R erie ct I on s" of .i ililii::ii! i ' . .... .,; il = --" iii!iii!!:!!iii !i Area Snorts Ii ltl_V bin t00olns iiiiiiii;i iiiii!iJiil000000i0000 HINTON JR. HIGH The ladies first home game will be on a one-yard run. , , FOOTBALL Sept. 15 against Greenbrier West. Defensively Matt Redes led the ]'hedr.HighteamwillplayThurs. Rates as one of the top teams in wayfor the Catswith 12tackle sand t Meadow Bridge for their season southernW.Va, theLadyCatsshould a mmme recovery, ttoDer weeK, be a very exciting basketball team to Bobby Graham and Chad Meador watch. HINTON BOBCATS The Bobcats lost their second game of the year by a score of 14-12 to Independence. The Cats have lost both games by a total of 3 points. Hinton could easily be 2-0 instead of 0-2 for the year. Jemar (Bubba) Ford led the Bobcats again this week by rushing for 81 yards and scoring a touchdown of 13 yards. Bubba car- red the ball fifteen times during the game and made several tackles. Mike Harshaw scored the other touch down What Is There For each had nine tackles. Hinton will play Pocahontas Co., Fri. night at home. Game time is 7:30 pm. Please come out and support the Bobcats. CLASSIC BASKETBALL COACHES CLINIC Bridgeport High School will be the site of The Classic Basketball Coaches Clinic Sept. 25 and 26. Featured clinicians will be Pete Gillen, Xavier; Don Meyer, David Lipscomb; Sonny Smith, Virginia Commonwealth; Linda Bennett, University of Charleston; Joe "The Legend" Retton, Emeritus, Fairmon t State; and Steve Dodd, Alderson- Broaddus College. Washington Square Restaurant, Community Spirit tI "00es The R, n of Pictured is Mike Ward, Timmy Spangler, David Cole, and Lee Bennett finally reach the peak of the Pipestem Elemen. tary School roof. Photo by Richard Peterson. By Richard Peterson Last year, when Pipestem Ele- mentary School was threatened with closing, one reason given was a need to repair the roof. Bt this summer the local community saved the.School Board that money, several thousands dollars worth. If you drive by the school today, you'll see kids playing on a safe, grass playground around a use of a dump truck, some reefers offered to supervise, and about twenty more folks volunteered to go up on the roof. It wasn't just parents, either. There were several who had just heard from friends about the school and thought it was important. Families worked out a schedule to provide a steady supply of cold Clarksburg, will sponsor a media schoolhouse with a right, attractive dnnks, sandwiches, and snacks to Kids To Do? reception from 4 until 5 p.m. on Sept. newroof, the workers aloft, and folks who 25th. A parent made the promise at a didn't like ladders helped pick up By Richard Peterson Last May we ran a story about nine people from Summers County who went to a Leadership Develop- ment Conference at Berea College. They've adopted the name "Inter- Community Communications Proj- ect, ICCP for short. Since then. they've been looking tbr something to do as a group, to help the commu- nity. They started by talking to people they knew in all areas of the county, from Bellepoint to Avis, Sandstone to Pipestem, and Talcott toJumpingBranch.Theyasked what people liked best about their com- munity, and what they saw as the biggest problem. Two problems men tioned over an d over were lack of good jobs, and lack of things for young people to do. Groups like the Chamber of Com- merce and Partners for IS'ogress are already looking at economics, so the Jennifer Sears 1991 Recipient Of Dickie Noel Scholarship Jennifer Sears, daughter of Gary and Murlene Seam of tlinton, WV was the 1991 recipient of the Dickie Noel Scholarship. The scholarship was established in Sept. 1988 in memory of Richard Dickie  Noel,, ibrmer Hinton High School student and athlete. The award to honor and encour- age a Hinton High School Senior athlete is based on that student's outstanding moral character, aca- demic achievement, motivation and positive attitude. Jennifer was active in high school as a member of the National Honor iety, Junior Classical League, Tri- Ill-Y, Track 'ream, school newspa- per and yearbook edition, Adopt-A- IIighway and WV State Water Fes- tival Recording Secretary. She graduated 2nd in her class of 1991 at HInton High School. Jennifer is beginning her second year at Hofstra University in IIampstead, NY where she is major- ing in broadcasting. The Dickie Noel Memorial Schol- arshi p is based on donations made to the memorial fund. The 1991 award of $750 ($375. per semester) was made from that non-profit scholar- ship fund. SELLING TAPES The Convention and Visitor Bu- reau, 206 Temple St., is selling AREA CODE 304 tapes as fundraisers to benefit Railroad Days. For details call Sharon Hannah at 466-5420. RegistrationforTheClinicwillbe School Board meeting last spring, the old shingles and nails from the ICCP decided to look at youth activi- ties. They're asking for your ideas, both of things that are already here, and for things that should be started. Some money is available to match local funds if the community wants to start something new. A public meeting is set tbr Men. evening, the 28th day of Sept. It will be upstairs in the (newly air condi- tioned) Visitor Center at 7:00 PM. The ICCP says they expect to have people from various existing activi- ties there, and want to get your ideas for new or expanded things. In the meantime, if you have a suggestion, please leave a message tbr the ICCP at the Visitor Center, 466-5420. from 4 until 6 p.m. on Fri., Sept. 25 and will resume at 8 a.m. on Sat., Sept. 26th. The Clinic is open to all men and women college, high school, junior high and volunteer coaches. The Clinic fee is $35. Door prizes and give-aways will be available. National and local exhibitors will be set up to show you the current trends in sports and sports' accesso- ries. This is a great opportunity to gain some new insight or regain some tried and true principles. To make reservations or for more information, call Walt Ayers, Hoops, Inc., (304) 457-1936. Then parents, teachers, and chil- dren raised money from donations, donut sales and a cakewalk to buy the shingles. A neighbor donated ground and take them to thedump. A couple of workers appeared to be about six years old. There was some- thing for everyone to do. I I I "lllllll I Purolator Purolator PROTECT YOUR EXPENSIVE IISlrMENT. BUY A BRAND NAME RLTER 37 8tuff 49 67 Work went on for several weeks as weather and manpower permit- ted. Bit by bit the old shingles were stripped, old wood replaced where needed, flashing tightened up, and a dozen squares of new shingles put on. It was more fun than a parade! NOTICE Due to popular demand, the Wednesday Club of Hinton has been able to secure a few of the =Cooking In The 90's  Cookbook for sale. The new WVFWC Administration has issued a new "appetizers and her d-oeuvres'cookbook, bearing the logo "Patchwork Of Love  which contains recipes submitted by gen- eral and junior club members in W.Va. This new cookbook is a must for entertaining. They also make nice gifts for Christmas, wedding showers or any special occasion. The price for either cookbook is $6.00 and can be pur- chased bycalling Nane Vass, phone 466-0232 or Betty Basham 466-0195. PIPESTEM DRIVE - IN RL 20 SPEEDWAY Ph. 384-7382 FLEA gT EVERY SUNDAY ADM. FRI. - SAT. $3.50 PERSON SUN. $6.00 CAR LOAD Sept. 11-12-13 RAPID FIRE Rated R Buffy the Vampire Slayer Rated PG-13 Each 8 Oz. ................. 5.67,i. FOR ALL YOUR OFFICE-PRINTING NEEDS PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIES i!i:iii:::!;:iii!!i .SIGNS RUBBER STAMPS i i!lil ii iiii INVITATIONS TYPING THE RAM GROUP Op00ngt, 6:oo 219 Cedar- Hinton 466-5564 Daily School Supplies II F.ach . UMff I 10W30, I0W40, Or 30 Wt. Motor Oil Brake Rotors From 206 MAIN STREET 466 5652 HINTON, WV STORE HOURS: Monday - Saturday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. 5 p.m. WI RRW(II Brake Drums SHOCKS & STRUTS Red Gas SRoks I072 ,o99.99 Water 00o74.9.00 36.88 TRU-CUT (  7,% Month