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I ! f I i Tues. :ept. 15,1981 Hinton News - 3 Presbyterian Circle iJaycee - ettes "Sandstone.. Number One Meets Exhibition To Be Shown Hold Installation Dinner: ,n,rs Meet At which time women of the Jan. Meador,. Sandy Goins, Debhie Presbyterian Circle Number church officers will be install- ', The Hinton Jaycee-ettes held One met September 10, 1981 at ed. The afternoon circle was to Concord College Fine Arts The watercolors featured are i their annual installation dinner Special awards presented Clark, Judy Mann, Cathy Wh- Oniaay afternoon a group 10 a.m. for their regular mee- be in charge on October 4. A Center Gallery is showing an examples of traditional " tr- ; and awards banquet at a local were : Laura Richmond - Jay- itehead and Laura Richmond. from the Sandstone Senior Cen- ring. ter met at the center at 3 o' In the absence of the chair- dinner in honor of the Rev. Dr. exhibition of watercolor paint- ansparent" techniques, allow- restaurant in Hinton on Sept- gtandinoCee" ette ofjavce..the yearetteandof out-the chmondDebbiewereClarkawardedand Laurathe Con-Hi" Benfield was announced with ings September 7 - 30 in Ath- ing the paper to reflect light ember 3, 1981. Clock and went to Grandview man Clara Porter acted Pro- evening circle in charge, ens, WV. The exhibit con- through the colors to add br- New officers being installed year. Cathy Whitehead - Key gress Woman Award, and pr- St. Park foe an outing. , tern opending the meeting with Clara Porter gave the Bible sists of works done by sixteen ightness and crisp, clean over- were : Sandy Coins, President, Girl of the year. Outstanding esented Life Time member- Roy Jows, bus driver took a reading taken from the 137 lesson entitled" To The End Of Concord Art students under the all tones. Each works is a Susan Goins - Vice - President spark- ette - Judy Mann, Out- ships. the bus. Everyone took a coy- PsalmmtitledSinging the Lord The Earth". After which the instruction of Gerald Arring- unique statement in the war- and State Director, Nancy Dur- standing spoke -ette - Susan Those in attendance were : Bred dish and enjoyed a pic- 's Song. Closing with prayer, group enjoyed a nice luncheon, ton, Associate Professor of Art. ercolor medium, nan Secretary- Treasurer and Goins. Perfect attendance - Pat pat Meador, Sandy Coins, Lau- ra Richmond, Susan Coins, nic in the park, before explor- Dues were collected. There Present were : Lea Rich- Included are works of trad- For further information, con- Pat Meador as Parliamentar- Nancy Durnan, Cathy White- ing points of interest. Several will be a area B meeting mond, Effie Bare, Verna Wi- itional landscapes, architect- tact the Division of Fine Arts, members had never been there September 20th at Greenville lley, Lena Patton, Clara Por- ural forms, portraits, plant at (304) 384 - 3115, or Get- T head, Phyllis Staley, Robin be/ore so it was quite an exper- Church. A dinner at the church ter, Eliza Walker, and one forms, lighting and color eff- aid Arrington, 384- 3115, ext- Subscribe Today Johnson, Linda Lytle, Judy ience for them. September 23 was announced, guest Rev. Tom Johnston. ects, and psychological motifs, ension 277. Mann and Debbie Clark. Later all went to the amph- itheater and saw the outdoor" drama " Honey in the Rock" Thos enjoying the trip were Naka Meadows, Carolyn Mea, dows, Stephanie Bowles, How- ard Bowles, Dorothy Bowles, . . .- Margaret Audrey Bessie Helen Honaker, Donver Gwinn, Mildred BleaU,simms,oRoy Jones.Gwinn' Josephine Bill Jones BleaU,cales,and Gdd S  "Pleasing You Hospital Notes ' Pleases Us" RT. 12, ALDERSON, WV Summers County Hospital September 8, 1981 .... rOODLINERS Admitted: JoAune Bradley, "1 Open Man. thru Sat. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Plenty of free parking - wi:th parcel pickup. Alderson; Minnie Cooper, Ball- Quantity Rights Reserved ard; Orianna Smith, Beckley; Prices effective thru Saturday, September 19, 1981. ' Eula Harris, Elton; Almeta! Adkins, Meadow Bridge; Thel- ma Adkins, Meadow Creek; Joyce Lyons, Pipestem; Rosa Smith, Princeton; Basil Hod- Re, Annie Gunter, both of Tel- USDA CHOICE cctt; Michael Adkins, Ray- JENNIE-O-BASTED :- m0nd Adkins, Jr., Howard Hel- IGA TABLERITE to/lFMary Hurley, William FI- angan, Rufus McBride, James TUR KE Y BONELESS IGA SLICED Hinton.Steddard' Albert Ward, all Of BREAST CHUCK BACON Dismissed: Violet Persinger, Elton; Cora Fix, Forest Hill; ROAST .i Opal Boiling, Beverly Fredek- 12 oz. pkg. ing, beth of Hinton; Ruby Wh- USDA CHOICE 4/7 lb. avg. lb. ittaker, Jumping Branch; AI- vie Martin, Meadow Bridge; IGA TABLERITE and Lester Mansfield, Nimitz. BLADE CHUCK Experimental ROAST lb. lb. lb. Course To Be Offered USDA CHOICE USDA CHOICE An experimental course in IGA TABLERITE BLADE IGA TABLERITE IGA TABLERITE IGA TABLERITE FRESH high school computer science is CHUCK STEAK DELMONICO STEAK ENGLISH ROAST CHICKEN LIVERS being taught at Hinton High dupving the academic year 1981 $399 $167 79 ..82. , Teaching this mierocom- $1P puter course will be Mrs. Gr- etcben Lynn, a staff member at Hinton High. This course was made poss- ible through a grant from the National SeienceFoundationto IGA TABLERITE IGA MEAT IGA PURE PORK IGA MEAT FRESH FROZEN DRESSED the University of Tennessee, Computer Seience Dopartment. FRESHLY FRANKS SAUSAGE BOLOGNA WHITING FISH The grant is being ed to study GROUND CHUCK the feasibility of encouraging interest in careers using com- $169 99 $1 $1 $2 puters as well as improving 12 o,. c 09 49 69 literacy at the secondary level 5 lb. box through the use of interactive pkg. 1 lb. 1 lb. color graphics with microcom- puters. 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