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....... il 2 - Hhaton News Tues. Sept. 18, 1984 ................. ' School Menu i , ..................... .smcmt .Tow ..... , ........................... ~ ~ , t Week o~ September S4tb 11mr SS~ i Name' ........ r Momlay, September S4, IM4 i , a., BREAKFAST Pears, Cereal, Milk, Ham biscuits. i Address State ] 'i LUNc. City Zip Code , j or white milk. baked bean.. J Tuesday, September 25, 1984 t k 1 " 1' ~ T " BREAKFAST I i I i let News. Peslai Regulations require p ]ment in advam, i ' rreoencK fT. Long Pineapple Juice, Cereal, Toast, Milk, Chipped beef- gravy. {MAIL TO. THE HINTON NEWS, ...................... I: P.O. BOX 1000, Hinton, W V 25951 Are, M-n in .... c- Ma ......... Chlckennuggeta, SaladBar, mixtruit, crackers, chocolate or i e me ~mer] an jor t~unton s rort from June Virginia, August lS, 1760. Since ..,hi*.. ,.at, =.o.*, t,-i.= i !Revolution. or Jul,',1777, to September ; to the Revolution, resided in .................... . I ~ the spring of 1778, was in Greenbrier, Kanawha and W-a,,--ao., ~...,=mh=.~ ,o~A HUGHES, JONATHAN Hampshire County. In October Fayette counties. Enlisted, "~ ..... "BR'E"AK'FA"SV ...... ......................... Miit'i?'ii'?0"UAY'i ........................ ' (Ensign) joined Captain Bell in Colonel July, 1777, in Prince William Plums cereal toast Milk scrambled eggs bacon. ! Service-Virginia Va. No. 26219 Poston s Regiment and was an and Botetourt counties, Vir- ' ' ' LUNCH ' No. S. 9591 ensign from 1779 to 1780. His ginia under Captains, Brent, ~ Ru | ~ Vi~rn~a,n Hampsh,re_ Co un_!y, ~emr,sston~ was signed by Culbertson, Uriah Springer in Chili weiners, Salad Bar, Orange, Brown serve rolls, ga .. rg , March ~, 1753. _o nor ~nomas. JeIIerson. the Seventh Virginia ttegimeot chocolate or white milk, potatoes au gratin. De Emeren mnitary service inalter me ttevomtmn, went to under Colonel Jesse Ewell, Gr June, 1774, Greenbrier County, North and South Carolina, John Gibson and Major J. Thursday September27 1984 M] t WV~I I"T-- 'ter~; i-O TheEd,t--~-or: and had several periods of thence back to Greenbrier Ewel|. App|ied for pension, ' ' ]m i service until 1780 as private and County, then to Harrison Co., October 13, 1833, Fayette Co. BREAKFAST ' ~, lensign under Captain J. Cook, Virginia, and then to Jefferson Supporting claims made by nc Virginia militia, LieutenantI County, Indiana. He received John Hill, William Riggs, Peaches Cereal Toast Milk Sausage links hash browns. Cti.lliland Lewis, and Colonel[ pension, April 12, 1834. William Sims, Thomas Hughes, ' .... ~/[ Pos0m, Was under Captain[ Elizabeth (Hughes) Garret, J. LUNCH ' "n , 95 -0145 9- - of publicity. They have found a Cook and LieuLenant William[ HUGHES, ROBERT Hansford and the Reverend . i' 9-13-84 lot of illegal plants, but is that Gilliland in Gre~l~rier County[ Service-Virginia Va. No. 29654 John Johnson. Claim rejected. Tuna salad Salad Bar Fresh apple crackers chocolat eor ~: , Editor: The Hinton News really making Hinton any safer until the spring of "I"777.,,. andt No. R. 5355 white milk' scallopped potatoes ' ' Letter to the Editor and for senior citizens and home- under Captain Hamilton at. Born, Prince William County, " " Citizens of Hinton area: I know we all sharethe owners? We all pay for a horror of the type of senseless helicopter that costs $200 per Friday, September 28, 1984 The criminal element seems attack that happened to Minnie hour to run, and for what? To Senior Center Act ivities Announced BREAKFAST ! on the rise around here; after Fox and we all would catch plants? Flying around reading in the Hinton News of hate to have our houses rob- didn't catch Mrs. Fox s attack- the awful crime committed on bed like Mr. Neely did. But it's era , and it won't catch any Juice, Cereal, Waffles, MUk, Sausage - syrup. our dear friend Mrs. Fox, I important to realize that the burglars either. " ACTIVITIES ATTHE HINTON yes Hinton Center at 9 A.M. Friday, September 28 - A remarked,, to my wife that " priorities of our Police invite It's time for the police to get SENIOR CENTER FROM Monthly Legal Services Plan Movie about the Social Security LUNCH i someone' should do something, this sort of crime. They spend their priorities straight. I know SEPTEMBER 19, THUR Clinic with attorney, Bob Miller System entitled" A Plan for all SEPTEMBER 28, 1984 -9A.M.- 4 P.M. Phone 645- 3131 Seasons" will be shown before Hot dog and chili, slaw, Salad Bar, Banana, Enriclt~ql bun ~: Then I thought " who is some- all of their time on victimless that all of our prayers go out to Corner of Second Avenue and to make an appointment lunch. It will be followed by a chocolate or white milk, french fries. ' t one". When one thinks of a crime and the really dangerous Mrs. Fox. Let's hope that we Summers Street Thursday. September 27 - Social Security question and " I person attacking an 82 year old criminals get away. can all hear the good news of (Funded by the West Virginia Bingo for prizes after lunch answer session with represent- i person -- well, that is just The state and county officers the capture of her assailants Commission on Aging) Steam Train Crafts Workshop alive John Darling ~,T,~,,, l:'.ohtn,, i: enough to get something going are out making easy. marij- real soon. -- BUT WHAT CAN WE DO. uana arrests that get them lots Please Withhold My Name. begins at ll A.M. American immediately after lunch. / M t[:~ g,q./ Jl." &O ~ I propose a fund raising ======================= Wednesday, September 19 - Heart Association Chapter Shopping by mini bus after Prevenhcareexercmeswith El- meeting begins at 7:30 P.M. unch. tIL -- ~ . committee to get organized and .," iiiiilii!!ii~i~ ' ' I raise thaL-reward from it's -- !ii!iil~i~i~ lea Webber begins at 11 A.M. tJpportuntttes A t Dam i pl present "~0NE THOUSAND.. iii:iil~i::i~! Alderson mini bus trip. l; so DOLLARS TO SEVERAL . ili~~iii~ Thursday. September 20 - MFNU.~ FOR THE SUMMERS COUNTY SENIOR The Corps of Engineers ann- at access to this area, havenow ~i er THOUSAND DOLLARS, and I ~ ~ i~:i:.: ni i]iiii~!iiii!iil Games - after lunch. Steam (TI'IZFNS NUTRITION PROGRAM ounced today they are implem- been moved to allow boat acc-i tr hereby offer ONE HUNDRED ~. iil!iii:.iiiii!i~ii~iiiii! Train Crafts workshop begins eating an experimental prog- ess for fishing only. Water ~! v~ DOLLARS, and ask that the liii: iiiiiii!ii!!ii!i!]iiii at 11 A.M. If you would like to ~,'l,t q. ! asagna Tossed Salad Peas Plums . ram by opening up an addit- skiing is still restricted in this i fa committee be formed and ask ~~i iii~i :i~iiiii!ii!!.i! work on crafts on your own \t (Ri'i'l(iN* PR()GR~M MEAl' WILl BE SERVED AT ionai fishing area on Bluestone area. rc everyone possible to offer $5.00, time schedule please see Alice UIIF: PII'ESTEM CENTER. " ~ Lake at the damsite. Corps Resource Manager i sc Five Dollars or more, and Ann at the Senior Center. ~,'l,t. 2o: Beef I.iver - Onions. Succatash. Tomatoes Jello Accesswill now be allowed to Wayne Rigor cautions boaters idl possibly someone will' want all ~~~::::': :~' i:~:':'~:~: r ~ :llill i :i!!i :: Friday, September 21 - Co Salad. ' the entire east shoreline and to 'that there is still a 1000' x 1000' a~ that money, l( ii!ii!iii unty wide Senior Citizens pi- '~,'pt "]' COUNTY WIDE SENIOR CITIZENS PICNIC the eastern one - third up- restricted boating zone that is ic It would certainly be worth it il;:i iii chic at Camp Summers, be- V, lli B~:HEll)'.ITTllESU~MMERSCOUNTY ; H CAMP stream face of Bluestone Dam. clearly marked by P large white' i to arrest ..... anyone WhO woma ~ gins at 10:30 A.M. Partici- ~1 !' SFNIOR'('iTIZENS~INVITED TO ATTEND " This area includes the six large buoys. This restricted zone in-! n~ committ such a dastardly .. ~ pants are asked to bring a ~ei, t ""[" Chicken Filet Sandwich~ Potato Patty Peaches openings called penstockscludes the entire area west offc cr~me, covered dish to contribute to NI'TRITION PROGRAM MEAi.'WILL BE SERVED AT which were originally designed the east penstock opening to ahi My name ls 0f no use here as ........................ the picnic lunch and to call the TIIF: |IINTON |IlGtlRPSE [or intake of lake water for point 1000' above the dam. u', Senior Center at 466 - 4019 if ~ept. 25: Spaghett. Slaw Peas Lemon Puddin~ hydropower purposes. Boaters Boaters entering this restricted "d we are all involved, so with - ~ they desire transportation to NI rRI'FION PROGRA~I MEAL Wil.L BE SERVED AT are not allowed to take their area will be subject to citify, q hold my name. For citizens involved. Pictured is Bobby Andrews age 3 with a potato that looks like a the picnic by mini bus. Tile i'ENCE SPRINGS CENTER. boats inside the actual pen- ions by either state conservat, n, -----~--~ dog's bone and one that looks like a bird in a tree. The potatoes Monday, September 24 - Me- Meah are served five days a week at the Hinton and stockopenings. Four large ion officers or Federal i T/'~~~-~-- were grown on New River Road. Bobby is the grandson of Charles vie before lunch. ~andstone Sites white navigationalbuoys,Rangers. ~ '~ .~v ~.~-Ja~,,,,~,.~, and Fare Miller. Bobby helped his grandparents dig the potatoes. Train Crafts Workshopwith ~ o Sept. 22 To """" ~y Fred Long.~ Tuesday, september25- Steam which previously restricted be- , i t, Alice Ann and Pam begins at 11 ~ r ~ !t d AM. II V I | "_ I "lL' s: October 13 Ceramics with Virginia Vaughn "l ~ m ~ ~ L ~_~_l a Yonnie Lee Bennett of Mad- l[~F &~-l[~;'~&~&~ ~ ~,~1,~ ~.~-~).,&,d after lunch. ~ I ~ a ams Creek announced that 3 ~.,~'~d][~'~P~n P~ "~-*W~'~k~[~'j~I~',~ ~ h Preventicare exercises with El- ~ q ~ o Bellringer workers will go- ~lkr&~ j~ ~ ~ll~i ~l~ Wednesday, Sep~.ber 2,- l II house - to - house from Sep- . .... ~_.._____ lea Webber begins at 11 A.M. ~ j ~r ~ n A ~" I i] *ember to Octo r cell- S,.t o, c.*. in, bus trip to ,en- i, Bennett is Bellringer Chair- ~ m~mm m~ r person for the drive benefiting ~ ~ ~/ the Mental Health Association in West Virginia. ~ t As a volunteer citizens' ad- r vocacy organization the M.H. / ~ ] ~ A. works to promote mental ,~ [k~[t' | '~ ', health and prevent mental ill- ~ r hesS through public education ~,. and research, while working on "~ 1 behalf of the mentally ill and ] ~ ~ ~a~[~[~ ~W~s t their families, through legislat- ~' J L ~ ion action. The association is --.,,, ..,.. I, not a state agency and so must ~ums qP|Sp i be supported entirely by UN IH[ 1, private contributions such as the funds collected in the Bell- ringer Drive. The need is great. Mrs. Benn- ett cited these reasons: One in four families is aff- ected by mental illness an est- imated 75 per cent of those who i attempt suicide are seriously depressed, Mental illness is America's most costly health problem in excess of $21 Billion. Bellringer workers collecting in Madams Creek and South- side are : Helen Farmer, Su- sie Ballard, and Yonnie Benn- ett. Anditm' Position Available Mr. Edward Bmmgarner, Ex- ecutive Secretary of the State Soil Conservation Committee, has announced that applicat- ions are being accepted until Sept. 21, for the position of Auditor with headquarters at Guthrie Agricultural Center, Charleston, WV. Applicants should have a de- gree from an accredited four - year college or university with a major or minor in account- hag and at least two years of professional auditing or accounting experience. The salary range is $17,000 - $18,000, depending upon qualif- ications. Additional informat- ion can be obtained from the State Soil Conservation Comm- ittee, Guthrie Agricultural Cert. tel', Charleston, WV 25305, or by calling 348 - 2204. ' not j an rs. Now offering three varieties of soup: Vegetable Beef, Potato and Chill Bean Our salads are made fresh daily Ill OPEN DAILY 6 AM to 10 m THE BIGGEST AssoRTMENT OF AMERICA'S FAVORITE _ EDDI, " OV cAN'T AFFORD wITH PRIC, THAT wORN TO PUT err rtr~r~- ..... AND FEELINGS E .... " THE APPEARANCE OF STANDARD BEDDING YOU CAN INSTALL IN YOUR PRESENT BED WITH ALL THE BENIFITS AND cONFORT OF A WATER BED...HURRY,..WE JUST GOT IN A TRUCK LOAD BUT WITH PRICES UP TO 50% OFF ON ALL BEDDING IN, sTOCK SELECTION WON T LAST. SIMMONS Binning Room open dally ~ Breakfast 6 a.m.