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i, i,! ii ii ~Y ~W ,~ ! C.!~ Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Ray Breen of Donna is a graduate of Hin.- Russell, Ky. announce the en- . .ton High School and is now gagement of their daughter, employed by Heck's Discount Donna June Breen to James Store of Ashland, Ky. Gregory Sparks, son of Mr. and Greg is a graduate of Fair- Mrs. Jimmie Sparks of Ash- view High School and is a self - Electrical land, Ky. employed Welding arrangements are Contractor. not yet complete. EST vxmr.IA u.rv RsI rJli~Uillq[ [XTEIISi UlITEI[ loll[ A||;CIK[gl( [) !tm$ I On+ Agent .GI~~' BULBS A GOOD START -- W. Va. garden- ers can grow bulbs just about anywhere the sun shines. Sim- ply plant them properly in the fall, and they will burst into bloom each spring for years to come. If you prepare the entire planting area by loosening the soil 10 - 12 inches deep, tend- er roots can more easily pone- trate the soil. This also impro- ves drainage, an important Meadow Bridge Happy Birthday to Roy For- ren of Meadow Bridge who had a birthday on August 23rd. Happy Birthday to Tom Davis of Lawn who had a birthday on August 23rd. Happy Birthday to Rev. Th- omas Shaver of Scbastion, Fl- orida who had a birthday on August 23rd. Lester, Scout McClintic, tton Gibson, Marvin Scott, Jimmy Bragg, Jett Hamrick, Mike Gillespie, Alan Redden, Jerry Rookstool, Steve Neeley, Fer- line McClanahan, Greg Stick- ier, Steve Patterson, Derrick Sear, and IRon Church. Meadow Bridge Wildcats played Friday night August 31st at Fayetteville. Meadow Bridge area seniors are Jerry Rookstool, Marvin Scott, Greg Strickler, Steve Patterson, Ferlin McClanahan, and Steve Neely. Meadow Bridge High School coaching staff are Levi Jenn- ings, Joe Bennett, Head coach is Larry McClintic. The 1984 edition of the Mea- dow Bridge Wildcats are : Mike Mr. and Mrs. Joe McMillen of Meadow Bridge announce the engagement of their daughter, Sherry Ann to Airman - First - Class Richard Keith Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox of MacArthur. An open church wedding is being planned for July 28th at 2:00 P.M. at the Lane Methodist Church at Meadow Bridge. Surface, John Counts, Jim Pu- Happy Anniversary to gh, Milburn Pack, Bill Per- Tmmy and I~uise Harrah of singer, Basil Redden, Mike Backus Mr. on their 24th wedd- Toney, Steve Pugh, Timothy ing anniversary on July 8th. Hamrick, Mark Reynolds, Lacy Jones, Nick Adkins, Chef Sonny Adkins and his son of Roach, Jim Gilkeson, Aaron Chicago, Illinois, visited his - -- mother, Mrs. Lena Adkins of Danese. Meeting Held Bill Beckett of Beckett's Landscaping and Garden Cen- ter, Wheeling was presented the Nurseryman of the Year Award at the recent annual summer meeting of the West Virginia Nurserymen's Assoc- iation held at Snowshoe Mo- untain Resort on August 16, 17 and 18. Mr. Beckett was pre- sented the award for outstand- ing work in the nursery in- dustry. Guest speakers for the three day meeting were Dr. Davis Sydnor of Ohio State Univer- sity and Thomas Smallwood of Ingleside Plantation Nurseries, Oak Grove Virginia. Members and guests were~ given a conducted tour of Cran- berry Glades and Visitors Cen- ter and a drive on the High- land Scenic Route. Officers elected were : Pres. Perry Clay Price of Price Brothers & Sons, Inc., of Be- ckley; Vice President, Mark Springer of Lavalett Nursery and Garden Center, Hunting- ton; Secretary, James Monroe of Greenbrier Nursery, Tal- cott; Treasurer, Norman Cole, Jr., of Cole Nurseries, Inc., Forest Hill and for a six year term on the Board of Direct- ors, Richard Cutlipp of Cutlipp 's Landscaping Service, Princeton. Tues. Sept. 18, 1984 Hinton News - 3 Seniors Hold August Birthday Party The senior citizens birthday senior present by Mrs. Ruby party for the month of Aug-Wheeler. Mrs. Arcenia ust was held Friday - 3rd at the loldest lady was also giv~ a Hinton Senior Center for sen- iors having a birthday in the month of August. There were, five guests present who enj- oyed a beautiful dinner ser- ved by the Nutrition Program. Also a large birthday cake beautifully decorated for the special oocassion was donated by Hinton Foodland. Seniors honored were : Mr. gift. The birthday song was sung led by Mrs. Estella; Ak- en. The cake donated by lood- land was large enought for everyone present to enjoy a' serving, which was exception- ally good. ( We all Sank-Mr. Simmons). At the close of the party numbers were drawn for the door prize and Mrs. Sylvia Burl McKinney, Mrs Nelva Adkins, held the lucky number Thompson, Mrs. Arcerda Eas- ~and received a gift. The~bir- ton, Mrs. Margaret Peaco, and ithday party is held the first Mr. Dorsey Stover, the oldesb Friday in every month fo~ all gentleman present was given a ~area seniors. Celebrating your gift from the Senior Center and birthday at the senior c~ter The group will hold its also a small cake decorated ~treat yourself to something summer meeting in Wheeling with candles baked and donat- 'special. See you in September. next year. ed especially for the oldest ODDS CHART COPYRIGHT 1984THE ~ROGER CO ITEMS AND PRICES GOOD SUNOAY SEPT16 THROUGH SATUR[}AY sE., 22 ,. Hinton Wl~ RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT OUANTITIES NON[ S()ID TO ~EAtER% OOOS vary Oep~nO,ng on the number O! (~me T,ckets you obl41~r~ The more T~ckels you collect tt~e beller you~ chences of wmnn,ng ()DDS CHART EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 5 t964 is factor ifi growing bulbs. Bulb .......... roots need oxygen too; and, if $~ i ~r soil is waterlogged, they tend to *, ..... : . ~ I drown. To improve drainage, rs0' add peat moss, sand or verm- - - --,-- -- '~, , ~,~= ~~ is iculite. I ~--~-'-~ '~ '~'~ '~'~ '"'~' ~ ~ '~'~ ~ "~'~ " '~ ' Before planing the bulbs, ~ '.,,~ '~'='',.,*' ' ~e ~. ~ mix one ounce of bone meal and )f four - fifths ounce of fertilizer ~~.~'~ ~ ~ ~" ~ N~MS[R 7"--ONIODDS~GAMEFOR i OOO~; fOR OOOS fOR ~ZEb i a 1. i! b. t- |] ;i high in nitrogen and phosphor- us per square foot of garden Without added fertilizer, soil quickly becomes depleted of necessary nutrients. .Set the bulbs firmly in place, with the pointed ends up. Plant tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and other large bulbs 6 - 8 inches deep and 6 inches apart. Plant small bulbs such as crocuses and muscaris 3 - 4 inches deep and 3 inches apart. Fill the bed halfway with soil; water thro- oughly. Then add the remain- ing soil and cover with a 3- to 4- inch layer of protective mulch - leaves, hay, straw or pine bark. Water the entire bed regularly until the first frost. ..Mulches help to regulate gr- ound temperatures, thus pro- tecting bulbs from extreme U.S.D.A. GRADE A Pound LIMIT 4 PLEASE , cold excessive heat. Mul- ches%so help retain sufficient INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED S merlcan 12-oz. "h '~ 1 E VITAMIN O VAPORATED MI Odds to w*r~ an~l humDe, of pr/eb u~clatm~ wdl be ui>alleo ,n =1~ Rar~,c,pat,ng stores a~a newl, c~pe~ ads ea:h week afl~l~ thirty (30) days ..... All hck#t~ a~d co~eclo# ca~$ must nave ~me ~efiet num~ ~Ir, O ire vahd only +n that let*e$ n~m~ ~ame ~fog~r Bff~gO NO W8~ IS Det,ag played ,~ ~ parhc~pstmg Kro~ Sm,es ,n Ha,la~ Haza,d 4shlanO P,kewlle and Painter,lie WdhamlOn K~:kv 8,~s~o~ K~gspon and Johnson Cctv Tenrms=me etlofWe, lt V~,R,r~a elckud,ng the Noshes Randha~die and We~ch and at~ K,~, Sto,es ~ocated ,n V,rgpn*a Gdr,~e Wogtar~ ,-av he ,epeateo by popula? d~-r~and 5ch~uI@(~ Tecm,,~a~,on ~a*e ,,t th,s pcumot,o~ ,s November 3 1g~4 howeve, game ,,O*~,~Jv ,.,,n$ ~vher, ~1 Game T~tkets a,e dl~1,,h, ,.,~ ThP r,~,m[3er cd IxkelS oo(i D,,te~, harp h,..-, , ,,~,,,,, : , ,',h~;r,,~,~atel~ rmour moisture during dry spells. In every cold areas, a deeper layer of mulch may be added in the fall and removed in early spring If bulbs are properly planted in well - conditioned soil and provided with nutrients and winter protection, they should bloom well each spring for many years Giving them a good start is worth the extra effort Lewisburg Girls Beaten By Talcott The Lewisburg Junior High Girls basketball team dropped a win to Talcott 35 - 21. High netters for Talcott were Laughery with 16, Mann 12, Dillon 5 and McKenny scored 2 points. Putting in the points for Lewisburg were Raina Holland with 8, Stacy Coles and Renee Patton dropped in 4 each, Laura Fisher and Becky With- row scored 2 and Sherry Short- ridge had 1. Shady Spring 42, Hinton 33 Sophomores Janie Dacal and Sue Hatcher scored 19 and 13 points each to lead the Shady Spring Lady Tigers to their first win of the season, ~ 42-" 33 wir~er Hinton Thursday night at $~ady Spring. Lisa Davis and Kim Honaker netted eight apiece to pace Hinto,x Hlnton 0 11 12 l0 - 32 Shady Spring 6 15 7 14- 42 H - Lisa Davis 8, Kim Honaker 8, SS - Janie Dacal 19, Sue Hatcher 13. i ) ) ) 16-oz. Head WHITE Potatoaa or Rad Yams Ibs "%. 12-oz. LIMIT 1 PLEASE . VITAMIN D . :VAPORATED MILK 13-0Z. For LIMIT 3 PLEASE I