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ES ) corn- y have ]asses these s you THE TARY 0PM. rARY PM. MEN- 5:00. 'ary is :rsons ld will need th of lg the ation )l Di- about L the ter 8- Obituaries RAy IL ADKINS RayH. Adkins, 68, of 396 Hill St., died 2 p.m. Wed. Sept. 16, 1992, in a Falrlea hospital, following a short illness. Born Sept. 30,1923, at Hinton, he was the son of the late Homer R. and Dorie Mac McBride Adkins. Mr. Adkins was aretired employee of the Cabot Gas Company with 39 years of service, was a World War I/ veteran, member of the River Valley Baptist Church and was a lifelong resident of Hinton. Survivors include his wife, Naomi Mae Rose Adkins; a son, Keith J. Adkins of Hinton; a daughter, Dora Mete Starks of Hinton; two grand- children and one great-grandchild. Services were held at I p.m. Sat. Sept. 19 at the River Valley Baptist Church near Forest Hill with the Rev. Bill Jenkins officiating. Burial followed in the Hilltop Cemetery, Hinton. The body was at the Pivont Fu- neral Home and one hour prior to the services at the church. Men of the River Valley Baptist Church served as pallbearers. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton. CURTIS BURDETrE Curtis Burdette, 88, of Meadow ciresk, died Sept. 19,1992, at Memo- rial Division, CAMC, after a short illness. He was a 63-year resident of Meadow Creek and a retired Sum- mers County schoolteacher. He was a member of Hinton High School Football Hall of Fame. He was a member of Central Baptist Church, Hinton, and attended Meadow Creek Baptist Church. Surviving: wife, Brent Gwinn Burdetta; ion, James B. Buddy" of Meadow Creek; brother, L. W. Sr. of Charleston; sisters, Eloise Rose of Waynesboro, Va., Della Taylor and Mary Ann Butler, both of South Charleston;one granddaughter; two great.grandchildren. Services were held at 2 p.m. Tues. at Ronald Meadows Funeral Home, Hinton, with the Rev. Bill Fox offici: ating. Burial followed in the Rutwoed Memorial Gardens, Hin- ton. FRANCES M. MEADOR Mrs. Frands M. Meador, 65, of Bellepoint, Summers County, died Sept. 19, 1992, at Summers County Hospital, Hinton, after a long ill- rteM. She was a native of Pipestem and a homemaker. She was a longtime resident of Summers County and a Baptist. Surviving: mother, Grace Meador of Pearisburg, Va.; song, Samuel Jr. of Pipestem, Danny of True, Larry D. of Winston-Salem, N.C., Gary W. of Hinton, Roger of Bozoo, Robert at home; daughters, Barbara Begil of Proctorville, Oh., Gloria Meador at home, Catherine Keaton of Pipestem; brother, Ronald "Buzzy" Meador of Pearisburg; 16 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Services were held at 2 p.m. Tues. at the Pivont Funeral Home, Hin- ton, with the Rev. Johnny Atkins officiating. Burial will be in Cook Cemetery, Pipestem. David F. Kesler Jr. Named Assistant Vice President David F. Kesler, Jr. has been named Assistant Vice President at First Citizens Bank in Wilmington, N.C. He is the manager of the Caro- lina Beach Branch. An alumnus of the University of N.C. at Wilmington, Kesler is a native of Winston-Salem, N.C. His parents are David Kesler and Linda (Hedrick) Graham of Winston-Sa- lem, former Hinton residents. His grandmother is Mrs. N. C. (Margaret) Kesler of Winston-Salem, a native of Hinton. Late grandpar- ents are N.C. "Bill" Kesler and Ro- scoe and Katherine Hedrick also of Hinton. VE.OUR MoiITNS Save Our Mountairm meetings are: held every first Thurs. of every month at LoavandFimlamat 6:00 P. , Tues. Sept. 22, 1992 Hinton News - 3 FIRE NEWS By Ray Gill Aug. 12 - Hauled Lewis Halstead - 2 - loads of water. Aug. 12 - House fire on Keatley Springs of Glen and Linda Adkins. Summers Co. Vo]. Fire Dept. had 4 trucks on scene. House was saved, but smoke and water damage. Con- tents were taken out by fire mem- bers, neighbors and people passing by. Aug. 18 - Hauled Lewis Halstead - 1 - load of water. Sept. 10 - Hauled Lewis Halstead - 2 loads of water. Sept. 14 - Summers Co. Voh Fire Dept. washed the State Road Buidling and lot off. Sept. 18 - Hauled Lewis Hatstead - 2 - loads of water. Sept. 20 - Summers Co. Vol. Fire Dept. was called out to assist Hinton Firs Dept. on the Hinton Builders Supply Building that was a totally destroyed, but saved R. T. Rogers Oil. Co. plus other businesses nearby. The building, plus some old vehicles and other contests were destroyed. The walls only things still standing and will be torn down later. Medic Alert Ambulance Service were there Clark J. Lilly Family Reunion Held at 4-H Camp anyonegothurt.helpingfightingthefireplusincaseAlso, OH-9 there on stand by. Fire season laws again, No burn- Pictured left to right, first row: Leslie Freeman, Grant Imes, Ttlley, BiN Tilley, Sumer Tilley, Mary Swann, doni lines, Gary Imes, ing in Oct. 1 thru Dec. 31 until after Nicholas Imes, B. J. Smith, Shannon Smith, Craig Lilly, Ryan Bell, Ted Freeman, Jennifer Sciortino, Linda Harvey, Mary Dingier, 4:00 P.M. and have it out by 7:00 Melissa Hyte, Justine Sherwood, Joshua Leitch, David Sherwood, Jimmy Dingier, Tommy Dingler, Rick Lilly, Marlene Vandenboom, A.M. Make sure you have a big ring Jr., Nicole Beck, Jennifer Kapper, Joey Kapper, and Marjorie and David Vandenboom. Fourth Row: Scott Lilly, Timothy Lilly, around itwhen burning. Also itgets Kapper. Second Row: Phillip Lilly, Donald V. Lilly, GailLflly, Clark Cindy Lilly, Bryan Smith, Cindy Smith, DianeBeck, JamieLeitch, out of control, you are liable fbr J. Lilly, Jr., holding Austin Lilly, Carl Smith, Carol Ann Smith, JillBell, Melody Jones, Jarred Kapper, Michelle Jones, and Jeremy damage and paying to get it out. Orpha Haselwood, Lyell Zane Lilly, Carol Lilly, Lowell K. Lilly, Iapper. Fifth Row: Samantha Beck, Carl Beck, holding Carl, Jr., holding Sydney Morgan, Womie Myers, Marjorie Anderson, Clyde Vonnie Beck, Barbara Susan Sherwood, and David Sherwood. Granddaughter Of • "Andy"Anderson holding T. J, Dingier. Third Row: Bonnie Lilly (Photography by Curt Messer). Hinton Residents By Orpha L. Haselwood Lilly held their annual reunion on Descendants, relatives, and Sun.,Aug. 9,1992 at the 4-H Camp FamiliesffomCa.,Fia.,N.Y.,and Sherwood and children, Justineand Earns Engineering friends of Clerk J. and Nell Eskridge on the Greenbrier. many other states enjoyed a beauti- David Joshua, Virginia Beach, Va. Degree ful day of visiting, games, and a long Jennifer Sciortino and daughter Club festive table of covered dishes and Leslie Freeman, Waynesville, Oh.; Wednesdav picnic foods, daughter Jamie Leitch and son PamelaD. Turner Lewis, grand- Somebranchesofthefamilywere Joshua, Hemet, Ca.; and daughter daughter of the late Cecil andLona unabletoattend, and we are hoping Jill Bell and son Ryan, Riverside, Meadows and O. E. and Norene Holds Meeting everyone willplanahead, and be Ca.,andTedFreeman, SunCity, Ca..TurnerofHinton, earned a Bachelor here next Aug. 8, for a perfect reun- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dinglerand of Science in Electrical Engineering ion. children, T. J. and Jimmy, Melissa (B.S.E.E.) from Purdue University Those attending were: Hyte, Michelle Jones and Melody at Fort Wayne in May. The Wednesday Club opened the leston. Anna Ziegler spent three Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Smith, Cross Jones, all of East Meadow, N.Y. Lewis was named to the National clubyear on Sept. 2 with ameeting weeks with a host family in Holland Lanes, W.Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Marjorie Kapper and children, Dean's List and was a student at the home of Mrs. Charles Bare. as a part of the Opportunity Friend- Smith and children, B. J. and Shan- Jeremy, Jarred, Jennifer, and Joey, member of the Institute for Electri- Mrs. A. G. Timberlake, president, ship program and Jason Gill was in non, of Nitro, W.Va. of Waynesville, Oh. cal and Electronics Engineers and welcomed members and conducted Japan for six weeks in the Youth for Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lilly Jr. of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lazio, of Tav- the Society of Women Engineers. the business meeting. Understanding program. They de- Jacksonville, Fla.;Mr.andMrs.Gary ares, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph She is currently employed as a Mrs. Leonard Anderson read cor- lighted the group with accounts of Imes and children, Nicholas, Grant, Wilson, Hinton; Raymond Harvey, software engineer at Magnavox respendence concerning the W.Va. their experiences, andAustin, Huntington, W.Va.;Mr. Jumping Branch, W.Va.; Mr. and ElectronicSystemsCompanyinF°rt Federation of Women's Club schol- arship pr0garh'and the'WVFWC  Miss Boley also introduced David and Mrs. Timothy Lilly and chil, Mrs. Edward Lilly and son, Allenof WayrInd., where she and her Ziegler, who explained the Hinton dren, Craig and Scott, of Woodford, Nimitz, W.Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Her- husband James reside. conservation program. Area Foundation and invited the Va. man Smith, Beckley, W.Va.; Mr. and For more information, call her at Miss Anna Laura Waid gave a Club and individual members to PhillipLilly, Hinton;Mr.andMrs. Mrs. Judson Lilly, Dublin, Va.; Mr. (219) 456-6620. report on the community improve- participate in this endeavor to pro- Clyde Anderson, Marlinton, W.Va.; and Mrs. Dale Grissom, Ca.; Mary ment project and Mrs. HerbertVass vide endownment funds for many Lowell Kirk Lil]y, Washington, D.C.; Swann and daughter Shelley, Proc- SELLING TAPES gave the finance committee report, community activities. Tomie Myers, Silver Spring, Md.; torville, Oh.; Mr. and Mrs. David The Convention and Visitor Bu- Mrs. Timberlake presented a Mrs. Bare served a delicious fruit Mr. and Mrs. Lyell Zane Lilly, Lake Eskridge and children, Jonathan, reau,206TempleSt.,issellingAREA report on the Well Child Clinic for plate to: Mrs. G. S. Alderson, Jr., Worth, Fla. Rachel, and Jordan, Hinton. CODE 304 tapes as fundraisers to Mrs. R. L. Pivont who is committee Mrs. Leonard Anderson, Miss Donald V. Lilly, Beckley, W.Va.; Group photographs were taken benefit Railroad Days. chairman. Dorothy Jean Boley, Mrs. W.A. Mr. andMrs. BilITilleyanddaugh- byCurtMesserofHinton, W.Va. For details call Sharon Hannah The district meeting will be held Brown, Mrs. Claude Davidson, Mrs. ter Sumer, and friend Zevin, of at 466-5420. at Brier Inn on Sept. 26. Members C.E. Fife, Mrs. Paul E. Hess, Jr., Beckley. are asked to place entries in the Arts Miss Jane Humphries, Mrs. Jess and Crafts Exhibit. Rick Lilly, Fayetteville, N.C.; Mr. (./r I Miss Dorothy Jean B oley served M addy, Mrs. W.G. Meador, Mrs. and Mrs. David V andenboom and 0€'   ® A& Julian Meadows, Mrs. Ralph Mead- grandchild, Sydney Morgan, Wake C2"' C9Ib mt€/" as program chairman. She intro. owe, Mrs. Russell D. Miller, Mrs. R. Forest, N.C.;andJamesRichardson, A Juice/Vinegar Beverage duced three Hinton High School C. Osborne, Mrs. D. 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