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8 - Hinton News Tues. Sept. 22, 1992 FIRE CALLS By Ray Gill Aug. 23, Sun. evening, Summers Co. Vol. Fire Dept. & Rescue Squad Station #13 answered a call of a 2 vehicle wreck near the State Police (fSce 3& 20 ByPass. With our res- cue truck plus members we got the Jaws rescue equipment and brought the Hinted Rescue truck, Medic Alert Ambulance and OH-9 Ambulance Service, where a vehicle tried to get to the stop sign before a truck pull- ing a boat came thru the intersec- tion, but didn't make it. People were taken to Summers Co. Hospital and other hospitals for more attention. Aug. 25, Tues. evening - Sum- mers Co. Vol. Fire Dept. hauled 3 loads of water to Leatherwood Rd. to Lewis Halstead. Sept. 3, Thurs. - Hauled 2 loads of water to Lewis Halstead, Leather- Meadow Bridge Area News By Alvie Martin The Rainelle Volunteer Fire Dept. Labor Day Celebration and parade was held recently. Fire departments on hand were: Alderson, Quinwood, Meadow Bridge, Bradley, Ansted, and East Rainelle. There were 10 departments represented in all. The winner was best pumper Bradley. The oldest pumper Meadow Bridge. Best rescue Quinwood. Farthest distance Bradley. $50.00 went to Quinwood. The float winners were: 1st. Belburn Youth Group, 2nd. Republi- can Party, and 3rd. Brownie Troop 2398. Bands on hand were: Green- brier West, Rainelle Rager, Wil. liamsburg Drums, Danese Moun- tainettes. In the afternoon the Country Fire Band provided music an d door prizes were given away. Award Recipients Several staff from the local cord. munity who are employed at the Federal Prison Camp, Alderson, WNa., recently received various awards for their significant contri- butions to the Bureau of Prisons and to the institution. All of the redpi- eats received their awards and rec- ogni tied at FPC Alderson's Aug. staff recall: NEW EMPLOYEES/TRANS- FERS: Bruce Wyant, Assistant Food Service Administration Trainee; Eric Williams, Correctional Officer; De- loris Stephens, Unit Manager. SERVICE PINS: Evelyn Lemons - 20 years; Margie Weakley - 20 years; Luis Cordero - 5 years; and Linda Shires. 10 years. SUGGESTION: Daniel Over- holtzer. SUSTAINED SUPERIOR PER- FORMANCE: Griffin Cole, Paul Coffman. EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH: Robert Morris. QUALITY STEP INCREASE: Josephine Honaker, Andy Ronat. RETIREE RECOGNITION: Eve- lyn Lemons, Margie Weakley, Mary Jones. It Is normal for newborne to have flat feet. Arches develop slowly over the first aix years. Kiwanis Focus On Youth, ICCP Kiwanis International has adopted Young Children: Priority One: as its primary theme. So it was no surprise when the Hinton Kiwa. hie asked Pete Peteraon, a Kiwanian who is also in the Inter-Community Communications Project, to tell them about ICCP's focus on Youth Activi. ties. Pete told them, "Kids need to hang out, but they need safe places to do it, and some choices ofthings to do. We're looking for suggestions to discuss ate public meeting." A lively discussion among the dozen Kiward- ans ranged from local church activi- ties tolittle league, scouts to 4H, and suggested contacting local high school students. Members also re- called Hinton's bowling alley, thea- ters, and roller skating rink, and speculated on the chance of opening them again. The Public Meeting to discuss Things For Kids To Do will be held at 7:00 PM on Men., the 28th of this month, upstairs in the Hinton Visitor's Center. Everyone concerned about kids is invited. It's free! In the meantime, ifyou have a suggestion, you can leave a note at the Visitor's Center, or phone 466-5420. ,wood Rd. Sept. 4, Fri. - Summers Co. Vol. Fire Dept. & Rescue Squad answered a call of a vehicle that had gone thru some cement ground rails and went over the hill. The person had gotten out and climbed up the hill and a motorist then took him to the hospi- tal. Fire Dept. stayed on scene di- recting traffic until the wrecker service came and pulled the vehicle out under the hill. Sept. 6, Sun. evening - Approx. 7:00 p.m. or after Talcott Dispatchd received a fire call on Tug Creek Rd. Person hung up, then later Pipestem Fire Dept. received a call of a barn on fire on Tug Creek Mr. In the mean- time it seemed like all fire depts. were getting the same call. Person wasn't holding on long enough or not giving good directions of the fire. Then Pipestem Fire Dept., yelled for Summers Co. Vol. Fire Dept. Station #13, and members got the word and more of the fire and members living on Tug Creek Rd. caught on what the dispatcher was talking of and went to check it out. Responding were 2 trucks offTug Creek Rd., plus two from Station #13 across the river on 3 & 20 Bypass. Members on the Mountain plus several bystanders and neighbors got the fire out. The barn is still standing and minor damage was done plus lost 12 or more bales ofh ay. The barn belonged to Lena Bragg on Tug Creek Mt. Arson is suspected in this case and being checked out by the State Po- lice. Also people need to learn how to get hold of the fire depts. Could be a matter of life and death situation. People, Fire Dept. are trying our best, but you have to help us. Give better directions to locations of the fires or wrecks, Also you are responsible for pay- ing the Fire Depts. by your home owners insurance or yourself'. Mem- ber working are volunteers, but our equipment, fuel, insurance, train- ing cost us the same way it cost you to live, but probably more on these trucks insurance. Plugs Rus Each 10 410 CCAs COMITY BULLETIN BOARD WOMEN OF WILLOWWOOD Women of Willowwood will hold their monthly dinner on Sept. 25th. at 6:15. Hostesses are: Elaine Garten, Elsie KaKelday, Nadine Vase, and Ruth Tabor. REVIVAL Arevival will be held Thurs. night Sept. 24th. thru 27th. at the Church of the Nazarene. Evangelist will be Ray. A. T. Underwood of Wglmedmro, VasServices will be held at 7:00 P.M. nighty. ANNUAL MEETING Annual meeting of the Auxiliary of W.Va. Hospital Association, Inc. will be held at the Greenbrier, on Sept. 30, Oct. 1, and 2. The following officers of Summers County Hospital Auxiliary will at- tend this meeting: Ruth Thomas, President, Kather- ine Willey - Vice President, Orpha Haselwood - Secretary, Joyce An- deron, Treasurer, and Marie Maddy - Past President. Orpha Haselwood and Joyce Anderson will serve as Delegates. PICNIC The W.Va. Chapter of the 82nd. Airborne Division Association will have a picnic on Sat., Oct. 3, at Chief Logan Recreation Area, shelter #4, Logan, W'V. The Recreation area is on U.S. Rt. 119, Corridor G, between Chapmanville and Logan. Look for AIRBORNE signs. Pot luck lunch at 1 o'clock. Cold drinks will be supplied. Bring silver- ware and comfortable chairs. All airborne personnel and fami- lies from all airborne units are wel- come. (We are always seeking new members). For more information call or write Nate Eastman, Chair, 1530 Hamp- ton Rd., Charleston, WV 25314 or phone 343-3716. 54TIt ANNUAL HOMECOMING Jumping Branch Tabernacle will be holding their 54th annualome- coming on Sun. Sept. 27th. Guest speaker will be Rev. Ben Peyton of Roanoke, Va. Special singers will be the Gospeletes - Rifle Family and our church singers. Morning Services will start at 10:45 A.M. and afternoon services will be at 2:00 P.M. There will be no evening services. Basket lunch at Senior Citizens Buidling. Please come celebrate with us. Rev. Elmo Alderman, Sr., Pastor. Seminar On Pan American Rivers The American Whitewater Affili- ation has announced the 1992 Con- servation Seminar On Pan Ameri- can Rivers, to be held Fri., Sept. 25, in Oak Hill, WV. The purpose ofthe seminar will be to (1) convene rec- reational groups on current events and (2) construct a unified strategy for addressing the management of these major river issues. "As our world becomes more inti- mate, we are realizing that issues in Chile or Northern Canada, at one time seemingly distant, are really in our back yard,  says Pope Barrow, AWA Conservation Director. River conservationists and river users need to work together with a common strategy and common goals. If we do, GET YOUR G.E.D.! LEARN TO READ BETTER! REVIVAL You are invited to attend our revival at Jumping Branch Taber- nacle, on Sept. 28th. thru Oct. 2nd. Speaker will be Rev. Ben Payted. Services will be held at 7:00 p.m. nightly. There will be special music nightly. Pastor Elmo Alderson invites everyone to attend. G.E.D. classes now being taught ! ! at Hinted Area: 6-9 PM Men.; Tal- DISPLAY A ,Christmas Around the Worl d. cott School: 5-8 PM Tues.; and display will be on exhibit at the Jumping Branch School: 5-8PM Thurs. Hinted City Hall on Oct. 2 and 5. The Retired Senior Volunteer Program is sponsoring the House of Lloyd display as a fund raiser. Come in and order your Christmas decora- tions from the RSVP Program. HINTON GIRL'S BASKETBALL Tues. Sept. 22 - 6:00 Jr. High vs Park, home. 7:30 Varsity vs Beckley, home. Thm's. Sept. 23- 1:00 Jr. High atGap Mills, home; 5:30 JV vs Green- brier East, away; 7:00 Varsity at G. East, away. Reading tutors available if you need one. Free materials! Free instruction! Call 466-4490 fro" infbrmation. OPEN CAR SHOW First Annual Shade Tree Nation- als Open Car Show will be held Sept. 26th. at Dry Hill - Prosperity Com- munity Center. Gates open at 9:00am. For information call RAY ADKINS 252-7759 or BUTCH CREWS 253-9377. we can have a real impact on deci- sions no being made which will affect rivers throughout the world." Along with this seminar, the AWA will host the U.S. Paddlesports Coalition meeting, the first since the initial meeting held last summer. Consersation Program Director. The Gauley Festival is the largest non- 7acing gathering ofwhitewater boat- ere in the U.S. Paddlesports Coalition members include: American Whitewater, American Canoe Association, Amer- ica Outdoors, National Association of Canoe Livery Outfitters, North American Paddlesports Association, Ohio Division of Watercraft and National Organization of River Sports. To obtain additional information, call Rich BoNers, AWA Conserva- tion Program Director at (301) 236- 0436. PIPESTEM DRIVE- IN RL 20 SPEEDWAY Ph. 384-7382 FLEA MKT EVERY SUNDAY ADM. FRI. - SAT. $3.50 PERSON SUN. $6.00 CAR LOAD Sept. 25-26-27 Pet Cemetery Two Rated R DIGGSTOWN Rated R BIYIONS Available For Sale. Hinted For Clinton buttons $2. See Democratic Women, Young Democrats, Sum- mers County Democratic Executive Committee, or at Dr. William Mathews office. Limited Supply. Master AlCeenaters Stetcees MAXIMUM PROTECTION AGAINST VISCOSITY ANO THERMAL BREAKDOWN Jr / / ! 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