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10 - Hinton News Tues. Sept. 25, 2012 REVIVAL MEETING Chestnut Grove Baptist Church will hold a revival 7 p.m. nightly from Oct. 1 thru Oct. 5. Mark Brandon will be the speaker. Pastor Allen and congregation inites everyone. NARVRE MEETING Retired Railroaders to meet. NARVRE Unit 100 will meet Tuesday, October 2 at 1:00 p.m at the Hinton Senior Center, Lower Level. Open discussion on issues affecting retiree's. Members are urged to attend. GOSPEL SING The Jumping Branch/Nimitz enior Citizens Community Center is hosting a Gospel Sing at the Denter Saturday, October 6 at 7 p.m. the Center is located behind the tabernacle Church and Jumping Branch/Nimitz Grade School on Route #3, between Jumping Branch & Nimitz,WV. "Brothers & Sisters of Bluegrass" from the Beaver Baptist Church, will be the guest singers. Bring a covered dish and come enjoy some good singing, food and fellowship! Everyone is welcome! DILAPIDATED STRUCTURES MEETING Everyone is invited to attend a dilapidated structures meeting on Tuesday, September 25, at 12 p.m. in the Summers Memorial Building Auditorium. This will be the first meeting with the newly appointed Enforcement Agency. Please contact Sarah Elswick at 304-466-7167 for more information. HOMECOMING A homecoming will be held at Pipestem Southern Baptist located midway between Pipestem State Park entrance and Hinton on Oct. 7 beginning at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited to join the congregation for a meeting of fellowship and special singing by The Crum Family Singers. Contact Roy Carter at P. O. Box 642, Hinton. POST OFFICE HOURS A public meeting will be held on Oct. 16 at the Conference Room at Pipestem State Park on 6:00 p.m. in regard to cutting the hours of operation for Pipestem Post Office. People are urged to attend to help keep hours of operation in order to provide continued good service to a growing community. It would be good to have 800 plus in attendance. Thank you, Pipestem Ruritan Club. Contact person: Charles Farley, HC 78 Box 253 B, 2645 Broadway Rd, Pipestem, WV. Phone: 304-466- 6327. HEALTH DEPARTMENT Sept. 25 - Food School 9:00 a.m. & 2:00 p.m. Please come 20 - 30 minutes early to fill out the necessary paper work and get TB Skin Test if needed. A Board of Health meeting is scheduled at the Summers County Health Department, located at 151 Pleasant Street, Thursday, September 27 at 10:00 a.m. This meeting is open to the public. If anyone would like to be placed on the agenda or has any questions concerning this meeting, please call the health department at 304-466- 3388. DILAPIDATED BUILDINGS Dilapidated Structures Meeting Everyone is invited to attend a dilapidated structures meeting on Tuesday, September 25 at 12 p.m. in the Summers Memorial Building Auditorium. This will be the first meeting with the newly appointed EnforcementAgency. Please contact Summers County VISTA Sarah Elswick at 304-466-7167 for more information. illillillillllillilllliliilililllllll Kroger Asking Customers to Check for Recalled Fresh Selections Spinach Items BEAN DINNER The GSDVFD Aux. will host a Bean Dinner with Music at the GSDVFD, Sandstone, WV October 6 from 4-7 p.m. Adults $6, Children 3-12 $3 and Children under three Free. All Politicians are Welcome. SPAGHETTI DINNER Trinity United Methodist Church, Talcott, will be having a Spaghetti Dinner on October 5, from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. Spaghetti, Salad, Bread, Drink and Dessert. Adults $6, Children 6 - 12 $4 and children under 6 eat free. Music by Johnny Jones. Door prizes from Jarrells Exxon, The Candle Shop and more. HOMECOMING SERVICE The Sandstone Missionary Baptist Church will be having their Homecoming on Sept. 30. We will be celebrating our 103rd birthday. Services will be as follows: Sunday School @ 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship Service @ 11:00 a.m. with Brother Larry Henderson speaking. Dinner will follow services in the Fellowship Building. There will be singing in the afternoon. Please plan to attend these services. Pastor Cecil Cox and Congregation will welcome you all. ALL 50's REUNION Hinton will be the site for Hinton High School's all 50's reunion during Railroad Days the weekend of October 19-21. Over 300 people are expected to attend the festivities which will conclude with a banquet at Pipestem State Park the evening of October 20. If you or someone you know graduated from Hinton High School in 1950 through 1959 and would like to attend, please call 466-2190 or 466-1783 by October 5th. FLU VACCINATIONS Flu Vaccinations for adults and children will be available at the Summers '' County Health Department beginning September 10. We will bill PEIA, Medicare, and Medicaid for adult flu shots. For those with other insurance or no insurance the cost will be no more than $14.49 and no less than $5.80 as it will be an income based fee. Vaccinations will be given every Monday and Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and I p.m. to 4 p.m. COMMUNITY EVENT Walk for Her Lifetime invites you to their 16th Annual Walk Event at Bellepoint Park on Saturday, October 6. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. with the Program beginning at 10:00 a.m. registration fee is only $10.00. All monies raised in Summers County stay in the County to aid breast cancer patients and those needing mammograms. See you at the park! HEALTH DEPARTMENT SERVICES Immunization clinics are held each Monday and Wednesday at the Summers County Health Department. Hours of operation are from 8 a.m. to 12 and 1p.m. to 4 p.m. During the month of August we will be open until 5 p.m. on Wednesday's in order to provide vaccinations for school entry. The Health Department has a program that provides free or reduced rates for pap smears and mammograms for women age 25-64 that are either un'insured or underinsured. Call 304-466-3388 for appointment or additional information. LOOKING FOR HHS CLASS OF "77" We need current addresses "for the following people, if you have any intbrmation please contact Denise Bennett 304-466-0677 or Robin Giles 304-731-3602. Sandra K Adkins, Myra Allen, Darlene Gross Bennett, Gayla Bowles, Kathy Bragg, Mike L. Buckland, Denzil Cadle, Michael Rae Cales, Jayme Hutchison Davis, Jess Dawson, Patty Deed, Douglas Franklin, Regina Howell Hill, Jerry Lilly, Kaleb Lively, Barbara Maddy, Cheryl Markland, James Martin, Sally McCormick, Andrew McMurry, Daniel McReynolds, Dale Mills, Patrick Noble, Tommy Pettry, John Richmond, Rebecca Romanello, Susan Saunders, Donna Breen Sparks, Clyde Steers, Terry Tallman, Anthony Jay Taylor, Jeri Martin Thomas, Ruby Meadows Wade, Doris Ward, Mary Lauretta Ward, Thomas Ward, Loretta Darlene Wills, Robert Wills, Sherry Gill Wills. VACCINE If you are between the ages of 19, and 26, with or without insurance, and interested in receiving the Gardisil/HPV vaccine please call the health department at 304-466-33B8. In all that surrounds him the egotist sees only the frame of his own portrait. --J. Petit-Senn Kroger's Mid-Atlantic Region is asking customers to check their refrigerators for certain Kroger Fresh Selections Tender Spinach 10 ounce packages with a "best if used by" date of September 16. The product, supplied by New Star Fresh Foods, LLC, is being recalled because the product may contain Listeria monocytogenes. Customers should return the items to stores for a full refund or a replacement. Customers can visit www.kroger.com/recall for more information. The Mid-Atlantic region includes Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and the eastern portions of Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio. Kroger has removed affected items from store shelves and nitiated its customer recall notification system. Customers who may have purchased the affected products will receive register receipt messages and/or automated phone calls. Kroger is also placing signs in stores in produce departments. Kroger is asking customers to carefully check their refrigerators for this recalled Fresh Selections product because it may contain Listeria monocytogenes. Any opened or unopened products included in this recall should not be consumed and should be returned by customers to their local Kroger store for a full refund or replacement. Listeria monocytogenes, if eaten, could result in severe illness to those individuals who are pregnant or have a weakened immune system. Customers with additional questions can contact 1-800- KROGERS. Kroger operates 122 stores in the Mid-Atlantic region, based in Roanoke. The Mid-Atlantic region includes Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and the eastern portions of Tennessee,Kentucky and Ohio. Paid Political Advertising ELECT ROY COOPER FOR W Va House of Delegates . Pol. ad paid by Roy Cooper Summers County .Humane Society Presents: The Prettiest Pet Contest To be held during Hinton's An.qual Railroad Days Celebration October 20, 21, 27 & 28 Enter by sending a 4x6 color photo along with your name, your pet's name, a telephone number where you may be reached, a brief description of your pet and the $5.00 entry fee per submission to: Have your pet micro- chipped!!!! Bring your pet to our table during railroad days and for $20.00 get added protection if your pet is ever lost or stolen. Prettiest Pet Contest c/o ACWP E O Box 236 Hinton, WV 25951 OR Email your entry to: acwp @ acwp-wv.org Then visit our website at: www.acwp-wv.org and pay your entry fee via paypal Deadline for entry is Oct. 15, 2012 Trophies will be awarded for: Best Pet Overall Prettiest Dog, Prettiest Cat, and Best Group. Here's your chance to show off your beautiful birds, pretty pigs, terrific turtles, or any .other great pet you may have!!! From Page 6 4-H Annual Obituaries Achievement including his special aunt, Jan Day. October is an exciting time for Summers County 4-H! 4-H is the largest youth development organization in West Virginia and our nation. Nearly one-in-four West Virginia youth belong to the 4-H program. 4-H focuses on positive youth development and promotes hands-on skill building experiences, leadership, citizenship and healthy lifestyles. On October 7, Summers County 4-H will hold its annual Achievement Day where 4-H members are recaized for their accomplishments of the past year. This will be held at 2:00 in the' Memorial Building Auditorium. 4- H members and their families are encouraged to attend. : The new enrollment year for 4-H also begins in October! 4-H is open to any youth ages 9-21. This is a great time to join a club or even start a new one! Summers County 4-H is always looking for volunteers who would be interested in being a club leader or a volunteer with an existing club. Caring adult mentors help 4-H youths make positive decisions, build self-confidence, learn responsibility and improve their communities. For information on how to join a 4-H club or how to become a leader or volunteer, please contact Lesley Woodrum at the Summers County Extension Office at 304-466-7113 or Lesley.Woodrum@mail.wvu.edu. Notice MISSING CLASSMATES The Hinton High School Class of 1962 is looking for the following classmates for their 50th year class reunion to be held October 19 and 20, 2012. Please contact Tom or Carolyn Fitzsimmons at (304) 466- 4654 if you have any information as to how we can contact them. Phyllis Adkins, Bobby Argabright, Ruby Jo Graham, Leoma Eva Keaton, Larry McBride, Violet Meador, Donnie Meadows, Deloris Pack, Marsha Turner. Any student who was ever in the Hinton High School Class of 1962 is invited to attend their reunion even if they did not graduate with the Plumley of Hinten of special uncle, Robert Wills of Madams Creek. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, September 21, 2012 at Pivont Funeral Home Chapel in Hinton with Chaplin Charlie Lilly and Pastor Roy Carter officiating. Burial followed in Restwood Memorial Gardens in Hinton. Friends callrf from 6 until 9 p.m. Thursday evening, September 20 at the funeral home. Pallbearers were Jimmy's colleagues at Beckley Fire Department; Johnny Mann, Donnie Morgan, Ed Wills, Stuart Scott, Mike Atterson and Chris Graham. Online condolences & guest register at www.pivontfuneralhome. corn Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton, WV NOTICE Hinton Area Foundation will host an "After 5 Wine & Cheese" at the Inn at Courthouse Square from 5:00 - 7:00 on Tuesday, October 2. Cost: $25.00 per person. Tickets available from any board member or purchased at the door. ALL FESTIVAL The Burlington United Methodist Family Service, Inc., will be having a Fall Festival in Oct. Anyone having pumpki'ns to donate please call Burlington at 304- 252-8508 or Ray Rudisill at 304-466- L427. SUMMERS MIDDLE SCH( OPEN-HOUSF_ECHNOLOG NIGHT Summers Middle School will hdst an Open-Houseflchnology Nigh bn September 25, from 3:30 - 5:30:Tills will be a time for parents/guardians to come and meet the staff, tourlthe building, and learn about the tpes of technology the students have access to at SMS. Mrs. Amy Smith will be doing presentations showing how students use the pieces of equipment and some educational programs that dre available. During the Open-HouSe, parents/guardians will be able to get an Edline account so that you are able to see your child's grade .ahd receive info from their teache}s/ school.  - From Page 4- Energy Project with an abundance of citizens wlio care deeply about the future sustainability of their community and the people living in it," shared Miss Durant. "The opportunities for community development through the center are endless, and with renewable energy powering the Way, very cost effective. I look forward to seeing a sustainable Alderson.  o *** I don't answer the phone. I get the feeling whenever I do that there will be someone on the other end. Fred Couples I Paid Political Advertising Hi my name is Jeff Lyon your candidate for Summers County Commissioner. In this picture you will see another reason I want to be your county commissioner. Not only do I want to work for you the people of Summers County, but also the animals of Summers County. In this picture you have Rocky, Cocoa, and Weinie all which have been rescued and adopted by my wife and I. 1 look forward to working with ACWP to try and get an Animal Shelter up and running for Summer: County. It will take baby steps, but it can be done. I Ask For Your Vote November 6, 2012 Thank You! More to come! Pol. ad paid by Jeff Lyon lhe l00itz Theatre Digital Cinema & Performing Arts This WeekeHd dt The I00itzt Lawless Rated R Playing September 28, 29 & 30 JUST $4! -4 PM Sat & Sun -JUST $4! NEW TIME - 7 PM Fri & Sat - NEW TIME Only $5 Senior & Student $6 Adult Coming soon! 2016: OBAMA'S AMERICA HOUSE ATTHE END OFTHE STREET TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA  October S, 6 & 7 October 12, 13 & 14 October 19, 20 & 21 October 26, 27 & 28