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2 - Hinton News Tues. Oct. 3, 2017 More and More People are Reading our Newspaper I. Because a recent survey found that The HINTON NEWS is the favored source for three out of five for local news and advertising items. Save $$$. Call 1 I I I I Monday through Friday, or send this coupon to the address below and we will bill you for your 52 week subscriPtion. Name Address (pleaSe print) L City. State TEAR & MAIL TO: THE HINTON NEWS P, O. BOX 1000 HINTON, WV 25951 ,I I I I I I ___1 Precinct List - Summers County Per No Polling Place Address ,Municipal Ward Con Del Scn Magst, Con Dst, Del Dst, Sen Dst, Magst Dst 01 Forest Hill VFD, 16166 SR 12, Forest Hill WV, 24935 0003, 0028, 0010 :. Greenbrier River 04 West End-City Garage, 1800 Temple Street, Hinton WV 25951, 0003, 0028, 0010 New River 04A West End City Garage, 1800 Temple Street Hinton WV, 0003,0028, 010 New River 07 CityHall- Hinton Technology Center, 3 0 1 Summers Street, Hinton WV 25951 0003, 0028, 0010 Bluestone Letter to the Editor The afternoon of June 23, 2016 Camp Summers took a devastating blow. The flood brought ravaging waters through our buildings and left much in its wake including damages totaling more than $450,000. Thankfully due to the volunteer actions 6f many, your donations and our insurance, we were able to piece the camp back together in time for the rest of the camping season. This included major repairs to Girls Cabin #1, replacing the footbridge, fencing, refrigeration units, mattresses and more. While we were able to open the camp again, our aging pool sustained damages that continued to deteriorate it. If we cannot fix By Roy Long When Private Cars Were didn't try to keep it a secret that service, U. S. Presidents could ride Status Symbols of Rail Brass. owning a private car was an in a special kind of private car Reprint from The Train expensive proposition. "The only designed to provide them with Dispatcher by permission, thing that's economical about out maximum security in wartime by High iron devotees with a special car," she once told reporters, "is the the Association of American interest in railroads as they were at solid gold plumbing. It saves Railroads. This car, the Ferdinand the turn of the century can get a polishing, you know." Magellan, was a veritable fortress close-up look at a lush relic from the Aboard the Rambler, private car on wheels, practically accident and elegant erain many of the railroad of Henry Flagler, oil and railassassination proof, and was so museums throughout the country, magnate, g01d and marble fixtures strong that even a large charge of Not only were these ornate "rolling dazzled the guests, who were dynamite beneath it would not move homes" used by high officials on the attended by liveried footmen. On it from its tracks. Despite such railroads to travel the lines over Sundays, religious services were impregnable features as doors which they had supervision, but the conducted en route, with a parlor similar to those used on bank vaults, early years of the present century organ providing appropriate music, the car contained four bedrooms, a was a period when private railway To encourage and promote the use dining room with pantry and cars were used by freewheeling of private cars, railroads employed kitchen, a comfortable lounge, millionaires for ostentatious the same type ofcar as business cars carpeted floors, and other luxurious displays of wealth, for their officials in much the same appointments. Diamond Jim Brady rode in a car way as present-day business leaders Like presidents of the big Class 1 as dazzling as the precious stones travel in well appointed private roads, the men who ran the smaller he wore. William C. Whitney, airplanes. These official or lines often traveled in style in plush Cornelius Vanderbilt, Solomon "business" cars had additionalbusiness cars which the line owned Guggenheim, J. P. Morgan and equipment of speedometers, and operated tolendit prestige. scores of other wealthy men of their powerful undercarriage lights for The West Virginia Central and era traveled in private cars. illuminating the tracks and right of Pittsburgh Railway, a 70-mile-long These rolling retreats boasted way for night inspections and other line running between Piedmont and such opulent features as bathtubs devices to aid railroad officials in Elkins, W. VA., claimed two private made of Italian marble, crystal their work. On some railroads, in the cars, one owned by the road and chandeliers, ornate mirrors heyday of the rails, some lesser used by its president and the other imported from distance countries, officials were provided with less the property of a wealthy member wood-burning fireplaces, and "wine expensive "business" cars. of the board. The latter car was cellars." One private car had a small The private cars of wealthy non- fashioned in mahogany and mushroom cellar attached to its railroaders were sometimes used for displayed such magnificent touches undercarriage, business purposes. Important as inlaid woodwork, silk portieres, English butlers and French chefs conferences were often held in the and fringed drapes. In fact, at the staffed by Jay Gould's La Rabida. cars, many of which carried beginning of the present century, Gould, who was sometimes laid low executive offices and libraries, private and business cars rolled by dyspepsia kept a cow in the Telephones enables touring tycoons elegantly and numerously on baggage car so that fresh milk could to pursue business transactions railroads from the smallest to the be always available, without leaving the private car. largest in almost every part of the Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury, From 1942, when it was built, country. mistress of one of the "rolling villas" until 1959, when it was retired from p WALK FOR HER LIFETIME The Walk for Her Lifetime Committee will hold its Annual Walk Event at Bellepoint Park on October 7, 2017. Pre-registration fee is $15.00 which also guarantees you a free t-shirt in your size. Preregistration forms can be found on Walk for Her Lifetime's Facebook page or you can get one from a Committee Member. The cutoffdate is September 17th at noon. You can also find them at Stacy Ford's office in the Memorial Building. The registration fee the day of the walk will be $20.00. We cannot guarantee you a shirt if you don~ pre-register. If we have a few left we will give them away on a first come first served basis the day of the walk. Remember, all the money raised at this event stays in Summer~ County for our residents who need a mammogram and cannot afford one or who needs financial assistance for the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. See you at the park! 2017 CHRISTMAS WALK Walk thru the historic Churches of Hinton as you remember and ponder the meaning of Christmas. This year's walk will be on Saturday, December 9, starting at 6 p.m. FALL REVIVAL Fall Revival Services will be held October 1-4 at the Pence Springs Community Church 7:00 p.m. Speaker: Robbie Merrltt. Pastor Roger Persinger and the Congregation invites everyone to attend. OFFICE HOURS Hinton News is open " Monday thru Thursday Business Hours: Mon, & Tue,: 9 am to 4 pm, Wed.: 9 am to 12 pm, Thurs.: 9 am to 4 pm, -. Ii Main Street Care Certified nursing assistant applications being accepted Now accepting pr'.wate pay and Medicaid residents River them soon, we will be required to i 09 . H!ntonArea E!em. School, close the pool for 2018. Our pool A small nursing home located 21 FAI~I~ Avenue, Hznton WV buildir.g has developed a serious on 3rd floor of summers 25951 0003, 0028, 0010 crack that covers 56 ~et and pool county hospital. ..... , ............. A:i 66-601 11 Bellepoint-LifelineChurch, deteriorate which is a perilous 505 Stokes Drive, HintonWV0003, z:. ........... hazard. To.~add to our problem, Iflfl[ ~iII I:iiil~ 0028, 0010 Greenbrier River 12 Upland SCVFD Substation, 3737 Elk Kneb Road, Hinton WV 25951 0003, 0028, 0010 Greenbrier River 13 Summers Co. Hospital Conference Room, 1500 Terrace Street, Hinten WV 25951 0003, 0028, 0010, Greenbrier River 15 Lick Creek Baptist Fellowship Hall, 13105 N Sr. 20 Meadow Bridge WV, 25976 0003, 0028, 0010 New River 17 Green Sulphur Dist. 63 River Road Sandstone WV, 25985 0003, 0028, 0010 New River 22 Jumping Branch School, 6617 Beech Run Road, Jumping Branch, WV 25969 0003, 0028, 0010 Bluestone River 23 White Oak-Jumping BR. School, Beech Run ~ Jumping Branch WV, 25969 0003,0028,0010 Bluestone River 26 Madams Creek MT. Olivet Church, 2298 Madams Creek Road, Hinton WV, 25951 0003, 0028, 0010 :Bluestone River 27 Pipestem VOL. Fire Department, 229 Broadway Road, Pipestem WV, 25979 0003 0028 0010 Bluestone River 30 Talcott School 1 3 3 Talcott School RD. Talcott WV, 24981 0003, 0028, 0010 Greenbrier River 32 Pence Springs Airport Office, 113 Airport Drive Pence Springs WV, 24962 0003, 0042 ,0010 New River WALK FOR HER LIFETIME CONTEST Did you know WFHL has 2 contest at every walk event? This year the Event is on Saturday, October 7. Every year we give out trophies to the group or organization who has the most people present and a trophy to the group that raises the most money. You also get bragging rights for the whole year. Let's get a little fun competition going. Get your group together and register as a group walk. Pre- registration forms are on our Facebook page, at the WVU Extension Office, Grandma's House, and Southern Roots Beauty Shop. Pre-registration is $15 which includes a free _~-~birt and registration ~ ~-~ ~ is $20. Money rai~:~ple in Summers Covnty with breast cancer get a diagnosis and/or treatment financial aid. our pool does not meet the ADA or ANSI/INSPI safety requirements. We have been advised that the best way to deal with these multiple issues is to build a new pool. At this time, we anticipate the cost of a new pool facility to be $250,000. Thanks to FEMA and some generous donors, we have been able to raise 75% of the funds needed; however, we will still need to raise $60,000 quickly to have the pool ready by spring. That's why I'm writing today. As you probably are aware, our beautiful, historic camp is the property of Summers County and managed on a very tight budget. We will need to raise the final needed funds or else enter debt service for a loan, which we simply cannot afford. While the camp has endured some dark days during and after the horrific flood, the life lessons and leadership skills that make up the programming at Camp Summers were not lost. Out of the darkness many happy times have followed and our campers have made memories that a flood cannot erase! We know many of you have experienced the light Camp Summers brings. Whether at church camp, band camp, reunions, or 4-H camp, Camp Summers is a place near and dear to all of us. Several of you gave your time and your donations when we reopened in 2016, and for that we'll always be grateful. It's our hope to carry that momentum forward and finish the flood damage repairs with a new pool that all can enjoy. I hope you will share this letter with anyone you think may be interested in helping us raise funds for our pool! Thank you so much for all you have done to support our camp! Sincerely, Sandy Turner Director (304)673-9659 campsummers@gmail.com website: campsummerswv.com P.S. Donations can be made to: Hinton Area Foundation/Camp Summers Improvement Fund, P. O. Box 217, Hinton, WV 25951. CAR SHOW The Talcott Fire Dept. will be having a car show in conjunction with their Annual Pig Roast October 14th. The show will be from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Registration is from 10:30 a.m. to 1 1:30 a.m, and the fee is $10. Contact Jackie for more information 304-661-0322. Pig Roast will be 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Horseshoe located in the middle Course Meal. Each course prepared of the beautiful Monongahela and presented by renowned Chefs: National Forest operated by ,the Jay Mahoney of Pierpont Culinary Ohio-West Virginia Youth School, Mimi Keebler of LaFontaine Leadership Association. Bakery, and Jon Bush of Tuscan Horseshoe announces a Farm-to- Grille. Table Dinner Fundraiser, Saturday, An auction of various handmade October 14, 2017 to be held from 5:00 items including a Quilt made by the p.m. - 9:00 p,m. Horseshoe Heritage Arts Quilt Come join friends and neighbors Retreat attendees, a replica of an old of Horseshoe in the chestnut paneled hardwood (cherry) Sitting Bench dining hall for a delicious Five from the 1700's made by Mark REVIVAL MEETING NOTICE " Revival Meeting at Chestnut SUMMERS COUNTY ARH Grove Baptist Church. October 2 Auxiliary Gift Shop now has RADA through 5 at 7:00 p.m. nightly. PRODUCTS for sale. Hours are: Speaker: Pastor Mark Brandon. Mon.- Fri. 8:30 a.m,- 3:00 p.m. Sun. Pastor Allen and congregation 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. " invites you to attend. "Your Full-Service Service Station" 466-0133 For Pay At the Pump Gas & Diesel Fuel ,4I TIRES." FREE MOUNT FREE BALJINCE FREE TIRE VALVES BRAKE SPECIAL: FRONT PADS ONLY LIFE liME WARRAIWY WEAREI/ER GOLD $69.95 WAGNER $79.95 COMPUTER SCAN Mechanic Nick Connell We're drivers too. Have a plumbingpr0blem? Calll D0nnie Zimmerman for quick, efficient, friendy service anytime, any day. 304-222-2630 Licensed Master Plumber Warner and numerous Basket Collections. Information is available by calling 304-478-2481 or e-mail Regina Phillips, regina@yla- youthleadership.org $50 per person. RSVP to the Horseshoe Leadership Center. For more information visit our web site at: https:/lyla youthleadership.org/students-yla- camp-horseshoe/#F2TInfo LETTERS POLICY Letters are welcome, but no more than one letter each month will be accepted from the same writer. Preference will be given to letters of 300 words or less. Longer letters may be shortened or rejected. Letters must be signed and must include an address and phone number. The telephone number will not be published. Letters by E-mail will not be accepted unless followed up with a signed letter. Letters will be edited for grammar, spelling, taste, syntax, and libel. Names will not be withheld. Address them to Letters to the Editor, P. O. Box 1000, Hinton, WV 25951. 1 ORiClAL BALLOT- . Ballot on Constitutional Amendmg. l for from the annual state t and construction of , the issuance of bonds not to be paid FOR THE AMENDMENT