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r----.:, .......... alto I Name , , , &apos; ' " ' " -i . State . ,, I Cnt • ,, -, ,-,--  '"" Lip oae..  , , ,,,.' Jmm I  Ee¢lmd Rnd, lit a 1-Ii1, sallscriptipn to the I Hintom Rrws,.Poflllroquirl/pnymeu! in advance i I MAIL TO:HE HINTON'NEWS, l P.O.D 1000, Hinton WV 25951 | • v I I L ..... ._ ..... HAIL IT IN TODAY! Area Obituaries COX Opal Florence Cox, 62, of Meadow Creek died September 29, 1982 in the West Virginia Medical Center at Morgantown Born in Summers County on May 8, 1920, she was .a dau- ghter of the late John W. Bow- lea and Lola Florence Bowles. She was a housewife and a member of the Sandstone Bap- tist Church. Survivors include her husb- and, Robert (Bob) COx of Meadow Creek; three brothers, Raymond Bowles and Jack Bowles of Meadow Bridge; At- vie Bowles of Green Sulphur; one half brother, Beulah Bow- les of Indiana; three sisters, Mrs. Mable McCoin of Mea- dow Bridge; Mrs. Ruth Evans of Newport News, Va.; and Mrs. Shirley Gwinn of Sand- stone. Burial was held October 2 at II:00 a.m. in the Richmond Cemetery at Sandstone with the key. C.H. Martin and George Cook officiating. The body was at the E.M. Meadows Funeral Home in Hinton. BUCKLAND Charles E. "Chick" Buckland 58, of Hinton, died Wednesday October 6 in the Summers Branch, she was a daughter of ' the late William J. and Julia Craft. Miss Craft was a registered nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in Bluefield where she was sup- ervisor of nurses and a grad- uate of Hinton Hospital School of Nursing. Her sister, Viola Mac Tread- way, died in Sept. 1982. Survivors include a sister, Nora Ferguson of Mt. Hope and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services were held Saturday October 9 at II a.m. at the Marstella Cemetery at Packs Branch with the Roy. Phil Strauss officiating. The body was at the Tyree Funeral Home in Mt. Hope. DEWS Mrs. Kenova Wilt Dews, 89, died Monday October 4 in a Beckley hospital after a long illness. Born Feb. 20, 1893, in Lou- isa, Ky., she was a daughter of the late Edward and Araminta Tritney Stafford. Mrs. Dews was a Baptist. , Her husband, Joseph Dews, and two daughters, Preceded her in death. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Charles ( Tommy Jane ) Lowe, Jr. of Forest Hill; a brother, Bill Stafford Qf Calif- Couniy Hospital. He was born in Hinton and was a retired C & O Railway employee. He was a veteran of World War II and a member of the VFW and Brotherhood of ta)comotive Engineers. Surviving: wife, Thelma Cook Buckland; son, Russell of Hinton; daughter, Mrs. Sandra Feamster of Hinton; two grandchildren. Services were held Sat0rday October 9 at 11 a.m. at the E.M. Meadows Funeral Home in Hin- ton with the Rev. Bruce Cre- swell officiating. Burial folio- wed in the Greenbrier Burial Park in Hinton. Pallbearers were Clyde Ri- chmond, Frank Brummitt, Ji-, ggs Brummitt, Jimmy Willi- ams, Stan Newton, and Tommy Adkins. TRAIL Harvey Saul Trail, 72, died Tuesday October 5 in a Hin- ton hospital of natural caus- es. Born April 10, 1910, at Ecc- les, he was a son of the late James and Victoria Clay Trail. Mr. Trail was a retired coal miner and a member of the Lick Creek Baptist Church at Green Sulphur Springs. Survivors inlcude his wife, Nina Burdette Trail; five dau- ghters, Mrs. John ( Gaythal- eel Skaggs of West Plains, Me., Mrs. Lonnie (Jean) Siffers, Marie Hatless and Mrs. Bert ( Debbie) Haynes, all of Meadow Bridge and Mrs. Robert ( San- dy) Montgomery of Grassy Meadows) six sons, Harvey ( Butch) Trail of Meadow Bri- dge, Staff Sgt. (Robert) Bob Trail of Fort Bragg, N.C., Staff Sgt. Donald (Rusty) Trail of Fort Jackson, S.C., Gary and Steve Trail, both of Green Sulphur Springs and James ( Jimmy) Trail of Bellwood; a sister, Laura Thatcher of Be- ckley; two brothers, Ted Trail , ornia; four grandchildren and five great - grandchildren. Services were held Wednes- day October 6 at 2 p.m. at the Broyles Funeral Home chapel in Peterstown with the key. Marion Ripley officiating. Bur- ial followed in the Peterstown Cemetery. HAYES David Leroy Hayes, 46 of Killian, Texas died Saturday October 9 in the army hospital in Fort Hood, Texas. Born in Hinton in 1936 he was a 23 year veteran of the army. -- Survivors include his wife, Mary Anna Simmons Hayes; two sons, David and Ernest, both of Killian, Texas; two bro- thers, John of Columbus, Ohio ; William Hayes of St. Albans; two sisters, Nancy Harem of Point Pleasant and Nedra Ch- attin of Lewisburg. Funeral services were held in Texas and burial followed in the National Cemetery in San Anton, Texas. GRIMMETT Emerson Azel Grimmett, 64, died Sunday October 10 in a Beckley hospital after a short illness. Born June 22, 1918, at lowell, he was a son of the late William Baxter and Nelsie Fox Grimm- ett. Mr. Grimmett was a retired coal miner, and a veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Wanda Plumbley Grimmett; two sons, Hershel and Larry Grimmeit, both of lowell; two daughters, Lois Ward of Hicks, and Linda Burdette of Upland; four sisters, Mamie Bennett'Of Judson, Cleo Hoover and Lena Kinder, beth of Wharton, and Claudia Farley of Heinz, and nine grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Elk Knob Baptist Church with the Revs. Olen Grimmett and Perry H. + of Coal City and Grever Trail, • Grimmett officiating. Burial of Beaver; 19 grandchildren "will be in the Elk Knob Ch- and two step grandchildren; urch Cemetery. three gat - grandchildren and four step great - grandchild- ren. Services were held Saturday October 9 at 2 p.m. at the Lick Creek Baptist Church with the Revs. C.H. Martin, Homer EI- kins and Bill Fox officiating. Burial followed in the Hailed- an Cemetery at Green Sulphur The body will be taken to the residence TueSday October i2 where friends may call after 4 p.m. and at the church one hour prior to services. Pallbearers will be Steve and Milam Boone, Ashley Bennett, Bruce Calvin McAlpin, and Emerson Grimmett. E.M. Meadows Funeral Springs. • Home in Hinton is in charge of Miss Agnes Rebecca Craft, 63, died Wednesday October 6 Subscribe at home apparently of a heart attack. Born May 6. 1919, at Packs t People, Places • o • Thlng00 By Frederick D. Long i. The merger of the eities of will be absnlutely at the mercy Avis and ltinton created quite a of the autocrats of Hinton. stir in 1927 when it was decided They say we will have two to include the village of Belle-. councilmen; two out of fourteen will have how much authority? ,,,, i point within the new boundary lines of the corporate limits of Hinton. This circular, reproduced here, shows at least one per- sons opinion about the merger and should prove interesting to the readers of this column. THE BELLEPOINT MERGER ALLEN Mrs. India Allen, 89, died Flat Rock has been heard Saturday October 9 at 1:05 a.m. from, and I desire to say a word in a Ronceverte nursing home for Bellepoint. There has been after a long illness, some Hinton people very Born June 8, 1893 at Marie, anxious, for some reason, to she was a daughter of the late induce the Bellepoint citizens to Henry J. and Laura Belle Hay- agree to come into a merger with Hinton and Avis. We have maker Light. Mrs. Allen was a lifelong good reason for our desiring not resident of Summers County to enter into this combination. and a member of .the Mt. The Bellepoint citizens ought to Pisgah United Methodist be capable of deciding for themselves. It has been repre- Church. She was preceded in death by sented to them that there was her husband, Grover C. Allen in only an indebtedness against December 1959; a son, James Hinton of $59,000.00 and Allen, and a daughter, Clarice ,$6,000.00 against Avis. They Allen. always omit to mention the Survivors include seven $150,000.00 of bonds against the daughters, Wanda Stricker,.. Independent School District• Emma Massie, Laura Jane They tell us we will have Conner, Evelyn Allen, Mary better water service. What Lou Masson, all of Baltimore, have these Hinton gentlemen Md., Barbara Stennett of Camp done to aid us in securing water Springs, Md. and India ( Pe- service? Some of the loudest psie) Brown of Hinton; two talkers do not even patronize sons, Grover Allen Jr. of Hill- the Bellepoint water service dale ( with whome she had which has been maintained by made her home for the past patrotic citizens of that corn- several years) and John H. munity for 14 years without a Allen of Washington, D.C.; cent of profit to themselves, three brothers, James Light, and the people of Bellepoint Fred Light and Bill Light, all of appreciate and are making no Marie; three sisters, Reba Gee- complaint. dno of Miami, Fla,' Nell Bel- They complain of our lights; chef of Charleston and Deta has Hinton or Avis done any- Welder of Marie; 10 grandch- thing to secure us lights? A ildren and 14 grea( - grand- contract for lighting was made children, by our citizens and they can Services were held Monday secure under our contract the October I0 at 2 p.m. in the lights they desire. Ronald Meadows Funeral Par- They say our cows will not be lors at Hinton with the Rovs. stopped from running at large Dana Stalnaker and Charles and that we can keep all the Dameron officiating. Burial hog pens we want. followed in the Mount Vista They say our taxes will not be increased. Cemetery near Talcott. Pallbearers were Doug Cr- They say they will not de- aft, BOb Fix, Joe Meadows, prive us of our school facilities. H.A. Mann, Benny Boone El- They say that we will have dridge Ellison and Don De Witt. sidewalks; who will pay for them? Continued on page 7 They say we will have paved ' streets; who is authorized to make these statements? When we become a part of Hinton we i Mr. Robert (Bob) Cox wishes to thank friends for 1 the flowers, food and cards that he received during 1 the death of his wife Opal Cox. Also would like to thank the W. Va. University l I Hospital, duelers, Pastor C.H. Martin and George t Pete Cook. ' 1 • .   • i l ill I i i The Truth About Cock-roaches They say our insurance will be decreased and our insurable Values increased, and we say the rates will be increased long before there is any merger. Before there is any change in insurance there will have to be hydrants and water proiection installed, and who is going to provide it and pay for it? If this merger takes place it will stretch practically to Tug Creek and Flat Rock---certain- ly Flat Rock on which there is a steadfast eye to include, as well as Bellepoint ; thence including the mountains of Hepsedam and Keatley's Prings, thence to the upper bridge so as to include Peavine Hollow, thence around about Grant Myers' domocile; thence to New River. That territory will be greater Hinton and will dernand police protection on all the mnuntains within all that territory. The people of Bellepoint are satisfied. What there has been done for Bellepoinl has been done by its citizens. Now that it looks to the "wise men from the east," that Bellepoint has a future after so many years they want to involve it in nmre bond issues and it will not be sixty days after a merger should be passed, if such all iniquity should be permitted, until such a bond issue is proposed. Hinton lives on bonds and t axes. Within the past two years the Lincoln School Building, th& and How To Rid Yourself Of THEM - THE EASY WAY. It is not a sin to have roaches. The sin is *to keep them. If you have them (roaches) you Have done every thing like spraying, bombing, etc. with awful smelling stuff; and you still have roaches. The truth is that you can now use " ROACH PRUFE", only ONE application, which is odorless, spread it around baseboards and where they crawl, only ONE time; and in only two to four weeks you will not see any cock - roaches again. I have been through the mill in several different houses, and finally found an easy way to rid our home of roaches. I call it the "MIRACLE" for roach- riddance. Use it in new construction and yon will,never • have roaches. Sold in one pound cons'for an 8 room honpe $10.00 tax included. phone 466 - 0805. Be a good neighbor, tell your friends about "ROACH PRUFE" Just spread around in out of the way places where it wont be disturbed in cleaning and, leave it be, it will do the work, and you won have roacheS anymore. The tth ,.. Whyis L ' ' ROACH PRUFE" not in super- markets - well, as stated above. " one appIlcatlon", they have no repeat sales. C.B. Rushford HlntOn WV 25951 - 0145 , .... , . .n . i I i i |li i , q* addition to the splendid high school, and tile west end build- ing have all been constructed in Hinton and from money which Bellepoint is helping to pay. One of the " wise men" said that Avis had nothing but ahay loft for a school building. Lest he forget, I call his attention to the Greenbrier school building which is in Avis, although liinton may claim it. Bobby Keller, one of the wise boys, says that if we do not cnnle ill he will see that Belle- point is left nut of schools. Is Bobby the Legislature? Suppose Bobby did cut Belle- point out <If schools and the cilildren of Bellepl)int turned h)ose tO become savages and illiterale, dims he think that his efforts would have that effect? No power on earth Call prevent Bellepoinl, if il is nol included in this merger, frl)m having the sanle schools that olher parts of Greenbrier District receive of eight monttls out of tbe year. 'l'tmy say we shall have no more improvenmnts ill our school buildings" Ihere is a higher power in tiffs land Ihan the Board of Educalilm of the hldependent Scho[)l District. altimugh one member of it may be our llear sheriff two years hence, It is n<)t to tile interest of Bellepoint to be included in this nlerger. When tilts prl>posilion was firsl nlenlitmed there was nol a living human within all Ihe terril<)ry elf Bellepoint in faw)r nf it bul for reasons the)' have changed. When they state tile reasons for tile flop, what are they? l)r. Van Sanl tried to give a few, but those reasons were apparent at the begin- i nind. Was Bellepoint eonsulted a- i bout the merger? They had a joint committee of Avis and Hinton citizens• Was Bellepoint permitted to participate? Has the proposed merger bill been submitted to any citizen of Bellepoint for examination? If so, who, when and where? They say that if we are not taken in we will go to grass. We i have been in grass for lo these many years and what has these Hinton statemen done to get us out of it? The people of Bellepoint de- ! sire to be left alone; they are I patriotic, they are enterprising, the most of them own their own homes and they are working by the day to pay for them. They do not believe that they should increase their burdens at this time, and especially pay taxes without a representation. I was taught something of this when I went to school, Mr. Editor, I do not suppose you will publish this, but if you :J and ,-barge me the same rates cl. "t to other co,'. responde., s ,ld l e/lnarks pub- lished in your vav, er ceatcqrning this merger business, I will foot the bill. W. !t. BALLAhD P. S. ---The above was present- ed to the Daily News and it had invited the views of the Belle- point people, but behold the "Daily News" refused to pub- lish it and I, therefore, have ! ' what I have to say by this circular as we cannot get a I hearing through the Hinton • How is this for co-i paper. :)peration? W. H. BALLARD. i Ladies Auxiliary To Veterans of World War I The Summers County Ladies Auxiliary to tile Veterans of World War I Barracks No. 3336 held their regular nmnthly meeting at 2:00 P.M. at the Memorial Building The meeting was called to order by the president, Miss Ltelen Turman. The meeting was opened with prayer by chaplin Mrs. Mable Meador and the pledge to tile Ameri- call Flag by Mrs. Margarite lliggenbotham. Minules of the September meeting was read and approv- ed, followed by  inspecti(m of dues, cards. The sick and shul - ins were drive. #3597 Servicemen :", .h'flre3 il Silers. s.u ,;f ,, and liar .1(1 I,, Sifcrs ,,f I , r t Mca<l,+x l{x'ictge \\;%. ',  tl;IS (',.Hit)lc cd .I racked - , ,clt' I't+p;.lh ' c,urse a I Ab- ,h'eT, I'r..ving (r,,und, Md. h 'Lll'lli I ,' C .llrSC. SU( len{s ., t,.,. rained ,. re|);dr engines, I Meet remembered with car. Ai:' memorial service was held for Mrs. Lorene Eckle. Our State President,,Mrs.i . Carlus Brown will visit our: November meeting. Refresh- ments will be served• The  i auxiliary had a letter from i Mrs. Daisy Montgomery who! lives in Florida. The meetingl closed with prayer by chaplin. Those attending were : Miss i Helen Turman, Mrs. Alethai Kincaid, Mrs. Elhel Turman, i Mrs. Lula itume, Mrs. Marg, arite HiggenbothanL Mrs. Ma-, : ble Meador, Mrs. Cryst61 Mo- rgan. In The News ,l:s.dssi,,ns. and !he fuel,i . ,., ,'ical and hydrau],ic sy-: , l m,' ' rucked ,v:,s ,t ne ,.n.: • ! ',,'+'lrh'.'., They atli:lrned to i., , 1'11£ i'ec, ,,'cry ,iperwions , .,ha:ldlled damaged, dis- ' :dried ,r mired vehicles. Truman L. yre For State Senate lOth District Mercer Summers Monroe Raleigh McDowell Paid for by Sayre for Senate Committee. Dink stafford " . . Chairman. ! Winter Car Care Begins with... '" GAS BOOSTER ADDITIVE Cleans fuel sys- tem as you Re. 5.§ 1 Limit2 89 Pors p,,,, AIR FlffERS GAS GUARD ADDITIVE Fuel dryer and A t °' anti-freeze. Reg.  v #5616 1.29 V Limit 2 CAR WASH CONCENTRATE JUSt a little ,IPt  floats off dirt Reg. ri6 fast. #1614 3.45 I I.Imlt2 ,., 259 4.99 Limit 2 OEM replacement qual- ity for most U.S. cars. I 1 Complete Selection of Rebuilt Brake Shoes for Cars and Large Trucks! It'S Time to Save on ANTI-FREEZE Reg./ 4.99 Limit 2 il oal. Winter protection at a special sale price I I Offers good through Saturday. Oct, 23 or 0Yhile supplies last. Installation not Included. Prices, products may vary among participating dealers• Carper Pails Company, Ilic. 97 PLEASANT STREET 466 2054 I , ' ' autostoro i i i i ,  I n - r'