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4- H Year Highlights ,With the end of the 1981 - 82 4 - H club year and the start of a new 4 - H year on October 1, the Summers County office of the .WVU ive Extension Service invites you to recall with them some highlights of _ . the.past 4 - H year. • • CLUB ACTIVITIES. Most 4 - i H lictivities center in the in- dividual 4 - H clubs. Summers i ,CoUnty had 35 clubs with 733 ,youth; ages 9 - 19, enrolled. They were led by 67 adult .-volunteers. Each club held at • • least monthly meetings, where the:members gained experien- ce in duties of officers, ser- ving on programs, carrying ...individual projects, helping with club community projects. The club community projects included such activities as ad- opting senior citizens in nurs- ling homes ( visited, gave them gifts, wrote letters, and sent .them special occasion cards); • helped raise money for handi- .capped, conducted roadside cl- eanup, contributed and helped ,collect money for fund - rais- .ing drives, helped at the Sen- ior Center at Christmas time, and of course helped with the 4 - H paper drive. .,COUNTY ACTIVITIES. .Many 4 - H members went beyond club activities and took part in countywide activities• • Three hundred twelve had 4 - H projc, c_tson county exhibit. Two kuldred ninety - six entered posters in the County 4 - H . Poster event. Forty - two took par-in the 4 - H Talent ev- ent, and twelve entered the • Visual Presentation -- Public -.Speaking event. There were also some fun activities -- a • beiketball game in April and a L play day ialVlay. • : Fr ma: H members, 4 - • • B Camp is a major highlight of the year. This year was the largest camp in over 20 years, with 176 attending. It gave spe- cial memories to Roger Cox, who was chosen Spirit of the Camp; Nerissa Young, Myra Morgan, Tad Lowry, and Pat- ricia Mitchell, who were chi- efs of their tribes; and their sagamores Susann Deeds, Rog- er Cox, Sharon Lilly, Terry Young, Lori Richmond, Jeff Crook, Dawn Pullen, and James Allen. • .AREA AND STATE. Some Summers County 4 - H'ers went beyond county activities to take part in area and state events. Sixteen participated in the Area 4 - H Roundup at Gr, eenbrier East High School. Se- ven earned blue ribbons for their performances, eight ear- ned red ribbons, and two ear- ned white ribbons. Although seven of this group earned the privilege of going on to the State 4 - H Roundup, only five did so -- Jason Parmer, Kim Clement, Terry Young, Carol Binion, and Nancy Jarrell. All did well at the State Roundup, and Kim Clement placed first in the Public Speaking event. For this she earned a trip to National 4 - H Club Congress and consideration for a national award. Eigh* Summers County 4 - H ' ors attended State 4 - H camps. Cindy Cales and Jan Rogers attended Older 4 - H Youth Conference. At this camp Jan Rogers was chosen the Out- standing Girl and received a return scholarship. Mary Kay Bennett', Lisa Keaton, Sherri Bowles, Carla Weiss, James Allen, and Myra Morgan att- ended Alpha I or II camps. Cindy Cales attended State Co- nservation Camp. Many Summers County 4 - H ' ers were represented at the State Fair, exhibiting 158 pro- ts in De"artment O; Neri- sa Young and Kevin Hicks 'performed on the 4 - H sta- ge; Pam Price took part in the 4 - H Horse Show; and four members -- Rochelle Humph- reys, Mikel Boone, Kim Cl- ement and Dee Clement -- sh- owed beef cattle in the youth division. • .OPPORTUNITIES IN 4 - H. Four - H offers many lear- ning experiences tp youth, but it depends on the support of parents and the dedicated le- adership of adult 4 - H vol- unteers to make it really su- ccessful. We salute them for their efforts. To help improve their lead- ership skills, leaders as well as youth have opportunities to learn at county, area, and state events. Summers County lea- ders attended county 4 -H Lea- ders' meetings, Area 4 - H Loaders' Conference, Spring Craft Workshop ( Mary Grace Simmons, Shirley Richmond, and Sandy Cales), and the State 4 - H Volunteer Leaders' Wee- kend ( Pearl Binion, Sandy Cales, Milton Morgan, Shirley Richmond, and Mary Grace Simmons)• Pearl Binion was reco- gnized at the State Volunteer 4 - H Loaders' Weekend as the Summers County Outstanding 4 - H Leader. For this she re- ceived a scholarship, was one of the honored guests at a special luncheon during the weekend, and was given a certificate during the luncheon• As we begin a new 4 - H year, all Summers County youth of 4 - H age ( 9 - 19) -- and re- gardless of race, color, nat- ional origin, sex or handicap -- are invited to join a 4 - H Club. Call the WVU Extension Off- ice, 466 - 3711, if you need information about the location of a club or how to form one. ., r Historical Society m tmnm mt ' United States Army Special- ist Four Walter H. Pack Jr. who is 19 years old s[ationed in the 5th Battalion; 24 Infantry Di- vision ( Mechanized); 52nd Air Defense Artillery; Fort Ste- wart, Georgia, was awarded on the 7th day of June, 1982 " The Army Achievement Medal" from the Secretary of the Army John Marsh Jr. and Comman- ding Major General John R. Galvin. Reason: For his outstanding achievement, dedication, moti- vation and initiative were an inspiration to his fellow sold- iers and provided an excellent example for others to emulate. His performance significantly contributed to the successful accomplishment of his unit's mission• His outstanding achievement is in keeping with the finest traditions of military service and reflects reat credit upon Tues. Oct. 12, 1982 Hinton News - 5 KeyClub Hold Divisional Conference The Key Club of Hinton and Norhfork High School hosted the Divisional Training Conf- erence f.r Division Seven and Eight at Pipestem State Park .n September 19th. 8 Key Clubs from soulhern West Virginia were represented al the annual c.nference set aside for the Iraining of Key Club officers, members, and advisors, Pres- iding of the event were Pat- rick Boyd of Northfork and Roy Carter of Hinton. t., Birth Mr. and Mrs. Barry Fitz- simmons of Clarks Summit, Pa. are happy to announce the birth of their son, John Mi- chael. He was born on Sept-. ember 24 at 7:30 p.m. at Co- mmunity Medical Center, Sc- ranton, Pa. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John W. Reed of Hinton. Paternal grandparents are himself, this command, and the Mrs. Justine Fitzsimmons of United States Army. Hinton and the late William His proud parents are Walter Fitzsimmons. H. Sr. and deputy assessor Andrea Pack. His grand- parents are Winnie H. and the late Jamie Lee Lilly Pack. He has an older brother Ricky and a younger brother Robert J, Pack who are all located al Nimitz, W• V. REEDS MARKET 7th AVE., & TEMPLE STREET HINTON,W. Va. PHONE 466-2176 bOR 70P QUALITY FRESH MEATS tlours:  - 7 Men Thru Sat ii ............................................... Serving as Faculty for the (',,nference were Pal Boyd. R.y Carter, Brent Marlin, Dis- ric' Edilor ,f l.:asl Fairmont IIS. Fr. Charles Mc Callisl- er. l)is:u'icr Administrator of Wheeling. James Martin, Kiw- anis Advis,tr (,f llinlon, Charles lh,ge of Bluefield. Also in att- endance were Michael Blank- enshi p, President of Maloaka Kiwanis. Buddy Fry, Kiwanis L. G.vernr, Alber ('lark. President .f Maloaka !I.S,, T,.m Fizsimm(tus, Principal ,f I lin .o FI.S., and Don Spielman .f ,he Hinlctn Kiwanis. ()vet (;0 Key Clubbers from he Key Cluhs of Mr. View, Ilin:.n, Northfork, Matoaka, Iig Creek. Athens, Bluefield, and Bramwell participated in he ('€)nference. Those nlenlh- ors represenling Hinton Key ('}tLb were : Vic Morgan, Pre- siden:: Matt Sleward, Vice President; Bobby Crone, Sec- rc ary: ,I,P. Reed, Treasurer; I{,,[)er: Cook. Sr. Represental- ,,. helia Ward. Edih,- and members Paul Williams, Ke- vjn th'ahatl:illy Ap.s:d,m. and ';avid Wills, and 1,1, Governor { , ,:arer. Open Church Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Underwood invite You To Share In The JOy Of The Marrriage Of Their Daughter Linda Sue To Robert D. Bengey Son Of Mr. And Mrs. Bobby I. Oengey Saturday, \\;The Sixteenth Of October Nineteen Hundred And Eighty-Two At Six O'Clock  The Bluestone Baptist Church Jumping Branch, West Virginia xN/ $erviq ROM( . A|IIICJILTIHI[ • 1111IN ' - By Robert M. 8pher-- . .HUNTERS ON YOUR ', "PROPERTY? -- What rights ,do property owners have re- . garding hunters on their pro- , 'Rrty? Hunting and fishing licenses • ,do not give people any rights " ,Other than the right to hunt and ' .,fish. They do not give any right :to enter onto any person's :-,posted, fenced or cultivated -land without permission. Sev- .'eral laws have been passed -other than the usual trespass • ,.laws to provide a remedy to .... landowners to protect their pro- • perty from trespassing hunt- -ers and anglers. .... it is unlawful to hunt, trap or .fish on any posted, fenced or •. Cultivated property without the • .written permission of the land- owner. A hunter who causes any ..damage to the property is per- .. Sonally liable and must camp- .. ,ensate the owner. In addition, -, he hu[ would be guilty of a .misdellanor with a penalty • of a $20 or $300 fine or a term in •  the county jail for 10 to 100 days . or both fine and imprisonment. A hunter who negligently in- ".,j...or kills any person or ' :,.i'domestic animal is subject to a . >fine of up to $1,000 and ira- ,' "prisonment of up to one year• In :"addition, the hunter will be ,liable to compensate those in- ", jUred for their losses• Progress Noted Conrad Graham, chairman of the Summers County • Historical Committee, reports that much progress is being made. At the September meeting of the group, several members and guests were treated to the family sketches 'for the forth- coming book. In addition, th- ere will be a topical summary of life in Summers County since 190% when Judge Miller's book was written• A constitution and by - laws reading of family sketches su- bmitted for the New History of Summers County: Don Mills, of the Walsworth Publishing Company, noted that the stories with folklore and anecdotes make the most interesting reading. Persons from as far away as Blakcs- burg Virginia were in attend- ance, and heard Mills encour- age everyone to begin writing are being prepared for the new historical society• Mills asked the group to bring friends, spouses, and guests to the next meeting, as they will then be eligible to become charter members of the Summers County Historical Society, Inc. The next meeting is Tuesday, October 12th,7:30 P.M., Court- house, Hinton. :i SPORTING GOODS DISCOUNTS, Oct. 13 Throu00zh 17th S AVAILABLE, LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS | Remington, }00mington, Reg. 309.00 '277oo Model 7600 Center Fire ' Pump Action Rifh Jones Cadle " = ,: "' :-e---" ....... PL, AIN 0000mgton. P00min00ton ,' On. October 9, 1982 at Sinks years in Picaway, W. Va. His  Grove Baptist Church, Frances mother is Pearl Bositc Cadie  F. Jones and Huston L. Cadie and his father was the late Clay Model 87 0 ...... were joined in marriage by Huston Cadle. Reg. 329.97 12 ga. Reg. 259.00 Wingmaster ® Pump Action Shotgun Model 7400 30-06 Cal. OTHERS BY ORDER Glenfield gton & Rev. Kermit Newberry. The double ring ceremony was at 2:00 PM. The Bride was given away by Mayor Don Bryant of Alderson and music was provided by soloist Susan Kirk Erskine acc- ompanied by Kim Zimmerman on the piano• Music consisted of the traditional Wedding Mu- sic, instrumental versions of Godfather, Young & Restless and Lara's Theme. The two solo's were September Song and the Lords Prayer. Mr. Cadie who is retired from Reynolds Aluminum in Rich- mond, Va. has lived the last 2 The Bride who is employed as cashier at Greenbrier Valley Hospital is the daughter of William P. Fawcett and the late Carmen Mann Fawcett. Tina Shanklin and Lisa Bee- cherer were brides 'maids and Stacey Pack was maid of hon- or. Howard Pack and Troy Forren acted as ushers and Charles Anderson was best man. Alicia Jones and Stacy Esk-. ins, dressed all in pink, were flower girls and Clint Eskins was ring bearer. The Bride's dress," hand- made by Karen Baldwin, was white lace over powder blue taffeta. She carried a white Bible with a white orchid. Should Check Brides maid dresses were yell- @25/$ ow, pink and lilac and flowers Social Security ceptionWere allin pastel colors. A re-Esklns wasat thegivenHOmebyOfBarbaraJames .J00a00l#l/Gt,mttttd . ( 97 Work Record led pasteling Hiser and Ann Eskins follow- out thecolor atCerem°nY'theSCheme reception The was with same carr- a 22 caliber- bolt action_ FiOI n. . Pc.epic who W°:k ' mcP:l°e:r?tty ::ud :h ' ' • " two tier white heart shaped beY s i!i °SwWei iYdf s hmd¢O :iii cake with pastel flowers as a " e centerpiece. REMINGTON their Social Security record shown on the statement,- he Mr. and Mrs. Cadle will II I| EXPRESS 12ga.. s6'00 16ga. .................... sSOO $5 66 20fla  ................... s31900 Center Fire Autoloading Designed for high powered rifles. Reg. 39Y Now Only $29.97 L YNCH'S WORLD CHAMPION TURKEY CALLS LYNCH'S FOOL PROOF TURIEY CALL Small, comp;u:t wooden box type call c'asily carried in  ing ptcket II it, s¢l on a fixed pi',ot and calls Remington' 'Buck Back" Rebates good on all 25-round boxes of 12-, 16-, and 20-go. Rem- ington br and hunting loads,* bought-between Aug. 1 and Oct. 30,1982. Ask us for details. *Offer not valid for rifled slug, bucksho t . or target loads. * *Got Official Rebate Certificate at store for proof-of- . purchase details and expiration date. every 3 years or so, a Social Security spokesperson said recently• This is especially impor- tant if the person changes jobs often or has more than one job. A post-caz:d form is available at any Social Security office for a person to request a statement of the earnings reported to his or her record. A person's earnings record is very important, the representative said. Eligibility for and the amount of any benefits due will be based on the infor- mation contained in that record• smCe a person receives a ent of earnings, he or she should examine it carefully to make sure that the proper amount of earn- ings has been reported to or she should contact a Social Security office right away. This is important because most corrections to an earn- ings record must be reported within 3 years, 3 months, and 15 days after the end of the year the earnings were paid. The person should bring his or her own records of the earnings that are available so that an in- vestigation can be made. More information about Social Security earnings can be obtained at any Social Security office. The office has free publications availa- ble which explain Social Security benefits and covered earnings• The ad- dress and telephone number of the nearest Social Security office can be found in the telephone directory. AFTER I11 on only one side of box: the other side of box acts $t2.,' :lepoint Rd I'Iinton , e@ reside in Aliterson. Alter r, osBy beatment failed, this skin disease beJkved incurable. At this point, HAPPY CK MANGE MEDICINE was used wl dmmlk success. ALso, HAPPY JACK TRiVERMiCI: recdlnLted sale and efleciive by U.S. BVM IEaklnt holt, round and tapoworms in dogs and cets. At latin.  aod drug stores, To request hce cetldog, wdkl. HapplJack,,Inc. 1 tt. 15 r Snow Hill r NC 21580 # ,k