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8 - Hinton News Tues. Oct. 12, 1982 I I I I MONDAY EVENING HOURS: 00Your Local Hinton Merchants Have Started Staying Open On Monday Evemngs From Offering Quality Merchandise And Service Featuring* pIA:ndt;sf plaWka?gF:i?dlYeAint?ur::coeri'\\;us Service*Super Values Downtown Hinton Announces SHOP DOWNTOWN HINTON I I I I I I II ,,j I Talcott Area News Week of October 12, 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Loud- ermilk of Lexington, Virginia visited his mother, Mrs. Ruby Loudermilk, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nun- ally of Charleston visited Rev. Jim Bailey, Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Larry Lilly and Stacy of Princeton, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Talbott over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bramm- er and family of Manassas, Virginia visited Mrs. Dessie Cox over the weekend. : Mrs. Martha Rookstool and Mrs. Crystal Morgan were re- cent visitors of Mrs. Elizabeth Knapp and Mr. and Mrs. Th- eodore Parker in Alderson. Mr. H.H. Wallace and Mrs. Lucilla Via of Ballard visited Mrs. Annie Lowe, Sunday. Mrs. Ray Rudisill and daugh- ter Rachael of Blacksburg, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kittinger, Sunday. The United Methodist Women of Talcott Trinity met at the church October 7th at 7:30 P.M. The meeting was called to order by the President, Patty Talbott. After opening prayer by Patty Talbott, and reading of Psalm 5 by Nan Weis, Peggy Rossi gave an interesting talk on Senior Citizen Activities in Summers County. Minutes of previous meeting were read and approved, foll- owed by roll call and Collection of dues. 252 bible chapters were reported read and 34 sick visits made. After discussion of old and new business the meeting dos- ed with the Mizpah benediction. Delicious refreshments were .served by Chris Cole. Present were : Anice Dameron, Melba Clark, Betty Mann, Helen Sp- rouse, Jean Duncan, Patty Tal- bott, Nan Weis, Cherie Cole and two guests, Jennie Lee Bragg of Miami, Florida; and Peggy Rossi of Hinton. Personal Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rob- Alband, Ohio over the week- ertson, Kimberly Dawn, Nick- end. alous, and Mrs. Jo Marie Rob- On Sunday, the Robertson ertson visited Mr. and Mrs. attended the 12th Annual Bob James Robertson and boys of Evans Farm Kestival in Ohio. Summers To Receive New Historical Highway Marker Summers County will soon' have a new historical highway marker commemorating the famous march of Colonel And- rew Lewis and his brother' Charles to Point Pleasant where the Colonial army de- feated the federated Indian tribes led by Chief Cornstalk at what is thought by many to be the "first battle of the Revolu- tion." Summers County can thank Elora McKenzie for the marker because at first only six signs were going to be erected; but when Mrs. McKenzie learned Summers County was being omitted she called the High- ways Department and remind- ed them that the march passed through the present territorial limits of Summers County and asked that they also place a marker in our county. According to the Journal and orderly book of Colonel Flem- ing on September 13, 1774 the forces made the second camp of their thirty-day march near Elton. The inscription on the mark- er will be i ANDREW & CHARLES LEWIS MARCH The nearby highway is port of route traversing W. Va. from Lewisburg to Point Pleasant memorialized by the state to commemorate the march of the American Colonial army of 1,200 men led by Andrew & Charles Lewis. After a month's march this army defeatel a Shawnee Indian force led by Cornstalk at the Battle of Point Pleasant on the banks of the Ohio & Kanawha rivers, Oct- ober i0, 1774. Charles Lewis was killed in the battl e . Plans call for the marker to be erected near the Green Sulphur Springs Post Office. i IN THE LIBRAR'I00-] I I . Summers County Library I L_ Temple Street 9 We have received quite a few tempting new books since last week, so without further ado I shall leap right inl Two of our new novels this time are set,in England. One, called Lovers' Vows by Joan Smith is " a novel of regency England." The other is Monday's Child by Mollie Hardwick, about the trials and tribulations of being England's most beautiful woman. Another new novel is Hers the Kingdom by Shirley Streshinsky. This one is set in the American west in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Finally, there's a modn.one by F.,l/en Feldman called A. K. A. Katherine Walden, a comedy with a message about post - feminist mores and the problems theY cause one Katherine Walden. We have a new reference book: The Health Services Directory, which lists all kinds of places to get all kinds of health services. So if you need to know where to go in West Virginia for services for the deaf, for example, we've got the book to look in. We have a copy of Richard Simmons' Never - Say Diet Cookbook with Richard Simmons being his silly self while giving practical and mouth - watering tips for shedding weight and keeping it off. Along the same line, we have Exercises for the ' Elderly, written conveniently in large print. There's Usberne Guide to Painting a new boo,, ,till of helpful information about pointing. Topics include " choosing your points", " choosing what to paint", " making sketches", etc., right on down to " frames and mounts." Finally, there are lots of clAldren's books. I'm going to mention one of them, since I have bad several requests for some- thing on this subject. Called What if you couldn't ? , this book is about disabilities and is meant to help children understand and accept the handicapped. . - Wins Tennis Competition 1982" ; B.END'-:PID TENNIS CM.P ' 'Fr/d,hlr ffman ( left , in ph.otS)f iilA ing conzpetitive tennis for onlr the second year defeated Gary Hazelwood, of White Sulphur Springs, 6-4, 6-2 to win the 1982 Bendix EPID tennis crown. Huffman resides in Lewisbu- rg and is a native of Hinton, WV. Huffman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.H. "Bud" Huffman reside in Hinton. HINTON PLAY EcoTheater will present " The Hinton Play" Friday at 8 p.m. in the Dogwood Room at Pipestem. i i During the month of Sept- ember the Speech Pathologists of Summers County Mrs. Marcy Lilly, Miss Sue Topper, and Mrs. Nancy Durnan have beam conducting speech lang- uage and hearing sweep sc- reening for all kindergarten classes, special ed. classes, and those students in first grade enrolled in the school setting for the first time.The scr- eening consisted of pure tone testing for hearing acutty, oc- oustic impedance testing for ear drum function - middle ear pressure, and a speech lang- uage sample. Upon completion Conducting, "c ree n ing s of this initial sweep screening, retesting was conducted on each student failing the hear- ing tests. The following number was screened at the following sch- ools: Avis - 13 students Bellepoint - 20 students Forest Hill - 7 students Hinton High - 77 students Hinton Area - 131 students Jumping Branch - 30 students Pipestem - 24 students Sandstone -39 students Talcott - 73 Students A total of 414 sludents par- ticipated in the sweep screen- ing. The Speech Pathologists are currently conducting speech - language evaluations on those students who failed the sweep screening. Therapy programs will being imnlediately follow- Truman L. ,re For State Senate lOth District Mercer Summers Monroe Raleigh McDowell Paid for by Sayre for Senate Committee. Dink Stafford Chairman. .i ing evaluation - placement pro- CesS. Those students who failed either hearing screening test will be evaluated by our RESA I Regional Education Service Agency) Audiologist in the month of October. Starts Friday At The Ritz Incubus Rated g Sunday thru Thursday - Theatre opens 7 o' clock Show Starts 7:30. One Show Only. Friday and Saturday Open 6:30. Show Starts At 7 ,'clock and 9 o', lock. Admission - /dults $3.0o. ('hildren $1.75 Slmc'ial Sit.dab .Malin(,e ,(ll)('il 1:30 Stlll! 2:1111 ill ,eits $1.75 Livestock M arket Alderson Livestock Market Report of Livestock Auction Sale held Friday, October I, 1982 amounting to $122,293.55, "600 head of livestock was sold by 126 different consignors, and 90 buyers. Stockers & Feeders: Heifers : Good, 4600 - 50.00; Stand- ard, 38.00 - 45.00. Stockers & Feeders : Steers : Choice, 58.00 - 61.00; Good, 54.00 - 58.00; Medium, 50.00 - 54.00; Common, 40.0O - 48.00. Steer Calves: Choice 64.00 - 70.58; Good, 60.0O - 64.00; Med- ium, 49.00 - 55.00. Bull Calves: 40.00 - 60.00. Baby Calves: 28.00 - 70.00. Hogs: Sows, 53.00; Boars. 42.00 - 45.50. Horses, 36.75 - per ewt. Cows: Commercial, 36.00 - 42.25; Utility, 31.00 - 37.00; Canner & Cutter, 25.00 - 30.00. Bulls: Commercial & Good, 41.00 - 45.00; Cutter, 38.OO - 42.00. Heifer Calves: Choice, 45.00, - 50.00; Good, 41.00 - 46.00; Medium, 38.00 - 40.00. Sheep & Lambs: Blue, 49. 25; Medium, 44.00 ; Common, 43. 00; EWES, CWT, U:00 - 15.25,, "Honey 9 Princess ' The 1982 West Virginia Honey Festival is seeking a " Hon- ey Princess" to reign over all official activities of the Fest- ival on October 23 and 24 at Parkersburg City Park. The Princess contest is open to any girl, age 8 through 10, who is a rdsident of the State of West Virginia. Judging will be based on personality, beauty and am- bition. The Honey L:'incess will also be expected to represent the West Virginia Honey Festiyal at selt/cted events during the following year. Parents would be notified in advance and asked to accompany their dan- ghter, and informed what ex- penses, ff any, will be paid and will make the final determin- ation if their daughter will attend. The Honey Prince Contest is sponsored by the West Vir- ginia Beekeepers Association, City of Parkersburg, South Parkersburg JayCee - JayCee - ettes, and the Country Roads Travel Council. Selection of the 1982 Honey Princess will be made at the Honey .Festival on Saturday, October 23 at'2:00 p.m. Con- testants sfiould 'arrive at the City Park Pavilian not later than 1:00 p.m., in dress clo- thing ( no floor length dress- es, please). There is a $5.00 registration fee. "\\; $,4 o:., " m,ox J/lib, mini/ .,o.,. ,.oe --- .._ .. Buy 2 Gallons :) ounce ][ I! Get A '3 Cash f' Arm . rlammer I Rebate From Dowl 1' ('   Launory uetergentllBB| .. m L,La, 1 t V 1/ " . Reg. Price 1.39! Heavy IlllLllllllmmll Your /  kek\\;' #'- // Jfl r..X duty laundry detergent. Ill"--l blot --ll '" f / /''/I LJmit 2' please' II a ... - \\; "  Purex I t' qvhu.'' i n...t.... ,..,.. \\; | I $ ""0"' "'0' ,ure x Liquid TATEo, I Super Blend ,,, 1 eR ate . .'.  Bleach  Bleach kM OTOR-O!tj Motor Oil " Reo. Price 79'! 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