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November 6, 1980

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Membership Dinner November 6th The Chamber of Commerce will have a membership Din- ner Meeting on November 6th, starting at 6 P.M. in the Hin- ton National Guard Armory. The Chamber will take care of the main course of the dinner which will be ... Turkey, dr- essing and all of the trimmings. Members are asked to bring a covered dish of either a veg- etable or a salad dish. The important thing about this meeting will be the fact lhal it will be the FIRST one of its kind ever held by the Ch- amber. Dinner will start at 6 o &apos; clock and will be set up in buffet style After dinner there will be a short program on the progress of the Chamber since it was re- organized in May, of this year. Because of the varied int- erests of the Community and the Businesses of the county, there will be GROUP dis- cussions on some of the more important things that the Mem- bership feels that Chamber should set up as GOALS for the out to the neighboring Cham- bers( Mercer, Raleigh, and Fayette) asking them to come on over and have dinner with us and then join in the dis- cussion period with our memb- ers. The invitation asked that the heads of the more import- ant committees attend our dinner.., for example ... the Chairman of the Business Development Committee, Com- munity Development Commi- ttee, the Chairman of the Tour- ism Committee, the Chairman, of the Industrial Development Committee and of course the Presidents of all of the Cha- mbers have been asked to attend. The dinner meeting is not for the dues paying members, it is for the members of the family, that is the Wives and Hus- bands are also invited, in fact it is most important that they attend this Dinner Meeting. So ... come on.. mark your cal- endar for Thursday Nov. 6th and join the rest of the Mem- bers in an early Turkey Din- Talcott Area News Mrs. Myrtle Ballengee has returned to her home after being a patient in the Summ- ers County Hospital and is improving. Frank Ballengee has return- ed to his home in Huntington after spending sometime with his mother, Mrs Myrtle Ball- engee and his sister, Mrs. Dick Bast ie. Mr. Cecil Fox is a patient in the Summers County Hospital and is improving. Mr+ and Mrs. Bernard Bostic of South Charleston spent the weekend at their summer home here. Mrs. Florence Mann, Mrs. Rhonda Sue Hale and Miss Polly Mann were business visi- tors in Charlottesville, Virginia recently. Subscribe Thurs. Nov. 6, 1980 Hinton News-5. ner:.. Future. Invitations have been sent Notes Summers County Hospital I " October 29, 1980 ' IAVl UP TO 40% ON Admitted: Zelma CaleB, Jul- ia (:ales, both of Sandstone; Illl I011' ell1"Irlll Gwenlyn Ward, Lydia Oxley, (IPUI[D TO OTNE1 HANDS" AT lltN[I, Arretta Mills, Edna Rakes, "F , N0 OTII[II MAN01 lull |TK[II. Carla Merriam, Ronald Tolbert +++rue +a+ ! mond. Nellie White, Audie Gr- aham. Judy Adkins, Daniel At- to ,. I I well, all of Hinton; Sharon -*1 H I Wilkinson, Green Sulphur ; ,M+ P pt.C:,.+ U.S. GOV'T GRAOI:D ",mI(l mvm.lmb&e o sm .n ch KroQe, m,e. exr.qt .luliuSAmos. Wil,S.Lindside.Nimitz; and Ear] o, o Boneless op , ++ Dismissed: Mary Harless, .i-oo,,l Sirloin Steak ] [ l Meadow Bridge; Lucy Sydens- ! (:<lie, Mildred Arrington, Fran- ces Brown Arbutus Adkins, all E,,,,Th?2AvL /PxFFACT?Na?UA,RINTEou E, totJ, *  l ' : lllg [ * of Hinton;' Ola Woodard, Pr- .,.,,,.,.,.io,,m.+,.c,+,., ,,', .... ..o,-,,,   ' ."' P" _ .virago, '. inceton; Joyce Freeland, Pip- + Ii-' "a , , PLAYOROUNO estem, and Bessie Rucker, Ald- K'=':";''::::rP::=:P''eea'"''J Ilk ?ffA_ .-'.'o''to i. L + ' y  Planat OnC ersnv,,.., x'i,'ti.ia ,,,,,,.,'+,,, ,GOooVffM:+!iO',XNHHniOEI:xOv +m+ :'+O;::? ' " - ' C H 01C E "" -  " .... "-" 4k._' It' no,, ,4d gjl(.../="'"" """*".N EWS*O"""' m '+g+':lt"+: ;"' "G"' '*I"i' ;';+"'"' NON''O*O/+... ' " 'O', ..... "'", _ An;RSizePltGround Bee P." ........ ,+. $ 1 39 j WholeI''""fllFreshAV" ;_+..'*A Llll''FlurTWel'Avonclele ..... ..... s,,l'ii . II770I'II' ,-r/+. Gunnoes 'U'S'GOV"'GRADEDHO'E'O+"S"EF 3 -- " " .O*. II - :+ i S119 4 i m o+ ;; m . $ 99 Pork Loin o, Countr Souso e ! Rib EyeSteaks ........... lb. +. .  Instant + _ $'399 ,o,,.,,+,o..,0u,, + Y g - .... ':" ,+ d., ..(;i+'.tL "+SE,,JES Over- :  $I 2g | Fresh Catfish ............. ,b. '2" WHOLE KIINIL OR CIEAM STYLI ll|ilS . . winter in Refuse-- Frost will Avondolo ,; 0. 9R kill your home garden plants I grit I i ' II FRESH IPSttt  i +L,EO., +  Corn ........ c." -. r ,r_ and vegetables+ but will not kill __  " I  Ib. II 1 -Ib m  O linG ONE the disease-causing organisms II + "0" I II Ocean Perch Fillets .... b. Z .. +.. [',.,.OM,ONVE""""] r- ,*0 ,,,,,, ,,, ,o.,**. One Ira-' " 4i" +" 15"+' that overwinter in garden re- I LIMIT4LBS, WITHCOUPON ii . ...t,._41-2 i.4ML'A""G')'\\;\ .... ,.,o" .',.'! r + r". u fuse .'" .,,- ,.0 , . ,. , ,., ., o.,,,."""V'""',"" tt.:.-ll 2dJgWllW'  ,   '=" '""", "" L - k - m Powdery mildew rusts and I10+ .,,,:, ,0 ,.,.,,, ,,,,, , ,+,+ ,.,, m   "" "' Yri. " '  +" ---- h,,ImRByV'+'" 99 other leaf- and stem-disease m m m m m m m mm m m m am m m m mm m m m  l l [ " SPRINGDALE CHOCOLATE DRINK OR _IPllVI 1 []HI Coffee .... ' O , ___ IkLE"OC=%'i',"; Serve N .... .,..,-= __ I' erwinteringrganismst seeds, or ca,,develoPstructures.producespecialSporesTheseOV. ItlxF;Ims+ O.,.D.A. ,NSE+ ED I Irl '- It.rogeru.."/o Wieners ............. .:: J- .. . . .'31.'+11  towtatMilk IINTHEPt'CE,"OGER e" O *,OO,, 4 ean, f sumvethe debm " pa,,s a,oweddebm to rryer VOrTS ............ . v-  + " rant, + $179 ' rem.'1' on the soil's surface. ,, 00'ill 00I._Q I Meat Bologna ............ ,b. I hen,, ,., +L organisms have a good chanee Chicken Breast ,b +L "-+ i pO;ol+t T ii%o'a ,.,+ ++4, to live throtgh the winter and ARMOUR ........... ..., ,,,,,  Plastic Ell o ogs ................. +: .L Sunr,*'d ,, gll into next season. This can D" tin. ddlUll,:l III +_...t.... . Bunt ....... ,,  cause disease problems similar Shced Bacon ............ Pk9. 1 1 *R" + Who,+ J to those you encountered this year,  K,OOER -'ql411llil  ...  W/ Breed ...... 'L+/ . , A good cleanup of garden N  YYl Grade A Q '?HIIR*'P,| .OGE,.L,.RI,ING __ refhse helps prevent infection '.. ....." 100% PURE Corn S IIlr Lar e E s Do, . Spothght g gg of spring plants. Plow down or ............ Minute Ma,d  Meal'. ...... :"+i O0 compost the plant material. FROZEN NATURAL OR SWEETENED KROOER + Either practice helps destroy Bean Coffee (,.,A,) disease - causing organisms. However, composted mater- ial should remain idle for at leasl two seasons before being returned to the soil, especially if disuses have been preval- ent ih the garden. Burn or discard plant material that is severely infected with disease organisms; don't plow or com- post them. Some disease - causing org- anisms are present in the soil, so destroying plant material willnot control them. If you suspect a soil-borne disease in your garden, consider treating the soil with a fumigant. Dis- eases can frequently be avoid- ed by planting resistant vari- eties or rotating the crops. Vegetable roots may be in- fested with root knot nemato- des. These microsopic worms cause galls and knots on the roots You can reduce this problem by plowing or pulling out roots immediately after harvest, exposing the nemato- des to drying sun and wind. Plant viruses that are often a problem in vegetables and orn- amentals are destroyed when their host plant dies. However, viruses can survive in winter annu-I weeds, such as must- ard Phe amount of curly top virus you have in your yard next summer will be directly related to the amount of weeds you allow to grow in the yard. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dam- Mrs. Ginny Lou Martin of  eron and children of Worthin- Cincinnati Ohio visited her par- gton. Ky. visited Miss Hazel ants, Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Car- and Letha Hodge recently and tar over the weekend. I they accompanied them home I for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Morton -- ' and children of Charleston S.C. ., Holds in Heat, Jackie Crawford of Dublin, spent the past week with her "I Keeps Out Cold | Virginia visited Miss Letha and larents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie ...NLEr THE/  -- +..  - Hazel Hodge__recently. Nelson. __ " SUN. I . .  .. [ PORCH ENCLOSURES I prayers, canls and manY acts of kindness I :. +,+,It+: , f .du,ll, my a,idellt and !ubsequent stay ] i, the hospital. It rea.lly helps to know t t +-,,'-o',d'--+''+ t =+1 I Erateful for everything. + ...... I '": 'v" +-c"""+" ou ++.,+,0o m I|I I m I 11 11 iiiVl Accept no substitutes--Get lop quality FLEX-O-GLASS. I Orange Juice 0range Juice ........ 6 COII,6"OZ" S229 ,+z,...oo. 89 Pumpkin Pie ............ .k.2'"" TABLETS Seltze "''" Alka- , r ............. k ,.oz,, Kruger Fried 39 Chicken ....... .. ,,.oz.A,S A g W Root Beer or fite Bread....3 ,.o,.t,,. s I 19, King. Cola KROGER %-G'ol Buttermilk ........... ,.. IN THE DAIRY DEPT., KROGER 100% ORAl GRAPEFRUIT OR Apple Juice ..... .... '/"*o.. 60, 75 OR 100 WATT, WESTINGHOUSE EYESAVER Lightbulbs .......... .kg.rc'" STORES WITH DELl DEPTS. HOT FOODS AVAILAILE I lain TIL 7pro .+ 00,ISe ,.,++,,,. Boiled Ham i NO. 1WISCONSIN RUSSET Baking 20 S 2 7 9 -lb. tatoes ...,. FRESH Broccoli .......... B..,h 69 FRESH Cucumbers ......... 5,0,$1 FRESH FLORIDA YELLOW Sweet Cam '-..., 12 10 Tangerines ....... ,,,h 40-SIZE INDIAN RIVER WHITE OR All Pink Grapefruit..q,., 1 AMERICAN OR MUSTARD Potato Salad ................. lb. BIG EYE NATURAL.. ,,,C,*,, ,.,O, $ 9 99 Swiss "" .neese ......... ,b. L GOLD CREST REGULAR OR MINIATURE Marlh- mOIIowE ...... '' 99 Sandwlck 11.0011111 .... ll, GOLD CREST Lemon I0-o=. Drops ...... .. COUNIrlY OVlN lltO ,+.o,. ....... Mql. ..oo.. 25 Pork & ,+ .... Beanl ....... o,, "" 22 Tomato , .... Puto ...... co. KROGIR COLIN OIL -,-+ 69 Qvorters ,. r., ORANGE, CHERRY OR LEMON ' COUNTRY OVEN ,AY. ,.,.,b$ggg II ='p Mat--,., Chiffon Cake ....... c,k, , llC,oki,, .... ,,,: FRESH BAKED I[ t BA 8 Inchl & Pumpkin Pie ........ ,. L FRUH IAKID IR| Illl 50 16-OZ.41 +L FronchBread .... :,,,. 1 -,., .,.. 38 hain ..... ;i;,; + 49* oat, ........ 'AT. "*" ,=$1" Tul,. IMSASSY 79+ Quo I|d... o, rd rch i  Clut )rlve . .rch ICAN kC. . 4:0 HIMON h |UIIIN ' ' M. I. .SOIl, TEST NOW -- Fall is the ideal time to take soil sampl- es. The WVU Soil Testing Lab is hal rushed during this period and can give samples special attention. Come to the Extens- ion ()ffice in the Courthouse Annex and get a supply of WVU soil lesl mailing kits. The service is free. Red or Golden Delicious A L /,+.+ L' + +' .O