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Tues. Nov. 17, 1987 Hinton News - 3 Cen- applic- P.nergy ing on these daily ,orkers ie this ~n nee- )n call )r over are as ncome $50S. $s79. $s53. $1,o27. $1,201. 81,375. ddreslI ,P.O. .::2.1 yen t*I Long-| ed olll ed andI 1ele.| spell,i 211 i' # BRAGG Mrs. Mary G. Bra~,g, 71, of Hinton, died Wednesday, November 11, at a Hinton nursing home following a long illness. Mrs. Bragg was born January 4, 1916, at Hinton, the daughter of the late James M. and Emily Ann Bowden. She was a member of the Cook's Chapel Church at Hinton. She is survived by a brother, Ralph Bowden of Pulaski, Vir- ginia. Services were held Friday, Nov- ember 13, 1987 at 10 a.m. at the E.M. Meadows Funeral Home in Hinton with Rev. John Atkiuson officiating. Burial followed in the Whanger Cemetery at Ronceverte. The body Was at the E.M. Me~adows Funeral Home at Hinton. SNYDER Phyllis J. Snyder, 40, of 335 Friendship Road, Elkton, died Fri- day, October 16, 1987 in Union Hospital. The cause of death is being determined by the state medical examiners office. Mrs. Snyder was born in Hinton, West Virginia on July 10, 1947 and resided in the county for a long time. She worked at Video King store in Elkton for the past two months. Before that, she worked for Elk- ton Exxon and for seven years at RMR Corp. She is survived by two sons, Claude R. Snyder and Hamilton A. Snyder, both at home; a daughter, Kimberly A. Snyder of Elkton; her father, Lonnie Wyant of Elkton; a brother, James W. Rakes of Elk- ton;; two sisters, Jean Forrester and Mary Susie Smith, both of Elkton; two half-brothers, Robert West and Thornton Phillips Jr., both of Clifton Forge, Va.; an aunt, Margaret, Martin of Hinton, W. Va.; an aunt, Vivian West of Clifton Forge, Va.; and three grandchild- ren. Services were held Tuesday, Oct- ober 20 in Hicks Home for Fun- erals, in Elkton. The Rev. Dr. Allen Dickerson, pastor of Maranatha Baptist Church, officiated. Burial followed in the Elkton 'Cemetery. DAVIDSON James Blaine Davidson, 69, of ~emgdale, Summers County, died ber 9, 1987, in George Wash- Ington Hospital, Washington, D.C., after an apparent heart attack. He was a Methodist. Hewas a retired theater wardrobe manager in New York. Surviving: wife, Patricia Hamrick Davidson; a daughter, Dorothy Naja of Los Angeles, Calif.; sons, Tim- othy Penn of Springdale, Jonathan Penn of Santa Monica, Calif.; one grandchild. Service was held at 1 p.m. Thursday November 12 at Wallace - Wallace Funeral Home, Rainelle, with the Rev. Ray Thomas off- iciating. Burial followed in the Hanshew Cemetery, Springdale. NEELY Bobby Neely, 57, of 211 Summers Street, died Monday, November 9 at 8:30 p.m. at home following a short illness. Born December 19, 1929, in Sum- mers County, he was the son of Mrs. Trusby Eanes Neely of Hinton and the late Clarence Neely. Mr. Neely was a lifelong res- ident of Summers County employ- ed as a material inspector for the West Virginia Department of High- ways. He was a member of the Hinton Church of Christ. Other survivors include his wife, Nancy Johnson Neely at home; one daughter, Anna Lee Vandall of Hinton; one brother, John David Neely of Clifton Forge, Va.; one sister, Sarah Lilly of Hinten; and two grandchildren. Services were held Thursday Nov- ember 12 at 2 p.m.. at the Hinton Church of Christ with Philip Strattis and Gene Clemens officiating. Bur- ial followed inthe Fox Cemetery at Brooks. Pallbearers were Gary Browning, Ira Vandall, Jerry and Curtis John- son, Lonnie Payne and Richard Lilly. Honorary pallbearers were employees of the Material Lab of Princeton and Lewisburg. The body was at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Home in Hinton and at the church one hour prior to the services. WILSON Grover Wilson, 68, formerly of Quinwood, died Monday, November 9, at a Fairlea hospital. Born August 5, 1919, at Cralgs- ville, he was the. son of Flf- enee George Wilson of Richwood and the late C over Wilson. Mr. Wilson was a retired coal miner. He was preceded in death by two :~'others, Omer and Ellis Wilson. Other survivors include his wife, Beatrice Stump Wilson; a daughter, Marian Vest of Alderson; a son, n~,.id Lee Wilson of Charlotte, N.C.; two sisters, Madeline Stewart of Nallen and Irene Lewis of Akron, Ohio; three brothers, Fred Wilson of Tioga, Clyde Wilson of Craigsville and Frank Wilson of Talmadge, Ohio; and five grandchildren.. Services were held Thursday Nov- ember 12 at II a.m. at the Wal- lace Memorial Mausoleum Chapel in Clintonville with Revs. Troy George and French Smith officiating Bur- ial followed in the Walalce Memorial Cemetery at Clintonville. The body is at the Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Rainelle. BOLLING Bruce Edward Belling, 20, of Sandy Plains, North Carolina, died Monday in a single car accident. Bern in Polk County, North Car- olina, he was the sonof Cornelius R. Belling of Westminister, South Car- olina and Glennie Henson BoRing of Sandy Plains, North Carolina. He attended Polk Central High School and was employed by Stone Cutter Mill, Mill Spring, North Carolina. Surviving beside his parents: four brothers: Michell and Michael Boil- ing, both at home; C.R. Bulling, Jr. of the U.S. Navy Scotland and Lee Belling of Westminister, S.C. ; four sisters: Terresa Hare of Mill Spring, N.C.; Gale Palmer of Land- rum, S.C., Harriet Hood of Camp- obello, S.C., and Donna Boiling of Harris, N.C. Paternal grandfather, Harry Boiling, formerly of Jumping Branch, W. Va. now of Sandy Plain, N.C. Maternal grandmother, Lillie Mae Conner of Sandy Plains, N.C. Funeral services were held at 4:00 Wednesday in the Faith Baptist Church, Mills Spring, North Carol- ina, with the Rev. William painte officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. McFarland Funera! Chapel, Try- on, North Carolina was in charge of arrangements. BALLENGEE J. Tom Ballengee, 97, died Sun- day, November 15, at i0:15 a.m. at a Beckley hospital following a long illness. Born July' 22, 1890, in Fayette County, he was the son of the late Henry and Mary Richmond Ballen- gee. Mr. Ballengee was a lifelong resident of Pluto, a member of Martha Chapel Methodist Church at Hinton, a former employee of the C & 0 Railway Co. and was a re- tired farmer. He was preceded in death by his wife, Elizabeth Bennett Ballengee in 1979. Survivors include three sons, Oak- ley, Arthur and Billy Ballengee, all of Pluto; four daughters, Rinda Plumley and Lottie Bennett, both of Pluto, Irene Richmond of Stana- ford and Nora Hartfield of Beck- ley; 23 grandchildren and 16 great - grandchildren. The body is at the Ronald Mead- ows Funeral Parlors in Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Durham are proud to announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Tara Brook, on October 26, 1987, weighing 9 lbs. 12 I/2oz. Paternal grandparents are Brenda Gay of Hinton and Fred- erick Durham, of Texas. Maternal grandparents are Mildred and Glen A. Carbaugh of Pennsylvania. Pat- ernal great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. E. " Chick" Garrett, of Hinton. Italy invaded Ethiopia in 1935. A German partition of Czechoslovakia took effect in 1938. Talcott School 1st. 9 weeks Honor Roll 9th Grade -APt Tanya Harvey, and Cheryl Lowry. "B" Robin Boiling, Sharon Bends, Eric Frazier, Tracies Hurt, Renee Kea- tley, Drew Meadows, Amy Miller, Scott Reed, Kim Wynes, and Chrystal Ward. 8th Grade 6*A*, Shelly Dominick, Sabrina Ward. "B" Michelle Brooks, Brian Cernett, Amos Hicks, Juanita Stewart, Ti- mmy Young, Michelle Williams, Brenda Yancey, Jon Allen, Amy Ford, Gary Fos- ter, Melanie Humphrey, Tara Low- ry, Lake Wykle, Kendra Lusk, Angle Martin, Sara Miller, Jackie Mitcbem, Kenetta Pierce, and Jennifer Shrader. 7th Grade 6*At~ Jared Meadows. "B" Rhonda Bower, Tonya Ewing, Jason Pierce, Jason Morgan, David Wiseman, Joseph Richmond, Rusty Williams, Jamie Briers, Stacy New- ton, Billy Burdette, Sherri Fox, Heath- er Graham, and Sonny Gunter. 6th Grade "A" Christy Hypes. Frankie Adkins, Johnny Dillon, Kevin Fox, Christina Jolliffe, Jenny Mann, Zachary Meador, Jody Shrader, Tony Cales, Susan Miller, Andrea Willey, Kevin Adkins, Jason Ballengee, Angle Fox, Stella Harvey, Kim Spade, Micah Woodrum. 5th Grade .,A9. Tucker Ford, and Shelly Newton. 6.Bt, Cheri Caudle, Ryan Crowder, Jody Mann, Patricia Sea, Erica Williams, Jennifer Will- iams, Robert Blankenship, Angela Cook, John Ford, Richard Grimmett, Brian Keatley, Sabrina Meadows, Robyn Mitc]iem, Jennifer Ricl~mond, and Brad Wylde. 4th Grade **A" Lacy Gunnoe, Charlie Long, Chris Lowe, Shaun Meadows. "B" Henry Adkins, Josh Dryden, La- ura Harvey, Kelly Spade, Chris Allen, Angela Brooks, Danny Dillon, Kristy Buckland, Andrew Petitt, Darren Dillon, and Jessica Grim- mett. 3rd Grade *~Ojt Craig Kirkham, Amy Eller, Val- erie Hedrick, Ivan Fox, Amy Wills, Wesley Ward, Josh Newton, Karen Richmond, Christi Barker, Doug Huber, Michlle Palmer, Crystal Raines, Aaron Mann, Tom Jolliffe, Charlie Blankenship, Char- lton Briers, David Jones, Marlena Hicks, Tabitha Fox, Tara Ford, Lou Tisha French, Megan Meadows, Ginny Rifle, Scott Fact- eau, James Meadows, Billie Jo Williams, Melissa Stand- ard, Joni Spade, Beverly Bragg, Jeremy Sizemore, Brian Canter- Home of those Delicious Hot Dogs. OPEN DAILY 6 AN to 10 PIf Bmkfast 6:00 all to 11:30 am bury, Melissa Vandall, and Kathy Hammonds. 2nd Grade *60*t Jennifer Keatley, Sarah Rich- mond, K.D. Burdette, Erin Willey, Jennifer Rudisill, Amy Elkins, Mel- issa Facteau, Kimberly Martin, Lori Richmond. "S" Rodney Bower, Edmund Brooks, Rebecca Frazier, Dovan Young, Jr. Bowles, Kristen Brogan, Alisha Ty- ree. Heather Ward, Crystal Richmond, Donna Campbell, Michael Clayton, Sheri Bennett, Jennifer Brown, Adam Burdette, Jonathan Cook, Ronald Gore, James Kincaid, Jennifer Lane, Jamee McKnew, Gina Moreno, Eric Richmond, Hea- ther Williams, and Calvin McAlp- ine. Ist **O~* Lara Eller, Derek Mann, Jess- ica Perkins, J. J. Richmond, Robin Williford, Wendy Belling, Christen Bower, Bret Crowder, Jane Wiseman, "S" David Allen, Scott Burnett, Mel- anie Cook, Loyd Lowry, Jason O' Neal, Jessie Raines, Richard VanStav- ern, Rusty Cook, Derek Gwinn, Melissa Hicks, Richard Johnson, Alicia Meador, Zachary Meadows, Anita Stennett, and Joni Tate. LOW INCOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM The Hinton Senior Center will be assisting with the completion of LIEAP application after November 15th, 1987. Applications are not available until that date. Inchy had a slow week this past week! He climbed $60 to $10,474.02. Fortunately the library received a shipment of new best sellers to help keep everyones spirits up! New on our shelves are: Isaac asimov's FANTASTIC VOYAGE 11 DESTINATION BRAIN. Marilyn frenchis HER MOTHER'S DAUGHTER: A Novel. Katherine Hepburn's THE MAKING OF THE AFRICAN QUEEN OR HOW I WENT TO AFRICA WITH BOGART, BACALL AND HOUSTON AND ALMOST LOST MY MIND. John Jakes' HEAVEN AND HELL ( 3rd of the North and South trilogy). 'Mary Lovell's STRAIGHT on til MORNING. A biography about air pilot BERYL MARKHAM) Tip O' Neill's MAN OF THE HOUSE. William Safire's FREEDOM. ( A Civil War novel). Danielle Steel's KALEID OSCOPE. J,R.B. Ttolkien's THE LOST ROAD and OTHER WRITINGS. Dell Shannon's MURDER BY THE TALE. Hinton Senior Citizens Hold Program defending our Country. All agreed, A special program was held at the Hinton Senior Citizens Center, Nov- ember 12, 1987 in observance of Veterans Day. Attending were: Ernest Cox, Carl Edwards, George Sowder, Wendell Bowies, Bob Myers, Homer Keffer, Pearl Wheeler, Robert Mock and Mary Rice. The program begin with a song, Faith of Our Fathers by Robert and Helen Mock. Prayer was offered by graphics Rev. Carl Edwards. The group sang i America the Beautiful and God Will Take Care of You, accompanied on the piano by Estella Akers. Bob Myers told about a trip he and his wife had taken back to the countries where he was stationed and shared some photographs with everyone. 8 x 10 $3.90 mr. Each veteran that attended the program introduced themselves and told which branch of the service they ~' mere infermtioa. were in and how they felt about .......................... Alderson,WV We Sell The Best For Less O, |rak, II lh, id,,, .Spires ...r r" Oali for the best prioe in the valley ' i .,. q,Au, Prices Start At 1799.00 Installed. " John Thompson q lMI Jack Longonocre ' 44S-724S I , I I J ,,N ,I they hope we are never at war again but if necessary they would gladly do it again. Prizes were awarded to the oldest veteran, Pearl Wheeler, and the youngest, Carl Edwards and BOb Myers. The program ended with the American Flag Salute. After lunch everyone enjoyed cup cakes baked by Mrs. Ruby Wheeler. I 100 YEAt OF SERVICE 1887-1987 Your bank has been rated one of the best banks in the nation for the period ending June 30, 1987 by Sheshunofl Rating Services, Therefore, you will be included in our new publication THE HIGHEST RATED BANKS IN AMERICA. Plcasc accept our cangratulations. THE OF HINTON HINTON, WEST VIRGINIA M'~'MBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURAhCE CORP'ORATION i i i i [i ii i ~ illl I rl I ii I II ill