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4- Hinton News Tues. Nov. 19, 1985 The Hinton News Published Tuesday By the Hinton Publlshln| Corporation 210 Second Avenue Hinton, W. Va. 25951 t [red Lea| Publlshar - dltor Phone (304) 406-0005 USPS 246-180 By Carrier Subscriptions By Mai 29 Cents Oaliy $8.40 Per Year ,, U S Pos~l Relubtions ilequ~ Payment In Advancl Second Class PostaEe Paid A] Hinton, W. Va, Sarah Lowery, fight, of Hlnton, and classmates enjoyed the view from Indian Fort Mountain during Berea College's recent ll0th celebration of Mountain Day. Sarah is a sophomore biology major at the central Kentucky college which cancelled classes to allow! students and faculty to hike in the college's 7,000-acre forest. Region V, Section H,AA / Hinton 49, Independence 33 Hinton used a 23-point, ll-rebound output from Honak to lift them to a 49-33 win over Imlsp- endence in the opening game d tlm RegionV, Section II AA girls Imsk- etball tournament Wednesday n~ht at Hinton. Liza Davis contributed with 11 points and 12 rebounds for the Lady Bobcats in the win. Independence was led by Heather Warden's 17 points in the less. Hinton improves to 5-15 and they now await the winner of the other semi-final that still includes Shady Spring, Liberty and Midland Trail. Independence 2 13 7 11-33 Hinton 13 13 3 18-49 Top scorers: I - Heather War- den 17; H - Kim Honaker 23, Lizn Davis It. C&P Assesses Flood Damage in Wake Of Recent Flood / The recent devastating flooding in West Virginia took its toll on C&P Telephone customers and switching offices. Since the flood waters have receded, C&P has been working to repair or replace telephone equip- sent and facilities. Currently, all C. P switching off- ices are functioning. However, an estimated 3,500 residential and bus- iness customer dial tone lines are out of service, limiting telephone usage for these customers. In many instances, it will be necessary for, C&P to visit homes and businesses to determine on a case by case basis what is needed to restore tele- phone service to the customer. Customers should note, however, that C&P does not have telephone o Report of livestock auction sale held Friday November 8, 1985 amounting to $58,216.04. 222 head of livestock was sold by 36 different consignors, and 45 buyers. Stockers & Feeders: Heifers: Choice 51.00 - 56.50; Good 47.50 - 52.50; Medium 44.00 - 48.75; Common 41.75 - 48.50. Stockers & Feeders: Steers: Choice 62.00 - 68.75; Good 54.00 - 4H$.25; Medium 48.00 - 52.75; Corn- moo 3L50-46.50. Stockers & Feeders Bull: 42.00 - 48.50. Baby Calves: 26.00 - 48.50. Hogs: Shoats: 24.50- 41.50. Horses: 8.50 - 12.25. Ponies: 7.00 - 8.75. Cows: Commercial 32.00 - 36.50; Utility 54.00 - 36.50; Canner & Cutte~ 50. 33.00; Cows & Clvs., 350.00 ~.00. Veal C.alves: Choice 62.00 -68.50; Good 56.00 - 61.00; Medium 48.00 49.50; Common 40.00 - 44.00. Bulls: Commercial & Good 41.50 - 48.75; Cutter 39.50 - 43.25. WE UNDERSTAND In your time of grief, our ii i