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8 - Hinton NewsTues. Nov. 19, 1985 O Community UNIVERSITY WOMEN The Hinton Branch of the ./~ner- ican Association of University Wo- men will meet at the home of Leans Emrich on November 19 at 7:00. Jane Duffield is co - hostess and program leader. All members are invited. BAZAAR The Summers County Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor a Handicraft BAZAAR on Friday, November 22 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Hospital Lobby. The Public is invited to visit the hospital and see the many hand. made items available for sale. Several Holiday crafts will be avail- able. PICTURES Anyone having pictures that have appeared in the paper please stop by and pick - up. These pictures consist of birth- days, weddings, reunions, Little League, etc. The following materials, dealing with child abuse (physical, sexual, mental) have been purchased and placed at the IM Center for use in our schools: "Yes, You Can Say No". VIS, 20 ........ BINGO There will be Bingo every Sat- urday night beginning at 7:00 P.M. at the Summers County Volunteer Fire Department. Come out and have fun and help out the department. LUNG MACHINE ON DISPLAY In its continuing effort for b~- tar health care, and in conjunction with the Great American Smoke- out, Summers County Hospital, will display a lung machine, demon- ,~minutes, ages 7-12 shows children modeling protective behaviour in- cluding the prevention of sexual assault. "Speak Up, Say No', VHS, 8 minutes, ages 3-9 ( includes man- ual), teaches children to beware of strangers and also to recognize and avoid sexual abuse from trusted friends, relatives, and acquaintan- ces, features Penelope Peabody Mouse. "For Pete's Sake, Tell", VHS, 10 minutes, ages 8- 12 ( includes Regular Chamber meeting Board Directors will be at 12:00 ao~m at the temporary Chamber Office Wednesday. FIA)OD BOOKLET A few copies of a booklet, After the Flood: A Guide for Restoration of Flooded Homes and Farms, are available at the WVU Extension Office Courthouse Annex, Hinton. If unable to come in person, you may call 466- 3711 and request a copy. Meeting of Hinton Jaycees will be Thursday at 7:30 at the Club House. All members are urged to attend please. Sign Up Your Talent "Entertainment '85' What: A variety or talent show. When: Saturday night, 7 Dec. 1985, 8:00 P.M. Where: Hinton High School A u d i t o r i u m . Why: Prizes - Awards for EACH Catagory . (students only receive prizes awards) Who: Students and - or adultsi anyone or any group with tplent. Catagories: Musical - solo or group vocal or instrumental, skits, acting, baton twirling, daNCING ETC. Anyone interested in participating please call Mrs. Allen 466 - 0975 or Mrs. Muddy at 466- 4129. The is sponsored by the Hinton High School Band Boosters. of strafing a healthy lung, emphy-manual), shows children how they sema lung, ands cancermm lung, in can be tricked by adults - strung- the Hosptlal Lobby November 18 - ere and friends - relatives. 21, from 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. The "Recognizing Child Abuse and public is e~eouraged to visit the Neglect", film strip, for teachers - Hospital and see the lung machine in adul~. action. "Strong Kids, Safe Kids," VHS, 40 Hinton Area P.T.O. is sponsoring a cake walk and hot dog sale Friday December 6th at 5:00 p.m. in the school gym. There will be live en- tertainment. Everyone is welcome. Media Advisory The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will conduct a national teleconference Monday, Nov. 18, to describe the agency's program to assist comunities in identifying and reacting to acutely hazardous chemicals that are potential threATSIF RELEASED ACCIDENTALLY. The teleconference is scheduled from 11:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. EST. Individuals can view the program if they have access to a C- band TVRO (television receive only) antenna. The program will be broadcast on Galaxy III satellite, Transponder Channel 5H, Location 93.5 degrees West, Dewnlink frequency 3800 MHz, Audio: 6.8 MHz. Those without access to a satellite dish but still wishing to establish downlink site should contact Rich Caldwell at Satellease, (312) 649 - 9339. minutes, for children 3-12 to be viewed with adult - family - anim- ation, graphics, songs and " The Fonz" instructs families - children about personal safety and dangerous situations. " Bubbylonia Encounter," VHS, 27 minutes, ages 6-12, highly acc- laimed screeplay; a sensitive and humorous films bout " touching"; introduces " Bub" a visitor from the planet Bubbylonia; she learns about positive and negative touch- ing; offers children a positive ex- ample. ( Includes extensive man- ual). The Corvumer One way to save good money on shoes is to buy good quality shoes. Inexpensive shoes don't hold their shape and can wear out fast. They often end up thrown away because they ususally cannot be repaired. TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS TO STAY IN HIGH DEMAND Employment opportunities for electronics and electrical techni- cians, computer systems analysts and computer programmers will continue to grow faster than many other occupations through 1995, according to a new study of techni- cal employment. The job outlook for the Paci~ic region is particularly outstanding for these workers. These are among the major find- ings in an analysis conducted for DeVRY INC., one of North Amer. ica's largest proprietary postsecond- ary technical education systems. The study forecasts employment trends in 74 selected occupations and 69 industries, and in 21 cities, many high tech employment centers. "Rapidly advancing technology will continue to have a tremendous impact on employment," says Philip A. Clement, DeVRY INC. president. "Hundreds of thousands of new jobs will be created in the next decade through the applica- tion of new technological develop- merits." The DeVRY study shows the jobs expected to exhibit the largest ab- solute employment gains are secre- taries and stenographers (261,660), technical sales representatives (172,690), automotive mechanics (t80,120), accountants and au- ditors (170,270) and store mana- gers (153,470). Industry demand for computer systems analysts will produce about 136,850 new jobs by 1995, making it the sixth-ranked occupa- tion in total employment among technical job categories examined. Other technically-oriented occu. pations expected to produce strong demand for new employees include electronics/electrical technicians (134,300), electrical engineers (132,920), computer programmers (129,000), computer operators (99,190), and data processing and office machine mechanics (61,650). Los Angeles, New York City and Chicago lead the areas studied in the new jobs for the technically- trained. The average is: 5,213 for electronics/electrical, technicians, 5,000 for computer programmers, and 5,330 for systems analysts. Phoenix is tops in projected growth rate for technically-trained employees. Annual projections are: 4.5 percent for electronics/electri- cal technicians (2,090 new jobs), 5.2 percent for computer programmers (1,840 new jobs), and 5.5 percent for computer systems analysts (1,910 new jobs). Of the 69 industries examined, the DeVRY study reveals that in absolute growth terms the leading industries are all service oriented. Health care industries are pro- jected to have the highest rate of growth in demand for new employ- ees with 637,170 new positions. The automotive industry is a leader in the creation of new jobs for electricaYelectronic techni- cians, with an annual growth rate of more than 16 percent (over 11,000 jobs). For computer pro- grammers, the auto industry ranks fourth in terms of growth rate. This represents a sig~ficant increase from last year's study. Tradition has it that in Scotland the first one in a house on New Year's Day guts a big bear hug. Why? Because he has brought the host good luck. Scot celebrators curry cakes and spiced ale to wish their host/a good year. America's first extenMve hard-sur- faoe mad w~ built in Pennm/Ivnnla. Completed in 1796, it was known as tha Lancaster Turnpiku and ran (12 ndles. ward the center, adlad "highways'. ~ ~ muds beetm known ts bywm?l." n use The Daagerons Stranger", VHS, 10 minutes, ages 7-14; dramatizes the methods that molesters use to win a child's confidence; shows children how to react. "Strangers We Meet", VHS, 10 minutes, ages 6-12; shows safety measures to take when approached by strangers, uses everyday epi- sodes that boys and girls can identify with. "Child Abuse: It Shouldn't Hurt To Be A Kid"; VHS, 29 minutes, adult teachers; features John Houseman and Rieky Sehreder and is used in training teachers, health care personnel, law enforcement personnel, day care personnel, soc- ial service employees, etc.; covers legal obligations and offers insights into recognizing and reporting sus- pected child abuse. Curriculum: "Talking to Children - Talking To Parents About Sexual Assault", released on PBS as " Child Sexual Abuse: What Your Children Should Know"; useful for ages 6-12 particularly. Curriculum: Talking About Touching: A Personal Safety Curr- iculum;" developed to teach elem- entary school teachers how to teach children to protect themselves from exploitation. Curricuium: " Talklag About Touching With Preschoolers", in-, cludes self-protective skills and safety tips to decreaSe the child's vulnerability to abuse and exploit- ation. Teachers are asked to use these materials, but should preview them before use. From Page I 5-Year Plan but every part of Hinton. This is a development plan for all of Hinton." Ed Note: In two weeks The Hinton News will begin a series of arUcles Celebrates 7th Birthday Misty Dawn Simmons celebrated her 7th birthday on Saturday Nov- ember the 9th with a party given by her parents Kenny and Sandra Sim- mons at their home at Pine Hill. Those attending the party were: Megan and Shawn Meadows, Martha Gill, Mrs. Elaine Fox and Tammy, Mrs. Beckie Bonds and Christy, Mrs. Ruth McGuire, Earl Vest, Roger Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. George Williams and Mr. James Humphreys. Those sending gifts were: Mrs. Mae Meadows, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lyall and Tony and Perry Jackson. Bluestone Lake Garden Club Meets The Bluestone Lake Garden Club met Monday, November II, 1985 at the home of Mrs. C. S. Dillon. The President, Mrs. Clifford Mea- dows opened meeting with Club Collect said in unison, roll call was answered by members giving their Greatest Blessing. Minutes read and Treasurer's report given. The meet- ing was then turned over to Mr. Harold Spicer from Downtown Floral, who was in charge of program on Christmas Floral Arr- angements. A miniature sleigh with red silk poinsetti$/s, Holly and white phlox was given as a prize with Mrs. Harry Wait the winner. Delicious party plates were ser- ved to the following members: Mrs. L.J. Burton, Mrs. R. J. Emrich, Miss Ruby Holland, Mrs. Clifford Meadows, Mrs. Russell Miller, Mrs. Bonnie Peck, Mrs. H. C. Porter, detailing the 91 page report on the Mrs. Charles Sydnor, Miss Anna e~onomic development plan for Laura Waid, Mrs. Harry Wait, Mrs. Htnton. . J. N. Wills and the hostess. You may be able to step out in style r ...... ---------- ................ SPECIAL RENT for years to come if you invest in a I pair of quality, repairable shoes, | WEDNESDAy a.po.ssay. I N't Al)'t ENTURE ' I[)EO MOVIE FOR ONL NOTICE I NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S SALE: I The undersigned Substitute Trustee, by virtue I of the autherlly in him by that certain document J of reeerd in the Office of the Clerk of the Cotmty Court e/ Summers County, West Virginia, | whereby he was appointed as ~tllute Trustee | i, imit 3 p,'r Coupon WITH ('~)UP()N NEED A VIDEO PLAYE~?. RENT OVER of F. W. Sawyers in these eertoin deed,, of trust | NIGHT FOR ONLY ~.N WED. ONLY executedbyDavidB, WiUisandPer~yWillis, his l rP' iT ill D ' P wife, the first dated the 2rid day o( July, 1980, in the amount of $18,000.00, alld ~ record in the | CoRpQl~ ~ .L Ir . .Vi /. t /- l County.fficeoftheClerk(theConntyConrtofSumme~west Virginia, in Trust Deed ~ 97, | Wed. NOv. = TEMPLE STREyT,2INTON~" .... ! page x=, and a second dated the 2eth day of L..........es,...,~--.m~.m......... .'-.w~"~-. .----.----------- . -~_.~, February, Ig83, and ~ raced in said Clerk's e/rice in Trust Deed Bock I~, page 440, ~tmrtng a note in the amount of $5,~91.~, said deeds of truat being in d~ault, the said Suhatitute Trustee having bee~ requested by the beneficiary there~ so to do, NOW, THEREFORE, I DAVID L, ZIEGLER, Substitute Trustee as foreuid, will proceed to sell the hereinafter d~crihed real estate at lmblle auction on the 7th day of December IgSS, st 10: 00 a.m to the ~t bidder for cash in hand at the front doer of the Cour- thouse of Summers County, West Virginia, which real estate is situate in Green Sali~ur Di~rtet and doscribnd as follows. FIRST TRACT: BEGINNING at a rock wall C~'~' on file J.A, Bowlas Bond; thence with the rock wall approximately 104' to a branch; thence running with said branch ap. proximately 150' to the C.M. Willis Ro~d; thence with the C. M. Willis Road aplx'onimat~y 300' hack to the p~aoe of BEGINNING. And being the same real e~tote c~weyed to David B. Willis by Eugene Willis and Betty Jo Willis by deed datDd the 24th day ~ March, t~0, and ~ ~ in the ~flee of the Clerk of the Omnty Omu~ of Summers CaLmLy, West Vtrgin~. mDeedBodk I~ page ~. BUSINESS OPPORTUNTIY: Open your own beautiful Children's Shop. Infant to Pre-Teen. Nationally known brands Health Tax, Donmonr, Lee, Levi, Chic, Buster Brown, Ized, Her Majesty, Nannette, Faltman and many more. Furniture- accessories and toys by Gerber and Nod-A-Way. $14,900.00 to $24,000.00 includes beginning inventory- training- fix- Lures- grand opening promotions and round trip air fare for one. Call today. We can have your store opened in 15 days. Prestige Fashions 501-329-8327. 191} a n t Sat 11-10, 12-6 ONLY AT Brewster's Millions The Red Light Sting Get Out of My Room { Cheech & Chang) Ghostbusters Beverly Hills Cops , TEMPLE ST., HINTON I I I 8 x 10 $3.00 each. fi more inf;mation. Rider Supply & Construction Co. DAVID M. "MIKE" RIDER Owner 205 TEMPLE ST HINTON, W,V Licensed & Insured Free Est,mates 466-4961 Craft Country ARTS AND ~RAFT SUPPLIES Chocolate & Hard Candy Supplies lCevin & Sharon Matheny November Craft Country Classes Nov. 18 Centerpiece Candle 6.00 Nov. 2S Candy Making -18.00 All classes are at 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Call Craft Country to enroll. Phone 466-5516 215 2nd Avenue Hinton, WV 25951 ELECTROLYSIS Free Consultation By Aplmintmont One of the latest and most effective general methed of permanent hair removal. MEDICALLY APPROVED Call 645-1253 ask N Jane. sample Treatment. WI Sactatai'ies wifl be ia office Sis time Is make appointmnts. We will teepee on Monday, December 2,11. Mot 9:00 to 12.-00 - 6:00 to 8:00 I'III1. 9:00 to hO0 Will. 9.-00 tO 12.-00 - 6:00 tO 8:00 Thra. Closed Fri. 9:00 to 12:00 Phone 466-5361 Shop Early For Christmas At THE BO UTIQUE Today ! Fabulous Holiday Jewelry... Affordable Layaway... Free Gift Wrapping.. Redeem Your HOLIDAY Fashion Show Ticket For A Special At THE BOUTIQUE! Register for the WINTER PLACE Season Pass Drawing --:--_-No Purchase Necessary ! Have A Very Merry Countryroads Plaza Monday - Saturday 10 - 8 ,1 -5 Hinton, WV 466-0930 trm wef COu B rec| dut.~ and Riw said loot, that awa prol to a~ prot the utes A Wed meu Dev dire aut Ja St-" Tom echo Wect need is o4 Ing.