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616 SUMMERS STREET - 1 1/ 2 story, 2 br. 2 baths, modern kitchen, living room, dining room, basement. Front and back porch. Nice lot partiality fenced with off- street parking and back entrance. Home in excellent condition. $4%000. BOINT - Observation Road. 4 br. brick and frame, kitchen and dining room combination with fireplace. Living room, $ baths, large patio. ,Basement finished with dan and 2 car garage. 214 JAMES STREET. 2 story home completely remodeled. Living room, dining room, new kitchen, 4 br., 2 1/2 baths, oak trim throughout. New roof, ne .) yl siding, new wir,, carpet. Basement fl:dshed with bath and whirlpooL Garage and workshop. $58,500. 314 8THAVENUE - 1 1/2 story 4 br., 2 1/2 baths, eat-in- kitchen with custom oak cabinets, dining room, den, living room. 2 utility rooms. Central heat and air. New and plumbing. 2 Car unattached garage. Must see to appreciate. FOREST HILL SEMINOLE ROAD - 3 1/2 acres with 3 br, mobile home. Forced air heat. Large garage and workshop. Beautiful land and stocked pond. NEW RIVER - nice selection of river lots below 1-64 bridge. 105 PARK AVENUE - 2 story, 4 br., 1 1/2 baths, part basement, new furnace. 2 car garage, off-street parking, level lot. Reduced $40,000. -Io ith well--and septic. + $x,000. 908 GREEN'BRIER DRIVE - 2 story brick, 3 br., living room with fireplace, dining room, bath, kitchen, sun room. Basement with bath. Front and back porch. Lots goes to river. REDUCED. 313 14the, VENUE - nice 3 br. cottage. Living room, dining room, eat-in.modern kitchen, bath, base"_=T n,+ont and back porclU+.L.d lot with off-street parking. Beautiful view. Home in excellent condition. $35,000. MEADOW CREEK ROAD House and I0 acres. 1/2 miles from Interstate 1.64 exit. 6 1/2 Acres Rt. 12 Riverside Rest Area with 2 br. cottage and beautiful river frontage. | 148 CROSS STREET - 2 or 3 br. home. Dining room, new modern kitchen, hardwood floors throughout. Utility room, central heat and air. Basement, 2 sun decks, new garage. This home in excellent condition. Must see to appreciate. 412 CEDARAVENUE. 2 story, $ br., living room, kitchen, den and bath, basement. Fenced back yard with off street parking. $40,000. WIGGINS A:LD acres, 2 houses. U + BELLEPOINT. 1306 taylor St. 2 br. cottage. JAMES S. KERR-REALTOR Phone 466-4369 Ronnie IL Shuck, Sals r Associate 255-4286 ALTOR r FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS Lowest prices & we deliver! 645-1351 S: J. Neathawk Lumber, Inc. U.S. 219 N. Lewisburg m I JUMPING BRANCH - Oak View Drive. 3 br., living room, modern kitchen, bath, sun deck. 2 car garage on nice 1 .1/2 acre lot. 1204 GREENBRIER DRIVE - 4 br. quality built stone and stucco. 3 baths, one with jacuzzi. Living room, large modern kitchen with appliances, den with fireplace. Central heat and air. Double sun deck, 2 car unattached garage. Lot goes to river. Shown by appointment. WILLOWWOOD ROAD - 3 br. log cabin, partially furnished on large level river lot. ELTON AREA- 18 acres with 1 1/2 story 4 br. brick and stone. Bath, modern kitchen with appliances. Living room, dining room, oak trim throughout. Basement with kitchen, family area, bath, den and patio. A large field with beautiful view, fenced for livestock or horses. 2 car garage and only 2 miles from 1-64. RT. 3 - 2 story 2 br., bath, utility room, living room and kitchen. Plus nice out bldg. on large level river lot. HILLDALE - 2 br. 2 baths mobile home with appliances on 100' x 175' lot. City wate septic system. $25,000. GREENBRIER RIVER Rod Rock Area. 5 acres of level land with 250' of river frontage. NIMITZ - Robin Roost Rd. 3 br. brick and frame. 2 baths, livingroom, dining room, large modern kitchen with appliances, utility area. Oak trim throughout. New heat ,system. 2 car attached deck and out drive'ray, levbl lot. Home in excellent conditon. MADAMS CREEK - 3 br. brick and frame. 2 baths, living room, kitchen and utility room. REDUCED. 1306 SUMMERS STREET - 3 br. large eat-in-kitchen with appliances. Living room with fireplace insert. Den, 1 1/2 baths, basement, large lot. al S29,500. SOUTHSIDE NEW RIVER ROAD - 3 br. brick, 2 car garage. Large level lot near New River. KELLER'S CREEK- H0 acres M.L. Pond, barn. Reduced. SANDSTONE RAMP ROAD - 9 acres, woods. RT. 12 - 2 acres plus lots with rights to Greenbrier River. RT. 12 - 1 acre bldg. lot overlooking Greenbrier River. ALDERSON - 2 br. cottage with 1 br. rnta! ,--" .UNDER cONT]ICT level lot. ALDERSON - 4 family apt. IUNDER CONTRACT ALDERSON - 3 br. home, new kitcSALE PENDING 1206 TAYLOR STREET - cottage, living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, large lot. $19,000. PIPEsTEM - 60' x 200' wooded lot. $5800. JAMES S. KERR-REALTOR Phone 466-4369 Ronnie H. Shuck, Sales 255-4286 REALTOR DIABETES PROGRAM Take control of your diabetes rather than diabetes controlling you. Summers County ARH Rural Health Clinic is sponsoring a free "Diabetes Self-Management Program." Call 466-2905 for more lifesaving information. Knowledge is power. November National Alzheimer's Month November is National Alzheimer's Disease Month, to arouse awareness era disease which - now affects approximately four million Americans,around thirty five thousand in West Virginia--and is predicted to affect about ten million more by mid-century unless a cure is found. It is4he fourth leading cause of death among adults and costs U. S. society approximately $80-100 billion a making it the third most expensive disease in the U. S. More than seven of ten people with Alzheimer's live at home, with about 75% of that care pvided by family or friends. Neither Medicare nor private health insurance covers the long term type of care most patients need Imd the symptoms last from three to twen yedre. Half of all nursing home patients suffer from AD or a related disorder. The title Of the book, rhe 36 Hour Day," is very descriptive of the life of those caring for loved ones with this degenerative disease which attacks the brain and rograsses at a variable rate. Warning signs include memory loss that affects job/home skills, performing familiar tasks, problems finding the right words, disorientation of time and place, poor or decreased judgment, changes in mood and personality, and loss of initiative are a few. With the creation of the Ronald and Nancy Reagan Institute for Research in 1995, more work is being done to find the cause and a cure. It is vital to have a thorough physical exam and lab studies to learn the cause of the symptoms since they may be attributed to other diseases. Physicians can now diagnose AD with an accuracy of 85- 90 once symptoms occur. Support groups are one source of help to caregivers who feel alone and helpless in coping with their never- ending problems. The Southern Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, 1-800-491-2717, in Charleston provides information and accepts donations. In this area the Greenbrier Valley Support Group for Alzheimer's and Related Disorders was formed in 1992 with Co-Facilitators, Terry Cunningham, Charleston and Twyla Wallace, Lewisburg. It meets montldy on the fourth Monday at 2 p. m. in the library of Old Stone Presbyterian Church, Lewisburg. On November 27, Wayne Atkinson, who is a Certified Geriatric Pharmacist of Lewisburg, will talk about "Recent Advances In The Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease." All are welcome who want to learn more about this disorder. Books and videotapes are available for borrowing from the support group and speakers for programs can be provided. For more information, call Twyla Wallace, RN, 645-3414. Tues. Nov. 21, 2000 Hinton News - 7 i APPLIANCES l. Used refrigerators, washers, dryers and electric ranges. Used Mary Kay Cosmetics furniture. Call 466-4524. IAnda Rider HNMar. 21-TFN 466-4335 after 5 p.m. and FOR RENT I +  + . .. . 2 homes for rent or sale, also apt. J.L. GILBERT & SON for ren. 466-2020. Dr. Perrine. House moving, hazing, leveling, HN Mar. 21-TFN shifting and shoring. 304-425-1730: I-IN March 21-TFN Apt. for rent in Be!lepoint, .... Hinton. Fully carpeted, Washer, PRIVATE INVESTIGA'OR - All dryer. $350.00 plus utilities.Call types of investigations - Domestic. 466-1465. Licensed & Bonded. 466-2546. HN Oct. 24-TFN HN March 21-TFN 1 br. cottage, furnished. A 2 br. Garry's Fencing Service trailer. No Pets. 466-6113. Specializing in cemetery and yard HN Nov. 21-28p fencing. No job too big or too small. Free Estimates. 466-5412. HN Nov. 7-28p Steel Bufldmgs, new must sell 30x40x12 was $10,200 now $6,690; + 40x60x12 was $16,400 now $10,971; ABORTION ALTERNATIVE. 50x100x16 was $27,590 now Pregnant and need help. FREE $19,990; 60x200x16 was $58,760 PREGNANCY TESTS. Birthright now $42,990.1-800-406-5126. Cares. 1-800-550-4900. HN Nov. 21p HN Mar. 21-TFN No dumping or trespassing on my property, Tug Creek Road. Jennings J BJNi it CEOS H ld M. CalesandNelsieCales. m z O NEED CHRISTMAS MONEY? HN Nov. 21-Dec. 5p ting Host a Photo Shoot in your home. ] ] Mee And Workshop Easy, Fun, Very profitable,, Also a  WANTEDTO BUY great church fund-raiser! 1-800-892- 7604. The November14th. meetingand Lilly, Erma Meadows, Virginia HNNov. 21p WANTED: Want to buy property on the Mt. View/Streeter Road area workshop was held at the Senior Wilcox, Eloise Richmond, Mildred Van Wyk, Inc. Is A Refrigerator in Summers County. Please call 304- Citizen Center. Members were Meadows, EthelCox, Mary Lou Cox, Carrier Looking For OTR Drivers! 757-3347 after6:00 P.M. taught how to decoupage fabric Mary Kelly, Pauline Meadows, Earn Over $45,000/Yearly. Home I-IN July 4-TFN poinsettias on white Christmas balls Colleen Minton, and Mary EveryWeek. Newer Model Trucks w/ by instructor Anna Lilly. Gold paint Newsome. Stand Up Sleepers; Per Diem Pay; WANTED: STANDING TIMBER, pens were then uses to add fine Health & Life Ins. w/401K. Possible TIMBERLAND, LOGS.Call Grist details such as veining and holly SCHOOL MENUS Training For School Grads. 1-800- Lumber, Inc. 392-6453 or nights, leaves to the fabric flowers. 245-8775 Ext. 108. 392-6087. Ask for Richard Grist. While the project dried, Mary HN Mar. 21-TFN Kelly read an essay entitled "The Week of November 29th. thru HN Nov. 21p Room." Itreminded usthateven December5th.LuNCH I  WANTED Classified Ads thoughthoughtsWeandmaYdeedstryfromtOothers,hide Godur Wed. Nov. 29th. Terrific tco ONLY 35 :wo,, i knows. We can't hide anything from salad, garlic/cheese bread, brilliant = - Him and yet He loves us still, gold corn, calico fruit mix, variety" Need someone to do DEADLINE During the business meeting, cold milk, "Fiesta Taco Bar" @ SMS housecleaning. 466-3031. President Erma Meadows reported & SCHS. HN Nov. 21-28p that the Walk For Her Lifetime Thurs. Nov. 30th. "Super Dog" 11:00 a.m. MONDAY Appreciation Tea held on October w/trimmings you wantt Krispy Business 28th., raised $2200 for the Walk For french fries, baked beans, choice of Her Lifetime Fund. The $50 Savings fresh fruit, whole wheat cookie, Bond donated by member Pauline variety cold milk. Ads Harvey earned $300 and was won FrL Dec. let. BBQ on wheat by Ann Farley. The $50 Savings bread, fresh coleslaw, steamy green Bond donated by our club was won beans, spicy waffle fries, pineapple Deadline by Ida "Topsy" Stennett. The cake, variety cold milk. members who donated cookies, tea Men. Dec. 4th. Hot creamy sets, tea, and their time were given tomato soup w/oyster crackers, 4:00 p.m. FRIDAY a heartfelt thank you. toasted cheese sandwich, banana, 466--0005 Members also unanimously voted fruit yogurt, variety cold milk. When someone Is said to be to spend up to $50 for trophies for Tues. Dec. 5th. Hot steamy chili, 'mending the jug' It means he or the children who participated in the tasty corn kernels, cornbread she has been given an impossi- Summer Reading Program at the muffin, chocolate brownie, red apple ble task. Jumping Branch Elementary School slices, variety cold milk. BREAKFAST this pastsummer. The CEOS in Wed. Nov. 29th. Cheese toast, FOR SALE BY OWNER conjunction with the Summers tater tots. Student chooses from a County Library sponsor this variety of 100% juice and variety program each year. Nimitz-Brick home, approx. 1 acre, 1 1/2 baths, 3 We will again "adopt" a cold milk. B.R., L.R., D. R., large den and kitchen. All Christmas Angel through the Thurs, Nov. 30th. Waffle stixs/ Jumping Branch Post Office and the syrup, banana, variety cold milk. appliances, oak cabinets, full basement w/garage. Department of Human Services. The Fri. Dec. 1st."Breakfast Bar" @ Fireplace, W. B. stove, spa w/gazebo, 2 story bldg. Club will donate $25 with the rest SMS & SCHS. Sausage, hash w/garage and shop. Well and city water, Heat to come from individual members browns, scrambled eggs/tomatoes, contributions. Clothes will be rosy applesauce. Student chooses pump and sir. Price Reduced. purchased for our "little angel." fromhot stoamybiscuit or cinnamon Call 304/466-3438 Our next meeting will be at the roll, variety cold milk. home of Ginger Newsome. Preceding Men. Dec. 4th. Breafast pizza, the business meeting will be our Golden Grahams, 100% orange Braneh annual Christmas Party. Members juice, variety cold milk. Jumping are asked to bring either a salad or Tues. Dec. 5th. Cinnamon raisin a finger food to share. Don't forget biscuit; honey/jelly, Cinnamon Toast 2 A r e P r I v m t e to bring a "white elephant"  for Crunch; 100% apple juice, variety the auction. Money from the auction cold milk. goes into our general fund to finance club projects throughout the year. 3 Bedroom House Following the workshop, NOTICE inembers enjoyed a pot luck soup luncheon. Sharing the repast was Phone 466-1819 Donna Baker, Emma Givens, Ann BROADWAY SHOW Mary Kay The Broadway Show "A .._Adam A-1 Storan00 Christmas Carol" will be Wed., Nov. Cosmetics 29th. at 7:30 PM in the Municipal S Auditorium of the Charleston Civic For Sale Center. Ticket prices: $29/$25/$19. Hilldale - Hlnton All seats reserved. Groups of 20 or more- $3 discount. Plus facility 466-5990 = 466-5706 Free ticket surcharge. Faelals For ticket purchase- call Ticketmaster Charleston Area (304) www.adamsal .corn 342-5757 or Huntington Area (304) Flea Mkt. Friday - Saturday 466-5090 523-5757. EYEGLASSES Fox Photographics 2 Acre Plus Lots or WEDDING Hearing ,.,,'"'. Private Drive OMMEROIAL Aids ""''"'": Jumping Branch 466-2020 Phone 466-1819