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VI ': 8--Hinton News Tues. Nov. 27, 1979 ....  ::: Lois lianger Joins Dolphins lis ttanger of Marie, Sum- either extension education or mers County, is participating on teaching vocational home econ- the synchronized swimming omics. She is the daughter of team, the Dolphin Club, at West Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Hanger Virginia University. A 4-H Club of Marie and the granddaug'h- participant for the past nine ter of Mrs. J.N. Willis of Hin- years, she plans a career in ton. Big Drop Award W.J.B. Simmons, owner of Simmons Foodland, is shown with a plaque presented to him by the Summers County Chapter of the American Red Cross. Simmons Foodland was had the largest percentage of employees donate blood in the latest visit of the Bloodmobile to the area. The Summers County Itospital and several area  businesses challenged each other to donate blood and Foodland had the largest turnout with twenty-five percent of their employees partici- .' pating. Photo by Sally ltayslette i Senior Citizens Ask ? )Yddress all correspondence to this column to Boxi776, llinton, WV 25951 or phone 466- 4019. :. Q.My mother was sent home from the hospital 'ith a catheter. The doctor didn't exllain an;thing much about it to me. He just said to bring her back to the hospital if she has any problems, it's such a long way for us to take her to the hospital. Is there any way that a nurse could come to the house to check on her every so often? .. A. The Sumn.ers County Health Department is not funded to provide Home Health Care. Home llealth Care for Summers County, skilled nur- sing care and personal care is supposed to be provided through the Regional Health Council ( O119) out of its Beckley office. A physician's referral is required for this service. ..llowever, it seems that this Home ltalth Services Program has not been well publicised in the county. Few people know about it and many of the doctors themselves have not been made ware of it. If you. think that you or someone you now could use mis service, ask your doctor to make a referral to Darrell Moore at the Health council office in Beckley. Phone 252- 8531. ..Summers Countians will not get the home health services we deserve unless we get our doctors to ask for them. If you know of anyone else who has need of these services be sure to tell r them how they can obtain them. Perhaps they have been discharged from the hospital but still require .some skilled nursing care )dressing 'changes, catheter care injections, etc.,) Perhaps they are chronically ill and require periodic care at home. If so, they should see that a physicians request is made for home Health care services for them. 'again the number to call is in Beckley, ..252- 8531. 19 Attend Dinner Boosters The Cheermakers Class of Miller Memorial held their annual Thanksgiving dinner Tu- esday November 20, 1979 at the church. Rev. Hubert Groves had in- vocation. Delicious turkey and all the trimmings were served buffet style to members and invited guests. After a delicious meal a short business meeting was held. President, Mrs. Bea Ballen- gee, called the meeting to order. Treasurer report was given by Mrs. Nellie Robertson. Meeting was adjourned until December meeting which will be held at the home of Mrs. Ballengee in upper Bellepoint. Members are to bring a gift to be exchanged at the meeting. Members attending were : Mrs. Madge Butts, Mrs. Kathy Willey, Mrs. Grace Saunders, Miss Pearlie Thompson, Mrs. Nell Wickline, Mrs. Kathern Willey, Mrs. Bea Ballengee, Miss Virginia Maddy, and Mrs. Nellie Robertson. Guests attending were : Miss Teresa Butts, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Willey, Ms. Daisy, Ms. Light, Rev. and Mrs. Hubert Groves and Michelle, Lorie Willey, and Kimberly Dawn Robertson. Summarize Event The Hinton High School Band Boosters held their regular meeting November 19, in the Band Room. The First National Bank of Hinton and the National Bank of Summers beth donated a $25.00 bond to the winners of the Skate- A- Thon that was held last month by the band students and Boosters. Lee Ann Coins was the student who earned the most ed by Cato's, Thornton's Shoe Store ( Ft. Pitt), Jimmy's T.V., T.V. Mart, Kroger, Tots & Teens, Cox's Pizza Hut, Dairy Queen, and Grandma G's. Several students were not able to attend this meeting so awards will be presented at the next regular meeting scheduled December 10th at 7:00 P.M. in the Band Room. We wish to express our app- money and Robin Bennett had reciation to all who contributed the most sponsors. More awards, money and time to this awards were generously donat- project. Welcome New Mem00 The Hilldale Busy Bees 4-H Club held their meeting Nov- ember 14th at the home of Kay and Kerri Lilly. New members were welcom- ed. They were : Scott Lane, Robbie Fix, Tina Meadows, and Michelle Palmer. At the October meeting it had ,been decided to sell chances for a turkey as a fund raising project. Bill Simmons owner of Simmons Foodland donated a turkey. The drawing was held November 18th and Mar Jarr- ell of Hilldale won the turkey. Fur the December meeting it was voted on to make door ornaments for the Senior Citiz- ens of Hiildale. Songs were led Iy Clarkson .and Kelly Games were played at refreshments were ser Mrs. Nola Lilly. Those present were Meadows, Kelly Topping Lilly, Keith Wykle, Can Tina Meadows, Kay Li ris Mann, Robbie Fi Lane, Brian Boone, Palmer, Leslie Caleb' Dillon, Sandy Meadows Clarkson and leaders Topping and Kay Clark The next meeting December 2nd at 2:00 Brian Boone's home. FURNITURE HERE'S HOW IT WORKS _ You Purchase An Item For $400 You May Select _ -  Up To $60 In Free Merchandise Of Your Choice  From Our Entire Stock. 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