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O '!:!~:i !~i!:i! ! !!i' ! ~ ~'~'::~ ::i~ i::? !::~'ili~ =::i (Continuing the Hinton Daily News & The Weekend Leader) Volume 115 No. 29 Hinton, West Virginia Tuesday, November 28, 2017 50 Cents Summers County High School traveling team. painting, running and weightlifting, Senior Catie Sexton is the Daughter Catie also manages the Summers and spending time with friend of Barry and Theresa Sexton of County High School Band. Tiffani and her family. Lerona, WV. Catie is a member of the National C atie plans to attend college catie plays softball for Summers Honor Society, Beta Club, and Key majoring in Forensic Investigation County High School as well as the club. in the fall. Southern West Virginian StarsShe enjoys making crafts and Dream: Loca Summers County High School baseball for the Summers County the Fellowship of Christian,~,thletes. Senior Tucker Lilly is the son of Greg Bobcats. Tucker enjoys playing sports, and "Toothpick"and Nancy Lillyof Jumping He is a member of Bluestone spending time with friends. Branch, WVo Baptist Church. Tucker is a member Upon graduation Tucker plans to Tucker plays varsity football and of the Beta Club, Honor Society, and attend college. BARNS OF SUMMERS COUNTY- West Virginia Heritage ****DON'T An extract from the book ..... for your enjoyment By Phyllis Campbell Whitley WAIT TOO LONG- ORDER SPECIAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW**** Order information is listed near the end of this article. in Music Le: gonna party like it's 1999." local charities," McIntire added. LEWISBURG, WV--On Over the course of the evening, The talent will include local December 2, 2017, a host of local more than twenty local musicians legends like Allan Dale Sizemore, musicians will put on a tributd will play their favorite cover of a Jim Snyder, and Susanna Robinson. concert at Hill and Holler Pizza to fallen star. Proceeds from the concert will honor the scores of music legends They will play classics from the benefit two local non-profit that passed away in 2016 and 2017. likes of Ralph Stanley, Prince, Tom organizations: the Yew Mountain Organizers Anna Osborne of Petty, David Bowie, Glenn Frey, and Center and Appalachian Mountain Alderson andAmy McIntire of White many more. Advocates. The suggested donation Sulphur Springs say that the "The variety of musicians that is $ 5 to $10. constant stream of news since the we've lost the past two years is The doors will open at Hill and beginning of 2016 about the deaths incredible," said event organizer Holler Pizza for the performance at of one music great after another Amy McIntire. "The span of genres 8:30 pro, and the show starts at 9:00 inspired them to organize local and eras is really remarkable." pm. musicians to pay tribute to the lost. "We are incredibly grateful to all More details about the event are "We wanted to get together to'the musicians who have dedicated available on Facebook at https: / / celebrate the music of these icons," their time to get ready for this www.Facebook.com/events / said organizerAnnaOsborne."We're exiting event, which will benefit 273932819795415/. Summers County Falls to Wheeling Central Catholic OLD GWINN FARM- EL TON MOUNTAIN AND LANE AREA This is one of the barns built on Hill Gwinn, recalls "putting loose Historical Society. the Clarence Hill Gwinn 100+ acre hay in the barn as a kid with my The book can be purchased at the farm located in the Elton Mountain cousins and stomping the hay down Summers County Public Library or and Lane area of the Green Sulphur to make room for more hay. by order at barnsofsummerscounty. District. Hugh cherry trees surrounded com. Summers County took a tough room at the half. It was built between 1937- the barn and we would take a break Mrs. Whitley's latest book 1938 by Mr. Gwinn and his sonsand pick cherries eating a few in is entitled "Photographer on loss 42-14 in Saturday's semifinal The Bobcats managed to score Nathaniel and Marlin. Reverendthe process. Horseback - John C. Wiker'. It game against No. 10 rank Wheeling two beautiful and well-deserved Nathaniel Gwinn, living in Florida There were also huckleberry details life of a photographer who Central Catholic. touchdowns in the second half, but now, recalls his father wanted to bushes near Joe Gwinn's old barn, lived along Little Wolf Creek in the The Bobcats got off to a roughfelt short of bringing home the win. have the barn completed before he where, as a kid, I picked the berries early 1900s. start in the and couldn't recover, None-the-less to all of Hinton the and Marlin went in the military and enjoyed them too. It can be purchased from Central took advantage of 2 Bobcat 2017-18 Summers County Bobcats service in 1939. Actually, the whole family members of the Summers County turnovers in the 1st quarter and are champions in our hearts and an jumped out to a 28-0 lead by the inspiration to future Bobcats and to Stanley and Peggy Gwinn took enjoyed eating the cherries and the Historical Society or by order at end of the quarter, us all! Joyce and me. to the farm that is berries." photographeronhorseback.com. now owned by Carl and Ramona Mr. andMrs. Keaton use the barn Sale of the Barn book benefits The Bobcats continued to Congratulations Bobcats on your Keaton to photograph the barn and today to store hay and machinery, the Library and sale of the Wikel struggle in the second quarter with success this year. We Are Bobcat to learn more about it. Mrs. Whitley is a lifetime book benefits the Summers County a score of 42-0 heading to the locker Proud! Stanley, grandson of Clarence member of the Summers County Historical Society. i