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i By Bill :Drossier Thel continuation of the his- tory of her family that was writt.e.n by Mrs. Hilda CoTerie Gartwell Creasy: Chapter Two - Eber the man - "Eber was only fifteen years old when he becarfle a Soldier. He was bern on Jfily 4, 1797, a true Am- ericat Yankee. After the war Eber settled in Greenville, Vir- ginia,. At the age of twenty- four he married a Miss Maddy, who died in child birth, as she gave him his first son, Justus Wi- lley. After his wife&apos;s death his mother-in-law took the baby to I El he must lipid his mountain and start a new life. Leaving his i . .young son behind he hitched his - team of oxen to'a wgon loaded with provsions for his long and weary:Journey from Greenville to Little Wolf Creek Mount- '..' "," aih, .Ie. lft aft the spring """i:ains ha'd stoppedand the swollen avers and creeks had receeded. The roads were deep muddy ruts allowing him to cover only a fGw miles a day. His wagon soon became home * as he lay under the stars at night and remembered the stor- ies his father hacl told him of. the long voyage to America It only to find the wolves climb- ing the !adder, but she grab- bed a hatchet and chopped at their feet until they lost their grip and fled. Spring came and there ,was so much to be done - out build- ings to be built, cattle to buy, garden to plant and the " Big ]ouse" to build. That fall Judy and Eber had accomplished so ' much. As Judy sat before the fire spinning and carding the wool fram. their sheep, she knew she must tell her about the new baby that would arrive raise. .... in fhe e/wly Sp/qng.'.' " Ebir had heard of the rich tTo be continued) wooded mountains west of Vir- ginia.that could be purchase.d for one dollar an acre tie knew 41 Buck Area News Birthdays for the month of November were : Ramona Tur- ner, Kenny Cook, Linda Cook and Lewis Cook and Christ- ine Lowry, all of Buck. A baby shower was held "November 21 at the home of Zenith and Edward Cook for their daughter Ramona Turner The shower cake was baked and decorated by Mrs Cook and Mrs. Turner in a baby motiff of booties, baby, bottles, pins and rattles in pink and blue. The table was decorated with a cloth of pink and blue with blocks of a, b, c's and with a centerpiece of the baby stork The shower was co- hosted by Christine Lowry, Linda Cook and Zenith Cook and attended by: Carol Meaodws, tattle Ar- thur, Ramona Turner, Jane Turner, Glenna Cook, Frances Wills, Catherine Frith, Doyle Cook, Patsy Turner, Nancy Allem l)ebbie Crawford, The- lma Garten, ,lean Garten, G1- adys Johnson, Vivian 'Atwell; Novella Cook, Tanya Cook, Ju- dy Thompson, Lillian Turner, Drema Turner, ltilda Turner, Charlotte Wiseman, Melba Wh- eeler, Robin Cook, Wanda Li- vely, Glenna Sanders, John Cook, Joe Lively, Ray Wills, Denver Turner, Kenneth Tur- ner, Edward Cook, Christine Lowry, Marlin and Lanar Tur- ner, L0ri and Junior Cook, Edward and Euginia Thomp- son, Mark Crawford, Charlene, Chris and Charlie Wiseman, Kelly Turner and Joey Lively. Out - of - town guests were Allen, Emily Knisley , Lola l.aymond Lillyof Radford, Va. Lowry, Sally and Elizabeth and Ahnetia Lilly of Radford, Thompson, Rose Hannah, Dora Va. The door prize was won by Robin Cook and winners of party games were I)rema Tur- ner, l,illian 'rurner and Thel- ma Garten. Gifts were received from Claudine Pottery, Myrtle ttar- vey, Janet Richmond, Nita Wi- ckline, ftazel and Tammy Me- adows, Minnie Allen, Virginia Jones, Mrs. Elva Wood, Viol- et Turner, Weldon Carson and Dr. P. B. Camara; all of whom were unablc to attend. The Foresl ltill P. T. A. will meet again on Monday, Janu- ary 5 at 7 p.m. Thc spagh- etti dinner fuod raiser of Nov- ember 15 was a success and thanks Io all who helped. Hospital Notes Summers County Ilospital December 4, 1980 Admitted: Mary Skidmore, John Martin, Sharon Rider, Jeffery Vatlandingham, Cryst- al Reed, Shirley Lett, Louella Cantrell, Oren Grimmett, Do/'- othy Ward, Lelia Hatcher, Ma- ry Ayers. Thomas Patrick, Ho- ward Thomas, all of llinton; Glendon Treadway, Meadow Bridge; Norma Wilcox, Shady Spring; Ruby Whittaker, Reda Vest, both of Jumping Branch ; Charles Hicks, Clyde Huggins, both of Alderson; Arthur Pet- trey, Greenville; Shari Suther- land, Pipestem; Otho Snedeg- ar, Rainelle; and Carol Cales, Sandstone. Dismissed: Mildred Ayers, ,Green Sulphur Springs; Ora Bennett, Hattie Brown. Char- les Johnson, Phyllis Galloway, Mildred Starrett, Joan Grimm- ett, all of Hilton; James Ri- chmond, Ballengee'; Brady Cox , Jumping Branch; and Lilll- tan Martin, Alderson. 'FOR ! Thurs. I t.,'. .,.i, 1980 Hinton News-5 II g, l' I I II Illl School Menus ,S. GOV'T GRADED CHOICE PORTERHOUSE STEAK OR Ta'l, - Less or th41  item ill required to b ' . T Bone Steak UxuaYly null in tl ed It v do run out ot an advw=ml item, wo will offer YOu your choice of comparable item, I Ilintmt Area Elementary Week Of lh,cenlber 15- 19, 1980 MONI)AY- Milk, Baked ('lficken, Tossed Salad, Fruit Salad, llot Rolls, and IItltt*,l ". TUESDAY- Milk, Meat I,oaf. (;reen Beans, Peaches, llot Rolls, lit|tier, WFDNESI)AY- Milk, (;rilled Clwese Sandwich, Potato Salad, Tomato Soup - ('rackers, 'z apple. TIIURSIklY- Milk. ('hill with Beaus, Slaw, Applesauce,k Cornbread. Butter. FIIII)AY- Milk. Nh.ak & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Ch- erry ('obbh,r, liar Rolls, and Bntter. IIbdon Iligh School Vfeek of Ih'('ell|bPr 15 - 19, 1980 M()NI)AY- Milk, Fish and tartar sauce, macaroni salad,! ('no'i('hed Iltm, and SI'Ia%,I)i'IT5 'iJlol't cake. TUFSI)AY- Milk. Baked macaroni with meat and cbeese, toss salad, hot rolb, and I)nttt,r. and fresh pear. VEI)NICSI)AY- Milk, Iloga sandwich, baked potatoes, 3 bean salad, enriched steak Ilti]l, t;lngPrine, 'I'IIIqSI)A - Milk, Iaked tnrkey with dressing and gravy, whipl)ed pot:m.,s, gree, beans, hoi roils and butter arid fresh apph,. FRIi)AY- Milk, llog dog with chili, cole slaw, potatoe slaw, potato rounds, enriched bun. and a orange. . .Attention: if yon wish your seliocl's menu published, please send the next week's menu to the Ilinton News by Tuesday morning. MIIlll Ill SAVE UP TO 40% ON O00PIR COST CUTTERS COMPAR[D TO OTHFR BRANDS" AT KROGER, , H0 0THEN IRANDS ARE STOCKED. I made his trip easier and he knew he must carry on the  twlllde, targeting the Imme IIvlrtl or i taincheck Willey name and be proud of his avertlt ixtce within 3o vtam tO I:)UrchNe the odvortiNd item mt the American Heritage: . I ;" " iWhen .taB finally reached the TOTAL SATISFACTION GUARANTEE AVONDALE .: : toloftemounin, i9%32, h e eIKrteri, guer|ntlletlforyoutlola, UDA Fruit AI vou, i .ath,,,.m.br,.ao, o ttUttll' " Cocktail ... *" I' ,2 .. 4? felt fie had-no.morm6untain . iI,fmtmurl:tuter:lfyoulterlotMtii .... "" " re und your purchea price. " t, n u I U [. ,  . ytttOW CLING __ __, " " left to climff: He purchased ==mmmmim ''.2.%--2.:.-  t 't I " three hundred acres-on top of COPYRIGHT 141$0--THE KROG|I CO. ITEMS AND PRICES..  | d  Avondale I 0 reaches., c,. vv Lit'tie' Wolf Creek Mountain GOODSUNDAY DIC. TTHRUSATURDAY DEC. 1S. 19no IN ttinton I i  " " "'* =l-" spring for" three hundred doll- wE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. No'NE "  . ; AVONDALE ___ ars. He unhooked his team of SOLO TO DEALERS. ' REGULAR OR CHUB PAK  ,1 h, ,.  Sweet ' J oxen and led them to drink at -- ' Peal ........ ,o.,  the bflbbling spring at the foot KROGFRO0*,O,,,.OO,,O, I Y g  11 , ** , 42.OX, i ofthehill Heknelt by a young ! GroUnd Beef ........ lb.  , t,,.,Lv. / Avondute $1 29 oak tree to thank Dad for ht I B U S GOV,T GRADED CHOICE, REEF I _l -- new home. tie knew his work I C;CKARMRONEL--S $'t19 , Semi.Boneless . =o.,n,. c.. . ,, ,, .i ,.v ., =a had only begun. As he fell I  ".::''.. ; Boston Roll Roast ....... ,b. II Smoked Ham I AVONOA. | , could:almost touch the beaut- "1  ' , A .I,A" = -- -- . . ,m",',. l= li/Im ] 011 ......... ':;r J. .cos;_ n ' m. i .. rs...r... I I ' , | Quarter POrK Lonn ,b -- I 9 .o=,,...o. velvety blue sky. The stately n  14o1746 AVG ....... ( 19 CRI:AMSTYL[ ' Jlt% i Corn ........ co. 4 V timbers of White Oak, Black I I I, I , Whole Fresh Pork Lore I I "*"d*" " .... provideOak' HickorYhim aandlivelihoodMaple would. Wi- l  Roli"/ i EUCIO FRI| INTO ONE CONVENIENT TAKE HOM'E PACRAOE  ..lb. I - POLAR ,A . n ter was fast approaching with I LIMIT, ROILS WITH CO""" /" I ;,  a .. '  ,reamlCe .... ,,,...o.,. S .1 o 9 only the woods to provide him 1 12 LIMIT ONE COUPON PER FAMILY (It--ll ,. -,iW wIrI'L I ............... withf0od. A kitchen was built m=IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi  " Kruger 0.5%"k  Mixed Inc AngeIFod"'$11S first to be set apart from " The Coke ...... Pkg,' . Big House", the name given to OL%CAROLINA . __ -- r . - ..... I 1 sleeping quarters and living Sliced Q   Lowfa_t Milk ] Fryer Parts ........... lb. 1  L[ I area. The "Big House" must m l.lb.   I AlL  A 1 HOLLY FARMS, U.S.D.A. INSPECTED wait until spring. .con ............ "' "" "*'". 99 ,,.Oo,d ,., 00t=0 strengthEber was determinati0na man-of great.but KROGER_ - ,, o, on L Chicken Thighs ............ ,b. Saltines .... ..i-TF tIl';i he hungered 'for someone to Meat Wieners .... pg. 0  P:itic i  ;, ,-LB. .VO..BO.",ELESS $199 Jiffy OI) shar hs dream, ne met and *WALTNEY $ 39 V "'"" I  moKeo Ham Ib JL Baking Mix'' t, married Judy Simms, a beau- I-Ib L ............... tiful young woman much youn- , Meat Bologna... Pkg:  . , Jiffy Pie . tO llm=',.r..-11 KRUGER  " i A .,,,. Crust Mix }.' L.. ger than himself. Judy's par- B "11 oz LIL JrAO ''---- =" ": ' [' ..G.lt if, $' ] ents lived near-by on a home-  ro-wn IN / Kruger Flake $1 39 stead. She worked very hard ---- -n" Serve Rolls; .... Pig." iv. Natural Flavor . gathering fire wood and prep-  Z'-::I|LI Coconut. 'P::' .It , aring the wild game. She was POTIIg SPECIAL FORMULA LIG _ _ I__ #= .... glad her mother had taught her . " . , ORDARK  .. nn uce .reum to can and dry vegetables. The isean i.ollree . . - - ,,.oz. ... .. Kroger Bread ........ tv,. O a G=DC..T . first Winter was survived cvith  a i FROZEN KROGER CRINKLE CUT ,5, - 1 9 9  Marshmallow 7 lr the f6od brought from the St- q -un. -r ---- Creme ..... ,o,. I mms farm.  Iz French Fries ............ Bag JL Va-Gal. JIFFY FUDGE One morning Eber had gone -lb. KRUGER t3-PAK)FROZEN SWEETENED , _ _ _ Ctn. Brownie v o,  to cut timber, and Judy went to h I IV OR ,NATURAL  '! o9 Mix ......... g=;  I/ gather fire wood, when a pack $1;99 4 12-oz. 'U . Ctnrs. I-- KROGER KROGER COST CUTTER COUPON ,, Orange Juice ......... Tom(rto 46.oz, Juice ...... c.,, h: " of hungry wolves chasedher to her home. She didn't have time ". to unbolt the door, so she quickly climbed an outside lad- der that led to the open att- ic: Trembling, she got to the top Honored '2 With Baby Shower A baby shower was given to Carolyn Bonds November 22 by Jeanie Mansfield and Sharon Adkins Terry al the home of Macie Mansfield of Big ('reek. Games wec played and pri- zes awarded by Connie B(mds. Be I y Burdel lB. Door prize was won. by Karen Burdelle.. Refreshmenls were served to lhe following: BelLy and Co- nnie Ionds/aTwinkle Boll, Do- ris Boll. S,'t:ia Adkins, Karen and Iely Burdette, Vicky l,owry. Sandra and Sherri Man- sfield ()ul of lawn gtlesls were : Clara Mansfield of ()ak llill; Ginger and ('hurl.lie Mansfield ()ak llill; Belly Malsfield , Wcsl I'ahn Beach, Fla. Sending gifts were : Mary l,ane, Debbie Itatliff, l,ucilla Burdelle, Ann Ward, Nancy :ochran, ,lean I lall, Effie Cox, Sheild I;onds, Belly Adkins. .oo. $1 Cottage 29 RETURNABLE BOTTLES Cheese ....., ,-O,.o,r. ESPRIT Yogurt ............. 3 Ctnrl,"z' $ l9 Aayonnais e ....... joj; $149 .o.,o $1ss _$1169 Mylanta ............ ?;'Y S6 44 i"'-'* Y;:;'i;SrU;E'Film .... pkg. Diet Pepsi or Pepsi Cola Red Delicious A 12S SIZE Tang orll 1 ,,,- I55 Tangerines & , SHELLED For Pecan Halves ..... ,b. $399 ,.,**, s 199 English Walnuts.. lb. 3 Rome ArL!es.. ,': 89  VINE RIPENED SIZE Tomatoes ............. ,b 69 PREMIUM RAKING SIZE, ,0.oo, Sl Idaho Potatoes..3 lb.. I ' ' I KROG[R .v.,.. ONLY,al .,-.,.., 99 I I  \\;I STORESWITH II Juice ....... I I tk//g NU.IIII / ,l , DELl OEFTS. n I II\\;I HOT FOODS IS I tIYAItl AVA,LAILE,,. nt I I !, ..... '<"=l TIL 7pm II D.e, li Style Boded Ham $ Ib, WStOCtR AVONDALE CUT Sweet 7 Pc ,o.o,. WlSHIONE, READY TO EAT, 9 tatoes .. c,. ,P,,C. $3 9 Fried Chicken ..................... ,.. Kruger ''" '"' $129 Pumpkin Pie .......... ,-,.,h FRISH SAKin FRENCH OR 69 Italian Bread.... '"' ............... Loal Party Trays Dolighfful to see, deloctable to taste and a lay to serve. From hearty buffet luncheon assortments to tantalizing tidbits, Kruger Party Trays wil! bring an extra dimension to your party. We II be happy to help you with all your entertaining needs. PtEASE AttOW PREPASAnON FOR Art PARTY TRAYS LOW PRICI , 16-OL Lima Beans c,. VA PAK Emlm,y .2. $ Coffee .... c,. Embassy 100.Ct. Tea Bags. 'kR. $139 ','. GOtD CREST 49 .lb. mallows ... R*R AVONDALE Pear 49 Halves .....  '@*'' Can HILLCREST MaraschinoE.o,. 63 Cherries,,. j,. AVONDAtE ,.n,.,n 49 . Oronges... KROGER Worcesterl,dre 89* . 16=Z. )ouce ...... s,i. ENRASSY Dressing.. ., KROGER 0.,., 69 1,  .at, C-ockers., a,g IG VALUE v.,,. 55* +$ 0 Wafers ..... $ i k; ' )01' 45, t! aR t Is iut, " L:,