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, L, d )f ,S i_l" n i is 'e ,d ff tl ,C ;g 0 j. l-Ly f- n Ig )f ol e- teil- n is st )n ,d g m :e le ir lg in ct y I. V. 'a b REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE 2 Story house 307 llth Ave. 5 Room house and lot at 129' Main Street House and lot at Elk Knob area. Call 466 - 4942. Oct. 23- TFN House for sale Greenbrier Ext. House just built, will accept reasonable bids on property, Reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Phone 466- 1587 for appointment. Dec. 2- lip Ii  FOR SALE III I I I For Sale: Circular oil heater . with blower. 466- 4942. Nov. 0 - TFN • •Hay for sale. Alfalfa and orchard grass• Any amount, 753- 9718. Peterstown, W. Va. Dec. 11 - 30p For Sale one upholstered hide- a-way couch. One Robin C.B. Base set 23 channels 2 power mikes, one portable sewing machine. Jams Upholstery 216 Pleasant Street. Dec. 11 - 16p i i LOST i i Lost.; Cat, with long white hair Lost  Nimitz, Jumping Br- anch area. Family pet. Reward offered. Lost 1 week. Call 466- 4584. Nov. 4 - llp I Thurs. Dec. II, 1980 Hinton News- 7 Johnson Memorial Methodist Church Notes SERVICES AVAILABLE Early Bird B3-g'a,'lns " 'Slab woods $25.00 a load will d,o brush- bogging, odd jobs, l- ean lots, painting, haulfng,! lawn lowing, etc. Call 466- 4121 contact Garry Wheeler. June 26- TFN ° AUTOMOTIVE SALES i i 1975 Chevrolet Impala, air, po- wer, new tune-up, sharp. Red with white interior, will sell for $1,800. Call 466-5155. Aug• 5 - TFN For Sale: 1964 International 40 "15YearsexIl'ie,,N'ewwoki". passenger bus -,good running remodeling and minor earpent - condition. Call 466 -2341• ry, All work guarantee, .466-' Sept. 16-TFN 0265. r, Oct. 30- TFN For Sale: 1976 Jeep. Excell- ent condition, 466- 5518. Work 466- 1800 Ext. 398. Will do babysitting in my home, Dec. 11 - 16p 466 - 4039. i [ i Sept. 18 - TFN WANTED i I Signs-- f'or bus-' Wanted: Walnut trees. Call 466- Window Art and inesses. Call 466- 5446• Nov. 6 - TFN PHOTOGRAPHER Experieneod, photographer av- ailable for family events, we- ddings, etc. Very reasonable• Call 466- 3799 after 5. Dec. 18 - TFN 4368 After 4 p.m. Dec. 4 - 16p LPN's or RN's wanted for 3-11 or 11-7 shift at Potomac House, Inc., Ronceverte, W. Va. Pl- ease contact Dixie Palmer, ADNS at 645- 7270. Dec. 4 - llp Plumbing, heating and house- ' ' ' hold repair. Call 466- 5446• HELP WANTED Nov. 6 - TFN ........... Wanted: female to live in with Arnold L. Campbell Building & elderly woman, in Hinton, Ph- • Remodeling. Quality workman- one 466- 1157 or 466- 1582. ship, free estimates. Licensed Dec• 9 - 16p and insured. Call 466-1524. Dec. 1-18p Housekeeper for three elderly Small dozer for hire. 466- 5992. persons, one Semi-invalid. Live Nov. 25- Dec. 23p -' - in should have driver's tic- l NOTRE NEED A TOW ???? FOR FAST AND FIRST CLAKS SERVICE CALL K & SWRECKER 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. 466- 5155 . PASSENGER CAR & PICK UPS DAY TIME $10.00 PER HOUR PLUS 10 PER CENT. PASSENGER CARS & PICK-. UPS NIGHT TIME $12.50 .•ALL OTHER VEHICLES AT REASONABLE RATE $15.00 & UP. FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE o•• • .Feb. 7 - TFN NEW TO THE AREA! l Don't only spring clean inside your home; also clean outside. We. have a steam cleaning machine will clean Mobile ho- mes, Houses with Vinyl siding, Aluminim siding, and Brick. Call for more information and free estimates. 466- 5155• April 29 - TFN Furniture refinishing, 15 years experience! Satisfaction guar- anteed. Free estimate, free pickup and delivery. Call 392 - 5948. Sept. - TFN Car repairs? Wash and wax, Check with us for fast, prompt A fellowship dinner was held on Dec. 7, 1980 at 5:30 p.m. sponsored by the Wesley S.S. Class. Approximately one hundred ji,=. ,:=== ant t ,; k ., , , ' } By Bob Baber • .THE CHRISTMAS TREE- The Christmas tree is a trad- itional symbol of the holiday season. Choose yours with care. Remember, freshly cut ever- greens stay green longer and are less of a fire hazard in the home. To determine moisture content and the health of the tree: - Snap a small branch be- tween your fingers; if the br- uno . breaks easily, chances an. ),e is too dry. A dry tree is a high fire risk. -- Tapping the trunk of the tre e on the ground is often an i. qicator of the tree's vitality. If an abundance of needles drop from the tree, this indicates a large part of the tree is dang- erously dry. -- Needles that bend and cannot be easily pulled from fifty members and guests att- the scene for a meaningful and ended. Trays were delivered by colorful ceremony on Sunday Mr. George Ambler and Mr. morning, Dec• 7, 1980. Don Bryant to shut- in memb- The circles of the U.M,W., the era who were unable to aft- IpYouth Fellowship, and the end. i Children's S.S. classes decor- A program was presented after the meal by members of the class. Mr. Sam Groves, church lay-leader, Opened with a gracious tribute to the mem- bers of the church who were responsible for the heritage we now enjoy. Some of these mem- bers are still attending serv- ices and many are deceased. Miss Evelyn Simmons gave a ated a large christmas tree with Chrismons which they had made. Each person explained the meaning of the various symbols as they were attached to the tree• After the decoration, Mrs. Gratis McVey lighted the tree with lights which had been donated by Miss Martha Hed- tick. Mrs Elvin Keadle who was justly proud of the breathtak- ing result. The Youth Choir of the U.M, Y.F. will give a presention for the workshop service on Sun- day, Dec. 14, 1980 at 11 a.m. The United Methodist Men will meet at 6:00 p.m. on Dec. 17, 1980 for a dinner meeting. The Administrative Board will meet at 7:45 on Dec. 17, 1980. brief history of the Week-Day The idea of having a Ch- , Ministry Group'who work with ristmas tree was inspired by • the shut.ins and elder memb- ers of the congregation. She introduced the workers present and the members who receive the service, t I t I t I These members were : Mrs WANTED • Blanche Hawks, Mrs. Myrtle AtkpKJH Pi)CH : Taylor, Mrs• Pauline Bare, and Mrs. Emme Hamrick. LICENSED , The program ended with DAY CARECENTER. musical offerings by A] Serr- Children age Z- 10 inn, Mrs. Pam Taylor, and " $35 per week-Mou, thru Fri The Lord's Prayer" by Mrs. call 466.0559 any time Toni Williams. for appointments or The church sanctuary was information. After 6 PM Call 466- 0050 PATSY HEDRICK, DIRECTOR j i iii III _11 II • Fisher • Timberline • Englander • Knight • Earth Stove , ......... - -- , ense. Good salary. References service at reasonable prices, the tree are a good indicat- . Timber Ridge Lost: Calf; Black & White ,, 00FOII 00NT' Required. Phone 466- 2262 for 466- 5155. ion that the tree is fresh. (add on Furnace) Aluminum Siding . . _ interview. Jan. 15 - TFN ..After bringing the tree home, . Oval Cmking Stove faced, Upland Church Area. For Rent: 2 bedroom apart- Dec• 11 - 23p immediately remove about two WoM & Coal Stoves Awnings & Patio All classified ads and cia- inches from the base of the ROSE tUlIBI Storm Windows SIMMONS Bniiding Specialties Reward offered. Call Robert Peck 466- 3454. Dec. 4 - llp Lost in Pipestem area, Black & White Holstein Heifer• Number tag in ear $50.00 Reward re- turned to me Don West Pipe- stem. Dec. 4 - llp FREE IIIIII ment, 923 Temple St. Call 445- 7217• Dec. 4- 16p sallied page changes muSt be' trunk with a saw; this expos- DNR received by noon advertising es fresh tissue that will read- deadlines in order to appear in. ily accept water. If the tree is to White Oak, W.V. House for rent. Call 466 - 4942. the next edition: Nov. 11 - TFN NEWS Aug. 14- TFN II ........ For Rent: Two Apartments, one four rooms unfurnished, one two rooms unfurnished. Ph- one 466- 3363. Dec. 11 - 16p West Virginia sporstmen are reminded that hunting for all species except deer is restri- cted during the upcoming deer muzzle-loader season and ant- erless deer season, according to • Do people read Ihe Want Ads? You bel they do! One Want Ads advertiser received over 15 re- . plies in the mail in only two days after he first ran the ad. It pays to advertise.., sell it, buy it .... or jusl gel the informa- be stored for some time, stand the tree trunk in a container filled with water. If the tree is to be displ- ayed immediately, stand the trunk in a tree- stand with widespread legs. Secure the tree, then fill the stand with water and keep it filled as long Ph. Anderson Block Inc. Nimitz phone 445-2997 Aldorson, W.Va. . Free. to good home part Lab- wildlife resources division ch- ties you need with Want as the tree remains in the ..... home. Some tree - stands h01d i rador and German Shepherd ief Bob Miles. Ads. ...-... CLEANING SERVICE only a small amount of water, Fhone - .. puppies. Call 466- 2543. Concurrent hunting for spec- Nov. 6- TFN so be certain to fill these tree - OCKIOy , Dec. 9 - 23p ies other than deer is not per-  - mitted on stateowned or leas- ARE YOU PLANNING A stands every day. A I/' qq qs TO increase holiday safety /.OOm,U .t.I/.'1/ areas,ed publiCandhUntingstate forestand fishingduring SALE?RUMMAGE OR GARAGE and energy efficiency in the ----- the December 8 - 10 muzzle - Gel the word out with a class- home: t l Ill . B 1 ', - l.,ocate the tree away from , , f'.. loading season. Stied ad! You'd be surprised heat sources ( heat registers, ,v , ,,,, I ,d.itr-- .- " ...... During the special antlerless how little it costs and what big radiators) which would dry the bargain rtouse | season which runs December 12 resulis it gets •.. Advertise the tree faster and block the cir- | - 13, concurrent hunting for tried and true way ... in the cuiation of warm air. Many Items [ ; ...... ,:. , ..... I other species is not permitted in classified! - Be certain to place tr- | I - - ,,.,r, .... ,',,.,. counties open to anterless deer TFN , ees away from doors. In the [ For Sale | . hunting. These counties includ- • So e people believe that Wednesday e: Hampshire, Hardy, Grant, ATTENTION' If you have a event of a fire, the tree could . l ' : is the best day to give sheep a haircut. Mineral, Tucker, Preston, Pen- classified ad runninL in the block your escape if it were / PersmgersStorage I dleton ( east of U.S. Route 220), paper, check it foraccuraoy the located next to.a door ...... ,,. I ...... tlousenoid btorae - The cooler the room tam- . l I llamas Kaff. lealt0rl ! Pleasants, Doddridge, Ritchie, first time it runs, If there is an perature, the longer the tree 117 5th Ave. Htnton [ I I ............. " ...... Tyler, Lewis, Upshur, and Gil- error, we will correct the ad stays fresh. Consider lowering ' .,. : ...... I 1 iFerest Hill-Marie Head l rnone 0 3741 I mer. afler the first time and add one the thermostat and save crier- ' " I ! 1",",". w. v,.-. m ' Miles also pointed out that more insertion to the running gy too' , , , s I I?: ..... :'.'- ".'.'_..  J bear hunters should note that time. We will not be respon- . e: ) ; .... ! [I ] I I _ ! [ Phella: 4-H  .. ] this restriction also applies to sable for classified advertis- ,  ,. we,-.. .:'4P il' •rOR ALL YOUR I • ? .... ,.1 five counties open to bear hunt- ements with errors which are ., ' /f |IBUILDING NEEDS, | inn (Hampshire, Hardy, Gr- not brought to our attention  " ||Lowest prices & we deliver I . ...... ant, Tucker, and Pendieton ) immediately. I  [| I$1€ lq1:t I 5 acres wtm monue some which are open during the TFN ,   i| Oq'h]l | near Ballengeewith owner • :" ;  Fighting fish were bred in Japan and Thailand for competi- special anterless season.  4W i| I financing. :':'.finn. People would gamble on the outcomes of the battles. 4:! O I I S,l, Neathnwk I i Hairy Tales About Beards i ;| |BHI0klr [Bit | frame with3 BR modern 1 f usnlw t sinlqh !J | - _ I kitchen and dining area, " .'- : The beard has been called Surfing probably began in the  1 [[ ". .IR M | LR , bath, and ½ base- :" : 'man's last bastion in the islands of the South Pacific, It "* t i ,,.. v. --.i.... 1 '   battle of the sexes, Through- • n . ; . |, meat. F.H.A. approved. ". ,i ou.t history these male "facial reached Hawaii about 1,000  i  .hair fashions" have reflected years ago. When the first Eur- • i .the times. -. During some periods beards -' ' have been regarded as a mark i of full manhood and virility i) : while at other times the clean shaven look has been "in" Bare And Beard Tales It is said that Alexander -the Great introduced shaving into Greece during his reign, The king ordered his soldiers to shave because he feared ' : 'their enemies might seize the men by their beards in battle, :."Julius" Caesar and the men ::@f his day were entirely . "beardless, In fact and fiction beards ,- have been cursed or credited . : for everything from strength, , i war and wisdom to weakness, taxes and ignorance, i . " Man has been so fascinated :- with beards that almost every conceivable style has been i created. The Flemish painter Sir ' "Anthony Vandyke painted so - "many aristocrats with e " :P0inted beard that it became :: ,known as the "Vandyke" '. beard. : : i ' Ambrose Burnside, a Union , , -general in the Civil War, popu- • -  laHzed "burnsides". The habit i  :of shaving his chin and allow- .lag whiskers to grow on the :sides of his face gave rise to :the term. It later" became ' : "';idebur.ns"• : Barber{qil'And Women's Lib The trade of barbering goes • . back a long time, too.Razors -have been found among the :-relics of the Bronze Age. In :early days barbers were also : - urgeons. !! .:. (Perhaps as a sign of   -(he progress of women's lib, a :leading -- long established -- • "barber college reports that "f0r the first time in the 7hool's history, women now Comprise as many as 30-35 percent of its graduates,) 7 ,', "Just as shaving habits have clanged, so have shaving Iools. Early men used polished 1941 with John Belushi & Dan Akroyd !R I Als0 Blue Balloon X Show sbr  7. In car heabs., "'1" I I REAL ESTATE JUMPING BRANCH ..Brick home close to school; 3 bedrooms, family room with fireplace, comb- ination kitchen - dining area; attractively paneled and carpeted throughout ; i level lot with metal util- , ity building; very good buy at $47,500. APARTMENT BUILDING • .Frame building €outalns [3 apartments, each witb entr, ch apart- I E,.. ,rooms. l: living room, kitchen and I i bath; in very good condi- ilion; only $2e,000. I: SANDSTONE I!•.Approximately % mile 1 up Ramp Road; 2 bedroont l, frame home with full base- 1 ment; new forced - air l! heating system; private ½ [lacre lot; great starter tl home at $1',500. II LAUREL CREEK ]l •'Appr°ximately 44 acres; [| about 80 per cent woodland II ; old farmhouse needs res- torlng, but would make great hunting cabin• TALCOTT ® ® These beard styles have all been popular at various times in history: (1) Vandyke, (2) Austrian "Franz Josef", (3) French or Dutch "in mouche", (4) "neck warmer" or "chin curtain", (5) burnsides, (6) goatee, (7) Moorish, (8) Indian Sikh rolled beard. flint and sharpened dams' shell edges attempting to achieve a close shave. Even today Polynesian men finely grind sharks' teeth seeking the same objective• Shaving Comes Of Age Modern science has labored a long time in finding ways to improve the art of shaving. Electric shavers were intro- duced in the mid-1930's but have enjoyed only moderate success in this country• Approximately 35 to 40 per- cent of the men who 'shave use electric razors. In Europe, where hot water isn't as readily available, electric razors are much more common. One reason for 'the limited success of electric razors was that, while they shaved more comfortably than using a blade, they didn't give as close a shave. Now that has been changed. Electrics like the new Sunbeam SRX razor shave "as close as you can get" through the use of micro-thin screens -- only .0019 inches thin -- and self-sharpening stainless stool blades. They retain comfort by using roller bars and electro- polishing the screens for smooth action. The screens, also called combs, have holes to shave tough, stubby whisk- ers and slots for soft, flexible hairs. There's also a trimmer for neat edges of sideburns, mus- laches or even beards. The trimmer retracts when not in use for safety. Electrics have long offered either cord or cord/cordless shaving• The battery models have . rechargeable batteries that give up to a week of comfortable, close shaving but the razor can run on a cord if the user forgets to charge it. on boards, riding the waves, National Geographic World magazine says. Sharks attack pershaps I00 people a year, but humans consume hundreds of thous- .ands of the fish• Norway al-' one ships several million poun- ds of shark to Europe each year. One man, Capt. William Young, boasts of having killed IO0,O00 sharks during 60 years ,of hunting, reports the Nat- tonal Geographic Society. opean explorers arrived there, they were amazed to see people .... ..... Ill'" Advertising Deadlines Hinton News advertising deadlines are: for Tuesday NewsFriday at noon. for Thursday NewsTues at noon. Thank you, the Hinton News. Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday & Friday. |1 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday and Wednesday. Closed 'raunday, Saturday & Sunday. Call  05. i ii ii i i I II I I SOUTHERN REALTY 319 5th AVENUE GEORGE RDGEt & jt,,t)''t) " "IrE/tL'TO " ' ,E t.l g. 4 ) ALES-- AI PRAISALS-- MANA4JEMEN T' tl FSIDENTI t I. {,;OM MERCIA L..ACII EAGE 219 5th Avenue- Spacious 4 BR- 1% bath w - large Idtehea, Wall to wall carpeting, oak trim, ........ i II I II ...... i PINE HILL- Modern Large Kitchen 2 ½ baths. 3 BR, DR, A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Den & LR, wall to wall carpet and many extras on beautiful landscaped lot. C0pv,grd ' 1900 Un)w, SttS, me '"''"" TWO Bedroom Home, Fire Place. 8onroom, D'k, venlent To Downtown, Priced In Low 30's. Showing Dec. 12-18 Shows at 7 & 9 PM and Imagine Your New Home On This Site . Two AdJac- Sat. & Sun. Matinee at 2PM n eat LOts in West End. Reuouably . . The D ;'v Jumping Branch- Lovely3 BR brick home- tlllil qL modern family kitchen- carport - large lot- this Is a well built and priced to sell - d Theater I I I Ill I I, I'1 I Li BARGER SP'GS- 4 BR frame Ilkt.t n acre lot. 2 acres with 4 BR split - level all brick, den with fireplace, Kt. with all app; llancos, LR- DR, 2½ baths, custom drapes, carpet 2 car garage, beautiful home, land & view one of the nicest homes in area. $7o,ooo.oo. TALCOTT- BALLENGEE AREA: 3 BR part brick, kitchen wlth all appllanees, DR Den wlth -'plaee, 2 large alia, @W'drport, full basement with fireplace, ike. new home sits on 2 ,ere level wooded lot, Fire place out, only 84L500. MADAbtS CREEK- 5 acre 'with 3 BR frame, kitchen 'with appliances, LR carpet bat water heat 128,e00. PINE HILL- 3 BR ½ brick, LR & DR kitchen with all appliances, I ½ baths, lar- ge den with flreplaee, 2 ear garage, quality built like new $48,000. i)0'8-  - GRASSY MA | I w- beth level 3 acre of inn& Make an offer. 85 ares F ort Hill Area- Good tract of timber, Hard ropd frontage, 121,500, ..TWo-frame dwellings on Every large Iotear Green- 'brier River; ideal for ca- mps; would ¢onslder sell- ing separately; owner- fin- ancing available; priced at $24,50(}. TALCOTT ..Very neat frame home on level lot; 3 bedrooms, for- mal dining room, family room; ½ basement, 2 gar- ages including a workshop ; extra vacant building lot included; also anther lot with 4 bedroom mobile ho- me included; entire pack- age goes for $5S,000. TEMPLE STREET , .Two - story, frame home with full basement; 3 bed- rooms, formal dining room, I bath, 2 utility re-, ores, built- in cabinets in Kitchen; exterior needs pa- httl badly, but price is right at $17,50¢ 414 81XTll AVENUE • •2 bedroom frame home; modern eat- In kitchen in- ;eludes cabinets and appl- i lances; new roof and gutt- ering; exterior needs pak .,flag badly, l)It bdrkw I very aice: REDUCED TO $13.000. JUMPING' BRANCtI Level" building lot, near school. 75 ft. frontage on State Route No. 3. nCtlkttt  , frontage, nl