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10 - Hinton News Tues. Dec. 12, 2017 ,:J 1~~ (NAPS)--Energy efficiency experts at 'l~ the U.S. Environmental Protection Agen- O1'11 U Sa S/ cy predict bright, efficient, energy- and money-saving LED bulbs will become the dominant light bulb technology within the I1,,~ ~ f]l next three years. More bright ideas about lighting and saving are at www.en'ergystar. gov/bulbrevolution. ADOPT A CHILD Talcott Elementary is accepting 5onations for its Adopt-a-Child program. All money collected will he used to purchase Christmas gifts for needy children. Please send your tax-deductible donations to Adopt-a-Child, PO Box 140, Talcott, WV 24981. FRESH PECANS FOR SALE Fall 2017 harvested South Carolina Pecans For Sale. Large piEces - $10.25, LArge halves - $10.50. Call Joyce Ritter at 304-466- 1135 or Cleo Mathews at 304-466- 1515. PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT Narconon New Life Retreat wants you to be aware to look for the following signs when it comes to methamphetaime addiction: Hyperactivity, Insomnia, Weight Loss, Tooth decay. Report suspicious activity to law enforcement officials and keep your loved ones safe from the dangers of meth addiction. To learn more about meth addiction, visit: http://! drug-abuse-in formatiom/signs-of- methamphetanine-abuse.html ADDICTION SCREENING Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Call today for free screening or referrals. 1-800-431-1754, BOOK AVA]LkBLE My Railroad story A 44 year Journey is now available for sale for information call Dean Bennett at 304-466-1402, NOTICE SUMMERS COUNTY ARH Auxiliary Gift Shop now has RADA PRODUCTS for sale. Hours are: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Sun. 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. CHRISTMAS PLAY Annual Christmas Play will be held at the Pence Springs Community Church on December 17th. at 7;00 p.m. Title: "Our Savior Has Come". Pastor Roger Persinger and the Congregation invites everyone to attend. Jam Session J.B. / Nimitz Senior Community Center will be having a Jam Session on Dec. 16, 2017 at 5:30 till?? Center will have food and baked goods for sale. Bring a song, instrument, or story or poem, and enjoy an evening of music and fellowship. The Center is raising money for needed repairs. The Center is located on Rt. 3 behind the Jumping Branch School. The more the merrier. All ages are welcome. INFORMATION NEEDED The Summers County Historical Society and The Hilltop Cemetery are writing a book on the Hilltop Cemetery located on Elk Knob Road. Sale of Book funds will be added to the mutual fund for upkeep of the cemetery. If you have any information like stories, obituaries, or old pictures that could be published in the book mail them to Bobby Cox, P. 0. Box 366, Hinton WV. 25951. We have the final say on what material is used. Pictures can be copied and return mail. CFM House Museum The Campbell-Flannagan- Murrell House Museum at 422 Summers St., in Historic Downtown Hinton is open for free tours. Call fOr appoi t iSt for a free tour. For more information call 304-466-5769, or Visit our websitre at: cfm/ EVENTS AT ALDERSON ARTISANS GALLERY The Alderson Artisans Gallery is pleased to announce a showing of intricate, traditional geometric art by guest artisan, Cathy Boone. Original works will be available for viewing and sale in the gallery. Her works will be on display from December 1, 2017 through March 30, 2017. Gallery hours are Thursday and Friday from 11-4, Saturday from 10-5 and Sunday from 12-4. The gallery will have extended hours and be opeq Tuesday through Sunday between Thanksgiving and Christmas. The Alderson Artisans Gallery is a cooperative non-profit organization. Vis'it our Website http:// for a list of current artists. JOHN HENRY DAYS MEETING The John Henry Days Committee will not meet again until January 18, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. Our February and March meetings are scheduled for 6:00 p.m. as well. We will revert back to 7:00 p.m. at our April meeting. PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT Drug overdoses have become the leading cause of accidental death in the United States with heroin and other opiates being the largest contributor. If your loved one is struggling with drug abuse of any kind, now is the time to get them the help they need. Learn more about the signs of heroin addiction. If you believe one of your loved ones is abusing drugs, learn how you can make a difference by visiting http://www,/drug- rehab! ADDICTION SCREENINGS Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Call today for free screenings or referrals. 1- 800- 431-1754. Adult sG-Student S~.Matinee $4 NOW AVAILABLE A book My Railroad Story is now available for sale. After recovering cost for printing and Misc charges proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Bennett-Upton cemetery fund for the upkeep of the family cemetery. For information and cost contact Dean Bennett 304-466-1402. " COURTHOUSE CLOSED The Summers Couty Courthouse will be closed on Monday, December 25 for Christmas Day. COMMISSION MEETING The Summers County Commission will meet at 9:00 a.m. in the County Commission Office at the Courthouse on the second Wednesday of each month. The Session for December will be Wednesday, December 13. Contact Mary Beth Merritt, County Clerk before Dec. 13 at 466- 7104 if you have any questions or if you have items for the agenda. RIVER VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH (located in Forest Hill on Rt. 12, mile from the state road garage) will have their Christmas Program on Sunday, December 17 at 6 p.m. A Christmas Cantata will be presented on December 24, at the 11 a.m. worship service. Pastor Lowell O'Dell and River Valley Congregation welcome everyone to join us in celebrating the BIRTH OF JESUS OUR SAVIOUR! How To Go Public (NAPS)~-Here'S good news for busi- nesses of all sizes and the people who work for them: Companies can raise cap- ital to invest for growth and expansion-- and unlike with bank loans and the like, this money doesn't have to be paid back. What's more, it's all perfectly legal. That's because the nmney comes froth selling your stock. Consider this: Wall Street's best-kept secret is that there is no minimum time in business, earnings or assets requirements to be- come a public company. Any company can go public. To help, the leading firm taking small and startup companies public, Tiber Creek Corporation, offers free reports about how it works. An experienced firm can help you navigate the rules and regulations of go- ing public and provide introductions to capital sources. You get your own stock sytnbol and ilwestors can buy your stock with ~ broker or online. "I'hen you can use the shares almost like currency, such as when you want to merge with or acquire another corrlpany or to attract or reward quality employ- ees. Sitnply give them stock options. Learn More For a free report and consultation, go to or call (310) 888-1870. VETERANS MUSEUM HOURS The Museum will be open each Saturday from 12 noon to 4:00 p,m. Historical Displays range from Early frontier days, the Revolutionary War, The Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea, Viet Nam, and to the Present Mideast. Tour guides are present. Admission is free CALL ACWP If you see a dog in a neglectful or abusive situation please ACWP. If you see a stray dog on the road, especially one that you've never seen before, please call ACWP. If you have a litter of puppies and would like them to be placed in homes that are pre-approved as responsible pet owners than please call ACWP. The number is easy to remember 855- WV4-PETS. Z rll-i ~ ot BARNS OF SUMMERS COUNTY West Virginia Heritage An extract from the book ..... for your enjoyment By Phyllis Campbell Whitley **TIME IS GROWING SHORT - ORDER SPECIAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW*** Order information is listed near the end of this article. One medium Calitbrnia sweet potato has more than 80 nutrients yet only 105 calories and 0g fat or cholesterol. "1 hey're widely available and ready to add both fla- w~r and superfood nutrition to all your fa- vorite recipes. For recipe ideas and further inlbrmation, visit www.casweetpotatoes. con1. Felix lares are made of simple, pure ingredients: wild handpicked ber- ries, pure sugar and fi'esh water in a time-tested recipe. 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[,earn mnre at Grimmett Farm on War Ridge- Talcott District Ira Ellison was the first person He liked the area, bought the Mrs. Whitley's latest book known to have lived at this farm at farm, married a lady named Mona, is entitled "Photographeron War Ridge in the Talcott District. raised cattle and lived there until Horseback - John C. Wiker'. Some old timers in the area said his death around 1984. It details life of a photographer Ellison was quite a character. The property is now owned by who lived along Little Wolf Creek Theysaid,'HewouldoccasionallyMrs. Dalana Grimmett. The age in the early 1900s. come outside in the middle of the of the barn and the builder are It can be purchased from night with his shotgun and fire off unknown. It is used primarily for members of the Summers County a few rounds just to scare his cattle storage today. Historical Society or by order at and that of his neighbors." Mrs. Whitley is a lifetime The farm was later passed to his member of the Summers County Sale of the Barn book benefits sons Charles and Lloyd. Around Historical Society. the Library and sale of the Wikel 1948 Norman Williams came to The book can be purchased at the book benefits the Summers County the area from Eagle Rock, Virginia Summers County Public Library or Historical Society. as an employee for the power by orderatbarnsofsummerscounty. company, com. S ummers ampion's zary S Summers County Appalachian Regional Healthcare recently received the gift of new flooring in its physical therapy department. Made possible by Summers County between the Summers County ARH clinic door breezeway and the Emergency Room visitors are protected from wind and rain. The purchase of 4-sleep chairs and the group also donated $1,000 to Walk for Lifetime Cancer Drive. Additional assistance was offered in providing drug take back containers at City Hall. "lhe nation's leader in developing and administering emphwee-choice Auxiliary, the gift totaled $10,000. (about $5000) for the medical floor The $1000 purchase allows the hcahh benefit programs and 'exchanges The group Of about 25 members of Summers Co ARH and new food public to return unused or outdated for small emphwer grnups, CHOICE works diligently to raise money to covers for trays for the Dietary prescription medicines to the Administrators. has the cotmtrv's first support needs within the hospital Department s was also gifted bycontainers whfekt ~tre monitored by and only multicarrier private exchar~ge. the Auxiliary. city police. l,earn more at and the community. and In addition to the new floor'ing In terms of community support,For more information on how at the hospital, other recenteach year Summers County you can participate and support efforts include money raised to Auxiliary awards two $500 Summers County Auxiliaryevents, build a retaining wall ($8600). scholarships to graduating seniors contact Summers County ARH BYManeffectivelYwill begin t6enclsing***recover thethemomentarea at Summers County High School.,, administration at 304-466-2901. he takes art "as seriously as physics, chemistry or money. Thunder is good, thunder is impressive; but it is the lightning that does the work. Herbert Hoover was the first pres- --Ernst Levy --Mark Twain ident born west of the Mississippi *** River. He was born on August 10, 1874 in West Branch, Iowa, and served one term as president--from 1929 to 1933. , Youth is the gift of nature, but age is a work of art. --Garson Kanin In order to raise money for the con- ~** struction of the actual statue, the If a human is modest and satisfied, old right arm and torch of the Statue of age will not be heart on him. If he is ~ Liberty were on display in Madison not, even youth will Ue a burden, Square Park in New York City George Washington's false teeth were made of whalebone. --Plato between 1876 and 1882. ' with Barbara Wygal tutz, Director Tuesday, December 12, 7:30 p.m. Ritz The.atre-Hint0n, WV HINTON HISTORIC DISTRICT r