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Thought For Today - ARE YOU READY FOR CHRISTMAS I "Ry for Christmas", she said with a sigh, As she gave a last touch to the gifts piled high, Then wearily sat for a moment andread, Till soon, very soon, she was nodding her head. Then quietly spoke a voice in her dream, "Ready for Christmas"? What do you mean? Ready for Christmas when only last week You wouldn&apos;t acknowledge your friend on the street." "Ready for Christmas, while holding a grudge? Perhaps you had better let God be the judge? Why, how can the Christ-child come and abide. In the heart that is selfish and filled with pride?" "Ready for Christmas, when only today A beggar lad came and you turned him away. Without even a smile to show that you care !' The little he asked - it could have been spared." "Ready for Christmas? You've worked, it is true, But just doing the things that you wanted to do. '-Ready for Christmas? Your circle's too small, Why, you are not ready for Christmas at all!" She awoke with a start and a cry of despair, "There's so little time and I've still to prepare 0 Father, forgive me, I see what you mean ..................... To be ready means more than a house swept clean." Yes, more than the giving of gifts and a tree, It's the heart swept clean that He wants to see; A heart that is free from bitterness, sin - Ready for Christmas - and ready for Him! Celebrates Birthday Birthday Scotty has a younger brother , and an older sister, and he is a Scotty Levi McBride of Mat- student at Matoaka llighSchool oaka celebrated his 13th birth- . He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. day on November 30, 1981. Roy McBride. Summers County Comments By Noralee McBride Bellepoint Baptist News graph of Miss Woodrum was published in The Daily News - Tribune. (;hfistmas Cookies Ella Hill and Noralee Mc Bride were hostess for the Bellepoint Baptist Ladies Fell- owship, held in the fellowship hall at the church November 195 at 7 p.m. The meeting was called to order by chairman Ruby Lacy and the minutes were read by Ella Hill. During the business meeting Missionary donation were received. A card was signed by the members to be mailed to Missionary, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Finch. Helen Pe- aco read a thank you note from Missionary, Jim and Ruth Sh- ields. Ella Hill displayed the queen size quilt she had com- pleted. The quilt squares were pieced by the members and will be given as a gift to slnie worthy person. After prayer time Willie Jo Cales gave tile devotion centered around Th- anksgiving. Ella Hill gave the quiz and Ruby Lacy won the contest. Two of our prominent ladies, Ruth Davis and Ruby Lacy were honored with a personal poem and birthday gifts from each lady, The hostess served refresh- naents from a table decorated in a beautiful birthday theme. Centered with a special birth- day cake baked and decorated for the occasion by Regina tlill. Ruth Davis asked the table blessing and after enjoying a lovely time of fellowship ar- ound the tab'e the honorees made a wish and blew out the candles. The hostess gift was given to Nancy Buckland and the door prize was given to Ruth Davis. The December meeting will be held at the home of Ruby Lacy. Willie Jo Cales will give the quiz and Ruth Davis will give the devotions. Noralee Mc Bride will be giving a house hold hint quiz. Willie Jo Cales will have a birthday in Dec- ember and guest at tile Nov- ember meeting was Loratte Hill. Prayer Pals will exchange gifts at the December meeting. Miss Juanita Woodrum GINGERBREAD BOY - Let the children help make and decorate these. Makes 2 dozen. 2 and  cups sifted flour.  teaspoon salt. 2 teaspoons ginger.  cup buHer or margarine  cup sugar. ._, cup molasses. : teaspoon baking soda. ' cup hot water. I) ECORATI ONS: Cinnamon candies ( red - hot) Seedless raisins. EASY ICING: 1 cup sifted cnnfectioners' su- gar. Ii le{ispt}on salt. : teaspo(m vanilla. I lahlespotm heavy cream (" about ). SifI fl(ur with sail and ginger and set aside. Melt butter in a largc sauce- pan over low heat, remove from heat and mix in sugar, then nlolasses. Dissolve soda in hot water. Add dry ingredients to tool- . asses mixlure alternately with soda - water, beginning and ending with dry ingredients. Chill dough 2 - 3 hours. Pre- heal ()vet) to 250 degrees. Roll )ut d()ugh, a snlall porlion at a lime,  inch thick. (;ul with gingerbread b()y cullers, handl- ing dough carefully, and tran- sfer c()kies I() ungreased ba- king sheets ( they should be spaced about 2 inches apart). l'ress on cinnamon candies for buttons and raisins for eyes and bake 10-12 minutes until lightly browned Cold 2 - 3 minutes on sheet, then lift to wire racks. While cookies cool, prepare icing: Mix sugar, salt, and vanilla; add cream, a few dr(ps at a time, rqixing well afler each addition until icing is smooth and will hold a shape. Using a decorating tube, pipe .ullines for collars, boots, cuffs , and bells. If you like, make a little extra icing tint yellow, and use to pipe in hair. When fro)sting has hardened, store airtight.(Note: Gingerbread boys can I)e made several days Miss Juanita Woodrum a for- ahead and piped with icing mer resident of Bellepoint and sht)rtly before serving. If they daughter of the late Frank s()ften ill storage, warm 3 - 5 Woodrum who moved to: La -' : minutes'at 350 degrees to cris- Salle Illinois to resii:te iiiaFtfi'dr '' pen, the cool on racks. "1'o My Sulnilltq's ('onlity Nci- gllllol'S sister, Mrs. James Shields this past June, seems to be making out very well with her new nursing career at IVCCtt. Be- fore assuming her new posit- ion she took a short course at the University Hospital of Iowa. November 10, 1981 Miss Woo- drum wa chosen the woman of the Week and a 20 inch art- icle, column with a large photo- Thanks Io lily Summers C(I- unty Ncighh(rs wh) have help- e(l nit ronod tip news for the l.lnlnters (:oLinly Comments. Say had you thought about including a subscription for the tlinton News in yonr Christmas sh,pping list What belier gift t,)r $1100 c()uld you give to a Here's The News L Save Over Ove I Newstan? Cost. I Can Recteve A Full Year Of The HINTON NEIS For ! 0nly $7 Plus 35' State Tax Subscribe By Mail Today! Sorry, This Offer Only For New Subscribers. NamE, Address cfiv State Zi-D. ! am enclosingi7.35 iora one )'eat" subscription 1o the IliNT(iN NEWS. Postal Reg01;itions require paylne.t ill ,ldvant'e. Mail to: ..i,b I. ItlNTON NFWS, P. O. Drawer 101111. Ilillhiil, WV .r-(- W i relative or friend who lives out of State or a son or daughter who is away in college. For more information stop by the Hinton News Office at your convenience or call my number at 466- 1516. Kenny Rogers, Glen Camp- bell, Mac Davis, Carly Simon, and many other superstars of the recording world share their songs and thoughts about the holiday season with host Andy Williams On NBC Radio's " A Very Special Christmas". This Sara ..%1111 McBride Wed. Dec. 16, 1981 Sara Ann McFIride celebrat- ed her birthday November 8, 1981. Sar, a is married to Ray McBride of Capon Bridge, W. Va. and they are the parents of To Appear December 20th a beauliful daughter. Sara is a wonderful wife and nmlther and her mother - m - law and father - in - law are pr)ud Io have her in the family. Sara 's parents Yuletide visit will be broad- cast December 20 at 6:00 p.m. on Musicradio CIR. As host of this two - hour special, Andy Williams brings to it a unique blend of war- mth and holiday cheer. One of the great American popular singers of our time, Andy holds 17 gold albums. Join AMy, Frank Sinatra, Dionne Warwick, Brenda Lee and The Muppets as they sing Yuletide favorites such as " The Christmas Waltz", " We Wish .You A Merry Christmas Christmas Headquarters STOCK.UP NOW FOR ALL YOUR CHRISTMAS PHOTO NEEDS SANTA SNOW SPRAY ,:.oz. 6S< BAG OF 25 STKK.ON POLAROID BOWS TIME-ZERO COLOR FILM < . Hinton News - 9 are l':llel Ih-,,,Vll. t': I. 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