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10 - Hinton News iWed. Dec. 16, 1981 Legal Notice INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF SUMMERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA LOIS DALTON Petitioner, VERSUS CHARLES COLE and AILEEN COLE, his wife, GLENICE COLE, widow of Melvin Cole .ANNA JEAN CRIMMELL and HOWARD CRIMMELL, her husband, ROSALIE COLE AUXIER, divorced and single, and EVELYN VICTORIA COLE De FONTES and PAUL De FONTES, her husband, Res- pondents, CIVIL ACTION NO. 81 -P-74 NOTICE OF SALE :PURSUANT to a decree of tbeCircuit Court of Summers County, West Virginia , made and entered on the 9th day of November, 1981, in the ease styled Lois Dalton vs. Charles Cole nd Arleen Cole, his wife, ais, I will on December 30, 1$1, at the hour of 10:00 AM, at ttie front door of the Court- luse of Summers County, West .Virginia, offer for sale to ehighest bidder, the follow- ihg described real estate: :I BEGINNING near Sand Kn- qb Church at a hickory and dogwood and running due west with the line of R. M. Lilly to Sunrise Branch to a white lynn ind thence with said Branch to Henry Cole's corner and then- ee with Henry Cole's line to two (iogvoods on the county road 9nffthence with said road to the plade of BEGINNING and €ontaining seventy - five (75) acres; : There is excepted and res- Legal Notice LEG AL ADVERTISEMENT The Summers County Comm- ission will accept sealed bids until 4:30 p.m. December 31, 1981 for the rehabilitation of two (2) housing units located in the Talcott - Lowell area of Summers County. All bids sh- ould be either delivered to the Summers County Housing Reh- abilitation Office located on Ballangee Street or mailed to P. O. Box 657, Hinton, WV 25951. All bids should have the following notations clearly marked on each envelope: 1) "Sealed Bids" 2) Summers County Rehabilit- ation Program 3) Attention: R. O. Woodrum No bids received after 4:30 p.m., December 31, 1981 will be considered. Performance bond is required, along with con- tractor's general liability and completion liability before the contract will be awarded. Bid packets and information pertaining to job locations, job requirements, specifications, payment procedures and HUD requirements should be obtain- ed by contacting R. O. Wood- rum at the Summers County Housing Rehabilitation Office on Bailangee Street, Hinton, WV or phoning (304) 466- 1098 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THESE ARE SECTION 3 PROJECTS OF THE HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1968, AND MUST, TO THE GREATEST EXTENT rved from the above descrip- FEASIBLE UTILIZE ion one graveyard one eighth C PROJECT AREA BUSINESS Vsth of an acre, more or less LOCATED OR OWNED IN End known as the McLaughlin Graveyard and another of about one - fourth ( %th ) of an jaere, more or less and was reserved by George Cole for a graveyard. . AND THIS BEING the same 'real estate conveyed unto St- erling Cole and Elvira Cole, his wife, by deed dated March 5, 1924, from C. L. Crook and Ada M. •Crook, his wife, which deed is of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Summers County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 50 at page 211. There is further reserved .from the foregoing description, ,h tract of three acres, more or less, conveyed to Charles Earl -Cole and Allene Cole, his wife, Lby deed from Sterling Cole, SUBSTANTIAL PART BY PROJECT AREA RESIDENTS. A SECTION 3 BUSINESS IS ONE WHICH: 1 ) IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED AND NOT DOMINANT IN THE FIELD OF OPERATION IN WHICH IT IS BIDDING 2 ) HAS 500 EMPLOYEES OR LESS; 3) HAS AVERAGE ANNUAL RECEIPTS FOR ITS PRECEDING THREE (3) YEARS WHICH DO NOT EX- CEED $12 MILLION. IF YOU ARE A QUALIFIED SECTION 3 BUSINESS, YOU WILL, UPON REQUEST "TO THE REGION I PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, P. O: BOX 1442, PRINCETON, WV 24740, BE SUPPLIED A LIST OF Legal Notice NOTICE ! To the ,Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the Estate of Emma Maddy. All persons having claims against the estate of the said Emma Maddy deceased, whe- ther due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at his office, in Hinton, West Virginia, on or before the 3rd day of April, 1982; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all bene- fits of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said date to examine said claims or other- wise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 2rid day of December, 1981. Frederick W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts for Summers County, W. Va. Dec. 2, 9, 16 Legal Notice FIDUCIARY NOTICE The accounts of Ruby Maddy Lilly, Executrix of the Estate of Emma Maddy, deceased, are before me for settlement. Given under my hand on this the 2nd day of December, 1981. F. W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts Summers County, W. Va. Dec. 2, 9, 16 Legal Nodce NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the stockholders of Meador Farms, Inc., a corpor- ation, created and organized under the laws of the State of West Virginia, held at Hinton, West Virginia, on the 1st day of November, 1981, the following resolutions were adopted. RESOLVED, first that Me- ador Farms, Inc., a corporat- ion created and organized un- der the laws of the State of West Virginia, does hereby discont- inue business as a corporat- ion and surrenders to said State' its charter and corporate fr- anchises. The board of direc- tors will proceed to convert the property, choses in action and all assets of this Corporation into cash, and pay off and discharge all its debts, lia- bilities, and obligations, and, after fully discharging all such widower, et also, dated the 31st day of October, 1964, and of 'ecord in the aforesaid Clerk's Office in Deed Book 99 at page 341, described as follows: - BEGINNING near Sand Knob Church at a hickory and dogwood, and running due west ,with the line of R. M. Lilly to an jr0n peg in the line; thence running south to an iron peg at the private road which ruus through the Cole property; the- ace running East with the said • private road to another iron peg; thence continuing in an easterly direction to a locust POTENTIAL ORDER TO YOUR ABILITY TO MAKE YOUR SERVICES KNOWN TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS. The Summers County Comm- ission reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Dec. 16 Legal Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE BIDDERS IN debts, liabilities and obligt- FACILITATE • ions, divide the remainder am- ong the stockholders pro rata with their several holdings of stock, but no such payment shall be made to any stock- holder until after the public- ation of the notice hereinaf- ter provided. RESOLVED, second that the president of this corporation cause notice of the adoption of the foregoing resolution to be published in some newspaper of Notice is hereby given that on general circulation, published the16th day of December, 1981, near the principal office or at 2:00 P.M., a Public Sale will place of business of this corpor-' tree at the County Road; th- be held in the parking lot of at;on, once a week for two ence running with the County FrankGodbyChevrolet&Olds- successive weeks; and that he Road back to the place of mobile, Alderson, West " certify" these resolutions to BEGINNING, containing app- • roximately 3 acres, more or i less. Said tract after the outsales herein described is believed to . contain 72 acres, more or less. " ,TERMS OF SALE: 10 per cent down on day of sale, balance within ten days• Given under my hand on this - th 1st day of December, 1981. .... DAVID L. ZIEGLER, SPECIAL COMMISSIONER " "I; Edith M. Meador, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Summ- ers'County, West Virginia, do -hereby certify that the above • named David L. Ziegler, has' : given bond as required by the " Said decree with security app- : fbved by me. : 'EDITH M. MEADOR, Clerk - "Dec. 9, 16, 23 : ...... Legal Notice " NOTICE TO CREDITORS - To the Creditors and Bone- ficiaries of the estate of Edna : L0rene Gunnoe, deceased: C "All persons having claims •  against the estate of the said " Edna Lorena Gunnee deceas- . ed, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same with • the voucher thereof, legally : verified, to the undersigned, at " my. office in the City of Hin- ton West Virginia, on or before • March 30, 1982, at 1O:00o'cleck ' , A.M., otherwise, they may by law, be excluded from all bene- ' fRs of said estate. All bene-  tic;aries of said estate are not- ' ;fled to be present on said day ' to protect their interests. Given under my band this , the 30 day of November, 1981. Virginia, to sell for cash to the the Secretary of State of West highest bidder at Public Auct- Virginia, and deliver to him a ion, the following collateral, to - certificate showing the public- wit: One 1976 Dodge Monaco at;on of such notice. 2S, Serial Number: DP29N6D 200730. Said collateral being held to secure an obligation arising under a retail install- ment security agreement held by the First National Bank of Alderson as secured party. The undersigned reserves the right to bid at this sale. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ALDERSON Trustee Alderson, West Virginia 24910 BY: C. R. Flanagan Assistant Vice President Dec. 9, 16 Servicemeni I In The News Marine Pat. John L. Gunter son of James L. and Hamet L. Gunter of Sandstone, W. Va., has completed recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C. During the 11 - week train- ing cycle, he learned the ba- sics of battlefidd survival. He was introduced to the typical daily routine that he will ex- perience dm'ing his enlistment and studied the personal and professional standards tradit- ionally exhibited by Marines. He participated in an active. physical conditioning program and galnecl proficiency in a variety of military skills, in- cluding first aid, rifle mark- manship and close order drill. Team work and self- discip- line were emphasized through- "out the training cycle. A 1981 graduate of Hlnton ..larold B. Eagle ' High School, Hinton, W. Va., he :Commissioner of Accounts, joined the Marine Corps in Ap- Summers County, West ril 1981. '. Virginia Dec. 9, 16 | Given under my hand this 4th day of December, 1981. • MEADOR FARMS, INC. By Kenneth E. Meador Its President Dec. 9, 16 Bear Hunting i Season Opens West Virginia's 1981 bear gun hunting season opened Mon- day, December 7 and continue through Dei:ember 26, accord- ing to the Wildlife Resources Division. All or portions of Hampshire, Hardy, Grant, Tu- cker, Randolph, Pendleton, We- bster, Greenbrier, Pocahontas, and Monroe counties are oaen to bear hunting. Wildlife bid- ogist predict a kill of 80 bears if the weather is good. Bow hunters have already killed 4 'bears this year. As in past years, biologists will be collectingteeth from dead bears to learn how West Virginia's bear population is faring. A toll-free telephone number ( 1-800-352- 6515) is now available for successful hunt- ers to call. Upon receipt, of a call, a Wildlife Resources re- presentative will be dispatched to examine the bear. It is hoped that this will make it easier for the hunter to cooperate and less costly for the Wildlife Divis- ion. '/'he 1981 - 82 hunting regula-, tions should be consulted for specific regulations governing bear hunting, A $4.00 bear damage stamp is required for hunting bear. ....it , - 4o,; Peterstown Area ]0000lews Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Mary Rerrick were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rarick and son Ro- bby, of Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. Donelle Wilson of London, Ohio ; Mr. and Mrs. James Rarrick and son Jimmy of Baltimore, Maryland; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gendee and children, Greg and Sandra of Parkersburg, W. Va.;Mrs. Grace Huffman of Princeton; Miss Mary Lou Rar- rick also of Princeton. They all with Mrs. Mary Rerrick acc- ompanying them motored to her daughter's, Mr. and Mrfi. Larry Asbury, Martinsville, West Virginia for Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Martin and family of Decatur, Georgia spent the Thanksgiv- ing holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mar- tin, St. of Cashmere, W. Va. Also visiting The Martins was their grandson, Pat. Robert E. Martin, lII, who is stationed at Fort Devens, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Wel- ch of Cashmere, have retur-: ned home after spending the Thanksgiving holidays with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schueman, of Caithersburg, Maryland. Seniors Hold Birthday Party The Senior Citizens birthday Mrs. Edith Huffman baked party honoring those having a and decorated a large birthday cake that beautifully centered the guest table. It was cut and served to those present follow- ing the birthday party memb- names were drawn for the door prize and Leslie Martin held the lucky number and given a prize. If you are a senior citizen and have a birthday in the present come to the YMCA Building, Senior Center where the birthday party is held every first Friday in the month. birthday in the month of Dec- ember was held at the senior citizen center Friday Decemb- er 4- 12:30 P.M. Those having a birthday were seated at a special table which was especially decorated in keeping with the birthday mot- if. Dinner was served to the guests who were : Mrs. Ir- ma Bragg and Mrs. Macy Young. Mrs. Brags being the oldest member was presented with a gift. Mrs. Larry (Debbie) Cox returned to her home on Sat- urday from Giles Memorial Hospital, Pearisburg, after un- dergoing major surgery on Monday. Named Top Leader Mr. and Mrs. B.A. Long of the McKenzie-Ellison received not- ice that their granddaughter, Sheri Long of Dover, Maryland, has been named the top Cent- ury III Leader at Dover High School. The 17-year-old- senior is eligible to compete with other local winners from around Del- eware for one of two $1,500.00 scholarships and an all- expen- se paid trip to the National Century 111 Leaders Conferen- ce in March, 1982 in William- sburg, Virginia. Long was judged on the ba- sis of leadership, skills, school and community involvement, and a current events examin- ation. She also worte a short essay on " Families and the Upgrading of Communication. Miss Long is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James I. Long of Dover, Delaware. They are former residents of this area. Surprise Layette Shower Imagine Amy Bradley's sur- prise when, thinking she was going shopping with her neigh- boL she walked in on a surprise layette shower in her Disabled Veterans Hold honor! It wasn't easy for the ladies of the Cashmere Miss- Christmas Dinner The Disabled American Vet- erans Chapter 30 and Auxiliary Unit 30 held their first annual Christmas Dinner on Saturday night December 5th 1981 at 6:00 p.m. in the Memorial Building. To meet socially with the Ch- apter and Unit members and new prospective members. Gu- ests present were : Mrs. Ru- by Petrey, Mrs. Jacob and Lola Arthur, Virginia Lilly, Mrs. Lark Meador, Mrs. Lorina Pe- trey, Mr. and Mrs. John Ri- ppetoe, Mr. and Mrs. Vaster Meadows, Mr. and Mrs. Wood- row Lilly, Mr. Billie J. Wood, Mrs. Goergia Meadows, Mr. Russell Buckland, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Simpkins, Mr. md Mrs. Estel Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skidmore, Mr. Jimmy Basham and Missy , Mr. and Mrs. Orval Buck- Clarence Simpkins, Miss Tess land, Mr. Perry Berry, Mr. and Angell, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mrs. Bobby Graham, and child- Meadows, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ren, Mrs. Hazel Lilly, Mrs. M.J. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perry and Mr Joe Freeland. 3ichmond, Any Disabled American Vet- Raymond Enright, James So- eran wishing to join Chapter 30. wder, Duard Wood, Mrs. Vi- Hintonor wish heipor advicein / rginia Buckland, Mr. Joe Fr- Veteran matters or filing a eeland, claim call Mr. George Sowder Members vresent were : Mr. 466- 2294 or Ladies wishing to and Mrs. Goerge Sowder, Mr. join the Unit 30 Auxiliary call and Mrs. LeRoy J. Enright, Mr. Mrs. Irene Lilly, 466- 2593. "Fire Is An Unnoticed Epidemic" CHRISTMAS CANDLE SAFETY TIPS NEVER place lighted Cand- les near draperies, bedding, Christmas trees or greens, cl- othing, upholstered furniture, or anything else that could burn. NEVER use lighted candles in molded polystyrene foam or other plastic holders or near decorations made of these mat- erials. When they burn, they quickly give off highly toxic fumes which could be fatal. Instead, use sturdy metal or • wooden holders that won't tip over. NEVER place lighted can- dies in doorways, halls or other places where anyone passing by could knock them over or let the flames brush their clothing .or hair. NEVER use lighted candies near open windows, doors or chimneys, or any other drafty places where the wind could knock them over and help spread flames. NEVER leave candles burn- ing in an unoccupied room. NEVER move a lighted candle. To change its location, first snuff it out, then move it and re - light it. NEVER substitute a candle for a flashlight. Children have caused tragic fires by using candles to look for toys and clothing udner beds and in closets. NEVER have candles light- ed if there are toddlers ar- ound .... attracted to the fli- ckering flame, they are too young to know of fire's dan- gers. Also keep cats and other pets away from lighted candl- es. NEVER let children light candies unless they do so under adult supervision. For more information con- tact your local fire depart- ment or the State Fire Mar- shal's office, 200 Quarrier St- reet, Charleston, WV 25305. ionary Society to keep the event a secret, but they did it! A musical cradle and booties, among other baby items, ador- ned tables covered in pink and yellow at the Cashmere Comm- unity Building. Mary Bradley presented the honoree with a corsage of pink, blue and white carnations. Games were lead by Betty Bradley, with Row- ena Lester taking top honors. The mother - to - be, assist- ed by her sister - in - law, Debbie Bradley, opened and dis- played gifts from: Clara Hi- nes, May H. Brown, Ruth Mar- tin, Patricia Taylor, Mary Br- adley, Cathy Martin, Mary Du- nn, Wilma Bradley, Thelma Mann, Betty Bradley, Debbie Bradley, Rowena Lester, Jane Lester, Julia Francis, Ruth Francis, Marsha Hurley, Vio- la Martin, Gladys Sanderson, Doris Welch, Irene Crawford, Max;he Holdren. Refreshments which featured a cake decor- ated with a stork and minia- ture baby toys were served by the hostesses, the ladies of the' Cashmere Missionary Society. Personals Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Witt over the Thanksgiving holidays were Mrs. Witt's son Mr. and Mrs. J.C. "Blackie" Spangler of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Mrs. Lucille Windley of Port- smouth, Va., spent several D&ectors Named Three new directors were elected to the board of the New River Travel Council at the annual membership meeting held at The Inn at Glade Sp- rings in Daniels, West Vir- ginia. Elected as directors.- at - large were Ed Rock, manager of the West Virginia State Fair in Fairlea and Mrs.Kathy Luk- acs from North American Ri- ver Runners in Hico. Re - elected as directors at - large were George Sively of Organ Cave; Raymond Ferguson of the White Sulphur Springs Ch- amber of Commerce; and Dr. J.B. Ryan, director of the Tr- avel Industries Management program at Concord College. Elected to a three - year terms as director representing a specific county was Ms. Ma- rtha Farley of the Holiday Inn in Bluefieid for Mercer County .* Re - elected to their posts were J. Walter Brown of Brownie's Ser ice, Inc. in Oak Hill; J. Bright Hem of Lewisburg for Greenbrier County; and Tim- othy Murphy of Mountain La- nor Campground in Summers- ville for Nicholas County. Current officers of the NRTC are Henry Lindsay of Lost World Caverns at Lewisburg, president; Doug Maddy, exec- utive director of the Fayette Plateau Chambei" of Commer- ce, vice-president; Mrs. Jenn. ifer Blecher, executive direct- or of the Princeton- Mercer County Chamber of Commerce, secretary; and Mrs. Helen Coste of Jimmy's Television Sales and Service at Hinton, treasurer. The New River Travel Co- uncil is one of seven councils in the state, whose primary pur- pose is to publicize and pro- mote West Virginia for travel and tourism. The mine member counties of the NRTC are Fay- ette, Greenbrier, Nicholas, Me- rcer, Monroe, Raleigh, Mc Do- well, Wyoming and Summers. days ,visiting her father, Mr. Neal Buckland and brothers and sisters in the area. ' Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Webb on Saturday were : Mrs. Webb's brother, Ernest Webb of Richmond, Va. and his sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Mize of Roanoke, Virginia. Peter's Mountain Chapter. NSDAR Peter's Mountain Chapter of Peterstown was awarded sec- ond place in Pressbook com- petition at the seventy - sixth State Conference of the Nat- ional Society' Daughter's of the American Revolution held at the Sheraton Inn in Bluefield. The award was accepted by Mrs. James White regent, at the Saturday morning business session. The pressbook was _prepared for exhibition by the Public Relations Chairman, Mrs. C.L. Spangler. The conference began on Thursday with meal reservat- ions in charge of Mrs. Car- men Isola and Mrs. Felix Bail- ard. Attending the memorial service conducted by State Ch- aplain, Mrs. William S. Winrey of Princeton at the Bland St- reet Methodist Church were Mrs. Vernon Dunn and Mrs. C. L. Spangler. Soloist for this service of tribute to deceased members was Mr. Henry For- tune accompanied by Mr. C. Ralph Mills. Placing of the wreath was held at the Bail- ey - Davidson Monument. Following the memorial ser- vice, a tea to honor Mrs. Thomas Martin Egan Chaplain General, and Mrs. Walter Sp- earman State Regent, and other state honoraries and gu- ests was hosted by Mrs. Win- frey and the Peter's Mountain Chapter. Serving at the punch bowl was Mrs. Vernon Dunn. Assisting with the tea were Mrs.Oscar Spangler and Mrs. C. L. Spangler. Mrs. James White gave the invocation atthe banquet on Friday evening which honored chapter regents and district directors• Attending the banqu- et from Peterstown also were Mrs. Isola, Mrs. Ballard and Mrs. Dunn. The 1982 State Conference . will be held in Charleston, W. Va. Peterstown Personals Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Long have returned home after vis- iting their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long in Dover, Delaware. Mrs. Betty Sue Broyles of Titusville, Florida, has return- ed home after visiting with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones and other relatives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Richard ( Ri- cky) Jones of Charleston, vis- ;ted his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Thomas Jones. Mr. Jones is associated with Casto and Ch- ancy Law Firm in Charleston, W. Va. He graduated from West Virginia University Law ''- ool with honors. We welcome to our comm- unity Mr. and Mrs. William Rank;n, who have built and now live in their new home on Rt. 219. Mrs. Rankin is a former resident of Rich Creek, Va.,. Miss Pauline Ganoe. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rankin over the weekend were Mrs. Ted Sauls, Tony Stafford, Brian Stafford all of Kopperston, West Vir- ginia. Hospital Notes Summers County Hospital December 4,5,6, 1981 Admitted: Katherine Atwell,, Pence Springs; Cindy Cales, Marie Blaker, James Hedge, all of Alderson; Addle Gooch, Tony Adkins, Sommer Gill, David Tate, Nellie Predmore, Rosie Gill, Harold Hulme, Sally Hayslette,/qadine Ward, Dale Cooper, Ruby Wills, Le- roy Enright, Alonzo Ward, Ed- gar Cales, Curtis Gray, Berma Meador, Harry Gill, all of Hin- ton; Justin Williams, Artie Ad- kins, both of True; Jessie Far- ley, Peggy Greer, both of Jum- ping Branch; Lenna Halstead, Danese; William Campbell, Rainelle; Virginia Frazier, Ba- llengee. Dismissed: John Lambert, Pipestem; Charlie Buckland, Hobert Buckland, Bonnie Cook, Eva Bragg, Ruby Wills, Sally Hayslette, Ellen Gunter, all of Hinton; William Mull;as, Br- ooks; Carrie Wood, ;ip- ing Branch; Carletta Ai'nis Ruby Adkins, both at" Meadow Bridge; Angela Adkins, Mead- ow Bridge; Janice Shrader, Prinzie Fox, both of Talcott; Francis Surber, Edgewood, Md.; and Robert Martin, Ball- ard; David Campbell, Meadow Creek• Summers County Hospital December 7, 1981 Admitted: Golide Folden, Ni- mitz; Mattie Boyd, Clifford Brooks, Frankie Stevens, Misty Burdette, all of Alderson; Mel- issa Gill, Tamara Gill, Bev- erly Lowry, Pearl Donohoe, Donna Cox, Heather Meadows, James Mccomas, all of Hin- ton; Deborah Butler, Pipestem ; Shirley Young, Sandstone ; John Hutchinson, Pence Springs; James Bowles, Ath- ens; and Hilbert Hanna, Asb- ury, W. Va. Dismissed: Harry Still, Br- enda Martin, both of Alderson; Delia Richmond, George Blackburn, Tony Adkins , Harry O. Gill, Sommer Gill, Jesse Parker; Calvin Robbins, Rufus Totten, Virginia Harvey, Le- roy Enright, all of Hinton; Kenneth Allen, Meadow Creek.; Alice Conner, Nimitz; and Je- ssie Farley, Jumping Branch. T. V. Mart "Come come Pranced Come Donner & Cupid l" Even on the North Pole, ble Heater has a battery-powered a Kero-Sun ® Portable Heater ignition system for easy opera- tion, and an automatic shut-off will keep farm buildings warm and cozy! @ This Omni 105 kerosene- wered heater is rated at 19,500 s. It's U.L. listed. It's portable. There's no smoke or odor during operation. Every Kero-Sun Porta- device for extra safety. See all eight of our U;L. listed models at a dealer near you for a demonstration. Then ask Santa to bring you a Kero-Sun Portable Heater for Christmas. T. V. Mart 205 Temple Street Phone 466-2755 ® K[O'.U[ be present to win. Becouse you don't hove money to bum. Register for FREE prizes to be given away Dec. 23. You do not have to