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f Obituari00es JERRY C. BROOKMAN Jerry. C. Brookman, 37, of Hill. dale, died Wed. Dec. 13, 1995 at his home following a long illness. Born Mar. 4, 1958 in Hinton, he was the son of Pat and Henry Woodrum of Hilldale. Mr. Brookman was preceded in death by his grandfather George Brookman. Besides his parents he is survived by his grandmother, Wanda Brook. man of Hilldale, several aunts, uncles .and cousins also survive. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Fri. Dec. 15, at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlor Chapel with Pastor Pete Cook officiating. Burial followed in the Greenbrier Burial Park in Hinton Family and friends served as pallbearers. Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors, Inc. in Hinton was in charge of ar- rangements. DIANE D. CAIUS Diane D. Cales, 39, of Sandstone, died 1:20 p.m. Thurs., Dec. 14, 1995, in a Beckley hospital following a long illness. Born Aug. 27, 1956 in Summers County, she was the daughter of Ruby Williams Bowles of Cleveland, Oh. and the late Homer Bowles. Mrs. Cales had lived most of her life in Summers County and was a member of the Sandstone Baptist Church at Sandstone. Other survivors include her hus- band, Ovid Lewis Cales; two sons, Randy and Jamie Cales, both at home; a granddaughter, Shyanne Michelle Cales of Nimitz; four broth- ers, Willard, Darrell, Kennard and James Bowles, all of Oh.; and a sis- ter, Charlotte Cales of Cleveland, Oh. Graveside services and burial were held at i p.m. Sat. Dec. 16 at Ca]es Family Cemetery at Sandstone with Pastor Eddie Johnson officiat- ing. There was no visitation. Pallbearers were Charles Cales, Charles Wayne Cales, Chriss Cales, Jeff Ward, Scott Ward and Andy Alderman. Arrangements by Ronald Mead- ows Funeral Parlors, Hinton. MARGARET S. KESLER Margaret S. Kasler, 87, of Win- ston-Salem, N.C., formerly of Hin- ton, died Fri. Dec. 15, 1995, in a Winston-Salem Hospital. Born Oct. 23,1908, in Hinton, she was the daughter of the late Frank S. and Mary A. Hunter. Mrs. Kesier was a graduate of Hinton High School arid Dunsmore Business College in Staunton, Va., she was a charter member of the Service Club in Hinton, a member of the Wednesday Club, the Delphi Club, and the Women of the Moose. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Hinton and at- tended the College Park Baptist Church in Winston-Salem. She was preceded in death by her husband, N.C. =Bill" Kesler on Aug. 7, 1981. Survivors include a son, David Kesler and his wife, Pamela, of Winston-Salem, N.C.; a daughter, Mrs. Frank (Mary Margaret) Lucas ofWinston-Salem, N.C.; three grand- children, David F. Kesler Jr., Paula Kesler, and Stephanie Lucas, all of N.C. Services were held at 3 p.m. Sun. Dec. 17, at Pivont Funeral Home Chapel, Hinton, with Rev. D.D. Elwell officiating. Burial followed in Greenbrier Burial Park. Pallbearers were David Kesler Jr., David Parmer, Scott Briers, Stan Maddy, Dave Ballard and Fred Mock. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton. MRS. MACIE M. MANSFIELD Mrs. Macie M. Mansfield, 76, of Big Creek, Hinton, died Sat. eve- ning, in the Summers Co. Appala- chian Regional Hospital, following a long illness. Born Sept. 30, 1919 at Jumping Branch, she was a daughter of the late Alfred and Grade Lilly, and was a lifelong resident of Summers Co. Mrs. Mansfield was a member of the Big Creek Baptist Church, a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband, Vivian F. Mansfield Sr. on Dec. 2, 1977, one son Roger L. Mansfield on Sept. 28, 1984, and one sister, Della Fern Waddell on Feb. 1978. Continued on page 8 THIS YEAR, GIVE A GIFT OF A CONCORD COLLEGE CLASS. Puzzled about that perfect gift? Tired of the usual options--- socks, or maybe a new briefcase, or chocolates? Why not surprise one of your favorite people with thegift of a Concord College class? Think about it. It's months of meeting new people, exploring possible new horizons, and being rewarded for conquering new challenges. Mark EIHson, R. Ph. If your gift recipient is already on the way to a college degree, it'll be a welcome show of support and a help in the pocketbook. If he or she isn't, there's no time like now to give the opportunity to sample the prerrfier higher education instruction in the region. IN NEED OF ITEMS The Boys & Girls Club is in need of the following items. If you have any of these items available and ' wish to donate them, please contact the Boys & Girls Club at 466-2500. Christmas/Holiday Decorations, VCR, answering machine, micro- wave, computer printer, arts & crafts supplies. I r SUMMERS COUNTY RIGHT TO LIFE There will be no meeting for Dec. for Summers County Right To Life. The regular meetings scheduled for the 3rd. Men. of each month will resume Men. Jan. 15th. at 7:00 PM at The Ascension Episcopal Church located at 5th. and Temple St. Tues. Dec. 19, 1995 Hinton News - 3 PARENT SUPPORT GROUP The Parent Support Group meets NEED GLASSES at REACHH on the third Wed. of The Hinton Lions Club is in need each month at12 noon. Come once or of used eye glasses. come every month. If you have any please drop offat Child care and refreshments pro- Briers, Doffs Sports Shop or Garry's vided. For more information call 466- Used Car Lot. 2645. III I I I "Just throw me in an old pine box." No one wants to think about it... let alone talk about it... .. but do you really want to leave the burden of makJng these cemetery azTangements to your family? If you don't face life's realities you give up the opportunity to choose 67% percent of aU cemetary arrangements are made by the wife or children... ALONEI You can pre-arrange for these items now with Current and Future Income 10% Discount on VAULTS & MEMORIALS ENDS 12-31-95 I II II I and not with the things your family will have to do without... .. College Tuition... Living Expenses... Retirement! SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER GREENBRIER BURIAL PARK RESTWOOD MEMORIAL GARDENS HC 80 BOX 32D HINTON, WV 25951-9901 PHONE: (304) 466-4668 II III You can choose the General Studies class in English coming to Snmmers County High in January. Or pick from a wide selection of courses, day and evening, in Athens or Beckley. And rest assured that the instruction will be top quality at a very reasonable price. It's almost as much fun, and a lot less fattening, than chocolates! While we're on the subject of gifts, you're invited to tune in to "A Christ- mas Present to Southern West Virginia," Concord's half-hour television special, on WOAY-TV this Sunday(Christmas Eve) at 1:30 p.m. This original programming features some of the region's best musical talent in their television debut. TWO SIDE BY SIDE BURIAL SPACES A Savings of $645.50 Financing Available $12.03 per month ENDS 12-31-95 It's easier than you may think to give the gift of a Concord class. Simply call our toll-free number: 800-344-6679. Or contact our Beckley Center at 219 North Kanawha Street; the phone number is 255-0793. Nitroglycerin Skin Patch for Angina For many years nitroglycerin has been the primary treatment for the chest pain of angina pectoris, pain resulting from a shortage of oxygen in the heart muscle. Nitro- glycerin helps decrease the blood volume handled by the heart. Re- duction in work by the heart results in less need for oxygen, and the chest pain is relieved. According to a recent report in American Journal of Cardiology, the most useful nitroglycerin dos- age forms for stopping acute or sudden chest pains are the sublin- gual tablets (placed under the tongue) and the oral spray. Doses of 0.4 to 0.6 mg may be repeated every 5 minutes, up to a total of 3 doses. Pain that comes and goes is best treatedwith the sublingual tab- lets. One drawback to sublingual nitroglycerin is that the beneficial effects do not last very long. Longer-acting dosage forms of nitroglycerin include the oral tab- lets and skin patches. Some physi- cians have been concerned that patients may develop tolerance to these longer acting forms and be- come ineffective. However, a re- cent report in Circulation concludes that nitroglycerin skin patches are effective in persons with stable an- gina. No tolerance developed in a study of 291 persons evaluated over a 30-day period, and there wcrc no rebound effects observed during drug-free intervals. Pipestem Resort State Park The Bluestone Dining Room APPETIZERS Grilled Shrimp with Cocktail Sauce and LemonMarmilade Smoked Trout with Horseradish Cream and Grapes Tri-Color Cheese Tortellini with Fresh Herb Cream and Crisp Bacon SOUPS French Onion Soup with Three Cheeses J Soup Du Jour (inquire) SALADS Mixed Greens with Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad Penne Pasta with Greens, Vegetables and a Balsamic Vinigrette ENTREES Grilled Pork Medallions with Apple Butter and Brandy Jus Blackened Ribeye with Linguine Alfredo Sauteed W Va Trout with Brown Butter, Grapes, & Toasted Almonds Grilled Herb Chicken Breast with Spinach Fettucine Barbecued Shrimp with Red Beans and Rice Grilled Fillet of Beef with Hotel Butter Pasta of the Day, Changing Dally (Inquire) Chill Butter Chicken with Wild Mushrooms Smoked Seared salmon with Honey Butter $6.95 $6.95 $5.75 $3.25 $2.50 $2.95 $7.95 $5.75 $14.95 $15.95 $13.95 $12.95 $14.95 $16.95 $10.95 $13.95 $15.95 Barbecued Baby Back Ribs with Rye Bread Full Rack $13.95 Half Rack $7.95 Turkey Scallopini Sauteed with Lemon Butter and Capers $13.95 Prime Rib of Beef with Au Jus $14.95 All entrees served with starch and vegetable. , May substitute baked potato for starch. DESSERTS Bourbon Pecan Pie with Sweet Cream $3.50 Warm Bread Pudding with Vanilla Sauce $3.50 Walnut Shells with Vanilla Ice Cream & Chocolate Strawberry Sauce $3.25 Chocolate Peanut Butter Reese Pie with Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream $3.75" New York Cheese Cake with Chocolate or Strawberry Sauce $235 Double Trouble Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Run Sauce $3.75 Caramel Apple Cake with Caramel and Chocolate Sauce $3.50 Orange Sherbert, vanilla and Chocolate Ice Cream $1.25 Brought To You By3 S & W Corporation Executwe Chef.Eric Stalnaker Phone 466-1800 Ext. 368