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I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year. --Charles Dickens / I iow of only one duty, and that is to love. --Albert Camus The Notebooks .Peace, Love, Joy... Merry Christmas" Ritz Theater l Donald and Patty Meador [  Merry Christmas & i i   True blessings of v Christmas arise  from that first  wondrous Holy _  Night, and , t'*, may they \\; ii be yours. anks. Joseph Aucremanne Attorney at Law 407 Second Ave., Hinton 466-0391 IT'SA WISP! ASe nC, ,d.iaP!i}ii! yeyr ' s , and we U see you next year!" I " [ .... Riverside-Fi-0ral iGift Shop I Riverside Jewelry Riverside Monument Co. | Betty and James Taylor & Staff | Hlnton By-Pass 466-2279 Christmas is the time we're near To those we love and hold so dear. For laughter, tears, hugs and ldsses, Year after year, it never misses. The stow of christmas Is only found in two places in the Bible: Matthew I and 2 and Luke 1 and 2. Mark and John don't even mention the story. All things are possible until they are proved impossible--and even the impossible may only be so as of now. --Pearl Buck :::>:::" OlCC / Today, as in His time, let us rejoice and renew faith at this Holy Season. Thank you. JUNE McGRAW BROKER HINTON REALTY, INC. 466-1100 Tues. Dec. 22, 1998 Hinton News - 5B I Nutrition00 Health And Happy Holidays (It's Possible) (NAPS)---Healthy habits don't need to go on a hiatus over the hol- iday season. They can be woven into the barrage of buffets, parties, and goodies that will come your way over the next 60 days. All it takes is a little pre-party planning plus a dose of realistic expecta- tions to get you through the next few weeks--unscathed. Here's how: Eat regular meals--There's the temptation to skip a meal before going to a big shindig. Don't. Cutting out calories early in the day so that you can use them at an office or neighborhood party later on usually results in over- indulging. By the time you get to the party, you are so hungry any- thing and everything being served looks good enough to eat. Indulge (a little)--Deprivation translates into over-indulgence, too. If Aunt Mary's Thanksgiving pie or Uncle Bob's Christmas fruit cake are favorite holiday traditions, enjoy them--simply keep the size of your portion reasonable. Remember the adage "less is more," but some is certainly better than none. Preview the food spread-- Get particular in your food choic- es. Before stepping into the buffet line or sitting down to eat, take time to check out what's being served. Select foods that are unique to the time of year. Pass on foods that you can have any time, such as dips and chips, crackers, bars and cookies. Get plenty of rest--Studies show that people who do not get enough sleep are more apt to overeat. When you are tired, it's sleep you need--not food. Since the holidays are notoriously hectic, commit now to giving yourself the gift of a good night's rest. 10 Ideas For Exercising Over The Holidays 1) Build s snowman or snow fort 2) Take five quick runs down a favorite sledding hill 3) Engage in after-dinner dancing 4) Head out for s walking tour of holiday lights 5) Self-choreograph a family ice skating show 6) Do the zoo 7) Hand-deliver holiday cards/gifts to neighbors 8) Volunteer to pack bags at a food bank 9) Shovel your neighbor's side- walk 10) Take a brisk walk in the park to feed the birds ) Find the spirit of the holi- day without a lot of spirits-- Alcohol is usually served at holi- day gatherings. Besides being a health hazard when taken in excess, it is also a significant source of calories. If you are trying to toe the healthful line over the holidays, toe the moderate alcohol consumption line, too. The bottom line is...enjoy the holiday season. Eating is one aspect of it, but there can be so much more. Why not expand your event list to more than eating. Come up with some new "calorie- free" traditions. A GREAT START TO TOTAL NUTRITION... Savor a hot cup of soup, cider or favorite tea an hour before you head out the door to a holiday gathering. It will help cut the urge to splurge when you get to the party. Brought to you by Total cereals, breakfast cereals with 100c of the daily value of 10 vita- mins and minerals. Hill In lAY fnrrTiA00rr |] .... :._=: .......... HULIH/li bKiEIIIIIb) I/I | B lllll I/I i := ' ' 111 + + =: " ',-:++:+ - I ++ ........ 3 +=++ ,+2+:+,I I t ! andjoyous holiday season/ Ill B-i[LL00$ | Creekside Chiropractic Clinic U I CAi $10: I Greenville, WV (304) 832-6420 II "- Temple St., I-inlcn , I "1 .Pu,m II ..'d z..:: Kings Restaurant, Temple St., Downtown Hinton I We often meet by accident. GORE'S AUTOBODY, INC WRECKER SERVICE 23 1/2 HOUR SERVICE Damage Free Towing / Experienced Operators / Fully Insured "WE ARE WRECKAMENDED" And so, our friends, we wish for you, And everyone in your family, too, mac hocuy  ,th min, As we celebrate 9s wondrous birth. State Senator Leonard Anderson & Family .0 omoo m.. H,nto. 466"0522