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6. Hinton News Tues. Oct. 29, 1991 Mr. & Mrs. Kaleb Lively Molrgan- Lively -In a Victorian setting at the First Bapst Church in Hinton, Melissa Jane Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Morgan, and Kaleb Alan Lively, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lively of Hinton, were united in marriage Aug. 16. The double-ring, candlelight cere- mony was performed by the Rev. Sterling Morgan, uncle of the bride. Wedding music was provided by vqcalists Sharon and PbJ llip Walthall ' of Covington, Vs., and pianist Linda Turner of Forest Hill, all cousins of the bride. Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her par- ent, the bride wore an ivory satin floor .length gown. The full skirt was edged in scalloped lace which ended in a cathedral train that was overlaid with lace and accented with an ivory satin bow. The bodice was satin overlaid with lace, aV-neckline, and the finger-tip lace sleeves ended in a point. Her long veil fell from a satin bow and was enhanced by dangling rose pet- als. The bride wore cameo earrings and a cameo pin belonging to the groom's grandmother. She carried her mother's Bib]e from which cascaded a bouquet of white roses and gardenias entwined with Stephanotis and ivy. Maid of honor was Mary Jane Humphreys, of Hinton. Bridesmaids were Kimberly Morgan, sister-in-law of the bride, of Lewisburg, Jessica Coins and Kimberly Cooper of Hin- ton. They wore wine and mauve balle- rina-length dresses of satin andlace accented by a large bow. Their dresses and the brides gown were fultioned by Mona Dobbins of Hin- ton. Flower girl was Alexandria Mo'- gan, cousin of the bride, of Asbury. Ringbearer was Bradley Morgan; nephew of the bride, of Lewisburg. Best man was David Mann of Hinton. Ushers were Vic Morgan of Lewisburg, Scott Morgan of Hinton, brothers of the bride, and Scott Sten- nett of Hinton. Wedding director was Sue Mor- gan, aunt of the bride. The guest book was attended by Kim Clinebell. Programs were given out by Paula Scott. A reception was held at Willow Wood Country Club. The bride is a graduate of Hinton High School and is attending Con- cord College. The groom is employed by The Kroger Company in Hinton. After a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, SC,, the couple will residein Hinton. Meadow Bridge Area News By Alvie Martin A 40th anniversary dinner was given in honor of Claude and Ruth Fleshman of Meadow Bridge, Sun. Oct. lath. at the home of their son, Gary. Several relatives and friends helped to make it a joyous event. Decorations were red and white as the 40th anniversary is Ruby. Their daughter, Helen and daugh- ter-in-law, Mary, made and served the dinner. The cakes were made and decorated by Sharon Holiday and Lisa Lilly. Many gifts, cards and best wishes were expressed from all. Those attending were: Gary, Mary, Amanas and Brandy Flesh- man, Zela Martin, David, Helen, Curtis, Christina Coughlin, Judy Coughlin, James, Linda, Joyce Hamrick, Esta Huterspillar, and Ruth Helmick of Dawson; Charles Fleshman of Greensboro, N.C.; Kathy Farley, Johnny, Eloise, Shan- non, Chris Forrow, ofHinton; Maude, Deborah Burdette of Sandstone; Frances Ward of Hix; Bill, Brenda, Juanita, Lisa, April, William Lilly of Layland; Ralph Hubbard of Lewis- burg. Happy Wedding Anniversary to Claude and Rick Fleshman. KARATE CLUB. Hinton Karate Club will be meet- ing on Mondays 6:30 - 8:30 at City Side Track. New students welcome. Call Ed Lilly 466-3696 or Kashi Long 466-3537. ii!i!i:!i!il ii!!!!iii:ii i!iiii | Nur,.;iATg Excellence Award Won by Area Nurse Dale Sears, from Hlnton, West Virginia, won the Nursing rv-..e Award this October 1991. This Is an award given the Humans Greenbrler Valley Hospital where emploYed In the operatig r, Congratulations you are a credit m yoUr pmSsion, a valuable r this a'ward. Railroad Days Ends On "Swing" by sheri beneon A type of music often not heard in Summers County was offered for the pleasure of Summers County resi- dents and Railroad Days visitors the last week-end of the celebration. The music, Old Jazz (=Swing') was performed by Susanna Robinson (vocals) and husband Don Drummer (guitar). Soft and varied in pitch, this music from the 40's and 50% (and some modern jazz) floated in and out among the celebrants. Especially enjoying the perform- ances were many of those arriving from Huntington, Augusta (Geor- gia) and Savannah. Standing to listen, many had comments of=...the songs I like best, but never hear much anymore..." and"...love thiskind of music.." were heard from the visitors. The songs were from past talents like Buddy Holly, Peggy Lee and even others of that era. Said the performers on their style, =When we were first married, we didn't even know that the other liked the same kind of music." "I was just playing it, one day," said guitarist, Don Drummer, =and Susanna liked it, soon was ranging with it. It sounded good." Although West Virginia is basi- cally "Blue Grass" country, many appreciate an opportunity to =widen out" and enjoy some of what's in the rest of the music world. Susanna Robinson and Don Drummer provided that during Railroad Days. Nimitz'sMaddy RecognizedAt Nursing Convocation Tia Maddy was recognized at the Sophomore Nursing Convocation at Alderson-Broaddus Co]legs in Wilcox Chapel at I p.m. on Sun. Oct. 13th. Maddy was one of eighteen nursing students who received recognition. The speaker was Mrs. Jacqueline Riley, Assistant Dean of the School of Nursing at West Virginia Univer- sity. Mrs. Riley received her bacca- laureate degree in nursing from Alderson-Broaddus. Maddy is a 1990 graduate of Hinton High School. She. is the daughter of Ashby and Donna Maddy of Nimitz. Alderson-Broaddus College, lo- cated in Philippi, W.Va., is a four- year, fully accredited liberal arts and sciences institution which is affili- ated with the American Baptist Churches, U.S.A. The college has developed a strong liberal arts with contemporary and professional and pre-professional programs and ex- periences appropriate to the student's academic major. The col- lege offers me than forty majors including Medical Science (PA), Computer Science, Biology, and Technical Writing. Ck00Your Dirty chinmeys aren't child's play. Eery year they cause house fires that threaten lives and property all across America. Often, children are the victims. Safe- guard your home and family against dangerous chimney fires by calling us to rid your flues of crusty, flammable creo, sotc buildup. We'll also protect you fi'om toxic furnace gases that can back i&to your home by checking your gas and oil heating systems for flue deterio- ration and blockages. Call on us, your reputable chimney sS"rvice profconals, to clean and inspect your chimneys. It's like giving yourself a housewarming  of safety. Lill/s Top Hat Chimney Sweep 1304) 466-4600 Sandstone School Honor Roll Announced Sandstone School  Six Weeks Honor Roll FIRST GRADE UA Chad Burdette, Martha Holt, Jeremy Shaffer. Abraham Ennis, Kevin Gunter, Nathan Mize, Debra Vandall. SECOND GRADE None. -B  Cori Blevins, Tony Cales, R.E. Dick, Lacie Gunter, Porter Mead- ows, Alicia Miller, Steven Miller, Vickie Trail, James Vandall. THIRD GRADE Teresa Bowles. -B  Hobart Dick, Jennifer Dick, J.R. Livesay, Jonathan Miller, Michael Richmond, Stephanie Ward. FOURTH GRADE A TM Ange]a Gwinn. B - Anna Gwinn, Joni Harrah, Leslie Shaffer, Steven Ward, Eric Wick- line. FIFTH GRADE Bradley Burdette, Eric Gwinn, Catherine Holt, Ellen Scott, Jillian % Surbaugh. B  Christy Burdette, Jessie Carra- way, Chastity Miller, Charles Ward. SIXTH GRADE Amanda Rose, Kevin Ward. *qB  Josh Barr, Sonya Bragg, Ira England, Patrick Poticher, Amy Richmond, Chris Twohig. SEVENTH GRADE Tammy Bowles, Ellen Holt, Re- gina Martin. B  Alisha Livmay, Christina Miller, Christopher Miller, Clayton Milli- can, Joy Shaffer, Heath Ward. EIGHTH GRADE -A  Davonna Bowles, Melinda Gwinn. Steven Bennett, Tonya Campbell, Shannon Dick, Larry Kincaid, Gary Lemon, David Poticher, Marvin Ph[mley, Kelly Roberts. NINTH GRADE ,-A  Julie Johnson. "B" Dewayne Bowles, Kim Hartwell, Stacy Martin, John Mize, Jo Ellen Simms. () LEGAL NOTICE This form is for use by National Banks only. It should be used for publication purposes only. and should not be returned to the FDIC Comptroller of the Currency Admin=strator of Nahonal Banks r- i REPORT OF CONDITION I Consolidating domestic subsdanes of the The National Bank of Summers of ..... Hinto_n I ,n the state of West Virq.nia atthecloseobus,nessc,, Sept,_elRb2 3-(3-,-- '?,91 I Dubhshed m response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency ,ncler t,tle, 12 Un,h-d ':;t.{te5 C{d- SP t,{n 161 Charter Number 07998 ComptrolleroftheCurrency-- Southeastern D, str,Lt Statement of Resources and Labdities Cash ald tI}alance dr#,' tr{)H! (J{!;l(.tt()r ,II',lttLlti(IH', Noninterest-bearing balances and currency and coin Interest-bearing balances Securities Federal funds sold ............................................... Securities purchased under agreements to resell .................... - Loans and lease financing receivables: [ Loans and leases, net of unearned income f 29,956 LES,,,,S: Allowance for loan and lease losses 360 LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserve 0 Loans and leases, net ot unearned income= allowance, and reserve Assets held m trading accounts Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases)' Other real estate owned ........ Investments m unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated compames Customers' liability to ths bank on acceptances outstanding Intangible assets ........................ Other assets .......................... Total assets ............................................ Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) ......................................... Total assets and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) ............................... Thousands of dollars I 35r 200 .9,596 0 677 0 - 0 O 0 22 70.258 0 7o.258 posits I In domestic offices ............................. L 1 :] I Nonmterest-bearmg ........... 5  '529 Interest-bearing .................... 54 t 553 I Federal funds purchased ............................................................... _ | Securities sold under agreements to repurchase ........................................ I Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury ...................................... I Other borrowed money ............................................. ' ..... ....... L I Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capitalized }eases ...................... I Bank's liability on acceptances executed and outstandng ................................ I I ::;dii:tli:::tes and debentures "1 I Total liabilities ......................................................................... miled.life preferred stock and related surplus ......................................... i .......... 60,082 1 0 0 0 0 O O 0 983 61 .065 0 rrpetual preferred stock and related surplus ...................................................... E I Common stock ................................. .................................................. L 500 i I 00r00'us ......................................................... F-- 2,023 I Undivided profits and'capital reserves .............................................................. L " 670 I LESS: Net unrealized loss on marketable equity securities ............................... F Q I Total equity capital ................................................................................. 1 9,193 i I Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) .............................................. L O I Total equity capita(and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) .......................... ._ 9, ].93 I Total.liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, equity capital, and tosses  .... I deferred pursuant to 12 US.C. 1823(j) ............................. " ...... L._ 7Q,258 m We. "the undersigned dlreC'fors, attest to the correctness of this stetement of resources and liabilities, We declare that it has been examined by us, and to the best of our knowledge and belief has been predated in conformence with the irtuction anli%,true and correct, o l, Mary A. Holland Vice President & Cashier 'rllltl of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this Report IDi of Condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief rectors ,, October 24, ].99]. e .d