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I Sulphur memakers News ie Blue Sulphur Extension makers Club met at the Big ~1 Restaurant January 10. Mary [r presided and led the group in f, lub Collect The devotions given by Betty Johnson. The was "love." the reports of the sec- and treasurer a report was :)Y Mrs Jhnsn n the cult|"I ' and planting of the flower-bed ! at the Alderson Mini Park. ~i1 the beds had been pro- With new soil in November by Lfld Elizabeth Bryant and and Bill Simmons and that lip bulbs had been planted by Elizabeth and Bill Bryant (center) and Frances Simmons Pearl McCurdy. forms and goals were dis- ~d to committee chairmen with recycling information. A on chocolate deserts was for January 31 at 10 at Lewisburg Methodist was given by the chair- health, Wanda Feamster, on have fewer ca|aries and less saturated fats. Ruth Huffman announced Mrs H. Rodgers McVey, a member of the club for many years, wished to re- sign. The members accepted her resignation with regret. The lesson on "The Care and Cultivation of the Poinsettia" was given by Mary Prunty. Mrs Prunty emphasized the fact that if instruc- Lions for proper care are followec carefully, the plant can be kept for several seasons, Its red bracts will show color by Thanksgiving and be in full bloom for Christmas. Hostesses for the meeting were Mary Holder and Helen England. Pie and coffee were served to all the members. bCtor Hooks national director of the Na- n for the Advance- )f Colored People, Dr Ben- will speak at West Vir- 'an College Monday, 12, in Wesley Chapel at 7 OttOWing the address, which is open to the public, Dr Will answer questions from Hooks, elected director of the )al Association for the NAACP ~Uary of 1977, is the chief ad- rative officer of the oldest civil rganization in the world. He for his highly effective oratory. 'ear spans a number of first gained national :ion upon his nomination in serve on the Federal Cam- Commission, becoming black to assume that posi- lawyer in Memphis, he was public defender and distinction as the first JUdge to serve in the Shelby (Memphis) Criminal Court. minister, he is on !ram the Middle Baptist In Memphis and The Greater Moriah Baptist Church roit. As a businessman, he "founder and vice president Federal Savings and n in Memphis for 15 progressive leadership, a more aggressive on U. S. policies toward Afri- His relentless effort to a COmmon platform among eaders resulted in the leader- 'Ummit conference in Chicago ~any similar meetings in subse- Years. g his many battles on Cap|- Hooks led the prayer vigil 'lngton, D.C., in 1979 anti-busing amendment Was eventually defeated in led in the fight for pas- 3f the D.C. Home Rule Bill; 'as instrumental in gathering senate and house votes phrey-Hawkins full em- ugh SUch programs as the "Y Relief Program to assist natural disasters and the aSsis,ance program in Miami, riots in that city, he also the NAACP tradition of technical and financial as- to the black community in Hooks scored another first the first national politi- ever to address both ha- Political conventions in the Dr Hooks was born in ~ls, Where he attended He received his from Howard Uni- ~, D.C., and his from DePaul University of Law, Chicago, in 1948. World War II veteran and ~n the 92nd Infantry !gn in Italy. )ks is a former member of )f directors of the South- an Leadership Confer- emphis and the Shelby Uman Relations Commit- Serves on the board of di- al the Public Broadcasting the National Alliance of the League of Woman Legal Aid Society, the ce of Christians Hampton Institute and He sffs on the Relations andthe for Responsive )PY and is chairman of the Conference on Civil IIII Humana would like you to meet someone special, Steven A. Issenberg, M.D., Ear/Nose/Throat specialist. We are pleased to welcome Steven A. Issenberg, M.D., to the medical staff of Hu- mana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley. Dr. Issenberg, his wife Marilyn, and their two children, Felicia and Rachel, recently moved to the Greenbrier Valley from Rhode Island where he was in practice for fifteen years. We hope you will join us in welcoming Dr. Issenberg to our area. He looks forward to meeting and getting to know each of you. If you are in need of his services, please call for an appointment at 647-3102. Humana Hospital Dr. Issenberg is now estab- lishing a solo, private prac- tice of Ear/Nose/Throat at Greyrock Professional Park, Davis Stuart Road in Fairlea. P.O. Box 497 Ronceverte, WV 24970 304-647-4411 Humono-bringlng the human being in need into the hands of o physician Now $11,695 $10,495 Now $11,995 Trucks 1987 Nissan Pathfinder 2 Dr., 4 WD One owner- nice unit- won't last so hurry ....... Just $10,995 1988 Ford Bronco H 4 WD Has all the options- one owner ..................... Just $10,995 1989 Nissan Pickup Hardbody 2 WD air, 5 Sl:~l., cassette- nice one owner .................. Just $7995 1979 Jeep Wagoneer 4 WD Good all-around vehicle ....................................... Just$3400 1977 Blazer K-5 4 WD Good Cheap Utility Vehicle .................................. Just $1995 1970 Jeep Cammando 2 Dr. 4 WD Good inexpensive transportation .......................... 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