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Photo of the school which was located in the lower part of the creek near True, W. Va.
A truck carrying uniformed soldiers is pictured at the intersection of Ballengee Street and 2nd Avenue. Subjects unidentified.
A plane lifts off from the runway below.
Aerial view of the city which sits on the river.
Pictured from left to right is Donald Meador, his father Cecil Meador holding up a bottle, Oris Cook, and Pee Wee Woolridge.
Roy Shrewsbury is pictured by the railroad tracks. An old storeroom is pictured in the background.
Bernard Richmond pictured in his work gear.
Pictured, from left to right, is John McLaughlin (machine helper), Arnold Lilly (machinist), Bernard Richmond (machinist), Joe Allen (machine helper), B. J. Edwards (pipe fitter), Bill Linkerhoker (machinist) and Bill Williams (machine helper).
Pictured is Bob Gully, A. J. Poff, W. B. Tyree, Joe Allen, and Billy Joe Edwards.
John Earl Lilly pictured in his work gear.
Harold E. Price pictured at lathe in foreground near K. V. Angell, who is pictured in the background to Price's right.
To the left of "Buzz", formerly known as Jack, is George Hulme. In rear is Tommy Joe Hellems. The group is there for a Hinton High School graduation trip in the spring of 1948."Buzz" Hellems went on to Concord College after high school and later joined the United States Navy, serving on the USS Orion. Eventually returning to his home in Hinton, "Buzz" owned and operated Hellems Cash Store for more than 58 years. He served on the West Virginia State Senate from 1975-1976 and was a former chairman of the Summers County Democrat Executive Committee as well as the former Director of the Nationanl Bank of Summers. He was married to Glenda Hamm Hellems for 51 years until his death on January 9, 2009 at the age of 78.