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4 - Hinton News Tues. March 12, 1991 I The Hinton News Published Tuesday By The Hlnton Publishing Corporation 210 Second Avenue Hlnton, W Vs. 25951 6ma- Fred Long Publisher - Editor Phone (304) 466-0005 USPS 246-180 By Carder Subriptione By Mail 25 Dally St Im TStWtU O. &amp; Peel R09om drs Psymest In Adkln Second Class Pto Paid At Hlnton, Articles submitted to the Hinton News must reach the office by Fri. day noon in order to be considered for publication in the following Tues- day paper. Please include your name and a phone number where you can be reached during business hours. The HJnton News reserves the right to edit any material and regrets that articles cannot be returned. Items for the Community Bulletin Board must reach the ofico by Mon- day noon in order to be considered for publication in that week's paper. 'Round Hinton Mrs. Jim NIann Bragg- Mann By: Shirley Garten Jolliffe Mar. 2nd., Clara Fosse, of Hints n House became 87 years old, David Lee Fox, of Marie turned 21. Christie Cales of Sandstone also had a birth- day. Harry Lively of Lowell, Vir- ginia Cantley of Barger Springs, Angelene Ballengee of Hinton, Naomi GillofHinton, Patricia Mead- ows, 34, of Nimitz and Marcia Reed of Hinton all had birthdays. Mar. 4th., Ricky Lee Miller of Princeton, was 6. His proud grand- mother, Mrs. Margaret Young, is of Hinton. Kelly Kemp of Hinton, Wilma Yvonne Cox, 20, of Hinton, Caroline Nellie Upton. Teresa Ann Bragg and James William (Jim) Mann of Hinton were married Dec. 29 at 7:00 p.m. at the Chestnut Grove Baptist Church at Hix. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grimmett of Hinton. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Bertha Richmond of Hinton and the late George E. Richmond, and the late Mabel West. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Mann of Talcott and is the grandson of Mrs. Florehce Mann of Talcott and the late Ever- ette Mann and the late Jim and The double-ring candlelight cere- mony was performed by the Rev. Thomas Lynn Maddy. Wedding music was provi*ded by Cindy Calee, pianist, and Darlene Parker, soloist. Escorted to the altar by her fa- ther, the bride wore a formal gown of ivory satin and alencon lace. It featured a fitted satin bodice with a Victorian neckline of illusion embellished with seed pearls and opalescent sequins. The full-satin skirt was enhanced at the waist with a satin bow and extended to a cathedral-length train with an ambroidered Alencon lace border. The leg-of-mutton sleeves of illu- sion and satin were accented with sequins and pearls and tapered to bridal points at the fingertips. She wore a veil of ivory illusion attached to a hairpiece of delicate flowers and seed pearls which cas- caded down the left side of her face. She carried a cascading bouquet ofredroses, white carnations, Christ- mas greenery, holly and red satin ribbon. It featured a lift-out going away corsage. Matron of honor was Donna Lee, sisterofthe bride of Nashville, Tenn. She wore a tea-lengtl gown of Christ- mas red velvet and moire taffeta with a sweetheart neckline and dropped waistline. The gown was made by Elizabeth Miller of Nash- ville. Bridesmaids were Rhonda Hale, If you have D/ABEI FREE! GLUCOMETEFr 3 Diabet Care System ...the#l-selling blood glucose meter. sister of the groom, of Freder- icksburg, Va. and Terri Meador, friend of the bride, of Hinton. They wore gowns styled identical to the honor attendent of emerald green and moire taffeta. Mrs. Florence Mann, Grandmother of the groom, made the gowns. Each carried a white fur muff adorned with Christmas greenery, holly and cascading ribbons. Attired in a red velvet and white lace dress, pretty Miss Megan Lane of ttinton served as flower girl. The groom was in a full-dress black tuxedo with tails. He wore a Sue Adkins, 29, of Big Creek, Billy Joe Smith, Sr., 61, of Hinton, all had birthday + M.Sth:;Brian CrooksofNimitz as 4 years old. James Ward of Elk Knob was 17. James C. Hammond and Corson. dra Richmond, formerly of Hinton, now of Woodbridge, Vs., recently married. Mar. 7th., Icie Muncu, of Hinton, became 80. Ronny Smith, of Tug Creek Road, Amanada Jo Ward became 1, John David Graham, became 14. He lives in Woodrumtown. Edison Williams, 81, of Hinton, Darrell Wayne Meadows, Jr., 11, of Pipestem, Randy Dale Cox, 32, of Hinton, Janet Anderson, 34, Candice Rae Bennett, 8, of Chest- nut Mountain Road and Jeff Con- ner, all had birthdays. Mar. 11th., Steve Honaker, will have a birthday. Joey Gill is out of the hospital now and thanks everyone for everything. If you have any announcements, call 466-5787 before 8:00 P.M. This is your column. BECOME A HOST FAMILY,.. It's small, easy to use, accurate, and the brand most recommended by armacists. Plus it's free after mail-in rebate. to an Australian, Scandinavian, European, South American or Japanese High School Exchange Student. MARC FROM GERMANY '7 have been studying about the United States and I am red rose boutonniere. Jack Hartwell, friend of the groom, of Zion Mountain, was best man. Groomsmen were Gary Hal, brother-in-law of the groom, Fredericksburg, and Larry Huffman, friend of the groom, of Hinton. Each wore black tuxedos with cummerbunds and ties matching the attendant's gowns. Ringbearer was Braxton t]uffman, of Hinton. He was hand- somely dressed ir back velvet pants, a ruffled white shirt and a red velvet vest. The wedding was under the direc- tion of Mrs. Linda Lane, cousin of the bride. A reception followed in the fellow- ship hall of the church. The beautiful three-tiered wed- d!ng cake featured a fountain and two side cakes. It was created and served by Carolyn Jones of Hinton. Linda Lane and Polly Mann, aunt of the groom, served as reception aides. The bride is a graduate of Hinton High School and Summers County School of Practical Nursing. She is employed by Summers County Hos- pital as a pharmacy nurse. The groom is a graduate of Tal- cott High School and attended Beck- ley and Concord Colleges. He is employed by C & P Telephone Co. as a cable splicer. After a honeymoon in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the couple is residingin their home at Elk Knob. llll REGULAR PRICE $00.00 SPECIAL PRICE $45.00 MAIL-IN REBATE 45-.00 FINAL COST 0000.00 looking forward to a wonder- ful new learning experience I enjoy volleyball, soccer and world history'" AISE brings people together from around the world. Open your heart and your home to a foreign student who wants to spend a year studying and sharing in America. .CALL TOLL FREE... 1 800-SIBLING American Intercultural Student Exchange ,+m,, MILES Ibdxlm Good: February 1, 1991 -Ma 31, 1991 1991 W Va. Honor Roll Named Local Student Selected Woodlands Mountain Institute announced the selection of the 100- member 1991 W.Va. Honor Roll today. Woodlands named students from 48 counites, representing 73 high schools as recipients of the award. Many previous W. Vs. Honor Roll selectees consider this the turn- ing point in their lives. Seven hundred high school jun- iors applied for the award. "The award recognizes past achievement and serves as a spring board to fu- ture educational opportunities. We' selected only 14% of the applicants for the W. Vs. Honor Roll. The most, selective Ivy League schools accept a" higher percentage of applicants than we did this year,  said Michael Curry, director of the Mountain Leadership Division of Woodlands. Woodlands Mountain Institute selected Emma E. Chanlett-Avery of Hinton High School to the W. Vs. Honor Roll. Emma is tle daughter of Christopher Chanlett and Torula Chanlett-Avery of Hint;on. Each applicant submitted high school transcripts, a report on their community and school activities, three essays, and standardized test scores. The top one hundred high school junior applicants receive the W. Va. Honor Roll award annually. Being named to the W. Vs. Honor Roll "ia an honor that you can took back on and see that somone consid- ered you one of the top 100 students in the state,  said Robert Hogan, a 1984 W. Vs. Honor Roll member. "This award represents a greater achievement than other, more well know, awards in the state because of the rigor of the selection process," continued the second year law stu- dent at William and Mary College. Seven hundred of the 810 stu- dents nominated completed the application process. "Both these numbers show a significant expan- sion over the participation rates of previous years," said Maggie Hooton, coordinator of the W. Va. Honor Roll. Curry attributes the growth to the high number of 1990 W. Va. Honor Roll members who actively encouraged their peers to apply and to'the leihtened visibiiity of the increased +nambe  of applicants, in itself, demonstrates the strength of the program. In evaluating the ap- plications, it became clear that these students are likely to be among the next generation of leaders of this state," he said. Each W. Va. Honor Roll student participates in a weekend sympo- sium to learn important informa- tion on the college selection process. This year's symposia will be held at Concord College ( Mar. 1-3), West Virginia Wesleyan College ( Mar. 8- 10), the University of Charleston ( Mar. 22 - 24), and Bethany College ( Apr. 5-7). W. Va. Honor Roll students can choose to participate in the Wood- lands' Cooperating College program. The 42 Cooperating Colleges pro- vide W. Va. Honor Roll students with a competitive edge in the admis- sions process and guarantee them a full needsd.based financial aid pack- age if they qualify for admission. These colleges offer the best educa- tion in the stats and nation. 'For members of the W. Vs. Honor Roll the cost of college education becomes irrelevant. A W. Va. Honor Roll student can now attend the college that best fits his or her needs and aspirations, without an eye to the cost," notes Curry. Woodlands Mountain Institute is a nonprofit education and scientific organization dedicated to advanc- ing mountain cultures and preserv- ing mountain environments. The W. Va. Honor Roll, founded in 1982, serves students from all regions of W.Va. BINGO NEWS Summers Co. Tel. Fire Dept. Bingo every Sat. night 6:30 to 10:00. Phyllis Pu]]en won the Pig # in 48 numbers total of 15.50. Michael Lee Wills Servicemen In The News Michael Lee Wills, 19 years old, formerly of Hinton, completed train- ing at the Armed Forces School of Music, Naval Amphipiovs Base, Little Creek,Norfolk, Va.. This was a 6 month course. Lance Corporal Wills of the USMC will be stationed in Hawaii. Wills is a 1989 graduate of Hinton High School, where he was a band member for 6 years. His parents are Rev. Melvin and Mrs. Wills, formerly of Hinton now residents of Winston Salem, N. C. Bamboo is not a tree. It's a grass. Preneed Funeral Planning Certificate of Deposit thru you Local Bank or Forethought Life Ins. Co. Our competent staff has been professionally trained to assist ou In funeral planning, as well as counsel and help you or those you love through the funeral experience. Our reputation is built on serving families like yours and we pledge that we will merit the confidence you have placed in us. Feel free to contact us for answers to any questions you might have.., now or in the future. RONALD + FUNERAL 130 Temple St., Hinton Phone 466-1179 That Blessings May Shine on You... i,mln BAPTIST Beech Run Saptat Church Superintendent, Alice Bowyer, Sunday School 10, Morning wor- ship 11. i Bellepolnt Baplt Ch,h i N. Bruce Crasweil, Jr., Pastor: j Sunday Serke: Joe McBriQ Supt, Sunday SUhoo 9:45 am, Morning Worship, 11 am. Youth fetlewship.5:45pm. Evening Serv- ice. 7 pro. Wednesday Service, 7:00 pro. Prayer Meating and Sible Study. Big Creek Lynn Maddy, pastor: Sunday School 10 &m. Morning Womhip 11 a.m. each Sunday. Evening Services, Sunday at 7p.m. Prayer meating Wed. at 7 p.m. S Y F Sunday at 6 p.m. Brooke 8aptlm Church Pastor Oarrl Harem: Edward Cyrus. Sunday School Superin. tendar., Sun.School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Eve- ning Service Sun. at 7p.rn. Prayer Meeting Tues. at 7.'30 p.m.Wed. Service 7 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church Red Sulphur: Rev. Rick Hendar Son, Sunday School 10 A.M. Randy Hodge, Superimendent Morning Womhip 1t.X} A.M. Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. Wed- nesday Worship 7.'30 P.M. Clmorl Ray. Nathaniet Johnson: Sunda School, E. G. C, ravord, Supt, 1 .m. Morning Wors, hip Every Sun day. Preaching 1St. and 3rd Sundayl at 11 a.m. and 6 p,m. Central Pastor Roberl L Moore: 9:45 a. m Church Scho. 11 a.m. Mornin Worship. 6.'30 p.m. B Y F, 7.'0( p.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m Wednasday Mid - Week Service Cheatnut Grove + BaptbtChurch Pator: Benny Nlen. Superinten dent: Lows geneff. Sunda SChoOl, 10 a.m. Morning Worah 11 a.rn. Evening Service 7:3C Wed, Evening Sewke 7:30 p.m. Cook's Ch=lpe (Regular Baptt Church) John S Atkinson, Pastor: 10 a.rn. Sunda Schoot S. Ky/e Kinze. t I a.m, Morning Womhtp. 6 p.rn., BYF7 . p.m. Evening Worlhip Wed. 7 p.m Prayer Meeting. Feamstes. Freewill Two mflas noah of Aidamon or the An=, Road. Sunday School IC &m. 8ais Youth League 6 p.m. Evening Ntcm 7 p.m. Rat Bat Church Sunday Sche 9;45 ern. Brace Rkmond Supt. Morning Wor. h) 11 .m.. Evang Sdce 7:0( ).m. Mid Week mdce 7.O0 p.m. Fereet I. Bapt Chch Pastor Jon E. Elardo: Sand 2nd. & 4th, Sunday 11:00, Sun- day Night SatVcas 7:00, Wednas- day Night 7:30. l=t.& 3d.Sunday Se At Mathodist Church At g:30 P.M. Setvic Meeting. Gra=e Bap/4et Church Dan Spene, Ptor. Sunday School 10 a.m, Momk Worthip 11:00 Lm. Sunday Evening 6.1)o p.m. Wed. Evening 7:00 p.m. Odmlh EoW Ray Hat, Jr., Pm': Sun- day School 10 Lm. S. S. S. i Melvin Ryan. Womhip Se At 11,'00 AM lSL, SI. and 5th.! Sundalm Ev=m0 eervkm m ?..OC P.M. 2nd. and 4th. Sunday=. Mid Week Pmy Sevk= And Youth Meeting Each Wednetday at 7:00 P:M. j Come to Church Indian lille Baptist Church Steve Howdock. Pastor: S.S. Sup. James Keatley. Sunday School 10 A.M. Classes for all ;ages. Worship. Service, 11 A.M, =and 7 P.M. Every Sunday. Prayer Meeting Wed, 7 P.M, Jud=on Freewill Baptist Church tPastor Pat Kounse: Sunday School 10.'00 o' dock. Every Sunday. Serveas Sunday Night At 7:00 o' clock.,Pa= Konse Sunday School Superintendent. Keatley Swings Ballt Church Sunday School 10 A.M., Harold Meaks, Superintendent. Laur=t Creek Botst Church First and third Sunday at 11:00 am., Second and Forth Sunday at 70 pro., Wednesday night Service 7.'00 pm., Sunday School 10.'00 am- Pastor, Andy Howdoch Uck Creek Bptlst Church Sunday School at 10 am. Preach- ing Servicas,11 am. Every Sun- day, Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 pro. Rev. Tom McGraw, Pastor. Little Wolf Creek independent Baptist Church, Off Rt. 12 on the Utile Welt Creek Road, Pastor, Donald L. Hannah: Sunday Schoot Superintendent, Wayne Srowning, Sunday School 10:00 am. WOrS hip Service 11:00 am. Sun. Evening Service 7 pro. Youth Meeting WedneSday 6:30 mxMid Week Seice Wed. 7prn. Meadow Cnmk Pastor J. L. Jonas: Sun.IO am. Sudsy School ; 11 am., Morning Worship; 7 pro. Evening Worship; 7prn, Wed., Mid WeakBbie Study and Prayer Meeting. Meodew Creek Re#. William Caer: Sunday School Superintendent Mrs. E. E. Johnson, Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Prayer service Wednesday 6:30. Worship stay- ice third Sunday at 11 a,m. CJvmy Fmewla Balist Church. Sunday School 10:00Lm.,Pmachtng 11 :OOa.m., Preaching Sunday Night 7,'00 .m,, Praye Meeting Wedn=day 7:00., Paqor E. R. Buck TyPes New Salem Baptiot Church Pastor L E. Hcher: sunday School 10:00. Chuch 11:00 Fun- uantaL Nimitz Miasiona W Ealx Church Pastor Arnold CooOor: S. S. Superintandam i Kidy Bragg, sunday Schootg:45., [Mom Worship and Chdran Church 11 Lm. Sunday Morning. Evening Sunday Womhtp 7 O. Prayer M and Youth Meet- ing 7:3OWedmmday. Grove Pastor W. C. ,: Sunday SctmolSu., Haw. Sunday School 10 &m. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Wednesday Evening Service 7:30 p.wt Rhonda Anna Mmodl Church Streater, WV. Serviceevory 2nd., 4lb. and h. Saturday evanin at 7:00 p.m. River Vadley , Rt. 12 Forest HI, Road. Bill Jim- Pester: 10 Lm. Swlday Sctot oaay c#wmtt. Sups- lrl 11 iLrfl. Morllin 0 Wor- ship. 7:30p.m. Evening Secvk:aL 7 p.m. Youth FellowIh Thur. Ro,.  ,,m.ry m. Roy Lee .. J.. ! Pastor: Sun.,e 10A.M.WOr- Milp Servk I1A.M. oach Sun- day. Pmy Swvlce,  Serv- k. V,,qh Meeting Wed. '/p.m. RoWnburg D. L. Stalnah, Pastor: 10 &m. Sunday SUho daea for al ages. Richard Hofloran Supedn- tenderd 11 a.m. Momlng Wor- ship. 7 P,M. Night Set'vice. Sand*tone Baptist wch Pastor Eddie Johnson: Sunday School SuPt. Bill Dean, Sunday School 10 A.M, Morning Worship 11 AM.. Evening "Services 7.'00 P.M., Wed. Prayer Meeting and Youth Meeting 7 P.M. Seoond Talcett, First Sun. Service 11 A.M., Sunday at 3.'00 P.M. Seoond Bap6=t Church 212 James St., Rev. Matthew Saunders, Sefvklas 2nd. & 4th. Sunday 11 KM.. Praye Service Wednesday 6:30, Sunday School each Sunday 9:30, Mr. Jarmm Nickola= Supt. Mrs. Edith Goode. As=ist. Tempi Church Robefl Cornb, Pastor: Sunday School, 10 elm. Melvin Will,urn, Supt. Preaching Servioes at 11:00 a,m. every Sunday. Up,and Baptist Church Pastor A. AngeH, Jr.: S. S. - 1000, Sunday Won=hip - 11:00, Supt., Rudy Allen Stevenson, Asistant Supt. Rebecca Rom=me.cde Study Sunday Evening 7.'00 . Youth Meet 7.00 Sunda . CATHOLIC Calhoc Church, Pastor Doug Hatcher: Worship Sen Sun. 11 Lm.  7.'00 .m. Bible Study tO &m. Wed, 7:00 p.m, Rr=t Chdelian Churl ' Eddie Via, MiniSter: Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Morning Wor- ship 11:00 A.M., Sunday Evening Bble Study, Sunday 6.'00 Youth Meatin s 6.'00 CHURCH OF CHRIST Hinton 1621 Sumrn=rs . Mlnbter, Phil- lip StratUs: Sunday Morning Bible Study 10 a.m. Sunday Mornin : Worship Servloe 10".45 Lm. Sun- J day Evening 8eevlco 700 P.M. WKInasday Evening Service 7 P.M. , L=y Chunl of Chriat i Sunday 10;00, B Study t0:45, Evening Sunday 7;00 p.m.. Wed- nasday Bible Study 7.00 P.M. wmeuw Hm Tug Creek Road, Sunday Wor- ship 11 KM.Sunday Evenlng8:30 P.M. Wdneastay Sm'4kl 7:30 P.M. 11 Lm. Rrat and Third Sunday=, Holy Communl 11 &m.. Sec- ond and Fourth Sun<lap. METHODIST BqNat Charge Mi Memod=dChurch SUhoo 10 Jms Chapel at TJo Rev.Cariton Wilson, Pastor:Serv- k;i 9 &m. Sun. School 10 a.m. ; Johnson Minister, Hubert Groves: Sam C#oves, Lay Leader, Study: 9:45, Worship 11 am. Undoida Red Sulphur. Marshall Fowle Pastor: Service every second Sunday 7 p.m. every fourth Sun- day 11 a.m. Jeno Memorial Pastor Reno H. Richmond: Sun- day School 10 a.m. Morning Worlhip 11 Lm. Evening Prayer Mealing ?.0 P.M. Memodlet Chugs Rk Beam: Fiat Sunday & 3rd, Sunday, Brooklyn 9:15. Mt. Zion 10:15 A,M., Sand Knob 1:30 P.M., Nimtlz 2nd. and 4th. Sun- day. d 9:30. Pluto Marlha Cha 11 .0. Madams Creek Mount Piegah Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. Church School 10:30 a,m. U M Y F Tuesday 5:30 P.M. New Hope C. Franklin Mick. Pastor: Sunday School loam, Worship 1st & 3tO Sun. 11 am & 4th Sun. at 7:30 pm Ok Grove C. Franklin Mick, Pastor: Sunday SOhOO It 1 t am. Worship 2nd & 4th Sun., 10 am & 1st Sun. at 7pm Telcott Charge C. Franklin MIck, Pastor: Forest Hil, 1St & 3td Sundays: Worship lOam, Sun. School 11 am. Trinity C. Franklin Micl Pastor: Sunday School 10 am, Womhip enaco* 2rid & 4th Sun. 11 am& 3rd Sun. m 7.-3o Pm PRESBYTERIAN terville fro4mvihe, 10 a.m. Sunday School 7:45 p.m. , Community Worship Service Rat Presbyterian Church Rev.Ro H. Gieser: Sunday Schoot g:45 & Wohip 11 .'00 am Prays Meeting Wed. 730 P.M. Nan's Chile Gteonvtlie, lOiLm. Sunday SChoot 7:45 p.m., Community Worship Sevico. Keller al Lowell Rev. Stewart McMurray, Pastor. Worship Servibas held at 2:30 pm on l=t. and 3KI. Sunday=. McBlenny Rev. Stewart McMurray, Pastor. Grassy Meedows, lO a.m. Sun- day :hoQI. Womhip Sefvico held at 9amort 2nd. and 4th. Sundap. OTHERS I, Intr Church of God 1301 SmeTmrl St. Pastor C.,oil Wh: Sunday hoot 10 Morning Womhip 11am Sunday Ntg 7 pm Wed. Night 7 pm Himon Gospel Tabernlo 102 Main Street. Lawrence Sire- ram, Paste#: Sunday 8ohool 10 a.m. Mornkl Womhip 11:00 m. Youth rn=ing 6:30 p.m. Evan-  7:30 P.M. Bible Sludy Wednesday 710 P.M. &m. Morning Womhlp 11 a.m. Jelvlh'oWtlnmm EvaningServio7:3OP.M.UMY Sunday 10 am Public Talk, sun- F Wedrmday S I day I 1 am Watchtower, Study Firot United Mlhodlet Ctmrch Tumday 7:30  Theeerl Htmon, WVGomld F. Oo1=o MIn. MeI?'JKlmY 0:301 n svice il: Sunday SCh t):45 A.M., i Mom Worap l t00AM. CMfd JmRp@ efnd TMmM careiwdablo:MocnatltlwIthcNk R4w. BnAklkNmatl, Sr., Poster: dan, Wodnelay   David Moto11, Supt. Sunday 11:00 /LM.- 1:;00 P.M. In the Ik=h=d 0:46 a.m. Morning Wor- Sancta. Wldneldly Youth Ildp10;45&m.YouthFellowhip Club, 4:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.. For O: pJn. Eveng Worthlp 7:30 Tranortadon: 44O544 p.m. Pmyr Sevioe Wed. 7:30 P.M. Lutheran Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Beckley. Sunday Worship 9:3C a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m, 72E Dry Hill Road. 252-5820 or 252, 4793. Rev. Kenneth L. Fray Mount Ogivet Church A community church. Madam Creek Road. 2 1/2 miles, Will,or A. Thompson, Pastor: 466-429. Sunday School 10:00a.m. Morn. ing Worship 11:0 a.m., Evening Service 7:30 p.m. EDT, Wednes. day ( 7 p.m. EST. winter) Nazarene 1602 Temple St. PastorRev. Robert Wiseman: Sunday SChoo 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 &m, Evangelist Service Sunday Night 7 P.M. Thursday. P Payer and Bbis Study 7 P.M, Pillar of Tru Church At Barger S'ings, Pastor, Otille Meadows: Sunday School 10.'00 A.M., Morning Worship 11.'0(] A.M., WednesdaY Bible Study7:0C P.M+ Rrt Chuch of God Nora Keaton, Pastor: SundaY School 10 am, Morning Worship 11 am, Evening Worship 7 pro, Wed. Evening Bible Study 7 pro. 215 Second Ave., Hinton. Riverview I Chapel . Speakers Harry Pilldngton: Sun- day, 9:30 Lord's Table 11.'00 Famiiy Bible How. 4.00 Junior Young People. 7:30. Evening Go=pel Service. i HINTON NEWS 466-0005 BRIERS Inc:' FURNITURE HlrlT0n 209 2nd Rye. 466-0691 i BIG 4 DRUG STORE, Inc prescrotion ad dr nee fountain service 466.23 ' Compliments of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HINTON 466-2311 Member rDIC i RONALD MEADOWS FUNERAL PARLORS 466-1179 130 Temple St. Hinton