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4 - Hinton News Tues. Arril 2, I The Hinton News Published Tuesday ByThe HInton Publishing Corporation 210 Second Avenue Hlnton, W VB. 25951 r-= spk Gawal Fred Long Publisher - Editor Phone (304) 466-0005 USPS 246-180 By Carder Sublmriptions By Mall 25 Dally Stu0 yw 1=Tscw m U. & Pesi=l Iuldom Require PWmmtl. w Second Class Postage Paid At Hinton, WV 1991 Articles submitted to the Hinton News must reach the oMce 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 Hinton 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. DRAWING SLATED Shown above left, is Howard Cashwell, secretary of the Gra- ham House and Bill G;lee, right, last year's winner of the $1000.00 cash drawing, held annually by the Graham House Preservation Society, Inc., a non profit organization. This year's drawing will be held May 5th., at a dinner at the Graham House at Lowell. Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 tickets for $5.00 or 7 tickets for $10.00. The winner will receive $1,000.00. All money to be given away is raised through sale of the tickets and all profit goes toward the mortgage and maintenance of the Graham House property. Your donation for the purchase of tickets is tax deductible. Tickets may be purchased at Wolf Creek Gallery, Lewisburg, Children of Spain fill their shoes with grain or carrots to feed the horses of the Three Wise Men. Gifts are exchanged on January 6th in honor of the arrival of these Magi. Spa. Carson g. OqBryan Stationed In Saudi Arabia Spc. Carson E. O'Bryan 19, is now serving in Saudi Arabia with the II 201at. out of Fort Campbell, Ky. He is the son of Edward and Pa- tricia Oryan of Hix, W.Va. Grand- son of Emma Williams of Hinton and Robert O'Bryan of Hix. He attended Hinton High School, belongs to Hinton Unit of National Guard, member of the Chestnut Grove Baptist Church and employed at Summers County Continuous Care. Back Porch Crafts, Alderson; Karen's Hair Fashions, Riverside His present address i Spc. Car- Schenk - Insley Rest, Country Roads Store, Pence Springs; Dillon's Superette, son OBryan 235-17-7721, Opera- Taleott; Don'e Sport Shop, Bellepoint, and in Hinton at Garrfs tions Desert Storm - Battery =C', 1/ .':" To Wed Au Sales on the Hinton By Pass and at Sears on Temple St. 201st.FA196FABDEHQ7thComD. , downtown.Board ofdirectorsand officers ofthe GrahamHouse Artlery, APO New York, New York Preservation Society are not eligihle to win, however members are eligible. The Graham House is the oldest home in Summers County and one of the oldest buildings in the state. The organi- zation is for the purpose of the historic preservation of the Graham House property and to promote tourism in our area. They meet on the second Thurs. of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Graham House, please attend. Environmental Awareness 09685. Miini Grant Approved In Dec. the WV Education Fund approved a mini grant from Sarah Brown, 5th & 6th grade teacher at Forest Hill Elementary School. The purpose of the grant was to allow the students to "adopt a friend  at the Continuous Care Center and be able to enjoy monthly visit with them in which both the students and their friends engage in making crafts, playing games, talking and sharing. Since Dec. the studentshave made a variety of crafts with their friends including tree ornaments, pictures, stick puppets, and valentines. Last month the highlight was a Valentine's Day party. This month probable human carcenogens, put- ting them in a class with PCBS, DDT and Formaldehyde. Electromagnetic fields interfere with the communi- cations between cells, causing an environment within the body where cancer cells can flourish. The huge towers with broad right- of-ways will not only create eye sores across the landscape but also expose many of our citizens to unnecessary By Jeseica Reich Pink Polka Dot 4-H Club Revival- April 8, 1991 Sandstone Baptist Church 7:00 p.m. Guest Speaker Preneed Funeral Planning Certificate of Deposit thru you Local Bank or Forethought Life Ins. Co. Our competent staff has been professionally trained to assist you In funeral planning, as well as counsel and help you or those you love through ths funeral expsrlence. Our reputation Is built on serving families like yours end ws 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 MEADOWS FUNERAL PARoLORS - . . ',:,,,''I )gJo/)ba:, 130 Temple St., Hmmn .... tig.e 461'179" Patricia M. Gilbert Stationed In S00udi Arabia Patricia M. Gilbert, a registered nurse who is employed by Commu- nit), Hospital of Lancaster, is sta- tionedin Saudi Arabia with the Navy Reserve Fleet Hospital. , A commander, she serves as as- " sistant director of nursing for the 500-bed unit. She is one of 950 re- : servists who drill during peacetime : in the greater Philadelphia area. : Mrs. Gilbert, 39, resides in Wil- : low St., with her huslmnd, Vince, " and their three children: Jeffrey 13; Anna, 9; and Raymond 3. - A 1973 graduate of DTouville College in Buffalo, N.Y., she is a former active duty member of the Navy Nurse Corps. She has been in the reserves for the past 12 years. : Mrs. Gilbert is co-leader of the - " Penn Laurel Brownie Troop 155 and participatesin Lampeter-Strasburg PTO activities. She is a member of - St. Mary's Catholic Church. Those interested in writing should address mail to: : Cdr. Patricia M. Gilbert, USN, : FH-15 Nursing Admin., FPO San : Francisco, Calif. 96608-9602. MULTIPLE SCLEROUS SUPPORT GROUP : The Multiple Sclerous Support Group will meet on Apr. 15 at 6:00 P.M. at the Western Sizz]in Steak House on Valley Dr. Beckley, W.Va. " For more information call 255-' 0122 or 1-800-545-2245. In Memoriam Ansell D. Godbey Feb. 14, 1935 - April 2, 1990 Without you.., we would have missed out on a joy of life. A joy you always had with yOUr a joy you always shared with laughs and love for your family and friends. You are missed and you are loved everyday that you are gone. Reba, Elaine, Bonnie, Greta, Dwayne, Cecella Card of Thanks The pastor, officers and members of Camon Baptist Church wish to express their sincere appreciation to everyone. Our brothers and sisters in Christ, family, neighbors, residents of Hinton House and friends far and near, who supported us in our projects and programs towards the Pew Restoration. We are so pleased with the results and hope our Heavenly Father is also. Nothing could make us happier than to see them filled every Sunday with each of you. You are welcome to come worship with us anytime. Rev. N. J.Johnson, Pastor Barbara Johnson, Chairperson I wish to thank the Emergency Room Staff, X-ray Dept. staff, all second floor nurses, aides, Dr. Woodrum, Dr. Blume, and all my friends and loved ones who prayed for me while I was a patient in the Summers County Hospital. Also thanks to my children. God Bless All. Opal Wiseman That Blessings May Shine on You... BAPTIST Beech Run Baptial Churtk Superitendant, Alice Bowyor, Sunday Schon110, Morning wor- ship 11. Bellepetnt Baplat Church N. Bruoa Creswall. Jr., Pastor: Sunday Service: Joe McBride Sul:X., Sunday Schoot 9:45 am. Morning Worship, 11 am. Youth fellowship,5:45 pro. Evening Serv. ice, 7 pro. Wednesday Service, 7 0 pro. Prayer M coting and Bible Study. Big Creek Lynn Meddy, Pester: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Womhip 11 a.rn, each Sunday. Evening Servi,Sunday at 7p.m. Prayer meeting Wed. at 7 p.m. B Y F Sunday at 6 p.m. Pastor Darrell Hams: Edward Cyrus, Sunday School Supedn- tandanL, Sun.School 10 &m. Morning Won=hip 11 a.m. Eve- ning Service Sun. at 7 p.m. Praye Meeting Tues. at 7:30 p.m.Wed Service 7 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church Red Sulphur: Roy. Rick Hander son, Sunday School 10 A.M Randy Hndge, Supeflnlenden Morning Worehtp 11.'00 A.M Evening WorShip 7:30 P.M. Wed nesday Worship 7:30 P.M. Camon Rev. Nathanlel Johnson: Sunda School, E. G. C, rawford, Supt, 11 a.m. Morning Worhlp Every Sun day. Preaching 1st. and 3rd Sundays at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Centnd Pastor Robert L. Moore:9:45 a.m Church School. 11 Lm. Mernin Worship. 6.'30 p.m. B Y F. 7.'0( p.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m Wednesday Mid - Week Sen Cheetnut Grove BtChurch Pastor: Benny Allen, Superinton, dent: Lowell Bennett, Sunda school 10 a.m. Morning Wohll: 11 a.m. Evening Series 7:3(: Wed. Evening ,m/k 7:30 p.m. Cook's Chqd (Regular Baptllt Church) John S, At klmn, Pastor: 10 ILm. Sunda i School SUl. Kyle Kinzer. 11 a.m Morning Wohlp. 6 p.m., B Y F 7 p.m. Eveing Wors.hip Wed. 7 p.m Prayer Meeting. Festa,. Freewill "rwo rnlk noah o Aldarson o the/dta Road. Sunday Sdloo 1(] &m. Bapi=l Youth League 8 p.m. Evening lervkm= 7 p.m. FIn)t B=tl=t Church Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Bruoz Richmond,  Morning War- =hip 111Lm., Evening k:e 7g ).m. Mid Week SeMoa 7:00 p.m. Forest Hi. Iat Church Pester Jon E. Elerdo: San,'k 2nd. & 4th. Sunday 11.'00, Sun- day Night Sor'Ace= 7;00. Wed nee- day Night 7:30.1at. & 3rd.Sunday ,Send( At Methodist Church At 8:30 P.M. Service Meeting, Oroce Bqlet Church Dan Spencer, Ptoc Sunday School 10 Lm., Momln 9 Worship 11:00 Lm. Sunday Evening 6.'00 >.m. Wed. Eg 7:00 p.m. Odffith Edwin Ray Ftmtl. Jr., Pester: Surv day  10 am. S. S. Supt. i Melvin Ryan. Worlhip m4cesl At 11:00 AM 111., 31. and 5th Sunday= Evening k: at 7:0( P.M. 2nd, and 4th. Sunday=. Mk Week Prayer ,Nvlce And Youtt Mooilng Each Wednesday at 7:0( P.M. Come to Church Indian kllls Baptist Church Steve 1 Pastor: S.S. Sup. James Keatley. Sunday School 10 A.M. Classes for all ages. Worship. Servk, 11 A.M. and 7 P.M. Every Sunday. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7 P.M. Judon Freewill Baptist Church Pastor Pat Kounse: Sunday School 10.'O0 o' dock. Every Sunday. Services Sunday Night At 7.'00 o' cleck,,Pat Koonse, Sunday School Superintendent. KooUey Sixinge BalSt Church Sunday School 10 A.M., Harold Meek=, Superintendent. Lau Crook Baptist Church Fist and thkd Sunday at 11:00 am., Second and Forth Sunday! at 7.'00 pro.. Wednesday night Service 7:00 prn., Sunday School 10.'00 am. Pastor, Andy Howdock Uck Crook Baptist Church Sunday School at 10 am. Preach- ing Servtce,11 am. Every Sun- day. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 pm. Roy. Tom Mcgraw, Pastor. Utile Wolf Creek Independent Baptist Church, Off Rt. 12 on the Little Wolf Creek Road. Pastor, Donald L. Hannah: Sunday School Superintendent. Wayne Srowni, Sunday School I 0:00  Worship Sovice 11 .'00 am. Sun. Evening Service 7pro. Youth Meeting Wednesday 6.'30 m.Mid Week ServiceWed. 7pro. Meadow Cmek Pastor J. L. Jones: Sun.10 am. Sunday School ; 11 am.. Morning Worship; 7 pro. Evening Worship; 7 pro. Wed., Mid Week Bible Sludy and Prayer Meeting. Meadow Creek Rev. william Carter: Sunday School Suntondent Mrs. E. E. Johnson, Sunday School 10a.m. every Sunday. Prayer service Wednesday 6.'30. Worship lerv- Ice third Sunday at 11 a, rn` ML Calvary Fmewil BalXist Church, Sunday School 10:00 =Lm., Preaching 11:00a.m.. Pmang Sunday Night 7.'00 .m. Prayer Meeting Wedneday 7:00. Pastor E. R. Buck Tyree New Salem Baptt Church Fastor L E. Hatcher: Sunday 3ohOOt 10.'00. Chch 11 .'00 Fun- :dameal. Himitt IMlonery Ba Church Paster /L-hold Cooper: S. S. Superintendent Kiddy Oregg. Sunday schoo19:45., Morning Worship and Children Church 11 &m. Sunday Morning. Evening Sunday Worship 7:30. Prayer Meeting and Youth Moot- ing 7:30 Wednesday. Pine 'ove Pastor W. C. Sampson: Stday Scho Sty., BillHawks, Sunday School 10 am. Morning Worship 11 .'O0/LM. Wedneeday Ewming Service 7:30 p.m. Itmle Anna Memod t' Church Strooter, WV. Servtceevef 2nd., 4th. and 51h. Saturday evenings at 7:00 p.m. River Valley I. 12 Forest Hill Road, gill Jon- klan, Pester: 10 Lm. Sunday SChooL Oaky imme Super- intendem 11 Lm. Morning Wor- ship. 7:30 p.m. Evenk Service. ? p.m. Youlh Fetlow Thur. Rok Chp MZatdonery Baptist, Roy Lee Honaker, Jr.. Pastor: SUn. Sd'mo 10A.M.Wo- shlp,San 11 KM. each Sun- day. Prayer SeMce, Bible Serv- k, Youth Meeting Wed. 7 p,m: Rollinsburg D. L. Stalnaker, Pastor: 10 a.rn. Sunday School classes for aft ages. Richard Hotinran Supenn- tendent 11 a.m. Morning Wor- ship. 7 P.M. Night Service. Sandstone Baptist Church Pastor Eddie Johnson: Sunday School Supt. Bill Dean, Sunday School 10 A.M.. Morning Worship 11 A.M., Evening Sarvices 7.'00 P.M., Wed. Prayer Mlmting and = Youth Mooting 7 P.M. Second Talcot, First Sun. Service 11A.M., Sunday at 3.'00 P.M: Second Baptist Church 212 James St., Roy. Matthew Saundors, Services 2rid. & 4th. Sunday 11 &M., Prayer Service Wednesday 6:30, Sunday Schonl each Sunday 9:30, Mr. Jaznes Nickolas Supt. Mrs. Edith Goode, Assist. Tempo Church Robert Combs, Pastor: Sunday School, 10 a.m. MeNin Williams, Supt. Preaching Services at 11:00 a.m. every Sunday. Uland Bapst Church Pastor A. Anger, Jr.: S. S. - 10:00. Sunday Worship - 11.'O0, Supt., Rudy Allen Stevenson, Asistant Su. Rebecca RomanelloBe Study Sunday Evening 7.'00 . YouthMootin 7:00 Sunda . CATHOLIC St Patrick Csthollc Church Community Christian Pastor Doug Hatcher: Worship Servk: Sun. 11 a.m. and 7.'00 ).rn. Bible Study 10 &m. Wed. 7:00 p.m. Rr=t Christian Church Eddie Via, Minister: Sunday School 9:45 A.M., Morning Wor- ship 11:00/LM., Sunday Evening Bible Study, Sunday 6.'00 Youth Moorings 6.'00 CHURCH OF CHRIST Hinton 1621 Summers St. Minister, Phil- lip Strattis: Sunday Morning Bible Study 10 a.m. Sunday Morning Won=hip Service 10",45 a.m. Sun- day Evening Service 7.'00 P.M. Wednesday Evening sendce 7 P.M. IJy Church of Christ Sunday 10.'O0, Bible Study 10:45, Evening Sunday 7::00 p.m., Wed- nesday Bible Study 7:00 P.M. Shockley Hill Tug Creek Road, Sunday Wor- ship 11 A.M. Sunday Evanlng 6:30 P.M. Wedrreeday Service= 7:30 P.M. 11 &m. First and Thir Sundays, Holy Communion 11 am Sec- ond and Fourth Sunda METHODIST Besepolnt Charge Miller MemodatChurch School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 m. Evening Service 7.'30 P.M. U M Y F Wednesday 6 p.m. First Unlted Methodist Church Hinton, WVGald F. Do(son, Man- er: Sunday School 9:45 KM., Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Child cere available: Moment s wit h chtl- dry, Wednesday Prayer Viq)li 11.'00 KM.- 1.110 P.M. in the Sanctuery. Wednesday Youth Club, 4:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M., For TranSportation: 466-0544 James Chapel st True Roy.Carlton Wilson, Pastor: Serv- ices 9 a.rn. Sun. School 10 a.m. Johnson Minister, Hubert Groves: Sam Groves, Lay Leader. Study: 9:45. Worship 11 a.m. Lindside Red Sulphur. Marshall Fowler Pastor: Service every second Sunday 7 p.m. every fourth Sun- day 11 a.m. Mary Jane Memorial Pastor RenD H. Richmond: Sun- day School 10 &m. Morning Worship 11 a.rn. Evening Prayer Meeting ?.'3O P.M. Methodist Charge Rick Beam: First Sunday & 3rd. Sunday, Brooklyn 9:15. Mt. Zion 10:15 A.M., Sand Knob 11.'30 P.M., Nirnltz 2rid. and 4th. Sun- day. Bethal 9:30. Pluto Mattha Chapel 11 .0. Madams Creek. Mount Piagah Morning Worship 9:30 a.rn. Church School 10:30 a.m. U M Y F Tuesday 5:30 P.M. New Hope C. Franklin MicK Pastor: Sunday School 10 am, Worship 1st & 3d Sun. 11 a(n& 4th Sun.at 7:30 prn Ok Grove C. Franklin Mack, Pastor: Sunday School at 11 am, Worship 2rid & 4th Sun. 10am& 1st Sun.at 7pro Tslcott ChArge C. Franklin Mick. Pastor: Forest Haft, 1st & Std Sundays: Worship 10 am. Sun. School 11 am. Trinity C. Franklin Mtck, Pastor: Sunday School 10 am, Worship rvtces 2nd & 4th Sun. 11 am & 3rd Sun. at ?."3o pm PRESBYTERIAN Centerville Greenville, 10 a.rn. Sunday School. 7:45 p.m. , Community Worship Service Rrst Presbyterian Church Roy.Robert H. Gleser: Sunday School 9:45 & Worship 11:00 am Prayer Meeting Wed, 7:30 P.M. Fian'= Creek Greenville. lOa.m. Sunday school 7:45 p,m., lty Worship Servk:. Keller at Lowl Roy. Stewarl McMurray, Pastor. Worship Services held at 2:30 pm on 1=. and 3rd. Sundays. MeBlenny Paw. Stewan McMuffay, Pastor. Gaasy Moadow,10 am. Sun- day School. Worship Service hetd at 9 am on 2nd. and 4th. Sunda,s. OTHERS Hinton CJmrr.h 01 God 1301 Summers St. Pastor Cecil Walch: Sunday Sd'mol 10 am Morning Worship 11am Sunday Night 7 pm Wed. Night 7 I Hinton Gospel Tabernacle 102 Main Street, Lawrence Bon- n.'t, Pastor: Sunday School 10 a.m. Mornings Worshlp 11 00a.m. Youth meeting 6.'30 p.m. Evan- galistic Service 7.'30 P.M. Bible Study Wednesday 7.30 P.M. Jehovah's Witness Sunday lOam Public Talk. Sun- day 11 am Watchtower, Study Tuesday 7.'30 pro. Theoafatic School Thursday 8:30 pm Sarvice M. Jumping Branch TabemanM Rev. Elmo Alderman, Sr.. Pastor: David Moten Supt. Sunday School 9:45 Lm. Morning Wor- sh 10:45 &m. Youth Feowshlp 6:30 p.m. Ewllng Worship 7.'310 p.m. Prayer Service Wed. 7:30 P.M. Lulfron Good Shepherd Lutheran Churct Bookley, Sunday Worship 9:30 a.rn., Sunday SchOOl 11 a.m., 721, Dry Hill Road. 252-5820 or 252. 4793., Roy. Kenneth L. Fray Mount Olivet Church A community church, Medam Crook Road, 21/2 miles, William A. Thompson, pastor: 466-429g Sunday School lO:OOa-m, Morn. tng Worship 11:00 am., Evening Service 7.'30 p.m. EDT, Wednas. day ( 7 p.m. EST. winter) N=owene 1602 Temple St. PastorRev. Robert Wisernan: Sunday 10 =Lm. Morning Worship 11 Lm. i Evangelist Service Sunday Night 7 P.M. Thursday. Prayer and nle Study 7 P.M. Plller of Tru Church At Barger Springs, Pastor, Orviille Meados: Sunday School 10.'00 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M .: Wednasday Bible StudY 7:00 P.M. Fkst Chuch o! God Nora Keaton, pastor: Sunday School 10 am, Morning WorsNp 11 ant Evening Worship 7 pro, Wed. Evening Bible Study 7 pro. 215 Second Ave., Hinton. RlverVlew Ch=p Speakers Ham/Pilklngton: Sun- day, 9.'30 Lord's Table 11:00 Family Blle Hour. 4:00 Junlo Young People. 7:30. Evening Gospel Service. HINTON NEWS 466-0005 BRIERS Inc. FURNITURE HlnT0n 209 2rid Ave. 466-0691 BIG 4 DRUG STORE, Inc prcriptiott md drub needs founlab scxvice 466-2323 CompUmenta of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HINTON 466-2311 Member FD/O RONALD MEADOWS FUNERAL PARLORS 466-1179 130 Temple St. Hlnton towers 87- 187 feet tall. The lines would carry 765,000 volts of electric- ity. These lines generate huge electro- magnetic fields. Analysts at the Environmental Protection Agency, have recommended electromagnetic of this caliper to be classified as Church in White Sulphur Springs. The wedding will,take place Apr. Mich, to Vs. pnd N. C. using high 271, at .2he,.Ft vl Jines, that wod require Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Schenk of White Sulphur Springs wish to announce the engagement and forth- : coming marriage of their daughter, : Tonya Denise Schenk. The prospective bridegroom is Robert G. Insley, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Insley, Sr., of : Poquoson, Vs. Miss Schenk is the granddaugh- : ter of Evelyn Rogers and the late William Rogers of Covington, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Earle N. Schenk of Hinton. Tonya is a graduate of Marshall " University, holding a B.S. in Zoology and is currently employed at Ma- chen Elementary in Hampton, Va. Mr. Insley is a graduate of Missis- sippi State University holding a B.A. in Psychology and is currently em- ployed at Mid Atlantic Teen Chal- lenge in Newport News, Va. Wild and Wonderful West Vir- ginia is once again being used as a corridor to fullfill other state's need s. American Electric Power (AEP) is proposing to set up an extra high voltage line through southern W.Va. One of the proposed sites is across the Bluestone Dam. AEP is looking to export electricity from Ind. and health risks. None of the power will they made a friendship plaque and a be produced or used within W;Va(   rable he _ster agg>Both the W. va: ]kn6WiTdr  it's natu/al i stu.t,aden.: Con- beauty and healthy environment. Do tinuous Care Cdnter ,e ,baying a we want toendanger these resources great time and each are looking for- and be exploited at the same time? ward to the next visit. Pastor Philip Lilly of Standford Baptist Church. Everyone Welcome ' Pastor Eddie Johnson