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4A- Hinton s Wed. Apr. 7, 1982 HIIff0N NEWS- Jumping Branch Subscribe Area News This Week all  eia impb that, in their thoughts by ] 2i-0 Secml ,vo: HinlN, WI: Va[95-1 t tolqdlmm calls, canlsml flmm or any other way ] F 1 ,ichaniMami, EiiW [ [... Dr. E. L. J.eaez and F.ily &apos; 1 t Rmiuim Paymeat In Advance.. 0000a.40 rKiY-r u.s.pmu-a00muui ..... i Charles L. McGrady ! Charles L. McGrady was hon- ored with a birthday party at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ora Morgan of Daniela, March Soc Cla.(s Postage Paid At minm, V w, vs.. g' A sunrise service will be con- ducted at the Jumping Branch, Gospel Tabernacle Easter Sun- day morning at 6 A.M There v v v v v v v v v v ,v v w* -v v .qv r vr "V V V  V .V ,qy  iy siacore thanks fur all the thonptfnl acts of kimieass to m and my fomiiy during the loss of my son, David Earl Lewis. Special thanks to E. N. Meadows Funeral Home, Rev. Lance Yost, Rev. Robert Keaton, and Rev. Roeal Williams. God Dioss alL of yon. Mabel Lewis WE UNDERSTAND Our reputation for the utmost in competence helps in your time of .orrow. Call for frank discussion d the fact,. Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors '130 Temple,Hinlon Phone -1179 22 in observance of his 100th will be a guest speaker and [IC00S ' HINTON I birthday anniversary"Uncle special music presented by the " t CHURCH SER I Ladies Auxiliary Meets Charley" as he is affectionat- area church choirs. Rev. Elmo ely known and called lives in a Alderman, pastor. Everyone is little house near his daughter, welcome, , Baptist . Nimitz Methodlsi Charge Catholic The Ladies Auxiliary to the Cards were to be sent to the Mrs. Katherine Baugh. He was " " JamesToier, .l'tor Rick Beam Veterans of World War I Ba- rracks No. 3336 held their mon- thly meeting at 2:00 p.m. at the Memorial Building. The meeting was called to order by Miss Helen Turman president. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Mable Meador and the pledge of allegiance to the American Flag. The minutes of the last meeting were read and app- roved. The treasure report was made. THANK YOU FOR CA RI NG GIVE BLOOE A basic Cardiopulmonary Re- suscitation class for people of the community has been com- pleted at Greenbrier Valley Hospital in Fairlea. Thirty ei- ght recipients received certif- icates issued by the American Iteart Association for success- ful completion of the course. The class was taught by Bob and Emelie Cooke, paramedics with the Northern Greenbrier Emergency Squad, Jerry Kyle, paramedic of the Alderson Em- ergency Squad, Sue Boelcske- vy, RN, Inservice Director at the hospital The four instruct- ors are certified fb teach CPR by the American Heart Assoc-i iahon. It is estimated that approx- imately I million persons in the Un.ited States experience acute heart attacks each year. Ann- ua!ly, more than 650,000 riot- ants die of acute heart dis- ease. About 350,000 of these deaths take place outside of the hospital and usually occur with- in'two hours after the onset of synptoms. Thus, sudden death from acute disease is the most infportant medical emergency ,e Greenbrier Valley Hospital STAMINA Jt0w long will you live and hfiw healthy will you be? The answer may be in your stam- ina pattern Dr. Caroline B. Thomas, of Johns Hopkins Me- dical School, believes that each of us has a key personal pat- tern which makes us either resistant or vulnerable to dis- ease. She calls this pattern sf, amina. Dr. Thomas' research has spanned 33 years on 1300 grad- uBtes of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. As students, they were given physical and psy- chnlogical examinations. The sicka nd shut - ins. Corresp- ondence was read from Jos L. Green, announcing the Dept. meeting June I, 2, 3. A nominating committee was appointed to pick the new off- icers who are Mrs. Lula Hu- me, Mrs. Mary Alice Henne and Mrs. Crystal Morgan. Those attending were : Miss Helen Turman, Mrs. Mable Meador, Mrs. Mary Alice He- nne, Mrs. Lula Hume, Mrs. Verba Duncan, Mrs. Crystal Morgan. Class Completed To Your today. It seems probable that a large number of these deaths can be prevented by promt, appropriate fi.rst aid treatment , which may provide either early entry into the Emerge- cny Medical Service system or cardiopulmonary support by using CPR. As response to the cardiac' arrest victims has improved with Increasing lay, profess- ional and paraprofessional in- volvement, resuscitation has been successful in as many as 40 per cent of cases, while greater than 60 per cent su- ccess has been reported in selected subgroups. In addit- ion, a number of victims who die of drowning, electrocution, suffocation, drug intoxication, or automobile accidents could most likely be saved by the prompt and proper application of CPR. Thus, since 60 to 70 per cent of sudden deaths caused by card- iac arrest occur before hos- pitalization, it is clear that the community deserves to be re- cognized as the ultimate cor- onary care unit. Health results were compared to dis. eases or causes of death in later. life. The study indicates that good psychological health in youth led to good mental and physical health in middle age. There are many factors wh- ich make up stamina pattern. Such things as self esteem, a warm relationship with parents and minimal nervous tension are positive factors. And there are negative ones, such as smoking. Dr. Thomas says gen- etic and environmental factors are all parts of the health equation and she cautions it is the overall picture that det- ermines our stamina. born March 22, 1882 in Dug- spear Carol Co. Virginia. He is the oldest of twelve children, his parents were the late John and Rhoda McGrady. In the year March 2, 1902 at the age of 20 years, he left Virginia for Maple Meadows, in Raleigh Co., to find employ- ment. He walked all the way which took him six long days, upon his arrival in W. Va. his first work was with Tolbert Co. and then for a while with the Harwood Lumber Co. and fin- ally he became employed with the Ratter Lumber Co. with whom he was employed for forty years, before his retire- ment in 1953. In August, 1923 he married Miss Mitotic Thompson, dec- eased. They bad two daught-e rs Mrs. Ora Morgan of Dan- iels and Mrs Katherine Baugh of Fall Rock. He attends the Nimitz Mi- ssionary Baptist Church and enjoys reasonable good health. He is very active and enjoys fishing He recently remarked " no fishing trip is complete until he has fallen in the water it seems to happen every time "i The Bluestone river flows by his cottage so fishing is no problem. "Uncle Charley" is loved by his neighbors, friends, children and grandchildren and receiv- ed a lot of birthday greetings, wishing him many more happy birthdays. Named To Dean's List Mrs Lottie Ford who is re- cuperating at her home at Nim- itz after being a patient in the Summers County Hospital has had recently in her home the following visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crook and daughter, Lisa of Coal City, Fla.: Mrs. Hellen Young, Bellepoint; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harper and child- ren, Chris and ion of Sand Knob; IVlrs. Earl Nichols, and Mrs. McCutchens of Rainelle; Mr. and Mrs. Steve .pperly, Donna and Mechelle of Hinton. " NEWS I Klrtg aragg; Supt. . 1 Ccoh's Chapel K,d; ,,t. s,. St. Patrick , ' Regular bapUl,, Pi.tem, Gal7 , Youth Paltor. First Sunda. Father P'" Tedesc i 4660005! Jcbn S Atkin, Paator 3unUay SchOOl; Wdrshnp, It .i.) & 3rd Sunda. Mass Schedule ' . 10 a.m. sunday School; Supt. a.m.; Evening Worship, 7p.m.; rooklyn 9:15 Saturday" 5 am.; Sunday, 9 Charles Bow.; II a,m .Morn- Wed. Service. 7 p.m.; Young Mr. Zion 10:15 A.M. " am.', 'II< l,, ' 14------ ' ing Worship; 6 p.m. BYF; 7 People's Meeting. Wed, 7:3G Sand Knob 11:30 P.M. p.m. Evening Worship: Wed,. 7 p,m.; Mark EUison, Sr.. youlh Nimitz , Holy'Days, 6 p.m,; First ' p.m. Prayer Meeting. director; Juniors each Tuestm) ?nd slid Ith Sunda) Frida?,, 0 p.m. at 7 p.m; Senior Youth each Itethal 9::t0-1"luto - Beech Ru'n w, night a,7'3opm MarthaChapel ll:O0 Mad-'s Christian | B00IERS ,,. t Seb au Baptist Cffid Griffith ,reeb am's Creek Corn munitv I FURNITURE | Pasta' - Carl Spade Donald Spade. Pastor Bill Ntly, Minister . ' Supt. Atine Bowyer Worshio Serves. Sunday. I 1 N "N" 1 Sun. School l0 amandT:00p.m,; BlbleStudy HI T0 Morning werhip 11 10 a,m.; Wednesday; :00 p,m ! , First Christian ,' Richard Via Minister Out - of - state students have been named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Mere- dith College, Dr Allen Burris, vice president and dean of the college, has announced. For a student to be named to the dean's list at Meredith, she, must have a semester grade average of at least 3.2 out of a possible 40 and must have' completed a minimum Of I semester hours and passed all courses taken at Meredith. Mr. and Mrs. William Turner of Charleston, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Mrs. Rhoda Vandall of Beckley were visit- ors in the home of Mrs. Teva Meadows Sunday. In the afte- rnoon they picked up Mrs. Ella Foster and drove to the home of Mr. and' Mrs. Ben Light of Bellepoint where they spent the rest of the evening Six siste- rs who had not been together in almost twenty years- Teva, Gladys, Virginia, Akela Ellen and Sybyll Delton deceased. River Valley Rt. 12 Forest Hill Road Sunday School. 10 a.m.; S.S, . SuptMelvinL. Ryan: Pi'each-  " I  ' lellezO:n . " gLar"e ing 1st & 3rd Sundays. 11 a.m. Fi rst Rev. David Schill Miller Memorial Reverend Lance Yot Pastor Church School, 10 a.m.: Morn- aillJtmkins. Pastor Sunday School. l0 a,m.; sieve lfi .. m. Sunday School. Oakley McCoy. Supt,: Morning Wor- Orimmetl. Supt. ;tl a.m. Morn- ship. II a.m ; Midweek Service. ingWorship; 7:30i.m. Evening 7:30 p.m.: Evening Service. "Service; 7 p.m. Youth Fello.w- 7:30 p.m. ,ship. Thurs.  Meadow Creek Central Re,,'. William Carter .. S.S Supt. Mrs. E.F Johnson: .nKt . S.S l0 a.m. ever)' Sunday: 9:45 a'm. C'huch School: 11 Prayer Service. Wed.. 6:30; .m. Morning Worship: 6:30 Worship Service. third Sunday, . .n. ,YF; 7:00 p.m. Evening 11 am Worst p; 7 p.m. Wednesday Indian Mills Mid-eek Service. Pastor: IUII Bashan, co.',t ' Talcott R. C.C. Logan First Sun. Service II A,M. 'lldrd Sun. Servic 7 P.M. Wednesday, 6 p.m. Mount Plsgah . Mnrning Worship. 9:30 am.; Church School. 10:3o a.m.: LiMYF Tuesday, 5:3o p.m. l'alcott Ch u rch T.. I,('oT'I;CilA nG E .lame', E, Iiaih') pastor S.S. Supt.: Janles Keafley F()REST till,I, Church School Sunday School l0 A.M. "'" 1i :00 Worship 10:00 ist and 3rd t lasSeSsunday 7::Ill 2nd Sunday night for all ages. Bible Clam each P.M. every Sunday Sunday :30 3rd Sunday night day Evening. 6:30 p.m.: Sunday at 3:00 P.M. B.Y.F. fi: 3it PM. every SunuaYt.hurc h School 10:00 A.M, Wednesday Services. 7:30 p.m. New alem Baptist ('hmrch Prayer meetiug Wed." 7 P.M. Pastor I.E Ilatcher Sunday School 10:00 Church Workshop ltn%menla, Meaaow L.reek ...4 .. Pastor Leroy Pack tO A.M. Bible hoei It A.M. Mocuig Wolhip I:15 P.M. Youth Meeting 1: P.M. Evening Worship P.M. Thin1. - Mid. Week lhryer & Bible Study Tempa Set ing Worship. li a.m.; Evening Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.: Mor Service. 7:30 p.t[i.: .UMYF ningWorship. II a.m.; Evening Wohip. 7 pro.: Wednesday Evening Service. 7 p.m. - Sunday night 6:00 Episcopal ..Rev. Ray Wlsemaa 11 a,m. Fast and. Third 8nn- days, Holy Communion ( tl a.m. Second and Fourth Sundays. Church of Christ hochlev Hill TRINITY "Tug ('reek Road :Worship Service II A.M, and 7WOBSIn p I1 .00 2nd and 4lh Sunday Wohip. 11 a,m.:sun- BIG 4 ;I00UG i prescripli0n and l drug iaeeds | tounlain seric t' 466-232'3"Hidto*n "  complimenls 0t the i " , FIRST NATIONAL z [ BANK OF HINTON I A workshop in cardiopulmon- ary resuscitation (CPR) will be conducted at Concord Coll- ege in Athens on four Thurs- days in April by Georgia Kell- ey, certified by the American Red Cross as an instructor and instructor - trainer. The class will meet in room 406 of Centennial Hall from 6:30 to 9:30 pm on the following dates: April 1, 15, 22, and 29. Persons with active " mod- ular CPR" cards can obtain an .instructor's card through the workshop. Open to the general public as well as to Coneord students, the class carries one hour of college credit, if des- ired, as Health Education 225. Further details are available from the Concord information line at 384 - 3115 NEW II()PE . .,,on . N;' FIIIEIAL PARt OtIS " BilIO "  ''! ( I pla nd B'ORSlllP: I1:00 l st and :lrd Sunday Mdrnlng iible S/tl;':0 In ,,oqFSpade. Pastor Sunday" "hurch School IO:O0 AM wrshipi,er-'[ l| 466-1179 Benny Allen Supt., Sunday 7:30 4!h Sunda' night. Sundpy morning i and 4th Sundays. ii a.m. OAK GItOVE ' Sund"kvEvening Survitcsld. ; [ll..o'll'oil Feamster l=recwill WORSInP: 10:00 2nd an(;[ 4th Wednesy evening so:vices 71 .- TomilesnorthofAIderson Sunday Church School II:00; Ladr'sBiblestudyTuesda,,'10 ' on theAita Road 7:30 1st Sunday night. Hinton AM. Sunday Schtml, 10am Bapfisu ifi2t' Summers St. Youth League, S pm : Evening l.i ndsidc Minister .Philip StratUs services. 7 v.m tied Sulphur Sunday morning- Bible Study, I 13cl]cpoi nt Marshall F'ov*ier. Pastor a m ; Sunday morning Wors;hip' Pastor Service every second Sundav 7 Scrvice. 10:45 a.m : Sunday ilarley N Towler ,In'. p.m; every fourth Sunday ii Evening Service. 7:igi p.m. John Mann, S.S. Supt, Sunday a.m. Wednesday Evenimz S,,rvieel .School. 10 a.m : Morning Wor- 7 P.M. ; " p  Y'"d w., Meredith College, founded in 1891, is the largest, church - related, four - year liberal arts college for women in the south- eastern United States. It off- ers bachelor of arts, bachelor of. music, and bachelor of science degrees with majors in 24 areas The following out, of - state students are among the 485 named to the dean's list: West Virginia - Suzanne Sp- ringston - daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex B. Sprlngston of 321 SerVicemen In The News Pvt. John E Hopkins Jr., son of John E. and Mary C. Hopk- ins of Alderson, W. Vs., has arrived for duty at Fort Ord., Calif. Hopkins, a utilities equip- ment repairer with the 7th Infantry Divison, was previous- ly assigned at Fort Belvoir, Vs. The private is a 1972 gradu- C ........ ate of Greenbrier East High nesmm tloao mnton. .... [_ ._L _ ,,, Va ' :SChool, L,ewzsuurg, w. I wish to thank everyone for the many canls, letters, gifts, visits, phone rails, ami beaoUfal flowers. Bat most of all for all the prayers that were 0ffiltedl Aft this helped to make my stay mm pleaSanL Many thanks to Dr. Mirza ml I stoff If lira Summers Conidy Hospital. I love .pL GOd. Bless. W.W. Beaver. Pastor ship il a.m.: BYF. Wed.. 7 Johns'on S._a.. ^hool l0 am Mel .m: Evening Worship. 7:30 Minister, ltubertGroves unumy  , ",, " ".. ".m Midweek Prayer Service 'Sam (;rvve, Lay Leader, " via Williams Supt Preacpmg "' 30 " " ' ' " 'ca., 7:. p.m." AWANA Study ,z:45; Worship it a.m Ist and 3rd Sundays, II a.m. 'ed s ' n rn ' , - . .... Beckley 'ChttnatGroveOm.h I-'rta,dont napt!st ('i]nrt'h Good Shepherd eas Eddie Jobe.m r, Adkins " Lutheran Chnrch Lowell Bennett Superintendent Sunday School every Sunday ar Supt. Charles Wyant ' Sunday Worshi p . 9:30 AM t0:00. Preaching Servt every. __A..it:..Supt: Jack Cales Sunday Sehl . 10:45 AM Rural Acres Garden Club Pr..achmg I1 a m. 7 p m each '12 Rural Acres Drive tai, nd. 3rd and 4th Sunday at It:00 and Sunday Nights at 7:30. Prayer Servic every Wedn. esday Night at 7:30. Sunday Prayer .q'.vn'l'.t.%ed ; D III Litth., Wolf Creete Little Wolf Creek Independent Baptist Chureh Off Rt. 12 on Lltlle If Creek Road. . Pastor Donald L. Xannah S.S. Supt. Thomas Lowry Sunday School tO A.M. (Between Valley & Eisenhower t Drives) Robert L. Hoepner, Pastor 252-5820 Presbyterian Keller   Inl(:lm'z I Worship Service 11 A.M. Dean K. VelOhan. Pastor Youth Meeting 7" P M Sun I I' [ ' ' ' " " !':lo'W.rship Srvices iwld on : ,...  ,,,,.v.,.,,,,., is Eve. Service 7:30 ---"----.,---, , - " ,sl and :lrd Sundays. _ ..__... .... I Mid Week Scrviee Wed. 7:30 SUpt. S  to A.m. L p M , MOlfl Wop 11 A.M. Ev" " ' "t'  ,' , Lcntcrvi lit ,-.--. WVI. KI.  4th. Greenville 'y at 7:00 p.m. Prayer Fddienarris. l'astor 10 am Sunday School: 7:45 [ ]eUngTRyllatT: 0p.m. Sunoay School. 10 am.; Morn- p.'m Community Worship ing Worship. II am. each Sun- Scrviee i .aniOll dav Evening services Sunda.v , Pslor. I;e. Bill) Callu,,a at 7 pJn : Prayer meeling. Sunday Sehml. EG. Crawflrd. Wed. af7 p.m.: BYF. Sunday Su[t.; li a,m Morning Worship at fi p,m. 'every Sunday; Preaching ist ' ])ne Lr)x,e 'and;Ic.Sqqctays al II am. and6 Pastor W. C. Sampson p.m Sunday School Supt. Bill Hawks Sendetone Bsptt Church Sunaay Sct )1. iu a m. : , s,.,)e ' Paat George Cook : Morning wor- . Sunday SChool Supt. - Buren, i Meadows i McEIhenny Grassy Meadows l0 a.m Sunday School: Worship Service on tst and 3rd Sundays.. Han's Creeh Greenville ship. II am.: Evening Worship. IO am. Sunday School; 7:45 p.m. Community Worship 7:3o p.m.: Wednesday Evening Service. day evening Others Riverview Chapel Speaker Ilarr) Pilkington Suniay @ ,,l 9: 3o I.ord's Table: 11:0o Family " Bible Hour; 4:00 Junior Young p,.moricem RedCross People: 7:30 Evehing Gospel Service. "': Wednesda) ' The Second Baptist Church- ,' 6:3o Senior Young People; 7:3o Bey. James Cox - Pastor , Prayer meeting and Bible 212 James Street Stud.,,'. Services the 2nd & 4th Sundays/ ] uxnpinl }ranch at 11 o' clock each month. ' T . , 9:45 Sunday School each Sun.' aDCrllactt-' [ Mr .IAmt.a NIit.halan gnanf EImoAIderman. Sr..I asto Mrs Edith Goo Asaistant Tom Coffman Supt SundavL , Schml. 9:45 a.m.; Morning [' , Worship. t0:45 am.: YotRh Feih)ship. 0::t0 p,m. : Evenibg Worship. 7:;I(I p.m.: Prayer Scrvwe. Wed.. 7::10 p.m i Pelttecostal Holiness i99 blain Street Granville Martin Sunday Service. 7 pro. : Frida) Service. 7 pm. t tintlm "Gospel "l'a]ernacle I02 Maiu Street I.av, rence Bennett. Pastor Sunday School. i0 am.: Morn. ing Worship. I1 a.m,; "foulh meeting, 6:30 p.m. ; Evangelisb ic service. 7:3o p.m.; Bible Slt.dv Wed. 7:30 Im Good Shephera Lutheran Church". of Beckley Sunday Worship 9:30 AM Sunclay School . 10:45 AM Rural Acres Garden CluL $12 RuralJcrss Drive 92-5820 .. Anglican Church ST. MICHAEL'S ANGLICAN Fort Savsnnah Inn Lewlsburg. W.Va. Fr Harry B. Scott In s.s C Priest-ln-Charge Sunday School I0 A.M. Servet. 7 30 p n. Iv=sP',X,'pM.M"" l,u,.tC,,U.pU, tCh,h First Presbyterian Wed Prayer lltln*' /nd ,I [W.D. Harem, Paste Re' Tom Q. Johnslon. Ministe' ' - "' Every Sun. Worship Service IYouth Meeting 7:00 P,M. [9. a m , Sunday School 9:45 A.M. [ Keatley prings Is: i0:4 a.m. Worship,ll;0Q.A.M... Willlriers Pastor I lt. & Zrd Sun. night , Prayer Meeting Wednesda: qship 7 P.M. Wed. evening 7 p.m. tlam Preae" '- " 17P.M.-nReaervicee |'7:00PM. C'hurch of God am Sunday School every Suh. ," ' . .-..,. n Bnpt(sf Chnrch I Rev, Ronaid Eockhart' Sundav Scln,ol. 10 anl ; Morn- day, Harold Meeks, Supl. * - --' ..... ing Wrship. II i| nl : Evange. al Chapel Mbsi,mar, i Leatherwood /i .,,,,,, . hd{z'--ll ' lis.c ser,,.c 7:30pn, Wd Pastor Tom Treadway ('aN Ed,art'.pa.|m" Sunday'School - 10 A.M. ll!gill services. 7 pro. " Sun. c -,o AM Randy Hedges- Superintendent 51 ada nfs L'recl to a.m. sunaay School; II a.m. v M  ,, su. Preaching Service, Sun.; 7:30 Worh]pervi. II A.MII Morning Worship - 11:00 A.M. sunday - Evening Worship  7:30 P.M. \\;/es]cv,'l I1 .m. 'Evening Service: 7:301, Prayer service. Blt ,mdy, ).m. youth mellnS Wed 7 p.m Wednesday Wors ). T:30 p.m. Warren II. Nh:nugh. Pastor Ned. Bible Study. . . '. .... Pastor: Rev. Rid Renderson 10 a.m Sunday Schaoh I I a.m. Mount ()liv t  .......... (lar(q|ce E. Itut'li[I. I)alor l SUNDAY WORSHIP .... 4:60 . " P.M. Sunday School 10 a.m Morning All services conform to worship 11 am. Evening wor. tgzs BOOK OF coMMON PRAYER Coffee and discussion following service. EVERYONE WELCOME'' Jehovah's Witness  Sunday. I0 a.m.. public talk..' Sunday. II a.m. Watchlower- Study: Tues.. 7:30.p.m. Theo- cratic School; Thurs.. 8:3' p.m. Service Meeting. '- Morning Service: 7 p,m. Sunday* Pi pestem LeoWPadmr  " lo, insb.r' , Methodist ;00iubseribe ILl.. Stalnaker. Pastor  4 " ..... q I0 arn. Sudday Sch,ml, classes, , JallleS  hapt,[ i'.. for all ages, Richard Hnlioran, Pastor Rev. ll.B. Shrev, sburs. Supt.: tl am. Morning Wor- Services, 9 am: Sunday ship: 7 p.m. Nig/p! Ser,'iee. Sehool. loam ' " ( - "  'sermon b)'.pitta % . ' ":-'" :: 7 Mary 00anc 00emor00al "0000av:n"s m.cuu, s'mms:* ',' ': '(' Pastor Renotl R ehmond : BapUt Church ,, ' ' Sunday School. 10 am : Morn- Blmday School 14:J_jfl.  ing Worship II a.m,; Evening Preaehhtg kl.--a..?( 'l W6/'sSip, 7:30 pro.: Wed. Pray-' Praachlngjlkm. Nlght 'g:O0 p.m !,,r meeting, 7:30 o.m., - , 'Are Prayer Mting Wed.,7:0 p.m - ' ' " as: ..a... Bu" s, ( Hintou . t . " Rev William Ygung Jm Freewill Balt ' .. Churc} Sehool. 9:45 a.m. ; Mor. Pastt P,trv3tls Gt4m'mett "ning Worship, II am,: Evening Great! ; aun  0AM ,? Worship 7:30 p m. M dweek 'g 1! AM Prayer Fellowship. Wed,, 7:3(' i Eve. werdp 7 p.m. ,. p.m, ,Prayer meeting - Wudnuday' '. night. nigh, service: 7::'0 p.m. Wed.. Church of God prayer meeling, charge of Ihe Roh ilalt|brick. Pastor class leader tla lieah)ll. St| Iduv Sch.ul Pence prins supL; Sunday School, 9:45 RonaldCook. Pastor p.r..: Preaching Service. 11. a. m. ; Sunday Evening" . Sunday School, l0 AM, Charles Worship, 7 p.m.: Bible Study ''/g Barker, Supt., Worship Service Wed.. evening 7 p.m. II A.M. Mid-week Prayer Ser- vice and Youth Fellowship - wed-7:3o PM Pillar o  r Night services 7:30 P.M. ex- cept 5th Sundays. Truth Church Nazarene 1602TempleSt  at Barger Sprins Pastor Re,'. Robert Wiseman | i-Pastor Major H0R ,. ' S S supl Mar', Jane l-'h" ps'  ..... .... ' " .'lllldiD," Sci|-ol Itl:tlql % 3.1 Sunday Scluxd. i0 a.m. Mot'oing , M.l'llilltt t,V.rship !l qNI ,, l Worship. II a.m,', Evangelistic / Slay,iSm.vkm?[iiM .Serviee, Sunday night, 7 p.m,: Ae([ IlDh' .%lLIfi%' , :lf [) .1 Thurs., Prayer and Bible Study, "7pm