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4 - Hinton News Tues. May 13, 1986 210 Second Avenue Hinton, W Yn. 25951 Fred Long Publisher - Editor Phone (304) 466-0005 USeS 246-180 8y Carrier Subscriptfcts By Hal 20 Cents Daily $6.40 Per Year U. $+ Postal Regulations Ite~u~ Pamont Ig idvgnc! ~cond C+~ss Postage Paid At Hinton W ¥i ~]]111~ HI I I IIIIII IIIIIIIIII a~d wife of Troutsville. Virginia; Raymond Lilly and wife of Ironton, (thin; Grandson: Roger K. Lilly of Newport News. Virginia ; and Daughter: Jerry Lilly of Hinton. West Virgmia. Mrs Lilly will be celebrating her ~,+ot h birthday. Members of her family and trier}ds will have a dinner in her New Pastor;At Four Mile Baptist Church Mr. & Mrs. W. P. Belcher '@ • Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Belcher like to send a card, their address is former Himon residents will be 357 Dayton Drive, Charleston, West celebrating their 70th Wedding Ann- Virginia 25302. The Four Mile Baptist Church near Hinton has called a new pastor who will begin his duties beginning May 1, 1986. The new pastor will be James D. Fox who lives at 313 Sixth Avenue, Hinton, West Virginia. Pastor Fox was horn at Gauley Bridge and moved with his parents, Mrs. Violet Arrington Fox and the /ate Ira L. Fox, to Hinton when he was two years old. He attended Hinton schools and received his degree from Hinton High School in 1969. He also has received a Bach- elor of Science in Education de- gree from Concord College and a Master of Arts degree from the West Virginia College of Graduate Stud- ies in Institute, West Virginia. He is currently teaching in the Summers County School System. Pastor Fox was licensed for the iversary on May 15th, If you would ministry in 1974 and ordained in 1982 HINTON HIGH SCHOOL Week of May 14 thru 16 Wednesday May 14 BREAKFAST Apricots, Cereal, White or Chocolate Milk, Do Nut. LUNCH Hamburgers, Salad Bar, L, T., O., Enriched Bun, White or Chocolate MUk, Macaroni Salad & Chlps & Sliced Peaches. Thursday May 15 BREAKFAST Hot Apples, Cereal & Toast, Wh|te or Chocolate Milk, Bacon Sli¢es. LUNCH Taco Salad, Salad Bar, Cantaloupe', Crackers, White Or Chocolate Milk, Potato Rounds. Friday May 16 BREAKFAST Orange Juice, Biscuits, White Or Chocolate Milk, Polish Sausage And Boiled Eggs. LUNCH Corndog, Salad Bar - Cole Slaw, Fresh Apple, Crackers, White ~Or Chocolate Milk, Baked Beans And Weiners. ........... by the Bluestone Baptist Church at J=qt t ewin Jumping Branch. He has served as ~,~,~~.~~C ,~~~.~{~ pastor of the Elton Community and P the Pairview Baptist Churches and 7orks .. the pastor of the Clayton Bap- tist Church until he accepted the call A sewing workshop ill be held to minister at the Four Mile Blip Tuesday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 3 list Church in March of this year. HI also is camp director of the ia tWt p.m. in the auditorium of the Mine --t~ ~:~ the World Christian Youth Day Safety and Health Academy on the o,~ Airport Road near Beckiey. Irene M. I ~" I Camp and sponsor of THE ,,. CHILDREN'S BIBLE HOUR 1 ! - Bible School with a date to be set at a money management and budgeting later date. [ C.I[ [ Prayer requests were shared, skills. Information about financial plan- [ : 2 s s oa a4 I Circle prayer and the dedication of ning -- for youths and adults - is the Easter Cards were led by Mrs. available from the Summers County [ SHERYL R. EZELL, M.B.A. I Rick Htnderson, officeof WVU Extension and Public ,~n'ms' Consult.n! & R~mm4m~Uw | Those attending were: Lona Pack, Service, telephone 466-3711. [l FRI=E CONSULTATION [ Leotta Beasley, June Hedges, Pe- Children Learn Money Manage- ggy Howdeck, Ruth Campbell, Ma- ment is an B-part letter series which I + vo,m.,so~s.~.,~..~ | vis Mabry, ram Luster, Barbaraoffers parents selected money man- . Appeell Anslyst ! I ........ • ..i ~ Hedges, Rachel Luster, Bonnie agement ideas and suggests act- /THE I, [J ...... i Ittes for teaching those Ideas at [~ -i Crawford, Donna Bootbe, Brownie "v .... Hodges, Sbirtey Atwell, ~lenna irox, • .... various stages In their children s Billie • Henderson, and Betty Mc development. These leaflets are Daniel. available on request. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Narcotics Anonymous program te est in sin r ed purcha g used exer- ~I " The Hinton Senior Center is in- will meet every Monday night at 8 oi~,~ eq.ipmmlt ~t A r~mn~hl~ v.---. . .... " Ch " n price. Anyone wno nas an exer- t) ~ J ! p m in the house directly behind the .... : "-"" ~'" Y ......... Ascension ~plSCOpal urcn 0 .... ~,o....~o ~.~.~+ ~..a =+~, a ..... c|se bicycle or rewlng machine for + II --""'+t~arcoucsAnYone°'wh*'°'AnonymousW"U ";'ants o "~Depleasea partteel" of salesenlor, is CenteraSked attO466-4019.call the Hinton ~! free to attend the meeting. I: i ANY ADVENTURE VIDEO MOVIE i ::~', ;~~ , , . FOR ON~~ " I Limit 3 per ~ WITH : Coupon ..7.7 ~o~o~ I I NEED A VIDEO PLAYER? RENT OVER I NIGHT FOR ONLY 13.00 WED. • ONLY I rl I ,c++o+ V MAR7 I Wed May 14 -- , i. v J- .,~ ..m. .,.,. ... ,8,. • TEMPLE STREET, HINTON Scripture verse, sick visits and home missions recorded. Announce- ments were made for church visit- ation, The April bulletin will be bursed to the parents? - Will the teen spend the earn- ings freely or be required to save part of the earnings? - Who will be responsible to buy the teenager's work clothes and meals while he or she is at work? - Will the teen's work privilege depends on maintaining a certain level of performance in school - or activity in such organizations as church or 4-H ~ If these decisions are made be- fore the job starts, misunderstand- ings may be avoided. The excitement of a new job may wear off after awhile. When it does, a teenager may need some par- ental encouragement. Parents can help teens look at the benefits of a successful job history as prospects for gaining future em- ployment. Besides monetary, pro- fits, the teen gains experience working with people - the employ- er, other employees, and customers. A teen also learns to budget time to allow for both school and work• Later, this may help balance a career with family life. Compared to an employer's work, teenagers may feel their ,duties are insignificant. It may be hard for them to realize the employer pro- bably started from a position sim- ilar to their own. Parents can help a teen realize that gaining experience edited by Mrs. Eddie Howdock, May is more important than the amount will be prepared by Mrs. Johnny of the paycheck. Boothe. Mrs. Quentin Crawford will It may also be a chance to help a have the lesson beginning the new teenage son or daughter start his or study book. her own checking account. This Plans are underway for Vacation could be important in learning ~apttat Chareh Hapttit Grisly Meadows Madams ('reek ttoad 2 sties C~'sCh-'l~l lo am Sunday School Worshm I ~H~day SchOOl 10:00 & m. Carl Edwards. Pastor .... James ~ Ilersman, Pa~tor Service on 1St ano ~'0 ~t~41yl (Resuler Bal~UitPIptqt~ml Preacbi]~ 11:00 It.m, Sunday School l0 A M Worshipl" " Sunda~school loam Mornmg Jet~a$.&glllal4m. Pesto¢ Preach/ItS S4m, Night 7:dOp.m. Service 1! AM each Sunday . , Worship Ham Sun E~enlng 10a.m. Sundlty SeJ,'mol, Supt. Prayer Meeting Wedneaday 7:00 PrayerserviceBibleStudy Youth Hen s(reek Sere.co 7pro Wednesday Charles Bowles, tl a.m MorninI Pastor E, R. Buck Tyree meeting Wed 7 p m Greeevi|le Prayer & Bib e~udy 7p m w=~ip, e p m B v r 7 p m i [ +?. ~ s~y Sct~i. ~ +~ p ~ k (ommunlty Worship Service • Evening Worship Wed 7 p m I,ic ('rt~.k Baptist Church 1 ' Nazarene Prayer Meeting, Sunday School at l0 A M Preach-/ ,. , f Irst Presb)tertan mg Services At I1 A M Every[ " A 't ( 1~2TemplestreH • ik'.~h Run lthoda Xllnta %temorlal ( httrt'h [ Sunday Prayer Meetutg Wed 7] Re~ ....'one 1 Pastor ReeebRlaEaptittChurch ,Str+.eter v*v !f~M Roy TomMcGraw PasortSundaySch°°19 45A M Worshi~Be, RobertWi~eman Pastor- Carl Spade ~q~. t.> ,.~ t•, > ~| 4th ,,t.t ~,lh 1 ' [ 11 ~J A M, Prayer Meeting Wed+I S S Suet George fleece Sm+day ~pi Ahce Bowyer S,turd.~s t'~enmgs +it 7 ~l p It1 Judso~l-'re~wlll Baplist('hureh ~ II~I~V T;QO P.M. School It) am Morning Wurshlp Sun School 10 " i Pastm'PatKomnse II a in Evangelistic .~.~rvlce Morning worship It Sunday Schoo, ,O ++ o olo~k Clnl01ic Sunday Night 7 P M Thursday , Every Sunday Services Sunday Prayer and Bible Stud~ ~ P M River Valbey Nimitl Night At 7"00 o' clock St. Patrick Re. 12 Fert~t Hill Road Frnest Caller. Pastor Pat Kounse+ Sunday School Suet CatheB¢ Church (;nod Shepherd Hill Jeltktns, Pesto¢ Kit b~ Hragg Sept Second Baptist t hurch ' Mall Schedule i.utheran ('hurch I0 a m Sunday school Krnlt~ Ht.ed ASSlI ,~UpI 212 James Street t Saturday 5 p+m tit Heckle) . t;az~ 'trout Youth Pastor He~ Ilenr~ i.amar. Pastor + Sunday 9 am Stlltda~ W