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=: !i t -,Q %, t | &apos;i t 4 - Hinton News Tues. May 30, 1995 CARD OF THANKS ,= t !: 4 The Hinton News Published Tuesday ByThe Hinton Publishing Corporation 210 Second Avenue Hlnton, W VL 25951 Fred Long Publlsher - Editor Phone (3O4) 488-OOO5 USPS 246-180 By Carler Sub.flp. By Daily kwv $1 ee out o( Slltn St&00 pw Wf It & PN Reune Requ tl van Second  Pceo Pdd At HisSes, WV I II Articles submitted to the Hinton News must reach the office by Fri. day noon in order to be considered /'or publication in the following ues- day paper. Please inclu de your name and a phone number where you can be reached during busine hours. The Hinton News reserves the right to edit any material and Teietl that articles cannot be returosd.  Items for the Community Bulletin Board must reach the oflce by Mon- day noon in order to be considered /.or publication in that week's paper. Miss Crook will be a 1995 gradu- ,  ate of Summers County High School  and is now employed by McDonalde  in Beaver. Mr. Adkins is the son of Sam and Linda Lane of Hix Mountain and Carlos Adkins of Sandetone. He is a 1992 graduate of Hinton High School and is employed by M.D.I. of Hick- ory, N.C. Wedding plans have been made for July 1, 1995. The wedding cere- mony will take place at 4:00 p.m. at  the Bluestone Baptist Church at : Jumping Branch. Areception will be ;:r hold at the Wfllowwoed Country *, Club, A.Cr the wedding, the couple % will reside in Hickory, N.C. %  This will be an open church wed- i cling with everyone welcome. Summers Co. , Recreation Program , Announced The Brother United Community Society, Inc. announces it's 1995, L  Summers Co. Recreation Program'.  Tlde program is available to county ' * youth, ages 8-18 yrs., (6-7 yr. olds san be excepted at certain outings if an older relative is attending, such as a parent, who is volunteering, or a brother or sister). Permission slips are needed prior * to each outing, and must be turned in before boarding the bus. For ongoing information watch eh2. and your local newspaper for location of permission slips, and any other info as concerns the program. This year's schedule is as follows: Sat. June 10... 'ishin 6 Derby', i Little Beaver State Park. Tues. June 20... "Science Center , ofWV., Bluefield. : Tues. June 27... q-Iatfield's & McCoy's', Grandview State Park.  Sun. July2... B.U.C.S. "Commu- ",, nity Picnic" Bluestone Dam. , Tues. July 11... =New River Park , . Day" New River Park, Beckley. : Tues. July 25... =Youth RaRing. , River Outing', Hinton. * Mon. Aug. 7... =Day in the Park',  ] Pipestem State Park. " Men. Aug. 21 "Natural Won- ; ders Tour', Lost Caverns, Organ Cave. Note ******* All transportation and rei%shmonts are provided. (All plsas and outing= am subt to ft. , nandnff, any hanps will be an. nounced.) Mr. & Mrs. Scott Richmond Wilfong- Richmond Wendy Carol Wilfong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilfong of Meadow Creek and Scotty Joe Richmond, son of Joyce (Cales) Richmond of Elk Knob and Larry Grimmett ofHix Mt., were united in marriage on Apr. 29th. at 2:00 p.m. at New Salem Baptist Church in Raleigh County. Harry Thompson officiated. Carrie Wilfong of Meadow Creek, of the bride's parents, the couple left for a short wedding trip to Natural Bridge, Va. She is a 1991 graduate of Hinton High School and is employed by Morgan Recreation Supply in Tal- cott. He is employed by National In- dustrial Coatings in Beckley. She is the grandaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kelley of Meadow sister of the bride, was matron of Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pat- honor. Lisa Massie of Hinton was ton of Hinton. maid ofhonor and Shawn Richmond He is the grandson of Mr. and of ChestnutMt., the groom's brother Mrs. Homer Richmond of Chestnut Andrea Crook Bryan Adkin$ was best man. Mt. and grandson of Wands and the Followingareceptionatthehome late Emerson Grimmett ofHix Mt. 00-ntla00emen00 Med Tech Student Announced Graduates From WVU Receives Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crook of Jump- Award ing Branch amoqne the engage- Twenty-one students graduated m of',,'d...r,.:.,l omWest Virginia Unity May Shannon Payne, was awarded a DaCrooktoBryanLewisAdldns. 13withaBachelorofScienCedegree certificate as a "Most Improved in Medical Technology. Local gradu- Student  at the Greenbrier East ates included: Annual Awards Assembly held on Gregory Robert Angell, son of May 24th. Robert and Janey Angell, Jr., of Shannon has all honors classes Jumping Branch. and a 3.8 grade average. GED TESTING She is the daughter of Mr. and GED testing will be held in Sum- Mrs. Terry L. Payne of Hinton. mers County on June 15 th. and 16 th. Call 466-6000 for more informa- tion. iilii iilillil i i i i In Loving Memory of Elsworth R. Lucas It has been 3 yrs, |Inca your pa|mlng but the memories of you are always there like waking up to the rising sun and lOOking out and seeing you hard at work in the garden when most haven't even started their day and you were already hard st work. No one can ever know how much you are missed and loved. We visit your grave often and mourn but you are at peace and not suffering and that Is what keeps us going. But no matter what you are always In our hearts and our minds. Sadly missed by wife - Mary, children Charles, Bobby, James Richards, Oliver Richards, Jr., Janet Crawford, Jeanle Bennett, Opal Lucas, Grandchildren, Great-Grandchildren, Brothers & Sisters, Nieces and Nephews. II II I I I In Memory In Loving Memory of: Charles J. S urber & wife Emma Champie Surber; Son: Charles W. Surber. Daughter, Surber. Sadly missed by: Son: Francis H. Surber, Sister: Mildred, Daughters: Mary Lucas & Margie Wadde11. Grandchildren, Great-Grandchildren, and Great Great Grandchildren. Retired Employees Hold Meeting The Summers County Association of Retired Employees met Sat., May 20th. at Pipestem. Brunch was en- joyed by the group and then the program was held in the Dogwood Room. Dr. Roy W. Alford, State Executive Committee, was the speaker. Those attending were: Eveline Meadows, Margaret Sentz, Pauline Meadows, Josephine Ward, Laura Carter, Emma Wise, Pauline Fife, Albert Lively, Bill Perdue, Pansy Perdue, Betty J. Meadows, Ima Jean Huffman, Howard Woodrum, Mar- garet Woodrum, Mary Neely, Lil- lian Anderson, Jean Clark, Alice Alford, Ray Alford, Clara Davidsen, Nellie Miller, Nadine Woodrum, Jane Humphries, Frances Lively, Pearl Laska Chamberlain, Irene Grimmett, and Kit Mack. NOTICE The Jumping Branch-Nimitz Public Service District Board meets each first Mon. of the month at 4:00pro at the Water Office. The public is invited to attend. iii Beautiful Hanging Baskets Special S6.50 This Week Only i WEBBS FLORIST & GREENHOUSES On the 4-lane CRAB ORCHARD, WV. PHONE: 255-7411 gk - VETERANS MUSEUM FUND RIGHT TO LIFE GS ESTABLISHED Meeting locatioU for Summers A fund has been established at County Right to Life has been the First National Bank of Hinton to changed to the Ascension Episcopal receive donations for the new Voter- Church at the corner of Temple St. ans Memorial Museum to be located and 5th. Ave. at 7:00 p.m. in the old Carnegie Library building The meetings are held on the 3rd. on Ballengee St. Mondays of each month. Donations will be used to reno- Anyone interested in working for. vate, purchase display cabinets and the protection of life of the unborn other items needed to display mere- are invited to attend. oribilia for the museum. For further information, contact Carl Edwards at 466-3438 or Carla Leslie at 466-3930. During the loss of our brother Charles & Uncle Harold Perhaps you sent a lovely card, Or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a floral piece, If so we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the ndest words, As any ffiend could say; Perhaps you were not there at all, Jt thought of us that day, Whatever you did to console our hearts, We thank you so much whatever the part. Ray K Pdisll and Family II III CARD OF THANKS We, the family of Carlos J. "Brud" Honaker would like to give our deepest appreciation for all the caring shown to our family during our time of loss. Thank you all for the gifts of food, cards, flowers, calls, your prayers and kind words of comfort. Special thanks to the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlor. Daughter Patti and son Steven | .o.,,o .E,oows FUNERAL PARLORS, INC. 130 Temple St., Hinton, WV. 466-1179 DAVID W, JOHNSON, MGR. We know how you want your family treated and the choices and quality services we offer will give your familythepeaf mind you want with the value you can afford. Pre-Need Arrangements Offer thru Your Local Bank or Forethought ilu, That Blessings May Shine on You... Come to Church BAPTIST St  p,c: s. s Be=hRunlHl=tChurm SupC  Kearny. Sunday OYom S. Angdl, Jr.. Pu;o Sun- Schooll0am.CIMmfocdagm. daySchoot lOam. MomtngSo- Worship. Setvkm, 11 am. and 7 Ice 11 ira, N ecvk e pro, Youth felowlp, e:4a pro. Eve- nlng , 7 pro. Wedmm(Ja $4Moe, 7:00 pro. Praye Meeting and le Study. Cmk LovMI WIgMms, Pastor: Sunday Sdoo110 Lm. Mocnlng Wohlp 11 a.m. each Sunday. Pmy' medng Wed. i 7 p.m.S Y F Sunday at 6 p.m. Pasts DarTdl I-leave: Edward Cyru Sunny  Suin- tondonL, Sun.School 10 a.m. Momlng Wohtp 11 ant Eve. sing Servloo Sun. ,s 7 p.m. Pmy M TI. at 7:30 p.m.Wed. Sek 7p.m. Sun ,Scho 1o &M. RaCy J-tOo, S Momll Wonddp 110 A.M. =venln0 Womhlp 7:3O P,M. Wed- nesday Wor= P.M. Pv. Ntum Jmn: Sunday Schoo E. G. Cmocd, SulX, 11 =1,111, Momln Wofllhlp IcWf 8t- day. Pmctli t. and r. PutosRob L Mmm:9 am. Chtm . 11 ll.m. Mor Wohlp. 0:30 p.m. B Y F. 7:00 p.m. Enlng Wot3Mp. 7 p.m. Wedne Mid - Wmk 8en4OL ChNInut Grove pUhun Purer: Benny Alien. Supedon- dent: Low 8onne SunW School, 10 am. Morning Wor=hlp 11 &m. Evening SoNk 7:00 Wed. Ewmlng Sondo 7:00 p.m. (Regular  C:hu') John S, AUdneon, Put': 10 Lnt Sunday Schoot St Kylt KklzW. 11Lm. Morning Womhlp. 6 Ixm.. B Y F 7 p.m. Evening Wor=hWed.7p.rrt Pmye. FmewSl Two mlle= north o AJdonme on Evecdn6  7 p.m. Sunday School 9:46 am. Bruce :, SU Mo, Wo.  H am.,EvenlnO 7:00 ).m. Mid Week 8e,'lco 7:00 p.m. Pao Cad Edle: 2m. s 4m. Sunday 1:00, lk- r=i=y Nim 7=0. Ble Churm O Secw, P=tor. Sua/ Sdoo I o ara, Mom Wunmlp 11:00 Lm. 8undy Ewdng 6D0 p.m. Wed. Eyeing 7:00 p.m. Eddie Harm, Pww: Sdxx 10-m. Wohlp 11:00 ,m. Evening  at 7:00 p.rr,, Mid WNk PrayM 8el o wd 8Jao St 70 p.m. Vo4th Moetlnil Vdmledalt  ?sO0 p. Eve./8ury. Prayer Meel- I wed. ?n. 8 8xx 0 =u Had Meem, Ikmendo. Lwe Cma 8,,p C. Fir=t  thkd ft14 W  11 00 am., Scond and Forth Sunday at 7:00 [ot, Wednday nht Se 7.'00 pro., Sunday School 10:00 am, Pastor, Andy Ho Bl=t ChuF Sundy $choo ,s 0 w. UtSe WeN Cmk Indelm Bait Churm. Off Rt. 12 on the Little Wolf Creek Reed. PMIoL Dosed L. Hannah: Sunday School Superintendent. Wwne Browning, Sunday Scho 1000 Ks. Wohlp Servkm 11:00 ira. Sun. Evenln Seno 7pro. Youth Mming Wednesday 6:30 pro.Mid Week Sve Wednes- day 7 pro. Uudow Cet PaO Chip Jones: Sm.O ant Sunday School ; 11 am., Morning W; 7 m. Evening Wontp; 7 pro. Thuay, Mid Week SUe Stue and PrW Mee(g. WK Rke FmmSl Church. Sunday Scho m:00am. Mom Womhtp   DO am., Sunday Evening 6:00 pro.. Wad. Prayer Meeg 7.'00 pro.. Pastor Roy. Cunb Monk. Hew Sm, aqXl Ctw Po L E. : Suede) Chtsch Pmo Amo Cooper: 8. S. Supodme,,xo KYoy Sras Sund.Schoo19;45., Moing Wohlp arm ChMTI Chun: 11 am. Sumy Momlng. Eeng Sunday Wor=hlp 7:30. PJltr MeWing and Yo Me. Ing 7:301y. Pine Grove Pao W. C. mlPun: Sun,a! $ S.. Rift Haw Sundy 10 am. Morning Wunhl 11;00 am. Wtmeday Evening Sm4c 7:30 pro. RI1ldl Annl Mlmodal Church o, WV. Smdcy 2nd., 4th. and 5Ux Sury evening= II 7:00 pro. VaNly RL 12 Fot Hill Road, WII Jon- kJn Pm,:. 10 a.m. Sunday Sdxt s t-#wy, Stmn- twldont 11 &m. Momlng Wor=hlp. 6 pro. Evening Servk 6:30 pro. Wed.Y Fdowhlp7wnWed. SewtL Ree Ct, q Clmh Jar Canmy. Pmmr: Sunday 10 am., Calvin Martin 4X. Momin0 ,rvk 11 am. Mid- WNk 8Vi01 7 l:m',, Youth Meek- InO Sun, s Wn. neamturl D. L u, Pew: 10 aa tempt H .MWoNp. Pw Eddie Johnton: S. S.ISUpt. Jim CoogeT. k=mmt Elwond CAIN. S. S. 10 am.. Morning Worship 11 am.. Evenln 9 Sev- ion 7:00 pro.. Wed. Prayer Meet- Ir wld Youm 7 Pro. TId, F' Bun. IkwIN 11 8m, Sunday ,, I:o0 pro, 8oeo lUmeo chum 312 Jamee St.. Rovo Mmow , v 2rid, & 4th. Sunday 11 am. Pmyr Wednesday 6:30. Sunday School ea Sunday 9.0. Mr. JanTe Nlr,om Sqo Mr=. Edith Goods Ai=t. TemPe Church !BottW Reed. Pto: Sundry 10 am. Mndn IMlllaml, Supt. PmacNng SVom  11.'00 am. every Sunday. Umd Bapkt CurCk SUn<  0.O0, Wot i SecvlcN a - 11:00. BIb Study Sunday Even ng 7.'00. Wed. at 7,0 CATHOLIC Mass Sul"Kk,.io, Sunda 9 am. CHRISTIAN Community Chdstin Worship ,SoP4k Sun, 11 am. and 6:00 pro. BibM Stuof 10 m, Wed. 7:00 pro. Imt Ctwietinn Church Sunday Schoo19:45 am, Morning Worship 11:00 ant, Sunday Eve- ning BUS Study, Sunday 6:00 Youth MN(ingls CHRIST Hktt(in 1621 Sum St. Mlnbt', Ken. seth Dunn:stmdayMomlng Bible Study 10 am. Sundy Morning Wor=hlp Sorvlc 10',45  Sun- (y Evening Service 7:00 pro. Wedm,,tdw Evening Sewice 7 pro. Lain Church M Ckd Meadow Bridge Wed. ,nl Sue stly, 7.-00; SUa evening, 7:00. km=lon F.phql Churd Holy Euchari=t Oelkqt Charge J. R. (Bob) . Pzw4o: MHler Memo,-lal. 100 M]II Ave. Sun. School 10 ant SUn. Wohlp 11 am. wed. Bible Study 7 i. IV gNtl Mthedl (urch .WV Ellw . MIn- Isu. Sunday School A5 Morning Wonhlp 11:00am. Chlkl cats article: Momen wa ch- dron, Wedrmday Youth Club. 4:00 pro. 6:(X) pro., For Tran- taion: 4e0544 ,h,me Ctm t Tue Rev.Carlt , P,Won 8ent- kl 9 am. Sun. School 10 m. Jnll Mlnm',  Groom: Sam Ovu, Lay . Stx/: 0:45, wolp 11a I Sulphw, MI wW, Pro: llwvWe mw/and Ivn, dt ? wn. Iv/4|11 Sun, 11 sin. Idmy Jlml Mlmodal Pao Rono H. Richmond: Sun. Schoo 10. Morning Won i 11 am. Pr/e Ming 7:30 pro. Mdodl Ctq mGrovl: FIn & 31. Sundy, Brooklyn 9:115. Mt. Zio 10:16 lift, ; IMml Kb 11 10 If NImRi 8fL Mk','ll'  11=0o. Medllnll HIIIdlM, WV Rt. $, SUn. Woflflllp 90 am. Sun. 8dm 10:48 we. Wed. Rue Study 7 pro, UMYF 2N:I & 4th SUn. 6gX) New Helm C. Franklin MIc Ptor: Sunday School 10aw Wor=hlp 1$3d Sun. 11 am& 4;h 8us.  7:3Own. Ok Grove C. Fr=nidin Mick. P,mto: Sunday Schoo at  1 am. Wohlp 2nd S 4th Sun., lOam& 11Stm. 7pro TC C. Franklin  PMt': Fomlt Hill, 1st & 3d Sundays: Wet=hip 10am, Sun. School 11 am. Trty C. Franklin Mick, P,qor: Sunday School 10 am. Wor=hlp 2rid & 4th Sun. 11 im & 31Sull. at 7:30 pro. PRESBYTERIAN ,.rNNwille, 10 am. Sundy Sohot Z4S p Comndy WorSt) Rrlt Rrllymn Chudl Rev.P,tm H.  Sunday gd'aol 9:45 & Wlhp 11:00 am rayr Mooting Wed. 7:30 pro.'l C 3memme, 10&m. Sunda Schun 7:45 p. commun Womhlp Ser,4o. I(,k  ev. SWul MMt'r/. P,-,t. Nor=hip $vll Mid at 2:30 pm m 1 and d, 8undayz. MElllnny Pkw.  l,tMunW, Pmtoc 3my Mtdoml,10 am. Sunday Sdux. Wonlp Sen4oe hekl at S un on 2rid. rKI 4th. Sund},s. OTHERS ev. Ead Brw:$ewl, Sat. 7 m,, Sun. School 10:30 am, Sun. vllng 7 pro. Wed. 7:30 we. HInton Chumh of God 1301 So St. Ptor W: Sunday $@d 10 am Morning Wonflllp 11am Sunday Nht 7 pm W. 7 pm ISmm GmNNI Tmmlo 102 Main Street. Latmonco mill, Putor: Sunday  10 ant Mornings Womhlp 11:00 am. Youth rimming 6:30pen. Evd- Itlc Service 7:30 pro. Bbk) Study WednelW 7:3O pro. Jehowh'o Wilnmm Sunday 10 am Pal)lie Talk. Sun-, y H am . suy Teeday 7:3O p 11mmedc School Thur=day 8:30pm Sendce M. Jumplnl; Bmmh Talxm Rev. Elms Aldenmm. Sr.. Pasts: Dad Mxon.  Sun. Sml 9:45 am. Momln Whlp 10:45 am. Youth FMlowlhlp 6:30 pro. Erasing Wor= hip 7:301xn. Pray Sen Wed. 7:30 pro. Goo Sptwd Lmlumm Chth, bok, nday Wmh O:so lie. 8un StltM 111 71 47, Mw. Kmnh k. Pw Idedlam'o Evan L.  "T Sam Sue Study TudaY, 7 P.m. Goo Sdoo SundaY, 2 Im. Mourn OS Chwd I wmm t:oo : :.ql day ( 7 pm EST vdnt) Numes Rot1 WINIng: SUmaY mml 10 i.m. Momln wohlp 11 In E Serves Sund 7 pm i"m,dy. Prr=n0 Study 7 pro. Cmm..y Ch-rd p==to Ror P=,*,=. SS 10 in0 s pro, Su, ne...rym ww- ship 7 pro, Wed. mgm tm mm,7opm. W,Chrt. dan Fellowshlpnen0 flmt Mon o th mont 7 Pro. pll  TrLm Im11 Amar sprin, Pp,O MMdo: Sunday Sct 10:00 ant Momlr Wunhlp 11:oo m, WedneedW olMe Study 7:00pro. (lay, 9:30 Lord's 11:00 Fon/ 0us .ur. 400 On Rt 12 nmr Fo HIlL Atu- put.Ead  Jr.88 t0 Sewlm Fit 7:3O pm Restwood Gardens 4r BRIERS Inc. FuRnITURE lllnTOn 209 2nd Ave. ,t66-0691 BIG 4 DRUG STORE, Inc prcriptio and n  Complime ts' of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HINTON 466-2811 Member RONALD MEADOWS FUNERAL PARLORS 466-1179 150 TompkD i. Hlnton