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4 - Hinton News Tues. July 7, The Hinton News Published Tuesday ey Hinton Publishing Corporitlon 210 Second Avenue Hlnton, W Ve. 25951 rmt s# GamdUma Fred Long 1992 Articles submitted to the Hinton News must reach the oMco by Fri- day noon in order to be considered for publication in the following Tues. day paper. Please inclu de you r 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 Beard must reach the ofice by Mon- day noon in order to be considered for publication in that week&apos;s paper. .... Kay DeKalb Smith TO PRESENT CONCERT Gresnbrier Baptist Youth Camp presents Christian singer-comedi- enne Kay DeKalb Smith in concert, July 11 at the National Guard Armory. The artist will be the fea- tured soloist at Griffith Creek Bap- tist Church's Sun. workship serivce at 10:00 am July 12. Smith, who has been described as the "Carol Burnett of Christian en- tertainment, =is perhaps the most difficult to categorize among a host of inspirational artiste ministering to the Church today-simply because her broad array of talents defies the standard labels. More than a vocalist, she is an actress, a recording artist, a song- writer and a humorist-who combines her many gifts to communicate the love of God in a style that is truly her OWn. Travelingextensively throughout the U. S., Kay DeKalb Smith has appeared at numerous universities, churches, conventions and other special events. She has made a number of national television ap- pearances including the Billy Gra- ham Crusades and e Old Time Gospel Hour', and has been seen in both TV commercials and music videos. Her other credits include a fea- tured role in "I Hear America Sing- ing" - a long-running major musical production at Nashville's Opryland USA themepark; a solo album, "The Best is Yet to Come'; and publica- tion era chldren's Christmas musi- cal which she co-authorad. Kay DeKalb Smith's concert ministry incorporates humor, mu- sic, character impressions, drama, and often, plenty of audience par- ticipation. Her dynamic presenta- tion will minister the love of Jesus Christ to families, singles, children, and singles alike. A love offering will be received at the concert. For further information, contact Debbie Rogers at 466-3008. NOTICE NOTICE The Blind and Visually Impaired Support Group will meet Judy 27th, 2-4 p.m., at Mountain State Centers for Independent Living, 329 Prince St., Beckley, WV. For more information call Shirley Lamberts at 253.2150 o call 255- 0122. Melinda Ronat IN THE LIBRARY Melinda Ronat was the first of the Summer readers to get to draw for prizes from the Pork Barrel. Since she completed first grade this past year, she gets to drawn from the Pork Barrel each time she reads and reports on 10 books. (Second graders also fall into this group). Pro-school though kindergarten age children who may be read to by parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, etc. must also read 10 books to get a prize. Those participants who were in third or fourth grade this past year get to draw for prizes everytime they finish five books BUT they must read books from the juvenile section of the library rather than the easier books from the children's room. Fifth and sixth graders get a prize each time they finish 100 pages and, of course, they get NO CREDIT for books that are easy or have fewer than 50 pages. And what was it Melinda got out of the barrel? A ticket which entitled her 1. pick a free book for those donated for this contest by the W. Va. Library Commission. Or 2. a trip to pick a toy from the toy box - things like lseball cards, sunglasses, matchbox cars, jacks games, etc. donated by Big Four Drug Store, Family Dollar, Krogers, Wood Store, the Tobacco Leaf and Dillon's Superette, and K]aus Office Supply. 4. Certificates for free Nintendo rentals courtesy of Gott Stop. 5. or for Free Dilly Bars from Dairy Queen, free pizza from Pizza Hut, free dinners from Long John Silvers, free ice cream from Neighborhood Video which also donated free video rentals, and fi'ee slurpees from 7-11. 6. or free passes to play miniature golf at Pipestem State Park. The contest started June 28th and will continue through July 31st. Children who wish to participate may continued to sign up throughout the month. There will be a party at the end of the program at the waterslide and the top three readers in each catagory will receive MOREl prizes. We do th@nk all the businesses whohave given so generously to help make this year's contest so much fun !!}! for so many children. SIGN LANGUAGE CLUB The New River Sign Language Club (NRSLC) will be having "DIN- NER OUT" on July 20th. Each per- son will pay for their own meal. Those interested will meet at MSCIL, 329 Prince St., Beckley, WV at 5:30 p.m. on the 20th and then proceed to Bob Evans Restaurant on Harper Rd. For more information call Rosa at 255-0122, Voice or TDD. NOTICE SUPPORT GROUP The Multiple Sclerosis Support Group will meet July 13, at Moun- tain State Centers for Independent Living, 329 Prince St., Beckley, WV. For more information contact Linda Veid at 253-3290 or call Fred- die Ewing at 255-0122. CARD OF THANKS 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 kindest words, As any friend could say; Perhaps you were not there at all, Just thought of us that day, Whatever you did to console our hearts, We thank you so much whatever the part. May God Bless Each Of You. Charlene, Cheryl, Brian Joe and Ethel Cooper CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to friends, relatives and neighbors for kindness and sympathy shown us during the Illness and death of Nellie G. Lambert. Thanks to those who sent flowers, food, cards and people who called. Special thanks to Rev. John Atkinson, Mrs. Elms Alderman, Sr., Pallbearers Jack Bradberry, John Grimmett, Kenneth Meadows and Bud Shanks. Thanks also to Medic Alert Ambulance Service, OH9 Home Health Care, Summers County Hospital Staff, Ronald Meadows Funeral Home, Roberts Reed, Janet Rush, Norma Vance, Diannia Perdue, Darlene Parker, Rev. D. D. Elwell and friends at the First Baptist Church. Husband John K. Lambert, son lke Lambert, Daughter Jane Heinemann and son-in-law Jim Heinemann, Daughter-in-law Mary Lambert, Grandchildren Jay & Catherine Heinemann and Stephen Shrader. GO ON BIRDWATCHING SAFARI The morning session of Head Start went on a most fun are: Kimberly McKinney, Amanda Pack, birdwatching safari, at the Bellepoint Park Katana Mullen, Christopher McKinney, Michael equipped with their binocular's. The "]Pincher, Billy Gill, Felecia Adkins, Jessica Gill, birdwatcher's are: Donna Rail, Classroom Teacher; Lisa Richmond, Denise Richmond, Logan Starks, Diane Cole, Classroom Aide; Roy Buckland, Bus Charles Bales, Christopher Connor, Amanda Driver;Patty Gill, Sheila Rudisill, and Joyce Pack, Rudisill, Heather Ward, Christopher Valkosak, Parent Volunteers; and the ones who had the Andrew Forren, and Justina Williams. Ms. Janette Ratcliff Honored At Picnic Ms. Janette Ratcliff was honored recently at a picnic and going away party staged by Mr. done's 5th grade class at Bellepoint Elementary School. Ms. Ratcliff was assigned to do her stude'teaching at'Bellepoint while enrolled in the educiation pro- gram at Concord College. The picnic was attended by her students, Mr. Jones and several parent volunteers. Ms. Ratcliff is pictured with a cake presented to her by the par- ents. BAPTIST NOTICE WRESTLING World Championship Wrestling will be held on Sun. July 19 at 7:30 P.M. at the Chm'leston Civic Center Coliseum. Ticket Prices: $12 ringside and reserved; $10 Adult General Admis- sion; $5 Children Under 12 General Admission. For ticket purchase call Ticket- master Charleston Area 342-5757 or Huntington Area 523-5757. SAVE OUR MOUNTAINS Save Our Mountains meetings are held every first Thurs. of every month at Loaves and Fishes at 6:00 P.M. BINGO Bingo every Thurs. night, start- ing at 7:00 P.M. at the Moose Lodge. Concession available. Mini and maxi jackpot. Children can play if accompanied by an adult. 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 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 MEADDWS:, FUNERAL PARCORS 130 Temple St., Hinton Phone 466.1179 That Blessings May Shine on You... Beech Run Bsptiat Churd Superintendent, Alice Bowyor, Sunday Shool 10. Morning wor- ship 11. Bellepoint Baptist Church N. Bruce Creswel. Jr.. Pastor: Sunday Service: Joe McBe. Sup(., Sunday Schoot 9:45 am. Morning Worship, 11 am. Youth fellowship,5:45 pro. Evening ,S,e tr- ice. 7 pro. Wednasday Service, 7:00pro. Prayer Meeting and Sibte Study. Big Creek Lovell Williams, Pastor: Suny Schoot 10 a.m. Morning Worship 1t a.m. each Sunday. Prayer meeting Wed. at 7 p.m. B Y F Sunday at 6 p.m. Brooks Baptist Church Pastor Oarml Harem: Edward Cyrus, Sunday School Superin- tendent., Sun.School 10 a.m. i Morning Worship 11 a.m. Eve- ! ning Service Sun. at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tues. at 7:30 p.m.Wed. Service 7 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church Red Sulphur: Rev. Rick Hender- son, Sunday School 10 A.M. Randy Hedge, Superintendent Morning Worship 11;00 A.M. Evening Worship 730 P.M. Wed- needay Worship 7:30 P.M, Camon Rev, Nathanlet Johnson: Sunday School, E. G. Crawiord, Supt, 1 t a.m. Morning Worship Eve Sun- day. Preaching tat. and 3d. Sundays at t 1 a.rn. and 6 p.m. Centnd Pastor Robert L. Moore: 9:45 a.m Church School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 6:30 p.m, B Y F. 7.'00 p.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m. Wednesday Mid. Week Service, Chestnut Grove BeptletChrch Pastor: Benny Allen. Superinten- dent: Lowell Bennett. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worshipi 11 &m. Evening Service 7:COi Wed. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. ! Cook's Chisel (Regular Baptist Church) John S. Atkinson, Pastor: t0 a.m. Sunday School. Supt. Kyle Kinzer. 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 6 p.m., B Y F 7 p.m. Evening Worship Wed. 7 p.m, Prayer Meeting. Femter - Freewill Two miles north of Alderson on the Alta Road, Sunday School 10 &m. Baptist Youth League 6 p.m. Evening services 7 p.m. Rrst Baptist Church Sunday School 9.'45 &m. Bruce Richmond, Supt. Morning Wor- ship 11 a., Evening SeevK:e 7.G ).m, Mid Week Service 7.'00 p.m. Fot Hill Baptiet Church Pastor Jon E. Elerdo: Services 2nd. & 4th. Sunday 11:00, Sun- day Night Serces 7:OO, Wednes- day Night 7:30.1 s. & 3td. Sunday Services At Melhodiat Church At 8:30 P.M. Sence Meeting. Grace Bost Church Dan Spencer, Pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11 .'00 a.m. Sunday Evening 6:CO p.m. Wed. Evening 7.00 p.m. Griffith Creek Edwin Ray Harris, Jr., Pastor: Sun- day School t0 am. S. S. Supt. Melvin Ryan. Worship Services At 11.'00 AM 1st.. 3rd. and 5th. Sundays Evening services at 7 P,M. 2nd. and 4th. Sundays. Mid Week Prayer Service And Youth Meeting Each Wednesday at 7: P.M. Come to Church Indian Mills Baptist Church Steve Howdock, Pastor: S.S. Sup(. James Kearny. Sunday School loam Classesforallagas Worship, Service, 11 am. and 7 pro. Every Sunday Prayer Meet- ing Wed. 7 pro. KeaUey Spinga Baptist Church Sunday School 10 am, Harold Meek.s, Superintendent. Laurel Creek Baptist Church First and third Sunday at 11:CO am. Second and Forth Sunday at 7:CO pro,. Wednesday night Service 7:00 pro., Sunday School 10:CO am Pastor, Andy Howdock Uck Creek Baptist Church Sunday School at 10 am. Preach- ing Servicas.ll am. Every Sun- day. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 pro. Roy. Tom McGraw, Pastor. little Weft Creek Independent Baptist Church. Off Rt, 12 on the Little Wolf Creek Road. Pastor, Donald L Hannah: Sunday School Superintendent. Wayne Sfowning, Sunday Scheol I0:00 am. Worship Service 1 t :00 am. Sun, Evening Service 7 pro. Youth Meeting Wednesday 6:30 pm.Md Week Service Wednes- day 7 pro. Meadow Creek Pastor J. L. Jonas: Sun.lO am. Sunday School ; 11 am., Morning Worshib; 7 pro. Evening Worship; 7 pro. Wodnasday. Mid Week SiDle Study and Prayer Meeting. Meadow Creek Rev. William Carter: Sunday School Superintendent Mrs. E. E Jchnson. Sunday School 10a.m. every Sunday. Prayer servics Wednesday 6,'30, Worship serv- ice third Sunday at 11 am. Mt Calvary Freewill Bab(ist Church. Sunday School 10:00 ern. Preaching 11:00 am., Preeching Sunday N ig ht 7.'00 pro., Prayer Meeting Wednsday 7:00, Pastor E. R. Suck Tyree New Salem Baptist Church Pastor L E. Hatcher: Sunday School t 0;00. Church 11:00 Fun. damontal. Hdmitz Miionary Sabist Church Pastor Arnold Cooper: S. S. Superintendent Kirby Sragg, Sunday School 9:45,, Morning Worship and Children Church I 1 a.m, Sunday Morning, Evening Sunday Worship 7:30. Prayer Meeting and Youth Meet. ing 7:30 Wednesday, Pine Grove Pastor W. C. Sampson: Sunday School SupL. Sill Hawks, Sunday School 10am. Morning Worship 11:00 am. Wednesday Evening Service 7:30 pro. Rhunda Anne Memorial Church Stteeter, WV. Serviceavery 2rid. 4th. and 5lb. Saturday evenings at 7:O0 pm. River Valley Rt. t2 Forest Hill Road, Bill Jen- kins Pastor: 10 a.m. Sunday School, Bid Humphmys, Superin- tendent 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 6 pro. Evening Service. 6.' pro. Wed. Youth Fellowship 7 pm Wed. Services. Roles Chape Missionary Baptist, Roy Lee Hunaker. Jr,, Pastor: Sunday School 10 am. Worship Service 11 am.each Sun- day. Prayer Service, Bible Serv- ice, Youth Meeting Wed. 7 pro. Rollineburg D. L. Stalnaker. Pastor: 10 am. Sunday School classes for all ages. Richard Hoiloran Superin- tendent 11 am. Morning Worship. 7 pm. Night Service. Sandstone Baptist Church Pastor Eddie Johnson: Sunday School SupL Bill Dean, Sunday School 10 am., Morning Worship 1 t am., Evening Services 7:00 pro.. Wed. Prayer Meeting and Youth Meeting 7 pm. Second Talcett, First Sun. Service 11 am Sunday at 3:00 pm. Second Baptist Church 212 James St., Rev. Matthew Saunders, Services 2nd, & 4th, Sunday 11 am, Prayer Service Wednesday 6:30, Sunday School each Sunday 9:30, Mr. James Nickolas Supt. Mrs. Edith Gooda, Assist. Tempa Church Robert Combs, Pastor: Sunday School, 10 am. Melvin Williams SL Preaching Services at 11:00 am. every Sunday. Upland Baptist Church Pastor Mike Ballard - Sunday School 10:00, Worship Services at - I t :CO. Bible Study Sunday Evenir 7:00. Wed. at 7:00 CATHOLIC St Patrick Catholic Church Mass Schedule, Sunda/9 am. CHRISTIAN Community Chriatian Pastor Doug Hatcher: Worship Services Sun. 11 am. and 7:00 pro. Sible Study 10 am, Wed, 7.'00 pm. Rrat Christian Church Eddie Via, Minister: Sunday School 9:45 am, Morning Wor- ship 11:00 am., Sunday Evening Bible Study, Sunday 6:00 Youth Meetings 6:00 CHURCH OF CHRIST Hinton 162,1 Summers St. Minister, Ken- neth Dunn: Sunday Morning Bible Study tO am. Sunday Morning Worship Service 10:45 am. Sun- day Evening Service 7:00 pm. Wednesday Evening Service 7 pm. Lay Church of Chalet Sunday 10:, Bible Study 10:45, Evening Sunday 7:00 pro, Wed- nesday Bible Study 7.'00 I. Shockley Hill Tug Creek Road, Sunday Wor- ship 11 am. Sunday Evening 6:30 pro. Wednesday Services 7:30 pm. EPISCOPAL 11 am. First and Third Sundays, Holy Communion 11 am., Second and Fourth Sundays. METHODIST Bellepoint Charge Miller Memorial Church School 10 am. Morning Worship 11 am. Eve- ning Service 7:30 pm. U M Y F Wednesday 6 pro. Rrat United Methodist Church Hinton, WV Eileen Schneldm, Min- ister: Sunday School 9;45 am. Morning Worship t 1:00am. Child care available: Moments with chil- dren, Wednesday Youth Club, 4:00 pro. 6:00 pro., For Transpor- taticn: 466-0544 James Chapel at Tree Roy. Carlton Wilson, Pastor: Serv- ices 9 am. Sun. School 10 am. Johnson Minister, Hubert Groves: Sam Groves, Lay Leader. Study: 9:45. Worship 1 t am. Undslde Red Sulphur. Marshall Fowler, Pastor: Service every 2nd Sun- day 7 pm. every 4th Sunday 11 an% Men/Jane Memorial Pastor Reno H. Richmond: Sun- Say School 10 am. Morning Wor- ship 11 am. Evening Prayer Meeting 7:30 pro. Methodist Charge Rick Beam: First Sunday & 3rd. Sunday, Brooklyn 9:15. Mr. Zion 10:15 am, Sand Knob 11:30 pro, Nimitz 2nd. and 4th. Sunday. Be- Ihal 9:30. Pluto Martha Ct'pel 11:00. Madams Creek. Mount Pisgah VIorning Worship 9:30 amChurch School 10:30 am. U M Y F Tues- :lay 5:30 pro. New Hope 3. Franklin Mick. Pastor: Sunday School 10am, Worship Ist & 3rd Sun. 11 am & 4th Sun. at 7:30 pro. Oak Grove 3. Franklin Mick, Pastor: Sunday School at 11 am, Worship 2nd & $th Sun., 10am& la| Sun.at 7pro Talcott Charge 3. Franklin MIck, Pastor: Forest -Jill, 1st & 3d Sundays: Worship 10am, Sun. School 11 am. Trinity 3. Franklin Mick. Pastor: Sunday School 10 am, Worship services 2nd & 4th Sun. 11 am & 3rd Sun. t 7.'30 pro. Centervllle 3reenville, I Oam. SundaySchool, ?:45 pm, Community Worship 3ervice RrII Presbyterian Church iRev.Robert H. Glaser: Sunday iSchool 9:45 & Worship 11.130 am arayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 pitt. Him'e Creek Greenville, 10 a.m. Sunday School 7:45 pro., Community Worship Service. Keller at Lowell Rev. Stewart McMurray, Pastor. Worship Services held at 2:30 pm on 1st. and 3rd. Sundays. McEIlenny Rev. Stewart McMurray, Pasto. Grassy Meadows,10 am. Sunday School. Worship Service held at 9 am on 2nd. and 41h. Sundays. Bennett Memorial Chapel Rev. Earl Brewer: Services, Sat. 7 )m, Sun. echoer 10:30 am, Sun. evening 7 pm. Wed. 7:30 pm. Hinlon Church of God 1301 Su St. Pester C,a, cll Welch: Sunday School 10 am Morning Worship 1lain Sunday Night 7 pm Wed. 7 pm Hinton Go Tabernacle 102 Main Street, Lawrence Ban- nell, Pastor: Sunday School 10 am. Mornings Worship 11:00 am. Youth meeting 6:30 pro. Evangel- isti Series 7:30 pm. Bible Stt ly Wednesday 7:30 pro. Jehovah's Witness Sunday 10 am Public Talk. Sun- day 11 am Watchtower, Study Tuesday 7,' pro, Theooratic School Thursday 8:30 pm Service Meeting. Jumping Branch Tabernacle Rev. Elms Alderman, St., Pastor: David Mo(en, Supt. Sun. School 9:45 am. Morning Worship 10:45 am. Youth Fellowship 6;'30 pro. i Evening Worship 7.'30 pro. Praye Sewice Wed. 7:30 pm. Lutheran Good Shepherd Lutheran Churct" Beckley, Sunday Worship 9:CO am. Sunday Sch< 11 am, 725 Dry Hill Road. 252-5820 or 252 - 4793. Rev, Kenneth L. Frey Mount Olivet Church A community church, Madams Creek Road, 2 1/2 miles, Will,am A. Thompson, Pastor: 466-4299 Sunday School 10:OO am. Morn- ing Worship t I :CO am, Evening Service 7:30 pro. EDT, Wednes- day ( 7 pm EST winter) Nazarene 1602 Temple St. PastorRev. Robert Wiseman: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 am Evangelist Service Sunday Night 7 pm Thursday. Prayer and Bible i Study 7 pro. Pence Spinga Community Church Pastor Roger Persinger. SS 10 am, WorshD Service 11,m, Your h meeting 6 pro. Sunday night wor- ship 7 pro, Wed. night prayer meeting 7:30pro. Women's Chris- tian Fellowship meeting everyfirst Men. o( the month 7 pro. Pill of Truth Church AI Barger Springs, Pastor, Orvillle Meadows: Sunday School 10.'O0 am, Morning Worship 11.'O0 am. Wednesday Bible Study 7.'00 pro. River view Chapel Speakers Harry Piiklngton: Sun- day, 9:30 Lord's Table lt:00 Family Biba Hour. 4,'00 Junior Young People, 7:30. Evening Gospel Service. Spruce Run Chapel On Rt. 12 near Foresl Hill. Area- Peeler: Earl Hissom. Jr. SS 10 am Morning Worship 11 am. Gospel Service Fd. 7:30 pm HINTON NEWS 466-0005 BRIERS Inc. FURNITURE HmTOn 209 2rid AV0. 466-0691 BIG 4 DRUG STORE, Inc prescription and drug needs fountain servic 466-2323 = Compliments of tlhe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HINTON 466- 2311 Member FDIC RONALD MEADOWS FUNERAL PARLORS 466-1179 130 Temple St. Hinton j: E E E h F F