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4 - mm 'J u. A l. 14, i99o - ~ I I I I III The Hinton News I==W tt0 Imend Avmue HIn WWSNSl i.lkllW Rme(aMI4 S IRRIMI-tN Art~lm =ub~ to the H~ton Nero mast mKh the ollice 5y Fri- d~ mm in order to be co=ddered ibr pubilaltloa in the following ~e=- <ypeper. Piesseincludeyour nm~ aad phone number where y=u csn be teethed durins budness hours. The Hinton New= reserves the right teed/tally tatar/-! lu~! relp'etS thet wtidm aumot he returned. Itmm for th, Community Bulletin Bumd mu= the oflm by Mon. dey ~e in or4er to be ~&n~ publicstion in that weel~s piper. i . i o Martin Family Reunion The family of the late Petter and Lottie Michael Martin met at Camp C ek Park Aug. 5th for their family reunion. Junior Martin had the devotion Service in absent of Rev. Kenneth Martin who was absent bemuse ofillneu. Everyone enjoyed a deliciotm dinner, picture making and visiting. They planned their next reunion the let. Sun. in Aug. 1991. Those attending were: Robert, C, enivie, Bobby Martin and Brenda, Marie, W.Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Martin, Matthew and Amy Justice, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Snead all of Crab Or, hard, W.Va.; Jr. Bragg and Shaylyn and Sarah, Beckley, W-Va'; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Martin and Rick, Indian Mills, W.Va.; Mr. and Mrs. ~Itmmy Martin, Brian and Andrew. Oceans, ,~W,Va:;-Mary : Cummingham and' Roami~ ~, Hinton. W.Va.; Mr. and Mr,.Jerry Lowry, Carrie and Scott, Hinton, W.Va.; Thelma, Craig, Richard, Christie and "Michael, K0P~mten,~ary Craig & Melissa Craig, Koppar~on; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Craig and Eric, Clear Creek, W.Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Martin, Brad, Meliua and Rhonda, Ocean, W.V&; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Martin and Ray, Kepperston, W.Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lyons and Megan, Oceans, W.Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gollher, Patsy and Nick, ICopper- ton, W.Va.; Mr. and Mr=. Robert Martin, ]~in, Jeffery, Oces~ W.Va.;Aaron and Randy Toler, Oceans, W.Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Colion Martin and Miduml, Porest Hill, W.Va.; Mr. and Mr=. JL.nes Martin, Ommm, W.Va.; Tennis McCall, Mr. and Mrs. Mike (~_rber, Mi~y, Laura, Mike Hefner, Mr. and Mr=. Troy Wilton and Kris Nutter, J Wiison, Lindaand Pant youn& all ofMsrtinton, W.VL; Ray. =rid Mr=. Jim Martin, Rupert, W.Va.. Two iP=mts Va. RiFPetOe, Nimitz, and Laura Highland, Bobby Dale Presley Jr. Birth Announced Bobby and Lois Pruley areproud to annoant~ th, birth of their mn ashby Dale Pr ey, Jr. Bobby yam born on July 12, at HunumaHoepitol Green. Valley, He weighed 8 pounds, 8,~ ounce and wu 19 $/4 inches Io . Proud dl mnto m Cmvoll Pr~ley ofHil,uiale, Theda Pruley of Htnwn and Etl l Gross aim of ":::::" :, , - ::.:.::>:: , .. : ,. r Harding- Gilbert Lori Paige Harding and David and sequins and accented with a Andrew Gilbert were united inbouffant pouffforherheadpiece. marriage July 21 at the Oak Hill Matron of honor was Jennifer Baptist Church, Oak Hill, W.Va. Nichols Williams, Oak Hill, cousin The bride is the daughter of Larry of the bride. Bridesmaids were high a!~Nancy Harding, 1711Edgewood school friends, Kelli Price Gardner, .~?v~.~i.~Oak Hill. She isA~,~rand- Oak Hill,and Teresa Parrish Keller, *~augl~ter..of'Jennie MeOws and Annville, Penn. Flower girls were C~o~e E. Harding, both of Oak Hill. Erika Williams, Oak Hill, and Ryan The groom is the son of Martha Fitzwater, Summersville, W.Va. Gilbert ofHinton, W.Va. His grand- Best man was David Her,man, mother is Eva Light, Hinton, W.Va. Raleigh, N.C. A single red rose was placed in Ushers were brothers of the memory of the groom's deceased groom, Vincent Gilbert, Willow father, Raymond GiIbert. Street, Penn., and Tim Gilbert, The double ring, ceremony wasWilmington, Delaware. performed by the Reverend Gerald Ringbearer was nephew of the E. Dot,on, pastor of the United groom, Sean Gilbert, Wilmington, Methodist Church, Hinton, W.Va. Delaware. Wedding music was provided byThe guest registrar was Lesley organist and pianist Carol Booth Mathews, and the program atten- BurnsandvocalistsRobbieAliff, Oak dant was Victoria Mathews, cousins Hill, and Lauren Rowland, Balti- of the bride. more, Md. A reception was held at the White Escorted to thealtar by her fa- Oak Country Clu]5, Oak Hill. ther, and given in marriage by her The bride is a 1983 honor gradu- parents, thebrideworeafloorlength ate of Oak Hill High School and gown with acathedral train oftradi- graduate of Marshall University, tional bridal satin with re-embroi- Huntington, W.Va. She is employed deredAlenconlace, by the Wilson County Board of ThefittedbodicefeaturedaQueenEducation, Wilson, N.C. Anne neckline, high capped tapered The groom is a 1983 graduate of sleeves, yoke back, and torso waist. Hinton High School and attended Scalloped Alencon lace embellished Marshall University. Heisemployed with seed pearls and sequins out- by York Construction, Raleigh, N.C. lined the neckline and the yoke back After a wedding trip to North was accented with pearl strands Topsail Island, N.C., the couple will draping from the lace collar. Alen- reside in Raleigh, N.C. con lace motifs embellished with pearls and sequins lavishly appli- Enlists Into Marine qued the bodice and the sleeves. Corps The floor length skirt extended into a cathedral train. Garlands of beaded lace motifs flanked with U.S.M.C. Recruiting Sub-Station appliques adorned the skirt. Scat- Beckley, WV. Kevin Adkins of Hin- t,red Aiencon lace cutouts etched ton, hasentlistedintheU.S.Marine with pearls and sequinsadorned the Corps Delayed Entry-Program and will report to Parris Island, S.C. for train. Garlands of scalloped beaded recruit training on July 3, 1991. laceborderodthehemlineofthe skirt Kevin will be a 1991 graduate of and train. The bride chose a wreath of A]en- Hinton High School and has enlisted con lace motifs etched with Pearls for the Motor Transport Enlistment Option. that plants and animals at their births, know how tO get on in this world. so man. i, man his fellows as to how to live, the hoax. man and animals. No won- plants der on the brink of disaster. - F. J. Waldrop, Weston, WV. BPW Holds Meeting The Hinton Business and Prof, s- eional Women met July 26, at 6:30 p.m. at Something Special. Elizabeth Bare, Club President, opened the meeting with the Club Collect and Flag Salute. After the meal, Mrs. Bare introduced the guest speaker, Nesta Logan, Director of the Summers County Hospital Labo- ratory. Mrs. Logan gave an informative talk about Summers County Hospital's past, present and future transitions, changes that many small rural hospitals have experienced. She also presented a list ofthe many tests that are available through the Summers County Laboratory. After her talk she answered questions from club members. The Business meeting was opened with the previous month's minutes and treasurer's report. The Water Festival and next month's meeting were discussed. The meeting closed :!i il :iiii:~/ :i/:i!:~iiiiiiiil Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bowling with the Benediction. Celebrates.25th Wedding were present: Elizabeth Bare, Mary Garrison, Millie Meador, Mildred Anmversar' Meador, Frances Bowman, Mattie Jean Cooper, Jeannie Kraft, Clara Mann, Frances Davis, Lisa Graham, Patsy Hedrick, Enola Saunders, Agnes Harvey, Jean Pack, Donna Pivont, Amy Mann, Betty Woodrum, and Nesta Logan. Contributions Contributions For Summers County Hospital Sprinkler System- July 12 - Aug. 1. Mike Copolo For Hoescht Phar- macudicals 100.00; Hospital Sweet Shop 10.00; Hospital Payroll Deduc- tions of Employees $80.59; Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Garten 10.00; and Fred- die and Rita Plumley 50.00, Personal James E. and Barbara Halsteadfully decorated for the occassion. Bowling of Lowell, W.V. celebrated The cake was beautiful and made their 25th. wedding anniversary at by Carolyn Jones and also served by the Graham House in Lowell July her. 29. Tona Kirkham and Linda Harvey Theywereunitedinma~T~eJuly was in charge of the punch bowl. 23, 1965. The Bowlings are the paren~ of This occassion was hosted by two sons, Mitch and Brian. James', mother, Gert Cashwell of PERSONAL Hinton. Mr. Bowling holds a position as conductor for the CSX Railroad and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Wills and Mrs. Bowling is secretary for Magis- family of Cumberland, Maryland are trate Bill Jeffries. spending some time visiting their The Graham House was beauti- parents Letha and Bill Wills of Hinton. Preneed Funeral Plannin 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. Phone 130 Temple St., Hinton Mrs. Ruth Burdette of Rt. 1, Hinton,is recuperatingat the homes of her daughters in the Toledo, Ohio area; following surgery at the Cleve- land Clinic. Cards and letters may be send to me following address: Mrs. Ruth Burdette do Mrs. Linda Kothe 4949 Curtice Road Northwood, Ohio 43619 That Blessings May Shine on You... Come to Church BAPTIST Beech Run B~plfot Churah Pastor Carl Spade, Sup. Alice Bowyer, Sun. School 10, Morning womhlp 11 seaepo6nt S~lfm church N. Bcuce CroswetL Jr.. Pastor: Sunday Sena~: Joe Mcl~lde, Supt., Sunday Schont 9:45 am. Morning Worship, 11 am. Youth fellov~htp, 5:45 pro. E venlng ,~etv- ice. 7 pro. Wodr~day Service, 7:00pro, Prayer Me~ing and Bible Study. !~ Cn~k Lynn Maddy, Pastor: Sunday School 10 Lm. Morning Worlhlp 11 ,ll.m. each Sund,ay. Evening Services, Sunday al 7 p.nt Preyer meeting Wed. at 7 p.m. B Y F Sunday at 8 p.m. I~'eolm ~ Church P~ltor Dlnlll ~: Edward Cyrve, Sunday Scho~ Superln- tondonL, Sun.School 10 Lm. Mornk~ Worllh~ 11 Lrn. Ev@- nlng Sendce Sun. at 7 p.nt Prayer Meeting Tues. at 7."30 p.m.Wed. Se~ 7 p.m. C~vwy O~q~ Chu~h Red SulPhur: Ray. Rick Hondar- son. Sunday School 10 A.M. Randy Hodg~ Superintendent Morning Worlhip 11.'00 A.M. Evening Wonlhip 7:30 P.M. Wed- needey Wors~ P.M. Ray, Nathanlel Johnson: Sunday School, E. G. Crawford, Supt. 1 t a.m. Morning Won=hip EvarySun- day. Preaching 1st, and ~'d. Sundays at 11 Lm, lind 6 p.m. Centnd Pamor Robert L. Moo~:9:45 am. Church Sdlool. 11 am. Morning Worahip. 6:30 p.m. B Y F. 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Wedn~day Mid - Week Sendoe. Cheemut Gre~ Bal~btChurah Pastor: Bon~/Allen, Superinten- dent: ~ Benn~L Sunday Scto~ 10 Lm. Mombg Woahlp 11 am. Wodnmday Evening Sorlvce 7:30 p.m. Cmk'e Chq~ (R~gu~ I~l~lm Church) John S. AtkJneen, p=uqor: 10 a`m. Sunday Suhoot Sup Chedw Bowel. 11 O astor: . . Su~. Jarrm~ Keatley. Sunday School 10 A.M. Classes for aft a0m. Womhip. Se~o, 11 AM. md 7 P.M. Every Sunday. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7 P.M. J~bon ~II ~pt]M Church Pastor Pat Kounse: Sunday School 10:00 o' dock. Every Sunday. Services Sunday Night At 7.'00 o' clock.,Pal Kounse, Sunday School Sup~intendent. KesBy Swings Baptiat Church Sunday School 10 AM., Harold Me.ks, Superintendent. Llurat Creek Baptist Church FImt and third Sunday at 11:00 am., Second and Forth Sunday at 7.'00 pro.. Wednesday night Sewice 7.'00 pro., Sunday School 10:00 am. Pastor, Andy Ho~dock Uck Cr~k kplf=t Church Sunday School at lOam. Preach- Ing Service~,11 am. Every Sun. day. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7pro. Ray. Tom McGraw, Pastor, Utlfe Wolf Creek Inda~t Baptist Church, Off Rt, 12 on the Litda Wolf Creek Road. Pastor, Donald L. Hannah: Sunday School Superintendent. WayneBrown)n0, Sunday School 10.'00 affL Won~hip Setvio~ 11:00 am. Sun. Evening Service 7 pro. Youth Meeting Wednesday 6.'30 pm.Mid Week Service Wed. 7 pro. Pastor J. L. Jon~: Sun.10 am. Sunday School ; 11 am., Morning Worship;7 pro. Evening Worship; 7 pro. Wed.. Mid Week Bible Study and Praye Meeting. sunday School Superintendent Mrs. E. E. Johnlon. Sunday School 10 a.m. every Sunday. Prayer service Wednesday 6:30. Worship serv- : k~ third Sunday at 11 a.m. lilt. CCvery Fm~dl Baptiat Church. Sunday School 10:00 Lm., Pmachtng 11:00 a.m., Preaching Sunday Night 7.'00 p.m., Pray~ Meeting Wednsday 7.'00., Pastor E. R. Buck Tyree New Stdem Baptist Church Pa~or I. E. Hatch.: Sunday School 10.'00, Church 11:00 Fun- Lm. Morning Won=hlp.6 p.rrL, B Y demerit. F 7 p.m. Evening Worthlp Wed. 7 Nind~ I~mdonary p.m. PrwerMeetklg. Bapllat Church Pastor Arnold Farta~Mor. Free~t~l COOp~: S. 8. Supark'ttendant Two mile~ north o~ Ald~mlon on ~,/Brngg,SundaySchoo19:45.. the Alia Road, Sunday School 10 Morning Womhip and Children a`m.B~otiatYouthLiNIgue6p.m. Church 11 am. Sunday Morning. Ewmlng aNmdc:~= 7 p.m. I Evening Sunday Wocship 7 .'30. Rret Baptist Church I Prayer M~lng and Yo~h Mee~- Sunday School 9:45 a.~ Bruce I In0 7."30 Wodnesday. Richmond, ~pl. Morning wor-I ~hip 11 a.m., Evening Stm~e7~01 Pastor.W;.C. San'peon: Sunday p.m. Mid W~N~ Set, vice 7:30 p.m. I Schoat~q~. BilIHawks, Sunday ~ HIll B~ptlet Church School 10 a`m. Morning Worship Pastor DON Riedel: Sorvi~2rid. 11:00 A,M. Wednesday Evening & 4th. Sunday 11]00,Sunday NI0ht Service 7~0 p.n~ 7~0o. Wedn~dw N~m 7:30. Ist. & 3~I. Sunday ~vlc~= At Med~odlet Church At 8:30 P.M. Swvlm M~lng. ~,~ ~ Church c~ sinew. ~. s~ Scho~ lOLnt, Mamlng Wo~hlp 11:00 a`m. Suodey Evening 6.'00 i P.m. Wed. Ev~ 7.,oo p.~ I o,~ cm~ I E(hutn Ray ~, Jr., Pastor:.Sun- i day Sdm~ ~o am. s. S. s~. I M~,~ R~m. wor,~ip I~ ~AM tat.. 3~. ane Sin. I Sundaye Evecdng Ne41CN at 7:00 I P.M, ~nd.a nd 4th. 8undayl. Mid I Week Prayer Sarvk=e And Youth I Meatlng Each Wed. at 7:00 P.M. Rhonda/Ulna Mlmodat Church Stmeter, WV. Service even/2nd., 4th. end 5h. Saturday evenings at 7:00 p.m. River VMlie, Rt. 12 Fo~t Hill Road, Bill Jon- Pastor: 10 Lrn. Sunday Scho~, Oa~w C~imm~, Supor- Inlondant 11 Lm. Mornk~g Wor- ship. 7:$0 p.m. Evening Service. 7 p.rn. Youth Fellow=hip Thur. Role. Chap~ Ml=donery Sel~let, Cad Edwar0=, Pastor: Sunday Sdnoo110 A.M. Worship Sendo~ 11 A.M. each Sunday. Prayo~ SenSe. Bible Sarvice, Youth Me~lng Wednw=day 7 p.m. Rolfin~ur9 . a na r, astor: am. Sunday School classes for all ages. Richard Holtoran Supedn- temderd 11 a.rn. Morning Wor- ship. 7 P.M. Night Service. Sand=tone B~ptiet Church ; Pastor Eddie Johnson: Sunday I School Sup(. Bill Dean, Sunday School 10 A.M.. Morning Worship 11 AM., Evening Services 7~0 P.M,, Wed. Prayer Meeting and Youth Meeting 7 P.M, Second Taicott, F~rst Sun. Service 11 AM., Sunday at 3.'00 P.M Second sel~St Clx~ch 212 James St., Rev. Matthew Saunders, Services 2rid. & 4th. Sunday 11 /LM., Prayer Service Wednesday 6:30, Sunday School each Sunday 9:30, Mr. James Nicko~as SUPt, Mrs. Edith Goode. Assist. Ten1~l Church Robert Comb~, Pastor: Sunday School. 10 a.m. Melvin Williams, Supt. Preaching Services at 11:00 a,m. every Sunday. Up~and Baptist Church Pastor A. Angell, Jr.: Sunday School - 10.'00. Sunday Worship - 11:00, Supt,, Rudy Alien Steven. son, As~tant Supt. Rebecca Re~ rnanelioBibie Study Sunday Eve- ning 7,'00. Youth Meeting 7.'00 Sunday, CATHOLIC St Patrick Catholic Church, Mass Schedule, Sunday 9 a,m. CHRISTIAN Community Chrtstien Pastor [~)ug Hatcher: Worship Servioss Sun. 11 a.rrt and 7.'00 p.m, Bible Study 10 a,m. Wed. 7:00 p.m. First Christian Church Eddie Via, Minister: Sunday School 9:45 A.M., Moming Wor- ship t 1.130 A.M., Sunday Evening It n,m Ray. Carlton Wdson, Pastor:Serv- ices 9 a.m. Sun, School 10 &m. J~ M~ister, Hubert Groves: Sam Groves, Lay Leader, Study: 9:45. Worship 11 a.rn. Undlklo Red Sulphur. Marshall Fo*~, Pastor: Service avery second Sunday 7 p.m. every fourth Sun- day 11 a.rn. Man/Jane Memorial Pastor Reno H. Richmond: Sun- day School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Prayer Meeting 7:30 P.M. Methodist Charge Rick Beam: First Sunday & 3rd. Sunday, Brooklyn 9:15. Mr. Zion 10:15 A.M. Send Knob 11:30 P.M,, Nimltz 2nd. and 4th. Sun- day. Bethai 9"30. Pluto Marlha Chapel 11:00, Madams Creek. Mount Pl~ah Morning Worship 9:30 a.rn. Church School 10:30 &m. U M Y F Tuesday 5:30 P.M, New Hope C, Franklin Mick, Pastor: Sunday School 10~rn, Worship 1st & 3rd Sun, 11 am & 4th Sun. at 7:30pro Oek Grove C. Franklin Mick, Pastor: Sunday School at t 1 am, Worship 2nd & 4th Sun. 10am& 1st 7pro Tatcott Chm'ge C. Franklin Mick, Pastor: Forest Hill, 1st & 3rd Sundays: Well,hip 10 am, Sun. School 11 am. Tdrdty C. Franklin Mick. Pastor: Sunday School 10 am, Worship servibas 2nd & 4th Sun. 11 am & 3rd Sun, at'P S. TER,AN Centon41 e Greenville, 10 a.rrL Sunday SchooL 7:45 p.m. , Community Worship Service Bble Study, Sunday 6.'00 Youth Rrst Preebytedan (~hurch Meetin~)s 6.130 Ray.Robert H, Giaser: Sunday CHURCH OF school 9:45 & Worship 11:00 arn CHRIST 1621 Summers St, Minister, Phil lip Strattis: Sunday Morning Bible Study 10 &m. Sunday Morning Worship Service 10:45 a.m, Sun- day Evening Service 7.~0 P.M. ! Wednesday Evening Service 7 P.M. ! L~y Church of Christ ! Sunday 10:00, Bible Study 10:45. Evening Sunday 7:00 p.m., Wed- needay Bible Study 7.'00 P.M. ~lOll~ly Hill Tug Creek Road, Sunday Wor- ship 11 A.M. Sunday Evening 6,'30 P.M. Wednasday Services 7.'30 P.M. __EPISCOPAL tl &f~ First ez~d Third Sundays. Holy Cornmuniun 11 a.rn,, Sec- Prayer Meeting Wed, 7.'30 P.M. Han'e Creek Greenville, I Oa.m. Sunday School 7:45,p,rn., Corlln~nlty Worship Sennce'Kener at Lotw~ Rev. Stewart Munay, Pastor. W~X. ship Services held at 2:30 pm on 1St" and 3rd. Sunday=. McEIlenny Grassy Meadows,lO a.m. Sun- day School Worship Service on tst. and 3rd. Sundap. OTHERS 1301 Summers St. Pastor Cecil Welch: Sunday ,School 10:00A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Sun- day Night 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Night 7.'00 P.M. Hinton Go~pM T~borm~ 10~ Main Street, Lmweno Ben- natt, Pastor: Sunday SChool 10 end and Fourth Sundays, METHODIST Lm. MorningS Worship 1t:00 Lm. Youth meeting 6:30 p.m. Evan- Bell.point Charge Mifler M emorieJ Church Sd'KX~ 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sorvibo 7:30 P.M. U M Y F Wednesday 6 p.m. First United Methodist Church H~tun, WV Gerald F. Doll=on, Min- ister: Sunday School 9:45 A.M., Morning Worship 11:00 AM. Child careavailabie: Moments with chU- dmn, Wednesday Praye~ Virgil 11.'00 A.M.- 1.'00 P.M. in the Sanutuery. Wednesday Youth Club, 4.00 P.M. 6.'00 P.M., For Transportation: 466-0544 imml gelletic Servk~ 7:30 P.M. Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Jehovah's WIIm~m Sunday 10 am PulNl Talk, ~Jn- day 11 am Watchtower, Study Tue=day 7:30 pro, Thon~Uk: School Thumday 8 ~O pm Service Me=~. Jtallptng Eklnch Tabernecle Ray. Elmo Alderman, St., Paetor: David Me|on. Supt. Sunday School 9".45 a.m. Morning Wor- ship 10:45 a.m. Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service Wed. 7:30 P.M. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Beckley, Sunday Wor- shlp 9:30 a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m., 725 Dry Hill" Road. 252-5820 or 252 - 47~3., Rev, JKermeth L. Frey Mmmt Olivet Church A community church, M~v~'ns ~reek Road, 2 1,"/rnllee, W,;,=r~ A. ~, Pastor: 466429~ Sunday School 10.130 a.m. !Morning Worship 11 .'00 a.rn., Eve ~mg Servtco 7:30 p.m. EDT. Wed. ~day ( 7 p.m. EST. wtnt.r) Nai=rene IS02 Temple St. PastorRav. Robert Wisorrmn: Sunday School 10 Lm. Morning Worship 11 a`m. Evangelist Service Sunday Night 7 P.M. Thursday. Prayer and Bible Study 7 P.M. At Barger Springs. Pastor,Orvillle Meedo~t: Sunday School t0.'00 A.M., Morning Womhip 11,'00 ~LM., Wddneeday Bble Study 7:00 ~).M. Rret Chuch of God Nora Keaton, Pastor: Sunday SchOol 10 am, Morning Worship 11 am, Evaning Worship 7 prn, Wed. Evening Bbie Study 7 pm. 215 Second Ave., Hinton. RIvervlew Ch=p~ Speakers Harry Pllldngton: Sun- day. 9.'30 Lord's Table 11.'O0 Family Bible Hour. 4.'00 Junior Young Peelde. 7:30. Eventn ,S~,k~. HINTON NEWS 466-0005 BRIERS Inc. FURNITURE HInT0n 209 2nd flvlf. 466-0691 BIG 4 DRUG STORE, Ihc prescription and drug ~eeds fomctain s~rvice 466-2323 Compuments * of the FIRST NATIONAL tANK OF HINTON 466-2311 I/emir FDI~ RONALD MEADOWS FUNERAL PARLORS 466-1179 130 Temple St. Hinton I