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4 - Hinton News Tues. Aug. 21, 2012 The Hinton News Published weekly on Tuesday By The Hinton Publishing Corporation 210 Second Avenue Hinton, W VA. 25951 Phone (304) 466-0005 Fred Long Publ. - Ed USPS 246-180 Subscriptions By Mail Out of State $37.50 per year By CarrierIn Summers Co. $23.60 per year 50 Issue All other WV counties $30 (XJ per year (WV resident pay 6% sales tax) $26.00 Per Year U.S. Postal Regulatione Require Payments in Advance POSTMASTER: Send address changes to publication name and mailing address Periodical Postage Paid At Lewisburg, WV Articles submitted to the Hinton News must reach the office by Thursday noon in order to be considered for publication in the following Tuesday paper. Please include your 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 Bulletin Board must reach the office by 11 am Monday in order to be considered for publication. Jordan's Chapel OFFICE HOURS Hinton News is open Monday thru Thursday Business Hours: Men. & Tue.: 9 am to 4 pm. Wed.: 9 am to 12 pm. Thurs.: 9 am to 4 pm. Tl~e public is cordially invited to come join us the second Saturday of December, for our "Special Christmas Program." The beautiful event is sure to touch your heart and fill it with the True meaning of Christmas. A program like none other as it is presented with the t{]uch of yester year atmosphere, as we gather round the old wood stove sing ale fashioned Christmas Carols and celebrate this blessed event. The Birth of Jesus Christ. Remember!! 2nd Saturday of December 7:00 p.m. Come! Join us! be a Blessing! Receive a Blessing! True Road, True, West Virginia Nestled amidst the mighty oaks and pine trees, on the side of True Road, in True, West Virginia, is a quaint - little - country church. It's stature is small, but it's many years of service enhances it to a Giant in blessings received by those as they congregation, or regularly scheduled services, the needs of folks to still come together for special services has not gone away. Sunday, August 26, 2012, an All Day Homecoming with services starting at 11:00 a.m. and Association of Meeting Due to the upcoming holiday weekend, the Neighborhood Association of Ballengee, Inc. will hold its September meeting a week early on Saturday, August, 25th from 10:00-11:30 am at McKenzie's Meadowmist Farm on Wayside. Road. All families living in the Ballengee area (as described by those whose access driveways attended services of many kinds continuing until mid afternoon, connect directly to B allengee Road, within its hallowed walls. "Celebrating God's Love To Us" is beginning at Bacon's Mountain Jordans Chapel Church was built the theme of this years Road, but including those living on True Road in Summers County, Homecoming. West Virginia, in the year 1852. Pastor David Sneade will bring Land and the lumber for the the morning message, as theJames building was provided by brothers Chapel Choir will sing those beloved Gordon and Thomas Jordan. traditional hymns. Wood for the frame was hewed Dinner On The Grounds is with a broad axe and then mortised without a doubt the most favorite and boxed with locust pins.Anearby event of the day, as folks for many along Elkins Lane and Plantation Road and continuing down Ballengee Road four tenths of a mile past Plantation Road; those whose access road connects to Wayside Road, beginning with its junction with Ballenge~ Roadand ending at its junction with Big Stoney Creek VETERAN MUS*EUM HOURS MISSING CLASSMATES Beginning June 1 the Veteran's The Hinton High School Class of Mueeum will be open from noon to 1967 is looking for the following 4 p.m, en Friday and Saturday thru missing classmates for next year's Veteran's Day on November 11. 45th class reunion. Please contact This iB an educational museum Donna Pivont at Hinton Floral Shop which displays local, national and (304-468-3282), if you have any, international events from pre- information on any of these people: history, the frontier Period, the Maiden names are used for the Revolution the Civil War, WWI, ladies. WWII, Korea, Viet Nam, the Gulf Richard Caudell, Jerry Collins, Wars and to Afghanistan. Lola Ann Crawford, Linda Gaither, Volunteers will be available to Beverly McGraw, Virginia Will s~ assist you. Admission is free. Anna Harvey and Carol Houchins:, gohn8:32] ' 1, Objections to Baptism by Dave r, PhoD. : mi,ierp (e s, ,ontinued from last week) ' http]/www.apo~geticspress~rgAPC~ntent~aspx?categ~ry=11&artic~e=2748&t~pic=379~} (Used by permission) 1 Objection #5: "We are c othed with Christ and become His children when we place our' faith in Him." | 1 Read Galatians 3:26-27: "You are all children of God by faith in Christ Jesus for as many of you as have been baptized into Christ have put on Christ." The words "put on"/ (NKJV) are a translation of the Greek verb endue which signifies "to enter into, get into, as'l into clothes, to put on." Can we be saved prior to "putting Christ on" or "being clothed" with Christ? Of course not. But when and how does one put on Chr st--according to Paul?: When one is baptized in water. Those who teach we can be saved before baptism are, in' reality, teaching we can be saved while spiritually naked and without Christ! Paul affirms that we "put on" Christ at the point of our baptism--not before. Paul wrote these words to people who were already saved They had been made "sons.of God." But how? At what point had they "been clothed with Christ?" When were they made "sons of God?" When were they saved? Paul makes the answer to these questions very plain: they were united with Christ, put ori Christ, were clothed with Christ-- when they were baptized. Ask yourself if you have been *clothed with Christ Copyright 2009 Apologetics Press, Inc. All rights reserved. Continued next week. Paid by Shockley Hill church of Christ. 304-466-5907 304-253-9570 blacksmith made the nails. Lumber miles around once more make their Road and including Rebel Hill Road,] I I I I , for the seats was fashioned with a annual journey "home to a special and Red Sulphur Turnpike Road and " ~ ,1 " . r those whose access Is on Big Stoney I : water-powered sash saw. Some of country meal like none other". . it4 i IA the old benches, held together with In the afternoon there will be Creek Road) are invited to attend. By David Martin wooden pegs, are still in use, and special groups taking turns singing We will be continuing our In 2009, Dave Martin attempted most of the window panes are those old "gospel songs" so much discussion of Emergency '; I (~ ("d)~ ~ . (7 to reorganize the 1960s band"Blues original. The structure remains very loved by each of us. Those groups Preparedness and Disaster ~r, r r ; I ~' qL~ (~[~[,~.~) J Condition" to perform at the 40-year much the same as when it was built, planning to be there are: Management in the neighborhood, reunion of the Hinton High School with some minor changes through 1. Judy Gibbs (soloist) Specifically, we will be discussing " 13(' Ea~p& St ~J~aa, ~U~3 25951 Class of '69. Although this did not the years, such as the addition of a 2. The Brown Family ' our upcoming Community cometobe, he did rejoin forces with wheelchair ramp. 3. Mrs. Stacie Young and her son Emergency Response Team ']RTI(CE )~O.J:-.].()(~' 1 17Q (~" ] ~C~(-~ ~Q~ G~OQ lead guitarist Randy Farmer. During the War between the biichael training. For additional information ~ v- - ~ -,J-,- ,-, ~J- ,=/,J After graduation in 1969, both States, Jordan's Chapel Church was 4. Mary Wills and Bonnie Youngor directions call Elora McKenzie ~" "/! /~ ~ " pretty well went different ways. But used as a shelter and hospital for Great efforts have been made by (304) 466-1350. 'W. J|~ 3~(l/3Cj J]/~ after reuniting in 2009, theyConfederate soldiers during their Howard and Ruth Albert, Marilyn i immediately picked up where they long marches between skirmishes Lemmon and Bonnie Young, to put i Eclectic Corner ((~'aule~, .~J.g~lJIte ~t~ ~I~) left offto form the group "Lost Dog." from Union to Flat Top. together a special line up of events, I Christian ! Shortly after organizing, they picked Of the many preachers who have food, music, and a message that is I ! 'Wea e t p widia ttte t up anotherSummersCountynative, stood behind the pulpit at Jordan's sure to bless your heart. 'Special Book Store Steve Mounts of Madams Creek. Chapel Church, one of the mostsong books have been put together, CJ'L~it4~ ~f4~ a~ ~ O ,~,CP~ During the past three years, they notable was Rev. Robert Sheffey, and will be used in programs for I 200 ~ame$ Street I hav~ J~een busy.pc jn the (1820-1902).Brother S~effey, as he yearstocome.Be.autifulfanswiJ]ng.t t'ol t ri: ,~t~e?,p~~ ~i~ area:" building tl~e~r+()wn-recording is well known, was a traveling only bring you cooling comfort but : ~ ~1/~, ~.e :. studio in Princeton,an'd Currently Methodist preacher, filling in the will bless your soul as you behold i Sat. 10- 2 ~ I L~.2,e ~ e'~[.3~ {o/41~L ~ p~$~ (iue~ t~ need for congregations throughout, their beauty. There are other things www.lostdogwvband.combUilding their Webwhich isSiteat Itis reported that a child was healed we have prepared for our fam!!y andII :are here to,;,:earlcbII present a work in progress, during one of Brother Sheffeys friends who attend with us ,said |"ygiu'~url.u=.---a, il~- i "Lost Dog" is a five-piece combo. " meetings at this little old church Bonnie Young, 'but the folks will just ~ i Members are Dave, Randy, Steve, On February 12, 1980, Jordans have to join us and see for F ~h [ ~[~ ~ i~g~ ~p ~i~l[~ 011[ P~U*** ' Rick George of Bluewell, and Johnny ' Chapel Church became the First site themselves how God con, tinues to ~[ Bukkitt of Peterstown. Their music in Summers County to be placed on bless here at Little Jordan s Chapel". / C ~1[ t0 C~ ~ consists of Classic and Southern the National Register of Historic The public is cordially invited to 0 lit Rock, covering bands such as Pink Places; and Jordan s Chapel Church Come, Bring Your Favorite Covered -- . , Beech Run Be-U-" ~'h"r-" tilt Uallengee, PAStor, ~unoay I~puet Church Sieve Runnion, Pastor:. Sane Knot; Community Church , Floyd, Santana, Tom Petty, Lynyrd has also been designated as the Dish and a Lawn Chair and join us BAPTIST - . GraeeI~Chllwoh .Second MethodletCherffe PencaSprngs * Skynyrd, Bad Company, ZZ Top and 309th Historic Methodist Place. at Jordan s Chapel Church located g ' ~ '-" e" School 10 a.m Morning Worl~ TalcotL Paator Earl Jackson. Rd. Worship tst S 3rd. Sun. 9:3~ Pastor Roger Persinger. SS 10 urora ~ .~ng.ell, Jr P'astor 11 O0 a,m. Sunday Evening 6:00 Serif, re 1st & 3rd Sun. at tl am. =,m SS t0"30 Mt Zion Worship am Worship Service 1tam Youth, Blackfoot to name a few. Although Jordans Chapel at : True Road, True, WV. ~unoay~cn ~m~}u.a,mL l~.nm~p.m, Wed. EV~'7:0Op.m. Tempe lst'&3rdSun layilam, SS 10, m~tingdpm, Sun. night worship ;m,-~edl niT.l~i,l~ra~ver ~e~t ,~na ~ Grlfltth Greek, Alderlmn Church Martha ChapelWorship 2nd & 4th 7 pm Wed. night prayer meetin~ They are currently working Church no longer has an active Upcoming Events Reminder,1 " ~ w "'~Audio So~, PallOr: Sunday Bobby Reed. Pallor: Sunday Sun. 11, SS Every Sunday 10. 7:00 pm. Women's Christiar~ pm~ ~ 10 a.m. WotMlip Ser~-icel School, 10 am. Melvin Wilrmms, Mount Pllgah Fellowship meeting every first" toward returning to Summers 11:00~,m,Evening s~wv' ~s at Supt. Fh'eachingSe "cesall :0C Hilldale, Rt.3. Pastor, GlenPysell, Mon. of the month 7 pm. i ~un ~ervice o ~ u~: am 7 m W MidW Pro r m v : %, : :.-.::. 00p. ed " edk yo a s ery-~unday. Worship g"30am Sun SchooP ar of Truth Church County to play at upcommg events. Morningwomnip 11am voum and Bibles 630 m Yo~lhU ~ 1 " il " ' " ' * f~llnw,~hin =:.A=: ' =,~ ; t.~ ,: P: . - ~ . 0:45 am B be Study Thursday Barger Springs: Sunday SchoOII Their most current performance will ~ ,~ C~ ~e"T rv-ice-7Z''''=[y~'-pm vYug ,Nice"~"'='~':}~, uu Meeting wednesoay at ,:ag p.m.i f,v,ieptlst Church 5:30 pro 10:00 am. Morning Worship 11:00.1: ~'m :C ssses o. e sty ag~ g oup. Putor: Cecil Cox. Sunday School NewHope am, Wed. Bible Study 7:00 pm. [ be September 1, 2012, from 8 to 12 v m.t ~,=, ~ursery avMal~e. ~uperinlendent: Jackle R. Gill, Jr, Sam Haught, Pastor: Sunday Rlverview Chapel .' 1L p.m. at Berry's Campground on New . . .~'eX'"~." - . Indian Mills Saint Church Sunday School 10:00, Worship School 10 am Worship Ist & 3rd Speaker Avi Bastajian, Sunday,|- River Road They are looking [ 209 2nd Avenue [ ~cnoolLy'nn MaOOy. ~.aslor:lua m Morn,lgworsnippUno'a'Y Herb Miller' Pall r: S.:S. Supt. Services at. 11:00. Evening Sun 11am & 4th Sun. at73Opm. 9:30 Lord's Table ,:0O Family,! 11 a m each" e-nd'- Pr James .Keaflay. Sun. L~ hool. 10 Se nd ~ 7:00. Wed. service at Oek Grove Bible Hour, 5:30 light dinner, 6:30~| mnntinn W~tl ~atu7 n=~ =~v~w am. UlaSm f~a.agu.wonm~p. 7:go p.m. Sam Haught, Pastor: Worship al Evening Service Wed Prayer[ forward to seeingsomeoldfriends I Hinto WV 25951 Ph:(304)466-8200,S"bn-~a':~ot--=-=',~ Ssrvice, l, atn anddpm. E,ty W. RldgeF--Ill ,:30amSundaySchooll0:3Oam, Mtg. Tpm. ' .r|' there, so come on out and enjoy some Bro ~l;slB;ptlet Church =on, .raysr Mee~0g wee. 7 pro. Baptist Church. Sunday School Fifth Sunday Worship rotates Rocky Mr. I, I I oay Meaoows ~unaay .~ noo~ Pa I : star Chm:le OaniehL, Sunday am, Sunday Evening 6:00 pm. New Hips Call 466-0010 for Indian Ridge Pipestem" Buc~ Classic Rock music from the '60s, J.d~.meW~ 10:00am MomingWotship11:00 0etween Oak Grove Trinity and Community Church r ] Call ill Prayer Requests I buperlnmnoenL bun,:~cnooll Schooll0anlWoreldo~ervice tl Wed Ptav~rMeetn~ 7'00 nm' ---"- ' "- = a m Mornin Worshi" 11 " -',~ - u~;auon. ~ooowm ,-'astor. ~. ;5. 1U amtl 70S, '80S, era. . g. ~, . = -, Im, EvsNng~etvice, TpmThunL PasforFibv, Jeffe~tPerdue. Fore.Hill Worshp tl am'YouthS 6pro;|, ~vemng ;servce .~un at ~ p m Service 7 m ' ' ~ ' ' "' O t,~l~. n~.~'.t,~.~ ~t't.tV't.-.'~' P ' /~AqI=LII~P~I I/"= ~lm Haught, Pastor: Forest Hill BlbleStudy 7pm. 2ndSat./mo~,J -"=~'v';~l~:t~=t'~'::~ KINI?I~I~) n~le ~.~/'~1 rlVLI~,~ ,lit & 3rd Sundays: Worship 9:45 GospelSing, refreshments 7pro.|" BAG SALE Ro'~ .l'~h.:~"'~=~:''~ .~n ou.nday SdlOol 10 ant. St. Patrick Colhnilc Cht~:~l Mass ~m, Sun. School 10:45 am. Shepherd's Care Family ,|. ~.~,~^~'".'~"~.~ "~'~.~ I~IW~ Crook B~. let Church i SChedule Sunday 9 am. ' Trinity United Method stWorship Center I" ,a w,P'astor: Melvin wills, S. S, ' ' ream Haught, Pastor: Sunday 505 Stokes Drive. Ph: 466-0550t Loaves and Fishes is having a I Sunday Service and Children's Church--10:30 a.m ;supedn,anoentMe. ngw n= lOam Me,ni 11am Bag Sale. Come see our new Spring A.M Randy Hodg.e, Superintendent:aatkWerd. $.S. CHRISTIAN School g'45 am Worship services PastorCliffYates'Sun School lpl 11"00AM Evenn"Worsh"7:'~ ---" -- .n~ !~P. . -, Firet ltrletlenChurch =~verySun. 11am.BiblestudyWed amMornmgWorshlpllam, Wed.| Stock. I Wednesday Fellowship Groups-- 6:30 p.m. I p/~ ~);n ~ -%~ =y~rv~m. wed.~htSundaysc~g4Sam MO~.~ ,pro Ph:~0~-~=~010 7pro| P'M v DIO!e.~tu OyT.I~I iWorship 11:00 em 'Sunday B~I~D~-r~m=S~L, ' ,~." ~ 'L NOTICE I I PLEASE ~=reen ,~u~pnur ~peaaer uo~ YouthMeetinged'~ Centerville ~.; = T-~- i, f "~. " " ~. ,- uca~ ;mu. =qmt~.mmL~ i Eve~SiMeStudy Sundayd:00. rn;og! I.-.I.I1 . rtlg ~l' U]~L~ ,r EtderWilliamCatus ProTein Ph'. Meadows' ServicesS,m~,1Otc ' *" ~ ~= O~.h ~ ~, ~aa~ '1' I 30 - 66-6228 Gwen Fullen 11 am Sun N"ht 7-" Wed ~.u~=.~u.~.~. '- ' . -. . / / OUR / Open 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 4, . am.u y ~,~+ ' . ~,~' ~ nu~nt n vr t:45 pm L;ommunity Worship prescription and drug neeoslr ~,r nlM~t =-,m ' ' ' " ~'" ~"'" ~)rvk;e fountain serv:ce i cent~, u~ wo~ c~ ] CHRIST ' -, L ~ ~r~ ere ~ No Place Like The Ministry Place" Fi~t PreebytMiert Church /PUBLICATION POLICY/ II Pastor Rabbis Merdtt:9:45e.m.hrh . BaptistChurch,Bt~,PiBIor Eddi, I lln,n Rev e=lrh=lr=, R mrn. ~ -|l'~l'="ll:l~'~:' I: C. u c Scho~ :.11 a.m. Mom:n~ Harris Sunday ~ 10:00 am, 1621 Summen= St Minisle~ Jo~n Wor=h n 1~ .m w"~ ~a-~%'*,',~,~. - i B ,| " "3" ' ~ Mon~gWomhip 11.00ira. Sun, M Cam: Sunday Morning Bible 6~,m PmverMeeUnnTnm Complimentsolthe l / . does not permit us to publish items of[ worship ~'uu p m ~-vemng r ' ' " " . " "" ~ Cam liments of the I commercial nature which would be classitiedI vv.urs p=, p:m, weans=may Mm Evening Wo~lt~o 6:00 pro. Prays; Study S:30 am. Sunday Morning "lten's C;;~k FIRST [ -weeK~.erv,ce - MeeUNS.Y,F. Wed nlght'7pm, Worship Service 10:30 am. Greenville 10am SundaySchoo~ PI~klTI IDV DAklV I: ias paid advertising p~tn t;nes~mn~ve A. ~Cre~. -. SundayEwmtngServioo7:00pm. 7:45 pm.; Community Worship , / Higher newsprint and other costs; plusI Supe"r'intende~li;"" ,a;;;~ rr;=~,~"V'=,~ w~=~ =:,;.:~ !1 BI n "~ ,v Keller 8t LOWell a kenship. Sunday School 10 Even' W " 7 Wed " Member FDIC ' ' i longer press runs for circulation; dictate thati o ~ ;,~ ,~^.oh; ~ ~ ~ pro, . ~ lit Meadow Bridge Rev. Stewart McMurray, Pastor. ~' I strict editorial judgement must prevail i ,- ,; -,u ~- ~ uible study, 7 pro. ' Bible study, 9:30; Sun. Worship WOmhip Services held at 2.30 pm ~L,a, ~, u~- a r,~ -. " 1 Unsolicited items which enter this officei ~Veen~gsu~V~CTe:0~Um we ' - NIIw~ Bq~MC~" 10:30;Sun.eveNng, 7:00. on let. and3rd. Sundays. " r'l~Jpl/~l'U Mr''~UUW~ "i: " ~'" r.eliOt h ~-. nllcner: ~unoay ~tO~(ley Hill MoBlenny " I become our property, but can usually beI . .clef.on Bept!et.Churc.h School 10:00. Church 11:0(] Sun. Auern~ Worship 9:30 am Rev Stewart McMurray Pastor FUNERAL PARLORS, [ i retrieved upon publication. / ~ence~ 1/;' mlles.:>pnngs)UP Ulayton~.astor.HOn'~ran! Fundamental. Bible. Class 10:30 am. Worship Grassy Meadows, 10 em'. Sunday =.ARR=1.1 -- TQ ! . Nlmit=Ilei~ 11,15am. Wed. elbleClaud:30 School Worshi Sen/ice held at 91 Petdt, Jr. Sun. servce 10 a.m. ti h ' P / Guestedit rialsd n tnecessarilyreflectl Bapst. C ur~tPIBt~tDonMdLpm. Cllirorinto&dtrectibn1466. amon2nd, and 4th Sundays i ;;~mp;eS;re:I Ithe views f the Hint n News" I pVVU~m"~ H a m.m Ph 466-5052w~ ~venmgr ~ ~ Suoednl~ldlmtMadl ~ ~r~.a~ ~:~i~r ~r,=,"~ ' " ~ 'a . Elison. Su. ay Schoo e:4s .SiMs. OTHERS LJ A I" 1 Publisher reserves right to reject orcancelI ;cox's urmpel Mornin r hi ' ' ' ' (Independent Fundamental ChumhgHWaa~ ~ C=~hlldre~ EPISCOPAL B~,=tc~pe, n ,-/--~r~ I. DallasP onJr Pastor:.Sunda ~'~"-'4i,' Tug Creek Mt Travis Hocum lany advertisement at any time. / . eyt . Y Evening Sunday Wotshlp 6"00 Aacenalon ="=a""--I Chun=h p----- "- " Pastor Donald Hannah on I Supt Tom La ' Pm rM andYoulh ' ' ' '" i Cancellations will not be accepted byI ;scnool mb ' ~ asu~: =,ennces =,at o pm ~un R.p, tip.~ ~ m In ~l m ya ~ Mee~ $1h & Temple Sl.Wond'~o 11 em eve~ng 2 am WMLJ'FM 90.5 & 96.7I I publisher after the closing date / ;~,: ~-;;.~ n--~,o;~.=~o.m, 7:oo W!dne=day. Sunday. Holy Euc~a~t 3 time s -- ~lt~rch of the M- F at 2:05 p.m. I / The closing date and the deadline forI we(].7;""; - p.m. ~"P'rayor Meeung.'l" P 2 1/2 PIpeet~. IJ~ mo~th. Ph: 304-627-1232 UV ~ God Sundav,~.~ ,8:15, a.m. I miles past Marina, RI. 20 -. . p . . . I placing business advertisements is Friday atI county S! .c~ Pastor Roy e. Carter. Sunda) METHODIST 1~ Ml~orin~in~w:erSs~?D l~11ha ~ V"or~y~ime at'"" "1: HI. lZ I-oresl H,i SChOOl 10 a m ur~'na~ Wood~ ' 2' - ~ =" I+ 112 noon. The closing date and the deadlineI Sunday Service 10 & 11 am, & 7 11"00 ", m. ~t'l~ "~'~-~";'~ ram' u nM . ~un. 6 pm iW~.~b-=-n~-~----, m W n, m .-v- ,- -, =mme~t Ghun~ Hinton Go=psi ~ " i for placing classified advertisements is Fdday~ p ed 'ghtservice7p . Bil~7:~p.m. "" Cdon]=v~ PeMor:.Sun School TIb~namle ~: l-ann .-- ir"l iTM / mmmu~~ K Ihru.~T~ I0 am" =;:'-'L"-- 11 1 I1'11~ ~I'-'AUI- It5 I-uHr BaptlstChurch Rtt~r uuu o~.~ = ~ ~ . wvr=mpu ,~uno~eer, lem/wearneny - I YOURBUS/NESS I r~ivl 4 I , / Publisher not bound by any terms orI +1 I'~ F Sun SchOol 1C "--": ZY." "Y"?''7~ a.m' Nutseryprcvlded. Thursday Pastor Sun School 10 am YOUR BUSINESS am ~ornng Survoe 11am, . S=,lpm--,~ wo+otlooam Eve+st, .~ oo~,o ~,~, . m an~ ~m. Setumay m ~.go Wn i conditions, printed or otherwise, appearing onI Ninht Serv.-.~o --- "~ v = ""* Wed ,-,-";"" Hr. lZ rOmSlHl~l Hose j. i Maye "':. :~. :'"--7 wMcUrnc org/mi lermemodal. Vllito~ Sentice 7'00 pro. . . Bible Study Wed /"~l.J V ['- rt I tOlVIr'l~l i -r' I 0rder blanks, advertiser's forms or copyI nraver meeti,~ 6 '--- - -~'ome. BelMpol~, 111 Miller 7.00 pro. ('~l~Jl V 79 ~ t/~r ! v = '.~ ~'u"- r'a=~r:]ua.m ~m~ay~cne~ 11 ~(We H~to~ Ph" 4 1 ~ Ja.%r.~.k'.tNttn,=~e v =-, w, ,- ~ ~,~ i ' a m Morn ng Worsh,p. e pro, t (:all 466-5107 Two miles north of Alderso~ on Fv=mlnnR~n~V.= a.nn ~ -----~- ~ Sun. 10amPublicTalk Sun 11 an" i instructions when in conflict with terms andi . . * . . . 66-5 07. F ~. r=,= . . S PA E I F i conditions on publisher's rate card or policies,i theAIta Road Sunday Schoo~ 10 ~T;;;~'-~Z-~.~ .~ ~ Rl et ~ Wstchtower, Study Tue. 7:30 pro, ~, ,"- ~ ~,-, ~,~ --.~.~-, "1 am Bantst~;o~JthLeamJednm n ~ w~u=~t~;~m,~:UUlm~ Methodi~Clmmh Theoeratic School Thurs. 8:30 pr~ YUUH ~U;DINt-;D;~ | | Advertiser and advertising agency willI ~ o- '-' ' ~ Hinlm WV " ' Evening services 7 p m. C~ ~,RJckO~I11C~Sl, Mi~.: S4~ Me~/l~. 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Prayer AnvI=I:ITIqI~II=NT I i advertisements printed, and for any claimsI . . . a d Hotloran Jamesm ,rue . School t0'4 nin iv" ~pedntendaN . am Morning Rev. Tommy Mounts Pastor: Mount Olivet i arising from contents including, but not limitedI 2nd. & 4th. Sunday 9:4S, Sunday 11 " ~ Wed. 7.w pro. .5, Eve use Ice Nor~Np 7pro NightServk:e ;.'.3:;: v L.'.#="oy--~a/, i i i!o defamation, invasion of privacy, copyrightI Freedom = --~.~m m~ ,; Johnsen ~. community church Madams THIS SPACE IS FORI I infringement, plagiarism, and in the case of aI %,Ba rch ~o~ge r~lerketon, Pastor. 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