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4 -Hinton News Tues. Sept. 8, 1992 Lete= tbmRted to the toa News muK mh the off'me by Fri- clay noon in order to be mmdclered for publication in the following Tuu- daypaper, lee Lnelude your name and a phone number where you can be roached duri businmm hours. The Hinton News rmrv the right to edit any nmtertai amd r timt articles cannot be returned. Items for tim Community Bulletin Board mast muh the otk i Men. day noon in order to be emudred for publication in that weeks paper. SENIOR NEWS ACTIVITIES AT THE HINTON SENIOR CENTER Located on the corner of Second Ave. and Summers St. Partially funded by the W. Vs. Commission on Aging Wed. Sept. 9 Menu: Fish w/tarter sauce, toma- toes, buttered potatoes, chocolate pudding, cornbread, Activities: Blood pressure clinic - Sandstone - 10am- Ipm. Legal Aid Attorney. Nutrition Advisory Council Election at Sand- stone Senior Center. Thurs. Sept. I0 Menu: Mixed beans, onions; spin- ach, sliced peached, cornbread. Ac- tivities: Bingo for prizes after lunch. Summers County Council on Aging Board of Directors Meeting 1;00pro. Fri. Sept. 11 Menu: Annual Senior Picnic at Camp iors are asked to bring a dish. Anyone needing transporta- tion should call 466-4019, ask for Margaret Johnson. Men. Sept. 14 Menu: Chuckwagon Patty w/ gravy, green beans, mashed pota- toes, applesauce. Activities: Bible study with E ddie John son. 11:15am. Tues. Sept. 15 Menu: Bakedham,broccoli, sweet potatoes, lemon pudding, biscuits. Activities: Bus Trip - Mercer Mall. Menu changes may occur due to the unavailability of foods or due to circumstances beyond our control. Amou Gem. H/eke Birth Announced Marsha A. and Ames M. Hicks, of Sandstone are proud to announce the birth of their son Ames Gene Hicks, born Aug. 1'0, 1992 at 9:49 a.m. in Humane Hespital, F=irlea, W.V=L Amos weighed 6 pounds 13.4 ounces and was 20 inches long. Marawnal grandparents are Pa- rticle and IAwis Calea of Sandstone. Paternal grandparents are Sue and Eune Hicks of Hilldale. Maternal Great Grandmother is Gsarldine Wood of Sandmtor. Paternal Great Grmuh"athor is Miksl Griffith of White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. board games, Mr. & Mrs. Jon Cook JOHNSON - Sarah Ann Johnson and Jon Royal Cook were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony performed on Aug. 11, 1992 by Rev. Kidd at the United Methodist Church in Nar- rows, Va. Sarah is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Donnie Johnson of Matoaka, W.Va. Jon is the son of Carrie O. Cook, Hinton, WV. and James E. Cook, Pluto Rd., Beckley, WV. Sarah is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McKinney of Rock, WV. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson of Mill Creek, WV. Jon is the grandson of Ocie Cook of Hotchkiss, W'V. and Robert O'Bryan of Hinton, WV. The bride chose for the wedding COOK an ivory gown of satin and lace. The gown was adorned with alarge satin bow on the back. Her bridal hat was also adorned with a large bow and veil. Her bridal bouquet was of white carnations entwined with baby's breath, ivy, and satin streamers. The couple was attended by Der- rick and Missy Leslie ofHinton, WV. and were married before immediate family members. The couple is residing in Hasten, WV. where they are both continuing their education at Concord College, Athens, WV. On Sat. Sept. 12, 1992 Jon and Sarah will be entertained with a Wedding Reception and Household Shower. " An intelTigenman neversnU6san__.=,_ --Vauverng If you need to lose weight it may help to follow these rules rec- ommended by dietitians: Never eat anything except at mealtimes; eat with a knife, fork and spoon; and never finish a mouthfu' of food without pausing to chew it slowly and thoroughly. I Qualified Staff I { Quiet & Efficient Service r Pivont Funeral Service 100 Park Ave., Hinton 466-0026 CARD OF THANKS The family of Mamle J. Buckland would like to thank all their friends, neighbors, and relatives for all the flowers, food, money and their many acts of kindness and sympathy shown to us during her recent illness and death. Special thanks to: Dr. J. D. Woodrum, Dr. R. Arthur Gindin and staff of Princeton, Dr. T. Jimenez, 2nd. floor nurses and aides of Summers County Hospital, Paramedics Dennis Willis and Mike Flanagan of OH-9 Ambulance, Rev. D. D. Elwell, Ray Pivont and Pivont Funeral Parlors. May God Bless Each And Everyone Of You. Remands and David Madison, Dennis and Nellie Robertson, Kim and Nickalous Robertson, Sisters, and Brothers OF .... CARD THANKS The Family of Ruth Reliford would like to thank everyone for the love and support during the illness and death of their morn. I would like to especially thank Dr. Richman and the nurses at the Sum-- mers County Hospital. May God Bl-ess all of you. George, Rose and Carolee ReHford ,,ii , i i , ,,,| , Michael Johnathon To Perform Concert Tour Here America's Troubadour, folksinger Michael Johnathon, brings his =Dreams of Fire" concert tour into W.Va. on Sat., Sept. 12, at the Mou n - tain Music Festival in Pipestem. Johnathon, who is on a national crusade to restore and reinvest the image of the folksinger for the 21st century, is performing fresh on the heels of the premier last week of his music video =Techno-Folk" on The Nashville Network. "Folk is the most important form of music in America."says Johnathon, =and it's the most mis- understood. The image of the bal- ladeering coffeehouse singers of the sixties, the whiny political and preachy songs of protest are NOT my version of Folk. Folk to me is big and exciting and arena level/ To underscore this belief, Johnathon recorded his "Dreams of Fire" album with a rock band and a xt ' iece symphony section, earn- ]nglrevew from an Associated Press music critic as "... Dylan meets the Moody Blues'. Johnathon has performed to over two million people and has been headli ned by Billboard Magazi n e an d an "... UnSung Hero" for his many concerts on behalf of the environ- ment, the homeless, farm families and peace movements. Johnathon performs Sat. at the Mountain Music Festival in Pipestem. Over 20 performers from the USA and Canada will also par- ticipate. Daily admission on the grounds of the Appalachian Folklifa Center is $5. Food and Parking will be available. Call 304-466-0626 for more information. 'Round Hinton By: Shirley Garten On Aug. 31, Doris Lane, of Madams Creek, Jenny Bennett, 35, of Jumping Branch, Lucinda Ward, of Hinton, Michael Andrew Bennett, 26, of Madams Creek all had birth- days. Doug and Lily Mae Gill of Tug Creek Mt., celebrated their 17th. anniversary. On Aug. 30, Judy Adkins of Madams Creek had a birthday. On Sept. 1, Christine Adkins, 54, Joel McGraw, 7, of True, Gary Pack, of Pipestem, Andy Ward, 22, of Chestnut Mt., Leonard Young, of Madams Creek, Norman Shanklin Jr., 11, Norman Ray Shanklin III, 52, all had birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crook ofHinton celebratedtheir 25th anniversary. Debbie and Nor- man Shanklin of Falls Church cele- brated their 15th. anniversary. On Sept. 2, Becky Jones, of 3rd. Ave. in Hinton and twins Dorothy Montgomery, Tx.and Charles PetTy, of Oh. and Lorenzo Brown, 41, of Hinton, all had birthdays. Anyone with anything to an- nounce, call 466-5787 before 8:00 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. SAW OUR MO6",hrANS Save Our Mountains meetings are held every first Thurs. of every month at Loaves and Fies at 6:00 P.M. 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 sewing 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 MEADOWS FUNERAL PAR 130 Temple St., Hint0n Phone 461179 .... I" I That Blessings May Shine on You... Come to Church |,I I Indian Mille Rollinaburg Jooft IJ BAPTIST Sunday  10, Morning wet. t et Chur N. Bcuo Cmowetl, Jr.. Pastor'. tmty : Joe Mcbride Soot., Sunday Scm)o 9:45 am. Morning Worsh, 11 am. Youth Iowil'#mm` Evern Serv. . 7  Wy SeN 1 7 01t Prayer Mo 0rod Be study. mc. Lovo WlliWnL P=ml: Sunday 11S1 0 ar MomlnO Worship Lm. each Sunny. Pmy' rfakl Wed. iI 7 p.m. B Y F Sunday at S p.m. m  Chur Pamm Oarr Hwrm: Ecm) Cy Sund=y Scho Suln. MMkI., S.S)OI 10 Lm. Mom Wmhtp 1  am Eve- T.s. m 7:30 p,m.Wed. 7 I.m. vy llmm Chur  Str: Ray. R/ok , tan. Sundy School 0, A.M. wonp Ho A.M. Emng Wohip 70 P.M. Wed- mmoy Womb@ 7:3O P.M. Cmmm Aev. Nmbam Jotma: Sunday . ,. . Slr m 11 am  6 .m. Cornel Ctlmch S@hO0. 11 ILm. Mocnig W0mhlp. e:30 im` B YF. 7.'00 pa SvwW wo. 7 .r Clztnut Omvo Pamto: Ekmny Attn. Splmen- :  Zkmmt Sunday t0&m` Morning Worlh   Ew Smvtco 7o WL E efvk 7:30 p.m, Gook'o Alklmm, Prom: 10 am. Sundy ameer lkm.KKz. H a Me lag W'ldMp. $ .m`, B Y F 7 Two mm mth o o on tm AU Ao.  scm lo luch SIV  k4 am` Omce Rmm Sut  W- p Mi@ Wollli SleAoe 7:00 i m` rm Hm al Chw Pallor Jon IF- El: Se4om 8oom  Chuh At lk=h= t0 J. Moml Womhtp 1 tOl, eu Ewmlng s:0  8ho tO a $. e. S{mt mv tm wa bm m .o  tin., . ano m, tunmltmmw mat 7 PJL kt ,. S.eM. ei ptmt Church Steve Howdock. Pastor: S.S. SUP(. James Keatley. Sunday School 10 an. CLasses for ag ages Worship. Service, 11 am. and 7 pro. Every Sunday. Prayer Meet- ing Wed. 7 pro. Keatiey Swings Baptist Church Sunday School 10 am, Harold Meeks, Superintendent. Laurel Creek Bptl=t Church Fimt and thkd Sunday at 1 t am., Soood and Forth Sunday at 7.'00 pro., Wednesday n,gh! Service 7.'00 pro., Sunday School 10:00 am. Pastor. Andy Uck Creek Baptist Church Sunday School at 10 am, Preach- ing Servces, t t am. Every Sun- day. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 pro, Ray. Tom McCaw. Pastor. Uttm Wol( Creek Indent Baptist Church, Off Rt. 12 o the Little Welt Creek Road. Pastor, Donaid L, Hannah: Sunday chool Superintendent, Wayne Browning, Sunday Schoot I 0:00 am. Wo hip Service 11:00 am. Sn. Evening Service 7 pro. Youth Meetmg Wednesday 6:30 pro.Mid Week Service Wednes- day 7 pro. { Meadow Creek Pastor J. L Jones: Sun.10 am. Sundly Shoo4 ; 11 am., Morning Wship;7 pro` Evening Wohip; 7 pro` Wedrmday, Mid Week Bble Study and Prayer Meeting. Measlow Cnmk I Rov. WiMam Caner: Sunday School Superintendent Mm. E. E. Johnlon. Sunday School 10a.m. I*y Sonday. Prayer ae)co Wodnelday 6:30. WOhip serv- k; thkd Sunday t 11 am. Mt Calvary Freewill Bapt= Chuch. Sunday School 10.1)0 am., Peaching 11:'00 am., Preaching Sunday Night 7:00pro., Pmy Meeling Wednsday 7 0., Pastor E.  Buck T New Salera iat chwch Por L E. Hatcher: Sunday Scho(N 10.'00. Church 11:00 Fun- damonlaL Nintz nlry Baplt Chmdl PAOr Arnold Coooe: S. S. Supertendent IQ#by Bra. SunQW Schoo{9:4 S., Worship end Children Church 11 tin. Sunday Morning. Evening Sunday Worship 7:30. Pmyw Meeling and Youth Meet. Ing 7:30 Wednesday. Pine Grow Pmm W. C. Sampson: Sunday Sdloo Su., BillHawluk Sunday Sdoo 10 am. Morning Worship 11;00 am, Wednesday Evening Seed 7:30 pm. Rhond Ann= Church Stmete, WV. Semceeve/2nd., 4111. and 5h. Saturday evenings %ver Wlly Rt. 12 Feast Hill Road. Bill Jen- Pmt: 10 &st Sunday =hoo Std Humph, Suped ] leaden; 11 an% Momlng Womhlp.' SlX Even0 . S,'30 pro. 1, Roy tee r, Jr.. PIIIIW. Sundalt SCOO4 10 a,ql, WoelNp Sect4ot 11 am. (kqch SUr ky. Prayer Suevk. ebb Se ks, Youth Moel Wed. 7 p D. L. Stalnaker. Pastor: 10 a,m. Sunday Schoo classes for all ages R,chard HoHoran Superin- tendent 11 am. Morni Worship. 7 pro. Night Serwce. Sandstone Baptist Church Pastor Edd Johnson: Sunday School SupL Bill Dean, Sunday School 10 am., Morton@ Worship 11 am., Evemng Services 7:00 m. 1 W(, Prayer Meeting and Youth Meeting 7 pro. Second Talced, First Sun. Servk:e 11-am Sunday at 3:00 pron. Second Baptist Church 2t2 James St., Rev. Matthew Saunders, Sewices 2nd. & 4xh. Sunday 1t am, Prayw Service Wednesday 6:30. Sunday School each Sunday 9:30, Mr. James Nickoas Supt. Mrs. Ednth Goode AssiSt. Tempa Church Robert CorWos, Pas!or: Sunday School, 10 am. Melvin Witliarrm, SupL Preachmg Services at 11:00 am. every Sunday. Upland BopUet Church Pastor Mike Ba}lard - Sunday School 10:00, Worship Services at - 11:00. Bbte Study Sunday Even r 7:00. Wed. at 7:00 CATHOLIC St. Patdck Celotlc Church 9 am. Community Christie Pastor Doug Hatcher: Worship Services Sun, 11 am. and 7:00 pro. Bible Study 10 am, Wed. 7:00 pro. Rral ChriaUen Church Eddie Via, Minister: Sunday School 9:45,am, Morning Wet. ship 11 .'00 am., Sunday Evening Bble Study. Sunday 6:00 Youth ' CHURCH  HRIST Htnton 1621 Sumrrrs St. Minister, Ken- neth Dunn: Sunday Morning Bible I StuW 10 am. Sunday Morning Worship Service 10:45 am. Sun- day Evening Service 7:00 pro. i Wednesday Evening Sefwce 71 pmn. Lay Church of Chrhlt Sunday 10:00. Bible Study 10:45, Evening Sunday 7: pm. Wed- i nesay Bible Study 7.'00 pro. Shouldoy Hill Tug Creek Road, Sunday 10 am Bible Study, Worship 11 am. Sun- day Evening 6 pro. Wednesday 11 am: First end Third Sundays, Hob, CommuniOn  1 am., Seoond and Fourth Sundays. Bellepolnt Charge Mifle Memorial Church School 10 am. Morning Worship 11 am.Eve ning seneca 7:30 pro. U M Y F Wedr'$day 6 pro. Rrot Us/ted Methodist Church Hereon, WV Eileen Schneider, Mi kilef: Sunday ScroD4 9:45 Mom Womhip 1t:m. Child cateavaHabkK Monlonls with ch- dren, WedneSday Youth Club, 4.'00 pi 6.'00 prn., For Tranapor- talk>n: 466-0544 Janms Chapel at Tcuo Rev.Crkon Wion.Pastt:Sv- ioes Sam. Sun. School lOam. Minister, Hubs1 Gtoues: Sm Covos, Lay Leader. Study: 9:45. Worship 11 am. Undl4dt Red Sulphur. Marsh=all Fowi, Pastor: Sen/k om/2nd Sun-' day 7 tom. every 4th Sunday 11 I am. Ma Jmm Mmmxil Pastor Rend H. Richmond: Sun- day Schoo| 10 am. Mornth9 Wor- ' ship 11 am. Evening Prayer Meeting 7.0 pro` Methodist Charge Sam Gloves: Firm Sunday & 3rd. Sunday, Brooklyn 9:15. Mr. 10:15 am, Send Knob 11:30 pro, l Nimitz 2rid. and 4;h. Sunday. P thai 9:30. Pluto Ma#lha Cha@e 11:00. Madams Creek. Mount Pkch Morning Worship 90 amChorch Schoo| 0.30 an U M Y F Tues- day 5:30 pro. New HoPe C. Franldin Mick, Pastor: Sunday Schoo 0am, Womhp 1 & 3rd Sun. 11 amn & 4th Su. &t ?;30pro. Grove C. Franklin Mick, PMtor: Sunday School at I am, Wohlp 2rid & 4th Sun., loam& 1 un. Id 7 I1 TelBit Charge C, Franklin Mic Pastor: Forest Hill, Ist& rd SurKlays: Worship 10am, Sun. Schoo 11 am, T,Inlty C. Franklin Mick, Pastor: Sunday Schoot 10 =m, Wo 2r & 4th Sun. 11 am & 3d ,m. at 7:30 pr Grnv. I 0 am. Sunday ache04. 7:45 9m. C, ocNqty Worlthlp First Pmt}lmm c School 9;45& Womh 11:00 am Prayer Mltr Wed. 7:30 Nen'e merNi,e, lOam.Sunday Scho 7:4S pro., f WofllNp sek:e. Keil al LOW Ray. Stewart Mdurray, Pastor. Worp Swvk Mid m 2:3o pm on Ist. end 3gi. Sunday1, - MBionny Roy. $warl McMurray, Pmt. mmy Meadov,10 am. Sunday Scho. Woht Sen4ol Mld it 9 v. Ea,'t Briner: vlmm, S. 7 =rn, Sun. School 10;30 mn, Sun. evenlng 7 pro. Wed. 7:30 p#t Hasten Chtm:h 1 God '1301 Summom St. Pastor Cecil Wedch: Sunday  10 am omg WomO Ham Summy Night 7 pm Wed. 7 I1 I.imon Ood T=omge t0 Main Sims,  Ben- ri't, Pmlo: Sunday  10 am. Momlr Wo,'mp H :00 am. ,o w eao Ew, ,stic SeNice 730 pro. Bble study Wednelday 7:30 Jehovl'e W11nmm Sunday 101m PUIN T, m- Tuey 7:30 pen, : Men, SuPt- Sun.  :4S . M  m:S Yoih Flowlbip S;30 "v, W Woh ?0pm` Pmvw c0Wmf. 7:30 - . Good St'm LuUmm Chinch, Sucay. Sunday Womhip oc ant Sunday Schol 11 ant 72 D HIU Reed. 2f.r0 m l. 4793. Rw. Kenneth L. Fray Ollwl Chwdt A oommonW chu M=lmm Creek Road, 21/2 milu, WIIlam A. Themes, Pate: 44m.,m. I Sulay S mooam. Morn-{ ing Wohip 11:00 am, Evonlag Soem 7:30 It EDT, Wednm. day ( 7 pm EST wktte Nmmrm 1602 TnlNo St. PastorRev.: Rotm W'mm: Sunday School i o Lm. Momn Womhlp t imJ Ev sec. son0w Nm 7 pm Thursday. Prayw end B4bil Study 7 pro` Pen Sprine Por oger Peng. SS  am, Womhip Serdoo 11 am, YOUt moeg s  Sumy .; shlp 7 p W. nghl pmy rasping 7Opnt Women't Ch. Idol.  the nh 7 pro` PUlar  Tnh Chml M: Sunday Scheol 10 Morning Worship 11:00 Vn, Wedn BI04o mudy 70p Rtvmkzw Cqlm4 Sinews Hony Ildron: SUw y. 0 Lom T 1 Fw BZ Hour. 40 Junla Young Pe 7:30. Evo SW,x, nm Ct . 12 mr Fot HIL Am. Putoc. gad Hlena, J. M 10 Sol Flt 7::I0 pm HINTON 466'0005 BRIERS Inc. FURNITURE HinT011 209 2ud f/vs. 466-0691 BIG 4 DRUG STORE, Inc 46 i Complimemm of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK O1 HINTON 466-2311 Mmmbe IV FUNERAL PARLORS 466-1179 130 Temple St. Hlnton ^, ,,