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4 - Hinton News Tues. kpt, 14. 1993 HI IIIII lllllllnl III IIII The Hint0n News Published Tuesday By The Hinton Publishing Corporltion 210 Second Avenue Hinton, W Vs. 25951 C,=wJ MJr Fred Long Publisher - Editor Phone (304) 466.0005 USPS 246.180 By Carrier Sublcrlp41ons By Mall 25 Daily laWV s14,14 p= Out of stow tl S. I RNdre in Mvm Second Class Postage Paid At Hinton, W i iii i i I Articles submitted to the Hint.on News must ,vacb the office by Fri- day noon in order to be considered lbr publication in the followtngTues- day paper. P]easoineludeyour name ahd a phone number whom you can be reached during business hours. The Hinton News reserves the right to edit any material and regrets that articles can not be returned. Items for the Community Bulletin Board must reach the oflco by Mon- day noon in order to bc considered for publication in that weck'a paper. 'Round Hinton By: Shirley Garten On Sept. 3, Verona Dick, of Sand- stone and Shiela Marie Willowby, 23, of Oakvale both had birthdays. On Sept. 4, Opie Matthew, in the Hilldaie nursing home and Debra Burdette, 35, had birthdays. On Sept. 8, Jason *Creed Richmond, 16, Hinton, O=ie Cales of Hix Mt., Earl J. Bragg, 83, of Tug Creek and Harold Cashwell, 72, of Hinton, all had birthdays. Couple Celebrates 50th Wedding Anniversary John and Gussie Medley of Hin- ton, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Men. Sept. 13th. They were married in Hinton. They are the parents of five chil- dren. 700:Wedding Set ..... Sammie Crook and Regina Cain would like to request the presence of friends and neighbors to their Oct. 2nd. outdoor country wedding at 3 PM at the Roy Crook Rocky Mr. Farm at Nimitz. Picnic reception will follow. Ya'all dress comfortable and come on down! MOPS Mothers of Preschooler=. Who: Mothers and children from birth to first grade. Vat: Fun, friendship, learning, discu=dons, and crai for Morns, also MOPPETS for children. Where: Miller Memorial Methodist Church. When: The lst meeting is scheduled for Sept. 16th. from 9 - II:30 A.M. Meetings thereafter will be the third Thurs. of every month through May. Cost: $4.00. Contact: Susan Bo- land (466-4894) or Wanda Cale (466- 6320). The Heart of MOPS is Caring. An estimated 10.5 percent of the Earth's surface is glaciated all year. Our welcome mat is out. Visit us during our open house on September 24. Free Gifts ... Refreshments Drawings for Prlzeslll :::::: .... Ann H. Gore 210 Ballene St. Hinton,.WV. 466-1075 INSURANCE Class of 1973 Holds 20 Year Pictured front row left to right: Mary Carol Holbert, Nellie Buckland Robertson, Debbie Sears Bragg, Debbie Barker Saw- yers, Janet Williams Dully, Patty RatHff Reed, Debbie Bragg Wright, Lila Bowles Meadows, Brenda Lilly Garcia, Sally Garten Harem, Teresa Sea, Brenda Ramsay, Millie Ward Nelson. Second row left to right: Mark Cole, Dave Dobbins, Louie Ratliff, Steve Stokes, Ray Gill, Teresa Grimmett Mann, Sharon Haskins, Aleasa Lester Bennett, Lou Ellen Patrick Pack, Susan Ames Osborne, The 1973 Class of Hinton High School held their 20 year class reun- ion on July 30, 31 and Aug. let. The 3 day event was kicked off with a get together on Fri. evening at Wiltowwood Country Club. Class- mates and guests enjoyed an eve- ning of fellowship and reminiscing. Highlight of the evening was when former classmates Kathy Lilly Bragg, Susan Me,an Coins and Debbie Sears Bragg brought out photos of the 10 year reunion and some old school pictures of years ago of former classmates. On Sat. night a dinner/dance was held at Willowwood Country Club. Upon arrival classmates registered and were given name tags which were pictures taken from the 1973 year book. A table with old darts, school papers, old pictures and uni- forms of classmates were on display for everyone to look at and enjoy. The ding room was beautifully decorated with balloons and flower arrangements using the class colors of purple, violet and white. Before and during the dinner, pictures of classmates and a group picture was taken by Fox Photogra- phics. Farron Young gave the invoca- tion before the dinner was served. Art & Humanities Grant To ...... EcoTheater Playwright .? Lakin Ray Cook of the Arts and Humanities Section of the Division of Culture and History recently announced a grant award in the amount of $1,750 to EcoTheater of Lewisburg. The purpose of the grant is to enable three EcoTheater Playwright- Directors to pursue collecting sto- ries (oral histories) so they can write new scenes or a new play for Eco- Theater performances. The money will help defray travel and other expenses incurred in the course of research and writing. The three Playwright-Directors are Kathy Jackson of Hinton, who has been with EcoTheater for fifteen years; Judy Walker of Mullens, who has been writing and performing for ten years; and Martha Asbury of Lewisburg, who has been writing and performing for four years. Each Playwright will create at least three new scenes, which will then be pre- sented at performances throughout the state. EcoTheater, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation founded in 1975 by the ]ate Maryat Lee, and the name is now a registered tradename, with six seed companies in five states. EcoTheater is sponsored in party by your private contributions, which are tax deductible. Call 304-645-2443 for booking, performance, and work- shop information. The man who writes about bimself aml his own time is the only man who writes about all I'ople and about all time. ---George Bernard Shaw i ii i INnMEMORY II Cries you are go e but in i i!:i ! i:i ill: II our heart we really miss you. iii :i:i i ii I IJYou always been there. No ii ii I II I Ilone knows how much your !i ii!i ! !!  I [t family and everyone misses i! i [ J i  [ ;i [I you. But one day on Sept. 05, ii !i!i::! [ i!! j [I 1992, we never have forgot- iii ii I iJ lit-you, i iiiiil i !i i I ) l] Your sisters and brothers ! ::::i ! !:: ) !ii life just anempty home. iliii) i : !! II Love, : iilil !i :il iil Brothers, sisters, Dad,step ::  ii:ii i!i ql Pivont Funeral Home 100 Park Ave., Hinton 466-0026 Montgomery Starts First Year Studies Class Reunion Sarah Weaver, Donna Lilly Rollyson, Linda Vest McKee, Kathy Lilly Bragg, Jackie Harvey, Anita Richmond Phillips, Thomas Sea, Cookie McClung, and Johnny Richmond. Back row left to right: Andrew Foster, Farron Young, Kitty Smith Brown, Dennis Robertson, Wayne Caul, Dewayne Smith, Bobby Willey, Eugene Amiek, Ricky Ford, Kenny Allen, Gary Lowe, Susan Moten Goins, Mary Carol Jones Senay, Boogie Smith, and Tony Plumley. After the dinner, Master of Cere- monies Bobby Willey, thanked ev- eryone for coming and then Farron Young asked a moment of silence in memory of 6 classmates that are deceased. After the memorial serv- ice, awards were given out for the one traveling the farthest, changed the least, changed the most, least hair, most gray hair, married the longest, married the most recent, most grandchildren and most chil- dren. After the awards the class then enjoyed music by DJ Vince On Sun. a picnic was held at City Side Track Park. Classmates and their families enjoyed an afternoon of food and riding the water slide. The Reunion Planning Commit- tee wouldlike .to inform l class- mates that ordered a =]VIen0ry0k" that they are still working on the book. Any classmates that didn't order a book, but would ike to order one please contact one of the following planning committee members for more details: Susan Coins, Kathy Bragg, Debbie Bragg, Nellie or Dennis Robertson, Ray Gill, Mary Martin, Millie Nelson, or Patty Reed. David Montgomery of Hinton has started his first year studies at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. One of 70 members of the WVSOM Class of 1997, Montgom- ery was chosen from an applicant pool of 1815 candidates. Montgomery received his bache- lor of science degree in chemical engineering from West Virginia University. He will receive his Doc- tor of Osteopathy degree in 1997 upon successful completion of the WVSOM educational program. During his first two years of medical school Montgomery will study basic sciences at the Lewis- burg campus. His second two years will be spent on clinical rotations. Montgomery is the son of M.Tf and Peggy Montgomery of Hinton. WVSOM is one of fifteen osteo- pathic medical schools in the U.S. The osteopathic medical philosophy focuses on preventive and primary care medicine. 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 MEADOWS FUNERAL PARLORS 130 Temple St., Hinton Phone 466-1179 That Blessings May Shine on You... i i B.APTIS T Run Oalk=, Churoh Orbra B. AngelL Jr., Pastor Sun- day 10am, Mom Serv. k11 am. Night .lrace 7 pro, Wed. nigh( prayer meeting 7 pro. t ikk, Church N. Bruce craswell, Jr., Pastor: Sunday Sen,,k: Joe McBride SupI,, Sunday Soho(d 9:45 am. Morning Worship, 11 am. Youth fellewthip,5:45 pro. Evening Sere. ks, 7 pro. Wednesday Service, 7:00 pro. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. Lovell Wtllian. Pastor: Sunday Schoo 10 &m. Morning Worsh: 11 &m. each Sunday. Pray nating Wed. at 7 p.m. a Y F Sunday at 6 p.m. ooks  Church Pastor Derrefl Rmn: Eoard Cyrus, Sunday School Superin- lenda., Sun. 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Lm. Eve- nlng Servioa Sun.at7p.m. Prayer Melng T. at 7:30 p.m.Wed. Servi 7 p.m. Cvery Ipli=t Church Red Sutphu: Rev. Rick Hendat. s, Sunday  10 A.M. Randy Hedge, Superintendent I Morning Worship 11 .'00 A.M. Evening Worship 7.'30 P.M. Wed. nasday Worship 7:30 P.M. C=um Ray. Nathanlel Johnson: Sunday I Sermon, E. G. craword, Su, 11 a.m. Morning Worship Every Sun- day. Preaching 1st. and 3rd. Sun at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Central Pastor Rohert L Moore: 9:45 a. m. Church School 11 a.m, Morning Won=hlp. 6:30 p.m. B Y F. 7:( p.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m. Wedneeday Mid - Weak Seeks. Cite=rout Grove Bptieth Palter: Benny . 8uperintan- chat: Lowell Bennett. Sunday Scho, 10 a.m. Momb0 Womhip 11 Lm. Evening Service 7:30 Wed. Evening Sek:e 7:30 p,rn. cook', (Regular BaSis, Chumh) John S. Afldnson, Pealer: 10 a.m. Sunday School Bupl. Kyle Kinzer. 11 &rn. Morning Wo,11;hp. 6 p.m., B Y F 7 p.m. Evening Womhip Wed. 7 p.m. Prayer Meellng. Feemst" - Freewill Two rdtas north of Aideror on the Aa Road, Sunday School I0 &m. Baptist Youth League 6p.m. Evening selvtcas 7 p.m. Fbst Baptist Church Sunday Sohool 9'.45 Lm. Bruce RiChmond, supt. Mom wer. mpll Ev7=o p,m Mk# Wei 7:( P  Edww 2I. & 4th: Sundy II0G. Bun- mee= z=t Ch==h D en. Pllm, Sunday School 10 =.m,,Mdg Wohip 11:O0 &m. Sundly E'ventng 4LO p.m. Wed, Evening 7:00 p.m. Grlffilh Edwin Ray Has, Jr.,Pmto:S un- day School 10 a.m. 8. S: SulX. Melvin Ryan. Worshtp Sen4cas At 11:00 AM teL, 3rd. and 5th.: Sundays Ev(mingeend(ee at 7 P.M. 2rid. and 4th. Sundays. Mk Week Prayer Service And Youth Meeting Each Wedneeday at 7.'0 P.M. Come to Church Indlen Mille chch Steve Howdock, Pastor: S. S, Supt Jazzes Keatley. Sunday School 10 am.Classes for all ages. Worehip. Sen,ice. 11 am. and 7 pro. Every Sunday. Prayer Meet- ing Wed. 7 pro. Keefley Springs Baptbt Church Sunday School 10 am, Harold Meeks, Superintendent. Laurel Creek B=pda, Church First and third Sunday at 11 :OO am., Second and Forth Sunday at 7.'00 pro., Wednesday night Service 7.'00 pro, Sunday School 10.' am. Past(x, Andy Howdock Uck Creek Ipdat Church Sunday School at 10am. Preach- ing ServFcas, l l am. Every Sun- day. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7pro. Ray. Tom McGraw, Pastor. UtUe Wel Creek Independent Baist Church, Offl Rt. 12 on the Lltlle Wolf Creek Road. Pastor, Dona L. Hannah Sunday Schoo Supe(mtendent, Wayne Browning, Sunday SChooU 10.'00 am. Worship Se,ice 11:0C am. Sun. Evening Service 7 pm. Youth Moating Wednesday 6:3 pro.Mid Week Service Wednas- d,W 7 pro. Meadow Creek Pastor Paul Holstein: Sun. 10 am. Sunday School ; 11 am.. Mornin! Worship; 7 pro. Evening Worship; 7 pro. Wednesday, MidWeekBible Study and Prayer Meing. PAt. C=dVlm/Freewill Balist Church. Sunday School 10.'00 am.. Preaching 11 .' am., Preaching Sun Night 7:00pro., Prayer Meeting Wednsday 7.'00., Pastor E. R. SUck Tyree New B=plbt ch Pastor I. E. Hatcher: Sunday School 10.'00. Chwch 11:100 Fun- dameaL Ntmitz Ml=donery Baptist Church Pastor ArnoM Cooper: S. S. Superintendanl Kltl0yBragg. Sunday School9:45. Morning Worship and Children Church 11 a.m. Sunday Morning. Evening Sunday Wolhip 7:30. Prayer Meeting and Youth Meet- ing 7.'30 Wedn4day. Pine Gove Pastor W. C. : Sunday SchoolSupt., BlllHawks, Sunday School 10 am. Morning Worshtp 11 ,'00 am. Wednesday Evening Service 7:30 pro. Rhonda Anne Memod Church 81Neff, WV. wviceevery 2nd., 4th. and h. Saturday evenings m/:00 . RIvr Valley Rt. 12 Forest Hifl Road, ll Jan- kin=, Pastor: 10 &m. Sunday School, Sd Hunreyl, Supedn- terent 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 6 pro. Evening Se4ce. 6:30 pro. Wed. Youth FeIowsl'd,o 7 pm Wed. Services. Roles Chapel Chm'ch Jeff Cantedry, Pastor: Sunday School 10 am., Calvin Marlin Supt Morrng Service 11 am. Mid week Service 7 pro. Youth Meet- ing Sun. 6 pm. , i , Rotlinsburg O. L. Stalnaker, Pastor: 10 a.m. I Sunday SchoO classes for all ages. Richard Holloran Superin- tende 11 am. Morning Worship. 7 pro. Night Service. Bandstone Baptist Church Pastor Eddie Johnson: Suray School Sul. Bill Dean, Sunday School 10 am., Morning Worship 11 am. Evening Services 7.'00 pro.. Wed. Prayer Meeting and Youth Meeting 7 pro. Second Tatcott, First Sun. Service 11 am Sunday at 3:00 pro. Second Baptist Church 212 James St., Rev. Matthew Saundars, Services 2n. & 4t, Sunday 11 am, Prayer Service Wednesday 6:30, Sunday School each Sunday 9:30, Mr. James Nicholas Supt. Mrs. Edith Goode Ass. Temps Church Robert Combs, Pastor: Sunday School, 10 am. Melvin Williams Supt. Preaching Services at 11:00 am. every Sunday. Upland Baptist Church Pastor Mike BaUard - Sunday School 10.'00, Worship Services at - 11.'00. Bible Study Sunday  7:00. Wed. at 7:00 CATHOLIC Church, Mass Schedule, Sunday 9 am. ----cRRrs-'rF/ Community Christian Pastor Doug Hatcher: Worship Services Sun. 11 am. and 7:00 pro, Bble Study loam. Wed. 7:00 pm. Firs/Christian Church Eddie Via, Minister: Sunday School 9;45 am, Morning Wor- Ship 11 00 am., Sunday Evemm Bible Study, Sunday 6:00 Youth CHURCH OF CHRIST Hinton t621 Summers St, Minister, Ken- neth Dunn: -Jnday Morning Bible Study 10 am. Sunday Morning Worldlip Service 10:45 am. Sun- day Evening Service 7.00 pro. Wodneeday Evening Service 7 pat Lay Church of Christ Sunday 10:00, Bible Study 10:45, Evening Sunday 7:00 pro, Wed. nesday Bible Study 7:00 pro. Shockley Hilt Tug Creek Road, Sunday 10 am able Study, Worship 11 am. Sun. day Evening 6 pro. Wenasdal 7 -. EPISCOPAL 11 am. First and Third Sundays, Holy C, omnnion 11 am., Second and Fourth Sundays. METHODIST Dellepoln t Charge J. R. (Bob) Hashberger, Pastor: Miller MemOrial, 109 Miller Ave. Sun. School 10 am. Sun. Worship 11 am. Wed. Bible Study 7 pro. Rrst United Methodist Church Hinton, WV Eiiasn Schneider, Min. islet: Sunday School 9:45 am, Morning Worship 11:00 am. Chi cmeavaUabio: Moments with chil- dren, Wednesday Youth Club, 4:00 pro. 6:(: pro., For Transpor- tation: 466-0544 James Chapel at True RaY.Car/ton Wio. Pastor:serv- ices 9 am. Sun. School 10am. Johneort Minister, Hubert Groves: Sam Groves, Lay Leader. Study: 9:45, Worship 11 am. Lindside Red Sulphur. Matshatl Fowler, Pastor: Service every 2nd Sun- day 7 pro. every 4th Sunday 11 am. Mary Jane Memorial ;'astor Rend H. Richmond: Sun. School t0 am. Morning Worship 11 am. Prayer Meeting 7:30 pm. Methodist Charge Sam Groves: First & 3rd. Sunday, 3rooklyn 9:15. Mr. Zion 10:15 am, Sand Knob 11:3Opm, Nimitz 2nd. nd 4th. Sun. Setha 9:30, Pluto artha Chapel 11:00. Madams ,3reek. Mount Pisgah -tillda]e, WV Rt. 3, Sun. Worship :30 am. Sun. School 10:45 am. Wed. Bible Study 7 pro, UMYF -nd & 4th Sun. 6:00 pro. New Hope 3. Franldin Mck. Pastor: Sunday School 10am, Worship lsl & 3rd Sun. 11 am& 4th 7:3Opm. Oak Grove C. Franldin Mick, Pastor: Sunday School at 11 am. Worship 2nd & tth Sun.. 10arn& 1st 7pro Talcott Charge C. Franklin Mich. Pastor: Forest Hill. 1st & 3rd Sundays: Worship 10 am, Sun. school 11 Trinity C. Franklin Mick. Pastor: Sunday School 10 am, Worship ServiCeS 2rid & 4th Sun, 11 am & 3rd Sun. at 7:30 pm. PRESBYTERIAN Centerville Greenville, 10am. SundaySchool. 7:45 prn, Community Worship Service First Preebytedsn Church Ray.Rebel1 H. Glaser: Sunday School 9:45 & Worship 11 .' am Prayer Meeting Wed. 7.'30 pm. Hsn'a Creek Greenville, 10a.m. Sunday 7,'45 pm,. Cnmun/t'y Worlhip Service. Keller at Lowell Roy. Stewart McMurray, Pasto. Worship Services held at 2:30pro ; on 1st. and 3rd. Sundays. McElleny Rev. Swet McMurray, Paslor. i Gassy Meadows,10 am. Sunday School. Worship Sen4ce held al g R. Earl Br:Sk. 1. 7 prn, Sun. School 10 ,-Sun. evening 7 . Wed. 7:30 . Inton Church of God t301 Summers St. Pastor Cecil Wech: Sunda' SChoo/ 10 am Morning Worsllip 11am Sunday Night 7 pm Wed. 7 pm Hinton Gospel Tabernacle 102 Main Street, Lawrence Ben- nett, Ptor: Sunday School 10 am. Mornings Worship 11:00 am. Youth meeting 6:30pro, Evange6 istic Service 7:30 pro. Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 pro. Jehovsh's Wlmees Sunday 10 am Public Talk, Sun- 3ay 11 am WatchtoweL Study Tuesday 7:30 pm, Theol.ratic Schoo( ThursdayB:3OprnSeNice eeting. Jumping Branch Teberrmcle Ray. Elmo Airier men, Sr., Pastor: David Me,an, Sup,, Sun. School :45 am, Morning worship 10:45 am. Youth Fellowship 6:30 pm. Evening Worsh/p 7:30pro. Prayer Service Wed. 7."30 pro. iii Luffwran Good Shepherd Lutheran Chumh Beckley, Sunday Worship 9:30 i am. sunday  11 am, 725 Dry Hill Road. 252-5820  252 4793. Rev. Kennath L Ftey i A Mount Olivet Church community church. Madanl Creek Road, 2 1/2 mile=, Wllflarn A. Thompson, Pealer: 466-429 Sunday School 10:00 am. Mom- i ing Worship 11 :(X) am, Eyeing Service 7:30 pm. EDT, Wednes- day ( 7 pm EST winter) N=zmm 1602 Temple St. PtorRev. Robert Wlsoman: Sunday School 10 a.m. Momlng Wonhlp 11 am Evangelist Service Sunday Nigh1 7 pm Thursday. Prayer and B;ble Study 7 pm. Pence Sprtnos Community Church Pastor Roger Pemin0er. S 10 am. Worship SeNioe 11 am, Youlh meeting S pro, Sunday nl War- ship 7 wn. Wed. n;ght pry masting 710pm. Woe'sieur- tian Fellowship meeting evy flt Men. o( the month 7 pro. Plller of Truth Church At Barter Swings. Patltor, Meadow=: Sunday Schoof 10:00 Morning Womhlp I 1 0 am, Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 pro. m Chapel Speaker= Harry Pilldngton: Sun- day, 9:30 Lord's Table 11:00 Family Bible . 4.-o0 Junior Young People, 7:30. Evening Gospel Service. Spruce Run Chapel On RI. 12 neat Forasl HilL Aria- Pastor;Earl Hissom, Jr. SS 10 am Morning Worship 11 am. Gospel Service Fd. 7:30 prn ttINTON NEWS 466-0005 ttt t t it BRIERS* Inc. FuRnITURE HmT0n .209 2rid five. 466-0691 BIG 4 DRUG STORE, Inc preacrio, and founla seric, Compliments of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HINTON 466-2311 Member FDIC t RONALD ME/OWS FUNERAL PARLORS 466-1179 130 Temple St. Hinton ] Sc Fai a for Bt'c oft ofl \\; se pu Prt th, Bi 16 b Q C al bl 8: N | k L a B i! P a P I", P a