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4 - Hinton News Tues. Sept. 22, 1992 I The Hinton News Publlshed Tue-.lay ey Hlnton Publlshlng Corporatlon 210 Second Avenue Hlnton, W Vs. 2fSl o, mm Fred Long Publisher - Editor phone (3O4) 4-0005 USPS 246-180 ey Carrier SubocdpUons By Sail 25 Daily mud wlmt Tswvm u, & lat nqvv sond cm. pom P m wv Articles submitted to the Hinton News must reach the office by Fri. day noon in order to be considered for publication in the following Tues- day 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 Community Bulletin Board must reach the ofice by Mon- day noon in order to be considered for publication in that week's paper. Richard Lilly SheLLs McCallister Engagement. Announced Basil McCallister and Lois Kb/npf together with Henryand Elaine Lilly wish to announce the engagement of their children, Sheila Dawn McCal- lister and Richard Lee Lilly. The bride-elect is a 1991 graduate of South Charleston High School. She attends West Virginia State College where she is pursuing a degree in criminal justice, and is employed by Ames Dept. Store in Dunbar, W.Va. The groom-elect is a 1985 gradu- ate of Hinton High School and at- tended 3 years at Concord College. He is a Sgt. in the Army Reserves and is a Desert Storm Veteran. He is currently stationed at Fort McCal- lister Army Ammunition Plant. At the end of his tour he will return as assistant manager of Ames Dept. Stores. The wedding will be Sat., Nov. 21st. at the New Life Church in Charleston, WV. Engagement Announced Ms. Elizabeth A. Pate and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. (Sonny) Pate, both of Hinton, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mich- elle Lee, to Claude E. S. Gibson, son of Claude and Betty GibsonofFreder- icksburg, Va., formerly of Hinton. An Oct. weddingis being planned. SENIOR NEWS ACTIVITIES AT THE HINTON SENIOR CENTER Located on the corner of Second Ave. and Summers St. Partially funded by the W.Va. Commission on Aging Wed. Sept. 23 Menu: Meat & Cheese Sandwich, potato salad, sliced tomatoes, jello. Thurs. Sept. 24 Menu: Pork chops, mashed pota- toes, peas, sliced pineapple & cot- tagecheese, bread. Activities: Bingo for prizes after lunch. Fri. Sept. 25 Menu: Beef & tomato casserole, green beans, corn, wattermelon, bread. Activities: Gospel sing at 11:15am. Men. Sept. 28 Menu: Hot dog w/chili, onions, cole slaw, carrots, green beans, tater tots, fruit pudding, bun. Activities: Bible study with Eddie Johnson at 11:15am. Tues. Sept. 29 Menu: Country style steak, mashed potatoes, broccoli, jello, bread. Activities: Bus trip to Mercer Mall. Menu changes may occur due to the unavailability of foods or due to circumstances beyond our control. Pack- Thompson The R(fles Chapel Baptist Church, Seminole Road, Forest Hill, was the setting for the July 25, 1992, wed- dang of Sylvia Jean Pack, of tiinton, and Fred W. Thompson, Jr. of Bal- lengee. Jean is the daughter of Carl and Ima Jean Huffman, of Hilldale, and Fred is the son of Fred W. Th- ompson, Sr., of Ballengee, and the late Virginia M. Thompson. The double ring ceremony was performed by Harold C. Pack, of Charleston, W.Va., at 4:00 in the afternoon. Wedding music was pro- vided by Becky Pack, of Forest Hill. She played piano music, including: 'grime In a Bottle", "Through the Eyes of Love', "Forever is As Far As I Go', "We've Only Just Begun", =Tonight I Celebrate My Love", and Here and Now". The soloist was Peggy Harris, of Red Sulphur, and she was accompanied by Stephanie Harris and Angle Harris, also of Red Sulphur. They sang: "The Wedding Song , "-Household of Faith", and You Light Up My Life". The bride was escorted down the aisle by her two sons, Specialist-4 Michael Ray Pack, serving with the U.S. Army, Fort Drum, N.Y., and Mark Stephen Pack, of Hasten. The bride wore a tea length dress of ivory satin, overlaid with ivory lace, fea- turing short sleeves, and a sweet- heart neckline. This was accented with a pearl necklace and pearl earrings. For her headpiece, she wore an ivory picture hat with ivory lace and pearl trim with an elbow length veil. She carried a cascading bou- quet of gardenias, ivory roses, stephanotis, English Ivy, white pompoms, baby's breath, and en- tique lace handerchief, a gift from Kay Payne, a friend of the bride. The couple met at the altar in front of a heart shaped candelabra, decorated with white roses and greenery, and accented on either side by Boston ferns. The Matron of Honor was Teresa DeWitt, of Jumping Branch, sister of the bride. She wore a tea length dress of peach satin, featuring a fit- ted waist, sweetheart neckline, and scooped back. She carried a cascad- ingbouquet of ivory roses, pompoms, and ivory baby's breath, styled simi- lar to that of the bride. The flower girl wu Jana Th- ompson, of Waynesboro, Va., cousin of the bride. She wore a tea length peach satin dress styled similar to the honor attendant, and it was accented with ivory satin and fea- tured puffsleeves, and she wore ivory baby's breath in her hair. She car- ried an ivory basket decorated in peach and ivory. The ring besrer was Seth Th- ompson, of ]lengee, son of &e groom. The Best Man was Dean Tabor, of Marie, friend ofthe groom. The candlelighter was Chrie DeWitt, of Jumping Branch, nephew of the bde, and usher was Doug Brown, of Jefferson, Ga., nephew of the groom. The bride's mother chose a pastel floral print dress, and she wore an ivory rose corsage. The guest book was attended by Lori DeWitt of Jumping Branch, niece of the bride. Favors of decora- tive bird seed bags were distributed by Susan Pack of Foreet Hill. The church and reception area hanced with ivory pearls. Enter- werebeautifullydecoratedbyDonna twined in the bouquet was an an- Parent, and Cathy Leslie of Hinter Trust Our Experience And Knowledge Pivont Funeral Service 100 Park Ave., Hinton 466-0026 CARD OF THANKS The Family of Larry Judson Shepperd would like to thank the following: Longanacre Funeral Home, The Rev. Freddie 1". Steel, Teresa Lilly, Beth Bums, and Dr. Woods at Alder- son. Thanks, also, to family and frlends who helped In our time of sorrow. Those who sent food, flowers, prayers, and phone calls. Special thanks to our minister friend. God Bless You Aft. Mother (Theresa Pat Adkins), Step Father (Gerald Adkine), Sister (Donna Jean Jennings), Half Sister (Connie Sue Bran- don), Half Brothers (Ronald Adkins and Jimmy AdkIns). i inJ CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our relatives, friends and neighbors for all their kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of C. H. Martin. Special thanks to doctors and the nurses of Summers County Hospital. Also special thanks to all who contributed to the Memorial Fund for Portuguese Bibles for the granddaughter in Brazil. God Bless Each One. The family of C. H. Martin I I L Floral Shop. The wedding was directed by Donna Pivont, of Hi, nton, friend of the bride. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the fellowship hall of the church. In charge of the reception was Donna Pivont and Cathy Leslie of Hinton, friends of the bride. They were assisted by Beckie Martin, of Charlottesville, Va., friend of the bride, and Joyce Waltman, of Forest Hill, cousin of the groom. The bride's table and the fellow- ship hall were decorated with peach and ivory. The table featured an ivory cloth overlaid with ivory lace, and a three tiered wedding cake separated with Grecian columns, and decorated with ivory icing, and fea- tured ivory and peach flowers for trim. The cake was created by Verna Welch, of Hinton. Photographs of the wedding and reception were done by Buster Th- ompson, of Hilldale, cousin of the groom. The bride is a graduate of Talcott High School, and West Virginia Institute of Technology. She is employedbyJack D.Woodrum, M.D., of Hinton. The groom is also a gradu- ate of Talcott High School, and he is a selfmployed brick mason and contractor. Following a wedding trip to the Chesapeake Bay, the couple are residing at Ballengee. 'Round Hinton By Shirley Garten On Sept. 7, Edna Cody, and Joshua Gill, 4, both had birthdays. Opal and Doug Kraft of Hilldale had their 52nd anniversary. On Sept. 8, Jason Creed Richmond, 15, of Hinton, Earl J. Bragg of Tug Creek Mt., 82, and Timothy Sluss, Jr., of Bellepoint, 4, all had birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skidmore of Hinton, cele- brated their 50th anniversary. On Sept. 10, David(Bugs) Bowles, 60, of Southside and Ernie Cook of Jumping Branch both had birthdays. On Sept. 1I, Bill Martin, 64, of Talcott had a birthday. Larry and Kathy Fox of Southside celebrated their 10th anniversary. On Sept. 14, Marie Petry, of Hin- ton, Oscar Adkins, 10, and Judy Hanger all had birthdays. If you have anything to announce, please call 466-5787 before 8:00 P.M. .... BINGO Bingo every Thurs. night, start- ingat 7:60 P.M: at the Moose Lodge. Concession available. Mini and maxi jackpot. Children can play if accompanied by an adult. J 00iiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii00il;iii!iiiiliiii00 ii00ii00il00 i iiii i ii iii;i:00: , Hold Awards Ceremony Ted Smith, Pres. of the Hilldale-Talcott Ruritan Club with Carl Huffmand (L) and Robert E. Via., Sr. (R) displaying plaques re- ceived for 25 years of faithful service to the Ruritan. The Hilldale-Talcott Ruritan Club After the ceremony, refreshments recently held an Awards Ceremony and fellowship were enjoyed by Jo honoring Robert E. Via, Sr.andCarl and Bill Halstead, Charles and Huffman, the only two remaining Mildred Allen, Jean Thompson, members in the club who signed the Mark Pack, Teresa, Lou and Chris original charter in 1967. The hen- DeWitt, Tully Larew, Ashby and orees were presented plaques corn- Elizabeth Mann, Unie Bennett, memorating twenty-five years of faithful service. Club president Ted Smith opened the ceremony by asking the Rev. Harshberger to lead with prayer. The two guest speakers for the service, which was held at the Mt. Pisgah Methodist Church, were Charlie Allen and Tully Larew. Mr. Allen is a member of the Bluegrass Ruritan at Pickaway and past Presi- dent of Ruritan National. Mr. Larew is a member of the Greenville Club and Foundation Chairman of lower W.Va. When asked his thoughts about Ruritan Mr. Via answered =I always look forward to the meetings. It's like one big happy family.  To the same question Carl Huffman an- swered "Iql try for another twenty- five years if Mr. Via will.  Denver and Nola Lilly, Theresa Boone, Alice Boone, Robert Via, Ell- cry, Donna and Brad Wykle, Carl and Ima Jean Huffman, Helen Ford, L. C. Snyder, Sr., Arnett A. Willey, Ray K. Rudisill, Marlene and Lisa Rudisill, Rev. and Mrs. Robert Harshberger, Alice and James Monroe and Ted and Gladys Smith. COMMODITIES U. S. Government Commodities { of cans of tomatoes, peanut butter, 5 lb. bags of flour and pounds of butter will be distributed to income eligible residents of Summers County one time each month as long as items last. Stop by Loaves and Fishes, 127 Ballengee St. MWF from 10AM to 2PM for more details. 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 mig ht have.., now or in the future. RONALD MEADOWS FUNERAL PARLORS 130 Temple St., Hinton Phone 466-1179 That Blessings May Shine on You... Come to Church Indian Milla Rotlinaburg Baptist Church D.L. Stainaker, Pastor: 10 a.m. BAPTIST tlst Church $uImandam, Aloe Bowyer, Sunday  I0, Momlng w. s . N. t,o C/tMWelI, Jr.. Past: Sunday : Joe McBride, S.. Sunday School 9:45 am. Mom/ Wershlp, 11 am. Youth fekw4hlp.S :4S pro. Evanlno Swv- i, 7  Wedmday 8ervlde, 7:001 Pmer M and Bibkl Swdy. mS Cmk Lovl Wiaiams, Paat: Sun School 10 Lm. Morning Worsh 11 &m. each Sunday, Pray moellng Wed. at 7 p,m. B Y F Sur,lay  S p.m. Ikom l church Paato DenVl blamm: Edwer C)m, Suray SU Sup,n- tandanL, Sun,Soh( lo Lm. Mom Womhip 11 a.nt Eve- n  Sun. at 7 p.m. Pmye Mo4tln 9 Tces. at 7:30 p.m.Wed, Se'e 7 p.m. cvy Bapvat Chuh Red Sulphur: Roy. Rick Hond. n.   0 A.M. Ftay  SuanQm Momlng Wofll, hp 11,'00 A.M. Ewlmg WocMdp 7:30 P.M. Wed. mmclay Wohlp 7:30 P.M. AO. Nathanl Jche: Sunday Lm. Moml Wonlhlp Every Sun- day. Preamk tat. and . Sunda M 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Cemnd Pamo Robert L Moo: 9;4 a.m. CII 11. 11 I.Ill. Morning W0tlltil S0 p.m. B Y F. 7:0 p.m. Evon Wodp. 7 pat Wlnol/Mid - Week , Clolm reve kmcrch Pmto. Benny Aen. Supedntan- da: Loll knne Sunday 8 t0  Momln0 Worship 11 am. Evaln0  7:3{: Wed" Ev,e Ch7:30 p.m. (R,0uW eq)u c,) Jo s AgdnN. PMr'. 10 a.m. Sunday stdd, 8Upt Kl KInz. t la.rrt Mombql Wo41NP. S p,m., O Y F 7 p.m. Everng WoJhp Wed. 7 p.nt . r-movdlf Two mk8 noah el Aldamon o me k'ta Road. ikday S,  0 lu'n. S4iMIM YOUIh S0UO 6 p.m, EYeing 141oe8 7 p.m. Rm Ik Clutch ,   w. shp 11 Lm,.EwNngBafvlooT:0 .m. Mid Week 8er, doo 700 p.m. Fom 14n aapU Churm uW Jon F, Elwdo: 2nd. 1 4. Ikeday 11:00, S- Steve Hoock, Pastor: S. S Sup(. James Keatley. Sunday School lOam. Cresses for aft ages Worship. Service, 11 am. and 7 pm. Every Sunday. Prayer Meet- mg Wed. 7 pro. Keatley Swings SaiP4ist Church Sunday Schoo 10 am, Heroic Moeks. Superinterknt. Lamol Creek Baptm Church First and thkd Sunday at 11 :OC am., Second and Forth Sunday at 7.'00 pro., Wednesday nighl Service 7.'00 pro., Sunday School t 0.'00 am. Pastor, Andy Howdock Uck Creek Bot Church Sunday School at 10 am, Preach- ing Servic,l 1 am. Every Sun. day, Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7pro. Rev. Tom McGraw, Pastor. Utl Wolf Independent Baptt Church, Off lit. 12 on the Little WoN Creek Road, Pastor, Donald L. Hannah Sunday School Superintendent. i Wayne Browning, Sunday School[ I0,O0 am. Woml'o Se4ce 11:001 am. Sun. Evening Service 7pm. I Youlh Meeting Wednesday 6:30 I pro.Mid Week Service Wednes- day 7 pro. u-odow Creek Pl J. L. Jones: Sun.IO am, Sunday School ; 11 am., Mornin Worship; 7 I Evening Worship 7pro.Wednesday, Mid WeekBibl( Study and Prayer Meeting. w Gnmk Rev. William Ca'tar: Sunday School Superintendent Mrs. E. E, Johnson. SundayS lOa.m, every Sunday. Prayer service Wednesday 6."30. Worship serv- Iol thkd Sunday at 11 am. Mt Cv R Freewill Baiat Church. Sunday SchooJ 10:00 am., PrlchJng 11:00 am., Preaching Sunday Night 7:copra., Pray Meeting Wednsday 7:00., Pastor E. R. Buck Tyreo New Salem Bapt Church Pastor I. E. Hatcher: Sunday Suhao 10:00. Church 1 t:00 Fun. damanlaL NImliz Midonery Balat Church Pastor Arnold Cooper: S. S. Superintendenl K]foy Stag0. Sunday Schoo49:45., Morning Wohip and Chren Church 11 &m. Sunday Morning. Evening Sunday Worship 7:30, Pmyw Mng and Youth Meet. Ing 7:30 Wednesday, Grow Pastor W. C. Saneon: Sunday SchoolSupt,, 11 HavAul, Sunday SOhoot 10 am, Morning Worlht 11 :{X) a),,,needay Evonir Servloe 7:30 pro. Sunday Shool cassas for all ages. Richard Holoran Superin- tandant 11 am. Morning Worship. 7 pro. Nght Service Sandstone Baptist Church Pastor Eddie Johnson: Sunday School SupL Sii[ Dean, Sunday School 10 am., Morning Worship 11 am., Evening Services 7:0(3 pro., Wed. Prayer Meeting and Youth Meeting 7 pro. Second Talcott, First Sun. Sarwce 11 am, Sunday at 3:00 pro. SeCond Baptist Church 212 James St., Rev, Matthew Saunders, Services 2nd. & 4th. Sunday 11 am, Prayer Service Wednesday 6:30, unday School each Sunday 9:30, Mr. James Nickoas Sut. Mrs. Edith Goode Assist. Temps Church Robert Combs, Pastor: Sunday School, 10 am. Melvin Williams, Supt, Preaching Services at 11:0C am. every Sunday. Upland Baptist Church Pastor Mike Ballard - Sunday School t0:00, Worship Servicas at - 11:00. Bible Study Sunday Evennc 7:00. Wed. at 7:00 CATHOLIC St Patrick Catholic Church, Mass schedule, Sunda/9 am. CHRISTIAN Community Christian Pastor Doug Hatcher: Worship Services Sun. 11 am. md 7."00 pro. Sible Study t 0 am. Wed. 7:00 pm. Rrat Chriatian 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 GHRIST , Hinton 1621 Summers St. Minister. Ken- seth Dunn: Sunday Morning Bible Study 10 am. Sunday Morning Worship Service 10:45 am. Sun- day Evening Service 7:00 pro. Wednesday Evening Service 7 pro. Lay Church of CIv'iet Sunday 10:00, Bible Study 10:45, Evening Sunday 7: pro, Wed- nasday Sable Study 7.'00 pen. Shockley Hill Tug Creek Road, Sunday 10 am Bible Study, Worship 11 am. Sun- day Evening 6 pro. Wednesday Servcas 7 . EPISCOPAL Johnson 4inister, Hubert Grove: Sam 3roves, Lay Ldor. Study: g:45. Norship 11 am. LJndlldo qed Sulphur. Marshall Fewer, astor: Service every 2nd Sun- :lay 7 pro. every 4th Sunday 11 lm. Mm/Jane Mare)Hal astor Rend H. Richmond: Sun- :lay School 10 am. Morning Wet- ;hip 11 am. Evening Prayer leeting 7:30 pro. Methodist Charge 5am Groves: First Sunday a 3d. unday, Brooklyn 9:15, Mr. Zion 10:15 am. Sand Knob 11:30 pro, iNimitz 2nd. and 4th. Sunday. Be- thai 9:30. Pluto Martha Chapel 11 .DO. Madams Creek. Mount Pisglh orning Worship 9.'30 amChurch ]choo110:30 am. U M Y F Tuee- :lay 5:30 pro. New Hope . Franklin Mick, Pastor: Sunday 3chool 10am, Womhip 1st &3/d "un. 11 am& 4 7:3Opm. Oak Grove . Franklin Mick, PasZor: Sunday 3chool at 11 am, Womhip 2rid & tth Sun., 10 am& 1st Sun. at 7pro Talcott ge .2. Franklin Mic Pastor: Forest -fill 1st & 3rd Sundays: Worship 10 am. Sun. School 11 am. Trinity 3. Franklin Mick, Pastor: Sunday oo 10 am, Worship services nd & 4th Sun. 11 am& 3KJ Sun. t 7:30 pro. 2.,i1, lOom. Sunday School h45 pro, Cun WII 3ervtce Rrst PrNbytedan Church ev.Robert  Glaser: Sunday School 9:45 & Womhip 11 :CO am 3 i rayer Meet'rig Wed. 7:30 pro. Nen'e CrIk 3reenvilie, I 0 a.m. Sunday School ?:45 pro., Con',mn Worship ervice. Keller it Lawatl ;ev. Stewart McMurray, Pastor. Norship Service hd at 2:30 prn )n 1st. and 3rd. Sundays. McBlenny qev. Stewart McMurray, Pastor. 3rassy Meadows,10 am. Sunday 3chooL Wor ship Sorvioz hold at 9 zm on 2nd. and 4ttt Sundays. Bennett  Chap qev. Ead Brewer: Servicee, Sat. 7 )m. Sun, Schee110:30 am, Sun. /aning 7 pro, Wed. 7:30 pro. I-listen Church of God 1301 Sumnw St. Pastor Cecil Nolch: Sunday School 10 am Morning Worship 11ore Sunday qight 7 pm Wed. 7 pm Hinton Gospel Tchernace 102 Main Stmat, Lawrence Ben- et, Past: Sunday School 10 zm. Mornings WonslVp 11:00 am. outh meeting 6:30 pro. Evangel- stlc Service 7:30  BINe study Nadnesday 7".30 pro. Jehovah's Witnoee 3unday 10 am Public Talk. Sun- day 11 am Watchtower, Study rueay 7:30 pm. Thoeemtlc 3chool Thursday 6:30w'nService Jumping Brunch Txurrmc qev. Elmo Alderman, &r., Paslo: avld Molan, Supt. Sun. School :45 am. Mornin 0 Worship 10:45 . Youth Fellowship 6:30 pro. Evening Worship 7:30pro. Pralu" ,3er' Wed. 7:30 pro. Lutheran Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Becktey, Sunday Womhip 9:30 am. Sunday School 11 am, 725 Dry HI Road. 252-5820 or 252 - 4793. Rev. Kenneth L. Fray Mount Olivet Church A community church, Madams Creek Road, 21/2 mis, Wiliiam A. Thor, Pastor: 466-4299 Sunday School 10;00 ant. Mor ing Worship 11:00 am, Evening Sennce 7:30 pro. EDT. Wednes- day ( 7 pm EST winter) Na,mrene t602 Temple St. PastorRev. Robert Wisernan: Sunday School 10 8.m. Morning Worship 11 am Evangelist Service Sunday Night 7 pm Thursday. Prayer and Bible Study 7 Jlxingo Commuty Church Pastor Roger Perlnger. SS 10 am. Wohip Sorvk111am, Youlh rnee'g s pro, Sunday night wor- sh 7 wn. Wed. night wayer meeting 7:30ptrt Wona,chds- tian Folldwh meeting ever/first Men. o the month 7 pro. Pillar of Tmh Church At Barger Springs, Pastor, Meadows: Sunday School 10:00 am, Morning Worship 11:00 au Wednesday Bit:de Study 7,'00 pro. Rivervw Speakers Harry Pilklngon: Sun- day, 9,'30 Lord's Tab 11:00 Family Bible Hour. 4:00 Junior Voun 0 Peop, 7o. Evanln C Sv. Sm Run Ch*p On Rt 12 near For HitL Ama- Paator: E|u'l Hiasom, Jr. SS lOm, n Momg Woe*hip  am. Sendce Fd. 7:30 pm HINTON NEWS 466-O005 t3ftIEttS Inc. FuRnITURE HlnT0n 209 2nd Ave. qBfi-0Bgl BIG 4 DRUG STORE, Inc prcrotion al drug aee foumain service 466-2323 CompUmeats of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF H]NTON 466-2311 Member DIC nl RONALD MEADOWS FUNERAL PARLORS 466-1179 130 Temple St. Hlnton 11 am: First and Third SundayS, Holy Commur,on 11 am., Seoond and Fourth Sundays. METHODIST Bellepoint Charge Mliler Memorial Church School 10 am. Morning Worship 11 am. Eve- ning Service 7:30 pro. U M Y F Wednesday S pro. Rrat United Melhodist Church Hinton,  Eileen Sctw, eider, Min- ister: Sunday School 9:45 am, Morning Worship 11 :OOam. Child cede avaliab|e: Moments with chil- dren, Wednesday Youth Club, 4:00 pro. 6:(X) pro., For Transpor- tation: 466-0544 Roy Lee Honak, Jr., James Chae# at True Pastor; Sunday @:hoo4 10 am. ).ev Ca:ltenWiis Pastor'SOrv- WohtpSMoN=hSurI '9:, sun s,hoo loam ice, Youlh MN(ing Wad. 7 Wn. dayNloht 1I0, let t rd.Sundty I Memod Church AI  Chumh l .WV. Swk=oevwy 2nd It;:$0 P.M. 8 Meatk. 14th. and 5th. aturday evenings Qmss IlalXlOt Chwch let 7:0opm. Om Ix, Pmoc l mrvaty 8moe110a, rn Momln 0 Wonp I Rt. 2 R)mt Hm lad. m, Jan. 11Oa,n,,.SmMayEwmlng(L'(X)Jldn Pastor: 10. a.m. Sunday p.m. Wed. EvenMg 7:00 p.m. Schee4, Sial Hun'4rays, Suped n-   11 l.m. Morning Worship, EqnRH,k.Pmoc8un. o pr Evanln0 Senile. 8.'3o pro. day 8cltool 10  8. 8. Supt. Wed.YouthFidlowshlp7pmWed, N 110  IlL, 3td. Imd 51h. Ilee (qel Missionary 8undl EvoNng  M 7:0C P.M, blL Imd 4h. Ikqkq MkJ Wink lWl 8awk And Youth p lenilWat7 It