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4- Hinton News Tues. OCt. 12, 1982"" [ The Hinton News Published Tuesday &apos; By the Hinton Publishing Corporation 210 Second Avenue Hinton, W. Va. 25951 Richard MInn General Manager Phone (304) 466.0005 USPS 246.180 By Carrier Cents Daily Subscriptions By $8.40 Per Year U. S. Postal RepiaUons Require Payment In Advance. Second Class Postage Paid At Hinton. W. a. Wednesday Club Holds Meeting The Wednesday Club held its October 6, i982 meeting at the home of Mrs. R. A. Thompson of Greenwood Avenue. The business meeting was called to order by Mrs. Nad- ine Vass, President, with the pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag and the Club Collect, Minutes of the last meeting were read and appro- ved. Different committee re- ports were also given and cor- respondence read. A report was given concerning the District Conference held at the Green- brier West Sool in Charmco, WV., with our club winning 6 ribbons in the Arts Gategory. A invitation was extended to all delegates to attend the South- "err District Coiference to be held at Pipestem October 1, 1983. A new member, Mrs. Howard Vicki Lynn Ellison Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ellison wish to announce the engage- Creed, was welcomed into the ment and forthcoming marr- club. iage of their daughter, Vicki Anna Laura Waid ant- Lynn to David Wayne Starl- reduced Mr. Jim Allen of All- mg son of Mrs. Giadys Star- en's Floral who presented a ling and the late Milburn St- very interesting and inform, t- arling all of Princeton. ire program ooncerning silk Ms. Ellison is a 1981 grad- flower arrangements, uate of Princeton High School Memherst: Mrs. G.S. and now attends Bluefield St- Alderson, Miss Dorothy Jean Boley, Mrs. Scott Briers, Mrs. W. A. Brown, Mrs. John Cobb, Mrs C. E. Fife, Mrs W. H. Harrison, Mrs. N.C. Kesler, Mrs. Isobelle Maddy, Mrs. W. G. Meador, Mrs. Russell /Iill- Mr and Mrs. Gerald K. Ri- or, Mrs. R. C. Osborne, Mrs. T ehmond of Alderson proudly L. Read, Mrs. D. W. Ritter, announce the birth of a daugh- Mrs. R. A. Thompson, Mrs. ter, born September 24 at 8:17 Herbert Vass, Miss Anna Lau- A.M. at the Summers County ira Waid, and Mrs. Howard Hospital. She weighed 5 lb. and 'Creed. Two guests, Mrs. Rank- in Boone and Mr. Jim Allen. Talcott Area Seniors To Hold Meeting services from the program. It would provide an opportunity for area residents to rind fell- owship and take on projects of mutual interest. If sufficient interest and need Senior Citizens from the Tal- cott - Hilldale - Ballengee area will be holding a meeting at the Methodist Church at Talcott on Wednesday, November 10th. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss the possibility of are established it may be poss- forming a Senior Citizens club ible in the future for a senior in the area The club, if org- center to be established that aniz.ed, would meet once a could be open one or more days lnonth for a covered dish di- each week. Possible sites for nner, club meeting andspec - such a center and activities of ial program or activity of a interest will be discuased at the recreational, educational or meeting. service nature. Area residents age 55 and The establishment of a club older are invited to attend this in this area would enable the organizational meeting on Nov- Senior Citizens Program to be ember 10Oh. The meeting will in a closer contact with older be proceeded by a covered dish persons in the area who might luncheon at 12:00hoon'i be in need of information or ............. Jumping Branch News They are members of the Bluestone Baptist Church. Mrs. Virginia Herring and daughter Mrs. Jean Miller of Union, Monroe, Co., were re- cent visitors in the home of Mrs. Vergie Deeds. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Rich- mend quietly observed their 57Oh wedding anniversary Sun- day October 3rd at their Ju- mping Branch home. Mr. and Mrs. Richmond were married in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Gray October 3, 1925. Roy. A. L. Cole a methodist minister per- formed the wedding ceremony. They have lived all their life at Jumping Branch. He is now retired after forty years of. Mrs. Manford ( Zettie) Young of Shady Springs former residents of Jumping Branch is a patient in the Olarleston General Hospital at  report. service with the C & O Railroad She underwent major surg- Co. They are the parents of six ery on October 3rd and is sons, Bernard of Jumping Br- reported to be w.xy much im- anch; Robert, of New Port proved. News, Va. ; Jimmie, Shady Sp- ring; Denny and Glenn of Joe- Mr. and Mrs. Arlo  of unsek, Mich.; and Paul of Hampton, Va. visited during Hope- the weekend his sister and wll, Va.; 17 grandchildren and 8 brother - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. great - grandchilden. Raymond Hall; Senior Birthday Party Held The time for another birth- day party rolled around and was held Friday at 2:30 at the Selfior Center in Hinton, when a party honoring all senior citi- zens having a birthday in the given month is celebrated on the first Friday of each mon- th. They are honored by the Nutrition Program as being seated at a special table dee- orated for the occasion with vases of flowers, napkins dec- orated in the birthday motif and a small gift for each one, and served a good delicious nutrititmal dinner. After the meal there is always someone who has done the honor of baking and presenting to the seniors a large birthday cake decorated in the birthday mo- tif. This time, Mrs. Ruby Wheel- er did the honor The birthday guests were : Mr. Bill Ferg- I uson, Mrs. Gladys Thompson, Mrs. Ruby PetiT, Mrs. Gloria  Moten and Mr. Pearl Wheeler. Mr. Wheeler being the oldest of the guests was giver a gift and Mrs. Ruby Petrey next oldest drew the lucky number for the door prize. ate College. Mr. Starling is a 1980 graduate of Princeton Hi- gh and also attends Bluefield Stale They are presently em- ployed at K - Mart of Prince- ton. An open church wedding is being planned for December 18, 1982 at Johnson Chapel Bapt- ist Church, Princeton. Birth 15 oz. She has been named Amber Dawn. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gone Wicldine of Cle- veland, Ohio; Mrs. Syble Ri- chmond of Clayton and the late Arley Richmond. REVIVAL SERVICES RIVERVIEW CHAPEL 16th & Temple Oct. 10- 15 MESSAGES ON:- We can haveRevival! The Unavoidable Christ. What are people saying about Hell? What's the purpose of Hell? 7 Things the Return of Christ wiii mean to the Wmld! Heaven, True or False? Remember Lot's Wife! SPEAKER: RAY SCHUSTER of Roanoke, Va: COME !A Warm Welcome awaits you ! Pepsi's Got A Lot To Give Pick up a carton of Pepsi at your favorite store bottled by Ptipsi-Cota. Inc. of Alderson, W. Va. under authority of Piipsico, N. Y. "* 9 ! Mrs. Whmaker s 4- H Meets Mrs. Whitaker's 4 - H grade Harrah; Game Leaders SCott class had their first 4 - H Mann and Eddie Bowls ; Our meeting September 16, 1982. Pledge leader is Donald Bragg. They elected their officers wh- The 4 - H club will be call- ich were : ed the Hillbillies. !Micky Gill, President; Alisa Our next meeting is October Young, Vice - President; Je- .20, 1982. On November 6, 1982 nnifer Sears, Secretary; Moll- the officers will go to the issa Harem, Reporter; Song Memorial Building where they Leader - Lori Fox and Mark will teach us how to do our jobs as officers. , Tim Mdly of Mabel Mallow wouM like to lake this oppomnfly to b'mnk friends, aeighbors, churches and "min[str/s., and for the floral arrangements, cards, prayers and food sent during their time of sorrow. Daughters - Grace Brandt Wilma Walton Son Stokes Mallow Baptist. E : UNDERSTAND Our reputation for the utmost in competence helps in your time of son'ow. Call for disms;on 0/t]-facta. " " : R0fiald Mead0ws Funeral Parlors 130 Temple, :ha0,, Phone 466-i 179 I I I I Illl I I CHURCH SERVICES Cok's Chapel ( Regular baptist. Plpestem John S. Atkinsoo. Pastor t0 am Sunday School. Supt Charles Bowles; It am Morn. lag Wohip; G p.m BYF. 7 pm Evening W.rship; Wed , 7 p m Prayer bleetit:g Beech Run Beech Run Baptist Church Pastor Carl Spade Supt. Atlee Bowyer Sun. School i0 Morning worship II River Valley Rt ,2 Forest Inll Road Bill Jenkins, Pastor trick Bea ill i, , m Sunday 'htafl. tlaklex Ernest Calfee ;'astor Kirny Uragg: bupt Kenny Reed: Assist. Supt I"irM Nnlnt;i) & ihd P4IIII(I;I  Brooklyn 9:,5 Nil Zion ,0:,5 A M Sand Knob 11:30 PM. Nimitz 2lid ;llitl till lllld;l I;,qh,II ', :,, t'hlh) Mar|ha Chapel 11:00 Mad- i am's ('reek Sunday School 9:45 Mornmg W.rship & ('hildren ('hureh. I l :(1 Sunday Mornmg Evening Sunday Worship 7:30 Prayer Mceling & Youth Meeting 7/10 . Wednesday Griffith Crecb Ilonald pade. I'a,tor Sund;l% School, I(I ;I In S S Supt. Melvin 1. Ryan: I'reach- I:tcllcp()int Chdr.,c ing Ist & :lrd SUII(|aVS II am Re. I)avid Schill Fi r.t Milh'r 'ilenlorial Reverend Lance Yst Pastor Church S('tl(x,I. 10 a m...M,,rn Sunday Seh.fl tO a nl Steve ing tirshl l) II a r11 . |':',('{llng Mc('l)., SupT. Morn,ng Vt, or Service. 7 3. p m L'MYF (;rmmelL Supl . II a n| 5totAl ship. I I a m Mid'ii.k Servu'e. tngWorship. 7:lopm Evening _7:In pm F:ventng S*'rlce. Service. 7 p nl 'l'oulil F'elh)v. . {ll i) nl ship. Thus ,\\;lt'atl()\ k'rccJe Central .,., sili ...... I arhq S N Sup| Mrs F: ['; ,h*hn.ll. 'ednl,sdil), t; p m %llJll[ Pisgah MNrrlirlg %l,.r;hlp, 930 t I11 , ('hurt')' Nt'h.d. II) loll ;I III [ %t[" rru'sdil. ;, h, [.) rll lalc, dt t.'h urch I HiNION c0000hol;00 NEWS j St. Patrick 1 I Father Paul Tedeseo Mass Schedule 466-0005 anurda.'. 5 nm. Sunday. 0 II,,ty |)aye. 6 p m : F" rst Ipllillllllllll li Friday. 6 pm Christian j BRIERS Inc. j C<,,..,unit j FUR j Bill Neely, Minister NITURE a.m. andT:OOp.m.; BIbeStudy ' INTON l0 a.m.; Wednesday; 7:0o p.m First Christian ! l,-mli'llll  Richard Sparlin. Minister i m ,RU6 i Stlrlda'. Scht)oJ. 945 a nl , ior n,ng orship. It a m. Eventnl/ ipti0n and ,%,(ship. ti pro. Wednesday prescr li :,,,,,,.. 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