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4- H tonNews Tues. Nov. 17, 1987 Tim Nhitoa hm P lislud Tmd 210 Seuiml As nm, w. w. a .l v,-~ Fred Lamb hldldim - Edk (m) Z46-HO NOTICE IF YOU WOUI,D LIKE TO SUBMIT MATERIAL FOR PUIHACATION .... ..Articles submitted, to the ilinton News must reach the office by Friday noon in order to be considered for publication in the fnllowin~ Tuesday paper. Please include your name and a phone number where you can be reached during business hours. The ll~ton News reserves the right to edit any material and regrets that articles cannot be returned. ..Items for the Community Bull- etin Board must reach the office by Monday noon in order to be considered for publication in that week's Bonnie Tickle Who': Who Mrs Bonnie Gall Tickle has re- cently been informed that she has been selected by Beckley Beauty Academy to be included in the 1987 edition of WHt)'S WHO "in National Accredited Private Career Schools. Selection for this publication is based on outstanding academic ach- ievement at a private career school. WItO'S WttO is a nationally publicatmn She resides at Nimitz wlth her tmsbamt Floyd and their two children Hope and ,I.R, Servicemen In The News Army Stalf Sgt. Eugene B. Will- iams, son of Eugene E. and Vir- ginia G. Williams of Rural Route 2, Alderson, West Virginia, has arrived for duty witt~ the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiments, West Germany. Williams, a squad leader, is a 1967 graduate of Talcott High School, West Virginia. SENIOR NEWS OIJ) I)OLLS AND TOYS NEEDED The Hi.ton Senior Center has put out a call for old dolls and toys. Donations of dolls and toys will be used as gifts and prizes and mainly for the Christma~ children party. Please send your used dolls, toys and games to the Hi,ton Senior Center, J THE q,,,,a i Hold Halloween Party October 30th was the date set for the llinton llouse Halloween Party. Mary Pack was hostess for this gathering and everyone enjoyed music by the Wiggins Music Makers. Prize winners were: Mary Rice - Prettiest, Della Mooney - Funniest and Julius Wills - Ugliest. Photo by Kash Long. Accepting Applications For iN ~ome gy rogram .. The Summers County Senior Center will be accepting applications for the Low - Income Energy Assistanee Program ( LIEAP) beg- inning on Monday, November 16, 1987. Those persons who think they may be eligible for assistance bnt did not receive an application at the Center. Senior Center staff will be available daily between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to assist applicants in completing their forms. Persons needing assistance who are unable to come into the Hinton Center should call 466 - 4019 to request an outreach visit. .income eligibility levels for this years program have increased over those for the past year and are as follows: iit)USEHOLD SIZE ALLOWABLE INCOME. (;ROSS MONTItLY t $505., 2 $679, 3 $853. 4 $1,027. 5 $1.201. 6 $1.375. ..In order to be eligible for assistance household size must meet the income guidelines and be affected by the rising cost of home heating. .For more information on assistance please call the llinton Senior Center at 466 - 4019. Mr. and Mrs~ Owen Chapman of for a week or two. and get to know Indian Mills were pleased to have as the families and form a relation- a house guest, Mrs. Vivian Brodieof ship with the people. Elected off- Howick, Auckland, New Zealand. icials and Mayors join in greeting us Owen and Ruth Chapman met Mrs. and making us feel welcome and Brodie when she served as a host learning the customs and history of lamily on their April trip, spon- the country. And of course, Am sored by Friendship Force out of ericans are anxious to return the Charleston, to New Zealand. favor and act as hosts to people Mrs. Brodie is among a Friend- wanting to visit here and learn first ship Force group from New Zea- hand our customers, etc. land who attended meetings in It is very rewarding to have a Richmond, Va., and then on to person from half-w ay, around the Asheville and Winston Salem,world, who hosted you in their North Carolina. From here, theycountry; and now you have the plan to visit in Florida and New pleasure to have them as a guest in Orleans before returning 'to New your home and your country. It's a Zealand." great organization. In April, my husband and I joined a group of 24 from the Friend- WALKIN(;GROUP ship Force in Charleston, West Anyone interested in starting or Virginia to visit New Zealand and . jommg a walking group please call Australia. Ruby Wheeler at 466-3048. The purpose of Friendship For- Walk for your health A little ce is to be hosted in private homes walking goes a long way ?? We would like to thank all of our friends for their many acts of kindness in the recent loss of our loved one, Tony L. Rettig. And a special thank you to those who served as pallbearers and to the good friends who went to Ohio for the funeral. The family of Billy Meador wishes to express their thanks to the many friends who showed their love and concern through cards, food, flowers, money, and personal support during our time of sorrow. The BillyMeador Family Dr. Dan Anderson Dr. Dan Anderson To Speak At Bellepoint Baptist Church Dr. Dan Anderson, President of Appalachian Bible College, will speak in both the 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. services at Bellepoint Baptist Ch- urch, this Sunday - November 22, 1987. From the time of his salvation in Columbia. Iowa, Dr. Daniel Ander- son was nurtured in Biblical truth and administrative experience. Af- ter graduation from Appalachian Bible College in 1971 -- where he met his wife, Rosalie, who also grad- uated that year -- he studied further at Faith Baptist Bible College where he received his B.A. degree in Bible and Theology. Dr. Anderson re- ceived his Masters of Divinity in Pastoral Studies from Grace Theo- logical Seminary. He earned his Masters of Sacred Theology and his Doctoraste of Theology in Histor- ical Theology from Dallas Theolog- ical Seminary. Rosalie received her B.A. in Music Education from Bethel College. She did graduate studies in organ at Southern Meth- odist University and now serves on the music faculty at Appalachian. Having served as assistant pastor at Grace Bible Church in Elkhart, Indiana, and as administrative int- ern while at Dallas, Dr. Anderson is well equipped fog his various duties at Appalachian Bible College. Dur- ing his first years at Appalachian, he served as Instructor in Bible, Reg- istrar, Assistant to the President, and Acting Dean of Students. Dr. Anderson began his studies as second President of Appalachian Bible College in 1983. Dan and Boa.lie, with their five children, Sarah, Leah, Joshua, Reb- ekah . and Peter Micah, are ser- ving their Lord Jesus Christ as specialists in a missionary organiz- ation, the Appalachian Bible C.oll- ege. The Andersons are members of the Piney View Baptist Church, Piney View, West Virginia. Appalachian Bible College is lo- acted in Bradley, West Virginia, and is dedicated to the preparation of men and women for full - time Christian service around the world. Pastor Bruce Creswell and the Bellepoint Baptist congregation cordially invites the public to attend the services. D.A.V.A. Hold Meeting The D.A.V.A. held theirk regular meeting Tuesday 10Oh at 7: p.m. in the Memorial Building. The Chaplin Virginia Lilly had the Opening prayer. The Patriotic Instructor Char- lotte Graham led the pledge to the Flag. Geneva Sowder the treasurer gave her report and was approved. ' The Commander Irene Lilly held the meeting. The Chaplin Virginia Lilly closed with prayer. Cake and coffee were served to , those D.A.V. and D.A.V.A. members attending: Mr. and Mrs. George Sowder, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skidmore, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Lilly, Rev. Carl Edwards, Lark Meador, Virginia Lilly, Charlotte Graham, and Th- elma Buckland. Area N, BIRTHDAY ! Mrs. Myrtle Mann of Princeton Ireceived a special kind of birthday i celebration Monday when some of 'her family arrived with a birthday cake from her sister, Mrs. Ann Dillon of Peterstown who was un- able to attend, birthday gifts, and most important, armed with paint brushes, paint roller, and willing hands to paint her new perch as part of her birthday gift. Many hands makes a big job go quickly, as when her daughter, Norma Shrewsbury, and nieces, Joan Bishop, Peggy Howdock, Ka.- thy Harris, and Mary Ann soon proved. The painting job was com- pleted, a bountiful lunch com- plete with birthday cake and ice - cream, opening of gifts and a happy time shared. Although an unusual birthday celebration, Mrs. Mann declared it to be " One of the Best Ever". Also sending gifts was Mrs. Lillian Reynolds and Mrs. Ann Dillon. Japan annexed Korea in 1910. Daily air service from Montreal to New /ork began in 1928. Funeral Planning... Before the Need Arises 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..onOW .or in the future. t .mk, ( hapvl It,'~ulal It;ipiP-i I'qle-,/em, J,,h,~~, ~lkhl~,m I'~,,i ~%*,i~hlp *, ;,~T~ I~ "~ F : pru Bee~h Ilm~ Beech Hun Bapti~! ! hurt h Illl t'1% alle'~ Ill 12 I.le~,l IltliRnad trill lenkin~, i';l~.lm" F:~,~Urlg "~*'l~l at 7 q~ p m Prayer ~t'elirlg Tuesdays at 7 :~1 p m ('amo*~ I(e~, Nalhaniel .Ioh nsm* Sunday ~'~'htmi. E (; Crawford. Supl ;I a m Mornmg Worxhlp Ever> Stt~av Preaching Lst and :lrd Surida's at I1 am and 6pro ~andslone Baptist ('hurch " Paslor George Cook Sunday School Supl Bill Dean Sunday School 10 A M Morrnng Worshtp tl A M Evvning Serwces 7 (~ P M Wed Prayer Meeting and Youth Meeting 7 P M Keatle~ ~pring~ Baptisl Church Sunday School tOA M Ih*rold Meeks Supt I.ealher~ood Pastor Tim Renner t0 a m Sunday, ~hool, I1 a m Preachmg Service Sunday 6 30 Evening Service 7 :~) p m Wed- ~esda> B~bie Study Hoitin,~burg D.i,. ~lalnaker. Pasior a m Sunday School classes all ages Richard Holloran Supt 11 am Mornmg Worship ? P M Nigh~ Service MI. 'zlvar) F'ree~iit Baptist Church Sunday School I0:~ a m Preaching tl OD a m Preaching Sunday Nighl 7 (9 p m Prayer M~tlng Wednes.'ia) 7:00 Pastor E R Buek Tyree H honda Inn. MPmorial (hutch Btdt* ('b|pel M~kmar~ B;,pti~| ~lt Peter. ~ e,~t t, irginia ("art F:d,~ ard*. Pa~.l,w ~-.';~t~ ~'~..r~ ~d, 4th and 5th Sunday Sch~l I~ A :%| Worship ~.rvive II A,~I each Sunda~ Nimil~ I'ra)er ,~,rviee Bible Study "t'q~uih ~tlni~: Mi.,,,i.mary Kapli~ thureh me,,ling Wq~ln~da~. 7 p.m I'a,dur Da, ~41~neer .I ud~.nn F" rm..,t ill BapltM ('hurrh Y~m~h Ihreetltr. Mike Wailish I'a~tor Pat Kmm~ ~unlla~ ~'ho~,l Sup! Kirby Bragg Sunda'~ ,%!.heal lit:aNt o flock Sundax Seh~fl 9 45 Et,r~ Sunday ,'~l'Vi~ St~d~) Mornivl V~orshtp & ChildrenNight At 7 (m . cl~k ~i~llrt'h II (Ni Sunda~ Morning Pat Kom|..~., F~nday School Supt I'ra~er Meeting & Youth Meeting 2;2Jam~.~4~el 7 It~ ~cdne~da~ ite~.||enr~ I~mlr Pasto (leaf lath (reek ~.rvtt.e~ ~d & 4th ~nda) It:Off & F:d~in Itu~ Ilarri~, Jr 6~NI Prayer ,V~rvice Wedl~y I'a~.~ 5:aNt SLmda~ ~h~l to a m S S Supt Nunday .~'ho~l each Sit, day 9:45 Xh,i~m I{x~u *Korshnp ,~er~ces At blr Jam~ Nickol~s Falpt Mrs ' L I q~ ~M I~r ted and 5~h ~ditb C~.~L *.~mda>~ Ever.rig ~er~ices at ~ 7 iN~ I' M 2nd and 4th Sundaxs M~d ~eek Pra~,r Servic*~ And Jam~('~al~l "~ ,mlh %h,.qlng Each Wednesday at Marg ~. Firm.. Pastor 7 ~, PiX~la.d Bapti~! Church ~,rxice~ 9 am ~d~" Schaoi IO I'a~tor ~ %ngell. Jr. a nl Mary Jane ?*lemur a| Sunda~. ~'h~)l in iK} Smlthc, ~or~hlp II 00 Im~reuce Plumh,~ ~unda~ Sche~l Sup~,r~nvendel~t Bibic ~,tt~d~, Sunday Evening 700 Y,,u~h Meeting 7 tm Sunday F'eanl~ler - F'r~'~ ill r~n mile,, north of ~,lder~u~ on the ~,llm Road ~urlda~. ~'4ch~,l Ilia m Baplisl Youth League t~ p in F:vening services p m BHtepoinl Baptist ('hvrch N Bruce ('r,~eit, Jr.. Pastor Sunda~ S, er vices Joe McBridc. Superinlendent Smlda> Ser 'ice~ 945 a m Sunday .~.'hool I I~t a m Morntng Worship 45 p m Youth Fellowship 7 (x) p m Evening ~rvjce V~ ednesda~ ~rvice 7 i~t pm Prayer Meeting and Bit~ SI ud~ Firsl Virsl Baptisl (hurch Sunda~ Sch~l 9:45 am Bruce R*chmond. Supt Moi'ning Worship II a m Evening Service 7:~0 pm Mid Week Service, Wed 7:3o pm Meado~ 'r~k Re~. ~ iliia m ('arler. S S Supt Mrs E E Johnson $, S~~ t0 a m ever)' Sunday Prayer ~ervzce Wednesday 6:.10 Worship ~erx~ce {bird Sunday at li a.m. Indian Mills Bap41s! ('burgh ~t e~ e lio,~ deck. Plstor S S Supt James Kealley Sunday ~h~l In A M ('lasses for all agt~ Worship Service. I I A M. and 7 P.M. FNery Sunda:, Prayer Meeting Wed. 7 PM {'a h ary Baptist ('hm'h Bed ~q~ll~mr Bet. Rick llender~ Sunday School I0 AM Randy Hndge Supt Morning Worship i 1:90 A M Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. We(inesda:~ Worship 7:30 PM. Little M, m4f ('reeit I~dependel~ BlINis[ ('lmeth ( )ff RI I 2 on I.itlle Wall ('reek Bead PaMaw I~maM L. Hamb S S Sup| Thomas Lowry. Sunday School 10 AM Wmlhip ~rvice II AM Youth Meeting ? PM Sunday Evening Service 7:30 Mid P, eek ,~rvice We&~sday 7:30 P M Big ('reek I.~nn Maddy, Paslm" Sunday School 10 a,m Mornitql Worship |1 a.m each Suoday. Evening Services Sunday at 7 p.m. Prayer me,ling Wedr:esdoy at 7 pm B Y F'Sunday at 6p.m. Pine (;rove Pastor W. ('. ~as m/ks4~ Sunday School Supt. Bill Hawlm. Sunday School I0 am. g~ni~g Worship I1:00 A,M. W~y Evening Service 7:$0 p.m. I,kk ('reek RapU~t ('butch Sunday School at l0 AM. I~rmtch- ing Services At il A.M Every Stmda) Prayer M~{iIg Wed 7 P M ~v Tom McGraw. Pastor. I"b'~ pre~h~ terlan Be~, A. L. Came Tug ('r~k Road .~'~Jl|dat W~hip It A M .~tmda Evening 6:;li) p M Wedr~e~day Eitu~ (*hurrb ~ ('hrh! llarr~ O. (~oLf Evaa~it~ Phw ~. m Stmda~ Morning BiMe Study tO A M Sunday Morning. Worshi Service !I A M Sund~y Ever*in Service 7 P.M. Wednesday Eve, in Servwe~ 7 P M, Ladies Bible Stud Tu*~day la A.M, lllmn I~I ~mmm ~4re~ Mini~~r. Phllip ~rattls S~nday Morning BIMe Study i0 am ,~mday Morning Worship Scxvie~ I0:4s a.m. Slalda.v Evening Service 7:00 Wednesday Evening Smmtay ~ 10 a.m. Wo~blp II I.m. YolllLh ~ g:g$ p.m I~Ml~il~e I~vlun ? ~PX Bible Stndy Wmb~day ~:M PM. - ~m,~ ~ cu&u--* I.utlwran Gead ~hep&erd I rlllhecafl Church Be(.kle~ Sunday ~orship. 9:30 a.m. ~ndn) School il:00 am 7~ Dry Iliil Boad 252-~B~0 or 252 479:1 Item. Kenneth I.. Fre~ I.aurel ('reek Bal~l~t Church I'asler Eddie Bragg Sunday .~hool 10:00 AM. Morning Se~viee~ II:off A.M Ev~ntnl~ Services 7.:at P M Wed. ~ 11:30 pm. F'~rest lille Bap411t Ckurcb P,slot Don Rledel ~rvices: ~d & 4th Sund,y I1:00 Sunda,, Night Scrvlces 7:off Wednemtay Night 7:30 : Ist & 3rd ~nday Services At Methodist Church At I1:00 Jebal sh'~ With Sunday 10 am Public Talk Sunday ii a.m. Watchtower Study Tuesday 7:30 PM. Theoeratic School Thursday S:30 P M Service Meeting PilWstem ('horck o~ (~ Iht mlwkk, Pastor "Ray Keatott Sunday School Supt %nday School 9:~ Preaching .,. rvk'e II AM Sunday Evening Wo, ,hip 7 PM. Bible Study Wedm..May Evening 7 PM Pillar (H T* ,th ('hureh AI Bar~,,r .*41plngs Plstor. 1*rv u,e Meadmt ~t Sunday School 10:~ A:M Morning Worship ll:0t. A.M Sunday Night Service 7:off PM Wednesday Bible Stud). - 7:00 P.M HINTON 466-0005 nat h~. FURMHI[ IIITOII