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4-Hinton News Thurs. Dec. 11, 1980 + , . ,r "+, -r"O - " --- ,, " HINTON NEWS Published Tuesdays attd Thursdayg By Ihe Hinton PubUshinff Corporation " 210 Second Ave. Hinton, W.Va. 25951 Bob Front, Co-Publisher Jane Front, Co-Publisher Richard Mann, Editor USPS 24W- IS0 By Carrier IS Centa Daily Subscriptions: By Mail $10.00 per year U.S. Poltal rolPmlatioaa requbre payment In advance. ,,,,ond class ptage Paid at Hinton, W. Va:j Service Club Holds United Daughters Of Confederacy Meet The regular meeting of 'the United Daughters of the Con. federacy Ctlapter No. 1559 was held on Saturday December 8, 1980 al 2:00 PM in the home of Mrs. Isobel Maddy, with Mrs. P.B. Gooch and Mrs. E.E. Rog- ers, assistant hostesses Mrs. P.B. Gooch, President, was in charge of the business session ,which was opened with pledge of Allegiance to the American flag, salute to the Confederate flag, and ritual. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved, trea- surer's report given and tile correspondence received from the Division President General read. Gifts were collected for the Veleran's Hospital in Beck- ley, West Virginia. Plans were made for the Lee- Jackson luncheon to be held in January 1981. An article was read con- cerning'a Confederate Cenmt- ery maintained near San Pauh), Brazil. Collections were taken for Mrs. Norman V. Randolph and Convention Funds. A program of Christmas music was pres- ented by Mr. Fred Bush, who sang "The Christmas Song", " White Christmas", "Silent Night", and " O Little Town of Bethlehem':. Mrs. Isabel Ma- ddy served as piano accomp- anist. At the conclusion of the program, the hostesses served delicious refreshments to the following members: Mrs. C. E. Henne, Mrs. Earl Hellems, Mrs. ,I.M Gooch, Mrs. John Cobb, Mrs W. D. ltume, Mrs W. H. llarrison, Mrs. T. L. Read, Mrs. Fr- ank Maddy, Jr., Miss Mary Avis ltinton Conner, Mrs P. B. Gooch, Mrs. E. E. Rogers, Mrs. Isobel Maddy, Miss Dorothy Jean Boley, and guests Mr. and Mrs Fred Bush. Byrd's.Eye View By U.S, Senator Eolert C. Byrd I wish to thank all the nurses at the Summers I County Hospital for kindness shown to me whila in the hospital. Especiafly I thank Br. Him and all the nice I people, for their kindess and cards. May God bless all of ou, one by one. Thanks Again, Alice Hid t ,.,,,.,,. .......  .... The family of Linda Farley Buckland would like to take this opportunity to thank all their friends and I neighbors for food, flowers and many acts of kindness f shown during our loss. i A special thanks to Rev William Fox, Rev. Brace t Richmond, Bob and Helen Mock, Ronald Meadows Funeral Home, jimmy, Melvin and Eddie Wills and eveffone who Comfort and Enlightenment We will carefully arrange a service with dignity and sim- plicity. One that reflects the wishes of each family's faith. I helped in anyway. May God Bless All. Dallas Buckland, Tracie & Grog t Sisters & Brothers ! m I I I I Ronald Meadows Funeral Pdrlors 130 Temple, Himn ; Phone 466'1179 Monthly Meeting Staying on The Service Club held liS by Jason Parser accompanied .It is a sad eomment:ary monfhly meeting on Thursday, by Keith Lively on the drum. .on America that only 58 December 4, 1980 at7:30 PM at Mrs. Parnier gave the leg-"., perqen*t' of the people eli,'i- the home of Mrs. C. E. Fife. end of Santa Claus and then The business session was in Keith Livelyand Jason Parnmr charge of Mrs. J. C. Bigtmy, played.a piano duel " Rudol... President. Minutes of the last ph. the Red Nosed Reifideor " meeting ,,ere read and app- roved, treasurer's report made and correspondence handled. A nominating committee, Mrs: Sue Seldomridge, Chairman, Mrs Herbert Vass, and Mrs. A. G. Tintberlake, was appoiflted. Social committee is to make plans for the February 1981 mecling and advise members of time and place a t a later date Mrs David L. Parmer pres- ented a most interesting Ch- The story "The Miraculous Staircase", was followed by a piano duet " Silent Night " by Keith Lively and Jason Pars- er. Mr. Albert Lively. served as piano accontpanis! for all the musical numbers. The hostess served delicious refreshntents to ntembers: Mrs. J. C. Bigony, Miss Dot- othy Jean Boley, Mrs. I-'. It. B.oley, Mrs. W. A, Brown, Mrs. C. E. Fife, Miss Frances ristmas programo, ning with German, Mrs. J.ohn Ho.lstein, :.t.l. history of different cele- Mrs.'.N.C.Kesl'ei',. Miss .Mild-" brat(on prior to Christmas, Ke- red. Murrell, .Mi,s. David .L.: : , tth'.Liv:ttd Jason Parmar,. Parmdr,.' Mr$ii SUj"F:[danl,rid-; * ' ::afteng a resume ofthe 12 ge, Mrs.. A. G,. "Timb.erlaK'd. Ih century carol " The Fr- Mrs; Herbert Vass, Mrs. J. C. iendly Beasts" sang the carol Wise, Miss Margie Womack, Keith Lively gave some facts and guests: Mrs. Percy tl. on the carol "The First Noel " Brown, Mr. Albert Lively, Ke- and then sang the song " The ith Lively, and ,Jason Parser. Little Drummer Boy" was sung .......... - .... , , " , . ,, . ." IiNi,omti,ot, g the Sidelines ; CHURCH SERVICES i HINT()N l: Baptist mitz. M i e fhol rm ] theirantherpprtunitytaviCeprlerenees. Rossiter ":, Cook's Chapel Jod''tKirby I "is' .... i St.' Pat;ik..  ' ' N'E!NJ ! "  says, :'W/ten ballt become ' uragg Assl Supt' 9'45 am ' T'r'tSunaav " Rev'Fr Rod erHu es ' ' .,t AAr a t Regular baptist PIpestem t ........ g K b bullets, Ameriim'fis will be,= Pustot aS?m nday enihnT r+Who.P'm n nreoklvn:t.: sunda'+ " M.s*+hed.,. , 4oo-uuu00 I ,, foui)d imsting ;hema$.wj-li- l0 am Sunday School' Spt. ...;; v g _o P. ,.P..; .... . .., _,. " aturoay.  p.m. Sunday, .9  .... " ,. ' ,': .u,a-'-,nXwz, , o .,' u... e. ,ervlce 7 p.m,:. Young mt,lon ll:o A.M . ' " ' a,h]- :Weekdeys 7:30 a m ' ''.. '; " '" '. s '' " a : jngly,, as:./my, othhi'.'eople.. . " "" z , w^,,,,; ' ,, "nvP  People's Meetnng Wed. 7:36 Sand Krlob :00 P M ' ." (Except' Wednesdays 7'30 " "' r .  c"" UnfortUnately, however, s-...., ....... -o Oal.p vv.. , . ' ,  ' , there is a clanger'in the cur- " " p ..... .a :  director; Junmrs each Tuesday 2nd and tth Suuda) Friday, 6 p.m t S t-...,. :--:-, ........ t.. . at 7 p.m.: Senior Youth each Itethal .::10-1']uto " " ' .. ' ' li hlrlt" -,. r, rent trend of diminisling ' Beech Run wed. night at7:30 p.m. Maha Chapel It:00 Mad-"s Christian | DKIEK3 Inc. | : n voter turnout. Our elected Paslr, CarlSpade Griffith Creek .am.s Creek  ]| l c officials are being elected . .Supt.. C.:L.. Rait.rhfydarY " OonaldSpade Pastor ; chapel 2:00 P.M. II FURNIIURE I : r by less and less of the clue-" cnoot )o a m - ....... viceeach2ld&4th. Sundayat II Sunday ,,.hool,/0 a,.ma: S,S, . Worship Scrvices. Sunday. It It' . ' i ' ' a torate, la.m.; Prayer meeting, Weds.7 iUPslm;t;n. ' .),an. r reach- Bellepoint-Charge-- ";aadl:.jt;ra;; aibleStudY [a HIHTON I , , n President.elect. Reagan, ._ g o unoays H a.m. - ..- i'o a m Wednesday 1:00 p.m. for example, was chosen by'  River Valley .... First. _ . MillerMcmorial First'Christian . [l"'sm'"l , t 51 percent of the 53 15er- " " " ' Reverend Lance got rastor Church School" 10 a m . Morn- ntk..a rio Minister / nvl r x ' , RI. it Forest tilllRoad . ' ' "' . ...... " ..... ix UUIL[ n cent of the eligible voters .,,,._;.; po,. Sunday School l0 a.m. Steve mg Worship, 11 a.m. Evening SundaySchool:9 45p m MoP ['l - ,.. u0.o.0o o., - . . , g who voted--in Other words,. ,, m ,,a, ht au, McCoy, Supt.: Morning Wor- Service, 7:30 p.m.: /MYF ningWorship II' Evening [l MADIIWADI: | " .............. a .......... v . ' ' ,a I%L ..... ,, .., ......,. sh;p Ilam'Midweek'servce Wednesday 6pm Worship 7 am Wednesda v IIRll/lll"t It , G.i .............. ; .......... ,..- ...... .Z.' . ' .... " " , Y [ m by barely more than one- v o.m; Evening Service, Mount risgan Evening Service, 7 p.m. .7: 30 fourth of the nation's eligi-' ling Woi'ship; 7:30 p.m. Evening I " ' : Service;'7 p,m. Youth' Fellow- 7:30 p.m. ' V / Morning Worship, 9:30 a.m.', - Sundaynight :oo'; 217 Third .A e. . ..... ble voters... , ] i O ' ,, . . ,. Church- School, 'lO: a.m,: " " " t ' : " ' ' ' : ," .' ..... .. ". ishlp Thurs Moa,'to,, Cr--b bTh  ' dl'g" .... . . . . UMYF Tuesday, 5:30 p.'m'" '. "'". plscopa . : :,.. 466-1758, Hun.. : :i: ' t, -- . :'. ': Cen,--I Rev Wiillamt'arter " . ( .... j , : " .., paterA;.kh,'rtcur..[ l:.,djta':'...':.., .'..: ., ""f f, '' " ".."/",.'. *" .':'' .'-m'':J > u.,n Pastor .S.S.'Supt Mrs. E.E. 4ohmon; ; laicott .n.ttrcn ".li 2 z "St an'li'd'SI" i--:-- : .... "w. ;l ,- - " I arnmen.tnazS,tl'ltgcntm-- ' ' ''----- - -" SS. 10 am "ever.,'Sund .', ...... -': ...... ; , " Or. Clyue ,ens,ey,.' . . . ., -,:. . . .. . d,tl. H Communion I z " y' ! [ stVe to the whole citizenry, " '945 am church School It Prayer Servce Wed 6"30 ' ' ' it a.m,.'suond and Fourth " Don Arra and more responsive to.the a.m Morning Worship; 6:30 Worship Service, third Sunday, , Sundays, single-issue and special:in- p.m, 7+. p m Evening ,, +m Shop I s terest group+ that do mobil- Worship: 7 " p.m. Wednesday Indian Mills +..U.COTTCnAR6E Church of .+ a ize voter s ' and show an Mid-Week Service. Pastor: Bill Bashan) :.lames E. Italic) pastor IN THE LIBRAR Y The bazaar was yist beautiful. The Friends of the Lib-" rary tell me they made almost $500.00. The committee put a tremendous amount of work into it, of course. Everyone was thrilled with the community support. Lovely things were donated by the talented ladies over the county. They wereplainly app- reciated for they sold very fast. Other county craftsmen brought in elegant things and there was even a sidewalk vendor making heavenly Italian do- nuts. Of course, we could not charge her a commission as she wasn't even onour property, but she made a donation to the Library, and I wish those donuts were available every day! Now we are back to mundane things like the crisis in the fiction section. There just isn't space for anything new, although some of our big readers are about caught up with this lot. First. we plan to redefine" classics" and remove a few more of those to their special niche in the children's room. ( Why the children's room? Because there were a few shelves in there !) The rule for identifying classics used to be" nothing written in my lifetime." Well, it is sort of humbling, but we are now putting ' classics" by,earl Buck, Edna Ferber. Ernest Hemingway and John Stienbeck - all writers I rementber as" current and choice". Next. we will discard any duplicates we can find and re- turn some titles borrowed from West Virginia Library Commission. Only then do we dare order any new fiction. Then the oversized book section .... That was so emb- arrassing. The paper printed a nice picture of a handic- raft display before the bazaar. All we librarians could see in that picture was the.shocking condition of the book shelves under the display ease. Those books were just stuffed in with some lying er0sswtse on top. For librarians*that is Pu$1ie Disgrace. Worst of all. nobody can think of much to do about that section. Very few of those books can go back to WVLC; most belong to us, and each is unique and beautiful. In fact, I guess, to us, most books ar unique andbeautiful like our own hildren. Ii's terrible not to have homes for them. 00,New Year's Eve | DinnerTDance [Rhododendron Room Pipestem State P?rk i Dinner Menu: Tomato JUtO, Prnmo Ribs Baked, Stuffed Potaotoes, Cmts Vichey, [[ T0ssedSalad, Sherbert, Roils, Plus A : "Spirfl". _ _ 00Party Favors, Good Music, Exceflent Fooa00 : $40 Per couple MAKE RESERVATIOHS NOW + Pbooo 466-1800 Ell 360 Also New Year's Eve Dinner Dance In The Cardinal Room ble to Vote. in the 1980 presi- dential election bothered to cos't, ballotS.. "r l' P d " " And what is worse is that this figure continues, a trend of a steady decline in voter turnout in presiden- tial election years over the past 20 years. The, highest turnout in recent decades was 64 per- cent in 1952, but the record high :for the 20th century occurred in 1900 when 74 percent of the eligible voters went to the polls. And the turnout for Congressional, state, and" local elcctions in offyears re, unfitly; ' he.. vo:e .r turn- out in the United States is below that of most other representativ democracies. Far too many Americans "sit out" election day, pre- interest in the political machinery. .We should take note of the message given by Abra- ham Lincoln in 1862--"It is not the qualified voter, but the qualified voters who choose to vote, that consti- tute the political power of the state." erring to stay on the side- lines as if elections were a spectator sport. One political scientist. Clinton Rossiter, believes' low voter turnout is due, partially, to Americans' confidence that another elec- tion will take place in four more years, giving them . in sad but loving nmn)ory of our belowd Mother Lonnie R. Bennett, who passed away Dec. I1, 1979. . Your gentle fact, and smile we recall, you had a kind word for everyone find died beloved by all .Your voice is mute and stilled the heart .That loved us kind attd true Ah, bitter was the trial to part Froln tree st) good .'IS you. You are not forgotten loving ntother. .: -.. Nor will you ever be, As long as life and melnory last. We will rementber you. We miss you 1row, our hearts are sad As tinte goes by we miss you more, Your h)ving snnile, your gentle face. No one will fill )out' vacant place. .Sadly missed by .llUshand: Roy II. Bennett .Children attd Grandehildrel Pepsi's Got:A Lot To Give . bottled by Popsi-Coia, Inc. of Aldorson, W. Va. Pastor I.E. liateSer Sunday School 10:00 Church II:00 Fundamental Vleaaow k_Teetr Pasto-Lroy Puck t0 A.M. Bible 8hooi It A.M. Moraing Wurhip 6:!5 P.M. Youth Meeting 7: P.M. Evening Wobip 7 P.M. Thurs.. Mid- Week Prayer & Bible Study , Tempa W.W. Beaver .Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mel-m: Evening Worship. 7:30 . .m: Midweek Prayer Service. van Williams, Supt., Preaehlng/e d . 7:3o p.m.: AWANA. tst and 3rd Smdays, ll a.m. "ed  n  m . }:estntlt (,..]rove Er,,edmn Baltist ('hureh EOREST IIILL Church school Second s s. Supt.'. James Keatley k,.nrzt, .. II '00 Worship 10'00 1st and 3rd Sunday School l0 AM. Classes ' Talcolt for all ages Sunday 7:30 2nd Sunday night. hock]ey Hill TR I N I TY Tug ('reek Road First Sun. Service. 3 Io 7 p.m: Worship Service fl A.M. and 7WORSnl P II .00 2nd attd 4th Sunday Worship, II a.m.: Sun- Third Sun. Service at 11 a.m P.M. every Sunday Sunday :30 3rd Sunday night day Evening, 6:30 p.m.: BY;F. 6:30 P.M. every SundaYchurch School IO:OO A.M. Wednesday Services. 7:30 p.m New Salem BaptislCkurch Prayer meeting Wed 7 P.M. NEW UOPE Elton I I pland WORSIIIP: 11:00 1 st and 3rd Doq F Spade, Pastor Sunday. Church School 10:00 'J. Esti](;ill. Minister Benny Allen Supt+, Sunday 7:30 4th Sunday night. Sunday Morning Bible Sludy, l0 School. 10 am.: Preaching 2nd a m.: Sunday Morning Worship and 41h Sundays, 11 a.m Feamster Freewill Two miles north o[ Alderson on the Alia Road Sunday School t0 a.m. Baptisl Ynuth League, 6 p.m. : Evening services. 7 P.m Bellepoint Pastor llarley N. Towler Jr. John Mann S.S Supt. Sunday a,m .Sohool. 10 a,m,: Morning Wor- ! L _' ship, 11 a.m: BYE. Wed., 7 lonnson Minister. Hubert Groves Eileen Skaggs, Lay Leader:' Study, 9:45: Worship, II a.m. Beekley Good Shepherd L i ndside Red Sulphur Marshall Fowler, Pastor Service every second Sunday. 7 pro.: every fourth Sunday. II Services. 11 P.m.: Sunday OAK GROVE Evening Services, 7 p.m. ; Wed wonsIlIP: 10:00 2nd and 4th nesday evening ervice, 7 p.m" Sunday Church School II:00; 7:30 1st Sunday night Hi nton 1621 Summers St, James II. Davis. Minister Sunday mornin Bible Study, l0 a.m.. Sunday morning Worship Service. 10:45 am: Sunday Evening Service, 6:30 p.m.; Wednesday Evening Service. 6!30 p.m. Others Paslor Eddie Johnson SI,' v I h,u dock. I'ashw Lutheran Church S.S lsl & 3rd Sundays at I I Supt Sot)day Sehmfl- I)iamon J Sunday Worship -,9:30 AM an).: S S. 2nd & 4th Sundays'a x%'o.d Sunday School - 10:45 AM 10 a ,u : Preaching services 1st ,Jack ('ah,s.Assl Supl Rural Acre Garden Club & 3r' Sundays at 9:45: Preach- Preaehmg IL am 7 p,m each 51Z Rural Acres Drive u'g',',"rvlce 4th Sat nighls'al Sunday 7" L Prayer Servwe.%%ed 'i ;) 111 Drives) . Plpestem Community Chapel Littlc Wolf Creel,, Robert L. Heepner, Pastor 25-5830 Independent Baptist Church Pastor Bob Bradiy Off Rt. 12-on I.ittle Wol! ('reek l0 am, Sunday School; Supt. Road. Keith Doniley; 11 am mornmg Donald I.. liannah. Pastor P .by te worship; Evening worship 7:00 Stmday Shool, 10 a.m. ; Thom- res r i a n t,m. as Lowry, Supt,; Worship tr-, . Keller -- vice, 11 a.m. Sunday; Youth. Riverview Chapel Speaker Barry Pilkington Sunday 302 Second Avenue i Phone 466-1671  t i i BIG 4 DRUG | prescription and  drug needs +. fountain service | compliments I r 0t the | FIRST NATIONAL | f JarrelPs I v EXX)ON s .+0,e 00e.i00e  "Mac" .larrelL owoer t v 9:30 Lord's Table; ll:0b Family II HINTON  t Bible Hour: 4:00 Junior Young People: 7:30 Evet, ing Gospel ,.li,HilllbOql,o4tar+ I |RONALD MEADOWS + e Service. ' Wednesda) S (BetweenVailey & Eisebhowert 6:30Senior Young People: 7',30 i FUNERAL Prayer meeling and Bible PARLORS Study ,. a ]umpin, Branch [ 466-1179 I Tabernacle [ in" Hint0n : f: EImo AIdermsn, Sr.. Pas16r Tom Coffman." Supt. Sunday I llt6,o,t, t School. 9:45 a.m.: ,Morning r Worship, 10:45 a.m: Youth Good Shepherd ]rt)t)l.,s meet/ng, 6:30 p.m. Sun,; Ev*. I)eunK. Vellntan, Pastor enlng ,ervice,7:)p.m.; St.;t !:30 Worship Services held un I'a,lnr, He..lanles E, Johnsm -Mid, Weel rvice, Wed. 7:30 ,st and ird Sundays. Edward Cyrus. Supl, Sunda.', p..Jll.. Centerville' Shonl It[ am. Preaching tl' ["i, . rcet a.m. 2nd & 4[]) Sundays Sun. (;reen,llle ) day hi[hls, 7 pm Prayer Eddie Ilarris. I aslor l0 a.m. Sunday School: 7:45 meelmgs. Thurs 7'3o ' Sunday School. 10 am.: Morn. p m. Commumty Worship mg Worship. I1 a.m each Sun- Service.. Ca 111 t)11 day: Evening serv,ces Sunday Paslnr. lte,,. Bilh t:alluv, u) at 7 p.m.; Prayer meeting. Sunday Sehu.I. EG ('rawford Wed.. al 7 pro.: BYF. Sunday Supt. 11 a m, Morning Worship every Sunda). Preaching ls! and3rdSundaysal It a.n) and6 al 6 pm Pine C;rovc PastoP- W. (7. Sampson Sunday School Supt Bill Hawks Suntlay SCIooI IU a. n+ (o+al'oe Morning wur- ship. II a.m.: Evening Worship. p.m. Commumly Worship 7:3u p.m : Wednesday Evening Service. Serviet. 7:30 p.m [.aurL, i Crcek First Presbyterian Re' Tom Q. Johnston. Ministe' Patnr. EddleJnhnsun Sunday School 9:45 A,M. Sunday Scho(d. 10 a.m Fellowship, 6:30 p,m.: Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m.: Prayer Service. W.ed., 7:30 p.m. Pentecostal Holiness 199 Main Street t;ranvilie Martin Sunday Service. 7 p,m , Friday Service. 7 p.m McElhenny Hi nton Lt>spel Grali+.v .M.cadoL ............ Tabernacle 10 a.m. Sunday ooi'; Worship 102 Main Slreet Service on 1st and 3rd Sundays.. I.awrenee Bennett Paslor Han's Creek Sunday ,School, l0 a.m Morn. Greenvillc ing Wnrship. II a.m. Youth I0 a.m Sunday School; 7:45 meelmg, 6:30p.m.: Evangelisb tc service, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, Wed.. 7:30 p.m Mount Oliwt ('|arenee E. Italt'li[l'. Pastnr Sandstone Pastor: George Cook ISupt. Harold Gwinn Sunday school 10 A.M Morning worship 11 A.M Prayer meeting Wed. 7 P.M2 Keatley prings Willle Briers. Pastor 11 am Preaching Sunday: 10 evening. 7:10 pm BYF. : ':00 P.M. am. Sunday School every Sun- Friday 7":1o p m day, Harold Meeks Sup1 ]O[CS Cha|wl Lea t her wood Carl Edwards pastor Pastor Tom Tresdway Sunday School 10 a.m. tOa.m sunday School: tl a.m.F.M. Foster Supt Preaching Service. Sun. 7:36 Worship services Sunday 11 p.m. Evening Service: 7:30t. ,a.m. Except 5th Sunday, ,Prayer service Wed 7- 9 p.m. Wed. Bible Study. Youth meeting, Wed. 7 p.m. Methodist Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning worship I1 a.m. Evening wor. I>reat.hing, tst and 3rd Sundav Worship ll:00 A.M. II ;i,m Isl and 3rd Sunday Prayer Meeting Wednesda: ship7P.M. Wed, evening7p.m Church of God Subscribe a This - . James Chapel Rol li n sbu r Pastor Re,,,. II.B, Shrewsbury. I).1.. Stalnaker. Pastor Services. 9 a.m.: Sunday 10 a.m Sunday Schml, classes Sehfl, 10 a.m fur all ages, Richard llnlloran, Sup .. I] am Morning Wor- Mary Jane Memorial ship: 7 p.m. Nighl Servien Pastor Renoll. Richmond sermon by paslur. Sunday School, 10 am Morn- -- ing Worship, II a,m,; Evenmg Calvaff Baptist immh worsh,p,7: p.m.: Wed. Pray+ 114" lr +r meeting, 7:30 o.m+ Sunday School - 'to A.M." H i n ton 'Week. The Savings 'Are Randy IledSe'o- SUperintendent Rev. William Ygung under 0uthority of Po@sico. N.Y. Murning Worship- I1:OO A.M.-Church School. 9:45 a+m.; Mor. "-" .,,,C'-r""* ,t Evening Worship - 7:30 P.M. ning Worship, II a m ; Evening Wednesday Worship-7:30 p.m. Worship, 7:30 p.m.: Midweek Pastor: Rev, Rick Headermn Prayer Fellowship, Wed., 7:3(' p.m. Rev, Ronald r.ockhart Sunday Sehnnl, 10 a.n) . Morn- ing Worship. II Evange. listic Service. 7:;t p.i,t.; Wed nighl services. 7 p.m Madam's Creel \\; ti Warren R. M:Uugh, Pastor l0 a,m. Sunday School: II a.m Morning Service: 7 p,m. Sunday night service: 7::10 p.m Wed. prayer meetmg, charge of the class leader Pence SI3ri n,s Lutheran Church of Beckley Sunday Worship 9:30 AM Sunlay Sctool 10:45 AM' Rural. Acres Gardan Clulf 512 Rural Acrae Drive 2-5820 . . !Angflcan Church: sT. MICItAEL'SANGLtCAN Fort Savannah Inn Lewlshurg, W.Vs Fr. Harry B. Scott nl. s.s.c. Priest-|n-Charge suNDAY WORSInP .... 4:00 p.M. MI servlce eunlorm to 197,8 BOOK OF COMMON - pRAYER coltee and discussion following service, EVERYONE WELCOME' jeh,,:ah's Witness Sunday. 1o a.m. public talk: Sunday, 1] a.m. Walchtov;er Sludy: 'rues., 7:30 p.m Theo- cratic School: Thurs. 8:30 pm., Service Meeting Pi pestem Church of God itotl i|;inlhrivk, Pas[nr ita, l(,e;ilon. SLLnd;L', Supt. : Sunday Seh'wl, 9:45 p.r..; Preaching Scrviee, 11 Ronald Cook, Pastor a, m. : Sunday Evening Sunday School, 10AM, Charles Worship, 7 p.m,: Bible Study," Barker, Supt., Worship Service Wed., evening 7 p,m. tl A,M. Mid-week Prayer Ser- vice and Youth Fellowship - wed. mo PM Pillar of Night services 7:30 P.M. ex- cept 5th Sundays. Truth Church Nazarene at IJarer Sprinzs 1602 Temple St, Pastor Rev, Robert Wlscman pH,IIH" I:III1'1"* ToUlnl++ %hlllnt, S,S. Supt. Mary Jane Phillips, Sun(hi) Sch.ol Iot,i A "d Sunday School. 10 a.m Morning . Mm'nmg X%t,rsl)il)  Ioo \\; M Worship, 11 a,m: Evangelistic Sunday nighl i:q p M Service. Sunday night, 7 p.m.: e'l lhbh' .udy ;.:tm I' M Thurs.. Prayer and Bible Study, Itatb,, %% ),1'1'1) SUnday :t 35 ]' M 7 p.m.