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4-Hinton News Wed. Dec. 16, 1981 HINTON NEWS rahlishad Wednesdays HinbNn PmNidJh! terpmtion 2iO Secoml Awl Hiidon, W. Va. 25951 Inno trent, Pnh00Sor Richard Man, Editor IUSPS 246-160 By Cmior &apos;20 Clads Dally Subscriptions By Marl $8.40 Per Year U. S. Postal Regulations Require Payment In Advance. Second Clas-s Postage Paid At Hinton, V W. Vs. Examinations Offered Applications are now being for these classifications. accepted for the following six Application forms and ex- (6) WEST VIRGINIA CIVIL amination announcements SERVICE S' :ained from all local ossifications:  Offices of the De- ABCC DISTI Examinations Offered if Employment Sec- I, ABCC DI'I'RIC'I' muty uz uy calling the West MANAGER II, ABCC DISTRICT MANAGER III, ACTIVITIES PROGRAM COORDINATOR, CHAPLAIN, NURSE COORDINATOR I. NO written examinations are required for these job catego- ries; scores are assigned ba- sed on analysis of the candid- ate's training and experience. Applications must be post- marked not later than Decem- ber 18, 1981, to be considered Virginia Civil Service System at c 304) 348 - 5946 or, toll free within West Virginia, 1- 800 - 642 - 3042. If you need additional assis- tance, job counseling services are available at the Civil Ser- vice office. You may contact a counselor at: West Virginia Civil Service Testing Center , 5790 MacCorkle Avenue, SE, Charleston, West Virginia 25304 Telephone: (304) 348 - 5946. ( elebrates Birthday Miss Mary Kaye Bennett, daughter of Steven and Carolyn Bennett was honored with a skating party in celebration of, her 14th birthday, November 24. , : ,, ,, Hostesses were [ermother, " % A', Carolyn Bennett, her: aunt, Mary. LOu Cox and her grand- mother Ethel Cox. Others attending were : J. W. Peters, Robin Crook, Billy Don Thompson, Sherri Bowles, Paula Crook, Pam Ward, Te- rri Bowles, Susan Bennett, Te- rri :Meadows, Randall Cox, Scott Stennett, Joy Lee Fox, Lisa Keaton, Patrick Stennett, Jeri  Leftridge, Missy Atkins, Jimmy Hogge, Kevin Graham, Lynn" Turner, Freddy Williams , Lisa Harper, J. P. Reed, Cubby Willey, Laurie Thomp- son, Jim McNeer, Karen Cyrus , N edra Wy..kle, Tammy Par- ker, Becky Parker, and Steve Bennett. Jumping Branch News Mrs. Vesker (Garnet) Mead- ows has returnedhome after spending a week visiting her brother and sister - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Waddle and a sister, Mrs. Irene Midkiff of Oak Hill. Her husband Vesker Meadows joined her for a week- end visit and accompanied her home. Mrs. Elva Fitzwater of Prin- ceton visited this week her brother and sister - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Arthur, Str- eeter Road. Mrs. Beulah Hall returned home last Sunday from Hamp- ton, Virginia after a ten day visit with relatives. BPW Meet The Hinton Business and Pro- fessional Womens Club were honored to have Mr. Fred Mock of te First National Bank of Hird0n special guest at the November meeting. Mr. Mock addressed the club on ,banking procedures in in- vesting, retirement funds , sa- vings accounts and NOW bank- in Mr. Mock entertained au- esfions from members and con- citing his presentation was pre, pented with a gift of app- -req['ation by Ms. Mae Dodd, chsitperson for the finance Committee. 'lhe regular business session followed Mr. Mock's ,informat- ive talk. The club decided to contribute to the lung associa- tion, buy gift tickets for the magic show and contribute to the lighting fund. As Project for December meeting the club chose to give gifts to nursing home in the area. Members are to gift wrap the presents and mark on the package informa- tion about the gift such as size, color and what the item is. The gifts will be collected at the December 17 meeting which will be a covered dish dinner 6 p.m. at the home of Ms. Jane Humphries. Red Sulphur ltonte Extension Club A colorful table of Christmas gifts and decorations was ex- hibited Thursday when the Red Sulphur Home Extension Club met for an all- day workshop. Each member of the club will have Christmas crafts for sale at the county Christmas Baz- aar to be held December 4th at the Firehall in Union. The club will also provide hot dogs for sale at the Bazaar for the bene- fit of the club treasury. The club meeting opened with devotions presented by Mrs. Eddie Harris. Her theme " Everyday is Thanksgiving" . Scripture was taken from Phil. 4:6 - 7 A poem, " Every- day is a Holy Day to Praise the Lord" was read and songs, ' Count Your Blessings" and ' Thank You Lord" was sunr with Mrs. Gerald Fox leadint in prayer. Mrs. Hugh Shrewsbury taught the lesson " Robbed ... not Mugged". She gave each one present a lesson sheet that contained valuable information and warnings that for- cast deceptive or unfair selling Red Sulphur Area News Mrs. Tom Bumgardner Mrs. Bobby Broyles Mrs. Zola McDaniel practices, and how the inform- ed buyer can protect themsel- ves. Several members shared experiences and a lively dis- cussion concluded the lesson Routine business was condu- cted and the following announ- cements made: The Christmas Star is completed and will be turned on for the month of December. The flower bed pro- ject is completed with the final planting of 300 new tulip bulbs by club members The club shopping trip will be December 10th, leaving at 8:30 am. The club voted to send a monetary gift to help with " Operation Santa Claus" at the Greenbrier Center at Lewisbu- rg. Members will bring gifts Dec. 4th to be sent to the Huntington Hospital for Christ- mas. Three guests, Mrs: Bobby Br- oyles, Mrs. Tom Bumgardner, and Mrs. Zola MeDaniel were welcomed for the day. A covered - dish lunch was served at noon. The afternoon session was under the able direction of Mrs. Zola McDaniel who taught the group to make patchwork Christmas ornaments. She also June ltodges Mrs. June Hedges of Red Sulphur Springs has been chosen Red Cross Volunteer of the month. A native of Greenbrier Co- unty, she has been an active Red Cross volunteer for 10 years. She has volunteered 732 hours at the Andrew Rowan Home at Sweet Springs. Has 45 hours work for the blood vro- gram at Monroe County and is a blood donor herself. Mrs. Hedges is a member of tbe Calvary Baptist Church at Red Sulphur Springs and there has 9 years of perfect attend- ance. A mother of 8 children she is proud to be associated with the American Red Cross. Pepsi's Got A Lot To Give exhibited her baby afghan she is making. Mrs, Bobby Broyles exhibited her bead - Christmas omhments. Mrs ROy MeDaniel won the fund - raising cake for the day. The meeting adjourned to. meet with Mrs. Eddie Harris for the Christmas party Thurs- day December 17th at 1:00 P.M. Each member will participate in the Christmas devotional and will exchange gifts. Those present were : Mrs. ROy McDaniel, Mrs. Howard Bishop, Mrs. Hugh Shrewsbury , Mrs. Eddie Howdock, Mrs. Eddie Harris, Mrs. Gerald Fox, Mrs. Benny Gore, Mrs. Jerry Richardson, Mrs. George Beasley, and visitors, Mrs. Zo- la McDaniel, Mrs. Tom Bung- ardner, and Mrs. Bobby Broy- les. Calvary Baptist Mission Society Fifteen members of the Cal- vary Baptist Mission Society met at the Church Monday for an all - day workshop. Chris- tmas remembrances were pre- pared for the sick and shut - ins and" Crismons" were made to decorate the church Christmas tree. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Benny Hodges. Using " Thankfulness" as a thought, scripture was Psalms 100. Gr- oup singing of " Thank You, Lord" with Mrs. Lorna Peek closing in prayer. During the business a visit- ation date was set and the Christmas meeting will be Dee- ember llth in the home of Mrs. Ray Campbell. The group vot- ed to remember the mission- aries of the church with a monetary gift for Christmas. In remembranee of Christ's birth- day, a package of Bibles will be sent to christians behind the iron curtain, in behalf of the Calvary Mission Society. A report of 23 sick visits and 18 home missions was given. Following the " Labor of Love" workshop members were dismissed. Those present were :Mrs. June Hedges, Mrs. Company, Inc. in Charleston. Lorna Pack, Mrs. Ray Camp- They are making their home in bell, Mrs. Johnny Boothe, Mrs. Charleston. Jimmy Atwell, Mrs. Howard Bishop, Mrs. Leslie Mabry, Mrs. Bobby Hedges, Mrs. Jo- hnny Long, Mrs. Randy Hod- gas, Mrs. Quinton Crawford, Mrs. Benny Hedges, Mrs. Bob Fox, Mrs. Eddie Howdock, and Mrs. Rich Henderson Wedding Mr. and Mrs Tom Bumg- ardner of Red Sulphur were recent weekend guests in Ch- arleston for the occasion of their son's wedding. The son, Jeffery, was married to the former SuSan Davis of Char- lesion, on October 31st. The new Mrs. Bumgardner graduated from High School in Michigan and attended Mars- hall University. Her husband, Jeffery, graduated from Stone- wall Jackson High School in Charleston and W. Va. Univ- ersity. He is presently em- ployed by Interstate Supply Also attending the weddi" were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bo Canterbury of Red Sulphur. 4-H News Recently students in Mr. Harvey's class at Hinton Area Elementary organized a new club. Mrs. Vaughn called lhe meeting together. The group elected officers. Elected were : President - Candy Wills: Vice Presidenl - Jonathan Harvey: Secretary - Nancy Meadows', Treasurer - Eric Richmond; Reporter - Vicky Gunter; Song leader - Audra Harvey and Timmy Ward: Game leader - Stephan- ie Walker, Joe Rodes: Pledge Leader - Leslie Sisson. The group voted on a name for the club as '" Harvey's Hillbillies". Class project will be West Virginia Trees am's Creek Mo0mt Pisgah Morning Worship. 9:30 a.m,: Church Sch(ml, 10:30 a,m.: tMYF Tuesday. 5':,o p.m. Talcott Ch t, rch Beech Run wed. night at.7'30 pm Pastor, CaelSde G ri ffit h Creet: Supt. C.L Ratliff, Sunday chool, 10 a.m.: Worship Ser. Donald Spade, Pastor viceeach2nd&4thSundayat It Sunday School. l0 a,m.: S.S . ',.m.: Prayer meeting, Weds., 7 Supt. Melvin L. Ryan: Preach. Be]lepolnt Charge p.m. ing tst & 3rd Sundays. l1 a.m. ' River Valley First MlllerRev David SchillMemorial RI. 12 Forest Hill RoMd ,iReverendLance Yost Pastor Church School, 10 a.m.; Morn- Bill Jenkins, Pastor Sunday SChool. l0 a.m.: Steve ing Worship, It a.m.: Evening u , m. Sunday School, Oakley McCoy, Supt.; Morning Wof Service, 7:30 pro, ,UMYF Gnmmen, Supt.:AI am. Morn. ship II a.m.: Midweek Service. Wednesday, 6 p.m, !ingWorship:7:30p.rn. Evening 7:30 p,m,: Evening Service. ,'Service: 7 p.m. Youth Fello w- 7:3o p.m. ' ship. Thurs. Meadow Creek" Cen tra I nay. William ('arter S.S Supt. Mrs. EE. Johnson; m.zba.t S.S. l0 am. every Sunday: 95 am. Church School: II Prayer Service. Wed,. 6::10: ,m, Morning Worship: 6:30 Worship Service, third Sunday. , ,n. YF: 7:00 p.m. 'Evening II a.m. Christian Corn m unity Bill Neely, Minister Worshio Services. Sundav. It a.m. and 7:0Q p.m.: BIb'le Study l0 a,m.; Wednesday; 7:e0 p.m First Christian Richard Via Minister Sunday Scho , 9:45 a m : Mo." nine Worship. 11 am : EveninF Wotship, 7 pm. Wednesday Evcnmg Service. 7 p.m - Sunday night 6:00 Episcopal aev. nay Wlmin It a,m. First and, Third Snn- days, Holy Communion It Ii a.m. Second. and Fourth' , c0mplimenls ! Sundays, 0t the I HINTON ]: Baptist Nimitz Methodist Ch.are Cathnllc l NEWS t James Toler. faster nick neam " Kirby arags; Supt. ", C, "" - Cook's Chapel z,ed: AUtSt. tli. I'tl,tSu,ld,, t. Patrick JOhn S, Atkiasoo, Pastor bunQay ehool; Worship, I! ., &:lrd Sunda) Mass Schpd.l.. . 10 a.rn. Sunday Schooh Supt. ' a.m.: Evening Worship, 7pm : Brooklyn 9:15.. ':' Saturday 5 .m;"unday, 9 ing Worship; 6 p.m. BYF: 7 People's Meeting, Wed. 7:,16 Sand Knob 11:30 P.M. p.m. Evening Worship; Wed., 7 p m.: Mark Ell*son. Sr, youth Nimitz Holy Days 6 p.m F rs p.m. Prayer Meeting. olreclor; Jumors eacn Yuesua, 211{I and llh Sunda** Friday,, 6 p.m at 7 p.m ; Senior Youth each Ih,thal t :tql-lqulo MarthaCh'pelll:00Mad''s t BRIERS [ 1 FURNITURE | : t -0, ,I ...... l "'l ,| BIG 4 DRUG i i] prescription and I drug needs | i founlain service I i: 1 466.Z323Hin10"n [ . Worst p: T pm Wedaesday Indian M;II. TAi.t'irrTt'll.titi;E Church of :i Mid-cek Service. Pastor: Bill Bashilnl lanw l':. Ihtilt') pastor Secont{ S.S. Supt.: James KeaHey FIIREST Illl.i, church Schoo Ch rist FIRST NATIONAL i ........ ,, ...... l i '1HI Wt rsh p I(() Isl and 'lrd ' Talcon unoav CflOOI IU ."l..M. L'ldbbb ' ' ' ........ " Sundav 7'3(} 9nd Sunday n gh . zev. =.t:. opn ,or art ages. " T,l ' " Sh,,ct-lev Ilill ' z BANK OF HINTON First Sun. Service II A.M, Worsh ,rvi I I A ." _. NITV illlz,i<zn T'tdrdSun. Servlce?PM. : .. p. ce. ,.t. aria st.()l{Slll P II '()"nd allCJ 4th "TugCreeknoad Bible Clau each F' l every Su may ,,, , - Sunday Worsh p. a n :. Sun- t PM ' " " " " .unaa,, i:3o3rdSunda, ngh day Eveoing. 6:30 p.m: IONALD MEADOWS ' Sunday a 3:00 . , B.Y.F, (i:3tl PM. every Sun.aYt.hurc[ ,,:,,h( m ,,,. u , Ne' Salem" Bath! ('bureh " ) "" ' '"""' ' "' Wednesday Serv ces, 7: p.m. X " P Praver meeting Wed 7 1 M N ............ ' Pastort.E. ilatb, " t' I n" . ........... ' .,,oo  Ill FUNERAL PARLORS Bill Gtpson Minister bunoay .... Senoo' t0 Church p a G WtIRSlIIP: I1:00 1 st and 3rd SundayMorningBioleStutl" I It'" " ' : Do,*F Shade. Pastor Sunday. Church School 10:00 ' iu:dammtal Benny Allen  Sup1., Sunday 7::10 4th Sunday night. AM. : e lI 466-1179 , Sundry morning v,' rship . r Sclttd, I0 a.m.: Preaching 2nd I  in Hinton | , , and4lhSundavs. 1 am. " OK('ItOVF vicetl AM. Vleactow LreeP. " ' , ' SundatEveningServt,, s71M. m,(m.o,m..D , Feamster Freewi]] WORSlilP: I0:00 2nd and 4th Wednesday evening s.,viees 7 . Sunday ('hurch Sch ml It:00: Lad.s lible study Tuesday, I0 Tyro miles north of Alderson on the Alta Road Sunday Schunl. l0 a.m : Baptisl' Youth League. 6 pro. : Evening services, 7 v.m }]ellepoi n t I)aNlor 7:30 Ist Sunday night Hinton AM. I.i ndslde ,,r.,, Summers st. :Minister Philil Stn'atti,; Red Sulphur Sunday morning Bible Study. l0 Marshall Foler. Pastor a m i Sunday morning Wiwship Scricc every see,rod Sunday. 7 Service. |0:'45 am Sunday ilarley N. Towler .It'. pm : every flturth Sunday, II Jhn Mann, SS. Supl: Sunday am. Tern pa .School. la am.: Morning Wor- W.W. Beaver, Pastor ship, II a.m.; BYF. Wed,. 7 Sunday School. 10 a.m. Mel -m: Evening Worship, 7:30 m Midweek Prayer Serv ce. vin Williams, Supt., Preachmg;ed. ' 7::1o p.m.; AWANA. Ist and 3rd Sundays. 11 a.m. ;ed .s :,o n m Pa|ter -Lero v "l-,ck I0 A.M. Bible 8boo; It A.M. Momg Worship $:1 P.M. Youth Meeting 7: P.M. Evening Wohlp . 7 P.M. Thurs. - Mid- Week Prayer & Bible 8Lady ]oh nson Minister, llubert Groves S.anl (;r.ves. Lay Leader. Sludy. 'J:45: Worship. I1 a.m Bekley Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Sunday Worshlp. 9:30 AM Sunday School . 10:45 AM Rural Acres Garden Club P resby terian Keller Dean K. Veltnlan. Pastor !.:tn W,)rshq.Scrvices held m ,St and :lrd Sundays. Centervillc Green,, ilia Evening Service. 7:00 p.m Wednesday Eveninu S,,r'.iee Ohers Riverview Chapel Speaker herr) I)ilkinglon Snnda'. 9:30 l.,)rd's Table: I t:{Sl F'alllJly Bihh, II.ur: 4:o1 .hmior Young l)eoph,: 7:311 Evel,mg th,spcl + American Red Cross 512 Rural Acres Drive Service ,Vedm',da) The Second Baptist Church tBetween Valley & Eisenhower fi:',to Senmr Young,: 7::|o ReV. James Cox - PaRLor Drives) Prayer nlecling and Itihlc 212 James Street Robert L. 'Hoepner, Pastor Slud.v Services the 2nd & 4th SundaF.. s2-2o . Jumpin Branch at II o' clock each month  " ' 9:45 Sunday School each Sun. Tabernaclc Mr. James Nichelson - Supt. ' Elmo Alderman. Sr.. I'ust0 "]'lml ('o[flnan, Supt, Sunday School. 9:45 am: ,Morrting W.rship. 1(1:45 a m: "fnulh Felh,sl,np. I;:30 prn : Et'nill ''.rship. 7:30 p.m : Prayer SeIVICC Wed. 7::tll Pentecostal t|,,liness I1 Main Slreet t h'anvilh. Martin Sunday Service. 7 pm : Friday Service, 7 p'm Mrs. Edith Goode, Assistant Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Beckley Sunday Worsh!p 9:30 AM Sunlay SchOOl 10:45 AM Rvral Acrss Garden Clul: It) am. Sunday Sch.oh 7'45 Sunday School, It) am.: Morn- pm Community Worship ing W'wship. II am. each Sun- Service. dav Evening services Sunday I:estnut Grove Freed.n* Ilapti.t t'hurch Pastor Eddie Johns')n 'r. Adkins . .: s.s Isl & :lrd Sundays al II Supt. Charles Wyant a.m.: S,S, 2nd & 41h Sundays al .._A:. it: Supt.. Jack Cales Io a ,'.1 : Preaching services tsl & 3r, Aundays'al 9:45: Preach- I'r,':whing II a III . 7 pin ,I,ach irg ',rvice 4th Sat nights al Suaday 7' It.. I'ra.vt,r Scrvwe.%%e( ; ) nl Little Wolf Cre.,I." Little Waif Creek Independent Baptist Church Off Rt. 12 on Little Wolf Creek Road. , Pastor Donald L. Hannah S.S. Supt. Thomas Lowry Sunday School 10 A.M. " Worship Servie 11 A.M. ]  r t I( )l,'S Youth .MeeU'ng 7: P.M. Sun. Sun. Eve. Service 7:30 I'astm'. he'. ,lames F:..Iohnm . Mid Week Service Wed. ,7:30 Edv, ard (' 'ruN. Supl. Sunda. P..M. School. 10 a m . I rcachmg II ['i,  t'Ct'i.?. * ';am. 2nd ,& 41h Sundays Sur day nighls. 7 p,m: Prayer Eddie narrl.% Pastor meetings. Thurs 7:;t0 {.a 111 ( ) 11 $12 Rural AcrBS Drive .... m  ' SundavSch,., E.(; ('rawhrd, Wed.. al 7 p.m ; BYF. Sunday GrassvMeadows -,...' . '  Supt,:'ll am Morning Worship al fi p.m. " Ioam, Sunday schooh Worship ['abcrnac[e [ , ne Lrove . Service on Ist ahd 3rd Sundays. ._ Pick and :trd.Sundavs a I a re. and6 Paslor. W. C Sampsun " " p.m, " " ' Sunday Sfhool Supt. Bill Hawks Hen's Creek Sand|tone Bapat Church Sunoav Scmt,'lt/a m : .,.,)c Greenville o/p Pastor George Ceak , Morning wor. l0 a.m. Sunday School: 7:45 -- epsi at your // 00day Sch00o, s.p,. Even,ngworship . Meadows 7:311 p.n. : Wednesday Evening p.m. Community Worship /1 A q Sunday School 10 A.M Servict. 7::m p.m " Service vorite store Mo00,ng Worship It ^M Evening Service. 7:00 P.M. I ].aurcl Creek First Presbyterian Rev Tom Q. Johnston, Ministe'  Wed. Prayer Meeting and I. Pastor, Eddie Johnson ,Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Youth Meeting 7:00 P.M. Sundav School to am.: :. Keatley prin,s Preaching, Isl sad :|rd Sundav. Worship II:90.A.M. ' . . ,*- " '; day,allma'm'HaroldSUndayPreachingMeeks,SundaY;everYsupt Sun-10 evening, 7:30 p m : ItYF;. lv:00.lvsrP.M. Ilntlil ' Leatherwood n. (.t, i1 .,,I ,.Im** r. m" !" , Pastor Tom Treadway t'alEd'q*r@lutlt*r ' Sunday'8hool - 10 A.M. s. ;,:hool ,o ^.M Randy Hedges- Soperintendent ' 10 am. unday Sehool; 11 a,m     spc +. . ,  Preaching Service, Sun,: 7:3t') snd.w"'Pv'' u ^q., Morning Worship - I1:00 A,M. p.m. Evenlng Service; 1:01, Pr=yer, atNe s; Evening Worship - 7:0 P,M,  l(lil I'P .... r" rfl.'l)S I'.  P ,m. Wednesday:: 'Ip " ':30 p'm' Wed. Bible Study. Pastoc: Rdv. Rick Henderson : , Subscribe I).1.. Stalnaker, Pastor 10 am Sundav Schmfl. classes , James Chapel ' |or all ages, llichard Ihflloran, I ator Hev. ll.B, Shrewsbury e ! [I" supt: I1 a.m. Morning Wor- services. 9 a,m.: Sundav 'ship: 7 p.m Nighl Service. Schml, l0 a,m. 'serm,,n hv pastor/ " Mary Jan,' Memorial Savings ' m.C*** wm ' . Pastor Reno n. Richmond Baptist Church Sunday School, 10 a.m: Morn- i: FUNERAL pARLORS Sunday Sehool iO:O0 a m.a,m. 'Norship, 7:3o p.m.; ing Worship, II a.m.: Eveningwed. Pray. ' bottled by . Preaching,,., '--reA Jreaehingun. Night ?:00p.m. er meeting, 7:30 o.rn., " P/ps i-Cota. Inc, Prayer ieetingWed. ?:00 p.m, of Alderson, W. Vo. Pastor: E. R. " Buck" 1,ree Hintou Judmm FreewilIBaptlt Re,. Wiiliam Y9ung . under authority of Puosico, N.Y. Ch,ch . Churchsehool, 9:45a.m.: Mof Great! Paslor bert Keaat ning Worship, I I a m. : Evening Sun. ech..10AM Worship, 7:30 p,m,; Midweek Preaching 11 AM Prayer Fellowship, Wed,, 7:30 Eve. worship 7 p.m. , p.m 1[ Tues. 7 p.m. Prayer meat. 7 p.m. 1112 Main S,re'el U,at.. rellce BelllleU, Paslor Sunday School. 111 anl ; .Morn- ing W)rship II an1.: Toulh meeling. (;:3o p.m : Evangelisl. it' service. 7:30 pn): Biblc . Squdy. Wed. 7::tu pm Mount ()llv t Clarence E. Ita,cli[I. Pashu' Sunday School 10 am. Morning worship It am. Evening wor. Meeting Wednesda' ship7 P.M. Wed. evening 7 p.m. ChurcJ of God Caffn Ra_ptj_81 Chmr0h I Rev. Ronaid Eockhart Sunda School III a hi..Mtlrn- ing Wnrship. II a m : Evange n!ghl services. 7 p I11 *ladam's Cruel Wesluvan , arran n. Mt:llugh, Pa,or Itl a m Sundav School: I I MorningService: 7 pm Sunda. niRhl service: 7:30 pm Wed, 2.5620 .............. Anglican Church ' ST. MICHAEL'SANGLICAN Fort Savannah Inn Lewisburg, w.Va. Fr. Harry B, Scott Ul, S.S.C. Priest-in-Charg e SUNDAY WoRShIP .... 4:00 P.M. All service conform to ,92s BOOK OF coMMON pRAYER Coffee and discussion following service EVERYONE wELCOME' Jehovah's Witness Sundav 10 am. public lalk: Sunday II am. Watchlower Sludy: 'rues,, 7:30 pm Theo- ' .'rafic School: Thurs. 8'3 p m Servicc Meeting "' Pi pestem " Church of G,d :: prayer T11eellng, charge of the Itanh Ilanlhrick. pa.,,tor class h.ader Ila ],eahm. Sund ty, Sch,.d Pcncc nrins Supl: Sunday School. 9:45 "' p.t,,,; Preachtng Service, II " , Ronald Cook. Pastor a.m ; Sunday Evening 'i Sunday School, l0 AM. Charles Worship. 7 p.m.: Bible Study, Barker. Supt.. Worship Service Wed.. evening 7 p.m. II A.M. Mid-week Prayer Ser- vice and Youth Fellowship . wd- 7:30 PM Pillar of Night services 7:30 P.M. ex- cept 5fh Sundays. Truth Church : Nazarene IOZ Temple St, ,2 t lilt Sprinzs Pastor nay. Robert Wiseman Pastor Major Holt  , S.S Supl, Mar.v ,lane Phillips. Sllllll;i),d Ili',lU \\; \\;1 ' SU da.v School, III Murni , .i*wIIItlv .l'shlll !1 Utl ,% '1 .. Worship. 11 am.: Evangelistic SundsYniSiS.rvie7:0OeM ,Service, Sunday night, 7 p.m: ,,I I;il)h' hT {1% , {Ht I' ,i Thurs., Prayer and Hible Study,