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d s n t t] t4 n a a h ff s tL ig ai C BI 4 - Hinton News Tues. Aug. 13, 1991 I III The Hinton News Published Tuesday ByThe Hinton Publishing Corporation 210 Second Avenue Hlnton, W Vs. 25951 r, ommsu,w Fred Long Publisher - Editor Phone (304) 466-0005 USPS 246-180 By Carder Sub=cris By Mail 25 Daily st3.,w wyw lCus ;S WV Is ttdm NlSmmt ta .ehmm Soad Clms Poeta Paid At Hlnton, WV Articles submitted to the Hinton News must reach the office by Fri. day noon in order to be considered for publication i n 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 oflco by Mon- day noon in order to be considered for publication in that week's paper. 'Round Hinton By: Shirley Garten Jolliffe Aug. 4, Peter Martin Meadows of Madams Creek had a birthday. Aug. 5, Ruby Martin became 23. She lives in Avis. John W. Burdette was 15. He lives at Sandstone. Aug. 6, Terri MeadorofNew River Road had a birthday. So did John W. Bragg, 60, of Meadow Bridge, Edith Sears of Hinton was 64. Miss Melinda Jane Vandall, Aug. 7 Donna Bragg of Wayside daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny B. became 32 and Nancy Buckland of Vandall, of Sandstone, WV., became Hinton also had a birthday, the bride of James Jason Gore, son of Recently Hattie Belle and Jack Mr. and Mrs. William R. =Bill" Gore, Graham and Master David of Hinton, WV., in a double ring Richmond visited Hinton. They are ceremony on Sat. June 22. The two now from Woodbridge, Vs. p.m. ceremony took place at Sand- Aug. 6, Hettie Belle Qrahnm had stone Baptist Church with Rever- s birthday, end George =Pete" Cook performing On Aug. 7, Faye JoUiffe had a the ceremony. Mr. & Mrs. James Jason Gore Vandall- Gore were decorated with baskets of fresh flowers of white snapdragons, peach stargazers, lillies, white pompons and miniature peach carnations. Two fifteen branch spiral candelabras with white candles accented with fresh ivy and baby's breath were also featured. The lighting of the unity candle by the bride and groom was held to symbolize the unity of their love as one. White aisle cloth A program of nuptial music was presented by Ann Gore, of Hinton, cousin of the groom was the pianist. Lora Bennett, of Beaver, friend of the bride, was soloist, she sang =Nobody Knows Me Like You Do" and 'he Rose'. Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a formal gown of white satin, designed by her Aunt Dixie Hall of True, WV. The gown featured a fit- ted bodice trimmed with venice lace and seed pearls and a Queen Anne neckline with tulle netting and embroidery trim. The long full length sleeves were over-laid with embroidered appli- ques trimmed with venice lace and seed pearls. The full expansive train featured large embroidered appliques trimmed in venice lace and seed pearls. Encircling the skirt and hemline was a band of scalloped lace which surrounded the entire skirt around the train. Topping her wedding attire was a waist length veil with satin trim and topped with a satin bow and simu- lated pearl drops. She carried a cas- cade bouquet of sonya roses, mini- ature carnations, pinocchio, pom- poms, baby's breath, pearls and ivy. The only jewelry she wore was a single pearl drop necklace, a gift from the groom. Lori Foster Cales, ofHickory, N.C., cousin of the bride, served as Matron of Honor. She carried a white satin fan with miniature peach carnations, ivy, baby's breath and peach ribbon. She wore a tea-length dress of peach taffeta and lace with matching shoes and white lace gloves. The bridemaids who were dressed identical to the Matron of Honor were Sonya Murrell, friend of the and cummerbund. His boutonnier was a peach rose. William R. =Bill" Gore, father of the groom served as best man. His attire was white with peach bow tie and cummerbund. His boutonnier was a miniature peach carnation. Groomsmen were Gordy Hardy, friend of bride and groom, Jackson L. Scott, Jr. brother-in-law of groom, both of Hinton and Danny Wayne Vandall, brother of the bride of Sandstone, WV. Their attire was also white with peach bow ties and cummberbund. Their boutonnieres were miniature peach carnations. The bride's mother wore a street length dress of pink chiffon with long sleeves. The groom's mother wore a cham- pagne colored street length dress made of chiffon with longl ace sleeves. Both mothers wore gamilla cor- sages. The wedding was directed by Kelly Kirk Henthorn of Charleston, W.Va. and the photography was done by Fox's Photography of Hinton, WV. The flow ers were done by Hinton Floral Shop. Andrea Gore, cousin of the groom, of Hinton, attended the bride's book. Programs were distributed by Stephanie Marie Lemon, cousin of the bride of Hinton. Following the ceremony a recep- tion was held in the church fellow- ship hall. The bride's lace covered table was centered with a three tiered cake with stairs leading to the two tiers on both sides decorated with peach roses, white bells andlillies. It also featured a peach colored flow- ing water fountain. Topping the cake was a porcelin bride and groom. The cake was baked and decorated by Alma Jo Lowry of Daniels. After bride and groom, and Kristi Gore cutting the cake Linda Roberts of Meadow Creek, Anneta Phillips and Scott, sister of the groom both of Shirlene Smith, both of Pipestem Hinton, and Andrea Johnson, cousin of the bride, of Pence Springs. All bridesmaids carried matching nose- gays of miniature carnations, pinoc- chio ponpoms and baby's breath with peach ribbon. Jennifer Michelle Lemon, cousin of the bride, of Hinton, was flower girl and was dressed identical to that ofthe attendants. She carried a white lace basket with peach ribbon containing peach rose pedals. . Michael William Gore, cousin of the groom of Hinton, served as ring bearer. His attire was white tails, served as hostesses. After a honeymoon trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C., the couple will reside in Fort Myers, Fla., where the groom is employed. LILLY REUNION The Lilly Reunion held at the Lilly Reunion Grounds - Flat Top, W.Va. Aug. 16, 17, 18. No admission charges. Everyone is welcome. Tentative program: Singers, en- tertainers, etc. but not complete. Lilly Reunion Family ])inner Fri. 16th. 6:30 pro. The Acord Family Band, Dr. Neri singer and enter- tainer. Mountain Creek Gospel Sing- ers,"Earl of Elkview" George Daugh- erty. Johnny McCarty =One man Show" Country Cream singers duet. The Palmetts State Quartet featur- ing Hovie Lister. Summersville Cloggers, The Nobleman Quartet. Speakers: Honorable N. Joe Re- hall, Congressman; Honorable Wil- liam R. Wooton, Senator; Honorable Bob Wise, Congressman; Dr. Edwin H. Welch, President University of Charleston; Dr. Henry Marockie, W.Va. State Superintendent of Schools; Major General Joseph J. Skaff; and Honorable Billie Wayne Bailey, Jr. Senator. CCC REUNION The 14th Annual CCC Reunion Chapter #1 will be held at Camp Woodbine, Richwood, W.V. Sat. Aug. 17th. this year. In case of rain it will be switched to Richwood High School same day. All CCC alumni, all forest service and dept. of Natural Resources Per- sonell, families and friends are in- vited to attend, please bring picnic lunch. Come on down and enjoy the food, fun, live band entertainment and above all Good Fellowship. Preneed Funeral Planning Certificate of Deposit thru you Local Bank or Forethought Life Ins. Co. Our competent staff has been professibnally 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 sewing families like yours and ws 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.., now or in the future. birthday. Looking back Kenneth Meadows had a birthday July 15. Bonnie Meadows Woody had a birthday Aug. 7th. also. She is for- merly of Hinton and she now lives in Princeton. The first week of Aug. Christina Jo]liffe, Regina Jordan, Rodney Rne Jot|life and Douglas Edward Ayers all had birthdays. Anyone with anything to an- nounce, please call 466.5787 before 8:00 P.M. SENIOR NEWS ACTIVITIES AT THE HINTON SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF SECOND AVE. AND SUM- biERS ST. Partially funded by the W.Va. Commission on Aging Wed. Aug. 14 Menu: Brown Beans/Onions, Cabbage, Watermelon, Cornbread, Milk/Butter. Thurs. Aug. lS Menu: Chicken Livers, Buttered Potatoes, Mustard Greens, Choco- late Pudding, Bread, Milk/Butter. Activities: Bingo for prizes after lunch. Fri. Aug. 16 Menu: Baked Ham, Fried Apples, Sweet Potatoes, Lemon Pudding, Biscuits, Milk/Butter. Activities: Gospel sing at 11:15. Mo Aug. 19 Menu: White Beans/Ham, Toma- toes, Sliced Peaches, Cornbread, Milk/Butter. Activities: Bible Study with Ed- die Johnson, at 11:15. Tuel. Aug. 20 Menu: Hamburger, Lettucs/To- mato/Onion, Tater Tots, Apple Cob- bler, Bun, Milk. , , , ,,, Menu changes may occur due to the Unavailability of foods or due to circumstances beyond our control. Scheduled Bus Tripe Aug. 16 -- Mercer Mall Aug. 21 -- Pence Springs to Hin- ton Blood Pressure Clinics Sandstone Aug. 14 Hinton House Aug. 19 COUNCIL The Consumer Advocacy and Advisory Council for persons with disabilities will meet on Aug. 13, at 6:00 PM, at Mountain State Centers; For Independent Living, 329 Prince St. Beckley, WV. For more information call 255 - 0122 or 1-800-545-2245. The candle lit ceremony and altar completed the setting, with peach bow tie and cummer- RONALD MEADOWS r , ;;. ,  ,- : -!bund*I-l.ieboutonnier was a mini-  t.. i I ;. ttre,pelu}h: ,carnatin" . .... ; ,: oo bn  .....  . THANK YOU .. , I, The bride s,father attire was also i=HMI::00A/ As parade chairman for the 1991 WV State Water II white with black bow tie and cure- |V | L.. | |r=lL.. | #'It I | lim V | |le/ Festival Parade, I would like to thank all you, thell merbund. His boutonniere was a ....... .......  ___J_ _ eL_" ..... II miniature peach carnation lU iemple St., Hinton Phone 466-1179 paraae pamc]pants, those WhO Joaneu us incur d[ II -- .... " ... Jne groom was ac=rea ]n wn]e and especially the many, m any people who hned our[I tails by after six, with peach bow tie  streets. II ! , - Withutyutheparadewuldnthavebeenps'll That Blessings Mau Shme on You... sible. I can't fail to mention my committee. Youll .. . ..., ., helped me more than you will ever know. II 0me to 00Ourco Let's dota am next ear Iho eever one will g Y P Y [I aAPTiO.,- nd=n Mille Rollimbur 9 Jlmel Chapel et True Jumping Branch Tabernacle ,nma frierthat fn h,ln mnkp fhp naradP bi,Pr andl] Dtr I Ig I et Church D.L. Stalnaker, Pastor: 10 a.m. Rev.CaritonWitson,Pastor:Serv. Ray. ElmoAklerman.St., Pastor: .,J==. ,,(:.,.=,= .v ''=]L" ........... r ....... OO .... | 15eeFu qtlt;Url Steve Howdoak, Pester: S.S. Sunday School classes 1or a icesSam. Sun. School loam Dax4d Moran, Supt. Sun. School ,tF&,, Ti- ,,}n '1 II I Superintorldent, /UIce Bowyer, SupL J Keatley. Sunday ages. Richard Hooran Supenn. Johnson 9:45 am Morning Worship 10:45! lu,;tt:x. L ,z L/r,, .tuz=-.. II I Sunday Schoo110. Morning wor. Sctmol 10 A.M. Classes for aft tender 11 a.m. Morning Wor- Minister, Hubert Groves: Sam am Youth Fellowship 6:30 pm  incrlv II shlptl, agee. Worship. Sewice, 11A.M. ship, 7P.M. Night Service. Groves, Lay Leader. Study: 9:45. Evening Worship 7:30 pm Prayar' ....... J' II Betleldnl elNll Church and 7 P.M. Every Surday. Prayer Slndston Baptist Church Worship 11 am. Service Wed. 7:30 pro. i Uoh,,,,c Thn m ngon I I N. Bruce CreswaiL Jr., Pastor: Meeting Wed. 7 P.M. Pastor Eddie Johnson: Sunday Undaide Lutheran =__-- .  r II[ Sunday Service: Joe McBride, KleSeySim'Ingl SchootSupt, Bill Dean, Sunday Red Sulphur. Marshall Fowler, GoodShepherdLutheranChurch.! Parade Chairman ) SUpt., Sunday School 9:4.5 am. Baptllt Church Schoolt0A.M. MomingWorshlp" Pastor: S'vice every 2nd Sun- Beckley, Sunday Worship 9.'30 ,  Morning Worship, 11 am. YOUth Sunday School 10 A.M., Harold 1t A.M., Evening Services 7.'00 day 7 pm ever? 4th Sunday 11 am, Sunday SCho 11 am, 725: ' le41owshlp,5:45pm.EvenServ- Masks, Superintendent. P.M., Wed. Prayer Meeting and am. Dry Hill Road. 252-5820 or 252. I I Happy Birthday To Mother and Daddy 167 Pleasant St. Hlnton, W.Va. George B. Haynes, 93, Aug. 20, 1991 Ellen E. Haynes, 88, Aug. 16, 1991 We Love You! From All Your Children In Loving Memory of Betty Jean Johnson On her birthday Aug. 14 - Who passed away Oct. 7, 1990 There is a family who misses you badly. But we try to be brave and content for the tears we shed in silence. And we breathe a sigh of regret for you were Ours and we remember. Though all the world forgets a light from our house is gone. A voice we loved is still. A place is vacant in our home, which never can be filled. Some may think you are forgotten. Though on earth you are no more. But in memory you are with us, as you were always before. Sadly Missed by Mother Elsie Lilly Brothers & Sisters & Nieces Barbara K. Groves I I I k;e, 7 pro. Wedmmday Servk:o, 70pm. Payer Moeling and Bible Study. m Creek Lovail WHllarm, Pastor: Sunday School 10 ll.m. Morning Worship 11 e.rr each Sunday. Preyer meing Wed. at 7 p.m. B Y F Sunday at 6 p.m. Orm  Church Pastor   Edward Cyml, Sumy School Surtn- leaderlt,, Sun.Scho 10 Lm. Morning Wo41ip 11 iLm. Eve, nng Sewioe 7 p,m. Prayer Meeting Tues. at 7:30 p.m.Wed. SeMoe 7 p.m. Calvmy Bepiat Church Red Sulphur: Ray. Rick Hender. m, Sunday School 10 &M. Randy HO. Supedntenbent Morning Wohlp 11.'00 &.M, Evening Wohlp 7:30 P.M. Wed- nesday Wohip 7::30 P.M. Oregon Roy. Nhimlel Johnson: Sunday School. E. O. Col, Sulx, 11 e.m. MomlngWorsh D Every Sun- day. Preaching I st. and 3rd. Sun- days at tl Lm. Ind S p.m. Cent Pior RoL. Moora:S'.5 Lm. Chumh SChooL 11 &m. Morning Wo#llp. 80 p.m. BY F .NDO p.m. Eln 9 Womhip. 7 p.m. Wednaeda Mid - Week SenSe. (l'-,zthm Grove hptlltCllurch Pa:. eany Atom. Supnum- dS:  bnne Sunday School,  0 a.m. Momm 9 Womhlp 11 ILm. Evening SeNile 7:30 Wed, Evening Selce 7:30 p.m. Cook'e Cql (Regular BaetblChurch) John S. Alklnon, Plier: 10 a.m. Snday; SuPt. KyleKInzer. 11 l.m.i Morning Wend'alp. 6 p.m.. B Y F 7 p.m. Evea Womhip Wed. 7p.m. Prlym' Meaing.  To  noah ot Ai on the/dUt Reed, Sund/Sctnool I0 Lm. Batilt Youlh Leegue 8 p.nt Evening xrkm 7 p.m. Fk eqxl chch Sunday  9:45 =.m, Bruoe Rk;hmod. Su Momtng Wor- ship 11L m.. Evening Son,ice 7:0C ).m. Mid Week Se,wIoe 7;00 p.m. Hm e=qlet Church Pamor Jon E. Elelo: mlaas 2rid. & 4th, Sley 11;00, eta- day Night SeMON7:00, Wedr4- ' day Night 7:30,1at. & 3rd. Sunday,  AI Me Church At 60 P.M. ,.. Meeting. Gm Ilalill Church Dan 1oer, Pastor. Sunday SOP 10 .m.,Momlng Womhlp 11:00 Lm. Sunday Eveg S:O0 ).m. Wed. Evonlr 7:00 Im OHtI Creek E@n Rly Hatl &., Pastor: Sun- day S=o110 m. S. S. Sul. Ayan. W Svm sunda Eveaservk ,, o Wwk Prayer m4oe And Youth U=g E=: at 'h00 P.M. Llund Creek Baptbt Church Firm and third Sunday at 11:00 am.. Second and Foh Sunday at 7.'00 pro., Wednesday night Sen/k 7.'00 p., Sunday School 10:00 Ira. Pattor, Andy Howdoak Uak Creek Batll Church Sunday School at 10 am. Preach- ing Seri,11 am. Every Sun- day. Preyer Meeting Wednesday 7 pm. Ray. Tom McGraw, Pastor. Uttle Woff Creek tpert B&otst Church, Off Rt. 12 on the Llllle Wolf Creek Road. Pastor, Donald L. Hannah: Sunday School Superintendent. Wayne Browning, Sunday School 10,'00 am. Weship Service 11:00 am. Sun. Evening Service 7 pro. Youth Meeting Wednesday 6:30 pro.Mid Week Service Wddnee- day 7 pro, Meadow Cnmk Pastor J. L. Jorle: Sun.10 am. Sunday School; 11 am.. Morning Worship; 7  Evening Worship; 7 wn.Wednasday, Mkl Week Bible study and Prayer Meeting. Iodow Crk Ray, William Certor: Sunda, SChool Supednterident Mrs. E. E, Johnson. Snday Schoo} lOe.m m..-'y Sunday. Prayer servioe Wedmmday 60. Worship serv. k third Sunday at 11 e.rR Calvary Freewill Baptist Church. Sunday School 10:00 a.rrt. Preaching 11 ,0 a., preaching Sunday Night 7.'OC p.m., Prayer Mee(ing Wednsda 7:00, Pastor E. R. Buck Tyrae New Salem t Church Pestm, L E. Hahor: Sunda School 10.0. Church 11 .'00 Fun. Mira.= Weeionory Bal Church Pastor Amok Cooper. S, S. Sntendem gldf Dry, Sunday Schoa19:45., Morning Worship and Chlldmr Church 11 z.m. Sunday Morning. Everdng Sunday Worship 7:30, Pmyor Mee(ing and Youth Meet. InO 7:3O Wedrday. Pine Grove Plto W; C. Semper: Sunda SUI., Bill Hav/, Sunda lOam. Morning Wohlp 11;O0 KM. Wed Evening  7:30 p.m. Rlnda Anne Ideerlai Church Ster, WV. Son4ce ery 2ed., 4th. and h. Saturday evening= at 7:00 Im. River Vley I=11. 12 Forest Hill Road, Bill Jen. Pastor: 10 &m. Sunday Scoot gamey Gdmm. S,per. Intenderd I 1 Lm. MomPn Wo. ship. 7:30 Im. Evening SerVe, 7 p.m. Youth FwId'dp The. R Ch, mdunery j Ba4, Roy Lee Honakm', Jr..! Pastor: Jnday School 10 KM. Worhtp SenS 11 A.M. each i Sunday. Prayer Service. Bible! SeNk, Youth Meet|rig Wednas, day, 7 p.m, Youth Meeting 7 P.M. Second Taicoll, First Sun. Sauce 11 A,M,, Sunday at 3.'00 P.M. Second Baptist Church 212 James St., Rev. Matthew Saunders, Services 2nd. & 4th. Sunday 11 A.M., Prayer Sevk:e Wednesday 6:30, Sunday School each Sunday 9:30, Mr, James Nickoles Supt. Mrs. Edith Gcode, Aiat. Ten'qa Church Robert Combs, Pastor: Sunday School, 10 a.m. MeMn Williams. Supt. Preaching Services at 11:00 =.m. every Sunday. UINlnd BapUst Church Pastor Mike Ballard - Sunday School 10:00, Worship Services at - 11.'00. Bible Study Sunday Evening 7:00. CATHOLIC St. Patrick Catholic Chch, Mass Schedule, Sunday 9 a.m. CHRISTIAN Community Chdatlm Pastor Doug Hatche: Worship Servas Sun. 11 a.m. and 7.'00 p.m. Bible Study 10 a.m. Wed. 7:00 p.m. Rrst Christian Church Eddie Via, Minister: Sunday School 9:45 KM., Morning Wor. ship 11 CO A.M., Sunday Evening Bble Study, Sunday 6:00 Youth Meetings 6:00 CHURCH OF CHRIST Hinton 1621 Summers St. Minister, Phil. lip Strattis: Sunday Morning Bible Study 10 a.m. Sunday Morning We*ship Service t 0:45 a.m. Sun- day Evening Service 7:00 P.M. Wedmmday Evening Sl'vk 7 P.M. Lay Church of Sunday 10.'00, Bible Study 10:45, Evening Sunday 7.'00 p.m., Wed- nesday Bible Study 7:00 P.M. ShocUey Hm Tug Creek Road, Sunday Wor- ship 11 A.M. Sunday Evening 6:30 P.M. Wednesday Service 730 P.M. EPISCOPAL 11 a.m. First and Thkd Sundays, Holy Communion 11 a.m., Sec- ond and Fourth Sundats. METHODIST Bellepoint Miller MamodaiChurcb School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Lm. Evening Service 7:30 P.M. U M Y F Wednesday 6 p.m. RIll ted Mndltst Church Hinton,WVGeraid F. DotlKm, Min- ister: Sunday Scmot 9:45 A.M. Maming Womhip 1 l:t00A.M. Chad m avble: M Ornems wire chil- dren. Wednesday Prayer VinDII 11:00 A.M.- 1:00 the Sat'- tuay. Wednesday Youth Club, 4.t)0 P.M. 6.1)0 P.M., For Trans- polation: 466-0544 Ma W Jane Memorial Pastor Rang H. Richmond: Sun- day School t0 am Morning Wor- ship 11 am. Evening Prayer Meet. ing 7:30 pm. llhedlt Charge Rick Bem: Fk'st Sunday & 3rd. Sunday, Brooldyn 9:15. Mt. Zio 10:15 A.M., Sand Knob 11:3 P.M,, Nimilz 2nd. and 4th. Sun- day. Bathai 9.', Pluto Martha Chapel 11,1:)0. Madams Creek. Mount Piagxh Morning Worsho 9:30 am Church School 10:30 am U M Y F Tues- day 5:30 pro. New Hope C. Franklin Mic, Pastor: Sunday School 10am.Wurship Ist& 3rd; Sun. 11 a/n& 4th Sun. at 7.'30 p. Oak Grove C. F rankSn M k;K, Pastor; Sunday' School at 11 am, Womhip 2nd & 4th Sun., lOam& 1st 7pro Tolcott Charge C. Franklin Mick, Pastor: Forest Hil, 1= & 3d Sundays:Worship 10 am, Sun. School 11 am. TrUly C. Franklin MicK. Pastor: Sunday School 10 am. Worship sewicas 2nd & 4th Sun. 11 am & 3d Sun. at 7:30pro PRESBYTERIAN Cenmrvtlle GmanvHle, 10 am Sunday School 7:45 pm, Community Womhip Service. Rrst Preebytedan Church Rev.Robed H. Gles: Sunday School 9:45 & Womhip 11 ."{30 am Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 pro. Hen's Crk Greenville, I0 am Sunday School 75 pro. Community Worship Sewlco. Keller el  Ray. stewart McMurray, Pastor, Worship Sorvlc hd at 2:30 pm m 1st. and 3rd. Sunday=. MaBlenny Rev. e,m McMur,my. Pastor. Gray Meadow,lO iLm. Sun- day ,.:hooL Womhrp Seh4oe hekl at 9amon Nora KeetOn. Purer: Sunday School 10 am, Morning Wohip 11 am, Evening Wohip 7 pro, Wed. Eyeing elblo Study 7 pro. 215 Second Ave., Hlntoa. Mimert Chuh o(Ged 1301 Su St. Pester Cedl Welch: Sunday School 10 am Morning Worship tlam Sunday NIgM 7 pm Wed. Night 7 pro. Hlmun Gop Tnnec 102 Main $1ra. Lmvnoe Ben. natl. Pastor: Sunday ,School 10 am MorlIngS Worship 11:00 am You m so prn Evung lsllc Sorvkle 7:30 pm Bib study Wedmmday 7:30 pro. Jchomh'e Wimm Sunday 10 am Putc Talk, Sun- day 11 am Wat0Mowor, Study Tuesday 7:30 pro, Theemmic Schoo Thursday 8:30 I Sw- k Meetg. 4793, Rev. Kenneth L. Fay. Mount Olivet Church A community church, Madams Creek Road, 2 1/2 miles, Wlliam A. Thompson, Pastor: 466-4299, Sunday School 10:00 am Morn- ing Worship 11.'O0 am, Evening Service 7:30 pm EDT. Wednas- day (7 pm EST. winter). Nazarene 1602 Temple St. PastorRev. Robert Wiseman: Sunday Schee 10 am Morning Worship 11 am Evangelist Sorvae Sunday Night 7 pm Thursday, Praye and Bible Study 7 pm. Pillar o1 Truth Church At 8arger Springs, Pastor, Orvillle Meadows: Sunday School 10.'00 am, Morning Weship 11  am, Wednesday Bible Study 7.'00 In Riverew Chalet Speakers Harry Pilkington: Sun- day, 9:30 Lord's Table 11.'00 Famdy Bibte Hour. 4.'00 Junim Young People. 7:30. Evening Service. Spruce Run Chapel On Fit, 12 near Forest Hill. Area- Pastor: Earl Hissom, Jr. SS 10 am Morning Worship 11 am. Sedce Fd. 7:30 pm. m HINTON NEWS 466-0005, BRIERS Inc. FURNITURE HlnT0n 209 2rid Ave. 466-0691 BIG 4 DRUG STORE, Inc prescription and drug nerds fountain service 466-2323 Compliments of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HINTON 466-2311 Member FDIC RONALD MEADOWS FUNERAL PARLORS 466-1179 130 Temple St. Hinton I ! | i L.