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Robert Burdett and Roy Walthall Griffith Creek Baptist Church erson conducted ordination two new deacons of the Robert (Bill) Burdette and Mr Burdet~e t!ves !n Community with his wife two sons. He is a farmer Carpenter. Mr Waithall is re- the C&P Telephone Corn- lives at Clayton with his He was ordained as a at the Mann Baptist Church. Eddie Harris invited the deacons and wives to sit in front of the church as he delivered the charge to the deacons. Scripture was taken from Timothy. Pastor Harris stressed the importance of each deacon and their obligations of service to Church, home and com- munity. Rosco Aliff gave the ordina- tion prayer with the laying on of hands by the pastor and other dea- cons. Deacons of the Church are Mr Aliff, Clarence Bragg and Melvin Ryan. in an Priscilla Maren How To Ease Older Child's Jealousy Child's Resentment Baby Very common for a young have difficulty adjusting to a the family. Children be- ages of two and three the hardest time. One Said to have asked, 13o. baby had been home a few days, " are we going to take' him SPECIALISTS IN INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE the child will act loving and toward the baby at first, start hugging the baby too Pinch or poke it on the sly. the young child will be- babyish -- wetting and Yen though toilet trained, a bottle, talking "baby crying and clinging at the atural for the young child to of the special attention that parents are giving It's common for the not being wanted any that they've got a new naybe they don't want their anymore. can help during this diffi- in at least two ways: 1) the new arrival with a mini- excitement, in a matter-of- 2) Making sure that each at a time) spends a little day alone with the child I attention, too. attention that means the well-being of a baby important for the two- at this time also. car of this at- the sharing of pleasurable by parent and giving pleasure to the to-three-year-old it thing lun together will help foster more security and go a long way toward alleviating jealous feelings. In addition, at any time of the day when you are feeling amused by your child, or touched, or interested in what your child is doing, take a few moments to show your feelings and share in your child's work or play. These few moments of positive attention, when they are heartfelt, will, help offset the inevitable times when you feel tired and irritable. Something Fun To Do Together Look at a magazine or picture book together and ask your child to tell you about the pictures. Something to Make With Your Child Paper Clip Jewelry With a box full of ordinary metal paper clips, it is easy to make neck- laces and bracelets. Show your child how to hook them together to make a long chain. Then you can add dangling clips, small buttons or beads. ing together on the couch, tucked around both of SOngs together and clapping games and lng "mother" or "father" cat crawling and tumbling m together on a swing, child on your lap (also a slide with the child on both enjoy that kind Around a Rosie," of you, and falling down arms at the end. regular times each day Your child to do some- out a to the State: $14.00 0Ut-of-State: $15.00 Students: $10.50 :(9 months) CITIZZ S Messenger Court Street 24901 Alderson Baptist Mission Society Meets The Glenna Harris Mission Soci- ety of the Griffith Creek Baptist Church met for the first meeting of the year January 11. The meeting opened with the si'nging of the society's theme song "The Joy of The Lord." President Kathy Harris welcomed the ladies and thanked them for braving the cold to have fellowship together. Leota Harris had devotions, using as her topic "Turning a New Page of a new Year." Scripture was taken from Phillipians 3:13-14. She encouraged each member to set goals and strive to do more for the Lord in 1990. Ms Harris taught the lesson from Ge~"";~ 27:1-30 on Rebekah. This woman who had been so carefully selected to be Isaac's wife, a woman chosen by God, had not ful- filled the promise expected of her. She neglected to give God a chance to show what He can and will do for those who wait upon Him. Ms Harris stressed the importance of not get- ting ahead of God but learning to be patient in all things. Hope Aliff will teach the next lesson on the charac- ter of the Bible known as Potipharis' Wife. Letters were read from Will and Judy Wills of Calcutta, India thank- ing the Society for the gift sent at Christmas and praying for them daily as they serve as missionaries. The February meeting will be at Mrs Aliff's where the Society will be making and rolling bandages for for- eign hospitals and leper colonies. A covered dish lunch will be served at noon with Esty Tincher in charge of devotions. A surprise birthday party was given to Ms Harris. The cake was baked and decorated by Mrs Roy Walthall. After opening and display- ing gifts, refreshments were served. Those attending were Esty Tincher, Melava Walthall, Linda Burdette, Lucy Wenger, Hope AlOft, Dorothy Simms, Leota Harris, Kathy and Mary Ann Harris. J. Lewis Detch, Jr Weds Julia Thebaud J. Lewis Detch, Jr and Julia The- baud were married December 30 at fhe home of Mr and Mrs Paul S. Detch in Lewisburg. The bride is the daughter of Lieu- tenant Colonel (Retired) and Mrs Delphin Thebaud of Severna Park, Maryland. Judge Charles Lobban per- formed the ceremony and Reverend Ross Evans blessed the nuptials Music preceding the ceremony was played by the groom's niece, Kristi Detch. The bride's daughter, Jen- nifer Murphy, was flower girl, and Vanessa Thebaud, niece of the bride, was maid of honor. The groom's brother, Paul Detch, was best man. 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