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2B The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 14, 1992 to Install Scott Buell, who recently ac- cepted a call to the pastorate of the Ronceverte Church of the Nazarene, will be formally in- stalled in a service at the church set for 7 p.m. Thursday, April 16. The public is invited. Taking part in the service will be Harold Smith, district super- intendent of the denomination's West Virginia South District, and various other ministers from throughout the district. Buell comes to Ronceverte from a position as associate pas- tor of the Church of the Naza- rene In Dunbar. He succeeds David Harris, who left the Ron- ceverte church in September to organize church work in the Lake Norman area of North Carolina. The church is located at 610 West Main Street in Ronceverte, one block east of the Ronceverte Public Library on U. S. 219. Supper in WSS Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church of White Sulphur Springs will have its annual spaghetti dinner Wednesday, April 22 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Carry-outs will be available from 4 to 5 p.m. Prices are $4 for adults and $2 for chil- dren. All proceeds go to ~the First Presbyterian Church Re-Building Fund. Heaster Family Gives Thanks Our sincere thanks and ap- preciation to those who sent cards and flowers, called at home, brought In food, or thought of us and said a prayer. A special thanks to Reverend Le- roy Crane, Reverend Ernest Mar- tin, and soloist Carrie Her- shberger, and the Christian Four. The family of William F. Heaster Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mollish Cindy Fulmer, Joseph MoUish Married in Richmond, Virginia Cindy Rene F'ulmer and Jo- seph Edward Mollish were united in marriage February 29 in Richmond, Virginia. The bride Is the daughter of Harry and Melanie Fulmer and Sheila and Tim Miller of Parkers- burg. The groom is the son of Anthony and Carol Mollish of Lewisburg. The bride's co-malds of honor were Kris AUoway, Shannon Nel- son, and Lora Ogden, all of Park- ersburg. The groomsmen were David Mollish, brother of the groom, David Webb, brother-in- law of the groom, and Kevin Fulmer, brother of the bride. Fol- lowing the ceremony, a reception was given by the mother, step- mother, and grandmother of the bride. The bride is a 1991 graduate of Marshall University in Hunt- ington, with a bachelor's degree in marketing. She is employed by Southern Health Services in Richmond. The groom holds a backelor's degree in business from Marshall Univer3ity and re- ceived a master's degree "from West Virginia University in Mor- gantown in 1991. He is a project manager for Central Parking Systems in Richmond. The couple Is residing in Richmond. Good Friday The children and grandchil- dren of Mr. and Mrs. Mason W. White Invite their friends and relatives to a gala 60th wedding anniversary party Saturday evening. April 18. 6 p.m.. at the Elizabeth Chapel United Methodist Church near Organ Cave. The celebrants, the former Miss Mamle Wilson. daughter of Charlie and Laura Bland Wilson. and Mason. son of Albert and Cora Trent White, all of Monroe County, were married in Ronceverte April 16. 1932. by Reverend John B. Cook. ~ According to relatives. "The only gift necessary is your attendance." The office of the Greenbrier County Committee on Aging will be closed April 17 to observe Good Friday. No meals will be served at the Rupert Senior Cen- ter, the Lewisburg Nutrition Site, the Alderson Nutrition Site, or the White Sulphur Springs Nu- tritlon Site. The senior bus and the senior van will not be run- ning. Get the Best for Less! Rear tines, powered wheels do all the work. Bust sod, make seedbeds, cultivate, build rich soil. 6 sizes to choose from... perfect tbr any garden! Immediate delivery! TB-22 GREENBRIER VALLEY CUB CADET 1/2 Mile Oil 1-64 US 219 N. LEWISBURG, WV 645-4763 Elder Randy Murphy listens as Kay Alvis of the Lewisburg Seventh- Day Adventist Church explains her "Investment" projects. Kay Alvis Makes Crafts to Raise Money for Church 'Investment' Elder Randy Murphy, Presi- dent of the Mountain View Con- ference of Seventh-day Advent- ists, was surprised on a recent visit to the Lewisburg Seventh- day Adventist Church when Kay Alvis, a member of the church, informed him she had raised over $300 of "Investment" by selling her own craft creations. AI is demonstrated how inex- pensive materials can be used to make decorative mouse deodor- izers covers, tissue box covers, Christmas ornaments, universal calendars, Christmas card and bulletin cover placemats, and handmade quilts. She donates all profits to her church's build- ing fund and encourages other to come up with their own proj- ects to do the same. Other church members have sold home-grown potatoes, green beans, and apples to ear Invest- ment money. Others use money earned from computer work or from emptying their pockets of change each evening to collect money for their Investment proj- ects. All profits are contributed to the church for special needs or mission work. Invite Him into your heart this Easter Ronceverte Church of the NAzmmne 610 West Main Street GREENBRIER VALLEY NATIONAL BANK'S It's a new way to'look at CDs! Because with Greenbrier Valley National Bank's new 3D CD, you.get three dimensions to your investment: If rates go up, you can "bump up" to,a higher rate- up I* to three times during the term of your CD. You can add to your CD with a deposit of $500 or more as often as once a monthl You can select either a one year or a two year term for your 3D CD!* So come in today to any Greenbrier Valley National Bank office for your 3D CD - a whole new dimension in bani ing! Greenbrier Valley National Bank. Keeping the valley green. *If you select a one year term, you can only "bump up" to a higher rate one time. You can "bump up" three times with a two year term. Substantial penahy for early withdrawal. GREENBRIER VALLEY NATIONAL BANK ALDERSON LEWISBURG RAINELLE RUPERT Member Alleghen~ B~nkshares Member FDIC ,T~ The Mountain Messenger's Church Historical Spotlight Spring Creek Presbyterian Church, located Just off U. S. 219 in Renlck, Is one of the oldest churches In the Greenbrler Valley. It was organized In 1783 by Reverend John McCue. The original building was a log structure near a covered bridge on Spring Crsek----henca the church name still used today--approximately two-and-a-half miles south of Renick. In 1820 a White frame building was constructed on the church's present site. It was used until 1894, when the current frame building with its 80-foot steeple wis built. An educational wing was added In 1951. Reverend Ray Gau became the church s pastor In February. 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