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2B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 10, 1990 At White Sulphur Dartn Hutchlns (left) and Matthew Harward The White Sulphur Springs con- gregation of the Church of Jesus Christ o1 Latter Day Saints an- nounces the arrival of a new mis- sionary, Elder Darin Hutchms Elder Hutchins, a native of Salt Lake City, Utah, joins Elder Matthew Harward already in White Suipttur Springs. Elder Harward is a native of Carlsbad, California. Missionaries serve two years, at their own expense, teaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Church currently has approximately 40,000 missionaries in 128 countries world- wide. The White Sulphur Springs con- gregation invites all interested to at- tend services at the chapel on Route 92 across from Food Lion. Sunday School, 9 a.m.; Relief Soci- ety, Priesthood, 9:50 a.m.; Sacra- ment, 10:50 a.m. The missionaries are available to answer questions about the Church and may be reached at 536-3569, For a free copy of the Book of Mormon (Another Testament of Je- sus Christ) please contact one of the elders By Helen W. Searle Zepherin, born m 1886 to Manuel Namuncura chief of the Araucano Indians of the Argentine Pampas, was the eighth of twelve cMtdren. At the age of two, his father put him in the hands of Father Dominic Milane- sic, a Satesian pnest, so he could learn the ways of the white man and become a better leader, "cacique," of his people. In the Araucano tradi- tion, succession was by family he- redity, appointed by tile cactque and did not necessarily go to the eldest son. But Chief Manuel did not know he was the last chief of the Arau- cano Indians and his son Zepherin, meaning wind, would be a new kind of leader for his people Zeph studied with Father Dominic until his father, deciding to exe~l his treaty rights which earned him the title of colonel in the argentine army, demanded his enrollment at El Tigre, the army academy for young men. Zeph was the only Indian child at the school. The o~her students treated him with disdain. He was unhappy, began to lose weight and eventually became quite ill Father Dominic suggested he transfer to the Safesian Mission School in Bue- nos Aires. Although the rigid routine of the mission school was a total contrast to the freedom of his boyhood, Zeph made friends, studied hard and re- mained in the {op half of his class. As graduation neared he told Bishop Cagliero, the Salesian supenor, that he wanted to become a priest so he could open a school for his people and teach them all that tie had learned. With the heip of the bishop, Zepi~ entered the seminary at Viedma Al- though he worked hard to remain second in his class he never forgot his people or his Indian origins. His spare time was always spent in prayer for them. Then tuberculosis, the disease that was decimating his tribe, caught up with him. He was hospitalized. The following spring Pope Plus X promoted the bishop to archbishop and summoned him to Rome. Thinking the change in cli- mate would be good for his health, he invited Zeph to join him and con- tinue his studies in Italy. Privileged to have many wonderful and fortu- nate experiences seemed to im- prove Zepherin's health, but in March of 1905 his condition wors- ened. He died May 11 and was bur- ied in Rome. Through the persis- lance of his people his body was re- turned to Patagonia ~n 1924. Pope Paul Vl declared Zepherin Namuncura Venerable, a first de- gree in sanctity, in 1972. Venerable Zepherin Namuncura ~s remem- bered on May 11 He works at Meadow nursery in Culpeper assistant manager The bride is a 1989 Greenbrier East High taking classes at munity College. tinue her college education~ in Elementary Education. The wedding wilt be First Baptist Church in at 2 p.m. Stephanie Brewer ancl Michael T. Zimmerman To Wed Mr and Mrs William Brewer an- nounce the engagement of their daughter Stephanie to Michael T. Zimmerman, son of Mr and Mrs Emory Zimmerman of H!llsboro, Vir- ginia. The bridegroom is a 1987 gradu- ate of Greenbrier East High School. Weekly Church Lisa L. Hobbs & Bob Price Engagement Announced Miss Walton Mr Fisher Lisa Hobbs and Bob Price Mr and Mrs H. C, Watton ~ Ron ........ R~a N. Hobbs of Fort Spring an- ceverte announce the engagement nounces the engagement of her and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Darta Renee, to Michael Edwin Fisher of Lewisburg. Mr Fisher is the son of Shirley Rudd of Lewisburg and Charles Fisher of Union. He is the grandson of Mr and Mrs Lewis Fisher and Ms Kathryn Stidom of Frankford. Miss Walton, a 1985 graduate of Greenbrier East High School in Fairlea, attended National Business College in Roanoke. majoring in Ex- ecutive Secretarial Studies. Mr Fisher, a 1985 graduate of Greenbner East High School, ~s employed at the Greenbrier Health tor. The couple will be married at the First Baptist Church in Fairtea Satur- daughter, Lisa Lynn, of Lynchburg, Virginia, to Bob Price, also of Lyn- chburg. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Robert W. Price of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Miss Hobbs, the daughter of the late James R. Hobbs, is a graduate of Greenbrier East High School and received a bachelor's degree in mathematics education from Liberty University, She is employed by Strether Drug Company. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr and Mrs Robert G. Neal and the late Mr and Mrs Charles F. Hobbs. Mr Price graduated from Cum- berland Valley Christian School in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania and received a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Liberty University. he is employed by First Colony Life Insurance Company. The wedding is planned for June 16 at 7 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church in Lewisburg. day, June 23, at 2 p.m. Reception follows at the church. Miss Walton and Mr Fisher issue a special invitation'{o all their friends to attend their wed(}ing. " Bennett l amily Express Thanks ....... A special thank you to the Quin- wood Ambulance Service, Rainelle Medical Center and Drs Allen and Duncan. To all friends and neigh- bors who gave food, flowers, money, or helped in any way -- your thoughtfulness is greatly appre- ciated. Also gratitude is extended to Reverend Houston Booth, Reverend Troy George, and the Quinwood Baptist Church. The children of the late Norma T. 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