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2B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 17, 1990 James Perry Vance James Perry Vance celebrated his first birthday April 21. The party was held at the home of his grand- parents, James and Linda See of Union. Those who helped him celebrate were his parents, Perry and Barbara Vance of Fredericksburg, Virginia, grandparents, James and Linda see; aunts, Kimberly, Michelle and Linda See; also Donna Winebrim- mer, Faith Vance and Chuck Davis. James' birthday cake was deco- rated with blue and white flowers, with miniature trucks and people on top. Linda and James, the grandpar- ents and Barbara and Perry Vance, would like to thank ever/one for the cards and gifts sent. WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS TO US ( AND ABOUT50,O00 OTHER FOLKS.) CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 647-5724 Birthday ,, Brittany Elizabeth Shires, daugh- ter of Rick and Linda Shires of Or- gan Cave, celebrated her third birthday with a party April 30. The theme of her party was Cherry Merry Muffin and Brittany had a special cake decorated for the theme. She received many nice gifts and would like to thank those attending. She is the grand- daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert S. Baker of Sweet Springs, Lonnie Shires of Crawley, and Betty Ben- nett of Alderson. Brittany turned three May 7. tLC_NKLCND'$ & EXXON 2 liter Pepsi: ......................................... 99 24 pk ................................................... $6.99 Single NR's ............................................ 49 Check with us on these Pepsi and other products Cross the Bridge in Ronceverte, and SAVE e By Helen W. Searle + The MoUntain Church SAINT PASCHAL BAYLON Paschal was born on the morning of May 7, 1540 to a humble farming family at Torre Hermosa in the King- dom of Aragon, now a province in the northeastern part of Spain. Be- ginning in his early childhood, Pas- chal was willing and ready to serve God. He was so eager for an educa- tion that, from the age of seven, he always carried a book with him when he went off to tend to this grazing sheep. He asked everyone he met to teach him the alphabet until eventually he had taught him- self to read and write. Another part of his daily routine was to instruct and evangelize the rude herdsmen he met on the way to the hillside pastures. At the age of Iwenty-fout his knowledge and reputation permitted his acceptance as a lay brother among the Reformed Franciscans in the Kingdom of Valencia, now a province on the Mediterranean Sea on the east coast of Spain. Paschars humility never allowed him to accept any higher positions in the order. His ardent love and devo- tion for the Blessed Sacrament were exceptional. Unlettered though he was, his hours spent in prayer and meditation were so uplifting he was able to explain the most obscure mysteries. He grew to be considered a master in theology and spiritual sciences. Although his devotion to the Holy Eucharist played a dominant part in his life, Paschars special love was to care for the sick and poor. Often his tears of compassion performed miracles of healing. As a model of poverty, obedience and austerity, he hoped to draw others to the pres- ence of Jesus Christ to find "the peace which the world cannot give." On the morning of Whit Sunday, May 15, 1592, Paschal died at the age of fifty-two. For the three days his body was on exhibition his coun- tenance remained radiant and a per- fumed moisture which collected on his forehead continued to flow. Armed guards employed to control the crowds permitted many people to collect the scented moisture on small cloths. After the funeral serv- ices, his body was reclothed, cov- ered with lime and his coffin sealed until a receptacle was prepared un- der the church altar as his perma- nent resting place. Eight months later he was exhumed. The crust of lime was pealed from his body, be- ginning with his nose and face, the first parts to show evidence of de- composition. His body remained in tact. Two years later he was re-ex- amined. His shroud had disinte- grated but his body contradicted corruption. Nineteen years later, fol- lowing the process of beatification, the Bishop of Sergorbe in the pres- ence of certain dignitaries, doctors, doctors, surgeons and a notary offi- .... cially re-examined the holy man's body and found it to be miraculously incorrupt. Saint Paschal Baylon was canon- ized in 1690. In 1897 Pope Leo XlII named him the patron of Eucharistic Congresses and all organizations dedicated to increasing love and devotion to the Holy Eucharist. His feast day is celebrated May 17. The Hines Gospel Tabernacle, located near the post office Highway 60, was organized as a congregation in 1936. building was constructed in the same year on land donated byl L Rasnick. Reverend Harry Peyton was the first pastor of denominational church. Reverend Bill Drennen has been 1986. Michael Ramse Engagement Told i;i!:++ Cornwell Family Thanks We wish to thank everyone for their kindness during Darrell Cornwelrs accident. To each of you for the flowers, cards, phone calls and visits to the hospital and rehab. You know who you are. We couldn't have gotten through it without you. Special thanks to the nursing staff and doctors at Beckley Hospital, nursing staff and doctors at South- ern Hill Rehab, Bill Coleman, our families and neighbors. We appreciate each and every- one of you more than words can say, Thanks again, Darrell, Patsy and Amanda Cornwell , I if yOU* like the MOl~l~l'tail~ M~esse~J~gel ,, ea, th.kouradve. sers I Ms Hoke & Mr Ramsey Mrs Helen (Hoke) Knap.p of Sulphur Springs. The couple will be White Sulphur Springs announces the engagement of her daughter, 19 at 7 p.m. at the ChurCh Viol . 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This contract was announced follow- ing official notification from the Na- tional Industries for the Severely handicapped (NISH), based in Vi- enna, Virginia. NISH is the nonprofit organization established by the President's Committee for Purchase from the Blind and Other Severely handicapped to help sheltered Work Centers obtain contracts with the Federal government. In qualifying for this gram, Southeastern shops has demonstrated tial to meet stringent and production also holds contracts to rubber laboratory foodhandlers' aprons glass mirrors with frames. For further about goods and services by SRW please cont~ Marshall or Glen MankinS 3165. Receives New The West Virginia Library Com tential. A--gain this year, the mission has designated the Roncev- ginia Library CommissiOn erte Public Library to receive a col- lection of children's titles from the Lois Lenski Foundation and the Children's Book Council. Every year the Lois Lenski Foundation awards a collection of outstanding children's titles to areas of the country which will use the books to their fullest pc- sen to distribute the the Ronceverte Public L been selected along other libraries in rural to receive part of the 1! tion. Titles received wide variety of subjects els. APR I L S ALES M AN OF THE MONTH ROGER McDANIEL The management of Bill Lewis Motors is ple announce that Roger McDaniel is Salesman Month for April, 1990. Stop by and ask Roger about the G.M. and Eagle Special Incentives that are available now Lewis Motors, 1 mile south of 1-64 Lewisburg, WV 645-2424 Kept' "56 Years Proud Because Our Promises Made Were