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4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 24, 1990 Engaged To Wed er's Melissa Grey Mr and Mrs William J. Livesay of Lewisburg announce the engage- ment and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Melissa Grey, of Hil- ton Head Island, South Carolina to C. Keith Able, also of Hilton Head. Miss Livesay's maternal grand- parents are Bessie McCallister of AJderson and the late Richard Mc- Callister. Paternal grandparents are the late William Grey and Elsie Livesay. Mr Able is the son of Blanche Robertson of Saluda, South Caro- lina and the late Carlos Hobson Able. His paternal grandparents are Dewey Hobson Able of Saluda and the Late Kathern Able. Maternal grandparents are the late Horace and Blanche Yarbrough• A 1984 graduate of Greenbrier East High School, Miss Livesay at- tended marshall and West Virginia universities. She is employed as Operations Manager of Dow, Owen & Co., Inc., Hilton Head Island. Mr Able is a 1978 graduate of Saluda High School and a graduate of Tri-County Technical College in Pendleton, South Carolina. He is a sales representative for Hilton Head Lumber. The couple will be married at the Lewisburg United Methodist Church Saturday, June 9 at 7 p.m. a recep- tion will follow at Shaw-Mi-Del-Eca Resort, Route 60, in Caldwell• Dot Swann, Hurt Needs Your Help Dot Swann of Lewisburg was in- volved in a car accident April 13 on Houfnagle Road while returning home from work. After receiving ex- tensive medical treatment and sur- gery at Charleston Area Medical Center, Mrs Swann is now home re- cuperating for two weeks before she returns to Charleston for further treatment and/or surgery. The Crawford's Women's Softball Team wishes to help Dot Swann with her medical expenses through gift con- tributions. If you would also like to help, please mail or deliver your gift to Atlantic Financial, c/o Dot Swann, 50 Seneca Trail, Lewisburg. WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS TO US (AND ABOUT 50,000 OTHER FOLKS) CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 122 NORTH COURT ST. LEWISBURG, 24901 647-5724 Highland First Church of God, located at Sixteenth Street and Ohio Avenue in Rainelle, was established in the late 1920's as the Fourth Street Church of God. Reverend I. P. Hamrick was the first pastor. The concrete block building was constructed in 1959, when the group moved to the Highland Addition of Rainelle. The church's name was changed at that time. Reverend Vondie Cook has been pastor since 1980. Miss Feamster & Mr Will Wed Mr and Mrs Henry Feamster of Ronceverte announce the engage- ment and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Melinda Jo to Joseph Ray Napier. Miss Feamster is a 1989 graduate of Greenbrier East and is employed by VOCA Corpora- tion in Lewisburg. She is the grand- daughter of Mr and Mrs Cart Simms of Ronceverte and Mr and Mrs George Feamster of Alderson. Mr Napier is the son of Mr and ml White Sulphur Springs Mrs Wayne Napier of Lewisburg. He is a 1987 graduate of Greenbrier East and is employed by Argabright Construction Co• He is the grandson of Mr and Mrs Pelmar Napier of Le- wisburg and Mrs Lillian Manshack and the late James Joseph Man- shack of North Carolina. An open lawn wedding ts planned for July 7 at the camp of Mr and Mrs Kenny Goodall. All family and friends are invited to the wedding• Yma' ]dad 0f -" ooo m • Natbnwlde ent! - ..,LS a nm • Group auto insurance • Universal life insurance Boa~owners insuranse • Retirement planning Mortgage life Insurance . Health insurance Special personal property. Disability insurance insurance CALL ME - I NAT WnDE CHRIS BOWLING I INSURANCE Ill 79 East Main Street s3 9 0e .......... 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Midkiff April 26, 1919-May 17, 1989 One year ago today you said your last good-bye. No one wanted to believe it or could even understand why. People often say they wish they had known that it was your last day. They had so many things left to say. But you lived your life like every day was your last• And for that I can't be sad. We all miss your quiet laughter and strong advice. We often wish you were here to share our joys and sorrows. As we do our best to follow the examples you gave us, we long for the day that we witl be together again• To share once again of ou, joys and how we don't have sorrows any- more. We miss and love you, Marie Bryant (granddaughter) Williams Family Grateful The family of Ollie Williams wishes to express gratitude for the kindnesses shown them during their recent loss. They especially wish to thank eveyone who sent food, flowers, cards, and prayers; Greenbrier Manor, Jack Wallace Funeral Chapel and Reverend David Saw- yer. Your kindness is greatly appre- ciated. The Children and Grandchildren of OIIie Williams Harris Family Says Thanks The family of Kathleen Agnes Harris would like to express their thanks to all those who extended their sympathy in any way during her illness and death. Whether it was a visit, kind word, flowers, food br a silent prayers it was appreciated by sisters, Leata Harris, Melva Walthall. Brothers, Miller rink, Dale rink, and nieces and nephews. Everyone is cordially invited to at- tend the annual Veterans Memorial Services at the Wallace Memorial Cemetery, Clintonville, Sunday May 27, 2 p.m. This service will be presented by Veterans of Foreign Wars John Page Post 4484 and it's Ladies Aux- iliary of Rainelle. The guest speaker will be Reverend Ronal M Williams of the First Baptist Church of Rainelle. Special music will be pro- vided by the Smoot Junior High School band and by Nelson and Kathy Bradley from the Highland church of God in Rainelle. 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