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2B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 7, 1990 New Church Members Pastor Ron Boyce recently baptized new members into the Lewisburg Seventh.Day Adventist Church in conjunction with the worldwide Sev- enth-Day Adventist "Harvest '90" evangelistic outreach campaign. Pic- tured (left to right) front row are: Beatrice McMahan, Delsie and Tracy Pack, all of Renick; Brenda Moody of Muddy Creek Mountain; and Jackie Isom of Fairlea. Back row (left to right): Mountain View Confer- ence President Randall Murphy of Parkersburg, Robert (Doc) Michael of Lawisburg, Roselyn and J. William Leary of Dunmore and Pastor Ron Boyce. Baptist Women's At Alderson-Broaddus June 15, American Baptist Women from around West Virginia will gather on the campus of Alder- son-Broaddus College for their 56th annual conference. The theme for the three-day conference will be "Empowered by the Holy Spirit." Dr Irene Lovett will serve as the Bible study leader. She is a native West Virginian who has taught school, been a pastor, a counselor, an administrator, and a psychologist in a hospital. She is a graduate of Crozer Theological Seminary and By Helen W. Searle Robert was born at Gargave in Yorkshire, England, early in the 12th Century. His name comes from the Old English word Hrothbeorbt mean- ing bright or shining with fame. Robert lived up to the meaning of his name. When old enough, Robert went to Paris and studied at the Univer- sity of Paris. He was ordained and "r~turned to Gargave to serve as rec- tor until he joined the Benedictine monks at Whitby. In 1132, Robert and some of his fellow Benedictines joined with a group of Cistercian monks from St. Mary's Abbey and founded an abbey in Skeldale called Fountains. Following Benedictine rules, this abbey became famous for it's strict observance of the orders of Saint Benedict and the holiness of its members. In 1138 Ralph de Merly, lord of Morpeth, completed construction on Newminster Abbey at Morpeth, Northumberland, and asked Robert Others taking part throughout the weekend are: Faith Belle as song leader and choir director accompa- nied by Gerry Prunty, both from South Parkersburg Baptist; Shirley Haupt will share her thoughts and slides on Sunday evening concern- ing a recent mission tour to the Phil- ippines, Malaysia and Singapore. American Baptist state missionaries, Betty Killian and Clay and Mary Al- ice Phillips will also attend the con- ference. Musical selections will be presented by Judith Arnold and Martha Robinson, Baptist Temple- has a Masters in .Psychology from, Cha, rleston, Dorothy Skidmore, Mor- Temple University. Dr Lovett was gantown. Her students will perform on their flutes Friday evening. As a special part of Conference 1990, Baptist women will celebrate the 75th anniversary of Guild Girls" with a recognition and party Friday evening. Along with workshops, there will awarded an honorary doct~orate from Alderson-Broaddus in 1968 because of her work in counselling young people. Missionary to Conference wilt be Dr P. Reider Lindland, secretary for Personnel Development and Area Secretary for the Caribbean of Inter- be seminars concerning nutrition, principals of Bible interpretation, time management, financial plan- ning, mission programming, loneli- ness and making sense of other Christian organizations; Registration for the Conference will begin at 2 p.m., June 15, and the session will come to a close with breakfast Monday morning, June national Ministries, and his wife, Sigrid. They have also served in Sweden, Norway and in Zaire twice. Harriett Dowdy, a volunteer from national ministries who works with International students at Atderson- Broaddus, will bring the Consecra- tion service. Rose Pearson, National Chairman of Guild, will have confer- ence vespers. 1 8. , | ii (AND ABOUT50,000I j J J " OTHER FOLKS) ] The Carnegie Column / I CONTACT THE I Here s the latest news from/IMOUNTAIN MESSENGER [ Carnegie Hall! / I WITH YOUR NEWS I The Renaissance City Winds /I I and Mime Troupe enjoyed an en- /I A'7 '7t ,1 II thuslastlc' " reception" from the 1400 / I UH I';,JIK.H UH ! ";,J I K.H I students from 17 area schools who /I ! watched them perform April 27 at/I 122 North Court Svtreet the Hall. ] , Lewlsburg 24901 We have 19 classes lined up this summer -- for kids and adults. Registration is going on now. Call the office (645-7917) for information. *We're getting closer to our goal of a fully equipped kitchen at Car- negie -- the Women of the Old Stone Presbyterian Church have just donated china to us. Proceeds from all refreshment sales at the I~ IIII III [I I Hall are being earmarked fbr the purchase of flatware, glasses, pots and pans so that receptions, din- ners and part~es~ can be easily ar- ranged. *The first potluck supper for ev- eryone who has completed classes or who are interested in participat. ing in future classes at Carnegie Hall was held Thursday May 31 in the Old Stone Room at the Hall Fifty-six people came together to share their interests and enjoy a great meal. *Sponsorship of live perform- ances and special events is an ef- fective way for businesses of all sizes to advertise and to support the community that supports them. If you'd like to join the 22 firms who have already agreed to underwrite programs m our up- coming performance series, please contact us fbr further information. *All supporters of Carnegie Hall who have joined at the Advo- cate ($50) level or higher will have their names in the programs for both Fall 1990 and Winter/Spring 1991 Performance Series. We'd love to have you join this prestig- ious group! *To meet our goal of providing great entertainment which will at- tract people from far and wide into our region, we need your support. Our 1990 membership drive is on --join us so that we can work to- gether to help Carnegie Hall and all of the Greenbrier Valley -- grow and flourish. *Carnegie Hall is a non-profit Your donation is tax deductible. Kalab Hughart Is One Year Old Kalab Hughart Kalab Hughart celebrated his first birthday April 7. Those helping him celebrate, other than his parents were grandmothers Katheryn Holli- day and Reva Hughart; Megan and Karen Patterson; Gary, Keitha, Tanya, Tina, Joe and Angle Harris; Shanda and Katie Posten; Kerry, Sherry, Heath, Patrick, Kerrie Ann, Tara, Aloysius, Wanda, Shane, Kevin, Brenda, Anthony, Rachel, Cletl, Cha=lot~ ~.Sa~, Cassia, Pete, G ne, ermit, Ros:a, April and Alicia Holiday. Felicia, Ni- cole and Courtney Lytle, Jennings Hughart; Kathy and Jason Hudson were birthday guests later in the day. Those sending birthday wishes were Ruby, Sharon, Monica, Mitch- ell and Robert Holliday; Cathy Har- ris; Robert and Sue Hughart and girls; Romie and Sherry Hughart and Dee; Mildred Davis. Kalab's mother decorated his "Beady One Bear" birthday cake. Kalab is the son of Mason and Kathy Hughart of Smoot. C II I I I I I II II IIII IIIIIIII II SHAMROCK RESTAURANT AND SP CIAL CATERING For A Simple Occasion or A Grand Event SHRMROCK SPECIAL CATERING offers Complete Party Needs Anywhere, Any Time, Any Place cocktail parties, company picnics, office parties, receptions, weddings. We'll come to you and prepare everything or just drop by and pick up what you need like an ice carving, a wedding cake, a band, or a tent. Complete Party Planning Available Route 60 East White Sulphur Springs West Virginia 24986 536-1921 I II II .A Russell Weikle Turns Seven to become abl:~ot. Robert, along with twelve other monks, left Fountains to establish this new place of sanc- tity. As abbot, Robert established himself as an exemplary leader. He founded new houses at Pipewall, Sawley and Roche. He wrote a com- mentary on the Psalms and daily re- cited the entire Psalter -- all one hundred fifth psalms. To maintain his level of self-denial, he ate spar- ingly. Sometimes he is pictured holding the devil in chains and tam- ing him with an upright crucifix. He was a close friend of the hermit Godric and would often visit him in his hermitage at Finchale to discuss the heavenly mysteries. Saint Robert died on June 7 and is buried at Newminster Abbey, now a famous pilgrimage center. Saint Robert the Abbot of Newminster is remembered on his feast day, June 7. Hedrick Family The family of Bernice Graham Hedrick wishes to thank all of our friends and relatives for all of the food, flowers, cards and visits at the time of our mother's death. Your kindness is deeply appreciated. The Hedrick Family Bible School An invitation is extended to all young persons from three years of age through the sixth grade to at- tend the Vacation Bible School which will be held June 18 through June 22 at the Calvary United Meth- odist Church, Richlands, near Le- wisburg. Danece Grim, Bible School Di- rector, announced that the over-all theme of the school will be "FRI- ENDimension." Sessions each day will be held from 8:45 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Members of the United Methodist Women and of the congregation will pC,~vide refreshments after the rec- reation period: EmphaSis will be placed on Bible study and class dis- cussions. Singing and recreation are also features of the Calvary Church School. "We feel the 'outreach' possibility of the School is important, so we tra- ditionally welcome those children from a wider area than the Church serves," said Mrs Grim. "Even those beyond the sixth grade are wel- come. We want those who want to come." Parents and friends are invited to the covered dish picnic which will be held June 22. After the dinner-on- the-grounds, there will be an exhibit of craft work and program of songs, scripture and lesson reviews pre- sented by the children. Those wishing more information about the School; are asked to phone Mrs Grim at 645-3096. Russell Weikle Russell Weikle, son of Robert R. and Patty Weikle of Hollywood was seven years old April 12. He was honored with a party at school by his mother, to let his teacher and classmates celebrate with him. Those present were Kristina Wick- line, Rebecca Taylor, Chester Ferguson, Jason Hoke, Michael Adwell, Sherri Clarkson, Amanda Kessinger, Jennifer Rider, Jeffery Galford, McKenize Capaldo, Richard Allen, Ashley Stone, Robert EImore, Nicole Erwin, Debbie Osborne, Molly Simpson and Aaron Dowdy. Other classmates, not attending but who received party bags, were Melissa Boggs and Bret Marsh. Russell also had a party at his grandparent's home in Hollywood. A "Ninja Turtle" cake was made by his mother. Those present were Robert R. and Patty Weikle, Brian Weikle, Junior and Pauline Hoke, Robert G. and Effie Weikle, Anthony Richmond, Jerry Hoke, Dreama Bland and Daniel, Brenda, Andrea and Justin Hoke. Those unable to attend but who sent gifts were Bill and Natallie Tritt and Danny, Debbie, Samantha and Sara Gwinn. Hill II II TAKE YOUR Leslie McQuade Engaged To Wed Stan and Margaret McQuade of Dogwood Heights in Lewisburg an- nounce the engagement of their daughter Leslie M., of Huntington, to Peter B. (Ben) Reynolds, also of Huntington, son of Reverend Wal- lace and Sheila Reynolds who are Holidays Are Not The Without You Moth In the most loving dear sweet mother-in-law Elizabeth Campbell Foster. Grandma you used to cited when holidays were close. Giving here and ering up the much-needed make the day complete. But all you wanted the family gather so we could talk family unity. You may not ized it, Grandma, but you very foundation that held us gather. It seems now as never again be the same. so much rd like to tell you were here. So many come about. Grandma, earth you maybe gone but important morals in life you! me will never be forgotten. You were so proud of everyone of us. You made proud just to be a part of big family. You were alwa concerned with others your very own. You with your acts of kindness near. Grandma, you here and there, helping need. You did it in a quiet not boastful as some done. You were like a There's not a whole lot of but each of us holds a in our hearts that just sta When we want to think of quietly meditate on ways. It's not the same but by having you for a helped make us better You may not be here anymore but your memory with us forever. So, Grandm could hear me today, I'd know we love and miss you Holidays are so sad and out you. I'm sure you'd still to feel and be happy an you're in a better place. I suppose Jesus had a in his heavens for you even got there. Until we stay the way you were were here -- kind and he ery way. You always ers before yourself -- truest love any of us could this life on earth. Dear, mother-inqaw you were to not grandma, but you former residents of Lewisburg and ,called you "Grandma., It's now liveJnLexington, Kentucky. gave you for a'special * both of us u'nderstand. For The wedding is to take place in December at Saint James Episcopal Church in Lewisburg. Miss McQuade is a graduate of Greenbrier East High School with honors and is enrolled at West Vir- ginia University seeking a degree in anthropology, minoring in geology. She is employed by the College of Mineral and Energy Resources in Morgantown. Mr Reynolds is also an honors graduate from Greenbrier East and recently completed his bachelor's degree in Basic Humanities at Marshall University. He is enrolled at West Virginia University earning his Master's degree in Liberal Studies. He is employed by the Cabell County Public Library. II MOUNTAIN HOME PROPERTIES Dave Cedarteaf: Broker ~T 108 S. Jefferson St. ,~.s= Lewisburg WV 24901 STEP 645"4110'ANYTIME Sales Associates: Maranne Cedarleaf 645-4110 Kay Gumm 392.,6263 TOWARD SELLING YOUR PROPERTY CALL UNITED NATIONAL TODAY! Call or Stop by for FREE Property still here we send you all and wish you every ways. Gall E.] Missouri A special choir from United Methodist Church, Missouri, will present a contemporary Christian day, June 17 at 7 p.m. burg United Methodist The M and M's (music try) choir is on tour and public to attend their This 52-member choir pated in a number of such as the St. Louis Follies, City of Bridgeton' mas and Fourth of July cel4: and last year they sang anthem for Methodist Day Stadium for a St. Louis baseball game. A memb#1 choir is Katie Nickell Rolen,1 of Fort Spring. 1 Lewisburg United Church invites you to special Christian music Nursery will be provided. Senator J.D. Brackenrich says THANK YOU Members of the National Rifle Assocation and Related Sportsmen United Mine Workers of America and Retired Miners Members of the AFLCIO and Affiliated Unions ,i Supportive Teachers and School Service Personnel West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, AFSCME, (American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employee /1 And a special thanks to the Hundreds of Democrat Supporters who displa signs in their yards; To the Volunteer Telephone Callers and to the Door to Campaigners ..... . 1 THANK YOU Fayette, Greenbrier, Clay and Nicholas County Demod U for your support and votes in the May 8th Primary and forThe Tremendous VICTORY Sincerely, J.D. Brackenrich