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June 14, 1990

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8B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 14, 1990 Will Be Monica Walker Turns Six Christine Morgan of Alderson, formerly of Ronceverte, wilt be hon- ored with a celebration for her 80th birthday Saturday June 23, from 1- 4, The party will be held at Mrs Morgan's, four miles south of Ron- ceverte on Coffman Hill Road. Ev- eryone is welcome to share her day. No gifts please. Messenger Monica Dawn Walker of Alderson and Crimora, Virginia celebrated her sixth birthday May 12 at MacDonalds in Waynesboro. She is the daughter of Todd and Julia Walker, formerly of Aiderson. Her paternal grandparents are Roy and Nora Walker: maternal grandparents are Doug and Carmen Baisden, all of Alderson, and John Crawford of Texas. Friends from Monica's~ Kin- dergarten class helped her cele- brate. Out of town guests attendin~ were, Donna, Brad and D. J. Burns of Staunton; her grandmother and -- ......... grandfather Baisden; Douglas ~~1~ ~ 1Craw(~O'rd and David Price of AIder" s~,~ ~hose sending gifts were Roy and Nora Wa!K=r. Eli and Felicia Spencer, Misty, Amy ac.d Josh Bur- i dette, Eugene and Becky iq~cher " and Nellie Tincher, all of Alderso~, and her grandfather Crawford of ountain essenger CALL TODAY! 647-5724 The cheapest widely distributed classifieds in town -- now reach 21,948 households for only ..... " aword When Accompanied by payment. ($2.25 minimum) Monica Dawn Walker Keeling Thanks The Family of the late Ross E. Keeling would like to thank every- one for their thoughtfulness during Devln McKenzie Crawford Devin Crawford Is One Year Old On May 5, Devin McKenzie Crawford, of Alderson and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, celebrated her first birthday at the home of her grandmother and grandfather Bais- den of Alderson. Devin is the daugh- ter of John Lee and Della Ann Crawford, formerly of Alderson. Devin's maternal grandparents are Earl and Irma Brown of Clayton Mountain, Pence Springs. Her pater- nal grandparents are Doug and Carmen Baisden of Alderson and John F. Crawford of Texas. Those attending bevin's party were her mother and father, her grandmother and grandfather Baisden; Uncle's Douglas and David; Vickey, Misty, Amy and Josh Burdette;' Gayle, Eli and Felicia Spencer; Becky Tincher; Donna and Brad Burns. Those ~ending gifts, but unable to attend, were Nellie Tincher of Alderson and her grandfather Craw~ford of Texas. Devin and her parents returned to their home in Myrtle Beach May 6. Lewisburg District Women Meet At Summersville The spring m~eting of Lewisburg District of United Methodist Church Women was held at Summersville Memorial United Methodist Church. One hundred and fifty women at- tended the meeting. Gall Gosch, District President, presided. The meeting opened with group singing directed by Jeri Beal, with Elmira Grace at the Organ. An interpretive dance was pre- sented by three young people of the area: Stacie Cowell, Sammy Cowell and Adriana Fortuna. Their presen- tation was centered around the hymn, "This Is My Father's World." Katie Beckett of Frankford gave the devotion entitled, "Pray for Chil- dren" in keeping with this year's theme "Hand in Hand with Children." A welcome was extended by Beverly Grace of Muddlety Church and by Helen Safreed of the Sum- mersville Memorial Church. Re- sponse was given by Genevieve Holmes of the Saint James Church ~: Wi:::.'.~ ulphur Springs. Libby Agee, gu~.st soloist from Frankford, offered Thank C, ccl For Kidd's" and "Dear Mr Jes~: " Tt~ree ladies from Pocahontas parishes, Martha Vineyard, Marguerite Crews and Gail Lesure, extended an invita- tion to members to attend the 1990 School of Christian Missions, 1o be held at Buckhannon July 25-28. They outlined courses to be offered at the school. Katie Beckett also ex- tended an invitation to "A Day Apart" at Rehobeth on June 23rd. Erma Thompson of Hinton and Virginia Bostic of Union gave re- views of the Spiritual Growth Experi- ence at Jackson's Mill in April and the May National Assembly. At noon, ladies of Summersville Memorial and Muddlety churches hosted a luncheon. A part of the program was centered on child abuse. Wi}ma Reynolds of Frankford introduced the panel which included: Gloria Martin of the Refuge Center in Lewisburg; an attorney from Nicholas County; Mary Hastings; District Chairman of Christian Social Involvement. David Jasper, pastor of John Wesley United Methodist Church in Lewisburg, discussed a camp for ethnic and minority children and urged financial support for the camp. Banners and poster depicting the "Hand in Hand" theme, graced the sanctuary and the halls of the Sum- mersville church. In closing, the president re- minded the group of dates to re- member: L, ay ;'~p.~rt at Rehobeth June 23. Schoo! of Missions at Wesleyan College, Juiy 2528; tl~e fall meeting at Hinton, September 12, and the annual meeting at Blue- field October 12-13. Seneca Trail Christian Academy Honor Roll Grade 1 Grade 3 Grade 9 Tina Crews Leah Totten Gloria Lemons Sarah White Jenny Wallace Caleb Price Thomas Zimmerman Grade 10 Frankie Wood Debbie Eberle Grade 5 Wanda Fitzgerald Mandy Mayse Grade 2 Cori Wallace Grade 11 Christopher Blackburn Joshua Workman Jacqueline Allen Misty Bostic Rebecca Eberle Amber Huffman Tameran Hinkle Grade 7 CL( Frec Herman and Nellie Boy~ Fairlea celebrated their Sixtieth ding anniversary May 20 with a~ =lICE: C~ ily dinner at the home of DavisL ..... s install Mary Boyd of Lewisburg. Mr B0~s install retired from Plumley Lumber~n) and Mrs Boyd is retired from bleday Publishing Co. Their chil~lCE:~d are Ronald Boyd from Winch~pOnds, Virginia; Demis Boyd, Cross L~.''~, Ston( Voma Carter, South Charleston.~tfr. Boyds have five grandchildren~ two great-grandchildren. Mr ~E: IND 82nd birthday, Mrs Boyd's ~ri., Sat. Davis and Mary's 38th weddi~r'647-4; niversary, and Mary's 60th bitter"w-.---- , ~TICE: V~ were also celebrated the same 0t"'~'=: v~ Relial: Tiffany Scott Little Miss Ameri : ~t', F E 2490 t -.- inc a word the loss of their loved ones. John Amy Morrison Allen Humphries TI Farnil, ....... , , Curtis Persinger Grade 8 .,._ ~ Dll!eO and Becky Longanacre Nurses on ......... {$3.gumlnlmum third floor Humana Hos'pital Dr Ha ,,~..p,.~.,,,m_ ~-~. --~,= Nathan bcarorough Melissa Dean ~raae 1:,/ ,~ ,.=,...,.., ............ , ...... " lr[naav Caleb Workman Kellie Green Ronnie Seabolt yen wa , Hevereno bec MCM on, .. ...... nm innm II I I %1 ? Reverend Roy Gwinn, those who ~-tcn Hanson will be honored on F ~lk ~ p.i , , _ YOUR ADVERTISEMENT / T-- DEAOLINE' AMFRIDA sent flowers food or helped in any h s Ninty-ninth birthday at Clinton- way. May God bless each and ev-ville Community Building June 17, 1 Yf%lt'~lr~l~ t~'~a'~ll~ YllkT / Seventeen-month-old ~!,_ 122 North Court Street, eryone, p.m. with a covered dish dinner. All J.~%.l~l~J[~O ~lr~lJ~lJJL~ 1 / Scott, daughter of Rob lights o /,,wieh.rn WV ~4Cltll Mamie Keelin family and friends are invited to take ~rlr~]~. MIr~TT'Nr~IF%~T'~]" Ml~.~.]~'ir~l~.'~ | Diann Scott of Rainelle, ~all Vl.' ......... =, wv -4.... g ............................. v. .... first in her age division for ~_.57 mmmmm mmmm Union a covereD o~sn. ~ - Miss America" at the Charl~E.~,: .^ : Ho ,,, , c,v,c enter .. .o4 I t /Jr" [ Have you experienced Tiffany's parents would I TtrUct~on~" thank all who donated mo==~l/-Eca S r+ 1 3 jr qlj , y'm 1 difficulty in getting t+t'+2+, make her appearance in ,,~ " --" " .... -- + "-+ "- your test possible. L Tiffany is a granddaugl~~ C ra wf ) rd ' s Mountainlf so,pieMi:ssengere phone James Martin Of FamilCharmco., "~lex, s-~LE21 " S .... 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