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By Helen W. Searle CHRYSOSTOM the proud a commander army, and An- Christian, was ~the mid-340s. Since died when he was still dear mother saw to of his education. John a deep faith, Sure he learned the his studies of Libanlus, the era. At the age as was the custom was baptized. mother's death in joined a group of in the mountains Twelve years poor health to return to Antioch known for his In 386, under the Flavian, he was I priest. By the time he 40, he was elevated of Constantinople. John had earned meaning for his eloquence manner of pres- entation, he was not without enemies. Unfortunately these foes were placed in high places and even among the ecclesias- tics. Offended by his freedom of speech he was brought before a pseudo-council, the Synod of Oak, where he was condemned and exiled to Cucusus, Armenia. For security reasons, he was soon transferred to Pityus, a town at the far end of the Black Sea. During this long journey, at a town called Comana in Cappa- docia, he died. John's coura- geous words describing this time of banishment remain for our strength: "Storms are all about me, yet I do not fear, for I stand on a rock. The roaring sea and the rising waves cannot dash into pieces the ship of Jesus Christ. I do not fear banishment, nor death, which brings me gain, for the Lord is everywhere. Glory to God for all things," Saint John Chrysostom is remembered on September 13. He is one of the great Doctors of the Church and the patron saint of Orators. Jonathan Michael and Herbie Montgomery Michael and Herbie' of Lewisburg have Shenandoah Valley in New Market, has a curriculum 9-12 and is regulated Union Educa- of the Seventh- Church. is a third-year jun- is a second-year Both have earned and worthy from the also works three ~ehool day at academy extra money for ex- and July, both boys two church camps performed several composed for ~tlan rock group also spent nu- developing new for additional During August, they worked as junior literature evangelists selling books to earn extra money for academy expenses. They also volunteered to run the railroad exhibit at the West Vir- ginia State Fair to collect dona- tions for blind children to attend summer camp. Engineer Bob Morris needed reliabIe help to take care of the exhibit because he was responsible for transport- ing the blind campers from the camp at Montebello, Virginia, back to their homes in West Vir- ginia and North Carolina. Both Herbie and Jonathan are working to complete the hon- ors program at SVA, and are members of the SVA symphonic band which is planning an inter- national trip during the 1991 Easter vacation. Herbie is the son of Herb Montgomery and Sandy Spry. Jonathan is the son of Robert and Yvonne Michael. like to thank every- Cards, food or flow- illness and death Kesler. A special kindness and ,n to Wallace and Leroy Crane, of Wlllismaburg Dr. N. Harris and LI8. The Family of Nunley Kesler Brights Wed Sixty Years Paul and Zora Brlght's 60th Wedding Anniversary will be celebrated Saturday, September 22, with a reception at Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church in Williamsburg from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The Brights were married at the manse of Richlands Presby- terian Church on Sunday, Sep- tember 27. 1930. Their five chil- dren, ten grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren invite friends and relatives to join with them in celebrating this occa- sion. No gifts please. Mountain Messen Baxter presbyterian Church, located on Route 28 at Dunmore, was organized in 1859 after area Presbyterians attending church in Green Bank built a new Dunmore facility in 1858. The congregation still uses the original building. The architecture of the wooden building is Virginia colonial, and the original pews with a partition in the middle (previously separating men and women) are still in use. Reverend David Bush has been the pastor since 1985. and Mrs Joe Dietz 50th Anniversary The children of Mr and Mrs Joe Deitz invite all of their family and friends to their parents' 50th Wedding Anniversary on September 16, at the Rupert Community Building from I p.m. to 5 p.m. Wed 50 Years Robert and Eloise Puffen- barger of Cool Ridge, formerly of Charmco, will celebrate their 50th anniversary September 14. A celebration will be given by their children Saturday Septem- ber 15, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Clintonville Community Building. No gifts please. Family and friends are invited. Hill Family Many thanks to the dining room staff at The Greenbrier Ho- tel, The Greenbrier Hair Salon, and all the friends who sent flowers, cards and made phone calls during the loss of our fa- ther and grandfather, Sumner C. Hill. Your prayers and many acts of kindness were deeply appreci- ated. Bob, Mary, Robin and Bey LaClair From qualified, experienced teacher. Starting at age 7 thru High School - also Adults. "BEGINNING -- INTERMEDIATE -- ADVANCED Call Jane Kline at 645-7141 The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 13, 1990 3B Mr and Mrs Basil Campbell Beth Ann Boothe Weds Basil Lee Beth Ann Boothe and Basil Lee Campbell were united in marriage July 28 at the Calvary Baptist Church in Oak Hill. The bride is the daughter of Rever- end and Mrs William Houston Boothe of Ronceverte. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Elmer E. (Buck) Campbell of Oak Hill. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the bride's fa- ther who is pastor of the Roncev- erie Baptist Church before an al- tar of candelabra graced with flowers. The yellow rose floral arrange- ment in the Baptistry was placed in memory of the groom's nephew, Eric Campbell. Traditional wedding music was provided by organist Nora Jmle Tygrett of Oak Hill. Soloists were Stephanie Harrah and Rob Aliff, accompanied by pianist Lynn Tracy --- all of Oak Hill. Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents during the family blessing, the bride wore a Sweet- heart floor-length white satin gown accentuated with white satin roses. The gown featured a Sabrina neckline, beaded Gibson sleeves, heavily beaded bodice with Basque waistline, and full appliqued skirt lalling into an appliqued chapel train. Her triple-tiered veil of French illu- sion was arranged from a ban- deau of silk flowers adorned with pearl llligree. She carried a cas- North Carolina; Barbara Florek of Monroeville. Pennsylvania; Laura Hundley of Morgantown; Denise Campbell of Oak Hill. Junior bridesmaid was Donna Mac Campbell of Oak Hill. Best man was Keith Campbell of Oak Hill, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Eddie Campbell of Oak Hill. brother of the groom; Vernon Sears, Hopewell, Virginia: Chuck Moses, Fayetteville; Gary and David Kefler of Oak ttill. Junior groomsman was Billy Boothe of Ronceverte, brother of the bride. The guest book was attended by Delora Campbell and pro- gram attendant was Patty Nutter -- both of Oak Hill. Wedding as- sistants were Mary Sears of Hopewell and Nancy Keffer of Oak'Hfll. Reception aides, who were hostesses ibr the reception in the church fellowship hall, were Juanita Hall, Dons Riffle, Faye Tompkins, Mary Treadway, Wanda Wriston, Dora Yeager, all of Oak Hill; Loretta Holley of Faye t teville. The bride is a 1985 honor graduate of Oak Hill High School and a 1989 cum laude graduate of Marshall University. She is presently working on a master's degree In Speech and Language Pathology and is a graduate as- sistant in the Department of Communication Disorders at Marshall. cade of white roses and stepha- The groom is a 1984 graduate naris, as her mother carried on of Oak Hill High Schobl and is her wedding day. employed by Campbell Tile cam- Maid of honor was Cami Boothe of Ronceverte, sister of pany there. After the wedding trip to Ha- the bride. Bridesmaids were waft, the couple will live in Dun- Donna Campbell of Oak Hill; bar. ~ebecca Mace of Mooresville, r Jesus says, what shall it profit a man, If he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul? Whoso- | ever therefore shall be ashamed of me and of my words in this sinful generation:| him shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he cometh in the| ~ glory of his Father with the holy angels. (Mark 8:36, 37, 38) II By: elan Morgan~ II I I I ~~Z ~lb We love to do weddings, large or small ~lb Always-appropriate funeral arrangements ~ Party and formal decorations and corsages We send flowers almost anywhere in the world ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED MAIN STREET - RUPERT of Piano, Y:ems Post OffK:e " LOW COST 5377 Rates - Rentals i,i I I SEPTEMBER SALE! PLUS Special Savings on all JODEE Breast Forms! SAVINGS for the entire month of September on most JODEE Bras --- Rated #1 in Consumer Satisfaction! Come in now and take advantage of these Terrific Fall Savings! Have Your Firdng Checked by a Trained Certified Fitte, MEDICARE APPROVED "People that Care About t& People You Love!" your Fen. Emergency Medical Services Week is September 16 - 22. And during this week the Emergency Department at Hu- mana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley is offer- ing an important community service to ensure that your child receives emergency medical care when it is needed, even if you cannot be reached. According to the law your child cannot receive medical care without your written consent. If your child were sick or injured, medical treatment could be delayed if you were not available to sign permission for treatment. To ensure that your child receives emergency medical care when it is needed come by the hospital Emergency Depart- ment and pick up a copy (or copies) of the "Authorization for the Emergency Treat- ment of a Minor" form. Or mail us the at- tached coupon and we will mail you what you need. Fill out the form and send it back to the Emergency Department where it will be kept on file until your child is 18 years old or you revoke the authorization. 2 YES! 7q Please send me Authorization / I for the Treatment of a Minor form(s). i children). ..____.Quantity needed(number of Name ....... Address City State______Zip____.__ i I I Humana Hospital Greenbrler Valley P.O. Box 497, Ronceverte, WV 24970 304-647-4411 d 645-6351 1-800-245-8647 Rt. 219 Fairlea WV.