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m !IIL ili! i, i~i 4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 20, 1990 Shavers Have Nazarene Church First Child -- A Girl Sunday School News Hedricks Have New Baby Stephanie Shaver Chuck and Lelsha Browning Shaver of Alderson, announce the birth of their first child, Stephanle Ann. Stephante was born May 21 at 8:01 at Raleigh General Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 7.4 ounces and was 20 inches in length. Stephanle's maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Emory Browning of Yolyn. Her paternal grandpar- ents are Mr and Mrs Charlle Shaver of Union. Melissa Hoke To Marry Michael Deflbaugh Marshall R. Hoke of Clenden- Inville announces the forthcom- ing wedding of his daughter Melissa Dawn to Michael Scot, son of James and Freda De- flbaugh of Ronceverte. The open- church wedding will be held September 22 at the Ronceverte Church of the Nazarene. All friends and family are invited. 647-5724 "From Generation ot Genera-" tlon" is the theme of a slx-week fall Sunday School emphasis at the Ronceverte Church of the Nazarene September 23 through October 28. The theme focuses on the passing on of the Chris- tian faith from one generation to the next. The denominational-wide campaign takes its theme from Joel l:3---'Tell it to your children, and let your children tell it to their children, and their children to the next generation." Those attending September 23 will dress in old-fashioned clothes in an effort to reflect on the past, in addition to the 15- year history of the Ronceverte church, organized in 1975. An assortment of photos from the church's history will be on dis- play in the sanctuary. Activities on September 30\ will focus on the church's com- mitment to world missions. Members of the congregation will highlight the denomination's ho- liness heritage October 7 by in- viting a senior adult to speak on what it meant to be a member of the church in the early days of the denomination. The Church of the Nazarene was organized in 1908 as a merger of numerous North American holiness groups in the Wesleyan-Arminian heri- tage. Children will be the focus on October 14, Sunday School teachers will be recognized Octo- ber 21, and the six-week cam- paign will conclude October 28 with "Rally Day," in which all former members and friends of the church will be invited to take part in a "homecoming" celebra- tion. Sunday School Superinten- dent John Perry, Pastor David Harris, and members of the con- gregation invite the public to at- tend Sunday School during the campaign, beginning each Sun- day at 9:45 a.m. The church is located at 610 West Main Street in Ronceverte, 1-1/2 block east of the public library. FallBegins.... A time to care and share with our neighbors. US Route 60 West. 1 Mile Crawley, WV 24931 Phone (304) 392-6500 Douglas Kirwan and Megan Ellen Hedrick of Williamsburg announce' the birth of their sister, Jessica Carol, born at Humana Hospital- Graenbrler Valley, August 17 at 10:48 a.m. She weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. Her parents are Gary and Laurie Hedrick. Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs O. K. Legg of Charlotte, North Carolina and Mr and Mrs Ghaile Shortridge of Frankford; Mrs Lora Barker of Alderson, the late Mrs McLeaman Legg of Sportswood, New Jersey, Mrs Jessie Hedrick of Cornstalk and the late Mrs Edna McMil- lion of Trout. Belinda Cunnin Marries Troy Boswell Belinda Lee Cunnington of San Bernadino, California, and Troy Lee Boswell of Ronceverte, were married Friday, August 31, at 6 p.m. in the Church of the Incarnation, Episcopal, Roncev- erte, by the Vicar Lynwood D. Wells, in a double-ring cere- mony. The altar was decorated with red and white carnations and the groom's brother, C. Brad Boswell, served as acolyte and ring bearer. Dr Joan Moore, church organist, provided tradi- tional and contemporary wed- ding music. Matthew Landers ushered. The bride is the daughter of Mrs Patrlcia A. Cunnington of San Bernadlno and Arthur L. Cunnlngton of Saint Johns, Ari- zona. The groom is the son of Mrs Beverly B. Boswell of Ronceverie and the late Charles L. Boswell of Pompano Beach, Florida. Given in marriage by the groom's grandfather, Norman B. Blake of Ronceverte, the bride wore an off-white taffeta tealength gown with a V-neckline and bouffant sleeves. She carried a prayer book belonging to the gr0om's mother, which wascov-_ Mr and Mrs Troy Lee Boswell ered with sweetheart roses and baby's breath. The reception in the church undercroft was catered by Rudy's Comer Grill. Following a honeymoon to Snowshoe the couple is living in the Dowdy Apartments, 407A Monroe Avenue, Ronceverte. The groom is attending Green- brier Community College and is employed by the B. A. Mullican Lumber Co. September 23rd-29th ARIES - March 21/April 20 SCORPIO - October The most important events in your For the past month you life now and during the next few too worried about time. weeks will center on partnerships let things move at their and have far-reaching effects. You Monday will be a luck may be edgy and uncertain about you, especially those in authority on the 25th and -also receive some 26th. If single, marriage may be in the future. TAURUS - April 21/May 21 Your friends divert your attention over the weekend and you revel in parties and fun. Work conditions will soon be changing and you could fred yourself taking on more responsibili- ty. However, Jupiter and Saturn add their own special energies, suggest- ing that more work will bring in a steady flow of welcome bonuses. GEMINI - May 22/June 21 You're never at a loss for admirers, but now you will find that you have to take romance much more serious- ly and make a fu'm decision on who you love best. For there's every like- lihood that you're heading towards some type of change. You withdraw to do some soul searching on the 27th and 28th. CANCER - June 22/July 22 The domestic side of life is always of special importance to people born under Cancer. Many of you have been seeking opportunities to get organized. You're electrified with energy this week, but don't let your temper flare! LEO - July 23/August 23 Romance is foremost in your mind through the week, but arguments with children or other loved ones may be upsetting. Don't be surprised if relatives make changes in their lives between now and mid-October. You could soon be joining forces with them in what may be long-term ~r~zts and commitments. O - August ?A/Sept 22 You'll feel some heavy burdens finally lifted from your shoulders and will be able to move ahead with no frustration in plans. You'll be less prone to moods of worry and pes- simism. There will be an unexpected stroke of good luck on Monday or Wednesday. LIBRA - September 23/Oct 23 You will be taking fife more serious- ly. During the next year or two, some links with the past will gradu- ally be severed. This will give you more leeway for making the most of new opportunities which will add happiness to your life. A profitable financial transaction on the 25th could cause overspending. 9 tions. SAGITTARIUS - Your career or parents of concern over the things brighten as ing planet, aids and your most cherished future. Career pros improve. Don't be too force the pace in romance. CAPRICORN - The weekend will be a time for those of you love[ An important ruling planet, Saturn, important segment of chart. There is a sure that, in working surf0 you'll be assuming extra bilities soon. Friends ar~ on the 26th and 27th. AQUARIUS - January Chance plays a strong life this week, so be advantage of what the blue--especially on Tuesday. Travel will your thoughts near and enjoyable vacation your future. PISCES - You wisely pause to review past actions judgement guide you. Mercury trends show that l will be taking wing and adventurous heights. Yo" ting a much clearer where your best where to seek fresh talents. Your birthday THE NEXT 12 Your main probler moment seem to stem agreement over joint commitments. The time for you to be more rive. Emotionally, tht year will certainly be table and reassuring times, in 1991, you yourself saying tha best year of your will help you get out And, an old love may with you by late summer. @ e U 1991 Tempos, Crown Taurus, F150 1982 Excort, 4 door., 4 speed 19~ TAURUS GL, SW, 1989 TAURUS,4doo, automatic, transmission ....... ~ ........... $1,690 autematk, AM-FM,air condition, AM/FM Cassette, air, 16,000 miles 18,000 miim ........... $13,400 ...................... $12,900 1989 LINCOLN Tows Car, Air, 1986 FIS0, 4x4, 117 WB, VS, 4 1990 CROWN VICTORIA LX PW, CC, AM/FM Cassette, leater speed transmission, one owner air, PW, CC, AM/FM Cassette seals, 22,000 mi ........ $18,300 ....................... $9,490 only 8,000 miles ....... 1989 AEROSTAR pnssenge air, AM/FM o~wn~ o........... ** 1989 MUSTANG, automatic, PS, 1979 BRONCO, vg, 4 speed PB, air condition, blue, low miles transmission ................. ........................ ....................... $3S90 1986 AEROSTAR Cargo Vu, V61989 PROBE GT, S engine, $ speed trans., one owner AM/FM, CD player, ........................ $5,690 vehicle, red ........... 1988 JEEP Grand Wagoneer, V8, automatic, PW, Air, AM/FM Cassette, one owner, 20,000 miles ........................ $16,500 1990 Dodge Caravan Mark m 1990 TEMPO GL, 4 door, conversion, V6 auto., AM/FM automatic, ah" cond., AM/FM, cass., 1 owner, 5,000 mi.$17,500 18,000 miles ........... $10,200 198"/ MUSTANG automatic, AM/FM cassette, air white, low miles ........ 1986 NISSAN, King Cab, 4x4, $ speed transmission, clean. ...o * o. *..o *. o * .* o . $8,94~ 1990 TAURUS, 4 door, automatic, AM/FM, white, ........ ...........''' 1985 EAGLE 4x4, automatic, air, out o., .........,......*," 990 ESCORT, 4 door, AM/FM, PS, white, low miles. ........................ $811,49( 1990 THUNDERBIRD,auto- 1989TEMPO, 2door, automattc, 1987 198,5 LTD, 4 door, V6 engine, 1986 OLDS Calais, 2 door, marie, CC, PW AM/FM Cassette, AM/FM, sir cond., 12,000 miles speed, ak cond., AM/FM cass., automatic, PW, PB, AM/FM. automatic, air condition. I2,000 mi ............. $15,400 ........... ". ........... $8,990 one owner ............. $10,900 ....................... $3,690 ....................... $6,890 . 1980 Chev. UNION, W.VA. "West Virginia's Big Little Ford Dealer'' The Onhl New Car Dealer Located In Monroe Counttfl Sales and Parts Department Open From 8 to 12 On Sat. See The Salesman Of Your Cholce: Kenneth Kirby - 772-3082 or James Furrow - 832-6814 or 772"