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2B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 11, 1990 Miss Pierson Will Wed James Ferguson Marlene Pierson and James Ferguson announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. Miss Pierson is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Larry L Pierson of Lewisburg and Mr Ferguson Is the son of Mr and Mrs Robert Ferguson of Pickaway. An open church ceremony will be observed Saturday, November 3, 6 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Fairies. Wesley Unroe Turns Three Wesley Holt Unroe of White Sulphur Springs turned three September 26 and a party was held Ill his honor. Those attend- ing included brothers Alex and Eric, grandmother Gaff Foster~ and Mary Carroll. Melinda Rey- nolds, Linda Adklns, Danny, Daisy and Chrystal Foster. Ter- esa and Mychal Glllespie, J. D. and Cary Wade, and Nathan and Matthew A]shire. Others not at- tending the party but who sent gifts included LeRoy Foster, Carol Unroe and Julle, Leslie and Michael Brewster and Verna Wade. A Friend Who Is Far From Home Would Appreciate 'MisSion Outreach' Will Visit County Methodists A Gift Subscription To The Mountain Messenger Send Us Their Name And Full Address With Your Check for $15 We Will Mall Mountain Messenger Anywhere in the World! Five persons who are now, or were in the past, part of the mis- sion outreach work of the United Methodist Church will speak in United Methodist Churches in Greenbrier County the week of October 14-19. All area United Methodists, and the public In general, are Invited to hear these speakers. Reverend Larry Patterson, a Greenbrler County native who now works with one of the mis- sion projects of the West Virginia Conference, will speak at several locations on October 14 and 15. Reverend Patterson was a member of the first graduation class at Greenbrler East High School. He serves as the pastor of Ebenezer United Methodist Church in Huntington, works with the Ebenezer Community Outreach Center, also in Hunt- Ington, and Is a student at Methodist Theological School in Ohio, at Delaware, Ohio. Reverend Patterson will speak at morning worship services on October 14 at Elizabeth Chapel at 9:15 a.m. and at Trinity in Ronceverte at 1 1 a.m. He will speak at New Bethel at 2 p.m. The people of Cold Springs, An- drew Chapel, McMlllion, New Sa- lem, Wesley Chapel, and James Chapel Churches are especially urged to join the people of New Bethel to hear Reverend Patter- son. He will be at Bascom Church in Rupertor a covered dish din- ner al 5:30 p.m. and a mission rally at 7 p.m. October 14. The people of the Rainelle and Quin- wood churches are particularly urged to join the people at Rupert. Reverend Patterson will be speaking at a luncheon gather- ing at Lewisburg church October 15 at II a.m. Everyone is wel- come to attend, but those who would llke to have lunch are asked to call the church ahead of time. He will also be speaking at a mission rally at McClung Memo- rial Church at Smoot. The people of Soule Chapel, Sam Black Church, Maude Chapel, Sunrise Chapel, and the Dawson in White Sulphur Springs. He will be present for a covered-dish dinner'.at 6 p.m. and a program at 7 p.m. The people of the AI- yon, Whatcoat, May Chapel, Eakle Chapel, and Emmanuel Church are particularly urged to share with the people at Saint James in this event. On October 17 at I0 a.m., Reverend Johannaber will speak at Trinity Church in Ronceverte. The people of Main Street, Mount Zion, Elizabeth Chapel, Grace, and Mount Vernon Churches are urged to join with the people at Trinity for this event. Reverend William J Anderson, who is the director of one of the West Virginia Conference's mis- sion projects, will speak at sev- eral churches on October 17 and 18. Reverend Anderson is the di- rector of Tyrand Co6perative Ministries, in the southern part of Randolph County. He will be speaking on October 17 at a meeting of the United Methodist Men of Johnson Memorial Church in Alderson. This meet- ing is a dinner meeting, and men from other churches who would llke to attend are asked to call the church ahead of time. Reverend Anderson will also be speaking to the United Meth- odist Women of Trinity Church in Ronceverte on October 18 at 1:30 p.m. Women of other area churches are invited to join the ladies at Trinity for this pro- grain. On October 18 at 7:30 p.m. Reverend Anderson will be speaking at Calvary Church at Richlands. The people of James Chapel, Emmanuel, Janes Chapel, New Bethel, and Cold Springs, are urged to join the people of Calvary for this event. Reverend Everett Woodcock, a retired missionary who served for 42 years, will be speaking at only one Greenbrier County Church, Mount Hermon at Ren- ick, October 18, at 6 p.m. at a covered-dish dinner. The people of Frankford, Beulah, Mount Ol- ivet, McMillion, Wesley Chapel, and Andrew Chapel are particu- larly urged to join the people at ~I Church are urged to join theRenlck for this event. people of the church in Smoot for this event. Reverend John Johannaber ~ will speak at two events in the area. He is a retired United Methodist minister from Oxford, Georgia, who worked for the United Methodist Board of Global Ministries during the last decade of his active ministry. He served as a missionary in the Soviet Union for a time. Reverend dohannaber will be ~ ~ e~f~ speaking on Tuesday night. Oc- O~t 7"~ /: tober 16, at Saint James Church BURR RABBIT " CHILD DEVFk.OPMENT CENTER, INC. 'Moro Than JUSt A Day Care" DAYCARE & PRESCHOOL Ages 2-12 Hours: 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM eq e4 e~ e. MIP re HC 70, Box D17 ,. II Illl Structured Private Child Care Ages 3-6 Open Oct. 8th located in Smoot 3 miles from 1-64 60peninqs Available Daily or Weekly Reference available Contact Kim Osborne 392-5063 i i i Miss Bonita Karen Will Marry Dean George Dean Bostic and Bonita Karen Pence will marry October 13. Miss Pence is the daughter of Mr and Mrs George C. Pence, of Ronceverte. She is a 1983 gradu- ate of Greenbrier East High School and a 1988 graduate of Marshall University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Miss Pence is employed by Leigh Sales as a sales engineer in Charlotte, North Carolina. Mr Bostic is the son of Mr and Mrs George H Bostic of Roncev- erie. He is the grandson of Anna Morgan of Ronceverte and Win- nifred Bostic of Falrlea. Mr Bos- tic is 1985 graduate of Green- brier East High School and a 1989 graduate of West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. He ts ' employed by in Charlotte where ity control chemist. -The couple pl~ church wedding ber 13, at 3 p.m. Springs Resort. A immediately mony. SCRIPTURE SAYS~ THAT IN LATTER TIMES SOME SHALL DEF THE FAITH; GIVING HEED TO SEDUCING SPIRITS; AND DOC1 DEVILS: SPEAKING LIES IN HYPOCRISY; HAVING SEARED WITH A HOT IRON: FORBIDDING TO MARRY, AND ( TO ABSTAIN FROM MEATS, WHICH GOD CREATED TO BE THANKSGIVING OF THEM WHICH BELIEVE AND KNOW THE (1 TIMOTHY 4:1, 2, 3) Paid for b IllexBlue Princess Holly ............... reg. $22.90 on Sale', Illex China Girl Holly........................reg. $22.90 on Burning Bush 18"-24"...................... reg. $18.00 on Salel Japanese Yews 18"-24" ................... reg. $24.00 on Rhododendron- Red, Pink, Purple 1E ....................................................................................... on Sale Globe Arborvitae 18"-24" ............... reg. $17.00 on Large Variety of Shrubs to choose from i Pumpkins- over 5000 in stock small, reed., large, & extra large.. .. $1.50 & g Holland Flower bulbs: Now is the time to #ant for a beautiM show next Spring, Large Tulip Bulbs- red, yellow, pink, white ........................... 6 Daffodils- white, yellow, orange (extra large bulbs) ..................... 6 FragrantHyacinths- all colors- (extra large bulbs) ............... 6 C:r'ocus.a,,sso. t .................................... 12 Red and Golden Delicious Apples: bushes.. .50 1/2bushel..-M.90 peck...$2.99 with Coupon $8.50 bushel Hardy Garden Mums in bud and bloom 7" pot Flowering Kale ........................................................ ,,, Local Grown Potatoes. Kennebec " bushel Buy now store for winter use. Place your order Fresh Apple Cider gal. $2.99 1/2 gal. $1.99 Made fresh 7 A I I I ESTAU IIII II _ _ r A,N T Jl I I I OPENING SOON 536-2202 t! er sur @ aparosco The name may be a lot longer that the incision. I! Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley would like to introduce someone special. D. Downs Little, M.D., Internal Medicine, has recently joined the medical staff of Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley. He is in private practice with Green- brier Physicians, Inc., in Ronceverte. Dr, Little is a native of Spartanburg, SC, and is a graduate of the Medical University otI South Caro- lina. He completed his training at the Cleveland Clinic, Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medi- cine and Tulane University School of Medicine. Dr. Little is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He practiced in Virginia prior to his move to the Greenbrier Valley. To make an appointment, call: 647-5115 200 Maplewood Avenue Ronceven, WV Actual size of the largest incision. Traditional gallbladder surgery requires an incision up to 16 times larger than this New procedure means faster recovery and less discomfort. Here's what happens. A tiny tube is inserted into the abdomen through an incision about three-eights of an inch long. This allows the gallbladder to be observed on a high-resolution TV monitor. Three small incisions about the diameter of a ballpoint pen are made to permit the insertion of instruments to reach and remove the gall bladder. Three local surgeons are currently performing laparoscopic cholecystectomies at Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley. They are Drs. Alan Lee, William Mossburg and Benjamin Plybon. It's possible to be back to n in days instead of weeks. Many patients experience little discomfort and are ready to leave the hospital the next day. In fact, it's highly possible that the dure can be completed on an outpatient Some patients are usually able to return to normal diet the same day and regular daily routines in as few as three days. gallbladder surgery requires a hospital staY' some four or five days and as much as a siX" week recovery period. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is the lateS! a long list of new state-of-the-art introduced to this area by Humana Greenbrier Valley. umana I Davis Stuart Road, Fairlea/Ronceverte, WV 304-647-4411