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e By Helen W. Searle The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 25, 1990 3B Mountain Messenger's t ' !i Crookshanks and Mr Frack Married Dlann Crookshanks James Frack were I o'clock August 25, Reverend Kenneth the double r at Caldwell Pente- is the daughter of Clarence C. Crook- Lewisburg. The bride- the son of Mrs "IXvila Asbury and Mr Wil- of Pittsburgh, Penn- was decorated ement of White pink carnations The pews and el- adorned with white marriage by her par- to the altar by bride wore a formal satin featuring an neckline with adorned with bows The bodice with lace and while an over- motif trims on the a ruffled hem. A with floral sprays Was attached to the the full gown and the chapel length Yell was a circlet of roses, ribbon, and wlth tulle pouf tip veil. It was floral sprays gown. She carried of white and white calla lilies, ivy. wedding and spe- provided by Mrs of Caldwell. The "Only God Could black accents. Special guest was the groom's grandmother, Mrs Azeal la Fountain of Asbury. The reception was held after the wedding In the church fel- lowship hall. Assisting were Lisa Van Dyke, Mona Eckler, Lisa Bennett, Janet Johnson and Marilea Johnson. The four-tiered pink and white wedding cake was adorned with white carna- tions, babys breath, spring-a-rye and cherubs. The tables were ar- ranged in pink and white with silver accents and pink and white balloons were used throughout the reception area. The cake was created and made by Mrs Janet Johnson of Rainelle. "llle bouquets, corsages and boutonnieres were made by Mrs Pat Pennington of Lewis- burg. The wedding photographer was Mrs Virginia Campbell of Union. The wedding was video- taped by Mr Chris Sienkiewicz of Lewisburg. Following a horreymoon In Williamsburg, Virginia, the couple is living in Lewisburg. ans To Mark 45th Saint Gaudentius Gaudentlus was born at Brescia in northern Italy near the middle of the 4th century. He received his education from Philastrius, a Spaniard, who traveled all over Italy disputing the doctrines of Arius as heresy. (In theology, Arianism is the be- lief that Jesus is only the highest of created beings. Arianism de- nies Jesus as being of the same substance as God.) Philastrius, later to become a saint himself, was elected Bishop of Brescia and became known for his gen- tleness and humility. As a pro- fessor to Gaudentius, he earned the respectful title of "father." At the end of his studies, Gaudentlus went on pilgrimage to Jerusalem where he became a monk at Caesarea in Cappado- cia. During his absence his dear friend and teacher, Philastrius, died. By popular concent, Gaudentius was elected Bishop. Though he felt unworthy to ac- cept such a position, he, influ- enced by other Eastern Bishops, was consecrated by Bishop Am- b:ose (St. Ambrose 12/7) in 387. Like his mentor, Gaudentius was not only a prudent and humble insniratlon to his oeoole. 1913 -- 1986 In Memory of Everette H. Dunbar Dear Dad, It's been four years since you passed away, But in our hearts you're there each day, We think of you in our daily lives, How you understood and was so forgiving, We think back to when we were young and small, Some of the things you did we didn't understand at all. But as we grow older and the years go by, We understand the things you did and why. I love you Daddy. LoYe, Ronald -- August 1990 The children of Orby and Isa- bel Morgan of Caldwell invite you to joln with them to honor their parents on their 45th anniver- sary October 28 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Seneca Trail Christian Academy. Your presence will be their gift. ~'I'he Wedding~- SCRIm'URSAYS: "Theme from Ice l TO ABRAHAM AND HIS SEED WERE THE PROMISES MADE NOT SEEDS AS OF MANY, | | BUT THY SEED, WHICH IS CHRIST. | bav~ Crookshanks of I KNOW YE THEREFORE, THEY WHICH ARE OF FAITH ARE THE CHILDREN C~ ABRAH.IM. | niece of the bride, /IFYEBECHRISI"S, YOU ARE ADBRAHAM'S SEED AND HEIRS ACCORDtNG TO PROMISE / /(GALATIANS3:7, 16, 29) / of honor, She [ 8EING BORN OF GOD MAKES GENTILES ABRAHAM 'S SEED, THEISRAELOFGOD. J dress of dusty I~,(GALATIANS 6:16~ AND HEIRS ACCORDING TO PROMISE , Paid for b]/Olan Moran ~F dress featured a highlighted with )s and was ac- rape and satin ro- of waist. Her hair- White cascading rib- a bouquet of Pink calla lilies and the guest book Dyke of Lewis- Prack of Pittsburgh. Me, father of the as best man. brother of the Lane served as was attired in black tails with black tie. He wore which as in the brides mother wore a dress of turquoise mother wore a white dress wlth own to the I In an effort to clear the skeletons from our ~~1~L~ ! closet we're stripping prices to the bone. ~~ I Bring in this ad and receive 10% MORE off ~ [ ar~/~I/LJ,f#~.~> | any item in the store now until Thanksgiving. ~1~~" ] 1-64 Exit 156 US 60 West 1, mile Crawley, WVa. (304) 392-6500 | Early-BirdSpecial i I AllChristmas Trees I I 2o%off | I Over5differentstylestochoosefromi | ' " 1 10urToyShelvesAre NowStocked/ 1 .] Free Christmas Layaway! It tlome C~ 120 E. WASHINGTON ST. LEWISBURG, WV 645 2191 but a powerful preacher. "ten of his 21 recorded sermons are still in existance in the archives of the Vatican, (easier access would be through the Catholic IAbrary in St. Louis, Missouri which holds a major portion of this li- brary on microfihn). In the year 405, Bishop Gaudentius, having gained a reputation for his humble asser- tiveness, was sent in the com- pany of two others by Pope Inno- cent I and Emperor Honorius of Rome to Constantinople, Turkey to defend John Chrysostom (9/ 13) before the heresy charges of Emperor Arcadius. The three travelers were captured and em- prisloned at Thrace on the bor- der of Greece and Turkey. After an effmtless offering of heavy bribes denouncing the character of Chrysostom, they were later returned to Italy in a completely unseaworthy ship. After his re- turn to Italy, Gaudentius re- ceived a letter from Chrysostom thanking him for his effo~ 's. The good man died about the year 410. He Is eulogized by RI- finus as "the glory of the doctors of the age in which tie lived." Sa'.at Gc.,adentius is remembered or his feast Jay October 25. On Sunday October 28, a spe- cial satellite-broadcast video presentation entitled "Prodigal Son" will be transmitted by the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-Day Saints. A member of the First Presidency will introduce the video, which is the fifth in a series of direct gospel messages. The program may be viewed at the White Sulphur Springs chapel of the Church located on Rt. 92 just across from Battle- field Mall. It will begin at 8 p.m. Following the 30-minute presen- tation, an open house and social will be held at the Church. Mem- bers of the Church, their friends and neighbors, and any other interested Individuals are en- couraged and welcome to attend. ~-~---~1 ~" The Messenger I ....... pEOPLE I The Rainelle Seventh-Day Adventist Church, located at 16th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, was organized in 1952 in the home of Barbara Lefler as a branch of the Beckley Seventh-Day Adventl~ Church. Floyd Strunk was the first pastor. The congregation met in the Knights of Pythian Hall on Main Street from 1953 until 1965, when the present frame building was constructed. Ron Boyce has been pastor since November 1989. Seventh-day Adventists Sponsor Mini-series Local Seventh-day Adventists have helped underwrite a new television mini-series called "Leg- acy of Healing" through personal contributions and the annual Television Ministries offering. Beginning October 28. the four-part special will air on Sun- days, hosted by George Vande- man, director-speaker for the "It Is Written" television program. Using location footage from Loma Llnda University medical Center in Loma Linda, Califor- nia, the series addresses today's health issues: how to separate 'quack' cures from proven health principles, standard drug ther- apy~compared with herbal reme- dies, relating as Christians to both prayer and medicine. Vandeman will also interview Dr Leonard Bailey, LLUMC baby heart transplant specialist, and Dr James Slater who discusses tile medical center's new proton accelerator facility to treat life- threatening cancers. Area viewers can see the se- ries on Sunday mornings at 8:30 a.m. on Channel 7 WDBJ or check satellite dish listings for stations ABN, PTL, and VISN. Hefner Family Thanks Friends We would like to thank every- one for the kindness extended to all of us during the illness and death of our mother and grand- mother, Mary E. (Lizzie} Hefner. Thanks to all of you who visited her during her illness, to those who offered words of comfort and especially , gx your prayers. Also, thanks to.everyone who sent food. flowers or money. Special thanks to the staff and residents of Andrew S. Rowan Home, The Williamsburg Volun- teer Rescue Squad, especially Charles Lewis and Mickey Th- ompson, Dr Debra Sams, Rever- end Gary Joy, Reverend Lula Collins. and Jack K. Wallace Funeral Home. 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