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November 1, 1990

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By Helen Church of the Nazarene.was established in 1924 on Mountain as the Woodrow Church of the Nazarene. Ruth was the first pastor. In 1928 the congregation moved to its on Ninth Street, where services were held in a/ building until 1940. In that year the present Was constructed, using stones from Stoney Creek. The a major remodeling project in 1969 and added to last year. Reverend Philip Perry has been pastor since 1989. /, Missy Loudermilk Wed Brian Dolan (Skip) and Dotty Clln- "g are announc- engagement of their Missy Loudermilk to son of Barry (Buck) ta Dolln of ~s. is a 1989 of Greenbrier East High in Fairlea. Her fiance, from Greenbrier School in 1985, is by WIIllamsburg Con- In Glen Burnie. Mary- church wedding is 3 p.m., Saturday, at the First Presby- in White Sulphur Miss Loudermilk & Brian Dolal; Springs. An open reception will follow the ceremony. ALL SAINTS DAY Each year all saints are hon- ored with a special day of re- membrance. On this day, all saints who have ever received sanctification according to the Church, along with may others who may have become saints without our knowledge and earthly blessings, are remem- bered on the Feast of All Saints, November I. Jesus Christ, through his lov- ing mercy, has given all of us the potential of becoming saints, the rest is up to us and our accep- tance of His moral lessons. In His "Sermon on the Mount," (found in both the Gospel ac- cording to Saint Matthew, and the Gospel according to Saint Luke), Jesus explains the needed qualities: compassion, humility, patience, peacefulness, purity, repentance, zeal. and the accep- tance of slander and persecution Another Place, Another Time By Charles E. Pishner Another Place, another time Perhaps our paths may cross again You will forever be a friend of mine Together friend we'll always win We now share a warm embrace "I~en sadly we say good bye On my cheek is a tear trace Never before have you seen me cry Another place, another time Friend I love you so We have love divine Happiness we have known Slowly your bus pulls away The Greyhound moves so fast My love for you will forever stay Never will you become part of my past Another place, another time Autumn leaves now fall Always you treated me kind As your name I softly call. Toni Kittle New Son New News The Gospel o! Chdat i= God's power for salvation to all who believe it (Romans 1:16). / Individual faith in the death burial and resurrection of Chriet means salvation for the / believer (Romans 4:5). Chdat was made sin for the believer and took his penalty that the 1 believer might he made righteous In Chdat and escape the penalty (11 Car. 5:21 ) I Friend, embrace this truth and be saved. ] Paid for by Olan Morgan J ( "Devln" Kittle was 4, 1990 at At- Hospital. His Bill and Toni Kitfle ly. His brother is 10 years old. are He- of Orlando Florida Rex Huff of Canvas; is George To- of Fairlea. Paternal are Vernon and of Pickaway. Mater- are Ore- and Maxwell Dotson of Sum- great-grand- Russell Kitfle of Un- and Mary Marshall A NEW Subaru, Cadillac? Butler tny Motors BURR RABBIT CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC. "' @q ~' .'More Than Just A Day C~re" " DAYCARE & PRF.,SCHOOI, *q ,@ @q Ju y W. Burn= ~e D~rect=" Ages 2-12 re HC 70, Box D17 Hours: 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM i re sW e= W.V. 24806 304.-r~N~k?.60 m For Ad Results You Can See... Advertise With Us. Put your ad where it will be seen and get a response Newspaper advertising works Call 647-5724 for advertising information. Business picks up when you pick up the newspaper. Corrugated Asphalt Roofing and Siding Provides added insulation Lifetime warranty BROWN RED BLACK GREEN Fast, easy installation Distinctive look in sheets or tile No special tools required GRAY "IN STOCK COLORS e W Searle through our efforts to seek jus- tice and truth. He teaches us that high standards are worth seeking for He promises us the blessings are many. All Saints Day is a time to re- member all the merits of those who have gone before us, to thank these people for their help in our times of need, to thank them for their assistance when we call on them to strengthen us with their unique and special gifts, and to pray that their fa- vors granted will continue to aid us as we take our daily steps through life. The Saints are always with us through both word, example, and deed. They are there for us, not only to help us by their living example, but to call upon, think about, and help us help our- selves through their example. The Feast of All Saints is cele- brated on November I. Mr & Mrs Lipps Married 50 Years Louise and Ralph Lipps Because you have shared in our lives by your friendship and love we would like you to join in the celebration of our Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary on Satur- day, November 24, from two to four o'clock in the afternoon at the Rupert Community Center. Louise and Ralph Lipps cherish your friendship and respectfully request no other gifts. RT 15F2WV FROST CLEAR REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER 150 Cu ft Adjustable Glide Oul Shelves Ice Maker Ready ]O-Year Limited Warranty" Reversible, Textured Doors o.,v $488 "See prlnt(,~d WUf[oniy for detoil~ in cll4ding exceptions The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 1, 1990 3B Crystal & Martha Girls Have Party Crystal Dawn two, and Martha C. four, of Dawson, daughters of Tim and Allcia Mor- ris of Lewisburg, celebrated their birthday with a party Sunday at the home of their foster parents Everett and Vada Redes. Bear cakes, ice cream, games and balloons were enjoyed by their small friends, Sherman, Sebrlna, Kelly and Klmberly Eagle, Candace, Carrie, Chad and Rachel Redes and Beth Clark. They enjoyed all cards and gifts. Robert & Eloise Puffenbarger Celebrate 50 Years Of Marriage Robert and Eloise Puffen- barger, better known as "Bob and Loys" celebrated 50 years of marriage on September 15 at the Clintonville Community Center. Both were born and raised in Pocahontas County, Dunmore and Boyer. They were married on Sep- tember 14, 1940 at the ages of 17 and 18 by Reverend Light of Monterey, Virginia. They raised four children; Larry, Jane, Tom and Rick. They have i I grand- children and 8 great-grandchil- dren. Bob spent two years in the Navy, later retired from the min- ing business. Loys has been a devoted housewife and mother. They moved to Greenbrler County in the 1940s and lived in Charmco several years before moving to Cool Ridge near Beck- Mr & Mrs Puffenbarger_ ley. 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