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2B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 15, 1990 Woodlawn Church Thank You Grace Baptist Church, located at 510 Third Avenue in Marlinton, was organized in 1975. Gall Cutlip was the first pastor. The congregation first met at the American Legion Hall in downtown Marlinton and then held services in the basement of the parsonage on Third Avenue. The present church building was completed in 1978. Reverend Lloyd Arbogast has been minister of the congregation since April 1989. II I I iii I ii $11 i I II ii i i Jlllllll ii When you like the Mountain Messenger PLEASE thank our advertisers = --- t ,J im '~VE, ACCORDING TO HIS PROMISE, L OO, K FOR NEW HEAVENS AND NEW EARTH, ~'~ ~ " WHEREIN DWELLETH RIGHTEOUSNESS'. (ll PETER 3:13) ~~ "1 SAW NEW HEAVEN AND A NEW EARTH: THE FIRST HEAVEN AND FIRST EARTH ~" WERE PASSED AWAY. [ SAW NEW JERUSALEM COMING FROM GOD OUT OF HEAVEN, PREPARED AS A BRIDE FOR HER HUSBAND. (REV. 21:1,2)' EVEN SO, COME, LORD JESUS." (REV. 22:201 Paid for b~, Olan Morgan Tile Woodland Church of Auto wishes to thank everyone who attended their turkey supper. and all who gave donations to- ward ttle heating system. It's greatly appreciated. God Bless You. The Hansons Express Thanks During my hospital stay and recuperation at home, many flowers, cards, prayers, and kind thoughts were expressed. These loving concerns and expressed thoughts are most appreciated and will always be remembered. Thank you, Millard and Mildred Hanson ,t:'J ! Mr and Mrs John M. Surber (Patricia Ann White) Miss White Weds Mr Surber Mr & Mrs Frederick Ambrose Pearson III Louise Ann Smith Ambrose Pearsoa Louise Ann Smith and Freder- ick Ambrose Pearson III were married October 5 in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. The bride is the daughter of Nadine Llvesay Smith and Edgar Lewis Smith, both of Lewisburg. her maternal grandparents are the late Elsie Ford Livesay and William Grey Livesay. Paternal grandparerlts are Mary Edgar Miller of Lewisburg, and the late Clarence J. Smith. Mrs Pearson is Office Man- ager for the Washington Project Office of the National Center for State Courts in Arlington, Vir- ginia. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Frederick A. of Wethersfield, maternal grandparen late Grace Evans George S. Warwood. grandparents are Mr Frederick A. Pearsorl Barrington, Mr Pearson is a Technician for Voice in the United States II Agency's Radio ington, D.C. Following a Monhegan Island, Myers, Florida, and brier Hotel, the at 3016 Marquis Dr Washington, Maryland. If you have a back pain that won't go away, now you can call the Humana On CallsM action line to get the help you need. 't'ou'll speak with a specially trained Humana health care couriselor using Humana's own Healthcare Access Service computer. At no charge to you. If you need a doctor, we'll use up to 31 matching criteria to help you find a physician you can like as well as respect. If you need a check-up, we'll get you in fast. Or if you think you could use a healthier lifestyle, we'll point you in the right direction. Now when you need health care information, don't worry. Just call. SM l A community service of Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley, Fairlea, WV Patricia AJm White of Organ Cave and John Michael Surber of White Sulphur Springs were married at Granberry United Methodist Church in Covington, Virginia, July 20 with Reverend John LeRoy Young, Jr officiat- ing. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert White of Or- gan Cave. Tile groom is the son of Mr and Mrs John H. Surber of By Helen W. Searle The Holy Roman Empire be- gan in 962 with the crowning of Otto I by Pope John XII. By the I i th Century, the Empire con- sisted of a vast area of mainly Germanic states in central and White Sulphur Springs. Following a honeymoon, the western Europe. For the most couple is living in Ocala, Florida. part Otto's successors main- Mr Surber, a former coach and tained his policies of total domi- instructor in the Greenbrier nation. The Church was in- County school system, is em- cluded wllhln this government ployed by the Marion County but imperial rule continued to Board of Education in Ocala in supersede the pope's authority. the same capacity. The climax of this power was Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley would like you to meet someone special. Steve Walter, M.D., Internal Medicine, has recently joined the staff of Iqumana Hospital - Green- brier Valley. He is in private practice with Lynn Smith, M.D., Dorris Ragsdale, M.D. and Michael Barri, M.D. Dr. Walter is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is a graduate of the University of the Medical College of Ohio at Toledo. During his resiOer:c,, :'.t the Me'Jic:fi College of Ohio at Toledo he was chief resident. Dr. Walter is an avid golfer and enjoys playing racket- ball. To make an appointment, call: 645-3207 Valley Medical Associates Davis Stuart Road Lewisburg, WV achieved during the peror Henry III. gained total contr0 state leaders, he authority over the clesiastical matters, the nomination of a death in 1056, his then six years old, peror. Trained and father's ways the peror Henry IV was enced by his ruling excessive controls plunder were to middle of that which, the emperor, excommunicated In 1,073, Leopold the son of the a border province) was born at Melk, a center on the nearly a days travel enna. As was the male children of educated by the age of 23, Leopold's and he became the Austria. Ten years ried the daughter Henry IV by whom children, he founded terles, one at outside of Vienna named Mariazell, in Unrest in the ued through the brother-in-law, V. After his death in pold refused the but continued as his death in 1136 63. As lord of Aust time Empire, respected for the ness and love he state and his people he served he. surname "the Good canonized in 1486 cent VIII and is his feast day