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2B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 20, 1990 Helen W. Searle The Mountain Messenger's Weekly Church Salute Saint Dominic of Silos In the year 1000, Dominic was born to peasant parents at Canas in the northwestern prov- ince of Navarre, Spain. He spent his youth as a shepherd in the hill country before he became a Benedictine monk at the monas- teD, of San Millan de CoRolla. During these medieval times, the provincial sovereigns often put claims on monastic prop- erty. When confronted with this show of force, Dominic refused to surrender the grounds of the monastery to Garcia Ill, ruler of Navarre, He was then removed from the monastery and sent to Silos to become abbot of the San Sebastian Monastery on the northwest coast of Spain. Under his leadership, San Se- bastian became one of the lead- ing spiritual houses of Spain. The scriptorium, the rooms were the copying, Illuminating, and lettering of manuscripts and documents took place, produced many outstanding examples of Christian art from this historic period. In addition to Dominic's spiri- tual guidance, of which he is ac- credited with miracles of healing, he rescued many Christian slaves from the Moors. Saint Dominic died on De- cember 20 at the age of 73 in the year 1073. The First Baptist Church of Rainelle was organized in 1911. Reverend John Bragg was the first pastor. Soon afterwards the congregation built a frame building at the present site, 7th Avenue and Surbaugh Avenue. The present brick structure was constructed in 1950, with an educational wing added in 1966. The steeple was erected in 1970. Reverend Ron Williams has been the minister of the church since January 1989. Twins Gary Michael and Sheri Marie and their brother Aaron Keith Morgan. Gary Michael and Sheri Marie were born at Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley Octo- ber 18 at 5:16 a.m. and 5:20 a.m. Sheri was 18-3/4 inches long and weighed 6 pounds 1 o.unce and Gary was 18-1/4 Baby Jesus, Where Are You? By Charles E. Pishner Many folks have taken Jesus out of Christmas No manger therein does he lay I miss the baby Jesus On Christmas his first birthday. Where is Jesus our saviour? Where is the Virgin Mary so kind? Is Jesus to Christmas a Enon Features Live Nativity Johnsons Celebrate 60 Year The sixtieth ding Reverend Dr Mrs Randol Johnson will celebrated bet 27. Johnsons are tired from the torate of the Hill Ba Church. Both natives Wood County, Johnson and former DorOl Jeanette graduated Williamstown School. Johnson attended Alderson-Broaddus College and Marietta of Ohio. After ministerial training at the Crozier Theological nary, Philadelphia, and the University of Pennsylvania the served pastorates at the First Baptist Church, Williamstown, way Baptist Church of Parkersburg, First Baptist Church of cane, the Old Greenbrier Baptist Church of Aiderson, and the Hill Baptist Church. In addition, Dr Johnson has served as chaplain of the Reformatory for Women in Aiderson, as a member of the Board of the West Virginia Baptist Convention and the Council of Campus Ministries for West Virginia, and was with the honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree from Aide College in 1969. The Johnsons are the parents of four children: Mrs Joanne zier of Rush, New York; Reverend James B. Johnson of Mrs Carolyn Dixon, Bedford, Virginia; R. F. Johnson, Jr of burg. They have eight grandchildren and six great Doctor and Mrs Johnson live at 104 Ailman Street, Oak Hill. Enon Baptist Church, Frankford, invites everyone to a re-creation of a live Nativity scene featuring all the charac- ters of the Gospel Christmas story along with live animals. This live Nativity will be pre- sented Friday December 21 Morg m Twins Greet The World stinger? What about Christmas time? at Humana Hospital The stores are full of reindeer through Sunday, December 23 inches long and weighed 5 Ice, snow, and many fits on the lot of Green Lane Auto -~i Is Jesus to Christmas a Sales and Service on Route 219 pounds 10 ounces. stranger?. What about all of this? Maternal grandparents are Dorothy Vaughan of Lewlsburg and Ray Morgan of Fairlea. Ma- ternal great-grandparents are Mr and Mrs William R. Holiday of Fairlea. Baby Jesus, where are you? What have folks done to you I Scriptu'res say, "TWO blind men'";ifiing by the wayside heard Jesus passed" strayed? that way; and crl~ out saying, Hawmercy on us, Okord, thou son of David. I Most folkshave takendesus out Jesus stood still and called them, saying, What will ye that I shall do unto you? / of Christmas. They said, Lord, that our eyes may be opened. Jesus had compassion on them ,| The angels and three Wise Men Touched their eyes; immediately they received sight and followed him. too. (Matthew 20:30-34) All men who can see, follow Jesus. _ ....... J l need one special Christmas .... i valo lor oy umn Morgan .,/ gift. .................... Jesus my saviour it is you! today? Sometimes 1 feel blue Why have men so far from Jesus Q D@@ If you think about it, one of the most valu- able gifts you could ever give someone you love is safety or better health care. That's why Greenbrier Respiratory Care would like to suggest the gifts we feel are practical and very useful as special caring gifts.. in Frankford from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. each evening. Pastor Jim Anderson and all Ihe congregation at Enon look lbrward to sharing the Nativity with everyone as we celebrate the Birthday of the King, Jesus Christ. Mr and Mrs Brett W. McMIIlion Mary Lynn Coffman and Wayne McMillion Married In a candle light ceremony, Mary Lynn Coffman and Brett Wayne McMillion were married in a double-ring ceremony in the Lewisburg United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. August 10. Reverend Homer Stewart per- formed the ceremony. Mrs McMillion is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jimmie H. Coffman of Lewisburg and granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Coffman and Mrs Elmer Persinger, all of Lewlsburg. Mr McMillion is the son of Mr and Mrs Jerry W. McMillion of Nettle ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY | 647-4727 | Greyrock Professional Park / FairleaI WV J That's the miracle of Christmas! Children's musical: "The Littlest Christmas Tree"--Dec. 22, 6:30 p.m. f US Ronceverte Church of the Nazarene 61o West Main Street David C. Harris, pastor 1-64 Exit 156 US 60 West I mile Crawley, WV. (304) 392.6500 Happy Holidays from and grandson of Mr and Lantle McMillion of Nettle Mr and Mrs Victor Richwood. Wedding music was by Anita Crance, pianist, Susie darrell, soloist. Lobban and Jill Masters the candles. Escorted to the altar father and given in her parents, the bride formal ivory satin gown matching headpiece. The bride's attendants Trisha Evans of Keys~ Brenda Atkins of Luray, They were attired in rose-colored dresses with antique lace. Best man was Rc son of Lewtsburg wit Coffman, brother of the Minneapolis, Minnesota, Server of Lewisburg ushers. Ringbearer bride's nephew, Scott Coffman, of Minneapolis. A reception was he Wesley Hall at the church ing the ceremony. The was under the direction Lobban of Alderson with Garnett of Lewisburg di the reception with the of several ladies of the Mrs McMllllon is a Greenbrier East High Potomac State College in She also attended FerrU lege in Ferrum, Virginia. Mr McMllllon gradu Rlchwood High tended Potomac State Keyser. After a short wedding couple is living in where they are education at West verslty. Mrs McMillion is ing a degree In Mr McMlllion a degree estry. Escape ,+.o the Experience nature. ... Expect The Old i - Reduced Breakfast Near-bY BATHTUB SAFETY RAILS ADJUSTABLE BATH BENCHES GRAB BARS WALKERS .CANES FIRST AID KITS HOME BLOOD PRESSURE KITS THERMOPHORE HEATING PAD LAP TRAYS Give a gift of health and safety.. We're always here to help you- J Mountain View Family Dining We thank all off you for your patronage of our new family restaurant. Our hours are Friday and Saturday 4 - 8 p.m., Sunday 12 - 7 p.m. On New Years Eve, Dec. 31, we will be serving dinner and/or breakfast for those who wish to make reservations only. Dinner 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Breakfast 12 mid. to 2 a.m. Call (304) 772-5639 We are located on Rt. 3, 4 miles east of Gap Mills, watch for signs. The Dunns & the Hutchisons are wishing you a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year. SERVICES ,o, ,o Hinton, W Va. II I I I RI, 219 404 Main St. Fairies, W.Va Rainelle, W.Va. Ph.: 466-0523 Ph.: 645-6351 Ph.: 438,791 l Hrs. 8:30-5;J0 Hrs.: 7:30.5:00 Hrs.: 9:00-5:00