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HE YANCEY JOURNAL SEPTEMBER 23, 1976
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Bishop Os Episcopal Diocese
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Weinhauer Visit Slated
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The Rt. Rev. William G.
Weinhauer, Bishop of the
Episcopal Diocese of Western
North Carolina, will make his
first visit to the Episcopal
Mission in Yancey County this
Sunday, September 26 at 4
p.m. The Mission is located at
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic
Church in Burnsville.
The Mission was begun
last year in an effort to serve
ajl people who preferred its
liturgy, particularly summer
visitors travelling away from
their home churches. It
continues this year with the
same purpose and has the
possibility of continuing
throughout the year.
Bp. Weinhauer will Gome
to the Mitchell-Yancey area
" I£rectly~ fixmi Minneapolis,
Minn., where the Episcopal
Church is currently holding its
65th General Convention
(which normally meets every
three years). He will report on
the most important and most
- interesting issues of that
convention, some of which,
such as the ordination of
less is
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ners. Else,/ they would
collapse. /
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comesa matter of simply
holding on. Recuperation
is said to take a month ...
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women and changes to the
Book of Common Prayer, have
been sources of deep contro
versy, even threatening divi
sion within the church.
He will also preach and
celebrate the Holy Com
munion at the 4 p.m. worship
service. All persons interes
ted in meeting or hearing the
Bishop are most cordially
invited to attend.
The Bishop and his wife
Jean will be honored earlier in
the day at a covered dish
dinner at 12:30 p.m. at Trinity
Church, Spruce Pine, which is
the church sponsoring the
Yancey County Mission.
Those who would like to speak
with the Bishop in a more
informal setting are most
welcome to attend the dinner. •
Celebrates
Tenth
Birthday
Samuel James Edwards
celebrated his 10th birthday
on the 19th of September. He
is a sth grade student at Bald
Creek School, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Solen Edwards of
Burnsville, Route 4. His
grandparents are Mrs. Mary
W. Silvers and Mrs. Lennie
W. Edwards of Route 4,
Burnsville.
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Bp. Weinhauer is one of
the Episcopal Church’s lead
ers in ecumenical relations
with both Catholic and Pro
testant Churched?'He serves
on the Episcopal Church’s
Joint Commission on Ecu
menical Relations, chairing its
committee on dialogue with
all Lutheran Churches. With
The Most Rev. Michael J.
Begley, Bishop of the Roman
Catholic Diocese of Charlotte,
he has co-sponsored discus
sions and projects involving
members of both Dioceses.
A combat veteran of the
U.S. Navy in the Pacific
during World War 11, William
Weinhauer returned to study
at Trinity College in Hartford,
Conn., which awarded him a
BS degree in 1948. He then
went to General Theological
Seminary in New York City,
earning its STB degree in
1951, its STM in 1956, and its
ThD degree in 1970. He was
ordered Deacon in March
1951 and ordained Priest in
October of that same year.
He has served several
churches in the New York City
area and has been chaplain to
students at three colleges.
During 1956-60 he was
Professor of New Testament
at St. Andrew’s Theological
Seminary in the Philippines
and was chaplain to American
military personnel stationed
there. He returned to General
Seminary in 1961 as an
Instructor in New Testament
Studies and was appointed
Professor in 1964. His reviews
and articles have been pub
lished by several theological
Birth
Announced
Born to Sps and Mrs,
Kenneth Hicks a son, Bradlej
Lewis on August 20 at
Anchorage, Alaska.
iS serving with the Army and
is stationed at Ft. Richardson;,
Alaska.
journals.
In 1973 the people of the
Diocese of Western North
Carolina elected him as
Bishop Coadjutor (with right
of succession). When he took
office he remarked that
although he had been a “city
boy” for most of his life, he
felt as though he was at last
‘‘coming home” by coming to
the mountains of North
Carolina. He became the
fourth Bishop of this Diocese
upon the death of the Rt. Rev.
M. George Henry in March
1975.
Bp. Weinhauer’s local
assistant) or Priest-in-charge,
of the Yancey County Episco
pal Mission is the Rev.
Richard Morgan, V, who is
also Vicar of Trinity Church,
Spruce Pine, and the Church
of the Resurrection, Little
Switzerland.
Celebrates
Second
Birthday
Tabatha Dawn Edwards
celebrated her 2nd birthday
on the 23rd of September. She
is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas W. Edwards of
Marion, N.C. Her grandpar
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Lee Hensley of Burnsville and
Mr. and Mrs. Solen Edwards
of Route 4, Burnsville.
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Vows Are Spoken
Miss Diana Marie Troup
became the bride of Mr.
Ronnie Gene Robinson at 3
p.m. Sunday, September 12,
1976, at Zion Baptist Church
in Green Mountain. Junior
Honeycutt, pastor of the
church, performed the cere
mony.
The bride, given in mar
riage by her father, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Troup and is a 1976
graduate of Cane River High
School.
The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Robinson, is a 1971 graduate
of Cane River High School,
and is employed by the
Burnsville American Service
Station and Fuel Oil.
Miss Linda Hilemon was
the bride’s maid of honor. Mr.
Johnny Robinson served as
his brother’s best man.
Miss Anita Troup, sister of
the bride, and Mrs. Karen
Robinson, sister-in-law to the
groom served at the reception
which followed the ceremony
and was held at the home of
the bride’s parents.
The couple will live in
Burnsville.
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Jennifer Morrison
Celebrates
With Party
Jennifer Leigh Morrison,
daughter of Arthur and Jean
Morrison, celebrated her 2nd
birthday August 25 with a
party attended by her friends.
Her grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford A. Sigmon of
Conover, N.C. and Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Morrison of
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Engaged -i-
Mr. and Mrs. Jason
Hughes of Burnsville an- ,
nounce the engagement of
their daughter Linda Kay to
Emory T. Punch of Spruce
Pine.
The bridegroom elect is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
E. Punch of Hickory.
Both the bride-elect and
the bridegroom-elect work for
the Lady Wrangler Division of
Blue Bell Manufacturing Co.
in Micaville.
The bride-elect attended
East Yancey High School. The
bridegroom-elect attended
North Carolina State Univer
sity and has done post
graduate work at the Institute
of Textile Technology and
Clemson University.
An October 2 wedding is
planned at Steals Creek
Baptist Church in Burnsville.
97 Offer
‘Gift
Os Life’
Ninety seven people came
to the Bloodmobile to donate
their blood during its visit to
Burnsville on September 13.
If all of them had been
allowed to donate, the goal of
100 pints for this visit would
have almost been reached.
Eleven of the 97 were
rejected, however, for various
reasons and so the total
number of pints of blood
received was eighty six.
Nineteen of the 86 were
first time donors, but one of
the 86, Mrs. Genevee Layell,
became a Gallon Donor this
time.
The Bloodmobile was
operated at, the First Baptist
Church with volunteers serv
ing in the Canteen coming
from the Sacred Heart Catho
lic Women’s Guild.
Nurses in attendance dur
ing this bloodmobile visit to
Yancey County were Mrs.
Jewell McDonald, RN, Mrs.
Marv PM Mce
wary Melton, KN, Mrs.
Nancy Shaw, RN, and Mrs.
Hugh Houghs LPN. The
Health Occupation Class of
Heritage High School volun
teered their services under
the supervision of Mrs. Nancy
Shaw. H.O. student volun?
teers included Susie Byr<f,
Donna Whitson, Karen Hoov
er, Evelyn Boone, Carpi
Lewis, Janet Elkins, Janice
Wilson, Stephanie Allen,
Maude Ledford, Betty Hile
mon, Anita Ayers, Weda
Stevens.
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