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! Bland (front row, left), Curtis Mender, Elmer Honaker. Back row: Sonny Bennett, Richard Morgan, Bruce Ramsey. row: Tom Oney, Elmer Honaker, Robert Vance. Back row: Chris Richard Walker, Gary Lemons, Sonny Bennett, Chris Teubert, Bill Ott. teer Fire qad 0 fer 4flea and! ,landiL , ,,~e Fa~rlea Volunteer Fire De- OW. , Jent held its annual Christmas co O~uet at the Ranch Room nem~ho . use at Greenbrier Valley "m urert D , ecember 12 Guests in- nere. Mr =P and Mrs Ed Rock Mr and lly a ob [~ Mick, Mr and Mrs Ed ere.~ston Kay Hardesty Sally dl the.. ' . and Norma Ramsey. ., .Je Departments represented isn vled . th" Lewisburg VFD, Chief Joe g f~; Lewisburg VFD Captain ot o S !1~ Immons; Ronceverte VFD )t In l~reddie Hodges . in h~e Fairlea VFD would hke to ex- ' an ,~armest thanks to the Fairlea )ants Association and every- ick t~ ~Vhe heloed either in donating 7::'line and/or money. They would ~K~ 1' to thank the Fairlea VFD f ,,.~nettes "Without their help we Ue~have h'ad to work a lot harder , fpnger to make the achieve- ~::itrlwe made with them in 1989. 'pok forward to working with ive~tn 1990," Bill Burns, publicity '~, "!~r Said. Line officers were an- D T nurt, e.J r u at the banquet: Gary ler T~ Ch ri~'= ief Bruce Ramsey Assis- ;,e rvi~hief; Bill Ott, Lieutenant; Curtis Kmg~r,. Lieutenant; Richard Mor- anE:a t ,,. -]" P ain; Elmer Honaker, Cap- race'Corporate officers included -=ar~;lent Tom Oney Vice President ite ,.'~rd Walker, Treasurer Bill Ott, ~9 Officer Chris White Train- ~afer~icer ~' Sonny Bennett, Publicity as ~Urns Maintenance Officer rldg~ Vance and Gary Lemons, na~e Fireman of the Year Award :emt~resen~'ed to John Boggess. ~fficei With -I the plaque presentation, ene!~ggess also received a blue hwa~Lacket with the Maltese Cross rura=iairlea VFD embossed on it. phre~.e Fairlea Fire Department tmase like -y to express a special hs ~You to Deter and Betty Steele, on ~s of the Ranch Room. "These : h,PPecial people paid for fifty of or t ~eals themselves. Again, thank :l--a~r all of your help " Mr Burns MrS. ." - -' Fairlea Fireman of the Year: John Boggess Help Wanted! The -Mountain Messenger "encourages employment for all area citizens. Please check our Classified section for em- ployment opportunities. THE ' - RET.,MI, - W]BOI,ZSAIJE - CA~G - Wishes You Peace & Happiness in the New Year McCoy STANLEY Or color wash to change plexion tone. ,,**o** shaped falls just a sagging ouJt with our expert stylists The Person:l'H:ircut Analyst I 241 DAYS Micl3ael Sheridan Licensed Psychologist ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS Lately there has been a lot written about adult children of alcoholics (ACOA'S), as welt as about other people who were raised in dysfunc- tional families, Since my father was an alcoholic, I have followed these developments with a great deal of interesl. The basic ideal is this: Children in dysfunc- tiom~l families learn ways of coping which work within the family's dysfunctional social system. However, as an adult living in more "normaY situ- ation% the patterns of coping behavior which we learned as children no longer work properly, and in fat1 can cause us significant difficulty. Fre- quently, we make unwise choices when forming adult relationships. It is often said that adult chil- dren of alcoholics don't know what normat is. How could we? Being an adult child of an alcoholic isn't all bad, however. Together with the dysfunctional patterns of thinking and acting, we have often learned other patterns which society values: Things like selt-raliance, sensitivity to others' feel- ings, and being able to keep a cool head in a CriSIS. You can find a number of good books written for adult children of alcoholics in any library or bookstore. Alcoholics Anonymous offers AI Anon groups specifically for adult childr'~n of alcoholics getting you into situations you don't like, you should really consider the help of a professional counselor. Catt me. rll give you mort inf.3~matlon. Brought to you usa community service by... --'-] PSYCHOLOGICAL RESOURCES Confidential, professional Private Mental Health Practice Beckley 253-1836 Lewisburg 645.7455 We Bill Insurance 1-800-274~CALM Spa City U.S. U.S. Senators Robert C. Byrd and Jay Rockefeller, announced December 20 the approval by the Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) of loans and grants totaling over $3 million to seven West Vir- ginia communities for improvements to community buildings, water sys- tems and fire protection services. The awards include a $400,000 loan to White Sulphur Springs to purchase and renovate an existing structure for use as a city building. "-WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS~ TO US ( AND ABOUT 50,000 OTHER FOL KS.) CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 647-5724 122 North Court Street Lewisburg, 24901 More Money For East Band Dale Napier, grocery manager at Crawford's Food Center in Fairlea, presented Shirley Hick's, Treasurer of Greenbrier East Music Boosters a check in the amount of $821. The check resulted from cash register tape collections for the East High School Band Orange FAIRLEA, W.VA. Seneca Optician Army Recruiting Bonanza Tasso Butler, Jr., Optometrist Cato Heck's House Of Cards John W. Eye Co. Furnitureland Lemon Tree Burger King Pure & Simple Seneca Showcase * Shoe Show . Sidney's * Stylect Stone & Thomas Zaps Arcade Z & L Jewelers. The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, January 2, 1990 3A .ec Deeds Patricia Sue Morgan to Howard Jack Wykle, parcels, Frankford Dist., $10 Anderson's Paving, Inc., to Mountain Enterprises, Inc., tract, Lewisburg Dist., $10,000 Anderson's Paving, Inc., to Mountain Enterprises, Inc., 12.14 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., $35,000 Anderson's Paving, Inc., to Mountain Enterprises, Inc., lots, Meadow Bluff Dist., $35,000 R. H and Emma Hunt Bowman to Town of Rainelle, 1.46 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., gift to a municipal corporation Coye and Mary Hurd; Hollis E. Hurd; James D. and Georgia Hurd; Beatrice Hurd Fadness; to Roger P. Blake, Jr., lots, City of Ronceverte, $16,500 Victor J. and Marilyn A. Riley to Al- bert Scwabe II, parcel, White Sulphur Dist., $84,000 Ariles R. and Brenda Zimmerman to Danny W. and Kathy D Armstrong, tract, Lewisburg Dist., $19,540 Ann P. and Kyle F. Fort; Orville and Sandra Sums to Fort-Sums Co., 46.23 acres, Fort Spring Dist., $39,635 Orville and Sandra Sums to Fort- Sums Co., Inc., 6.4 acres, City of Lewis- burg, $18,000 David E and Grace Anne Tuckwiller to Fort-Sums Co., Inc., tracts, Frankford Dist., $55,000 Leo V. and Marsha Wickline Fogus to Robert J. and Dianne E. Linkous, tract, Town of White Sulphur Springs, $8,000 Janet L. and Robert M. Frasher to Ream Interests, Inc., lots, Lewisburg Municipality, $40,000 Larry and Millie Boothe to Dinah McCoy and Jimmy Allen, 2.468 acres, Frankford Dist., $9,000 Madeline Callison to Paul T. Callison, parcels, Blue Sulphur Dist., parent to child Sandra Kim Burton and Kimberty K. Banton to Elbert E. and Theresa D. Bon- ner, parcel, Frankford Dist., no consid- eration " Lawson W. and Jeanne G. 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