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January 9, 1990     Mountain Messenger
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! d in Ha Priscilla Maren tere right age for a pet? lther writes: "My wife wants to ~d in joiAr son a puppy. He is on;y five GrpId and I keep telli,'lg her that Lstern nd the t~ young for the resoonsibility. lch Thu~n't listen to me, but si~e is a /'s in Le~. reader of your column and I he would value your opinion. you please advise us? (I agree with me!)" front of the m~rror so that you both catch glimpses of yourselves as you dance. Something to make with your child A personalized calendar -- You need a small calendar of the coming year, a large piece of cardboard or a puppy is a big responsi- stiff paper, a few popular maga- ~omeone must feed it, groom zines, paste or glue, and someone neet nev~.train it, and take it for walks in mind for whom to make the calen- tcquaint it on !~ , the puppy must be dar. our area.ito be socially acceptable if it First let your child paste the small sled in b~ OWners are to live together calendar on the large card. Then sit Club or!. A five-year-o d ch d s mply down with your child to look through ore info~ all ol this. Therefore, to give the magazines. The object is to en- Barfield~ to your young son wot'ld be courage your child to find pictures of nas at 0~ke, in my opinion, things that the child thinks would it 645-37{ever please the particular person you if your wife would enjoy pare of a puppy and woulcl have in mind. For example -- sup- ~l~teach your son to help her, pose that the calendar is intended S V~nother story. A family dog for Grandpa-- you can discuss with !a joy to everyone and well your child the kinds of i,~ings , follow~e trouble if it is properly at- Grandpa likes. Perhaps he r,as a 514). Thi to and well-trained. See pet dog, spends evenings re:inish- (319) I~ur wife thinks of this idea. ing furniture, loves to eat ice :;ream, nch (289 later time, perhaps when goes fishing on weekends. .=d sparr~n is about twelve years old, After discussing these things, &merica~td consider offering him a your child may notice and se!,~=t pic- i sparrovVhis own. By then he should tures relating to some of th,m (as ed Spar~ to understand what owner- well as picking out things you would [ Canada~ dog entails and to decide if never have even thought of). If your Cardin~s to take on that responsibil- child is too young to cut with scis- top ten! sors, you can cut the pictures out. Then let your child paste them on vers we~ing fun to do together the big card, all around the calen- Iler an~U havea full-length mirror in dar. Scott E~se, try standing in front of it This makes a fine gift and is a ler andpur child, making faces and good way to encourage a child to Jlphur ~. Postures imitating each give thougi',tful consideration to an- Gary W~lso try dancing together in other person. "ld Charti Springfi.~ Bill Mcl ' Saints Paternal Grandmother, Mrs Bernice Myers (left) of Weston, Mr and Mrs Robert Stalnaker, Baby Lindsey Brooke Stalnaker, and Maternal Grandmother, Mrs G. E. Arnold, also of Weston. Parents: Mr and Mrs Robert Kroger store in White Sulphur Stalnaker of Teaberry Road, Lewis- Springs. burg, were the parents of the first Local merchants donated gifts for baby born at Humana Hospital, the first baby and Radio Station Fairlea, in 1990. Their first child, WReN sponsored the event. Lindsey Brooke was born January 1, The Stalnaker Family and WReN at. 1 a.m. Lindsey weighed 7 pounds wish to thank all who contributed 12 ounces and was 19-1/2 inches gifts. long. Her father is manager of the ! I ne mount~.n messenger, Tuesday, January 9, 1990 3B Mr and Mrs Mike Wyat~ of Lewis- burg announce the birth of their daughter Susan Lynn at 1:19 p.m. December 7. 1989 at Humana Hos- pital Greenbrier Valley. She weighed 8 pounds 13 ounces and was 20 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Alvin Porterfield of Lewis- burg. Paterna grandparents are Mr and Mrs Bob Wyatt of Williamsburg. Her maternal great grandparents are Mrs A. B. Shiflet of Union, the late Rev. A. B. Shiflet and the late Mr and Mrs William P. Porterfield of Gap Mills. Her paternal great grand- parents are the late Reverend and Mrs Calvin Lewis of Friars Hill ano the late Lena Wyatt of Williamsburg. Susie has a 3 year old brother, Robbie. "SWEET POTATO YUMMY" 3 cups'Mashed Potatoes 1/2 cups Sugar 2 Eggs ltsp, Vanilla 1 stick Butter "Topping" 1 cup light brown Sugar 1/3 cup Flour 1/3 cup butter 1 cup nuts Bake at 350o for 30 minutes. By Anna Taylor Union Send your favorite recipe to Mountain Messenger 647-5724 122 N. Court St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 1' O [ Big Little Ford Dealer'; )LKS]Helen w. Searle nth centu Eastern Emperor. He was arrested 772-3082 772-37 4 and detained by Ebroin, the mayor I".. o==y ~., c~ v,.,,, [~d =, M.,,~. c~=,,~, s,, rh, s=l ..... o/ro,,ch~,: IER early in the seve Africa ~' of Neustria. Theodore was permitted -" s.,w~m, uy .......... ~7=.~20,1.~.~,5o2s i was a native of n' i his to travel on alone. When Adrian fi- Sa~,=dP=,.~,p,,,=.,.,~,,,.f~=Sto~2o, S,,t. j=,=.,~,,~ ................. ~Z-~o,7~.~0SZ b not much is know o ' nally reached Canterbury, Arch-Coordinating West Virginia's projects for priority federal funding] ihe was well educated as he bishop Theodore named him Abbott was the purpose of this recent meeting hosted by Governor Gastont :BI I II ' ~d to Italy and became Abbott to the monastery of Saints Peter Caperton with the state's congressional delegation. Special attentionl '~ ~Onastery at Monte Casseino and Paul. has been given to matching grants for construction of the Appala-I II A ~'~ql~l~-'~ll~l'~'lr~lr/'~ll~'r | ~11 town in the south central During this period of history and chian Highways Corridor system. Seated clockwise from Governor~ B ~ ,r...Nl~~l~ I ~ins. When the post of Arch- for many hundreds of years later, Caperton are U.S. Senators Robert Byrd and John D. Rockefeller IV| ~ ~1~ of Canterbury in England be-monasteries were known as the and Congressmen Nick Rahall, Alan Mollohan, Bob Wise and Harley| ~ The | i Vacant Pope Vitanian asked learning centers of the area. Be- Staggers. l == ~rned and courageous man to sides teaching Scripture, the works -- - -- = _ _ J | Lewisburg Merchants Association | ~and instruct this new nation, of the Fathers of the Church, Greek i ~ il Meeting Will Be ! ~)eling worthy of such a posi- and Latin, in all of which Adrian was ~drian recommended Thee- a scholar, subjects such as poetry,~ I l I | Thursday, January 1 Zth | '~ bf Tarsus Vitalian agreed to astronomy and calendar calculations ~l~~'~PPintment but insisted that were also taught. ! J l 7:15 AM ! L~" ~ serVe, r, as his assistant and Under Adrian's direction, the II II At The Fort Savannah Restaurant. ~.~iOOsing monastery of Saints Peter and Paul I il to travel up through It- reached wide-spread fame attracting ~ ! II ! /jcrss France and on to Eng- students from all parts of what we /;Ithe two priests began their now know as Europe. Saint Adrian / ] I! ! Bpy in 668 While traveling died in 710 and is remembered on U~AlIMembers And Guests TO Attend. I ~h France" Adrian was sus- the day of his death, his feast day, / of being an agent of the January 9. / k I ] I :~: i ,p in IB J mm LL through Jan. 17 hop for these Specials! (new additions in dresses & lingerie) BELTS ................................................................. $5,$10-$15 JACKETS .......................................................................... $35 A loved one in need of oxygen in the middle of the night is a very serious and alarming matter. We know that we're Green- brier Respiratory Care Services and we are on call 24 hours a day for our oxygen patients that we serve. ! The next time you consider home health care equipment or wish a confidential consultation regarding this area, please call upon us. "We're the people that care about the people you love!" And we show it everyday.. .and every night. "PEOPLE THAT CARE ABOUT THE PEOPLE YOU LOVE!" Wish to extend sincere our Lto area churches, Kroger and is Bestway in White Sulphur g s, and also Aides Discount "Ornerstone Christian Book- Fairlea for their help in mak- s Years Christmas party at An- al Center a suc- everything. Nellie McClintic and Lois Cox Judy May YOU DO IS NEWS , TO US (AND ABOUT 50,000 WITH YOUR NEWS 647-5724 Take out a to the State: $14.00 anty lOUt-of-State: 15.00 810.50 (9 months! i l'00 RATES SENIOR CITIZENS Messenger N. 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