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Deeds Kevin D. and Nancy F. Turner to th C. Turner, 1/4 interest in tracts, Corner and White Sulphur dis- $10 Cox Turner to Mary Ellen ~er, tract, Irish Corner Dist., 'att H. and Kathleen E. Alder- to Elizabeth C. Turner, 4.91 Sulphur Dist., parent to Obie Edwin Carter to Ancil W. Mary M. Reynolds, parcels, City ~=, $29,000 James M. and Julie B. Johnson S. and Kimberly M. Kow- parcels, Fort Spring Dist., Laura L. Neal to Joseph N. and ~ena A. Howard, parcels, Lewis- rg Dist., $29,000 Michael T. and Mary Devan; rnes R. and Mary Painter; to Jo- ph N. and Athena A. Howard, two Lewisburg Dist., $4,000 John B. and Ann S. Arbuckle; A. and Louise S. Arbuckle; Bonnie Mist Car Wash, Inc., .56 Fairlea, no consideration Sheppard to Jennings and Jdrey K. Murphy, one acre, An- Creek Dist., less than $100 ereF' i nee~McClungr~ Properties, Inc., to W. in G., a West Virginia General Part- ,~ area~rship .43 acre, City of Rupert, .~ formerS0,000 pie ha,~ Robert j. and Odessa Marie ~ndchlltYant to Joe D. and Andre J. as kille~mith five acres and thirty-eight ,lee, Meadow Bluff Dist., tess than Richard C. Hair vs. Monna T. Hair Betty Jane Burns vs. Estil Luther Burns John K. Fogus vs. John M. Kinni- son Wanda J. Largen and Kyle V. Largen vs. James R. Brokenshire, III Anderson Equipment Company, a Pennsylvania Corporation vs. T & T Mining and Minerals, Inc., a West Virginia Corporation Final Divorce Decrees Juanita L. Williams vs. James Edward Williams Kimberly Kay King Rapp vs. Franklin Girard Rapp Rebecca Jean Critchley Kessler vs. Danny Lee Kessler Elizabeth Ann Hudnall vs. Jack Wayne Hudnall Cathy Jo Comerci vs. Andrew J. Danzig Shelda Jean "Ewing" Brookman vs. Jimmy Edison Brookman Dawn Paulette Smith vs. Mark Bernard Smith Betty Marie Hoylman vs. Dale Marlin Hoylman Pearl V. Whitlow vs. John W. Whitlow Linda Kristine Reese vs. Charles Edward Reese, Jr. Margaret M. Gorby vs. John N. Gorby Tammy Cornell vs. Otis Cornell Fonzie Stephen Fitzwater vs. Lois Mae Bryant Fitzwater Myrna Elizabeth Lowe vs. Scottie Ray Lowe John C. Musgrave, State Director the Farmers Home Administra- ,n, for the State of West Virginia; Charles S. and Ann A. Scott, Frankford Dist., $19,500 The First National Bank in Ron- Verte and the Flat Top National tnk of Bluefield to David A. and lula G. Carson, 13.32 acres, City Lewisburg, $35,000 Charles K. and Sharron H. chrader to Charles J. and Twila }Y Lucas, 25,967 sq. ft., Rupert icipality, $57,000 Fair of West Virginia, Inc., Fairlea Volunteer Fire Depart- Inc., .7575 acre, Fairlea, less $100 L. and Genevieve W. :lomridge to Albert W. Fury, lot, Sulphur Springs Municipality, Luther E. and Ann K. Wood to T. and Joanna L. Smith, 15.37 )urg Dist., $95,000 New Suits Filed Ann Bostic vs. Michael Bostic Jewell Burns vs. Ralph Son Burns Jill Maria Anderson vs. Marvin ndis Anderson D. Boone vs. Jane L. ~ne, Commissioner, Department of Vehicles, and G. M. Vasiliou, -~Ctor, Safety and Enforcement Sion, Department of Motor Ve- es Linda Durham, Guardian and :t of Friend of Gregory lmond, Infant and Gregory vs. The Kroger Company Renick By Jonathan Wright The Renick Town Council voted in its January 8 meeting to appoint Patrick Roberts to fill the Council vacancy left by Mike Hodges. Mr Hodges moved out of town recently. In other business, the Council voted to commend Avery Byers for doing substitute snow plowing the town's roads twice. Mr Byers did the work at no charge. Council mem- bers asked recorder Evelyn Roberts to send him a letter of thanks. The Council voted to begin item- izing the town's bills for better finan- cial record-keeping purposes. Ms Roberts, who presided over the meeting in the absence of Mayor Betty Yates, announced Jeff Feam. .ster would be doing an audit of the town's financial records February 28 at a cost of $250. The Council voted to delete ex- penses for a dog warden from the budgeL contending the services were no longer enough of a neces- sity to justify the cost. The next meeting of the Town Council will be February 5, 7 p.m., at tne Mt. Hermon United Methodist Church. To serve you better, we're proud to offer uniform hours in all four of our offices-- so our hours are even more convenient to yours! Romney Drama for the deaf Sunshine Too, an outreach pro- tance has been provided by an Arts gram sponsored by the National and Humanities Grant from the West Technical Institute for the Deaf, will Virginia Department of Culture and be performing in Romney. Sunshine History and the national Endowment Too is a professional drama com-for the Arts. pony that uses entertainment to pro- The theme of this year's program mote deaf awareness. The group is the environment. The program's also serves as a role model for inter- variety show format will include a action between deaf and hearing people. Having performed in forty-six states, Canada, Europe, and the Middle East, Sunshine Too is inter- nationally and nationally known. Founded over nine years ago the company has given thousands of performances. In its performances the company celebrates the unique- ness of each individual and the uni- versality of all people. The group presents a variety of material that can be shared by both hearing and deaf audiences. Since the school year 1983-84, series of numbers including "Louis, the Litterbug," "We Make Our World," original song and dance rou- tines, and a special adaptation of the hit movie, "Batman." The program is suited for indi- viduals of all ages and is family en- tertainment. The entire show is voiced and signed, and is easily understood by both hearing and deaf audiences. Sunshine Too will perform Mon- day, February 5, at 7 p.m. in the multipurpose room of the Junior- Senior High School for the Deaf lo- cated on East Main Street in Rom- Sunshine Too has performed on a ney. The show is open to the gen- yearly basis at the West Virginia eral public. Admission is $2 for The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, January 16, 1990 7A White Sulphur Springs A study of the recreational pro- grams and facilities offered by White Sulphur Springs was discussed at the City Council meeting January 8 at City Hall. Recorder Michael Hager, who presided over the meeting in the ab- sence of Mayor John Bowling and chairs the Parks and Recreation Committee, spoke about plans to form a study committee. City organi- zations art. being invited to desig- nate reFresentatives for the group, which will analyze the present rec- reatioral program and make recom- mendations for its growth and im- provement. The meetings will be held at vari- ous times during the next four months and will be open to the pub- lic, according to Mr Hager. Public input is welcome, he said. In other business, Council mem- ber Melissa Shortridge said busi- nesses and organizations con- cerned with the alleged unsightly appearance of the area around the intersection of Highways 92 and 60 were supporting plans to take the matter to the Greenbrier County Commission. The county has juris- diction over the area, since it is out- side city limits. "It makes a 'first impression' on people who enter our town from the east," she said. "Hopefully there will be some light at the end of the tun- nel for those people who have worked so long to get something done there." Ms Shortridge announced plans to approach the County Commission last week for help in the matter. She quoted from the State Code's House Bill 222, passed by the 1989 Legis- lature, authorizing county commis- School for the Deaf. The troupe is adults and $1 for students. Tickets sions to order the removal of debris respected by both students and staff are on sale at the School for the or building remains when deer~ed at the school. Because of the es- Deaf. Fo, additional information hazardous to health or safety or when considered unsightly. Councilman Fred Bolt, the Council voted to accept a proposal to install a new emergency-fire siren on Mil~ Hill at a cost of $6,000. The singlei phase device will replace the one located near a bed-and-breakfast establishment, whose owners have complained it disturbs their custom~. ere. It will have a ten-horsepow~ increase over that of the present si- ren, Mr Bolt said. The Council approved the recon- mendation of member Barbara Wooding of the Streets Committee for the installation of a light on Pat- terson Street. West Virginia Power will install the light, and it will cogt the City approximately $10.5B monthly, with no installation charges, she said. The Council approved on second reading an intergovernmental agree- ment with Hinton and Philippi in the formation of a tri-city power aut~h ity. The cities will investigate tli~e possibility of the installation and ~- eration of turbines at Bluestoi~;e Dam, near Hinton, for hydroelecfl~c power generation. If successful in~- stalling the equipment, the cities~lll share revenues generated from ~]~ plant's operation. .~,"~ Ms Shortridge asked the CityLtp review its municipal business~i!l- cense fees, saying some merchants have complained they are too hi g~h compared to those of other nearby communities. The Council agreed:~ the review. '~ Councilman Leo Lewis said,,a building permit has recently be~n granted to Hardee's Restaurants, which will construct a store at tl'~e southwest corner of the Battle- ground Shopping Center propert~f. The shopping center is under con- struction near the intersection of~. S. 60 and West Virginia Route 2. Contractors hope to begin constrUe- teem that the school h~s for 'thisabout the program or tickets, contact lion this month, he said. group, the West Virginia Schools for Miss Pat Shank, program coordina- Upon the recommendation of the Deaf and Blind is sponsoring ator, West Virginia School for the performance by Sunshine Too for Deaf. The telephone number is 822- the general public, in addition to the " school's support, financia! assis- 3521, extension 273 or 274. New Position Joe Darnell Pacific Financial Associates and James F. Bower announce the as- Lobby. Drive-ln. 9:00am to 2:00pm Monday-Thursday 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday-Thursday 9:00am to 2:00pm Friday 8-00am to 6:30pm Friday and 4:00pro to 6:30pro Friday Walk-Up. 2:00pm to 5:00pm Monday-Thursday 2:00pm to 4:00pm Friday The Western Greenbder office in Rainelle will continue to be open Saturday Lobby hours are 9:00am to 12:00pm, and Drive-In hours are 8:00am to 12:00pm. GREENBRIER VALLEY NATIONAL BANK AIderson Lewisburg Rainelle Rupert Member Allegheny Bankshares An Equal Housing Lender. Member FD!C. sociation of Joe Darneil as a sales[I representative. [ Mr Darnell is a native of this area[ and a graduate from Greenbrier[I East High School in 1983. [I I i IlII Beginning January 15, 1990 e, This is the largest sale of thi kind in our history.,Don't miss opportunity to save big on these Demo Units, while Rebates are still in effect. Our used car inventory is too big, we must liquidate 24 units by Jan. 31. Those not sold to our customers must go to the wholesalers. 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