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2B The Mountain Messenger, luesday, February b, 51TRLING BETTER VALUE TWIN HAICDLE WASHERLESS BATHROOM FAUCET 5 year drip free warranty Clear acrylic handles Water miser aerator Triple chome plated on all brass (060-82) i, ,,J i i i REPAIR A TOILET SINGLE CONTROL WASHERLESS BATHROOM FAUCET 5 year drip free warranty Water miser aerator Chome finLsh with acrylic handles Easy to read installation instructions (o4o-e2) PUIMB SHOP. $ TOILET TANK Flapper REPAIR KIT Ball Pits all models. Includes Anti. PS2040 PLUMD $HO| siphon valve, and durable Bull's Eye ~VY Flapper 400C DUTY PLUNGER O FLUIDMASTER, INC. 6" Force Cup ]PS2453 ii CHANGE A BATH ENAMEL TOILET BOWL SEAT Durable baked i enamel finish (510) SOFT TOUCH SlAT Tough, easy to clean kzinkle finish (573) Roy Coffman, John Garnett, Dick Brockway KWIK SEAL 'rUlS CAW..K Seals tubs. sinks, tries. Motstuze and mildew res~tant (18003) The Lewisburg Lions met in regu- lar session with president John Gar- nett presiding. Following a meat, served by Mrs Gwen Clingman, Mr Garnett introduced past district gov- ernor Richart~ (Dick) Brockway from the White Sulphur Springs Lions Club and past district governor Roy Coffman of the Lewisborg Club as speakers of the evening. Mr Brock- Rosemary Bugas Have you seen a book under the bed, in the closet or in a drawer and wondered where it came from? Look way gave a lecture concerning the activities in the different phases of the West Virginia Sight Conserva- tion Foundation. Mr Coffman gave a talk about the Leader Dog Founda- tion For the Blind, explaining the many aspects of this program. There is presently one active leader clog in this immediate area. Library. Do you know that $6,000 worth of books or approximately 400 books are lost each year due to the fact that patrons do not return them? "The Library is on a very tight budget because of cuts in funds and simply cannot afford to lose books. The Library, during the month of February, is having a heart and will not charge fines this month," accord- ing to Rosemary Bugas, president of the Friends of the Library. For the convenience of elemen- tary and junior high students, a box will be placed in their schools marked with hearts where they may return books, Ms Bugas said. "Many people have contributed in the past to the Library and this is greatly appreciated and because you gave so much, the following PLUMB SI~tP. ('-'-~-~1 inside the book and see if it belongs Greenbrier County lab]' try Fr F~ngertip adlustable ~:~,~iJLP,J ~-" I i spray Chrome Fits all ~/~ ~"~.1 standard shower arms ~.-.~:_'~='~ e, szs,2)~_ , _The Friends of the Greenbrier The next major event will be a I county Library in Lewisburg met Book Sale scheduled for February 119 January 16 at the Library Annex and 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 P.m. at the Li- approved the following actions in brary basement. "Gen" McCormack, support of the Library: Acquisition of Book Sale Committee Chairman, I a new flag and staff and purchase of has organized the sale. ,i IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO REMODEL YOUR BATH, CHECK WITH US FOR THE FOLLOWING: a dozen pairs of safety scissors for use by the "Children's Hour" group. The flag was subsequently donated by the Harley O. Staggers Jr Con- gressional Field Office and the staff was purchased, with a generous discount, from True Value Hardware Store. The scissors were discounted by Aides and the Friends give thanks to all concerned. covered a yellowed, dog-eared piece of stationery tucked in-be- tween colored plates of annuals. Unfolding it, I found a neatly dia- grammed plan for a formal flower garden in the shape of a four leaf clover. In the middle of the clover DAYS Michael Sheridan Licensed Psychologist BEDWETTING Enuresis, or bedwetting, is a fairly common phenomenon in younger chil- dren, but when it persists past the age of five or six and cannot be found to have a physical cause, it raises a number of com- plex questions for mental health clinicians. Studies indicate that children with enure- sis exhibits greater incidence during times of stress. The fact that enuresis symptoms tend to occur during the first third of the sleep cycle gives weight to the hypothesis that underlying depression may be in- volved. Two or more instances of bedwetting per month in children between the ages of five and six, or at least one incident per month for older children, is considered sig- nificant. If left untreated, children with enu- resis tend to become socially withdrawn and fearful, teaming to avoid situations in which they might become embarrassed. Fortunately, a number of medical and psychological interventions exist to ad- dress this problem. It is important to seek appropriate c!in~cal assistance, Call me. Iql g~ve you more information. Brought to you as a community service oy... PSYCHOLOGICAL RESOURCES Confidential, professional Private Mental Health Practice Beckley 253-1836 Lewisburg 645-7455 We Bill Insurance 1-800-274-CALM services are still available: Micro- used many of the botanical names fiche, computers, typewriters, pro- like Aquilegia instead of Columbine jector and slides, records, meeting or Dianthus instead of Pinks. And room, bestsellers and last but not while she obviously hadn't made up least a roaring fire on a cold day," her mind about the bird bath and Ms Bugas said. tree, it wasn't because she was The next reguiar Friends meeting will be on February 20 at the Library Annex at 1:30 p.m. Mr Bill Tuckwiller will be guest speaker, His subject. will be on how to conduct a Classic Book discussion group. Anyone interested in becoming a member or guest of the Lewisburg Library Friends is welcome. Leslie Recently I found an old garden- stead of the yard of a ing book that belonged to my grand- ernment employee arrd his mother stuck to the back of a shelf. I For me the interestingI hadn't looked at it in years. This the garden plan is that the time, leafing through its pages, I dis- and labels of the drawing was a space marked "Bird Bath or Dogwood." Two grass paths criss- crossed through the center of the clover. Grandmother had used ei- ther a compass or a saucer to make her circles perfectly round, and she had carefully printed numbers along the paths and beds to indicate the locations of plants. A corresponding chart at the bottom of the page matched the flower to the number. I spread it out on the dining room table under a good light, and deter- mined to get to know my grand- mother better. Gardens always tell you as much about the gardener as the plants. I welcomed this opportu- nity to come at my grandmother from an adult point of view. As a girl I had chased butterflies around her purple iris and helped my grandfa- ther pick worms off her tomatos be- fore she discovered them. We both tried to head off the inevitable hys- teria that occurred when Grand- mother saw worms on he[ prize Big Boys. She would stomp her feet and pull her hair. Studying her plan for a flower bed that never materialized, I could see she tended toward perfection- ism. The plan was perfectly symmet- ricai, nothing left to chance. She wishy-washy. I have the feeling she wanted to wait until the flowers were more than a dream on white paper in order to see which was best. This diagram looked grand enough to be- long at a governor's mansion in- By Charles O. 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Washington Street Monday thru Saturday ewis urg, w.va 645"6348 8 am to 5 pm grandmother's chart at the bottom has pleted in the less sure of my grandfather. He talize everything. I like the two of them, chairs side by side at the working on this together. My grandparents gardening team. She planned, planted, and dug, composted, weeded. Lest you think roy ther got the dirty end of me say right up front that t] it that way. He would watCh window as she picked her quets. It made him ,py out there picking the helped to grow. He loved most as much as she did, the house. "Lillian, look at it must be eight inches would glow in response, plexion as pretty as the As soon as he got evening from work, he the house to change which he kept in the They smelled just like the came the dark suit and tie. his smile. He liked nothi than working in the hour or so, Grandmother him into a dinner name. The sit-down -- vegetables, salad, ho~ bread, and dessert -- dinner we are no longer eat. Grandmother took pride in her three inch she did in her best-of-shoW Someday I'm going tel this garden for them both. ing diagram of phlox, of five), peonies (red and pines, veronica, and re spread rapidly). Someday ~o have to guess about use the bird bath or the But rll just wait and see suit it better. business groups thro~ State in an effort to nesses understand the As part of this effort, partment developed a to make voluntary the sales and use tax to make non-compliance Part of this strate( eration Quick Strike cific groups of dited for compliance changes. When Quick discover areas of the Tax Department ers in the same type ofI explain the issues and to examine their ':self assessment" tax are not in compliance Operation Self Assess~~ for the Department to groups of businesses, issues and give bu: chance to voluntarily who choose not to penalties of up to 50 per| tax they fail to pay. Another aspect of plan is called For too long honest have carried the tax ers have ignored Operation Fairshare will bers of the business other concerned citizens ! the Department of Tax persons who they complying with the law, tion with "Fairshare," ance Division is eration called "Border Department has over two thousand nesses that we sus business in West Vii not paying our taxes. working with other agencies, county and rices, and business tify persons who with our tax laws. These increased enforcement efforts ensure that honest taxpayers compete oe playing field" with all nesses. West Virginians! less. WHAT YOU DO IS TO US (AND MESSENGER YOUR NEWS 122 North Court Lewisburg,