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2A The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, February 13, 1990 Chris and Sharon Booth Rent To Own At 645-STAR ee e e e eoeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeee eeeeeee ee e FEBRUARY SPECIALS " . RENT FOR ONE WEEK GET THE SECOND WEEK FREE e eeeeeIoooeoloeeeleoeoeeeoeoe VCRs-TVs-STEREOs A ppuANCEs-FURNITU E NO Down Payment NO Credi! Check Order By Phone 50% Casn uyout Same Day Delivery Service Included . . Brand Name Products No Long Term Obhgahons Star ]IV Open Refitals Mon,-Thurs 10-7 Next to 158 Seneca Trail Friday 10-8 Gadd's IGA Fairlea, WV Saturday 9-6 . . .. ...... ..~ " Minimum 2 week Rental t)~-[UZi" ~, Chris Booth has not finished medical school yet, but he has al- ready hung out his shingle---and he's making plenty of "dough." The New Martinsville native en- tered the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) in Lewisburg in 1987. He is taking an extended break from classe.s, how- ever, to open a new pizza restaurant and delivery service in Fairlea. It oc- cupies a small building at the north- ern end of the one-way portion of U. S. 219 in a shopping area soon to be named "Quarry Road Village." He has no intentions of leaving the Gree,~bder Valley, either. Mr Booth says he plans to res- ume his medical studies after he spends a bit more time "getting the shop on its feet." Mr Booth, 2~, has been in the pizza business since he was 13. At that time he began working at a pizza restaurant in Pittsburgh, the same erie he now gets his fresh dough from twice a week by delivery truck. He also uses the pizza recipe from the same restaurant, whose identity he chooses not to make public. "That recipe has been used there since 1957," he says. "When i moved here in 1987 and began trying the pizza offered around here, I found it was not quite what I was used to," he said. "It took a while, but things worked out to al- low me to open my own shop here. The response has been excellent. We're offering the most inexpensive pizza around--we purposely made it that way, and folks are really im- Choral Festival East, West, Covington, and Alleghany high schools, sponsored by East. Saturday, February 17, 7:30 p.m. at the East gymnasium, 150 voices, guest conductor. Free admission. Donations accepted. NAACP Celebrates Black History Month February 19 at 7 p.m. at the regular monthly meeting at John Wesley United Methodist Church. Please attend and support this special pro- gram. Greenbrier West High School Athletic Boosters Turkey Dinner, Sunday February 18, from noon until 4 p.m. served in the school cafeteria. There is a charge of $5 for adults and $2.50 for children under 12. Please attend and support your local school. Saint Charles Borromeo Wednesday, February 14 and Saturday, February 17, 8:20 a.m. rosary recitation, White Sulphur Springs, after 8 a.m. Mass. Good Grief Thursday, February 15, 7 p.m., a support group for those suffering grief from divorce, loss, separation, or death of a loved one, at Luke Hall of Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. Eastern Greenbrier Midget Football League Meeting February 13, 7:30 p.m., Greenbrier County Conference Room in Courthouse Lewisburg. Election of officers and decisions on rules and regulations for coming year. The public is welcome. First Baptist Chmrch, White Sulphur Springs 10 Church Street, Sunday, February 18, the Mass Choir will have a concert in observance of Black History Month and to celebrate the choir's Second Anniversary Services. I , Metal-Wlz2P Utlllty Snips The home craftsman's cutting tool for many useL (2~) (M~.~ IIII V=u,;m l,,ne, Top ml UprOOt Bag. 'W'. 3-1 . =4o (, 000 Spirit" Canister Bag. Style "K". 3-pk. ~1~ (4o~oo~K) ,, DtrnenCo ' Cani=er Bag. Style "M . 3-pk. i~m) (4meo~nd) k Kn 3-1n. clip blad 44n. 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Directions to houses Dr Dough's "house calls" are ob- times a challenge, the viously the lifeline of the business. Mr Booth does not name a particular prietor says. "A while someone order a pizza delivery-area boundaries, mention- ing that one satisfied customer is of- 'Do you know where is?' Naturally, we had t(; ten worth the extra distance which more specific directions." may be involved in getting a pizza to Although much of his him. "If you live in White Sulphur valved in manaoerial ( Springs, for instance, and we're not the establishment, Mr too awfully busy, we'll deliver you his greatest enjoyment one there. We realize once you try doing the work his em one, we have you." "Making the pizzas is the A thorough familiarity with the Greenbrier Valley area is important to Mr Booth in hiring delivery people. "It's easy to find someone who is familiar with Lewisburg, for instance, or Ronceverte, but it's not as simple to get a person who is familiar with both." for me," he says. "1 also kick out of delivering the and seeing the looks on people's faces ~ get their pizzas. They will 'Wow! Look at all that's that." e Deeds Mickey W. and Sherri A Thompson to Farmers Home Administration, 507 acre, Frankford Dist., conveyance to the United States of America, Farmers Home Administration, without any surety Hariet E. Simms to Ralph E. Simms, 2 1/16 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., less than $100 Steven L and Melinda M. Dlehl to Steven L. and Melinda M. Diehl, .634 acre, Fort Spring Dist., straw deed Mae Samms; Evelyn Redmon; Patsy and Carl Howard; to Alphella Bennett, tract, Meadow Bluff Dist., $1,500 Ruth Cox Turner to Robert and Linda Thompson, 8.454 acres, Irish Corner Dist., $41,524 Timothy W and Teresa Ellen Queen to James L. and Mary M. Keener, lots, Town of Quinwood, $3,000 Lincoln Lee and Betty Smith to Betty Smith, 39.93 acres, Blue Sulphur Dist., husband to wife Elbert Lawson Van Buren to Myra Joan "Van Buren, 52 acre, Irish Corner Dist., husband to wife Opal M Jones to Earl H and Elsie Braun and Lee E Braun, tot, Lewisburg Municipality, $62,500 Ronald L. and Drema K Cyrus to Timothy S. and Cindy L. Adkins, .96 acre, City of Lewisburg, $32,500 Fred and Lula E. Bennett to Robert D. and Ruth Ann Forbes, parcels. Town of Rupert, $12,000 Richard Lee Surgeon to Rhonda S Short, tract, Blue Sulphur Dist., $10 H H. and Ruth Wynck to Laird and Tammy Lee Cales McMillion, 1.301 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., $500 Louise B. Oberlin to Rainelle Real Estate, Inc., one acre and 22 poles, Meadow Bluff Dist., $7,500 Ann W. and Charles S. Scott to Ronda K. and William L. Edmond II, 9,450 sq ft, Lewisburg Municipality, $42,000 Linda Sue White to George L. and Mildred M Bennett, lot, Town of White Sulphur Springs, $12,100 Diane Curry to Lester C. and Juanita A. Toney, ..294 acre, City of White Sulphur Springs, $34,000 Roy D Wooster, Jr, to Stanley Leist, tract, Lewisburg Municipality, $50,000 Wilma J and Guy Ray to Ralph N and Helen M. Holden, parcel, Anthony's Creek Dist., $14,500 Thomas J. McMillion to Thomas J. and Roger McMillion, tot, Anthony's Creek Dist., $100 Jerry L. and Kathy L. Gore to W. R, Bowling, Jr., .702 acre, White Sulphur Dist., $110 Darrell and Charlotte Baker to Rich- ard E. Ford, 6 acres and 120 pales, Fort Spring Dist., conduit of title arrangement Richard E. and Sally A Ford to Dar- rell Baker, 6 acres and 120 poles, Fort Spnng Dist., conduit of title arrangement Curtis H. and Loreida Guyer to Sharon McCutcheon, lot, Village of Charmco, parent to child Curtis H. and Loreida G~ Sharon McCutcheon, lot, Charmco, parent to child trvin G Steiding, Jack M and Hurley R Shortt Appalachian District Council of semblies el God) to Trustees o| ing Waters M~ssion Meadow Bluff Dist, charitable tion to charitable orqanization Edna C. Gilpin to Administration, lot, Lewisburg ity, conveyance to the America, Margaret F and Charles Bertha E Yates, parcel, child to parent New Suits Filed Bank at White Sulphur West Virginia Banking David L Dolin (Sr) Anderson's Well Drilling and Service vs. David Long Anlo Well Drilling and Pump vs. David Long Susan L Legg vs Rickie Nesta S. Morgan vs Michael gan Terry Winson Lusher, Jr, vs. Marie Pollard Lusher United Surgical Steel, a Charlotte Sweeney Primerica Bank vs. William Nancy K Zimmerman vs ward Zimmerman Dwight Alien Wells vs Wells Julle Ann Hunter vs W. H. Municipal Judge, City of Rai~ The Municipality of Rainelle, County, West Virginia Stephanle Lynn Loudermilk vS Allen Loudermilk Joseph Clyde Haynes vs. Jumalon Haynes Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley Lindsay Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley Jones and Virginia Jones Final Divorce De Dalice Jean Kayaloff vs. Kayaloff Arthur Lee Shires vs. Shires Beverly W Whitt vs Robertl~ Whitt Bradley Paul Pitsenbarger Ann Taylor Pitsenbarger Jane Miller vs. Preston Teresa Ellen Nelson vs. Nelson Mary C. Stewart vs. Lewis G." 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