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Deeds M Pitsenbarger to Donald L. Smith, 6462 sq. ft., Meadow Margaret Goldsmith to Tho- parcel, White Sulphur son aret Goldsmith tu Fred parcel, White Sulphur Dist., I. Ford; Ethel G. and Stanley L. G. and Carson Richards; to and Louise Kelley Graybeal, Springs Dist., no considera- Gertrude Rhodes to Charles Lynn Rhodes, parcel, Blue to child Martin to Edward W. and Lewisburg Municipal- and charles Smith to Low- acre, Lewisburg Munici- to the First National tract, Town of Larry F. and Trena M. Nutter to Larry F. and Trena M Nutter, .95 acres, Town of Quinwood, $10 Larry F. and Trena Nutter to Larry F. and Trena Nutter, 1.005 acres, Village of Quinwood, $10 Jerry Lee Feury to West Virginia State Soil Conservation Committee, 1.2 acres, White Sulphur Dist., $29,650 Florian and Margaret Schleiff to An- dreas and Christina Surer, 4.5 acres, Falling Spring Dist., $40,000 Gordon K. and Margaret A. Massey to Donald C. Carter II, 2.631 acres, Irish Corner Dist., $1,500 Leo J. and Nadine H. O'Neil to Donald E McCoy, 3.21 acres, White Sulphur Dist., $45,000 Sarah R. Small to Larry J. Small, 15,800.4 sq. ft., Town of Lewisburg, wife to husband James Morretlo to John and Marlene Thompson, tract, Meadow Bluff Dist., $16,000 Agathel G. Sanders to Leo and Maw lyn Lewis, lots, White Sulphur Municipal Dist., $29,500 New Suits Filed Gladys Carol Gibson vs. Clement A. Gibson Jennie Mae Waugh vs. Robert Lee Waugh, Jr James Lester Cline vs. Kathy Jo Slates Cline Libby Livesay Agee vs. Ronnie Joe Agee Murle Crookshanks vs. Ralph Crook- shanks Humana of WV, Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. Gordon L. Feury Sandra K Lewis and Aaron D. Lewis, her husband vs. Greenbrier Physicians, Inc., a West Virginia Corporation; TCR Partnership, a West Virginia general partnership; Extendicare of West Vir- ginia, Inc., a corporation, and Humana of West Virginia, Inc. dba Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley Marsha Glee Jones vs. Vernon Carl Jones Mary Frances Carter Chircop vs. Ro- sie M. Alderson. Wright staff members of Incorporated, partici- !five-hour workshop Feb- by Ronceverte psycho- Hanshaw. r included a brief period of but most of the time was devoted to self- interaction with other Middle management I, house parents, and sup- members for the Lewis- participated. on experiential ac- self-enhance- self-concepts," Mrs Han- It was very enlightening gave me a chance to get to staff, which is important ~re so busy with our own and rarely have op- get together in a set- It also gave me a feet what the children Monroe Teachers Walk Out School buildings were empty and playgrounds were quiet in Monroe County February 15 as teachers traveled to Charleston for a state- wide meeting at the Capitol. Monroe was one of 19 counties whose local chapters of the West Virginia Education Association (WVEA) voted to participate in the one-day "demonstration" in favor of increased state funding for educa- tion. Tom Williams, director/manager for instruction for the county school system, said, "From surveying schools the day before we found there wouldn't be enough teachers on hand to guarantee students' safety, so we chose not to transport children to school on Thursday." Most schools had only a few teachers present for the day. "One school had no teachers at all, and one had only four or five," he said. Most support personnel, including teachers' aides, custodians, and cooks, reported to work. Greenbrier East "We worked espe- g self-concept styles with other a fun day, mainly de- all participants feel s." to the workshop was parent Betty Kyle who has been at months, said, "1 really sophomore on the head with a metal pipe. It was reported the student was transported to Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley in Fairlea for treat- ment. The Mountain Messenger has received reports concerning a fight between two male students which allegedly took place at Greenbrier East High School February 5. The incident reportedly involved one stu- dent, a sophomore, brandishing a knife before a senior, who struck the refused to comment, stating, "1 don't feel I should talk about it since it's a school matter." Greenbrier East prin- cipal Charles Carney also refused to provide information. "This is a pri- vate school matter," he said, "and I don't feel we should comment on it." State Police Sergeant Bruce Sloan investigated the incident but Personnel in the Admissions Of- rice and Emergency Room at Hu- mana Hospital said they had no rec- ord of either of the students being treated February 5. It was reported the offending student has been ex- pelled from school permanently. be more re axe now [ 1 Is, ~lf i ~ the kids' place." ttl), who has been at rt for 20 months and and supervisor for Lin- Board of Education Meeting Canceled ~ttage, said, "Sheri pro- =e environment, in a fun / A special meeting of the Greenbrier County Board of Education concern- Way, to do some real re- ling proposed consolodation of several local junior high schools, originally l how difficult it is at times |scheduled for February 20, has been canceled, according to Superinten-I good parts of yourself. It |dent Stephen Baldwin. I Way to spend the day | The next meeting of the Board will be its regularly scheduled one in l If positive affirmations. /March, Mr Baldwin said. / Jite rapidly paced. This / ] eak in the routine and look at our long-term more aware of this will help me be -=aling with kids." On Page 10A Messenger nlor nounce and his wife, Karen and daughter, Jeanie are ts of Williamsburg, W.Va. Junior has had over years experience in car sales. Junior looks to serving his friends in West Virginia and everyone over to Alleghany Motors in Coving- Va. or call 703-962-2274 or 645--7756. 820 S, Lexingtron COVINGTON, VA. 1-703-962-2274 Serious Injuries In Auto Wreck The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, February 20, 1990 3A Lawrence E. Holtzapfel, 21, of Alderson is a patient in Charleston Area Medical Center as the result of a single-car accident which occurred on U. S. Route 219 in Lewisburg February 15 at 3 a.m. Mr Holtzapfel was listed in "guarded" condition February 17, according to Lewisburg City Police Chief Richard Weikel. "D.U.I. charges will be brought against Mr Holtzapfel when he is released from the hospital," Chief Weikle said. Mr Holtzapfel received severe head injuries when his 1977 model Buick car left the pavement in a turn near the intersection of Route 219 and Arbuckle Street. Passenger Lionel Tincher, also of Alderson, no age listed on police records, was also injured in the accident. Mr Tincher was taken to Greenbrier Valley Hospital where he was admit- ted and later released. Chief Weikel said Mr Holtzapfel lost control of his car when he en- tered a curve, ran through a fence, hit a utility pole, and then struck a fire hydrant. "All in all there was somewhere between $5,000 and $7,000 in damages, not including the total loss of the automobile," Chief Weikel said. Spaghetti Dinner Saturday, February 24, Greenbrier East High School Cafeteria, 4 to 6 p.m. Tickets $3. Sponsored by Spartan Athletic Mothers. Greenbrler Valley Social Work Chapter Speaker Sheri Hanshaw, Psychotherapist, February 26, 6 p.m. at Western Sizz/in Restaurant in Lewisburg. Two continuing education hours available for all persons with social work licenses. St. Charles Borromeo Tuesday, February 20, 7p.m. Evangelization meeting. Rosary Recita- tion Wednesday, February 21 and Saturday, February 24, 8:20 a.m. White Sulphur Springs, after 8 a.m. Mass. Seniors Trip Planned The Greenbrier County Commit- tee on Aging, Inc. will take a group of seniors to Charleston Wednes- day, February 28 for Senior Day at Legislature. If you are interested in going to Legislature, please call 392-5138. to reserve a seat on the van. /J II~l&lGf.O ~ HEAVY DUTY WHAT YOU DO iS NEWS TO US ( AND ABOUT 50,000 OTHER FOL KS.) 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