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2A Tr~e Mountain Messenqer, Tuesday, February 27, 1990 ii ir i O Saint Charles Borromeo White Sulphur Springs." Tuesday, February 27, 7:30 p.m., Sacraments, Worship and Spirltuafity Meeting. Wednesday, February 28 and Satur- day, March 3, 8:20 a,m., rosary recitation after 8 a.m. Mass: Good Grief Thursdayl March 1, 7 p.m. "Good Grief" Group, a support group for those suffering grief from divorce, loss, separation or death of a loved one, meeting in Tuke Haft of Sabot Thomas Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. ite Sulphur Springs Chamber of Commerce Monday, March 5: 7 p.m, meeting, in the Council Chambers of City Hall. World Day of Prayer Observance The Alderson Community will observe World Day of Prayer Friday, March 2 at 1:30 p.m. at the Alderson Presbyterian Church. Everyone is cordially invited to this service. Prepared Childbirth Class Full Series Tuesday Evenings 7-9 p.m., begins March 6, 6 week course. For first time Mom's or ff you have not attended a childbirth class before or in the last four years. Mother's due date before June 1, 1990. Prepared Childbirth Refresher Class Wednesday Evenings 7-9 p.m., begins March I4, four week course with #4 class being Big Brother Big Sister Class for Children on April 4. Mother's Due Date before June 1, 1990. Big Brother Big Sister Class, Wednesday March 7, 7p.m. Mother's Due Date before April t5, 1990. All classes held at Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley cafeteria. Take pillow, blanket and support person. Classes free. Cancellations for bad weather will be announced on WRON. LevAsburg Merchants Association Monthly meeting Thursday,, March 1, at Fort Savannah Inn, 7.'15 a.m. Ofiver Luck, an attorney in Morgantown, guest speaker. Mr Luck is a candidate for the U. S. House of Representatives. Lewisburq Merchants meet the first Thursday each month. Any inter- ested persons are urged to attend.. Please carl Larry Napier, president at 645-1743 or Jim Gerl, program chairman at 645-7345, for informa- tion. Greenbrier River Planning Council And Greenbrier River Trail Association, joint meeting, March 5, at the Greenbrier Center Conference Room at 7 p m. National Association of Retired Federal Employees Greenbrier Valley Chapter #994, will meet February 28 at City Hall in Atderson, 2p.m. White Sulphur Springs "DANDELION FESTIVAL," Committee monthly meeting, Wednesday, February 28, 7 p. m. Open House Birthday Party Dorothy Brown's house, Spring Creek Station Road, in honor of her 83rd birthday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 3. "Telling Wilde Tales," Carnegie Hall. Lewisburg, Thursday, March 1. 7:30 p.m.. Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3, 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 4, 2:30 ,o.m, Ad- mission $5.50, adults and $3,50, children. Youth group rates available. For res#rvations call Carnegie Hall at 645-791Z A // Her Fllg ht Reservations Were Perfect, Rental Car Ready, And Hotel Reservation SPECIALISTS IN INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE Confirmed. We Make Travel a Breeze. / I L t travel & tours, inc. 123 W. Washington St. Lewisburg, W.Va. 304/645-1200 1-800-628-6291 Plan . . . Continued from pg. 1-A Williamsburg CommuN[y Secretary Carolyn Stephens at 647-3025. Each property owner has the op- portunity to label his !and as resi- dential, farmland, commercial, light industry, or park/recreation. The ap- plication is also signed by the owner. As the individual applications were received, the map gradually began to take shape as an existing land use plan. Between Wil- liamsburg and Friars Hilt, at the base of Cold Knob Mountain, most respondents have requested farm- land and residential. Commercial es- tablishments already exist in the "downtown" areas of Williamsburg and Cornstalk. There are also a few "liaht industrv" businesses between As the individual applications were received, the map gradually began to take shape as an existing land use plan. Between Wil- liamsburg and Friars Hill, at the base of Cold Knob Mountain, most respondents have requested farm- land and residential. Commercial es- tablishments already exist in the "downtown" areas of Williamsburg and CornStalk. There are also a few "light industry" businesses between Cornstalk and the Alta Interchange of dt "The nature of things, with regar to current land use, seems the most logical path to follow for future plan- ning. The two-lane route connecting Williamsburg to Cornstalk to Hug- hart to Alta will provide the best commercial access to the area: The 'lay of the land' will permit light in- dustry/warehouse type development in the areas already opened by Brit- ish United Turkeys of America and Greenbrier Valley Solid Waste," Ms Stephens said. "Although there are residential properties throughout the entire area, the winding twisting nature of the hills offers some guarantees of privacy and separation of these resi- dences from commercial property development," Ms Stephens con- cluded. Trout _ Friars Hill // To Frankford I British United Turkey, Gr e brie V ey So.d W.te F-~ Hughart f / 1 t 1-64 Route 60 I Deeds Pearl V. Whitlow to John W. Whitlow, lots, City of Lewisburg, wife to husband I. Philip Currence to James R. Clark, 40 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., $43,000 David B. and Debra Paulette McClung to Rainelle Real Estate, Inc., parcel, City of Lewisburg, $45,125 Charles D. and Mary M. Nash to S. Carroll and Jean G. Willis, tract, Blue Sulphur Dist., $40,000 Joan Connie Browning and Sarah Crockett Weaver to Joan Connie Brown- ing and Sarah Crockett Weaver, 11 1/2 acres, Irish Corner Dist., less than $10 Charles S. and Ann W. Scott, to Ren- hiS K~ and Minnie E. Strader, .43 acre, Lewisburg Municipality, $49,000 Abraham Rogers to Abraham and Barbara Rogers, lots, Town of Quin- wood, less than $100 Mamie M. and Ballard B. Mitcham to Sherry Lynn Williams Mitcham, 75.36 acres, Fort Spring Dist., parents to child Walter and Violet Fowler to Lewis C. and Beatrice L. Crawford, tracts, Meadow Bluff Dist., $2,700 James S. and Ann M. Hunter to Pa- trice A. Bauserman, parcel, City of Le- wisburg, $63,000 Richard Lee Surgeon to Jimmy and Brenda Brown, 1.614 acres, Blue Bear... Continued from pg. 1-A and nine years for the West Virginia Department of Highways. He moved to Williamsburg 38 years ago. He has two children, four grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. And yes, he has hunted bears, too. 1 don't hunt anymore, but I did some bear hunting when i was young. I guess I haven't done any for ten or fifteen years." Proceeds from the dinner in past years have been used for a fund to construct a community building, which will include fire department and rescue squad headquarters, a community hall, and kitchen. This year's profits, however, will go to Williamsburg Junior High School ef- forts to contest proposed consolida- tion. The consolidation plan would eliminate the junior high program and place those students in Renick and Lewisburg junior high schools. The dinner will be served from 1 to 6 ~.m in the school cafeteria. A feature story about Walter Dea- con in last week's Mountain Mes- senger mentioned '1he approaching retirement of James W. Banks. an- other area orthopedic surgeon." Dr Banks contacted the Mountain Mes- senger office last week and said the information was erroneous. "1 am still seeing patients," he said. "and have no plans for retirement in the near future." JiM McCUTCHEON. Managing Agent FOR BROCHURES & INFORMATION CALL I OR STOP BY 112 EAST WASHINGTON ST., LEWISBURG W.VA. 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His & Hers Towel Town Wash Cloth .................. 89’ ea. Braded Throw Rug Hand Towel .............. $1.59 ea Homemade Soft Pillows Bath Towel ...... $2.99 to $6.99 Bear in Basket Winston Cup Car Race Sheets & Comforter Candyland Comforter Unicorn Comforter Homemake Heart Shape Pillow Homemade Baby Quilt ................................................. $30.00 Homemade Full Size Quilt ......................................... :$300.00 Homemade Afghan .................................................... $100.00 We also have a Sulphur Dist., $1,200 Ronald E. Isom to parcel, Fort Spring Dist, James L. and Martha Charles S. and Ann A. Lewisburg, $19,000 Steven L. and Jeffrey D. and Cherie Fort Spring Dist., $90,500 Anna Vance to Jerry Jean Vance, lot, to children New Suits Larry J. Small vs. Ray M Clark vs. Shirley John Wesley Gregory Exterminating Company, a Corporation and Velsicol poration, a Delaware Car Vanessa Lee Burns vs. Burns Greenbrier Valley National Banking F. Highlander Greenbrier Valley National Banking Wright Joan M Nichols vs. D. A. Spa Continued Alisha Jesselli said, thought this would be an class for me to take. talk to about it think be really hard--but it's "The other day on the were talking about an meeting going on in Lane said. "One of our took some time that day how the Soviet ates." Lisa Sharp said, about taking a class this you can record it and over it if there's extra work on." Mr Vance says ther about four other schools which have the Pocahontas County Hif began the program ter last school year of Education voted in tuting it. Part of the equipment came from a i the state. A yearly fee paid by the county for in' each distance Student encouraging. "When are getting A's on their you know there are 1 dents taking the throughout the country, about their abilities," said. ! Spanish and French fered at Pocahontas School, in traditional tings. Student. Continued from He said the students have been has made several lege and enjoys the Charlie said, '1 like ter than high school," cause he enjoys complete his studies. At Union High he vanced placement chemistry, and a in metal trades. His friends think his nice. He said the take up a great deal "It's not easy because homework, but it manage your time time he studies, dates banjo and guitar. Overall Charlie is experience. He high school who lege should take at and get a head start." Hotel... Continued from buy what we needed." "The Pocahontas ism Commission too," he adds. "They'Ve ing on getting weekend. A while bunch of Duke Univef students who came to a great time here." Mr Lett mentions and expansion plans hotel. "Our plans are little and to ul~grade gradually. We hope tub for our guests two cabins in the Lucy M. Clark was of the hotel, as Other owners and chase include Pitman and CI Roy and Betty and Eula White, da!i Kenneth and Brenda and Charles and 1983.