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2A The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, March 6, 1990 Odd Fellows Hall Covered dish dinner, Main Street, Ronceverte. Tuesday, March 13, 6:30 p.m. All Odd Fellows, Rebekahs, and guests are urqed to attend. The dinner will be $4 "plus the dish." Following the dinner, an auction sale with articles furnished by the members. Pancake Dinner The Greenbrier Valley Shrine Club, pancake dinner, Saturday march 10. 4 p.m. to 7p.m. All the Buckwheat and Buttermilk pancakes you can eat. At the club building, McEIhenny Road. just off Route 60 West. Proceeds benefit Shrine Club. Adults $3, Children 12 and under, $1.50. Former Greenbrier East Basketball Players Alumni game March 24. Greenbrier East. Game time 7:30 p.m. Interested players call 49 7.2399. Frankord Rturltan Club Spaghetti Dinner, Saturday March 10. 4 p.m. to 6:30 ,o.m.. Frankford Ele- mentary School Cafeteria. Menu includes all the spaghetti you can eat, either plain or garlic bread, salad, tea, coffee, or milk. Price $3.50 adults; $2 children 12 and under. All money raised goes toward community and school improvements in the Frankford area. Sierra Club Meeting The Greenbrier River Valley Group of the Sierra Club program meeting March 8, 7 p.m. Jim Sconyers, West Virginia Chapter Chairman from Terra Alta, featured speaker, slideshow describing the 1990 Monongahela National Forest Trail Projects. General public welcome. West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine Third floor - room B331. Beckley Curtain Callers Suspense thriller, "Hide and Seek," March 9. 10, 16 and 17, 8p.m. at the Princess Playhouse, Mount Hope. Tickets $3.50 adults and $2.50 stu- dents and seniors. To reserve tickets call 256-3671 or 1-800-999-3151. Saint Charles, White Sulphur Springs Monday, March 12, 7p.m., Adult Education class for high school age and up on the Sacred Scripture. Take your Bible. Saint Charles, White Sulphur Springs Rosary: Wednesday, March 7 and Saturday, march 10, 8:20 a.m. after 8 a.m. Mass SLEEP @ or get the sleep so on for an extra 00.t Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation Wednesday, March 7, 6 p.m. a tri-county economic development group, Dutch Treat dinner meeting, Brier Inn. Lewisburg. For reservations and information call Bill Sturgill, 647-4500. Saint Charles, White Sulphur Springs. Prayer and Study Group, Wednesday, March 7, 7:30 p.m. All welcome. Pentaura Quintet Friday, March 9, 8 p.m.. Carnegie Hall. Lewisburg. Tickets available at Carnegie Hall and Atlantic Financial Bank. Adults $6.50, Senior Citizens and Students, $4.50. Call 645-7917 for reservations and additional infor- mation. SOFA SLEEPERS B. "Landmark" 78~" living room sofa or Deluxe queen size sleep sofa Tailored contemporary style desigamd with comfort in mind. Features include tucked head- rest back and roll arms. Seneca Mental Health Council Board of Directors meeting March 8. Greenbrier Valley Mental Health Center, 100 Church Street. Lewisburg, 8 p.m. Lent Meditations Provided by Emmanuel Untied Methodist Church. White Sulphur Springs noon to 1 p.m. Activities will begin on Ash Wednesday, conclude April 11. Meditations are given by Ministers from the community. Greenbrier Valley Chapter #671 AARP Meeting Tuesday, March 13, at Lewisburg United Methodist Church. A musical tribute to the late Irving Berlin will be given by the Williamsburg Chorus under the direction of Susan Lake. Covered Dish Luncheon will begin at 11:45 a.m. Everyone 50 years or older is invited to attend this AARP meeting. Greenbrier West Computer Class Registration will be he/c/Monday, march 19 at 7 p.m. for computer night class at Greenbrier West High School. You must be present at that time to register for the class, The class will meet on Monday and Tuesday eve- nings from 7 to I0 p.m. for seven weeks. Those who registered for the first class in January will receive first priority, but you must be there March 19! Thank you/ Greenbrier Valley Soil Conservation District Monthly Board of Supervisors' Meeting, Tuesday, march 6. at the Agricul- tural Service Center, Lewisburg, 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend. SOFA SLEEPERS499 ',M CES.W 78" living room sofa or Deluxe queen size sleep sofa Versatile transitional style complements any decor! Deeply padded back and seat cushions for added comfort. SOFA SLEEPERS` C. "Cumberland" 861/~'' living room sofa or Deluxe queen size sleep sofa Elegant camel back sofa with flared arms and unique ruffled details on skirt. Matching side pillows complete the look. Deeds Robert L and Fern J. Holland to Con- tel of West Virginia, Inc., 2,439 sq. ft., Blue Sulphur Dist., $4,000 Louise W. Merritt to Contel of West Virginia, Inc., 3,722 sq. ft., Williamsburg Dist.. $4,000 Bobby and Irene George to Dwain and Darline McClung, 1.2 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., $25,000 Alfred H. and Debbie M. Spence to Joyce W. Housby, lot, Alderson Munici- parity, $4 500 Raymond L and AIvie Flack to Steve A. Flack, 42,175 sq. ft., Frankford Dist., transfer between parents and child Carrie Wiseman to Ronald E. and Earleen M. Wiseman, .68 acre, Lewis- burg Dist., transfer between mother and son and his wife Robert W. Foster to Robert W. Foster and Mary Elizabeth Lob, parcels, Fort Spring Dist. husband to wife Irene Pitsenbarger to Samuel R. and Cheryl L Sparks, 2 acres, Blue Sulphur Dist.. $6.000 Norman L. and Adabelle Fleshman to Forest C. Brown, lot, Meadow Bluff Dist., $17 000 Rhue J. and Matilda R Webster to Ramie Terry, lot, Town of East Rainelle, $17.000 Murle and Ralph Crookshanks to Murle Workman, 2.72 acres, Lewisburg Dist.. straw deed Murle Workman to Ralph Crook- shanks, 1 acre, Lewisburg Dist., wife to husband Carl A. Brown to Stuart J. and Donna J Roberts, parcels, Falling Spring Dist., $45 O00 Raymond L Crocker to Berlin K. and Dorothy L. Miller, tracts, Meadow Bluff Dist., $400 Thomas E. and Joyce W. Housby to Edith N and Weldon Stewart, lots, Town of Alderson, $35,000 The ~lature Conservancy to James R. and Mildred L. Lively, 80.17 acres, Blue Sulpnur Dist transfer from a charitable nonprofit corporation Emily A. Rutherford to William Ruth- erford, parcel Lewisburg Dist., $10 James H. and Gloria Jean Sweet to Gloria A. and James H. Boone, tract, Meadow Bluff Dist., less than $100 Claude S. and Valerie J Vance to Harry L. and Rose M Vance, parcels, Insh Corner Dist., $6,000 Caroline Caldwell; Abba Mae sale! Suggested Retail $439.00 "THE SUBURBAN" RECLINA-ROCKER" RECLINER Gracefully designed, button-tufted traditional with roll arms, comfort cushioning and classic good looks. Caldwell; Marion and Caldwell; Mildred C. and Mary Bell Browning; to Development, 5.86 Caldwell, $45,000 Vivian Beavers vers: Leigh B and Sarah J. and David Laurie Beavers; vers; Isadora L Beavers;! vers Radis; Thurman B Beavers; to Joe Harrison, ing Spring Dist., $86,000 Clark and Toni derson, 19.5 acres, $250 New Suits Melissa Lynn Jones Douglas Lee Morris Humans of WV, Inc. 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