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2A The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, March 13, 1990 ii ,, ii I Soup and Salad Supper Gap Mills PTA Frankford Unfed Methodist Church, March 24, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Adults $3, Hosts a "Meet Your Candidate" night, March 19, 7 p.'m. Gap Mills School children under 12 $1.50. The candidates for the Board of Education have been invited to speak and answer any questions the audience may have. The Veterans of Foreign Wars And its Ladies Auxiliary, annual Awards and Voice of Democracy Banquet, Old Mill, Greenville, Spring Classes Saturday, March 17 at the Post Home, Main Street, in Rainelle. Dinner at Early American tools, Saturday March 17, taught by John Brock from the 6 p.m., guest speaker, Past State Commander James Fawcett. All Post Beckley Youth Museum. This class will concentrate on making hay forks and Auxiliary members are invited to attend, and rakes. Start at 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Registration Fee: $40, Lab Fee: $10. Decorative Broom-Making, Saturday, March 17, taught by John AI- Trl-Cot~Lnty Citizens for Irish Mountain exander Ingles, Lynchburg artist/craftsman. Participants in the class will Community Dinner, Saturday, March 17 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Meadow make decorative brooms with broom corn in a variety of traditional and Bridge Elementary School Cafeteria. $3.75 per adult, $2.50 for. children contemporary styles using wooden and forged iron handles. Class will under 12. Home made desserts, start at 9 a.m. and run until 6 p.m. Registration Fee: $50, Lab Fee $6. To register, call Jim Wells at 832-6775 evenings. Smoot Rttdtans Annual Ham and Bean Dinner. Sunday, March 18, noon to 3 p.m., Smoot Old White Garden Club Junior High School Dinner includes baked ham, potatoes, several varie- Will meet Tuesday, March 13, 7:30 p.m. at the White Sulphur Library. ties of beans, coleslaw, iced tea, sassafras tea, coffee and Smoot's best homemade bread, corn bread, corn pone and desserts. Adults $4, children Saint Charles BottomeD twelve and under, $2. White Sulphur Springs, Wednesday, March 14 and Saturday, March 17, 8:20 a.m., rosary recitation after the 8 a.m. Mass. Parish Association Union Athletic Boosters meeting at 7:30. All parishioners welcome. Friday, March 16, 7 p.m., Professional wrestling match, Saturday March 17, 8 p.m. $7 adults; chil- Stations of the Cross, Holy Communion, Benediction of the Blessed Sac- dren under 12, $4. rament. Eleventh Annual AAUW Choir Festival Good Grief FaMea Baptist Church, Sunday, March 18, 3 p.m. Ten area choirs, spon- Thursday, March 15, 7 p.m. A support group for those suffering grief from sored by American Association of University Women. Donations appreci- divorce, loss, separation or death of a loved one, Tuke Hall, of Saint ated for scholarship fund. Thomas Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. Tommy Dorsey Orchestra Adult Bible Education Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg, Friday, March 16, 8 p.m. Admission charge $10 Monday, March 19, 7 p.m., Saint Charles, White Sulphur Springs. Class for adults, $7 students and senior citizens, for high school age and up on the Sacred Scripture. Take your Bible. t i i i March 18-24 The best way to deal with accidental poisonings is to prevent them. Store medicines and household cleaners out of reach and out of sight of your child. Buy products with child resistant safety caps. Keep products in their original labeled containers. Never store medicine or other poisons in food or beverage containers. But accidents can happen. Be prepared. Know the telephone number of the nearest poison center in your area. Call immediately if you know or suspect a substance to be harmful. Don't wait for symptoms. Keep a one ounce bottle of SYRUP OF IPECAC in your medicine cabinet. But never use IPECAC unless told to do so the poison center or your doctor and follow their instructions for its use. HUMANA wants you to be prepared for accidental poisonings. The hospital Emergency Department will be distributing FREE Poison Prevention Literature and a FREE 1 oz. bottle of IPECAC SYRUP during Poison Prevention Week, March 18-24. Just come by the hospital's Emergency Department and ask for the Free Poison Prevention P ckage. Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley Davis Stuart Road Fairlea/Ronceverte, WV 24970 647-4411 Prepare for your small in a big way -- with free membership " Club. delivery, join the new Cradle ClubSMat Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley. Your pregnancy is a time to learn ... to grow.., a time that will always be remembered. And now you can share this wonderful experience with others with a free membership in the Cradle Club at Humana Hospital. As patents-to-be, Cradle Club prepares you for before, during and after childbirth. We offer you a variety of important benefits and services --- plus the opportunity to meet and get to know other parents-to-be. We offer classes for everything you always wanted to know.., and more. There are classes available for you and your entire family. For example, our Prepared Childbirth Classes will teach you and your partner all about the physical and emotional changes that will occur during your pregnancy. As part of these classes, our relaxation and breathing techniques sessions will help you during actual labor and delivery. Educate yourself with newsworthy information. From your third month on you'll receive a newsletter filled with valuable tips --- and each issue is geared toward your specific month. We'll tell you what you should be doing, relate to how you may be feeling, even discuss how the fetus is developing. You get lots of little extras, too. As a Cradle Club member, you'll be entitled to special discounts from local merchants to help you save money on items for you, your home and your baby. You'll also receive an identification card to present to merchants at the time of purchase. Voters' Registration Eugene V. Spence, Greenbrier County Clerk, announces that a repre- sentative from his office will be at the following places to register voters: Deeds Ruby L. Miller and Richard E. Bowyer and Gracie M. Elizabeth A. Cook and Bowyer to Myralyn Herley Feamster and Catherine M. Ridgeway David Lee Feamster, 180 acres and 139 Ridgeway; Louise M. poles, Blue Sulphur Dist., $125,000 Price and Louise R. Price; Bernie Ellis and Gall Ellis to Dan nette and David E. D. Gowings and Chrystal M. Cow- Carol Wiggins; Arvella ings, 17,407 sq. ft., City of Lewisburg, Miller; to Catherine M. $60,000 Charles B. Ridgeway, lot, Caroline Caldwell; Abba Mae Dist., partition deed Caldwell; Marion Caldwell and Catherine Ruby L. Miller and Caldwell; Mildred C. Kerr and BRine Elizabeth A. Cook and Kerr; and Mary Bell Browning; to F(eda Catherine M Ridgeway S. Caste, .72 acre, Village of Caldwell, Ridgeway; Louise M. Price and Louise R. Price; $1,500 nette and David E. Amy Hill Creighton to Jerre L. Creighton, 48.3 acres, Meadow Bluff Carol Wiggins; Arvella Dist, transfer of interest in real estate Miller; to Elizabeth A. Cook, lot, Meadow Bluff from wife to husband deed Benjamin F. Gee and Bonnie C. Gee to Jeffrey G. Crowe and April A. Crowe, Ruby L. Miller and Elizabeth A Cook and tracts, Williamsburg Dist., $15,000 Catherine M Ridgeway Greenbrier Valley National Bank to Carroll Willis and Jean Willis, 1.24 acres, Ridgeway; Louise M. Price and Louise R. Price; Town of Alderson, $32,200 nette and David E Mary E. Bittinger to Paul R. Bittinger, Jr., and Eugenia L. Bittinger, 50.114 Carol Wiggins; Arvella Miller to Frank R. Miller, acres, White Sulphur Dist., parent to J Schillinger, lot, child Charles Crow and Rose Crow to partition deed Ann L. Shaver to Charles E. Crow and Pamela S. Crow, tract, Meadow Bluff Dist., parents to son tract, Lewisburg Dist., $10 William Brazleton Agnes C. Burr to Agnes C. Burr, lots, Falling Spring Dist., no consideration phine Crawford Telford; Sterling E. Snedegar and Bertha Telford; Rachel Couch Snedegar to Joseph Michael Arbaugh, B. Harris, mineral interests l seam of coal, 23 acres, lot, Lewisburg Dist., $6,000 Dist., $20 Rebecca L Lightner to Richard R.Robert L. Saunders Marrs, 10.3 acres, Frankford Dist., ex- Saunders to United Statesl empt from transfer tax upon the privilege Farmers Home of transferring properties; correction White Sulphur deed Munir S. Yarid and Yvette P. Yarid; to the United Home Administration Anice Yarid and Elizabeth K. Yarid; Roy Alvie L Edwards and Alex Yarid and Terri Marshall Yarid; to John V. Hall and Edwin C. Spurlock, Jr., and Barbara Jo Spurlock, parcel, City of Lewisburg, City of Lewisburg, $63,000 $163,000 Sadie Gertrude Dameron to Richard New Suit~ Balsamo, 417acres and 70 poles, White Rosseau Stephen Sulphur Dist., $1,000 (gift) nessa Lynn McClung. Carol Ann Eskins to James M Ronnie M. Sams March 19 Rupert Magistrate's Office 1-5 p.m. Eskins, .156 acres, Town of Alderson, Sams vs. Elzie McCormiCk March 21 Alderson Alderson Library 1-4 p.m. conveyance between husband and wife Buffalo Supermarket March 22 Rainelle City hall 1-5 p.m. Robert Scott LaRue, III, and Marilyn Monte. Denny Dean March 26 White SulphurCity halt 1-5 p.m. L. LaRue; to Albert Eslinger, lots, Town Susan Cochran. Springs of Alderson, $52,000 Mary E. Bittinger to Randy L. Bittin- Ginger Marie March 27 Quinwood Quinwood Library 1-5 p.m. ger, tract, White Sulphur Dist., $10,000 Bobby Allen Harper. March 30 Williamsburg Wi!iiamsburg School 1-5 p.m. C.L. Wall and Melissa S. Wall to C. Carol Whitt Floyd vs, Laird Wall and Melissa S. Wall, 237 ward Floyd, Jr. "Any qualified person may register in the Ce;;nty Clerk's Office acres and 16.8 perches, Meadow Bluff Joseph D. Treadway during regular hours and on April 6 and 9, the office will be open Dist, $10 Treadway, Jeanette Edwina from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on April 7, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for John Driscolt and Jo Ann Driscoll to voters' registration," Mr Spence said. John W. Brookman and Margaret Brook- Wayne King, Sr. . , man, lot, Fort Spring Dist., $3,500 . Bertha Louella Mace to Quilla B. Le- wis, lot, Williamsburg Dist., $200 ",;lt'-'~ t -t;--,, -*t ;t-ft-,*";';;'" - - - .- ~-' ,,t;,i,,. ;,t,i-ltt J. Michael Anderson to Thelma .... tl .It,.! t. t ..... It, tl t! ! vllt..,~..ttll...l-, t ..4: .... L.! .......... t ..... l ..... tt.l ..... ........... :..- ~.-. .............. .:.--Crookshanks, parcels, Meadow Bluff "": "'~ Dist., $2,825 ii ~to~lF~ur?p i Rachel M Cutlip t Rbert D CutIip' 12,775 sq ft., parent to son Samuel A Birchfield and Anna L. Birchfield to John J. Feury and Bridget F. Feury, 1.935 acres, Anthony Creek Dist., $48,000 Ruby L. Miller and Frank R Miller; ~'i , .:..~_ Elizabeth A. Cook and Jack B. Cook; Catherine M. Ridgeway and Chades B. Airline - Amtrak - Tours - Cruises R~dgeway; Louise M. Adams; Oakley O. Beavers. .] Price and Louise R. Price; Charlotte Bar- Ju!ian E. Ramsey vs. ~ And Hotel & ?ar Reservations !"~ Miller;Carlnette and David E. Barnette; FranCeSwigginS;to FrancesArVellacaroIMillerwiggins,and FIOydlot, corporation Our Services Are Free Meadow Bluff Dist., partition deed Final Divorce'l) And No Membership Fees. Ruby L" Miller and Frank R' Miller: Sherry Denise McCuI Elizabeth A Cook and Jack B. Cook; les Jeffrey McCutcheon Catherine M Ridgeway and Charles B. Beverly Suzanne jari Ridgeway; Louise M. Adams; Oakley O. Clayton Jarrell [i $200,O00. Free Flight lnsurance, ~ nettePrice and Louise R. Price; Charlotte Bar-and David E. Bamette; Frances BrownMaXine Lillian Brown ' I .i Marco Polo Travel And Tour, Inc. Carol Wiggins; Arvella Miller and Floyd Donnie Home vs. pan' Miller; tO Frances Carol Wiggins, lot, Julie Renee Morgan 123 W. Washington St;., Lewisburg, W.Va. i-~ Meadow Bluff Dist., partition deed Bryan Keith Wiseman 645-1200 1-800-628-6291 Ruby L. Miller and Frank R. Miller: Ladonna Joyce Adl Elizabeth A. Cook and Jack B. Cook; ard Lee Legg ~'/;::, ......... . .......... : .,..,., .......,; .~ ;:.. . .... ...:"~ John Lee Napier .j~: ..... == ...................... ...=..=......;..:,;~ .;.;;.;},~% Catherine M. Ridgeway and Chades B. Ridgeway; Louise M. Adams; Oakley O. Napier Price and Louise R. Pnce; Charlotte Bar- David Troy nette and David E. Barnette; Frances June Livingston Carol Wiggins; Arvella Miller and Floyd Amy Hill Creighton Miller; to Oakley O. Price and Louise R. Creighton Price, lot, Meadow Bluff Dist., partition Mona Lisa Harris deed Franklin Sifers Ruby L. Miller and Frank R. Miller; Elbert Lawson Elizabeth A. Cook and Jack B Cook; Joan Morgan VanBuren Catherine M. Ridgeway and Chades B. Sharon Kay Hamrick Ridgeway; Louise M. Adams; Oakley O. Hamrick Pdce and Louise R. Price; Charlotte Bar- Cheryl D. Stanley vs. nette and David E. Bamette; Frances Lou Ella Spencer vs. Carol Wiggins; Arvella Miller and Floyd Spencer Miller: to Louise M. Adams, lot, Meadow David Bluff Dist., partition deed Jonita Douglas Bennett Oh baby, what a club! Send for your free mem- bership card today! Having a baby is such a special experience.., so why not prepare yourself now with a FREE membership in the Cradle Club at Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley. To join just clip the coupon below and mail it in... or call our Cradle Club coordinator at 647.4411. ~llllll Imll III I I I lillll I I If I l I1I I Send for your FREE membership today! | YES! I want to join Cradle Club at Humana I | Hospital - Greenbrier Valley. I I I Mother's Name | | Father's Name | _ [ Mailing Address | | City StateZip I TREASURE TODAY'S LITTLE [ Home phon Business Phone | l Physician's Name Due Date | BEFORE THEY'RE GONE. CAPTURI I Signature Date I SPECIAL TIMES OF YOUR CHILD'S I I I Mail to: I WITH A PROFESSIONAL CHILDREN'S I Humana Hospital I | Greenbrier Valley | I I I P.O. Box 497 I : | Ronceverte, WV 2497O I 120 E. Washington Street | 304-647-4411 | ._______________--- a Lewisburg, W.Va.