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2A The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April3,1990 Lewisburg Historical Society Hires new Director Rebates up to $1500 6.9% Interest Rates on Selected Models. See us for details. WAS NOW '89 Aerostar , .,. ............................... 1.,200$16,200 '89 Taurus =, ,FM ............................................... $13,900 $12,900 ~89 Taurus 4 do~. vo. ,=~=k..~ ~o~,~,~. Aa~F~. .... , ...................................... $11.200 $10,900 (2) '89 Tempos ..... $10,100 $8,900 '89 Tempo .... ,.o. ,,,,. .......................................... $I0,I00 $8,700 (2) '89 Mustangs '-"' ..... ..,.. .... ,. .... .............. $10,200 $8,900 '89 Escort ,.x,, ....... ., .................................................... $8.190 $7.800 '88 Mercury ............. : ........... $I 1.900 $I0,500 (2) '89 Lincolns .ow .,, ....... $18,900$17,800 '88 Tempo '"0" " .... " ,. .................................. $9,900 $8,900 TRUCKS: '88 Bronco II onn $11,900 '88 F250 Pickup ............................ +...,..... $12,400 '88 FI50 Pickup $II,900 AutOmlltl ................................. ~ L '9 ~W '87 Bronco II '" +'r+"+'' '+' +' ~M C--' ' "" $ l 1,900 $I0,900 o~ owwer ................................... '87 Bronco II "+ ................................... $11,200 $10,200 '86 Ford FI50 +"' '++ +.+ $9,890 $9,500 trunsmtssiml, air, one owner .................... '84 El50 Conversion Van $8,990 $8,500 '84 Bronco m, .................... $6,990 $6,290 Big Union, WV "West Virginia's Little Ford Dealer 772-3082 o,,,+ ,, -.,,,* t.,,, 772-3764 See 1~ Satcmu~ O~ Your Omice: TIN Only N~ Car Dealer I,t~ated le Mom-~e (ounly! gemseth Kirby .......... 772-30~ or 1~ ~ Film IN~l~rtment Ol~n frm 8 to 12 on ~t, James Furrow ................ Ik~-WIl4 Or 'P'~-3M~ Jacqueline Hopkins is the new di- rector of North House Museum in Lewisburg. She will assume her du- ites May 1, when the museum opens for its 1990 season. Ms Hopkins will work to expand North House's services to the Greenbrier Valley with special his- torical displays and a variety of children's programs. She encour- ages the input and participation of citizens interested in the history of the area. Ms Hopkins has a degree in pub- lic relations from Wesl Virginia Uni- versity and has had experisnce in volunteer coordination, fund rasing, and financial services. She attended the Katherine Gibbs Secretarial School in Boston, Massachusetts. Ms Hopkins recently moved from Roanoke back to Crawley, where she was raised. She is a graduate of Greenbrier West High School in Charmco. North House Museum is oper- ated by the Greenbrier Historical Society. Natural Rest Firm inner construction with deep-quilted comfort. Torsion bar foundation. Suggested Reg. $109 Fu, ea. pc, Reg $139 Queen 2-pc set Reg. $349 King 3-pc set Twin ea. pc. aeg $459 Sale $109 $269 $379 Firm Sleep Supreme Plush comfcrrt with added "hinge-action" coils. Extra firm torsion bar foundation. Reg. $139 Twin ea. pc, Suggested Sale Full ea 0c Reg $179 $139 Queen 2-pc. set Beg $399 $339 King 3-pc set Rag $529 $439 ar Carlisle America's mattress. once-a-year salet Reg. $1 99 Twin ea. #1 selling super premium .. very specially priced for our Suggested Fuii ea pc, Reg,$229 Queen 2-pc, set Reg. $-569 King 3-pc set Rag,S739 Sale $199 $499 $649 e Greenbrier Valley Soil Conservation District Board of Supervisors monthly meeting, Tuesday, April 3, 7p.m., at the Agriculture, Center, 717 North Jefferson Street, Lewisburg. The pubfic is invited. : Modern Woodmen of P,~aerica Camp 8736 Matching Fund Dinner, Sunday, April 8, noon to 3 p.m. Baked ham, macaroni and cheese, green beans, cabbage .salad, rolls, beverage, and apple cobbler. $6 for adults, $2.50 for children age 10 and under. All proceeds raised will be matched by the Home Office of Modem Woodmen up to $2500. Proceeds will be given to the Graham House Preservation Society Inc. to reduce the mortgage and improve and preserve the property for future generations. Greenbrier County Citizens for Progress April mooting, Court House, Tuesday April 3, 7p.m. As several candi- dates have expressed interest, the agenda will be open to attempt to provide equal time for all. Williamsburg Ruritan Club Witl sponsor Donkey Basketbafl Friday, April 13, 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $4 at the door or $3 in advance. AdVance tickets may be purchased from Ruritan members. Bruffey's Memorial United Methodist Women Will sponsor Norman Arrington, Friday, April 13, at Bruffey's Church, Hollywood, beginning at 7 p.m. Mr Arrington's ministry is the portrayal of Biblical characters. Everyone welcome. Friends of the Lewisburg Library Will hold a book sale April 7, 0 a.m. to 2 p.m., will be sold by the brown bag full Library basement. Books Sierra Club Greenbrier River Valley Group Program mooting, 7 p.m., Osteopathic Medical School Lewisburg, Room B331. A film, "New River, Older Than Time," will be shown. Public is invited. American Legion Post 69, Lewisburg Annual birthday dinner, 6:30 p.m. April 6 at the Post Home. Covered dish, Post will provide ham, chicken, rolls and drinks. Take a guest, take a dish. Special guest State Commander. Greenbrier Valley Interagency Council Will hem their regular monthly meetings at the following locations on Wednesday: April 4, WV Dept. of Hea#h & Human Resources; May 2, WV Division of Rehabilitation; June 6, Home Care Plus. Meetings begin at 9 a.m. Saint Charles Boromeo White Sulphur Springs, Monday, April 9, 7 p.m. Adu# Education class for High School age and up on the Sacred Scripture. Take your Bible. Wednesday, April 4 and Saturday, April 7:8:20 a.m. rosary recitation after the 8 a.m. Mass. Friday, April6: 7p.m., Stations of the Cross, Holy Communion, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Lenten Luncheon and Devotional Wednesday, April 4, Noon, at Emanuel Sulphur Springs. Methodist Church, White "Good Grief" Group Thursday, Apnl 5, 7 p.m. A support group for those suffering grief from divorce, separation, or death of a loved one, Tuke Hall, Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation Wednesday, April 4, 6 p.m. meeting at Brier Inn. For reservations and planning purposes, please call Bill Sturgil1647-4500. Valley Evangelical Methodist Church White Sulphur Springs; Spaghetti dinner at the ctiurch on Route 92, April21, from 5 to 7p.m. The menu will include spaghetti, tossed salad, bread, homemade cobbler with ice cream, and drinks. Cost $5 for adults, $2.50 for children 5-12. Children 4 and under eat free, Tickets are available from any member of the church or may be purchased at the door. Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert, "Louise Pearson Quartet," Saturday, April 7, 8 p.m. Pro- show reception at 7 p.m. Admission $6 for adults and $4 for students and senior citizens. Easter Eggs Sponsored by The Women of The Highland First Church of God, Rainel/e` Peanut butter rifling, chocolate covering, decorations on top. Words on top 25 cents extra. Phone 438-8711, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. or 438- 6925. Order before April 5. West Virginia Nurses Association: District 12 Meeting Thursday, April 5 at Home Care Plus office, Grey Rock Profes- sional Park, Lewisburg. at 7 p.m. Guest speaker Nancy Mullens, R.N./ Nurse Practitioner, who is affiliated with the Monroe Health Center. All members and non-members are invited. Blue and Grey Ball Lewisburg Elks Country Club, May 19. Tickets may be purchased at General Lewis Inn, Sunday, April 8, 12:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Period dress or black tie, $25 per ticket. Proceeds to benefit Lewisburg Foundation Conestoga Wagon Project. Deeds Dale J. Pitsenbarger senbarger to William H. acre, Lewisburg Dist., Betty L. Masters Dianne M. Beale, and Young, 15.40 acres, Irish $10, parent to children Raymond A. Bryant Bryant to Ernest H. Lewisburg Tax Dist., Arnold Morgan Viola Canterbury, 2.20 nor Dist., no consideration Jessica Dale Levine Jackendoff to B. R. Carter, lot, Cil David D. Rhodes Rhodes to Iven E. Martin Martin, .43 acre, Blue $7500 Retie O. Hicks to lots, City of Ronceverte Malcem J. Allen and to Richard A. Byrd and 3.55 acres, Irish Comer Melissa C. Brock and, Elizabeth C. Turner, 3.59 Sulphur Dist., less lars Edith Jones Butler and to David R. Butler and 5.044 acres, Meadow Bluff to child Sterling E. Snedegar to Angela B. burg Tax Dist., $7,500 Brack L. Campbell Campbell to Three Virginia Corporation, Meadow Bluff Dist,, Brack L. Campbell Campbell to Three Virginia 15 Bluff Dist. Grover O. Biars to and Jamie D. Cole, tractS, Dist., $36,000 Alva Wilson Blankenship to Ronald H. idene Bestic, 1,500 sq. ft., Dist., $600 Polly Hayes Withrow to Darrel L. acre, less than $100 Roger A. Boone to Gordon T. Ikner, Jr., Ikner, tract, Lewisburg $155,000 Emery Boone to and Elva Ann Persinger, Corner Dist., $4,800 Bowling Hardware and a West Virginia Bowling, Jr., $170,000 Alva V. Brooks Frankie McMillion, tract, Tax Dist., $1,500 Frankie McMillion and lion to Cecil Wayne Lilly, Bluff Tax Dist., $1,200 Lewis C. 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