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Springs -- Mrs Sarah 82, died March 28, moor, Virginia hospital, illness. 20, 1908, in Bath County, ~was the daughter of the late ,yrd. was a member of the First Church in Whim Sulphur Mitt Garden Club at Spnngs and the Eastern in death by her Cosby in 1960. one son, J. W. Cosby at First Presbyterian Sulphur Springs with Gurley officiating. Burial Memorial Park at Low were made by Home in White Sulphur es Mrs Tressie Hodges, 49, 1990, in Marlinton after a of Wirt County and a Methodist Church. Joseph Parsons of Henry, Dalton and all of Munday. Services were at Lambert with Evan- officiating. Arrange- | by Stump Funeral Home, Vbs Mary Madge Kramer, 29, 1990 in a Marlinton long illness. 1892, at Huntersville, she the late George Mac Sharp Ervine. member of the Meth- She was preceded in hUsband, Dr Charles S. brothers and five sisters. a daughter, Betty J Germany, formerly of grandchildren, Sherry and Jeanne Boone, randchitdren, Tiffany Knox. at VanReenen Funeral with Reverend Ted Burial was in Mountain ton. amsey Lou Emma Ramsey, 23, 1990, at her home r 7, 1930, at Buckhannon, Ihter of the late James Brooks. homemaker. in death by her hus- band, Clarence Clayton Ramsey in 1975. Survivors include a daughter, Brenda Lewis of Fort Spring; three sons, Alva, Clarence and Clayton Ramsey, all of Carl; two half-sisters, Rosie Davis of Edmond and Nellie Hammons of Hintn; four brothers, James Brooks of Gilbert, Benjamin Brooks of Nettle, John Brooks of Mansfield, Ohio and Gordon Brooks of Grantsville, and six grandchildren. Services were at Mountain Baptist Church at Carl with Reverend Mark Sea- crist officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. B. V. Reed Oak Hill -- Deputy B. V. Reed, 41, died March 24, 1990, following a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to Fayette County Sheriff Bill Laird. Born November 28, 1948, at Charmco, he was the son of Billie Van Reed Sr and Geraldine Morris Reed of Charmco. Mr Reed was deputy sheriff for Fayette County with 11 years of service, was a member of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 118 and Chairman of the Beard of Trustees and was a member of the Fay- ette County and West Virginia Deputy Sheriff's Association. Survivors include his wife, Faith Lavern Blake Reed; a daughter, Ads Alice Reed of Lewisburg; a brother, Gary Reed of Springfield, and a sister, Donna Reed of Rainelle. Services were at Tyree Funeral Home Chapel in Oak Hill with Reverend Hous- ton Soothe officiating. Burial was in High- lawn memorial Park in Oak Hill. Arrangements were by Tyree Funeral Home in Oak Hill. Virginia K. Riddel Spencer -- Miss Virginia Kirk Riddel, 84, died March 26, 1990, at home after a long illness. She was a retired schoolteacher and a member of First Baptist Church, Spencer and Mission Circle of the church Surviving: nieces, Martha Mandt and Dorothy Diane Smith, both of Lewisburg, Helen Simons of Lansing, Michigan, Katherine Smith of Haverford, Pennsylvania. Graveside service was at Spencer Memorial Cemetery with Rever- end Lester Walker officiating. Arrangements were by Vandale Funeral Home, Spencer. Lucille B. Wood Baltimore, Maryland -- Mrs Lucille B. Wood, 81, formerly of Alderson, died March 25, 1990 in a Baltimore hospital, following a long illness. Born December 16, 1908, at Alderson, she was the daughter of the late Horace and Gussie Stewart Brown. Survivors include a son, Phillip Wood of Baltimore and a sister, Marie Nelson of Lewisburg. Arrangements were by Lobban Funeral Home in Alderson. an In Priscilla Maren Help Your Child Develop developing his or her interest in me- Mechanical Inclinations chanical things can really pay off in By the time they are 3 or 4 years years to come. old, some children, boys more often Something Fun To Do Together than girls, get the reputation of Draw a map of your neighbor- being "wreckers." They unscrew the hood, and let your child draw the knobs of drawers, they turn the houses, the people and the animals washing machine dial so that it on the map. doesn't work any more, they break their mechanical toys by trying to take them apart. These children want to find out "how it works" and what "makes it tick," but they don't yet possess the skills to take things apart without wrecking them, or to put things back together again. Parents can help such children to develop their interest in mechanics, and keep them out of trouble, by giving them plenty of things to take apart, plus an inexpensive set of screwdrivers and wrenches to use, Ask your friends and neighbors, and look in trash cans or at the local dump, for broken or discarded items such as clocks, record players, toasters, transistor radios, wind-up toys, old electric motors. Cut the wire off all electrical items before giving them to your child to take apart, so that there will be no possi- bility of plugging them into electric current. When your child has finished with an item, he or she can either get you to help put it back together, or simply throw it away and get started on taking something else apart. You may feet a little skeptical about giving your child something that has been picked out of the trash, but the opportunity such items afford for a young child to work on Something To Make With Your Child Jinglestick -- You need a stick of wood about 4 to 6 inches long and about 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick (square molding is good, but a sturdy stick from a tree will do), two or three bottle caps, a large nail (about 3 inches long), a smaller nail (about 1 to 2 inches long) and a hammer. First, you take the hammer and punch a hole in the center of each bottle cap, using the large nail. Then have your child string the bottle caps onto the smaller nail. They should fit loosely. With the bottle caps on the nail, help the child place the joint of the nail near one end of the stick of wood Hold the nail steady and give it one or two strong taps so that it will stand by itself. Then hold the wood steady and let your child hammer the nail down until, it's no longer wobbly. About an inch should re- main sticking up so that the bottle caps can jiggle around. Now your child can shake the jingle stick and listen to the sound it makes. It is a good accompaniment to dancing and singing. If you make another one, the child can hold one in each hand and can tap them to- gether as well as shake them. Ole! @ Dear Lorraine: You were my best friend. Now that you're gone, I'm very sad. I Arbaugh Thanks We would like to express our ap- preciation to our friends and neigh- bors for their support and kindness during the sudden death of our brother, Walter William Arbaugh of Cornstalk. Special thanks to Rever- end Jack K. Wallace officiating and funeral home in Lewisburg. The Arbaugh Family didn't want you to go, but you're in Heaven with God. I miss you so much. I will never forget you. I wish you were still here. I'm so glad we became friends. We were more than just friends, you were like my mother. I will always love you. Diane Scott Lewisburg The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 3, 1990 7A Greenbrier County residents who have a physical or mental impair- ment which prevents them from working should consider applying for Social Security disability benefits when it appears the impairment will last 12 months or longer, Roger B. Evans, Social Security manager in Covington, said. Social Security dis- ability benefits can be paid to work- ers under 65, disabled widows and widowers 50-60, and to unmarried adult children who become disabled before reaching 22. Under Social Security, a person is considered disabled if h~ e~r she hat a severe ;mpairment which pre- vents tnem from doing any substan- tial gainful work or result in death. No payments can be made to a disabled worker, widow, or widower for the first five months of disability. Greenbfier County residents may cati toll-free by dialing "00" and ask- ing for ENTERPRISE 1135 or 1- 800-234-5772. Persons having diffi- culty getting through on ENTER- PRISE may call Collect on 1-703- 962-4941. The Covington office~ is located at 2t4 West main Street, Covington, Virginia. To Settle the Estate of Beryle and M. Helen Huffman Sweet Springs, WV prii 7- 10:00 A.M. Oak Doul~ Door China Closet. ~ Pm-CIv, War Pegged Table. Smati Oak & Papist Hatv(~ Tei~e, 2~ Po~l Creek ~ WMI Blue FealPmr, P~ Crleatnu GrWn Box ~ Wide Boa.'ds, Oak Lamp Tail, B4u11 LantlM1, Old Chums. Dated Can~ Jars. Oak Rocker. )0tchen Cabinet, Rayo OR Lamp, Hu~ Tn,~rtk, Firm Bell, ~ ~ Egg Crate, Kettles. Crou Cut Saw. Corn Sheller. White ~. ~ Pole Hall Trsa, 8-Pc. Depmulon Glml, ~ Glass (hazzomld Pieces), walnut veneer China ~L Sad Itor~, Coke Baffle Olxmer, McCoy Flower PaL "Rat)eats At The Weir" Pilcher. 2 Pocket Welctws, Did Saddle. Salt Glaze Bowl. GUNS: .35 Remington Automatic Rifle, Single B4u~il .410 Shotgun..222~0 Gauge Savage WI~ Scope, .25 Automatic German Pistol..25 Automatic Pistol..221.22 Mmg. 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