"
Newspaper Archive of
Mountain Messenger
Lewisburg, West Virginia
Lyft
April 3, 1990     Mountain Messenger
PAGE 22     (22 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 22     (22 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 3, 1990
 

Newspaper Archive of Mountain Messenger produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




12B The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 3, 1990 O By Mary Walker The Rainelte Homemakers met at the home of Mary Walker on Green- brier Avenue, March 20. The meet- ing was called to order by vice presi- dent Elms Delinger in the absence of Janet Johnson. Devotions were given by Peg Burns entitled "Little Things That Matter." Ms Burns also introduced guest speaker Joe Pham who talked about radon. The Envi- ronmental Protection Agency dis- covered radon gas from the soil was going into homes all over the nation, and a study was made to see if ra- don causes cancer. They measure the radon by picocures. One pack- age of cigarettes a day is equal to 15 pc (picocures). To measure ra- don in your home use one of two kits. Charcoal cannister tests take 3- 7 days and costs $10-$25. Alpha track detector tests take 2-4 weeks and costs $20-$50. The charcoal cannister can be obtained at the Department of Health in Fairlea, Dr Pham said his house in Rainelle was tested. In the basement it was 7.3 pc and in the bedroom 1.0 pc. A study from the University of Maine showed in the 85 homes tested, basement, 6.4 pc, bathroom, 3.4 pc, living room 3.1 pc, bedroom, 3.0 pc and outdoor air .8 pc. Andrea Gainer stated her home is built on limestone and radon is very active in limestone. This was not known until recently. Her basement was tested at 71.0 pc. Radon comes from ra- dium, uranium lead and potassium. To reduce the radon in your home seal all cracks in the floor, around drains and between walls a.0d floor. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer. Call John McCutcheon at 645-1525 or write to Robert Anderson, 508 Brooks Hall, Morgantown for more information and be sure to ask for the booklet "A Citizen's Guide to Radon." A report was given about the International tea held in February at the home of Mary Walker. A bake sale is planned for April 12 at Kroger's in Fairlea. Ms Walker is to call all members and remind them. Dates of up-coming events were given by Ms Delinger. March 30 "Shine Your Green Thumb," Renick Fire- house; April 24-26, Spring Confer- ence at Jackson Mill. May 4, Spring nmBm|umBBm| Baker's Buttons and Bows Spring Open House April 6th and 7th 10 am - 4 pm Hand-made quilts, dolls, pillows, fine gifts and collectables. Come and enjoy free and cookies while you browse. enbrier Valley Airport I el~ ngaB mE mmm ~ i NBMB mm ! TRADE ANY OLD MOWER ON A NEW SNAPPER DURIN ALL.AMERICAN TRADING DAYS. GETAT LEAST Snapper walk mowers are built to do the job better and last longer. Special features include 6 forward speeds, differ- ential for easy turning, TRADEALLOWANCE' disc drive and Hi-Vac,* maybe more, on self-propelled walk mowers. *When you buy at regular retad price Not valid wtlh any other promotn)n Limit one lrad~in per transaction At Oacticipahng deal- eta Hurry, offer ends soon 422 EDGAR AVE. RONCEvERTE, W.VA. 647-5353 = Federation of Women's Clubs Meet At The Greenbrier Resort Mountain 4-H Club Conference at the Youth Camp. The Rainelle club is in charge of devo- tions. May 16, Beckley area meeting at the Brier Inn in Lewisburg. Cost is $7.75 per person and this has to be in by April 20. Dee Caperton is to be the speaker. The cost includes lunch and registration. Andrea Gainer gave her program "What's New At The Supermarket/' Some of the larger stores in the larger cities in the United States are trying E Video Cart -- cost $16,000. They are developing a new edible flower to fancy up salads and other foods. Greenbrier County is a perfect loca- tion for such a business, since we are close to The Greenbrier Hotel, The Homestead, Ramada and Holi- day Inns. New foods are coming into the Greenbrier Valley. On the aver- age every minute you spend in the store you spend $11. Very few of us would last five minutes. Some larger cities have mini-stores for the chil- dren, while mom is shopping. Free coffee and piano music -- a relaxing atmosphere to get you to stay and spend more money. Show and Jell - Crocheted af- ghan, Ethel Hylton and two embroi- dered quilts, Mary Walker. Pig-in. poke was won by Vivian Lusher, Andrea Gainer and Kathy Mason. Those present March 20 were Elma Dolinger, Kathy Mason, Jane Dilley, Peg Burns, Ada Brackman, Jayne Wickline, Edna Tuckwiller, Alvertia McMann, Helen Williams, Vivian Lusher, Ethel Hylton, Mary Walker and the two guests Joe Pham and Andrea Gainer. Among those present at The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur springs for the recent 84th Annual Convention of the West Virginia Fed- eration of Women's Clubs are (from left) Ruth Hunter of the Barboursville Woman's Club; her sister, Quindora Myles, Woman's Club of White Sulphur Springs; Margaret Boone Shanklin, chairman of the General Fed- eration of Woman's Clubs' which falls under the state's international af- fairs department; and Becky Gillespie, who belongs to the Woman's Club of White Sulphur Springs. Greenbrier Anti-Dru Sheriff McGuire Greenbrier Citizens Against Drugs met March 24 at John Wesley United Methodist Church of Foster Street, Lewisburg. Sheriff Perry McGuire was guest speaker and addressed '1he grow- ing problem of widespread drug use." Sheriff McGuire showed fac- similes of illegal street drugs and overused prescription drugs. Sam Atkins of Lewisburg, spoke O Saturday, April 7 at 10 a.m. In conjunction with the Ed King Auction. Located I mile west of Lewisburg Rt. 60 approx. 6 miles on Muddy Creek Mountain Road. 4040 John Deere Diesel Tractor w/2042 hours, end loader ,all hydraulic, cab,air condition & heater Set of 4 bottom 18" plows 12 Ton John Deere Wagon w/hydraulic dump. Sale conducted for the estate of Raymond R. Shinneberry of Pocahontas Co, Kermit Morgan - Auctioneer #479 Billy Morgan - Auctioneer #605 on "First Hand Experience." Liberty Singers of Lewisburg sang several inspirational songs. Door prizes were awarded and re- freshments were served. Sponsors of the March meeting were Sunset Terrace Motel, Gene Flanagan's Barber Shop and Farmer Mac's. Doctor Smith AARP Speaker Greenbrier Valley Chapter #671 of the AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) will meet Tues- day, April 10, at the Lewisburg United Methodist Church. Guest Speaker will be Dr Frederic Smith, Vice-president of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic medicine. The coq'ered dish luncheon begins at 11:45 a.m. and the program fol- lows. The Mountain hosted a public Asbury Hustlers, SmoOt tters, Towerlights March A devotional with theme was Brandon, president lights. Luthur Hanson Asbury Hustlers. teen leader of the Hustlers. Cindy dent of the Rangers. Marlene Pierson, ager of the West Vir presented a video of and gave a history of : it's beginning to the Trish Crane, 4-H program $1,000 scholarship to son, a national safety project. Cindy TucKwiller scholarship from Rangers to the Leader-Chartinc Attending from the tiers were: Mr and son, leaders; Ruth Hanson; Sherry Shafer, Mary baugh, Joey Foal Sampson, Curtis Buras, Brad Fry, Chris Luthur Hanson. Smoot Hilltop tha Harris, leader; Tina Harris, Monica ell Holiday. From the Mrs Albert Jones Jones, Margaret Brandon, Michelle Bittinger, Gretchen Brandon. Beulah Arthur and son, leaders of the ers; Tana Shafer, Tara Tuckwiller, Samantha Harrah, Cindy Patterson, Thomas Sykes, Valerie Harvey, Melissa and Guests were Mr Hundley. Bm Located I Mile from Lewisburg off Rt. 60 West, Mul Creek R I. I1 Y Mountain Road. Approximately 6 miles. (Watch for signs,) FARM MACHINERY & MISCELLANEOUS ,,,, NS,~4e In.temational Diesel Tractor, NH 467 Haybine (good), NH 65 Squire Hey Baler,l: I w =sea Manure ~preaaer, Pertilizer ~preader, Pull Type Lime Spreader, in- i] terqational Hay Rake, Pequea Hay Tedder (good) 2 Row Sod Corn Planter, In- ternational 350 Corn Chopper, Danuser Post Hole D gger, MF 3 Bottom Plow, 3 Point Wood Splitter, Carry-all (3 pt.), 2 Row Cultivator Hay Bale Sled, 3 Point Disc,.Pu'l Type Disc, Universal Head Gate, 3 Point Blade. portable Loading Chute, RI :~mall uompreseor, I-urrowing gut Plow, Old Ford Pickup Truck, Bee Hives, ~squnamark 11 HP Riding Lawnmower (needs repair), 2 Old Refrigerators, Lot of are Bales of Hay, Many Items Such as Wrenches and Tools. Sale Conducted for Mr. and Mrl. Ed King by .......... .... KERMIT MORGAN, Auctioneer #479 BILLY MORGAN, Auctioneer #605 TI m Lee!ted.4 miles South of Ronceverte, Rt, 219 past Organ Cave. 45 acres more or less adjoining Rt. 219 A very nice grazing farm lays well, has 2 ponds, old houSe, corn crib, good barn, also offers several beautiful building sites. Sale conducted for Jotin W. McClung by ......... Morgan's Real Estate & Auctioneering Kermit Morgan, Broker & Auctioneer #479 TERMS: 10% down day of sale, balance within 14 days and delivery of deed. Call 647-5970 for appointment prior to sale. ,lso: The following land will sell at 3:00 pm April 7. Located from 219 & 63 interchange at Organ Cave. Approximately 1 mile east at the former Killico Farm. Consisting of 23 acres, described as follows. Lot #4, has 6.66 acres, Lot #5 has 5.74 acres, Lot #6 has 5.35 acres, Lot #7 has 5.25 acres and all the above lots have 225 ft. road frontage and have recently been survayed. Lots sell individu- ally and not as a whole. Sale conducted for George Sively by Morgan's Real Estate & Auctioneering Kermit Morgan, Broker & Auctioneer #479 Terms announced day of sale. Th'e'Nick-o-Time 4-H Club in Pickaway had meetings in February and March. In February, Eloise Sibold did a presentation on good manners. Using role playing, the 4- H'ers acted out "Miss Manners" and "Nerdie Ned." Mrs Sibold set a din- ing table and taught about eating chicken, pulling out chairs, waiting for the hostess and many other ba- sic manners. It was a good way to learn! In March, Barbara Belcher did a program on giving demonstrations. Mrs Belcher went over all the points EcoTheater, with offices in Lewis- burg, was host to representatives of the Ak-Chin EcoMuseum of Mari- copa, Arizona and the Smithsonian's Office of Museum Property March 18, Martha Asbury-Faulkner, Eco- Theater secretary, said "A weekend of exchange was set us between the Dr Shane Del Cohen and Vivian Smith, representing the Ak-Chin; Nancy Fuller from the Smithsonian, HeY! ~1"i N 1 1 tt HOME DECORATING CENTER of a presentation and presentation herself. ways to get The 4-H'ers are round-up in April various levels of The blue ribbon Jackson's Mill and wide. On April 2, the nuat public meeting. presented the progr The club skits and songs. A her was served. and EcoTheater." Kathy Jackson, tor from Hinton and Henry" actress, Daniels, and Fran Monroe gins of Ec( The Ak-Chin and Central Arizona tished EcoMuseum 700 artifacts archaeological the Ak-Chins' develop an oral preserve knowledge before it is totally tion," Ms Asbury-FaU EcoTheater, a zation founded Lee, bases history, Offices for located at 343 ChUr more information, Asbury-Faulkner at See Us For All Your Decorating Needs. 209 W. Washington Street Monday thru Saturday Lewisburg, W.Va. 645"6348 8 am to 5