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County Board of met in regular session 7:30 p.m. at Union Ele- In action by the calendar for 1989- to make up instruc- lost due to the work two days are re- made up and will be !the end of the school ~day for students will be last day for teach- 200 day employees travel requests were Sable, Deborah Linda Dowdy for as required by grant :Mr Sable will travel to 9-13; Ms Buckland will attend training Atlanta on May 7-11. be paid from PALS travel was approved Elementary students Roanoke to attend the ram. discussed the recom- !by the State Building Au- an architectural firm be to assist in the develop- for consolidation of Proffit reported that he Kirkham, with Region I were exploring to upgrade the wa- services for educa- the community at personnel action -- Sue Upton, ~hool, effective at the school term; John coach, Green- John Hill, assistant Coach, Union High Absence -- Debo- March 12 until Employment -- rymple, Recruiter for Enhancement regularly scheduled Will be held at Green- May 7, at 4 p.m., fol- regular board meeting Deeds Richard N. White and Lynna S. White to Joseph P. Cuppari and Catherine M. Cuppari, parcels, Williamsburg Dist., $1,000 Marion C. Williams And Betty J. Wil- liams to John W. Dickenson and Lisa K. Dickenson, 1.368 acres, Frankford Dist., $44,000 Bobby L. Dotson and Patricia A. Dot- son to Robert Walton and Ruth Walton, lot, Meadow Bluff Dist., $32,000 Linda F. Arbaugh to Joyce Guet, lots, Town of White Sulphur Springs, $12,000 Juanita A. Tate and Charles O. Tate, Jr., to Ann Tare Bell and Kathleen Kinsey Tare, .44 acre, City of Lewisburg, par- ents to daughters West Virginia Housing Development Fund to Cutting Edge Construction Com- pany, tract, City of Lewisburg, no consid- eration (grantor is an instrumentality or agency of the State of West Virginia) Mary E. Bittinger to Mandi Bittinger and Alissa Bittinger, lot, White Sulphur Dist., parent to child Virgil Berry and Lizzie Berry to Larry Wayne McKinney and Hazel McKinney, 1/2 acre, Anthony Creek Dist., parent to child Charles M Burr to Aston-Greenbrier Limited Partnership, a North Carolina Limited Partnership, tract, White Sulphur Dist., corrective deed Albert H. Sabbag and Valerie Sabbag to Lawrence S. Windon, Jr., and Vickie L. Windon, .152 acre, White Sulphur Municipality, $29,000 Wilbur Hall and Mildred Irene Hall to Billy T. Hall, 1/2 acre, Frankford Dist., parent to child Arnold R. Humphrey to Leslie E. Hefner, parcels, Meadow Bluff Dist., $3,000 Houston B. Moore, Jr., and Shirley M. Moore to Deborah Lee Cox, tracts, Fall- ing Spring Dist., $132,000 Agnes M Ambler Mick and Robert G. Mick to Dorothy Lee Halcomb, lot, Fort Spring Dist., $5,500 William L. McNeel and Mary F. McNeel to Harry D. Davis, Jr., and Lynn A. Davis, 153.4 acres, Blue Sulphur Dist., $200,000 Ted Wiley, Sr., and Patricia A Wiley to Cloris A. Trainer and Flossie M. Trainer, lots, Town of Rupert, $34,000 Carl L. Harris, substitute trustee; to David Groves and Lena Groves, parcels, Town of Quinwood, $10,000 Frederick Lee Shelton to Raymond C. Ward and Marian L. Ward, lot, Fort Spring Dist., $30,500 Larry F. Reynolds and Janice Rey- nolds to Esther S. Reynolds, tract, Fall- ing Spring Dist., correction deed Beneficial West Virginia, Inc., a West Virginia Corporation; to Charles Freder- ick Moody ard Sara Jean Moody, tract, Blue Sulphur Dist., $15,000 Noah J. Smith to Larkin Roscoe Triv- ett and Billie Louise Trivett, 1.728 acres, 51ue Sulphur Dist., $29,500 Terry M Wentz and Linda B. Wentz to James R. Stookey and Carole J. Stookey, .946 acre, Lewisburg Munici- pality, $132,000 Lloyd L Fitzgerald, Jr., and Kelly L. Fitzgerald to Faye Pollard, 1.519 acres, Blue Sulphur Dist., $52,000 Ruth McClung Nellen and Dr. James W. Nellen to Edwin A. McClung and Mar- garet T. McClung, 342.01 acres, Wil- liamsburg Dist., $225,000 Leon D. McFall and Debra Ann McFatl to Van B. James, II, and Terri L. James; 1.049 acres, Lewisburg Dist,, $39,900 Murrel E. Blake and Nyeitta H. Blake to Brad E. Blake, 1/2 acre, Lewisburg Dist., $10 Murrel E. Blake and Nyeitta H. Blake to Brad E. Blake and Anna S. Blake, tracts, Lewisburg Dist. and Fort Spring Dist., $32,000 James R. Bailey and Marion E. Bailey to Donald K Taylor and Connie S. Tay- lor, 15 1/2 acres, Frankford Dist., $15,000 New Suits Filed Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. Michael R. Hardy and Elaine I. Hardy First Virginia Bank-Highlands vs. Gre- gory A. Honaker and .Kathy Dunbar Ho- naker Bank of White Sulphur Springs, a West Virginia Banking Corporation vs. Joy L. Bland and Donna J. Scott Alma Paulin Green vs. Charles Wil- liam Green Robe'tt Lee Dowdy vs. Joan Frances Dowdy Martha Perry Sulser vs. Charles Lee Sulser Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. William E. Boggs and Deborah Boggs Betty Lou "Persinger" Wright vs. Everette Lew,s Wright William L. Martin vs. John D. Harrah Debra Ann CIoninger Landis vs. Ha- rold Eugene Landis Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley vs. Melvin Harless and Mary E. Harless Avery Atkins vs. Sharon Atkins Ruby Jean Ramsey vs. Anthony Lee Ramsey Nonette Cosgrove vs. Edward Miles,- Brown Ruth Ann Propps Hednck vs. Jerry Wayne Hedrick Brenda Lou Smithson vs. Robert Leon Smithson Oscar Nelson, Jr. vs. Thomas A. Nel- son and Patricia S. Nelson, his wife; Eric Nelson and Ann P. Nelson, his wife; Jen- nifer J. Lynn, single; Laura Jones Pray and David Pray, her husband; Charles T. Jones, Jr, ahd Allison Jones, his wife; and O. Nelson Jones, Single James F. Puffenbarger and Betty J. Puffenbarger vs. C. W. Lewis Inc., a West Virginia Corporation The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 10, 1990 3A Hermann Rusch Thanks By Jonathan Wright Carnegie Hall executive director nesses considering a move to the Vivian Conly presented an optimistic Greenbrier Valley. picture of the cultural center's future The center will conduct a "major at the April 5 meeting of the Lewis- fund-raising effort" in May, she said. burg Merchants' Association. Businesses and individuals through- "With the expected sale of the out the area will be asked to buy Greenbrier Center [owned by the memberships and give contribu- Department of Health and Human tions. Resources, which also owns Came- In other business, the merchants gie Hall], we feel we're going to end heard an update on plans for the up in a better position than we are Battle of Lewisburg Re-enactment To our wonderful friends many thanks for all your get well cards, prayers, flowers and masses. Vi- olette and Hermann Rusch greatly appreciate all your kindnesses. Our sincere thanks to everyone. .v.n now'.sa, "A,=..ot,t W..k.n to be M.y 1820 looks as if the best route is for Car- Rosalie Detch said she is interested John D. negie Hall to be given to the City of in renting the basement of "The Bar- Longanacre Lewisburg. They will be able to give racks" museum building, at the car- I IO''r"O'r"'ril assistance in the upkeep of the her of U. S. 219 and Randolph II IJ t.onganacre /I building, and that is very important Street, to a small gift shop operator ~ Funeral Home to US." President Larry Napier announced I~Jl Ms Conly was introduced to the the nomination committee will meet group by attorney Jim Gerl following in preparation for the group's 1990- a short business meeting. She re- 91 election of officers. marked that Carnegie Hall has had Mr Napier introduced Ramona a growing economic impact on the Goutiere to the group. Ms Goutiere area as more persons from other began work April 1 as the full-time areas come to its programs and director of the Tri-county Economic spend money on meals and lodging. Development Authority. Her office is Additionally, she said, Carnegie Hall located in the City Hall building in provides a strong appeal to busi- downtown Lewisburg. In The best things in the Greater Greenbrier Valley are free... | clud,ng The Mountain Messenger SHER! HANSHAW, M.A., C S.W. INDIVIDUAL, COUPLE, and GROUP COUNSELING 207 W. Main Street Ronceverte, West Virginia (304) 645-1638 - SHOP FEDERATED - For NATURALIZE Shoes We Have Over 60 Styles To Select From Prices Starting At $38.95 Lewisburg, WV * Phone 645-1944 WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A ( RtEVING WIDOW? Because it is so difficult to know how the bereaved really feels, we advise that you not say, "1 know how you must feel." It is not necessary to force a conver- sation, nor to extoll the virtues of the deceased to the grieving fam- ily Silent expressions of emotion (like a firm gripping of the hand)ll and a simple, 'Tm sorry," are fre-I quently more eloquent than talka- tive attempts at eulogies. Listening and just "being there show that you care. Your pres- ence is indication of your desire to be sympathetic and comforting. Above all, don't try to jolt a trieving widow out of her grief. lime will do it for her gradually. ;he must first accept the loss, then begin to live with it and pass throegh several emotional stages before the natural healing effects # time take hold. We welcome your questions md comments on this and other subjects .... privately or publicly, through this column. LONGANACRE FUNERAL HOME Fort Spring, WV 647-4025 Library in Union Public Library have as two of 6 West Vir- to receive a $5,000 3ate in the Bell At- Library Association project. This pro- ned tO create a libraries pro- )racy programs, ac- spokesman for One, a Bell Atlantic County and Peter- Will use the grant to then their current My LIPPS -- The Library Literacy Project for Parents. The program is designed specifically for illiterate and functionally illiterate parents of preschool and school age children. Project coordinator, Judith Azulay attended a training session in Washington, D.C. April 3. In addition to the $5,000 grants, the Bell Atlantic-ALA Family Literacy project includes a literacy fair, a training seminar for librarian/literacy specialist teams, a clearinghouse of family literacy materials, and an awards program honoring the most outstanding family literacy initiatives developed by participating libraries. STEPHANIE "SAM" FIXTER Certified Massage Therapist Specializing In Relaxation Pain Relief Stress Management By appointment At the office of Dr. William Lemley 203 1/2 E. Washington St., Lewisburt 645-1174 Jable care In a sensitive environment e Succeeded Last Summer The Gap Mills PTA to the COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION to bring the same motivation, expertise and organization to run our school system as I to being Chairwoman of the Gap Playground ProjecL PAID FOR BY THE CANDIDATE Those of us who live in the Greenbrier Valley share a special heritage...a special feeling towards our neighbors, the history we share, and bright promise of our future. Greenbrier Valley National Bank believes our strength is the strength of our community. Our future is in the dreams of our children. Our commitment is to make the Greenbrier Valley a better place for us all. Now you can help us keep the valley green when you stop by any of our four offices and pick up a tree seedling to plant. Schools, civic and church groups are welcome to pick up a bundle of seedlings for mass plantings. The seedlings are free, and will be available while supplies last. Greenbrier Valley National Bank. Keeping the Valley green. GREENBRIER VALLEY NATIONAL BANK ALDERSON . LEWISBURG . RAINELLE . RUPERT Member Allegheny Bankshares Member FDIC J g,