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Deeds Carver Terry to Willie Jack k and Annette Louise Hambrick, l acre, Meadow Bluff Dist., Morgan to Lois Holliday Arnold Morgan, parcel, Irish correction deed George G. Martin Michell Louise Martin, Louise Martin, tract, Alder- less than $100 Martin and George G. Martin (: Martin and Ethel Martin, tract, less than $100 Martin to Michael A Volpe A. Volpe, parcel, Meadow , correction deed Soos and Corenna L. Soos to Miller and Julia Miller, .277 $27,333 Hamm to Donna V Hamm, ~hur Dist., no consideration to Cynthia Sue lots, Town of Quinwood, wife L. Crocker to Berlin K. Dorothy L. Miller, tract, corrective deed A. Hefner to Linda Hefner Tay- Creek DisL, parent to L. Dillon, Carol A. Dillon, Dillon, and Leslie Dillon to and Anna M. Hoover, Dist., $4,500 M. McMurray to Harry B. Carolyn J. Snyder, 1.15 Corporation, $92,000 t. Cox to Patricia K Osborne, East Rainelle, parent to child Ratliff and Florence C. Rat- Ratliff and Betty S. Rat- Meadow Bluff Dist., par- L. Withrow and Linda W. L. Keeney and Juanita ,lot, Fort Spring Dist., $78,875 F. Lemon and George L. business as The Great Company, a part- F. Lemon; George L. J. Lemon; to David Becky Folden, 1.284 acres, 000 Worrell to James C. Cole- l sq. ft., Alderson Municipality, Robinson and Barbara Ann Vickey J. Williams, tract, less than $100 Williams to Adrian D. Barbara Ann Robinson, of East Rainelle, less than A. Mazzei and Tammie L. L. Asbury and Victoria J. .043 acres, Irish Corner Dist., to Dixon's, Inc., a !la Corporation, lot, White $1,5OO d Josephine F. Hal- $10o New Suits Filed Business Credit, Inc. Inc. Chrisman and Dennis vs. Kellwood Company, a ; Constance Taler, andof Kellwood Cam- Price, individually and Company; Terry and agent of Kell- wood Company; Sears, Roebuck and Company, a corporation; Burlington In- dustries, Inc., a Delaware Corporation; Springs Industries, Inc., a South Carolina corporation; and John Doe One Corpora- tion. The Board of Education County of Greenbrier, a Statutory Corporation vs. Joey Fitzwater and West Virginia Educa- tion and State Employees Grievance Board, a Statutory Board. Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. Aaron Miller and Margaret I. Miller Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. Jerry D. Quick and Drama M Quick. Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. Percy L. Honaker and Eva F. Honaker. Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana Hospital-Greenbrier Valley vs. Gerald E. Tinney. Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. Thomas H. Carter. Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. Jesse J. Rane and Kathryn S. Rane. Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. Oscar Sanford and Carol L Sanford Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. Bobby Mines and Betty Mines. Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. Michael W. Thomas and Tammy A. Thomas. Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana HospitaI-Greenbrier Valley vs. Curtis B. Reaser and Lisa M Reaser. J. C. Penney Company, Inc., a Cor- poration vs. Owen L. Posten and Sue A Posten. Greenbrier Anesthesia Services, Inc., A Corporation vs. Gerald E. Tinney. Larry Leon Barnette vs. Cheryl Lynn Barnette. William Yukon Knight vs. Debra Faye Knight. Carolyn Smith O'Neil vs. Stephen Vincent O'Neil. Joyce C. Rogers vs. Carter D. Ro- gers, Sr. Normal Jean Feury vs. James R. Feury, Jr. Homer Graham, Jr. vs. Beatrice G Sloan Graham. Carol Ann Lynn Kenney Cayanus vs. Lawrence Earl Cayanus. Jeffery Dean Oster vs. Deborah Gale Wang Oster. Rebecca F. Loudermilk vs. Harry B. Farnack. Lynda Kaye Wells vs. Gene Edward Wells. Barbara Ann Frazer Enox vs. William Newton Enox. SS Needs ght Address "Social Security beneficiaries risk suspension of their benefits if they fail to inform the Social Security Administration (SSA) when they move," Roger B. Evans, Social Se- curity manager in Covington, said. "Frequently Social Security sends important information as well as monthly checks to beneficiaries by first class mail. If the post office re- turns the mail as undeliverable mail, benefits may be suspended," Mr Evans stated. In 1989, thousands of pieces of mail were returned to SSA by the post office. Most of the people whose mail was returned receive benefits through direct deposit, So- cial Security was able to locate most of the beneficiaries through contacts with financial institutions, post of- fices, and additional mailings. About 8,000 people could not be located and had their benefits suspended. Most of these people eventually contacted Social Security with their new addresses, and their benefits were reinstated. When most people received benefit checks at home, changes of address were reported promptly to Social Security. With the use of direct deposit, people have been likely to forget to keep their address records current, Mr Evans said. To report a change of address or direct deposit information, contact Social Security. The Covington So- cial Security office is located at 214 West Main Street. Greenbrier County residents may dial "00" and ask for "Enterprise 1135" or call col- lect 1-703-962-4941 or call toll-free 1-800-234-5772. The Mountain Messenger,=Fhursday, May 10, 1990 3A II I John D. Longanacre Savings Up to 50% in all departments Always Quality Name Brands at Reasonable Prices !; Lewisburg, WV 24901 Polo Travel & Tours, Inc. Is Pleased To Announce That JEAN DRANSFIELD Joined Our Staff As Tour Director. has been operating tours for the past -- 1990-T five years with Monroe Tours. JUNE 18- 22 Washington, D.C. White House, Capitol, Smithsonian, Mount Vernon, Arlington and much more. AUG.31 - SEPT. 3 = Hotel, General Jackson Showboat, Opryland Park, City Tour and much, much more. .: 5 i CALENDAR OF EVENTS May May 18-20 May 4 & 5 May 5 DEC. 2- 4 Wheeling, W.Va. FeStival of Lights, Shopping, Victorian Home Tours ea, Oglebay Park and more. May 11-13 Call For Details Or Mail In Coupon. Prices Available Upon Request. Phone: 645-1944 Longanacre Funeral Home May 18-20 May 18-20 May 18-20 May 25-27 Annual Show-Me-Hike at Greenbrier State Forest. For more information, contact Helen Searle 536-2500 "Men of Greenbrier" Concert, Carnegie Hail. West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine 10,000 Meter Classic Race. For more information contact Sharon Howard 645-6270. Mother's Day Bike Trek, Cass State Park, ride the Cass Railroad to Greenbrier River Trail and bike to Organ Cave. For more information call Cass State Park, 342-6600. Battle or Lewisburg Re-Enactment. On Saturday there witl be an historical camp display, home tours, band concerts, and period costume ball. Sunday, there wilt be a picnic and re-enactment of the Battle of Lewisburg (which was fought on May 23, 1862). More information, contact John Mcllhenny, 645-1000. Arts and Crafts Fair, Fairlea. All handcrafted items and baked goods, more information contact Nadine Smith, 645-1276. Railfan Weekend, Cass Scenic Railroad. For more information call 456-4300. Dandelion Festival, White Sulphur Springs. For more information contact Frank Collins at 536-1721 or 536-1724. Blood Mobile Extends Thanks The Greenbrier Chapter of American Red Cross wishes to thank the ladies of the Ronceverte Mutual Improvement Club, and par- ticularly Mrs Rosalee Underwood for support in sponsoring the Blood Mobile April 27. Thanks also to the nurses who donated their time -- Mrs Mark Flynn and Virginia Smith. Alfred and B. C. Taylor helped upload and load the van. Thanks to the Ronceverte Baptist Church for the use of the church facilities. There were 52 people as possible donors, 44 pints were collected with two first-time donors. Gallon pins were presented to Elizabeth Strauser for three gallons, Alan Bowes for four galoons, Ann Black- man, one gallon, and Cindy Black- burn, two gallons. SHERI HANSHA W, M.A. , C S. W. INDIVIDUAL, COUPLE, and GROUP COUNSELING 207 W. Main Street Ronceverte, West Virginia (304) 645-1638 YOUTH CAMP th Mother's Day 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. Adults $6.00 Children under 12 $3.00 Sponsored by Lewisburg Lions & Lioness Club Magic Carpet Stores proudly introduces STAINMASTER LUXURA Carpet. STAINMASTER LUXURA Carpet was created for the discriminating homeowner who s good taste seeks luxury and who's good sense demands performance. STAINMAsTER LUXURA Carpet iS-the richer, thicker carpet for luxury, that lasts. This. carpet, has passed rigid_ international tests for.. resistance to matting and crushing, and cemfied and warranted by DuPont. 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