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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 10, 1990 5A By Roberta Patton Rodgers GRAVESTONE ART seems the year of re- along with freedom ringing countries. Thank the good for freedom continuing in ists are more and more and tracing their ances- cemeteries through tomb- ~rt and gravestone tracings! art began in the s in New England. Today are going back to the old away from the towns for research. such cemetery nearby is at near Pickaway -- half-way to Union from Ron- you, and you to come and watch the unveiling of a mystery from the gravestone nearly 200 years old. Should I call in Angela Lansbury of "Murder She Wrote" TV fame with her detectives and apparatus? Sev- eral genealogists in Greenbrier, Monroe and Pocahonta~ counties can learn how to understand grave- stone art. At the dedication you have permission to walk through Old Lebanon and also New Lebanon in the ancestry hunt of gravestone art and history! Here's to you a chance to find that long-lost ancestor or perhaps a lead as to where to go. Tristram and Jane Nelson, his wife had 14 children. Their descen- 'Lebanon will be the highlight dants have reached the far corners where a Revolutionary of the earth. will be dedicated So help out by talking and writing May 20, 2:30 p.m. honoring about Tristram's Revolutionary War Patton. Tristram served in Memorial dedication: if you spread Guard to General the news by word of mouth, news- Washington during the paper articles, by letter writing, via War. I understand his radio, and TV coverage they will be lto General Washington were coming! !.anywhere Washington called Lebanon, Pickaway, Union, Sec- "far and wide. the dedication and the per- of the Williamsburg Fife Corps, an ancestry hunt of gravestone tracing will Paul Lilly, a member of the Of the Revolution, of Renick will give a demon- of gravestone tracing. Any contact me also if old tombstone phi- poetry or wishes of your from the tombstone three sides of Tristram old stone are writings -- I these writings were what or left word for his Lo have inscribed for anyone, take heed, who passed r a moment. I can only read --"Look Ye Stranger on the day of dedication to to me the other pc- Philosophy, and I want you, ond Creek and Ronceverte folk have certainly been cohperative thus far, and I have great hopes to hear from all the Valley. Those who say they read me all the time, please volunteer in some way. Es- pecially with your presence. Different clubs have been invited to participate. Gap Mills School will be in on it too. The Associate Re- form Presbyterian Church will be open for meditating and research. It was built in 1770 -- one, if not the, oldest church in use today. Picka- way Methodist Church will be open with their interesting small museum. For the ancestor hunt, wear comfort- able shoes as the mountain land is sometimes difficult to walk on. If it is hot, wear a hat. Take yellow soap (good for poison ivy), a stiff brush, chaulk and thin to medium white paper. Enjoy all the pretty flowers in bloom. See ya! Lobo Named ;r Lobo, M.D. has been ap- 1975. She will direct all Public Health Officer for Greenbrier Health Nursing, Environmental .... heaffh and Home Health Agency effective April 1. programs while providing direct care has been a family prac- in tuberculosis and family planning in Ronceverte since clinics. June Dean (left) Lewisburg's antique shops in- creased by four April 30 with the opening of Lewisburg Antiques and Collectibles, a collection of four stores under one roof. The new businesses, located on East Washington Street, are com- prised of Helen's Antiques, owned by Helen Costa; Tin Eagle Antiques, owned by June and Jerry Dean; Naive Simplicity, owned by Jan and Craig Phillips; and Nan and Buck's Antiques, owned by Nan and Buck Rogers. Response has been encourag- ing, according to Mrs Costa. A guest book kept near the entrance to the building showed large numbers of visitors from the Greenbrier Valley, in addition to 11 states and one for- eign country. "And that's only the first three days," Mrs Costa said. One third of them have been from outside Greenbrier County. When asked why antiques ap- peal to so many people, Mrs Costa said, '1 think a lot of people like to took around antique shops to ~e what certain items are selling for. Maybe they have some similar an- tiques in their homes, and they want to see how much they may be worth. Also, people like to look at unique things--those which aren't being made anymore." June Dean, of Tin Eagle An- tiques, said, "1 especially enjoy 'primitives'--furniture from the Doctor Darr Is Delegate and Helen Costa J 1700's and early 1800's I like to re- search the history behind them. Wouldn't it be fascinating if you could meet a person that old? Think of what they could tell you." Mrs Dean commented on the wear marks of antique furniture. "If you look at the hand marks on doors and drawers, made by repeated us- age over the years, you may learn some interesting things about ari- tiques. Wood gets a certain 'patina' to it after so many years of wear, MAY IS FOR MOM Remember your morn this Mother's Day with a present that wiq last. Flowering trees and shrubs are available in a wide price range. Roses, perennials, hanging bas- kets and potted plants are also sure to please her. Baskets, planters, clay pots and fancy hooks are here if you want to dress the plants she has. If you just can't decide, gift certifi- cates are available in any amount. I Windy Knoll Nursery is located 1/t I 14 mile north of 1-64 on US 219 1 Ii tOpen Monday thru Saturday 8:00I l }am to 4:30 pm to help you with yourI [landscape and garden needs. that is, it acquires" a certain glow from repeated handling. As my hus- band Jerry works with the wood in restoring antiques he sees qualities in the piece a customer would nor- mally overlook. We've also found letters, hat pins, buttons, gloves--a lot of things---in the drawers of an- tiques we've purchased Antiques are a fun way to find out about the past." Mrs Dean said Monroe and Greenbrier counties were home to several noted cabinet makers. "We are fortunate to have found several local pieces. We always try to trace the history of them. In fact, no mat- ter where we purchase a piece of antique furniture from, we try to find a bit of the history behind it." The 1,875-square-foot building is rented by the four dealers, who share the responsibility of manning it during operating hours. It is open every day but Sunday. Dr Eva Gallagher Darr, a clinical pharmacist at Spartanburg (South Carolina) Regional Medical Center, was recently elected by the Society of Hospital Pharmacists as State Delegate. She will represent the 600 member Society for a three year term. Dr Dart is a clinical pharmacist in the Drug Information Center at SRMC. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Univer- sity of South Carolina in Charleston, and completed a hospital pharmacy residency at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro, North Caro- lina. She joined the Pharmacy De- partment in Spartanburg in t987. She has been involved in coordinat- ing and planning the yearly fall seminar. Dr Darr is the daughter of Frank Galtagher of White Sulphur Springs. 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