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6B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 10, 1990 By ANDREA GAINER WVU Extension Agent, Home Economics, Greenbrier County Money is a major cause of prob- lems for both established couples and newlyweds. There never seems to be enough money to meet every individual's needs and wants. Disagreement is normal and inevitable. But the chal- lenge is to have open discussions that lead to cons[:uctive ways to settle differences and to reach work- able, satisfying agreements. Today, the majority of most new- lyweds wilt be two-paycheck fami- lies. Before they ever say '1 do," en- gaged couples should examine their short- and long-term goals. Among the financial decisions these couples need to discuss are: What type of decision-making styles fit them best? How much will they .... -~Be W~iing i0 iis}en and to com- promise, don't insist that things al- ways be done your way. Try to understand the feelings of others. Remembe~ that children need to learn and practice financial management, also. Find a time when problems can be discussed calmly. Accept the fact that financial decision making is a complex, life- long chaUenge that takes coopera- tion and self-discipline. Recognize that financial man- agement is a learning process. No one becomes a good financial man- ager overnight. Accept responsibility for keep- ing up to date on financial services, options, and the state of the econ- save and/or invest for their long- omy. term goals? Develop a system of financial Whether you are engaged, new- management to fit your individual lyweds, or an "old married couple," and family goals. There is no one you'll find these eight guidelines will correct way to manage finances. help you improve your family's finan- TODAY'S CHUCKLE: The par- cial decision-making process: ents gave their daughter a new car Show respect for others' rights as a birthday present. On the wind- and their personal val0es. Don't shield was a card signed, "With all make personal attacks, our love, Mama and Pauper." i, m m WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS TO US (AND ABUT 50,000 OTHER FOLKS) CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 647-5724 Fireworks' Miss Linda Winebrenner of Fairlea re- turns to display her ceramic crea- tions at the Spring-a-Fair. Annual S ,arts Fair Set May 18, 19 and 20 is the week- end for the Spring Arts and Crafts Amy Ingram Greenbrier College Trainee The third Miss Fireworks Pageant was held in Alde'rson Saturday, April 28. The pageant queen reigns over the annual Alderson Fourth of July Celebration and represents Alder- son in the West Virginia Association of Fairs and Festivals Pageant. The winner was Lori Marie Carter of Alderson. Lori is s~xteen. First runner up was 18-year-old Terri Lyn Boggess. Second runner up was Stephanie Gall Baker, sixteen. Third runner up was Susan Ann Fatten. She is seventeen years old. The winner of both Miss Photogenic and Miss Congeniality was 17-year-old Amanda Jackson. All winners live in Alderson and attend Greenbrier East High School. Miss Fireworks received a $500 scholarship from Greenbrier Valley National Bank. The first, second, and third runners up received $200, $100, and $50 savings bonds re- Fair sponsored by the Lew sburg, spectively. Miss Photogenic will re- Business and Professional Women's ceived an 11 by 14-inch color photo Club. Admission is free. The craft show will be held at the State Fair- grounds which provides ample park- ing. In addition to numerous booths consisting of woodcrafts, ceramics, needlework, and baked goods, there will be concessions stands for light lunches. The public is invited to browse and shop for unusual hand- crafted items The hours on Friday May 18 are 10 a.m. until 8 p,m,: Saturday May 19, 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. and Sunday, and gift certificate. Miss Congeniality received a $25 gift certificate. Contestants were judged in three categories, interviews, street wear, and evening wear by a panel of three judges. The master of ceremo- nies was Claude Jones; pageant di- rector was Linn Hanson. Escorts were Rick Cline, Trent Gabbert, Joe McCallister, Mark Keadle, Ricky Honaker, and James Kirby. Other contestants in the pageant were, April Lynn Lewis, Jennifer Kaye Car- ter, Jennifer Elizabeth Knapp, Bar- (Left to Right) Back: Margaret Friend, LPN, Bridgeport; RN, Lewisburg; Yuvonnie Ashworth, RN, Charleston. Front: Joanne Light, RN, Charleston; Catherine Relihan, RN, wisburg. Not present, Stella Evans, RN, Huntington; Victor RN, Weston. Celebrate 'Their As an activity planned to draw at- tention to Nurses' Day, which was May 9, the Board of Directors of Concerned Nurses of West Virginia held their annual meeting in Char- leston. Chairman Twyla Wallace, RN, said "contacts with nurses in other states, as welt as West Vir- ginia, reveal a complacency in the profession because of a false notion that the nursing shortage has stopped the movement by organized nursing to require a nursing degree for all registered nurses and an as- sociate degree for licensed practical nurses." A letter was read from the Louisiana Association for Diploma Registered Nurses regarding efforts by the National Commission on Nursing Implementation Project to The term differentiated the more popular term nowI two levels. This the Advertising Council, to project the image of nurse as only those grees." Mrs Wallace re Board members that the in the nation (North mandated the proposal waived those req of their shortage of nurses. Mrs Wallace said, "In ginia there are 17.986 censed RNs, including out-of-state; 34 per cent ploma nurses; 38 per cent Degrees; 16 per cent cent baccalaureate dec fields; 6 per cent above. There are 11,714 122 North Court Street, Lewlsburg, W. Va. 24901 May 20, from 9 am. until 4 p.m.barn "Allison" Shearin, and Leslie close educational programs in Lou- ticing in West Virginia. -' ,' Booths will be judged on attrac- tiveness, neatness, and venous Jean Still. is~ana for licens'ed practical nurses. 7400 currently licensed L Guests at the pageant were Shannon Sprague Miss West Vir ' m i other qualities. Ribbon awards will . . Th~s commission was created by the ticing in West Virginia. tn 1! [ I be presented in four different cate- ' - American Nurses Assoc at on to were 637 graduates from ginia Association of Fairs and Festi- move the nursina educational svs- I [ I gories with one going to the bestvals" Sarah Lobban the 1989 Miss tern to two leve~ ..... " grams and 413 grads frornL _ ' ' s ns[eao o[ Tour.grams in the state." [ i overall display, t-ireworks; Jeri Benton, Miss Shang- i I I i " for additional information callhal: Susan Jarrell, the 1988 Miss,I, Ir~.,,.'ll _._....at. f',~'lL .... I r | Dare Brown, 645-2117 or Dreama Fireworks; Margaret Simmons, 1989 -Jalent nOWl Flower ,, Sarah Loudermilk, 1990 AIderson Greenbrier Valley Theatre's A flower arranging works I I I fGOOD-'LOOKINGI Furth of JulyQueen; Christine Pi- Yuth Act II is presenting a talent/art held May 7 at the First Pro' , t L 4, [ / GOOD- [ Grey, M ss Ronceverte River Festi- show at Carnegie Ha,, May 26, at 7 Church in White Su,ph r | I! ADVERTISEMgNTS| val p.m. There wilt be cash prizes for sponsored by the Greenbrit ~ ~ ' lk i i APPEAR IN / Entertainment was provided by 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in both talent cil of Garden Clubs. The~ Susan Jarrell H R McVey Detra and art. ,~ non-refundable entry fee was conducted by certifie4 d ~ THE n i McVey, the Fourth of JulyCourt, of $12 (per group) will be collected show judges, MrsClaUde rl [ | |l i | CONTACT | Lois McVey, Adrian B~esemeyer's from all Talent participants. Entries Mrs Fred Martin and Mrs OUR SALES DEPARTMENT iii I I I ,ill m I / ~,o,, / Dance Class the Alderson Junior in the Art Show are free, but you still Wingo. ! !! ii! I- ............ ::e, ' L 647-5724 J --. ~-..-.4-.'...~-... o .... n-. A-.--N.. have to register For more informa- f:rgee; dltmg On: itor al~ I t~on on reglstermg please contact of FCI (Federal Correctiona Institu- oft .m im ,,. m, i m, i ' --" i shows which will be Aug~ hon) . . Devin Preston at 645-1223. Tickets the state fair of West Virgij I il III IiExtra income, August15 .... I _'! Are you a sharp mdtvidt|ai I= The flower shows are s~ ur tcm.h,r~, ar, ,,,,ud to ha\, b~_tn leadm, tht , ~f ~. ,i~ % ,~ ' " i '}: ...... " g ' I IiwantiI'lg {o earn extra dol-III II !".,! II ~ ht~lpde~ik h by the ereenbrier Garden ~.,P'.v, V |ortxccHellcc Jrl edtic.ltioi1 t;.H.,4o ,oi]g. i I1at75 p" your owlI thi,e'? [~e-m aH lhUtheA~th le~ta~ ?h: GMra;dM;tchubS,, .c/~{tb For 12"3 vcam, we've been striving, h)r impr,,ved I IIglrl II]aking hefty protits ira- i II ILm, "Funky Garage Sale. "Whether you show on August 11,:fchVa;and curricula, text book,, and teaching materials. For 123 I ~mediately by simply show- i~ .... lng and taking orders lrom year.% we've, been tigh/in:qt{)r tcacht .s and tca~J,j,lg I =our;mpressive color (atalog: "~_.,~ come to perform, or whether you Jeffries of kewisburg H0~;i?p~ condition~, ' m m .. . ~ -- ~ ~~ come to watch, we hope to see you " , , I .IOI over 3,000 items. Choose r"~ there, and we thank you for support- Garden Club will be chairr0~. 1-7'7 Chancts arL that you r~mcmbcr that spcchfl I Ilyour own customers-set ~ show August 15. The c~"ug/13)'~'j teacher, lhe person Who worked with you so that ! lilYur own hours! P, etailers li ~ ing youth in the Greenbrier Valley," have indicated there are ',~LE-.~h thi,,gs made c,,sc. /,,,. teacher wi,,, you the I IIwek'n'e' too. III Osteopathic Medicine GVT member Amy Johnson said. different types of design ' ;; ::anR; confidence to tr\ ...... who hclD,d make tilt' ~('orld come I m"l We send you everythiltg ~ - I schedule (his year. 1~) ..... , . m>. ,o Elmore's Farm Supply, Inc. Green MittGardenCIOb~ /~,nd tilt, cn,|zwcs ,IR tt~at tc,|CltLr wo'-. ,/ m('mocr | ~Price l ist or'(ier forms and l~ Sulphur Springs hosted, t~ of the West Vir~.inia,: tdt,catio,,./\'.,,ociat,,,n. . h.,dav, .i =,-~,~-,,;;i~n._. ................ Send ~o lm Horse Show Specials shop Mrs G. T..Buskirk 'S~! tomorrow, and mto the next century; WVI:A wilt I t(refundable after lhst order} J of the council. continuc leading the way for educational c\cellencc, Iilt''" i , I i Surprising World i Western Pleasure Saddles ............... $200.00 Montague Drive -'. West Virginia s teachers: / of Products Bridles ............................................................ $19.00 and up White Sulphur Spri :: Workin-" for our child-"- = =ill 107.B East Washingto. St Halters, Blankets, Pads, Combs, Brushes i~! it t5 "~:'" I I~ Lewisburg' W'Va" 24901"1427 ~I B l~ , IIi for our future, llQucstions?Phone(304)647~5551 rooks 1:11;; Riding Estate Auction School I0:00 hem. Location: Old Smith Transfer Building, Route 60, Covington, VA. This sale will be conducted to settle the estates of Mrs. Dorothy Balsey of Covington and Mr, Earl L, Murray of Troutville. 1971 Mustang, 35,000 original miles, 302 engine ANTIQUES Several old quilts including Texas Star & Yoyo Armand Marsctlle Doll #ASM$90 composition & china dolls costume iewlery sterling & gold jewelry antique metal can sealer oil Paintings hats & POcketbooks heeded handbags 2-Art Nouveau pincushion (lolls trunks Marx electric train ( in box ) 12.tin trucks & cars (in box I baskets wooden music box some fruit tins coffee trade card 4-tin cigarette advertising (2) bumpers for 1953 Chevrolet GLASSWARE & COLLECTIBLES Depression glass milk glass stemware Carnival glass Hull pottery Roseville vase (Snowberry) Nippon vase (camel & palm trees ) JeweI-T oil lamps calender plates (1912, 1917) Sterling dresser set anniversary clock German musical clock lots of linens sterling candleholders platters cookbooks ironware milk glass lamps FURNITURE Windsor piano & bench 2-Living room suites antique tilt-top table antique writing desk oak flat wall cupboard primative cupboard Oak Morris chair oak low boy dresser maple bedroom suite including ladies dressing table w/bench Karagheusian oriental rug several braid rugs 2-swival rockers Mahogany drop leaf table Mahogany buffet Mahogany china cabinet Boston rocker maple end tables old cedar chest $1 gold piece $5 gold piece $20 gold piece 1/2 ct. diamond ring Misc: $2V~ gold piece $10 gold piece 94 ct. diamond ring I ct. diamond ring gold iewelry Magic Chef Gas Range, RCA color console TV, 2 frost free refrigerators, Wizard 5 hp tiller, 7" circular saw, White sewing machine, Hoover portable washer, Cobra cordless phone, 2-vacuum cleaners, Misc. tools and household Items too numerous to mention. Prior Viewing: Morning of the sale. Terms of sale: Cash or good check with settlement on day of sale. If you are planning the sale of anything of value or for additional information call... Tommy Garten Pat Chariton (703) 962-115S VAAF 096 Don Charlton (703) 473-3939 ELMORE'S "We're The Farmer's Friend" 647-4355 FARM SUPPLY Basic English Taking Now! Carol Hall- 536-2212 "'Your New Connection To Better Lag ,1-8OC Wo~ki~i TO MIk! o.,