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May 12, 1987

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10B l The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, May 12, 1987 ~ $ AR(EREI lid ~$WA B~.~SINf tEAS[ tOSl RAD~ IIVI vql~ ~W V v v y v v FOR RENT For Rent: Office and Small Business space available. Seneca Square, Fairlea, WV. 645-6199. O,/27 fin) For Rant or Lease: Vacant Lot directly behind Fairlea Produce. Direct entrance on Rt. 219. Call 645-2400. . .~1/27 fin ) For Sale: Large house lot, on Old Powell Road w/city water, septic tank. Must sell. Asking $13,000. 445-7104 5:30 PM ONLY. (4/28-5/19) For Sale: 2-yr.-old Angus Bull. Tom Lemons. 772-5190. (5/5,12) REAL E~;TATE For Sale: Land. Large and Small pieces in Monroe and Summers Counties. 772-3510. (4/28tfn) For Sale: Townhouse inSilo Square. Call after 5:00 p.m. 645-2793. (5/12) House for Sale: 3 bdr., 1Vz bath, Kit., FDr., Lr-w/FP.,, DB gar., F.Base., Oil & Wood Fir., Brick, 1 acre. Great for kids! Price negotiable Call 645-7148. (5/12) For Sale: Good 2 bedroom house on 75'X100' lot, natural gas, city water and sewer, $20,000. 536-1585. (4/28tfn) FOR SALE ] For Sale: 15' hber glass boat w/100 HP Jolmson Motor Call 7725782 (5/12,19) For Sale: Boats- call 647-4236 between hours 6:00 p.m. till 10:00 p.m.. (4/7 -5/26) For Sale: 1 yr. old portable Kenmore dishwasher like new. Will consider reasonable offer. Phone after 6:00 645- 2284. (5/12) ?, Smoot Elementary honor roll 5th 6 Weeks 6th grade Jason Gwinn, Jared Robertson, Teresa Talbott, Tara Burns, Brad Gilkerson, Amy Coulter, Amy Harris, April Holliday, Robert Holliday, Lynn Williams, Melody Copeland and LaDonna McClung. 5th grade (Jest) Jennifer Adams. Chris Holland, Sean Keesee, Wesley Riddle, Marty Holliday, Heather Boggess, Michelle Goins and Shawn Hanna. 5th grade (Coughlin) Troy Hunter, Tara Tuckwiller, Denny Ritter, Roger Wills, Darren Cohenour, Jaime Morris, Julie Bowtes, Ryan Keesee and Nathan Burns. 4th grade Erika Henson, Lee Lytle, Thur- man Workman, Jamie Akers, Car- rie Rodgers, Nikki Carr, Terry Holliday, Heather Scott, Gary Osborne, Eddie Gumm, Robert Walton, David Hanna and Travis Holliday. 3rd grade (Byars) Gregory Tharp, Kelly Wills, Aleasa Parker, Laura Ide, Tonya Ritter, Mitchell Holliday, Amanda Martin, April Bennett and Tonja Hanna. 3rd grade (Pennirrgton) Roberta Helmick, Mark McClung, Valerie Martin, Jerry Morris, Rachel Donavan, Travis Hunter, Brian Holliday, Gene Goins and Willie Witt. Dr. Terry D. Lesko wishes to announce the opening of West Virginia Radiology Associates with offices at 119 Maplewood Ave., Suite B Ronceverte, WV 647-5578 iiii ii ii AN ALTERNATIVE TO CD's Due to tax reform act several insurance products are offering rates of return in excess of C.D.'s with tax advantages. EXAMPLE: Male, age 65, non-smoker, invests $12,573. first year surrender value $13,996. (11.3% return). Death benefit $25,421. Rate of return varies depending on age, deposit, and health. For an explanation of tax advantages and your situation, please call or return... [Pacific Fi nanc'i a-I-Ass-ocia't es--- I Jeff Hanson 645-6057. I PO. Box 27, Lewisburg, WV 24901 I NAME I I , I I I I IPHONE I [AGE I mmmmmlmlm ACCEPrNo SuBsrrig/Es FORANDERS QUALm. TM When you buy Andersen' brand ~ indows, roof windows and patio doors trom us, everything you get is 100% A mt,'rscn. That includes such accessories as insect screens, extension jambs, and- for bay and bow units-head and ~atboards as wall as plyw~d platforms. The Andersen~ name or trademark on these items is a sure sign of top quality. Genuine An&rsen qualit): We won't settle for any substitutions. And neither should you. Come home m quality. Andersen. S.J. Neathawk Lumber Inc. Rt. 219 N., 1-64 Interchange Lewisburg, WV 645-1351 , ~ 7 'i Liz Scott, President of Valley Trails Garden Club, is pictured presenting a $200 check for the landscaping/beautification project at Lewisburg Elementary School to Dr. William Fox, principal. Members (left to right) Linda Walls, Dot Quick and Lois McCormack were present for the event. ' rf~ ~I/~___Z-~ 'tlmerlcan ~._~ Beef'Industry Valley Trails Ga Club has meetin Eighteen members of the Valley Trails Garden Club met on April 22 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Betty Jo Peoples with Dot Bennett serving as co-hostess. The President, Liz Scott, graciously welcomed the members and guests, Sara Hunter, Master Christopher Quick, and Dr. William Fox. Dr. Fox, Principal of Lewisburg Elementary School, spoke on the landscaping and courtyard learn- ing area projects at the school. The club shared Dr. Fox's enthusiasm for the project and voted to donate $200.00 towards the beautifica- tion/educational outdoors area. The President reported high- lights of the State Convention and South Atlantic Regional Conven- tion held in March at the Green- brier. She announced that tickets for the May 4 council luncheon at the Lewisbu~g Methodist were available for $6.00 that our club will su cookies for the Wildflower age in May. Barbara Bra,~s~ord, chai the Arbor Day Prc 315 white pine seedlings, ments of WestVaco were c ed to Lewisburg Lewisburg Intermediate The children were most with their Arbor Day trees The Greenbrier Manor project will be May 13; needed and should Ann Rowlands, Chairman. Sara Neal Hunter was mously and heartil, new member. The next meeting w~ at the home of Linda Quick serving as co-hosteSs. LEGG'S CLEANE SINGER SEWING M/ SALES & SERVICE LEWISBURG WHITE SULI 645-2565 536-21a USED CAR TION B \ Discounts Good On Straight-Out Buys Only TRADERS AUTO SAL Mon.-Fri. 8-S Sat. 8-4 962-2108 Craig Ave., Covington, VA eDave Mann Gerald Morris ,Buck Inc. U O 51( Caldwell ,Rusty Coffey ,T-Bone Montgomery ,GregWilli