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2A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday May 17, 1990 American Legion Auxiliary Unit 69 Meeting Monday May 21, 7p.m., Legion Hall, Lewisburg. Tim Yates of Frankford and Debbie Sponaugle of Renick will be mar- tied Saturday r/lay 26. Mr Yates is the son of Billy and Madlene Yates of Frankford. He is employed by W. T. Reynolds Oil Company of Lewis- burg. Ms Sponaugle is the daughter of Frances Workman of Renick and Is employed by the John Bell Company of Lewisburg. An open house reception will honor the couple Sunday May 27, from 4 p.m. til 8 p.m. at their new home on Spring Creek Station Road South, Renick. All friends and family are invited to the reception. ,i i,m i = i i i i llll Special Savings on Spring and Year-round Suits Fashions by KINGSRIDGE and CRICKETEER. Suits regularly priced from $295 to $375 re-priced l rom $225 $295 for a limited time. Quality and performance of fabric and tailoring translate into Value --value for you! ,, ,, ~ , VISA MASTERCARD AMEX YARID'S CHARGE ii i n!l ,i llnl i Lewisburg 647-5000 ii i ,ll,i i i i, i i u H,,H Iml I distributed for sale at this time. Members we need you. attend. Poppies will be Please try to Bostic/Jackson/Honakers VFW Post 3116 & Auxiliary, old fashioned chicken & dumpling dinner, Satur- day, May 19, 4-7 p.m., at Ca/dwell Presbyterian Church. $4 adults, $2 children under 12. Gray Stone Baptist Missions Revival Fair/ea, May 21 through 25, 7 p.m. each evening. Eddie Goddard from Chattanooga. Everyone welcome. Nursery provided. Pastor Youe/ A/- tizer. One-Man Show "Co. Aytche: (Company H) Memoirs of a Confederate Soldier," Carnegie Ha//, Lewisburg, Friday, May 18, 7:30 p.m. Also performing, musician Jim Costa. Tickets $3 adults and $1 students and senior citizens. For additional information, ca//645- 7917. Pocahontas County Democratic Women's Club Meeting May 22, 1:30 p.m., Conference Room of Pocahontas County Courthouse, Mar/inton. Public invited, refreshments served. Items of dis- cussion: spring luncheon and new membership drive. Renick Citizens Public hearing and second reading of ordinances imposing $3 tax on dogs and two-per-cent tax on utilities (taxes to be used for street im- provements), May 21, 7 p.m., Mount Hermon United Methodist Church. National Association of Retired Federal Employees Greenbrier Valley Chapter #994 will meet May 23 at City Hall in Alderson at 2 p.m. All retired federal employees are invited. Farmers' Day 1-K Race Sponsored by Union Lions Club June 2. Register the day of race at Union Elementary School from 7:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. Location is 20 miles south of Lewisburg 219. The course is in back of Willow Bend Road. T-shirts will be given to all finishers. Entry fee $8. English Placement Greenbrier Community College will hold testing for Engfish placement Thursday, May 17 at 5 p.m. for all students who wish to enroll in English classes for the summer or fall 1990 semesters. Saint Charles Borromeo White Sulphur Springs, Saturday, May 19 and Wednesday, May 23, 8:20 a.m. rosary recitation after the 8 a.m. Mass. Tuesday, May 22, 7:30 p.m. Pastoral Council meeting. "Good Grief" Thursday, May 17, 7 p.m., a support group for those suffering grief due to divorce, loss, separation or death of a loved one, will meet in Tuke Hall, Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, Wh#e Sulphur Springs. Rummage Sale The women of the Henning Church of God will sponsor a rummage sale on Crawford's parking lot, Friday, May 18. In case of rain, the sale will be re-scheduled. I I illlll I III II I i I~|1 I= Falrlea Beauty Salon Welcomes Freda Sheppard Freda welcomes all her friends and customers ne , location. Freda and Jane offer all hair services including, Electrolysis, Beauty Control Cosmetics, free color analysis and make overs including Permament Cos- metics. Call: 645-6279 Mon.-Sat. for appointment on everything in our Summer. Style Cofalog HURRY,.. SALE STARTS MAY 13th and ends May 26th SAVE on Women's Apparel On Pull out your Summer Style Catalog and order now, or see catalog in our Store TO PLACE YOUR CATALOG ORDER, CALL ADDRESS: 208 S. Court Slreet HOURS: Lewlsburg, W.Va. 24901 MObIL-SAT. 9 AM - 6 PM , Deeds Lynda A. Jackson to Joan L. Moore, 52 acre, Frankford Dist., $23,000 Robert L Clemens and Georgia V. Clemens to Larry N. Bowman and Debra E. Bowman, 1.007 acres, Lewisburg Dist., $55,000 Samuel P. Tale and Sheila L Tate to Samuel D. Tate and Patricia Price Tate, 1.7 acres, White Sulphur Dist., less than $100 Samuel D. Tate and Patricia Price Tale to Samuel P. Tale and Sheila L. Tate, tracts, White Sulphur Dist. and Sweet Springs Dist., less than $100 Robert Edwin Boone and Barbara E. Boone; Ralph Harold Boone and Char- Iotte M. Boone; David W. Isner and Elizabeth Winston Arney Isner; Kathryn D. Isner Keaton and Mark S. Keaton; Al- ice Rae Boone Riecks and John Charles Riecks; to Alice Rae Boone Riecks and John Charles Riecks, 20.16 acres, Fort Spring Dist., no consideration Greenbrier Surveying, Inc., to Robert Glenn Rowe and Karen June Dodd Rowe, tract, Lewisburg Municipal Tax Dist., $8,000 Michael W. Spencer and Myra Lynn Spencer to R M. Spencer, tracts, Wil- liamsburg Dist., children to parent Frankie Ray Montgomery to Lewis Myles, doing business as Lewis Myles Enterprises, one acre, Fairing Spring Dist., $I ,200 Quena Zicafoose to Chris E. Traxler and Freda K. Traxler, 54 acres and 113 poles, Blue Sulphur Dist., parent to child Quena Zicafoose to Freda K. Traxler, tracts, Blue Sulphur Dist., parent to child Shelva J. Honaker to Terence L Bit- tinger and Debra L. Bittinger, 3.02 acres, White Sulphur Tax Dist., $25,000 D. Roy Coffman and Pauline Coffman to Jimmie H. Coffman, lots, Fort Spring Dist., conveyance between parents and child D. Roy Coffman and Pauline C. Coffman to Jimmie H. Coffman, 25.6594 acres, Fort Spring Dist., conveyance be- tween parents and child Ruth Wyrick, Attorney-in-Fact for H. H. Wyrick; to Ruth Wyrick, tracts, Meadow Bluff Dist., husband to wife Final Divorce Susan L. Legg vs. Rickie C Phyllis Louise Slate vs. Slate Larry J, Small vs. Sarah R Kathryn Jean Richards Emmett William Sullivan Hollis Y. Freeman vs. Freeman Deborah Sue Bradley James Bradley Lishia Ann Bland vs. Bland John Wallace McClung Lynn Morgan McClung Melissa Lynn Jones Douglas Lee Morris Donna Sue Stover vs. Stover Charissa Sue Herndon Darrell Herndon James Lester Cline vs. Slates Cline Alvin L. Barnes vs. ridge Barnes Donna Sue Skaggs vs. gene Skaggs Richard C. Hair vs. Monna1 Betty F. Suttle vs. Edgar D,! Pamela J. Feamster vs. Feamster Jannette Edwina Kin Wayne King James R Griffin, Jr vs. Griffin Joyce S. Callison vs. son Vanessa Lee Burns vs. Burns Mollie A. Milam vs. Milam Chester Elmer Brand|n, J| Graham Brandon Betty Lou McCraw vs. McCraw Nesta S. Morgan vs. dan Richard Lee Llerena Mary Novak Llerena L.( Ray M. Clark vs. Shirlety New Suits Filed Almost Heaven Hot Sabbeth Industries, Ltd. Greenbrier Valley Robert K. Ringstaff Greenbrier Valley Patricia F. Highlander George Henry Lewis to George James Alan Carr vs. April Henry Lewis and Alex A. Lewis, tracts, First National Bank in Frankford Dist., transfer from uncle to West Virginia Corporation vs- self and r~ephew Belcher The Bank of White Sulphur Springs to Gloria June Ferguson vs, Don L. Aleshire, one-half acre, Frankford Ferguson Dist., $12,000 Winona Janie Lang vs. Edith Jones Butler and Howard Butler Lang to Paul Edward Butler and Joseph Dean Donna Jean (Reaser) Butler, 1.201 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., Clayton Dale Napier less than $100 Jeffrey Allen Ambler Hunter Ambler Lonzo H. Patton and Shirley Patton'to Peerless Fuels, Inc. vs. Wade S. McClure, 5.135 acres, Meadow Coal Company Bluff Dist., $30,000 Dolan Dane Dunbar vs. Boyd D. George ,and Suzetta George Dunbar to Emery E White and Betty E. White, Dewey A. Lilly vs. 1.0781 acres, Frankford Dist., $24,000 mons IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT MATERIAL FOR Articles submitted to The Mountain Messenger written or clearly written in order to be considered for Please include your name and a telephone number may be reached during business hours. The Mountain Messenger reserves the right to edit and regrets articles cannot be returned. Letters to the editor must include a fell] signature and If you would llke a photograph returned, please addressed, stamped envelope. Vehicle Sales we are over Stocked with used Pickups and Broncos. Stop by and check our selection. 'Make us an offer we'll make you a Customer" at Monroe Motor Sales, Your Ford Dealer in 1989 AEROSTAR WAGON XLT, V6, auto, AM/FM/eass niles one owner SAVE on Boys' Sportswear SAVE on Home Furnishings PHONE: 645-3121 1983 F250 4X4 133 WB 1977 F250 HI) V8, 4 Speed Bed, ............................. $5590 1986 DODGE D50 4X4 4 eyLautomatic trans. ............................... .$e590 1]~| FI$0, 414, V|, lgW/ BIONCO !11, V6, 1983 BRONCO 4X4 automatic, XLT, air cea automatk, wm $11J00. 1982 Chev. 6 Cyl., automatic trans, tioalag, was $12,900. Now automatic ........................ .$4990 ............ 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