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Continued from P~=ge 1-A Teachers' Association; Delta Kappa Gamma of the Roncev- School PTA; secre- Youth Camp Trustees' Board; secretary of the All-Star Chapter; vice- and president of Salem's the Church; a Sunday president, vice- secretary of the Ron- Club; president of Community Center. Mrs Shanklin has District President of Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) of West Virginia and has served on the State Board of Managers for that organization. She presently is a member of the GFWC council. She also is president of the Greenbrier County 4-H Leaders As- sociation. Mrs Shanklin received the Distin- guished West Virginia Award for Meritorious Service in 1970 and the Outstanding Elementary Teachers of America Award for 1975 in recog- nition for her contributions to the ad- vancement of elementary education and service to her community. THE PAST DOES AFFECT THE PRESENT for Adult Children of Alcoholics and Problems of Adulthood 207 W. Main St. SH'ERI HANSHAW, M.A., C.S.W. Ronceverte, W.Va. 24970 (304) 645-4638 Coming to Greenbrier Valley Mall NE-OF- -KIND!! __ A --Don't Miss It! Portraits Best Poses (on Kodak Paper) [l 4 sets in one pkg. when taken Balance tax on delivery _NEGATIVES FREE No extra charoe for Qrouos Wallets THI.._._SS PK___G. DELIVERED - NO HIGH PRESSURE SALES!) Plus...FREE 10xl3(with package) of Greenbrier Valley Mall U.S. Rt. 219, Fairlea, WV. E E Fri. & Sat. May 25th & 26 Pllote|rlph)' a Fri. 1.7 Sat. 11-4 OUR PHONE RANG 2,000 TIMES THIS WEEK! mail, too, from buyers. People from America. Why are they calling and writing NATIONAL REAL ESTATE? OUR FAMOUS CATALOG of UNITED NATIONAL catalogs are read the world. ILLUSTRATED PROPERTY FOLDERS of thousands of property folders are sent to buyers who have already contacted us. We to send them a property folder with pictures description so they can make an appointment to property. PROPERTY BRIEFS IN COLOR of property briefs are mailed to buyers These briefs describe the property and are by color photos. .... CONFIDENTIAL LISTS ; receive daily end weekly confidential lists of who have seen our never-ending national ad- h We know what they want to buy. And where. ;enables us to match their needs with properties :we have listed. '" NATIONAL ADVERTISING ,, . Nationat's year-round advertising appears in )ublications that reach over 45 million readers. J need a buyer for a business, farm, country estate, historic home other kind of real estate, call us today!! "= MOUNTAIN HOME PROPERTIES h Broker Sales Associates: S. Jefferson St. Marianne Cedarleaf - 6454110 WV 24901 Kay Gumm - 392-6263 ,, 645-4110 ANYTIME ,~ L l, ,~ l, b, ~ J,L J~ la la lue Sky... Page / Continued from 1-'~ Pegasus project book with space-re- lated information and activities to complete. These booklets were de- veloped by Volunteer Coordinator Dixie Lee Hoke through a grant from the West Virginia 4-H Foundation. Miss Hoke is a retired elementary school teacher who volunteered at the Teacher Resource Center at NASA when she lived in Hampton, Virginia. In appreciation for assisting with the Pegasus Program, Captain McBride was presented with two "hometown" gifts; a basket of cheeses from Cheeses of Monroe, Ltd. and a box of bottled Peter's Mountain Spring Water from Nu- Mint of Lindside. At the conclusion of Captain McBride's program, awards were given'to those students who scored highest on their booklets for their grade level at their school. Gap Mills Elementary: Fourth Grade --- Cathy Hoke, Fifth Grade Kristen Hill. Union Elementary: Fifth Grade --- Lori Walker, Kim Wolfe, Becky Miller, Sixth Grade -- Heather Vance. Greenville Elementary: Fifth Grade --- Rachel Comer, Sixth Grade --- Joan Weikle. Peterstown Elementary: Fourth Grade -- Heather Woodson, Fifth Grade --- Regina Morgan, Sixth Grade --- Brandon Dunn. Recognition was also given those teachers whose classrooms had the highest level of participation in each grade. Those teachers were: Fourth Grade -- Betty Brown of Peterstown Elementary Fifth Grade ---Julia Higgin- botham of Union Elementary Sixth Grade -- Doris Taylor' of ~ Union Elementary. u Galford... "My tatl er was an excellent story teller and entertained us and all the neighborhood children with his homespun tales. These included stories of log camps, hunting, ghost stories and imaginary trips filled with adventure. '1 taught for a year at a one-room school at Woodrow, West Virginia, where I met and married W. Robert Gatford. Robert is a full-time farmer who raises pure bred Suffolk sheep and has a cow~calf~beef operation. He is also office manager for Poca- hontas Producers Livestock Market." The Galfords have two sons: Ran- dall, an attorney at Richwood, and Lowell who works for Clemson Uni- versity at Bath, South Carolina. "1 worked for 22 years for the Department of Human Services. during that time I was a Child Pro- tective Service Worker and Juvenile Court Worker. I retired in July t987. I work as a tour guide at the Pearl S. Buck home in Hillsboro now. Stone... Continued from Page 1-A and farm. He died shortly after she left and was buried the next day in the church's cemetery. Several years later the body of Ingrain and 94 others killed in the battle were re- interred in the Confederate Ceme- tery up the hill, according to family records. Ingram's son James Madison Stone, Bill Stone's grandfather, served in the Twenty-fourth Virginia Cavalry until September 1864, when he was captured at the Battle of Winchester. He was freed in a pris- oners-of-war exchange in May 1865 at Harpers Ferry and returned to Greenbrier County. His son Charles Emmett Stone, Bill Stone's father, was born in 1872. Bill was born in 1918. '1 remember a lot of things my " Each OffiCe Independently ~ l~ u ,, Owned and Operated ~, j, NATIONAL REAL ESTATE h b b 1. 1, kt ~ h h The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, May 17, 1990 3A Continued from Page 1-A "1 have written all my life, but have never submitted anything to any publisher until the past couple of years. In 1989 I did have an ar- ticle published by Progressive Farmer magazine. I have gotten several rejection slips. "Robert and I have one grand- child, Andrew, who is three. I often tell folks that if I had known how much fun grandchildren were, I would have just skipped having chil- dren and had grandchildren instead. John D. Longanacre Owner...Director Longanacre Funeral Home ~) Gap Mills A $4,000 grant was awarded to Gap Mills Elementary/Junior High School April 18 by the West Virginia Department of Education. The money is for a variety of audio-visual DO VETERANS RECEIVE SPECIAL BENEFITS AT TIME OF Yes, there are certain death benefits for which veterans may be eligible. These benefits are less substantial than they used to be, but they are still worth investi- equipment and for travel,gating as to the amount of eligibil- "Let's Hear itfor t-fie-Arts~-was- ity. The regulations may change the name of the match-free grant competition. Gap Mills Parent- Teachers Association (PTA) mem- ber Naomi Cohen wrote the grant proposal and was assisted by Plan- ning Committee members Connie Parker and Susan Ryan, two teach- ers at the school. The $4,000 will be used for a new sound system for the gymna- sium. Also to be purchased wit} be a video camera, video-cassette re- corder, and color television set, all to be used for student productions. The remainder of the grant money will help pay travel expenses for stu- dents attending debates and other student competitions, according to Ms Cohen. The Messe~ ]1 PEOPLE .: from time-to-time on Veteran and Social Security benefits so you may wish to check these out with these government agencies or with us. Payment for these benefits is not forwarded automatically. :orms must be filled out and ap- )lication made for them. We can )recess these claims for you or viii help you contact the V.A. di- rectly. Feel free to ask us about other benefits survivors may be entitled to. LONGANACRE FUNERAL HOME Fort Spring, WV 647-4025 1 o::li,,t tt*tttt"t ~! *t-it i~ ""'HP'-! ..... ,-- -, ,; ,;;;;';"i;" ~ tSt grandmother [Virginia SampSon ..~.-.:.'::h.t..: .... ,:.!..b.l..h.||:|....:f.fl!.l~tlltl|/lhlf.lhlh:l.:,,:f,h:ffd;::i~. Stone] told meabout my grandfather ,.'::.;" .... ................. ...,, and the war, Mr Stone says, "A :"" couple of my cousins have done a lot of research into our family his- tory. 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