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2A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday May 24, 1990 / ! Our NEW publishlng date Is THURSDAY. PITTSBURGH PAINTS Deeds Rodeey D. Nutter and Nancy B. Nut- ter to Curtis H. Keister, tract, Meadow Bluff Dist., $t2,000 ' New River Pocahontas Land Con1~ paw to David L Bennett and Wanda E Bennett, lot, Town of Marfrance, $500 Martha Lynn Smith to William H Creel; ~n V: Creel Golden B. Balti- Ann E Baltimore, 44 acres, $22,000 " Shirley A. Blagg to Mack E. Flesh- man,. 11 acre, Town of Rainelle. $100 .... : Merr orial Day Sale. S-SlO White Speedhide' Acrylic Latex Flat House Paint An easy-to-apply exterior house paint. Formulated to provide a tow sheen, blister-, fume- and mildew-resistant paint film for application on exterior wood, masonry and primed metal surfaces. Speedhide" Latex House & Trim Paint A semi-gloss, durable finish for new or repainted wood and metal sudaces. Versatile enough to use above ma- sonry and colored siding. Mildew-resistant on paint film for its own protection, , Margarette Virginia Dean, Judith Dean Young, Edwin Young, Helen Dean Waid, and Raymond Waid, Jr, to James D Barton and Lola W Batton, lots, Town of White Sulphur Springs, $t6,000 Curtis L. Hinkle and Barbara Hinkle to Charolette A Crane, lots. Town of Rupert, $10,000 Milton Rex Harrah and Roberta Lee Harrah to James Shawver and Thelma Shawver, 1.88 acres, Blue Sulphur Dist., $2,000 Paul W. Bennett and Hallie C. Ben- nett to Westvaco Corporation, 70 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., $25,000 David L. Folden and Rebecca E. Folden to Michael E Pierson and Christy A. Pierson, 13,177 sq ft, Lewisburg Dist, $58,000 Edgar W. Napier and Dorothy R Napier to Pauia L. Shrewsbury, 1.29 acres, Lewisburg Dist., $67,500 Daniel R Boone to Robert A Boone, 79 acre, Irish Corner Dist., $50,000 Estel W. McDowell, Jr., and Anita White McDowell to Donald B Webster and Cynthia L Webster, 2.701 acres, White Sulphur Dist, $73,000 James Douglas Estep, Donna Estep, Stoughton Gilkeson, and r~ ;~ ... S Gilkeson to Stoughton Gilkeson and De- borah S Giikeson, ;ors, Meadow B;uff Dist., less than $100 Mattie Eugenia Burns to James Rem- ley and Betty Remley, parcels, Me~ow Bluff Dist., less than $100 Robert Edwin Boone, Barbara E. Boone, Ralph Harold Boone, Charlotte M Boone, David W. Isner, Elizabeth Winston Arney Isner, Kathryn D, Isner Keaton, Mark S. Keaton, Alice Rae Boone Riecks, and John Charles Riecks to Kathryn D. Isner Keaton and Mark S. Keaton, 67.44 acres, Fort Spring Dist, $15,326.50 Calvin Z. Cline, Bonnie Sue Cline; Melvin R. Cline and Nioka Gail Cline by Calvin Z. Cline, their attorney-in-fact; and Calvin Z. Cline, to Roy Mahon and Linda Mahon, 708 acre, Anthony Creek Dist., $2,0OO Jessie G. Burns to Carl Gene Burns and William F. Burns, 148 acres, Meadow Bluff Tax Dist., transfer be- tween parent and children Lon, nie M Boggs to Gordon Bogge, Forest Boggs, Emmett Boggs, Chester Boggs, Margaret Neudorfer, Geneva Kitchelt, Violette Wyatt, and Agnes 'Sur- baOgh, lots, White Sulphur Dist., less than $100 Cherry River Coal and Coke Com- pany to Helen Yeager, Burton James Gwinn, Jr., Franklin Gwinn, Harry Gwinn, Dorothy Murphy, Margaret E Clifford, Rosalie Judy, Virginia Counts, James Murphy, Alvin Murphy, Wayne Murphy, Zenna Brown, Zenetta Aclkins, Linda Nagy, Evtin Stanley, Melvin Stanley, Karen Bess, Jackie Boothe, Patricia Boothe, John Boothe, and Icie Ducan, 4611 acres, Williamsburg Dist., quit- claim deed without consideration Samuel Eugene Lewis to Jo Weis- brod, 53.05 acres, Lewisburg Dist., $26,50O New Suits Filed Humana of WV Inc. dPo/a Humana HospitabGreenbrier Valley vs. Grover Shaver and Marjorie Shaver, Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana~ Hospital-Greenbrier Valley vs. Jeffrey O. Osborne and Pamela R Osborne. Julie Ramsey Whited (formerly known as Julie Ramsey) vs. Ronnie Hess d/b/a Autos Unlimited, Michael E Patterson vs. Penny L. Patterson. Shirley Blagg vs. Mack Fleshman. Richard D. Carter vs. Catherine Joyce Carter. Judith Ilene Boggs vs. Terry Allan Boggs. Darlene A. Hicks vs. Bank of White Sulphur Springs, a State Banking Corpo- ration. Jerry W. Clark vs. Carolyn Sue Clark. Norma Jean Crawley Williams vs. Philip Eugene Williams. Alden N Jones vs, Valerie Kaye "Fer- natt" Jones. WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS TO US (AND ABUT 50,000 OTHER FOLKS) CONTACT THE MOUNTS, IN MESSENGER WiTH YOUR NEWS 647-5724 122 North Court Street, Lewisburg, W. Va. 24901 SHERI HANSHA W, M.A. , C S. W. INDIVIDUAL, COUPLE, and GROUP COUNSELING 207W. Moin Street Ronceverte. West Virginia (304) 645-|638 t \ Magic Carper Stores proudly introduces STAINMAsTER LUXURA Carpet. STAINMASTF I.UXURA Carpet was created for the discriminating homeowner who's good taste seeks luxury and who's good sense demands performance. S'EAINMAsTER LUXURA Carpet is the richer, thicker carpet tot luxury that lasts. This carpet has passed rigid international tests for resistance matting and c hing, and is certified and warranted by DuPont." " Magic Carpet Stores is made up of individually owned floor covering stores that have banded together to offer you the highest quality at the lowest everyday prices. Take advantage of Magic's 90 [Nys Same As Cash Financing""" and two-year instalkmon gu a tee. For a limited time, your ku:al Magic Carpet St&es are offeringthis princely carpet at pauper's prices. But hurry, remember what happened to Cinderella. "I~ ~mt r~srcred cerufianirm mark "" See dealer/~ &tai& "" "Wi~h appr(Yved cwdit "" "W.h $250. O0 Mi~num Purchase Save 35% sa~ Blazing Star .... $25.99 $16.99 Marble Bay .... $29.49 $19.49 Daydream II .... $31.49 $20.49 Homestead .... $3 I. 49$20.49 Jamaica ...... $33.99 $21 .~ Memories ..... $ 36.99 $23.~ Rare Essence . . . $36.99 $23.99 Heavenly Star . . $39.49 $25.49 Heirloom ..... $44.99 $28.99 Ma cerpet Sucre Rt, 60 West, Just 2 miles fr nn downtown Leu sburg 6'45 -3559 ~.,-' '" , ,, , Rentck VFW Post 6737 Memorial Day services Sunday, May 27, at the following times. The public is cordially invited: Renick Bridge, noon; Cemetery, 12:30 p.m.; Carro/ Hi// Cemetery, I p.m.; tery, 1:30 p.m.; McMi//ion Cemetery, 2 p.m.; Renick Morninc tery, 2:30 p.m.; Woodland Cemetery, Auto, 3 p.m. Arts, Crafts and Flea Market Sweet Springs First Aid Building, starting at 9 a.m. May available inside and outside. Food will be available. Sponsored Springs First Aid. WIC Coupons Distributed in Greenbrier County Wednesday, May 30, at Armory and Thursday, May 31, at Rupert Community Building, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at both locations. Modern Woodmen of America Camp 8736, pot luck dinner, Thursday May 24, 6:30 p.m. Hall, to honor Veterans. Frank Low& former Veterans Affairs tative and member of VFW Post 4940 in Lewisburg will be speaker. Saint James Episcopal Church School Every Wednesday noon to 1 p.m., translating John and Church Street, Lewisburg. Take your own lunch if you wish. Saint Charles Bortomeo White Sulphur Springs, Thursday, May 24, 5 p.m., Mass of sign. Saturday, May 26 and Wednesday, May 30, 8:20 a.m. tation after the 8 a.m. mass.. white Sulphur Springs Music Boosters Annual duck race on Dry Creek (beside the bank)~ tickets for $5, now, on sale at Western Auto in White Sulphur 3833, White Sulphur Springs Junior High 536-2071, or from band member. Cash prizes awarded. Old ,aumwell Cemetery Association Annual meeting at the Cemetery May 27, 3 p.m. Farmers' Day 1OK Race Sponsored by Union Lions Club June 2. Register the day ot Union Elementary School from 7:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. miles south of Lewisburg 219. The course is in back of Road. T-shirts will be given to all finishers. Entry fee $8. Welcome Wagon Club of Lewlsbuxg Yard sale of household items, children's clothing and infant's urday, June 2, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Location: 8 Co/emao Drive, Estates, behind the Brier Inn. Ham Dinner and Craft Bazaar Saturday, June 1 at the Ballengee Community the Oak Grove United Methodist Church. Dinner will be 7p.m., $5, adults; $2.50, children under 12. Children under 6i free when accompanied by an adult. Bazaar items include ghans and other crocheted items and many other handiworks. welcome. Greenbrier County Committee on Aging. Inc. Office will be closed Monday, May 28 to observe Memorial J meats will be served at Rupert, Lewisburg, A/derson or No Garbage White Sulphur Springs Mayor, John H. Bowling, Jr., will not collect garbage May 28, Memorial Day. City observe this as a legal holiday. The city will operate two trucks day, May 29, to make scheduled collections. (If FOLKS WHO NEVER DO ANY MORE THAN THEY GET PAID FOR,NEVERGET PAID FOR ANY MORE THAN THEY DO J ELBER T HUBBA RD Those We Love Are With Us Forever... O. In Memories Of Joy ,)i " ...... " And Happiness And Dreams Shared. Phone 392-6500 b64. exit 156 Sam Black Church US, Rt. 60. 7 Mums- 4" Pot (Asst. Colors) Begonias-6" Pot (Asst. Colors) Geraniums - Red or Pink 5" Pot .............................. ,~ Large Selection of Hanging Baskets ...... Rose Bushes-Hybrids & Climbers ...... Pepsi.2 liter .............. Onion Sets .................... i / We also have a large selection of Bedding Plants. Large selection of Flower Bulbs Fruit Trees - Dwarf & Semi-Dwarf Now o# Located Directly Across From The State Fairgrounds In We Accept Federal Food Stamps 645-6889 HOURS: Monday thru E{id y 9am - 7 pro. Sat. 8 am- B sunday h 0am- 6 pm