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6A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 24, 1990 ii li I I I I I l HI I l l l I m I m m 2 Liter bottles m [] l 12 pack Pepsi Cool Cans ........... $3.59 RT. 219 NORTH LEWtSBURG, W.VA 24901 l I [] I I $2.00 off per gallon on all Exterior Product Give your home long-lasting beauty with weather- resistant MoorGard Low-Lustre Latex House Paint. Choose from over 1600 custom and ready- m m Bcnlamin mixed colors,l1oore/_Z PAINTS 422 EDGAR AVE. RONCEVERTE, W.VA. 647-5353 The Messenger Brings You News 0 10:00 A.i l. Located from Lewisburg, WV take Rt. 60 west about 2 miles and BuRger's Mill Road to Morlunda Farm. 1983-105 1tP 8010 AC tractor with cab. heater and new tires 175 AC tractor w~th loader and ne,,~, tires 1953 Super C Farmall tractor (overhauled and new pa~l) 1987 Ford D~esd F250 prckup equcped for Gooseneck i4 speed 4 WD 4t~ 000 mites 1983 ~-ord F250 4 WD 851 NH round baler (chains replaced 198q }lydroulic tie 489 hH 9 it hoyb,~e New Idea ~ingle row corn picker, gravity ..~ ~9' ~ AC 4 roy..:'J corr~ pta~.ter int 430 disc with hydraulic cylinder '.new ,,ou k~rs 8, b*,~.ar~r,Cs AC Er~s~i,(ae ~ b,,,.er iound bale mover with hydrouhc c~o,~p Hawk b,t 3 pt hitch JD -o q ~nower. 1975 F600 Ford truck 350 e,g,~e 2 spe,,t axle 5 ~pr, ed t~a~,, equipped with t>40 Gehl forage bed t9~'1 Chevy dump truck ',',ith s~lage rack ,2 speed axle '5 speed trans, motor o,,erhauted 1987) 10 it dump bed for I tor~ 'tuck with cylinder 1955 GMC 2 ton truck equ*pped with John Deere Ens~iage Bed 3 pt Donuser post hole d,gger Peague hay redder pull type side winder bush hog, JD 3 bottom plows with new po~nts and slides Int 3 bottom plows 3 hay prongs for front end ~oader, 20it hay elevator with electric motor Rot, get portable cattle chute. 3 p~ hitch {;ertihzer spreader MC rotary ~cythe, 718NH 2 rowcornchopper with 8,22 corn head new knives) 7 pt chisel plow {by King), 10 ft. corn cultivator .50 ~ound h~fles oats and alfalfa mied hay round bate feeders, gates, m sceIlaneous Ltems. Sale conducted for Morlunda Farms, who have leased their Virginia Farm. Oscar Nelson, Jr. Owner By: KERMIT MORGAN.Auctioneer No, 479 BILLY MORGAN-Auctioneer No. 605 PHONE (304)647-5970 TERMS: Settlement day of sale ALSO SELLING SAME DATE AND LOCATION FOR MR. & MRS. BILL JENKINS THE FOLLOWING MACHINERY: John Deere 2040 tractor with 143 ~oader. JO mower conditioner 1217 (good condition). JD 6`5 blade JD F 45 ptow disc 3 pt (Le*nback}. JD 34 manure ~,preoder JD (>60 rake JD 336 baler bush hog, 2 aid dump trucks Plan to attend this sale and bid your judgement as evsrythin| sells as is, where is, A dear friend and kindred spirit gave me a birthday present recently that I will cherish forever. It is titled The Century Book of Gardening. Oversi-ed, old-fashioned, and four inctAes thick, the volume was pub- lished in 1900 in London, and it is full of lofty phrases and romantic black and white photographs of fer- tile gardens. Too heavy to be port- able, I flip its pages as I sit in my armchair, book in lap. Reading it last night, I came across a chapter about the names of flowers and their connotations. Evidently the Victorians understood their meanings well and planted some of their beds around themes suggested by the flower names. Others picked small bouquets, known as Tussle Mussles, to send secret messages to lovers and friends familiar with the language. I intend my column today as a Tussle Mussie, and I hope you will think of what the flowers have to say to you as you plant and pet them into the earth: Boxwood ~ constancy Buttercup -- mockery Butterfly weed -- let-me-go Cactus -- protection Calendula -- grief Chamomile -- patience Clover -- dignity Columbine -- folly Crocus -- mirth Daisy -- hope Dill --- good spirits White Sul' 12, By Jonathan Wright A net loss of $12,702 is being addressed immediately by a "deep freeze" in general fund spending, according to Mayor John Bowling of White Sulphur Springs. News of the deficit was an- nounced at the May 14 meeting of the White Sulphur Springs City Council at City Hall. Mr Bowling said the city has spent $368,881 during the fiscal year but has taken in only WHITEWATER RAFTING | AND WRON HAS THE CURE... FREE WHITEWATER RAFTING TICKETS Now thru JUNE 29 1. t:~ch sponsor will be supplied with a Whitewater Rafting Poster, a decorated registration l)()x and re~istr~tio~ blanks. 2, Anyone 18 years of age or older may participate. No purchase necessary. 3. Registration will end Friday, June 29th. 4. There wilt be a weekly drawing. Two winners per week from each sponsor location. Total 16 wilmers. 5. Winners will be announced each week. . WReN will promote Whitewater Rafting Fever from May 2nd through June 29th. WReN will announce your store name and location with the promotion through June 29th. SPONSORS John. W. Eye Furnitureland - Beyond Video - McDonald's - Aide's - Ashley's IGA Union - Crawfordrs Food Land Make'n Room Short Rol| CLEARANCE SALE Approx. 25 Rolls Mixed Styles & Colors S1 99 sog9 NEW ARRIVAL Heavy Sculptured 99 Sq.Yd. Room Size Remnant With Pad Large Selection Of Vinyls Heavy Plush Carpet Values to $29.99 On Sale StOCk ==~ sq. Yd. tO , North On Rt. 19 Above Raleigh Mall Across F om Beckley Child Care Center J MasterCard e Visa e Discover I 25 t Leslie Price Fern -- humility Forget-me-not -- Geranium -- stupidity Hollyhock -- ambition Iris -- a message Ivy -- constancy Lavender -- devotion Lily -- purity Marigold -- jealousy Mint -- refreshment Nasturtium -- patriotism Pansy -- thoughts Peony -- magic healing Poppy -- forgetfulness Primrose -- sadness Rose -- love Rosemary --- Strawberry Sweet William -- Violet -- modesty Yarrow -- cure for It is inspiring to think these connotations or~ for example, became a constancy for its habit of old buildings and ruins people had vacated them. the legend of the lovers Iseult. Tragically separated] but buried side by side, each grave grew together twined. The two lovers in death by The folklore of gardening even more Take heart as you pick bouquet of summer dai share some with a friend. bunch of geraniums to old man down the street. S 702 Deficit $356,179. "Our freeze on will help minimize further much as possible," he will approve only ditures from the general further notice. The used for all city water and sewage, Mr In other business, heard preliminary plans post facility next to the treatment plant at Hart's ter/sewage plant said the facility will sawdust and leaves sewage sludge, saving fees. The plant will 75 per cent of which will by a grant from the De Natural Resources. The 25 per cent will come remaining in the plant construction fund, ing said. Mr Pack said the plant will produce compost per week. No have been made yet on customers will be chase the compost. Mayor Bowling said received a $125,000 ment for losses from a at the sewage equipment company is placement equipment at pense, he said. neers determined the the control room stand-by generator The plant was back in March 8 after work. Mayor Bowling work on the new City expected to begin June Construction Company, awarded the contract for of $103,000. The work completed by August, said. Councilman Michael sented the Council $242.89 from the Springs Volunteer Fire for its first month of city's concession stands. amount reflected 17 the fire department's, Mr Hager swimming pool will son May 26. Daily fees pass prices will be the year, he said. 4 Mr Hager said there some question as to holic beverages are recreational facilities if vehicles. He and the fled the situation by hal is permitted on the gardless of whether it outside vehicles, Councilman Leo Board of Zoning AI: granted a variance on posed for the new rant. The sign will thirteen feet, The restaU construction at the Crossing Shopping Routes 92 and 60. Councilwoman proposed guard rails Road and on Garden home of Donald posals were approved. The next monthly Council will be June 1 at City Hall.