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Fall Soccer Sign Up, June 5 & 6, 6-7 p.m.Lewisburg Elemen- Cafeteria. Take birth certificate. Association Will be an organizational meeting of the~reenbrier East Chapter June 7 at 7:30 p.m. at Greenbrier East Vo-Ag Dept. All who in joining, please attend. River Planning Council Monday, June 4, 7p.m., Greenbrier Center Conference Room. Common Good: Preserving Private Lands With Conserva- shown. All interested persons welcome. Hillsdale Holiness Church ~ David Deskins. Beginning June 4 through June 9. Each evening at 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker, Reverend Paul Pugh. :Yard Sale by Lewisburg Welcome Wagon Club members, Saturday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., 18 Coleman Drive, Underwood Estates. Rain June 3, 1-4 p.m. Revival Hope Baptist Church near Friar's Hill on Leonard Cordova Everete Mills. June 1, 2 & 3, 7:30 each night. Rever- Thomas, Pastor, Reverend Garland Groves & Cheryl will sing Y night. Creek Volunteer Fire Dept. Squad and Lion's Club Sponsor Rummage Sale & Baked June 2, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Ice Cream Supper Saturday June 2, to 8 p.m. at Anthony Creek Fire House on Rt. 92. Borromeo Springs, Saturday, June 2, and Wednesday, June 6, 8:20 recitation after the 8 a.m. Mass. June 7, 7 p.m., a support group for those suffering grief loss, separation or death of a loved one, will meet in Thomas Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. Valley Economic Development Corporation Wednesday, June 6, 6 p.m., at the Brier Inn, Lewisburg. For and planning purposes please call Ramona at 645-7155. Springs Chamber of Commerce June 4, 7p.m., Council Chambers, City Hall. ~'Carnefex Annual Reunion noon, Island Park, Ronceverte. Family and friends are invited to great day together. River Festival Gospel Sing June 10 at Island Park. The Brighter Side Quartet from Belva, Family, The Believers Quartet, The Kingdom Heirs, Sweet 'and Tom and Martha Mounts. Take a lawn chair and enjoy the ~t First Baptist Lincoln Church, Brushy Ridge, Roncev- June 3, 3 p.m. Speaker: Reverend Robert Rogers from Lunch will be served. The public is invited. Drug Task Force all interested individuals and representatives of human serv- school personnel, law enforcement and civic organiza- June 6, 3:30 p.m., Old Stone Church, 100 Church Call 645-3319. You He Project Graduation? Deeds Roger D Bevins, Diane J. Bevins, Darrell Bevins, Claude E. Bevins, Jr., Sandra Bevins, David Bevins, Kenneth Sizemore, Henrietta Sizemore, Johnny R Vanmeter, Connie J. Vanmeter, Char- les W Bevins, and Lou Ann Bevins to Eula Madge Bevins, lots, Town of Mar- france, child to parent Larkin Roscoe Trivett and Billie Lou- ise Trivett to Edward H. Derendorf, Jr., 1.728 acres, Blue Sulphur Dist., parents to child Lyddia Reed, Theda Reed Hizer, and Ray E. Hizer to Theda Reed Hizer, par- cel, Meadow Bluff Dist., parent to child Carl Poe to Hall Hitzig and Amy C. E. Hitzig, 80.80 acres, Williamsburg and Falling Spring districts, $57,000 Lewis J. Robinson, Jr., and Robin C Robinson to Gary A Weikle and Sharon F Weikle, 1.027 acres, City of Roncev- erte, $1,200 Ernest T. Cobb and Mary Harper Cobb to Henry E Rifle, 5.249 acres, Fort Spring Dist., $10,000 Harry J. Widney and Dallas P. Wid- hey to Charles S. Scott and Ann A. Scott, lot, Lewisburg Municipality, $17,O00 Danny W. Cales and Joyce W. Cales to Lloyd W. Lightner and Betty J. Light- her, lots, Blue Sulphur Dist., $45,000 Helen V. Carrier to Franklin D Golf and Shelva J. Goff, parcels, Frankford Dist., $3,000 Lottie L. Cochran to Donald L. Oney, 5,022 sq ft., Meadow Bluff Dist., parent to child Elsie McCoy Blankenship and Luster Blankenship to Hobert L. McCoy, Char- les E. McCoy, and Darrell R. McCoy, 30 acres, Falling Spring Dist., $175 Donna J. Knapp to Ronald D. Knapp, tracts, Blue Sulphur Dist., wife to hus- band Geneva Shaver and Hubert Shaver to Jeffrey W. Morris, .8732 acre, White Sulphur Dist., parents to child Jill P. Hindle, trustee; John Thomas Perrow, trustee; Maxwell V. Perrow, trus- tee: William E. Perrow., Jr., and Wanda Perrow, by their attorney in fact, Jill P. Hindle; Jill P. Hindle; Benford M Hindle; John Thomas Perrow; Jane Perrow; Ed- ward K Perrow; and Helen L. Drake Per- row to John Thomas Perrow av, d Maxwell V. Perrow, parcels, Falling Military News Jon J. Reimers Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Jon J. Reimers, whose wife, Lenna, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs L W. Crickenberger of 214 Dwyer Lane, Lewisburg, recently reported for duty with the submarine Precommission- ing Unit USS Jefferson City, based at Newport News, Virginia. A 1982 graduate of Great Falls High School, Great Falls, Montana, he joined the Navy in January 1983. Spring Dist., distribution of trust assets under a Trust Agreement James Preston Zopp and Vaughn E Zopp to L D Grossl and Jennie E. Grossl, tract, Meadow Bluff Dist., $5,000 West Virginia Housing Development Fund to Rodger Boggs, .081 acre, Lewis- burg Municipality; grantor is an instru- mentality or agency of the State of West Virginia Rodger Boggs and Shirley J. Boggs to Constance A. Yarber and James E Yarber, .343 acre, Lewisburg Municipal- ity, $94,000 R. H. Erwin, Jr., and Veronica C. Er- win to James B. Lewis and Pamela R. Lewis, lot, Lewisburg Dist., $79,000 George L. Lemon and Brenda J Lemon to Robert A Nicketl and Jo A Nickell, 1,977 sq. ft., Lewisburg Dist., $600 James Lacy Bennett to Bryant and Associates, parcel, Town of East Rainelle, $6,000 Virginia Q. McClung to Kenneth A. Holliday and Sharon C. Holliday, tracts, Meadow Bluff Dist., $30,000 New Suits Filed Lisa Ann Richmond Clemens vs. Douglas Edward Clemens. Gene R. Keaveney vs. Lena M. Keaveney. Patricia Dotson and Bobby I. Dotson, her husband vs. Wesley Darrell Davis and Danny Brown. Teresa Ann Dwiggins Gillespie vs. Richard Jay Gillespie. Jerry W. Hall vs. Connie Hall Delbert O. Donaldson and Lucy Donaldson vs. PPH Homequity, lnc. Stone & Thomas, a corporation vs. Tammy E. Hinkle. Humana of WV Inc. d/b/a Humana Hospital-Greenbrier Valley vs. Claude E Bevins, II and Sandra Bevins. Eagle Building Supply vs. Mark A. McCallister and Pam McCallister. Greenbrier Anesthesia Services, Inc., A Corporation vs. Thomas G. Kellison and June E Kellison Wanda Ann Reeves vs. Dwayne Reeves. Connie Kay Ferguson vs. Thomas O. Dotson, M.D and the Greenbrier Clinic, Inc., a corporation Gary Mason Wykle, Sr. vs. Jeanette Starr "Grimmett" Wykle Find the time. Have a mammogram. Give yourself the chance of a lifetime. The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, May 31, 1990 3A Carnegie Gets $750 From Massenge( ,uther Hollingsworth of C & P Telephone hands a $750 check to Vivian Conly of Carnegie Hall. C & P Telephone of West Virginia has contributed $750 to Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg, for sponsorship of the Montani String Quartet, which will perform at the hall in September. In addition, C & P has budgeted support for Carnegie Hall on an an- nual basis in the future, according to Mary Leb, Carnegie's Artistic Direc- tor. "Carnegie hall has developed an active schedule of events for its up- coming 1990-91 Performance Se- ries. Carnegie is the only cultural center in our region and serves resi- dents of Greenbrier, Monroe, Sum- mers and Pocahontas counties and brings in audiences from all over West Virginia and our neighboring states," Ms Leb said. "In order to become an important cultural center which continues to attract visitors into Greenbrier Valley, Carnegie's goat is to book performers and pro- grams of high quality which appeal to a wide variety of people. Pro- gramming presents a great opportu- nity for businesses, professionals and interested individuals to partici- pate actively in developing our area while at the same time realizing good advertising and public rela- tions benefits. These programs offer a great way to get visibility in the community and to be recognized as a vital partner in Carnegie's suc- cess," Ms Leb added, Upcoming shows include: Taj Mahal, Seldom Scene Bluegrass Band, Tannahill Weavers, Montani String Quartet, Artie Shaw Band, Bob Thompson Quartet, Dracula (ballet/drama), River City Brass Band, Amahl and the Night Visitors, An Evening with Mark Twain, West Virginia Symphony, Tom Chapin, Oil City Symphony (off-Broadway musi- cal theater), and Mozart on Fifth." Call 645-7917 for further information regarding the corporate sponsorship program and dates of upcoming events," Ms Leb concluded. John D. Longanacre Owner...Director Longanacre Funeral Home ROLE OF THE CLERGY AT The minister, priest, or rabbi can help greatly in properly consoling and as- sisting the bereaved,, if he is con- tacted early after the death of the loved one He can define the differ- ences between the physical (body the deceased) and the soul (spirit the deceased). He can luther ease the family through the first steps of the Irief process. is far healthier, emotionally, to allow the minister to help the family work through their grief openly than to per- mit their sadness to be repressed or concealed. Clergymen have been trained to assist in times of stress. Their experiences through study and from real life-and- death situations make them invaluable to you...and us. Their many sources comfort and aid, especailly in grief- counseling, can be very beneficial, They are especially anxious to serve their congregations at such times.They would also like to be con- tacted early so they can be of assis- tance as soon as it is possible for them to do so. We welcome your questions,._in pri- vate or publicly through this column. LONGANACRE FUNERAL HOME Fort Spring, WV STEPHANIE "SAM" FIXTER Certified Massage Therapist ~., ~ Specializing In ~;~d~" Relaxation Pain Relief ~ Stress Management At the office 0f Dr William Lemley 203 t/2 E. Washington St., Lewisburg By Appointment- 645-1174 Affordable care in a p~ofessional, sensitive environment. K. Baldwin Lance Corporal Bryan K. 1987 graduate of Green- High School, recently U. S. Army Airborne the three-week course at Training school, Georgia, Baldwin rigorous physical fitness Intensive parachute tech- and two drops from a tower. In his final made five static-line para- from an Army or Air plane. 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It's the state's first LaserTripter, considered to be one of the most so- phisticated methods for the treatment of certain kidney stones. It uses highly selective lasers and fiber optics just three times the size of a human hair to locate the stone and crumble it to dust. So there's no surgical incision. No scar. The LaserTripter combined with ESWL Lithotripsy means that nearly all patients with kidney stones can now be treated without surgery. Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley also has CO2, Argon and YAG lasers so that surgeons can harness the new technology and benefits of laser surgery for a wide variety of other surgical procedures. Llmana BII Re. Box 497, Ronceverte, WV 24970 / 647-4411