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12A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 31, 1990 Visidng Relatives Driving You Up A Wal You know the story. Your Aunt Clara came to .visit for a few days, but you're beginning to think she's a permanent ftxture in your house. Bring her on down to U-Save Auto Rental and we'll put her behind the wheel of' a dependable and economical car. We can't guarantee she'll spend, every,hour sightseeing, but we bet shell have a g at time driving her own car. After all, how do you know you weren't driving her crazy, too? Your Home Town Car Rental Company GREENBRIER MOTOR CO., INC. U.S. 219 SOUTH AT FAIRLEA ,,,, ,,, ii!~ii~ i!i~i~i{ ~i ~i il~!~ / REG. LIST PRICE =1389. 28" 8HP recoil Ill~I It's rear engine riders than you want the highest quality and the best value, you'll have to visit your local Snapper dealer. Snapper. For more than thirty years the name people have looked to for quality and dependability. In fact, some folks are still mowing with the Snapper rider they bought 20 years ago. no wonder that more Americans buy Snapper's any other brand. So if Jivision of FuclUa Industries Ask your dealer |Or details on warranty CASH-N-CARRY - NO TRADE - LIMITED QUANTITIES 422 EDGAR AVE. RONCEvERTE, W.VA. In large saucepan 2 cups Sugar 1/2 cup Cocoa 1/2 cup Milk 1 stick Margarine No-Bake Fudgies mix together, Bring to a boil 1 minute, remove from heat & add 1 tsp. vanilla, cup coconut, 3 cups oats & 1/2 cup peanut butter, mix well, & drop by tsp. on Wax paper. When cool store in a covered con tainer. By Dorthy A. Allen Send your favorite recipe to Mountain Messenger 122 N. Court St. Lewisburg, W Va.24901 A Page For People Who Work Close To The of all types to sell to 100's of Out-of-State Buyers who we mail to weekly! FOR SALE 1700+ ~1- ft., 4 bdrm, 2 b, brick, 1/2 ac, quiet, views .......................... $75,000 Minutes from Lewisburg, 7 ac. m/I, homesite, great access ............. $4,500 Victorian style cottage, 3 bdrm, river frontage, reduced to ............... $35,000 150 ac. mountaintop |~!St~!~i~t~i~a~!ilement ......................... $79.000 Neat brick on 3 lots, 3 wells, efficient, 3 bdrm, 2b ........................... $79,500 5.5 ac. w2, 260 sq, |i~#;~!~j near river ........................... $22,500 Mountaintop farm, 73.5 ac, remodelled farmhouse, outbuildings ..... $72,000 Next to Droop Park, 3 l : i:To tSt eat views ................... $61,000 125+ ac. of mountain woodland, walnut, cherry, apple trees .............. $36,000 Country home on 3 ac., great hunting/fishing, needs TLC ............... $23,000 225 ac. raw land, Pol~:~d~.ii~i~d, good hunting ................. $50,000 Log home on 5.4 ac., 3 bdrm, close to 1-64 ..................................... $59,500 Lewisburg, I ac., 3 bdr~, private, remodelled ......................... $53,500 Greanbrier River frontage, I mi, to St. Park, 3 bdrm., 2 1/2 b ....... $63,000 Residence in Alderson, l~i~i~iO~ii0~i;~t~enspace ................ $29,500 Efficient, low maintainance, 4 bdrm, 2 1/2b., private setting ...... $123,000 142 ac pasture, vl~:.o.~~g ......................................... $71,000 Mini-farm, 9 ac., 80% finished 1800 sq. ft. vinyl-sided home ........... $45,000 20 ac., 4 bdrm, 3 c views ............................................ $72,000 Private 4.5 ac. neat 3-bdrm brick, views, Frankford area .................... $49,500 4.5 ac. ridgetep ho iver, private .......................... $9,500 30.84 ac. farm, Monroe Cty, 6 yr. old 3 bdrm frame, views ............ $128,000 5.5 ac, country home, 3 bdrm, ~ full basement, private ................... $65,000 2 ac, 4 bdrm, 1 1/2b, large brick home, office building on Rt. 219 ...... $110,000 4 bdrm contemporary guest co~ ac., minutes to town ................. $72,000 121 ac horse or cattle farm, 2400 sq ft. frame home, ponds... $165,000 Mountain retreat, 3 ac trees ..................... $25,000 List JUST ARRIVED! ! of buyers for HISTORIC HOMES! ! Over 100 for West Virginia f ! of Fa Ella S. Remember, if you want us to sell your property, YOU NEED TO LIST WITH: MOUNTAIN HOME PROPERTIES Dave Cedarleaf: Broker Sales Associates: 108 S. Jefferson St. Marianne Cedarleaf-645-4110 Lewisburg, WV 24901 Kay Gumm-392-6263 645-4110 ANYTIME Each Off~ce Independently Owned and Operated UNITED NATIONAL REAL ESTATE Recycling is big news today. Robert knows we have Magazines, newspapers and even need rebuilt and he is going clubs tell you what to recycle and just as soon as he can find how to recycle. Country folk have Meanwhile emergency practiced recycling for generations. I needed, so he reaches for a mean, everyone knows what the baler twine. In a few minutes destiny of the Sears Roebuck Cata- patched a large hole by log used to be. In days of yore there weaving baler twine into the was no need for garbage disposals. That will hold the sheep and Peeling from fruit and vegetables for now. Surely, by the and table scraps found ready-made twine rots, Robert will have disposals in the form of pigs, chick- the time to rebuild that portL,q ens, cats and dogs. there is always more twine. Clothing was passed from the If a hinge breaks on a older children to the younger ones. twine comes to the Adult clothing was often remodeled eliminates a special trip or ripped apart, recut and remade to get a hinge. It also into garments for the children. When latches for gates and barn clothing was no longer wearable it can be either looped was used to make hooked and for fasteners or tied around! braided rugs, rag mops and cleaning post. It eliminates the time rags. Scraps of new materials from pense of putting hooks and which clothing had been made were the slatted squares used saved. These were sewn into quilts temporary lambing pens. JuS which we now prize as heirlooms, sides together and, presto, Most of the food came from the your pen. I often see the garden and orchard. Surplus food cattle trucks wrapped and was canned in glass jars which were corners with baler twine. It reused for years. The tin cans that used most anywhere you the small amount of bought food heavy string, such as came in were also reused. The tops canvas or for an emergencyi and bottoms of these cans were re- line. Baler twine makes moved and holes punched in them. gency sheep halter, a These were thi~n strung on wires or for the kittens, a good bed strings and put in the strawberry dog, and can be braided patch and cherry trees to frighten door mats and hanging the birds. The cans were made into metal flowers, punched pictures, Likely more farms would light reflectors, candle holders, but for the fact that they are flower pots, and water dippers used gether with baler twine. Do when setting out tomatos. Cans ful as you climb out were also flattened and nailed over up. The pile of baler twine rat holes in grain bins, meat houses there in the floor is just and around corn crib legs. Old tires trap the feet and legs of made dandy hoops and swings for passengers, Watch the the children and flower beds for their Don't let him trip you. He mothers, Farmers have never quit trying to get a piece of recycling, just consider the many from the truck in hopes you ~ uses they make of baler twine, tug of war with him. Bluegrass Market Saturday May 26, 1990 281 head sold to 85 buyers. AJnounting to $87,011.31 STOCKER & FEEDER STEERS Under 500# 96.00 117.50 500 --750# 84. O0 98. O0 Over 750# HEIFERS Under 500# 88.00 92.00 501 ---750# 82.00 90.00 Over 750# BULL CALVES BABY CALVES 80.00 160.00 VEAL CALVES" none SLAUGHTER CATTLE STEERS none HEIFERS COWS 42.00 56.00 BULLS 54.00 84.00 Under lOOO# 58.00 84.00 Over 1000# 54.00 65,00 COW & PAIRS 475.00 COWS, BH 910.00 HOGS SLAUGHTER 59.00 60,00 SOWS 49.50 53.00 BOARS 43.25 45,00 Mountain International JIM JACKSON Insurance Division Manager MOUNTAIN INTERNATIoNAL. 536-2000 TRUCK USERS, FORESTERS, AND FARMERS You are our NUMBER ONE customers! We have expanded our business to include COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICES through our new INSURANCE DIVISION!! We cover all Commercial Lines ir~cluding VEHICLES, PROPERTY, GENERAL LIABILITY, AND EQUIPMENT INLAND MARINE We can even offer Group Health & Life Packages for you and your employees. Call Jim Jackson for a competitive quote LEWlSBURG 1-64 & Exit 1751 (304) 536-2000 PIGS & SHOATS By Head 57.50 PONIES HORSES 255.00 SHEEP & LAMB~ BLUE 62.50 RED 58.00 OTHERS 60.25 BABY EWES 7.50 BUCKS WETHERS GOATS GOATS,BH Greenhouse In By Jonathan Wright Detra McVey is a "late when it comes to plants, "1 really didn't even like I: til I did my student two years ago," she teaching public school for Mrs McVey opened greenhouse in late April a variety of potted and plants, vegetable seedlif flowers. She plans to raisel fresh vegetables during the winter. "Response has bee, good," she said. "Ever' very happy to have a Alderson, and they like not go out of town to get plant: The 1,500-square-foot located on Railroad Monroe County side of rear of McVey's ity Shop, which her ents own. "We don't use =y che ticides on our types," she said "People Mrs McVey g ginia Polytechnic Institute with a degree in agricultU~ tion, specializing in taught vocational the 1988-89 school year brier (Ronceverte) and junior high schools. In her greenhouse work, basic education and trades at the Federal Institution at Alderson. her grandmother, hal greenhouse during Mrs McVey and Howard farm 90 acres son, raising cattle and state sales manager Ag Products. The livestock trailers. Both the Alderson Volunteer ment and Emergency ice.