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Alderman Springs -- Mrs Martha 67, died May 24, 1990, Regional Hospital, Low after a long illness. i a member of AIvon United Church, United Methodist Eastern Star. She was a C&O School of Nursing and nurse. sons, Charles Bruce of White Clayton Harlan of Balti- Corn Dunbar Hicks of Springs; brother, Edward of White Sulphur Springs; at Shanklin Funeral Home, Springs, with Reverends and Buck Caldwell officiat- in Hilldrest Cemetery, gs. Birch field Mrs Girthel Gladys Birch- 20, 1990, in a Fairlea a short illness. 21, 1911 in Raleigh County, ~the daughter of the late Henry of Webster, Massachusetts; son, Clark W of Asbury; sisters, Maxine Gray of Asbury, Sally Karron of Newport News, Virginia, Margaret Hanna of Lewisburg; brothers, Lacy Moody and George Moody, both of Asbury; five grandchil- dren. Services were at Wallace-Wallace Fu- neral Home, Lewisburg, with Reverends Leroy Crane and Greg Bievins officiating. Bunal was in Asbury Cemetery. Dwight Richard Roach Fort Spring -- Dwight Richard Roach, 77, died May 21, 1990, in a Charleston hospital, following a long illness. Born September 16, 1912, at Fort Spring, he was the son of the late Ed- ward and Ada Belle Persinger Roach. Mr Roach was a lifelong resident of Greenbrier County, member of the Hines Baptist Church and a retired employee of Acme Limestone Company and Meadow River Lumber Company. He was preceded in death by a daugh- ter, Nancy Roach in 1956; three sisters, Nellie and Lula Roach and Margaret Sur- geon and five brothers Charles, Alfred, Sidney, Raymond and James Roach. Was of the Baptist faith a homemaker. !Preceded in death by her hus- William J. Bryant Birch- Sons, Bill and Ross Wood and Hazel Adkins. include three daughters, Bryant of Mt. Sterling, Ohio, of Phoenix, Arizona and of Wakeman, Ohio; two Birchfield of Durand, Michi- boss Birchfield of Smoot; five Gwinn of Mabscott, Lillian Beckley, Corn Brown and both of Columbus, Ohio and of Odd; five brothers, Ray- of Chicago, Illinois, Cline Odd, Otis Wood of Tennessee and Veck Wood, both of 23 grandchildren; 37 great- great-great-grand- Were at Smathers Funeral in Rainelle with Reverend officiating. Burial was in Cemetery at Clinton- Ervin Mrs Alice Marie Smith Ervin, Pocahontas County, died 1990 in a Fairlea hospital, fol- illness. 18, 1907, at Clover Lick, she ihter of the late John Mary Hoover Smith. was a homemaker and a ~f the Episcopal Church. in death by her hus- aries R. Ervin; a daughter, Ger- )1; a brother, George Smith and ~nalee Ervin. a daughter, Mary Ellen a sister, Osa McLaugh- nton, whom she reared as her infancy; two additional sis- Hancock of Harrisonburg, Arzetta Millsap of Matoaka; James B. and Jack E. of Marlinton, Charles E. Daniels, H. Hunter Smith of and William S. Smith of Bolar, grandchildren, and nine s Were at Grace Episcopal Clover Lick with Father Bill Burial was in Stony Bottom. ~rnents were made by Home in Madinton. Mrs Nellie M Hanson, 82, 1990, at home after a long L member of West Point Baptist and a homemaker. : daughter, Martha Canterbury Ernest Stidom Friar's Hill -- Ernest Stidom, 83, of Friar's Hill, died May 23, 1990 in a Beck- ley hospital, following a short illness. Survivors include his wife, Lucy Ray Stidcm; a daughter, Maqorie L. Bare ot Romeo, Michigan; two sons, Harvey Stidom of White Sulphur Springs and Roger Stidcm of Friars Hill; a halfsister, Melinda Harles of Lewisburg; a halfbrother, Joe Lee Stidom of Lewis- burg; six grandchildren; three great- grandchildren, and one step-great-grand- child. Services were at Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home Chapel in Lewisburg with Reverend Leroy Crane officiating. Burial was in Morningside Cemetery at Renick Minnie Bell Tyree White Sulphur Springs -- Mrs Minnie Bell Tyree, 92, died May 23, 1990, at a Fairlea hospital, following a long illness. Born March 12, 1898, at Haysie, Virginia, she was the daughter of the late Edward and Nannie Arrington Cochran. Mrs Tyree was a homemaker and a member of the Trout Primitive Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her hus- band, Edward Lee Tyree; five sisters and three brothers. Survivors include a son, Warren C. Ty- ree of Lewisburg; three daughters, Ari- etta Arnet of St. Albans, Charlotte Crane of Ocean Isle, North Carolina and Doris Watson of White Sulphur Springs; one sister, Alta Thomas of Salem, Virginia; 12 grandchildren and eight great-grand- children Services were at Jack K. Wallace Fu- neral Home in Lewisburg Burial was in Andrew Chapel Cemetery at Wil- liamsburg. Bessie McMann White Lewisburg -- Mrs Bessie McMann White, 69, died May 25, 1990, at a Char- leston hospital. Survivors include her husband, Sylvester; three sons. Mike, of Char- leston; David, of Cross Lanes; Tim of Morgantown; one brother: Lester McMann of Lookout, two sisters: Bertie Mae Shires of Ronceverte; and Sally Lafton of Organ Cave; and three grand- children, Katie, Molly and Chris White, all of Cross Lanes. Mrs White retired from Pension and Group Consultants of Charleston and Cincinnati. She was a member of the Na- tional Business Women's Association and Lambda Chi Omega Sorority. She was a member of the Asbury United Methodist Church in Charleston Arrangements were made by Broyles Funeral Home in Union. widely classifieds ountain essenger CALL TODAY! 647-,5724 a word a word When accompanied if billed. by payment. MINIMUM) ($3.00 MINIMUM) seti or trade below and return it to our office at Court Street, Lewisburg, WV 24901. For an error-free ad, please type or print plainly. DEADLINE: 9 A.M FRIDAY i i: Greenbrier East Awards Assembly Held May 23 & 25 Spartan Boy an, irl Adam Criddle and Michelle Glover The twenty-second annual awards assembly for Greenbrier East High School students was held May 23 and 25 in the school gymna- sium. The program was divided into two segments this year to allow suf- ficient time for presentations. Thirty-two scholarships valued at over $26,000 were awarded by a variety of colleges, community or- ganizations, school clubs, and foun- dations. A number of other awards were presented in recognition of achievment, citizenship, and aca- demic accomplishments. Adam Criddle and Michelle Glover were named as Spartan Boy and Spartan Girl and presided over the school award presentations. Spokespersons from community groups presented awards from their organizations. The Greenbrier East High School Choir provided music for the May 25 assembly, in addition to Keya Barnes, who played the piano and sang "East in Our Hearts." The song was composed by Miss Barnes and Danyelle Williams and is a tribute to the Fairlea school. The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 31, 1990 13A United States Army Reserve Scholar/Athlete Awards: Cheryl Kincaid and Tom Richards Ruritan (Maxwelton) International Scholarship: Karen Brown Henry Lindsey (Maxwelton Ruritan) Scholarship: Dawn Smith Augustus Taylor Boiling High School Alumni Scholarship: Danye le Williams Dick Gunnoe Memorial Scholarship: Joey Scott Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley Scholarships: Elizabeth Baker and Mary Boehringer HumanaHospital Greenbrier Valley Volunteers Scholarship Michelle Glover Michon Marie Kelly Memorial Scholarship (Lewisburg Rotary Club): Michelle Glover Lewisburg Rotary Club Scholarship: Terra Boggess Lois McMillion Scholarship (Lewisburg Lioness Club): Debra Patterson Eastern Greenbrier County Chamber of Commerce Scholarship: Judy Van Meter Karen Belt Memorial Scholarship (White Sulphur Springs Lions Club): Scott Canter- bury David Yarid Memorial Business Scholarship: Cheryl Kincaid Patricia Cole Memorial Scholarship (Greenbrier Valley National Bank): Greg Kaiser Roger Neely Memorial Scholarship: Angela Barker (runner-up: Annissa Standard) Greenbrier County Quota Club Scholarship Kathleen Cayanus Alpha Zeta Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship: Linda Hayes Lewisburg Business and Professional Women's Club Scholarship: Katherine Rowe West Virginia School Service Personnel Scholarship: Elizabeth Baker R. Robert Dale Scholarship (Moose Lodge of Covington, Virginia) Joey Nemcik Frankford Ruritan Club Scholarships: Ashley Boone, Karen Boggs, Angella Butler, Tony Martin, Thomas Richards and Christopher Wykle Greenbrier Valley Dental Association Science Achievement Award: Amanda Eaton Greenbrier Manor Student Volunteer Award : Sharon Jones Daughter of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award: Adam Criddle Sons of the American Revolution Award: Darren Williams WRON Scholar Athlete Awards: Sheri Bumgarner and Adam Criddle U. S. Marine Corps Awards: Donna Oil and Ryan McClt, ng Greenbrier Community College Foundation Scholarship: Sandra Mullins West Virginia University Scholarships: Scott Canterbury, Ryan McClung, Beth Richardson, Lillian Russell, John Stroud and Philip Williams Concord College Scholarships: Stephanie Hicks, Shane Hunter, Judy Van Metre, Deborah Patterson, and John Thompson King's College Presidential Scholarship: Dana Napier Greenbrier Scholars Awards: Eleanor Brown, Amanda Eaton, Jennifer Grimmett, Leigh Ann Johnson, Kimberly Knotts, Sandra Mullins, Donna Ott, Dawn Price, andLillian Russell In Mall Dis Awards & Recipients Spartans of the Year: Michelle Clover, Adam Criddle. Distinguished Achievement (American Legion. Midland-Seneca Post 69): Eleanor Brown, Michael Staunton. I Dare You (Dansforth Foundation of Saint Louis): Leigh Ann Johnson, Ryan McClung. School Service: Bart Baker, Terra Boggess, Chassie Carroll, Shafran Fields, Crys- tal Halstead, Michelle Turley. School Citizenship: Shane Hunter, Arlene McCormick, Nell McMillion, Alan Moore, Richard Moore, Donna Ott, Darren Williams. School Leadership: Tim Montgomery, Bryce Hackman, Luther Hanson, Amanda Eaton, Nathan Stroud, Joey Yated." Century 111 Leaders: Leigh Ann Johnson. School Achievement: Danny Dolin, James Eagle, Windell Highlander, David Keen, Everette Marshall, Rachel Miller, Joey Persinger. Green & Gold Achievement: Jennifer Front, Mollie Baker, Shannon Sprague, Julie Grubb. Academic Leaders: Eleanor Brown, Amanda Eatom Kimberly Knotts. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4940 & Robert C Byrd: Eleanor Brown, Amanda Eaton. School Spirit: Ann Ayers, Sheri Bumgarner, Sarah Crookshanks, Lynda Hayes, Cheryl Kincaid, Tara Logan, Autumn Loving, Cathy Morris, Gabe Stone, Brian Williams. Spartan Spirit Sword: Spartanettes basketball team Home Economics Spirit: Sarah Beth Kerns. Attitude: Jenny Front. Achievement: Mollie Marie Baker. Business: Teresa McMillion Science: Amanda K. Eaton. Distributive Education Marketing: Scottie Miller, Steve Allen. Drafting: Marvin Miller, Joey Scott. .... Mathematics: Mark McKinley. National FFA Foundation Scholarship: Terra L. Boggess. John Lee Pratt Scholarship (to VPI): Terra L. Boggess. National Merit Scholarship: Eddie Smallwood. Certificate of Commendation & National Merit Scholar to Bethany College: Leigh Ann Johnson. National Merit to Bridgewater College: Jody Parks. Ray Kroc Achievement & Scholarship: Thomas Richards. Future Business Leaders of America: Ryan McOlung. Student Council Student of the Year: Gabe Stone. Future Homemakers of America: Kimberly Knotts, Jennifer Kersey, Shane Hunter, Frances Hartsook. Student Council Clubs of the Year: FFA, Interact, Top of the Mountain: Eleanor Brown, Terra Boggess, Scot Canterbury, Amanda Eaton, Leigh Ann Johnson, Edward Smallwood, Kimberly Knolls, Tammy Perry, Dawn Price, Shawn Spencer, Lillian Russell, Danyelle Williams, Leslie Wilson, Christopher Wykle, Sandra Mullins, Richard Moore, Shane Hunter, Steve Hu- dnall, Michelle Glover, Ashley Boone, Karen Boggs, Jason Bennett, Greg Atkin- son. Elks National Foundation: Eleanor Brown. U. S. Marine Corps: Donna Ott, Ryan McClung. Rainelle Council Holds Meeting The possibility of designating two-way traffic on Fifth Street be- tween Greenbrier Avenue and Main Street was discussed by the Rainelle Town Council at its May 14 meeting at Town Hall. Proponents from Center Chevrolet said the change would result in easier ac- cess to their business. Mayor John Hill directed the Traffic Committee to investigate the proposal and to re- port at the next meeting. In other business, the Council approved the deeding of an alley near Fifth Street to Bryant Associ- ates for $100. The firm owns Center Chevrolet and is using the property for expansion. Tri-County Furniture was awarded a contract for replacing the Police Department carpeting with tile. The company bid $999.99 for the job. The only other bid was for $1,100 from Kenneth Brackman Construction Company. No dates are set for the beginning or comple- tion of the work. The next meeting of the Council will be May 28, 7 p.m., at Town Hall. Funeral Home Going on public aid? Consult us for your PRE-NEED Charles L. Lobban /I ,/~ ~,,,~I~t'~ ..ql.,,..ir %1 ,r_ ~| i Owner 205 S MONROE ST. * ALDERSON, WV Corrugated Asphalt Roofing and Siding Fast, easy installation Goes directly over old roof Won't rust or corrode Reduces noise Provides added insulation Lifetime warranty Low maintenance WHITE BROWN RED BLACK GRAY GREEN * IN STOCK COLORS At ,8aet 32 squares in stock 113 S. Court St., Lewisburg, W.Va. Phone 645-1334 Nancy Hayes By Jonathan Wright A collection of 13 antique bi- cycles has drawn curiosity seekers to the Greenbrier Valley Mall for the past two weeks. Chicago collector Buddy Farnan brought part of his famed bicycle collection to Fairlea May 18 as a representation of the largest private traveling exhibit of antique and unusual bicycles in the United States, according to a press release. Bicycles from one to ten feet tall, wooden cycles from the 1860's, "hi- wheels," "boneshakers," a "circle ,cycle," and bikes without chains and pedals are among the collection. Several have been featured as "Ripley's Believe-It-Or-Not" curiosi- ties. Mr Farnan brought models to the area dating from 1865 to 1930. 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