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"1 BARGAINS OF THE MONTH 6" ONE BAR (00506) I~m SHOP LITE REPLACEMENT BULB ( 15641F40) 14 QUART ICE CHEST Holds 18 cans plus ice (192504) 8 GALLON FLOORMASTER l~__lflt ~ FLOOR NOZZLi~ t i Do-lt-Yourself method o! professional carpet cleaning Wet and dry PLUS sham. poolng Accessones mcludeci One yea: warranty (?07*58:8) 71A" CIRCULAR SAW (5]50) 4-WAY WORKMASTER SCP vVDRFdER ~ (66-40]) ~ii~I, ~ii /i i~! 19" STEEL HIP ROOF TOOL BOX (200) GAS POWERED ,STRING TRIMMER (ST-IS5) MEASTJRING TAPE (8325) (5007NB) 71A"" HEAVY DUTY CIRCULAR SAW DECK BLADE (26880) ii;i ~i!~ il REVERSIBLE CORDLESS DRILL Chazge, included, (6040DW) i Legs - :~x4 A WORK BEN?H ~Oh~tOt 50 Legs same cons(~cfmn AS |eft S;Oe Wtth hO~ tot bolt 6"'I~'*" bO|tS Inlo p|pe StUb w||h wishers From Reader'~ DiEe~t'~ "( omplete Do-it-yourselJ Manual'* Fourteenth Printing, November. 1978 I'~ed By Permission. Here's where to get PRO Advice Plus a real good price EAGLE PRO BUILDING SUPPLY Hwy. 3, Highland Center, Railroad Avenue A derson. West Virginia 24910 Phone: 445-7137 Due 1o ptW~cal sum, n~Ichan~u~ing, pol~c~ and manulactu~'s ~nogw~ some ~oms mot t~ ~o~ In Stock all lteIl~ ~o~ HOW~, mo~ item~ c~n ~ c~'levld special by your de~le~ I~t to Ltmlt q~,M3ntltles II III I I II LE II II I GERTRUDE ELLIS HOUSE 412 Clay Street. Lewisburg, WV To inspect, contact: ' Haynes, Ford and Rowe Attorneys For Sellers 645-1858 For Appointment Sealed Bids Received until 0:30 A.M. June 20, 1990 When bids will be opened in presence of any interested bidders at office of Haynes, Ford and Rowe. INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS: 1. Write name, address, telephone number and amount o( your bid on a slip of paper, 2. Attach cashier's or certified check for 5% of the bid payable to Haynes, Ford and Rowe Trust Account. 3. Seal in envelope marked with your name and the notation "Ellis House" Place in second envelope address to Haynes, Ford and Rowe, 203 W. Randolph St., Lewisburg, WV 24901. ~RMS: Sale subject to 1990 taxes. Settlement in cash on or before July 10, 1990. Sellers reserve right to refuse any or all bids. I I IIIIIIII IIII II I I I IIII II IIIII Pizza Night Every Monday 5:00-9:00 Come and Enjoy 6A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June I In Priscilla Maren Removing the Trauma From a Move When a family moves to a new home, parents can make the move easier and less upsetting for chil- dren if they let them take an active role. Moving is often hardest on the youngest children, who don't under- stand what's going on. Young chil- dren will take a move in stride more easily if they are helping to do it, so they don't feel it's something beyond their control that's being done to them. If possible, visit the new house ahead of time so that the children become familiar with it (which room is to be whose bedroom, etc.). If you can't do this, you can draw a floor plan and go over it with them. When it comes time to pack, let the children pack their own favorite belongings and have them decorate or label their own boxes. When mov- ing day arrives, let them carry small things out to the car while the mov- ing men load the van, or let them help you load some of the things on your truck or trailer. When it's time to leave, go around with your children to say goodbye not only to the neighbors but also to the house and to the parts of the house that you espe- cially liked. This may make you cry, but that's all right -- you can comfort each other. if you have to travel far to reach your new home, it will be comforting to your youngest children if you have with you some of their bedtime things -- their usual pajamas, favor- ite toy, blanket, story book, etc. Then wherever you spend the night -- at a motel, in a train, or in the new house with packing boxes all around -- will feel less strange to your ct4ildren. Something To Do Children never seem to of hearing about things their did when they were children. your children do or say that reminds you ot once did, tell them about it. ample, if they are picking you m~ght be reminded of you and your brother were berries by the roadside and stopped and bought all maybe you even remember you bought with the berry If you will take the time about things like this, you'll children to be a very audience. Something To Make To make an easy make up a package of gelatin dessert according "quick" method given on age. This usually calls for only half the regular quantity~ ing water, then adding ice and stirring until it begins to then taking out the cubes and setting the dessert refrigerator for about half an finish thickening. Let your child pour the dessert powder into the stir in the boiling water, then child drop in the ice cubes turns stirring it. When it thicken, let him fish out the ing cubes and put them (the cubes and the can assuage his appetite ing for dessert to thicken). Put the bowl of gelatin the refrigerator for 10 or 15 or until it has become a little Then let your child poke chunks of canned pinea of banana, etc., down into sert (the fruit will stay the dessert is thick enough). is ready, dish it out and eat Fo o D & FRIENDS CASUAL DINING 112 W. WASHINGTON - HISTORIC LEWISBURG 645-4548 Local Airport Awards Amid Swirl of Controvers By Jonathan Wright The Greenbrier Valley Airport Au- thority awarded Ambler Construction Company of Ronceverte a contract May 14 for the construction of a 100-by-100-foot hangar at the Greenbrier Valley Airport. The new i , ,i i ii 1988 Ford Escort GT- ..................................................................... $6995 1987 Ford Escort-4c ., 4 Clean .................................................................. $4995 1986 Mercury Lynx- d ..................................................................................... $3995 1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo-w , ................................................ $6995 1986 Toyota Cressada Wagon-oneo.ne . ............................................. $9995 1984 Toyota Camry on, owner ............................................................... $4995 1985 Mercury Grand Marques- ,ooo ........................................... $8995 1986 Ford Tempo GL-4 .,u Tan ................................................................... $4995 1984 Ford Tempo GL ............................................................. $2995 1984 Chevrolet Citation-auto. air. .................................................................. $3495 1988 Chevrolet Cavalier-4 n ce car ............................................... $7495 Trucks 1989 Ford F150 4x4-2zooom , . sharp! ..................................................... $12,495 1987 Chevrolet $10 4X4-2 o e ............................................................ $7495 1987 Chevrolet $10 4X2-R , 3 ,ooo .................................................. $4995 Many more used units to choose from Best selection of New Toyota Cars & Trucks gs Happen" i _ Customer Is No. 1121S. Covington, VA 24426 building will be located Rader's Greenbrier Airlines cost $131,692. According to airport Colonel (retired) John airport will own and hangar. Stan Leist, dent of Greenbrier Valley opposed the plans for and claimed the airport taking away some of his by building and operating hangar. Colonel Gwinn by saying he had a:tist of twelve persons already hangar space for their The Authority did not on a request from the lease on the property hangar for 35 years. Mr tends airport property should be given the agreements (35-years) as renting space in the ad ern Greenbrier County Park, which the governs. Authority Williams and Earl Roth cot~ that airport operations and!_ different situations than~ are the industrial park. Colo~~ has taken the same positi@ vious meetings and intervie!~t~ letter dated April 13~ n a wrote, "...if the airport is~ continue building hangarS] /~ and lease them at rates3 t~'~'~ir~, in 1973, based on 197:~| costs, then I would like request that the county 100-by-120-foot hangar the existing one, in my company name, or a named shortly..." The not take action on the quest. Lowell Rose, man McCtung, presented "'-~-~= from Mr McClung to cility in which he would aircraft salvaging ity members told Mr McClung had not yet with sufficient on which they could sion. They suggested attend the next July 16. Wood, manager of press, asked the Author the airlines a $15,000 chase a used security one presently in use is and has broken down he said. The Authority loan request, continge airline's making for five years at ei est. The machine, used ing passengers before craft, is five years old shipped from Atlanta. machine purchased proximately $35,000, Mr