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/i:i~ .... : 12A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 28, 1990 What can our professional work room do for you? Custom Draperies Balloon Shades Swags Jabots Roman Shades Cornices Valances Custom Upholstery Designer Headboards Bed Spreads Dust Ruffles Tablecloths Cushions Choose Beautiful Fabrics from our extensive sources Bargain Bolts as low as $8.75 per yard or we'll work with your fabric Brenda's Design Center 318 West Washington St Lewisburq. WV MonFri 8:30-430 Sat 9-2 Rodney B Foster to Sam L Meads and Pahicia Meads, lot. Town of Alder son, $100 Edna H Harless and John B Harless Io Chester Boggs, lots, Town of White Sulphur Springs, $15,000 Agnes F Mick and Robert G Mick St, to Leeda Fortney Maloy, tot. Fort Spnng Dist, $5500 Wilham Allen Hughes, Patricia Ann Hughes. Deborah Ann Harvey, Eat1 Eu gene l-4arvey, Mary Jane Christian, Dawd Wayne Christian to Robert Beery and Nell R Beery, lots, Fort Spring Dist $3 t ,000 Martha Irby, Macon R Irby, Gerald.~(? Irby, and Don Irby to Charles W, Alien and Phyllis Allen, one acre, Irish Corner Dist. $4,59991 Gloria M Lewis to Renal M Lew~s Ttm~sa E Lewis Joseph P Funk J~ Eula D Funk, David H Lewis, Dagmar R Lewis, Otis V Lewis, Wilde M Lewis Aaron D Lewis, Sandra K Lewis, Hilton D Lewis, Donna M. Lewis, and Lacy M Lewis, Jr, tracts, Falling Spring Dtst, parent to child J G. (Gordon) Martin to Lola Lively Nester, parcels, Frankford Dist, $42,500 Ralph E Woodson to Virginia Wood- son, 2 t79 acres, Irish Corner Dist,, cor- rechon deed Elmer Hedrick and Connie S Hedrick to Inez Virginia McMillion and Teresa Lynn McMillion, parcel, Frankford Dist $33.000 Philip Hickey and Nancy E Hickey to Mark E Williams and Patricia Williams 14 acres, and 69 1/2 poles, Falling Spnng Dist., $40,000 Eleanor Robson Carper by Nicholas W Carper, her Attorney in Fact, to Anna Bowe Fleener Wells and Crestar Bank formerly First National Bank of Martinsvdie and Henry County a national banking assoc~ahon as Trustees of thu H Claybrook L(;ster Trust. 377 acre City of Lewlsburg $74,500 Kimball Selmer Larsen and Denise D S(flmer Larsen to Walton L VanHoose and M~tz~ C VanHoose. 289 act(; Lc wlsburg Municipality. $58,000 Donald G Curd to Donald G Curd, tract. Meadow Bluff D~st, straw deed Gregory H Wallace and Nancy Ann Cooper Wallace to Gregory W Johnson and Elizabeth M Johnson tract Fort Spring Dist, $10,500 James E Loudermitk and Nancy Marie Loudermilk to John A Hicks and Anne S Hicks, tract, Williamsburg Dist boundary line agreement Ronald Lee Lester, Wanda J Lester, and Ivous Marie Lester to Jimmy E Walkup and Patricia G Walkup, one acre, Meadow Bluff Dist, $45,000 New Suits Filed Patricia R Pennington vs. Wayne E Pennington Sandra Kay Lyall vs Gregory Wayne Lyall Marjorie Christine Hamrick vs How- ard Keith Hamrick Gary Ambler and Rosalee Ambler vs J~m Hess Tina M Simms vs Michael Cleo Jones W~lliam Dahmer and Linda Dahmer vs Chrysler Motors Corporation and Paul's Auto Sales Alderson 'Royalty' Reigns On Fourth Alderson will hold the state's larg- est Independence Day Celebration from June 29 through July 4. The Fourth of July Court will take part ~n the annual event. The Fourth of July Queen is Sara Loudermilk, daughter -of Roy and Linda Loudermilk of Alderson. Princesses are: Elizabeth Duff, daughter of Donald and Bar- bare Duff of Alderson; Tara McCal- lister, daughter of Rick and Miilie Martin of Alderson: Susie Longa- nacre, daughter of Jack and Kathy Longanacre of Fort Spring; Kasle Baker, daughter of Randolph and Hazel Baker of Alderson; Shelly Cole, daughter of Grif and Betty Cole of Alderson; and Eva Brooks, daughter of Roy and Bertie Brooks of Fort Spring. Decorate To Win In Alderson Decorate your Alderson home or business and enter the 1990 Fourth of July Celebration Decorating Con- test. Prizes and ribbons will be awarded to first, second, and third place winners in each category. The iudging will be held Tuesday, July 3, between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. The theme for this year's celebration is "Homecoming Is happiness." To en- ter the contest send your name, ad- dress, and phone number to Gina Still, Route 1, Box 115, Alderson. The decorating contest is sponsored by the Alderson Fourth of July Com- mittee and the Alderson Junior Woman's Club. Entries must be re- ceived by June 29. n i "Alderson Proud" FLEA MARKET FARMER'S MARKET Every Saturday morning in front of Train Depot Bnng-euy Produce - Crafts- Baked Goods Yard Sale Items ' Small set up fee Proceeds for Alders0n Renaissance Committee Certified, Massage Therapist t~ ." Specializing ln k~ ~"~'~i~ Rela.vation e o tee our. i ~am Lemfey 203 1/2 E. Washington St., Lewisburg By Appointment- 645-1t74 Affordable care in a plofess~onat, sensitive environ ;n e n t. ,.:..~,~....~ Take out a subscription to the Mountain Messenger Subscription Rates In State: $14.84 In State Senior Citizens $13.78 In State Students $11.13 (9 mos.) Out of State $15.00 Out of State Senior Citizens $14.00 Mountain Messenger 122 N. Court: Street Lewisburg, WV 24901 an an Priscilla Maren 'My son dresses himself at daycare, but at home he goes limp and Insists that I dress him." 'Vicki puts things away at nursery school, but strews them all around at home." "Raphael shares at school, but he won't share when he has a friend over." "Anna eats a good lunch at her schooi, but she's very p~cky at ii~e supper table." When parents find out how "well- behaved" their child is at school, they sometimes feel angry at their child for being difficult at home, and may feel resentment toward the teacher for being able to get their child to do things that the child re- fuses to do for them -[he social situation at school is entirely different from the one at home. At school, children want to be accepted by the other children, and they keep an eye out as to now the others react to them. Also, at school they often do things as a group, whe,e there ~s no challenge put to indwiduais to "behave" or not, and going along witll the group brings a sense of comradeship. The daily routines of many of the group and individual activities at school give children a feeling of se- curity and satisfaction. They come to know exactly what is expected, and they get pleasure out of doing it right. For example, a typical before- lunch routine might be: Sit and listen for their name to be called. When it ~s called, go and wash their hands. dry them on a paper towel and drop it in ti~e waste basket. Then go pick up a place mat and a cup and fork and spoon and set their place at a table. Then sit down and wait for lunch. To see that everyone else is going through the same motions seems to make children want to do it too, and seems to make waiting eas~ar as well. The group influence is a part of what makes chddren behaved" at school. At can't very well duplicate thisl there are several things you car Develop routmes simil~ those used at your child's such things as getting ting toys away, setting the Ask your child's teachers for on how to establish thes'e at home. Have a specific place for thing that your child uses ~ng, toys, equipment. cubbyholes can be made from~ board boxes or fruit crates, be labeled with pictures of jects. Develop a daily schedule as regular as possible, events like getting dressed, outdoors, taking a bath, bed, take place at a same times on most days. Something fun to do to( Ask your child to draw a with crayons or colored pens on a p~ece of paper 8-1 or smaller. Sit down nearby a~ the child to tell you about the as he or she draws. As tells you, write it down either picture or on another piece of the same size. Save these and "stories." Something to make with your child When you have collected pictures, all on the same size with your written captions or put them in a pile and staple together along the left-hand making a book. Then you child can sit down and read book together. Field Young athletes may test their abilities at the Pioneer Days Youth Field Events Thursday, July 5, 10 a.m., at the Marlinton Elementary Ball Field. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. Events include: Tee bali, football punt, tug of war, basketball toss, water balloon toss, sprints; Softball throw for distance and accuracy, bi- cycle obstacle course, water carry Events relay, running long jump, and ning obstacle course. All participants will be age groups for each each will receive a ben. First second and third ribbons will be awarded event and in each age group. For more information, Lauren Stanfield, 799-7386. If you like the Mountain Messen Please thank our advertisers FINANCING The cheapest widely .~\ distributed classifieds in town. For an error-free ad. please type or print plainly. DEADLINE: 9 A.M. FRIDAY CALL TODAY! a word a word when accompanied if billed. by payment. 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