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10B The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, June 30, 1987 Ronceverte VFD winners On May 23, the, Ronceverte Volunteer Fire Department held a drawing to give away an FFA ham and bacon. The winners were: First place Velma Blankenship of Frandford; and second place- Pam Baker of Teaberry Road in Ronceverte. The ham and bacon were purchased by the First National Bank of Ronceverte and were then donated to the R.V.F.D. for the raffle. We wish to thank eveyone who purchased a raffle ticket and thank the First National Bank in Ronceverte for their generous donation. On June 16, the Ronceverte Volunteer Fire Department answered a call to the Violet Burns residence on Coffman Hill Road. The response to this residence was urgent as Miss Burns is bedridden. However, upon arrival the firemen found no fire and proceeded to investigate. 16 members, 5 juniors and 3 units responded to the call. If you have a handicapped person living with you or at your home - We urge you to noti4y your local fire department so proper action and response may take place if a call should happen to be at your home. Smoot VFD sponsoring equipment fund-raiser The Smoot Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank its many supporters for their faithful support over the years. Your generousity provides the funds to give you the service and protection you deserve. The Fire Dept. at present is in need of new equipment so we can better serve the community.' A special fund raising project will be going on for the next few weeks. Men will be calling on every home in the Fire District asking for your participation. Each family that helps out with $10 will receive (1) 8x10 family portrait, compliments of the Fire Dept. for your support. The portraits will be made of your family at the Fire Dept. Building on July 19 by Columbia Productions. Your cooperation in this project is t~eeded and will be greatly appreciated. GOOD THURS. & FRI. (JULY 2 & 3) ONLY. CLOSED JULY 4th. GREENBRIER VALLEY FARM CENTER m ~-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-"~ RONCEVERTE, WV * 647-4455 Check our Inventory Specials Now! Real Estate For Sale! The Trust Department of the Greenbrier Valley National Bank, Lewisburg, West Virginia, will be offering, for sale, by sealed bids, the following parcels of land for the heirs of Alexander M. Caldwell: Caldwell Haraware, Main Street, Lewisburg Municipality Mountaineer Gas Building, Main Street, Lewisburg Municipality Quilts Unlimited Building, Main Street, Lewisburg Municipality 49 acres Lewisburg District .04A and easement, Lewisburg District Please contact the Trust Department personnel (304) 645-2500 for details, if interested, by July lOth. Children at the Brier Patch School's final program. Brier Patch kids have final program The children at The Brier Patch School in Fairlea welcomed parents, grandparents and friends to their final program of the school year on Thursday, May 28. The children presented poems, songs, skits and dances that took the audience around the world through the months of the year. In "The World is a Rainbow" the children sang about a world filled with many different kinds of people and that if we all work together we can live in harmony. The children and teachers did indeed show that they "work and live in harmony" by the Nursery class presenting "Five Little Jack.o-Lanterns," "Little Snowflakes," and "Raindrops." The PreKindergarten class presented "Signs of Autumn," "Ten Red Apples," "Here is the Chimney," "The Melting Snowman," "Mr. Wind," and "Hello, Mr. Robin." The Gonna Mail Myself to You," "Washington and Lincoln" and sang "The Freedom Train." The Kindergarteners also recited the poem "The Little Plant" and - dressed as colorful flowers danced to "The Waltz of the Flowers." The program culminated by all the classes singing "The World is a Rainbow" and the presentation of awards by Melissa Lee, Kindergarten Teacher/Direct- or; Suzanne Criddle, PreKindergar- ten Teacher; and Pare Cross, Nursery Teacher. The Brier Patch School is located on Davis Stuart Road in Fairlea and enrolls children ages 3 through 6, in Nursery through Kindergarten. The school is open 7:30 to 5:30 year round and has a summer program which enrolls children up to the 4th grade. For more information, contact the Director, Kindergarteners presented "The Melissa Lee, or Suzanne Criddle, "First Thanksgiving Story," sangi'lt Teacher, at 647-5017. is Thankgiving Day," recited "1 m Frankford grade school honor roll \ \ Sixth Six Week= \ Third grade Jeremy Linden. Tracy Wykle, Christi McMillion, Jamie Morgan, Brian Martin, Kassie Boone, Alexis Clendenen, Doug Johnston. Marshall Justice, Jaime Lockhart, Laura Morgan, Tommy Walton and Tuna Zimmerman. Fourth l~ade Tony Davis, Hot Dog Dolan, Crystal Goddard. Drew Hudgins, Angela Wise, Gary Stowasser, Kurtis Russell, Sarah Ogden, Loft O'Brien, Sarah Moloney and Joey Henne. Fifth grade Laura Bell, Paula VanReenen, Amy Yates and Julie Hanna. Sixth grade Josh Angell, Andy McClintic, Suzanne Sartor, Rhonda Fowler, Bobby Herndon, Lois Perkins and Melodie Stowasser. Automobile Dealers Make Many Claims About Low Payments and Huge Savings. Lewis And Get These Facts Own a 1987 Renault Alliance 4-Door e f quipped with 4 spd. trans., reclining bucket seats, tinted glass, AM/FM and more. not 60 months not 48 months not 36 months but for 24 monthly payments of =266.67= Retail price .... $8,033 Sale price ...... 7,675 Cash or trade... 1,275 Amount Financed ...... =6400 Was $14,810 Now =12,150+ *Offer expires 6/30/87 *Qualified buyers only. 0% A.P.R. Limited time offer Save =2,660 on a 1987 Eagle 4x4 4-door equi pped with 6 cyl., auto trans., power door locks, air cond., ET AM/FM, tilt wheel, cruise and much more. Own a New 1987 Renault GTA Sport Coupe for Was =11,900 You Save =1,920 equipped with 5 speed tranS., air cond., ETR AM/FM cassette, rear defogger, cruise and much more. ++Savings and purchase price include customer cash rebate i i i i For Details On Other Incentive Programs [See One Of Our Professional Salespeople. Lewisburg. 645-2424 Bill Lewis Motors, Inc. Used Car Lot Wheel and Deal House "$1 hen t~emjf B,H#e Fairlea - 645-1955 /~.mlm Reh lee. Xepe" Second Semester Grade Six Josh Angell, Bobby Herndon, Andy McClintic, Lois Perkins, Suzy Sartor and Melodie Stowasser. Grade Five Laura Bell, Alice Ann Hanna, Julie Hanna, Paula VanReenan and Amy Yates. Grade Four Hot Dog Dolan, Crystal Goddard, Joey Henne, Drew Hudgins, Sarah Moloney, Lori O'Brien, Sarah Ogden, Tracy Pack, Kurtis Russell, Gary Stowasser, Katie Williamson and Angela Wise. Grade Three Kassie Boone, Alexis Clendenen, Doug Johnston, Marshall Justice, Jeremy Linden, Jaime Lockhart, Laura Morgan, Jamie Morgan, Christi McMillion, Kevin Mullins, Jaime Tincher, Chris Windon, Tracy Wykle and Tuna Zimmer- man. J SUPERB QUALITY "CRAFTSMANSHIP AND PRODUC I'S ~MPROVEMENTS A ~vislon of fv~lclrmm Custom Carpentry Romodelln8 Restorations Oedm- Porchee Windom Dowse Garq~ Additlems 6unrooms/Sdar Greenhomms 645-7337 % G; Drew Forrester, Owner The cheapest widely distributed classifieds in town -- now reach 18,453 households for Only...... 0 a word When accompanied Mr. Larry Dunbar Mr. Harold Allen Ronceverte VFD mem complete CPR training On March 1, the Ronceverte Volunteer Fire Department began Advanced First Aid and CPR (CardiOpulmonary Resuscitation) classes. These classes have taken 9 weeks to complete. It has resulted in 23 members of the department being certified in Advanced First Aid and CPR. Mr. Harold Allen of Union was the certified instructor for the Advanced First Aid. Harold has been involved in emergency services for about 15 years. Mr. Larry Dunbar certified instructor for class. He, too, is a member Union Ambulance and the Volunteer Fire Department. I certified E.M.T. and has extensive training. If your organization would have either or both may contact Mr. Harold Larry Dunbar, or Mr. Bill You may contact Mr. Burns 6731 after 4:00 p.m. Friday. WV insurance lesson becomes bill in U.S. competition. "Under current law it is impossible to find courts, as West Vi discovered. In re antitrust exemption, we taking punitive action. are enhancing the states' address the critical insurance accessibility affordability for businesses, and local ments. If the industry the law, our legislation alh recourse. If the industry law, it has no reason to legislation," said Staggers. A member of the Judiciary Committee, St= said that hearings have been held on the practices insurance industry. He anticipates that the introduced bill will consideration in committee. West Virginia Congressman Harley Staggers, Jr. said that the "insurance crisis''?orced on the State last year by the insurance industry underscores the need to address the problems of access to insurance and. affordable prices. Staggers announced that he has joined with other lawmakers in introducing a bill that'would do away with a law that exempts the insurance industry from federal antitrust law. Congressman Staggers said that insurance companies threw West Virginia into a "state of emergency" last year, when they successfully "blackmailed" the State Legislature into repealing insurance reform legislation. He said that the repeal of the insurance industry's antitrust exemptiO~ would enh;~nce the states' ability to regulate the insurance industry and promote ,oos, so Home WINDOWS--HANGING SIGNS--CUSTOM PAINTING--CARS-- TRUCKS--MURALS--PIN STRIPING--LETTERHEADS- GREENBRIER VALLEY FARM CENTER. INC. 920 Monroe Avenue Ronceverte. 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