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t -' 1 ~. The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, August 9, 1990 58 Hospice Needs Sheep To Shawl (+ .... *--, ^ I c L=, :-+.+, . .... ,-., ,, New Volunteers Demo At ,a,, 3r0sc0D :':':::- Th )ne time a finely professionals and non-profes- Monroea! d Greenbrier counties sionals who are interested in will once again, demonstrate :he iffed to stop working in a variety of areas of spi2j ing and eaving at the August12Ih-18th , erie into an oini- hospice. All volunteers working State Fair of West Virginia this .ntS periies with patients have completed ayear. ,The popular "Sheep-to- AlUES--Mard, 21/Apri120 SCORPIO--Oct. 24,'Nov. 22 A week for striking bargains. Keep Being a Sun/Scorpio individual be found blooming from ,viii ahvavs be available. As an 20 hour training program. Hos-Shawl ' demonstration will be m mind the axiom that fair exchange you do not alk)w yourself to give way .f I .t0 October in pastures, alternative, diuretic tonic, ;ct0T0ws and along the road-yarrow, taken as a tea three or ; Plain both Europe and North four times a day, is very good we0 rica, yarrow is a tough for the treatment of colds, flu Withe strong a,?gt, l: ,r and fevers. The herbal proper- r, l, grows up to three feetties have the ability to cleanse ilY, l With leaves attached in an the blood of infections, maintain agle lar fashion ak)ng the stem. bodily strength a?d, at the same eny,|leaves are very fine and time, stimulate perspiration s Ii What wooly, almost like which will ()pen the pores and ,t m eate little miniature ferns, remove other unwanted wastes ,f in bloom the flower ap- -- relieving the kidneys from e like a flat head of mat y working overtime. Combined il b pfl0wers clustered to ethcr, with peppermint menth pipeHta, ne United States the" most and elder flowers, sambucus I color is white althoueh canadensis, this treatment is more [5 ral varieties reach shades ff effective than quinine. purple. Whenever you see I # rst bloom in a patch of yar- al is said to be appropriate e i .e a wish. In the throwing et )ng, the Chine use dried )w Sticks to establish the er set of characters to be 4,,- . , . Crushing the plant between It; f'ngers you ,viii discover a and pleasant smell, per- 'ii["iSllghtly astringent as yar- [,,~ts best known for its astrin- Pr0perties. The fresh leaves o;[ed against simple wounds Yarrow is also effective when taken as a tea for incontinence of urine, especially when mucus discharges are present. For relief from minor toothache just chew a bit of yarrow to ease the pain. Known to be one of the most ancient herbs, the prized yarrow grows on the burial site of Con- fucius. Editor's Note: These articles are intended for educational pur- poses only. They are not intended to treat, diagnose or prescribe, nor to be considered as a substi- tute for professional care. C of C Video II ta $111Wley Lass Quarter horse en-' Tonya Duckworth of compete at the 19th American Junior Quar- Association World show and con- m Tulsa, Oklahoma Au- will be among 1,400 ages 19 and under, from pice provides care for the termi- nally ill so that they may live as fully and comfortably as pos- sible. Hospice recognizes dying as part of the normal process of living and focuses on maintain- ing the quality of remaining life. Hospice affirms life and death. Hospice exists in the hope and belief that through appropriate care and promotion of a caring community sensitive to their needs, patients and families may be free to attain a degree of men- tel and spiritual preparation for death that is satisfactory to them. The Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce has pro- duced a videotape of Greenbrier County. The tape entitled "Greenbrier County, West Vir- ginia; Where Quality of Life Is More Than A Tradition" was produced by Heather Hanson of Vision Video. Her company pro- vides individuals as well as area businesses with professional video productions. The video runs nine minutes and provides overview of the region. The pur- pose of the tape is to promote tourism and attract new busi- ness to the area. For more information, contact the chamber business office at 645-1000. A copy of this tape is on loan at the Greenbrier County Public Library. Volunteers are the heart of hospice. Without volunteers there most likely would be no hospice program. The volunteer not only contributes directly to the well-being of the terminally ill patient but also allows the agency to maintain quality health care and keep cost at a minimum. Volunteers can serve in many different areas of their choice such as: nursing, social workers, clergy, physical thera- pist, direct patient vohtnteer (in- volved with patient and family), indirect patient volunteer (runs errands, does shopping, etc., not involved directly with the pa- tient family), and office/secre-. tarial/clerical volunteer. The ba- sic and most important qualifi- cation for being a hospice volun- teer is the agreement of hospice philosophy and a desire to be a part of the effort. If you are interested, please fill out the ap- plication below, or call 645-2700. Mail to Greenbrier Valley Hos- pice, Inc., 400 North Lee Street, Lewisburg. Nal'ne: Address: Phone: ANNouNCING NoW IN LEWISBURG KAREg ACADEMY OF DANCE States, Canada, Mex- OVER West Germany partici- RAVENWOOD GALLERY in the show. She will 106 E. WASHINGTON STREET With her American ter Horse Beggar Pat TAP, BALLET, JAZZ, BATON, & GYMNASTICS to "J,a 13 "" -year-old sorrel geld- ENROLLMENTS- AUGUST 6th, 13th, & 20th Pole bending and stake 4:00 - 6:30 P.M. RAVENWOOD GALLERY IT.nYa is the 14-year-old KAREN FAMA, DIRECTOR hter of Wayne Duckworth 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE TEACHING CHILDREN IN SOUTHERN WV. .,/,('J % flaWley and Polly Duck- 252-3001 ot Alderson and is a 10th FALL CLASSES STARTING SEPT. 5th m, ,Take out a Ubsenption to the F ti;n" U;e;r SALON Annouces the associ tlon of Kathy Chieffo from White Sulphur State: $14.84 ~ ~St~te Se~i'iL+-+d;6en~ Springs. Kathy has been associated with the Esquire and Super Cut in West Palm Beach, Florida. $13.78 State Students I. 13 (9 mos.) ]0Ut of State $15.00 I Out of State Senior | Citizens $14.00 Court Street WV 24901 ri i I ii illl IIB i I I~B ill i i i i i ll~ GET ACQUAINTED OFFER I PERM SPECIAL I | FOR NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY | I $ 24.00 I I I I mCLVDES CUT AND S VLE I Lwith coupon only explrea August 31st. I I BBII I I I IIIB I I I B~I I IIB BIIB J For appontment Call Kathy Wednesday-Saturday Sharon Piercy, owner - stylist 645-1072 Corrugated Asphalt Roofing and Siding Fast, easy installation Reduces noise Goes directly over old roof Provides added insulation Won't rust or corrode Lifetime warranty Low maintenance 1 mile south of 1-64 Lewisburg, WV 645-2424 '56 Years Proud Because Our Promises Made Were Kept" WHITE BROWN RED BLACK GRAY GREEN * IN STOCK COLORS At I lt $2 IqUanm in Itock 113 S. Court St., Lewisburg, W.Va. Phone 645,1334 conducted August 1 I, I to 5 p.m., August 12 from noon to 4 p.m., and weekdays 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the sheep arena. Six spinners, three weavers, and a carder will be on hand to answer questions from the public. A spinning contest will be held August 13 at 10 a.m. A weaver and a spinner will work m the sheep arena August 13-17 each day from noon to 4 p.m. Mrs Hefner During the State FFA Convention held July 11-14, Glenna Hefner was presented the Honorary State FFA Degree. Mrs Hefner, a retired business teacher from Greenbrier East high School, has helped with -FFA activities for many years. She is in charge of youth entries at the West Virginia State Fair. Jason Hughes (left), State FFA President, gave Mrs Hefner her award. Barry Level, Southeastern Region State Vice-President, and Jamie Hunter, Greenbrier East Chapter President, look on. is not robbery. The only mistake you could make this week is being a little too generous to others, as you're feel ing so '.',,eli disposed towards them and they might try to take advantage of this. TAURUS -- April 21/May 21 You might have to put in a little ow_,rtime at work because of n/il/or problems that may arise mid-week. I lowever, your evenings are going to be filled with an extra surge of excite- nlellt, so make sure not to turn down any social invitations. GEMINI -- May 22/June 21 Keep yuur 'happy-goducky' mood within bounds this week; it could lead to irresponsible behavior. You proba- bly haw' the feeling that it's a tin;e to take chances, but do st) only in mod- ('ration. I~ you arc asked to be a god parent, remember this is a responsibil it}'. CANCER -- tune 22/July 22 Nothing is likely to go wrong this week; Jupiter is at your service. Rely on instinct to guide your decisions and your actions, t lave full confidence in your abilities. Don't dwell on a mi- nor source of irritation concerning the behavior of someone at home. LEO --July 23/August 23 A rather busy week full ot good business opportunitic.'s. But make sure not to waste time on unfulfilling proj- ects. You have an intense flair for mo- tivation this week. VIRGO -- August 24/Sept. 22 It's the minor rather than the major details of business that you should concern yourself with this week. Your imagination could be more useful than you think. Make a special point of being available for any formal so- cial function as it will be to your ad- vantage. LIBRA -- Sept. 23/Oct. 23 Because of the present movements of Jupiter, things will be going your way this week. A good time to express ,,,ourself verbally or in writing. Music, art and literature2 are all starred. Perse- vere with these gifts and fortune will come your way. to exaggerated optimism, but you are justified in taking a hopeful v'iew of your plans; the tide )f fortune is turn- inZ in your direction+ The main thing now ~s for you to seek wider outlets lot your abilities. SAGITTARIUS--Nov. 231De, 23 ]here's a lot going on around you that will capture your interest this week. The opportunity to spread your- self in more directions is at hand, so try to play a part in a lot of happen- ings. Beware of a silly accident on Tuesday, Try not to do things in a hurry. CAP'RICORN -- Dec. 241Jan. 20 A recurring uncertainty will vanish fins week The scales are evenly tipped now, so you are able to maintain a bal- ance between what you have to give itlId ivhat votJ receive hl return. AQUARIOS -- lan. 21./Feb. 18 You're in a particularly tolerant mood ]'his week you are willing to live and let live. Your power of faith is strong and you should have no reason to regret your liberal impulses. Every- thing seems to be wurking out well. PISCES -- Feb. 19/March 20 You're finding it easy to handle your affairs this week. You are not en- countering any problems or pressure to prevent you item being productive The end of the week holds a fun occa- sion which you should attend Your birthday this week THE NEXT 12 MONTHS One of the best years of your life is about to start Everything seems to come toFether this year; due to your own enterprising nature m~d self confi- dence. You will master the art of ful- fi}ling your desires; nothing will pre- vent you from getting what you want. Early in the new Year you will find your~lf dealing with legal matters; be sure to get expert advice if there's any- thing you don't understand -- you don't want anything to ruin your good fortune this year! 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