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Our Home: West Virginia There's No Place Like It! ............................................................................ ° ....... , Kick Back, Relax And We Will You A Meal Prepared To Order From The Best And Freshest Stock Available• & FRIENDS CASUAL DINING Lunch • Dinner ° Wine Service Washington St. Historic Lewisburg 645-4548 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In-State $14.84 InState Senior Citizens $13.78 In-State Students $11.13(9 rags.) Out-of-State, $15.00 $1 discount to Senior Citizens Mountain Messenger 122 N. Court Street Lewisburg, WV 24901 647-5724 The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, August 16, 1990 9A Seniors To Meet At Jackson's Mill cerchants Honori orner Market I The 19th Annual Senior Citi- zens Conference will be held on September 11-13 at Jackson's Mill in Lewis County. Under the therne, "New Hori- zons For The 90s," workshops will be presented, along with a Health Fair and Arts and Crafts Fair. Governor Caperton wilt open the session and Senator Rockefeller will close. Other activities include a Gos- pel Sing, cloggers, square danc- ing, Special Olympics, and a concert by "Little Jimmy" Dick- ens. Registration is open to all interested Senior Citizens on a first-come, first-served basis. For further inforrnation, call the Greenbrier County Committee on Aging at 392-5138. The Ronceverte Merchants Association honored a major business change m downtown P, onceverte on August 6. Su n and Steve Morgan, owners of the Corner Market, have re- cently built a new and larger store, constructed a new gaso- line island, and converted to Exxon petroleum products. Cor- ner Market now offers an ex- panded inventory, dell, and sit- down dining. To celebrate this business growth, which Mrs Morgan attributes to "commu- nity support," the Merchants Association presented the Mor- gans flowers, and a gift certifi- cate for dinner. First National Bank of Ronceverte presented flowers and Wiseman's Floral sent corsages for Mrs Morgan and her staff. Reynold's Oil also provided an Exxon radio remote control car for give-away. The winner was Regina Godfrey of White Sulphur Springs. Those attending the festivities were Virginia Faber, President of the Merchants Association, Ramona Goutiere, Executive Director of the Greenbrier Valley Economic Devdopment Corporation, City Commissioner Lindy Hodges and wife, Anita, and Merchants' members Virginia Blake, Keith Morgan, Pete Piercy, Valerie Vo- tosin, Bill Sturgill, Sue Ella Mi- anD and Sheri Hanshaw. Okey McCraw and Duke Fouche 25" Cable-Compatible MTS Stereo Color Monitor/Receiver 139-ch. • 26-key remote control quartz tuning • dbx NR • Comb filter • On-screen display • Picture sharpness control • Timer (sleep, on-off) ° A/V inputs/outputs • Dual speakers TC 2055S 20" Cable-Compatible MTS Stereo Color Monitor/Receiver 139-ch. • 26-key remote control quartz tuning • dbx NR • Comb filter • On-screen 0~splay * Picture sharpness control • Timer (sleep, on-off) • 1 AN input & output • Dual speakers TC2750S Cable-Compatlble MTS . Stereo Color Monltor/Recewer Square comer screen • 139-’h. • 26-key remote control quartz tuning * dbxNR • Comb filter • On-screen display • Programmable scan • Stereo speakers & amp. • Timer (sleep. on/off) McCraw Gets Lions Award Okey McCraw became Lewis- burg Lion Club's most recent re- cipient of the State Lions Club's "Leonard Jarrett" award. This award, presented during a re- cent Club meeting to Mr McCraw, was presented by past president Duke Fouche on be- half of the club and the West Virginia State Sight Foundation. The inscription read "in sincere appreciation and recognition of distinguished service for Sight and Hearing of the West Vir- ginia Lions Club." Mr McCraw joined the Lewisburg Lions Club in the late 1950s and has held the office of President, Zone Chair- man, Deputy District Governor and was named the Club's "Man of the Year" in 1978. For many years he has served on the club's Antique Show Committee, a project he and P. L. Gainer initi- ated many years ago, as a fund raising project for the Club which has grown each year and is an event looked forward not only by the membership but those in attendance. I The best things in the Greater ~, Greenbrier Valley are free... [ ncluding The Mountain Messenger) %$Y JIM McCUTCHEON, Managing Agent SPECIALISTS IN INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE FOR BROCHURES & INFORMATION CALL I 645-3666 OR STOP BY 117 EAST WASHINGTON ST., SUITE 18 LEWISBURG, W.VA.