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I eds A. Morris and Marie Mor- E. McClung and Della 1.96 acres, Meadow Bluff Lee McClung and Norma to Larry Gabbert and two lots, Meadow David Bruce,Sandra Carol B. Etheridge, and Ray Etheridge to Charles and Thelma Morgan, two Dist. T. Peck, Charles K. T. Shaffer, William T. Rachel T. Provence, Robert T. Proffitt, J. Margaret T. Richard H. Schmidt, David Grace K. Tuckwiller, Tuckwfller Jr., Phyllis H. and Margaret P. Tuck- Jerry Michael Thomas Jr., , Williamsburg Dist. L. Walkup to Ricky Donald T acre, Meadow Bluff Dist. Rudd and Hattie M. Rudd W. White, 4.42 acres, An- Clay and Joseph J. Clay parcel, Town of F. Clay and Joseph J. Clay E. Williams and Florine F. two lots, Town of Alderson E. llonaker to Elita S. four lots, Fort Spring Dist. Hill and Peggie J. llill to E. Rudd Jr. and Gloria. L. lots, Frankford Dist. E. Meadows and Billy to Charles W. Smith K. Smith, lot, Lewlsburg Forbes and lona B. Forbes three lots, Town Spence and Laura B. James F. McKenzle, two J. Martin to Donald E. and Anne G. Thwalts, lot ', Dist. Cyrus Sr. and Drema K. L. Sams, 1.39 acres, Hanson and Donna Sue tO Selma J. Martin, lot, Le- t hist. Robert Tuckwiller and Nel- to Daniel E. Dodrill A. Dodrfll, 1.036 acre, Dist. tin C. Anderson and Anderson to Jack Alan Lewtsburg Dist. lil. Alder*on IV and Betty to Harold Gibson and Ruth Meadow Bluff Dist. IL Howard and Melody to Judith Ann Mossburg, of Lewisburg E. Rifle, Trustee to The Bank in Ronceverte, City of White Sulphur M. Buckley to Graver P. W. Bums, 28 acres, Dean Stowers and Gloria to Claude Kinder and Mllam, one acre, Anthony and Ralph d. Yeager Danlels, four lots, Town O. Harry and Judith W. ILH. Swepston and Gerald .557 acre, Lewisburg BOstlc and Angela Bostlc to .98 acre, Lewlsburg L. Windon and Barbara F. to Larry Bostlc and Donna .35 acres, Lewlsburg Dist. Roy Moody, William H. M. Bennett, Ronald IL D. Moody, Louise B. M. Henson, and Henson to Ronnie A. Ben- acres, Fort Spring Dist. New Suits Filed I Inc., An Ohio Corporation Moss dba Mountaineer Henry Shortrldge vs. y Shortridge Carter and Tracy Carter vs. Sears ert Starcher ,vs. Brenda Motors, Inc. vs. Debo- Orozco vs. Home Care I. Cruse vs. Barbara E. June Asbury Faulkner vs. Faulkner, Sr. Hayes vs. Donna L. Baldwin vs. Dwight F. r of West Virginia, ex rel. Ed- Sebert vs. Jane L. Cllne, West Virginia Depart- as next friend Dlckerson, an infant vs. Mary Simmons of West Virginia, e.x rel. Jane L. ~line, Depart- Vehicles Sincerest gratitude to all those in the search for f, Thursday. Our heartfelt out to all our neighbors, the rescue and polios who worked so dili- find him. Also, a very spe- who can love and , of Zackary Dillon Concord College Registration for the 1991-92 academic year at Concord Col- lege, Athens, will take place Au- gust 26 and 27, the Concord Regislrar's .Office recently an- nounced. Sign-up for classes will take place at the Administration Building at 8:30 a.m. both days. Classes begin Wednesday Au- gust 28. Registration for on- campus night classes will be handled at 6 p.m. September 3. Residence hails open for new students from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. August 24 and for returning stu- dents at 1 p.m. August 25. Reg- Istration for Concord classes In Raleigh County will be con- ducted at 6:30 p.m. August 26- 27 at Beckley College on the lower level of Benedum Hall. Payment of fees will be proc- essed August 26-30 at the Con- cord Business Office in the Ad- ministration Building. Incoming freshmen may pay on August 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. as part of Freshman Orientation. The Col- lege Bookstore and Snack Bar will also be open at that time. Students must pay their rut- lion and fees or make arrange- ments to pay by 3 p.m. August 30; a $15 late fee goes into effect after that date. Students may add courses at Concord until 4 p.m. September 6. further information is avail- able from the Concord Registrar's Office by calling (800) 344-6679 toll-free within West Virginia, or by calling 384-5237. Hearing Set on U. S. 219 The possibility of widening almost one mile of U. S. Highway 219 between Interstate 64 and downtown Lewisburg will the the focus of a public meeting August 27, 7 p.m., at the Greenbrier County Courthouse In Lewis~ burg. The West Virginia Department of Highways (DOH) will conduct the meeting, with representatives present to discuss four proposed alternates for the project. The DOH officials will answer ques- tions and receive public input. Of particular interest in the discussions will be the eco- nomic, environmental, and social factors of the four alternates, which involve the construction of a center left-turn "storage" lane to facilitate traffic flow. The stretch of highway has been the subject of increasing local con- cern as traffic counts and ac- companying congestion have grown over the past few years. According to information from the DOH, an environmental review Is available locally for public inspection and reproduc- tion at the Greenbrier County ,Clerk's Office at the courthouse in Lewisburg and the District Nine Highway Engineer's Office in Ronceverte. MESSENGER Round-Robin Softball Tournament August 24 and 25, Alderson Town Park. Entry fee: $65. First, second, and third place team trophies. Fist and second-place indi- vidual trophies. 445-2591 after 4 p.m. for registration. Rummage Sale Neola Church of God, Route 92, August 23 and 24, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Clothing, holusehold items, one refrigerator, alarm systenl, hooded charcoal grill, baked goods, hot dogs, and soda pop! Seneca Mental Health/Mental Retardation Council And Seneca Residential Services Board of Directors, regularly scheduled meeting: August 26, Greenbrier County Mental Health Center, 100 Church Street, Lewisburg, 8p.m. National Association of Retired Federal Employees Greenbrier Valley Chapter 994, meeting August 28, 2 p.m., Alder- son Town Hall. Bethel Pentecostal Holiness Church, Organ Cave Homecoming, August 25, with former pastor James Kite preaching. in 11 a.m. service. Dinner at noon. Singing to follow. Reverend Comer is pastor. Sixth Annual Greenbrier County Football Grid-O-Rama EYiday, august 23, 6:30 p.m., Spartan Stadium at Greenbrier East High School, Fairlea. Admission: $3. First game: Peterstown vs. Pocahontas County. Second game: Union vs. Webster County. Third game: Greenbrier East vs. Greenbrier West. West Virginia Greens A local chapter of a new national political party trill meet at 7 p.m. August 29 at Rick Wadsworth's home, 214 N. Lee Street in l_z, wis- burg. COGS Registration University of West Virginia College of Graduate Studies will lugld registration at Greenbrter Commtmity College Center, August 23 from 4 to 5 p.m. Musicians At Carnegie Bluegrass and folk musicians, the Dillards, will appear at Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg at 8 p.m. At~. ust 23. Tickets are: adults $8; sen- iors and students $7. Keep West Virginia Green: Shop at Home! { Ce v l t) aio3 a mcx ra e prrce.d mona ,m r,'can iarl l ishe.rie l. i@ rc0 (o145- U: The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, August 22, 1991 3A Free Legal Advice .... i Available Appalachian Research and Defense Fund is an organization of lawyers in Charleston able to represent low-income persons without charge in various legal situations. Their help is avail- able in regards to the 765,000- volt power line prepared for Summers, Mercer and Monroe counties. If a resident is inter- ested in being represented by a lawyer and would like to fight the power line through legal means, especially during the lhablic Service Commission hear- ings, he may be able to secure the services of those lawyers at no charge, according to Laurine Yates of Common Ground, a group fighting the plan by Appa- lachian Power Company (APCO). To qualify, income must be less than $650 per month for one household member and $200 for each additional person. The following persons may be contacted about the program: John McFerrin, Attorney-at-Law, Appalachian Research and De- fense Fund, I 116-B Kanawha' Boulevard East, Charleston 25301, Telephone 344-9687. Common Ground, Box 515, Union 24983. Jill Fischer, Community Serv- ices Building, Main Street, Un- ion 24983. Telephone 772-3381. kaurine Yates, Route 1, Box 185, Union 24983. Telephone 772-3172. Find the tilne. | ]:tVC "3 lll3111IllOgl'fllll. G'vc yours:If the chance ofa hfctunc. I I i I John D. ~'~ : Longanacrs Owner... Director Longanacre Funeral Home ,,) WHAT ETHICS ARE IMPORTANT FOR FUNERAL DIRECTORS TO LIVE BY? There are several codes by which the ethical and professional funeral director should be operating their funeral service practices. Some of these codes are formulated by na- tional associations and some have evolved over the years by what the thoughtful, and public-minded funeral directors have found to be in good taste, within the bounds of propri- ety and pubiic interest. The truly professional and public-spirited fu- neral director spends as little time as possible in the hospitals, especially in those words for the terminally ill. We are the LAST persons these people want to see in their hours of stress. Many's the time I have wished to make a catl on friends in the hospital, but I am sensi- live to making this call for fear of it being mis- interpreted. We also do not advertise "low prices" and then try to push for a highter-priced fune~l. In fact, we leave the Selection Room so me family cannot feel any pressure from us and can de- cide in their own good time. Our mission is to be of help and comfort to the families long before, during, and after the fu- neral. We hope you know of our deep desire Ito be of the greatest help through life to the people of our area. Call on us when you need us - not just during the greatest hour of stress when death comes upon us. LONGANACRE FUNERAL HOME Fort Spring, WV 647-4025 Travel, Inc. Fly Away with SAVE 50% OFF US Air/US Air Express Companion Ticket With The Purchase Of One Adult Roundtrip Ticket Of $125 Or More, Saturday Night Stay Over Required. Certain Restrictions Apply. CALL US FOR DETAILS. 123 W. 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