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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, August 22, 1991 3B This Week In History By ANDREA GAINER WVU Exlension Agenl, Home ice cream season us, and as the tempera- continue to soar, we often the cool and creamy flavor cream. Among the variety real dairy prod- add to the natural flavor goodness of ice cream. to the link between raw and Salmonella enteritltldls that can cause illness with fever, abdominal and diarrhea), consum- are advised to avoid using Product or recipe in which are not cooked. This in- foods such as homemade or custard. If these are made from an ade- cooked, stirred custard they should be safe. Heat- significantly reduces of any bacteria that Commercially ice cream is made eggs and is not With Salmonella enteritl- frozen custard ice cream that follows is prepared COoked, stirred custard. flavors of this ice Will delight your taste keeping you cool the sweltering sum- al0nths. Custard Ice Cream (I-I/2 to 2 quarts) milk honey cream va nilla raedium saucepan, beat to- milk, sugar, honey Cook over low heat, Constantly, until mixture just coats a metal quickly by setting cold water and stir- a few minutes. Cover until thorou ,hly Rep to Veterans States Representative Staggers of West Virginia has enacted new veterans, includ- of the Persian Gulf. member of the House Affairs Committee, have already been into law thls year, with seven measures Senate action or Presi- Consideration. Congress has enacted Improve benefits and for all veterans," said "including important for veterans fo the Per- in the Soldiers' and Civil Relief Act of 1940 Updated housing assis- arid re-employment rights of the National Reserves called to ac- District Representative will have Infer- which cover in veterans bene- Services, when he visits area," Mr. Staggers said. that veterans and their Who have any question veterans' benefits and stop by and meet Representative Kelvin Will be in, the area soon times and loca- County Cam- Room County Court- Hlnton, 8 30 - 10 a.m., 28; and Union Fire Hall Room, 11 a.m. P.ra., August 28. t Federal Meet Chapter atlonal Association of Re- Employees met for a covered dish dinner Federal Prison Camp Center in Alderson. raembers and guests were The group honored on her birthday. meeting will be Au- 2 p.m. at the Alderson All retired federal Invited to attend. RONCEVERTE, WV Economics, Greenbrier County chilled, at least one hour When ready to freeze, pour chilled cus- tard, whipping cream, and va- nilla into one gallon ice cream freezer can. Freeze according to manufacturer's directions using six parts ice to one part rock salt. "lYansfer to freezer contain- ers and freeze until firm. VARIATIONS: Banana Nut: Reduce vanilla to 1-1/2 teaspoons. Cook and cool as above. Stir three large ripe bananas, mashed, and 1/2 cup chopped toasted pecans into custard mixture. Freeze as above. Cherry: Reduce vanilla to one teaspoon. Add two tablespoons almond extract. Cook and cool as above. Partially freeze. Add two pounds pitted pureed dark sweet fresh cherries or one can (16 to 17 ounce pitted, dark sweet cherries, drained and chopped. Complete freezing. Chocolate: Add three squares (one ounce each) unsweetened chocolate to egg mixture. Cook, cool and freeze as above. Mint: Omlt vanilla. Add 1-1/2 teaspoons mint extract and nine to 12 drops green food coloring if desired. Cook, cool, and freeze as above Plum" Reduce vanilla to one teaspoon. Cook and cool as above. Partially freeze. Add 1- I / 2 pounds pitted pureed rlpe fresh plums. Complete freezing. Strawberry: Omit vanilla. Cook and cool as above. Partially freeze. Add two cups sweetened crushed fresh strawberries. Complete freezing. This is a kitchen-tested recipe from the American Egg Board Today's Chuckle: The two biggest sellers in any bookstore are the cookbooks and the diet books The cookbooks tell you how to prepare the food, and the diet books tell you how not to eat any of it Work Program Announced The State of West Virginia an- nounces the proposed Annual Work Program for the 1991-92 Historic Preservation Program Is now available for review. Copies of the proposed work program are available from the Historic Preservation Office, Of- vision of Culture and History, Department of Education and the Arts, Capitol Complex, Char- lesion 25305 or by calling 348- 0220. Written comments on the program may be submitted to William G. Farrar at the same address. A public hearing will be held at 5:50 p.m. September 4, at the Cultural Center in Charleston. Interested individuals may also make appointments to discuss the work program with staff in Charleston or at the regional of- fice at the West Virginia Inde- pendence Hall in Wheeling. The deadline to receive comments is September 16. Persons wishing more information may call 348- 0240. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT MATERIAL FOR PUBLICATION: Articles submitted to the Mountain Messenger should be typewritten or clearly written in order to be considered for publication. Please include your name and tele- phone number where you may be reached during business hours. The Mountain Messenger reserves the right to edit any material and regrets articles cannot be re- turned. Letters to the editor must include a full signature and address. If you would like a photograph re- turned, please provide a self ad- dressed, stamped envelope. DEADLINES: Classified: Monday II a.m.; News Items: Friday Noon; Display Ad Material: Mon- day 2 p.m. Please be sure -all news c0ntribu- tions are legible. No carbon copies. Please be sure photocopies and typewrlter/computer printer rib- bons produce sufficiently dark characters. Stresses Child The rise in the incidence of measles and whooping cough are two reasons parents should make sure their children's im- munizations are up to date, ac- cording to the "Patient Health Guide" in the August issue of The DO, a monthly publication of the American Osteopathic Asso- ciation. Parents should also be aware their children may not be al- lowed to enter school this fall If they lack required immuniza- Lions, the guide says. According to the U. S. Centers for Disease Control, 97 percent of children were immunized before entering school during the last decade. Most states follow the immu- nizations guidelines of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) or the U. S. Public Health Service's Immunization Practices Advisory committee (IPAC). The pediatric association, along wlth the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians. calls for children to receive the following vaccinations within the first two years of life: four diph- theria-tetanus- pertussis (DTP) vaccines; one measles-mumps rubella (MMR) shot; three doses of oral polio vaccine (OPV); and either three or four shots of an HbCV vaccine, which protects against Haemophilus influenza type b (Hlb). The guidelines also call for a fourth dose of OPV Just before enrolling In school and an MMR booster is recommended at 11 or 12 years old. The IPAC schedule is identi- cal, except for the recommenda- tion that the MMR booster be administered between ages four and six. According to public health of- ficials, declining incidents of contagious diseases give parents a false sense of security. How- ever, the officials pointed out that avoiding immunizations may lead to a resurgence of these diseases. Still other parents worry that taking the vaccinations may cause devastating side effects. While health officials concede that in rare cases the oral polio vaccine causes paralytic polio and the DTP shot causes sei- zures and brain damage, they are quick to stress the chance of contracting measles or whooping cough is far greater than any side effect associated with taking a vaccine. Greenbrier County Groups Get Drug Control Program Grants Governor Gaston Caperton announced awards totaling $3,323,189 July 25 in Drug Control and System Improve- ment program funds, money that will help West Virginia law en- forcement agencies in their fight against drugs. Funds for Green- brier County groups total $45,542, Of the 86 projects funded throughout the state, 31 will re- ceive money to support Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE). A 17-week classroom program for students in kinder- garten through sixth grade, DARE allows specially trained police officers personally to teach students about the evils of drugs. Receiving substantial funding in grants were multi-jurisdic- tional task forces, drug-fighting units comprised of officers from various agencies who share In- formation and resources as they battle drug-related crime. Mul- tijurisdictional task forces re- ceived $694,406 in funds. Rose on USS Princeton Navy Petty Officer Third Class Gregory R. Rose, son of Kenneth G. and Delores G. Rose of Lewis- burg, recently reported for duty aboard the guided missile cruiser USS Princeton, homeported in Long Beach, Cali- fornia. He is a 1985 graduate of Greenbrier East High School, Fairlea, and joined the Navy in August 1987. Larry Mueller and Anne Bordas ABB Presents Gift to Spartan Band ABB Process Analytlcs Presi- dent Larry Mueller recently pre- sented ABB employee and Greenbrier East High School Band Booster member Anne Bor- das with a gift to the Greenbrier East Spartan Marching Band for their new uniforms. The Boost- ers are attempting to raise $70,000 for the the new unl- forms Reunion at Forest Former employees of the now- closed Burlington's Ribbon Mill, or White Sulphur Springs will have their twelfth annual reun- ion Saturday, August 31, I p.m., in the picnic area of Greenbrler State Forest near Caldwell. Per- sons attending are invited to bring their families and picnic baskets. It is also asked that anyone having pictures or memorabilia bring them for dis- play. The reunion will take place in Shelter One. umana Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Jolene Berry D.O., OB/GYN to our staff. Dr. Berry is in practice with Valley Medical Associates, in the Greyrock Professional Park, on Davis Stuart Road. Office Hours: 8:30 - 4:30 Mon- day, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday; 8:30 - 12:30 Wednesday. Dr. Berry completed her Ob- stetric/Gynecology training at Suburban General Hospital, Norristown, Pennsylvania. Her experience also includes Nor- ristown State Hospital Gyne- cology Clinic and Planned Par- enthood of Pennsylvania. For Appointments Call (304) 647-3356 P/ease join us in welcoming her to our area. -1-, .1 PLUMBING - HEATING " q~ )( I'leca [rail AIR CONDITIONING Supply 152 B Seneca Trail Fairlea, WV (Old Kidd Truck building) 647-3309 In WV 1-800-762-4730 Complete Plumbing Line Featuring * Kohler Plumbing Fixtures Revere Stainless Steel Sinks Aker Tubs & Whirlpools Enterprise Hot Water Heater Delta Faucets Miami Carey Vanities & Cabinets Mon.- Fri. 7".,30-5.-00; Sat. 8:00-12:30 VISIT OUR SHOWROOM DISPLAYS The remaining funds are tar- geted toward such drug-fighting measures as additional police personnel and equipment. The Greenbrier County Com- mission received $25,000 to pro- vide for the salary of one under- cover officer for the Greenbrier County Drug Enforcement Pro- gram. The Commission also re- ceived $4,887 to provide class- room materials in support of Project DARE. The City of Lewis- burg received $2,430, also to provide classroom materials for Project DARE. The city also re- ceived $10,980 to purchase com- puter hardware and software to implement an "integrated crimi- nal apprehension program." The City of White Sulphur Springs received $2,245 to purchase classroom materials for the DARE program. On August 20, 1792, Gen. "Mad" Anthony Wayne routed the Indians at Fallen Timbers on the Maumee River, and checked the British at Fort Miami, Ohio ... August 19, 1812, the U.S.S. Constitution destroyed the Guerriere ... August 24, 1814, the British landed in Maryland, defeated a U.S. force and burned the Capitol and the White House ... August 20, 1920, the first regular licensed radio broadcasting began ... August 23, 1927, Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were executed for killing two men in a Massachusetts payroll holdup ... August 24, 1949, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was established by the U.S., Canada, and 10 West European na- tions, agreeing that an armed attack against one or more of them would be considered an attack against all ... August 21, 1959, Hawaii was ad- mitted into the Union as the 50th state... August 20, 1971, Lt. William L. Calley, Jr.'s life imprisonment sentence for the My Lai massacre in Vietnam was reduced to 20 years ... Absolute rday, gust 9:30 A.M. NORTH MONROE STREET, ALDERSON, WV WATCH FOR SIGNS Large Walnut Buffet with Sandwich-Glass Pul{s, Handmade Poplar Dropleal Table with 6 Chairs, Mahogany Day Bed, 3/4 F~o~e Bed, Walnut Wardrobe, Old Poplar Blanket Chest made With Square Nads, Oak Hall Tree, Unusual Walnut Day Bed, S Roll Top Oak Desk, Rosewood Bedroom Suite--Bed, Dresser, Chest, Oak Cupboard with Glass Doors. Bird's Eye Maple Bedroom Suite, High Back Chestnut Bed, O;d Maple Tabie, Oak Table, Poplar Blanket Chest with Cherry Top, Walnut Dresser with Beveled Mir- rOr, Wardrobe, Victorian Chair, Victorian Arm Chair, Rosewood Fold Up Pump Organ, 2 Couches, 3 Chairs, 2 Matching Sw, vel Chairs, 24 Pieces of As~orted Stoneware, John Hamilton Co Greensboro, Pa 3 Gallon Crock, Desk with Chairs, Fold Up Wooden Bed, Old Baby Cradle, Cylinder Music Box Subject to Conformation, Old Clocks, Old Dropleaf Table, Dresser wi~ Mirror, Iron Bed, Partial Spool Bed, Lots of Wooden Chairs, Rope Bed, Travel Trunks, Old Mirror and Candle Holder, File Cab,net, Wooden Rocker, Boxes ot Books, Old Scales, Floor Lamps, Ironware. Old Dolt, Utility Tables, Old Blankets, .Ant~queCopper Washing ~Vlachine, Otd O~JltlS, Old L~nen,. Old Baskets, Old Life Magazines 1913-1914, Post Magazines, Royal Franklin Coal Stove, Corn Sheller, Throw Rugs, Od Lamps Lantern. Side Saddle, Old Costumes, Lots of Glassware, Fostoria, Milk Glass, Pressed Glass, Sterling Silver, Old Sleds, Hand Tools. Brass Candelabra, Two Push Mowers, 2 Weed Eaters, Rote Tiller 3 HP, Coal Buckets, Cub Cadet 1250 Hydrostatic Riding Mower with Trailer Grass Catcher, Woven Wire Fenc- ins, Hand Tools,Wheelbarrow, 2 antique drop leaf tables, 2 on t,que chests of drawers, 1 corner cupboard Victorion Iove seat, ontique sofa, Many More Items For Sale. Lunch Served. Sale conducted to settle the estate of Christine Gwinn Lobban. JIM ESKINS, Broker & Auctioneer Phone 445-7458 office -- 445--7025 home License #47 Not respqnslble for accidents. e is pleased to announce that Roger McDaniel is Salesman of the Month for July 1991 Come by and see Roger and test drive the all new 1991 Oldsmobile 88 Royale "The power of intelligent engineering" 1 mile south of 1-64 Lewisburg, West Virginia 645-2424 "56 Years Proud Because Promises Made Were Kept"