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"fly 000~ to perform performances will be held at Pipestem Amphitheater every in August. All performances begin at 8:00 p.m. Friendship Volunteers meeting il y meeting will be held on August Memorial United Methodist Church in Alderson. of Directors meeting will be held at 6:45. Garden Club to fashion show Gardenr's junior and intermediate garden club "Lillies of Valley" will present a "Back to School" fashion show on Thursday, 10 at the Lewisburg United Methodist Church from 4:30 until 5:30. will be $1.00 at the door. The 16 members will model clothes from Lad and Lassie Shop and The Carriage Hill Shop. Make-up by the O'Sheas - All About Beauty. P/ease come and enjoy event. ng to be held k mg will be held at Cold Spring Methodist Church in Cornstalk, West There will be a speaker at I 1 :OO a.m., with a covered dish at 12 noon followed by a special time of fellowship. Everyone is ; Parade date set Sulphur Springs Chamber of Cokmmerce has appoionted Ralph to the chairmanship of the 1987 Christmas Parade. The parade th at4:00 p.m. Christmas festivities in the Spa the "Peace on Earth" ceremony on the evening of Friday, at 7:00 p.m. at Old Mill Park. The Mountain Messenger, i uesoay: August Zo, .IL~JOI m ,)~ Applications for :1' Poultry farm gets roads I Governor Arch A. Moore, Jr. B.U.T.A. is relocating fro mI 'Building jr Sign recent,y approved a $164,720 Har.sonburg, Va, to Lew*sburg Permits lU Lewisburg The following applied for Building or Sign Permits: Sun-Wood Shelter Corp. - Mackle Lane - Dwelling- Granted; R.E. Ford, Jr. - 310 Church Street- Addition - Granted; Rodger Boggs - Blackbird Way - Dwelling - Granted; Rodger Boggs - Crowfield Circle - Dwelling - Granted; Ream Interests Inc. 210 W. Randolph Street - Roof - Granted Carl Lipps - 100 Chestnut Street - Painting - Granted M.C. STone - 517 E. Washington Street Accessory Building- Granted; Pioneer Drug Co. 129 W. Washington Street - Painting - Granted; Pioneer Drug Co. - 129 W. Washin gton Street - 1 Sign - Granted Cricket's- 840 N. Jefferson 1 Sign- Granted and Bank of W.S.S. - 701 N. Jefferson Street - 1 Sign - Granted .... Appalachian Regional Commis- sion (ARC) grant to build two access roads to a new Greenbrier County poultry farm. Governor Moore said the road ~.' will be constructed to provide " access to a new British United Turkeys of America (B.U.T.A.) site which houses poultry farms, work buildings and administrative offices. where it will employ 50 full-time and 20 part-time workers. The West Virginia Department of Highways has committed $41,180 toward the $205,000 project. Since 1985, Governor Moore has now provided more than $2 million for community improvement projects in Greenbrier County which have resulted in a total investment of more than $7 million. "Seven Samurais" set for August 28 Good guys, bad guys, victimized villagers and epic battles...these are some of the ingredients in "The The following babies were recently born at Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley in Fairlea. 8/5 - Crystal Rose to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Adkins of Hinton. 8/5 - Catherine Ann to Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Gwinn of Hinton. 8/10 - Ronald Ray, II, to Mr. and .Mrs. Ronald R. Simmons of Hillsboro. 8/11 - Sarah Jane to Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Vandall of Elton. 8/12 - Justin Dwayne to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Holliday of Lewisburg. Dining Experience he famous buffet luncheon at The Greenbrier Golf For a birthday, anniversary, or other special occasion, with family or friends, this bountiful buffet is an ineomparable-'- experience. *~"*'- - - Over fifty hot and cold delicacies are offered, featuring many regional, continental and classical recipes. The buffet always features cold poached Norwegian salmon and a roast carved by one of the Greenbrier's Culinary Staff. All this, plus superb soups, a selection of salads, cheeses and delectable desserts. The service is excellent and the view magnificent. Luncheon buffet is served from noon to 2:30 p.m. (3 p.m. on Sunday). The Greenbrier is located just off Interstate 64 in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. ff .~" WF.S'I~IH(;INtA 24986 ( 304 ~536-11 IO Society Banquet slated for Sept. 17 -- For That Special Make Your Reservation For Our Community Service Window orical Society announces that its annual fall banquet will be Sept. 17 at 6:30 p.m., in the Fellowship Hall of the Lewisburg =h. The public is invited to attend. Information regarding speaker and ticket purchase locations will be provided soon. Nest Restaraunt to hold a wine tastirig , a wine tasting at Eagles Nest Restaraunt Sunday Aug. 30th from 5- will be $7. Net proceeds will go to Carnegie Hall in or Arts and Crafts Center of Clifton Forge. ssmen seek help Cont. from 1A shopping elsewhere. After much discussion, it was decided the committee would meet soon to draft their proposals and questions in order to identify and clarify their position when the meet with Governor Moore. Louis Sherry and Breyers Ice Cream Available Hot Dogs and Waffles ALICE'S Ice Cream & Waffle Shop 112 Washington Street Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Lewisburg, WV 24901 Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. I nts expressed their quick reversal of ;roup of Fairlea ate last week concerns with the system in Fairlea. ry concerns are: The gns; bottleneck at having to travel to arou nd;~ inadequate not enough side on Maplewood; of ambulances or cases being to the hospital and in Fairlea. )up included the above plus Gary Tom Goodwin, s, Wylie Smith, Ted orma McDaniels. :ngineer Roger Russell .~nt at the meeting. of Kentucky Fried Ports substantial as did several and Mr. Willis that they have been customers that they re ak to Fairlea, but are Greenbrier Valley Mall ARCADE'SUBS BEST SUBS & GAMES (Next to Seneca Showcase) "IN THE VALLEY Open Daily 10:00 A.M to 9:00 P.M. ~4)~4,OOO4)~O4)4MI, O4,OOOO4)OOOOOOO~O~OOO~OOO~O~~ MARK HARMON _ ~,^~=,~""--' SUMMER SOtOOL A PARAMOUNT PICTURE r~ Seneca Sh, o 3wcase ~'reenbrier Valley Mall Fairlea Phone 645-6033 IMES _baily 7:00 & 9:30 SUnday Matinee 4 p.m. All Seats $2.00 TUESDAY Family Nile All Seats $2.00 STARTS FRIDAY. AUGUST 28 HELD OVER! Sleep all day. Party all night. It's fun tobea vampire. THE Los'r BoYS AUG. 28 thru SEPT. 3 teatre Phone ]~, .,F SHOWTIMES: SURIP~'.~ SAI. 7:00 & 9:30 '~Y 4 PM (All Scats $2.00) I U|!SIJAY ~l) 8:00 PM PAMII.Y NITE tlURS, 8:00 AI.I. SIA IS $2.(10 C_UrDanBri AUGU?T 28 rWIN CINEMA Stanley Kubr=ck's :~a,~,,e- I~lJMr NL~lrAL 'he 438-9104 l~~r [] MATT ADLER NIA PEEPLES NORTH mHDRE A UlI~IIII~ mll.l[AIl~. 1~ :hru SEPT. 3 MADONNA GRIFFIN DUNNE Who's That SHOWTIMES FRI" & SAT. 7:00 & 9:30 IN-- THURS. 8:01) Girl TUFSDAY & WFI)NI!SI)AY - FAMll Y NII'ES Seven Samurai," a film being presented free of charge by the Carnegie Hall Cinema Club on Friday, August 28 at 8:00 p,m. The ninth film in the current series of classic domestic and foreign films, "The Seven Samurais" is set in 16th century Japan. Needing protection from the annual attack of bandits, a peasant community hires seven samurai warriors to defend them. When the samurai arrive, a spectacular series of battles begins, documented by a wonderfully mobile camera shooting through foliage, rainstorms, dust and wind. Shelter funds provided Governor Arch A. Moore J~; recently awarded $210,847 in Family Protection funds to 11 domestic violence shelter programs throughout the state. Governor Moore said the money will be used to proivide 1987-88 operating expenses for the facilities, which provide services, housing and care on a temporary basis for victims of domestic violence or abuse and their children. "1 am pleased to once again provide funding to these shelters which are so beneficial to victims of domestic violence," Governor Moore said. Local recipient of the funding is the Family Refuge Center of Lewisburg, Greenbrier County -- $13,887. The Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correc- tion is responsible for review and administration of family protection shelters and programs. Grants are administered in the Criminal Justice and Highway Safety Office of the Governor's Office of Community and Industrial Development. Fall Cattle Sales ALDERSON LIVESTOCK MARKET DBA ALDERSON LIVESTOCK MARKET ALDERSON, WV 445-2945 or 445-7340 Sept 3 Video-Board-Yeading Cattle Sept. 28 Yearling - Steers Only Oct. 5 Feeder Calves - (All) Oct. 12 Feeder Calves. (All) Oct. 19 All Yearling Steers Oct. 26 All Yearling Calves Nov. 9 Cow Sale All Calves dehorned and bulls castrated. Sale Time 8:00 P.M. All Cattle received and Sold Same Day. PHONE: Eugene Thompson 466-4134 John H. Allen 753-4414 Glen Price (703) 552-1345 12:00 Noon 600 Head 800 Head 800 Head 700 Head 800 Head White Sulphur Swings fi36-371~ Marlinton 799-711 Crows-Hematite, VA CARRIAGE HILL SHOP 219 lB. Was~n Street , Lewisbur8, WV 24901. ~45-7600 Ea fe Nest Restaurant 3zt, is l out to Fcs t a. Wine Tastin9 Expertenc Sunday, August 30, 1987 5- 7:00 p.m. x~: $7.oo