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i , 1 Mrs Hefner Has Fair Job T"eMouota'nMessenge,,Thursday, S.,ember 6,19,0 3A For Past Thirty-two Years State Encore'ages Vaccines Against Measles For Kids Health Clinic By Jonathan Wright ~ "Measle outbreaks have not contact their physicians about ~Q cnm!l (~t (z rr(lu('(,d r(m'. I)icl co,ns(qmy ,tul hdks h, Io('al | (~}eliH(l J Je|llt'r h,.is .'.,eel'J ll)al/y reached an epidemic level but their children's need ff)r a sec- ~ , , " ch,ln,v,c~, in her 32 years ,it the "~(~ they could if parents don't have end dose of measles vaccine," 11 k" ,m (,t,t,ointnu'm (;.15 7H72. I ~tate I:air el West Virginia. '"l'hr-- , their children immunized," said Ms Willis-Miller advised, i '( ; : ::: I sine,' 1 Martcd workin~ h,~'rc,'' ~~4"~ of the West Virginia Department In ~ddltl(,n, the West Vlr- ' - ~ ~" : ........ ,. gima [ L" 0rtlllel'lt of ]Iealth an " " she said. "lt"~a lull time ob now~ ,I~/ l el tlealtt/arielt-lumart i\e- ' ~ P d th..., "oma,, k ,orccs r commonds , ~:i! ~:'~' ~ii:i~t:711:~~i(i:i/'tl "~"L ~'~llerlcan:Square Danc'~ Lessns ii/i | I x. , that private' Dractltioncrs who Mr~, t lelner works e,,lch veer m~' fir |~ , . . ' . ' ' ' " .... ~ In recent ears, a resur,ence . . ' f:I.)'A',,~/;I:~':;' at the hllr adlnUustratloi, bulh.t ~ .~r~ .- Y . g ha,e not already admlrllstered ' !ii ~ .......... ~ . ~ %~ or measles I~as occurred m tilts .-,, ,. .......... , : ......... IIIE Ill l,(llrled tr(llll ldtC' M/.IV till- , .... tll~ .Lk/II/L1 L]()Se (}l IV]IVtl~. make it .'" . . -- ~ cotll'~try. ID, 1"/,-'t'-) over iI,~h() , tll .... nnd-qe, tqember ........ She stl|.)t'r- ........ measles' cases were re orted." available, t() apF.)roprlate_ _patients on b!t Clifton lhcsbqWri(m Chur~t Wonu.'n, Maxw(qton. S~'pt(,m/~,r vise.'-, six secretarial ames during ........ P to el'tsure that all persons born "l'(~k(. a jacket /atLln ch(llr, ltotlrs('lfatld a fi-ie, ld. I El~c,rtjor|(, tidal hme Alth(mgh she has as- . .... ,-,,, ,- _ , _ ..,race january l, I'JD/ nave re- ? .... --L .n,s was t.e ,argest nomoer re- .............. :)f , " .... . . . . ( rte(.] blrlCL I"~/("r). for the nrst ,..0 . ,. , ...... sumed many responslb~htles ~ P ............. ce~,,cd two doses of MMR, she ~ . " ....... weeks el l'-.)'#t), a total el /,~3.~ .... :.~ over tl~c vears ii'~Cllldlng ticket --" , , b,.u. '~:!E:i ~!l? ~!:!!~i()!!tS/i{{:ilL!?::l;tnb/i Aii~?!'!} ~ ' . . ~" measles cases were reporteo, a ,o a,te.,..: '. - f a,,d c,,tal,, s.,' ....... t '.'.'. Jv.o per cent increase over me , , -. , . ..J now c( ncentrates on exhibitor ~ .... , ] same peri()o iI'l 19 9. .. II -- registrations and records. "l .. I lira ! ~,.~a = :ha~'.!:~~WG~I~d'~I~: ,i [~ardlv have time ,:or anvti, ing ~ in JddJtk)n to the increased I We re ldla., else now, since the number of incidence of measles in all age I i a --=1 a"k(;~d,r's~l',;s~2:;;:(:'~'~,'{[;:['~t~~,p, exhibitors has grown so much," ' naHelner groups, the age distribution (,f I YOU ASKea!I she said. Glen cases has changed. From t988,I . _ _ I Reunion ~!~']Septe,nberSat~ GrcenbrierStak, Forest lla,ls Run Sheller#2 Ii ] When she first came to the "Our busiest time is fair the proportion of patients less |f{ ~ ] do~nD. .... j.'~| ~i .5o ' .... fair offices m 1958, they were 1o- week of course " Mrs l-iefner than five years old increasedII I~ I ~"~'"~'." II ! ' u'~eHoliness Church I cared in the bulling now occu- says "We have to write up re-from 28.6 per cent to 42.3 per IIIW I II ~reoiooJ SeptemL~,r 7. 8 ca~i 9. (;ues, speaker E,-r~c's, Mamnfro,, / pied by the Red Cross. "All the p(~rts of winners and then we cent for the first 20 weeks in|] [~:? ,[ Longanacre ]| U nmcky.,:aO,,.. All ,'a',,o~"''c"'i'"gs~r~>eD~viaDg.. kin., F'*'au | typewriters" were manual, of have to send lists of winners to 1990. |~~ Funeral Home "| : 3 11 ' " " " " " course, and we had no phot(> the people and businesses do- Primarily two types of measle I = Association of Retired Persons ~I "~r Volley Chapter #671 will nu:,et Tuesday, &'l)ten~L~'r 11 at Ore i to.p)' machines," Mrs tlefner hating prizes. We fl)rmally thank outbreaks "are oec{~rring: those | WHY ARRANGE A ~ald We had to watch ~hcre each one for t , ~ - ~ United Methodist Church. Greg Gibson, Adminks rator of Ilu- ] ' , " ' : ' ' ' " t eir l:articipation among unvaccinated preschool-I FUNERALIN ADVANCE? y ~mdPitalOreenbrier Valley will speak. Covered dish luncl~,on at l wc walked, or we'd walk and contributions. It takes quite aged children and those among [ ~ )u , , ) ~, , , , , Pre arrangement is done for eace of , Program follows. All'persons belonc,7.#kq to /~c" Nafional AARP tl r( gh a {( ard. Tt c part ~hcre a while. This goes on some timepreviously vaccinated school- Imind economy and the nrPe~f relief I ;"~"MountainVisitorCenter:'~l~,~, [ we work~,d, though, was con- after the falr, too." andcollege-aged populations. Ithatpre-arrangementprovides. crete Did our feet ever ache!" Not to be left out Mrs t-lefner ,., . . - , , |= ..... le~.~.~_rr~nth of September the. vLsitor center wiU Ix, open or, FrfdaU, | , ,, ' " ,,evlseo recornn~endatmnsfor ttaiL~"~.' and Stmdayffom 9 a.rn. ~o 5 p.m. For more information call 653- l " It was hot, too, she added, has been an active participant in measl ,s ill-ml, ,-; .... " -' |Knowing that the task is done is a s ~2atedat thejzmctionof routes 39and 150. " I "'We had no air conditioning fair competition herself lrt her .e ....... at,(,,, pracuccs |blessing to many. Your family won't ...... " " - . " have been issued by the Centers Ihave to do it for you. You'll be secure auc] ~,*,c'~A, OU (.1 ua',c laD'-, s , * e ~YCreek Volunteer Fire Department . ~ l( r uisea~, Lontrol and DV in{ ' / ..... , , - _'pare time she works p, ith oils .- ~ :-. ~- . ~, . .7" iin the knowledge that both you and S uad brought tlp to us from the barn. and watercolors andhas taken . _ , .," ,. |y,our la,mfl~/ are assured that all ~s un- will sponsor steak d~mer Saturdatl, Sep{enll~,r a 8, 2 I i,. , . ,a . _u ,, ...... , . . . .&n'~erlean ikcaoc1]]v el I eolat-ioercontroi. I ~C en()V(.Lt I[ dll mese years llll It' t S' ' " " J - ' " -,p~ t ~ c~(s:cs tor the past ti~e ,-, .- I ," , ." " " rlCS.Dotn )TOU S nOW reconl- though, rh s work gets in your veers [)urin(. each of those g P L, .... ~; ~- .... i. . .- , e, , , ~, mend an initial dose of MMR INo extra unwanted frills if you so UiUUtl el'ICe VOU start sorne[nlllg wars she nas enterecl rlc, r ~orK " ' ' - ' ~" " " ' - " " " " - .... ' IT~ca,.:Io lza,"r'i,-,,, :at 1E ,-,~mH-,,~ t',,I Ioeslgnate. ur ir you preter an GlaDe- like this. you can't ,quit- 1 enjoy, ~ including, ~aint ,ec:l t-.shirts m th.,, . o.,_ ......................... - Irate, full-service funeral, with all the ,, , , , ,j.. , ,, . ~ , , c, r , ' . lowed Dy a second dose. special touches you'd hke - at today's seeing all [l]C Voting pco~311 ~ no Ialr ana nas won sex oral', rlzes - ' ' ' - ' .;_ " ' : ' " P " 'f. ,, Iagreed-in-advance price The come back to work here vear at- Mrs Hefner is a graduate of Fifteen month old children |amount, held in a trust for your iuneral ' " " ' " " / expenses, can even earn interest until tcr veer Alderson Broaddus Colle,e and are the De artment s to nor .. , , " - " g .... P' P P - needed, if you so arrange it, Mrs Hefner points with pridedid graduate work at Marshall ity for receiving the MMR vac-I to her staff of secretarial work- University and West Vircqnia cine " Ms Willis-Miller said. . " - ~ ' " u r~a~m9 ~unerm arrangements unoer ers. "1 have to give them a lot ot University. She retired m 1983 "When additional public fund-|the stress of bereavement, in the , , , , , , m~dst of emotional chaos can be v credit for the hard work they do from 35 "i/9 veers of teaching, ira, becomes available for age I' ... . .. .. , , - - ~ "- . - ~ o ~" ~asmtmg to a w~oow, uy pre-arrang ng here, I couldn't do without business courses at 5moot roupsother than 15-month-old afuneral, you can relieve her of some them " Th- s'aff Jl~"]tlJ s ,,,A ......... ~M~;,., ,,~.-.k...' ~'I.H..I,. .... ~,,, r~ ..... ~,',',,,nt ~ill Iof that grief letting her cencentrate on . e . c' . t -, t..) e. ,,~,~O,_,S,.,H, ....... v~,~,tt: .~u~p~u~ ~-'"'~-'"--", ""~ '-"~-I-'"'"''" ' ~lfami/y matters of equal impotacer n Carolyn lohnson, ~hervl I orter- SprinG, s, and Greenbrler Eastincrease its prtorttms for the For full details on pre-arranged funer- fic'ld, Elizabeth Fulh2n, Teresa high schools. She is marriecl to MMR vaccine." ailgS~tiSotO.pbycOurC~! us anyt, me. No ob- Jeffries Delilah Qumn, and De-Carlos Hefner The couple has "However it is irnvor an - ' " , " t t that itra Van Dyke. one son and one ~wanddau~,hter .... ', .... " " " parentso, scnoo,-agec cn,,dren LONGANACRE n .... ,- are}/.!: ag ote ep on( tt v t wooa FUNERAL HOME U | I or'., M ........ plO .......... ...- :71,a. Flea Market 11 1 'latember o1 iiii 1 ........................................ ;V~;'~= '~spital. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Rainclate Sep,en,bc, r 15, Ilu,,,ana | IE! IiA 647"4025 l" " .n. .]=111 zke the Mountmn Messenger t.P II thank our adverUsers ountain essenger 24901 IF YOU MISSED OUR TOUR TO NASHVILLE LAST WEEK Then You Missed A lot Of Fun So don't miss out on our next trip. Join the Marco Polo Tour Club First meeting is September 18, 1990 at 123 W. 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