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Robert L. MeKeand, 72, 27, 1990, in a Beekley center, following a long 30, 1918, at Jefferson he was the son of A. J. MeKem~d ~md Monroe McKeand. was director of the County Chamber of Corn- member of the All Souls Church at Daniels, a the l Iinton Rotmry Club of the Kcnosha Ma- and A.M. No. 343 of Ke- l lc was retired government as an mrintendent of the in I~flcigh County, a of the Chamber of for l~lleigh and Summers Served in several civic and dties, a graduate of lla- in Ihfnover, Indiana II Navy veteran. include his wife, Donna a daughter, San- rott of Wisconsin; two step- Stephanie Daniels of Carolina and Tammy dsburg; a son, Robert of the Virgin Islands; tony Bennett of Beaver; and a great- private service with Rev- officiating. that donations of made to the All Souls Box 313, Daniels, Ohio -- Dewey N. merly of Rock Creek, 2990, following a 1, 1904, at l lominy dwas the son of the late llattie O'Dell. a retired coal miner, a UMW and a member Methodist Chapel. in death by his Miller O'Dell and a son, O'DelI, Jr. a son, Earl D. Its Wife, Vera of Brun- two grandchildren, of Medina, Ohio and :11 of Cleveland, Ohio; a Katelyn Bolton sisters, Mrs I. O. Mrs Fva Whit- ~rson and Mrs Frankie at Rebecca Methodist Creek with Rever- s llieks and Samuel Burial was in Rock Creek. Was at Valley Funeral le. Sullivan Emma I~ng Sulli- August 28, 1990, in a ca.re center, following a 13, 1918, in Lewis- the daughter of the aad Cora Buster L~ng. Was a member of the Church and VIeW and American rsville. in death by her Sullivan and two hn Laing. a son, William F. Wife, Kay, both of stepdaughter, Mari- a sister, Estal- Lewisburg and a M. Laing of Lewis- graveside services at in Lewisburg. at Wallace and Wal- rg. Six Mrs Ella Louise Six, 29, 1990, at her ~ng illness. at Princeton, the late Sid- in death by her lIarold ,Six; a ~ie do Six and a Mathena. a son, Kenneth Six daughters, Mrs of Princeton and ltodge of Renick; a, Lee and Kala Six ~riea I lodge; three eleher and Jessie and Mrs of Florida Basil and Willis Princeton and rom Burns-Wornal Funeral Di- Road in Prin- erends Terry Morgan, nd ltuster Kestner Was in Rosclawn on the Bluefield- Was at the funeral home. --- Amct Carter 'died August 27, emorial Rehabili- Wing an extended JUne 30, 1926, at Was the son of and Bonnie mbcr of the Iron Ilill m'}~ al Sweet Chair- S}hal a nmmbcr of the J~? W' ,IS a veteran of ' his Wife, Mrs doyec ~}ilh {:!. AI{;gh~)'y~YT; ter Miss T inia; one sis- Clifford of Shanklin leuneral White Sulphur eVerend llarlcy Iiurial was at l,c- Y at Allcghany, Shanklin Funeral Family Refuge Slacks Thirsts Free water, 25,005 (:ups of it,', was given to this year's State Fairgoers by Family Refuge Cen- ter vohmteers, Board members, and staff at their Free lee Wate~ and Benefit Raffle booth. Winne~ of the king-sized Lone Star quilt donated by Quilts Unlimited, isi Polly Hanger of Mount Sidney, Virginia. Winner of the four per- son donle tenl donated by Aides Discot|nI Store is Steve Beery of Renick. Winners of daily draw-i ings are: Thehna Richmond oli Meadow Bridge; Carolyn Martin', of Roanoke, Virginia; Bob Frame of Charlesiown; Katie Gerl of, Lewisburg; IAoyd Walton of SanJ dusky, Oklahoma; Mrs M. C.i~ Edwards of Troulville, Virginia;', Sue A. Scott of Oak Hill; Guy Beard of Lewisburg, and Natalie Coleman of Martinsville, Vir2 ginia. Family Refuge Center wouki like to thank the following for making this event a success: llardecs, l.ong John Silvers; Mael)onalds, Iturgcr King, llylton Foods, Lcwisburg Wholesale, l'izza llut, Wcndy's, Jim's Drive In, Road- runner Pizza, Dairy Queen, Green, brier Beverage, Runyon I)istributing, Bonanza, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Food & Friends, Pioneer Drug, Granny's Restaurant, Grecnbrier Lanes, Rudy's Corner Grill, Rt. 219 Stop-In, I)oetor l)ough's Pizza, Blue pl Moon Care, Super X Drugs, Big Rare Globe Ma e Tree Grows Whee, Restaurant I.a Strada Cueei's, Midwives Alliance of Wes[ Grows At North Caldwell Virginia, Crawfords, Maggie l.a: petina, Anna Wells, Paul Cook, Jeanne Coyne, Carnegie I hdl,- Pence Springs l loicl and Marie Price. By Jonathan Wright eral cuttings from tile tree were A rare mutant maple tree transported 1o a large nursery in planted in the early years of the Coltulfl~tls, Ohio, where they 1900s is now protected by the were gralted to other sturdy Social Security State of West Virginia at its loca- trees. In 1980 three of the newFunds Healthy lion on U.S. Route 60 near trees were healthy enough to be White Sulphur Springs. senl back to While Sulphur The Old White Garden Club Springs. More had been grafted The Social Security Trust recently placed a sign at the bul were injured in a heavy ice Ftmds, which support monthly base of the lree providing infor- storm, according to Mr Turner. Social Securily benefit pay-: mation about its identity and the Of the three maples, one was ments, continue to experience protection by the state. It is 1o- planted al the Dry Creek Battle-financial good health, according cared in front of Bob Linkous ground at Routes 92 and 60, one"to the mosl recenl report of the Homes on the norlh side of U.S. was won at an auction by Temp Board of Trustees, Roger B. 60, aboul one-fourth mile east of Gillespie and now grows in his Evans, Social Security manager the Hart's Run interchange at yard, and the other was won in ain Covington, said. Interstate 64. raffle by Jim Davis and is now in "The Old-Age and Survivors According to Helen Searle of iris yard. Insurance and Disability Insur- the garden club. the tree drew In honor of Mr Turner's eL ance Trust Funds are expected the attention of members in the lbrls, the Old While Garden Clubto continue growing for many late 1960s when it was identified gave the mutant tree the con- years into the future. The trust as a "sport," or neuter tree. At trived Latin designation "acer fund balance will peak in about that time club officials began turnerai "to indicate its species. 2014 and then begin to decline working with Carson Turner to Ms Searle said lhe original treegradually as 'baby boomers; investigate the possibility of pro- on U.S. 60 was one of several reach retirement age," Mr Evans pogating the tree because of its planled in the early 1900s by said. rarity and the fact it never needs Hunter Dixon and several of his In its report on lhe Medicare pruning lo keep its "globe" brothers. The men transplanted Trusl Funds, the Board ex- shape, them from a nearby motmtain- pressed concern about the rapid According to Mr Turner, sev- side. rise in medical expenditures.! Program costs for medical lnsur4 ante have nearly doubled in th~ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: past five years, it said. The{ Board urged Congress to work td In State $14.84 In State Senior Citizens $13.78 In State Students $11.13(9 mos.) Out-of-State, $15.00 $1 discount to Senior Citizens Mountain Messenger bring future costs and expenses of the Medicare program into balance. For more information on So-'~ cial Security and Medicare fl-: nancing, contact Social Securit3~ and ask for factsheet 12, "Fi-I nancing Social Security." Green ,J brier County residents may call~ toll-free by dialing "00" and ask~, ing for ENrI'ERPRISE 1135 or 1-I 800-234-5772, You may also call' 1-703-962-4941 Collect. The{ Covington office is located at 214i West-Main Street, Covington,I Virginia 24426. 122 N. Court Street Lewisburg, WV 24901 647-5724 Inventory 2 1/2 gallon Banvel Herbicide ..................................................................... $147.00 Empty Wooden Pallets (Good) ............................................................... $1.00 each (Better) ................................................................................................ $2.00 each 12 ft. Galv. Pipe Gates ................................................................................. $37.50 9,000 Premium Baler Twine ......................................................................... $20.00 5V Galv. Roofing (2 ft. Coverage) Length 8ft ...................................................................................................... $6.70 per sheet 12ft .................................................................................................... $8.80 per sheet 14ft .................................................................................................. $10.80 per sheet Heavy Duty Round Bale Feeders (2 pc.) ............................................................... $105.99 12ft. Priefert Corral Panels ........................................................................... $84.50 SALE 50# 0-20-20- Fertilizer .................................................................................... $3.99 50# 10-10-10 Fertilizer ................................................................................... $3.19 50# 5-10-10 Fertilizer ..................................................................................... $2.79 50# 10-20-20 Fertilizer ................................................................................... $4.19 50# 10-10-10 Super XL Fertilizer ................................................................... $3.99 33 1/3# Sweet Lix 37% Protein Blocks ........................................................... $4.25 33 1/3# H.E.P. 25% Natural Protein Blocks ................................................... $4.40 250# Pro-Lix "Big Blocks" (25%) .................................................................. $31.95 33 1/3# Sweet Lix Bovatec Blocks ................................................................ $6.15 Vernal Alfalfa ................................................................................... $1.09 per pound Saranac Alfalfa ................................................................................. $1.60 per pound Western Pleasure Saddle ...= ........................................ : .................................................. $175.00 (Prices good while supplies last) (Hurry, Hurry) Edgar Ave., Roncevorte 647-4355 "We're the Farmer's Friend" The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 6, 1990 9A Rupert Fling Saturday, September 8 Band Concert w/Rupert ,Jtlnior High Band 10 a.m. 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. I0:30 a.m. I 1 a.m. to l p.m. Noon 1 p.m. After the Field Day 4 to 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. Country Store Children's Games Lurtch (Rttpert Woman's Club) Wheel Chair Race Forestry Field Day ...... Competition in Log Roll, Wood Split, Pulpwood Toss and Crosscut. Hay Bale "loss, "l'ug-O-War, Milk Chug-A-I.ug Cotmtry Dinner (Rupert Woman's Club) Old Time Costume Award Great Crafl Giveaway Hometown Show: Featuring The Greenbrier Stompers, "Fall Tales. and the Rupert ttislory Drama, "Moutain Roots." During the show Fling Button Cakewalk (free to everyone wearing their official Fling Butlon). Also on Saturday Costume Judging -- Roving judge will be picking winners all afternoon. Apple Butter Making (Greenbrier Cotmly Commillee on Aging) Horseshoe Pitching Homemade Ice Cream (Greenbrier Stompers 4-t-t Cltlbt Antique Cars Cider Pressing {Rupert Rotary} Don's Doghouse (Rupert Rotary) Hayrides (Rupert Band Boosters) Quilt Display at IAbrary (Crawley ttomemakers) Guess Cake (Rupert Senior Cilizens) Bean Guess {Rupert Homenlakers) Andrew Lewis Fife m~d Drum Corps "trap Display (Greenbrier County Trappers A.ssocialion) Homemade Goodies (Rupert Boy Scout Troop 82) Window Display in Community Building Fish Pond (Rupert School CPTA) Hoop Shoot {Rupert School Alhlelic Booslers) Music Tent (WYKM Radio) Sunday, September 9 1 p.m. RotaW Club Horse Show (Joe Costa's Farm, Crawley) 1 to 3 p.m. Cotmtry Store 2 p.m. Pet Show (Greenbrier Stompers 4-H Club) ....... ttappiest I)el, Slrangest 1)et, Hairiesl Pet, Culesl Pet, Most Spols, Sa(ldesl Face, Most Beaulilill Pet, Looks Most Like ttandler, Best Trick, Best Coslunle, Best Stulled Animal Refreshments provided by Rupert Boy Scout Troop 82. L A DRINKING Vl Gas Is Going Up - And We Have A Good Stock Of Gas Savers At Low Prices GAS SAVERS 1988 Escort GT-loaded. 29,000 miles ............................................. $6995 1989 Subaru - auto air, 25.000 miles ................................................... $7995 1988 Dodge Aries Sta. Wagon-loaded ...................................... $6995 1986 Olds. Calais - 5 sod,. air. cruise ............ One,.O..w.ner .............. $4995 1988 Cavalier - auto, air, sharp ....................................................... $6995 1988 Carnaro - v6, auto air, 16.000 miles .......... B,rand.New. ............ $8995 1988 Honda Civic- 4 spd., air cassette, red .... HatC.hback .......... $6495 1987 Olds Cierra- loaded. 42,OOO mites ................. S o!d .............. $7495 1985 Cavalier - auto, air, 4 cyl .............................................. $2495 1988 Voyager Pick Up Grand LE.v6. loaded 13.000 mile .......... $13,995 1987 Bronco If(Eddie Bauer Package), V6, 5 spd. Ioaded_...S.o..!d....,$10,995 1986 Chev. Silverado -low,low, miles like new ....................................... $9995 1985 S-10 4X4-Tahoe. V6, auto, nice ....................................................... $7495 1986 Ranger XL 4X4-5 spd,, loaded....................... -S,,.!d,. ...................... $7295 1987 Ranger XL Supercab5 spd_ air. 27,000 miles........................... $6995 1985 Ford 6250-4 spd. one owner, low miles ......................................... $6995 1983 Chevy C10 4X4-all the extras .................... Mu.s.t.,.$ee., ................. $6995 1984 Ford F-150-loaded, 44.000 miles, I, ~e new ....................................... $6795 1984 Ford F-150 4X4-4 spd., sharp ......................................................... $6495 1987 Nissan-5 spd., air. cass., like new ....................................................... $5995 1978 Bronco-lull size. low miles, sharp ..................................................... $4395 1977 Chev. Scottsdale-auto, air ......................................................... $3995 1978 Ford F-150-v8. auto, air. 4X4 .......................................................... $2995 1979 Chev. C-10-v& auto, 4X4 Scottsdale ................................................ $2995 1983 Ranger-4 cyl. 4 spd,, PS ............................. $o!c! ............................... $2495 1974 GMC-vs, auto, air, sharp ....................................................................... $2995 FORT YOUNG LARGE ENOUGH TO SERVE YOU, But Small Enough To Care Corner of Durant R. & Liberty St., Covington, VA See Pat Easy Access Off 1,64, Exit 4 & 1-703-962-8300 Save VADL ii ~q