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8A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 13, 1990 Cyn[hia Ann llunter vs. Robert l~e I lunter Margm-ct K. Trio,has vs. Tinmthy T. Thomas Bank of White Sulphur Springs, A West Virginia Banking Corporation vs. Tiinothy C. Smith and l)cborah A. Smith Brenda Brown vs. City of Alder- son, West Virginia dmni El~abeth }tinkle vs. Austin Burton I linkle Renee Lynn Whited vs. Michael I~aly Whited Martin L. Rhodes vs. Kathy S. Rhodes Greenbrier Ancsthc'sia Services, inc., a Corporation vs. Cathy L. Fogus and Michael d. Fogus Grecnbrier Anesthesia Services. Inc,, a Corporation vs. IAnda K. Dahmer and William F. Dahmer Roger I). Brown vs. Jane L. Cline, Commissioner WV I)cpartment of Motor Vehicles Final Divorce Decrees James L. Bennett vs. Penny Marie Bennett dames W. Coffindaffer vs. Teresa L. Coffindaffer David L. Bh'mkenship vs. Laura J. Bhmkenship Cynthia L. Williamson vs. Gary T, Willi~m~son Murvin Duane Sheets vs. Betty Fowler Fisher Sheets Richard Itunter Callison vs. Patri- cia Denise Stover Callison Sandra Kay Lyall vs. Gregory Wayne Lyall George ttenry Brown vs. Sandra Annette Brown Richard D. Carter vs. Catherine J. Carter Martha Beulah Turley vs. George Curtis Turley Daniel Lee Long vs. Szmdra Kay lloke Long Lewisburg Mayor Phil Gainer has proclaimed September 9- 15, 1990, as Osteopathic Medicine Week in his city. The mayor saluted the community's osteopathic physi- cians for giving the eomnmnity "quality, comprehensive and per- sonal healthcare." National Osteopathic Medicine Week is being observed through- out the country as a tribute to the work of more than 29,000 osteopathic physicians who pro- vide healthcare for 240 million Americans. Lewisburg Mayor Proclaims Osteopathic Week Locally tor," a skit about a visit to a doctor's office. The skit is de- signed to encourage regular vis- its to a doctor and to help chil- dren feel Inore comlortable about going lo a doctor's office. The SAA will also conduct free fingerprinting for children at the Greenbrier Valley Mall in Fairlea Saturday, September 15 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. In observation of National Os- teopathic Medicine Week the Student Associate Auxiliary (SAA) of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine will visit Lewisburg and White Sulphur Springs Elementary schools and present, "Your Friend the Doc- i . . II~ William J. Craske and Elizabeth Craskevs. Paul Moya If you like The Mountai Messenger:,:. Marvin Ens]eyVancevs, Connie[ Pleasetha our advertisers ', i SueVance nk Sandra Louise Barker vs, l~rone m i i i . Chris Barker . . Abraham Rogers and Barbara Ro- gers to Vina d. Dean, .028 acre, Town of Quinwood, quiiclaim Vina J. Dean to Thelma Gall White, parcels, "I%wn of Quinwood, straw deed Thelma Gall White to Vina J. I)ean, .12 acre, Town of Quinwood, straw dccd Jack If. Richmond, Jr., and Marie G. Riehrnond to Arnold M. Yell and Deloris D. Yell, tract, Lewisburg Dist., $83,000 J. Michael Anderson, Trustee, to Claude J. Canfield and l)orothy A. Canfield, Co Trustees of The Canfield Revocable Living Trust dated April 27, 1989, tract, Town of Rupert, $119,000 Edward C. Jordan and Irene K. Jordan to lrvine D. Prather arid Jean R. Prather, 5.03 acres, Frankford Dist., $12,000 Alice Lynn liawkins to Irvine D. Prathcr and dean R. Prather, two acres, FnmkR)rd Dist., $9,500 SunWotxt Shelter Corporation to tioward lt. liunt and Ramona E. Hunt, 24,136 sq. It., City of Lewis- burg, $105,500 Adelinc J. Voorhees and Stephen C. Voorhces to Paul K. Moran, 73 acres, Blue Sulplmr Dist., $175,000 Bank of White Sulphur Springs to Cabin Club of West Virginia, Inc., lots, White Sulphur Dist., $140,0OO Frcda G, Wade to Johnny Ray WMe, lots, Anthony Creek Dist., gift between parent and child Ollie F. Burdette to Mary Ann Burdettc, Lynda Susan Burdette, Thclma Graye Burdette Bostic, and Ernest S. Burdette, tract, White Sulphur Dist., correction deed James N. Williams to David Allen Cosner and Paula Denise Cosner, .8 acre, Irish Corner Dist., $40,000 The Rupert Land and Improve- ment Company to the State of West Virginia, Public l~md Corporation, for use and benefit of the West Vir- ginia lk.partmcnt of Commerce, La- bor and Emdronmental Resources, Division of Natural Resources, tract, Meadow Itluff Dist., transfer to the State of \'vest Virginia James A. Alvis, Jr., and I)rcama L. Alvis R) the State of West Virginia, Public l~md Corporation, for use and benefit of the West Virginia Depart- merit of Commerce, Labor and Envi- romnental Resources, Divison of Natural Resources, tract, Meadow Bluff Dist., trm~M'er to the State of West Virginia Eleanor E, Beny to Roger Allen Kessler, Jr., lots, Town of Rupert, $20,00C Allx~rt 5k:hwabe II, Executor of the Estate of Alece S. Schwabe, to Albert Schwabe It, lot, White Sulphur Dist., straw party transaction to effect a transfer Deeds Super Auto Parts, Incorporated, to Paul It. ik)ggs, St., and Paul It. Boggs, Jr., tracts, Town of l~dnellc, $5,0OO Bank of White Sulphur Springs to Claude iX'nnis Morello and Cathy L. Morello, 1.01 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., $9,500 Weldon II. Burnette and tlelen L. Burnette to Wekhm Mark Burnette, one-half acre, Anthony Creek Dist., parent to child Linda Spinks Fury and Roy E. Fury to Richard Cross and Roberta Cross, tract, Anthony Creek Dist., $2,500 Joyce Guet and Robert Guet to Rickey Joey Fcury and Fawn Sue Feury, lot, Town of White Sulphur Springs, $4,000 West Virginia Ilousing Develop- ment Fund to Rodger Boggs, .304 acre, City of Ix-wisburg; grantor is an instrumentality or agency of the State of West Virginia. M. Rodger Boggs told Shirley J. Boggs to Thomas It. Johnson and Tere~ S. Johnson, .304 acre, City of Lewisburg, $95,(X)O Bank of White Sulphur Springs vs. Gary W. Powell, Sr. Dick E. Bramcr vs. Dr Thomas O. Dotson, M.D., Grecnbrier Clinic, Inc., a Corporation, and Smith Kline Bcehman Corporation New Suits Filed Donald W. llammond vs. Rose M. Morgan Ci~awford's Food Center, Inc. vs. Kathy Corker, American tlardware Insurance Company, American Ex- press, Bank One, First Virginia Bank --- Illghlands, Sovem Bank, Sears, and Discover Wharf You're Not A Bus Driver? Suzie's team is on its way to the state championship finals, ff only they could get a ride. Unfortunately, the whole team will not fit in your car, and you don't have a spare bus stored in your garage.. Come on down to U-Save Auto Rental and select one of our dependable and economical vehicles. We can't guarantee the team will win the title, but we'll bet we can get them to the game in comfort and on time! A/] I VZ4 Your Home Town Car Rental Company@ 392-6941 9AMto 5 PM AnJean Road Intersection, Rupert U.S. 219 SOUTH AT FAIRLEA Bonnie Rogers Wright and Tony Model Wright to Lola,Rogcrs,~ 1.6 acres,t The '90 Meadow Bluff DtsI., ehild to paren ltarold F2. Brown and Betty Lou Brown to Kenneth R, F~mrber, Llnda A. Faerber. Richa/'d A. Casdorph, and Nancy T. Ca'!~dorph, parcels, Blue Sulphur Dist., $50,000 Virginia S. lludkins, William F. Simms, and Andrea L. Simms to Nel- son & Raines, Inc., lots, Ratnelle Municipality, $140,000 Francis R. Glasser, Jr., and Jan- ice C. Glasser to Charles E. Iemapp and Laura L. Knapp, .496 acre, L~- wtsburg Municipality, $74,~KK) Viola Maude Hicks lsom Buck- land to Robert l~'c Michael ,and Viv- ian Yvonne Mieha:l, lots, Fort Spring Dist., parent to child Robert Lee Michael and Vivian Yvonne Mk.hael to Gary W. Dove and Viekie R. Dove, lots, Fort Spring Dist., $11,500 L. 11. Builders, Inc., to Margaret F. lhuma, lot, Lewisburg Municipal- ity, $63, N.R) Ida Ik)ggs to I~ly F. 13oggs, 4,771 sq. ft., Frankford Dist., less than $I00 John G. Bobbitt, Jr., Marlene Bobbitt, Margaret B. Ixmderee, Gor- don A. Bohbitt, Sally B. Light, Wil- liam Light, 16~y It. Bobbitt, and llilda R. Bobhitt to G. Steven Bobbitt and Catherine J. l lyndman, .314 acre, City of Lcwisburg, warranty deed Nuna P. llughart to John E. Pat- ton, Sr., lots, City of Lewlsburg, $ I0 R & K Construction Company, Inc., Walter C. Adams, Jr., arld Daphney Adams to Van B. James and Nancy K. James, traets, Blue Sulphur Dist., $85,500 Kenneth P. Sehwarz trod Jolecn tt. Sehwacz to Steven W. Walter and Kristi Jarvis ,Walter, tracts, City of Lewisbu rg, $240,00() Raven m 106 E. 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