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Letters... From Page 4-A t IkUtor: County Farm to host a Congressman Staggers, Jr and his Oliver Luck. This ) was based on Farm philosophy that people. information, will decisions. It that Mr Staggers can e a softball game, advance, but can't to explain his contribu- unemployment? so quick to indicate Opponent is dishonest, your tax dollars for n literature? Lawrence Cobb Cowen, V.rV ~Utor: a student at West Vir- (WVU) and will 1992. I would like to Virginia and work, that the oppor- ~lll not be available. I have become inter- race for Congress in e, I have yet to hear Mr Position on any issues, I heard him propose to help the state. His Seems to be obsessed matters that do not the issues such as donating $500 to the to play at a rally. In seems to be afraid debate with Mr Luck. Staggers' new hired n Co6rdlnator" to the podium to other hand, Mr Luck spent countless the people of the strict and talking raost important issue Virginia's future -- that he recently hope to future myself. says that the I would agree. ~ave the jobs we have new ones are at least late --- no thanks Mr who wants to see and grandchildren Virginia should Luck. Sincerely, Heather Rayburn ologist j. Elliott will be the key- for the 1990 Con- West Virginia Medicine 21 at 7:30 will be held Hotel in White is the director of Clinic, The Blaydes and the Humana Center in Blue- clinical professor of at West Virginia with a very real mary care physi- Virginia School Medicine is dis- its success at pro- ~ality Osteopathic program for inia and Ap- incoming stu- be commended for for inadequate care," Dr Blaydes of several editorial including "Ocu- Dr Blaydes on the technology )f companies pro- products. 67 freshman class 42 of which are 3. WVSOM four-year raedical college in Ountain - essenger 24 a word nimum) a word billed minimum FRIDAY t Court Street, 24901 Deeds Louis E. Longanacre ,and Vivian C. Longanaere to Ih'lymond Geiger, one acre, Blue Sulphur Dist., $22,000 Harvey W. Mentz and Shirley A. Mentz to George l larvey Mcntz, lots, White Sulphur Dist., parent to child Lillian V. Steep to Thomas S. Steep and Sandra C. Steep, lots, City of Ronccverte, $ i0 Beatrice Yvonne Baker Browning, Robert Browning, Joseph Franklin Bragg, and Susanne Bragg to Gary Lane Bragg, lots, Town of Alderson, less than $I00 Reba Mae Baker to Gary Lane Bragg, lots, Town of Alderson, $2,000 Jerry Wayne Bragg and Susan Bragg to Gary Lane Bragg, lots, Town of Alderson, $4,000 Sarah K. Feamstcr and Stcven Feamster to Gary I_anc Brag, g, lots, Town of Alderson, $2,000 Judy Melinda Plumley and Robert Plumlcy to Gary Lane Bragg, lots, Town of Alderson, $4,000 Simon O. Castle and Kay Castle to Steven Lamontagne and Lisa Lamontagne, .4 acre, Meadow Bluff Dist., $18,000 James Clark, Rick Barkley, and Stanley Davenport, Trustees of Rcn- ick Independent BapUst Church; to Grace Independent BapUst Church, Marlinton; lots, Town of Renick, $ I Patricia E. Spence to Edith Ste- wart, lot, Town of Alderson, deed of correction Joyce W. Housby and Tom E. Housby to Edith Stewart, lot, Alder- son Municipality, $5,000 William E. King and William D. Goodwin, Trustees, to The One Val- ley Bank of Ronceverte, lot, Rainelle Municipal Dist., $8,000 Grace Hickman and Eugene flick- man to David P. Gabbert and Bar- bara W. Gabbert, lot, Town of White Sulphur Springs, $ I Eugene E. Monte and Lorraine Monte to Richard E. Ford, 3.49 acres, Frankford Dist., one of two in- struments in a conduit of Utle ar- rangement Richard E. Ford and Sally A. Ford to Lorraine Monte, 3.49 acres, Frankford Dist., one of two instru- ments in a conduit of title arrange- ment Roy C. Bevins to Lillian Ruby Bevlns, . 18 acre, Town of Marfrance, husband to wife Aubrey W. Rickman and Christine P. Rickman to Aubrey W. Riekman and Christine P. Rickman, lot, City of Ronceverte, transfer for purpose of creaUng the right of sur- vivorship Charles S. Scott and Ann A. Scott to Lorna M. Russell, .206 acre, Le- wisburg Municipality, $42,900 Wade J. Stewart and Marcella K. Stewart to Donald L. Cohernour, .3 acre, Falling Spring Municipality, $2,000 Marion Chambers to Gaylord P. Hopkins and Linda Callahan, lots, City of Lewisburg, parent to child Joe H. O'Quinn and Jeannctta M. O'Quinn to Michael G. Weikle and MicheUe L, Weikle, .227 acre, White Sulphur Dist., $37,800 J. Michael Anderson, Trustee, to Greenbrier Valley National Bank, lot, Town of Alderson, $25,000 Sherrt Lynn McClung Hinkle to Marshall Howard Hinkle, tracts, Le- wisburg Dist., wife to husband Head Start Gets Head Start Greenbrler County's Head Start Program began the year with an open house, orientation and picnic. Rupert Head Start children and parents went to school September 12 and Alder- son Head Start met September 13. Parents stayed with the chil- dren for the first 45 minutes and then the parents had their orien- taUon to Head Start procedures and regulations. This session was then followed by a Head Start picnic for the entire family, Head Start now operates two centers, one in Alderson, one in Rupert. A third center is planned to open in Frankford in late Oc- tober. New News Cabin Club Will Re-Open Thomas II. Lightner Sr. and Lou-" ise N. Lightner to Thomas H. Light- ncr Jr., tracts, Frankford Dist., par- ent to son Robert J. Fraiman and Nancy M. Fraiman to John C. Doremus Jr. and Ann It. Doremus, lot, White Sulphur Dist., $375,000 Alda Ruth Broyles to Bonnie M. Kelly and Willianl S. Kelly Sr., lot, White Sulphur Dist., parent to child Cynthia Lewis Jackson to William Douglas Jackson and Bretta Kim- berly Jackson, 5.0049 acres, Frankford Dist., mother to children Helen Arbogast by Billy Beard Ar- bogast, her Attorney in Fact; Billy Beard Arbogast; and Frances Wade Arbogast; to Michael L. Arbogast and Tammy J. Arbogast, .648 acre, An- thony Creek Dist., less than $I00 Ruth Remley, Robert Remley, Kathy Remley, Bernard Remley, Angela Remley, Brenda Remley Shcppard, and James Sheppard to Jeannie C. Sayre and Gary Howard Sayre Jr., parcels, Meadow Bluff Dist., $4,000 Lola Mitchell Puckett to Christine P. Rickman, tracts, Meadow Bluff Dist., parent to child Darrell Boggess and Jeckie Y. Boggcss to Locda Auvil Maloy, lot, Fort Spring Dist., $6,549.68 Elizabeth C. lloward to Iva June Thompson, .24 acre, Irish Corner Dist., $6,500 Henry A. Greenwell and Elizabeth F. Grccnwell to Charlotte Sheppard, 41,431 sq. ft., Fort Spring Dist., no consideration Norman F. Hoover and Eva Lee Hoover to Kenneth L. Chapman and doycc Chapman, tract, Frankford Dist., $3,000 T. Harvey McMillan and Charlotte t3. McMillan to T. Harvey McMlllan, eight acres, Irish Corner Dist., husband and wife to husband New Suits Filed Norms Jean Trent vs. Gary David Trent Teresa A. Owens vs. Jeffrey M. Patricia Thompson A group of investors recently purchased the Cabin Club Res- taurant at Hari's Run and is working to re-open the business by November. The group is spending $I00,000 for renova- tions. The restaurant has been closed since September 1989. Af- ter a fire destroyed part of the restaurant in December 1988, former owners Gary and Kather- ine Blankenship re-opened it briefly in 1989. Principal owner Patricia Thompson said, "We've torn down and are rebuilding the sec- tion that was burned, where the bar was located. We'll be build- ing another small bar, but we won't be focusing so much on that. We want this to be a place Owens where people come to enjoy good Nancy Carol Gabbert vs. Mason--food -- a place for fine dining Brown Gabbert, Jr. and superb service." Sonla Rcnita Elmore Camp vs. Jeffrey Wayne Camp Mary Louise Sturgell vs. Herman Austin Sturgell Melissa Yvonne Sharp vs. Jeffrey Dale Sharp One Valley Bank of Ronceverte, National Association vs. James R. Linkous and Ethel M. Linkous Robert L. Lance and Linda P. Lance, his wife vs. James Smith Julia A. Hunter vs. Jane L. Cline, Commissioner Department of Motor Vehicles Julie Ann Smith vs. David Ray Smith National Rifle Supports Luck Oliver Luck, candidate for the United States Cor.gress from West Virginia's Second District, has received the highest possible rating that a challenger can re- ceive from the National Rifle As- sociation (NRA). Luck received an "A rating" after a meeting with NRA om- cials. In Washington, D. C. Only an incumbent can receive an A plus, which is the only higher rating. "I firmly believe that every West Virginian must have the right to own and bear arms," Mr Luck said. "The rating reaffirms my pro-gun and pro-West Vir- ginia stance." Mr Luck said the Second Amendment to the Constitution guarantees Americans the right to keep and bear arms. "Now, more than ever. we must fight for the Second Amendment," "As the liberals in Congress propose anti-gun legislation in a mls- guided attempt to deter crime, we must also fight for stiffer sen- tencing for murderers and drug kingpins." Mrs Thompson said she would soon be moving to living quarters on the grounds of the restaurant, located on U. S. 60 between Caldwell and White Sulphur Springs, to oversee the work. Once the restaurant is open later this fall, she expects a staff of nearly a dozen full- and part-time workers. Piano music will be a part of the dining at- mosphere, she said. The restau- rant has four separate dining rooms and total seating for 125, Mrs Thompson said. Additionally, cook Justine Morton will once again be on the staff, according to Mrs Thompson. "A lot of people have told me if I can get Justine back, that's the Cabin Club." Two other investors from Roanoke, whom Mrs Thompson declined to name, make up the corporation, organized as Cabin Club of West Virginia, Incorpo- rated. The group purchased the property for $140,000. The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 20, 1990 5A Artie Shaw Orchestra Featuring Dick Johnson, Carnegie l lall, L~.,wisburg, Friday, September 28, 8 p.tru Admission $ I O. Tickets: 645- 7917. Monroe County Vocational Technical Center Organization meeting, for evening, part-time Adult Education classes Ttws- day, September 25 at 6 p.m. for students interested in Computer Literacy (45 hours}: Accounting 1 {45 hours); Carpentry; Masonry; Welding and Basic Drafting (45 hours)followed by Auto Cad/CNC (45 hours). Enroll- ment for Nursing Assistant Classes (150 hours} will be held Wednesday, September 26 at 4 p.m. For more information call 832-6724 or 753-9971. Grace United Methodist Church Young Adult Class will hold an auction, 10:30 a.rn- Saturday, September 22 at the Church in Fort Spring. Luncli will l~, available. White Sulphur Springs Baptist Church Willow Street, invites you and your family to join in their Fall Celebration, Sunday, September 23. The day will Ix~gin with Sunday School at 9:45 a.rru, the morning worship service at 11 a.m. Reverend Chester Cook Ill from Gaffney, South Carolina, will bring the message. Lunch immediately following the service. Music by Sweet Charity from Clintonville, will be around 2 p.m. Please take lunch and join in this tinge of fellowship. Fall Ball, Mardi Gras Style A benefit for the Family Refuge Center, Saturday, September 22, at the Elks Club, Lewisburg, from 9 p.m. to I a.m. Free hors d'oeuvres, cash bar. Music by the lled Star Rockets. Admission: $15 per person, Tickets avail- able from the Family Refuge Center at 645-6334 or at door. Renick Presbyterian Parish Sunday, September 30, the three congregations of parish will meet at Spring. Creek Clmrch, I I a.nL for flue regular Fifth Suru:lay service. This will also be homecoming for the Spring Creek Church. All friends and former members invited. Ronceverte River Festival Co,unlttee meeting Thursday, Septend>er 20, 7 p.m., at the Fire llouse. According to 1991 chairperson, Kay Donovaru "it is important that all past chair people be present with new and refreshing ideas," Ms Donovan said. The Family of Turner J. and Mary Morgan Will gather on Saturday, Septern~r 29 from I I a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Organ Cave School. Turner's parents were Bud and Eurle Ann Morgan; Mary's parents were Jonah and Racluel Cromer Morgan. Turner and Mary had seven children -- Sidney, Daniel, llunter, Nathan, Rachel, Myrtle and Lucy. Frieads and relatives of the family are encouraged to join the reun- ion and take a picnic lunch. National Association of Retired Federal Employees Greenbrier Valley Chapter #994, will meet September 26 at the City llall in Alderson at 2 p.rn. Bar-B-Q Reniek Firehouse, September 22, 4 p.rru to 8 p.m. Barbecued Pork, Creamed Potatoes or Rice, Coleslaw, llash, Cake, Coffee, Tea or Milk. $6 adults. $3, under 12. Ample parking, no "stairs. Sponsored by Renick Ruritan Club. Lord's Acre Day Sale Saturday, September 22, 8 a~m. 'tit ?. Sponsored by the South Covington United Methodist Church, located on Jackson StreeL Included will be arts and crafts, bake sale, yard sale, and a country store. Food will be served throughout the day. Supper will be served at 4 p.m. Rummage Sale At Crawford's Food Center parking lot Friday, September 21, sponsored by the Women of the Henning Church of God, Frankford. In the event of rain, the sale wiU be held September 28. Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church Saturday, September 22, Wedrwsday, September 26, 8:20 a.m. Rosary recitation after the 8 a.m. daily Mass. "Good Grief" A group for those undergoing the traumas of sorrow from divorce, death or the loss or separation of any loved one will meet Thursday, September 20 at 7 p.m. in Tuke I-lo11 of Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. All are welcome. Seneca Mental Health Board of Directors will hold its re9ulariy scheduled meeting September 24 at the Nicholas County Mental Ilealth Center, #1 Stevens Road, Sum- mersv~e, 8p.m. McClung Memorial Methodist Church Srnoot, spaghetti supper Saturday, September 22from 4 p.m. to 7 p.rru at school cafeteria. Proceeds for addition to church. Montclaire String Quartet Carnegie IIall, Lewlsburg, Friday, September 21, 8 p.m. Admission $8, adults: $7, seniors or students. Ccdl 645-7917. III III Corner of Durant Rd. & Liberty St. Covington, VA 9624300 Newest Distributor for Tuffllner in the Aileghany Hillhlands Ptn Tcx Includes Installation and Price InCludes All Sizes er's All New Cargo Lock/Double Deck System. Strong, Durabl Dependable TruckM Nfection With IMime Limited W ty. I I I I I IN A FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE WITH GOOD FRIENDS. Fo OD & FRIENDS wHERE GOOD FOOD AND LOTS OF IT ARE ALWAYS THE ORDER OF THE DAY. 112 W. Washington St. Historic Lewisburg 645-4548 Emergency Medical Services Week is September 16 - 22. And during this week the Emergency Department at Hu- mana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley is offer- ing an important community service to ensure that your child receives emergency medical care when it is needed, even if you cannot be reached. According to the law your child cannot receive medical care without your written consent. If your child were sick or injured, medical treatment could be delayed if you were not available to sign permission for treatment. To ensure that your child receives emergency medical care when it is needed come by the hospital Emergency Depart- ment and pick up a copy (or copies) of the "Authorization for the Emergency Treat- ment of a Minor" form. Or mail us the at- tached coupon and we will mail you what you need. Fill out the form and send it back to the Emergency Department where it will be kept on file until your child is 18 years old or you revoke the authorization. r YES! r-i Please send me Authorizmion for the Treatment of a Minor form(s). .... Quantity needed(number of children). Name Address City. State__..___Zip_____ Humana Hospital Greenbrler Valley P.O. Box 497, Ronceverte, WV 24970 304-647-4411 L.--- .__.J