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Helen Woodward different herbs and ered as a healthful tonic. Add a are used as medicine. And According to the a tonic is anything refreshes, or re- a tonic is a agent that restores the tone of the the word tonic and muscular Yet is associated with and mental our English eame from the Greek meaning a stretch- of us think of water or other ~arbonated beverages. quinine water is from the bark of cinchona calisaya or madder family) carbonated water. is used in various POWder, concentrated as a tonic to cure diar- and intense re- like malaria Since quinine is ef- lnflamations it has an effective treat- eumatlc pain. Over- quinine has been blindness so guidance must be nlgra, s. alba similar proper- without any and is used tonic in similar ~luding headaches and dampness tract and, before meals, to COnvalescence from in order to aid In SYstem. normally I-3 of willow bark is Cup of water for two After straining is taken, before throughout comes to about 2 times a day.) of herbs, ton- mixtures with an ingredient known problems. Many Combinations exist the world and are times of the of reasons. can be consid- =_-2 few cloves of garlic, sweeten with honey and, presto, you will have an excellent treatment for sore throat, lung or other bronchial afflictions. Incorporate the same items as regular flavorings to your food and you may never have to worry about afflictions. Nature is here for us to enjoy. Her products are for our use. Editor's Note: These articles are intended for educational pur- poses only. They are not intended to treat, diagnose or prescribe, nor to be considered as a substi- tute for professional care. Theatre Meeting September 25 The Annual Meeting for the Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT) will be held Tuesday, September 25, at 7 p.m., at the Greenbrier Valley Theatre Barn at the Greenbrier Valley Airport, U. S. Rt. 219 North of Lewisburg. Nominations for the theater Board of Directors include Ann A. Benedict, Rita Bostic, Clare Bredell, Harvey Cohen, Ouida Davis, Carol Hall, Jack Hewitt, Rick Peters and Katherine Yarid Juicer. All GVT Corporate Members are reminded they have voice and vote in this annual meeting and are encouraged to attend and hear the progress made by GVT in the 1989-90 Year and the plans scheduled for the Greenbrier Valley Theatre's 25th Silver Season. The meeting is open to the public. Coffee and tea will be provided. Welcome Wagon Will Meet The Welcome Wagon Club in- vites all newcomers to the area to their next meeting Tuesday, September 25 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the home of Marilyn Issenberg at 109 Circle Drive, Lewisburg. Dr Con- nie Bradley Mann, from the Greenbrier Clinic, will be the speaker. Her discussion will be on "Stress and Stress manage- ment." If you would like information about Welcome Wagon please call Karin McComas at 647- 3029; Rosemary Dent, 645- 3725; Joyce Kitchens, 645-1771. Democratic Executive members: Seated (left) Bee Rarvey, Ann Livesay, Nadine L. Smith and Charles Burr. Standing (left) Bill Campbell, Sarah Lee Neal, Glenda Killen, Genevieve Neville and Edgar L Smith. Greenbrier Democratic Executives Meet At Court House The Greenbrier County Demo- cratic Executive Committee met August 30, at the Greenbrler County Courthouse for business meeting called by chairman Ann Livesay. Plans were made for a public reception honoring Senator John D. Rockefeller IV, to be held Sat- urday, September 22, at the Greenbrier Valley Airport from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The recep- tion will be co-hosted by the county executive Committee and the Democratic Women's Club. Refreshments will be served by the hospitality committee. Plans are also being finalized for a Democratic Fundraiser, to be held October 20, at the Rupert Community Building. A turkey dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Tickets, cost $I0. Candidates will be introduced at the dinner and allotted a time in which to speak. Other business to come be- fore the group was the appoint- ment of Irma M. Powell of Lewis- burg as a member of the second Congressional District Executive Committee for the Democratic party. Those who attended the August meeting were Ann Livesay, Sarah Lee Neal and Glenda Killen as proxy for Char- les Mundy, all representing the Western District; Bea Harvey, Nadine Smith, Edgar L. Smith and Okey McCraw of the Central District; and Genevieve Neville, Bill Campbell and Charles Burr of the Eastern District. State Press Assocation Names New Officers For the third time in four years, Smith, editor of the Parson's Ad- the West Virginia Press Associa- vocate, Parsons, vice president for tion (WVPA) is headed by a pub- weeklies; and Fran Hollendonner, lisher whose father previously publisher of the Parkersburg served as president of the organi--News and Sentinel, treasurer. zation. Directors elected were: Joe Phoebe Heishman, co-pub- lisher of the Moorefield Examiner, was elected president of WVPA at the group's annual convention, August 23-25, at Pipestem Resort State Park. her late father, Ralph E. Fisher, also publisher of the Moorefield Examiner, was presi- dent of the statewide newspaper group in 1957. Mrs Heishman is the third woman to head the asso- ciation since its reorganization in 1953. The West Virginia Press Asso- ciation is a trade association rep- resenting the 90 daily and weekly member newspapers of the state. Other officers elected were: Robert Hammond. publisher of the Register-Herald, Beckley, vice president for dailies; Mariwyn Elam, production manager, the Clarksburg Exponent and Tele- gram; Robert Nutting, business manager of Ogden Newspapers, Wheeling; George Wallace, pub- lisher of the Brooke News and Fol- lansbee Review, Wellsburg; and .Terry Horne, publisher of the: Charleston Daily Mail. Directors with unexpired term; who continue on the board are Tina Bolyard, editor of the Mour tain Statesman, Grafton; Bil FouchL, general manager of th Grant County Press, Petersbur~ Craig Selby, general manager Charleston Newspapers; Bol Earle, editor of the Weston Derr~ crat; and Meade Dorsey, publishe of the Spirit of Jefferson Advocate Charles Town. Recipe en[ d~r ~ Jn c~mm- Trail E | ] II I " - I I I II Corrugated Asphalt Roofing and Siding Insulates as a roof-over Attractive skirting material Ideal for patio roof WHITE BROWN RED .BLACK GRAY GREEN One man can handle Won't rust or corrode Lifetime warranty t 4rxT~ Sheet 2S squ~e toot duet IN STOCK COLORS At IONI 32 oquoro8 In 8lock 113 S. Court St., Lewisburg, W.Va. Phone 645-1334 Ii a Now $8800 PRIZM 4-DOOR WAS $9900 .16 Valve, 4 cyl. engine, auto. trans. air COnd., ETR AM/FM, Dark Chestnut $133.79 *Monthly 1990 GEe Metro 2-DOOR : 3 cyl. engine, 5 spd. trans., ETR AM/FM/ cassette, silver, LSi equipp. * Approved credit only. Sale PriceS6400 $500 cash or trade, 60 rues. term, 12.85% APR interest rate, $2127.40 Finance charge. $8027.40 Total of payments. Taxes and fees not included $2800 1986 PONTIAC PARISIENNE 4-DOOR WAS $9700 Now $6900 Brougham Equip., power windows wire wheel covers, tilt wheel Save $2200 Now $13,300 1987 JEEP GRAND WAGONEER 4-DOOR WAS $15,500 dual power seats, leather/cord seats, aluminum wheels, trailering equip, ETR AM/FM/cassette. Over 50 Other Used Cars and Trucks in Inventory 0 1 mile south of 1-64 Lewisburg, WV 645-2424 "56 Years Proud Because Our Promises Made Were Kept" The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 20, 1990 9f Show Slated The Charleston Coin Club will hold its Annual Coin Show Sat- urday and Sunday, October 6 and 7, at the Charleston House Holiday Inn. The hours of the show are I0 a.m. 'till 6 p.m. on Saturday, and I0 a.m. 'till 5 p.m. on Sunday. There is no admission charge. The public is invited. The coin show is an annual event that the Charleston Coin Club sponsors to bring coin, stamp, jewelry, and ball card dealers to Charleston from around the state and neighbor- trig states to provide the people or the area with the opportunity to buy, sell, or trade those things in their collecting interests. Over two dozen dealers will attend from Ohio, Kentucky. Maryland and West Virginia, with a Imt:: selection of rare coins, gc~Id stamps, silver bullion, jewl~- and ball cards. During the show, an el'fort ~, catalog the many tokens used ~'5 the many bars, saloons, billia~, hails, dairy stores, cigar store~; and other merchants in Wea~ Virginia from 1900 to 1950 wit[ be made. Anyone having all3~ (c these "Good for" tokens art asked to take them to the sh~r,,. In order for the catalog commit tee to see and add them t(~ t!~ current listing of tokens. For more Information on tJ~ Coin Show or the club, writ,: Don Clifford, P. O. Box 65, .'-;i Albans, 25177, or call 727-4o~;2 after 6 p.m. Retarded Citizens Convention Will Be Held In Lewisburg The Association for Retarded Chld care will beprovia~,*~,. Citizens {ARC), Gree~brier Vat- People with disabilities and tll~i~ ley, will host the Conven- families are encouraged to :c tion October 19-20. at the Brier tend. Please call 645-3319 ~ Inn, Lewlsburg. 647-4022 for more information. Empowerment and Govzrn_ ment is the theme of the c0nwn_ tion with the focus on how farnt. lies can access services through State Women's "empowerment." Commission News Keynote speaker is Allan Bergman, Deputy Director, Gov-~ttlng the need to "empo~c~ ernmental Office, United Cere-womert to assume their full part bral Palsy, Washington, D.C. nership i " n shaping the siat~'s Other presenters Include Taunja future," 3Overnor Gaston Cap~'r Willis Miller, Secretary of West ton announced the appoinimc~iI Virginia Health and Human Re- of five w0m~n to the West Vir sources, Gaff Falk, Director of ginia Women's Commission. Community Services, Vermont; "The x~0inert'~ Commissi~m former Court Monitor, Tom Pore- was createdin I~77 to imply,re eranz, Vlce President, VOCA the economic and ~ocial condi Corp. and Janet Hill, Chester-tions, of women in ~ur steW," field, Virginia, a pioneer in sup- Governor Capert0n saltl. "Durin~ ported employment for people my administration, employm~:n~ with disabilities, of WOmen in this state h~s in creased more than 6,00o, ycl West Virginia is still below the Forest Festival national average of w~n~en b, payroll-based employmen Princess Named "Unfortunately barriers st,It exist which prevent women ~x~m achieving equality. Sex discri~x nation is still with us. l.ack t{\ child care hinders employment opportunities for many women. Attitudes and ideas that wom,n are not equals prevent many women from parlicipating ful(v in today's world. "The women I have appointed to the Women's Commission rep resent a full spectrum i achievement and advocacy for women. This new mission Ibr them is great, but I have confi dence that they can provide tim direction and leadership that i.*s necessary to empower women l~ assume their full partnership," he said. The appointments include Mary Clare Eros, Charleston, as chairperson; Madonna Kolben schlag, Morgantown; Janet Particle Lynn Martin Boyle, Wheeling; Renate Pore, Hedgesville; and Elaine Harris, Patricia Lynn Martin, 20, of Saint Albans. Two members who Marllnton will be part of the pag- currently serve on the commis eantry of the Mountain State sion were reappointed. They arc Forest Festival as a princess in Jane Farmer of Princeton and the "royal court" of Queen Silvia Jean Beasley of Athens. LIV, Those whose terms expired Appointed by Senator Walt are Marjorie Oakley, Logan; Helmick, Miss Martin will be Ruth Goldsmith, South Char- among 39 other princesses wholeston; Avis Moore, Clay; Peg will participate in ceremonies on Wilkinson, Rlchwood; and Kathy the Davis and Elkins College Campus Friday, October 5, dur- Simons, Clarksburg. lng the 54th annum festival. Miss Martin is the daughter of Nancy and james T. Martin of Arts/Crafts Fair Marllnton. Her father is a for- ester and her mother is a teacher. She is a Junior at West Virginia University where she is The Fall Arts and Crafts Fair, majoring in communications, sponsored by the Lewisburg She attended Pocahontas Business and Professional High School and graduated in Women's Club, will be held at the class of 1988. the Fairlea falr grounds October 5 through October 7. Admission is free. Hours will be Friday I0 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. In addition to numerous booths consisting of woodcrafts, ceramics, needlework and baked goods, there will be concession stands for light lunches. For more information, contact Dare Brown 645-2117 or Dreama Pet- tit 645-2212. Continued Through September New Balance & Converse Shoes 20% OFF Shoes In Stock 20% OFF West Virginia Products! 218 W. Edgar Ave. Ronceverte, W.Va. 647-4055