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Lewisburg, West Virginia
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September 27, 1990

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an Greenhouses (xmple, with a wide variety ()f flowers and grasses seen throt|~h()ut the grounds. "'tt~cre's nothing like buildinK a g(~od base of soil," Mrs Chaiilefl Avery said. "We us( In~.tl!llve alld ort~alli(' feziilizer. 'Elinor's Dolls' Ati cxhil)it o[ ()vcr 200 ;mli(tu(" d)lls and hu-ni,~hinits will open ;_It (['I';.tit'~ l'itil()II I{OII.'4C, lo('ated m Daniel Boone Park, 2809 Ka nawha l~()idcv.rd E;tst m ('hal-- h~sl(m Sidill'dity, Sepiemt)er 29 at 11 ;l.m. lmlil 1 p.m. The ex hibil will lcltitl.ill ol)11 lhIollgh The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, September 27, 1990 3A Soon In Charleston As dolls became llloie poput~r and better made, the factories could noi keep up with lhe de- mand. I)olls were expet|sive and lhe hOlnellHde ch)lh doll also be(';tlll(" i)Oplllitr. The dolls on display at Craik- I)ittlOll l-lOllse will be a rel)iesell- i!i! i[ a big differ- Rima Propps ' worked hard needed it. groups of chil- the street to church--it near 58 up 16 families Wyatt, a who works pri- all ministries building in a large tent lent by Numerous churches sent finan- cial and volunteer help. In the meantime, weekly Sunday serv- ices were initiated. Improve- ments came slowly but surely. Reverend Wyatt recalls the hard- ships. "One side of the roof was al- most completely gone," he said. .An of ille first services we had there it ~as raining, and half of the congre- gation had to get up and move to the other side to avoid the leaks," Although some work remains Rar wooK GaKery 106 E. Washington St. Lewisburg, WV 645-6405 Hours: Tile; ~ Thurs,:8:00 PM essenget CALL WHERE CAN SENIOR C ENS GET HELPFUL INFORMATION? We have been asked often for mation and literature about services available to our community's senior citizens. We've had to seek out mate- ante,prOcessing, wills, planning, etc. We've become a kind which senior citizens for may re- ceive l{oger W. M a3he , Mo A. Private Practice - [ ice~sod Ccxms( lot [ O:,t ,: ' "'': ' o, : : ~ , { :,:t