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Turbulent suctio~ pulls ---.% it into the bag along with duSt and FULL.TIME EDGE CLEANING surface litter, NON-MARKING FURNITURE GUARD STEEL LINED FAN CHAMBER Powerful 6.5 Amp Motor with Power SurgeTM U4557-910 LEGACY~" UPRIGHT VACUUM Tempo 150 Portable Canister Vacuum Cleaner ALL NEW 53515 F rupa' VACUUM CLEANER UNCONDf TIONAL GUARANTEE"" ,JOHN W COMPANY elS~es~o~ I~i~ eSee~ce g4 Day Twml O Se~ectkm LOC~ ~ F~inll LaymNy 756 N. Jefferson St. 219 N Lewlsburg, 645-2100 O 300 Industrial Drive Beckley 255-0508 !: Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Meets 10A The Mountain Messenger, Thursda! 'The Carnegie The Xi Gamma Epsilon Chap- ter ot Beta ,Sigma Phi, Lewis- burg, met .~plember 4 at the home of Andrea Phillips. Four i'CU members were preseztt. Discussion on the upcoming Taste Of Our Town was the topic of the future fund raising for the Chaplet and Carnegie Hall. Ms Phillips gave the program on "Life's a Beach." The service project for Sep- tember was a monetary gift to the organization's adopted family for school needs. The social for the month was a family picnic held at the Gillespie Camp at Keaster. Members attending were An- drea Phillips. Charlotte Cooke, Brenda Gherman. Janet Turner. Shirley Turner. Marilyn Hylton, Ernie Atkinson. Lilly Richmond, Alice Hollingsworth, Linda Pow- ell, Karen Eggleston, Vickie Wil- liams. Vivian Clower, Debbie Mclniire. Information prepared by and presented as a public service by the Mountain Messenger, your communitl After learning recently of Car negie Hall's mission in south- eastern West Virginia, country. music star Charlte McCoy has offered to do a benefit concert at the Hall Saturday, November 17 at 8 p.m. A native of Fayetteville, McCoy is appearing at a reduced rate In order to contribute to our renovations and programming. Known as one of the busiest ses- sion musicians In Nashville (doing over 200 a year), he also has a recording career going full tilt. He recorded 16 albums in the last 18 years. McCoy serves as Musical Director for the long running syndicated television series "Hee-Haw." In addition to numerous country recordings, McCoy was a mainstay on Elvts Presley recordings both in Nash- ville and Los Angeles. When Bob Dylan recorded "John Wesley Harding," "Blond on Blond," and "Nashville Skyline" McCoy was one of the few Nashville session players on those dates. He has been the recipient of numerous awards over the years Including 1988 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER GRAND LE long body, loaded .............. $13,995 1987 NISSAN PATHFINDER XE V-6, loaded, 4X4 .............................. $12,995, 1986 FORD F-150 4X4 4-spd V-8, cruise, tilt, like new .......................... $8,995 1985FORD F-250 low miles, one owner, 4-spd ...................................... $6,995 m1984 FORD F-150 4X4 4-spd, sharp ....................................................... $5,495 1987 NISSAN 5-spd, AC, cass., like new ................................................ $5,995 1982 GMC VANDURA VAN loaded ........................................................ $3,995 1988 ESCORT GT loaded, 29,000 miles ................................................. $6,995 1989 SUBARU AT AC, 25,000 miles ...................................................... $7995 1988 HONDA CIVIC 4-spd, AC, extra nice .............................................. $6495 1986 OLDS CALAIS 5-spd, AC, cruise ................................................... $4,995 1985 CHEVY CAVALIER AT AC, 4 cyl ................................................... $2,495 1988 CHEVY CORSICA AT, AC, extra nice ................................ , ........... $6,995 I TUFFLINER BEDLINERS ALL STYLES $199 plus tax VISA/MASTERCARD Corner of Durant Rd__&_Liber_ty St,, Covington, VA Easy Access Off 1-64 Exit 4 703-962-8300 Illex Blue Princess Holly ............... reg. $22.90 on Sale 2/=30.00 Illex China Girl Holly ........................ reg. $22. on Sale 2/=30.00 Burning Bush 18"-24" ...................... reg. $18.00 on Sale 2/=28.00 Japanese Yews 18"-24" ................... reg. $24.O0 on Sale 2/$34.00 Rhododendron- Red, Pink, Purple 18"-24". ................. :. ....... reg. $26.00 ....................................................................................... on Sale 2 34.00 Globe Arborvitae 18".24". .............. reg $17.00 on Sale 2/$29.00 Large Variety of Shrubs to choose from I IIII III Pumpkins- over 5000 in stock smafl, led., large, & extra large - one Jumbo .................... $1.50 & u Holland Flower bulbs: Now is the time to plant for a beautiful show next Spring. Large Tulip Bulbs-r , ye,o , pin , ,h,e ........................... 6 for $1.38 l Daffodils-white, yellow, orange (extra large bulbs) ..................... 6 for $2.19 m Fragrant Hyacinths- a, co ors- (extra large bulbs)............... 6 for $2.99 m Crocus co ors 12 for $1 79 ,,,, - .............. ;,; ........................................... ,, I Red and Golden Delicious Apples: l bushel.)9.50 1/2 bushel...$4.90 peck...=2.99 I Large Red Rome & York {:~;&~ ~: ] bushel 13 50 1/2 bushel. 6 99 peck... 3.99 , ~~ IIIIIlU "'=11111 " III "1111111 ' I "~" ~'~ Hardy Garden Mums in bud and bloom 7" pot .................................................................... =2.99 Flowering Kale ............................................................. 2/*5.00 iii iii II II IIII II Local Grown Potatoes- kennebec bushel ............................................................................................................. $7.50 Buy now store for winter use. Place your order now III IIII IIIIIII Fresh Apple Cider gal. $2.99 1/2 gal. $1.99 Made fresh even] other day a Grammy Award, Music Association eight Academy of Awards. Additlonall won numerous awards by the three music trade publications "Cash Box" and and tends to be the country year after year. While predominantly known monica player, his prowess encompasses struments includinl bass, drums, as a variety of instruments. Appea Charlle McCoy will band and recording Hicks. Reservations aged and can be rnadc the Carnegie Hall 7917. Admission is T.O.O.T. Is just corner! Carnegie fund-raising event, Town, is a street fair which features s and entertainment, by organizations our area. The place on Lewisburg from 11 p.m. Saturday, top off the day's Bob Thompson pear at Carnegie The Quartet Is as one of the sembles tally It draws on fusion styles as tlonal styles. concert is $8 for seniors and studentS. appeared at 1988 and we are other excellent The public is opening reception Annual Heritage rled Exhibition held Sunday, Ot p.m. in the Old Carnegie Hall. awarded to the of six categories the show. We the generous the Bank of MonrOe, National Bank in Greenbrier Arts & Council, the Bani Sulphur Springs, tlonal Bank of lotte Mason Dlckson Deggs Valley Natlonal made these cash slble. Tickets are now the ballet drama presented by Pennsylvania 20, at 8 p. m. Call make rdservations. Now The Monongahe Forest no longer firewood permits. personal use are public starting at cords. Permits ar~ the White Sulphur trict Office in the building Monday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. District offices. low collection of "down" firewood. where no collectior~ allowed. These ness areas and nonmotorized these areas are the permits. "Please take lar with the wood collection on est land as the being enforced," Morse Reese is now required predict the chance the two cords higher than the ging your buck this ering firewood is activity for manY Forest users" says hope that past tlnue to enjo3 and respect ments." If you ti0ns concerning tlons, contact Ranger Joe Sulphur Spring~ "I called yoU-r they both said come and see