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October 4, 1990

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12A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 4, 1990 Farrar Art Show Opens At Concord College Aging Committee Has County Meet Michael Farrar, a 1975 Con- cord College graduate, will ex- hibit his artwork at his alma ma- ter through October 25. The dis- play is at the gallery of the Alex- ander Fine Arts Center in Athens. A reception will be held October 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. Mr Farrar includes approxi- mately 28 paintings in this ! MORGAN ORCHARD Pick your own or Orchard Picked * Golden Delicious * Red Delicious * Stayman * Rome Beauty HOURS Sunday 1-4:30, Men, Tuos, Thurs, Friday & Satulday 9~4:30 Closed Wednesday " SINKS GROVE. W.VA. 772-3638 show, iocusing on four major se- ries: The Postcard, The Passen- ger, Dreamscapes, and Man in a Precarious Position. He says he likes to add a little humor to his subjects; the resulting tone has been compared to that of the comic strip "Far Side." After graduating from Con- cord, Mr Farrar spent eight years teaching art in Clifton Forge. He has since gone into business for himself, designing cabinets and continuing his practice of art. Mr Farrar partici- pates in art shows regularly in the two Virginias, particularly at the Allegheny Arts and Crafts Center In Clifton Forge. This summer he spent much of this time exhibitng In these shows, Including art shows in Maneda, Virginia, and White Sulphur Springs. At the latter show he won a cash ribbon for his paint- ing. Next spring the artist will appear in Kentucky for an ex- hibit In Lexington. P.F.C. Richdrd A. Sheppard re- cently completed training at Fort Gordon, Georgia. He is in the Army National Guard at Roncev- erie. Sheppard is the son of Allen Sheppard of Frankford and Vera Martin of Charlotte, North Carolina. Sheppard is a 1985 graduate of Greenbrier East High School and attends West Virginia University at Morgantown. LLEGH SAYS N N If Retail $24,965.96 End ff Year Di $4,500.00 $1,000.00 Only $19,469.95 We've got two-one whiio and one blue, let me toll you about 'em! Interior- 4 deluxe captain chairs plus 3 passenger sofa bed couch, power windows, power door locks, auto w/overdrive, V-8, power steering, power brakes, AC front & rear, AM-FM Stereo w/cass., tilt, cruise, C.B. radio, color T.V., walnut console, reading lights and much more. Exterior- High top, ladder w/luggage rack, full running boards, outside spoke wheel covers, lettered radial tires on rally wheels and custom paint. The Greenbrier County Com- mittee on Aging held a county- wide meeting at the Renick Fire- house September 20. A covered dish luncheon was served. Linda Brewer from the Humana Seniors Association and Lucile Wade, volunteer, pro- vided information about the Humana Seniors AssociaI ion. Okey Moore, from the Board of Education, who co6rdinates the Foster Grandparents Pro- gram for Greenbrier County and Mary Ann Adklns from Char- leston, who also works with the Foster Grandparents Program, also attended the meeting. The Greenbrier County Com- mittee on Aging staff who helped at the countywide meeting were Laura Sevy. Director; Alice Hicks and Lynn Fields, outreach work- ers: Uphene DePriest. van driver. Those who attendedthe meet- ing were Dolly Kesler. Bertie Lowe. Amy Hlckman. Betty Jef- ferson, Ruth Lewis, Elizabeth Johnson, Mary Simmons, Evelyn Booze, Mabel Grimmett, Jean Carter, Laura Spencer. Neva Myers, Roy Sears. Berlin Sears, Eluned Dewberry, Elva Legg. Zelda Kershner, Orval Crane, Erie Ann Crane. Margaret Jackson. Clara Simmons, Fred Creen, Virginia Keene. Nannle Newman. Ira Brown. Ernestine Issacs. Rosalie Hicks. Ida Cox. Roxie Campbell. Melda O'Dell, Nelson Dailey. Charmalea Dailey, Rita Laudatl, Zelda Ker- shner, Frankie Montgomery. Barbara .Oportori, Nettie Walkup. Bluefleld College Enrollment Up While public schools may ibe having fewer and fewer students, Bluefield State College (BSC) this fall has the highest enrollment of students in eight years with a preliminary total of 2715 stu- dents, officially registered. Ac- cording to BSC Registrar Ralph Patsel this is an eight per cent increase over last year. The Lewisburg campus of BSC, Greenbrier Community College, reports a record high enrollment of 529 students. Other off campus student totals show 302 students according to Mr Patsel. more and more older students have returned to col- lege to upgrade their skills either for the jobs they are in or for new jobs. Tommy PenCe: Tommy Gets ABB Toinmy Pence lected Employee of September at ABB, Mr Pence, a ployee, "has been his willingness to others achieve the of quality products week. He is a the Material meni," according to dent Larry Mueller. Four re West Virginia pathic Medicine part in a rural ference in Mor tember 23-24 Health Care Crisis: West Virginia, "was by lhe West Virginia School of Medicine: Olen E. Jones, of WVSOM, Jean Ford, director of Rural Health of the of Nevada School ell key speaker at the James Stookey, demic dean at on the panel, Health Care Meel the Needs ginia." Ralph Willard, dean for clinical Dr Margaret Dennis, family practice attended the The conference opportunity for fessionals, ernment leaders children's health lems of the health, health care disease prevention, health care economic If you like the Mountain NOW IS THE #EEE Please thank our OLDSMOBILE S.UBA,RoU DISCOUNT + REBATES = LOWEST BOTTOM LINE PRICE/ OVER 85 NEW CARS & 30 NEW TRUCKS IN INVENTORY FOR YOU TO SEE/ We have over 30 factory program cars just purchased at the Harrisonburg Auto Auction. Some of these cars are 1989's but the majority are 1990's. Cavaliers, Berettas, Prizms, Luminas, Cierras, Calais,Cutlass Supremes, Metros! COME ON IN AND LETS DEAL- TRADE OR STRAIGHT SALE Saturday, October 13 10 AM Hillsboro Rt. 219 South beside Hillsboro School This auction has known and unknow Estate of the late Wilbur Moore of Hillsboro. ANTIQUES: Table with glass ball feet, old wheelchairs, clock, copper items, Oak Dresser and mirror, wooden barrels ner bell, old beds, hoosier, wooden baby crib, antique cream cans, loom, children's chairs, old tricycle, t954 west Pitt Football Program, and many small items. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT: '49 Ford Tractor, chains, trailer, grindstones, Graveley tools, compressor motors, and many items too numerous to list. Lunch will be available. Not responsible for accidents. CARS - PiCK YOUR $6.ooo 1985 BUICK REGAL LIMITED COUPE 1983 BUICK LeSABRE 4 DOOR, 62,000 MILES 1983 CADILLAC SEDAN DeVILLE, ONE OWNER 1985 HONDA CIVIC 4X4 AUTO, AIR 1984 FORD LTD 4 DOOR 1984 FORD RANGER 4X4 PICK-UP 1986 FORD RANGER 1989 FORD FESTIVA 1981 SUBARU GL TURBO 4x4 4 DOOR $4,000 1984 BUICK CENTURY 4 DOOR $3,000 1984 BUICK REGAL 4 DOOR 1982 OLDS CUTLASS SUP. BROUGHAM, LOADED,4 DR. 1977 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO FULL POWER,CHOICE 1982 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX COUPE, 1986 ESCORT GT 1981 SUBARU WAGON 4X4 1981 CHEVY CITATION 1980 CHEVY CAPRICE 4 DOOR 1980 FORD GRANADA, FULL POWER, A.C. 59,000 1981 PLYMOUTH AUTO, AIR, 68,000 MILES 1986 FORD ESCORT 1982 CHEVY I/2 TON SILVERADO, AT, A.C., 51,432 MILE1979 DODGE 4"X4 I/2 TON PICK-UP, 51,868 MILES 1985 CAVALIER 2 DOOR TYPE 10, 5-SPEED 1980 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME 4 DOOR 1985 CELEBRITY WAGON, WOODGRAIN, LOADED 1985 CHEVY I/2 TON 4X4 PICK-UP 1985 FORD RANGER 4X4 1984 PONTIAC PARISIENNE WAGON LOOL 'EM OVER, MAKE YOUR CHOICE, THEN BUY! We have over 80 clean, inspected and ready to go used cars and trucks for you to look at ! COME BY AND LET US MAKE YOU A "YOU CAN'T TURN IT DOWN DEAL" Lexington Ave., Covington Located Beside Roses & Kroger Store Off Exit 4 Off 1-64 1-800-842-6185 v,oL Sale conducted for the Estate of Wilbur GALFORD'S AUCTION Col. Gary Galford #339 799-7463 COLLINS' Shamrock. Luncheon Blue Plate Specials Regular Menu Dinner Early Bird Special 4 to 6 P.M. Full Menu Until 9 P.M. Open Daily 7 A.M. to 9 536-1921 * 536-9849 Route 60 East White Sulphur Springs