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Barbara J. Cardillo and Lillie Car- Dist., $28,500 L The Mountain Messenger,Thursda October 11, 1990 3A GMS,,, CntinuedFrmPagel"AI II We' "lal I p .oo, .,e m o.o o o. . on re (= were four of a five-member teaxn dence and fund-ralsing for the Pav,,r... of graduate students from the effort slnceearJyspring. Alumni[ II You Ask e. | University of Virginia's Darden at the October 6 meeting up- Continued From Page3-A ' i| Mr Patterson feels it is impor- Deeds Gladys C. [)owning. Genevieve School of Business. The group proved the formation of a Board tent to recycle materials back |(i ....;.h--]"~ ..... John D. -"~ (ampbe] Jr., Kin K. Warren Sellers, A. Michael Warren, has agreed to work on a feasibil- of Directors from that group, ininto the area served by the cen- |[ i r~ I Longanaere | Ilium C. Can~pbcll, and IIelen R. Warren, Diana W. Risher, try study for the alumni and addition to several others. The ter. "We want to take all the pa- |I I~5~ "I Owner niro.'~,~.'] L)~pbcll to Tinsley A. and D. C. Rishcr to Jonah W. Keene, submit it by December. The stu-Board includes John Byrnes, ,mnabcllc B. Cunning- 9acresand 133poles, Falling Sprlng dents will conduct the study asDuane Parsons French Davis per we can from our custom- |] [~ ~ | .......... ] ' ~. ft. Lewisburg Mu- Dist., $3,000 7~ ' Gladys C. Downing, Genevieve part of the requirements of their Herb Pearls, Piall Mci~aughlin',ers--and sell it back to the area. |] I~ ] Longanacre | l~n Ervin to Joseph M. Warren Scllcrs, A. Michael Warren, master's program. The alumni Pete Grasser, Bill Brouddus, and We want to keep it here." Funeral Home ] l:,ynn Ervin, and Julius Helen R. Warren, Diana W. Risher, have approved paying $2,000 in Art Harley. The group will exmn- Mr Patterson added that mar-l~,~-~ J ./ acres Frankford Dist. and D. C. Rishcr to There CalIison expenses to the students. Those ine the feasibility study after it keting the paper bales is one of | TOURING OUR FUNERAL )0 ' ' Kcllison, 25,212 sq. ft., Lcwisburg at the meeting were Brian becomes available and will de- the most important considers- | HOM~CANR~F:I311P.6TI~al ~Inia Ilousing Develop- Dist., $I,000 ....................... :0 W. Andrew Janeczck, John S. Wyatt Jr., Violette Wyatt, Cowan, Connie Date, Lisa Del clde for or against pursuing tions in making the new opera- | ,w. tion a success. "As with any- |Would your religious, fraternal or civic doin~ business as Cut- Ads Grey Ayres, Tyros Ayres, Coleta Buono, and Mike White. Dan steps to re-establish the school. th~,-,a n,=,,, n~nnl~, h~ ~, group like to make a tour of our fu '.ons~ructlon Company, Ann Wahl, and Richard Wahl to' Yates was unable to attend. Mr Byrnes said the feasibility ...... s. ..... - , ....... r~--r ..... v.. tOs bebe llneral| home facihties?' We believe your" Ix'wisburg, correction James Rose and Blanche Rose, 3.47 Mr Cowan presented plans for study is crucial to deciding if the conwncea. . umy~ ....... n turner - |members would benefit' through the acres, Williamsburg Dist., $14,OOO the feasibility study, including re-activation of GMS is advis- come aware oiwnat tins material ~Million and Nina P. William F. Patton, Acting State |discussions with us and each other, ) Ellen P. Broudy, lot, Director of the Farmers tiome Ad- research from existing militaryable. "We want to be sure we can do for them will we be able |Many people have no knowledge of burg $39 0OO ministration, for the State of West schools in Virginia specifically have all the facts before we make to do a good job of selling it." |funeral costs or procedures prior to |the time of need, so an education tour bert' Redden and LetsVirginia, Trustee, to Jack L. Hcwitt and other military schools that decision, he said. "Even if , , lean be quite helpful to them. den to CrisAllcn Red-m~dRichardE. Ford Jr., lot, Lcwis-throughout the United States.someone gave us $30 milllon to- ~'~fi~ ~(~ d~ I lsq. ft., Town of Rupcrt, burg Dist., $19, 101 llomer I-I. Vaughn and Ann S. All action plan will include cur- day to start the school back up, .~'/.. ~ Do you, for instance, know about fu- Xie Jackson to Roger Vaughn to Margaret S. Kincaid, riculum recommendations, po- we must take the businesslike _.._.______ ~ |neral costs and procedures. Are you kson, 2.272 acres, Wil- tracts, Bluc Sulphur Dist., $65,000 tential sites, start-up and oper- approach of asking, 'Will this fa "7 (70A |aware of the more-than-85 specific [at., wife to husband William E. Crowe and Mary Alice sting costs, suggested tuition work?'" Oq/-.J~ ~--r [[details to which we automatically at- A, ustin. Alex Lawrence, Crowe to Margaret Catherine Wil- ~ ..... |tend? Have you wondered about the and fees, financing alternatives, "When I was a student at | ~ | I |formal education and training which a ameI'lanshaw'of SunriseS partnershiPProper_ rcctiveliams' decdlt' Meadow Bluff Dist., cor- and a recommended enrollment GMS, I was always dying to get I ~,~.-] [ |licensed funeral director must have9 I ~ I .,~ I |Are you aware of the many informa- A. llinkle and ManlynE. Grayson Knapp and Veils Lillyto "break-even" on expenses, out of here," he added. "I never I ~~~ ] |tive books available now on "death- ,t, Lewisburg Municipal- andMCMiIIinMargaretKnaPPE. Jack,re CharleSlots, TownC" JaCket The alumni also approved the thought I'd be drawn back here [" ~~~ l-and lek to Drcma G. Taylor Alderson, $38,000 appropriation of $5,000 to Jack so strongly. A lot of things were dying" i,~.5~ylor, lot, Town of Alma R. Kirby to James C. Dun- Byrd of the Center for Entrepre-given to us at GMS that gave Us I ~' [ I |A tour might satisfy your curiosity bar and Imogene C. Dunbar, tract, neurlal Studies and Develop- a spirit of accomplishment. This | I [I | |about these questions, and others, 33.901 acres, Irish Corner Dist., merit in Morgantown to devise a school laid some valuable foun- | ~ | I~lD.-,,..~ ......II...,,..,,~.| |you'll see how we meet the needs of ), Bennett and Judith$35,500 to Randy S Shoemaker Peter J. O'Brien and Josephine F. business plan for the proposed datlon for my character. That's I ~I~ I I ~t~t yuul Ul=I~t I |individuaI families with the profes- lURer 72 acre MeadowO'Brien to Robert M. Sears and Ber- school. Mr Byrd will begin on the the type of thing we're wanting I S [ with the. h..f" I |sional expertise our community has S,500' " ' nice F. Sears, lot, Lewlsburg Dist., plan after reviewing the feasibil- to bring back." ..... .... II W. McClung, Executor$75,000 Lll of R. S. McClung, to Toreccie Gilmore to Diana L. ity plan submitted by the Unl- Greenbrier Military School | | ||if you or your group would be inter- ~en McClung, 19,798 llollinghead and W. Keith versltyofVirginiastudents, was established in 1812. It i gl flwAk9 IIested in a tOur" please call for details Uckle to Louise S. Ar- quitclaimlIllinghead'lt'TwnfQuinwd' A steerinK committee has con- closed, after160 years, in1972. I~] r~ ]I LONGANACRE o to O,ana, l ............ : i "'"'II IIollinghead and W. Keith If yOU like The Mountain Messenger office ( / 77; 3;on, lL ' McLauehlin to Dale L. Hollinghead, lot, Town of Quinwood, FUNERAL HOME PleasethanKur advertisers i I I Fort Spring. WV ,, $60,000 Brenda Kay Adkins Hart, Robert .dfeOWnIstoolGray, .339 acre, Blue Dist., children to parent|' ColemanMelvin Loudcrmilk, parents oft East It. to and Sarah child Gray Norms Sylvia Rainelle Rook-and M.E.' Jackson Alma Adkins, Bostic, Hart, $6,500 Bell, June tract, Randall and Kathy Adkins, Kimberly Adkins Anthony Lynn Lee lot, and Jane Adkins, Bostic, Meadow Creek Underwood Adkins Arnold Twila Dist., Bluff to iiiill : SUBSCRIPTION In State $14 RATES: 84 ' i I ~yISlB~I,~B~ l, gmm~ >amm