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October 18, 1990

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like the Mountain Messenger The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, October 18, 1990 3A 2 thank our advertisers @ Reunion Peter and Virgie McCallister, October 24, y Building, buffet supper Jhrnished by David Halstead, about 6 p.m. Take old photographs for Club Dinner of Venison or Ham, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Cole Slaw, Biscuits, Dessert, Beverage. Sunday, Noon until 2:30 p.m., Rupert Community Budding. Children under 12 years, $2.50. Give Yourself a Break United Methodist Church October 19, 20 and 21, Friars Hill, Reverend will be guest evangelist. Reverend Hertzel Mills, pas- invite you to attend. Library Friends , sale at the Greenbrkr Valley Mall, October 19from 9p.m. and October 20from 10 a.m. fill 3 p.m. Pence Springs Hotel, date changed from Friday 9 to Friday October 26 at 7p.m. Kennel Club) and Bench St~w Saturday October 20 near Crows, istration for Bench Show by 5 p.m. Registration for 7:30 p.m. Route 311 at Alleghany. Signs will be reformation call 703-559-2682. Alleghany Highland 1 Association of Retired Federal Employees Valley Chapter #994, will meet October 24, City Hall, P.m. 22, noon until 6 p.m., Rupert Community Build- by Rupert Woman's Club. ~tlst Church Quartet from Belva will sing in Fairlea October and again at 2 p.m. They will be at the Open Bible Vago Road October 21 at 7 p.m. The public is invited. Advisory Council Manfroe Exceptional Children will meet October 18 I the County Public Lilbrary, Union. Meetings both the public. Friends Chapter for parents undergoing the death of a age. Third Monday of each month, Lewisburg Meih- 7p.m. Music Booster Christmas Bazaar School, November 17, from noon 'til 6 p.m. dinner will be served in conjunction with the Bazaar. Children $2. Entertainment throughout the afternoon. in table space may call 645-6653 or 645-7683. 2hurch of God, Frankford bean supper in the Clmrch Fellowship Hall, Monday The menu will feature beans, but will include meats, desserts, homemade breads, coffee, tea, but- sofldrinks. 6 p.m. Adults $4.50, Children 12 and for the Advancement of Colored People October 22, 7 p.m., at John Wesley United Foster Street, Lewisburg. A reception will be new and returning memberships received during the drive on WSLW. Methodist Church Pancake Dinner, Saturday, October 27, four miles ~tsburg. 5-8 p.m.; $3.50 for adults; $2 for children 10 Members of Calvary United Methodist Women, who event, also will have baked goods and craJ'ts for sale. Church of Auto Saturday. October 20, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Menu con- dressing, gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, ' Jello with fruit and cake. Adults $4, children under 12 will be used for a new heating system. Family members and Aide's employees watch as Becky Aide cuts the ribbon to the Fairlea store's Radio Shack October 4: Alex Aide (left, front), Matt Aide, and Katie Austin (behind ribbon), Andrea Pendlton (left, reark Sandv Aide. Cherie Austin, Gary Aide, Elizabeth Austin, Helen Aide, George Aide, and Gary Cook. Posh New Radio Shack Store Opened By Aiders in Fairlea Aide's Discount Store of Fairlea opened its newly ex- panded Radio Shack October 4 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the store. The new section is 2,500 square feet larger than the previous Radio Shack located in the southwest corner of the building. "We knew we needed to carry a larger selection of Radio Shack material as well as other key ar- eas of merchandise," Aide's vice- president Gary Aide said. "We're very pleased with this expansion project. It will allow us to offer even more of what our custom- ers want." Mr Aide credited store man- ager Jim Cruse with the idea of Processing Titles & Licenses Directly to D.M.V. Mon.-Fri. 10am - 5pm Sat. 10am - lpm Phone 645-6901 expanding into the two adjacent stores and the breezeway area of Red Oaks Shopping Center. The new section includes wider aisles, a larger selection of rental videotapes, continuously run- ning television previews of avail- able videotapes, a larger selec- tion of audio and camera equip- ment, and what Mr Aide says is "the largest Pioneer car stereo dealership in West Virginia." The store is staffed by manager Gary Cook, and assistant managers Charlene Carter and Patti Ful- cher. "We appreciate our custom- ers," Mr Aide said. "We have worked hard to make sure they are waited on and helped promptly. We feel this has made us successful throughout the years. The hard work of our em- ployees has been a key point in our growth." The Radio Shack project is the seventh expansion of the store since il began operations in its present location in 1971, Mr Aide said. Founder George Aide started in the retail busi- ness in Richwood in 1939. He moved his operations to Falrlea In 1964, first in the Gadd's IGA Building and then in facilities presently occupied by Heilig- Meyers Furniture Company. The corporation also has stores in Culpeper, Virginia; Covington, Virginia; and Rainelle. The toy department of the Fairlea business will expand into the section previously occupied by Radio Shack. The building now contains 60,000 square feet. New News PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS Now is the time to order! See our complete selection of beautiful personalized Christmas Cards. PRINCESS GIFT SHOP 111 E. Washington St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 (304) 645-2525 :t ...... II ]O"'r O"'r]l Longanacre II I lFuneral Home SEEKOUT "It is a truism in the legal profession that the vast majority of widows loose a substantial part of an uncontrolled bequest within seven years," So states Ms. Theresa Morse in her book, "Life is For the Living." She points out that a team of experts (a lawyer, accountant, and investment counselor) can provide the profes- sional advice that well-meaning friends and relatives simply cannot All of us may need some or all of that "team." Ms Morse counsels a widow especially to seek out a lawyer with whom she can communicate frankly and comfortable. He must be "right" for her, and he and the other counsel- ors "must earn her confidence and trust. Only through this trust can they help chart her short and tong-range courses of action So, too, must we earn your trust You should be comfortable discussing your funeral wishes with us As with your lawyer, we conduct our affairs on a professional level We want you to consider us as members of your "team", ready to help make pre- planned arrangements or provide in- formation in advance of need LONGANACRE FUNERAL HOME Fort Spring, WV 647-4025 .... i!i i Missionary Baptist Church 21 through October 27, 7:30 p.m., speaker, one is welcome. Theatre Party, Saturday October 27, 7-10 p.m. Gen- $5, tax-deductible donation. Activities: decorated (take your own); costume contests, etc. for all US Route 219 North, Lewisburg, Greenbrier Val- 645-3838. $65 LESS than comparable model~ i? ; ill on Laborfest 1990" United Church, Lewisburg, October 21, 3:30 viled. Reverend David Jasper, pastor. Borromeo Catholic Church 20 and Wednesday, October 24, 8:20 a.m. after the 8 a.m. daily Mass. undergoing the traumas of sorrow from divorce, or separation of any loved one will meet 7"nurs- 7 ).m. in T1tke Hall of Saint Thomas Episcopal )rings. All are welcome. Club 24th Annual Taste 'n Tell Luncheon Wednesday, at Emmanuel United Methodist Church in White Tltis year's theme is "Cuisine Franqaise." Lunch 11 a.m. to I p.m. For tickets call 536-3855. to 8 p.m. City Hall ~f the new city building Friday, October Pennsylvania 20, 8 p.m., Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg. Admis- seniors and students. Benefit reception 6 p.m. Admission: $5. Call 645-7917 to reserve tick- Visitor Center day except TUesday and Wednesday through co/ors should be at their peak during this period. are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holiness Church Sale, Saturday, october 20 beginning at 9 Hall," Hakes Mill Road, Organ Cave. Span- Women's Mblistry. For Self Help October 21, activity room, White Sulphur Care Center, 2 p.m. After the business session ~'Pecial music. All Jriends are invited. SAVE $25 Kenmore 19.8 cu. ft. side-by-side refrigerator dispenses ice $849,$1 Wh,,e P55051 (Almond $10 morel $18 MONTHLY* ONLY $3 Buy the Wish Book and get "Offer e 're# October to. Only $15 MONTHLY' for the pai Kennl@f~ extra-large washer/dryer 2-speed, 4-temperature 9-cycle washer dryer $799.99 $17 MONTHLY* . Includes telephoto lens, light, adapters, rechargeable battery and case. JW53746 LOOOOOOOOOEE I E28721 Electric E68721 (Gas dryer E78721 priced at $354.44) SAVE $26 VCR on-screen programming, 1 yr./8~event timer JW53324 $10 MONTHLY* OUR SAVINGS iVilI! SAVE $92 Kenmore self- cleaning electric range with automatic oven $399.69 JW93301 $13MONTHLY* SAVE $108 on gas model JW734011 $499.48 $t5 MONTHLY* On SearsCharge (o SearsCharge PLUS cred p an available on most purchaSes totahng $699 99 or more) There will be a hnance charge for the deferral period AchJal paymems deleted on existing account balance Shipping included to the ~tore Electric drye requires cord Apphances are white; colors extra I eros readily ava, ab e as adverhsed ADDRESS: 208 S. Court Street Lewlsburg, W.Va. 24901 HOURS: MON.-SAT. g AM - 6 PM :' : ..... PHONE: 645-3121 } L