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Word Play The Carnegie Column . silently.. the ~. Ooooo-o-o-o-o-o- . the wind begins to ~-e-e-a-a-a-k-k- . . and you to find an appro- to wear to the and balletl aren't required, of many will be in ap- macabre dress for festivities. The lises to be a very so come -- join Theatre Pennsyl- its original ballet at Carnegie evening, October For tickets, call 645-7917. holidays will us. This year -- rush begins, of spending more I you want to -- con- in an inexpensive so that you to make beautiful, entirely personal and friends. We great workshops and time to sign upl garden filled with was a sign of culture 19th-century America. grew vegetables other useful plants. V wanted flowers as well. a worker might earn a single rose plant could hollyhocks were 25 became less expensive the 1850s. The mail-order seeds Middle-class earing for ornamental plants. Books claiming gardening other virtues Gardening clothes and women wore and special shoes. believed plants gases and should in the house. Small terrariums and plant Uato fashion. The well- had a variety of where they Many varieties of hanging baskets, stands were now collectible. a show recently, I for Goebel on the base "Hahn," "Kru," lntormation prepared by Carnegie Hall Staff and presented as a public service by the Mountain Messenger, your community newspaper Learn to make fabric frames Sat- urday, October 27 from 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., make advent or candleholder wreaths Tuesday evening. November 13 from 6:30 until 8:30; or learn a number of different things at the natural holiday workshop, "lhaesday, De- cember 11 from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. Call the office at 645-7917 for information. There are still a few days left [z[ to visit the Second Annual Heri- tage of Art Show now hanging in the Old Stone Room at Carnegie Hall. This is a juried exhibition which includes fine examples of oils, watercolors, photographs and pastels by artists from our region. The show is open from 9 a.m., until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from I until 5 p.m. on weekends. There is no admission charge. "rickets are nowavailable for the Charlie McCoy benefit con- cert to be held at Carnegie Sat- urday, November 17. Don't miss this chance to hear one of America's great musicians, with his band and lead vocalist, Laney Hicks. "Kt," "Na," "Rock" or "Schau." What do these letters mean? Do they add value? A. Goebel Company has made many figurines based on the designs of Berta Hummel, but they also make many other types of figurines and gift wares. The Goebel name and other identifying letters and numbers are used on the bases of these pieces. Some pieces are based on designs by freelance artists. The letters you mention are the code marks for these designers. For example, "Dis" is used on the Walt Disney characters, "Rock" is for Norman Rockwell. "Hahn" is the name of an artist. The names do not add value. They are on each figurine in the set. TIP: Wooden items should be kept off the sunny window sill. Direct sunlight will harm wood finishes. Order "Kovels' Antiques and Col- lectibles Price List." Your antiques are worth money. Learn the up-do- date prices for over 500 categories of antiques and collectibles. There are hundreds of factory histories, illustrations and tips for care of your collection. Send $10.95 plus $1.90 postage to Price Book, Box 22900, Beachwood, Ohio 44122. Susan Caldwell Bossert tripe t diner dress tress LEAVES ! By Pat Gutlu'ie Nurse Bossert Sent To Arabia DISPIRITEDNESS -- the quality or state of being dispirited. From the above word, find at least 20 five-or-more-letter words within a three-minute time frame: POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS spirit priss spirited tense dispirited dense sprite rinse tired print snide priest pride preen treed steed Susan Caldwell Bossert has received notification that she successfully completed the Na- tional IAcensure exmnination for registered nurses. She is a May graduate of tile Shepherd College School of Nursing. Ms Bossert is currently working at the Veter- ans Affairs Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, a 750-bed acute care hospital. Ms Bossert is tile daughlcr of Jane and Bob Caldwell of Lewis- burg. She is a Sergeant with the 137th Tactical Airlift Group Aer- omedical Evacuation Flight as a medical systems specialist. She will be promoted to 2nd IA. Com- missioned Officer as a result of her registered nurse slatus. Ms Bossert was put into ac- live duty with tile Air National Guard and is set~,ing in Saudi Arabia. I walked a happy mile today, The leaves came down and tried to play, They tumbled down upon the street, And whirled about my head and feet, They threw their colors in my face, And whipped around from place to place Aroma filled the crispy air, And brought back memories so fair, Of other clear and crispy days When leaves had come to romp and play. ] I thanked my Father up above ] For sending me this gift of love. ] I felt so good. I felt so free. ]'Cause God sent leaves to play [ with me. PEOPLE J The cheapest widely distributed classifieds ._ in town: ountain essenger CALL TODAY! 647-5724 a word a word when accompanied if billed. by payment. ($2.25 MINIMUM) ($3.00 MINIMUM) Just write your ad to buy, sell or trade below and return it to our office at 122 North Court Street, Lewisburg, WM 24901. For an errc~r-free ad, Please type or print p=ainly. 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She is board eligible by the American Board of Family Practice. Dr. Hyndman is an avid camper and professional river guide. To make an appointment, call: 645-6240 207 West Washington Street Lewisburg, WV Humana Hospital. Greenbrier Valley would like to introduce someone special. Dr. Alan Lee has recently joined the medical staff of Humana Hospital - Green- brier Valley. He is a Gen- eral Surgeon in private prac- tice with Greenbrier Physi- cians, Inc., in Ronceverte. Dr. Lee is a native of Long Beach, CA, and is a gradu- ate of the Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine in Miami, FL. He completed his residency at the Detroit Osteopathic/Bi- County Community Hospi- tal and was chief resident there in 1989-90. Dr. Lee enjoys climbing, snowskiing and hiking which made the Greenbrier Valley very attractive to him. 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