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The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, October 25, 1990 3A Deeds to Mildred 1.. Carte, l~lincltc, parent to child [nia llousing l)cvclop- to tla~'Cy M. Cudd and lot. l,,cwisburg Mu- 16,200 Morgan and Lelia 0Joyce M. Morgan, tract, :Dist., parent to child Elain Stearns and Al- to Robert P. Troiano q. ft., Aldcrson Munici- CatToll Soans and to Johnny E. Plas- Williamsburg Dist., i.inton and Ray C. E. Plaster, 2 acres, r, Dist., $2,100 Fawcett and I lelen M. d0hnnic E. Plaster, lots, g I)ist., $4,000 Cary and Diane Town of White Sulphur between spouses Perkins to Stewart D. Brenda II. Beard, .32 Municipality, Johnson and Bernie T. Donald W. Brown and Brown, 1.1 acre, Fort 000 Robertson, Trustee, to blerndon and hnogene P. Meadow Bluff Dist., Sarver and Cathy Edward A. Ilcdriek, ft., Irish Corner Dist., Kelley mad Violet J. E. Kelley and Vio- 1.57 acres, Meadow Detch and Andrew Renters Detch, Trus- Sulphur Dist., wife to wife Hicks Jr. to Gary E. Donna Meadows, 1/6 v Bluff Dist., $5,000 Lemons and Karcn B. Aaron Don Lewis and .4989 acre, Blue :, quitclaim deed Lewis and Sandra K. McGuire and Vivitm acres, Blue Sulphur Christian and Linda B. Women, lot, Fort $21,500 and Gloria J. l~nzy Flcshman h F]eshman, tract, $15,000 Savings Bank to and Nina McMillion, It., Town of Fairlca, Hammond and Robley V. Cook and ~k, lots, White Sulphur Pality, $145,000 Scott and Anna A. D. tluffman and .517 acre, Ije- $125,000 ~, Inc., to John W. Alma L. Bryant, .918 'Creek Dist., $4,900 to Lorena J. Martin s, Meadow Bluff Dist., Powers, Trustee, to in his omcial ca- of Veterans Af- of the United States Meadow Bluff Dist., Sr. and Margle Dosier and Rich- acre, Blue Sulphur to child Phillips and to duanita W. Allen, Dist., parent to 2 Allen and Lewis H. Al- l W. Allen and Oeorgie tracts, Fort Spring between child and 'en w ooff tfferv E. Washington St. WV 645-6405 Hours: 10-5 ART. PRINTS p~trcllt Joc E. Fitzwatcr to Masie Chalk, lois, Town of Rupert, $2,500 Joe E. Fitzwater to ltobcrt M. ]hill and l)clphia L. I Iall, lots, Town of Itupert, $2,500 Virgil Dunn Jr. and Hrownic F. l)unn to I)anicl 1,. Baker and Terry F. Baker, one acre, lx'wisburg Dist., $10,000 I;tiehard J. Clay and Mary M. Clay to Mm-tha Clay Pcttit, tracts, Blue Sulphur Dist., $70,000 Nancy Meads Spears, l)orsey Robert Spears II, Patri('ia J. Meads, Sam L. Meads Sr., Ava E. Wciklc, and Sam L. Meads Jr. to I.arry F. Klcine and Marie 1 levncr Kleinc, .645 acre, Alderson Municipality, $48,200 I~y F. Boggs and Alma Boggs to Rodger Boggs and Shirley J. Boggs, 7,003 sq. ft., Frankford Dist., $1,100 Judith Bennett Double, Executrix of the Estate of Robert J. Bennett, to Ila Jean Deem, .424 acre, I~wisburg Dist., $62,500 Walter B. "Zemph" Sapanski to Tamison IAmber and James A. It.am- soy, parcel, Williamsburg Dist., $12,000 Thonlas M. McKinney and Betty L. McKinney to David Lee Rogers and Judith Anette Rogers, one acre, Fort Spring Dist., $6,000 Dwight D. Ilanshcw Sr., Dottle R. lhmshcw, and Frances L. llanshcw to Jack D. Thompson and IAllian F. Thompson, 1.241 acres, White Sulphur Dist., $50,000 Douglas Gunnoe and Vc]ma L. Gunnoe to Glen llunter and Dorothy Ilunter, tracts, Meadow Bluff Dist., Sl 7,500 J. Kay I)awkins to John IL Dawk- ins, parcels, Anthony Dist., $10,000 Marlene Anderson, Administratrix of the Estate of Melvin L. Anderson; and Marlene Anderson to J. Kay Dawkins, 75 acres, Anthony Creek Dist., quitclaim deed Mildred L. Carte to Mona Fain, lot, Town of Rainelle, child to parent New Suits Fried Mark Alan ftoke vs. Lisa Ann t Ioke Roger L. Bragg vs. Terry Rich and Carmen Rich & Terry Rich and Carmen Rich vs. Roger L. Bragg Greenbrier Valley National Bank, a National Banking Association vs. Stephen A. Brown and Knight Inter- national, Inc. Michael D. Russell vs. tlarry A. Muck Monogram Bank USA Corporation vs. Lana A. Taylor Joan Elizabeth Snedegar vs. Bobby Gene Snedegar Theresa Callison and David Calli- son, her husband vs. Center Chev- rolet, a West Virginia corporation, and the First State Bank and Trust, a Corporation John Keith Coffman, Sr. vs. Donna line Goodwin Coffman Samuel Sherman Gibson vs. Eric I Iodgcs, doing business ~ Hedges Feed & Fm-m Supply Paul Martin Blankenship vs. Kim- bcrly Lynn Sears Blankenship Mary Gray Chappell vs. Scott Sainucl Miller Patsy O. Blake vs. Roger P. Blake, Jr Charles S. Meadows vs. Claudia Ann Martin and IAlrry R. Martin, her husband Terry A. Fleshman vs. Arlen L. Bryant, d/b/a Bryant Builders Lewis II. Miller vs. Bridget K. A[cshire and Allstate Insurance Company First National Bank of Clifton Forge, a Virginia Corporation vs. Vir- ginia Arbaugh Ford Motor Credit Company vs. Gall Goodale Patrieia I)ianc Picrey I)attcrson vs. Ahm Dale Patterson Faith Rcne Richards Lane vs. Doyle Gwinn l~me Kimberly Tucbert O'Bricn vs. Charles It. O'Brien Charles Lcstcr Clay vs. Lcadeana Kay Calcs Clay Rainelle Furniture Store Renovated By Jonathan Wright Fewer than six months after a fire which severely damaged its facilities and destroyed all mer- chandise, Heillg-Meyers Furni- ture Company of Rainelle is pre- paring to move back into its 105 Main Street Building following renovations. After the May 18 fire, the store temporarily moved to a smaller building at 8 Main Street. Business resumed one week following the fire. "Our customers have been very understanding," manager Paul James said. *We haven't been able to show as much mer- chandise as we wanted, and they've been anxious about our getting back in this building. Our employees have done a good job in 'maklng-do" in our tempo- rary facilities." 3"he newly remodeled store.. contains 11,500 square feet. The temporary facility contains 4,000 square feet. Renovations Include new wir- ing, central heating and air con- ditioning, carpeting, safety win- dows, and will feature an en- larged electronics department. Personnel will soon begin mov- ing merchandise back into the building and hope to resume business there by November 12. A grand opening is slated No- vember 16 and 17. Mr James took over the {~nanager's position at the Rainelle store shortly ,after the fire, moving from Oak Hill. "We have a commitment In Rainelle. The good business climate here makes that commitment pos- sible. We're hoping for a steady increase as we move back into our improved facilities." Vote For f& STATE SENATE (Clay, Fayette, Greenbrier, Nicholas) .... < i i:/ : Dedicated to integrity and tough enough to stand up for the people! I pledge to be available and responsive to your needs. I am committed to ethical government; to lower taxes; to cutting waste out of government; to no out-of-state garbage or medical waste; to jobs created through environmentally sound eco- nomic development that includes both industry and tourism; to adequate and accessible health care for all individuals; to the best in educational opportunity; and to a clean, healthy and safe environment. A vote for me is a vote for you [! ~rZ' /'~/ Pol. Adv. Paid for by'Sampson Fo~ Stale Senate Comm. Treasure Elizabeth Sa~on State Carpet Now A 'Magic Carpet' Dan Withrow, new owner of Mountain State Carpet on U. S. 60 west of Lewisburg, examines merchandise Information at one of his store's display areas. The business is now a franchise of Magic Carpet, a 30- store network based in Roanoke, Virginia, serving North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia. New items now offered by the local store include selections of artificial plants and flowers, art ~rints, and Crawford's furniture collections. Mr Withrow has doubled is carpet and vinyl display area and has re-decorated the store. Rug binding, mini-blinds, and free advisory service are also offered by the staff. "This is an interesting business, Mr Withrow said. "No two days are the same. I enjoy meeting people and dealing with the chal- lenge of suiting every customer's needs." I WHAT IS INVOLVED IN There are generally four funeral ex- penses which can be incurred: 1) pro- fessional services of a funeral director and his funeral home, including facili- ties, staff4ime, equipment and casket; 2) the cemetary plot and opening of the grave; 3) monument or grave marker; and 4) miscellaneous ex- pense such as flowers, obituaries and extra limousines. Some of these expenditures are op- tional. Most of them have a fairly wide range of costs, depending on the fam- ily's wishes You will not find any un- due influence exerted for exorbitant funeral costs by funeral directors in this area. We - and most funeral di- rectors we know - prefer that the fu- neral expenses be appropriate for each family served. We spend much time with each family to make sure that all arrangements and decisions will best serve their own interests. We'd be glad to discuss this in corn- plete detail, showing you the ranges in pricing available to you. LONGANACRE FUNERAL HOME Fort Spring, WV 647-4025 Th ursday Nights "All you can eat Steamed Shrimp $12.95 Friday & Saturday "All you can eat" Alaskan Snow Crab Legs $12.95 Dinners served from 4 p.m. until closing Includes vegtable, tossed salad, roll & butter. Sunday "All you can eat" Buffet 11:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. A luncheon buffer ol 3 meats, 3 vegetables, salad bar, dessert, beverage tor $6.95 Specializing in fine steaks & seafood. 645-2759 1-64 Exit 166 Alta South on Route 12 SAFETY TIPS 1. Never Trick-or-Treat alone. Go with a friend or in a group, and bring along an adult. 2. Never wear masks that block your view. Decorate your costume with reflective tape. 3. Never talk to strangers. Tell your parents about any- one who is bothering youl 4. Wait until you get home before eating your treats, Throw out unwrapped candy. e Unaed Nauon$ Children's Fund 1[:~ ~E4 ~York.~Y 10016 ! your :ric e Make your last stop on Halloween night at Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley. Bring your treat bag to the Radiology Department between 7 and 9pm on Trick or Treat night and we'll X-ray your treats. ,enbrier Davis Stuart Rd., Fairlea, WV 647-4411 Please remember that X-ray can only detect fiweign objects in the treats. Poisons and other chemicals cannot be detected by X-ray. Parents should check all candy for signs of' tampering. HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL at the ONCEVERTE AR ORTUNE LLER ES J HAYR ,lAY ES 'S HE SE F 0 R 0 O N G 0 L II Sponsored by the Ronceverte Merch.ant,s Association A .^ ,*./,,,/M A ^/'-Acx , q " v ", ",/ V' w \ 1%, Alderson WV. Monday October 29th 8:00 p.m. Monday November 5th 8:00 p.m. - Pregnancy Tested For More Information Call Alderson Livestock Mkt...445-2945 C.D. Cole ....................... 884-8886 John Spiker .................... 884-7915 !