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etired Federal Employees from Alderson Librarian reenbrier Valley Chapter able programs and help from the ,l~atlonal Association of Re- library. The library recently l~efleral met moved to location Vlr- Employees a new on 25, at the City Hall in ginia Street and has more space, with thirteen members guest present. was opened with John McMillion, and the Pledge of Alle- the Flag. The business iWas conducted by Presi- K. Hlnkley. When Report was given, Was expressed for three in Alderson and for kapter continues to plans for the cele- commemorate the of the Green- Chapter. This occa- November 16, 2 Alderson Town Hall. The members will be Auvll, Alderson librar- presentation of avail- better lighting, and programs for all ages. There are films and vid- eos, a "talking books" service, large-print books, weekly story hours, a reading program, and photocopy and facsimile ma- chines. State President Charles Frid- inger of Martinsburg was slated to visit the local chapter of its October meeting. Members and visitors present were Phyllis Auvll, Geraldine Wetzel, Marguerite Givins, Jack Burkey, Betty Jo Johnson, Wanda K. HInkley, Charlsie Mar- tin, Bonnie Kirby, Ruby Surber, Florence Kershner, Mary Holder, John McMillion, Mike McHale, and Wllma J. Grevllllus. Following the meeting, some of the members went to the Btg Wheel for refreshments. Blue's Closet' Makes 1 Use of Small Space • come In small packages, area shoppers may want to Lewisburg's newest and smallest shops--Llnda Blue's to Ravenwood Gallery at 106 East Washington Street. October 12, the shop features exclusive one-of-a-kind apparel, plus handbags, accessories, gift Items and ner ties. Llnda "Blue" Burnette is the owner of the You Get Whal You Paint For The Peace of Mind People for 21 years Bose Sound Systems 24 Hr. Monitoring Fire Alarm Systems r Burglar Alarm Systems (Residential & Commercial) more informationcall: Paul Lovett ' 772-5472 1-800-826-2707 e CALL FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY! 304-647-4500 PHOTOGRAPHY DATES Monday, November 18, 1991 Tuesday, November 19, 1991 Appointments must be made before November 1 l, 1991 made arrangements with Continental Family Portraits to a beatttiful 10 x 13 color portrait of your family. You will also an attractive solid wood frame to display your family portrait. no charge to you for either the portrait or the frame. Portraits will be made at our bank by appointment. Call the above and make your family's appointment today CHILDREN MUST BE PHOTOGRAPHED WITH PARENT OR GUARDIAN ONE PORTRAIT PER FAMILY PLEASE THE F NATIONAL BANK Main Office: One Cedar Street, Ronceverte 647-45(X1 Lewisburg Office: 536 North Jefferson {219 North), Lewisburg (~1.7-8081 Member FDIC WSS's Ward Motor Corporation Takes Over C. W. Lewis Building Built In 1958, the old C. W. Lewis building on Maln Street In White Sulphur Sprlngs sports a new look, a new name, and a new owner. Opened July 24 by Wllllams S. Ward, the new Ward Motor Corporation employs 27 people at the Maln Street showroom and the servlce department/body shop further up Maln Street. The buslness features new and used cars and trucks, plus auto leaslng. Alderson Bridge, W.yndridge Farm Nominated to Natlonal Register The commission of the West structures. The 1773 log Blan- Virginia Department of History and Culture met in Charleston October 4 and nominated to the national Register of Historic Places the Wyndrldge Farm Complex near Union and the Alderson Memorial Bridge in Alderson. The Alderson Memorial Bridge, built in 1914 through monies allocated by the county courts of both Greenbrier and Monroe counties, is the longest earth-filled reinforced concrete bridge in West Virginia, accord- ing to Monroe County historian Ran Ripley. It was designed and engineered by the famed West Virginia bridge builder Frank Duff McEnteer. It is considered significant both for Its beauty of design and as an early transpor- tation llnk between Monroe and Greenbrier Counties, Dr. Ripley said. The Wyndridge Farm Com- plex, 1-1/2 miles east of Union on Route 3, was nominated for its late 19th-century vernacular architectural design and its as- sociation with the early settle- ment of Monroe County. William Gaston Caperton Jr. built Wyn- drldge House in 1872. It con- tains two early two-story log ton House stands alongside the main house. Other" early log structures are flearby. The pioneer Blanton, Alexan- der, and Caperton families were instrumental in the development of Wyndridge. Many residents of the Union area remember Wyn- drldge as the home of Miss Rose Caperton. It is now owned by Judge James Sprouse. Sponsors of the Alderson Memorial Bridge nomination are the trustees of the Alderson Memorial Bridge Trust Fund and the Greenbrier Valley 1Jatlonal Bank in Alderson. Sponsor of the Wyndridge Farm nomination is the Monroe County Historical Society. Nomination forms for Wyndridge were prepared by Dr. Ripley and Virginia Campbell. Attending the meeting in Charleston in support of the nominations were Alice Todd Alderson and Mr. and Mrs. Le- onard Osborne of Alderson; and June Sprouse and Ronald Rlpley of Union Larry Dellard Wallcovering & Decorative Painting P.o. Box427--- Union, 24983 FauxFinishes * Custorn Finish Work (304) 772.5318 Courteous Dependablt. Service Since 1976 WVLice~e # 00z233 offering Full Service: * Engine Repair And Tune-Up * Muffler With Lifetime Warranty * A Dynometer To Test Your Speedometer * Computer Analizer To Test Your Engine * We Have Used Parts In Our Salvage Lot • Wrecker Service * Inspection Station No. 4481 I Trade With The Dealer That Can Take Care Of Your Automotive Needs 1989 PLYMOUTH RELIANT auto., Power steering, brakes, air, AM/FM 1989 NISSAN automatic, Black 1987 FORD EXP 5 speed, air 1987 CHEVROLET CAVALIER automatic, air 1987 HYUNDAI 4 speed, air, sharp 1987 FORD MUSTANG automatic, 4 cyl., with FI 1987 FORD TEMPO 5 speed, air, sunroof, sporty 1986 FORD ESCORT SW automatic, air 1985 OLDS CUTLASS 6 cyl., air., automatic 1985 ESCORT automatic, air cond., sharp 1984 FORD TEMPO automatic, air cond. 1984 CHEVROLET CAVALIER automatic, sunroof, air 1980 FORD PINTO WAGON 4 speed 1977 LINCOLN loaded, sharp 1988 FORD RANGER 4 speed, WO, clean 1986 DODGE D-50 RAM one owner 1987 CHEV. S-10 4 cyl. 1987 CHEV. S-10 CLUB CAB V6, 5 spd., 4x4 A Large Selection Of Used Cars And Trucks The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 31, 1991 7A Lewisburg Recycling The City of Lewlsburg will make its monthly pick-up of re- cyclable materials the week of November 4-8. Customers are asked to place their recyclable materials beside their regular trash on their usual trash collec- tion days. Ronceverte Leaf Pick-Up The City of Ronceverte will plck up bagged leaves the week of November 3. The bags must be set at the curb. Interested residents are asked to call City Hall at 647-5455 to have their names put on a list. Beside Gold-N-Silver Shop Corner of Baker St. & 219, Falrlea, WV Now Open 7 Days A Week 8 AM-9PM Sunday 12-6 Video Games Drop Off Laundry Service Available II $ SS2505 VCR SS2015W * Remote Control • On-Screen Display • 155 Channels • 157 Channels • Auto Color control 00 • Energy-Saver Switch • Ice Maker Ready • Front Leveling Legs • lO-Yr Limited • Defrost Drain NOW *289 ~" ONLY GIBSON 30" ELECTRIC RANGE. BUY NOW AND SAVE! • Clock with 4-Hr. Timer • Lift & Lock Top " 2-8" & 2-6" Plug-In Heating Elements • Dual Oven Controls • Oven Light * Black Glass. Lift-Off Window Door • Storage Drawer • 5-Year Limited Warranty* CEC4M4WX ONLY "See printed warranty tar details. including exceptions. ! I ! I ~ • Regular. Porto Press KNdS/Oehc a~es Wa~"~ DE/DG 27T3WX HEAVY DUTY LAUNDRY PAIR • Au~o D~ & hr~e:] Dry Cycles SAVE "See pnnled walran~ tot ~etQiIs Ir~C}udlng e~cephons • H 422 W. Edgar Ave., Ronceverte, WV 647-5353 "Proudly Serving The Area since 1904"