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This Week In History Dinner Memorial Methodist Church of Smoot will have a School Cafeteria, Saturday, November 3 starting and serving until 7 p.m. The menu features spaghetti, homemade bread and dessert. There will also be of homemade bread for sale. Adults, $4 and $2 for chil- Under 12. All proceeds will be used for completion of the Hall. Plek-up Notlee of Lewisburg will make their monthly pick-up of recy- :materials the week of November 5-9. Place your recyclable your regular trash on your usual trash collection i in Vago November 4-10 at 7 p.m. Speakers: Charles Hamilton, Garland Groves -- Monday, Jim Anderson -- Tuesday, Rickman ~ Wednesday, Gary Baker -- Thursday. Every- Spaghetti Dinner " Greenbrler East-Brldgeport Game. Friday, November 2, Greenbrier East Cafeteria. All tickets $3. See any Cheerleaders, Spartan Spirit or Spartan Athletic tickets. All support appreciated! L~S rEJ~l RESEI[I another great movie in Lewisburg ! I,'{)1~t kl 1)1 NIR) It\~ I I( ~ II \ JOE PESCI Martin Scorsese's Best Film Yet Adqlts $200 Chi!dren S1.50 SHOWTIMES Fri & Sat / & 9:30 p,r'n, S['n Matirloo 4 pm Sun thru Thurs. 7 pm Closed Monday BALCONY WEEKEND DINNER SPECIAl Chicken Breast ttoIiono Served with Pasta, Garden S(]lad and Garlic Bread $495 Reservations Requested Balcony Open at 6:15 pm * Borromeo Catholic Church Springs. Saturday, November 3 and Wednesday, 7, 8:30 a.m. Rosary recitation after the 8 a.m. daily IGrlef group for divorce, death, loss or separation of loved Thursday, November 1 at 7 p.m. in Tuke Hall of Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. All are of Commerce Sulphur Springs, will meet Monday, November 5 in the Chambers of City Hall at 7p.m. ptist Church near Union. Revival services will begin on Sunday No- will continue through Saturday November 10. Rev- Crane from Lewisburg will be the evangelist with Starting each evening at 7 p.m. Special singing. The pub- Cost Help right around the weatherization of now. Eliminating air project which loss. that have not been especially older account for an 30 to 40 percent of This heat loss causes cool and drafty energy bills. escape through doors and windows, electrical outlets and vents in the and kitchen. However, and weatherstripping Seal these places. and weatherstrip- of the best energy- which are effective. These im- acts can enhance insulation made with a few on a Saturday af- We may be going in the wrong direction. But, we sure are making good time. a resilient or semfliq- which may be ap- Inside or outside of or other open- should be done the temperature 40 degrees, so that be applied in two building mate- a home'S exterior, the siding meets frames, plumb- lines go through meets the Caulking on non- Invest- silicone or caulking corn- yearly replace- weatherstrip- rgy costs and is of metal, vinyl, or foam which fills the frames and the of windows and will last applied correctly. caulking and ng should be for deteriora- fact sheet describ- types of caulk- please ' office of of Commu- Development Charleston, or toll free 800- IN r 4 SSEN ZR. | ibEPARTMENT Bazaar Scheduled Busy getting crafts ready for the annual Ronceverte Presbyterian Church Bazaar and holiday Dinner are (left to right) Sandle Walton, Dorrls Martin, Judy Keesee, Nellie Massay, Batty Holt and Faye Baker. The Bazaar will be held November 3 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. with a traditional holiday dinner of turkey, dressing and all the trimmings from 4:30 p.m. until 7 p.m. Home delivery will be available in the Ronceverte, Fairlea and Lewisburg areas by calling 647-4400 until 5 p.m. Everyone is Invited to enjoy the fun of the Bazaar end the fellow- ship of the dinner. Adults $5; Children 6 and under, $2.50. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT MATERIAL FOR PUBLICATION: Articles submitted to The Mountain Messenger should be type- written or clearly written in order to be considered for publication. Please include your name and a telephone number where you may be reached during business hours. The Mountain Messenger reserves the right to edit any material 'and regrets articles cannot be returned. Letters to the editor must include a full signature and address. If you would like a photograph returned, please provlde a self addressed, stamped envelope. III I II I A RESTAURANT I NOW BOOKING PARTIES FOR THE HOLIDAYS 536-2202 ..... vote on N Support J.D. Brackenrich for State Senator (Paid For By Friends of J.D. Brackenrich) FINE JEWELRY WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS INIA 24980 (304).536-3491 Visa MasterCard Discover The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, November 1, 1990 3A On November 3, 1783, George Washington ordered the army to disband ... November 4, 1825, the first boat through the Erie Canal arrived in New York City ... Novem- ber 2-4, 1835, Texas proclaimed the right to secede from Mexico, and Sam Houston was put in command of the Texas army ... November 1, 1838, the Seminole Indians, led by Osceola, began attacks protesting forced removal ... November 4, 1841, the first emigrant wagon train to leave for California from Indepen- dence, Mo., reached its destination ... November 3, 1903, Panama dec- lared its independence from C91om- bia with U.S. support ... October 29, 1929, the stock market crashed, marking the end of postwar pros, perity as stock prices plummeted and the worse American depression began ... November 1, 1929, Albert B. Fall, former Secretary of the Interior, convicted of accepting a bribe of $100,000 in the leasing of the Elk Hills (Teapot Dome) naval oil reserve, was sentenced to a $100,000 fine and a year in prison .., November 1, 1950, two members of a Puerto Rican nationalist move- ment tried to kill President Truman ... November 1, 1952, the first hydrogen device explosion took place at Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific ... November 2, 1962, Presi- dent Kennedy announced that Soviet missile bases in Cuba were being dismantled ... November 2, 1963, South Vietnam President Ngo Dinh Diem was assassinated ... Novem- ber 3, 1979, some 90 people, including 63 Americans, were taken hostage at the American embassy in Teheran, Iran, by militant student followers of Ayatollah Khomeini who demanded the return of former Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, who was undergoing medical treatment in New York City. '! [Y~ ] John D. "~1 I1~ J Longanacre /I 1l~210wner...Dlrector J| II Longanacre II WE PERFORM AT LEAST 85 SERVICES FOR A FUNERAL! We handle a myriad of details for each funeral to meet the special wishes and needs of the family. As funeral directo.rs, we often help out for several months after the funeral to make sure all details are completed. It is important for funeral directors to consult at length with the family on lit- erally dozens of details. Here are just a few of them: FUNERAL: Setting its time and who is to officiate; choice of casket and clothing, music, Scrip- tures, etc. CEMETARY: Purchase of lot or opening of family plot; getting permits. NOTICES: Arranging death certificates, obituaries, notifying frater- nal (or other) groups, distant relatives. FUNERAL DAY: Organizing service details, helping conduct service, pro- viding family cars and organizing pro- cession. CLAIMS: Helping family file for Social Security, military, union or iosurance benefits. Any of the 85 service details can cause grief when not handled right. we have to give EVERY funeral 110% of our time and attention to perform a service which comforts and fulfills the family's needs. LONGANACRE FUNERAL HOME Fort Spring, WV 647-4025 DO YOU SUPPORT OR USE If not, they are available to you without eligibility restrictions or discrimination. Medical/Nursing Services have been free of charge and available to anyone but cannot continue to be free unless locally funded. If so, please support the Health Department levy increase to ensure continuance of these services. Public Health is'a service to and right of all citizens. PUBLIC HEALTH ADVOCATES FOR YOU! PLEASE SUPPORT PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS BY VOTING FOR HEALTH DEPARTMENT LEVY! Pol. Ad Pd. for by Health Dept. Anniversary SAVINGS OF 20 - 50% ON QUALITY NAME BRAND CLOTHING & SHOES! LADLES NATURALIZER SHOES One group LADLES DEXTER SHOES Complete stock on SALE LADIES WINTER COATS Complete stock on SALE Reg. $44.95 SALE $35.97 Reg. $49.95 SALE $39.97 Reg. $100 SALE $74.97 Reg. $170 SALE $126.97 LADLES TAPESTRY HAND BAGS Genuine leather trim Reg. $40.00 SALE $19.97 MENS DRESS SLACKS by Hubbard - alterations extra MENS DRESS CAPS by Adams & London Fog MENS WESTERN BOOTS by Acme MENS DEXTER SHOES Complete stock reduced Reg. $32 SALE $23.97 Reg. $45 SALE $33.77 Reg. $12 SALE $5.97 Reg. $16 SALE $7.97 Reg. $84.95 SALE $67.97 Reg. $99.95 SALE $79.97 Reg. $52.95 SALE $42.97 Reg, $62.95 SALE $49.97 Lewisburg, ~ 24901 Phone: 645.1944 Alwoys 0ua[ttu Name Brand Merchandis~ At Reasonable Prices Reg. $42.95 SALE $31.97 Reg. $46.95 SALE $34.97