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2A The Mountain Messenaer, Thursday, November 15, 1990 . i i Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church White Sulphur Springs. Saturday, Nov(,mber 17 arid Wednesday, Nov(.,mber 21, 8:20 a.m. Rosary r(,ciialion qfier the 8 a.m. daily Mass. "Good Grief" A support group .for dit~rce, death, loss or separation of loved oafs, will meet Thursdat], November 15 at 7 p.m. in Tuke Hall of Saint Tl~ornas Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. All are welconle. American Legion Auxiliary Midlatu~l Seneca Unit 69 of Lt wisburg wiU meet Monday November 19 at 7 p.m. at the American Lt,gion Ltall. : Square & Contra Dance 8 p.m., November 16; calh.,r Carlotta ~,llit~gam with "Caledonia," Carnegie Hall, l~wisburg. Woodland Presbyterian hutch , In Auto, will serve breakfi~st Nor~,mbtr 19-24 .fiom 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. Proceeds will go towards a new heating system. $5. but probably more than you can eat. l)ec~r huna'rs welcome. Charlie McCoy and Band Saturday, Now, tuber 17, 8 p.m. Carneqie thdl, Lewisburg. Admis- sion: $10. Call 645-7917Jor resercat io~s. River City Brass Band Sunday, November 18, 2 p.m. Carnegie Hall. Adn~ission: $8 adults; $7 seniors~students. Reseroations: call 645-7917. Frankford Presbyterian Church Will have its annual supper and bc~oar Saturday, De-'october 1 from noon to 7p.m. featuring homemade soups and grilled cheese sandwiches with dessert and drink. $3 jor adults ar~l $1.50 for children. The bazaar wiU not only co~tstst oJ Chrislmas decora- tions, but items to buy jbr Christmas presents as well. All monies will go to the Building Fund. Gospel Sing The Good Neural)ors, Bh~~ Sulphur Springs Church of God, Friday, November 16, 7 p.m.. All proceeds to Church of God Home For Children in Tennessee. Postor Frattk B. Jones and the congrega- lion invite all to atlend. Ca U 445- 7512 jor n tore ir~ornm I ion. Ronceverte River Festival Committee Will meet Thursday, Not~mber 15, 7 p.m. at the firehouse. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 69 Will tr~et at Emory Sweet M~m~orial Hall Monday November 19 at 7:30 p.m. Members are urqed to attend. Sweet Springs Baptist Church November 17, 7 p.m., Bgb Ratliff of Umon will show slides on his trip last year to Haiti. Music by "l'ht, Elmore Family and the Cokesbury Gospel Singers. A J}'eea~'ill Q1lcring will be taken to be ttsed for Mr Ratlijys trip to ftondur~s in Jarmary. American Association of University Women Lewlsburg Branch will,meet Monda~I November 19 at noon, Fort Savannah Inn. Dr James II. Cox o/(:,rc,~d~ricr Community College will be the speaker. " Greenbrier County Committee on Aging Will hold a countywide meeting Wednesdag, November 21, Rupert Com_munlty Builcling, 11:30 a.m. All seniors are invited and take a covered dish. N,A.A.C.P. Will hold its monthly nleetmg [~ovcniber 19, 7 p.m., John Wesley United Methodist Ct{urch on "[.'oslor Sireel, Dc, wisburq. The public is invited. ReJ'restm~ents will be sert~,d. Forrest Run Community Hollness Church Singing, Friday November 16, 7 p.m. Fcaatred Group will be The Elmore Family. E~,ryone is invited. Lewisburg/Fairlea Communlty. of Churches Will celebrate ~anksgivlng &,rvice November 18 at 7:30 p.m' at the First Baptist Church in Fairlea. Reverend Alvie Edwards, Pas- tor of First Baptist, will be the specdcer. The Lewisburg/Fairlea Community of Churches supports the Ix, wisburg/Fairlea Foo- dlocker In Lewisburg. Tt~,re will be an o{]~,ring taken up to help this vital ministry in our ne(qhborh~xxl. Please come out and show your support. Ronceverte-Fairlea Ministerial Association Community Thanksgiving Service, Sw~day November 18, 7 p.m., Ronceverte Baptist Church, Main at Locust. Benefit Bake Sale Friday p, rovember 16, 9 a.m, to -I p.m., Aide's Discount Store, Fairlea. All proceeds will go to Bormie Morgan -- a heart trans- plant patient. White Sulphur Main Street Clean.Up for the Holidays, Saturday, November 17, beginning at 9 a.m. If you can volunteer some lime, call the Main Street Office 536- 1007, Grace United Methodist, Fort Spring Tltrkey Dinner, Saturday Nowmd)er 17, 4 to 7 p.nL Adults $4, children 12 and under $2. Camjouf will be available. Alderson Livestock Will be closed November 23 jot" Thardcsgiving. i I i i! H i ( Starting At C~nrm to y*~ur "Srainma,q~.'r " He,idquarrets, Magic L.Lltpct Sl:ores and h~e t~:tween hundreds c,t new de~ltuwt odor~. Move tip to the t.umuine carper luxury ol "[)uPont Certified ~ramlna~tcr ( ~:~rpet." '~Stalnmaxter" (~rt'~t pn)toCt~ against nl~;/ctmlmon {~d 6 beverage ~r,uns and ~ olnes With a five ~ear watranr, l'~lrm, this saD, Mag~ ( ~arl~.'~ St~,re~ wdl otfi.~r "~t 90 days *ane as car~ hnancm~" ", a rwo year installatl~,l }maramee, and we'll inchk~" pad, taN~r and "I)uPont (~ertihcd Stamma.~wr (, ~ai pet" M, one low Sale Price," Magic (:aqx'l Sn~res is c~ a/Ipli.~ed o! t~ ~c,dly owned independent tk~)r covering stores whu have ~anded to,ether t~ ,~er ~ u~ the hi,ha.st quality fl~*r covet,ng_ and htmle dt~lrating products ,it [ ie Itr~V~t ever}'da~ prices. MaRie carnes a larlae ~'le~tiou ,~ hardv.x.~l tl~,rs,'cetailuc tdc, ,hoot vinyl, wall o','erillD, wlrld~ trea(lllI/ts aped accexst lrlc~, I'o en3Hc '~otl to create a colnp[ete lt~,k ~t ,..our home. ,~ hurry to yuur nearest Magic ( iaqwt Store where, h~r a hmlted nnw. ~xiu can get "I~1>, mt (:erufied ~t,mm~a~wl ( ,~rl,e~," pad and lata~r all (or one ~reat Magic pn~el I)uPom (k, rt ific anon Mark "" Mimmum Purd~ase $ 250. O0 " "W~t h Aplm wed Credit " "Extra Chan~e For Removin~ (.)kt Catpe~ " " "[-xt t,~ ( 3~arm- For Step~ By Jonathan Wright Within the span of a few min- utes the listener can hear news of the Persian Gulf occupation half a world away--and a notice concerning a gray suitcase lost from the back of a truck while a family was moving. Pets avail- able for adoption, school cafete- ria menus, political discussions, hospital admissions and dis- charges, County Commission news, and music ranging from bluegrass and country to classi- cal--irs all on WVMR, Pocahon- tas County's first and only radio station. Now in its ninth year, WVMR, whose call letters stand for "West Virginia Mountain Radio," beams its 5,000-watt signal throughout the mountains and valleys of eastern West Virginia and western Virginia. One un- usual feature of the station is its large percentage of volunteer workers. Only six of the 36- member staff are paid. The re- mainder are Pocahontas County residents who come to the stu- dios to help where they can--in production, announcing, report- ing, and office assistance. Ral,nwood Gafferv County Puts 106 E. Washington St. Lewisburg, WV 645-6405 Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5 ORIGINAL ART. PRINTS COMMISSIONED PAINTINGS CUSTOM FRAMING RESTORATIONS MOUNTAINEER SIDING & WINDOW CO. SPECIALIZING IN VINYL SIDING & ALUMINUM TRIM essenger CALL TODAY! 647-5724 The cheapest widely distributed classifieds in town -- aword When Accompanied by payment ($2.25 minimum) DEADLINE: 9 AM FRIDAY 122 North Court Street, Lewisburg, WV 24901 ASq.Yd. Insta//M Carpet & Pad Included Installation Included i All For One Low Price Regular Installed Installed Frontier $22.99 $13.99 Noteworthy $23.49 $14.99 Foreign Delight $23.49 $15.99 Forever After $23.49 $16.99 Jubilant $28.99 $17.99 Illumination $28.99 $18.99 Debutante $32.49 $19.99 Stonehenge $32.49 $ 0.99 New Creation $36.99 $23.99 Elite $41.49 $26.99 Heavenly Star $43.49 $27.99 A Ma rpet Store Rt, 60 West, Just 2 miles Le l rg 0454559 The home-spun nature of the station's format is part of its ap- peal, General Manager Gibbs Kinderman:said. "It meets a need here in this area. People on WVMR sound like themselves, not some broadcast-school- trained people. They reflect the communities where they live." The studios are located at the southern edge of Seneca State Forest on Highway 28, adjacent to Pocahontas County High School. The building is partially underground, the idea of Omar Boyer, first president of the radio's board of directors, and Jhn Dolan, engineer. WVMR be- gan as the Pocahontas Commu- nications Co6perative, a tax-ex- empt, non-profit organ~ation, in April 1979 when Pocahontas County citizens began working toward the goal of establishing a local radio station. Volunteers made a pilot "test run" broad- cast July 1981 during Marlinton's Pioneer Days and began regular operations August 17. Contributions from numerous agencies and foundations helped get the station off the ground, including a $25,000 matching grant from the Pocahontas County Commission. The Poca- hontas County Board of Educa- tion leases the land on which the studios are located at a cost to the station of $1 per year. Volunteer labor continues to be the lifeblood of WVMR. "Pretty much anyone who wants to can help here," Mr Kinderman said. "We train them to work in the news department, business of- rice, production department, or to work on the air." Because of the volunteer help from through- out the county, the station is able to offer a wide variety of lo- cal news from organizations, county and municipal govern- ment bodies, recreational facili- ties, and churches. Regular local news programs include the "Noon Hour Magazine," "This Week on Mountain Radio News," and "Over the Coffee Cup." Two volunteers have been working at WVMR since it be- gan: Dunmore postmistress Anna Belle Scheaffner, host of the Sunday morning gospel sing- Thanksgiving Holiday Special OPEN 4 NIGHTS! "MEN FROM MALIBU" Showtime 8 p.m. 4 Day Band- MIKE LATHAM Free Dance Contest US Rt. 60 W.S.S. 536-9887 FALL SAVINGS ave up to 30% on quality furniture from Broyhill, Bassett and Lane. Lane Lane Cedar Chests starting at $159 Lane Recliners Lane Rockers starting at starting at $299 $89 " Sale ends Saturday, November 24th. Lay-away-financing available - Free Delivery. Rt. 219 N. LEWISBURG, WV 24901 645-3721 "Serving the area for over 30 years." A Leader in Home Appliances. Ing program; and Soil tlon Service worker who heads the bluegrass show. The transmitted American casting national and and the Metro News provides state news. The proximlt3 Pocahontas County High (PCHS) allows students portunity to make re to learn the basics of duction. One class at volves regtdar visits to dios for traininin sics." An out co6perative program News," a school news produced by students school campus and the studios. The station relies contributions for penses. As a station, no business ments are permitted. businesses and make contributions ognized in short tween programs. Work at the rural tion is an outlet for the and enthusiasm of members. "It's a lot ing here," said. "I meet all kinds Jeff Hefner, o tor, said, "The best my job is that I'm music--that's my in the woHd. To work a regular basisand get it is great." Heart . . . Continued problems with his body the new heart. He medicine twice daily tion, along with pressure and other feel I've had a sudden energy," he said. "l miles a day around The doctors ret I get on my own nerves, if I sit around the long." Medical personnel lottesville still re Mr Deflbaugh to progress, in addition to ing him once a month visits the hospital there, Mr Defibaugh tude to the hos office co6rdinator, gan. and doctors and Iwing Kron. "l thank them for all they me" "Prayers have than anything," family, friends, ited me around the area transportation between Charlottesville for me family. I ~ppreciate done for me." Mr Defibaugh Freda, have slx four grandchildren. A Friend Who Is Far Home A Gift To The Mountain Send Us Their And FuU With Your we wm Mountain Anywhere in the @ Open Monday thru Saturday 9-5; Friday 9-8. Fairlea, 645