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Deeds Canfield Sargent and to Macil Canfield, tract. less than $100 Canfield, Kathy Canfield, Canfield, and Ann L. ) Macil O. Canfield, tract, less than $100 Joyce Bostic and Re- to Clarence W. :, lot. Town of White to Gamett Dee ~and Anna K. Anderson, Dist., $5,000 and Kathy Canfield .76 acre, Meadow to parent Curry to Lou Wil- and Bruce Reed, lot, $800 Reed and Bruce Curry, lot, Meadow $8OO Reed and Bruce lots, Meadow Bluff between parents and W. Thompson, Executrix Mac Williams; Jr.; Faye M. Wil- Williams Burns; and to Audrey W. Th- acre, Town of Alder- D. Hammack to I~nald and William Edward L798 sq. ft., l~wisburg tO sons & dancczek and Elizabeth business as Cutting Company, to Iclntyre and Susan B. acre, Lewisburg Mu- Cheuvront and Michael ~to Donald Farren ~md He- 32,400 sq. ft., Municip~fl- $43,000 to Linda Whitlow, of Rainelle; and parcel, $10 Valley National Bank, and Trustee under the Testament of Carl l~- to Gary R. Johnson, lng Dist., $8,001.01 Valley National Bank Massey and Theresa A. Town of Aldcrson, 1, Cheuvront to Lyle R. Edithe G. Kindig, 19.877 Dist., $80,000 McMillion, William H. ; Rosa Lee Dalton, Danny Ada L. Crane, Robert E. N. Workman, Colette Martha L. Workman, Evans, larry E. Evans, Pton, Edward D. Tipton, enc Workman to Lu- ;than, 95 acres, Falling children to parent Cunningham to Lucille 95 acres, Falling Spring Morgan and Gayle M. B. Perkins and Perkins, .749 acre, $44,900 Drake and Don to Lake Lambert III, lot, to child Helen Bhmken- rt Blankenship, Marie Mower, Beryl Kclli- Carolyn Burton. John Burton, Guy Jr., Tommy Blanken- Blankenship. Esther Doug Blankenship, and Donna to Madison Vandervort Vandervort, lot. Corpora- Spring, $5,000 Ill and Gloria B. E. Reed Jr. and tract, Town of Ran- States of America, the Administrator of Home Administration, mrtment of Agrtcul- Landis, lot, City of BUrton to Wayne T. Fox Pox, tracts, Ronceverte $4o,ooo Lemon and George L. business as The Great Cattle Company; to Sharer and Diana N. the time of the thankful.. t mks"l i your printing )4 vote sharer, .248 acre, Lewisburg Dist., corrective deed James David Shaer and Diana N. Sh,'ffer to R. Wayne Morgan and Tara Sue Morgan, .727 acre, Lewisburg Dist., $87,500 Lualzo Puckctt to Thomas R. Wright and Marlene Wright, parcels, Meadow Bluff Dist., less than $100 Thomas D. Radford and Angela C. Radford to Joseph E. Bittinger and Eleanor J. Bittingcr, 23 acres and 134 poles, White Sulphur Dist., S42,000 John II. Cooper and Rayola S. Cooper to Fort Same Co., Inc., tracts, Meadow Bluff Dist., $12,900 Frank Jackson Wingfield and Audrey P. Wingficld to Douglas L. Jones and Ramah B. Jones, 50 acres, Lewisburg Dist., $100,000 James C. Mackcy to William W. Belcher and Mary T. Belcher, tracts, Falling Spring Dist., $65,000 Madeline McFall Crookshanks and Evcrette W. Crookshanks to llarvey J. Loudcmlilk and Audrey tt. l,oudermilk, 12.900 sq. ft., Frankford Dist., $7,000 James A. Highlander to James A. Highlander and Patricia ilighlander, parcel, Town of Alderson, transfer to create survivorship Richard |1. Bowman and Emma Ilunt Bowman to James A. High- lander and Patricia Highlander, par- cel, Town of Alderson, $15,000 Paul R. Boggs and Glenna S. Boggs to Rainclle Real Estate, Inc., parcels, 2"own of Rainellc, $22,000 R.qinellc Real Estate, Inc., to Paul R. Boggs and Glenna S. Boggs, par- cels, Meadow Bluff Dist., $22,000 New Suits Filed Clara Beetle, by her next friend Evelyn Keeney vs. Brian P. ltatfield Sharon Leigh Bennett Coates Booth vs. Christopher Robert Booth Susan Smith Taylor vs. Jack Hinge Taylor Greenbrier Valley National Bank, a National Banking Association vs. John M. Daniel, Jr. Pepsi Cola General Bottlers of Princeton vs. Canfield Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a Country Boys Grocery Elvie Ellen Shown vs. Nickey Fay Shown Sarah Ingles vs. The Greenbrier County Commission, The Greenbrier County Planning Commission, and James R. Simpson, individually and as Director of the Greenbrier County Planning Commission Eula Marie Greene vs. William Eugene Greene Bank of White Sulphur Springs, a West Virginia Banking Corporation vs. Franklin D. Rapp, Loretta B. I~app, Layuna B. Rapp. and George L. Lemon, Trustee Final Divorce Decrees Granted Gene R. Keaveney vs. Lena M. Keaveney Rose Marie Workman Jackson vs. Roger Dwayne Jackson Gregory Edward Allen vs. Angela Laverne Brooks Allen Floyd W. Crump vs. Carolyn IL Crump Hilma Fury vs. Jesse J. Fury Margm'et A. Price vs. Andrew W. Price Teresa Dixon Price vs, Ronald Eugene Price Kenneth R. Boswell vs. Rcnata A. Boswell Donna Ann Newcomh vs. Norman Eddie Newcomb Michael E. Patterson vs. Penny L. Patterson Jami Elizabeth ltinklc vs. Austin Burton Hinklc James Franklin I:ishcr vs. Char- lotto Virginia Fisher Marsha Glee Jones vs. Vernon Carl Jones Teresa A. Owens vs. Jeffrey M. Owens Sharon K. Angle vs. Pdehard L. Angle Julia Ann Smith vs. David Ray Smith The Messenger Sub... ray of electronics and plumbing you just can't believe it. It is one of the most deadly war machines ever made." The Walkers got in line at 10:30 a.m. in order to make sure they would be able to investigate every inch of the vessel open to the public. They emerged nearly four hours later, after viewing the giant submarine and talking to the crew. "The only thing we didn't see was the nuclear power plant or{ the lower level. In the control room they had placed a cover over the speed indicator because that information is classified. We did get to see everything else though," Mr Walker said. "Awe- some, in the real sense, might be the best way to describe the ship. There ware 24 missiles. Each silo is 40 feet tall and seven feet in diameter. On the top of each missile are 12 war- heads!" Mrs Walker was quite im- The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, November 15, 1990 3A the ship,s quarters for the crew. "Each of the men has his own cubbyhole, but I doWt think a six-footer would fit in one of those bunks." Mrs Walker said. "Of course I really enjoyed the pageantry of the whole cere- mony. There was a 19-gun sa- lute for Senator Robert C. Byrd. He was Instrumental in getting the sub named The West Vir- ginia. And when the crew came running out on to the deck and stood at attention it was marvel- OUS. "We're also very proud of the fact that the crew cooks were trained at The Greenbrier," Mrs Walker, a native of White Sulphur Springs, added. Mr Walker retired from "ltm Green- brier Hotel where he was Execu- tive Assistant Manager for a number of years. Mrs Walker's father, Bert Spence, was auditor at the resort. Mrs Walker also pointed out there are seven native West Vir- Continued From Page 1-A submarine's crew. "There are two different crews, the Blue Crew and the Gold Crew. Each of the two crews spend 70 days on the ship at a time." Mrs Walker said. The commissioning ceremony whlch the Walker's attended was paid for by the U.S.S. West Vir- ginia Submarine Foundation'. The foundation has raised $125,000 so far to provide a li- brary aboard the ship. The foun- dation also provides china and silver for use by the officers and crews, Mrs Walker said. "The money is also used to provide scholarships for crew members," Mrs Walker added. The Walkers have had other Navy connections --their son, Weymouth, Jr., graduated from the U. S. 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PERSONAL PROPERTY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1990 10 AM GAP MILLS, WEST VIRGINIA talnut Spool Cabinet Bauers Display Cabinet National Biscuit Display Case Tobacco Cutter .50 Silver Dollars 2 Columbus Show Cases ,1 Exhibition Show Case Co. 2 The Sun Mfg. Co. Show Case The Patton Merchantile of Gap Mills, WV was established around 1928 and is constructed throughout of wormy chestnut. After years of operation Mrs. Nellie Patton is retiring and we will be liquidating the merchandise and real estate for her. COLLECTIBLES REAL ESTATE SIGNS - ADVERTISING COLLECTIBLES J., , 2 ~isc. Show Cases Merricks Six Cord Soft Finish Spool Cabinet (Round), Pitz Shoe Sizer (wooden) Wrough Iron Shoe Stool Toledo Scales N Clark Silk Spool Thread Linoleum Rack (wooden) O Wooden Advertising Boxes Old Puzzles V Feed Scoops Old Cigar Boxes Old (new) Corsets E Putnam Dyes Nails M Extension Cords Fairbank Scales Chicken Crates Oil Cans Lanterns Paint, Stain Seed Bins Misc, Country Store Items Old Phone Hat Stretcher Frozen Charlotte Doll (small) Cupie Dolls High Button Baby Shoes Misc. 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Don't miss this sale. Announcements day el sale take precedence over previous advertisements. TERMS OF SALE: Persop l Property: Cash or good check day el sale, positive ID requ=red. Real Estate: 10=/, down day of sale, balance & delivery of deed not exceed 30 days. Owner financing with 25% down & 10% APR over 10 years. For Any Additional Details or Information, Call OF DELEGATES Pol. Adv...Paid for by Bill Wallace TOMMY GARTEN, WV Lic. 461 (7031 962.1155 DON CHARLTON, WV Uc. 825 (703) 992-5655