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I OA The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 15, 1990 647-5724 JIM JACKSON Insurance Division Manager MOUNTAIN INTERNATIONAL - 536-2000 TRUCK USERS, FORESTERS, AND FARMERS You are our NUMBER ONE customers! We have expanded our business include CMOPLETE INSURANCE SERVICES through our new INSURANCE DIVlDIONH We cover all Commerical Lines including VEHICLES, PROPERTY, GENERAL LIABILITY, AND EQUIPMENT INLAND MARINE. We can even offer Group Health & Life Packages lor you and your employees. Call Jim Jackson tot a competitive quote. LEWlSBURG 1-64 & EXIT 175 (304)536-2000 Seneca 4-H Fund Raiser "File Seneca "Frail 4-H Club has again gained permission to operate a monthly aluminum/ plastic recyclables campaign during the school year. In the past, they have had active par- ticipation from Frankford stu- dents and families within the community. "rile club has col- lected over 500 pounds of re- cyclables and received almost $500 in cash. Some of this money was awarded to the club from outside groups interested in environmental education proj- ects directed toward our youth. The West Virginia Youth Conser- vation Clubs gave the club a $100 cash award for their ef- forts. Tile Colgate/Palmolive Company recognized this as a worthy project and also donated $100. Seneca 4-H also received first place recognition as the most outstanding 4-H conserva- tion club partly due to this proj- ect. The club's goals are again the same. Money from these collec- tions will be used to help send Seneca ~lYail 4-H Club members to 4-H camp and/or members of the Frankford Conservation Club to DNR Junior Conservation Camp. Seneca 4-H also makes regu- lar donations to tile RIF (Reading ts Fundamental) program and to the school for maintenance and supplies used to assist in carry- ing out this project. A & B PAINT SUPPLY (ESTABLISHED 1962) RETAIL SALES & CONTRACTING PRATT & ERT PAINT * WALLPAPER ARMSTRONG & TARKETT FLOOR COVERING BRUCE & HARDCO HARDWOOD FLOORS QUARRY TILE * CEPJ IIC TILE • MARBLE FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING BRAD BUC D 304 - 536-3418 80 WEST MAIN STREET WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS Fresh Seafood for the Holidays Fresh Chesapeake Bay Oysters ................ ...... Select Pint Jar =7.99 ............................................................................... Select Quart. Jar $15.75 Fresh Med. Shrimp ..................................................... rob. $5.99 Fresh Large Shrimp ................................................... Sb. $6.99 Fresh Jumbo Shrimp ................................................. lb. $9.99 Fresh Bay Scallops ................................................... lb. $4.99 Fresh Sea Scallops ........................................................ $6.99 Fresh Crab Meat Special ............................................. $8.90 Fresh Crab Meat Back Fin Lump ......................... tb. $12.90 Also available Peeled Deveined Shrimp, Lobster Tails, Red Snapper Fillets, Snow Crab Legs, AlasKan King Crab Legs, Fresh Flounder Fillets. I I i I i ,J.lams From 12 to 16 Pounds Marions Sugar Cured Country Hams ............ ' ............ 1b.$1;99 Cravers SRgar Cured Country Hams .............. ......... Ib.$2.19 Charlie's ShEar Cured Country Hams ..................... Ib.$2.29 i Pepsi & Coke ................................................................................. 2 liter 89ข Pepsi .................................................................................... 20 pk., cans $4.99 Yellow Onions ........................................................................... 3 lb. bag, 59ข Fresh Celery ...................................................................................... stalk 49ข Yellow or White Sweet Potatoes ...................................... 3 $1.00 Rutabagers ..................................................................................... a, $1.00 US No, 1 All Purpose Potatoes ................................ 10 bag. $1.39 English Walnuts ............................................................................. lb. $1.49 Mixed Nuts ........................................................ : ............................... Jb. $1.49 Golden Delicious Apples .............. peck $2.99 ....... Bushel $10.50 Red or White Grapes ....................................................................... =b. 89ข Oranges .......................................................................................... bag. $1.49 Live Christmas Trees Potted & Burlap Balled Live trees now in stock Norway Spruce 2ft-8ft. White Pine 4ft-8ft. Colorado Blue Spruce 2ft..Eft. We also have Serbian Spruce and Frasier Fir Cut Christmas Trees will arrive Live Holy Trees in I and 2 gal. containers Dwarf Alberta Spruce 16-28 inches for table top. :'AIRLEA PRODUC RT. 219, SENECA TRAIL, FAIRLEA, W.VA. 6 5-68 9 HOURS: Monday thru Saturday 9-7, SUNDAY 10-6 Bluegrass Market Saturday November i0, 1990 564 head sold to 129 buyers Amounting to $223,697.17 STOCKER & FEEDER STEERS: Under 500# 54.00 I01.00 500-750# 65.00 92.00 Over 750# 50.00 76.00 HEIFERS: Under 500# 59.00 80.00 501-750# 60.00 73.00 Over 750# 50.00 67.00 BULL CLVS 45.00 97.00 BABY CLVS 21.00 97.50 SLAUGHTER CATTLE HEIFERS 50.00 55.00 COWS 32.00 53.00 MOST SOLD 42.00 46.00 BULLS 50.00 63.00 Under IO00# 52.00 60.00 Over I000# 51.00 63.00 COW & CALF PAIRS 565.00 695.00 COWS, BH 510.00 920.00 HOGS SLAUGHTER 43.00 SOWS 49.50 BOARS 59.00 Alderson Market Friday, November 9, 1990 245 head sold to 46 buyers Amounting to $76,715.41 STOCKER & FEEDER HEIFERS: UNDER 500# 60.00 77.00 500 to 700# 54.00 65.00 UNDER 700# 50.00 54.00 STOCKERS & FEEDERS STEERS: UNDER 500# 61.00 105.00 5dO'to 700# 56.00 85.00 OVER 700# 56.00 70.00 COMMON STOCKERS & FEEDERS BULLS 57.00 96.00 BABY CALVES 55.00 80.00 HOGS SLAUGHTER 53.00 SOWS BOARS SHOATS PIGS 58.50 COWS COMMERCIAL 47.25 50.00 UTILITY 42.50 44.00 CANNER I 0.00 & CUTTER COWS &CLVS 540.00 760.00 PIGS & SHOATS By Head 29.00 32.50 COWS, B.H. 300.00 555.00 HORSES BULLS PONIES COMMERCIAL HORSE 125.00 400.00 & GOOD 46.00 CUTTER SHEEP & LAMBS SHEEP & LAMBS BLUE 32.00 BLUE 43.00 BLUE HEAD 38.00 RED 4 I. 50 RED OTHERS 40.00 51.25 MEDIUM EWES COMMON BUCKS I 1.00 12.50 EWES, CWT 56.50 WETHERS 24.00 WETHERS 9.00 GOATS GOATS By Head 50.00 By Head 50.00 A Pa Mother's Seven Step Sandwich Spread Mother ( 1899-1985) She made it before frost every fail. I Grind through food chopper: ....... 6 red sweet peppers 6 green sweet peppers I gallon green tomatoes 2 Mix with: 1 cup salt. Let stand over night. 3 To I gallon vinegar put on to boil 4 Add: A thickening made of: 2 cups plain flour add water to make 4 cups sugar a thin paste. Mix well. 1 To. tumeric 1 small box dry mustard Add: slowly, this paste to boiling vinegar. Stirring -- Boil 5 minutes. Set aside. This is the dressing. 5 Squeeze: using hands, vegetables out of brine. Discard brine. 6 Add vegetables slowly to boiling dressing. Heat thoroughly. DO NOT BOIL. 7 Can in 8 pint jars and seal. Good on lunch sandwich. Anna Shue Atkins Chesterfield, Virginia The hot water line under the kitchen sink recently decided to spring a leak. Unlike many women I am helpless and hope- less when confronted with tools -- so Robert is the repair person at our house. However, being household repairman ranks low on his list of things to do and plumbing jobs are at the bottom of the list of his favorite things to do. When the leak reached the state of geyser proportions he decided it wasn't going to go away and that he must replace the line. I usually help and encourage him when he does repairs and this time was no exception. I dragged everything from under the sink and stacked and piled it in the middle of the kitchen floor. Robert thought it was a good thing the sink was fastened down securely- otherwise it would have been under there too. Well, I finally got everything stacked so there remained a little space in front of the slnk and a narrow walkway to the basement. Past repair chores had taught me someone would have to go to the basement for either tools or some other item before the job was finished. Robert crawled under the sink with the flashlight and be- gan mumbling to himself while I hovered nearby. Then, standing the light on end, he went to work with both hands. Suddenly he stopped and thrust the light from under the sink towards me. "Ilere, hold the light for me, My arm keeps getting between the light and the water line and I can't see what I am doing," he said. By this time his legs started cramping and he is laying head and shoulders under the sink with body and legs in the kitchen floor. I eased through the cluttered kitchen and stepped carefully around him and got the flashlight. I aimed the light in the general direction of the hot water llne. "I don't need to see the bottom of the sink basin. It's the hot water line that is leaking. Shine the light over more and up here," he said tappirig lhe hot water line for emphasis. l squatted down and leaned my shoulder under the sink as I readjusted my aim. "How's that. I asked? "Yeah, that Is it," he re- plied. Pretty soon my legs and the arm holding the light began to tire so I shifted positions a little to ease them. "What are you doing?. I can't see a think wlth you moving the light all around. Give me the light and I'll show you just where to hold it. Now see if you can hold It right here and quit doddllng It around," he said. While he was talking I had deeided to get a little more corn: of Ella S. fortable and I was flat on the meant I had to him and lean cabinet to reach but at least tire. As he cot became inter, what he was my head under he has the buldge can plainly see the ing loose from the "EhF I grunt as lides with my head. "what on earth" I withdrew to rub my crawls from under you alright? trying to do?" wriggled back "Can't you see under here for alone two. Now hold this light under the sink way." Properly chagriI squat and con~ ing the light. grunting, he crawls the sink and heads i ment with copper hand. In a few back with the new again am holding "Give me the downstairs and get ing tool from the he said. taking the I don't know tool looks like but it isn't pliers, hammer then it ing tool. However the box there are don't recognize so that ! can't find it. "It is right on top -- unless you it to the bottom through everything." back. For a few and stare saw puzzle of which one I being the right one "Just forget it. Self," Robert said clomping down gave me a pulled the flanging box and I was followed him and took up my light-holder. the knack of kee the proper place he could see standing it on I am sure we sigh'of reliel again turned on appeared. Robert to himself as he door. I surveyed kitchen floor, It that I could cartons, butter would even regular-shaped thought I ! 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