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New Athletic Field Completed At from a number and busl- been instrumental of a new ath- at Greenbrier East (GEHS) in Fairlea. completed in mid- on 1- 1/2 acres the Spartan Boosters, which promotes the school. is adjacent to the st boundary of the and will accom- and girls' softball Help Is Its Way County Com- Inc. will accept for the Low Income Program the following loca- ~ert Senior Center. and Wednes- 3. 4. and 5. 9 and 1:30 to 3:30 Baptist Church in December 3. 9 and 1:30 to 3:30 Baptist Church in the Rupert Senior ~ order to serve every- will be seen by at only. Please call make an appoint- 5, applica- Senior Cen- until the LIEAP which will be I0 a.m. to noon, Nutrition Site, and I I, I0 White Sulphur r, Thursday, De- I0 a.m. to noon; Site, Alderson December 7, I0 Quinwood Baptist December I 0, noon; Renick Fire- t, December ta. to noon: Andrews Church. Wil- Wednesday. Decem- a.m. to noon. a person must pro- of income for in which they apply, numbers for and, if the with electricity gas, a copy of the bill practice. A major impetus behind the project is the interest of numer- ous area individuals and busi- nesses in beginning a soccer program at the school. In addi- tion to providing money for the grading and seeding of the field, the donors have provided funds to be used for soccer uniforms, balls, goals, coaches' salaries. travel expenses, and other ex- penses. GEHS principal Charles Carney said he hopes the soccer program can be initiated next year at the school. Persons wishing to make do- nations to the soccer program may send them to the Green- brier East Volunteer Soccer Committee, Box 1378, Lewisburg 24901, according to Rusty McDaniel, an organizer of the ef- fort. Ms McDaniel said many com- munity members have donated labor and funds: Barry Wise, John Deitz, Manuel Gomez, Tom Vance of the Soil Conservation Office, Rey- nolds Oil, Lynch Construction, Run- yon Distributing Company, Road- runner Pizza, Ambler Construction, Greenbrier Valley Cub Cadet, Ed Tuckwiller, Gary Appel, Ted Knight, Carson Turner, Josh Polin, Bud Tamea and family, Mark Gesner and family, Rusty McDaniel and family, White Sulphur Springs Nursery, Robert Wheeler, Jeffrey Zervas, H. P. Dinsmore, Everett Kennedy, Ben- jamin Plybon, William Dukart, Z. Shamm-Othman, Robert Modlin, Verna Hanes, Gary Vandevander, Skip Ikner, Julian Meadows, Richard Ford, Patty Ford, Blue Grass Elec- tric, Bill Johnson. Acme Limestone, Tiff Hilton, Martha Hilton, John Eli- ers, Hayes Eliers, Michael Painter, Karen Painter. Earl Bundy, Carla Bundy, Roger Kesterson, Marcia Kesterson, Sam Conley, Vivian Con- Icy, Morse Reese, Kathy Rcese, Joe McGraw, Susan McGraw, Richard Kline, Ann Kline, David McClung, Anne Bordas, Joe Turley, Gloria Turley, Carolyn Dudley, Alan Dud- ley, Richard Persinger, JoAnne Persinger, Roy Coffman, Charles Boothe, Greenbrier Valley National Bank, and the Lewisburg Rotary Club. Refuge Gaston Caper,on that he has in Victim As- irant funds to The Center in Lewis- Unds are for the pur- direct services of spousal abuse, Sexual assault, eld- victims of neglect ViCtims, and also help to victims as through the criminal The Victim Assis- available to West the Victims of of 1984 from the U. S. of Justice and ad- red through the Ofiice of Community Development. Z Pfc, David A. Pritt, son !. Pritt of Hlllsboro, for duty with Service Support Lejeune, North of Pocahon- School at Dun- joined the Marine 1990. Early this a.m. I looked out the picture window in the bath- room. Lo and behold, the stars were all over the skyl Something to be thankful for. So, let your little star shine. Another Thanksgiving Day is here! In America and in the far comers of planet earth, people do have many blessingsl This Thanksgiv- ing weekend there will be many observed and held in Greenbrier County! Fairlea, or should I. say the Fairlea Merchants and Profes- sional Association, has the word out -- "decorate the barn" (the State Fairgrounds barns, that is). I believe our's is Number 5 right across 219 North. The con- versation in our house went this way: "Do you know where the Madonna scenes are?" I have purchased, with the monetary assistance of family and friends, two basic nativity scenes. "Yes." came the reply. "I have them out." Sure enough, up by the old shed near the barnyard\ it looked like everything was out, the giant star Frank made with tinsel and lights was against the wall! By today, hopefully, our barn in Fairlea will be in place for another Thanksgiving bless- ing for all to enjoy who come or go through Fairlea. Last night I again was blessed enough to turn on Channel 9, our public broadcasting station -- WSWP. This November guide pictures "Celebrating 20 years -- Thanks to You" on the front. An- other Thanksgiving blessing. Last night's program --- "Race To Save Planet Earth" -- was a spe- cial one, as Meryl Streep took us once again to Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a very famous restoration. It took us to one large farm which has not changed in its ways of farmlp, g, no chemicals, no advancement in farming methods, still produc- ing paying crops, a part of the State Officially Joining the trend throughout the country, a policy was an- nounced today to establish pro- cedures to "... ensure the right to a healthful, smoke-free envi- ronment for each State employee and the public as they transact business with or receive service from the State. Recent studies on the effects of passive smoke inhalation by non-smokers con- clude that exposure to second- hand smoke can be hamfful to one's health. The working envi- ronment should present no un- necessary risk of physical harm or discomfort from environ- mental tobacco smoke," said TaunJa Willis Miller, Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Resources. In explaining the policy which becomes effective December 1, Secretary of the Department of Administration Chuck Polan said, "The smoking restrictions apply to state employees while they are on the job, and property owned or used for state busi- ness, with some exceptions." Those exceptions include resi- dents of state prisons and hospi- tals and guests at state parks. Mr Polan sald that offices un- der the control of the Legislative Branch, the Judicial Branch, the Executive Office and the Consti- tutional Offices are excluded from ~the provision, 7~oweyer,"~ he said. "they will be encouraged to review and adopt this or a similar policy." Ms Willis Miller encouraged employees and employers to work together on this issue. "Smoking is an addiction and we need to give our fellow workers support and encouragement as they adhere to this policy." She also noted that conforming to the policy will be easier for some smokers than for others. She said " . . . state-spon- sored smoking cessation pro- grams would be made available and attendance at these smok- ing cessation programs during an employee's normal work hours is considered an appropri- ate use of work time. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT MATERIAl, FOR I)UBLICATION: Articles submitted to The Mounlain 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 provide a self addressed, stamped envelope. & INFORMATION CALL LEWISBURG DO God still cares for you/ Come discover more about His incredible love. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE A "lions' and Iambs' community" 610 West Main Street in Ronceverte One block east of the library Rev. David C. Harris, pastor WE LOVE VISITORS! The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, November 22, 1990 3A Brier Interiors Now In New Fairlea race to save the planet earth. We haven't used any kind of sprays on our garden for a long time. Of course, our tomatos may not be perfect (as neither you nor I are), but nevertheless they survive! Another blessing on Thanks- giving evening, "Race to Save the Planet Cant'd" continues with "Waste Not, Want Not." Its theme of recycling and being grateful for what we have is certainly an appropriate Thanksgiving mes- sage. Let's pray for all the leaders of the countries of God's Good Earth to practice the golden Rule. Another Thanksgiving blessing. We do have our free choices each and every day. If you feel you don't, that Is also free choice on your part! That is especially true of the men even in Saudi Arabia today. Nobody can stop us from praying, as we are talking to God and only he hears us. Working together for good seems to be the answer. Thanksgiving is a time for thinking of and thanking our friends. They are people who have shared their love for us. Grace Walker, a farmer from near Hinton, brought In a four- page diet which had brought her back to health once more. Indian Currant are my flowers to all -- so beautifully red right now. Thanks to whoever planted it in our yard. Maybe it was some real, honest to gosh Indian as our daughter Ginger dug up Indian beads while planting flow- ers once upon a time! Thomas "Rick" Smith, owner of Brier Interiors, said he is pleased with his new business location in Fairlea. "I've been in this business about five years, and I feel this spot in Fairlea will give us more exposure." The store is located in the north side of the Gadd's IGA Building on U. S. 219 and Includes appliances, custom countertops, carpeting, roofing, siding, and other merchandise. Mr Smith is also a dealer for modular homes and Rusco windows. Among the more popular kitchen and bathroom cabinet and floor covering manufac- turers representated by Brier Interiors are American Woodmsrk, Kraft Maid, Dynasty, and Merillat. Elaine and Tom Smith, Mr Smith's oar- ents, assist their son in the business. LEWIS THEATRE ADULTS $2.00 CHILDREN $1,50 Would you S~e up ,veryth|ncj you have... for verythlmj you've ever wanted? TI ~e~l~ lbuch~nne Pictum~, Fri. & Sot. 7 & 9:30 p.m. Sunday Matinee 4 p.m. Closed Monday Sun. - Thu rs. 7 p.m. 645-6038 Balcony Open for Dining Thanksgiving Buffet $6.95 11:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Thursday nights "All you can eat" Steamed Shrimp $12.95 Friday & Saturday" All you can eat" Alaskan Snow Crab Legs $12.95 Sunday "All you can eat buffet" 11:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $6.95 Specializing in Fine Steaks & Seafood. Serving breakfast, lunch & dinner 6 a.m. - 10 645-2759 1-64 Alta Exit South on Route 12 v, , ' AeU.S. Marine Corps serve program supported by Sears Kenmore extra-large capacity washer/dryer (let ~ (E28721) 2-speed, 9.cycle washer $374.88 .,,h toy trade-in allowance ($399.88 without toy trade-in) FREE /~'~ with washer... Sears'PLUS detergent in big 10Jb. box! -- SAVE ~l~lU, plus get $25 OFF with toy trade-in LXI camcorder records share images even in candlelight! with toy trade-in allowance ($799.99 without toy trode-m~ IE53746) $17 MONTHLY* Includes telephoto lens. light, adapters, case, rechorgeable battery Imme elled, ml $200 or .Mnt Bring a new toy into our store thru Dec. 4th to con- tribute to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys-for- Tots program.., each year dis tr|buting toys to about 3 million children nationwide. (Toy aonations with no purchase are very welcome also.) tFor each toy trade-in, you get $25 off one item priced $200 or more thru Dec. 4th; offer exducles use of any other co~. New toys only. .minimum toy value $5 for each trade-in. Toys should not be wrapped. , ~ than comparable pair ~'E68721 i Electric Automatic Fabric Minter, 4-temp. dryer $~890dJ4 with toy trade-in allowance [$314.44 without toy trade in) Gas dryer (E78721] $40 more SAVE $40, plus get $25 OFF with toy trade-in Universal remote controls TV/most VCR's Up to 178 channels with toy trade-in allowance ($259.99 without toy trade-in) {JW41813) $10 MONTHLY* 'DR99842) SAVE $8, plus get $25 OFF with toy trade-in G.E large4/ze microwave 1,4 cu.ff.. 7(X) watts Auto defrost: auto ,,)roost control ./ with toy trade-in allowance ($249.82 without toy trade-in) $10 MONTHLY* "On SearsChatOe (or SeatsOharge PLUS credd plsn available on most purcna~ totahng $899 99 or mote Actuat payments depe~ on account balance Shippit~l included to store Apphances are wrote, colors extra. E eotr c dryer require~ core Item~ readily avaflaole as aave~d SAVE plus $25 OFF w~th toy trade*in 18-cu.ft. Kenmoree frostless refrigerator wdn toy trade-in allowance 15499.82 without toy trade-m) ~DR60821) $15 MONTHLY" SAVE oy, plus get $25 OFF with toy trode-ln Kenmoree dishwasher with china/crystal & pots 'n pans cycles 1 with toy trade-in allowance ($329.79 w thou, toy trade-in) .i~,,~ .. $12 MONTHLY" D