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Lewisburg, West Virginia
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November 22, 1990

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/ ! gift : I ] The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, November 22, 1990 3C for memories I I Area Holiday Celebrations LIGHT-UP THE FAIR GROUNDS ~e best gifts a parent can ts memories of time spent a story', playing a game a project. To provide for simple, inexpen- ets for young children to Homes and Gardens' a series of 18 Max the project books. )rejects featured in the "'Ugfuzz" monsters yet lint: a cereal box that pack: an abominable soap; and slippery' with a box of gelatin. books are excellent ages tbur and up, or grandparents of young book features 32 pages four-color pho- easy-to-follow directions children and adults can Items needed to corn- projects can be found All of the projects tested bv kids. At $4.95 l:;ooks are great for of this holiday mclude making cinnamon- bear ornaments from lay. The following pro- book "'At the Zoo." more after being removed from the dDing, place the ornaments on a bak- All Falrlea Merchants will heat. It will be cool enough to handle ing sheet in a 300 degree oven for 30 ,,ithin a few minutes, minutes. Shut off" oven and let cool tbr turn on their holiday lights after Knead in % cup ground cinnamon, one hour. Continue to air-dry until the 6 p.m.. November 30 "Llght- qo make the bears or other shapes, ornaments harden. Up The Fair Grounds" ceremony. tape waxed paper to the v, ork surface. .Unused clay can be wrapped and At 6 p.m., a carol sing foi- Ler your children roll out the clay to placed in a refrigerator or freezer, lowed by Instrumental music will about :/a-inch thickness. Use cookie Thaw frozen clay at room temperature initiate the 1990 lighting decor cutters to make shapes. Poke a hole and, ifnecessary~ knead before using beginning at the pedestrian for a hanger with a toothpick. Better Homes and Gardens childrens bridge of the Fairgrounds. After The ornaments may take from a books can be purchased wherever books the program, Santa will give out few hours to a day to air-dry. To speed are sold. sweets and talk with the chil- dren as Fairlea merchants turn on their holiday lights. To join in the festivities, plan on parking at the pedestrian parking lot -- Se- neca Trail South. Other Activities UNION --- November 30 -- 6 p.m.; Theme: Ho-Ho-Ho; Con- tact: Shane Ashley, 772-5904 FAIRLEA- November 30 -- 6 p.m.; "Light Up The Falr- grounds" Contact: Joan Jones, 645-1810 RAINELLE -- December I -- 4 p.m.; Theme: "Country Christ- mas'; Contact: George Brooks, 438-8281 WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS ORNAMENTS Rue/pan. mix together 1 and one I-pound box a. Gradually add 17: cups -- First Presbyterian Church, the mixture over low heat, White Sulphur Springs -- De- morally. The mixture will cember 1 -- Annual Christmas m ien thicken. Sttr constant- Buffet Dinner and Bake Sale 5 to ~XotU, r, ehfS?Saabatllu'rn clay CREATE SPECIAL HOLIDAY MEMORIES for the family by making these 7p.m; Contact: Peggy Clemons, Wrap or foil. It will thicken cinnamon-scented teddy bear ornaments with your child. Moo-x xu . Lys are a nme [o parnclpate CHRISTMAS IS COMING * * * I t a am car Iocall rown "live" and Windy Knoll Nursery w I g ry y g excitement of gift-giving as as " ' cut trees well Fraizer Fir Trees from North Carolina. ;d# Y A wide assortment of fresh and artificial wreaths will be available the~seasntime whenf gift-givingchildren andare treed/coral/din the bytWntheSqUaretown'sthatchildrenhaS be/nor :~ as well as Poinsettias, Christmas cacti, and amaryllis. ,~ behavior for fear of get- poinsettia planters hanging from the t l[ Stop by and see us for all your holiday decorating needs. ]i heir stockings and parents lampposts that line the streets, :he local shopping plaza in ~,jIkI'D'~.~Q~I Located 1/4 mile north of 1-64 US 219 t special toy their child put Exchanging gifts ~ .... .-. ....,,~ . . list for Santa. S I R Hohday [qours 8 O0 am to 4 30 pm Men-Sat cities the sidewalks are No matter where you are during this ~. NUR . ~.a.,. pre-(:hristmas sale shop- holiday season, buying gifts will bei, ~,~ "~[r"~-'~'"C~-~'a~"~Ir~'"~-~:'~l[~~~ Ung into each other in the uppermost in your mind. Whether you', that one store where are buying that video camcorder or all their holiday purchases compact disc player for your spouse, orI , hoping tor that one present that you! , city you will find the would like for yourself---shopping will i 's seiling tempting good- be at the top of your Christmastime to- ~sersby. Who can resist a do-list. ted chestnuts or honeyJust remember, buying a gift is not ~uts while on a holiday always an easy thing to do if you don't ee? know what the recipient wants. It's b best to get some idea from the person eauty of the holidays before you shop as to what he or she'a I " wants so you don't go out and spend a so the time to travel to the lot of money needlessly on somethingt to see the quaint decora- your loved one can't use. The holidays r~s~ 'OUt by the townspeo- should be an enjoyable time. not a' ,t~ra ion :)f the holidays "-time to be retuming-a-tot-o.-unwanted You will see a Christmas items. HOME "Your Complete Home Medical Equipment Dealer" GIFTS CRAFTS CANDLES TS TREES ORNAMENTS Home Oxygen Wheel Chairs Hospital Beds Mobility Aids Bath Room Safety Equipment Walking Aids Incontinent CALL NOW/ LEWISBURG -- Saint l.ouis Annual Christmas Bazaar. De- cember 1 beginning at 9 a.m. Contact: Father Murei, 645- 6966. RONCEVE~I'E -- December 3 -- 7 p.m. Theme: "Ronceverte Christmas Parade." Contact: 647-5233. LEWlSBURG -- December 8 -- 2 p.m.; Theme: "Christmas," Contact: Mike Wyatt, 645-2191 UNION -- Chamber's Children's Dinner, December 15th, 6:30 p.m. at the Fire hall. Watch for your invitation. "Frees are up at IGA and Atlantic Fi- nancial, Union. Contac't: Shane Ashley. 772-5904. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS -- December 8 -- 5 p.m. Theme: "Christmas Trees, Doves of Peace, and Holiday Wreaths." Contact Martha Bowling, 536- 9262 LEWlSBURG -- United Meth- odist Church Bazaar, December 6 beginning at 10 a.m. Lunch begins at 11 a.m. Buckwheat Pancake Dinner will be held from 5 to 7 p,m. Contact: 645- 2727. Give and spend and God will send. -- Old saying. COLLINS' S hamro c k Res tau ran t +Book your Holiday Party at The Shamrock II Call for price I{ Hours: 7-8:30 Open Daily 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. 536-1221 Route 60 East " White Sulpbur Sp6ngs Camera on Located on Rt. 60, 1/2 mile West of Harts Run Exchange 1.64 Exit 175 For the latest in Photographic style Camera One...of course! MARKET 438-9202 60, Charmco, WV 25958 FAIRLEA 645-6480 MARLINTON 799-7171 in a very special way! Visit Our Christmas Shop for: FRESH-CUT SPECIMEN TREES WREATHS & GREENERY POINSETTIAS , AMARYLLIS ORNAMENTS & LIGHTING UNIQUE White Sulphur Springs Nursery, Inc. Route 92, White Sulphur Springs, WV Open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p,m. Monday thru Saturday536-2181 Open your One Valley Bank 1991 Christmas Club Account today Charge your checking account & receive 6% interest Use a weekly coupon book & receive 51/2% interest Either way you'll receive a FREE Holly Snack Jar with your One Valley Bank 1991 Christmas Club deposit of $2 or more FF'~7 Ronctvcrt 100 Maplewood Avenue at Red Oaks Shopping Ctmter 647-E/O0/Lcwisburg Route 219, North 647..5187