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2A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 29, 1990 Family-Style... Continued from Page 1-A Mrs ttutchison's sister and brother-in-law, Nora arid Joey Dunn, are partners in the busio hess. Both couple's lamilies--a total of 14 representing lout gen- erations-help with tile weekend cooking, serving, and cleaning. Tile ladies decorated tile two dining rooms, dubbed the "Mountaineer Room" and the "Fireside Room," and the men are busy planning to add addi- tional space onto the house to increase the 50-seat capacity to an eventual 125. The couple said they drew re- spiration for the restaurant from The Home Place, a family-style restaurant In Catawba, Virginia. Parties sit at their own private tables and pass contamers of fo~ from one individual to art other at their own tables. Mountain View Fantily Dining has no set menu. Turkey is served at every table, and roast beef and sugar-cured country ham are available by request. A number of vegetables are served. in addition to macaroni salad, sourdough bread, biscuits, round cake, and ice cream. The restaurant is open for supper Friday and Saturday and lor din- tier Sullday a|'ternoon. Mr tlutchison has worked in a variety of capacities at a nunlber of restaurants throughout Vir- ginia and West Virginia, includ- ing tile General I.ewis Inn in Le- wisburg and the Albemarle Hotel and Farnlington County Club in Charlottesville, Virginia. fie has I~en all employee of the West Virginia Department of Highways tar 13 years. High Style... Continued from Page 1-A "We feel it's important to have a part of guiding students into career paths," Mr Stoner said. "If a student becomes interested in one of our career areas as a re- sult of our visits to the campus, then we're glad to able to help. The Greenbrier is based on people from the Greenbrier Val- ley staffing the hotel, and it's good we can help in that proc- ess." TIRED OF LEFTOVERS? LOOK FOR LEFTOVERS MADE OVER PLUS OTHER RECIPES. Nutritional and household hints - good Christmas gift Available at: Open Book, Lewisburg * Terminal Drug, Rainelle Coal House, White Sulphur Springs Or Contact Author: qMTla C. Wallace PO Box 846 Lewisburg, WV. 24970 * 645-3414 ii 645-STAR IDrum Major.. 1 Continued from New Craftsmen 1- Selected By State formances are for home games. In addition to the seven home games this year, the band per- formed at games played at Vir- ginia Tech and the University of Pittsburgh. Miss Brockway served the Greenbrier East High School Band as baritone section leader during her senior year. and as drum major during her senior year. "The East band greatly pre- pared me," she said. "The disci- pline was a tremendous help-- it's helpful in all aspects of life as well." "q'he East band is well-known, too. A lot of band people, when I tell them where 1 went to high school, say, "Oh, you went to Greenbrier East? That's a great band there.'" Miss Brockway's brother Ric- hie graduated from WVU last spring, where he played in tile band's drum line during his sophomore, junior, and senior years. Miss Brockway is working lor a degree in advertising. She is tile daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Brockway of White Sulphur Springs. Her grandpar- ents are Mrs. and Mrs Maurice Simmons of Bartow and Mrs Dorothy Locke of Southbridge, Massachusetts. Messiah... Continued from Page 1-A Robert Morris from Glenville is the bass soloist. He Is a mem- ber of the Larry Parson Chorale and has appeared as a featured soloist with the Cleveland Cham- ber Orchestra and the West Vir- ginia Symphony. He studied voice at West Virginia University. Jeff Bryant. band director at Greenbrier East High School. will play trumpet accompani- ment. Mr Bryant is well known for his leadership of the local high school band and for their winning national recognition. Members of the chorus in- clude: Barbara Burdette, Dcbra B. tledrick, Amy Johnson. Dorcas Mitchell, Ginger Nelson. [~mhel Pat- tison, Margaret Allen, Nancy Cham- bers, Pauline Coffman, Mary Collins, Beverly A. Crosson, Betsy Degges, Patti Gnffton, Miriam Knight, Libby Kokoff, Marjorie MeDowell, Vivian R. Pranulis, Donna W. Ream, Shelli Whipple, larry Davis, Tim liolbrook, Marta l~mley, Charles McClung, Sevente&l new West Virginia craftspeople have been discov- ered in the lall jurying for in the Cultural Center. Santas from around the world, "scratch" bears, Ininiature schoolhouses and general stores, and "Scent from Heaven" body powders are just a few of the new items avail- able this" season. On October 12 a panel com- posed of Ann Contois, glass art- ist from Hamlin; Lynn Creamer, weaver from Lewisburg; and Norm Sartorius, woodworker from Parkersburg selected the new craftspeople to add to the list of several hundred already marketing their work through The Shop. "Mountain Elves," alias Patri- cia MeCarty of Colfax, provide us with a look at Santa Claus from other countries and times past. Ms McCarty's interest grew from her mother's collection of an- tique Santas. A fascination for folklore from other countries prompted research and the crea- tion of these collectibles. One-of- a-kind dolls are created from commercial clay, wood, and cloth maehe'. Mink, fox, and rabbit are used as natural trims. The beards are made of horse hair or sheep wool. Figures rang- ing from 6" - 24" are signed, dated and numbered. Who can resist a teddy bear? Especially when it's one of Dorothy Albaugh's "scratch" bears (named because they are made from scratch of course!). Each Cuddly 24" bear has its own personality and comes in a variety of colors. Made in Dun- bar, these "huggables" come in male or female versions. Randall Taylor stays up nights in his Scott Depot studio, because the ideas for his mini- attires won't let him sleep. "I just have to get tip and go work on it when an idea comes to me," says Mr Taylor. Currently available in The Shop are a General Store (complete to the light bulbs in the fixtures), a one-room school- house (with a tiny paper airplane grounded just shy of the teacher's desk), a blacksmith shop, and a pub. A popular new addition comes from Karen Hath of Huntington. "Scent from Heaven" makes natural body powders from a cornstarch base with natural Cathy Miller, James Morgan, Jim Jasmine, Lavender, Rose Musk I I~"l]'~]Jl ~ Scott, Kit Staunton, Ton] Zimmcr- and Sweet Vanilla oils. ~,~~J~'~I~ t~1 "man,Burdette,PdehardCharlesD. BrockwaY,A. Goddard,C" P. Other new offerings include Hanna W. Kirk, William Lemley, stained, handblown and cut ~'--~a ~ ~ Daniel M. Perry, and Paul Rose. glass, knitted items, crocheted collars, carved wooden spoons, { t-shirts and maple syrup prod- VCRs-TVs-STEREOs Fiber Network___ ucts. A selection of books and music by West Virginians is also Sale Slated available. Traditional toys and APPLIANCEs-FURNITURE children's books are abundant. Fiber Network Guild will have The Shop, will extend its NO Down Payment • NO Credit Check Its annual "Open House" sale at hours for the holiday season. O December 3 through 23, hours the Artisan's Cabin north of Un- Order By Phone i 50% Cash Buyoul Same Day Delivery Service Included Ion. on December 1, 10 a.m. to 3 will be 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. weekdays • Brand Name Products • No Long Term Obligationsl p.m. Handwoven articles, pottery and 1 - 5 p.m. weekends. Christ- and other crafted articles will be mas Eve hours are 9 a.m. - 5 rlanle,.. "-" Star-"'" 11 ' HillWaker°binGallerYwillhave its annual "Open ]" '1 -. Will Open House Wakerobin Gallery in Forest SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Open: Rentals House" Saturday, December I, ] In State $14,84 ] Mon-Thurs 10-7 Next 158 Seneca Trail i0 J~. from I0 a.m. to 5 p.m, Pottery, lln State Senior Citizens $13,78[ Friday 10-8 Gacld's IGA Fairlea, WV ~ paintings and Appalachian [ In State Students $11.1$19 mos.) | Saturday 9-6 Crafts will be available. Refresh- ] Out-of-State $15.00 [ " Minimum 2 week Rental 645-7827 ~" ments will be served. Marcia | $I discount to Senior Citizens | ~ Springston, potter. I Mountain Messenger [ r I 122 N. Court Street [ 647-5724 PON-I Starting At ASq.Yd. 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Parucle at 7 p.m. tion 647-5233 Pearl S. Buck Birthplace In Hillsboro. has 21 autographed books on special orders to Libby Rexrode, Box 238, Marlinton. 2.1954. Amahl And The Night Visitors Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg, Saturday, December 8, at ,q p.m, mission $8 adults~S7 seniors and students. "lb reserve call 645-7917. Holiday receplion admission S2 adults~S1 dren, Jollowing perfornlance. Handel's Messiah Perjbrn~ed by the Greenbrtur Communit!j Cl~oms, conducted Barbara Wygal, Carnegie Hall, Letvisburg, Sundatj 3 p.m. No" "admission" charg6. For additional m]brnmtion, ! (304)645- 7917. Christmas Bazaar December 1, Liberty Baptist Church on Hoqfi~aggle Road, 10' 5 p.m. Crofts, baked goods, cake walks. Also serving chili, beans and corn bread, hotdogs, drinks and dessert. All to tile Youth Center. Lewisburg United Methodist Church Christmas Tree Lane Bazaar Thtwsday, December 6, a.m. Handmade crafts and baked goods jar sale. tar high youth groups will have special items ,/or sale too. eon servedJ'rom 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Methodist meu their annual pancake supperjrom 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, White Sulphur Springs, Saturday. and Wednesday, December 5, 8:20 a.m. Rosary recitatio~ the 8 a.m. daily Mass. "Good GrieF' A support group jar divorce, death, loss o, separation ofi ones, will meet Thursday, December 6, 7 p.m., Tuke Hall, Thomas Episcopal Church, White Stdphur Springs. All are carrie. White Sulphur Springs Chamber of Commerce Meets Monday, December 3, 7 p.m. in tire, Council City Hall. Pence Springs Hotel The weekly square dances at the Pence .Springs flotel cancelled until further notice. i Denied By West As a result of a March, 1989 U. S. Supreme Court ruling, the Department of Tax and Revenue has received many amended tax returns requesting personal in- come tax refunds. In the Davis vs. Michigan case the court ruled that states could not treat federal civil service retirees dif- ferently than state civil service retirees for income tax purposes. As a result of this decision, the Personal Income Tax law was amended in 1989 allowing fed- eral civil service retirees the same $2000 decreasing modifi- cation allowed to state civil serv- ice retirees for the 1988 tax year. A decision on years prior to 1988 was withheld to allow additional time to study the decision. In June of 1990, the U. S. Supreme Court provided further guidance on the retroactive na- ture of Davis in tow decisions, McKesson Corporation vs Divi- sion of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco, No 88-192, and Ameri- can Trttckmg AssociatiOO vs. Smith, No. 88-325. wording in these Department of "l'zL'~ and has determined that years prior to 1988 that quested as a result of vs. Michigan decisior} warranted and thus In October. the sent a notice of denial person who had filed a sonal income t&x returr~ suit of the Davis case 1985. 1986 and/or years. The notice outlined basis for making the sion. It also payer regarding the be followed if he or she appeal the denied clai# vided a document to be the Department to appeal. The documerlt filed within 60 days date of receipt, Enter the magic world of the dolphins Annual Edition 1990 "Lead me"-the Dolphins The first m a three-part series created exclusi~ el) for the S~ arm ski Collectors Societ) and available 1o members onl), This edition is not for direct sale bot ma) be ordered through the Sociel). lf?ou are nor alread} a member, please ask for detailed information on all the benefit.,, of ~)cie~ membership and ho~ to jam. ",xa. GOOD - GOOD - APPEAR IN THE MOUNTAIN CONTACT OUR SALES TODAY. 647-5724,