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6B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 29, 1990 DEC 2nd-8th ARIES - March 2t/April 20 You may be confused about several i~sues over the weekend---try to get them solved soon. Try to whittle down the week's work, fbr it's a time when you just can't accomplish as tnuch as usual. But don't wtnTy, tile cautiou will do you good. Good luck comes your way on Friday. I'AURUS - April 21/May 21 Ihis week is ,,,cry busy. There is a lot on your mind due to tile holiday and you are thoroughly enjoying it. On l]mrsday be prepared tor unex- pected visitors; their presence will be the highlight of this week's eVClltS, GEMINI - May 22/June 21 Problems at home might interfere with what you have to do elsewhere; you'll find it difficult to keep your mind on things. If you are trying to fiuish outstanding work or business, it may be a fi'ustrating week, But don't hesitate to leave work unlinished; it will prove to be worth your while. CANCER - June 22/July 22 All is in y(mr fiwor this week. Make sure you keep things (nganized; they could get a bit out of control. |:amily and ohl friends play an iml~rtant role in )our social life. Opportunity springs up ou Tuesday. i.EO - July 23iAugust 23 Ahhough you are usually ready' to part with money, you'll probably be feeling resentful about having to do so this week. This feeling could lead to arguments. People who owe you money will keep you waiting for it. "lhe 7th could be a lucky day. VIR(;O - August 24tSept 22 "lhi:~ weekend is better for play titan for work---you have been doing a lot lately and deserve a break! "Fake a firm line if anyone is trying to unload their responsibilities on you. Ille holiday season is bringing you a lot of social activity. !,i B RA - September 23/Oct 23 You may have to interrupt important matters to deal with trivialities this week. By Friday or Thursday there SCORPIO - October 24/Nov 22 Best to wait until the end of the week if you want to have a discussion with a friend, as he or she may not be in a position to make lirm conunitments now. Get as much work done belbre mid-week; it will be more difficult to complete later. Don't puVotl" corre- spondence; sonleolle iS expecting It) heat from you. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 2 I Keep hopes and expectations on a tight leash this week, because you may be overlooking something. There is good luck coming your way but it's best to maintain a low profile. Thursday will be a lucky day, CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 lye your almost 1o bring reason to )'our emotional reactions this week, otherwise you may say and do tile wrong things. Donq allow yourself to be the victim of prejudices. Tllis ts a better week for manual jobs rather than deskwork; you'll Ihld tile latter particularly tedious. AQUARIUS - January 21/Feb 18 This will be an odd week for you. There is a lot going on socially and yo14 have many things to gel done belore the holiday begins. But enioyment and accomplish- ment are your main objectives this week. PISCES - February 19/March 20 During most of this week, because of the moon's presem aspects and loca- tion in the heavens, you'll be ultra- sensitive to the vibrations which exist around you. You'll react too much to other ~ople's moods, and probably take wlmt they say tt~ seriously. Your birtbday this week TilE NEXT 12 MONTilS With harmonious aspects ill the heavens right now, you are /k:eling less couluscd and insecure; however, it will be necessary ibr you to Ica~ to make more demands, especially over career or joint financial issues. is a new issue to deal with; but you Look to tile future and try not ta are in good shape and will handle it dwell on recent setbacks. Revive an well. All events this week will prove old ambiiion because you have site- to be profitable experiences, tess in your future. ...... West Virginia Our Home: Danny Morgan, Valleda Dunbar, Mike Helner, aason Massle, Cindy Fields, Brenda Sheppard, Allison Holliday, Valery Graham, Matt Ftsk, Candi Holliday. Ronceverte Sixth-Graders Present Halloween Play Mr Morgan's 6th grade class recently presented a play "The Witch with the Golden Broom" for the entertainment of the Ron- ceverte Elementary Pro. Starring in the play were Mike Hefner, Jason Massle and Val- leda Dunbar as the CATS. Alli- son Holllday and Valery Graham were the witches. Brenda Shep- pard played the title roll as the witch on the Golden Broom. The Owl was played by Candi Holli- day. Also helping back stage was Cindy Fields as the prompter. Danny Morgan working the cur- tain, and Matt Fisk was the Nar- rator. Friends Of Ronceverte Library Hold Book Sale At Mall The Friends of the Ronceverte Library held their monthly meet- ing at the Library November 19 with 14 members present. The book sale. which was held at the Mall in October, realmed $497. The posters contest win- ners were on display at the Mall at the same time and the win- ners were : first place, April Kirk; second place, Jay Pence; third place. Robin Walton. The library is again selling candles for the luminaries for Christmas Eve for 20 cents each. Children story time is held ev- ery Thursday at the library with 19 children participating from various communities. Barbara Smith, Woman's Club chairman of the Pearl Buck Foundation gave a report on the books which we will sell at the Library. Friends of the Library are making it possible for a tutor- student team to participate in the Laubach Literacy Program in Greenbrier County that will help adults improve their reading skills. A book revue was given by Colleen Walton on the frontier life book written by Allen W. Eckart, "Wilderness Empire." If you like the Mountain Messenger Please thank our advertisers Helen Woodward Holly, ilex aquifolium (aquifoli- aceae), is a familiar decorative green used during winter holi- days. The evergreen mountain holly grows wild in Europe and the United States. Popularity has led to its now widespread cultivation. The use of holly in the home can be traced back to the Druids in England and the festival of Saturnalia observed by the Ro- mans, Holly was a sacred herb for the Druids. They brought boughs of the plant into their homes during winter to provide a safe and warm place for the "little people" and woodland spirits who were believed to live in the branches. While in Rome, presents were sent and ex- changed among the .people with holly branches attached. This midwinter celebration, also known as the Yule, occurs on the shortest day of the year when the Sun moves into zero degrees Capricorn. From these beginning uses of holly, the plant became known as an herb of protection. Planted around the home it guards against lightening, poison and evil spirits. It Is used in Yule decorations in the home to pro- mote good luck and is carried or worn for the same reason pecially by men. as holly sidered a masculine hedera helix (araliaceaeL feminine good luck guarding against ne disaster. Holly leaves have as a tea substitute. they are a mild diuretic cleanse the systein of careful of the holly they are poisonous cause vomiting. Altl thrushes and them all the time, small children not to eat berries for they will very sick, A little magic is pleasant addition to days. To make your come true, very quietly day after midnight, smooth holly leaves, in a white cloth and tie together with nine this under your pillow your true dreams. Editor's Note: These are intended for poses only. They are not to treat, diagnose or nor to be considered as a tute for professional care. Cindy Fields, Heath Bennett, Ashley Rodgers, Danny Morgan, Candi Holliday. Ronceverte Grade Class Officers at M;o M::gera~': 61thel ,.,,. cently had an election cmlians~ who would repre~ i Presideat oSft tUhd:cr~uCilu.t The class went throu~ S, steps of an election to I government works. The first had to file their int~ run for the office of ,. council. Then they ran paign for one week. At the week each was glv~ portunity to speak to td i , and answer questions..~ the ballots were passed voting began. ~M'ter tabulattag the V This Friday, Nov. 30th At 6:00 PM (Back Parking Lot Of Fairgrounds) winners were: Ashley' had received the most v~ Live Entertainment By: was elected Council Members Of Faidea Baptist Church Choir; Greenbrier East Band; Santa Claus & The Lights ~ CandlHeath Holllday,Bennett'andCindYDal CUT ME OUT AND TAKE ME ALONG gan were elected to the c , , i" I subscription tO I Mountain Mes l Subscription .It I In State: $14.' i In State Senior [ $13.78 I InState Stu I $11A3 (9r I Out of State : [ Out of State Citizens $I i [ Mountain Me.' ] 122 N. Court YOUR LIGHTING GUIDE TO THE FAIRGROUNDS J I OTHER MERCHANTS AND PROFESSIONALS WHO DONATED TO THE EXTRA LIGHTING- JIM McCUTCHEON, Man Landco Wholesale Co. Blue Grass Electric One Valley Bank "The Bank for All Of West Virginia". Fairlea EXXon Dr. Richard |rli Marshall . Dr. Robert Catdwell Dr. John Echols , Dr. Marry Srnith-Fairlea Immediate Care Co. Crawford s, Greenbrier Motors Town " "" -" "" House Motel Gadd s IGA Heilig Meyers. Appalchian Electronics Colony House Greenbrier Jewelers FOR BROCHURES,.,^,,& INf * Trees & Bushes at Back Gate by: Fairlea Merchants Association- Candy Canes & Snow Flakes. 647, Refreshments for Sale provided by Fairlea Fire Dept. wives: Hot Chocolate, Coffee, & Hot Cider AI#I R/IIE IV'