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12A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 6, 1990 Saturday, December 8, 1990 10:30 A.M. From Covington Take i-64 to Exit 3 (Callaghan).Take Rt. 159, i0.6 miles, near Hermatite Grocery. From White Sulphur, WV - South on RI, 311 to Rt. 159, approximately 11 miles. WATCH FOR SIGNS R~al Estate: Tract I . Attention horse lovers!! One story house situated on approximately 114- acres~ 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, eat-in kitchen, and bath. Heated with oil furnace or wood/coal stove. Accessible attic and partial basement. The property also has a nice barn, double garage, grape arbor and fruit trees. Mostly open pasture. ~- Approximately 5.3 acres. Across Rt. 159 from Tract t. Septic system report available day of sale, SOLD SUBJECT TO OWNER,S CONFIRMATION AT VEHICLES: 1948 CHEVROLET FLEETMASTER 4 DOOR SEDAN 1967 PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR SEDAN I973 PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR SEDAN SATELLITE D!SH - Unimesh w/General Instrument Video Cipher II 2400R receiver. drawers; Depression era dresser w/3-way mirror: Glassware includes pressed glass, milk glass & china. PreSSed glass punch bowl w/12 cups, candy compotes, cruet, 6:place setting of china made in Japan w/serving pieces, Royal Haeger vase, Cuckoo clock, silverptated flat- ware, silverplated cream & sugar, figurines, ceramic Christmas tree, afghans, records, book of 50 Norman Rockwetl's favorite prints, old disc. APPLIANCES, FURNITURE & MISCELLANEOUS: Hotpoint (like new) almond refrigerator w/ice & water dispen~r (no frost), Hot- point almond diShwaSher (like new), large Coldspot chest freezer, Maytag automatic washer, Kenmore dryer, Hotpoint electric range, maple double bed, twin beds, maple desk, cedar lined wardrobe, 3 piece sectional sofa, 2 recliners, 2 rocking chairS, kitchen table & chairs, metal storage cabinets, metal file cabinet/safe combination, safe, cedar chest, Singer electric sewing machine in nice cabTnet, Silvertone electronic organ, maple end tables, coffee tables, book cases, gun cabinet (6 gun), radlo/stereo/8 jrack player console, elec~ tric fans, electric heater, exercise bike, very large wood box, vacuum cleaners, storage cabinets, radios, adding machine, Midland Walkie/Talkies, Mr. Coffee, ToasterOven, iron mixers, crock pot, vi- sion cookware, pyrex, miscellaneous dishes and glassware, electric skillets, pressure cooker, large All American pressure cooker, pots & pans, make-up mirror, blankets, bedspreads, bed linens, wall mirrors, lamps, pictures, metal porch chairs, canning lars, and Western hal ~_AR PENTER & GARDEN TooLs & EoU'~PMENT; Craftsman drill press, moving base for milling machine, band saw, bench grinder, table saw, I/2 hp electric reversible motOr (like new), Craftsman cir- cular saw sharpener and filing vise, 2-riding lawn mowers, 20" self- propelled mower, 5 hp Wards tiller w/lay-off plow, Homelite leaf blower, gasoline irrigation pump on wheels, 2-wheel barrows, come- along, mole traps, fertilizer spreader & seeder, tree pruners, drop cor- ds, hoses, ventilating fan, extn. ladder, bug fight, old cane apple Picker, metal farm gate, shovels, rakes and many good hand tools. Personal Property - Day of Sale. Rea~state. 10% down- Balance on delivery of deed within 30 days. Personal property - morning of sale. 703-862"4539 Or 703-862-1404 for appointment. FOOD WILL BE SERVED. BY Smoot Junior Honor Grade 7 Gregory Wayne Tharp Roberta Faye Helmick Jerry Wayne Morris Aleasa Sue Parker Amanda Louann Martin April Dawn Bennett Grade 8 Erika Nlcole Henson Jeremy Michael Reed "llmrman Acy Workman Tricia Evelyn Malus Carrie Lynn Rodgers Jamie Farrah Akers High School Roll Norma Lee Lytle Jeannette Nlcole Carr ChaJldra Llewellyn Bryant Grade 9 qoy Matthew Hunter Sean Thomas Keesee Tara Marie Tuckwlller] Linda Lee hill Candace Dolleen Clay Billie Jo Gray Melissa Lee Bryant Marly Alan Holliday Ryan Hamilton Keesee Wesley Clark Riddle Heather Diane Boggess Darren James Cohenour , lb. cut, wrapped & frozen Sold on hanging weight Meat Dressing Caldwell, WV 645-7861 OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK WE WELCOME FOOD STAMPS e Too bad that guy didn't see you when he was backing out of the cro~:led parking lot at the mall. Now your car is in the repair shop and you're stranded. Call U-Save Auto Rental. We'll have you wheeling around to .n in no time at all in a dependable and economical car. We'll bet you'll like our car as your own! Your Home Town Car Rental Company DEC 9th-15th ARIES - March 21/April 20 With work and holiday preparations, it's difficult to take things slowly, bu! you are able to handle the load well. Look l\nward to some short trips. Good ideas are sprinkled in your path. Work will bring a bonus, so Dm'll have more cash Ibr holiday shopping. }:riday is tile best day of the week for ronlautic dates, 'I'AI;ItUS - April 211May 21 You'll soon hear from people whom you have Ilot heard ti'oHI ill a Io|lg lime ]hi.', weekend, ellteltaintllellt will be exciting. You have every- thing well under comrol this week, and linancial luck may be heading you[ way, GEM|N| - ~,ia) 22/June 21 Looks like a htirly quiet weekend, just the thing It) give you the energy Ior upcoming activities! Your home atmosphere is happy, t:hll the Ibrlh- coming IL'sUve season will be expen- sive. CANCER - June 22/July 22 A good week to finalize deals invohmg large sums of money, such as ti~e purchase eta new house. There's extra work from mid-week onwards. You'll enjoy close, rapport with coworkers, and discussions about topics of mutual interest, Some thrilling news is likely this weekend. LEO - July 23/August 23 t)n Saturday, restrain the imptdsc to spend too lavishly; your generosity could go leo thr. For mothers, every- thing concerning children takes on a lovelier tone. You dou'l have much time or energy to spare tbr friends, so it shouldn'~ bother you thai they're not clamoring lbr your c9l'~- pany aow, VIRGO - August 24/Sept 22 Special people are openly and pri- vately proud of you. 'Fheir warmth will prod your talents. With such a buoyant, self-confident mood, you mtght take on too much responsibili- ty around midweek. LIBRA - September 23/Oct 23 This weck will not be uncvenlful; dramatic happenings will develop and bring sudden changes for you. You feel more conlident about the prospects tbr ambitious a,ms you've been keeping to Don't neglect to do what done at ht)me betbre taking a 1~ SCORPIO - Octot It seems that you can't put the wrong place this world is intact. There goldcn opporluniiies either cially or socially, and looks happy ! S&(iI'H'ARIIJS - NoV l!arly this week, other peol~h going to bc directing and your social life. Wednesday, lind itllcresl ill a new allbir. there are signs that ','ou'll be upwards; but there are also turns of increased Ihmily bilities. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 You are on top of the world week---your ctliciency will peak. On Wednesday, increased responsibilities with the utmost confidence. company will be especial able throughout most AQUARIUS -Ja .y 21/ You'll relish being whalc*cr's happening on a scale this week. Friends tires are in a very social you will probably do a lot raining. PISCES - February New and more litllilling work to be present in your career Don't go too liar with you may go ovcrboard. Be yourself no~. Current lunar mean that travel is likely, with new adventures in the air. Your birthday this TltE NEXT 12 If you want to make changes i home, plan them carelully out costs before startin probably aware that some kind of a career change t near future. You may have some serious decisions, bul results will be excellent This co,nmg year is going to exciting one! Osteopaths Reveal NeW In observance of the osteo- medical care will be palhic profession's centennial in through 1992 and in line with the theme local public and private "Osteopathic Medicine: A Cen- The "Care-A-Van" staff tury of Making a Difference," the provide education on A.merican Osteopathic Assocla- to all those screened. tton (AAO) has revealed plans lor In addition to a new medical screening across cal screening, the the nation, plans to collect Commencing in early summer relative to: predOl 1991 and continuing throughout healthcare problems 1992. the profession will provide populations; barrie ,baseline healthcare screenings" healthcare resources; arid to America's medically underser- tunities for both red populations. Mobil medical rate development units, dubbed "Care-A-Vans." resources. will travel throughout the coun- Across the nation try. Ixmal volunteer osteopathic which represents ~or physicians, students, interns, 29.600 osteopathic and resktents will staff the vans promotes the public during visits to both ntral and courages scientific inner city locales, acts as the Wherever possible, screened for osteopathic individuals who need additional colleges. 1990 DODGE CARAVAN .LE Pkg. V-6, long wheel base. 7 passenger .......................... $1 7,995 1990 DODGE CARAVAN 7 pass., V-6, low miles ............................................................. $14,995 1989 DODGE CARAVAN 7 pass., LE Package ............................................................... $13,495 1989 GRAND CARAVAN loaded with extras, include rear air ...................................... $14,495 1989 CARAVAN SE V-6, air ................................................................................... $10,995 1988 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN LE Package, V-6, 7 pass., loaded .......................................... $13,995 BARGAIN BOX 1986 PONTIAC FIERO ................... . ..... $5.395 1985 CHEVY CHEVETTE.2 IN STOCKS3,195 1985 FORD ESCORT ........................... $3,995 1985 CHEVY SPECTRUM ................... $4,695 1984 FORD TEMPO ............... . ............. $-3,995 1982 CHEVY CHEV ETTE .................... $3,295 BARGAIN BOX 1990 DODGE SHADOW-Shelby Performance Package, very limited Production....$11,995 1990 CHEVY LUMINA-V-6, air, loaded w/options ................................................ $13,995 1988 MERCURY COUGAR XR-7- auto, air, loaded ............................................ $11,895 1988 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER- 4 door, air, power windows & locks ................ $8,995 1988 CHRYSLER CONQUEST TSl-toaded w/options, new tires, extra sharp ....... $9,995 1987 MERKUR XR4TI - autm air, leather interior ..................................................... $7,995 1987 CHEVY CELEBRITY CL-V-6, auto, loaded, extra sharp ................................ $6,995 1986 OLDSMOBILE NINETY EIGHT- auto, air, sharp .......................................... $6,995 1986 FORD MUSTANG - a ....................................................................... $4,295 1982 CHRYSLER FIFTH AVENUE- auto, air, loaded ............................................ $4,995 TRUCKS 1990 DODGE W-150 - 318 engine, 4x4, 8ft. bed, 4 spd,air ................................... $15,495 1990 DAKOTA LE-6 1/2 bed, air, power windows & door locks, 40,000 miles ...... $14,995 1989 DODGE Wl00 - 4x4, 4 spd, manual, air. 8 ft. bed ....................................... $13,995 1988 FORD F250 4)(4 - 5 spd., air, long bed, cruise, tilt ....................................... $12,995 1988 CHEVY C1500 4X4 - manual trans., long bed ............................................... $9,495 1988 DODGE RAM 50-topper, extra sharp, custom interior .................................... $7,995 ...................... air...: ................................ : ............................... $9,495 1988 FORD BRONCO II - air, Eddie Bauer Pkg ................................................... $11,295 1987 DODGE RAIDER - 4)(4. 5 spd., air ................................................................ $8,495 1984 JEEP SCRAMBLER- 4X4. excellent shape, no rust ...................................... $6,995 1984 CHEVY S-10 - extended cab, 4X4 .................................................................. $4,995 1973 CHEVROLET EXPLORER MOTOR HOME .............................................. $5,995 1964 FORD DUMPTRUCK - 1 ton, nice shape ...................................................... $3,495 I U.S. 219 NORTH AT LEWISBURG CITY LIMITS 645-4137 U.S. 219 SOUTH AT FAIRLEA 645-1010 Worker Ann Waddy is Thumb Worker for munity Services. Ms receptionist, office sists the volunteers Clothing Store and cations for various Ms Waddy has Green Thumb nmnity Services 1989. The Green Tlat~ gram is a Senior Service Employm funded by a grant Department of Thumb's mission is to the social and tion of older rooting employment opportunities for older and to place people nity service jobs sary for rural that often go budget or Union The Union High the SADD (Stud~ Driving Drunk} held its first race school Instead of officers, it was committee from the was later decided ricers: a treasurer. porter. Treasurer Is Dunbar and Nichols. The appreciate the any parent area business mative stages.