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Volunteer Fire Department recipients of service pins for more years of service: Jim Van Meter(left), Bill Turner, Joe Bernie Simmons, John Gherman, and Wayne Pennington. Far :Fireman of the Year Chris White Lewisburg VFD Awards at Annual Banquet firefighters received pins at the Lewisburg Fire Department's an- banquet December 13 at House Restaurant in Gherlnan, who was in- in a house fire in 1986 af- years of service to the de- lent, received a lifetinle pin. Mr Gherman awarded a clock plaque of his work for the menlbers who received pins were Fire Chief Joe ~(16 years), Jim Van Meter Bill Turner (15 years), Bernie Simmons (10 years), As- sistant Chief Wayne Pennington (10 years), Eddie Chattin (7 years), Bobby Cohernour (5 years), Bill Hiseman (5 years), Scottie Teubert (5 years), and David Howard (5 years). Chis "Peanut" White received the "Fireman of the Year" Award. He was given a set of fire fighter's gear and a $50 savings bond. Donations for awards were made by Boggs' Auto Parts, Robbie's Auto Parts, Neathawk's Lumber, and True Value Home Center. [ A New Start A new star on earthl No, she was not a fallen star from Heaven above, but a new star shining before us, in her every- day llfe, Thls star has been blest to live 80 years and most of those years have been fruitful years. She has done exercise ac- claimed by doctors, and research to help people in sickness, and in health. That exercise (I'm sure you have guessed it) is walking! She sets an example before young and old alike. She is known (as I've heard via the Greenbrier Vine) for her visits to the sick, handicapped, and the elderly. She goes on foot most of the time. Another plus from this shining star is her smile and pleasant disposition. A cheerful hello is her greeting in her neighborhood. Aren't they the Ibrtunate people to have her in their citizenship. She also shines by example in her church by doing good deeds. She records the services and takes these tapes to shut-ins. This shining star picks up the mail for those who can't get to the post-office. Her community has no home mail delivery. What a blessing this earthly star is to so many in so many ways. She hasn't time for idleness, she is letting her 'little light shine' to guide others by her actions, not by gossip or prejudice. "I have to be busy," she said. "I'm the kind who can't sit down." She also volunteers an average of 20 hours a month at the Committee on Aging's Senior Citizens' Center. There she sets tables, serves meals, cleans tables and washes dishes. She was the first person in the town to volunteer her help at the Center. That was in 1982. I have eaten there. Those ladies are good homemakers and tradi- tional cooks. December 1981, I was gi~,en the same memorial award as was Nellie in 1990. 1 am so proud Nellie Dietz of Rupert was Continued From Page 4-A Editor: of all, I would like to all of you who have given to keep the Food Locker on over the last eight , The individuals, clubs and and the seven have seen the need shown their love and for the less fortunate m ~ities for which the Locker is responsible. We serving over 500 family ~or about I .650 individuals. to acld more people of our services almost !Week. The largest group in is the elderly on fixed in- We are also delivering of groceries to the three citizens apartment build- Ill the Lewisburg area. second largest group we is low income families. families work hard to a ends meet and would find harder if we did not help With food items. third group is the unem- Most of these people are workers or people mov- the area hoping to find There is a large gray area who need assistance country; it is between the state or federal assls- programs leav9 off and families are able to make own. We are trying to 'this area but it is not easy, is growing ever wider each was not enough to con- With, we are now paying for the groceries we give week. In the past few food prices have gone up 4 per cent and are go up another 7 per cent because of the gaso- increases. We can not this most needed out- IninistW without financial assistance. We are who will decide the con- of the Food Locker. a blessed Christmas and New Year. Gary Waple, Director Lewisburg Who makes the most practical tractors? Last year, more value-minded farmers picked Massey-Ferguson than any other make. In fact, one of every five tractors now sold in the Western World is an M-F. Which makes Massey-Ferguson the Western World's largest tractor manutacturer. One ot the big reasons for this popularity is the great value ol the 50-90 PTO hp line el M-F 300 Series tractors. Practical choices. ~M&uuflct~rtr ~ r=ted I~I'0 horl,po*er All mode}l I~l~;iabie v. ith 2 or 4.,L heel drive. So~e cmn be e~lpp'd f~r 9, ~(=~ Ro~ Crop or Lo~ Prcfde appIi,tt,ol~s. !1 202 W. Edgar Ave., Ronceverte ... a lasting gift for all the world. 647-5440 HI)MF C[NIIR HOME DECORATING CENTER i Holiday Spe, :,al .I In Stock Stainmaster C.arpet $8.95 sq. yd. Installat, on Available W. Washington Street Monday lhru Saturday VV.Va. 8 am to 5 pm Roberta Patton Rodgers chosen to accept the James F. Zabrick Memorial Award this December 5th presented by the Greenbrier County Community Services Council. The award is so named for the late Jim Zab- rick, a director of the council in the 1970s. Each recipient receives a per- sonal plaque. Mine hangs in my library, another is hung in Hu- mana Hospital in Fairlea. So Nellie and everyone can see and be proud of their volunteers. I'm ashamed to say I forgot the surprise honorary Christmas dinner this year as my reminder was on the mirror over my desk, and I was in bed (doctor's orders from having too many irons in the fire!} My imaginary flowers to all of you this Christmas is a reminder that "the gift of self is the great- est gift of all"! A blessed Christmas to each of you. CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 122 NORTH COURT ST. LEWISBURG, 24901 647-5724 The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 20, 1990 5A Michael Edds New Pastor of WSS Pentecostal Holiness Church The Pentecostal Holiness Church in White Sulphur Springs announce the selection of its new pastor, Reverend Mi- chael Edds. Reverend Edds re~ placed Reverend James Black who is in KJngsport, Tennessee. Reverend Edds, formerly of Saint Albans, is married to Jean Loughman Edds and is the fa- ther of two sons, Joshua age four and Benjamin age two. Mrs Edds is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. For several years, she was an investigator for the De- partment of Justice in Washing- ton. Reverend Edds is a graduate of West Virginia State College and the West Virginia College of Graduate Studies. He has'served in a variety of pastoral capaci- ties. His secular work includes eight years as a Community Education director for Kanawha County Schools, director of the Kanawha County Juvenile De- tention Center, and most re- cently as Executive Director ol the Kanawha County Housing and Redevelopment Authority. IR IL I1= IL II:q[ 1111,C if": SALON Serving you, for over five years, we have make many new friends. At this time we would like to say THANK YOU. During the holidays, we all want to look our best, but we're afraid to spend that little extra for ourselves, were here to help. With quality hair care, and products we offer: * Perms with cut & style $24.00 (some slightly higher, long hair Special wraps etc.) * Wash - Cut - Style $9.50 * Express Cut $6.00 (Hair must be clean) We hope this little jesture will make your holiday brighter. Remember Christ the reason for the season, our hope for tomorrow Call Sharon Piercy or Cathy Chieffo 645-1072 Church St. Plaza Sharon L. 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