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THE POCAHONTAS TIMES-J______UNE3 , 1982--Page 11 ppy 30th Anniversary, Cueball and Squirt v. you... your support in the PERRYN B. FLEMING i i i L In Memory In memory of my Mother, Mrs. Pearl Tallman, who passed away May 28, 1965. Sleep with Jesus, Mother Take thy rest God called you home For He knoweth best Someday I will meet you, Mother Where there will be no sickness or death. Missed by, Daughter, Freda Nelson, Newark, Ohio Proud-Footnotes !would sincerely llke to thank the 648 County Democrats for their and vote of confident. While for the House of Delegates I was to meet many Pocahontas Countians lasting friendships. It has been experience for both my wife I myself. We have thoroughly enjoyed around Pocahontas County, the wonderful people and view- :the beautiful countryside. Carolyn and truly been enriched by your Pocahontas County friends will be us soon because I want to thank many of you for your I hope Pocahontas County gets it needs and truly BILL PROUDFOOT. Note of Thanks I want to thank everyone for all the support and kindness to me while I was a patient in the hospital, l will always remember and love you all very much. Elizabeth Cook Thank You We, the parents of the Middle School Band of Marlinton, would like to express our sincere thanks for all the hard work and con- cern from Dean Gorby for our children this year. Thanks a lot Parents of Marlinton Middle School Band Wanted Housekeeper, to live in, care for one elderly person, prepare two meals a day. Guy Bembrick 5-27-2 799-4797 Wanted Need babysitter in my home five days a week. 5-27-2 456-4710 Property Wanted Country minister wants location for hunting trailer around Seneca Forest - Dunmore area. Buy or rent. AI Meadows Box 77, Seth, WV 25181 6-3-2 Ph. 837-3414 Wanted Someone to harvest 20 acres of hay located on Watoga Road, 2 miles from Hunterevil]e. See 6-3-3 Clarence McComb Good 799-6162. 5-2%2 Wanted used kitchen, sink. WANTED Used piano. 5-27-2 799-4436 PHYSICIANS, INC. PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE As of June 1, 1982 THE ASSOCIATION OF Wanted A companion for elderly woman, little bit of cooking, some housekeeping. Contact Anna Lee McNeill, Hill Top Grocery. 799-4977. 6-3.2 Wanted Full time babysitter for one- year-old boy. Excellent pay. To start in November. 5-20-4 799-6820 THOMAS F. MANN, M.D. Practice of Internal Medicine AND BRADLEY-MANN, PH. D. Clincial Psychologist Valley Medical Arts Building Virginia ;115 1-800-642-5161, Ext. 148 POCAHONTAS HEALTH AGENCY Marlinton IZOVlDED: care & toachlng. Assist with special & care of catheters. Observe usage of & note side effects & efficiency. personal care: bath, skin care, you kaow ueeds medical attention ia for iaformation. rare paid by Medicare, UMWA, Welfare, etc. Warned Babysitter in my home, 5 days a week. Call Barbara Murphy 6-3.2 456-4858 after 5 Wanted 350 Chevrolet motor, must be in good condition. 799-4270 6-1-2 Wanted Want pasture for three cows and calves and two yearling steers. S. Glenn Smith Ph 653-4415 Mill Point 6-3-1 Painting Interior, exterior sad roofs. lien Shue 653-4286 3-4-Aug. 31 Notice Due to Cemmle Ituieem which is a  job, Ium guiag ot of the me . All crl mu be lud  tall by Juue 15. I warn te tha each one with whom I have done bnsiaem. is effeettve Juae 2. Ammhane Lmha ! LOIS McELWEE MEMORIAL MEDICAL CLINIC . Marlinton, W. Va. Clinic Hours: 9 to 5 Monday through Friday Appointment --799-6695, 799-6696 MD Seneca Mental Health 'Center " 2hour Emergency Assistance Testing and Evaluation Individual Counseling i lnclude: Couples Counseling Family Counseling Play Therapy 799-6865 102 8th Street linton, W. Va. 249,,4 to 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. HILLSBORO Health Clinic :. !0-12 Tuesday 653-42O9 Alcohol/Drug Abuse Counseling Day Treatment Programs Psychiatric Consultation Community Presentations 799-6865: After Hour Emergency Number For those without Insurance covere. fees based on ability to, .y GREEN BANK Deer Creek Health Clinic 10; 12 Tueeday 456-4211 In Case of Emergency Call 799Js-,.,45 MY FATHER F is for the Father that I had A is always being there when I needed him T for the tears I shed when I so often think of him H is for heavy as my heart was when we lost him E for everything that he meant to R for right as he always was or tried to be Put all the letters together and they spell FATHER, a good man I wns proud to know and have es a father. Written by Michael Moses, son of the late Dorsey C. Moses, who departed this life June 14, 1969. Note of Thanks I would like to thank all of my friends and neighbors for all the flowers, cards, visits and phone calls while I was a patient in the Hospital. May God bless each one of you. Boyd Beverage Notice Cochran Cemetery needs dona- tions for the upkeep of the graveyard. Send to Clark Galford, Rt. I, Merlinton. Notice All persons interested in Edray Cemetery please send donations to Edray Cemetery Fund. Robert S. Gay, Treas. 5-27-2 Rt. I, BOx 277, Marlinton Help Wanted Cook's Assistant, waitress, Dishwasher. Apply to Highland Inn, Monterey, Virginia. Job Opportunity Chaplain at Denmar From July, 1982 - June 30, 1983 Nature of the Work: The chap- lain podorms spiritual guidance work in the institution and serv- es as minister to the patients. His work involves responsibility for conducting some of the religious services for patients of different denominations, and for providing the services and comforts that an ordained minister normally af- fords members of his congrega- tion and other persons seeking his guidance. Ordinarily the chaplain shall visit each patient. These services shall be provided on n weekly basis. Examples of Work Performed: Assists the institution staff and anth in maintaining and looking after the spiritual wel- fare of patients. Counsels with patients and family members. Makes regular visits to in. firm patients. Conducts varim types of re- ligious services and activities. Required Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities: Considerable knowledge and understanding of the living hab- its, attitudes, and interests of patients in institutions. Ability to conduct formal re- ligious services. Ability to offer spiritual guid- ance to others. Ability to establish and main- tain harmonious relationships with the public, patients, and ingitution staff. Interest in the spiritmd devel- opment of individuals. Minimum Training and Expe- rience requiromeats: Treiaiag: Graduation from an theological seminary. Ordination or ecclesiastical commission in guud standiug in a recognized denomination. Experience: At least one full year of full- time parish experience. A stipend for the weekly chaplain services will be paid. If interested in applying send resume' to: Thomas E. Hender- son, Box 6, Green Bank, W. Va. 24944 6-3-2 Job  the U. S.Not an agency. Call e}2-25&9781, Opera- tor No. 2503. 6-,3-4 Yard Sale Sunday, June 6 9:00 till ? Men's, women's and children's clothing of all sizes. Knick knacks, old Avon, Wonder Horse, miler skates, books, and much fllOre. Kellieon's Ad Above Campbelltown Nonette, Barb and Janie Yard Sale Cinderblock Building Beside Foodland June 4 and 5 10a. m. to6p. m. Girls', women's, men's, and . .lots of boys' clothing. Boys' win- ter coats. Becks of a11 kiuds, shoes and pnckethooks. Lots of other things. Danith Miller Alice Waugh, Saundra Gilmore, and Judy Ramsey Garage Sale Friday and Saturday June 4 and 5 9-? Green Bank, Wesley Chapel Road 1/4 mile from Post Office Antique organ, dishwasher, re- cliner, plant hangers, large gas tanks, lanterns, and more. Rain or shine Not responsible for Accidents Yard Sale SI, Jue 5 9A. M. tiT3 P. M. On U. S. 250 at West Durbin Yard Sale Two blocks below Fas Chek Saturday, Jure 5 9a.m.-? Yard Sale Friday, June 4, 9a. m. to4 p. m. Saturday, June 5, 9 a. m. to 12 I001 10th Ave. Madinton Gold rug 9x12, sewing machine, chair backs and seats (new), car racer on board, Pioneer dress- es, evening gowns, afghan, pillows, stuffed animals, shoes, clothing, size 3 to 16, end table, desk and chair, and other items too numerous to mention. Agnes, Phyllis and Gins 4-Family Garage Sale Rain or shine, Saturday, June 5. 923 - 11 th Avenue Marfimon Avon collectiblm, shaeto, bed- spreads, small se ' doth- ing,  e men's doth. Edith, Bonnie, Thalma Not responsible for accidents B&K CRAFTS 4 Miles South of Marlinton ou Buckeye Hill Silk-like wedding bouquets and meseories Amidan's cake tope WiBun supplies upon request Flexible molds Candy - Coconut Owner, Betty Cochran 5-27-2 Notice I am shearing sheep this year. Lynn Jordan 6-3.2 799-4531 Free to Good Home Friendly emali male dog, needs home away from highway. Ed Somerville 663-4459 6-I-I I u,at v Small, black dog, tan under- neath, short lege, bend lnoks like a fox, long hair on eers end tail, named Foxie, IoK in Marlinton on Saturday = Home Market sele. Reward 799-4370 Hardll's Flea Mark Lost Anyone fmdlng a cakulat in black case with name of Ferrell Kelley, please return it to Times Office. Reward. I 5-27-2 Gas can from my truck while Marlinton. Reward for its return. You may have the stopper for the can by contacting Walter Kelley, Stony Bottom. I can identify can. ? 6-5-1 TRACTOR TRAILER No m we ltm MIJM anO ,---N No neeO to qwt p ioo FULL m PAT TIME I1 Funeral Home Notice For some of my neighbors information, the stickers on my ve are me and d 6. hi. V.'s busmese. Billy E. McCarty 6-3-2 Notice No hunting nor trespassing on _my hind in the Brush Country. WtU not be responsible for acci- dents or damage. Cale Nelson 5-27-8 Noles, No for any put. po (m tbe land own by C. J, Fish, Mine aml lhy Kmm, md q. C. McMmim. Th hhul- es  of all typse, chickens, and Imm huat qp, out writam permiui of Q. C, McMgUo. g.-2 IVAN VmREENEN, Owner Mar//nmn, W. Vt 24554 y Coi s" OffimP surL a . s. Gold  ser ii RRC HVE.FAMILY Yard Sale Sat., June 5- 9:00- ? 1013- 10th Avenue, Marlinton Cast iron bathtub, antique bath- tub with legs, oil furnace, kitchen sink w/metal cabinet, bathroom bowl, screens, doors, curtain, rugs, flower pots and hangers, books, knickknacks, kitchen table w/tablecleth, baby things, baby clothes, toys, highchalr, dressing table, lamps, and other items too numerous to mention. Laurel, Diane, Sarah, Judy, Lisa Odds and Ends Sale Saturday, June 5, Beginning at 10 American Legion Hall, Marlinton Clothing, household items, etc. Merlinton Womans Club 3-Family Porch Sale Saturday, June 5, 10-7 Turn in at Sis's on Beard Heights, and go to the end of Road. Girls, Boys, and Women's and Men's clothes, some furniture, this and that, and toys. Gilmores, Curry, McCarty Yard Sale Saturday, June 12- 10 a.m. ? Rain or Shine In Church Building Upper 4th Avenue, Madinton Clothes of all sizes: Ladies', boys', girls', and babies'. Sweat- era, shirts, skirts, pants suits, dresses, etc. Not responsible for accidents. pat McMillion Yard Sale FH. and Sat., June 4 & 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dennis Jackson Residence Brown's Creek Road NOt responsible for accidents. Yard Sale Sat., June 5, beginning at 9:00 " Beside Minuehaha Methodist Ch. By Minnehaha Methodist Church Men's, big men's, women's and children's clothing; 54" kitch- en sink, including cabinets and faucet {good condition}; other items too numerous to mention. Yard Sale Watch For Signs in Case June 5 - 10:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. June 6 - 12:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. Rain or Shine ' 'Our junk is your treasure" 6-3.1 Yard Sale June 5 and 6 Cemetery Road Arhovale Yard Sale bring inside.. ) Auetioueer: JAMES HINK_LE Lip S _ 846-4319a 7-6096 _ A.D. GUTSHALL AND BILL BRATTON, AUCTIONEERS AUCTION SALE OF ANTIQUES--STORE EQUIPMENT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.FARM MACHINERY Saturday, June 5 BEGINNING AT I0:00 AM Located I0 miles south-west of Monterey, Virginia, on Rt. 84 at Briscoe Store Building ANTIQUESPIe safe, spinning wheel, Oak side board, platform rocker, China press, Oak library table, 1954 Packard car, side saddle, 1 copper kettle, 3 iron kettles, flat iron, trunk, chum, cheese slicer, radio, odd chairs, Model T Ford lantern, basket, wooden hand rake, farm beil, wood plane, corn sheller, iron tea kettle, stone jars, Maytag washing machine, sugar spiles, Chestnut lumber, few green glass ars, milk cans, rails. STORE EQUIPMENT: large chest display freezer, refrigerator, 1 section of shelves, 4 shopping carts, some store merehandiae. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 2 double beds, 2 bunk beds, table and 4 chairs, davenport, cream separator, window fan, lamps, dishes FARM MACHINERY: hay baler, hay elevator, wagon, spring tooth harrow, live stock sprayer, electric motor, horse collar, haines Many other items too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH Not responsible in case of accidents. Lunch will be served by Women of Beulah Presbyterian Church. MR. & MRS. MACK BRISCOE, Owners Sale Monday, June 14 $ltE$ EVERY OilER MOIIA June 5, 6.7 Bluegrass Market, Inc. Saturday, Sunday, Monday Lewisburg Acse from Kaue's Store May 29, 1982 Pocahontas Producers Cue Stocker and Feeder Steers Market Report I0 - ? 45.00 to 75.00 June 1, 1982 Clothes, books, jewelry. Lots of Heifers 38.00 to 60.50 One cow, calf, pair 8400.00 everything. Calves 35.00 to 97.50 Cows 38.00 to 42.00 Shughtsr Cows 30.25 to 47.75 Bulls 45.50 to 49.00 Slaughter BuUs 45.00 to 58.00 Ewes 12.50 to 17.00 Yard Sale cow and Calf Pairs 285 to 570 Blue Lambs, cpped 67,00 Cows, head 310 to 470 Blues, wooled 66.00 Saturday, June 5 Hogs 49.00 to 57.00 Blue Head, clipped 64,00 9 - ? Ponies 235.00 Blue Head, wooled 63.00 504 Ninth St. Horses 300.00 to 425.00 Next Sale, June 15 Not responsible for accidents Lambs, Blues 66.00 This deal is hard to beat. KubotaTractor Corporation is giving away prizes to celebrate its 10th Anniversary in the United States. You can win a B5100 KubotaTractor with a mower. A dependable Kubota generator. A free trip to Hawaii for two. And if you own a Kubota tractor now, you can win a week's stay for two in Japan, all expenses paid. Just stop by and fill out an entry blank. Nothing el to it.There are three separate drawings. Soyou have three chances to win. Entry dates for the first drawing are April 15 to May 31. The second, June I to July 15. Third, July 16 to August 31. You can win something else, too. If you still own and operate the oldest Kubota tractor in our area, you'll win $250 worth of service, parts or merchandise. You see, staying with Kubota pays. And we can help you get started with Kubota. We'll show you our full line of diesel-powered tractors, from ]2 to 81 hp. So come in soon and enter the drawing. We're looking for winners. Kuba'l?ilr (:om,lr, m A ompan el Kuh Itd I'ouIdcd m t. ( tqt2 KbotaIrtor (:0rporallof KUBOTg' THE KUBOTATEN- tO GREAT YEAR SERVING Tt4E UL Rt. 219, Fairlea Phone 645-2400 Fairlea Equipment uo., Inc.