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H inuing Education Greenbrier County Ad is conti for the~ East Art stance ~la Butler, art instructori at The classes will be offered in two piller. Cost of the course is $433 for instructor. The cost is $43, payable in ap-'l' ,,. P ~rier East High School will be sessions. The first session will have 42 hours of instruction, with cash or money order. Office ' , ,,~hg a community education registration on Tuesday, January Enrollment is limited to the first Registration will be held in Room 'veen ~in art beginning January 30. 30, at7p.m, inRoom 113, "A" Build- 15 paid registrants. Any class with- 1, Alderson Junior High School, Fses are open to an adult oring. Session Qne will consist of in- out sufficient enrollment will be Tuesday, January 30 at 1 p.m. IlOWalOleL ,- Y pa school student in gradesstruction in basic drawing and de- cancelled. Class times and days will be an- ,,~rough twelve. The classes will sign. The class will meet Wednes- nounced at registration. Any class ~old ~[ed in two sessions. Session day and Thursday evenings for 36 Wood Crafts without sufficient enrollment will be hold ~!1 meet for 36 hours, cost $55 hours. The cost of the course is $55 cancelled. told .~e by cash or money order,per session. Classes to learn to design and told ~sion Two will include instruc- Session Two will include instruc- make country wood crafts and other Carpentry ~old ,~acrylic paint. Individuals may tion in sketching and water colors, woodworking projects ~,re being of- The ever-popular general carpen- ~old l~rfor this class during regular Individuals may register for this lured at Greenbrier West High try classes will once again be of- J~tion January 30 7 p m at class during regular registration or at School. lured at Greenbrier East High ly rega& ..... ' ~jnool or at a later date to be a later date to be announced. The Registration will be Tuesday, School Tuesday and Thursday eve- arson rri C ' income~ ed. The cost for Sessioncost for Session Two will be $55 for January 30, at 7 p.m. in "C" Building nings from 6 to 10 p.m. Steve Kirk is , ]$55 for 36 hours of instruc- 36 hours of instruction, in the Mill and Cabinetry Shop. Indi- the instructor. or sne~, Enrollment is limited to the first vidual projects are encouraged. The Beginner and experienced car- ~ fthi~: times and days will be an- 15 paid registrants. Any class with-instructor is Steve Lytle. The course punters are encouraged to enroll.' ,.'P durine reeistration Enroll- out sufficient enrollment will be will be taught in 30 hours, and the The course is designed to assist y or haiti .... "-' "~ _P limited to the first 15 paid cancelled, cost is $45. each individual enrolled. Individual st be proL on ix a~nIs',Any class without suffi- Enrollment is limited to the first projects are encouraged. ...... r '" 15 paid registrants. Any class with- Registration will be Tuesday, 3 F~ oltment will be cancelled. Computer out sufficient enrollment will be January 30, at 6 p.m. in the Carpen- Basic computer classes are cancelled. West Art being offered at Greenbrier West ) is nlpn Denny, art instructor at High School for any interested Bookkeeping. ,~le Junior High and Greenbrier adults. Classes for basic bookkeeping unta Hi* Registration will be Tuesday, will be offered at Alderson Junior ! i u. schools, will be offering ger. ~SSes at Greenbrier West High January 30, 7 p.m., in "C" Building, High School for interested adults. 724 ~1 in the new art facility. Room 103. The classes will meetThe class will meet for 42 hours, ~es are open to any adult or Monday and Tuesday nights from 7 in which time it will cover the ac- ~ea School student in grades to 10 p.m. The instructors are counting cycle for a sole proprietor- .--,.,.,--,~rough twelve. Martha McClung and Susan Hutsen- ship. Lizabeth Lobban Rogers is the Jennifer A. Orndorff Stephen W. Perini tel. RobeH E. Soper try Shop, "D" Building, Greenbrier East High School. The course is 75 hours in length, and the cost is $45. Those students completing the course successfully will be given an Adult Vocational School Course cer- tificate. Pie Baking Debbie Hedrick of Williamsburg will be teaching a community educa- tion course in pie baking and cake decorating. Ms Hedrick won the Crisco American Pie Celebration Bakeoff at the State Fair of West Virginia in 1988 and t989. Basic techniques will be demon- strated, as well as proven, success- ful tips given. Classroom teaching methods will consist of lecture, dem- onstration, and "hands-on" participa- tion by students. Registration will be Tuesday, January 30, at 7 p.m. in Room 305, "C" Building, Greenbrier East High School. The class will be 30 hours and the cost $45 per person. All re- quired materials will be purchased by the student. Enrollment is limited to the first 15 paid registrants. Any class with- out sufficient enrollment will be cancelled. The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, January 16, 1990 3A IHad enough snow yet? Greenbrier Valley citizens have been contendt / ing with one snow after another since Thanksgivinq. Picturesque~ scenes like this, looking east on McEIhenney Road in Lewisburg, makeI !he winter a bit easier to enjoy. / One o[ West Virginia's Finest Newspapers ountain k essenger Enter Your Subscription Today 52 ISSUES: $14.00, IN STATE, $15.00, OUT OF STATE Niulle: -'~ddreM: City: I State: 7.,p: Send, with your remittance, to: THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER 122 North Court Street - Lcwmburg, W. Va. 24901 Fede After Inventory Sale Ladies Winter Dresses- Complete Stock .................... .-. ...... Reduced 25O/o to 40% Ladies Ship-N-Shore Blouses One Group ................................... Reduced 40% Ladies Wool Skirts- One Group ................................... Reduced 500/0 Always Quafity Name Brand Merchandise At Reasonable Prices Lew sburg, WV * Phone 645-1944 rater. at the West Virginia of Osteopathic Medicine have been particularly 'SSful in winning competitive ships this year according to D rector of Financial Aid OM students this year re- three of the 10 regional from the Naval Health Pro- Scholarship Program, two regional awards from the Professions Scholar- 23 of the 43 scholar- by the West Virginia QY General's Public Health of the five available Seed for Physician made by the West Virginia on of Women's Clubs," Mr stated. he said, "one oT our placed second among 150 dates for scholarships nationally by the Auxiliary American Osteopathic Asso- (AAOA). Second-year stu- Ann Orndorff of Quin- received one of only 16 schol- ,s,, awarded annually by the the naval scholarships ~hen W. Perini, third-year Kingsport, Tennessee; third-year student orlon; Chanson A. DeVaul, "Year Student from Bethany. the army scholarships E. Clark, second-year stu- om Washington, Tennessee ;cott m~, Kambiss, second-year student from Tucker, Georgia. Those receiving the Attorney General's scholarships include: first- year students M. Clark Fultz of Beckley and Charles S. McClung of Alderson; second-year students Mi- chael S. Johnson of Quinwood, Akram H Mahmoud of Charleston; third-year students George Bailly of Nitro, William Bowles of Peytona, Richard R. Burdeaux of Sum- mersville, Kenneth W. Dowler of Lewisburg, Joseph M. Durkalski of Beckley, Julia Joseph-Walraven of Saint Petersburg, Florida, Gary F. Roberts of Charleston, Paul E. Smith III of Milton, James Stollings of Pecks Mill, and Matthew F. Ver- ona of Fort Myers, Florida; fourth- year students Charles J. Bradac Jr. of Lewisburg, Kathy D. Harvey of Lindside, and Mark H. Waddell of Lewisburg. Receiving Educational Seed for Physicians awards are third-year student Gary F. Roberts of Char- leston and fourth-year students Tho- mas A. Lauderman of Washington, West~/irginia and Clyde J. Rorrer of Dorothy. Selected to receive the National Osteopathic Foundation's Russell C. McCaughan Educational Fund Scholarship at WVSOM is John F. Reinhardt of Shepherdstown. "All of these scholarships are highly competitive, and WVSOM students should be proud of their success in securing so many of the available ones," WVSOM Associate Dean of Student Affairs Carolyn fie LUES? GET A SUMMER TAN! pll e IIow sumr ,r is just a phone call away. We've put tc~ a sunny assortment of winter vacation packaOcs with pnccs so low, all others pak~ in comparison. Choose from 4, 5 or 7-day plans to your favo~t sun-Mled de~,ination including Florida, Jamaica, 8e~x~ and ~,~co. dust c.~l one of our ex,oer~enced travel consultants and she'll 13 happy to arrange a hass~-f~e vacation that you', resr rr* your tan has tided. Polo Travel and Tours, Inc. 123 W. Washington Street Lewisburg, W.Va. 645-1200 1-800-628-6291 ps Bailey stated. 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