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zu I he Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, February 20, 1990 Heather Mazey, Sarah Wise, and Jacob Roczniak Garden Club Poster Contest Winners Told By Jonathan Wright Heather Mazey, daughter of tarry and Marty Mazey of Lewis- ~)urg, was the first-place winner of the Greenbrier Gardeners Garden Club's second annual Smokey Bear ~r~d Woodsy Owl's Environmental Pc~ster Contest. Fifty fourth-graders from Lewis- burg Elementary School participated ir~ the contest. Each poster was i~ased on an environmental theme and was judged on originality, de- sign, slogan, artwork, and overall ef- fectiveness of its message. Miss Mazey won a gift certificate from The Open Book Bookstore in i.ewisburg. Her poster will go to the ~;tate competition, whose top entry wilt be submitted to regional compe- tition~ Each top entry from the eight regions will be submitted to the na- tional contest. The National Council of State Garden Clubs sponsors the annual poster event. Second place in the local contest by won by Jacob Roczniak, son of Joseph and Cara Roczniak of Lewisburg. He won a gift certificate to The Open Book Bookstore. Sarah Wise, daughter of Barry and Jane Wise of Lewisburg, won a flower press for her third- place entry. Patty Ford, Emily Shirey, and Patty Wise served as judges. Co- chairman of organization for the event were Sarah Irons and Janice Glasser. ALL YOU CAN EAT! ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH 15TH ANNUAL PANCAKE SUPPER When: Feburary 27 (Shrove Tuesday) 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm Where: St. James Church 218 Church Street Lewisburg Cost: $2.50 Children $3.50 Adults By ANDREA GAINER WVU Extension Agent, Home Economics, Greenbrier County Tired of looking at those cracks in that plaster wall? Tired of seeing the crack repairs crack, also? You can repair large cracks in plaster walls permanently. Housing specialists at West Virginia Univer- sity Cooperative Extension Service recommend bridging cracks with a thin layer of fiberglass cloth. You attach the cloth to the wall with a special adhesive, which main- tains some elasticity when it dries. Both the fiberglass and adhesive are available in a special kit at paint and hardware stores. You can buy either a fast or slow setting adhesive. You might want the slow type for your first try. Follow package directions. To in- sure successful repair, remove dust, dirt, and grit by washing the wall. Apply a liberal coat of adhesive on each side of the crack,. Make the application area about five or six inches wider than the total width of the fiberglass cloth. Immediately press the fiberglass into the adhesive with the applicator enclosed in the kit. Press the cloth in tight so that the adhesive fills the holes in the glass cloth. To smooth Social Workers the surface, wipe out the wrinkles with the applicator. After the first coat dries, apply a thinner second coat. If the wall is textured, stipple and texture the sec- ond coat of adhesive with a short bristled brush. For a sand finish, add sand to the paint primer -- about three table spoons of sand to one- fourth cup of primer. In all cases prior to repainting, follow instructions on the adhesive container to select the proper primer. For smaller, hairline cracks fill with a plaster pencil. Again follow product directions about priming be- fore painting. If the pencil is not available, use spackling compound and a putty knife. We've often been told that when we have plaster, we're going to experience cracking -- but with modern methods of plas- ter repair -- we don't have to live with the cracks! TODAY'S CHUCKLE: A fat man went into a Turkish bath full of ath- letes, and immediately came back out. "Too hot?" asked the attendant. "No," he said. "It's not the heat, it's the humility." Social Workers and persons working in the social service field have formed a local chapter of the National Association of Social Work- ers in the Greenbrier Valley. Local chapters provide the opportunity for "Networking," professional sharing, and the presentation of continuing education programs. Members of the coordinating committee are Genevieve Bennett, Janice Kinsolving, Peggy Rossi, Hubert Lake, Hanna Kirk and John Gore. The first program will be held February 26 at 6 p.m. at the West- ern Sizzlin restaurant in Lewisburg. Featured speaker will be Sheri Han- shaw, MA., a psychotherapist in pri- vate practice in Ronceverte. Ms Hanshaw's two hour workshop will be entitled "In Search of the Self: Whatever Happened to the Real Me?" Interested persons do not have to be members of the National Asso- ciation of Social Workers to attend the workshop. The evening will count for two continuing education hours toward license renewal. Pre- registration is not required. Dinner on your own is available at the res- taurant. For further information, please contact Peggy Rossi at 645- 3319 or Janice Kinsolving at 645- 4319. g Too Much For Hospital Insurance? Let me show you how Mutual GOHEEN ST., P.O. BOX .~5E of Omaha can help provide LEWISBURG, WV24901 Office, 645-2558 you with the protection you need at a price you can afford Mulual tO pay. Call me today. No , q moha.%TJ obligation, William L. G'arner , '~,~d~,n,," The Greenbrier River Valley Group of the Sierra Club has se- lected their new officers for 1990: Mary Frances Bodemuller (seated) Chair-person; Jim Miller (standing left) Vice Chair/Executive Commit- tee/Program; Glenn Musser (Cen- ter), Secretary-Treasurer; and Nancy Chambers, Centennial Cele- bration Coordinator/Chapter Execu- tive Committee/Chapter member- ship. Program meetings are open to the public, and are held the second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Osteopathic Lewisburg. The club gathered trash along two miles north from White Sul February 10. The adopted this portion of I~ der the State wide program. Since the porarily melted, the roadside was unslc Frances Bodemuller, Hickman, and Glenn lected the trash. Liz Scott Wagon Guest Liz Scott will be guest speaker at the February meeting of the Wel- come Wagon Club. Mrs Scott is co- owner of The Green Horse Antiques Shop in Lewisburg. Her talk will be on antiques. Members of the club and newcomers to the area are en- couraged to take a small antique to discuss. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, February 27 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Beth Blackwell, 417 East Foster Street, Lewisburg. her co-hostess will be Rosemary Dent. If you are interested in becoming Liz Scott a member of the Club, or if you would information about the call Valeria Barfield Karin McComas at Rosemary Dent at Rose's Fashion is now a $15.00 and under store. Name Brand Merchandise under $15.00 Shoes $5.00 O 26 E. Main St., White Sulphur Springs, WV 536-3153 USED UCKS Get into the Spirit of Dodge, and an American value, especia]ly D150. 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