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Lewisburg, West Virginia
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February 27, 1990     Mountain Messenger
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-=~ i ne Mountain Messenger, Tuesday,February 27, 1990 ............ I John Grim, Stan Sweet, Kris Hanson and Grog Stowers. Quick Draw at Lewisburg School =tan Sweet, weather forecaster for a local television station, recentty performed his famous "Quick Draw" exhibition for the students at Lewis- burg Junior High. Mr Sweet demon- strated his talent with guns as well as several tricks with a b~;ll whi~). Assisting in the program were students John Grim, who bravely stood still while a bull whip was wrapped around him. Kris Hanson and Greg Stowers also participated in the program. Honor Roll Grade 7 Tina Adkison Eric Consalvo Becky Goins Louise Hickey Drew Hudgins Lori O'Brien Tracy Pack Susan Reynolds Katie Williamson Angela Wise Grade 8 Jimmy Alder Marsh Baker Laura Belt Alice Ann Hanna Julie Hanna Regina Hanna Annie Hoover Cindy Johnson Shelia Johnson Tina Johnson Billy Thomas Paula Van Reenen Andrew Workman Amy Yates By Jonathan Wright Greenbrier County Superinten- dent of Schools Steve Baldwin and Board of Education members were the guests at a meeting held by Wil- liamsburg businessman Wayne Brown February 17. The meeting was held at the Greenbrier East Hign School library in Fairlea. Mr Brown is a systems consultant dealing with satellite commumca- tions and invited the Board and Superintendent to the meeting. He was joined by six others in present- ing to the group the technology which would make possible the elec- tronic "link-up" of a number of schools. Mr Brown and the other consult- ants, who came from Morgantown, Charleston, Martinsburg, Oklahoma, and the local area described how the system would enable one in- structor tO teach classes m several electronically linked schools, allow- ing for a wider variety of curriculum without lne need to have a teacher of a particular certification in every school. A mobile unit was on display to allow audience members to ex- amine some of the equipment used in the "link-ups." Mr Baldwin said he was m- pressed by the scope of the elec- tromc program. "It would seem the only limitations to this technology is what one sets forth by his imagina- tion. I think electronic education is definitely something that's coming. It's being used more and more in West Virginia, and I believe Green- brier County wilt be a part of it." The gathering was not a regular Board meeting, Mr Baldwin said. He and the Board members were-in- vited to the meeting as guests, and it was for informationa purposes only, he said. Gary Wilson, Henry Sessions, and Bruce Bowling attended from the Board, along with 15 other audi- ence members. Grade 9 Steve Adkison Mary Clendenen Josh Hefner Steve Henne Bobby Herndon Rebecca Hilleary Renee Hilleary Missy Hoke Ms Kambiss On Dean's List Kimberly Kambiss, a student at the Greenbrier Community College, was named to the Deans List for the Fall Semester. Ms Kambiss suc- cessfully completed the Semester with a 3.50 grade average. Ms Kam- biss is currently working toward a degree in Secretarial Sciences. She and her husband, Scott, live in Le- wisburg. OLDSMOBILE_ Save $6,175.00 on a 1989 BUICK REATTA Was $29,475.00 NOW =23,300. World Class Sports Car, Electric Sun Root, Dual Power Seats, Built By The Reatta Craft Center Save $4,413.00 on a 1989 PARK AVENUE 4-Door Was $25,213.00 NOW =20,800. Astro Roof. Dual Power Seats. Graphic Equalizer, Keyless Entry, Auto Door Locks, Company Car Save $2,744.00* on a 1989 SKYLARK 4-Door Was $t3,594.00 NOW =10,850.* Tilt Wheel, Air Cond., Rear Defogger, ETR/AM/FM Stereo, Remote Fuel Door Save $3,481.00" on a 1990 REGAL COUPE was $18.o81 oo NOW =14,600.* Aluminum Wheels, Ribbon Pkg., ETR AM/FM Cassette, Power Windows & Door Locks 3.3 litr b V-6 Save $3.425.00* on a 1990 CENTURY 4-Door . Was $17,825.00 NOW 14,400. Engine, Power Windows & Door Locks, Tilt Wheel, Speed Control, Limited Trim Dennis:. Morrison Lois P )rkins Moss Rudley Jennifer Withrow \ \ Perfect Attendance Roll Grade 7 Tina Adkison Dennis Bittinger Louise Hickey Drew Hudgms J. L Knotts Chris Shannon Leigh Ann Spencer Angela Wise Grade 8 David Alderman Jimmy AIIder Kevin Boggs Connie Clevenger Sarah Hamrick Alice Ann Hanna Gina Hanna Julie Hanna Annie Hoover Shelia Johnson Tina Johnson Natasha McCutcheon Tammy Morris Andrew Workman Grade 9 Scott Bass Mary Clendenen Jennifer Withrow Metinda Workman Phil Samuell (left) and Chris Jolliffe, Editor of the LJH The Lewisburg Junior High (LJH) Journalism Class recently partici- pated in a workshop on the use of the "Pagemaker" computer program. The informative workshop was con- ducted by Phil Samuell from Denni- son University in Ohio. Mr Samuell instructed the stu- dents in page layouts, type specifi- cations, ad layouts and designs, and graphics techniques and page de- sign. The students made a mock newspaper including "scanned art work, wrapping text around pictures, drop-letter designs, and headline format-;." Particlpafing m the workshop were Journalism liffe, Melissa Arnold, man, Nick Brown, Doug Lowe and The workshop was Dena Williams, instr class. LJH Journalism The "Senator Spirit," newspaper, The the parent newsletter, yearbook. They also for local papers, design programs for school tickets, coupons and needed by the school. Adult Art Elizabeth at West Who's Who Art courses will be taught at Greenbrier West beginning Wednes- day, March 7 at 6 p.m. in the new art facility located in building A. The class is open to adults and area high school students from grade nine to twelve. The classes will be offered in two sessions. Session one will consist of instruction in basic drawing and de- stgn. The class will meet on Wednesday and Thursday evenings for 36 hours. The cost of session one is $55 payable with cash or money order. No personal checks will be accepted. Session two will include instruc- tion in sketching and water colors. Registration for session two can be done at any time beginning March 7. The cost of session two is $55 for 36 hours of instruction. Enrollment is limited to the first 15 paid registrants. Any class with- out sufficient enrollment will be cancelled. Greenbrier County Schools One Half Day All Greenbrier ( ounty Schools will dismiss students at 12:30 p.m. on February 28. Faculty and staff will spend the remainder of this day in program planning and curriculum development activities. SHANKLAND'S STORE & EXXON 647-5434 Check out weekly specials on these and other products. 6 pk 16 oz non-returnables Pepsi ............... $2.39 single bottle ..................................................... 49 12 pk.cans Pepsi ......................................... =3.99 single can ....................................................... 40 Across Bridge in Ronceverte and SAVE BY SEALED BIDS ESTATE OF CARL L. CAVENDISH BY GREENBRIER VALLEY NATIONAL BANK TRUST DEPARTMENT The properties listed are brief descriptions only; for more information, contact the address below. Elizabeth Fullen, man at Marshall been selected for the tive year to appear in Among American High dents. Final selection for ment is determined on include high demics and leadersh tivities or community proximately 2.5 per nation's high school selected for three years, Elizabeth g brier East High School East she was class, a member Honor Society, dent Council, was a marching band, was and secretary, served of F.F.A. Safety as president, treasurer, of the Mountain was president of the County Teen Lez and was a delegate Congress in At the 1989 Awards Assembly, ceived the American the Outstanding award, and the fessional Women year, at she received her gree. Miss Fullen is a Grace United MethodiSl is the daughter of Fullen of Fort Spring. WHAT YOU TO US (AND OTHER f New 1989 CUTLASS CALAIS COUPE was $12,843.o0 NOW =10,640. Air cond., Auto. Trans, Tilt Whe'el, Power Door Locks, ETR AM/FM Save $2,724.00 on a 1989 CUTLASS CALAIS 4-Door was $14,224.00 NOW Sl 1,500. Quad 4 Engine, "S" Pkg., Tilt Wheel, Speed Control, ETR AM/FM/Cassette, MAC Official Car. Rear Defogger Save $3,028.00 on a New 1989 CUTLASS CIERA COUPE was $16,478.oo NOW =13,450. 3300 V6, MCI Engine "XC"Special Edition, Aluminum Wheels, Deck Luggage Carrier Save $3,308.00* on a i990 CUTLASS SUPREME 4-Door was $17,958.00 NOW =14,650. 3.1 Litre V-6 Engine. Aluminum Wheels. Cargo Net, Power Door Locks, Electric Remote Mirrors, Maul blue, Company Cat Save $3,448.00* on a 1990 CUTLASS SUPREME COUPE was $17,748.00 NOW =1 4,300* 3.1 Litre V-6 Engine, AtumnJm Wheels, Deck Luggage Carrier, Black Metallic Save $3,60.00 on this 1990 NINETY-EIGHT REGENCY 4-Door Was $24,180.00 NOW =20,550 Dual Power Seats, Remote Lock control, Wire Wheel covers, White Ask About The Oldsmobile Edge Owner Satisfaction Standard On Every 1990 Oldsmobile *Savings include factory rebate. Offer expires 5/2/90. Sales tax and fees not included. PARCEL 1: Approx. 19 acres consisting of 3 parcels, located on Muddy Creek Mountain, Blue Sulphur District Greenbrier County, West Virginia (Known as the Burdette Property) PARCEL 2: Approx. 15 acres, consisting of one parcel, located on Muddy Creek Mountain, Blue Sulphur tax district. Greenbrier County, West Virginia (Former Fairlea Equipment Company) PARCEL 3: Approx. 40.75 acres, consisting of one parcel, located on Muddy Creek Mountain, Blue Sulphur tax district, Greenbder County, West Virginia (know as the McCutcheon property) PARCEL 4: Approx. 25.50 acres, consisting of 2 parcels, located on Muddy Creek Mountain, Blue Sulphur tax dis~ct, Greenbrier County, West Virginia (Know as tthe Surgeon property) PARCEL 5: Approx. 32.90 acres, consisting of 1 parcel located on Muddy Creek Mountain, Blue Sulphur tax district, Greenbder County, West Virginia. (Known as the Ellerd property) PARCEL 6: Approx 44.88 acres, consisting of 2 parcels, located on Muddy Creek Mountain, Blue Sulphur tax district, Greenbrier County, West Virginia. (Know as the Flint Heirs property) PARCEL 7: Approx 18.50 acres, consisting of 2 parcels fronting on Rt. 63 (Known as the Angerhofer property) PARCEL 8: Approx. 52 acres and 35,286 sq. ft. more or less, together with Lots t3. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 26, 27, 29 and 30, as shown upon a map of the Western View Land Company, which is~ecorded in the County Clerk's office in map book no. 2. Property shown by appointment only. Sealed bids must be p t- marked by March 7, 1990, and will be opened at 2:00 P.M. on 9, 1990. The terms are cash or Cashiers Check, 10% down notification of successful bid, anc balance due upon delivery of deed Greenbrier Valley National Bank, Trust Department, reserves the right to refuse any or all bids. All bids should include bidder's name, ad- dress, phone number, parcel number or numbers: and amount of bid. All bids or inquiries should be directed to J.R. Holliday "or C.R. Flanagan, Greenbrier Valley National Bank, Trust Department, P.O. 725, Rainelle, WV 25962. Phone:445-2991 or 438-6171. DAYS Michael, Sheridafi Licensed Psychologist Post-traumatic PTSD, is a [errn we nng tO the delayed combat veterans inctuOe recurrent tions of acting as if the viduals affected b' feel numb and isolative, and to stimuli. " disturbance, ! These combat veterans. been exposeo to range of general be affected, Some with serious injury, made disasters, emotional abuse nere. Flood victim's PTSD It is advisable psychological help as ( to avoid and diminish u effects. Many ter, with encoura, Call me. I'll Brought to you service Beckle" We Bill