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GREENBRIER MOTOR CO., INC. U.S, 219 SOUTH AT FAIRLEA 10B The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, February 27, 1990 Adult Education Auto Mechanics to be Taught A'community education course in auto maintenance and repair is being offered at Greenbrier East High School beginning Tuesday, March 7 at 6 p.m. in the Auto Me- chanics shop. The course is open to any adult age 18 or over. Women are encouraged to enroll. The course is designed for any- one who is interested in learning the basics of car care and maintenance as well as for experienced mechan- ics who might wish to broaden their knowledge of the automobile service trade through a self-guided study program. The course will be run for 36 hours, and the cost is $55. Enroll- ment is limited to the first 15 paid registrants. Any class without suffi- cient enrollment will be cancelled. "Telling Wilde Tales," directed by Kit Staunton, will be presented at Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg. Perform- ance dates are Thursday, March 1, 7:30 p.m. (followed by an opening night reception), Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3, 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 4, 2:30 p.m. This unique assortment of fairy tales writ- ten by Oscar Wilde is being pro- duced jointly by The Greenbrier Val- ley Theatre and Carnegie hall. Thirty-two junior and senior high school students are participating as actors and technicians. Admission charge is $5.50 for adults and $3.50 for children. Discounts will be avail- able to youth groups of ten or more if booked in advance. For reserva- tions and further information call Carnegie Hall at 645-7917. What? You're Not A Bus Drived Suzie's team is on its way to the state championship finals, if only the,/could get a ride. Unfortunately, the whole team will not fit in your car, and you don't have a spare bus stored in your garage. Come on down to U-Save Auto P ntal and select one of our dependable and economical vehicles. We can't guarantee the team will win the title, but we'll bet we can get them to the game in comfort and on time! Your Home Town Car Rental Company Seneca Academy Enrollment Set Seneca Trail Christian Academy enrollment for the 1990-91 school year is now in progress. Any parents wishing to enroll their child should take advantage of the special 40 per cent discounted enrollment. The dis- count is available only until March 2. The regular cost of a new enrollment or a re-enrollment is $50. The dis- counted cost is $30. Enrollment is on a first come - first serve basis, Applications for new enrollments or re-enrollments are available by con- tacting the school office at 647-4878 between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily. Seneca Trail Christian Academy is a "non-profit" organization offering academic training for students in kindergarten through grade 12. An emphasis is placed on moral and character training along with the tra- ditional academic subjects. 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C2500.4 WD, 4 Spd,, Scot sda e Pkg.. .......................................... $13,995. 1988 DODGE W150- 8 ft. bed. 4x4; 318 V-.8.4 ........................................ $11995; 1988 DODGE D350- w/9 conuac ors ump body. 6;000 mIIm. 1987 DODGE W150- 4 WD. long v,4neel base. auto,, air, LE package Retired Federal Employees Meet The Greenbrier Valley Chapter #994 of thet National Association of Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) met January 24, at the City Halt in Alderson. The business meeting was conducted by Wanda K. Hinkley, President. In the Sunshine Report from Alderson: Wanda K. Hinkley thanked everyone for their prayers, cards and messages of concern. Pearl McCurdy is home following surgery. Pearl Scott is now home from the hospital. In Lewisburg: John McMillion is home and has been missed at the NARFE meet- ings. The following members had a perfect attendance record for 1989: Wanda K. Hinkley, Bonnie Kirby, and Marguerita Givens. Four mem- bers missed only one meeting dur- ing the year: Florence Kershner, Velvia Kincaid, Goldie Lambert and Wilma J. Greviilius. An announcement was made concerning the State Convention to be held in Clarksburg May 15-16. Chapter #994 expects to have dele- gates to the convention. The group honored Glenna Da- rneron, Mary Ruth Andrews and Vel- via Kincaid with the singing of "Happy Birthday." Mr and Mrs Mike Grbac of Prin- ceton, were guests. Mr Grbac is Dis- trict IV Vice President and he in- stalled the local officers for 1990. The officers are President - Wanda K. Hinkley; Vice President - Margue- rite Givens; Secretary - Wilma J. Grevillius; Treasurer - Helen Eng- land; Chaplain : Pearl Scott; Legisla- tive Officer - Mike McHale; and Service Officer - John McMillion. The meeting closed with the sing- ing of "Blest Be The Tie That Binds." Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Wanda K. Hinkley and Wilma J. Grevillius to Mike and Angle Grbac, Bonnie Kirby, Jack Burkey, Mary Ruth Andrews, Helen O'Brien (new member), Glenna Dameron, Florence Kershner, Velvia Kincaid, Goldie Lambert, Marguerite Givens and Mary C. Holder. The next meeting will be Febru- an/28 at the City Hall in Alderson at 2 p.m. All retired federal employees are invited to attend. IIIII nnlnn,i What you do is news to the Mountain Messenger! 647-5724 IIIII Pentaura Quintet Friday, March 9 at 8 p.m. marks an encore performance for the Pen- taura Quintet at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg. Pentaura Quintet was formed to bring quality wind chamber music throughout West Virginia. All mem- bers of Pentaura are members of the West Virginia Symphony. The Quintet debuted in May of 1987. In the summer of that year, they performed as Artists-in-Resi- dence at The Festival in Sandpoint, Idaho and coached with interna- tional artists Sol Schoenbach and Gunther Schuller. In 1987-88 the Quintet presented their "Premier Season" in Charleston from this series of aired nationally on Radio's "Performance summer of 1988 awarded a residency toi Center in Alberta, performed and coached nationally known musicia~ During 1989-90 Pen present its third season in Charleston. The present community and certs in four other West ies. All of these sponsored by Atlantic Fire For information please call 645-7917. GreenbrierTheatre Says TO 'Le Grand Piq' Pick a theme, gather a group, pack a basket and join Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT) for a unique fund-raising event "Le Grand Pique- Nique, a gala indoor winter picnic at the Pence Springs Hotel Saturday, March 24 from 6:30 p.m. until mid- night. It's a costume ball of a different color. GVT provides the space --- for $20 you get a place at a table of eight (~nd a membership in GVT). You decide how to decorate your table and what food to bring. You bring your idea alive; the theater wilt award prized for creativity, food, and decor. So, let your imagination take charge. Get together a group of eight and pick your favorite time pe- riod, film, novel, sports team, what- ever. You might come dressed as the cast of "Oklahomar' and bring along a supper of fried chicken, bis- cuits, blueberry pie and lemonade, and set your table with a ered cloth and daisies. "dressed down" as a group toting peanut sandwiches in lunch your table with colorful paper ptacemats. The are endless. You'll dance until Gary Williams and his Overnight accommodatk available at the Hotel. For those couples or than, eight who watch the show and cial costumes of number of "open host" available. Also, if you do it yourself, with the hotel will prepare you. Call GVT at 645-3838 a theme table, request open host table, or if a theme group which pleted their table. SPIRIT, Get into the Spirit of dodge, and you'll find an American value, especially with $t000 cash D150. From the mountains to the prairies, Dodge full-size pickups will get you there, and with $2000 back. $1500 on Club Cabs. $1000 on diesels. Fellow Americans.,,we've extended the Guaranteed Rebate, now an Am, ' story in its own right. Celebrate the Birthdays of our best rebates of this model year on every '90 Dodge car and DAKOTA. We declare the n will independently give you the $1000 on Dakota Club Cabs & Dakota S. DAYTONA SHELBY. If you elect a sporty Daytona Shelby, you're promised $1500 back. $1500 on Daytona ES Turbo, $1000 on Daytona & Daytona ES YOU CAN GET TEST DRIVING A ,,~ test drive a new Dodge, II competitive model within 30 days, we'll give you HURRY.* ENDS FEB. 28TH! t *On select 1990 models bought from stock by February 28th. Get details and guarantee claim form at tSee dealer for details and claim form. 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