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4 Deputy Sam Riple~ ;r Need heal Funding Ripley, president of the County Deputy Sheriff's announced that a major effort wilt get under-way April 1. "Just ask any or call 1-800-9-DEPUTY between 9 a.m. and 5 through Friday in order an application," Deputy Ripley call the 800 number, ask your name and ad- take your application. is $25 and will entitle license sticker, de- ip card," Deputy ad(J~,d. contribution made County Deputy s ASsociation stays in the to Deputy Ripley. half is used on a state legislation pertaining employment and law mt matters. Perry McGuire endorses Sheriff's Association be- the money comes right here for our use,"Deputy Leukemia Society of Amer- Will COnduct its residential in the state during the March. Only local volun- h identification and as- will be marching in the Its founding, the Society more than $100 mil- rch grants and service Society supports a program and assists patients in the state of lie and 450 in the state of than $4.9 million has this year to support ~Cross the country. The or- Prc~vides up to $750 per Year. It is estimated that will be stricken :mia or its allied diseases, disease, Lympho- Myeloma, and 0 persons will die this SOciety is particularly thousands of residen- who help during the lathering Leukemia funds important programs. Information on the Soci- )e obtained by calling State Campaign 3r, at 1-800-866-4483 or Leukemia Society of Virginia/Virginia Box 21, 2102 Executive Virginia 23666. Resort.Hotel The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs will again be the setting for the fifth annual gala weekend "Building the Best" for West Virginia's Cancer Center. The Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Cen- ter, a treatment, research and edu- cational facility in Morgantown, is dedicated to serve the needs of all West Virgin,arts. The weekend gala set for April 20-22 is staged to raise awareness and funds for West Virginia's Cancer Center. The weekend begins with the unveiling and grand opening of The Greenbrier's new restaurant, Draper's Care. The new Care fea- tures many of the decorative ideas brought to The Greenbrier when Dorothy Draper redecorated the Ho- tel in the late 40's. Many of the foods to be featured and served this evening were favorites of Dorothy Draper when she entertained. Carle- ton Varney, president of Dorothy Draper Company and Interior De- signer for Draper's Cafe, will be present for this special evening. Saturday's agenda features a seminar comparing American and English 18th Century furniture forms, presented by Alex Franklin of Alex Franklin, Ltd. of Charleston. Fashions will be in the spotlight during a show of special occasion appare! presented by Schwabe-May of The Greenbrier. Jewelry accesso- ries will be offered by Walter H. Wingo Fine Jewelry and footwear by Yarids, both of The Greenbrier. Saturday morning's events will begin with a mixed scramble golf tournament and a mixed doubles tennis tournament. Saturday after- noon will feature Marcia Mondavi- Borger, a partner in the Monday, Winery and Holly Peterson, Execu- tive Chef of the Mondavi Winery. The two wilt combine efforts and ex- pertise in a program of Food and Wine Education, focusing on flavor dynamics to insure proper balance and harmony in food and wine pair- ings. Food preparations will also be demonstrated. The weekend will culminate Sat- urday evening with a champagne reception followed by a dinner dance joining the menu created by Ms Peterson and the beat of the Benny Benack Orchestra. For further information, contact Regina Cooper or Denver Allen of the Cancer Center at 293-3711. A contribution of $250 per person is required and accommodations are available through The Greenbrier. Have you experienced difficulty in getting your Mountain Messenger • l If so, please phone 647-5724 Weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. We strive to bring you the best newspaper in a timely fashion. Thank you. Women Educators Meet in Lewisburg Beatrice Harvey, Irma Powell, Bil- lie Jean Hutsenpiller and Vera Hat- field were hostesses for the Febru- ary 10 luncheon meeting of Iota Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, a key women educators' honorary, held at the Lewisburg Methodist Church. ]he Valentine motif was carried out in table decorations and favors. The invocation was presented by Ruth Mottesheard. President Barbara hall presided. Mrs Hutsenpiller, state president and chapter chairman of the Profes- sional Affairs Committee, reported on the Recruitment Grant. The chapter selected Mrs Patricia Flora of Maxwelton, student at Greenbrier Community College Center, as the recipient of the monetary award. Mrs Hutsenpiler also reminded members working toward masters and ad- vanced degrees of their eligibility for scholarships from Alpha Phi State. Members were urged to attend the State Convention May 4, 5, 6 at Ogleby Park, Wheeling, and to par- ticipate in the state chorus which will be under the direction of Susan Lake and Vickie Reed, state music committee co-chairman. The Inter- national Convention will be in New Orleans July 31. transfer. Doctor Mary Relihan ar:: Alma Hogsett presented soncas they composed for the 50th Anniversa,/ of the state society in 1991 anJ le0 the group in singing them. Mildred Allen, chairman of thp program on Literacy, noted that one of four Americans are illiterate (1990 is International Literacy Year). Feb- ruary 3-10 was Literacy Week. Mrs Allen introduced Judith Azulay who spoke on the Library Literacy and Parent Project in Monroe County and Lucille Skaggs, who spoke on the literacy program conducted by Old Stone Presbyterian Church in Lewisburg. Mrs Alien, Mrs Skaggs, Doctor Relihan, Andrea Gainer and Sarah Lee Neal were named a com- mittee to formulate a chapter state- ment to pursue promotion of literacy in the area. Door prizes were won by Marga- ret Jackson, Mrs Powell, Mrs Gainer, Mrs Boothe and Mrs Blank- enship. The next meeting was changed from April 14 to Saturday, March 31, and will be at the Quinwood Meth- odist Church. Others present were Barbara Barkley, Anna Jane Bower, Inez Cooper, Alta Fox, Phyllis Fox, Lois Fry, Opal Fullen, Alice Hanna, Betty New members Paula Blanken- Johnson, Eleanor Laing, Ruth ship and Catherine Relihan were in- Meadows, Phyllis Meyers, Ray- troduced and Ruth Boothe was Tel- monda Rotunda, Margaret B. 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