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ion Cont. from 1A explains that there major purposes for L Such an event: (1) to for graduating not include the and drugs; (2) =chang mechanism showing them me can be enjoyed use of alcohol and which can carry of their lives; (3) a good time for and (4) to provide seniors to get class, Celebrate for theme for the much community, 1, and business offered in the contributions and to be used, Mrs. contributions as well as are those like to serve as in other capacities persons may for further ~d that Project become an annual -=enbrier East. It is a by the Governor's Sty and ~opment, and the and Highway SSion, Democratic candidates for House of Delegates (from left): Hilbert Bennett; Sarah Leo Neal; Jim Gorl; Paul Lilly; Ron Miller; and Jim Rowe. Candidate night Cont. from 1A Ction with the Festival, the Lions Club is Miss Ronceverte Bee Harvey; and ble to compete, Jet have attai ned age .~..9,....~ 0 ,IIBII~ 41mlp ,~illD. ,ql~ 9UlBID ,=11~ qllBl~ ,IIHI~ 41l~lP ,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ',IB Inuary 1, 1988 and reached age 21 I " a I Ptember 1, 1988. ust be single and the e ,or reign, Contestant ,lumni of or currently cast High School and ,L ..... ~.. ~ 4,...,.,. o o ..~ .I. ~ ~ ~ ~.. ~ ~-..i. ~=~ Sident of the school s ,rea, s will be judged in I COUNT ROMI ULTRA - SUEDE PERSONAL -- _ tegories: sportswear 'Wn and personal uJ # ~- ,. f/_.x.,_.., ADrnl Fool- "~r will have the ~ X~;LL r .~ compete in the Sale West virginia Fairs and Festivals at the Charleston ,, O Ja UJar . ' . I , " " F:' e. ,April ,+.Entry ~ Sprig & S~ lable at Greenbrier School or any ~ ~ TI archant. Z ( excluding M.N. Cosmetics ) o 4 /eli 4 /fll FRIDAY, APRIL I ~. Need A Janitor? ! I I to I/0 off lO-8 p: 645-7497 _~ 101 E. Washington St., Lewisburg 0 EStimates u~ -- SUSAN BRISTOL -- CAMBRIDGE --SUSAN BRISTOL Z SNAPPER FIRST Dependa- what goes into SNAPPER Equipment, and SNAPPER line of quality lawn care products. And now's the perfect time to experience them yourself. Visit Martin & Jones during SNAPPER's Open" House. RIDERS proud of the WALK MOWERS Help prevent child abuse Child abuse prevention is im- portant to all West Virginians. Child abuse continues to be a problem. Hundreds of children in West Virginia are victims. In many communities local organizations are working to develop programs to prevent child abuse. You can help by making a contribution to the West Virginia Children's Trust Fund, Private non. profit organizations are eligible to apply for grants from the Child- ren's Trust Fund to help pay for those local child abuseprevention programs. During 1987, over .$47,000 was distributed to nine- teen different local community groups. This was money contribut- ed by citizens like you who were concerned about the problem of child abuse. The grants helped pay for parent training, helping child. ran learn how to protect themsel- ves, and programs to help com- munity members understand the problem of child abuse. The intent of the Children's Trust Fund is to strengthen families, reduce the occurrence of child abuse, and therefore, reduce the r,eed for state intervention. This partnership between the state and local communities is an important step to help those children in danger. You can contribute in two ways: 1) Designate a portion of your income tax refund (see instruc- tions for both long and short forms); or 2) Send a check, if you are not receiving a refund, to the West Virginia Children's Trust Fund, West Virginia Commission on Children and Youth, 1900 Washington Street, East, Charles-" ton, West Virginia 25305. Contribu- tion be make -anytimne during the year. "Top ,, Grade PET ;ROOMIN(; PAW-PAW PATCH / 645-4879 q BEARD ILEWlSRURG Ram~ ' 1000or 6.8 A.P.R. ~. Daytonas '1250 or ~'A-division of Fuqua Industries 3.8 A.P.R. LAWN TRACTORS HI-WW~ mOING MOWER 8 H.P., 28" cut LAWN TRACTOR 12.5 H,P., 33" cut MARTIN & JONES Edgar Avenue, Ronceverte, WV 647.5353 NEW AREA DEALERS SALES = SERVICE "Proudly Serving The Area Since 1904" JOIN THE MILLIONS OF SATISFIED SNAPPER USERS. The Mountain Messenger, Tuesda}/, March 29, 1988 3A Briefly... Community Good Friday Service The Ro~ceverte MJnisterial Association will sponsor a Community Good Friday service on April 1st. The service will be held at the Ronceverte Church of the Nazarene, and the time is 7:30 p.m, Randy Kidd, minister of the Trinity United Methodist Church, will bring a message A freewill offering will be received which will go toward the work of the association in helping the needy o four area and transients, The public is invited and encouraged to attend, Pro Easter revival services at Meadow Grove Church Pro Easter revival services began on Monday, March 28th and will continue through April 3rd at the Meadow Grove Baptist Church at Dawson. Ray. Ron Williams, pastor of the Ronceverte Baptist Church, will be the guest evangelist. Services start each evening at 7:30 and there will be special singing each service, Public is invited. Leroy Crane is church pastor, Revival at Sweet Springs Baptist Church There will be a revival at the Sweet Springs Baptist Church, April 3rd thru 8th at 7:00 p.m. Rev, Nathan Atkins, pastor, will be the sepaker, Special singing each night, Everyone is cordially invited. United Methodist Choir to present He Lives The John Wesley United Methodist Choir will present the Easter Centare He Uves on Easter Sunday at 6:00 p.m. Please come and bring a friend to this special Easter musical Rev, David Jasper is Pastor, Now HEAR THIS By Gary Vandevander, MS, Audiologist. USING YOUR OTHER SENSES Monitoring everday sounds in the home may present a problem to many hearing-impaired persons, but it is one that can be solved by the use of new alerting devices that the user visual or vibrotactile signals A flashing light or vibrator may be used to signal common household sounds such as the doorbell, the telephone ringer, a baby or incapacitated adult calling, the alarm clock, and the smoke detector. 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