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2D The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 10, 1990 1 4th 15th 16lh Women's R Continued from page 1-D place B~enda (.:~ookshanks ............................. 622 plac~ New~ Bry,:u ! .......................... 620 ptac~ ..... Mary iti;~k e ........................................................... 616 Winner of Actual Singles Patches & Scratch Coile~q; Walton 542 1~l Place Winne,' i,i All Events Patches & Sweatshirt L.eigh AnI~ B~:~=ken: ...................... 1868 Chalnp~u~, 2rld place 3td place 4lh place 5th place 6th place 7th place 8th ph~ce 9th place 10th place 11 th pl~ce 12th ptac~ 13th placu 14th plat,_, Nova Bly,_,nt Betty Neat Mary Llie~ Wi:'dor~ ..................... 1 Joy~:~: (;hild~. ....................... 1 })aU ici,,i H~HIiL .............. 1 Cathy OsboH ,. .................. Sardh DeLong ................. Betty Carol., .................. Colleen WMIon ...................... Juanila R~v;is~. y .................. Wanda O:~ ~.~i ......................... Maly Hm,_: ~ ...................... All Events Actual (Scratch) Belt} Neal 16 16 (Hate i~es} 200 Games ..................... 1859 ................. 1850 85O 481 84O 1830 1826 1824 1824 1815 1809 1802 1799 Ihelma White ............................... 212 Mary E. Windon ....................... 203 Betty Neal ........................ 235-.205 Juanita Ramsey ............................ 205-229 Donna Canaan ...................................... 211 Joyce Child,.4 s ............................................... 200 Janey WinebHmmef ~ ......................................... 207 Wheila Fle:,hman ............................................ 208 Hazel Hanson ....................................................... 220 PatHcia Hams ....................................... 200 Betty Carola ........................................... 208 nancy Hunter ................................. 221 600 Series Betty Neal ............................. 604 500 Se/ies I alma Whtte ......................... 538 Sue Scoti ................ b28 508-527-503-521 Carol Bostic .............................. 533 MaW E Wl~;don .......... 575503-529 Juamta R;m~sey .................................................................................. 521 Joan Dowdy .................................................................................................. 530 New~ Boggs ..................................................................................................... 539 Donna Canaan ...................................................................................... 524 Cdhy Osbot ne ............................................................................................... 503 Jv~cy Wmebrmvner .......................................... ', .................... 502-513 Joyce Childers ...................................................................... .: ............ 546 Betty C~rola ............................................................................. 508-535 Patf icia Beverage ........................................................................... 526 Judy Hanger .................................................................................................. S04 Juaruta Ramsey ..................................................................................... 550 Shif ]ey Workman .................................................................................. 502 [! iame Mo!~gotd ............................................................................................ 534 Be;ty Neat ........................................................................................... 548 ttazel Evans ................................................................................................ 533 Sheila t: leshman ................................................................................. 561 L eisha Shaver ................................................................................ 504 Matty Windon .......................................................................... 533-504 F%netha Sharp ........................................................................ 503-524 Sarai~ De[ ong ................................................................................ 504 Haze! Hanson .................................................................................................. 517 Parr icia harris ......................................................................................... 513 Colleen Walton ......................................................................................... 542 Nancy Hunter ......................................................................................... 527 Basketball Camps Set For Concord College Concord College Basketball the team competition. Basketball in- Coach Steve Cox announced there struction and team play will be will be two summer basketball geared according to the age and camps fo~ boys on the Concord experience of the individual. Campus this summer. The first Concord College players will camp will be June 21-25, for boys serve as camp counselors. Coaches ages" t318. the second will be a and counselors will reside in the dor- Small Fry Camp for boys ages 8-13 mitories with the campers. from July 12-16. Brochures may be attained by -One of the features of the camp writing: Coach Steve Cox, Basket- is that each team consists of only ball Camp, Concord College, Athens five players A team will have no 24712 or calling (304) 384-5330 or substitutes. This assures every 384-5347. camper of equal playing time during Relay Race Set for April 28 On Greenbrier River Trail On April 28, 1990, teams consist- miles of the race will be completed ing of four mernbers will challenge by the team runner ending the event the Greenbrier River and the Green- at the Stillwell Park, one mile south brier River Trail in a relay race of of Marlinton. mountain bikes, canoes, and run- Prizes will be awarded during an ners in the Fourth Annual Great afternoon of entertainment at the Greenbrier River Race. park. The event will begin in Cloverlick. Persons wanting more informa- Cancers will race the river from this tion may call 1-800-336-7009 for point to Big Run, a distance of four pro-registration and general informa- miles. From Big Run to two miles tion about the race. Lodging and north of Marlinton, bikers will take on sightseeing information is also avail- a nine-mile stretch. The final three able at this number. t ...... Spa City Local R lla_ow..n Results... Continued 1987 Pontiac 6000 4 DR.white, low milage, one owner, excellent. Must go ........................... Price $7995 1988 Dodge DaytonaMust go ....................................................................................... Price $8995 1987 Delta 88 4 DR Must go.................................................................................................. Price $9995 1988 Ford F-150 4X44u, y loaded XLL low miles, Must go ..................................................... Price $12,995 1989 F.150 4X4- .... , ........................................................................... Price $13,495 Series 4. Pat ........... i ........... 1. Jim Hunter ............................. 525 5. Sue Scott 2. Jerry Smith ............................ 606 3. Dale Jackson ......................... 521 4. George Broce ........................ 519 1. Sue Scott ............... i 5. Kenny Baker .......................... 539 2. Mary Tenney 6. Jupe Kidd .............................. 517 3. Barbara Nickell ..... , 7. M. Shark ................................ 516 4. Red Robinson ........ 8. C. Loudermilk ........................ 568 5. Sheila Fleshman 9. Ken Moody ............................ 537 6. Nancy Hunter ........ ; 7. Sharon A) Busy Bees 8. Pat Game 9. Joyce Chi.lders 1. Robbie Boone ....................... 194 2. Vada Woodson ...................... 165 Town & 3. Jo Ann Mann ......................... 153 Game Series 1, Robbie Boone ....................... 515 2. Vada Woodson ...................... 461 3. Jo Ann Mann ......................... 407 4. Shirley Taggart ...................... 405 1. Karen 2. Janet Dyche ........... 3. Donna ( 4. Louise Smith 5. Donna Shortrid 6. Glenna Boggs 7. Terri Shockley 8. Shirley Workman 9. Joan Dowd 10. Betty Carola ............ " 11. Lenore Cales ............ Valley Church Game 1. Kevin Gabbert .............. 196-190 2. Burr Shaver .................. 192-196 3. Chester Terry ...................... 203 4. Ken Melda ........................... 237 Series 5. Dennis Austin ...................... 195 1. Karen Circle 6. Pat Level ............................. 194 2. Terri Shockley 7. John Sharp .......................... 205 3. Joan Dowdy ............ 8. Paul Boggs, Jr .............. 223-199 4. Janet Dyche 9. Donald Parker .............. 209-194 5. Glenna Boggs 10. Clayton Hutsenpiller ..... 203-193 6. Donna Canaan 11. Lee Evans ........................... 192 7. Nova 12. Ralph Bostic ........................ 212 8. Betth Carola ......... 9. Kathleen Gwinn Series 10. Lenore Cales t. Ralph Bostic ........................ 531 2. Paul Boggs, Jr ..................... 582 Disney 3. Donald Parker ..................... 557 Game 4. Dave Crone ......................... 500 1. Debbie Hedrick 5. Clayton Hutsenpiller ............ 542 2. Betty Martin 6. Lee Evans ........................... 520 3. Patty rotten 7. John Sharp .......................... 531 4. Cyndi Carr ............ 8. Pat Level ............................. 519 5. Arlene 9. Norman Holliday .................. 508 6. Sue Scott .............. 10. Dan Lilley ............................. 530 7. Colleen Walton ...... 11. Dennis Austin ...................... 528 8. Juanita Ramsey ....... 12. Ken Melda ........................... 550 9. Sandy Wykle 13. Kevin Gabbert ..................... 552 10. Dott Vaughan 14. Burr Shaver ......................... 550 15. Chester Terry ...................... 528 Series 1. Sandy Wykle Rise & Shiners 2. Colleen Walton Game 3. Sue Scott 1. Barbara Nickell ...................... 187 4. Arlene Carr 2. Red Robinson ................ '~ ....... 191 5, Debbie Hedrick ............ 3. Sheiia Fleshman ............ 171-171 6. Betty Martin Tour de Dent de Lion Race: 23 Miles On An added treat to the fifth annual "Dandelion Festival," a twenty-three Kids' Easter Egg mile bike tour... Tour de Dent de Hunt April 13 Lion. This bicycle tour is under the sponsorship of Subway and Green- The newly founded recreation brier health Club, both located in department will be holding an Easter Lewisburg. And. Free Spirit Adven- Egg Hunt for White Sulphur Springs lures, also of Lewisburg, will supply children 2-12 years old. the bikers with helmets. The Tour de Dent de Lion will be Any child wishing to participate held Saturday, May 26, at 9 a.m. should leave four colored eggs at (pro-registration will take place at 8 the City Building on Friday, April 13, a.m.). The bike trek will begin at Bat- between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The egg tleground Crossing Shopping Con- hunt will begin at 1:30 p.m. on Sat- ter, Go up Route 92, North, to the urday, April 14, with prizes being Bluebend Road; West to Big Draft awarded to each age group. Other Road; Big Draft Road, South, back games will be played and prizes to White Sulphur Springs. given. An entry fee of $6 will be in effect prior to May 23; after May 23, the The White Sulphur Springs Jun- entry fee will be $8. A tee shirt will iorettes will assist in hiding the eggs. be given to each participant upon In case of bad weather, the hunt will completion of the Tour de Dent de be rescheduled for 2:30 p.m. on Lion, Easter Sunday. Entry forms may be picked up at If you're a woman who is over 35 and hasn't had a mammogram recently, have it done now! , Take advantage of Humana's special $45.00 reduced rate on Mammograms each Thursday during April, Cancer Control Month. According to the American Cancer Society women between the ages of 35 and 39 should have a baseline mammogram. From 40 to 50 a mammogram is recommended every one to two years, and women over 50 should have annual mammograms. Call Humana Hospital to schedule your mammogram on April 5, 12, 19 or 26 at this special reduced rate which includes physician's interpretation. Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley P.O. Box 497, Ronceverte, WV 304-647-4411 WSLW in White Subway, Greenbrier and Free Spirit burg. For additional phone Harvey ter 6 p.m. Dandy Events White Sulphur the fifth annual Memorip.I Day 28. In the past proved to be an weekend for all ages ceremonies with hometown junior and chorus, to Competition, a "Summers Parade', and a Bedrace, the Lion Bike Tour, enter cal groups, gospe big name talent of Monday rate demonstration of the day at the Park. Greenbrier Shaw-Mi-DeI-ECa charge of this Tae lion. Two school, Bill Jennings, will put selLdefense. Bill gree Black Belt in formerly taught rate School in Sam is from Allegh~ holds first degree Kwon-Do. These form demonstration Do, musical fd CALL TODAY! The chea in town 21,948 bou! for only ..... If bl ($3.00 DEADLINE: 122 North C, Lewisburg,