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Mobile office to April 14 a member of Senator Rockefeller's staff, will be at 215 7th Street in Rainelle from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 April 14. 82,000 miles in the past two years on a regular basis in a continuing effort to provide the people of West Virginia," Rockefeller said. to provide assistance to the people of West Virginia everyone to visit my mobile office and share their with Dennis. I will be working closely with my =re you receive the services you deserve from said. contra dance for May 8 ,y squareci~cle and contra dance, sponsored by Folk Music and Dance Association will be held next second Friday in May: May 8 at 8:15 p.m. at the gin Lewisburg. For additional information in Rupert Standard Fi rst Aid class given at the Rupert 14th and 15th from 5 to 8:30 p.m. For more Lynn Holbrook at 647-5019 or call the Greenbrier at 645-1070. Pagent 1 are being accepted for the 1987 1st Annual Little Miss to be held Sunday, May 17th at the White Sulphur Gym. Epsoiton Delta is the sponsor. Entrants must County residents between 4 and 7 years old. must be postmarked by May 1. Contact Melissa r Debbie Rutherford at 536-1630 for further ramp supper for May 2 May 2nd, the Williamsburg School P.T.O. and the in Greenbrier County will hold its annual Ramp :30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. of: Ramps (cooked & raw), Ham, Brown Beans, Potatoes, Cole Slaw, Buttered Corn, Homemade Corn Pone, Homemade Cake, Coffee, Milk, Sassafras Tea. $4 and children under 12 $2. i revival at the Mountain View Baptist Church in Alderson services'start at 7:30 nightly. Guest speaker will be from Be~kley. ation of University Women American Association of University Women will 20 at 12 noon in White Sulphur Springs at the Please make luncheon reservations with White Sulphur members will be hostesses for the ram. and Professional Club meets and Professional Womens club will meet April P.m. at the Ranch Room, Greenbrier Valley Airport. evening will be "How To Start and Manage a Small rated by Eloise Jack, from the GoVernOrs office of and Industrial Development. :ial Monopoly Tourney April is sponsoring an official Monopoly Tournament at the Union High School gym, with the proceeds sight and hearing conservation programs as International. before April 20 and $7.50 after that. The winner rginia in the U.S. Tournament and may even go Championship. Contact Bill Guy, 772-3023 for more nd service for information is Trough Friday p.m. spokesperson, 10 weeks have return was t call and check refund. service ax system, information which offers pre-recorded tax information on numerous topics such as filing requirements, itemized deductions and tax credits. A complete listing of the Arbor Day celebrated By CAROL HALL Opening the Arbor Day program at the Alderson Elementary School was the choir singing "This Land Is Your Land." Mrs. Karen Cadle welcomed the students and guests to the celebration. Guests were: Gordon Hanson, Superintendent of County Schools, Chris Altizer, Secretary of the Board of Education; Kelly Ford, member of the Greenbrier County Board of Education; Jim Circle, Service Forester, George Clarkson and Aavery McMillion, Forest Rangers and Ellsworth Buck, Director of Chapter I Service Greenbrier County Schools. The history of Arbor Day was given by Ross Bolen of the 5th grade; third graders, Monica O'Brien, Jamie Bradley, Tammy Brantley, B.J. Thomas, Rachel Loos, Daniel Spencer, Cherith Dosier and Jeremy Hartman recited "Trees of the Fragrant Forest." Ranger Jim Circle explained how to plant a tree and announced that there was a free tree for each person; George Clarkson explained how forest fires are started and asked the children not to play with matches or start fires for any reason. Tyana Danberry, Shauna McClung, Sarah Forren and Brett Falls of the 6th grade read "Forest Planting", and the second graders recited "An Arbor Day Tree." Those reading were: Jeremy Cline, Kevin Phillips, Stacy Eskins, Chad Ward and Kasie Phillips. The assemblage moved outside to the tree planting area. Board member Kelly Ford read the Arbor Day Proclamation, after which Jim Circle asked for a few volunteers to help him plant the tree, a sugar maple-- the West Virginia State tree. Following the tree planting, a surprise visitor was announced -- Smokey the Bear. He visited the kindergarten and first grades in their rooms, shook their hands, and gave "bear hugs" to those filing back into the building. Mrs. Cadle thanked "Smokey," the Rangers and Board members for attending their Arbor Day festivities. Pouring the first water on the new sugar maple tree planted Bementary on Arbor Day. Ranger Jim Circle with four I Alderson Elementary students afte planting the Arbor Day tree, a sugar maple. Prize winners announced The Greenbrier Valley Mall has announced its prize winners drawn on Sunday during this weekend's" Lawn and Garden Show there. The winners are: Dreama Woodzell of Union--first prize, a patio set; Juanita Stove of Ronceverte-- second prize, a barbeque grill; Jean Linkous of Ronceverte-.third prize, a weedeater; Sarah Morrisof Ronceverte.-fourth prize, a redwood table; and Bernice Fulien of Ronceverte.-fifth prize, a wheelbarrow and hand tools. various information tapes may be found in th_e tax package. The toll-tree telephone nfimber for both automated refund information and Tele-Tax is 1-800- 554-4477. ate Spring m the Classics , White and Blue at the ' - SHOP Carriage Hill Charge, Visa, MasterCard % Accepted ..... 304 / 645-7600 i: Surprise guest "Smokey the Bear" with Alderson Elementary Principal Karen Cadle at the Arbor Day festivities held recently. "An Arbor Day Tree" Dear little tree that we planted today, What will you be when we're old and gray? "The savings bank of the squirrel and mouse; For robin and wren, an apartment house, The dressing room of the butterfly's ball; Author Unknown The locust's and katydid's concert hall; The schoolboy's ladder in pleasant June; The schoolgirl's tent in the July noon. And my leaves shall whisper then merrily, A tale of the children who planted me." III I I III IIIIIIII I I II A [? E S T A UP A N T SUNDAY BRUNCH 11 a.m. till 3 p.m. Open Nightly Monday thru Saturday at 6:00 p.m. For the area's finest dining just drop in or call 536-2202 for your reservation. NO YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE ALL DRESSED UP TO ENJOY THE CABIN CLUB. and YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME Come cnjoy the Cabin Club 536-2202 Rt. 60 W. between Lewisbur & White Sul EASTER DINING SPECIAL i Roast Leg of Lamb Serving 12:00-9:00 P.M. Easter Sunday MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW April 17th & 18th Get Your The Easter Bunny will be here Picture from 12 Noon to 6 P.M. Taken FREE Coloring Books With the * FREE Balloons! Easter . FREE Candyl Bunny! JOIN OUR EASTER EGG HUNT Participating merchants will have an Easter Egg ~~ Hunt for adults! Just look for the ~ shaped like an Easter egg - BIG SAVINGS!I! Register in the mall for: FREE DINNERS FOR TWO FREE BREAKFASTS FOR TWO at local restaurants. Drawing on Saturday, April 18th. Register for WSLW's 'Sam the Lamb' Give-Away! Tasso Butler, Optometrist; Alleghany Opticians; Cato; Heck's; AdventureLand Video; Candy Barrel; Shoe Show; Sidney's; Briar Bit; House of Cards; Army Recruiters; The Rack; Stone & Thomas; Mountain Heritage; Frank Lynn's; Bonanza; Burger King; John W. Eye Co. Furnitureland; Pure & Simple; Z & L Jewelers: and the Lemon Tree. IT'S ALL AT THE MALL!