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Art Showing Helen and Helen Snyder on ';The Rang as his guest, Ailean Ro- ller book, "A Spy Went just out. tells how the Duchess of rWorked with her as a spy in ~, Ms Romanone knew Bill worked in Central Amer- the CIA. She claimed the helped to uncover a man was suspected, so simply used her talents and try to gain informa- n him. She was not success- the "mole" to talk. She "Lockjaw." Then she de- Work through "Lockjaw's" finally was successful! Ms e says the Duchess was a woman. like a good read! has other books all based on her true as a spy! Live Radio at !~hirts and banners advertis- (a~ld a lot of other Was the next topic. This is out at tennis tournaments, etc. The camera focuses and tee shirts and (~arole Mogue wants them or warnings included ~nes pertaining to ciga- says we are assaulted ere we go by advertising. to 400 to 3000 ads which capitalize on our and on our emotions. companies hope to sell us a better feeling about ourselves- through buying these products. So we would be buying a better self- image as well as an identity! Some ads prey on fear. Example: Your car will break down unless you use a certain product! The ads are effective when one can relate to them. This type of ad is very popular right now. Remember the ad for auto tires in which babies are used? Remember the ad, a negative one, on Ronald McDonald? She says that was an example of a cul- tural icon being used in a negative ad -- and it backfired. The billboards in the cities adver- tising tobacco and alcohol are being blanked out. Don't divorce your children while you are divorcing your spouse was the next conversation. Tim Eliot says divorce is a major trauma for the children. While it is the spouse who is being divorced the children are in- volved as bystanders. He says par- ents should not dump on the child or use them as informers on the other parent. This is abuse and the end result can be a tainted image against he parent. The end result also is kids playing parent against parent. You could have called and voiced your opinion on this. There were many who did! Happy late night listening. Day Bike "than 30 bike trekking enthu- already registered for Mothers' Day bike trek Scenic Greenbrier River )to 40 more are expected to in the three-day, 90-mile event to benefit the Association of West as a great opportunity to the beauty of spring in Virginia mountains and in the area," ac- Dotson, trek commit- representing the East- "So far this from all over the state as well as from cit- Anyone interested in joining the trek must pay a registration fee of $15 due by April 30. Supporting pledges of $250 per person are needed by May 10. Pledges for mother/child teams are a total of $450 and additional family members are $100. For information contact Lucian Schrader at 342-6600. and Washington, which starts at Cass on the steam-powered Mountain, ends with ght Mothers' Day Organ Cave. Trekkers share a final picnic Park on Sunday. Friday partake of the auty and sightseeing the former railroad local residents assist members of the the Life Members of Pioneers of America. working are Kyle P. Parker, Larry Napier, Brian Dixon. Thelma Berkley coordi- of the Telephone the Lewisburg area and hosts and hostesses for at Cass. Two Monroe Countians will dis- play their college art compositions through April 27 at Concord College in Athens. Fawn Valentine of Green- ville and Leigh Weikle of Peter- stown, both candidates for May graduation, have titled their joint ex- hibition "For Art's Sake." Ms Valentine is scheduled to re- ceive the Bachelor of Art degree with a major in Studio Art during Concord's mid-morning Commence- ment ceremonies May 12. She is a weaving teacher at Carnegie hall in Lewisburg and is co-founder of the Fiber network Guild, which produces "educational experiences" with fiber- working for members from south- eastern West Virginia. She also works with her husband Nell Glass, in home renovation. Ms Valentine is a member of the Alpha Chi National Honor Society at Concord, open to the top five per cent of the junior and senior classes. She is a former literacy vol- unteer. She has been accepted into the Master of Arts-Liberal Studies program in the humanities at Hollins College. She studied for two years at Mills College in Oakland, Califor- nia, before moving to West Virginia. Ms Weikle will receive the Bache- lor of Science in Education at next month's graduation ceremony, with a comprehensive teaching field in art, kindergarten through grade twelve. She is a freelance artist, working with both drawing and paint- ings. She is currently completing her student teaching at Bluefield Junior High School. A 1986 Peterstown High School graduate, Ms Weikle is the daughter of Larry and Hallie Weikle and is married to Neal Boggess. She is a member of the national Education Association (NEA) and national Art Education Association. She plans to pursue a master's degree in art edu- cation or studio art. Both students expressed their" particular appreciation to their Con- cord academic advisor, Dr Sheila Chiptey, Professor of Art and Art Education. 5 Days Only Complete Stock Reduced over 30 styles to choose from Sales ends April 30th. Always Quality Name Brand Merchandise At Reasonable Prices. Lewisburg, WV * Phone 645-1944 To Be Walker is a Democrat the Eleventh Senato- member. She is married W. Walker of Rainelle, active in the Demo- for the past several city, county, district and Walker is secretary Homemakers and is International Chairman. ed to this organiza- Years. She is the State of the Ladies Aux- Veterans of Foreign held this office for She is secretary of the of the Department of Ladies Auxiliary and Jrer of the local Auxiliary #4484. She has be- Ladies Auxiliary for 27 was employed for Webster County as an at a car dealership. a homemaker. - "LOOKING "SELLING SEMENTS @P] AR IN THE ENGER, DEPARTMENT TODAY. The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, April 26, 1990 3A Red Cross Blood Mobile Friday April 27, noon to 6 p.m. at Ronceverte Baptist Church on South Main Street. There is a shortage of type 0 and A negative blood at this time. The quota is 50 pints of blood. Help the Ronceverte ladies of the Mutual Improvement Club make this goal. Your support is appreciated. Active Parenting Course Beginning Monday May 7 at the White Sulphur Springs Public Library. Classes will meet each Monday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. (No class May 28). For more information or to register for the course, please contact the Family Refuge Center at 645-6334. Seneca Trail C.B. Club Shooting match, Saturday April 28 at the Lobelia Lodge. Prizes include bacon, steaks and porkchops. There will be shotgun and .22 rifle matches. Hot dogs and drinks available. Business Start-Up Workshop Saturday April 28, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., sponsored by Ronceverte Com- munity Awareness Association and W. Va. Small Business Develop- ment. Contact Virginia Taber at WRON Radio for more information. Caldwell Pentecostal Holiness Church Pentecostal Fellowship Spring Rally, 7.'30 p.m. May 1. Speaker Gary Storms. Tenth District V.F.W. Will meet April 29, at the Post Home in Rainelle. Lunch will be served at 1 p.m. Department representatives will be Linda Hill, Senior Vice Presi- dent; James Burkhart, State Senior Vice Commander. All members are urged to attend. Bostic/Jackson/Honaker's VFW Post 3116, Caldwell: giving away bicycle safety stickers at the Caldwell Presbyterian Church Saturday, April 28. Refreshments will be served. Saint Charles Borromeo White Sulphur Springs, Wednesday, May 2 and 5, 8:20 a.m. rosary recitation after the 8 a.m. Mass. Monday, April 30, 7p.m., Adult Educa- tion class, for high school age and up, on the Sacred Scripture. Take your Bible. "Good Grie' Thursday, may 3, 7 p.m., a support group for those suffering grief due to divorce, loss, separation or death of a loved one, will meet in Tuke Hall of Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation Wednesday, May 2, 6 p.m., at Brier Inn, Lewisburg. For reservations and planning purposes, please call Ramona at the Greenbrier Eco- nomic Development Office at 645-7155. Highland Park United Methodist Church Second Creek, Ramp dinner, Saturday, April 28, 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Adults $5, children under 12 $2. The menu will include cooked ramps, raw ramps, ham, salad, potatoes, brown beans, cake or pie and coffee and tea. Everyone is invited. Proceeds for new siding for the church. Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg The Renaissance City Winds and mime artists, Mark Thompson & Company, Thursday, April 26, 8 p.m. Tickets $7.50 adults; $5.50 for seniors and students. Call 645-7917 for reservations. 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