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sorority, Xi Gamma I Beta Sigma Phi, is spon- third annual "Project for Greenbrier East students. Graduation is an all-night geared to help sen- a safe and memorable night, according to soror- Brenda Gherman. Mrs n said "Last year's icommitment and involve- community, and the and conduct of the seniors, made 'The e success and allowed our expectations." County Board of the administration and of Greenbrier East High Project Graduation, Mrs Gherman. is a wonderful chance for i to have a great and safe to w~n cash prizes too," said. The sorority a grand prize of $2,000 in a drawing held at 6 cash prizes are awarded nigh-long activities. Mrs "Last year the soror- gave television sets, bicycles, stereo and cameras. We're right now to contact mer- line up our gift items for Graduation is held at East High School The ourns Jr., a Marlinton busi- Spoke to the Ronceverte Awareness Association April 12. He and Doug Dun- of Marlinton, encour- of the Greenbrier t Association in In promoting the comple- Corps of Engineers study Greenbrier River flood to Mr Burns, $2.3 mil- already been spent and more must be appropri- COngress in early May to the study. "The Corps of rs does not think many displaced. Eighty-five of the land in question is by the government," ~,aid. Jack Kirby of the local Na- iUard spoke on a drug seminar to be held at Tuesday May 1. was reminded of the River Festival pageant ril 21 at Greenbrier East in Fairlea and of Clean- May 19. (Rain date k 4-H Renick 4-H Club held its April 11. The min- read and the roll was and treasurer,s iven. The club voted to exhibit at Renick Alumni up was planned for April Visual presentations. The adjourned and refresh- party starts at 9 p.m. and ends at 6 a.m. the following morning. More than 100 adult volunteers attend the party every year. In 1989, 280 seniors, 100 guests and more than 100 volunteers at- tended. Pre-registration is required and applications are now available at Greenbrier East High School. Contact Charlotte A. Cook, 645- 6127, or Vicky J. Williams, 645- 6643, for more information. The second series of "Meet Your Candidates" will be Wednesday, April 25, 7 p.m., at the Court House. The meeting is sponsored by the Democratic Woman's Club. This is the second meeting this year which gives the public an op- portunity to see and hear the candi- date seeking state-wide, offices. An- nouncements of the meeting and in- vitations have been sent to all West Virginia Candidates. Each category of office will be given an allotted time for the candi- date seeking that office. Charles Boothe will be timekeeper. Following the formal presenta- tions in the Courtroom, a social hour with refreshments will be provided in the Courthouse lobby where indi- viduals can talk with the candidates on an informal basis. Only Candidates who were in- vited will be given an opportunity to speak during the formal presenta- tions.. Sarah Lee Neal, President urges all Democrats to avail themselves of this opportunity to become informed. The refreshments will be under the direction of Alma Campbell and her committee. The Mountaineer Horseshoe Club will hold its organizational meeting for 1990 at the Island Park Courts in Ronceverte, Tuesday, May 1, 7 p.m. Business to be discussed will include election of officers, work needed on the courts, organization of league play for the summer, and the Mountaineer Open Horseshoe Tournament to be held June 2 and 3. If enough interest is shown, a league for women pitchers will be discussed. Anyone interested in pitching horseshoes this summer is urged to attend this meeting or contact Bob Baker at 647-4721. Sorority Meets At Mrs Clower's Xi Gamma Epsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met April 17 at the home of Vivian Clower. Founder's Day, scheduled for April 28 at Circle J in Fairlea, was discussed. A Social was planned for April 21. The next meeting will be at the home of Janet Turner May 1. Members present were Vivian Clower, Janet Turner, Marilyn Hylton, Bobbi Hinkle, Linda Powell, Ernestine Atkinson, Brenda Gher- man, Charlotte Cook, Deb Mclntire, Shirley Turner, Karen Eggleston, Peclay Shaver and Nancy Spradlin. With Feelin Barbershop harmony lovers are in for a treat the first weekend in May when the "Men of Greenbrier" raise their voices in songs from "Grandpa's Attic." Chorus director 'rommy Holbrook and show chairman Daniel Perry have been involved since Christmas in pulling the Spring 1990 con- cert together. In addition to the thirty voice chorus, several quartets and an octet Will be presented in two performances at Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg. Show time is 8 p.m. on May 4 and May 5. Tickets are now available from chorus members or at the Carnegie Hall office. VFW Auxillary Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary wilt hold Installation of 1990-91 Officers ,Saturday April 28 at 7 p.m. at the Post Home, Main Street, Rainelle. The Post will also have their installation at the same . time. The new Auxiliary officers are: Mary Crigger, president; Carlos Bishop, senior vice president;Monna Alice Tincher, junior vice president and treasurer; Goldie Treadwa~,, chaplin;. Helen Williams, conduc- tress; Ruby Whanger, Alice Roberts, guards; Mabel Bennett, Malena Bre- senhan and Betty Brown, trustees. Installing officer for the Ladies will . be Joyce Dyer, Department Conduc- tress from Fort Sebert, Auxiliary7 9666. Installing officer for the Post will be Senior Vice Commander Jim Burkhart of Post 1212, Parkersburg. All Post and Auxiliary members are asked to attend this meeting and support the Veterans and their Aux- iliary. Library Friends The Friends of the Ronceverte Public Library held their monthly meeting at the library April 16 with 13 members present. President Sue Ella Miano, called the meeting to order. Secretary Elizabeth Wiseman read the min- utes of the previous meeting and Treasurer Colleen Walton gave her report. The slate of officers for the new year was voted on. President, Sue Ella Miano; vice president, Sally Home; secretary, Elizabeth Wise- man; treasurer, Colleen Walton; publicity, Betty Ralston; historian, Ann Orr. The Friends will plant flowers around the Library in preparation for the River Festival. Plans were also tentatively made for the sale of Strawberry Short Cake during the Festival on the Island. Those attending the April 16 meeting were Vi Hedrick, Elizabeth Wiseman, Sharon Baker, Colleen Walton, Sue Ella Miano, Sally Parker, Iva Dean Sessions, Ann Orr, Karen 'Pierce, Judy Piercy, Betty Ralston and two new members- Betty Holt and Nellie Massey. 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GOODRICH SOUTH OF AND NORTH OF UNION AT THE HOLYMAN PLACE. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLE FURNITURE: Victorian Break Front Walnut Cabinet, Oak Desk Bookcase Combination, Walnut Marble Top Dresser, 4 Drawer Sewing Chest, Several Walnut and Cherry One Drawer Tables, Walnut Wash Stand, Walnut Bookcase, Walnut Victorian Slant Front Secretary, 2 Lincoln Rockers, Victorian Walnut Gentleman's Chair, Empire Chest of Drawers, Small Pembroke Table, Vanity Victorian Dresser, Oak Hall Tree with Beveled Mirror, Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table, Old Mantle Clocks, Many Old Trunks (Flat & oval), Old Baby Cradle, Roll Top Desk, Small Goat Wagon, Flatwall Pie Safe, Old Kitchen Cabinet, Small Victorian Setee with Chair, Library Table, Split Bottom Chairs. GLASSWARE & COLLECTIBLES: Set of Seville China, Odd Crystal Bowls, Odd Pieces of Various China, Cut Glass, Oriental Rug, 2 Small Oriental Rugs, Large Beveled Mirrors, Picture Frames (various and many), Woven Coverletts, 2 Bowl and Pitcher Sets, Old Lamps, Old Quilts, Wheat Pattern Butter Printer, Old Wagon, Buggy Wheels and Shafts, License Tags, Silverware, Bone Handle Carving Set, Sterling Silver Individual Salts, Cut Glass Vinegar Cruet. APPLIANCES & MISCELLANEOUS: Frigidaire Refrigerator, Gibson Electric Stove (30 in.), Washer & Dryer, Several Oil Heating Stoves, Deep Freeze (upright), Meal-Master Wood Cook Stove, Many items too numerous to mention. * 1977 DODGE ASPEN - one owner, 19,500 actual miles. FARM MACHINERY: Also Selling Same Location The Following Machinery Ford 551-5 ft. Round Hay Bale (belt type), Ford Hay Rake (front wheel type), 538 Ford Haybine 7 ft. Cut With Extra Knife (some parts for International), Grimm Hay Tedder (wheel kick in), Front End Spear (fits any front end loader), 3 pt Rear Spear, Reat Hydraulic Round Bale Unroller, NAPA Paint Sprayer (used one time with 2 gal. tank and hoses never used), Cattle Head Chute, Ferguson 30 Tractor Nith New Tires and Draw Bar. Sale conducted to settle the Christine Holyman estate and Dr. John Tomlin- son who is dispersing his machinery by... Marion Bradley, Auctioneer $600 Kermit Morgan, Auctioneer $479 TERMS: Settlement day of Sale. Lunch served by local fire Dept. On Friday sale will be primarily small items and contents of 2 outbuildings on Saturday all other personal property. Machinery will sell at (12:00 noon Sat.) 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