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an Priscilla Maren away, another day; wants to play. have told this nursery their children for genera- do you think it's really who wants the rain to go children enjoy going out in splash through puddles in dry out their umbrel- They also like the of being cooped up in- helping their mother or clipping things from it's little Johnny's parents rain to go away -- no can be done, things in will start to mold, the fbe hard to start, the laundry hung out, the dog will be Smelly. And the children out to play for long; -- be back in, with muddy dripping raincoats and pants cuffs. 8omething To Do days, when the children can we do?" It's some- to come up with good here's a list of things that and children can enjoy: vegetable soup: you cut and carrots while the up green beans and shell peas, tear up leaves, etc. large piece of paper, draw neighborhood and let draw the houses, etc. on the map. a playhouse by draping 'and quilts over a table, and Children a flashlight to use house. to music from the radio, Try dancing in mirror so you can catch eS of yourselves as you Bring out old hats, shoes, scarves, tights, costume jewelry, etc. for the children to dress up in. Make up songs together, in which you sing part of the song and the children add to it. Standards like "Mary Had a Little Lamb" (Tiger, Bee, Dog, etc.) and "Old MacDonald" are fun to improvise on. Bake some muffins '(let your children put the little papers in the muffin tins). Then put on your boots, raincoat and umbrella and go for a walk in the rain with your children to take the muffins to a neighbor's for a rainy day tea party. Something To Make To make a decorated dish towel, you'll need permanent felt marking pens in several colors, some plain dish towels (or ones with only a few stripes), an old table or workbench or board that you don't mind putting thumbtacks into, a few sheets of newspaper and some thumbtacks. Lay newspaper on the board or table. Then lay out a dish towel, tacking it down so that it is stretched tight. Then let your child draw de- signs or pictures on the towel with the permanent marking pens. If you have several towels on hand, your child may keep busy for a long time decorating them. Have you experienced difficulty in getting YOUR Mountain Messenger ? If so, please 'phone 647-5724 Weekdays 8:30 a.m --- 5:30 p.m. We strive to bring you the best news- paper in a timely fashion. Thank you. 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Sharp Navy Petty Officer Second Class Thomas V. Sharp, a 1978 graduate of Greenbrier East High School, Lewisburg, recently departed Cecil Field, Florida, on deployment to the Mediterranean Sea while serving with Strike Fighter Squadron-136, embarked aboard the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower. During the deployment, Sharp will participate in various military ex- ercises and visit several foreign ports. He joined the Navy in Febru- ary 1979. Shane C. Britton Coast Guard Seaman apprentice Shane C. Britton, son of Kenneth B. Britton of Marlinton recently gradu- ated from Coast Guard recruit train- ing. Seaman Britton attended the eight-week training at the Coast Guard Training Center, Cape May, New Jersey. Among the subjects he studied were first aid, Coast Guard history and seamanship, communi- cations, damage control, tirefighting and physical conditioning. A 1987 graduate of Braxton County High School, Sutton, he joined the Coast Guard in January. Humane Society Animals Now At Lewisburg Vet Hospital Greenbrier County Humane Soci- ety will no longer house animals at Greenbrier Veterinary Hospital on Route 219 North of Lewisburg. Stray animals may be taken to the Animal Shelter (645-7255) on Route 60 at Lewisburg Veterinary Hospital. The Dog Warden may be contacted at 645-1585. More information concerning the Humane Society may be had by calling 645-7079. The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 3, 1990 7B Hinton Nurses' The Summers County School of Practical Nursing in Hinton is now accepting applications for a class that will begin in September 1990. If you are interested in applying please go to the Summers Career Center, Route 20 North, Hinton, be- tween 8 a~m. and noon, Monday through Friday. At the time of appli- cation, you will be required to pay $20 for the National League of Nursing's Pre-entrance examination which will be given June 26 at 8:30 a.m. ALLEGHAIFY T-SHIBTS CUSTOM QUALITY ,SCREEN PR1NT1NG Hats,T- Shirts,Sweats,Jackets Remember Us Whet} Promot i ng r Busi ncs,,,, School Activities and Special Events 218 SenecaTrail, Fairlca,WV. [304} 645-162.3 I I sa Co-authored legislation that leads to the creation of 500 private sector jobs for West Virginians. Co-authored tough ethics legislation to protect West Virginians against dishonest public officials. Fought to rescue the Teachers Retirement System and the Public Employees Insurance Agency. Fought successfully to prevent the closing of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Fought successfully for a new law that requires fair i;i Rt. 2, 1 Mile North Of Covington Sales M.I= 8 AM to 6 PM- Sat. 9AM to 4PM Service M-I= IIAM to $ PM - Sat. SAM to 4 PM Grover C. Ford, GM Barry W. Mullins, Sales Mgr. an - Allen Har,'ison - Columbus Shifflett 962-7853 \ and equal property tax appraisals. Fought to prevent the closing of Denmar, Andrew S. Rowan and the Greenbrier Center .... Fought for legislation that restricts out of state garbage. Paid for by the Rowe Volunteer Committee, John W. Deitz, Treasurer ii