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Sue Shupe (left) & Helen Nottinqham [nton: Wright Marlinton Woman's Club ten million ladies the world April 20-24 in the centennial of the Federation of Women's The local group con- programs to mark the ani, zed by Centennial Chairman Ruth Morgan. !to Remember--a Future to theme chosen by the celebration. with the Arts" was 20 in the Fellowship Hall ~ Marlinton Presbyterian showcase a variety of cul- found in Pocahontas program of music and art open to the public, fea- young people and adults. 21 the club conducted centennial program, with a vocal and instru- music, and special recogni- new local instrumental en- as "Sentimental Jour- for its first time. Edward 'ed the saxophone and group, which included on piano, Ronald )et, Bill Hefner on gui- Simmons on drums, Fowler on bass. They on the song "Darktown Bali" by "flapper" Dreama Nottingham of Marlinton for having belonged Women's Club the The 84-year-old Durbin na- in 1933. She taught 29 Pocahontas County including elementary In Durbin, Campbelltown, inton, before retiring in also taught Sunday the Marlinton Presbyterian ham has served as and vice president of the rrWoman's club has been in Worthwhile in this com- She said. "It's a privile, e to it.' This Year The "collect" for Woman's Club members was set to music and sung by a trio made up of Kathy Snyder, Ruth Morgan, and Annette Graham. Jessica Fauber, a clarinetist and student of Greenbrier East High School, played a solo for the pro- gram and was accompanied by Frances Eskridge. The Marlinton and Seneca Woodlands Woman's Clubs con- ducted a joint meeting April 24 to view the satellite-relayed program from Washington, D. C., celebrating the GFWC's centennial. According to Ruth Morgan, the GFWC began in 1890 when 63 women from 18 states gathered in New York City to form a federation with the motto "Unity in Diversity." The motto expressed the theme of women from diverse backgrounds and locations "pioneering" together as volunteers in their communities, states, and nation. "Facing chal- lenges to their right to meet and work together, or even to stand at a podium and speak," Mrs Morgan wrote, "today this women's volunteer movement is credited with signifi- cant achievements and triumphs. These include being in the forefront of initiating responsiveness to com- munity needs and, together as member clubs, accomplishments in education, establishing public librar- ies, support of food and drug regula- tions, child labor laws, conservation, beautification, and much more." The Marlinton Woman's Club or- ganized with eight members in 1917 as "The Woman's Literary Club of Martinton." Mrs P. A. George of Ronceverte presided at the organ- izational meeting. For many years membership was limited to 25, and meetings were held in members' homes. 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He said one must educate himself about the possible consequences of drug usage. Mr Malcolm showed several photos de- picting the consequences of drug usage in a large ctty. Sponsors for the April monthly meeting were Possum Holler Pizza at Charmco; Sunset Terrace Motel, Lewisburg; Quinwood Exxon and Briar Scratches II, Rupert. May Festival The Greenbrier County Commit- tee on Aging, inc. will spcnsor a May Day Festival Friday, May 11, at the Rupert Community Building from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be a country store, crafts and a bake sale. Lunch will consist of brown beans, corn bread, hot dogs, desserts and drinks. Door Prizes will be given out. Activities for the day will consist of Pretty, Ugly & Funny Hat Contest, Ugly Tie Con- test, Husband/Wife Calling Contest, Pie Auction, Guess Cake, Bean Guess and Cake Walk. Entertain- ment will be provided during the af- ternoon. Everyone is invited to the May Day Festival. Plans have been finalized for the annual Mountaineer Athletic Club dinner Saturday, May 12, at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. Dinner chairman, Dr Rich- ard Marshall, has announced that area Mountaineer fans will have the opportunity to hear West Virginia University Athletic Director Ed Pasti- long, Head Basketball Coach Gale Catlett and Head Football Coach Don Nehlen. The Greenbrier East High School Jazz Ensemble will provide music for listening and dancing during the reception which begins at 6:30 p.m. Door prizes will be awarded at the conclusion of the evening. Tickets at $65 tax deductible are available from area representatives: Dave Parmer in Hinton, Frank Dawson, Richwood; Frank Mazzei, Summersville; Jim Scarborough, Union, Bill Simmons and Rodney Pack, Alderson; David Haines in Covington; John Estep and Gene Nelson, Rainelle; Steve Hunter and Gene Simmons, Marlinton; Keith Morgan, Ronceverte; Chris Walkup, White Sulphur Springs, Dick Ford, Brad Tuckwiller, Jim Childers, Frank Jolliffe, Doug Warren, Clarence "Womp" Jones and Chuck Lewis in Lewisburg. 647-5724 Look For The Mountain Messenger Every Thursday TORE & ExxN 2 liter Pepsi .......................................... 99 24 pk ................................................... $6.99 Single NR's ............................................ 49 Check with us on these Pepsi and other products Cross the Bridge in Ronceverte, and SAVE 647-5434 Beautification Winners Gap Mills Elementary and Junmr High schools received the third-place award April 27 for their placement in the statewide School Beautifica- tion Project, sponsored by the Parent-Teachers Association (PTA) of West Virginia. Gap Mills PTA member Naomi Cohen, left, accepted the award from Mary Boone of McDonough-Caperton Insurance Group, which funded the $300 given to the school. The presentation was part of the annual meeting of the statewide PTA in Charleston. The school placed third out of all state schools with over 300 students for its work of installing two new signs, landscaping, and new playground equip- ment. Ms Cohen said, "This is a great accomplishment, especially considering the fact Gap Mills has had an active PTA for only two years. We appreciate the encouragement of our principal, Larry Mus- rain, and all those parents, students, and community members who helped by their contributions and volunteer labor." ( The best things in the Greater "] | Greenbrier Valley are free... | ntain Messenger RADER'S Lewisburg, WV (304) 645-1234 * ComDlete Charter Service * Flight Training SchoolAvailable Lessons arranged for schedule! 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