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for the Individual Project Fair, Lewisburg Elementary Idents received instruction in the Scientific Method of making student made utensils, and observing and recording the rg Elementary fair set for May 15-16 15th and 16th, the Valley Mall will be Individual Project Fair. Students from the first ~e sixth grade have exhibits for judging and are an assortment experiments, science social studies dis- approximately 65 pro- a wide range of lere Does Wind The Ozone Layer, Salt Concentration Ef- fect Brine Shrimp Growth?, The Colors of Nature, Simple Machines in a Pinball Machine, The Battle of Gettysburg, Is Reclamation Work- ing? and many other interesting exhibits. Also on display will be those elementary projects chosen to represent Greenbrier County in the Regional Science Fair at Camp Ceasar. The public is invited to look atthe exhibits on Friday, May 15th from 12 noon to 8:30 p.m. The exhibit will be open on Saturday, May 16th from 10:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. h Lobban accepted derson-Broaddus Lobban, daugh- ~nd Mrs. Charles Lewis of Alderson, West as been accepted at roaddus College in Phil- 'irginia, for the 1987-88 Miss Lobban will ogy. wilt be a 1987 Greenbrier East High re she is president of the Alderson 4-H club, r secretary and is a member of the FFA. She is a member of Old Greenbrier Baptist Church in Alderson. Alderson-Broaddus is a four- year, fully accredited liberal arts and science college offering a wide variety of programs including- computer science, management information systems, teacher edu- cation, allied health sciences, bus- iness administration, pre-minister- ial programs, technical writing and social sciences. applications in Lewisburg permit apptica- approved in Lewisburg 105 Wildwood Ave- 101 Mackle Lane, 169 Wake Robin Trail, Accessory building; R. Boggs, Blackbird Way, Dwell- ing; WVSOM, 400 N. Lee Street, Park; and M. Caldwell, 200 Hilltop Drive, Deck. "Sun Sensessions" UNION, W.VA. HOME PHONE 772-3618 10 SESSIONS $35.00 HOURS: 12:00 Noon - 8:00 P.M. on0a ,,,u=% ilmmmmnmm IIIIIBII Motor Sales, Inc. UNION, WVl m will away. . . =1,000oo Farmers Day, June 6-at 10:45 A.M. 1st PRIZE- $50000 2nd PRIZE - $300oo 3rd PRIZE- $20000 that purchases avehicle from April i110:00 a.m. on Farmer's Day will receive "icket plus an Additional Ticket for each paid in difference on the purchase of a FORD RY CARS Tempo GLs Factory Car REBATE Thunderbirds Miles, SAVE! REBATE Merkurs john's paint interiors 114 Seneca Trail Fairlea, West Virginia 24902 645-3300 "ed, one blue. REBATE ord Mustang 4 cyl., 4 speed Boggs 1985 Lincoln Town Car Loaded, Boss's Car, NICE! (2) 1984 Bronco IIs V6, 4 spd., low mileage V6. 5 spd., 4x4, SHARP! TRUCKS & 4 X 4's ,2 New 4 X 4's In Stock ~$ & Bronco II's 1983 Ford F150 V8, 3 )eed, one owner 1983 GMC Pickup 4x4, auto., V8, long bed 1982 Ford F150 V8, 4 spd., 57,000 miles. Nice truck. Kenneth Brian 1-772-3082, Kirby Wickline Eco-spout By TONI ODGEN A while back I mentioned a handy looking gadget I had found in a Burpee catalog. It was hidden, in a manner of speaking, on a mailing envelope in only one of the three catalogs they sent me this year. I've come to hate this extra advertising on catalog inserts. It's easy to overlook interesting products, or loose the inserts altogether (my children always pull them out). I had a time tracking down the envelope with the ordering information. Once found, the Eco-spout as it is called, was sent for and just arrived this week, and I tried it out right away. I'm pleased to report that it is still possible to find a useful bargain in this day and age. At $2.98 (plus $1.00 handling) this screw-on addition to the plastic milk jug is nearly perfect. The parts are well made and more durable looking than my fifeteen dollar watering can; the seals are snug and there is less dribbling, too. An extension is included that allows you to water potted plants easily without scrunching foliage, and the sprinkler works well for flats once seedlings are well on their way. Both the sprinkler head and the spout work better pointed up, and you'll need to poke a tiny air hole in the jug handle for smooth watering. Considering how difficult it is to find a satisfactory watering can without spending a fortune, I'm glad I found the Eco-spout (P- 83923). Let's get out there and deadhead the bulbs. Plants are robbed of vigor when they're left to go to seed. And the garden takes on a wobegone look. Soon enough the bulb foliage itself will give an autumn in June appearance tothe garden unless you're ready with some annuals or perennials to follow. A good perennial Tor this purpose is catmint (Nepeta), not catnip. Its pretty gray-green foliage is attractive, and while the plants die back in winter, they will spread flower and cover the by-gone daffodils and tulips. Shear catmint back after its long display of purple flowers is over, and take cuttings to create ground covers of this undemanding plant. Good annuals to set or sow amongst the bulbs are old timers-- rock moss (portulaca), nasturt- iums, johnny jump-ups, and four o'clocks. And for partial shade you can obtain impatiens from almost any local greenhouse. Update on Jane Weikle A fund has been established at The First National Bank in Roncev- erte for Jane Weikle, wife of Roy Weikle. The Weikles are residents of the City of Ronceverte and Jane is the daughter of lna Williams Cumby of Asbury. She is currently undegoing extensive cancer treat- merits in a Roanoke Virginia hospit- al and they are not covered by any medical insurance. They are now receiving some help from Voca- tional Rehabilitation, but it is not enough to cover expenses. It is necessary for someone to stay in Roanoke with Jane at all times and this only increases expenses. Any donations will be appreciated by Janeand the family. Please bring or mail your donation to: The First National Bank of Ronceverte, P.O. Drawer 457, Ronceverte, W.V., 24970. _ o, Pair wins sc-h01arShips A pair of Concord College music students from Greenbrier County, Susan Riggs and Sherry Guilliams, received the Ella Holroyd Music Scholarships at Concord College during the College's annual Honors Banquet April 30. Dr. Timothy L. Mainland, associ- ate professor music, presented the award in the College Center State- room. The scholarship is named for a deceased Concord alumnus who chaired the Music Department at the school for many years. "The award pays tribute to the faith of the two students" in pursuing their music studies, Dr. Mainland said. The checks pre- sented cover the cost of tuition and fees to the college. Riggs, a resident of Rupert, is a senior majoring in music educa- tion with a comprehensive teach- ing field, kindergarten through grade twelve. A graduate of Hunt- ington Vinson High School, she is a transfer from Marshall University and the Greenbrier Community College Center. She is married to Michael Riggs of Rupert. Guilliams, of Quinwood, is a sophmore studying music educa- tion and mathematics. A 1985 graduate of Greenbrier West High School, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie D. Guilliams. If you haven't received your copy, get one FREE at True Value Home Center 113 S. Court St. Lewisburg, WV 645-1334 Covington, VA (703) 962-2166 SALE ENDS MAY 16th. The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, May 12, 1987 7B FORCES MAY 16 Grand Commandery convenes May 14 Sir Knight, John B. Arbuckle, Jr,, the Right Eminent Grand Com- mander, will convene the 113th Conclave of the Grand Command- ery of West Virginia in Lewisburg, on May 15th. A worship service will be con- ducted Thursday May 14th at the Clifton Presbyterian Church in Maxwelton. Services will begin at 7:00 p.m. and be conducted by Sir Knight, Rev. D. Keith Clark, the Eminent Grand Prelate. The public is invited to attend this service. Among the many distinguished guests in attendance at the Grand Commandery will be Sir Knight, Charles R, Neumann, Grand Re- corder of the Grand Emcampment of the United States. Saturday the newly elected- Grand Officers will be installed. Installation will be at 10:30 a.m. The incoming Grand Commander, Sir Knight, J. Nelson Deakin, of Wheeling, will be installed at this time along with the other Grand officers. High Style By Don McCoy Translucent powders with added color give a special glow to face-- and bare shoulders, too. Pat lightly with a giant cotton puff. Top designers are showing bouffant and flared skirts for spring, some of them short enough to qualify as miniskirts. Others suggest graceful skirts that are long and full. Shaving tip for men: apply shaving foam, then brush your teeth while beard softens. Eye irritated? Fill a clean bowl with cool water, then lower your face into it, eyes open. Shape your lips with a lip pencil the same color as your lipstick. Steady your hand with your pinky finger on your chin. Let us shape your hair with an expert cut that keeps its good looks as it grows in. Call now for an appointment at... Hhite Sulphur Springs 536-3768 r~r~,~I Marlinton 799-7},51 ~,,~.~.~=~,;~ 10th District VFW to meet May 17 The ]0th District meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and its Ladies Auxihary will meet on Sunday, May 17. 1987 at t:00 pm at the I.O.O.F. Hall in Craigsville. Department Senior Vice President Peggy Butcher of Huntington and State Inspector Kelly Goddard of Rainelle will be the Department representahves There will be a school of instruction on eligibility, membership and dues ~ncrease. Th~s ~s also the elechon of 10th District officers All 10th District post a~]d auxiliary members are urged to attend. John's Paint nternors A Paint Sale For People Who Want More Than Just A Lower Price! SALE ENDS MAY 30th. Speedhide'~ Acrylic Latex Interior Flat Wall Paint A high hiding flat wall paint for interior walls and ceilings. Spreads easily, has excellent flow, low odor, and resists yellowing. Speedhide' Interior Latex Semi-Gloss Ename Easily applied, low odor, excellent washability, and resistant to yellowing. Use on interior walls, ceilings, trim, and similar surfaces where a semi-gloss finish is desired. .ow =9 o .ow 12zo ONLY GAL ONLY" GAL~ Pittsburgh Paints-- 0nly our best. We guarantee it. 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