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8B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 17, 1990 Tabor Towers Art Exhibit Civil War Show At The Second Annual Art Exhibi- tion of the Tabor Towers Art Class will be held May 27 in the Day Room of the apartment building, 313 Norlh Court Street, Lewisburg. Selected works will be shown at an Open House from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and will remain on exhibit through June 3. This year the class will be joined by the Art for Therapy Group from People United for Self Help who will be displaying their talent as artists. Extra income! Are you a sharp individu~d venting to earn extra dol- lars on your own time? Be- girl making hefty profits im- mediately by simply show- ing and taking orders Kom our impressive color catalog of over 3,000 items. Choose tour own customers-set own hourst Retailers too. We send you need to get catalog, Confidential List, order forms, and instructions. Send $2.50 (refundable after first order) to.~. Surprising World of Products 107-B East Washington St. Lewisburg, W.Va. 24901-1427 Questions ? Phone (304) 647-4555 nk A one-man show "Co: Aytch (Company H): Memoirs of a Confed- erate Soldier" will be presented at Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg, as part of the Civil War rei~nactment weekend commemorating the Battle of Lewis- burg at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 18. Written and performed by Bob Funk, it is based on the book Co. Aytch: The Classic Memoirs of the Civil War by a Confederate Soldier by Sam R. Watkins. Written twenty years after the war began, the book first appeared as a series of articles for the Columbia, Tennessee Her- ald. They are an account of one man's experiences in the Civil War. The theatrical production is set in a lecture hall in 1882. In the play, Mr Funk portrays Sam Watkins who is there to talk with the audience about his experiences in the war. He takes the audience through a number of experiences from the start of the war and through to the surrender. Mr Funk is an Assistant Profes- sor at The University of Alabama at Birmingham where he is in charge of the acting program and services as the Artistic Director for the Birming- ham Shakespeare Ensemble. Also appearing as part of the evening's activities will be Talcott musician and resident Jim Costa. Tickets are $3 for adults and $1 for students and senior citizens. For additional information, call 645- 7917. Look For The Mountain Messenger Every Thursday "IIVorrv Free Senior Livin Furnish~ suites...all meals...transportation...24 Hr. Assistance...whirlpooi baths...beauty parlor...laundry svc....no deposit...daily/monthly... 252-5452 1-800-552-8785 Beckley t~ ~ :, } "t l:lI;I ~ am