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TIME times during a 24 do you look at a clock to time it is? How many times ask someone else "What !is in the now! If I waste this ior 60 seconds, my time will or given to me again! World War II we had a interesting time in our worked the German pris- in the prison camp near White Sulphur time was to work on They received little for their time from the gov- One of their favorite or slogans was: "Time is so get to work." Money was at that time, as it is was then spent to not work done, but to be- uainted with them. Time is of life. few minutes ago, I picked from my desk. The "Time!" A four letter word meaning. Time is sure and if we lose it we By Roberta Patton Rodgers "Procrastination is the thief of time," but yet I procrastinate and put off instead of getting right to the job at hand, losing time never to be re- gained. "We are now living on borrowed time" you hear that too, rm sure. That especially comes from older folk or senior citizens. The Bible says something about it. "Three- score and ten and you're on bor- rowed time." My interpretation of it means to use your time wisely. It is a kind of admonition to get things done now. Who knows the hour or the minute when time on earth will have passed us by? Don't we wish we could "thumbs up!" and make good use of time? Don't we wish each morning our band credited our account with United State money -- $86,400? ev- ery evening cancelled whatever part of the amount you failed to use, what would you do? Draw out every cent! Time is just a bank. Every morn- ing it credits you with 86,400 sec- onds. Every night it writes off, as Gamma Epsilon Sorority Holds Founder's Day Banquet Alice Hollingsworth (back row, left) Marilyn Hylton; Karen Eggleston, Janet Turner, Vivian Clower, Debbie Mclntire, Brenda Gherman, Ernestine Atkinson. Front Row (left) Vickey Williams, Charlotte Cook, Lilly Richmond. Xi Gamma Epsilon Chapter of Spradlin; and Woman of the Year, Beta Sigma Phi, Lewisburg, metBrenda Gherman. April 28 for their Annual Founder's New officers for 1990-91 were Day Banquet, with the theme "Gifts elected. They are President From The Heart." Ernestine Atkinson; Vice President, Awards presented for Perfect At- Bobble Hinkle; Treasurer, Lilly tendance to Marilyn Hylton; for Pro- Richmond; Corresponding Secre- grams of the Year to Ernestine At- tary, Nancy Spradlin; Recording kinson; as Valentine Queen, Nancy Secretary, Karen Eggleston. County Women Democrats Have Lunch Big Ai's Four Seasons in Green- Joe Martin, Bill Proudfoot from El- The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 24, 1990 5A Lewisburg Junior Women's Club Plants Tree On Earth Day Lewisburg Junior Women's Club planted a tree in honor of Earth Day, May 20 at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine Park. Representing the Junior Women's club (from left to right) were Suzanne Pierce, Shirley Humphrey, Heather Herrick, Emily Shirey, Michele Hanna and Liz Wickline. Lambda Alpha New Officers it. As we all realize, life lost, whatever of these you have bank was the setting for the Poca- kins and Jane Price Sharp for ht? failed to invest to good purpose. It hontas Democratic Women's Spring House of Delegates; Marvin Homan, carries no balance It allows no hns he., my wonderful mother ' luncheon eiqhty reservations were Zane Summers and Linda Co' , overdrafts Each night it burns the ' " - Ittee to me "Practice yOur pi- " sent in and fifteen walk-ins attended, for State Democratic Comm' ; s, or get your homework, record for the day. , Primary election circulated Wawa Beard Gilmore, Dottle If you fall to use the day s de Jr violin, and practice! I ....... - among the guests, introducing McLaughlin, Kay Keeler, Margaret posit the lOSS is yours inere is no it now, you are ,losing , ' themselves and their families.Forren and Mary Buhl, county Ex- t a minute, Mom, III do it going back. There is no drawing After lunch an auction of home- ecutive committee and Margaret i ' against tomorrow You must hve m expect you were admon- made baked cloods and home-made Smith for non-partisan board of edu- the present on today's deposit " same way. As I grow older -- craft tems donated by the members cation. Invest it to get the most in health and time flys by, I realize . . ' was held. Colonel Gilbert Jack, local Margaritte Leach, president of happiness, and serv ce ~rtance of working on proj- , auctioneer from Marlinton, con- the West Virginia Federation of i , Take time to smell the roses for ant to complete but never ducted the sale. A profit of $325. Democratic Women's clubs, invited i ind that time. the whole summer, was made by the'club. An afghan, everyone to attend the state con- _ .... L ,= The Messenge " " made by Eleanor McLaughlin from vention in Wheeling September 14 Preceptor Lambda Alpha Sorority recently had their election of offi- F~_~ Frost, was won by Wanda Eye and 15. . cers. From left to right are Anne Stuart, president; Barbara Livesay, len Educators ri~ SERVrl~Gt Hedrick, Officers of the Pocahontas Club vice president; Marguerite Wiseman,'recording secretary; Susan Ban- Ild State Meet I~"~LL~E~E~I Candidates attending were: Lar- are Kay Keeler, President; Emma ton, corresponding secretary. Not shown in the photo: Cece Harris, i v ~ ,, ii, i j h ~" .... ""=--"---- rie Bailey, for State Treasurer; Walt Beard, Vice president, Mary Bu I, treasurer and Becky Longanacre, extension officers. a Zeta members Marie ~ Helmick, for State Senate; Dicksecretary; Dottle McLaughlin, trees- At their meeting, members were presented a calendar of the coming i, Glenna Hefner, Bonnie t--'f ~!i Groseclose, for county commission; urer. year and activities were planned. Wanda Blake, past president pre- Veda Nolen and Eiteen / LOBBAN u , sented gifts to her outgoing officers. Ann Stuart was presented a gift traveled to Morgantown for | ~:~- Funeral Home I WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS TO US - I as Woman of the Year and Barbara Livesay was given special recog- Convention of Alpha Delta I~~ Check our 3 ways I (AND ABUT 50,000 OTHER FOLKS) | nition from International for co6rdinating contributions of all sororities lternational Honorary Soror- Ill,= ,Ill to r d.c I I for victims of Hurricane Hugo. IO~en Educators. Members [ ~llhJL Lolllibban funeral costs | CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER Ifi" - 'i Over the state attended the I Charles L. Lobba AI AI~' e'~#"~.,I.II " bud,ntative'Y COnvention.RegionallmmediateWaS KatYvice.Presid ent. Internatinal LI~' S~ IPastPat DorseYsouth ~ 122 North Cou liii!5172i r Va 24901 I I I f Y;le :: :hlk=taa neMrti:=:ger ( rlducted workshops in rules ~lations of the sorority and r- ~ i~ A - - .~ __ _ - . .~..=..~A.a=~..L~ 4 =41, ' 'banquet speaker" / ~'~ ~__'__~~~ n~ghlight of the convention ' , b SUnday morning breakfast 'transition of presidents. Ms ~I J~ " ' ~/inStalled the new officers. [ J OH -i OF-TH ~~ '! ~ "~'~'~" "~. ; ~' President is Delores Pink- __ ESE Orn Morgantown. She is a , ~q~=",4~ ,. ' It of Psi Chapter. Delores 1 ~ FINE CARS OR TRU(KS ~ ~ l~j~- ~#~~ ~i International President had as the theme "Entry to Ex- I ~ IN YOUR 6ARA6E ~lp ~1~., ~ ~?/~:,;~ ~! I With a key as a symb" gave ~,~-~t I ~ IY/~ Ii ~St Virginia Theme will besame line, "Act ons Dem- / Ilm~:71tTi;/:a~dl~l'One'rO-wtO:er'Red' low ~eKindness." She ten hopes to work toward the l I You have to see thns one I rr L 'Years. Leading the list was /t $11,,, I ' ]: ' Which is very important to J~" ~: ~ters. They give generously time and money to worth- / " 1989 Mustang LX- S spd., air. $899S ~P x." ,~ - ~I" ~'Ojects. Our local chapter / 19881E,cortGT-Loaded,air .$74JS ~' ~ ~ , 1 ~' / 1988Tempo4 Dr.- Like New. $749S # IL __ __ - " - I ], SCholarship each year ton / ,98s T-Bird IElan- Loaded .... $699S ~' 3 I l("Ci 11 1' gsenirwhisgingint/a,,. field 19781K|nI Cobra - Sharp ..... $4495 ( I1" .1 Ir.t .(l I ! (I// i' t,0n "ng the conven- I 19sSc..,,.e.- Auto., air ..... $7495 ( t.,JJb A VVlt,..' , ,,l& JL .. ,llk,41k ~rs attendl e Out-goina President El- 1986Nova- 5 spd., air ........ $3495 Iggs' a retired teacher frm ] 1978 Caprice - Loaded ....... $1995 d 1 'Skaggs,astteach,ng / 1998B.|ckCe.t-r L|m|t. -Load l't %qt. ' lT rtt Was at Greenbrier East. [ :4:!: ~ ~ ~i ed ............................ $995 President Glenna Hefner 1983 Buick ReI-I Limit.d-Loaded . ~ )l l ! ) I 91 / ']' Greenbrier East before " i;8;~;ul~;;u':Au'f;i,';i'r'.'.'.'.'.'. --~m=,- I=~-.1~=,~ l~=Fam, ed. She lives in White ~rings Veda Nolen taught 'tier West before she re- / 198~ DodEe Aries Station Wal[o - ~ ' . ~) lives at Charmco. Bonnie | Loaded ..................... .. $699~ ~. ,4 third grade teacher at l 1989 Dodl e Caravan- Auto., air .... " 1! Elementary. She served 1978 Hornet Stitltlol11: w.o.-Au,o,SSees } PLUMBIrtG HEATING AIR . t ............... ............. _ Years as treasurer of the ~ . ~, erie Basham taught at 1 air $1495 CON i' sElementary before retir-been historian of Alpha 1986"Carlrl~l';;" V'8",'A+: Ca';din;I Red.. DITIO N I NG ',,4,, - ttwoyears. / 191~4~ Camaro-V,, fuel inlected, AT, ~ RF_.P, IDF_IITIAL INDUSTRIAL ], :state convention will be / Burgundy .................... $94es .......... ]i ' z'r'estn Huse Hl'day / " 1982 AMC Eagle 4x4 ......... :. .................................. $4495 (,OM M ERCIAL" ]: I PIPE IALVES. 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