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2A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 14, 1990 Families of Oscar Benton and Cora Burns Elmore Will gather once again at Moncove Lake for their annual reunion Sunday, June 17. ff you are kin in any way, plan to take a picnic lunch and enjoy the day with other loved ones. Tell everyone. Vacation Bible School Trinity" United Methodist Church, Ronceverte, June 18-22, 6:30 to 8:30 each evening. The theme for the Bible School is "Ways Bible People Lived.!' Classes will be offered for adults, teenagers, and children from age 3 up. The genera/public is invited. Trinity Church is located at the corner of Walnut Street and Pocahontas Avenue, two blocks north of Ronceverte Public Library. For more information about Vacation Bible School, call the church any time at 647-4504. West Virginia Fat Tire Festival Slatyfork, June 20.24. $ l O/person/day. Various other activities. Call 572- 3771 for information. Greenbrier Valley Sweet Adelines Sing Monday evenings, 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, Fairlea. Visitors wel- come. You don't have to read music/. American legion Auxiliary Unit 69 Meeting Monday, June 18, 7:30 p.m, at the home of Sarah Pyles, Maxwelton. All members are urged to attend and take a home-baked item or a small household item for a fun auction to be held after the busi- ness meeting. Modern Woodmen of America Camp 8736 Pot Luck Dinner and family fife activity, Friday June 15, 6:30 p.m., Alder- son City Ha//. Lois Deane, Executive Director of Monroe County Council on Aging, and Assistant Director Otis Pence, will present a program on the plight of senior citizens. A drawing will be held for a family door prize. Members and senior citizens invited. Take a covered dish. Rupert Area Improvement Council Chicken dinner, Sunday, June 17, from noon until 3 p.m. at the Rupert Community Building. Please support this fundraiser for the building. The meal will consist of fried or barbequed chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, salad, homemade biscuits and dessert. The price is $5 adults and $2.50 children under 12. West Virginia Mountain/Valley Cloggers At P/postern State Park, June 16, 8 p.m. An evening of dogging, music and a chance for you to/earn the dance yourself. Cost for the perform- ance, $3 adults, $1.50 children. Seventh Annual Captaln'6 Choice Golf Tournament For Southeastern Regional Workshop, Wednesday, June 27, at 1 p.m., Lewisburg Elks Country Club. For further information contact Sam Mann at 645-3235. "Good Grief" Saint Charles Borromeo White Sulphur Springs, Thursday, June 14, 7 p.m., Parish Association meeting. Saturday, June t6 and Wednesday, June 20, 8:20 a,m. Rosary recitation after the 8 a.m, Mass. Wednesday, June 20 at 7:30 p.m. prayer and study group. Wednesday, June 2t, 7 p.m., a support group for those suffering grief due to divorce, loss, separation or death of a loved one, will meet in Tuke Hall of Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs, Gr nbrier County Committee on Aging, Inc. Office will be closed Wednesday, June 20, to observe West Virginia Day. No meals will be served at the Rupert Senior Center, the Lewisburg Nu- trition Site, the Alderson Nutrition Site or the Frankford Nutrition Site. No transportation will be provided by the senior bus or the senior van. Committee on Aging, Inc .... ounty-wide picnic Thursday, June 21, T1:30 &m, HaR's Run Park near White Sulphur Springs. After lunch, recognition of volunteers and games. All volunteers are encouraged to attend. All seniors are invited and take a covered dish. ....... .. . , , ..., ,i i i. ,f i . The Messenger Brings You News IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT MA'IERIAL F()R PUBIdCATION: Articles submitted to The Mountain Messenger should be type- written or clearly written in order to be considered lor publication. Please include your name and a telephone number where you may be reached during business hours. The Mountain Messenger reserves the right to edit any material and regrets articles cannot be returned. Letters to the editor must include a full signature and address. If you would like a photograph returned, please provide a serf addressed, stamped envelope. i ! Rt. 219 North, Fairlea, WV 24902 645-2400 Extra Innings Legacy Sale Down All Legacys Are On Sale #6056 1990 Legacy Front W. Drive Station Wagon- 5 spd., P.S., P. B. Slate Metallic Retail $12,932 Dealer Discount 1 ~553 Sale Price $11,379 #6108 White #6114 Misty Dawn I- 2 to choose from 1990 Legacy L. 4X4 Station Wagon with Value Plus Pack., 5 spd., air, cruise control, power window & door lock, AM/FM/cassette Retail $16,747 Dealer Discount 2,235 Sala Price $14,494 #6054 Sandstone 1990 Legacy L. 4X4 Station Wagon- with Value Plus Pack., auto, air, cruise control, power windows & door locks, AM/FM/cassette. Retail $17,197 Dealer Discount 2,366 Sate Price $14,831 On the spot financing with approved credit Rodney Fleshman - Sales Manager Jamie Townsend_ Salesmen Jack Dunn Sale Prices Good On Straight Sales #6050 Rio Red 990 Legacy Front W. Drive Sedan L.- with Value Plus Pack. 5 spd., air, cruise control power windows & door locks AM/FM/cassette Retail $14,577 Dealer Discount 2,012 Sale Price $12,565 #61( Rio Red 1990 Legacy Front W. Drive Sedan L-auto with Value Plus Pack. air, cruise control, power windows & door locks AM/FM/cassette. Retail $15,547 Dealer Discount 2,052 Sale Price $13,495 #6t01 Bermuda Blue $6113 Mica Ruby / 2 to choose from 1990 Legacy 4X4 Sedan L. with Value Plus Pack auto, air, cru se~ power window & door locks AM/ FM/cassette Retail $16,917 Dealer Discount 2,270 Sale Price $14,647 We also have a good selection of Loyales and Justys Parts and Service Sale Ends July 3, 1990 , Hours: 8:00-6:00 Monday~~rday .... The Carnegie Column Information prepared by Carnegie 1 tall Staff and presented as a public service by the Mountain Messenger, your community news May 1 marked the beginning of Carnegie hall's 1990 fundraising drive. On Thursday, June 14 be- tween 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., Carnegie Hall board members and volunteers will conduct a "phone bank" from the Greenbrier Valley National Bank, Lewisburg, in order to follow up on membership packets that have been sent by mail. If you have not re- ceived this information and would like to support Carnegie Hall or re- new your current membership, please call 645-79t7. All contribu- tions are tax deductible. We appreci- ate all donations which help Carne- gie Hall to grow and flourish. Carnegie Hall t-shirts are now available. The artwork depicting the Hall was designed and donated by Dick and Vivian Pranulis and fea- tured in their 1990 Wolf Creek cal- endar. These shirts will be for sale at Carnegie Hall events or may be obtained by stopping by the Carne- gie Hall office. A Writers Workshop has been added to the 1990 summer class schedule. It wilt be taught by Jane Ashworth. Beginning and experi- enced writers are invited to partici- pate in this informal workshop which is aimed to produce effective writing in both fiction and non-fiction works. Miss Ashworth is a former English instructor at West Virginia Univer- sity, Greenbrier Community College Center, and Greenbrier College for Women. She is a writing instructor at The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Tuition is $50. The class will meet June 25-29, 10 a.m. to noon. You may register for this workshop by calling the Car- negie Hall office. Registration is still underway for a variety of other summer classes. Courses are being offered for chil- dren and adults. Classes begin at various times. Call the hall or stop by for a schedule of classes. Carnegie's Second Annual Heri- tage of Art Show is slated to open October 1 and will run for month. Maggie Lapetina of burg will be the show's coSrdil Artists from West Virginia and boring states are welcome pate. This year's show will be prised of two-dimensional paintings, drawings, photography -- which must be! nal works of the submitting arti~ copies or kits will be accepted. artist may enter three fee of $5 per single entry. must be framed, wired and hand. The judges selected event are Margaret Sumf Kikuko Shepherd, Michael and Mike Wyatt. This group artists will be jurying awarding cash prizes and mentions. Detailed guidelines may be obtained July 15 by sending a enclosed self-a stamped large envelope Show, Carnegie Hall, Church St., Lewisburg 24901. Greenbrier Dance their annual spring recital at gie Friday, June 8 and The Studio performed their's June 10. Carnegie's ception facilities, and various' rooms are available to rent munity organizations at a fee. Wednesday afternoon children will begin in July. exact times will be Taj Mahal will perform at Friday, July 27. Admission Advanced reservations are mended. Mark ,~your calendars Carnegie's first "Members' scheduled for Saturday, Aug# Discounts will be given to for The Seldom Scene evening at 8 p.m. For information on u events, contact Carnegie 105 Church St., Lewisburg. 645-7917. On WVU Dean's Over 500 undergraduate stu- dents attending West Virginia Uni- versity (SVU) achieved perfect 4.0 grade-point averages, the largest number ever to earn places on the President's List. Last spring 371 students earned perfect grades, according to WVU President Nell S. Bucklew, repre- senting a 35 per cent increase in the number of certificates issued. "This institution takes in the accomplishments of dents," said Dr Bucklew. mitment to academic an investment not only in sonat future, but also in the West Virginia." Honor students from County include: Barry Kevin i Fairlea and Elizabeth White Sulphur Springs. For Your Old Suit Now THROUGH June ! 7th Buy a New Suit and we w.wj.!! QJd One/ (and we'll pay CASH for it/) Select from our Spring and Summer Suits by Kingsridge,,Cricketeer, Haspel priced from $215 to $295 we pay you.S45 CASH Suits regularly priced $325 to $375. we pay you $65 CASH Regulars, short, tall, extra tall The quality tailoring and exclusive fabrics you've come w expect from Yarid's everyday are yours at cash Savings. Do it today and enjoy your suit all season long. Lewisburg 64%5000 VISA, MASTER CARD, AMEX YARID'S CHARGE Ronceverte.. Kneelinr, Bench Continued from Cand~qabra -I~~ Knccling Bench # how many people the amp~ ,~ ,Table Skirts,Tables ~ will hold, we think betweel ~1 ~l'ce Percolator ~ and 4 0(50 persons. We aref No-Drip Candles & More. ir it to near its capacity rig! We're trying to work out a d MILLER RENTAL CENTER Carnegie Hall (Lewisburg'S f L~II ~r ~./p/leT;tT_op.rtR __~ and educational institution) ~~ some performers at both and at our am r, =,, ._ ~, ,,,, =,, ,,=, ~, ~, =, ,=, ,,= ,,,, ,,= ,,,, =, ,=, ,=, .. ~ ~ i ~ Withrow said. I Freda Sheppard I Larry Patton and Willard Welcomes You To I I Fairlea Beauty Salon I I ! I I 102 Goheen St. Fair]ca I I By offering a coupon worth I J $5.00 off Perm Sale I I I I During the month of June I l Call 645-6279 for an appointment, l I We offer Nexus Products, I I Beauti Control Cosmetics, Free Color Analys's and I I make overs, Permament Cosmetics, Electrolysis, I I Manicures and Facials I L Coupon j IIlliIll llIlllllllI II Ill I Ill I I IIIIIIII MT. TROUT-SHRIMP..PASTA-STEAKS PREPARED BY OUR CHEF Foo D & FRIENDS CASUAL DINING 112 W. WASHINGTON - HISTORIC LEWlSBURG 645-4548 t I t t I chairmen of the Big Fish announced many prizes be claimed. Mr Patton said !~ holding the following prize should call him at the Valley Mall (645-6120)in claim their prizes: 486150,486393, 486395, 486427, 486454, 486501, 486506, 486512, 486522, 486560, 486593 WHAT YOU DO IS TO US CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN WITH YOUR 6 122 North Court Lewisburg Friend Who Is Home Would A Gift To The Mountain Send Us Their And Full With Your we wm Mountain Anywhere In the