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8B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 28, 1990 All About Trash Crawley Club Brownie Troop 2030 toured the Greenbrier County Landfill in con- junction with Earth Day as a require- ment for the Brownie badge "Our Earth" Richard Childers, operator of the landfill and John Tuckwiller with the Greenbrier County Solid Waste Commission, gave a tour of the landfill and showed what happens to the trash brought in. Afterwards, the , Brownies toured the Recycling Cen- . ter at Fairlea to see what part they Over 20 t988 Thru 1990 Used Cars and Trucks in Stock 4*Door, Driver Power Seat ETR AMFM Cass, Power Windows and Door Locks. Two-Tone Paint, Locking Wire Wheel Covers ETR AMFM Cass , 4,000 Miles Power Seats, AM'FM Cass Compact Disc. 1 3,000 Miles 2-Door, LSi Equip, 5-Spd. Trans, AM FM Cassette, 1,860 Miles could do to help recycle. Girls at- tending were Dorian Swan,q, Can- dace Baxter, Jennifer Ridgeway, Suzanne Martin, Jenny Shirey, Holli Bennett, Emily Shaw, Maddy Pcholinsky, Deanna Kowal, Carmen Jackson, Jennifer Tubbs, Becky Morgan, Betsy Bagin, Jessica Roci- zak, Tia Willis. Jennifer Hedges, Marilyn Bostic, Ruth Ann Gabbert, Rebel Blake. Adults assisting were Emily Shirey, Marge Bagin, R~ggs Bagin, Anne Stuart, Cara Rocizak and Julia Kowal. Welcome Wagon Elects New Officers At Buffet Meeting I Linn Hanson, Marilyn Issenberg, Barbara Jackson, Rosemary Dent, Karin McComas and Beth Blackwell. The Welcome Wagon Club met recently at the Lewisburg home of Valeria Barfield for the installation of officers. JoAnn Perry and Meryl Shank, Welcome Wagon represen- tatives, were on hand to assist with the evening's event. A buffet dinner followed the installation. The officers installed are Karin McComas, President; Rosemary Dent, Vice President, Marilyn Issen- berg, Recording Secretary; Barbara Jackson, Treasurer; Beth Blackwell, Corresponding Secretary: Linn Han- son, Historian/Publicity. Delta Kappa Gamma Meets At Trinity The Iota Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society held its June luncheon meeting at Trinity United Methodist Church in Ronceverte. Barbara Hall, president conducted the meeting. Pre-luncheon entertainment was presented by Crystal Lake, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Lake, Jr, of Williamsbu~,g, who was introduced by Alta Fox, music chairperson. She sang two numbers from the musical "Annie," "Maybe" and "Tomorrow." She was accompanied on the piano by her mother, Susan Lake. Crystal is starring in the musical presented by the Greenbner Valley Theatre. Ann RiveRs gave the invocation, after which luncheon was served by the United Methodist Women of the Ronceverte Church to the thirty members and quests. At the beginning of the business meeting the hostesses were recog- nized for their excellent work. They were Opal FulleR, chairperson, Ruth Mottesheard, Margaret Shanklin, Alta Fox, and Ruth Stur~ill. Door prizes were given by Crawford's Food Center and Aide's Discount Store. The recipients were Pauline Nutter and Raymonda Rotonda. The group voted to give a dona- tion to the Dick Gunnoe Memorial Scholarship Fund at Greenbrier East High School. New officers were installed by Billie Jean Hutsenpiller, state presi- dent of Alpha Phi Doctor Mary Re- lihan, president; Vickie Reed, first vice president; Sue King, recording secretary; Ruth Meadows, parlimen- tarian. The Founder's Day program was given by members of the society in a skit written for the state meeting in Wheeling. Guests were Susie Bond and Brenda Greenan, daughter of Opal FulleR, from Bethesda, Maryland, Ann Barker, sister of Vena Persin- ger, and Crystal Lake. July 4, 1776"t 1990 ,':, ,! MARY'S DOLL SHOP Mike and Rita Bridgen were hosts for the regular meeting of the Crawley Homemakers June 5. Fif- teen members attended. President Helen Brackenrich called the meeting to order and de- votions were given by Emma Co- chran with a reading from I Peter 5:7. She used the colors of the rain- bow to represent religion, nature, immortality, fidelity and services and closed with prayer. After Rita Bostic led the Pledge of Allegiance. Eddie Smith read the minutes of the April meeting. Lead- ership Conferences at the Youth Camp was in May and Kathryn Coughlin and Meta Costs attended. Elsie Crane gave the treasurer's re- port and accepted dues. Committees reported as follows: Cultural Chairman Elsie Crane announced that Rita Bostic and Meta Costs attended the Tommy Dorsey Band Concert recently hel at Carnegie Hall. Members will b~ taking magazines and visiting the nursing homes. Health: Rita Bostic reported that she had bought the embroidery kit for former International student Dina Bart. Safety tip was given by Doris Brackenrich on "poisons" and how one can get help by calling 1-800- 642-3625. Adopt a Highway chairman Bill Bowes reported that he, Mike and Rita Bridgen, Rita Bostic, Margaret McKenzie and Verna Bowes picked up garbage May 17. Litter bags from the West Virginia Department of natural Resources were given to members. Public Relations Chariman Eddie Smith said she had sent meetings to the newspapers and, at the request of the Crawley Club, Mayor Charles Mundy of Rupert had signed a proc- lamation declaring May 6 through 12 national Extension Homemakers Week. Ms Costs and several members will work on the McAnn Memorial Flowerbed The club wilt donate money to the Rupert Ambassadors 4-H Club. Margaret McKenzie showed the new cookbook put out by Southeastern West Virginia Ex- tension Homemakers, priced at $7. This was reorganization meeting and Lessons, Leaders, and Host- esses were selected for 1990-9t. Refreshments were served. Business Women Name New Leaders The regular monthly meeting of the Greenbrier Business & Profes- sional Women was held at Valley View Country Club. Special guest was Cathy Rennard, state young careerist and Greenbrier BPW young careerist. Lewisburg mem- bers present included Nadine Smith, Bee Gtadwell, Imogene DarRell, Linda Persinger and Twana Jackson. Awards were given to Best Pro- gram of the Year and Health Con- cerns, Roberta Cross. Best Speaker of the Year and Public Relations, Tina Graham. Unsung Heros, Mar- garet Tucker and Tina Graham. Woman of the Year, Jackie Brack- man. Young Careerist, Cathy Ren- nard. Most Working Committees, Health Concerns, Roberta Cross and Community Affairs, Jackie Brackman. New officers installed are presi- dent Novella Green. President Elect, Edith Dilley. First Vice President, Colleen Howard, Recording secre- tary, Tina Graham. Corresponding secretary, Terri Ferrance. Treasurer, Ethel Dixon. Parliamentarian, Eleanor Hardaker. UNIQUE FOOD FOR UNIQUE PEOPLE SEE YOU THERE Woman's Club Elects New President Ruth Faulkner (left); First Vice President Mary Owens; Sec- ond Vice President Francis Humphries; Secretary Dotty McLaughlin; Treasurer Betty Jo Peoples The Lewisburg Woman's Club met at Pence Springs Hotel May 14 to install officers for the coming year. Using carnations of different colors to symbolize the various du- ties of each office, outgoing presi- dent, Janie Kortas, installed the fol- lowing officers for the 1990-91 term: Ruth Faulkner, president; Mary Owens, first vice president; Francis Humphries, second vice president: Dotty McLaughlin, secretary: Betty Jo Peoples, treasurer. The installa- tion was preceded by the Club's Spring Luncheon and was attended by 20 people. Rebekahs Meet At District 21 of The Rebekah State Assembly consisting of Fort Hill 17, Ronceverte, Quinwood 36 and Sew- ell Valley 217, met at Quinwood, June 2, for their yearly "get to- gether." Twenty-six members and guests were present for a mid-day lunch with the hostess lodge. Fol- lowing lunch, Kathy Mason opened the meeting for Madelene Moses. Officers were seated by Marie Vance, Marshall and Carrie Farrar, Conductor, State Assembly Warden Thelma Fleming, Madelene Moses, Mary M. Londeree, Goldie Tread- way, Tyce Fteshman, Bess Rose, Eleanora Debro, Edith Neff, Joan Vass, Wanda Arnold, Ruby Han- shaw, Mary Sparks, Margie Meade, Lorraine Pemne and Lawanda Per- rine attended. Officers and guests were given a corsage by Ruth Faulkner. The flag was presented by Quin- wood Lodge, Pledge Of Allegiance was given by all..Devotions were by Bess Rose. her closing prayer was "My Daily Prayer, Lord Show Me How," Leda O'Dell, Quinwood, wel- comed the group, response was given by Tyce Fleshman of Rainelle. Various reports were made by delegates and chairmen. One-time committees were appointed. Marie Vance read headlines from the lat- est news which was enjoyed by all. Donations were made to "Low Vi- sion" and Emergency-Disaster Funds. Carrie Farrar received a "Seal of P~rfection" for giving the unwritten work. Ms Fleshman invited the district to Rainelle for the 1991 Convention. Gifts were presented to all officers: door prizes were drawn. The meet- ing closed with "Blest Be The Tie That Binds." JUNE Your Savings 1982 Ford Escort 2-1~3or, 4 Cyt. Erlglne, 4-Spd Trans., AM/FM, Red 1,300 1 983 GMC Full.Size Pickup 6 Cyl Engine, 3Spd. 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WASHINGTON - HISTORIC LEWlSBURG 645-4548 1986 Olds Delta 88 4-Door, Aluminum V~heels, Driver Power S~at, Brougham Equip,, Black Holds State Tt,e annual VFW Departm Convention was held in hosted by East Huntington Post t Auxiliary #9738. Virginia Robins department president conducted final meeting of her term. Mrs son met 100 per cent goal in all grams except the Political Committee Program (75%). traveled over 50,000 miles this Although the department has two auxiliaries, three new ones established, giving West Vir( total of 97 auxiliaries. A special ect was held by the each of the 14 programs. Memorial City Auxiliary #308i Grafton, of which Mrs Robinson Life Member, paid her a final before she turned the gavel the newly elected president Hill of Belington Auxiliary #4 President Hill has appointed Robinson as chief of staff and licity chairman. In her capacityt chief of staff it will be her duty to new auxiliaries and increase membership of all auxiliaries members or more. 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