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6B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, July 5, 1990 The Winners' Art Show School John Gasgoin (left), Regional Director of BUTA with artists Mark Thomas and Bob McCoy. British United Turkeys of America (BUTA) in co6peration with Wil- liamsburg schools sponsored "The Winners Art Show." The art work, on display at BUTA headquarters lobby in Lewisburg, was created by the winners, Williamsburg ELementary and Junior High Schools students. Grades K through 9 participated in the school-wide art show. Catego- ries for the show were drawing, painting, mixed medium and crafts. Ribbons for first, second, third and honorable mention were presented to the winning artist in each of the categories. Judges for the show were Alta Fox, Coordinator of Art and Music in Greenbrier County Schools and Vivian Conly, Executive Director of Carnegie Halt. Fifty-four winning ribbons were matted and hung in the BUTA Lobby for two weeks from May 24 through June 6. Jason Ream Jason Michael Ream has gradu- ated from the Kiski School, Salts- burg, Pennsylvania. At the Spring Athletics Awards Banquet Jason re- ceived his varsity letter for contribu- tions to the School's tennis team. During his years at Kiski, Jason has served the School as a prefect, Fea- tures Editor of the Kiski News, and a member of the Varsity, Cooking, Glee and K-Clubs He was also a member of the varsity wrestling team and co-captain of the soccer team. Jason, who will attend Elon Col- lege in the fail, is the son of Donna W. Ream and Dr Norman B. Ream, Jr of Lewisburg. The Kiski School is a college pre- paratory school for boys in grades 9- 12. Amy Myers On Dean's List Amy Denise Myers of Ronceverte has been placed on the dean's list for the spring semester 1990 at Lib- erty University in Lynchburg, Vir- ginia. She is the daughter of Betty J. Myers. A student qualifies for the Dean's List when she earns an average of 3.5 or better in a semester. Jesse Wilson In Guatemala First Judith Baker Memorial Goes To Tommie Jean Cockrell Jesse Price Wilson Jesse Price Wilson is spendir, cl part of the summer in Guatemala He, with several young people ~,r~ sponsored by the Bible Church u; Cleburne, Texas, are repairing homes and other buildings in Guate- mala, Jesse is the grandson of Nancy Wilson Hayes of Frankford. He is also the grandson of Paul R. Lilly of Lewisburg, Jesse is the son of Charles E, "George" and Michele Wilson. Ross Martin Appointed To The University of West Virginia Board of Trustees wilt welcome a new member when they meet next month. Martin Smelix wilt be suc- ceeded by Ross Martin of Lewisburg as the Classified Employee Repre- sentative, an x-officio voting mem- ber of the Board. New Trustee Member Ross Mar- tin is employed as a Supervisor of Facilities by the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Mr Martin was elected as the Cthairman of the Classified Employees at the Advisory Council's June meeting Mr Smelik, a Resident DireCtor at Potomac State College, served as the University System Advisory Council of Classified Employees' Representative for the June 1989- 90 term. The Advisory Council of Classified Employees comprised of an elected classified employee from each University System institution. Through its Chairman, the Council consults and advises the governing board in matters of higher education in which the classified employees have an interest. Institutions within the University System include West Virginia Uni- versity, Potomac State, Marshall University, the University of West Virginia College of Graduate Stud- ies, and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. The Judith Baker Memorial Award has been established at Lewisburg Intermediate School. The first award was presented to Tommie Jean (T.J.) Cockrell (left), daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Cockrell of Lewis- burg. Making the presentation is Mary Fullen, teacher at Lewisburg Intermediate School. The School plaque and student plaque were contributed by the Le- wisburg High School Class of 1964. Military News Marine 2nd Lt. Andre H. LeBlanc, whose wife, Donna, is the daughter of William and Linda Keene of White Sulphur Springs was commissioned upon graduation from NROTC Unit, Memphis State University, Memphis. LeBlanc received his commission upon completion of the school's Na- val Reserve Officer Training ~orps (NROTC) Program. During each undergraduate se- mester; LeBlanc completed naval science courses as well as his full academic schedule that lead to his Bachelor of Arts degree. These courses, combined with annual sum- mer training aboard ships and shore installations, served to prepare him for the duties and responsibilities of a commissioned officer. He is a 1979 graduate of Greenbrier East high School, Lewisburg. New News Is Good News --- Tell the Messenger rGREENBRIER SATELLITE SYSTEM Now authorized dealer for Crosley & Toshiba TV's, Camcorders & VCR's CALL US for your service on all systems. Complete Satellite System installed for as little as $50.00 a month. Office 536-4180 Oldest in the business, for 7 years Dave Fraley - 647-4528 Howard Fraley, Jr. - 536-2490 Financing Available * No Down Payment on Approved Credi ~,i,,,,,,,, ......................... ,,, ...... i,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,~lll~I I [] [] Corrugated Asphalt Roofing and Siding Insulates as a roof-over Attractive skirting material" Ideal for patio roof WHITE BROWN RED BLACK GRAY GREEN One man can handle Won't rust or corrode Lifetime warrant,,/ 41r'x 79" Sheet 26 square fool sheet *IN STOCK COLORS At least 32 squares tn stock Locals From First Row (Left to right): Ben Shultz, Sonya Bostic, Ashley Morgan, Heather Humphreys. Second Row: Kish Justice, Grant Morris, Stephanie Williamson, April Church, Rosaletta Stone, Joshua Deem, Matthew Baker, Mrs Elmore. Third Row: Alysia Morris, Stephanie Dowdy, Michelle Burdeaux, Rebekah Shultz, Jamila Rutherford, Susan Dowdy. Fourth Row: Jenny McGuffey, Eleilia Jones, Helena Burdeaux, Suzanne Hylton, Mary Evans, Nina Lassiter. (Not pictured: Michael Allen, Joey Weikle, Charles Crawford, Kelly Weikle, Lori Por- terfield and Johanna Shultz.) Twenty-nine piano students of Mrs Robin Elmore presented a re- cital May 20. The musicale was held at Liberty Baptist Church at 2. It was a program of familiar hymns, folk songs and arrangements of classical pieces. Each student per- formed two songs of their choosing. Mrs Elmore opened the recital by performing "Clarinet Folks" and "Largo" as the students were seated. The students performed the following compositions: "The Rose" and FOr Elise," Mi- chael Allen; "Moonlight Sonata" and "Nothing But The Blood," Joey Weikle; "Sweetly Sings The Donkey" and "Popping Corn," Johanna Shultz; "Three Blind Mice" and "The Hippopotamus," Ashley Morgan; and "Camptown Races" and "Holy, Holy," Sonya Bostic. "Whisper A Prayer" and "Indian Boy," April Church; "Long, Long Ago" and "Praise Him, All Ye Little Children," Rosaletta Stone; "Pop! Goes The Weasel" and "Little Dog Gone," Grant Morris; "Michael, Row The Boat Ashore" and "Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee," Charles Crawford: "America" and "Prancing Horse," Joshua Deem "Mister Kangaroo" and "Daffy Duck& Hippety Hopper Dances," Matthew Baker; "Little Things" and "On Halloween," Stephanie William- son; "Round & Round The Village" and "March Of The Space Patrol," Kelly Weikle; "Have You Seen" and "Big Chief Indian," Loft Porterfietd: and "America" and "Ach, du Lieber Augustin," Stephanie Dowdy. "Largo" and "Alouette," Rebekah Shuttz; "My Bonnie" and "Amazing Grace," Alysia Morris; "Just A Closer Walk With Thee:" and "Battle Hymn Of The Republic," Michelle Bur- deaux; "Faith Of Our Fathers" and "Boogie Blues," Heather Humphreys; and "Jesus, Joy Of Man's Desiring" and "Pastoral Sym- phony No. 6 (Theme)," Ben Shultz. "Soldier's March" and "Church In The Wildwood," Kish Justice; "Rock Of Ages" and "Just As I Am," Eleilia Jones; "Softly and Tenderly" and "Joy, Joy, Joy," Jenny McGuffey; "Trust And Obey" and "Here Am t, Lord," Jamila Rutherford; "Easy On The Eyes" and "'How Great Thou Art," Helena Burdeaux. "Right Here Waiting" and "The Little Dancer," Nina Lassiter; "The Homecoming" and "Learning To Lean," Susan Dowdy; "Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen" and "Romance," Suzanne Hylton; and "La Bamba" and "Lost In Your Eyes," Mary Evans. Each student was presented a certificate of participation, for per- forming in the recital. The postlude was performed by Kish Justice who played "Battle Hymn Of The Repub- lic" as the students were leaving the sanctuary. Marshall University conferred graduate and undergraduate grees for the spring semester ended May 11. Degrees were sented by Marshall President F. Nitzschke during the 153rd Commencement held at Huntington Civic Center May 12. Local students graduating degrees in Business from Marshall include Mict Wayne Robinson of Fairlea; Leigh Faulknier of Marlinton Franklin Backus of Rainelle; Denise Hoke of White Sul OTICE Springs. ~ : "-" .-,eapUmps in< Bachelor of Arts uegrees w ,,~. U~.188 Raymond Floyd Adams (cum la J~,,,., .; . Fo~fsCraSg; C,ndy Lynn Amb.eI~l Bachelor of Fine Arts deg~ork, pun, awarded Michelle Annette MusiCalsting, sl f n ~382 (cum laude) o Gree Bank. esi3;10 tin) Bachelor of Arts degre Shannon Jo Barkley /magna laude) of Arbovale; Tina Kara AtI~OTICE: - "-"nr~f Educ~ of Chrichton; Teresa Ann ~v,~, Talcott. ~ewisbur! ~e~Uests bi Associate in AppliedSc ~';e ' er~ ar Serv Degree to Gary Ray Tmcn Jrnent 'cat, Lerona and Nathan Vass of L~ng ma~chif side ,; ontract f ~f Educati ]han 4:00 West Va. U ,oos ca __e a.m and, Dean's List a, ounty S( . ~ept or rej Area students on the Wes~ ~'7/5 ' ginia University Dean's List incl~//5)~,..~ Jason R~chard Smith, AlderS~'O,,~ TICE. Jenny Ann Ruth and ChristY~oun. of Estep Clintonville Barry Ke eceiv[Ye ,. Pyne, Fairlea; Cynth'ia Sue Ho~roducts~ ins, James W. Scarborrou~id docur -., ~e obtair Mehssa Beth Weikle Steve,~ " ' ~ervice D Richardson, Cynthia Lea Bu ,_ ~w or call Laura L. Marren, Mary P ~reenbri Marshall, Laura E. 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