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4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, July 26, 1990 Thos. Skaggs Receives Army Ms VanLuick Of White Sulphur Will Study at D.C. Institute Army Specialist Thos. C. Skaggs Army Specialist Thomas C. Skaggs was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for "Demon- strated bravery and heroism while rescuing two German citizens from a burning car March 8. Specialist Skaggs, while driving with Chief Warrant Officer Two Taylor, saw a vehicle on fire. He promptly stopped the vehicle, grabbed his fire extin- guisher and assisted TaylOr in pull- ing the two victims from the car. Specialist Skaggs assisted Taylor in extinguishing flames on both victims and then moved them to a safe lo- cation where they received treat- ment. Specialist Skaggs' willingness to risk his own safety serves as an example for all human beings to emulate and brings great credit upon himself, the Black Horse Regi- ment and the United States Army." Previously, Skaggs received two Army Achievement Awards while stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas and the Army Good Conduct Medal in April, 1990 at Bad Hersfeld, West Germany. Specialist Skaggs is the son of Lota Skaggs Vineyard of Alderson and the late John H. Skaggs. He is the grandson of Mrs Georgia Harrah of Alderson and the late Thomas Harrah and the late Albert and Mar- garet Skaggs. he is married to the former Debra CRies of Pence Springs. They are tile parents of two children, Tara and Andrew. Sandra C. VanLuik, science teacher at White Sulphur Springs Junior High School, has been se- lected as one of 40 teachers in the 1990 Bell Atlantic-American Asso- ciation for the Advancement of Sci- ence (AAAS) Institute for Middle School Science and Technology Teachers. Ms VanLuik, who teaches earth science and physical science, will take part in a two-week graduate level procram at the George Wash- ington University in Washington, D.C., as the first part of the Institute program. The Bell Atlantic-AAAs Institute for Middle School Science and Mathematics Teachers, now in its second year, offers selected teach- ers the opportunity to work with sci- entists in their own classrooms and to serve as mentors to other teach- ers. Ms VanLuik joined the White Sulphur Springs Junior High School faculty in 1980. Prior to that, she taught at Deep Creek Junior high School, and at Indian River High School, both in Chesapeake, Vir- ginia. She received her bachelor's degree in biology from Madison Col- lege in 1967 and her master's de- gree from Old Dominion University in t983. She lives in Lewisburg. ~;~ Following completion of the infor- ~ ~ ..... marion and communication courses, each teacher will be paired with an AAAS-member scientist who will serve as a consultant throughout the ~ ..... year. Teachers will also receive a $500 grant to purchase equipment, laboratory supplies, computer soft- ware and other resources for their classroom, and wilt share their Insti- tute experience with other teachers in their home schools. Participating teachers were se- lected from applicants from the Bell Atlantic region including the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. Particular atten- tion is placed on selecting appli- cants who teach disadvantaged stu- dents. Lisa Barker of Clintonville Inducted Into College Honorary top 20 per cent of her class and be committed to excellence in educa- tion, to good character, and to serv- ice. Gamma Beta Phi members are active in service to education. Re- cent Concord College chapter proj- ects have included a Staff Apprecia- tion Day, the Concord College phone+a-thon, the State Adopt-a- Highway Program, and collecting money for the Ronald McDonald House in Charleston. Lisa Barker, daughter of Dorothy B. Barker of Clintonvitte, was in- ducted into Gamma Beta Phi, a na- tional honor and service organiza- tion, during a ceremony in the Col- lege Center Ballroom at Concord College. The newly-inducted students were congratulated by Lya Cartwright, president of the organi- zation. To be selected for membership in the society, a student must be in the If you like the Mountain Messenger Please thank our advertisers i m,,ll, i i Your June Savings Price i 1982 Ford Escort 2-Door .......................................................................... $1300 $1600 | 4 cyt. engine, 4 speed trans. 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Ms Livesay was elected as an outstanding Democrat in 1986 and was honored at that time during the Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner held in Charleston. She has assisted in the founding of many Democratic organizations in Greenbrier County throughout the years, and has attended numerous National and State conventions. Ms Livesay stated "1 have never missed voting in an election and I have always been a Democrat. Others elected to serve with Ms Livesay are First Vice Chairman, Edgar L. Smith of Lewisburg; Sec- ond Vice Chairman, Bill Campbell of White Sulphur Springs; Associate Chairman, Beatrice Harvey of Le- wisburg: Treasurer, Karen Lobban of AIderson; Recording Secretary, Genevieve Neville of White Sulphur Springs; Corresponding Secretary, Nadine k Smith of Lewisburg; and Parliamentarian, Charles Mundy of Rupert. Daniel Fitzwater On Dean's List I'm sL I, Sweel and h; ~Juanita Robertson (front row, left), Sheila McDonnell, Mariettai denen, Ada Crane, Dovanna Wade. (Back row, left) Randy Woodie Hanna, Bob Crane, Blair Donavan, Lee Shelton, Nathan man, Mitchell Withrow, Steve Hefner, John Porcella. Rick Johnston (front row, left), Bob Browning, Lonnie Burns, 1 Dolan. (Back row, left) Phillis Cox, Joy Rudd, Karen Pritt, Lynn Brenda Togus, Debbie McDaniel, Catherine Christian, Junior W nOW withe for hff big fl~ They al be fou~ Weeps and tel Sharon Wiseman (Front row, left) Pare Musser, Tina Hoke, ~ to b, wis, Teresa Johnston. (Back row, left) Bruce Musser, Julia up to h (partially visible), Craig Lewis, David Barkley. ~ her, ~oking he l~leep. Renick Junior High Has n For Classes of '61 Through iimal or < 3 of 1971; Lucy and Sammy~e Parent~ class of 1972-1973; Amy a~dFt~ ..,,,..,a child Brown, class of 1974-75;~1~=~. Bruce Q.,~ison. class of 19~-~ and Doyle Lane class of 1~ The winners by audience were Faith and Doyle Lane. Renick Junior High School held its first reunion May 11. It included freshman years 1961 to 1986. Ter- esa Johnston, and Debbie Spo- naugle headed the committee which included Patricia Morgan, Kimberly Patton, Brenda Fogus, Ricky Johnson, Lisa George, Lucy Banton, Ada Crane, Faith Lane, Joey Har- vey, April Harvey, Steve Wykle, Houston Mutlens, Bob Crane, Stephanie Sponaugle, Sammy Ban- The class with the most dance was a tie betwee# 1970, and 1976. A buttO~ awarded to each member in dance. FAIRLEA MARl 645-6480 799-7171 - CHOOSE - HOME HEALTH CARE =I =t and Carolyn Johnston Sexton for cess: Brier Inn, non-alumni assistance. Kimberly M~)on, Pepsi and Field'S Zimmerman was awarded the long- Special thank, s are exte# est distance traveled. Teresa those teachers who attende#' Roberts, shortest distance traveled. May 10, 1991 was set Kevin Sexton was first to respond to next reunion. The 1990 gr~ Daniel E. Fitzwater of Rupert has the r~tminn Th~rp_ w~rA ~.=v~r~l been named to the spring seines- d0or--r~ ........ ~'~--7 h"ro- ' .... "'~'class from Greenbrier East , p zes awa oed tugnout the ter Dean s List of Bluefield State . . added to the guest list. College with a grade point aver- mgl~t, interested in becoming a col age of 3.75. Daniel is the son of Five couples were nominated asmember or class representBl! Jesse and Arlene Fitzwater of the 1990 alumni cutest couple. They contact Teresa Johnston Hupen. were: Debra & David Ramsey, class Sponaugle. IIII I ANNouNCING NOW IN LEWIsBU'.I(G I ....... -io -6~- .j ..v..wooo.,..+ I o.....o..,,I 106 E. WASHINGTON STREET I M CONTACTN THEj I MOUNTAIN MESSEN.(~ TAP, BALLET, JAZZ, BATON, & GYMNASTICS i WiTH- ,0.UR-N-EI, I .... ENROLLMENTS- AUGUST 6th, 13th, & 20th RAVENWOOD GALLERY %~ / 647-572 KAREN FAMA, DIRECTOR (~ 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE TEACHING CHILDREN IN SOUTHERN WV. ,/4'1 I 122 North Court SYI4 252-3001 FALL CLASSES STARTING SEPT. 5th II IL I I IIII IIIII I ton, Randy Sexton, Carolyn Cathy Beg's name was~P#I Johnson, Amy Brown, and Lynne by a donation given by her~~ Smith. Four hundred persons at- Mrs Elizabeth Greenwell f'~ tended the reunion. Leading the pro- waii. The late Sandra Gilke.r~'~ gram with the school song were the past cheerleaders and band director honored by her class with Blair Donavan. read by Debbie Sponaugle. Special recognition went to Jua- The committee would ! nita Baldwin for secretary services, thank all of those who Bob Crane for custodian services, helped to make this