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:in of Concerned Nurses met recently at Community Building dish dinner. Guest was Gloria Martin, Worker for the Family at Lewisbyrg. informed the group 350 primary ng service duringthe victims She said that on e individuals each night and the at the shelter is 19 ine different volunteer hated 6,346 hours to of the victims. percentage of rVed were from and Pocahon- a few came from Among the was one ~e profile of the a batterer. She said of the children where a spouse is physically abused, are emotionally that programs are designed the battered, but atterer and other le family; and related done with school aware of the --bad touch". that the law in people working to report any Gloria Martin addresses the Concerned Nurses of West Virginia evidence of abuse to the Department of Human Services. These include: personnel involved in law enforcement, school, social services, medical/nursing profession, and lawyers. During the business session, Twyla Wallace, president, reminded the members to pre- register, if possible, for the Seminar on Aging, sponsored by the organization, on Sept. 19, atthe Greenbrier Community College Center, Lewisburg, from 8:30 a.m.- -4:30 p.m. She reported that over two-hundred registration forms have been sent to health care facilities throughout the state, and reminded them that continuing education credit is available to all nurses, long-term care admini- strators, social service workers and nursing studets, and that the general public is invited to attend at a reduced price. Mrs. Wallace also reminded the members that the next regular meeting will be Oct. 20, 7:30 p.m. at Greenbrier Manor, Fairlea, since the seminar will take the place of the September meeting. Anniversary Sale 0-20% off regular price SHOES...20% off T-SHIRTS & BRIEFS...10% off tMOUFLAGE PANTS...10% off ,131ES WRANGLER JEANS...$10.00 pair 3 LITES...$12.99 & $11.99 B Western & Army Surplus Main Street, Union 772-3715 Every Thursday Night the Brier Patch Loun Hawaiian Nite N. Jefferson St. WV 24901 Best Dressed Couple .Dinner for 2 and prizes Best Dressed Male. Prize Best Dressed Female. Prize Dining Lounge " Catering lUlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmB~ Friends of WSS Public Library Organized An organizational meeting of the ne~v club "The Friends of the White Sulphur Springs Public Library" was held on Wednesday, August 12. Intended as a support group for the local library, the club explored possible new programs and fund- raising activities which it can sponsor. It was decided that the first project of the group will be a used book sale. Books to be donated may be brought to the library during regular hours. Anyone interested in joining the "Friends" is invited to attend the next meeting on Wednesday, Spetember 9, at the library. Music Boosters Re-decorate Booth The Williamsburg School Music and Athletic Boosters are proud to announce the annual reopening of it's newly redecorated food booth located under the grandstands at the West Virginia State Fair. It's once drab gray concrete walls are a brilliant gold and royal blue stripe, Which makes it the most colorful food booth on the grounds. The kitchen has been completely renovated with new sinks, cabinets, plumbing, electrical wiring, new stainless steel work tables, appliances, microwave, rotary hot dog machine, etc. and we are ready for business. With the new changes to the booth the food still remains at it's best with the most reasonable prices on the grounds. The newest addition to the menu this year will be breakfast biscuits, served with butter, iellv or ham. Also, we will have ia'rge" pretzels served plain, chocolate dipped or with mustard. And to dress up our hotdogs, regular or footlong, we have homemade hotdog chili, which is everybodys favorite. Other last years favorites are Spud's famous Bar-b-aues , frozen chocolate a~pped bananas, popcorn, candy, and our famous cooling melon splash (a fruit cup of watermelon, honeydew and cantalope), drinks, coffee, lemon-ado, and much much more. Come on by the Williamsburg School Boosters food booth while you're at the West Virginia State Fair. Allow us to serve you as we have in the past at ourfamous Williamsburg Ramp and Bear Dinners. Same good cooks and the same good food. We thank you for all your years of support and we are looking forward to serving you again. See ya at the Fair! "We're Here When You Need Us." .... 122 Maplew~-"d"A'~enud Fairlea, West Virginia HOURS: 645-7407 erot..Ior.,,X S~,U~ by Weekday, 4:00 pm to midnight Local Phyllclans & Holidays 9:00 am to midnight ~ Saturday* Sunday Noon to 9:00 pm " :W, ;~ ii The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, August 25, 1987 7A Ultimate Style Salon opens in Alta The Ultimate Style Salon recently opened in Alta. The Salon is located ,ne mile west on Rt. 60 just off 1.64 at the Alta exit. Six toning tables for fitness and weight loss are featured and are very iopular with senior citizens. Sue Johnson, owner of the Salon, looks on as ;ome of her customers try out the new machines. by Rodgers' Fairlea Subaru's Showroom and experience the Subaru different advantage. 871/2 Subaru XT 3-Door Coupe Innovative engineering, legendary Subaru durability and reliability, plus pure driving enjoyment. Front seat automatic shoulder restraints are one of the standard options you will enjoy in a 1987 Subaru XT. Also Available: Subaru XTs, Turbos & 4x4s RODGERS' FAIRLEA SUBARU 645-2400 "The Best Deals On Wheels Are In The West Virginia Hills" Toll Free 1-800-443.3029 In WV D LauRa fragrances 2 oz, Version of POISON 2 OZ Version of SHALIMAR For only S975 Pioneer Drug Co. "Pioneer Means First" Corner of Washington & Court Streets Lewisbur8, West Virginia Phone 645-1022 ;~ .A RESTAURANT 645-4979 Reservations Eneouraged FAIR WEEK HOURS: MONDAY - SATURDAY lh00 A.M, TO 10:00 P.M. SUNDAY I1:00 A.M. TO 8:00 P.M. I ~t uSelection of Suzuki 4x4s .-,-- .,,----,--. Zuki SP200 Motorcycle u~o,.,,~o.o., | """~'---- 149 -'" Selection of 1987 Cars i Financing" Easy. * Available I With . "%,~ LOW FINANCING | Annroved .,.~-.,%%-,--,.-- --" " "rr------- n,~*~ve ee~ t~ ~-*~,~ 4.0 Peak A ,--J'-~ "~'~"~"~~L~-~'~ *~SmlC~.~W HE M~I~' onall 1986 leftovers l .... .,~-,,..-,~,,~,~..- .,-,,,,- : *~9; and 1987 Chevys. | Fl~'AIl~m'Tkt'- .---LrqlfELL" "# Truck MORE THAL~IRES! 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