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ING THE ROAD TO MACY'S $20,504.59 $20,000 $18,156.09 $10,000 0 butors help pave for East Band contributors the way for the Marching Band to Thanksgiving York City. Joan Tuckwiller, Ott, Melissa Sykes, Michelle Scott Roman, Brianne Williams, and Haven Wolcott, Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. Appalachian Greenbrier Ambulance Service, Kalvin and Betty Holiday, Frankford Homemakers Club, Robert and Pearl Carter, Anonyous, Jackson's Ladies Apparel, Ruby Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Keightley, Jr., Donald and Tina Dowdy, Jane Bobbitt, Ikner and Hewman, Attorneys at Law, St. Thomas Episcopal Church Women. The Band thanks everyone for their support and asks for your help to "pave the way" to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. k Homemakers picnic held their guests, Genelle, Sarah and State Park Matthew Flippen; Erie Ann Crane business was and husband Orville; and Martha had agreat Workman and children Melinda :1 guest and Heather. Special guests were all the activities Gladys Jenkins and her to offer. Those grandchildren Katie and Robbie Betty Fields and Smith from Florida. Barry; Louise The next meeting will be held at granddaughter, the home of Martha Workman. If or; Linda Bare and you are interested in what ~ifer, Dennis and Homemakers club is, come and Y Altizer and join us. e Flippen and " Every.Thursday Night the Brier Patch Lounge Hawaiian Nite Best Dressed Couple -Dinner for 2 and prizes Best Dressed Male. Prize Best Dressed Female - Prize Dining Lounge Catering Jefferson St. WV 24901 Greenbrier schools offer S Cnrneenlng Beg' ' g n September, Greenbrier County Schools will be providing heating, vision, and/or speech-language screenings for the following students: 1) All third grade students (hearing and speech-language screenings) 2) All fourth grade students (vision screening) 3) All out-of-state transfer students (hearing, vision, and speech-language screenings) 4)All kindergarten students not previously screened (hearing, vision, and speech/language screenings; and 5) All elementary handicapped students excluding those who receive only speech/language therapy (vision screening) The purpose of the screenings is to detect hearing, vision, or speech-language problems. The parents of children found to need further testing in any area screened will be promptly notified. All screenings will be conducted by qualified school personnel. The speech-language screening will sample how well the children pronounce words, express themselves, and understand what is said to them. Hearing screening will consist of pure tone measurements and a test of middle ear function. Any child found to have a problem with his/her ears will be rescreened at school within 21 days. The kindergarten vision screening will consist of testing distance, visual acuity, eye convergence, and color percep- tion. Other students scheduled to receive vision screening will also be tested for near visual acuity. Parents who have questions about the hearing or speech/lan- guage screening should call Linda Nelson at 645-6515. Parents with questions about the visiGn screening should contact Lee Piercy, R.N., at 645-1260 or 438- 8501. Any parent who objects to havir~g his/her child screened should notify the principal at the child's school. OOOO0@OOOOOOOOOO Greenbrier Valley Mall JACKPOT BINGO , PLAY TO WINi Every Thursday 10 A.M. to 11 A.M Cards FREE and Distributed At The Mall On Thursdays Do olr'~ ~L AT rite I~lo q :ncca -~r Valley Mall ea 645-6033 ES & 9:30 ' Matinee 4 p.m. Seats $2.00 TUESDAY Family Nite All Seats ;2.00 re Phone 7:00 & 9:30 Scats $2.00! ~:00 PM IRS I~:00 Bri CINEMA Ramelle. - ;38-9104 IWTIMES 7:00 & 9:30 8;00 STARTS FRIDAY, SEPT. 4th DAN AYKROYD TOM HANKS DRAGNET A UNIVERSAL PICTURE mTr~M~mo_ CAN'TBUYME LOVE Sept. 4 thru Sept. 10 I II[!~I)AY IAMIIY Nllli $2.0(} BIG BAD MAMA II (R) with Angle Dickinson Sept. 4 thru Sept. 10 THE GOOD TIMES/IRE //ERE. MARK HARMON SUMMER It's fun to be a vampire. THE LosT BoYS The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, September 1, 1987 i 3A It will be quiet at the Anthony Creek School this fall for the first time in years. The Greenbrier County Board of Education voted to close the school, transferring personnel to other schools and sandin~ the elementary school children to White Sulphur Elementary starting this week. Charleston EMS squad in state competition The State of West Virginia Emergency Medical Services recently held their annual E.M.S. Competition. Over one hundred emergency personnel from across the state participated. The competition consisted of real-life scenarios testing the teams in medical and rescue techniques. The teams were judged on performance, know- ledge and skill in the various categories Competition teams from the city of Charleston dominated the awards banquet, taking first place in the categories of state paramedic, dive rescue and auto extrication, while placing second in the structural rescue category. Kelly Crosier, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Crosier of Union, competed on Charleston's Paramedic and Dive Rescue teams. The West Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services is sending Ms. Crosier, and fellow team members, Tim Yates and Van Armstrong to represent West Virginia in the National E.M.S. Competition in Orlando, Florida. They will be competing in the paramedic competition against teams from across the nation. i A R E-S T A b~AN T MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS Appreciation of good food. Serving Monday - Saturday From 6:00 P.M. RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED 536-2202 Rt. 60 W. between Lewisburg and White Sulphur Springs High Style By Don McCoy Ridges in the nails are like wrinkles; they're a sign of aging that usually appear between 30 and 45. (If you develop ridges when you're younger, check with a dermatol- ogist.) Ridge4illing nail enamel helps create a smoother look. What can be done for a man who's losing his hair? Special condi- tioners, color rinses or spot perms make hair appear fuller. tf your teeth have a yellow cast, choose a lipstick that's lighter in tone. Avoid purples and blues, . which accentuate yellows. Does your chin break out? Don't lean your chin on your hands or against a germ-laden telephone. What to wear for a business dinner? First choice is a suit or d~ess that's suitable for the office, dressed up with a more feminine blouse or accessories. Business or pleasure, gale and guys are invited to come in for a good .looks consultation with the expert stylists at ..... TrdE~9 .......... White Sulphur Springs 536-3768 Madinton 799-7151 IUDIIU~: Dodge Dakotas Discounts up to ,000, ng Rebate or 1,9% A.P.R. Datonas, Dodge 600's $500 Rebate or 1.9% A.P.R. Dodge Lancers, LeBaron Coupes Discounts up to-$2,000, Rebate or 1.9% A. Ige Raiders, Ra 100's, 150's, and Ramchargers Discounts To $2,000