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10A The Mountaln Messenger, Thursday, September 27, 1990 Ms Hicks Works For Aged Alice Hicks Alice Hicks of Orient Hill Is the Committee on Aging Out- reach Worker for the western end of Greenbrler County. Ms Hicks has been working for the Greenbrier County Com- mittee on Aging since 1984. She worked as a Nutrition Assistant for five years. She has been working as an outreach worker for almost a year. Ms Hicks works out of the Rupert Senior Center. Anyone 60 or over may call 392-5138 In or- der to get Information on the services of the agency. The olllce hours are 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on Mon- day through Friday. Art School" The Art Institute of Pittsburgh Is pleased to announce that Weslea Reeves of Lewisburg graduated September 21 from the Visual Comunlcations pro- gram, earned an Associate De- gree in Specialized Technology. Weslea, a graduate of Greenbrier East High School, ls the daugh- ter of Mr and Mrs Elliott Reeves. Two Local Attend Vienna ! David Brown, Ph.D. David E. Brown, Ph.D., and John N. Mugaas, Ph.D., profes- sors of functional biology at the VCest Virginia School of Osteo- pathic Medicine, attended the 12th International Congress of Biometerology in Vienna, Aus- tria, August 26 to September 1. Dr Brown presented his ten John Mugaas, Ph.D. years of study on the effects of heat on fetal wellbeing. Dr Mugaas presented his theories of metabolic evolution of procynoids. Both Doctors were awarded National Science Foundation travel grants to help defray travel costs. p um Inn II nm mum nnuu mlI un nnm n u mum mi nmn nm nmu im I 645-2363 ON US ROUTE 60 WEST - LEWISBURG WV. Best Rates In The Area Large Rooms L Cable TV WEEKLY RATES AVAILABLE PRESEN T AD FOR DISCOUN T SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In State $14.84 In State Senior Citizens $13.78 In State Students $11.13(9 mos.) Out-of-State, $15.00 $1 discount to Senior Citizens Mountain Messenger 122 N. Court Street Lewisburg, WV 24901 647-5724 EcoTheater announces plans for a workshop for potential playwright-directors, q'his work- shop will be held in Lewisburg November 10- 17, and will be taught by Kathy Jackson. Ms Jackson has had 12 years train- ing with EcoTheater, under the direction of Maryat Lee. The workshop will combine an Introduction to EcoTheater's use of oral history and Interviewing with the objective of learning to write EcoTheater style scenes, Anyone interested in more In- formation about the workshop or in becoming an EcoTheater per- former, please contact Martha at 645-2443 or Kathy at 466-1481, or write EcoTheater, 343 Church Street, Lewisburg, 24901. New Athletic Field At East By Jonathan Wright Several area businesses and Individuals recently volunteered labor and financial assistance to build a new athletic field at Greenbrler East High School (GEHS) in Falrlea. The field is expected to be in use next spring. According to GEHS principal Charles Carney, soccer and girls' softball teams will use the new facility. Girls' softball has' been organized at the school three years, but no soccer team is cur- renfly active. "We're looking at the possibil- ity next year of offering it," Mr Carney said. "We'll probably be presenting a proposal to the Board of Education to get to started." Mr Carney said local groups interested in the initia- tion of a soccer program at GEHS will likely fund much of the program at the start, but the Board of Education would hope- fully fund a coach. The new field occupies I-I/2 acres of a seven-acre plot owned by the Spartan Boosters Asso- ciation, a private group which supports athletics at GEHS. One of the group's ongoing projects is the construction of an athletic building at the rear of Spartan Stadium. I Introductory prices starting as low as 5 yr. Warranty Reg. [] Stain Watch sq. yard. sq. yard Stain Protection iili Interiq auto v U. S. Representative Harley Staggers will addrd ss the West Virginia Veterans'of Foreign Wars (VFW) at their Fall conven- tion in Lewtsburg this weekend. A ranking member of the House Veterans' Affairs Commit- tee and Chairman of the Sub- committee on Veterans' Housing and memorial Affairs, Mr Stag- gers says he will focus his re- marks "on Issues Important to West Virginia veterans. "For eight years now, it has been an ongoing battle with Ad- ministrations past and present to help veterans get the benefits and services they have earned and deserve," says Mr Staggers. "The VFW has played a signifi- cant role In the fight for all veter- ans and their families. I am hon- ored for the opportunity to take part In their statewide conven- tion." The Second District congress- man says he doesn't accept claims that the "richest nation In the history of mankind can't af- ford to fulfill Its promise to veter- ans and their families. "America has a five trillion dollar economy. Ours Is tile rich- est nation In the world," Mr Staggers said. "It's a matter of priorities, We can make essential Investments in jobs, education, roads, heath care, and at the same time reduce the Federal deficit. We can wage a meaning- ful war on drugs and clean up our environment. And yes, we can fulfill the promises made to veterans." Congressman Staggers will address the West Virginia VFW at the Brier Inn in Lewisburg at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. September 30. JOHN W )U PONT SI-AINMAS-TEI STAINMASTEK 198: Professional Installation Av, liable 98,, Many Different Styl & Colors to choose from COMPANY West Virginia'" ' I Largest and Finest Selection of Fine Quality 8rand Name Merchandise. P~esdond I)elivwy Service ~ Ozy T~mt Selection Loc=l [lank Financing Layaway 756 N, Jefferson St. Lewisburg, 645.2100 .,. 300 Industrial 0riVe Beckley 255-0508