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4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 27, 1990 Lewisburg Elementary PTO Starts Fund Drive Cyndl Taylor, co-presldent, chaired the first meeting of the Lewisburg Elementary-lnterme- diate Schools Parent-Teacher Organization (VIX)) Monday eve- ning, September 17, The cafete- ria of the Elementary School was filled with parents and teachers making plans for the 1990-91 school year. Operation HEART (Helping Education Achieve Results To- day), this year's fund-raising event for the schools, was ex- plained. Instead of selling items to raise money for the PTO, this year families of students in the two schools, teachers and all those interested in education in our town are being asked to con- tribute to Operation Heart. A budget of $16,000 has been tar- geted to purchase supplies and equipment in the schools. The items to be bought are deter- mined by the ~ membership at the organization's monthly meetings. Each student has been given cards to give to his family, relatives, friends or any- one interested in supporting education. All are encouraged to complete this form. with a pledge indicated, and return it to Lewis- burg Elementary School, 206- I/2 Lee Street, Lewisburg, WV 24901. Look Closely The Mountain Mressenger Is Your Voice el Fa4rness In The Greater Greenbrier Valiey Ot West Virginia Listen Carefully "If all fat.riles and interested residents participate, the I'rI'O can supplement the schools' programs and resources in very meaningful ways, so please par- ticipate and show the children how important their education is to all of us," according to [GO member Vivian Conly. Other matters of interest to the schools were also discussed. Emily Shirey will again oversee the soup and peanut butter label programs. Mrs Shlrey indicated that several hundreds of dollars worth of computer software and equipment was purchased through these means last year. Two tickets to any concert at Carnegie Hall were given as doorprize for the meeting. At the October meeting, a 19" color television will be given. All mem- bers of the PIY) are eligible to win the monthly prizes. Volun- teers were requested to help with the PTO's Coke@ booth at Taste Of Our Towns. New teachers and the staffs of the schools were In- troduced by Principals Dr Wil- llam Fox and Andrea Phillips. Following the business meet- ing, parents were invited to at- tend the Book Fair in the school library and the open houses in each of the classrooms. One hundred ninety-nlne graduate and undergraduate de- grees were earned by Marshall University students during the second summer term which ended August 17, according to the Marshall University Registrar's Office. Joseph Edward Molllsh, of Lewisburg, received a Bachelor Degree from Marshall's College of Business. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Anthony Molllsh. Classifieds 647-5724 il mR Concert September 30 The Monroe County Library will present Kristi Lovett and Dixie Lee Hoke, sopranos, In concert Sunday afternoon, September 30 at 3 p.m. The concert will be held upstairs in the library at Union. Betty Shaver of Lewisburg will accompany the singers. Music for this concert will Include works of Dvorak Mendelssohn, Puccini, Schubert, Strauss, and Copland, in addition to a selection of show tunes. Donations will be accepted to be used to benefit the library. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In State $14.84 [n State Senior Citizens $13.78 In State Students $11.13 (9 mos.) Out-of-State $15.OO $1 discount to Senior Citizens Mountain Messenger ials 122 N. Court Street Lewisburg, WV 24901 647-5724 mpany 1990 Buick Yark Ave. 4-door Save $5,026* was $26,796 Now $21,770' Memory power seat, Twilight Sent~n~, Graphic egualizer, self sealing tires Astroroof, Demonstrator, Automatic Door Locks & Much More 1990 Olds Cutlass Supreme 4-Door Save $4108 * ,was $17, 958 Now $13,850 * Aluminum wheels, 3.1 litre V6 engine, power door locks, ETR AM/FM/cass, Maui blue, demonstrator. 1989 Chevy Full Size Luxury Van Save $8000 * was $29,800 Now $2!,800 * Raised roof, Teakwood trim, power reclining rear sofa, VCR/TV, power door locks & windows, front & rear air cond. demonstrator 1990 Olds Ciera 4-Door Save $3841 * was $16, 611 Now $12,770 * 3300 V6 MFI engine, speed control, wire wheel covers, ETR AM/FM/cass * Savings include factory rebate, Offer expires 9/26/90 taxes and fees not included, approved credit only. 1990 Chevy Astro Van Save $2704 * was $18,654 Now $15,950 * 8 passenger seating, 'CL" equip, power windows & door locks, aluminum wheels, Demonstrator, two.tone Save $2512 was* $12,862 NOW $10,350" 1990 Chevrolet Corsica 4-Door 3.1 liter V6 engine, air cond., auto trans, ETR AM/FM Dr Martin T. Smith, D.O. spoke to the Humana Seniors Association at their September monthly meeting at the First Baptist Church Fairlea. Dr Smith, a specialist in diseases of the skin and allergies, directed his topic to skin cancer at the meeting. Slides relating to skin cancer were shown and a ques- tion and answer period followed the presentation. A graduate of West Virginia School of Osteo- pathic Medicine, Dr Smith served Internship in Atlanta, Georgia, and is a member of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology. He and his wife, Kay, live in Lewisburg with their two children. Dr Smith's office is located in Falrlea. Missy Harris, RN, Advisor of the Humana Seniors Association and Linda Brewer. Insurance Specialist, invite all members to attend the monthly meetings on the first Thursday of each month. The Seniors' Association is sponsored by Humana Hospi- tals, Inc. and is a non-profit or- ganization which provides bene- fits for persons over 55 as well as many scheduled activities for this age group. If you are interested in be- coming a member of the Hu- mana Seniors Association, you may call Missy Harris, 647-6096 for more information. See One of Our Professional Salespeople About Other Autumn Sell Down Specials * 1991 New Car Announcement September 27, 28 and 29, 1990 O 1 mile south of 1,64 Lewisburg, WV 645-2424 "56 Years Proud Because Our Promises Made Were Kept" Essay Contest Announced For Greenbrier County Students The Greenbrier Constitutional Bicentennial Commission has announced an essay contest for high school students in Green- brier County. According to Jim Gerl, Executive Director of the Commission, students at Green- brier East and Greenbrier West are eligible to enter the contest which honors U. S. Constitution Week. The students who partici- pate will be asked to write an essay on the federal judiciary. Mr Gerl said two students, one with the best essay at Greenbrier East and one with the best essay at Greenbrier West, will receive a $50 savings bond. The savings bonds have been donated by West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) CliniC, Inc. The winner and two runners-up at each school will be given a pocket- sized copy fo the U. S. Constitution. Students who wish to enter the contest should con- tact Paula Blankenship at Greenbrier West or Mary Humphries at Greenbrler East. "The .Greenbrier Constitu- tional Bicentennial Commission wishes to thank the WVSOM Clinic, Inc. for making this essay contest possible for Greenbrier County high school students," Mr Gerl stated. "The courts play an increasingly important role in our lives and this essay contest should be a good exercise in learning about the judiciary." 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Mo EE IPI|oloIu'|PhY " R Frl. & Sat., Oct. 5 & 6 Fri. 12-8 1 Sat. 11-5 Teacher To Be Preparation of West Virginia will be a public hearing Fairmont by the Force on Teacher Teachers and an interest in teacher in the state's colleges versities are invited minute presentations mit two-page The session begins in Musick Library at State College. position papers will be after October 11, the does not anticipate ther public hearings The Task Force was' by Governor Gaston June 4 and was of Senate Bill I by ture during its on education in member Task Force is of teachers and from both higher public schools, plus and other leaders of Virginia education Concord College Beasley was governor to chair The Task Force with examining the eas: (I) Upgrading tion programs to demic area of study ous and (2) Streamlining ing certification processes; (3) Establishing system in higher the in-field masters (4) An range of non-tradit proaches to ing force, including, ited to. alternative leading to certificatiOti tional teacher's exam (5) a survey of the teachers over the which identifies teacher shortage ply: (6} Upgrading tion programs to gogical new developments la room such as distance computer assisted and early childhood tal programs; (7} Continuing evaluation of the and ca} to the governance preparation, limited to, assesS~ countability, ful mechanisms to ate program review cations in res cha~ging demands ing work force. To address preparation issues, pers could focus on as certification, velopment, teacher teacher satisfactlO~ quality and nature preparation the undergraduate levels. Further Task Force or the may be obtained by Project Assistant ham at Concord 6033, or writing the President's 24712. Written may be submitted ill the same address. The 1930 Renick High nual class reunion at the Mount Church in Renlck. Present were five nal class of 18. Rut cafoose, Lewisburg; ' son Fasick, Ru Thibodeau, Ina Richards and Dr Leslie Virginia. Guests were; Roanoke, Virginia; Anthony; cafoose, served by the ladies ~ Herman to the Experience The Old 304 - Reduced Bikin Mini.