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Dr. Craig Boisvert, D.O. II SALE STARTS: Craig Stephen Boisvert, D.O., has recently joined the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine as an Associate Professor of General Practice. Dr. Boisvert will provide general family practice patient care through the WVSOM Health Center in addi- tion to his academic responsibilities at WVSOM. A 1982 graduate of the University of New England College of Osteo- pathic Medicine, Dr. Boisvert com- pleted his internship and general practice residency at Pennsylvania's Lancaster Osteopathic Hospital. He holds his undergraduate degree form the University of Vermont. Patfent appointments can be made through the WVSOM Health Center at 645-3220. Dr. Boisvert and his wife, Patti- cia, are now living in Lewisburg. TU NoW ON Y IRREG IF 1st QUALITY, THESE JEANS WOULD RETAIL IN DEPARTMENT STORES FOR $25. The annual Smoot High School reunion honoring classes 1925 through 1945 was held Saturday, August 13 at the school. Festivities included a "social hour, business meeting, and an after dinner recog- nition of class representatives. Bea Harvey, Kay Wiseman, Virgie Tay- lor, and Dorothy Barnett represented the first graduating class of 1925. The Methodist Women's Society of Sam Black served an excellent meal. Special thanks go to Mr. Robert Tharp, Principal and Mrs. Frank Gwinn for making the school available. Officers for the coming year were appointed as follows: Ed Martin, President; Bea Harvey, Secretary; Mandy Lively, Vice President; and Mary Martin, Treasurer. Those as- sembled voted to invite graduates of all years from the beginning 1925 through the final year of 1968 when the school cased to be a four-year high school. It is always a great pleasure to see old fdends ~sgsln. All graduates are urged to I~an to attend next year. STORE HOURS: MON.. SAT. 9 AM - 8 PM SUNDAY 12 NOON - 5 PM RED OAKS SHOPPING CENTER FAIRLEA 645-6746 By Don McCoy if you like today's fashion colors but they don't flatter your skin tone, you can still wear them-in pants, skirts, accessories. Just wear a flattering color close to your face. I Lashes are lovelier if you remove :| mascara before bed and stroke on I lash conditioner, Like conditioner for your hair, it smooths and strengthens lashes, and improves texture. Heavy foundation doesn't cover up aging skin -- it makes it look older, Best bet is a lighter-weight foundation applied with a just-damp sponge. Need color? Add it with blush Men have it easy: one tuxedo and they're set for years, while we gals have to come up with a new look for every party! What length skirt? Whatever looks best on you Fall fashions leave you tots of options. What length hair? Same answer. Smart gals and guys know they get personalized hairstyling at,..