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Sunday, November,3, 1985 The Mountain Messenger East Hall inducts three Three Greenbrier East High School alumni were inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame in ceremonies preceding the Spartan's footbal game Friday night. Dr. Stephen Lowell Sebert; class of '69, E. Sterling (Tod) Hanger; class of '74, and Mrs. Shelby Jean Neely Goldstein; class of '74, were the inductees. Goldstein was inducted in absentia. Shown in the photo are GEHS Hall of Fame inductees (left to right) Tod hanger, Stephen Sebert and GEHS High School Principal, Charlie Carney. Telling the killers from the honeys Fire dept. open house a bigLhit The Ronceverte Fire Department open house and fundraiser was a big success. The department responded to a mock drill at Ronceverte Elementary School within 1 minute and 52 seconds of receiving the call. The department arrived on the scene and the school was evacuated except for three children who were rescued from the building by firemen dressed in full gear and equipped with air pacs. The department also attacked the school building with a fully charged line. After the mock fire was put out, a question and answer session on fire prevention and safety was held and literature on fire safety was distributed to the children. The department would like to thank the following businesses who donated prizes for the balloon bust: Blue Grass Electric, Coca Cola of Ronceverte, Georges Rexall Pharmacy, Stanley Representa- tives, Tupperware Representa- tives, McDonald's, Wendy's, Hardee's, Pizza Hut, Long John Silver's, Dairy Queen, Bonanza, Belinda Bostic-Representative of Bowden Hair Styling Center, Fairlea Exxon, Ripco, True Value Home Center, Implement, B.F. Ratliff-Avon Re Gunnoe's Sausa Eva's Pizza, Pepper, Rocky Tol: Donuts, Flowers Bakery, Little Distributors, Chips, Mister Bee Candy, Meadow Rich Dairy, Distributors, Crawford's Food The department to thank all donated and the for their coverage of A perfect marriage of resources Officials from the Internal Revenue Service, Parkersburg District, and the West Virginia Small Business Development Center (SBDC) have renewed what they termed "a perfect marriage of resources." The joint agreement, titled the Small Business Tax Training Project, was initiated last small business community, and IRS's established Small Business Tax Workshop Course. According to IRS District Director, Richard C. Herman, this was the first such joint venture between IRS and an outside agency. Noting that the first year results were very successful, last year." SBDC State Underwood had equally project. "A businesses we with re(uest training. a direct response A quick test that accurately distinguishes between'Africanized bees (sometimes called "killer bees") and domestic honeybees has been developed by I~.S. Department of Agriculture scientists. A sampling of suspect bees can be identified, initiaNy, by a one minute screening of wing size in a field laboratory, Computer analysis of other body pa rts later verifies the results "We call it FABIS (Fast Africanized Bee Identification System) and it can be taught to state and local technicians in only one day," said tile test's inventor, Thomas Rmderer, research leader of the Agricultural Research Service's Bee Breeding and Bee Stock Laboratory, Baton Rouge, Louisiana FABIS is already in use by agriculture inspectors in GJHS Homecoming Shown in the photo (left to right) are Mercedes Clements, Bob Lindsey, Bridgett Krystynak, J.D. Loudermilk, Paulette LaRue, Russell Hefner, TraLcy King, Mark O'Brien, Melanie Terry and Travis Wagner. Greenbrier Junior High School celebrated "Homecoming 1985" on Thursday, October 18. Three freshmen girls vied for the honor of Homecoming Queen Those selected by the class as candidates were: Tracy King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. King; Bridgett Kryst~;nak, daughter of Mr. Charles Krystynak; and Paulette LaRue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul LaRue ]he entire student body voted for their choice of queen with Bridgett Krystynak being chosen The seventh grade attendant was Mercedes Clements, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Thomas. Her escort was Bob Lindsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindsey. The eighth grade attendant was Melanie Terry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Terry. Her escort was Travis Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wagner. The freshmen candidates for queen, Paulette LaRue and Tracy King, were escorted by Russell Hefner, son of Mrs. Jo Ann Hefner and Mark O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs Paul O:Brien. The Homecom- ing Queen, Bridgett Krystynak was escorted by J.D. Loudermilk, son of Mr, Joe D. Loudermilk and Sandra Loudermilk. At a special school assembly on Thursday, Bryan Fox, president of the freshman class and Terri Lilly, president of the GoClub introduced the attendants and queen candidates. Flowers and banners were presented to each girl by Cheerleaders Missy Hess and April Massey, Mrs. William Fox served as accompanist for the afternoon program. At Half-time of the Greenbrier- Rainelte game, with the Greenbrier Band playing "The Rose", Queen Bridgett Krystynak received a beautiful tiara from last year's queen, Heather Lindsey, now a sophomore at Greenbrier East. Little Miss Terri Hinkle, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bill Hinkle, served as crown bearer. The day's events were concluded with a dance in the school gymnasium Winners of the "Wear Your School Colors Day" were: Mindy Feamster, first place, Tara Weikle, second place, Denise Canterbury, third place. Free Tanning Session with Perm. 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