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t Tours Education Fo- a United States Infor- Department des- school exchange is now seeking Ameri- and group leaders and cruises The U.S.S.R. and feature of the IEF Is that students and can choose from itineraries ranging from to know a country is the secret to the International Homes- tour the country the Homestay Program, a carefully chosen host Spain or Rus- eager to share their :mith an American stu- [ Homestays very active exchange the school year and :r, Groups of young students (ages 13 to to Europe to spend ere from two to four Each student becomes school activities, spe- outings and day trips With his or her original acting as chap- groups of American They strive to feel like mere- temporary commu- and cruises are also to Mexico and Europe. of six students are -~d by an IEF-approved more information and itineraries, call IEF honlestays of- class of the new Ron- Sty Nursery along with the Board of Directors, the many people in our area who contributed to school a reality for The donations and classroom mate- enabled RCNS to begin pre-readiness skills to and four-year-olds ' AS of November 5, we to three classes a maximum of and have hired two Thanks to the Merchants Associa- National Bank of Ron- ~alachian Electric, Bank, Mr and Mrs Elmore's Farm Boyd, Mr and Polan, Roy and Monnie Kim Curry, and Kay Mor- Mullican, Mr and Mrs Ronceverte Presby- Circle, Loretta Cash Register, ~son, Randy and Mag Seale, Betty Ralston, J. W. Lee, Jennifer and Mr and Mrs 647-5724 Held For Alderson Bazaar Set The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 15, 1990 9B Xi Gamma Delta Sorority Regular Meeting The cafeteria at Alderson Elementary School was crawling with strange and wonderful creatures October 27 as local children gath- ered for the annual Halloween Carnival. Costumes ranged from vam- pires and ghosts to ballerinas and princesses. Screams and shrieks could be heard as wide-eyed youngsters emerged from the haunted house. Faces were painted and many wonderful fortunes were told. Children and adults alike joined in various games and won prizes which were donated by local businesses. Refreshments were donated byparents and disappeared quickly. A good and spooky time was hadby all. Andrea Parker (right) surveys her handiwork on Nikki Carter's cheek. Help A Child At Christmas The Family Refuge Center is organizing its annual Sponsor-A- Child Program. Last year, 138 children from Greenbrier, Monroe, and Pocahontas coun- ties were presented gifts from lo- cal citizens. A party for the chil- dren and their families will be held. The party includes dinner, caroling, a musical presentation by local musicians, and the arri- val of Santa Claus. If you would llke to sponsor a child with a Christmas glft this year, please call The Family Ref- uge Center before December I0, at 645-6334, between 90 a.m. and 5 3.m. weekdays. Let the Messenger Know About Your Club News ountain essenger CALL TODAY! 647-5724 The cheapest widely distributed classifieds in town -- a word When companied by payment. ($2.25 minimum) a word If billed ($3.00 minimum Fm an error-free sd - pleaae type or print I~ain~y. DEADLINE: 9 AM FRIDAY 122 North Court Street, Lewisburg, WV 24901 Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley would like you to Ineet someone special. J. Jay Baker, M.D., Medical Oncologist, has recently joined the staff of Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley. He is now in private practice in Lewisburg. Dr. Baker is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, subspe- ciahy of Medical Oncology. He is a graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine in Michigan. Dr. Baker is a native of Charleston, WV. He prac- ticed medicine in Atlanta prior to his move to the Greenbrier Valley. Dr. Baker is happy to be back home in West Virginia. To make an appointment, call: 645-4288 Greenbrier Oncology Clinic Grey Rock Professional Park Lewisburg, WV t, e Open your One Valley Bank 1991 Christmas Club Account today. Charge your checking account & receive 6% interest. Use a weekly coupon book & receive 51/2% interest. Either way you'll receive a FREE Holly Snack Jar with your One Valley Bank 1991 Christmas Club deposit of ' $2 or more. ]'he annual Music Booster Christmas Bazaar will be held at the Williamsburg School Novem- ber 17 from noon to 6 p.m. A spaghetti dinner will be served in conjunction with the Bazaar. Prices of the dinner will be adults $4, Children $2. There will be entertainment through- out the afternoon. Anyone Inter- ested in table space or further information on the Bazaar, please call 645-6653 or 645- 7683. It's Curtains At Renick The Kellwood Company-Ren- ick Junior High School Partner- ship In Education will sponsor a curtain sale in the school gym Saturday, November 19, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There are many varie- ties of curtains reasonably priced. All proceeds go to the Renick Junior High Instructional programs. Takes Holiday The omce of the Greenbrier County Committee on Aging, Inc. will be closed Thursday, Novem- ber 22 to observe Thanksgiving Day. On Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23 no meals will be served at the Rupert Senior Center, the Lewis- burg Nutrition Site, the AIderson Nutrition Site or the Frankford Nutrition Site. No transportation will be provided by the Senior Bus or the Senior Van. Xi Gamma Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its October meeting in the home of president Nancie Stuffer. Plans were discussed for "rushing" new members and a Halloween party. The club voted to donate $25 to the White Sulphur Springs Lions Club to be used toward the purchase of a public address system for me- morial Park. Officers for 1990-91 will be installed at the next meeting. At the conclusion of the meet- ing, refreshments were served. The sorority held its October 24 meeting in the home of Shirley tiiclcs. Members were reminded of the Birthday Party for residents of the White Sulphur Springs Family Care Center on November 27, and of the "rush" party held in the home of Shirley Hicks No- vember 14. Prospective members names were read and approved. The Christmas Party and Gift Exchange will be held at the Cabin Club December 1. Following a short business meeting, refreshments were served. Officers for 1990-91 were In- stalled in a candlelight cere- mony, they are: President- Nancie Stutler; Vice-President - Carolyn Lefler; Treasurer--~ Shirley Hicks; Recording Secre- tary -- AlyceAnn McLaughlin; and Corresponding Secretary -- Dianne Linkous. PRE-HOLIDAY SALE 4 Salem * Mannington Floor Coverings Armstrong * Mannington * Congoleum and special distributor lines of carpets, floor coverings and tiles Buy now and have your new look installed for the holidays. Kitchens & Carpets Plus Free Estimates - Kitchen Cabinets - Carpet Furniture - Bathroom Vanities - Windows Route 60 and An ean Road, Rupert 392-6941 EXTRA TRACTION ~ PRICE COMPOUND Pt$S/80R13 48.1~ ~adW Conttruct~n -- O~d PIISIIIOR13 41.1B mileage, slab/lily and P17S/10R13 41.16 handangt PllS/SORi3 -41).II Wide. Deep Treed-. Emcel~nl PIIS/ISR14 IMB.INi miloege~lnd akM rests #ante. P 11~/75 R 14 12.1t| "'XTC"xm~ Ttecllon P205/75R14 M,llt Compound -- AMI Ireckl~ in ke, mudand now. 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