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Bramble Greenbrier Junior High School Honor Roll Tom Martin Amy Markum "B" Garrick Morgan Andy Morgan Michael Allen Bill Sims Megan Morgan Alyson Ambler Nathan Totten Mary Rorrer Jason Whanger Harry Vance Bert Baker Olivia Williams Debble Bostic "B" Melanie Bostic Kara Brown Veronica Bramble Grade 8 Jessica Brunty Brad Boswell "A" Susan Dowdy Matt Cantrell Steven Hedrick Brandwyn Allison Tracy Hughes Kelli Crawford Mark Bennett Cindy Gillespie April Dixon Jaclyn Boehringer Shy Faber Billy Boothe CarolSealey Mike Fisk Deena Boyles Grade 9 Julie Campbell "A" Mike Fox Benjamin Hefner ChIistv Kirk Heather Gilkerson Joseph Honaker Joey SCCeikle Susan Hamrick Misty Henson Melinda Hoylman Becky Hunter Arthur Lucas Chris Martin John McDaniel Tammy Pusey Heather Rafliff Shana Reed Amanda Taylor Lee-Ann Toler Michelle West Donette Weikle ~ 5 Elementary and Junior High School Honor Roll Shaun Viers Crystal Blankenship Paul Spelock Melinda Blankenship Mindy Collins Brian Taylor Stephen Crookshanks Grade 8 Chris Crookshanks Harold Toler Perry Hall "A" John Crookshanks Benny Heaster Mlchelle Neal Leigh Ann Hanson Grade 9 Kerri Long Jason Hudson "A" Kendra O'Dell "B" Jmnes Kanode Jason Osborne Clayton Scott Nathan Adkins Connie Lewis Freddy Thompson Candy Adklnson Jesslca Lewis "B" Emily Viers Katrina Birchfield Brian McClung Heather Aflstock Matt Walkup :s Halloweeen WIC Coupons Schedule Set Distribution of WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Drafts in Greenbrler County for the months of December and Janu- ary is Wednesday, November 28, at the Ronceverte Armory and on Thursday, November 29, at the Rupert Community Building. Distribution is between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at both locations. Festivities at LewisburgElementary School included a Parade lead by Principal William Fox and the Junior High by Charles Fauber. The parade began at the Elemen- and ended at the WVSOM outdoor track. Costume judg- cOnducted in each classroom prior to the parade with the at the track. Four categories were judged -- , Scariest, Prettiest, and Most Original. At the track, ribbons lrded to the classroom winners and the three most original Were chosen by a panel of judges from the community. The was in charge of the planning with Linda Fauber s chairman. ith the three most Orginal Costumes are the judges: Helen flvia Garrison, Eleanor Porterfield, and Bill Hazelbeck. shoulders are a Chocolate Kiss m Carrie Glasser; --- Rebel Blake and Ann Dalton; and the Headless Changes in drafts will not be made at this distribution. So, if you need to have your infants' formula changed, please contact the office in Lewisburg. WIC Is a supplemental food, nutrition education program funded by the United States De- partment of AgricultuFe- in co6peration with the West Vir- ginia Department of Health. WIC supplies supplemental food to pregnant and breastfeeding women, and to infants and chil- dren under the age of five. If you think you may be eligible, call 647-7430 or write Central WV WIC Program, c/o WVSOM, 400 North Lee Street, Lewisburg, 24901. Give thanks for safety -'- John Harman. ......... ,\ arg Junior Hgh School Honor Roll Jonathan Hawley Grade 9 Lorraine Massie Doug Brown Amy Spencer Mike Vincent Sharon Stidom James Lewis Bob McCoy Heather Shaver Alicia Quinn Rhonda Hamrick Tina Hartsook Caron Piercy Ruth Grizzel Paul Tincher Katrina Hamrick County Extension rs will present a spe- Thursday, Novena- 10 a.m. at the Rupert The Home- offer their "Tradi- of the Holidays" Which will feature of the West Vir- of Agriculture from Greenbrier Homemakers of preparations for will demonstrate which emphasize la )roducts and Extension will give ideas on Christmas foods are Mary Flzer Osborne along with from th'e Dawson, ! Crawley Clubs. and morning coffee followed by a Salads and desserts. larger appetites a sandwich. Ba- avaflable. Titles & s Directly to D.M.V. Fri. & Sat. INC. 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Ave 4161 State Rt. 34 (304) 255 -6400 (304) 725 -6365 (304) 598 -3712 (304) 757 -7981 lJridgcpon Meadowbrook Mall (304~ 842-7302 AtlanticFinancial Atl~tic F~ial FederJl- West VitlliniJ We can make a difference Wheeling 1300 Chapline St. (304) 232-8121 The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 22, 1990 3B Monroe County Board Of Education Meets The Monroe County Board of Education met in regular session at Peterstown Elementary School November 5. A delegation, headed by Bill Lively and Giles Jones, spoke to the board oppos- ing consolidation. Budget supplements and transfers were approved includ- ing a supplement to provide Adult Basic Education classes at the Ballard School, Union Li- brary and Gap Mills. All bills were approved for payment. Student transfers were ap- proved to allow one student to attend Gap Mills School and one to attend Peterstown High School. Approval of a Head Start grant of $112,653 was received and funding of $53,447 has been re- ceived for the first half of the year. A request for the installa- tion of a burglar alarm system at Ballard School was approved with the cost of the system to be paid through a Head Start grant. A job description lor a food service secretarial position was approved with funding to come from food service receipts. This person will work with the central office and local schools to com- plete record keeping and reports. Bid for a boiler at Union Ele- mentary School was awarded to Noland Company of Bluefield, and the roof replacement bid for the Board of Education Office was awarded to Alderson Roofing Company. An employee request to have a grievance waived to Level IV was approved. A special board ses- sion was set for November 14, 7 p.m. to hear a citizen's griev- ance. The lollowing personnel action was taken: Resignations -- Wayne Dent, football coach, Greenville Junior High School; Linda Ludwig, substitute teacher; Roger Crabtree, assis- tant basketball coach, Peter- stown Junior High School; Em- Brother And Named Who's Who ployment --"leacher -- Sandra Woodyard, Art/General Elemen tary Education, Peierstown Ele mentary; Extra-Curricular- Sandra Humphries, cheerleader sponsor, basketball, Greenville Junior High; Susan Ryan, Proj- ect Challenge, Golden Horse- shoe; Wayne Cowder, Spelling Bee; Substitute "leacher -- Imna Taylor; Contractual Services, Ac- tive Parenting for Union Head Start -- Pat Fick. Supplemental vocational and Head Start bus runs were approved. The next regularly s~heduled "Work Session" will be held No vember 29, 7:30 p.m. at Union Elementary School and the regu- lar board meeting will be held December 3, 7:30 p.m. at Union Elementary School. Refuge Center Kids Perform The children fi'om the Kids Discussion Group at the Fandly Refuge Center presented a Hal- loween dance. The presentation was the result of seven sessions under the direction of Belh White. The dance was held at Old Stone Presbyterian Church in Lcwisburg. The program is presented with financial assistance through an Arts and Humanities Grant from the Department of Education and the A.ris, Division of Culture and History. In addi- tion, Glen Singer gave a mime performance for all the children and parents. Welcome Wagon "Aids Penny Pitch Brad Boggess Terri Lyn Boggess Brad and Terri Lyn Boggess, son and daughter of Terry and Janet Boggess of Alderson have been chosen to be included in the 1990 edition of "Who's Who Among American High School Students." Terri Lyn was in the 1989 edition of that publication. Brad is a sophomore at Greenbrier East and Terri Lyn is a freshman at Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg, Virginia. IF YOU WOULD IJKE TO SUBMIT MATERIAl. FOR PUBLICATION: Articles submitted to The Mountain Messenger should be type- written or clearly written in order to be considered for publication. Please Include your name and a telephone; number where you may be reached during business hours. The Mountain Messenger reserves the right to edit any material and regrets articles Canndt be rettu'ned. Letters to the editor must include a ft,ll signature and address. if you wouM like a photograph returned, please provide a self addressed, stamped envelope. The November monthly meet- ing of Welcome Wagon will be held Tuesday. November 27, 7:30 p.m.. at the home of Helen Gordon. Her co-hostess will be Linn Hanson. The program will be presented by Donna O'Dell, from Mountain Heritage Floral and Gifts, on "Holiday Decorat- ing." There will also be a craft auction. Members and guest are Invited to take either some homemade craft, baked g~ods or a bought gift to be auctioned. The proceeds of the auction will go to the Penny Pitch. For directions to the meeting, or for further inlbmmtion about Welcome Wagon, please call Karin McComas at 647-3029. Rosemary Dent at 645-3725 or Joyce Kitchens at 645-1771. 1 I 1984 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME - 4 door Brougham equip, speed control, AM/FM Cass., 38,000 miles ................ $6900 $5200 1984 BUICK LE SABRE 4 DOOR- Limited Trim, Power locks, windows, & driver seat, speed contol ....................... $5700 $4600 1985 FORD THUNDERBIRD COUPE - V-8 engine, air, power driver seat, aero panels, deep tint glass .................... $6900 $4900 1985 OLDSMOBILE' 98" 4-DOOR - Brougham Equip., leather seats, dual p.s., wire wheel covers, black ................ $8200 $6400 1986 OLDS DELTA 88 4-DOOR. Brougham equip., driver power seat, ETR AM/FM Cass., power windows ............ $8900 $6500 1986 CHEVY CAVALIER 4 DOOR. CL" trim, tilt wheel, ETR AMIFM Cass., air, 55,000 miles .................................. $8900 $5600 1987 JEEP GRAND WAGONEER - dual p.s., leather/cord trim, woodgraln, alum. wheels, 40K miles ........................ $15,500 $12,950 1987 CHEVY CAVALIER Z24 - 'CL" interior, aluminum wheels, AM/FM. 39,000 miles ............................................... $8400 $6500 1987 CHEVY FULL SIZE PICK-UP - Silverado pkg, air, AM/FM Cass., speed control, 49,000 miles .......................... $10,900 $9400 1987 CHEVY $10 BLAZER 4X4 - Tahoe pkg., cass. w/equalizer, power windows & locks, blue/white ....................... $t3,500 $10,400 1988 FORD TAURUS STATION WAGON- air, "GL" equip,, speed control, remote else. mirrors, 33,000 miles ......... $10,800 $8300 1988 BUICK ELECTRA STATION WAGON- Estate equip,, 3 seats, driver p.s., woedgrain, aluminum wheels ......... $12,200 $10,400 1988 CHEVY FULL SIZE PICK-UP - 4X4, Scottsdale pkg., auto, V-8 engine, only 23,000 miles ................................. $10,900 $9800 1989 EAGLE SUMMIT 4 DOOR- auto, air, ETR AM/FM, rear delogger, 'DL" equip .................................................... $9500 $7500 1989 FORD TEMPO 4 DOOR - All wheel drive, auto, air, power windows & locks, tilt wheel ........................................ $9900 $8500 1989 DODGE RAMCHARGER- "I..E" pkg., power win. & locks, alum. wheels, ETR AMEM Cass.,14,000 miles. ...... $15,800 $13,600 1989 CHEVY CAMARO- 'RS'equip., auto, air, T-Tops. ETR AM/FM Cass., power windows, black ........................... $1t,800 $10,400 1989 FORD MUSTANG - "LX" equ=p., auto, air, speed control, t It whee., AM/F:M Cass ,19,000 m es ..................... $10,500 $9,200 1990 CHEVY LUMINA 4 DOOR - Euro equip., driver power seat, aluminum wheels, ETR AM/FM Cars ................... $15,900 $13,900 1990 NISSAN STANZA 4 DOOR - "XE'equip., AM/FM Cass.,power windows, light brown, 900 miles ...................... $14,800 $13,800 Ask Mechanical Repair Protection Plan , Lewisburg 645-2424 "56 Years Proud Because Promises Made Were Kept"