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4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 29, 1990 Gap Mills Schools Gap Mills Schools JI-Around Students Perfect Attendance Kindergarten Becky Taylor Amanda Flack Crystal Hoke Grade 8 Kindergarten Jamie Ellison Rose Purdy Lori Porterfield Chip Sonla Anderson Tamers Trent Madeline Hoke Jason Spencer David Bustle Jeremiah Chandler Jeffery Hoke Andi Karnes Chris Ratliff Vane Dustin Miller Russell Weikle Mark Jones Philip Wickline Wendy Stover Christopher DillonBecky Taylor Shawn Ballard Patrick Thomas Ram, Nalhen Atkins Billy Bostic Stacey Lucas Kevin Clover Jason Hoke Russel Welkle Dwayne Boggs Stuart Woods Areal Tara Hager Michael Adwell Nicole McDowell Grade 6 Misty Fisher Samantha Hylton Leslie Wickline Chad Ripley Kevin Eric Humphreys Ernie Atkins Timmy Neel Jason Arthur Betty Jo Dunbar Dustin Miller Stephanie Echols Jonathan Crotty Grade 7 Wesley Jones Billy Boggs Heather Walton Peggy Bustle Rhonda Dempsey Luke Rider BrandI Harry Joseph Echols Jason Wilson Mi~t~ i Derek Neel Melissa Boggs Jessica Ward Anthony Hubbard Tondalaya Walton Brandy Robinson Joshua Lephew Jason Evans Shannon Bustle Rhone Christina Nicholas Mary Dameron AIicia Hylton Amy Brown Nathen Atkins Deborah Osborne Tommy Dunbar Joe Wickline Joni C Beth Surface Stephanie Echols Grade 4 Joey Palmer Doug Canterbury Sara Bland Jennifer Rider Grade 5 Heather Vance Sam Wallace Robert Elmore Andi Kames Randy Waddell Alicia Dowdy Stephanie Galford Jeremy Schulrud Debbie Sams Jeremiah Chandler Chester Ferguson Lori Hefner Stuart Woods Christina Dowdy Tara Hager Bobby Carter Grade I Cindy Darnell Jeremy Galford Daniel Hlnkley Steven Capaldo Kif Hancock Michael Hoke Grade 3 Kim Hefner Jeannie Parker Adam Crystal Hoke Chad Kessinger Rachel Sheena Rafllff Brandi Harry Julie Bustle Jessica Chasnoff Becky Morris Eric Humphreys Mark Breckenridge Philip Wlckline Tommy Galford Joseph Sara Bland Eric Hazelwood Rose Purdy. Michael Dowdy Pat Pell Wesley Jones Holly Dunbar David Zecher Lisa Dixon Missy I Michael Hoke Jason Hoke Elizabeth StatenNlkl~i Dunbar Shells Saunders Derek Neel Chris Eggleston Paul Dowdy Andi Burns Yvonne Stephanic Galford Joshua Lephew Susan Clarkson Amanda Elmore Jackie Spellman Christina NicholasDerek Staten Travis Feury Sherri Boggs Jeff WIt Samantha Porterfleld Jesslca Lewis Joseph Echols Carley Franklin Angle Trent Georgia Staten Heather Walton Roberts Wallace Debbie Osborne Amanda Elmore Kirsten Hill Benj Dunbar Beth Surface Lori Boggs Dennis Miller Jennife Misty Ripley MicheIl Grade 1 Jennifer Rider Jason Evans Lewis Klncald David Wlckline Shawn Carter Jason Thomas Grade 8 Tonla( Crystal Adwell Jere~ v Schulrud Susan Hill Ashley Kountz Grade 9 Jesse Crislip Amy Brown Jason 1 Carrie Boggs McR ~te Capaldo Lisa Layman Jo Ann Cathcart Grade 1 Crystal Davy Grade 6 Doug Canterbury Sherry Jesstca Flack Grade 5 Patrick Thomas Rachel Dixon Brandon Flack Roger Kincaid damie Crislip Melanie Dransfield JoAnn~ Justin Clover Grade 3 Mandy Bustle Genie Surgeon Anthony Ford Timmy Hoke Carolyn Waddell Nikkl Dunbar Klf Hancock Dallas I Lanell Hefner Abigail Bumopp Dustin Bragg Julie Smith Tara Schulrud Amanda Elmore Jackie Spellman ~ris Scan Hlnlde Amanda Boggs Daniel Cllver Grade 7 Crystal Surface Heldl Jackson Anna Chasnoff Terry Dempsey Micah Allen Kelly Vance Grade 4 Darren Griffith David Bustle Dan Purdy Arielle Cohen Paul Dowdy Brian Ward Kojak Wilde Grade 2 Julte Bostic Alicla Hylton Kllola Waddy Sh Tara Schulrud Chris tGast Angle Ehnore Jason Wilson Jenny Wylie Sherri Clarkson Steven Baker Lewis Kincaid Betsy Smith Ko Kevin Surface James PorterfleldCathy Hoke April Adams Rhonda Winebrimmer Laura Taylor JoAnn Humphreys Kristi Honaker Sherrl Boggs Mike Dunbar Gap Mills Schools Carrie Ward Kelly SurFace Meresa HutchlsonAnna Brown Steven Spencer Lori Boggs Tenessa Marsh Lisa Dixon Shawn Thomas Academic Letter List Grade 2 Shawn Carter "lYavis McDowellTammy Callbrd Sherry Porterfield Sherri Clarkson April Adkins Dennis Miller Shelia Clover Shannon Glover Casey Elmore Carolyn Waddell Aaron Mullens Andy H!gginbotham Mlchelle Ellis Deborah Ferguson Crystal Davy Brandee Mullens Margle Miller Jenlfer Dillon Sabrlna Hlnkley Jason Dowdy Misty Ripley Misty Myers Missy Allen Andrea Hoke Jesse Crislip Jason Thomas Jeannle Parker Yvonne Bailey Jeffery Hoke Roger Klncald Susie Compton Heather Vance Phllllp Jones Gary Bland Kelly Boggs Roberta Wallace Amanda Kesslnger Holly Dunbar Aaron Bustle Jesslca Dunbar Molly Simpson Chris Eggleston Ktm Helner Joseph Dunbar East Choir Enters State Festival Retired School Employees Meet Natasha McCutcheon Snow Queen Renlck's candidate for Snow Queen is Natasha McCutcheon. With three concerts already sung by the Greenbrier East High School Concert Choir, they will now turn to the fourteenth annual High School Choral Fes- tival at Fairmont State College (FSC) December 2 and 3. Sponsored by the music de- partment at FSC, the festival will feature the East choral group Sunday, December 2, in Cole- bank Auditorium where they wlll ii perform selections by Bach, Handel, Britten and Rutter. The East Choir will again sing on Monday evening, December 3, along with all other high school groups participating in the festi- val. Guest conductor for the Fes- tival Choir will be Doctor Joseph Line. director of Choral Activities at Marshall University and for- mer conductor for the FSC Festi- val. He Is a festival coSrdlnator and conductor with Arts Devel- She is the daughter of Darrell opment of Princeton. New der- and Lois McCutcheon ofRentck, ~ s~y, ~ ................ All money raised by the candi-Having opened their perform- dates goes toward the purchaseance season November 1 1, the The Retired School Employees will meet at the Lewisburg Meth- odist Church at 10:30 a.m. De- cember 1 to hear reports re- garding the latest developments in the Public Employee Insur- ance Agency (PEIA) and In par- titular the premium assess- ments on retirees. Doctor John Montgomery will give an analysis of the recent meeting of several hundred con- cerned persons who met with the Finance Board of the PEIA in Beckley recently to protect pro- posals to off-set the deficit of the Agency. Sally Richardson, Director of the Agency, will attend the De- cember 1 meeting and will pres- ent the final decisions of the Board giving the actual amount of premiums the retirees will be required to pay for their insur- ance coverage. Lo~ Legislators, Senator J. of toys, candy and fruit put in stockings that are passed out on Christmas Eve. This annual event Is sponsored by the Ron- ceverte Volunteer Fire Depart- ment. To raise money for this cause. Natasha is hosting a spaghetti dinner December I at the Renick Fire House from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Cost of the dinner will be $3.75 for adults and children 10 and under. $2. D. Brackenrlch, Delegates Jim Rowe and Bill Wallace have been Concert Choir of Greenbrier East invited to the meeting to hear has presented a patriotic and the Legislative proposals of the seasonal concert at the At- Association as well as to give leghany Highlands Council, their reactions to the proposals. 8689 Knights of Columbus Golf Representatives of city and Tournament Banquet. the an- county government are invited to nual Christmas Bazaar of the attend the meeting since their Williamsburg Junior High School employees are also being as- Music Boosters. and the open sessed by the Finance Board's house of the Lewlsburg Mer- proposal. chants group. Teresa Bryant "Among other proposals of the directs the choir. Finance Board. is one to place the Retirees in the same cate- Grade 2 Grade 3 Susan Clarkson Grade 6 Sherri Clarkson Abigail Burnopp Joseph Echols Jason Arthur Andy Aaron Dowdy Amanda Boggs Amanda Elmore Peggy Bustle Jeannle Casey Elmore Anna Chasnoff Jason Evans Jessica Chasnoff Deborah Ferguson Arielle Cohen Susan Hill Amanda Elmore Joe Sabrina Hinkley Chris Kast Tommy Dunbar Carley Franklin Andre Hoke James Porterfield Kirsten Hill Grade 8 Amanda Kessinger John Humphreys Grade 5 Alicia Hylton David Molly Simpson Kelly Surface Kelly Boggs Ashley Kountz Becky Taylor Lori Boggs Aaron Bostic Lisa Layman denr Tamara Trent Shawn Carter Kim Hefner Joey Palmer Russell Weitde Holly Dunbar Daniel Pickeles Lori Porterfield Christina Michael Adwell Chris Eggleston Philip Wlcldlne Chris Ratliff Dou Ernie Atlons Mack Jones David Zacher Genie Surgeon Melissa Boggs Stacey Lucas Dustln Bragg Patrick Thomas Alicia McKenzle Capaldo Nlcole McDowell Daniel Cllver Stuart Woods Stephanie Echols Tlmmy Neel Terry Dempsey Judy Wilson Grade 9 Robert Elmore Derek Staten Paul Dowdy Randy WaddeU JoAnn deremy G~ford Angle Elmore Grade 4 Kathy Hoke Brandi Harry Eric Hazelwood Jason Hoke Joshua Lephew Debbie Osborne Jennifer Rider Mary Dameron Rose Purdy Daniel Hinkley Andi Karnes Shawn Ballard Junior Compton Steven Baker Krlsti Honaker Meresa Hutchison Dennis Miller Aaron Mullens Brandee Mullens Misty Ripley Grade 7 Roberta Wallace April Adams Anna Brown Andl Barns Lisa Dixon Joey Dunbar Julie Jenny Education Week Observed At Local School Students at Greenbrier East High School were involved in the school's observance of American Education Week. The Student Council hosted a reception honoring the school's faculty and staff November 15 with individual students writing letters of appreciation to current and former students during their English classes that day. November 16 "students as dents and encouraged good study habits. Participating stu- dents included Stephanie Baker, Tim Carter, Susan Coleman. Robert Hefner, Shelll Ervin. David Brooks. Michelle Gay. Jimmy Bennett, Beverly Ellis. Sarah Flippin, Katherine Glover. Carrie Chflders, Mellssa Kelley, Rebecca Baum. Jennifer Clin- ebell, Angel Plotouskl and David Shay. teachers" day was observed with Other activltes during the students taking on the responsi- ' week at ~reenbrier East in- bilitles of administration, faculty eluded an assembly featuring and staff for the day. The Student Action for Edu- cation {SAFE) organization vis- ited the classrooms of Roncev- erte Elementary School where they taught songs, games and told stories to the younger stu- the last Medal of Honor Winner, Partnership Day which featured The Greenbrier Hotel assisting the East staff with a special lunch and a "multi-media" pres- entation by Ashland Oll Com- pany on West Virginia. Renick Junior High School Honor Roll " A" Tracy Wykle Grade 9 CARVED CHINESE Chinese furniture made to be arranged room, and it was right angles to a consisting of a table each side was often units were combined were needed. A table, either food or placed next to each furniture forms those used in differences in their proportion. Chinese furniture America and of the 19th century. patterned after Victorian pieces, elaborate carvings popular. Chinese arms, and those used by men.-The that had arms were had low, deep The dining tables round and not diners had to be gory as WVEA members and to Susan Reynolds Jimmy Allder place them entirely under thePaula Van Reenen Grade 8 Connie Clevenger in the center of the d| I Ut R*R BBIT ** * * * Amy Yates Hot Dog Dolan Sara Hamrick furniture was made ~ I Finance Board Instead of being Tony Frazer Alice Ann Hanna Burma. The ornat~ under the Legislature as is now"B" Crystal Goddard Julie Hanna remained popular ul1 k_ CHILD DEVELOPMENTCENTER, INC..j the case., Beatrice Harvey, presl- Grade 7 Becky Goins Gina Hanna dent of the retired employees Kassle Boone Drew Hudglns Annie Hoover Therel900s haswhenbeenit newWent~ A-,~II~ ~~ "More Than Justs Day C?re" 3 said. Stacy Goddard Cedar McKay Cindy Johnson est since the 1980s. ~ Doug Johnston Lori O'Brlen Tena Sheets are again being mad eJ j[d, DAYCARE &PRESCHOOL _") "Every retiree should attendJames Morgan Robble Pace, Travis Renick _F WATCH FOR GRAND -x3 this meeting. Unless you come, Tim Lane Tracy Wykle Aaron Shields sale in America and 1~ you cannot complain about what Jamie Lockhart Michael Johnston Billy Thomas "* * * . OPENING SOON! ~ happens to your insurance coy_ Mark Loftus Lelgh Ann Spencer Andrew Workman l~itQ6e]/2~de~il~~i~ I~gs 'W.V. erage," Mrs Harvey said. Carrie Thomas 24986 304-536-4260 ,4 Refreshments will be served ~, No~ two-foot-long roct ~|he [ Ages 2-12 Hours: 6.'30 AM - 6:00 PM ] prior to the meeting. All retirees IFYOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT MATERIAL FOR PUBLICATION: wJ one end of the , . ~ and other interested persons are Articles submitted to The Mountam Messenger should be type- airplane with a pll~_ "i.4at~'~uI1e urged to attend, written or clearly written in order to be considered for publication, other end ia a a~7 Please include your name and a telephone number where you key in the airpilme ~,~ ar ) (~/ airships fly in de~?rtg '. " . may be reached during business hours. ' ~~~']la~~~n" ~-- The Mountain Messenger reserves the right to edit any material .~)l~[~/l/~ T/~ and regrets articles cannot be returned. (~ Letters to the editor must include a full signature and address. A. Toy makers ..~tRalne If you would like a photograph returned, please provide a self fantasy in their pro~J~i['Vlllte l addressed, stamped envelope. Bird Flyer" was a l~ff~ quiz companies made had a "Dare Devil r~l "" plane on that toy dl~][fl " flying. The airship ~::~ the first transatlantic, exploded. 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