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2A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 6, 1990 intain Penny.. , essenger Continued From Page 1-A la IFIEDS CALL TODAY! 647-5724 The cheapest widely distributed classifieds in town -- aword When Accompanied by payment. ($2.25 minimum) a word If billed ($3.00 minimum For I~ er~or&ee |d please type or point plainly DEADLINE: 9 AM FRIDAY 122 North Court Street, Lewisburg, WV 24901 Spicer said. "Going into the home and seeing some of tile trelllt:ndotls needs is not easy'. f]ut when we lake the boxes to the homes, with lhe kids swarm trig arolmd to see what's inside-- that's the rewarding part." "The real heroes in all tills are the daycees and Rotarians," he continued. "They get involved in all this at a lime of the year when tamily lile is espemally im- portant. They care enough to drive thousands of miles and spend hundreds of hours be- cause they care about the chil- dren of our conlmunily." Mr Spicer speaks of the moti- vation he sees as vital in helping less dortunale families: "You can go aboul our own life and forget about Ihese people--by doing so, however, you give your consent to ihe way things are--families nol having enough at Christmas. The questiou you must ask is 'Do 1 let that happen, or do I do something about it?'" Jesus is Lord! Join us in celebrating our Savior... * Sunday, December 9, 6:30 p,m. Sanctuary Choir Cantata: "Meet Him at the Manger" *Sunday, December 23, 6:30 p.m. Children's Musical: "The Littlest Christmas Tree* CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE A "lions' and lambs' community" 610 West Main Street in Ronceverte One block east el the library Rev. David C. Harris, pastor WE LOVE VISITORS! DIRECT FROM THE NORTH POLE... Dogwood Tree Dedicated In Memory Of Mrs W. W. Caldwell Members of the Lewisburg House and Garden Club and friends met on the grounds of the Greenbrier County Library November 16 to plant a pink dogwood tree as a memorial for Mrs W. W. Caldwell. When the tree was set, a Dedication Service was held. Everyone joined in reading the West Virginia Garden Club Collect written by Mrs Percy Gillis of Biuefield, a past state president. Those attending the dedication included Mrs R. N. Vaughn (left), Mrs Henry McClung, Edward Yarid, Mrs Robert Jeffries, Mrs Herbert Pope, Mrs Don Nickell, Mrs C. F. Friedman, Mrs George Patterson, Mrs Paul Greer, Mrs L. W. Strader, Mrs Roy Jones, Mrs V. V. DeOIIoqui. New News Is Good News * Poinsettias for the Holiday * Teleflora wire service featuring * Holiday Treasure Bouquet * Christmas Classic Hurricane Bouquet Union WV. 772-3077 III 'The Carnegie Column Information prepared by CarneDe Hall Stall aad presented as a pubhc nervice by the" Mou,'dain Messenger, your community newspalYzr Do not wait . . . to see the magnificent Christmas decora- tions in the Hall this year! The lobby has been transformed through the creative genius of Donna Stoner of the Old White Garden Club. The beautiful wreaths and trees provided by the Bluebell, Lewisburg House and Garden, Savannah and Val- ley Trails Garden Clubs add so nmch to the holidays. Our most spirited and sincere thanks to all who helped and to Charlie Kap- tis at Fairlea Produce. Speaking of the holidays . . . this year, we hope you'll be giv- hag gifts that last. Two great ex- amples: season tickets to Carne- gie t-/ali's 1991 Winter/Spring Perlbrmance Series or a class at the Hall. Gift certificates are available lbr both of these excit- ing possibilities (or for individual events as well). You still have plenty of time to call our office (645-7917} to make all arrange- ments! Our 1990 Annual Member- ship Meeting was held last Wednesday evening. For those who missed it. here are some of the high points: We're pleased to announce the appointment of the following new directors to our Board: Dr. Olen Jones. President of WVSOM; Mrs Gail Wagaman, Comptroller. ADD; Mrs Sue Ella Miano of Roncev- erle, and Mrs Diane Browning, Women and Employment Ine.: we now have a total of 443 fami- lies on the' rolls: we've raised more than $180,000 in the last twelve months; the roof will be completed by the end of the year (barring especially poor weather): plans are in the works lbr exciting changes in program- ruing and renovating in the year ahead. The future looks very bright--we hope you will join us in 1991 as we grow forward! Open House At Alderson Library Alderson Public Library Friends will sponsor an Open House Friday, December 7, im- mediately following the Alderson Christmas Parade. The Parade begins at 6 p.m. The Open House will be held at the Library until 7:30 p.m. II FRAMES CUSTOM ORDERS: LIMITED EDITION o t LITHOGRAPHS & SERIGRAPHS 106 E. Washington St., Lewisburg, WV - 645-6405 Ann Potterfield has terrific job this year volunteers lot picnics to performances. retiring from her positi rector of Volunleers and we are seeking a tor to take over these bilities. The new a part time paid interested in learning about it, please contact lice (645-7917) for a job description. be accepted until 1991. The Greenbrier East Choir. directed by Bryant. will perform at Hall, Sunday. December p.m. Everyone is invited is no admission charge, The winter schedule of is now available. ballroom dancing, face overs, herb applications, esoteric healing, weaving, yoga and and children are tleipate. Call the office, 645-7917 for information. The winter begins in mid-January. We have just learned Mid Atlantic Arts FoUr (MAAF) selected one of 12 I Mid-Atlantic Rural gram. Over the next siX MAAF will be presenting organizations attention on issues cerns raised by these tions. We are extremely to have been chosen to West Virginia and feel ticipation in this forU# very beneficial to our tional and professional the future. Take time to enjoy son!! Oops! In the November 29 Mountain Messenger: vertantly omitted name from the list of East's Perfect AttendanCe" A news release from Virginia Department tion and the Arts ture and History tion The Cultural cated in Charleston on Capitol grounds. E. DEACON ORTHOPEDIC (~rey WV WILLBE AT 9,16 & 23 BEING'fOUR OWN cAmErA FREE HELIUM-FILLED CHRISTMAS BALLOONS --PLUS A SPECIAL TREAT FOR ALL THE KIDS! / / RED OAKS SHOPPING CENTER FAIRLEA CEDARCHEST "" ' STARTING AT $499 CHAIR RECLINER STARTING AT $299 OTHERS S~..T,.G~"E'" I OE.T,F,O.TESl~0, $179 TWIN SET [ BAGS I 12 Seneca Trail, Fairlea, WV. 24902 645-3464