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BROOKE COUNTY REVIEW 1 thursday,-ugust 6, 1998 PAGE 8 ! At the Library'0000, NON-FICTiON FIRST-TIME MOTHERS, LAST-CHANCE BABIES: Parenting at 35+ - By Madelyn Cain. The author discusses the following issues: medical side; emotional side: practical side; mother's side; and the spiritual side of motherhood. The book is based on Cain's own experiences and a survey of older mothers. Poignant, insightful,- humorous and informa've, the book is essential in conquering the frontier of motherhood after thirty-five. GIFTS: Two Hospice Professionals Reveal Messages From Those Passing On - By Anne Wallace Sharp and Susan Handle Terbay. A moving compdation of inspiring, revealing stories bv hospice professionals who offer a new vision of death and who witness death on a regular basis. The authors discuss the topics of faith, acceptance, love, eternity, humor, wisdom, and courage. :60 SECOND STRESS MANAGEMENT: The Quickest Way To Relax and Ease Anxiety - By Dr. Andrew Goliszek. The author offers helpful suggestions on how to recognize your own stress symptoms; change your stressful behavior patterns; utilize 60 second stress management techniques: and initiate methods of relaxation. Dr. Goliszek regularly conducts stress management workshops for corporations and individuals. VCR TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR - Bv Gregory R. Capelo and Robert C. Brenner. Includes step-by-step details to maximize pertormance; how to avoid breakdowns: and covers stereo (MTS/MCS), Super VHS, H-VS. and barcode programming. FICTION HEARTFIRE: •Fhe Tales of ,Alvin Maker - By' Orson Scott Card. Using the tolk magic of the men and women who settled the North American Continent, the author has created an alternate world in which magic really works. A "Torch" can read the heart of anyone. Peggy Guester is a Torch and is able to see the fire burning in each person's heart. A story of a magical frontier American. POINT OF ORIGIN - By Patricia Cornwell. A gripping story that transcends the genre to examine the dark side of the human soul. A new Scarpetta novel that pits Virginia's chief medical examiner against an audacious killer who uses fire to mask his crimes. Throughout the book, there is a fierce commitment to justice• UNSPEAKABLE - By Sandra Brown. Anna Corbett had been widowed right before her son was born. Beset by debt and personal tragedy, she faces the toughest challe/tge of her life--bolding on to the ranch that is her son's birthright and unaware that she is at the center of a vengeful plan. Bluegrass Show Slated For Jamboree August 8 Jamboree USA has selected August 8th for their second "Bluegrass Saturday Night" show of this year at the Capitol Music Hall, Bluegrass fans can enjoy this traditional bluegrass show with special ests: Northwest harmonies that are synonymous with the bluegrass style. So if you're looking for some fun, good music, and great entertainment, join us this Saturday:: ..night, August 8, at 7 p.m. at the.. Capitol Music Hall. +. :,• % j,: ,//ii! . , ..... • . . c ,.H. : Wellsbllrg ]-] igh Class of '48 Holds 50th Reunion Wellsburg High Class of 1948 recently held their 50th Reunion. Faculty guests included: Bernice Gist, Henrietta Watson, Marion Catherine Smith and Carolyn Harvey Elliot and her husband from Florida. FIRST ROW (I-r) are Dick Johnson, Jean Barnes Kirchner, George, Emma Ferda Bullock, Helen Sims Vogel, Lucy Churchman Ryan, Bob Trulove, Homer Henthorn, Don Carman, B. W• SECOND Bessie Stewart Smith, Mary Hoffman McLaughlin, Tom Shriner, Jo Ann Deuley Leonard, Kaye Richey, Jim Thomson, Hilda Randolph and Marilyn Mackey McCord. THIRD ROW, Marlene Kovach Smith, Norma Hukill Baker, Lorraine Denbow Funkhouser, Dorothy Hess Elsie Kotch Lang Irene Kotch Whitehead, Bill Whiteman, Anne Fedak Eaton, Carolyn Williams Fox, Wilma Fornari Vargo, Fred Brown, Tzanakis, and Jay Mulhollen. FORTH ROW Charlotte Deuley Lohr, Catherine Misch Donley, Stella Tzanakis Kapsis, Ruth Davis Fiber Atwell, Norma Lee Smith Weaver, Bill Postlethwait, Iona Starcher McCulloch, Dorothy Murphy Cook, Pat Pyle Moncman, and Sam FIFTH ROW Joanne Wilson East, Millie Morgan Atwell, Tom Atwell, Elrita Blankensop Lazear, Martha Gilchrist Hanes, Vaughn Hank Rithner, and Vincent Staffileno. SIXTH ROW Jim Harvey, George Gundling, Bill Potter, Leonard Coleman, Lou Melchori, and Conaway. Rebekah Lodge Meeting Held In Colliers The Naomi Rebekah Lodge #42 met at the Oddfellows Lodge in Colliers with Marilyn Tallman, noble grand, presiding. Ms. Tallmml and Myrtle Thompson "were the hostesses. There were refreshments served following the business meeting, and Mildred Richter won an angel pin from the hostesses• The Homecoming in Elkins is set for September 6, 1998. All Rebekahs, Odd Fellows, family, and friends are invited for the picnic. More information will be "given at a later date. Members will be selling Lickcts for a 'Pouting Baby'. at a' $I.UU cacll, hie drawing vlll be Mary Belle Hoover won the 50/50 drawing• Dorothy Masters did a reading called "Donkey Race Track". Members reported on the cards, telephone calls, and visits to ,,he sick and shut-ins. Ms. Tallman announced new committees. They are as follows: Trustees: Myrtle Thompson, Karen Welsh, and Judy Welsh. Degree Work: Joan Moore. Finance: Sarah Forester, Dorothy Masters, Evelyn Koontz. Ways & Means: Carolyn Fowler, Karen Welsh, Janie Deulley. Telephone: Myrtle Thompson, Dorothy Masters, Mary Belle Hoover. Legislative Verna Tart, Myrtle Thompson, Hope Daugherty. Publicity is Mildred Richter. Scrapbook is Carolyn Fowler, Joan Moore. Gifts is Forrestine Weigmam, Arlene Smith, Clondel Barkley. Programs, Cards, and Guestbook: Myrtle Thompson. Hospitality: Marilyn Tallman. Cleaning: Marilyn Tallman, Myrtle Thompson. Membership, Cards, Visiting, and Lunch Committee includes all members. The next meeting will be August 10th with Sarah and Dorothy Marers as =lie If you haven't got an: nice to say about come sit next to me. malice Roosevelt Lot To Subscribe to the I Brooke Review Call: 737-0946 'Terntor3', Gloria Belle ant 'Tennessee Sunshine and Tom ;Ban. Tickets for the 7 p.m. .performance are available at the Capitol Music Hall box office for $10.00. All major credit cards are accepted and tickets can be charged by phone at 304-234-0050 or 800- 624-5456. The two-hour show will feature traditional bluegrass ballads, fiddle tunes and old-time mountain music. Bluegrass music is a lot of fun and you just can't help but clap your hands and tap your toes to the upbeat fiddle and banjo tunes and three -part Salonica Enters Active Duty Tract Salonica of Weirton recently entered active duty with the United States Air Force• Tract, a 1998 graduate of Weir High School is attending Air Force Basic Training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. According to TSGT (Sel) Fred Conkle, the local Air Force recruiter, Tract will earn credits toward an associate degree in Applied Sciences through the. community college of the Air Force. General Registration -All Campuses- Sat, Aug 8 .......... 8:30am-4:3Opm Thu, Aug 13... 10:00am-6:30pm Tue, Aug 11 .... 10:00am-6:3Opm Fri, Aug 14 ..... 9:30 am-5:00pm Wed, Aug 12 ..... 9:30am-5:O0pm Sat, Aug 15 ....... 8:30am-4:30pm Extended Eveninq Hours for Re qistration/Payment Tue, Aug 11 andThu, Aug 13: 10:00am - 6:30pm Let us tailor a commercial insurance policy to meet the unfue . needs of your company...with Busin Insurance By Motorists.. Motoiists insurance Co/npanies. A company you know. A company you can depend on to meet all .your insurance needs. Craig M. Fetici Ins. Inc. 11/ - 834 Main Street Follansbee, WV 26037 Phone 527-2411 Coming up next week on Jamboree USA will be Tracy Lawrence on August 15, followed by Jambore€ USA's "Salutes The Movies" on the 22nd and Billy. 3rash Craddock, August 29, 1998. Senior Citizens Protect Your Smile The Greater Weirton Senior Citizen's Center is hosting Dr. Sucheta Luthra, D.D.S. on Wednesday, August 12, 1998 at 12:00 noon. Dr. Luthra will be speaking about "preserving our smiles'. During the month of .August, we will celebrate national smile week• It is important that seniors protect their gums and teeth. Anyone 55 years or older is invited to this program at the 3539. Main Street location• .in December. Ms. Tallman thanked everyone for bringing the supplies ffor the Veterans' Home, she said she would deliver them. Happy 50th Birthday Dave Frey! ) This will prove you are indeed our older brother. August 4, 1998 you will be 50 years on earth. The world is a better place because of you and we are better people for laavmg you pave the way before us. May all your tomorrows bring you good health and happiness. God be with you always. Love and prayers Your brothers and sisters Is Your Credit Down & Out?... 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Students should consult the catalog of the institution to which they expect to transfer and select appropriate courses in consultation with their advisors or the admissions office of the transfer institution. Continuing Education - Flexible course design and scheduling to meet specialized needs of business, industry, and public agencies with uniquely tailored programs, and community education courses are developed for personal and professional growth. Distance Education Opportunities Available Call Your Local Campus For A Schedule W00oStV.,lrg im'a rttlern COMMUNITY COLLEGE Weirt0n Campus New Martinsvllle Campus Wheeling Campus 150 Park Avenue 141 Main Street 1704 Market Street 304.723-2210 304-455.4684 304-233-5900