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4 Te Glenile Democrat/ Pathfinder April 28, 1977 - .... Board makes personnel The Gilmer County Board of Education dealt with some personnel matters during their meeting April 19. The board accepted the resigna- tions of Dianna L. Messenger, a biology teacher at Gilmer County High School and Brenda McCartney, fifth grade teacher and coach at Sand Fork. The board also established a list of teachers and other employees to he considered for transfer next year. The list include: David Barnes, Rex Hardman, William Jones, Kent Kennedy, Clyde Stepp, Susan Corn- stock. Pamela Butcher and Doyle Heckert. The board also approved the following trip requests.: The Gilmer County Special Education program requested the use of three buses and drivers to transport Special Education students to and from the Glenville State College football field for the Gilmer-Calhoun Special decisions -- - ..... --- Olympics meet Thursday, April 28. Jessie Chuey requested absence from duties to attend a Title IV-C meeting at Oglebay Park, May 5-6. Helen Norman, Jessie Chuev and Rosemary Williams requested to be absent from duties in order to attend the W.Va. Personnel and Guidance Association meeting at Cedar Lakes, May 13-14. Normantown Junior High request- ed permission to use a bus to attend the county track meet in Troy on April 30. Gilmer County High requested permission to use two buses to take band members to the All Area State Band Festival in Clarksburg May 6 and 7. David Barnes and William Piercy requested the use of buses to take the senior class on their senior trip to Kennywood Park in Pittsburg, Pa. Superintendent of Schools Ron Welty also informed the board that the Gilmer-Calhoun Career Center had recently received accreditation from the North Central Accrediting Asso- ciaLion. Windon in manuevers Army Sergent Wilbor T. Windon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Colman Windon of Coxs Mills recently participated in the Army Trainging andevaluation Pro- gram at the Hohenfels Army Training Center, Germany. Sgt. Windon is an assistant motor sergeant in Company C, 1st Battalion, 52nd Infantry of the 1st Armored Division in Bamberg. Germany. The 1958 graduate of Burnsville High School entered the Army in May 1964.. His wife. Lola, is with him in Germany. Career Center gives Civil Service tests The Calhoun-Gilmer Center was recently approved as an official agency to administer State Civil Service Examinations. On Saturday, April 16, the first tests were taken under the direction of Mrs. Cheryl McCallister, Instructor in the Office Occupations Lab at the Center. Eight persons took the written tests while seven took performance tests in typing, and/or stenography. Those persons qualifying by this means are eligible for state government jobs requiring a Civil Service Examination. The test is administered in the spring of each year, at various locations througout the state. Testing locations are determined by the number of applicants within a pre-determined area. Citizens of Tom Daniel 3olin Wilfong, 4, is the Gabriel Heller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry the son of Dr. Wilfong of Rt. 1 Box 19, Thomas Heller, Glenville. St., Glenville. Three chairs is big business as far as we're concerned. Callum McGough, 201/2 months, is the son of Geraldine McGough of Stouts Mill. Michael ,son of Mr. and Luzader of StoutS + ;z. * ,if" You don't have to be another General Motors or U.$. Steel to sign up your employees for a Blue Crose and Blue Shield group plan. You can do it with as few as three. With our group plans, you can pick almost any !I style you want. Without trimming the coverage. A [ 1"ills Blue Cross and Blue Shield plan gives them the best group service you can buy. [ B..i ........ With our group plans, you get built-in short [ Addr ...... cuts. 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Straignt Fom Your Power Company : Ooe m a series of straight m5 truthful answers tO g%si;,s sked by our Customers. Answering is Ksrmit God- wi++, Codes and AIIplica- ti(ms Specialist. How would more insulation cut my cost of electricity? ANSWER: One of the biggest wastes of energy, costly one, is the transfer of heat wails, ceilings and floors. Outward in inward in summer. Proper'insulation will reduce heating btl substantially, and heating usually for about half the total cost of ener your home. Circulating fans or pumps on furnaces operated by electricity. Consequentl) ardiess of the heating fuel used, more tation will help reduce your electric bill. If you have air conditioning, insulation help cut your cost of energy during months, too. Insulating the whole house offers maximum savings. But a good place to is the attic because it's relatively easY insulate. How Much Insulation? When buying insulation, be sure to the "R-factor." 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