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N &VI The Glenville Democrat/PMhflnder 9 Linda Jarvis wins second place 'H GRADE (Photo ,qV t} ; winners at the Tanner by Susan McCartney) 1 1 7 named to honor roll ,ty-five make ) Twenty five Giimer County High School students posted straight "A" marks to lead the third nine weeks honor roll at the local high school according to GCHS Prin- cipal William Piercy. Twelve (3.80) Joey Estanich, Mark Harry, Steve Marsh, Donna Smith and Terri Woodyard; (3.66) Rick Smith and Lesa Townsend; (3.60) Steve Carney, Connie Davidson, Robin Cower and Gerald White; (3.50) seniors, five juniors, seven Mark Spaur; (3.40) Donna Bumgard- sophomores and a single freshmanner, Susie Crouch and Pat Roberts; made up the select list of those(3.33) Deana Burke, Idris Cunn- earning perfect (4.0) grade point ingham, and Jimmy Meadows and averages. Seniors named included: (3.25) Jimmy Fitzwater and Martha Richard Beall, Jennifer Brady, Hickman. Becky Coberly, Jeff Cower, DebraSophomores named to the Hinzman, Connie L. Lowther, Pam regular honors list were: (3.80) School Language White and Kent Woofter. Juniors were: Becky Beali, Dottle Miller, Sherrle McPherson, David Scott and Larry Skidmore. Sophomores leading the list were Gene Bell, An- dy Bertaford, Scott Carney, Judy Chtsler, Sandi Gainer, Shed Gainer and Brenda Roberts. The lone freshman was Patty Billips. Other seniors named to the honor roll were: (3.83) Glenda Brown, Sheila Cottrill and Norbert Jedamski; (3.80) Patty Kirchberg and Debbie Marks; (3.75) Kara Minigh, Sue Ann Reed, Terry GregDotlenger, JennaFlack, Greta Robinson, Peggy Runyon, Patty Frame and JoAnn Freshour; (3.75) Robert Bailey, Jim Hatton, Tim Moore and Rob Norman; (3.66) Tina Robinson; (3.60) Kim Beckett, Kim Cain, Renita Emerson and Jodi Now; (3.50) Jerry Chapman, John Cole, Faith Harder and Brett Turner; (3.40) Dienna Gainer and Marcia Nufher; (3.33) Wendy Rollyson and (3.23) Jill Ellern, Jim Stout, Peggy Phillips and Mike Reaser. Other freshman named were (3.80) Roberta Beall and Sandy Linda Jsrvis Moyers; (3.75) James Jones, Kelly Greenlief, Lois Miller, Rusty Miller, Robin Montgomery, Shelly Tallhamer and John Woodford; Morris, Tammy Stalnaker, Richard Linda Jarvis of Chloe won se- held later this summer in New (3.66) Tammy Robinson, Kathy White and Toni Williams; (3.60) cond place state honors for typing Orleans. "'r" White and Bonita Williams; (3.60) Todd Bailey, Ricahrd Edman, Kim skills at the 25th Annual State The daughter of_Mr" a,n;nior Brad McPherson and Diana Smith; Evans, Bryan Groves and ChristineFBLA Leadership Conference and Charles Jarvis, Lmoa ==Office (3.50) Cindi Stewart and WendellMinney; (3.50) Eric Chico, Danny Competitive Events held April 28 at student in the Business and Tomblin; (3.40) Jeff Furr; (3.33) Minney, Danny Simmons and Pam Glenville State College. This event Lab at the C, athoun-Gilmer L;areer Dawn Hinzman and Heather Thrasher; (3.40) Layne Reed; (3.33) is open each year to all business Center and is currently serving the Wilson and (3.25) Dan Chapman William Ellern, Alicia Furr and students throughout West Virginia FBLA Chapter of the Career Center and Wayne Jenkins. Charlene Vanhorn and (3.25) Mark who are enrolled tn FBLA (Futureas vice.president. . - er ro m . ! Juniors also making the honor Bailey Marilyn Frame and Tony Business Leaders of America). Larry Skidmore, ano ( ,,,,, :}I.GHTH GRADE winners in the Language Arts Field roll were: (3.83) Donna Tinney; Hamr-ic. - - Linda recently placed first in typ- student at the Career y_e =vo in ,-.._Y USan McCartney) . n I ce Sand Fork students take trip to Charleston ing competition on thestateregional com;aniedtended the conferencethe!r level at Marshall University, which dele,,ate The students w ,o , ne e d Day.was place Ethan Russell; seco d p a , entitled her to enter the com- by petition. State winners then com- sponsors, Foster Keroy=-u -, '2''Y. bcnl Micah Russell; third place, BuddyThe Special Reading group at Sand Fork area businesses. Those pete on the national level to be McCallister. .:.:.:.:: ::::: :i:i ce.-' r rst, se- Ferguson, Clarissa Grogg, Chris Sand Fork Elementary School contributing were R.A. Darnall, fpw,nners were Weaver and Cindy Radcliff. The made a trip to Charleston on Fri- Karen, and Wilburt Shackleford, .............. :.:.:.:.:.: :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:....... ........ games, overall winners was Ethan Russell day, May 4. The group consisted of Jones Store, Pacific States Oil and games were: and he received the $5.00 gift cer- an. Russell;tificate to the Town Bookstoreand19 first,19 seventhSecndandandeighththird graders,graders CommunityGaS' SkinnerMarket.and Son, and the:.!!!i!!i! ig .4an-In;third also, the fifth grade won the and were chaperoned by Mrs. This trip to Charleston was a We Have st-" ,BOGGLE. $100,000 Pyramid game and eachDorothy Rhoades and Joe Motto.reward for the harQ,,work the G,ft" for Mothers .... ,. ason; se- received a $100,000 candy bar. The group visited the airport, the students did on the recent reading " -adcliff,Ferguson;Mike BeulahMrS" Fisher,Rob,nson,TonYAnnabe,,Russe,,, !ii Sunday, May.13, 1979 Ul dY Capitol, the Culture Centerand the project. On the average, each first, iiiil acUSSe!I. WORD Gillespie, Ann Gerstner, Mary Ellen Governor s Mansion. second and third grader learned 52 The students had a special treatnew words with the help of the ,Jeannett Chapman, Gall Hamric, Dave Jaf- at McDonalds provided by the seventh and eighth grade students, iiili .,,P',ace, Steve fre, Mrs. Doris White, Dr. Barbara flowers We also have artificial '~' L aon p Byrd Tedford, Don Phillips, Miss a Sand Fork readers ON.fireD'n.sOn.Virginia West, Peggy Bennett and I Glenville reading I check out books ii iiii for sec- . p,ace, Tanya Barker, assisted in conduc- rd na.. place,tion the days activities. I XliC'=Jfo I;l r r,, II The fifth and sixth Remedial iiiiiil MEMORIAL DAY P'am I I Reading students at Sand Fork iiil FRA The Title-l--re-ading stIJ-clents of Elementary School made a visit to ;D game was Glenville Elementary School, a the new Gilmer Public Library on &l s and w'-- B cycle safety program ,-hers total of 42, visited the GilmerWednesday, May 2. The students John Freshour "le school Public Library on Monday, Tues-filled out library cards and signed )lace, Bil- atGlenvII day, Wednesday and Thursday of out several books. The purpose of !ndricks; last week. The students filled out the trip was to familiarize the iiii!!ii Glenville, WV ers and library cards and checked out students with the facility. rst A bicycle safety program was in-books. Those making the trip were .... second i tiatedattheGlenvilleElementaryThe purposeofthevisitswasto James Collins, Son ya McHenry, iiiiii!. place, School on Monday, May 7, under acquaint the students with the Diana Conrad, Melissa Jones,. 3E-firstthe direction of Mrs. Jackie library and encourage them to use Jackie Tomey, Lucy Wolfe, Wanda :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ...... second Milliken. The program, for fourth it during the summer months. They Fraley and Mrs. Dorothy Rhoades. third and fifth graders, will be in two were accompanied by Mrs. GloriaThey visited the library again on weeks with a bicycle rodeo. Summers. Wednesday, May 9. MAIN lOBBY Mm., Tues., FH.-- O:00 to 2.'00 Wed., to/ ,dlO ID ID II Our regular bills just keep climbing. With the cost of almost everything skyrocketing these days, once in a while we get in a pinch. That's when Kanawha Union Bank comes in handy. Their loans have helped us through many a tough time. 101 E. Main Street Glenville, WV 26351 Phone 482-7341 EQUAL HOUSING DRIVWIN ~NDOW AND W/d[,K-U]P HOURS Mo~. ~ 11mr=.--8:30 to 4:30 Friday--8:30 to 6:00 Sony--8:30 to 12d~0 Open at 11 a.m. place, Hanlon. ace, Micah ace, Chris Beverly :ire writing ace, Ethan to SUr. Sure )liras In. Will Silent LLle Connie third Micah ers first