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Thursday, June 13, 1991--The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder---Page 9 and Page I to sugges- the evening serves as a offers En- Calhoun Mavis adults find Continued from Page 1 This hands-on approach will with 119 quarts of green beans? soon be carried over into more She feeds her family which is rather academic studies when the Center sizeable. Last year, for example, will begin a program called "tech she had 37 people in her home for prep" in the fall of 1992. In the Christmas. applied mathematics, forexample, Music has always been a part of math is made relevant by showing the Cole home. All the children forthis one board ureau Gilmer are Su- Kinzer and graphs. Starkey. Another new program which received a will begin next school year is the Building availability of advanced classes to build and de- via satellite. The Center recently md curriculum received a state grant to purchase SCience in thea satellite system which will allow for the build-them to offer two-way instruction heating and from Oklahoma State University in precalculus with trigonometry, Marvin precalculus with analytic geom- at Cal- etry and advanced placement School, was American government. development The Center has a cooperative program with Glenville State Col- report that lege in which students studying tr time at thebusiness at CGCC are able to earn up to 25 hours in college credit for opportu- their work at the Center. Aside from the regular curricu- they lure, another important part of the Particular course Center is the Instruction Resource Center which supplies computer assistance software for the students in order students are that they may do individualized y tasks study and provides assistance to on the those who desire adult basic edu- have con- cation, literacy training or prepa- for Gilmer ration for attaining the GED. Pres- built gun ently the Center has 115 people been pur- coming in at their convenience of the corn- who are studying for their GED. As John Hager, director of CGCC recently stated, the Cat- the addition houn-GilmerCareerCenterstrives Library. In to be on the "cutting edge" now classes and in the future, and you only how to con- have to walk around the Center to also how to realize that both students and staff are, indeed, looking to the future. Kitchen Table/Geraldine Marks SOme real cool for frosts. nice gar- the nic- all been Potato bugs bugs won a dogs will and My what Our grandpar- these prob- real good. me of IS tOO s are begin- Cole named how the skill is used in tic work took piano lessons except the old- place and by teaching problem- estson, Charles. Mavis tellsofthe solving through hands-on activ- family singing around the piano at ity-centered environments. And in home as well as when they were an applied communication class traveling in the car. students don't just talk about corn- In recent years, Mavis has found munication, they learn and prac- another means of broadening her rice communication---in conver- horizons--wavel. In the middle sations and meetings and through '80s, she took her first trip abroad memos, letters, reports, charts and with her sister, Anice Baker of weekend. Their grandson, Niles Henry "Skipper" Johnso III, graduated from Elyna Catholic School this year. tlmc, ing Cub share husband, better, and for this Our son, Daniel, has been staying with our son, Steven and family. They both operate heavy equipment for William Hazel, all over the northern part of Virginia. The boys have one more week of school. School is out and this is 4-H camp week in Gilmer County. Most of the kids around will be in camp. Most parents will be doing double duty; our daughter, Marina, will teach Imsketry, my sister, Caren, toll painting, and Nancy Wankmuller, jewelry. Delbert Cole and Charlene Cole Olsen. Charles, their first son. graduated from WVU with an A.B. and master's and was Lewis County Extension Agent at the time of his death in 1977. He had also taught vo-ag at Troy High School. He was married to Maxine Shiflet (now Rastle). Their chil- dren are Charles, II and Debr Charles D. Cole, II lives at Jane Lew and is self-employed as a farmer and auctioneer in Lewis, Gilmer and surrounding counties and is involved in agri-business ventures. He is married and has a daughter. Debra Cole Moss gradu- ated from Excel Business College Auburn, visiting London, England, in Clarksburg and works at United Ireland, Scotland and Wales. In National Bank in Glenville. 1990, they traveled to the Holy Charlene Cole Olsen graduated Land, Italy, Austria, Switzerland fromGSC, eamedamaster'sfrom and Germany where they saw the WVU and is a home economics Passion Play, a highlight of their teacher in London, Ohio. She is trip. From her travels a new hobby married to Elmer Olsen. Their has sprung up---collecting children are Martin E. Olsen, thimbles and bells. She has on Cynthia Charlene Olsen and display in her living room a col- Kristen Anne Olsen. lection of thimbles and bells rep- Martin, who has a B.S. from resenting all the countries and Muskingum College and an M.D. sights she has seen on her travels, from Ohio Medical College of And, speaking of bells, Mavis Toledo, is a resident in gynecol- comes form quite a heritage of ogy and obstetrics in Chauanooga, WV State Folk Festival Belles. Tennessee. He is mamed and has Her sisters, Anice Baker and Edna a daughter. Baker, have both been Folk Festi- Cynthia has an A.B. from val Belles representing Ritchie Otterbein College and teaches in County, and her sister Beryl Camden, Main.Kristenisasopho- Talbott of Glenville was a Gilmer more in elementary education at County Belle. Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. But, in spite of all her own Mavis's third daughter, Nancy accomplishments, Mavis finds her Cole Beaver, graduated from greatest fulfillment in herchildren WVU and was near completion of and grandchildren, as well she her master's degree there at the should. When you think of the two time of her death in 1969. She was young people, Mavis and Delhert, an elementary music teacher in who established a home on a farm East Liverpool, Ohio, and was in Conings in 1932, and look at the married to Charles Beaver. Their far-reaching effects that have re- son, Patrick Beaver, graduated suited, you understand her pride, from Fairmont State College and Mavis Garrett Cole is the mother is now working as a nurse in Bat- of five children, all of whom have timore, Maryland. Their daugh- completed the A.B. degree from ter, Melody Sue Beaver, will Glenville State College or West graduate in December with a B.A. VirginiaUniversityandhavegone degree in elementary education on to earn master's degrees from from Kent State University. either WVU or Marshall Univer- David Paul Cole, the second sity. son and youngest of the Cole chil- Jolene Cole Jones, her first dren, graduate from GSC and daughter, graduated from Marshall University, then taught Gienville State College and WVU, ten years in the Mason County and she is presently working for school system. He is presently the Doddridge County school sys- working in construction carpen- tern as a reading specialist. Her try, lives in Pt. Pleasant and is husband, now deceased, was married to Sharon Cayton Cole. Raymet Jones. Their children are Their children are Valerie Dawn, Larry, Dana, Jeffrey and Anna. Leslea Renae and Jamin Worthy. Larry A. Jones has an A.B. from ValeriecompletedanA.A.S.,B.A. GSC and is now a Farm Family and M.S. from Marshall Univer- insurance agent in Pt. Pleasant. He sity and is working as a legal assis- is married and has one son and two tam in Charleston. daughters. Leslea graduated with a B.A. Dana D. Jones has an A.B. from degree in music education from GSC and is working at B&F Spe- Marshall University and is hoping cialties in Clarksburg. He is mar- to teach this fall. Jamin is a sixth ried and has three sons. Jeffrey R. gradestudentatOrdnanceElemen- Jones will graduate in December tary School in Pt. Pleasant. with an A.B. degree in broadcast- Mavis is especially proud that ing from Salem-Teikyo Univer- all of her children and grandchil- sity. Anna Jole Jones is a 1991 dren are church-goers and have graduate of Doddridge County been active in 4-H and FFA. High School and plans to enroll in music education at Belmont Col- Andso, wesaluteMavisGarrett lege in Nashville, Tennessee. Cole,motheroffive, grandmother Mavis and Delbert's second and of fourteen, and Gilmer County's third children were twins, Charles Folk Festival Belle for 1991. Our son, Tim and wife, Debby, are going to be home alone for the first week in 13 years. Leslie, Jenny and Rachel are in camp. Our granddaughter, Sherry, is home visiting a few days before going to Massachusetts to work in a church camp. Sherry has been the salad bar girl at Shoney's for a few weeks. Her job was to make the salad bar look like you were the first person served there. to be held School set for the held in be served cafeteria. )pit roasted beans, Kool Aid, Price of for the 1;3.50 for Take out Serving opened A tra- will follow With music on June 15 $3.00 for adults and $1.50 under twelve. The event is sponsored annu- ally by the Pickens Improvement and Historical Society. Any ques- tions, call 924-5096. 1991 24X40 3 BR, 2 bath gymna- dance is CONSIDER Does your daughter need or just want glasses? Have you been told your vision can't be improved, your glasses can't be made stronger? The Eye computer will tell for sure!! Dr. Cinallt is the only optometric eye specialist to use the eye computer tn Gilmer, Lewis, Calhoun, Braxton, Ritchie & Wirt Counties. Dr. Mark Cinalli OD College & Howard St. -- M,T,Th,Fr.-10 to 4 -- Wed-10 to 6 MOBILE HOMES INC. 462-5633 "-- Rt. 1, Box 20 Just past LA Joes on left on Rt. 33 Spencer, WV 927-2348 Double-Wides 1991 24X44 3 BR, 2 bath 1991 24X58 3 BR, 2 bath h I I I s18,90099 *22,500 *27,500oo Footer and blocks included with all double wides sold Single Wides 1991 14X70 1991 14x70 1991 14x60 3 BR, 2 bath 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath 3 BR, 1 bath '17,800 '15,500 tl 3,500 Blocks included with all single wides sold Used Mobile Homes Available 1982 Atlantic 1972 Skyline 1973 Winnebago 12x60 14x65 21 foot .... 3 BR, 1 bath 3 BR, 2 bath motor home Carl Fitzwater named to USAA Carl is the son of Marlene Fitzwater. The grandparents are the late Arch and Mary Flint of Heaters. year after Carl Fitzwater The United States Achievement Academy announced today that Cart Fitzwater, who attends Sut- ton Middle School, has been rec- ognized for academic achievement as a United States National Honor Roll Award winner. Carl's, biography will appear in the United States Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, pub- lished nationally. The USAA National Honor Roll Awards provide honor roll stu- dents with many benefits and ser- vices and is a great tribute to a student's dedication, talent and ability. PUBLIC Ask About Health Insurance The State Farm Way CALL ME. Dan Johnson 34 E. 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