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f The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 9 t0Troy classrooms ]i ....... ........ i, ': i NEWS&VIEWS I J: OF OUR SCHOOLS . ..... Other s iety , i Among the other students at Bumgardner, Jennifer Brady, ..... • Gilmer County High School Debra Hinzman, Lois Miller, named to the Society of Sue Ann Reed, Patty White, Distinguished American High Becky Beall, Steve Carney, School besides Connie David- Robin Gower, Becky Coberly, son, Susan Crouch and Terri Dawn Hinzman, Pamela Woodyard, who have already Minigh, Diana Smith, Heather i by T 'rt Arnold been mentioned are: Greg Wilson, Jill Brady, Steve Adolphson, Jeff Gower, Marsh, Jim Meadows, David In Mr. David Ellison, principal, at Patricia Kirchberg, Brad Scott, Donna Tinney, Sherri ID, :U ,,cw the cost of $350. The materials McPherson, Cindy Stewart, McPherson, Kenny Smith, Kim I CO.d'- were purchased by the,, school Kent Woofter, Donna Robinson and Rondell Spaur. -- NEW TEACHERS AT NORMANTOWN ELEMENTARY .... to accomodate a new achvJty are Shelly Stalnaker, Kathy Mille, Tend Leach and I v'=J.a based" Science Curriculum t developed by Holli Hardman Normantown area gets Tw,a Moyers. (Photo by Tend Amold) and David Ellison. ,,' .u.tYthe student breakfast menu " I i , co,or zv no, v,, o ) bee;, machine have also been addea by Tend Arnold "" to the science lab and social Normantown Elementary when the colder weathert 20. ! oy studies classes. School has been serving begins. students breakfast for the last Children are requiredto named to Society 2-3 years. They have never had have V2 cup offruit or fruit t .a..breakfast menu however, un- juice, V2 pint of milk and V2 zu mls year. cup of carbohydrates (usually ior at it | Normantown now gets a individual boxes of cold or hot Local Full-Time 1Ool, ]1 I menu listing the choices ofcereal). AcccountingandBookkeepingSer ces the li i Shed !! cereals, fruits, fruit juices and Mr..Brady, p.rinc!pal of the • Payroll • General Ledger • Accounts t heel milk which will ..... be available,pS n°°l'eased withrep°rtSresultsmatandnethatlS; Receivable • Financial Statements l a let- Jnis winter not cereal will be things are going well. One hun- grand- served for three days a week, dredbreakfast.Children now eat dyard expanding to five days a week i Veral Kindergarten parent orientation held She n a Terri Woodyard Students given the honor along with biographical data of her high school career. gets teacher for ex. the John Flippin Orientation for the parents of this fall's kindergarten students was held at Glenville Elementary, September 16, at both 2 and 7 p.m. The purpose was to let parents see what takes place and what it's like for their child entering school for the first time. Two third grade girls at Glenville Elementary School were Reading Olympics win- ners. Friday, September 7, Amy Welty, who read 80 books from the Gilmer County Public Library, and Darlene Heckert, who read 60 books, both received the medals around their necks. I Towne Bookstore I I New from Louis L Amour I ! BENDIGO SHAFTER I I John Prine - Pink Cadillac I 321 I I I Abba - Voulez - Vous I IEarl Scruggs Reve - Today & ForeverI Sept. 29 -- 10:00 e.m. 927 Beverly Dr., Glenville WV Behind Old Glass Factory Chairs; lamps; stands; magazine rack; radios; clothes; record cabinet; dining room suite; metal table & 4 chairs; wall shelves; chest of drawers; heating stove; utilitiy stands; 2 cook stoves; 5 lawn mowers; adding machine; 3 refrigerators; coffee table; curtains; bedspread; set of wash tubs & stand; avon bottles; 45 RPM records; TV set; dresser;, buffet; tools; lot of pic- ture frames (some antiquest); 2 bedsteads; 2 sets bedsprings; cupboard; few skillets; toaster oven; irons; deep fryer;, clocks; windows; fans; metal wardrobe; other items too numerous to mention. ANTIQUES: Rabbet (reserve rights to refuse bid); flask comb; bedstead; roofere tongs; wicker rocking chair;, irons; rocking chair. HOUSE FOR SALE: Contact Owner. OWNER: Anna Ruth Montgomery AUCTIONEER: Clark Minney TERMS: Cash Not responsible for accidents. The meetings began with a film on a Clarksburg kindergarten. Following the film, Miss Kim Jones and Mrs. Jane Kennedy, kindergarten teachers, went over such items as insurance forms, lunch forms, class schedules, classroom activities, new tex- tbooks and examinations. Prents also took a tour of the two classrooms or "learning centers". One room deals with fine motor skills and audio visual materials, the other deals with large muscle ac- tivities. The meetings ended with questions answered by Miss Jones and Mrs. Kennedy. ' EleetrolUx gales* Ser viceoRepairt 518 l tlfordSt. C]ar]mburs, 304624-6539 Rt. &q & 119 - 4 mllu went of Weston A complete selection of Oua ty Built Homes 12 WIDES - 14 WIDES - DOUBLE W]DES AND MODULAR ON DISPLAY EACH DISPLAYED AND GHTED Phone 269-1510 - Open Friday til 8 p.m. Member of W. Va. Mobile Homes Association _J We linemen often have to climb those poles. We use climbing hooks or "spurs" on our feet and our climbing safety depends on the hooks going into good solid wood. THE LINEMEN OF, o , We have to climb the poles in sunshine and rain, summer and winter, daylight and dark. So please don't make our jobs more difficult and dangerous by litter- ing poles with tacks, nails, sta- ples and signs. We'll appreciate your understancfing and help. Mo.o. akela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System