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October 11, 1979

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10 The Glenville Democrat.Pathfinder NEWS & VIEWS OF OUR SCHOOLS Mrs. Waggoner is new first grade teacher t Sue Weggoner Turn your 'extras' into EXTRA by Tend Arnold Glenvllle Elementary School's new first grade teacher is Mrs. Sue Waggoner. Mrs. Waggoner, age 30, and her husband, Bob, reside in Glenville. She attended high school in St. Mary's and then went to college for four years at Glenville State where she ! WINNERS OF THE Summer Reading Program at Glen- villa Elementary are seen here. (photo by Tend Ar- nolo') received an AB degree in Elementary Education (K-6), Glenville has Summer Reading Program and specializations in Special Education, Language Arts and Social Studies. She is present- ly working on her Masters degree in Reading (K-12). Mrs. Waggoner previously taught third grade at Grant- sville, Learning Disabilities in Clearwater, Plorida, In- termediate Special Education in St. Mary's and Remedial Reading in Huntington. Golf and reading are Mrs. by TerriAm d the most books. Both Carla Glenville Elementary School Dollgener and Ann Miller read held a Summer Reading Pro- 32 books and tied for first gram for 40 students, place. Mrs. Summers, teacher in charge of the program, Bobby Sandy took second reported that each student place, winning a three dollar read at least four books a prize for reading 22 books. piece. Brighette Duelly read 12 A five dollar prize was books and won the two dollar awarded to students reading third place prize. Waggoner's hobbies. She hopes to give her students a Gilmer County FFA Alumni formed good reading foundation so GI nville PTA The first meeting of the new school year of the Glenville Elementary PTA was held at the school building on Van Horn Drive on September 18, at 7 p.m. This year's officers are Rev. Jan Owen, president; Bill Cutlip, vice president; Marilyn Geary, secretary and Dorothy Pottmeyer, treasurer. The meeting was mainly an ing with being was one whole sell might exploratory one to see what in the the needs of the school will be some for this year and how the PTA later. may help. Perhaps the most pressing need is for some playground equipment; the The be Drive every to ( school now has only one slidingboard for all the children to share. The PTA is in the process of erecting some playground equipment and will discuss this matter more at their next meeting. Also Rev. Owen set forth a great many other projects in which the PTA might become involved in the future. Gilmer FFA hosts dis The Gilmer County FFA Chapter hosted a District Hor- ticulture Contest at Gilmer County High School prior to the State Vo-Ag Judging Con- tests. Calhoun County FFA Chapter won the team com- petition with Gilmer County second and Braxton County third. Patsy Morgan, Calhoun County, was the top individual with county, menlb Smi CASH. Use DEMOCRAT apP CLASSIFIEDS tar your =aluthey can do well in their mem= , time c= el.50 per studies through the years of The Gilmer County FFA Gienville; treasurer, Keith week. 4C=- tod r, school they have ahead. Alumni organized Wednesday, Cole, Cox's Mills; reporter, , _, , = Spetember 26, at Gilmer Coun- Edgar Simmons, Cox's Mills National Teacher exam We now havein stock ty High School. The constitu- and advisor, John Bennett, tion and by-laws were approv- Orlandeo. No I|unti ig ed and an application for a na- The FFA Alumni is opened Prospective teachers who sion8! tional charter were completed, to individuals who are in- plan to take the National pluS or , Officers for the FFA Alumni terested in supporting the Teacher Examinations on amin are: , president, Myron Bailey, FFA. Anyone interested in November 10, at Glenville know I Tresl)ass._, g Si cox s Mills; vice-president, joining the FFA Alumni should State College were reminded ject 0 Leon Ellyson, Cox's Mills; contact one.of the officers for today that they have less than me thC 25 each-2.50 per doz secretary,Kenneth Fisher, more information, two weeks to register with onc Educational Testing Service didSte Glenville Democrat (ETS) of Princeton, NJ. sion t .................. Kermit L. Kinder, GSC the ,109 East Main St., Glenville WV FFA officer vacancies filled Counselor, said registrations center snould be mailed in time to Thoset oan o.s, son o, .r a., no, nro,, ,n. voc.,,ona, r.c. no ,ater ,.an oo II I1 1 EIGHT WATCIIE .r, Arnold Moss, Cedarvile, Agriculture classthisfall, tober17 when regular registra- a.m., .' was elected vice-president and The other 1979-80 officers lion closes. A penalty fee of $5 Mark Bailey, son of Mr. and are: president, Dave Moss; is charged for registrations amln Mrs. C. Marling Bailey, Cox's secretary, Steve Ellyson;received at ETa-after October from SPECIAL .,,,. was elected reporter for treasurer, Steve Brady; sen- 17 but prior, to October 24. p.m. the Gtlmr County FF- A ttnel, Frank Ktmble; parliamen-After October 24 registrations llkll: ANNIVERSARY Dff;C( Chapter recently. The vacan- tarian, Grog Shackleford and will not be accepted for the l'r't3V cies were left when the of- advisor, John Bennett. November administration. :,vj ricers elected last spring did Registration forms and in- tiVe From SEPTEMBER 3O through structions may be obtained from Kermit L. Kinder, Glen- RegistrationOCTOBER and29' First1979 MeetingONLY Feemagazine villa State College, Glenville, Glenvill wv 26351 or directly from the Troy National Teacher Examina- held( sales winners announced tions, ETS, Box911, Princeton, daY, During the one-day testing plann session, a registrant may take 5-7 p.r (a savings $3.00) Glenville Elementary School place overall winner was Dang which include tests in profes- by a of by Te,riAmold Robot asherprize. The second the Common Examinations, Tl e wishes to announce their win- Morris who sold $145.72 worth Norm dance . ners for the ten-day magazine and chose a calculator as his When you call for class locations la oeuS:l l )ecthe/:rSleptember 21 Prll lers" Millikan's 5th grade antown 2nd Ask about JOYFUL DINING COOKBOOKS The first day high seller was class and Mrs. Turner's 6th grade plans Margaret O'Brian and second grade class both wil!. have a. field tri vice-r high seller for the first day was Hog Party for selling tne most p jenki, Call (toll free) 1-800-642-8275 ChrisFox. , subscriptions as a whole. .. by Ten'! Arno]d Kathy Margaret O Brian was alsoThe money made from the the overall high seller and took sales amounted to over $1200. first place for selling $325.76 It will be spent for a Speaker's Miss James second grade worth of subscriptions. ShePodium, a paper back book class at Normantown Elemen- chose a Radio Controlledrack for the library and other tary is planning a class trip to , ,,,library materials, also carpets Glenville. ' "' " ' for the water fountain, storage Her Social Studies class shelves for the new Math Pro- have been discussing cam- gram and a filing cabinet, munity organizations and Weekly Readers will also be'plans to visit the Shoe Factory, purchased for student use the Bank, the College Library with the money, and the new County Library. I I II I I I~=11= 4e1~ tee iowa r~d to =40,000 MAIN LOBBY Men.. Tues., Thurs.. Fri. - 9:00 to 2:00 Wed., Sat.--9:00 to 12:00 I IBm I'm just an average guy. But I ex- the red carpet treatment when I turn over my money. That s why! bank at Kanawha Union Bank,. When I have a problem, they re happy to help. No grumpy tellers, no heated exchanges. It's nice. EQUAL HOUSING 101 E. Main Street Glenville, WV 26351 Phone 462-7341 II I[ DRIVE-IN WINDOW AND ~AI.K-UP HOURS Men. thru Thurs.--8:30 to 4:30 Friday--8:30 to 6:00 Saturday --8:30 to 12:00 II Rigid Tools Hydraulic Hose 8, Fittings Approved Orange Pipe and Fittings Iron Pipe Fittings m 21 Fairground Rd. 462-5689 Night 269-4961 or 269-4785 or 269-5877 I