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The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 11 tops State Diary Products Contest GSC-PCC grad scores high on NTE a 4 at score is the best. Angle judged ,I, 10 samples of milk for flavor and defects. Then she judged 10 sediment disc samples. nia )c. Other members on the Dairy Products team from Gilmer County were Mike Peters and Randy Peggs. at Methodist Church Many persons will remember that Robert Ellis was Assistant Professor of Music at Glenville State Col- lege from 1965-68. The church has arranged this concert event with Mr. Ellis to enjoy a recently newly- purchased ", sancturary organ. Everyone is welcome to attend this free and open community concert. Area schools to offer GED classes by Terri Arnold The Gilmer County FFA Chapter had judging teams in 9 of the 10 State Vo-Ag Judg- ing Contests. Other teams and members were: Agronomy- Mike Peters, Jim Hatton and Malcolm Allison; Dairy-Dave Moss, Randy Peggs and Steve Ellyson; Horticulture-Richard Edman, Dan Moss and Mike Peters; Insect ID-Dan Moss, Angle Smithson and Jerry Lil- ly; Livestock-Dave Moss, Steve Eltyson and Jim Hatton; Meat ID-Mark Meadows, Mark Bailey and Richard Edman; Plant Pathology-Mark Meadows, Mark Bailey and Eddie Kelble, and Poultry and Eggs-Dan Moss, Eddie Kelble and Jerry Lilly. The Gilmer County FFA teams were coached by John Bennett, Vo-Ag teacher, Ken- neth Fisher, Biology teacher and Rosemary Williams, guidance counselor, assisted the chapter with transporta- tion. Normantown holds Adult Education Classes have been planned for those magazine drive adults interested in passing the GED test. by Terri Arnold Classes will meet in four Normantown Elementary school areas for one evening a School held a magazine sales month to hand out study drive September 21 through materials, discuss questions October 1. that self-study materials don't Angela McHenry, a first answer and to provide learning grade student, sold the most activities to help with master- subscriptions and took first ing testing process, place. Eight to ten adults are need- Debbie Bailey, an eighth 1, ed to have a class. Classes will grade student, took second r. be arranged at Normantown place. School, Sand Fork School, the A Hog Party will be held for High School and Troy School if Mrs. Gainer's fourth grade enough adults enroll to class for selling the most m organize a class. Talk to your subscriptions as a group. friends and get them to enroll The money made by the and in October. sales will be used for the at. For information, call school. a 462-7386. Mr. Hardman, Assis- tant Superintendent, is -in charge of enrollment. NEWS A young woman who obtain- ed her elementary teaching degree while living at home and taking classes at Parkersburg Community Col- lege has the distinction of hav- ing scored in the highest percentile on the National Teachers Examination. Connie Buzzard, a third- grade teacher at Waverly Scoot in Wood County, is in her first year of teaching. A 1979 graduate of Glenville State College, she obtained her elementary teaching degree by taking classes at PCC. Dr. Lewis Rutherford, who was Miss Buzzard's adviser at PCC, expressed particular pride in her extraordinarily high score on the NTE, a test required to be taken by all new teachers. Her third grade students will undoubtedly be treated to an atmosphere conducive to lear- ning this year at Waverly for she thrives in it. "My studies at PCC set the tone for my whole academic career." the first-year teacher noted. "1 didn't know what col- lege was all about when I first started at PCC but I found I could communicate with the professors and they turned on my curiosity--that's the key to learning--getting to think." Miss Buzzard graduated from Parkersburg High School in 1975, and has wanted to be a teacher since she was in first grade. Now, her dream is com- ing true. "1 love learning and at PCC I could express that love," she Got a buck and a half? You can buy up to 25 words in the DEMOCRAT -PATHFINDER CLASSIFIEDS. Call 462-7309 now and really get your message Gcromi. II LICENSED MORTICIANS Glenville WV Phone 462.7660 I j. j. Spurgeon, Pres Terry L. Ellyson 1 VISITING TH'E PARKERSBURG Community College campus just before assuming her teaching duties in the Wood County school system, Connie Buz- zard meets with her academic adviser, Dr. Lewis Rutherford, to express her appreciation for his par- ticular guidance and instruction. said. "1 felt the academics were superior, i was well- prepared academically at PCC and I stress the 'welt.'" Her learning hasn't reached a stopping point, Miss Buzzard noted. She plans to take a history course at PCC this fall. "PCC is a good place for students. There are a tot of 'pupils' but PCC provides students with an atmosphere to learn," she said. Programs are offered at PCC through Glenville in which students may obtain four-year degrees without leaving the PCC campus. PCC courses are also transferable to all col- leges in the state and other in- stitutions of higher learning throughout the nation. Foodland Eggs Are Always Fresh !i / ,! i Debbie and Rusty Hearn are of enjoying California, but they ior miss all their friends back home. Betty Hardman is spending of a week with Beryl Griffin of Up- Mr. per St. Clair, Pennsylvania. Tina Robinson celebrated her sixteenth birthday at her home. Those present were oAnn Freshour, Monoka Ifison, Barbie Frame and Shelia Robinson. Tina received a call from Shawn, Kelly and Richard Robinson from in Mineral Wells, and she receiv- to ed severat nice gifts. The Tanner PTA will meet Tuesday, October 16, at 7:30. Pat Nester, the 4-H extension She agent from Gilmer County will present a program after a short of business meeting. I will be writing the Tanner Jo News while ill. Irene, we wish you good luck and good health. All you readers out there, my and week was wet and how was If yours? an on I"- .... .... 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