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2-B The GlenviUe Democrat-Pathfinder As a part of Glenville's Kindergarten study of Community Helpers, Mrs. Ann Casey, from the Hope Natural Gas Com- pany. presented her program "Million Dollar Suitcase." All students in grades K-4 attended the presentation. Wednesday, November 14, 1984 Wednesday, December 12, 1984 Wednesday, January 16, 1985 Wednesday, February 13, 1985 Wednesday, March 13. 1985 Wednesday, April 10, 1985 Wednesday, May 15, 1985 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. Char Crislip Charles Crislip has been nam- ed grade 5-8 "Student of the Month" at Troy Elementary for October. Age 12. Charles is in Mr. Leg- Blood Screening Any persons wishing to participate in the blood screen- ing program on Saturday, November 10, at Gilmer County Health Center. in Glenville, Should call 462-7351 for an ap- pointment in one of the following time periods: 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. "The Star Spangled Banner," when first published, bore the title "The Defense of Fort McHenry." Troy Elementary School has selected Sara Drake as K-4 "Student of the Month" for Oc- tober. Sara. age 5, is in Mrs. Wright's Kindergarten class. Her teacher reports that "Sara is a model student. She is definitely a leader and is well- liked by her classmates." The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drake, Sara's maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Adren Jones and paternal grandmother is Mrs. Bonnie Drake. NEW by Stephen Main St. Erma Bombeck Fen Follett Tabitha King JUNG W. PARK, M.D. Office Hours: 514 Main Street (in Dr. Piscasio's Office) C.D. Cole Charles D. Cole II, son of Max- ine Cole Rastle. and the late Charles D. Cole. of near Troy. graduated from the Britton Auc- tioneering Academy in Bryan, Texas. on June 28, 1984. On Oc- tober 4. 1984, he passed the West Virginia Auctioneering Ex- amination in Charleston, and is now a licensed, bonded auc- BILL ELECT SHARPE DEMOCRAT State Senator 13th Senatorial District Bill Sharpe thanks the 17 10 voters from H n, Gikner, Lewis and Counties who sum)r ca,x.dacy the Prmry Election and now asks for the support of and others on Novmnber Please your right to vote. EXPERIENCE COUNTS BILL SHAJ:IPE FOR STATE SENATE Paid for by candidate II gett's fifth grade homeroom. His teacher reports that "'Charles is an eager, energetic young man who is striving to improve himself, while not being afraid to help others whenever he can." Charles' favorite class is Art and he enjoys drawing cars. In addition to his studies. Charles is a Cox's Mills Jolly Miller 4-H Club member, and hopes to play on the boys" basketball team this year. He also enjoys working on cars as a hobby. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crislip, Jr., of Cox's Mills. are Charles' parents. Grandparents living in the county are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crislip, Sr., of Linn. The Sand Fork Elementary day before the parade working on their float. The Sand Fork PTA held their meeting October 16, in the school cafeteria. Many upcom- ing activities were discussed and voted on. One goal set by the PTA is to raise money and purchase playground equipment. It was also decided to initiate the Kid Tracks Fingerprinting Program again this year. Finger- printing will begin November 5. 1984. at 9 a.m. Mr. Minney discussed the Education wit members and ing ideas were Ms. Joyce received the ing the most dance. President courages members of become more activities. many servw.es Sara Drake tioneer. Cola farmer, ac- and church, as wetl as community affairs. LUNCH MENU Monday, Oct. 29: Pepperoni roll, macaroni and cheese, green beans, apple, and milk. Tuesday. Oct. 30: Fish, tater tots. confetti slaw, peach, roll, and milk. Wednesday, Oct. 31: Chili soup with crackers, peanut butter sandwich and a/z cheese sandwich, carrot or celery stick, pineapple, orange juice, and milk. Tam(lay, Nov. 1: Taco or tacoburger with meat sauce and cheese, french fries, canned fruit, spice roll or cookie, and milk. Friday, Nov. 2: Chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, peas, fruited jello, roll, and milk. High school alternate is cheeseburger. The Department of Human Services has several programs established by law that involves the help of the total community. The Adult Family Care Home is such a program. This program was established in the early seventies and has changed the total concept of adult care. Functioning adults {persons 18 years and older} are no longer put in walled institu- tions but rather are incor- porated in family homes with families whoare train to meet their needs. Since compatability is very important, trial visits are arranged before placements. The following type of adults are considered for home placements: they are persons who may not have any family or relative capable of taking care of them: they are persons who need a protective level of care. many times like that of a small child; they are persons who can- not do daily chores without some supervision and yet under supervision can assist in rather complex duties. The family that opens their doors to accept the above type of adult is special. First, because they care about another human; and second, because they not only care but Roseann Turner was elected and installed as President of the Rebekah Assembly I.O.O.F, of West Virginia, at the annual session held in Barboursville, October 10-13. Roseann is a member of Glenville Rebekah Lodge No. 104. She is a very ac- tive member of all units of the Order. She has been a Rebekah since January 1961. Elected as Grand Master of the Grand Lodge LO.O.F. of West Virginia to serve with her is Paul R..Humphreys of Hun- are willing to to meet another'S! quirements of the Care Home are: willing to ty, sanitation dards: they must quate living nutritious meals; willing to treat dividual as a assisting them terests, ting the placed their ,own rel Therefo 'e. the service is the cept training to gifted adult. The Services is in families. They staff willing to be done to be helper of another cost of being ao Care Home is through the ed person. Pa' the Provider dividual's income clude funds ty. Supr Veteran's private pension ment of Human 462-7358 for tion. KANAWHA UNION BANK TELEPHONE NO. 462-7341 GLENVILLE, WV 2635I IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT CHRISTMAS CLUB CHECK TIME IS ALMOST HERE! Snmby, Omber 20, :U4, e,e bst day mat wE be acmmmd for 1984. ISTMAS CLUB CHECKS WILL BE MAILED NOVEMBER 1, 1984 STARTING WEEK FOR NEW CLUBS WILL BE NOVEMBER 5,1984 PlAN AHEAD NOW FOR A HAPPY CHRISTMAS 1988 i osoa t/ngton. joint program very closely A joint honor will be County Sunday. beginning at 2 rites friends share in this meet other Fellows from parts of the