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-6 The Glen-vi]Ie Democrat-Pathfinder FOR THE BEST PIZZA IN TOWN COME TO The mrang mmm b= avsne e piz= pmJm, b hdw pattie., or oecmimu dur the aftemo= Ordem within city ibntts of at least 1 pizzas can be delivered FREE. open in county Adults wanting to work for their GEE) High School Diploma may enroll at three schools this year. GED classes will start' n November at Sand Fork Elemen: tary School, Glenville Elemen- tary, and Normantown School. Mrs. Linda Rock will be the in- structor at Sand Fork School. Miss Kim Jones will be the in- structor at Glenvige Elemen- tary, and Robert Hardman will be the instructor at Norman- town School. Any adult wanting to enroll should call the school in their area for more information, or call the Board Office at 462-7386 for more information. Adult Education Classes are coordinated by Robert H. Hard- man. Assistant Superintendent, Gilmer County Schools. Independence Chimney Sweeps 927-3143 PROFESSIONAL CHIMNEY CLEANING WOODSTOVES, FURNACES ~ FIREPLACES RESIDENTIAL Et COMMERCIAL Soer~cer, W Va 25276 Safety Inspect~ns 10% Semor Cd~zens D~scount ~.- V ~- vV ~-- ..,- V I. v ~.- v v 1,- ---..,. ~ ~..,. I. v.~ vv ~ v.,w The Office of Dr. John WestfaU will be CLOSED the week of November 19 and will Reopen November 26 for regular hours. Glenville Elementary named 29 students to the Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. Those nam- ed were: Fifth Grade--Rome Gregory 4.00, Amy Grogg 4.00, Jason Hayner 3.60, Charity Fuller 3.40, Lisa MeHenry 3.40, Christine Hays 3.20, Kathryn Hays 3.20, Mark Grogg 3.15, and Shanda Shields 3.25. Sixth Grade--Alex Drahnak 3.75, Sara Meads 3.75, Phil Huff 3.45, Eddie Kroll 3.45, Kyra Wayman 3.45, Christi Hall 3.40, and Erin Cutlip 3.25. Seventh Grade--Carissa Villaneuva 4.00, Wendy Hymes 3.95, Travis Drennen 3.85, Doug James 3.85, Billy Kroll 3.85, and Sam Duelley 3.05. Eighth Grade--Melanie Fox 3.80, Amy Welty 3.80, Tommy Ratliff 3.45, Duane Chapman 3.40, Darlene Heckert 3.25, Mandy Nicholson 3.25, and Fritz Gillespie 3.00. e 46 Fairground Rd. CHEERFUL SURROUNDINGS !! Teachers in Gilmer County will have the help of a new computer program available to simplify the new, more complicated method of tabulating grade point averages. Since the new "C" average rule has been imposed, students in athletics or extra-curricular activities must maintain at least a "C" average. Along with the "C" average rule came a change in the tabulation of grade point averages. The simplified computer method was basically struc- tured last year by Ariane Coatney, then an eighth grade student, at Glenville Elementary. The program was then modified by her teacher, Mrs. Kay Peters, and is being us- ed by Glenville teachers to tabulate grade point averages. Mrs. Peters said that the program is fairly simple and was a good exercise for the students involved. Since each school has at least one computer, the program should be useful to each school. In computing your grade average you take the numerical value of the grade you receive; (A-4, B-3, C-2, D-l, F-OI; multiply it by its weighted value {Reading-I, English-.75, Spellins-.25, Scienc l[if not combined with Health]. Heelth-.50 [if not part of another subject], Mathematics-I, Social Studies-I, Physical Education-.50, Art-.25, i~bSiC-'25~ ~ ~~ ~~,alculation will be me weighted value for your grade in that particular class. For example: if you" received an "A" in music for the semester, the is equal to 4 points and you then multip- ly by the weighted value of music which is .25. 4 times .25-1.00 and this is the value of your "A" in music for the semester. An "A" in Reading would be 4 times 1.00-4.00. In order to obtain your average you compute the point value for each of your classes and divide by the total point Callie McCoy resides at Glen Health Care in a cheerftd room. Mrs. McCoy enjoys the view from her window and has brought a few of her fumishings to add a homelike at- mosphere. Visit our home and meet CaMe and the rest of our family. PHONE: 462-5718 I I I IJll value of all your classes.. The Cox's Mills Extension Homemakers met on October 23 at the Community Center, with President Connie Emerson presiding. Following opening ceremonies, consisting of the son8, "Onward Ever Onward," the Homemakers Creed, and a poem, which was read by Judy Pe$gs, business was discussed. 13 South Lewis Street 4e2-z0s Includes Mounting Per Pair Balancing Pro-Tecta Bedliners for Ford, Chevy and Mid-Sized Trucks Week's Specials Through Sat, Nov. 17, ltBil Includes Bed Uner, Tailgate Cover and Mounting Hardware ET0/14/Raised Outline White Letter for Dodge Ram 608 b Chevy I.uve COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE DRUMS ROTORS TURNED 195/75/R14 Fmmtone AJI 8eam L78 X 16 Mohawk Fruit cakes are being sold by the club as a fund raiser. After a discussion of Holiday House. Kathy Hull and Pauline Jones were appointed as craft commit: tee. After a lengthy discussion. admission charges were set for the annual rabbit roast, to be held Saturday, November 17. Those bringing a covered dish and helping with the roast will not be required to pay. Jo Ann Peggs was named to head the Rabbit Roast committee. New members Joan Simmons, Helen Jones. Pauline Jones and Denice Peggs, were welcomed. Payment of dues and an ex- planation of the use of payments were discussed for the benefit of new members. Following the business meeting, the lesson, "Staying In- volved With Life," was lead by Judy Peggs. Connie Emerson led the club in a group game, after which the meeting adjourned. Kathy Reporter What You Should Know About Marijuana Q. Can marijuana inter- fare with school work? A. Yes. it can make learning more difficult and interfere with thinking and l~eDtory. q. Can mokiml mari- juana affect the way I grow? A. Yes it can, expert= may. If you smoke marijuana regularly ~j a young pemon, it can interfere with normal de~lopment and growth. It df~ts young people di_ff ntl than tult be~um you% still IP'owing phydcally and mentally. Q. What are of the other health rkk~? A. Inhaling any kind of mmoke into the lung8 o~er a long period of time is dangerous, Marijuana smoke =lso ha, more cancer-earning inipredients than tobacco smoke, tudtes It=we I! Carissa Villanueva Glenville Elementary School has selected Carissa Villanueva as November's "Student of the Month." Carissa, age 13. is in the seventh grade homeroom of Mrs. Reale, who reports that "Carissa is a pleasant student in and out of class. She is very willing to participate in all ac- tivities. Being her first year at Glenville Elementary, Carissa has adjusted well and is a fine addition to our class." Language Arts is Carissa's favorite class, because it is very inter ting and comes easy to her. She plays school girls' the seventh secretary, a school's first Roll. In addition to work, Carissa organ and Born in Philippines, over 12 years, perienced a big vironment. living in a large mountains or studied at the Philippines, private Catholic There, CarissS secretary of reports that study a wider jects. Carissa also school softball as pitcher. When asked about said, "I think place and I like it] pie are very The daughter Eusebio four brothers Butch and Glenville State Bucky, who County High Twenty-one students were named to the Tanner Elemen- tary School Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. Those named tothe list were: .... Fttth C le---Sun Breza 4.00, Mike Shackleford 4.00, Leah Ed- wards 3.50, Marsha Starcher 3.50, Bubby Alan Ferguson 3.00, and Jessica Wade 3.00. Sixth Grade--Robert Wood- ford 4.00, Tina Ferguson 4.00, Becky Gillespie nette Bennett Seventh Gra, Bailey 4.00, 3.83. Blue Netto Haddox 3.30. Eighth Kemper 4.00, 4.00, James Monroe Davis 3.66, 3.50, and Ernie Troy Elementary School released the Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. Those students on the Honor Roll were: Fifth Grade--Rosie Bettis 3.95, Todd Burroughs 3.55. Robin Curry 3.80, Melissa Frye 3.20, John Frymier 3.05, Chris Hull 3.80, Jenny Johnson 4.00, Allaison Krohn 3.60, and Ellen Wilson 3.20. Sixth Grade--Tina Jenkins 4.O0, Adam Grayson Ables 3.OO, 3.OO. Seventh nett 3.20, toria Mayle Minigh 3.95, 3.60, and Steve 4.00, Angie John Droll 3.40, Moyers 3.00. The sixth iprade language Arts clm of Mb's. l lementary recently completed these ins Lhe story "Treasure of the King," were asked to choose one of the |ollowln8 ects: making mummies, clay tablets with making pyramid drawinp or wr/tin$ a The seventh grade Language Arts Elementary made these shadow boxes to: they recently read and reqmsqed on in