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The Glvnville Dem crat-Pathflnder 9 Virginia The WVEA was the main pro- Johnson encouraged parents 5} Library. Do students encourag- ponent of the amendment which also to follow a Quality Educa- hs, e access to a library that is American would have provided for in- tion checklist his organization opn each day? Is a librarian November 11 creased funding for school provides, adding that the state a ilable to assist students? JACK ALLEN FRAME New Milton, died Saturday, Jack Allen Frame, 28. station- November 10, at her residence, 4 Lte the failure facilities and curriculum ira- board of education has ira- Av there at least 20 books in ed with the U.S. Army at Fort following an extended illness. heels Amend- provement in the state's public plemented a parental grievance th library for every student in sl election, schools, procedure so that parents can th, school? Are magazines and Sill, Oklahoma, died Thursday,She was born May 26, 1913, to quality In announcing the American help school employees enforce peiodicals available? November 1, in the Brook Armyin Gilmer CoLmty, a daughter of today than itEducation Week observance, quality education standards. B) Special Courses/Special Medical Center, San Antonio, the late Bert and Effie Sprouse tst year as we Johnson suggested that parents "If parents are not satisfied Hdp. Does the school offer art, Texas, following an unexpected Parsons. the amend- visit their schools and ' see first with the education programs mlsic, and physical education illness. On December 2, 1935, she nted Lowell hand the good job teachers are available to their children, we p grams staffed by trained He was born January 22, was united in marriage to Lt of the West doing, despite the lack of proper encourage them to contact their tethers? Are there school 1956, in Clarksburg, a son ofThomas Parsons, who preceded ,n Association facilities and materials in many county board of education, and. comselors? Is a psychologistJack Frame, of Groveland, her in death November 5, 1964. cases." if necessary, file a grievance a ilable? Florida, and Nancy Luzader Surviving are one son, James over the situation," the WVEA7} Parental Involve- WilfonR, of Becldey. Edward Parsons, Glenville; two president concluded, mint. Are parents, or parental He is survived by his formerdaughters, Betty A. Dennison, le of The WNEA'ssuggestedQuali- grmps, such as the PTA, involv- wife, Roberta Shrewsburry Glenville, and Marzanna June ar ty Education Checklist follows. Odin school programs? Frame Moore, Becldey. Parsons, New Milton; one i d (I) Class Size. How many Also surviving are two brother, James R. Posey;Orlan- students are in class? While 8} High Student Expects- daughterS,Frame, bothBeckeYof Beckley;and Branditwo dO,childrenFlorida;andSevenfive grand-great. e be( class size can vary, do classes rein. Does the school set high brothers, Randall J. Frame, grandchildren. generally have more than 23-25 stmdards for student behavior students? Kindergarten classes ant academic performance? Glenville, and Mark Frame,, Mrs. Parsons was a dust or wood elevated, front and rear in West Virginia should have no Hwe these standards been coln- Groveland, Florida; one sister, housewife and a Methodist. ea black walnut legs maybeaffectedwithedema more than 20 students and mmicated to students and Kay Green, Glenville; one step- Services were held Wednes- er bedding in your from the knees or hocks grades 1-6 should have no more pa'ents? Do school ad- sister, Carmen Arnold, of day, November 14, with the downward. The animal may suf- than 25 students, mhistrators, school employees, Florida; his step-mother, Evelyn Reverend Imelda Long of- J with the West fer from lameness. More severe- {2} Teacher Load. How many and parents work together toFrame, Groveland, Florida; his ficiating. Burial was in the ly affected horses show sen- students is each teacher ex- hop students meet these stan- stepfather, Teddy B. Wilfong, Boilon Cemetery. ! Sity Cooperativesitivity to hoof testers, especial- pected to instruct during the dsrds? Beckley; his maternal grand- : 'trice note that course of each day? Is the 9} Decision making. Are mother, Maysal Luzader, Glen- iii !ii/A ; 18es of founder ly over the toe. been reported in If you are using shavings or number small enough to permit teachers directly involved in the ville; paternal grandfather, where horses sawdust as bedding for horses, individualized instruction or d ision making at the school? Drexel Frame, Normantown; its black walnut ask the sawmill operator if assistance? Are teacher aides Ae they involvedindevelopingand his paternal step- grandmother, Flor9 Frame: Nor- Sawdust. Though black walnut has recently been available to provide additional curriculum and selecting mantown. sawed. Black walnut sawdust is help? te:tbooks? this problem has dark red to brown, while most (3) Textbooks and Classr m10) School Principal. Does He was a Specialist 4, trained dentified, some think a chemical sawdust is blond or yellow. Materials. Does each studentthJschoolprincipalvisitclasses as a communications specialist, led juglone, uni-Cedar also is red but not as dark have a textbook for each subject become acquainted with was with Unit A Battery or class---or are students forced shdents? What s the nature of Batallion, and the 17th Field Ar- alnut, is the toxic as walnut, and it has a distinc- to share textbooks? How old are tht relationships between the tillery at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. tire odor. If you are unsure of the corn- the textbooks? Are texts and prncipal, school employees and Frame had earned his NCO Pro- occurs within 13 position of the sawdust or shay- other classroom materials up-to- students? Does the principal in- fessional Development Ribbon, an Army Achievement Medal, ..... exposure to the ings,let them air outside for date? Do the materials present itkte parental and community tly only skin several days. The toxic effect of male/female stereotypes, ex- hvolvement in the school? an Army Service Ribbon, an ry to bring on black walnut material appears clude minorities, or promote age {11} School Spirit. What's Overseas Service Ribbon, 16 of founder. The to diminish after a period of ex- discrimination? tie overall feeling that pervades Sharp Shooter Badge, Hand only be eaten, posure to the air, though it still {4) Supplies/Equipment. Are tie school? Is there a sense of Grenade Sharp Shooter Badge, It supplies and equipment ado- staring, cooperating, and spirit and an Expert Rifle Badge. He temperature, is not recommended for bedding quate for the subject being anong students and school was a Methodist by faith, ta., one. rate are material, , taught? Do students have access enployees? Services were held in Glen- to modem teaching aids. such(12) IHness/Accidents. Does rills Saturday, November 10, as computers and laboratory ttv school have a nurse on duty? with the Reverend Patricia Jar- '9 equipment? Is the equipment in Hive emergency procedures via officiating. Burial was in the AP blilSo iceofTkisNew,pape, workin order? bten established and practiced? Stalnaker Cemetery. e Tke ,4dt, ertising Co.n,,! MRS. THOMAS PARSONS Genevieve,Parsons, 71, of has ordered Aid to Families with Dependent BENNETT of Human Children (AFDC) cash grants is y illegal." ' .... right to be "The state had removed We love Him because He firstldt for dinner that night. illegally spouses in 1981 as a cost say- loved us. 1 John 4:19. Our turnips were so nice this them. In issuing ings measure, arguing that con- The Bob Jones University TV fill. District Judge tinued provision of food stamps progra/n, "Show my People" is We had our first frost requires the and a medical card without anow being shown every Satur-bovember 3. It was a heavy notify spouses ofcash grant was allowed," Put- day morning on Channel 23 f:ost. are receiving bough said. WVAH-TV, at 11 a.m. instead of Caren's little gray foot grants between Spouses whose benefits were 11:30 a.m. It must be a good pro- armer found a home with Mrs. and November cut have to make application to gram but I don't get Channel 23. Jtne Evans and family, who live they may be eligi- the Department within 60 days. DOn Lambert and a buddy, a: Glenville. I'm sure it got a of The agency will then evaluate both from Ohio, spent last week g od home. withheld each application to determine if at his camp near Shock. Donald and Nona Norman this period, the person is eligible for back Caren White and Joyce Fisherhive spent several days at his be sent in late benefits, were in Charleston one day last od homeplace. In a recent story in the week. They took Andrea down to Mrs. Ermal Parsons is limping entered SeptemberCharleston Gazette the Depart- see her doctor. She fell at school around on a sore heel. She will the prior ment of Human Services Comm and bruised her knee and hassee her doctor in Clarksburg United States issioner Ed Burdette expressed missed several days of school, next week. Court of Appeals his concern over the difficulty'in She is on crutches but is getting So, this is the wish I always According to Johnlocating all the spouses, better, vish, the prayer I ever pray. Legal Services at- To assist the Department in I rode the Senior Citizens bus I.ord may my life help other lives the class of providing this information to to Glenville last week. There iJ touches by the way. case holds that potentially eligible spouses, were ten from around here. We Is it better to please God than /s policy of remov- West Virginia Legal Servicespicked up two more in Glenville. please your friends. Think of unemployed has initiated a toll-free line Those who rode on it were Gor- think hard. parents from which individuals may call and don and Stelia Rose, Creed Elder Charles Fisher is able to , HEARING FO~ VIRGINIA test will be Conrad on , lll4 from 2 p.m. to Hyre, Hear- Set a brief explanation of the Frame, Becky Cottrill, Dollie up and around. He was at the eligibility requirements and the Quick, Virgie Sands, Valma Grove Church last Sunday. ;. process which must be followed. Clowser, Cleo Rogers, Virginia der Michael Smith filled his This pro-recorded message can Jenkins, and myself. We picked intment for him. be heard weekdays between 4 up Mrs. G l,adys Edwards and Did you ever stop to think that p.m. and 9 p.m. by calling her friend, I ve forgot her name, oney will buy a house but not a 1-8OO-642-8279. No person will in Glenville. ferns. be available to talk with in- Rondal and Mary Allen were Now our thought for the dividuals nor will they be able to down last Saturday for a while. ay: And this commandment leave a message. However, the Mr. Scott Hard_man had lunch kave we from Him, that he who recording will give individuals with Park and Mable Norman eth God love his brother also. the information they need to one day last week. John 4:21. know to proceed with the ap- Here is a turnip tale. Just P.S.-My brother C.D. Minney plication and appeals process, believe it or not. Caren took js still very sick. He has but little Purbaugh noted that if in- Park and Mable down a turnip. vement and was delirious dividuals are having any dif- Mable cooked it and she and last Saturday night and wasstill ficulty in making application, Park ate some for dinner. Then elirious Sunday morning. they should contact their for lunch next day Scott was P ease remember him in your nearest Legal Aid office, there and still there was some prayers. ING ~St. WV 26301 On October 20, the Desk and Bridgeport, to participate in the iDerrick Club of Central West Annual Oil and Gas Industry members and their Appreciation Night. met at the Holiday Inn, The guest speaker for the Handyman Seldom '& exterior decorating and remodeling, , brick & block laying, a complete e, commercial and residential. small. Servicing a 100 mile radius. !D AND IN: ECONOMY RATES FREE ESTIMATES CALL COLLECT 1-482-71 3 per hea tlmt pmvlmm incmme when ca,: Don Johnson 22E. Moin St. 462-7 ! 3 ! event was the former State Oil and Gas Commissioner, Mr. Thomas Huzzy. Mr. Huzzy show- sd a slide presentation on an old oil and gas recovery plant located at Volcano, West Virginia. The plant was operating until just a few years ago. Plans are being made to restore and preserve the historic site. President Linda Alderidgo continued the meeting with the introduction of the various corn- nies represented and the ard of directors and commit- tee chairmen of the Desk and Derrick club. Immediately following the din- ner meeting a dance was held with music provided by the Orlando Colombo and the Top Hatters. Fr=nk n-inventml the chadr. Am=eim= m Terry L Igly=cm, Pres. Mortic m and~ Box 2, V=n Hom Dr. CU,mvUk,, WV -4 .7U0-- II II I I IIII1' IIIIIII IIIIIIII I II IIIII I IIII II III Yard--Kanawha Drive on Rt. 5 -- One-veto No Interest Payment Plan Moome 543 (Old Skating Rink) Saturday, November 17 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by "Dover Crossing" Members Et Guests COLLINS INSURANCE AGENC Ao~ wad Jim Co~, Age~ 30 E. Main St. Glenville, WV Phone 462,7951 For your auto, home. heeJlh, life, motorcycle, flood buslneas inaurence and bonds. Closed" Cancer Insurance now ev~flebM. *gaturday~ S.,.,.i,,~ ~',t,,,..r Cm,.,~ S.,,c, M..W.-Th.-F. Office Hours by Appointment t'none "304) 364-522 ELK RIVER CHIROPRACTIC CENTER W. DWIGHT LOHR, D.C. =J15 Elk St Gassawav. WV 26624