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"6 'lqse Glen' dle I)emocr,;t-i athllnder ! Main Street New Music By- Keel r, the Cteka Khan Bryan Adanm Tote REO Sp,md vaeo. ~1'I I IIII I ,,,,, , , I I I , i I , I ,,11 II ATTENTION THURSDAY CUSTOMERS Langford Sanitotton Servtce will not mn on November 22, due to the holidays. We will make the run on Friday, November 23, 1984. Happy Holidays : I U'l' I'1 I I ' I I , m , .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AA AAAA~ jib . Independence Chimney Sweeps 927-3143 PROFESSIONAL CHIMNEY CLEANING WOODSTOVES. FURNACES E~ FIREPLACES , RESIDENTIAL ~' COMMERCIAL Soencer. W Va. 25276 Safety lnspechons 10% Senior Cihzens Discount R. B. LOUNGE Bobby Roberts the Trailers Sat., Novemlxw 24 9 p.m. to I a.m. COVER CHARGE *3.00 O0 Everyone Wek:m Full Line of Legal Bev Gilnmr County Auction Barn Friday, Nov. 23, 1984 Kitchen cabinet (top doors glass), drapes (expensive), kitchen cupboard (old), old dresser base, TV, 2 clothes / \ Franklin Rexroad Franklin Rexroad was chosen 5-8 "Student of the Month" at Troy Elementary School for November. Age 12, Franklin is in the sixth grade homeroom of Holli Hardman. English is his favorite class rtd Franklin reports that "It's one of the easiest classes." In addition to being on the school basketball team. Franklin enjoys collecting belt buckles and has won two trophies in Little League Baseball. Mrs. Hardman reports that "Franklin is a hard worker. He seems to enjoy school and is always willing to help others." Franklin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Greathouse and has two younger sisters, Angela and Shelly. Grandparents in Gilmer County include June and Midge Greathouse, Belva Bennett and Mary Smith. Sand Fork Elementary School Thompson-4.00, Eric Riffle-3.80, released the names of those Tom Bonnett-3.40, Jerry students named to the Honor Myers-3.40, Katina Ball-3.20, Roll fSr the first nine weeks of Stephanie Darnall-3.00, and Rob school. Those students achier- Jones-3.0o. ing the Honor Roll were: Sixth Grade--Bryan Eighth Grade--James McHenry-3.85, Jesica Craft-4.00, Patty Groves-4.00, Triplett-3.80, Andy Burke-3.75, Rachel Ramsay-4.00, Chris Jerry Minney-3.60, Monica Riffle-4.00, Timmy Conrad-3.80, Triplett-3.60, Charles Jackie Conley-3.80, Rodney Craft-3.40, Matthew Rock-3.40, Jones-3.80, Wriston Teddy Fitzwater-3.20, Susan Fitzwater-3.60, Brat Radcliff-3.20, Carol Heater-3.45, Bert Jedamski-3.45, C tl'ight-3.00, and Billy Susie Ratliff-3.45, Jesse arr-3 OO. Marks-3.40, and Pare, Fifth Grade--Angela Greathouse-3.15. Thompson-4.00, Bobby Seventh Grade--Connie Wilson-3.80. Michelle Butcher-4.00. Crystal Law-4.00, Kirkpatrick-3,75, Craig Charlene Self-4.00, Nicole Conrad-3.40, and Cherish Skinner-4.00, Kristyl I tIy-3.30 Tanner students will have the friends. opportunity to buy Christmas The workshop will be set up in Gifts December 3 at their the school library, supervised school's Annual Santa's localparents. Workshop. It is an exciting moment for a Each child will be able to lid to' really buy their own and select their own ire In baseball a line drive travels 100 yards in four seconds fiat. A fly ball to the outfield travels 98 yards in 4.3 SPRING SEMESTER 1985 ID 3104 3404 3405 3408 3112 3126 3205 3207 3212 3215 3309 3129 3529 3744 3749 3615 3623 3632 3143 3147 3836 3837 3250 3757 TIME 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 5:00 CRS-SEC 333-01 311-01 312-01 358-01 306-02 380-01 201-02 301-01 319-01 338-01 102-04 '+ 201-01 124-01 402-01 211.01 199-01 299-01 117-01 410-01 105-01 202-01 375-01 30901 TITLE DAY Managerial Accting. M. Arts & Crafts T. Advanced Arts & Crafts T. Fine Arts Media & Methods W. Business Law M. PUI T. Human Development M. Theories of Learning M. Org/Ad. Early Ed. Prg. (N-K) W. Audio-Visual instr. T. Wr. & Spoken Eng. II T. Food Preparation T. Land Survey Boundary Law M. Logic & Sets MW. Completion II W. Beginning Karate TR. Intermediate Karate TR. Advanced Karate TR. Word Processing T. Office Systems & Sire. M. Interviewing & Counseling TR. Basic Intervent. Meth. II T. Guidance for Except. Child. TR. General Geology W Pre-Registration: November 26.30, 1984 8:.00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Office of Records and Admissions Generel RegistrarS: January 9, 1985 Classes Begin: January 10, 1985 CR O3 O3 O3 O3 O3 O3 O3 O3 O3 O3 03 03 03+ 03 04 01 01 01 03 03 O4 03 03 04+ INST. Garrett Scott Scott Rogers T.B. Butcher Bassett James Nichols, Cleek Phillips Zane 0rahnak Nagy Disko Heffelfinger Underwood Underwood Underwood Zinn Smith O'Brien Wm. Roberts Keaton Barns BLD-RM PC-104 AB-309 AB-309 AB-308 AB-307 AB-307 CH-201 CH-101 CH-001 LY-023 AB-305 PC-105 EH-206 SH-301 EH-101 HB-153 HB-153 HB-153 AB-099 AB-100 AB-301 AB-301 CH-201 SH-308 College Credit for ITV Counms The New Literacy: An Introduction to Computers (Computer Science 399-45) 3 credit hours The Growing Years (Psychology 399-45) 3 credit hours The Money Puzzle (Economics 202-45) 3 credit hours The Ascent of Man (Science 399.45) 3 credit hours Congress: We The People (Political Science 399-45) 3 credit hours Family Portrait (Sociology 399-45) 3 credit hours You may register for ITV courses at your earliest convenience. For morn information con- tact: Mr. Joseph M. Hickman 462-7361. ..... IW C inator Glenville State College Glenville, WV 26351 Scotty Simmons Scotty SimmonS chosen as Student in the g] Elementary the fourth grade math is his favorite His teacher "Scotty is a class. He does asked of him is a good listener learn. +Also, he getS nicely with his When Scotty school work, he and riding his bic Scotty's parents Joanna Simmons His grandmother mons, also lives in nllU t r Heather Deal and Matthew Echard jump rope during Friday's Jump Rope Show at Glenville School. The show included all 1-6 grade student the instruction of Mrs. Milliken and 7-8 grade directed by Mrs. Peters. Reading Week was celebrated at Sand Fork Elemen- tary with several activities November 13-16, highlighted by Story Book Character Day on Friday. November 16. Two winners were selected from each grade k-5. They in- cluded: April Sprouse-Tin Man, Charles Selman-Hiawatha (kindergarten); Laura Nicholson-Strawberry Short- cake, Robert Crause (first grade): Kevin Pritt-King of Hearts, Robin Rollyson-Little Red Riding Hood (second grade); William Nickee Sprouse-Ca (third grade); Pocahontas, Debbie of Hearts (fourth Crystal Wiant-Sl (fifth grade). Other ac throughout the Poetry Day, Door and a movie Fern Grows." Awards were the Reading Club at assembly on Friday, 16. On Friday, November 16. Tan- ner School celebrated National Children's Book Week with a reading button day. Students, teachers and staff designed buttons to emphasize reading. Buttons were Judged for originality. The winners were: first grade-Emary Frymier (Reading -Books Is Fun!): second grade- Shamae Lawson (Reading knocks us off our feet): third grade-Tara Lawson (Read everyday and let your imagina- tion soar!): fourth grade-Ben Powers {Space out on books):, fifth grade-Carlena Roberts (I like books and some boys); sixth grade-JanJmtte Bennett (Dig in to reading books); seventh grade- Danny Lott {Read s take a look and turnl in your mind): and Bobby Wade man). All participants bookmark. plastic book bag "Books Are Best In addition. Children's Book celebrated with change, Jelly Bean reading and dividual classroom Thomas Jefferson's writer of the pendence was not until it was pub er in 1784. S For Your Friday - Saturday