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December 20, 1984

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The Glenvi]le Democrat.Pathfinder 3 Continued from Page 1 ........................... GSC Holiday Closings ..................... Anonymous meets at 7:30 Mondays The offices, bookstore and facilities at Glenville State at the Summit Center on Mineral Road. College will close from 4 p.m., Friday, December 21, and will reopen at 8 a.m., Wednesday, January 2, in obser- _____ vance of ,.e .ew Jackson's" M;,;s"'i o; new cockbook rof e s of West Virginia 4-H ers, Extension Social Security Meeting Scheduled .......... and friends, is now available for holiday Social Security representatives will meet with Gienvile i The books are available at the county Exten- area beneficiaries and interested persons to explain the in Glenville, or from any 4-H Club or Exten- new taxation of benefit provision. The meeting is lb. Profits from the sale of the book scheduled for 10 &m., Thursday, December 27, at the the Grist Mill restoration project at Glenville Senior Citizens Center. state camp scholarships for 4-H'ers and homemaker clubs, Sand Fork Christmas Program ............. . Sand Fork Elementary will provide a Christmas Music Dismissal .................... Program, open to the public, Decmeber 19, at 1 p.m. in be dismissed at 2 p.m., Friday, December 21,the gymnasium. the holiday break. School will return to January 2, 1985. Program ................... is invited to attend a Christmas Program at Troy Elementary School, beginning at program will include plays by each of the and will feature the upper and lower grade by Miss Davisson and Mr. Brown. Library Holiday Hours ......... Public Library will open at 9 a.m. and close Monday, December 24, and December 31. will resume following the holidays. The Branch Library will be closed Monday, 24, December 31. Normal hours will January 2, 1985. Available .............. Scouts are selling wall calendars and These items make great Christmas more information, or to order, call evenings: Tanner Elementary Christmas Program ...... Students at Tanner Elementary School will provide a Musical Christmas Program December 20, at 1 p.m. Grades 1-4 will be directed by Miss Judy Davisson, and grades 5-8 will be led by Mr. Randy Brown. GED Testing at Career Center .............. The Calhoun-Giimer Career Center began its G.E.D. Testing Schedule, Monday, November 5. All GED tests given at the Career Center are taken during the regular school day, 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. The testing schedule is easy to remember "ALL GED TESTS AT THE CAREER CENTER ARE GIVEN ON THE FIRST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH THAT SCHOOL IS IN SESSION AND START PROMPTLY AT 8:00 A.M." Testing days are as follows: Jan. 7, Feb. 4, March 4, April 1, May 6, and June 3. Pre-register for the GED Test by phoning David White at the Career Center, 354-6151. Children's Christmas Party ...... Lodge 543 will hold a children's Christmas December 21, from 7-9 p.m. Refreshments, gifts will be available for children age age. Moose members, families and guests Santa Claus will be the night's special Moose Club will be closed on Monday and December 24-25 for the Christmas holiday. Game Club Meeting ............ r Creek Game Club will not meet this Saturday, 22, but will have their next regular meeting f 6, 1985, weather permitting. IChapel Christmas Program .......... Chapel will 'hold its Christmas Program at 7 p.m. Also, a gospel sing will be held mber 29, at 7 p.m. The featured group will r U0ys. Alfred Hickman, pastor. E ne iS Creek Church Christmas Program.. Ztmas Program will be presented Sunday, 23, at 7 p.m. at the Stewart's Creek Church. is welcome. Continued from Page I lib coach at Glenville State College where he obtained a master's from 1966-75. His 1973 GSC degree in physical education team was runner-up in the and education administration. NA.IA national playoffs. He also Hanlin then became coach at was head football coach at St. St. Marys, where he now Marys High School from resides. His son, Mike, was an 1957-66 and his 1963 team went all-state football and baseball undefeated, player at St. Marys, and this Hanlin's first coaching job season finished his career as .was at Tyler County High School quarterback at Morehead {Ky.) in Middlebourne, where he State University. coached football, basketball and Hanlin grew up on a farm at baseball from1953-55. Ben's Run, and is a 1948 After spending one year as an graduate of Sistersville High ass tant coach at , .s [and School in Ohio, ty "If = man could have half hil wilhel he would double his ~ouble$." Ben Franklin Superintendent Dr. Phil Alki_re is looking over blueprints of the Normantown Elementary renovation plans with Mick Gruss and Principal Joseph Motto. Safety is a big factor at Normantown Elementary during renovations. A roped-off walkway has been provided fe students, to keep them away from the Main Building in case there is any falling debris. Some said it wu u to be e kaded by poplKtrme. HARDWARE STORES Merry Chrim em All Our on Congratulations to last weeks Needed ....................... ers are urgently needed in Lewis and Gilmer to help people fill out their State and Federal VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) (Tax Consultant for Elderly). We will train at no You. Contact R.A. Bezrutch, Rt. 71, Box 10E, e, WV 2635 (462-5687), District Coordinator. Normantown Alumni Association L-T= Virginia Secondary School Activities Associa- honor the Normantown High School Viking L"qe Basketball Champions on their 40th anniver- the 1985 State Tournament, prior to the Class Pionship game, Saturday, March 23. The Nor- Alumni Association will have a reception from r= edthe Civic Center, Charleston, for all alumni s. Tickets for the Saturday night session may by contacting Bennett Stump, 1603 Park "rkersburg, WV 26101, by March 1, 1985. For "orrnation call 304-485-4256. Club Luminaria .................... of the Glenville Rotary Club will be selling Candles on Saturday, December 22, from 9 in front of the Trinity United Methodist candles are to be placed outside on Eve. Group sales are welcome. For more in- contact Rotary President Julian Sulgit at ID TIME CRS-SEC 3104 6:30 333-01 3404 6:30 311-01 3405 6:30 312-01 3408 6:30 358-01 3112 6:30 306,02 3126 6:30 380-01 3205 6:30 201-02 3207 6:30 301-01 3212 6:30 319-01 3215 6:30 338-01 3309 6:30 102-04 3129 6:30 201-01 3-529 6:30 124-01 3744 6:30 402-01 3749 6:30 211-01 3615 6:30 199-01 3623 6:30 299.01 3632 6:30 399-01 3143 6:30 117-01 3147 6:30 410-01 3836 6:30 105-01 3837 6:30 202-01 3250 6:30 375-01 3757 5:00 309-01 SPRING SEMESTER 1985 TITLE DAY Managerial Accting. M. Arts & Crafts T. Advanced Arts & Crafts T. Fine Arts Media & Methods W. Business Law M. PLI! 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 & Sim. M. Interviewing & Counseling TR. Basic Intervent. Meth. il 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 CR INST. LD-RM PC-104 03 Garrett 03 Scott AB-309 03 Scott AB.309 03 Roger' AB-308 03 T.B. But JrAB-307 03 Bass-- AB.307 CH.201 03 Jar 03 Nic)!s CH-101 03 p ipKs CH-001 03 LY-023 03 .ane AB.305 03 ,ahnak PC-105 03 Nagy EH-206 03 Disko SH-301 04 effelfingerEH-101 01 Jnderwood HB-153 01 Underwood HB-153 01 Und ood HB-153 03 Zinn AB-099 Smith AB-100 07 O'Brien AB-301 0 I Win.Roberts AB.301 Keaton CH-201 Bame SH-308 General Registration: January 9, 1985 Classes Begin: January 10, 1985 Cmh only The New College Credit for ITV CoureS Literacy." An Introduction to Computers (Computer Science 399-45) 3 credit hours The Money Puzzle (Economics 202-45) 3 credit hours Congress: We The People (Political Science 399.45) 3 credit hours Te Growing Years ( ychology 399-45) 3 credit hours The Ascent of Man (Science 399-45) 3 credit hours Family Portrait (Sociology 399-45) 3 credit hours You may register for ITV courses at your earliest con'nience" For more information con- tact: Mr. Joseph M. Hick'an 462-7361. ITV Coordina'r Glenville State pllege Glenville, WV6351 ;! i i~