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The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, February 6, 1990 7A Huntington Marshall University (MU) awarded 488 graduate and undergraduate degrees for the fall semester which ended December 8, according to the marshall Registrar's Office. The degrees will be conferred by MU President Dale F. Nitzschke during the university's 153rd commencement ceremony scheduled Saturday, May 12. Eighty-nine master's degrees were earned by students in the Liberal Arts had 69 students 1990 UHS Alumni Reunion anyone who attended UHS, parents complete degree programs. Promises to be Best One Ever!of students present and past, Degrees were earned by 14 Wheels are turning and plans are spouses of' alumni and anyone who students in the College o( Science, being made for the 1990 All-Alumni has adopted UHS as their school. and by one student in the College of reunion for Union High School. A Plans are incomplete at this time Fine Arts. The Schoo$ of Nursing group of eight has been meeting at and help is needed to Obtain ad- granted one bachelor's degree and the home of Francis Pence, this dresses for alumni who have moved one associate degree. Thirty-tour year's president of the reunion, away. Plan to a~end the next meet- students completed the Regents The next meeting will be at Ms ing March 15, and,help Dorothy AI- Bachelor of Arts degree Pence's home March 15 at 7 p.m. ten, Freda Bostic, Edna Mae The Community College reported The committee urges anyone who is Burwell, Mary K. Duncan, Sue 72 two-year associate degrees interested in, or has an idea for the Miller, Francis and Liz Pence and earned by its students, reunion, to attend. Joyce Pritt plan your reunion. Graduate School. One hundred Marshall graduates from this area The Alumni committee is recog- seven students earned degrees in include David Bruce Martin, nizing as alumni, graduates of UHS, the College of Business, while the Lewisburg; Melissa Ann Wykle ............. Junior High School announces that Susan Reynolds (left)College of Education reported 100 (honors), Frankford; Meri B. Vance ( i [Renick, and Jennifer Withrow are Students of the Month for new graduates. The College of (honors), Rainelle. ~. Susan, a seventh grader is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy ISeneca Academy Honor Roll 1 Ilds of Frankford. Susan's favorite classes are English, Geog- !and Home Economics Her hobbies include the care of farm Renick Junior High Reunion Set iII and reading Travis,'an eighth grader is the son of Mr and Don Brewster, Principal of Se- Misty Bostic, Amber Huffman, pton Renick of'Frankford Travis participates in Basketball. His neca Trail Christian Academy, an- Nathan Scarbrough, Rachel Wick- classes are math and science. Travis s hobbies include The Renick Junior High Alumni by April 6. Make checks payable to nounces the following students ,are line, Amy Morrison; Grade 3, Jenny and fishing. Jennifer, a ninth grader is the daughter of Mr Committee would like to invite you to Renick Jr. High Alumni Assoc. and being recognized for their academic Wallace, Joy McGuffey; Grade 5, [8 Darrell Withrow of Unus. Jennifer participates in cheerlead- the First Renick Junior High Reun- mail to Debbie Sponaugle, P.O. achievement by being placed on the Mandy Mayse, Wanda Fitzgerald, pal, FHA and track. Her favorite classes are, algebra, American ion Friday may 11, 7 p.m. at Renick Box 43; Renick 24966 or Teresa honor roll for the second quarter of Cod Wallace, Joshua Workman; Junior High School. Johnston, P. O. Box 46, Maxwelton the 1989-90 school year: Grade 1, Grade 9, Gloria Lemons; Grade 11, L, home economics, and English. Jennifers hobbies include All ninth grade graduating 24957. ~the piano and running. The entire staff congratulates these c asses of Renick from 1961 Other activities already planned Sarah White, Tina Crews, Caleb Rebecca Eberle,Jacqueline Allen, Price, Franky Wood; Grade 2, Caleb Tameran Hinkle. IN on their accomplishments. through 1986 are invitedto attend, for this week-end are: Friday May Workman, Christopher Blackburn, i There will be a $6 per person/11, Open House at Renick Junior $10 per couple charge to cover en- High; Saturday May 12, An Alumni tertainment and refreshments. The Hometown Celebration including pa- charge is necessary "to provide a rade, games and crafts. Anyone night that will be enjoyed by all," ac- interested in helping, please contact cording to Reunion Coordinators. your class representative. All help To give the committee time to will be appreciated. Be sure to in- complete all arrangements, all clude your name, address, atten- alumni interested in attending dance year, and your telephone should submit their registration fees number when you send your regis- tration. of Students Starts Humana would like you to meet someone special, Steven A. Issenberg, M.D., Ear/Nose/Throat specialist. We are pleased to welcome Steven A. Issenberg, M.D., We hope you will join us in ....... + During the month of February, will consist of pure tone to the medical staff ot Hu- welcoming Dr. tssenberg to our the Greenbrier County school measurements and a test of middle mana HOSDital - Greenbrier area', Helooks forward to system will conduct speech- ear function. Any child found to have w...,~,, n-- i.... ~.^... v.;., meeting and getting to know language, hearing, and vision problems w,th hls or her ears will be v,a.,,oy~ .~,. ,o~,,,u~,.~, ..,o .+ eachofyou. ' ....... e" ""s on all out of state rescreened within 21 da"^ "rL'e wne Mar.yn ano me~r two |t you are in neeo o+ nis services : " - "" '" F"':"i" "n Ra"h"l please catl for an appointmenl a! ~, ~ i students who have transferral" into vision screening will consist of~.~ u ~=m, u.L, d d U L. ~ . 647-3102 ~: I ~~ West Virginia since September, testing distance, visual acuity, eye recently moved to the ........ I , ~ , 1989. These screenings will allow alignment, and external inspection. Greenbrier Valley from l~k Junior High School announces that Tracy Pack (Left) Julie I the county school system to id.entify Parents of children found, to need Rhode Island where he was ~,and Melinda Workman are Students of the Month for Novem- I students who may nave wslon, turther examination in hearing, ...... ~.... ,... +, ......... m .. -= ~?;:er. Tracy, a seventh grader is the son of Mr and Mrs RoyI hp:o~;Je~gs, OhichP::u?:-~ff3gut~te v~ffit~lor speech-language w,II be ,.p,c=~uucmu,,,mtuuny~cu~ =~uIl~31rkl.~pllr, al tc nick Tracy will participate in track. His favorite classesl " r~, | ..... reenbrierVal peOgranhv "=,~ m=th =ha band Tracv's hobbies include collect-I ability to benefit from classroom Parents who have questions oru~. , senoerg ~s now estaD- . ..... "va l~ks ,~--'-',"'); .... ":[ .... =" .... "_ ...................... ,.. I instruction object to having their children fishing a solo, private prac- r.u. cox 4"// h . m uuseOall cares, runnmg, llSnlrlg arlO ~vu UXpIuHmmy. cue,c% I " ID........~. --..+..~ t^."~l el.dO'let ~ghth grader is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Dennis Hanna of[ The speech-language screening screened should notify the principal tice of Ear/Nose/Throat at ,.u, ,,.=,,,,..,=, ,,, =..7,u ~ford j.,m .... ...=,,~,.~ m,, ~,~=,~on ~ .... ,=hoe Math Field Day ~ will sample how well the students of their child s school. For further Grevrock Professional Park 304.647.44| | =',Aca '''~ ~" ...... ~" ....... nd";; ..........' "" pronounce words, express information, please call either Linda ~. ' Humn.a'bdng!ngthehumon ~' demm Olympics. a on Office Staff. Her favorite l ........ Davis Stuart Road n Fa rlea bemgmne~l,nfothehond, l~s in,.h,.~.....+-~..~..,+~ w.~++ v+..,=n=o h==tnru end science I themselves, and understano wnat ~s r~e=son at 647-6483 or ~'at Withrow of aphy$icion , .-,,.u,= =,,, ,,==,.,, .,..o..,.~, ........... ~' -'" " ' ' t 64 6 |'m he=. .......................... ., .... ,..--=.... I said to them The heanng screenmg a 7- 482 or438-8501 I II II I k.. .Jules Jncluoe running, smau~9, r=uu~~*.j m;u ~=w.......~. | " I " " rqa, a ninth grader is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jimmy Work- I I "t~Jl~=+ vnu dO is ~eV,/'S i L~t Renick. Melinda participates in Volleyball and Band. Her | I ...... . ~" . "+ . . | e Clan r ul ure to 1E~e Lt/]I.OUnlEatP- ~,~, sen are American History and Vocational Ag ic t -/ I m ['~a s hobbies are 4-H, volleyball and cooking. The entire staff | I Messenger! m 'atulates these students on their accompllshments. I! 647-5?24 I) _ ) \ .~- ~ =, " "'IC COME TO HONUA & NI55AI IICI IICI C I CI CI . 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