"
Newspaper Archive of
Mountain Messenger
Lewisburg, West Virginia
Lyft
March 20, 1990     Mountain Messenger
PAGE 13     (13 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 13     (13 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 20, 1990
 

Newspaper Archive of Mountain Messenger produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




!1 --- Mrs Sawyers Burns Renee Fleshman Hamrick Hill Honaker Kashola me Nickell inia Redes USan Redes Walker 2 --. Miss Thomas rrest Bryant Burnett Dameron Davis Denise Coins Swinn |Edward Malcomb, Jr /e Martin Peal, Jr Perkins Scofield t3... Mrs Byars 'ne Ammermon Berry Lrd Boggs, III Fleshman Hill twn Legg Lytle Morris icole Rodgers Shown "" Mrs Jackson rew Byars lenour Coughlin rett Heimberg~r, Jr Holliday, Jr Martin Martin Martin Ir C, ollege Trainee ~r Community College two programs which in Lewisburg• Associate of Science and the Bache- in Criminal Justice ~. Along with the new a new instructor, Mr Hawthorne COUrses, police and relations and juvenile de- is originally from r area and s living there Jnding time in various is married and has son, Linville II. His reading, travel, and attended West Vir- where he re- of Science in ant and a Bachelor of justice. Through College of Gradu- received a Masters counseling. In is a gradu- Virginia State Police this he taught e. There he in self-defense and similar to those he is reenbrier Community has previous expe- enforcement field Y Sheriff in Raleigh said he "most deft- at the com- }nt plans are there and begin doctorate degree ; & INFORMATION 18 W.VA, Joshua Paul Parker Abby Gall Peal Grade 4 -- Mrs Thompson Rebecca Deanne Burns Shawn Kyle Hamrick Kristen Danielle Harless Amanda Sue Heimberger Alicia Rose Holliday Darrick Adam Morris Helen Ann Parker Paula Renee Posten John Todd Reynolds Catherine Meg Scofield Laura Ashley Tuckwiller Christopher Leigh Vannatter Grade 5 -- Miss Coughlin Bobbi Jo Carr Cynthia Roxanne Clay Candice Adell Degelds Brian Lee Gilkeson Robert Dwayne Hamrick Jason Scott Hanna Leonard Lee Holliday Johnathon Dewayne Parks Whitney Ann Posten Mandy Marie Tasker Grade 5 -- Mrs Londeree Melissa Christine Brooks Amanda Dawn Coins Sarah Elizabeth Coins Jeffery Ray Hanna Chad Everett Hinz Sybil Paige Hutsenpiller Dain Austin Riddle Jeremy Edward Shaw Chad Everett Redes Grade 6 -- Mrs Londeree Roberta Faye Helmick Jimmy Leod King, II Jerry Wayne Morris Gregory Wayne Tharp Grade 6 -- April Dawn Bennett Seneca Shawn Coughlin Tonja Jo Hanna Brian Keith Holliday Travis Marchel Hunter Carla Michelle Loudermilk Roamin' Roots Greenhouse, Smoot School's Partner In Educa- tion, provided pins and letters for all honor roll students. this fall. He mentioned the conven- ience of teaching night courses while he furthers his own education during the day. The instructor enjoyed his work in law enforcement but said the awk- ward hours and the dangers in- volved make him prefer teaching. He noted his support for striking fel- low educators. '1 think they are justi- fied in their actions." Monroe GED Tests GED Test will be administered at the Monroe County Vocational Technical Center at Lindside from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, March 24. The cost of administering the test to an individual is $20 per person per test setting• In addition, the fol- lowing conditions will be adhered to: there will be a minimum number of ten people needed in order to ad- minister the tests; the maximum number of people to which the tests can be administered at one test set- ting is fifteen; test fee must be paid in advance. All persons interested in taking the •GED tests, please contact Maury Johnson, GED Test Exam- iner, at the Monroe County Voca- tional Technical Center• Telephone numbers: 832-6724 or 753-9971 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays. DAYS Michael Sheridan Licensed Psychologist NIGHT FEARS Night fears and night terrors have re- ceived greeter attention recently in [he popular press. Clinically they are a form of sleep disorder that manifests itself at vari- ous points in adult life and is frequently made worse by stress. Sleep studies performed on patients experiencing this kind of sleep disorder show that these patients' bralnwave pat- terns are disrupted to the point that they seldom enter into a restful phase of sleep, Instead, sleep patterns tend to remain in dream-cycle stages for longer pedods of time than normal, Since [he patient never truly gets a restful night's sleep, dream material is frequently more stressful; the natural recovery process does not occur. While the causes of night fears are un- clear, there are a number of successful clinical treatments being used. With care- ful diagnosis and treatment, individuals suffering from night terrors can get signifi- cant relief, Call me. rll give you more information. Brought to you as a community service by.,, PSYCHOLOGICAl RESOURCES Confidential, professional Private Mental Health Practice Beckley 253-1836 Lewisburg 645-7455 We Bill Insurance 1-800-274-CALM Young Writers ra l Miss Wilson I Contest Winners Set In Greenbrier [Goes to SeminarI The judges' decisions are in. Greenbrier County Schools will April25 Crichton Abigail Wilson, 16-year-o. ld Monroe County has six students who will be recognized at the West Virginia Young Writers Workshop at the university of Charleston April 27. These county winners will receive certifica'ces of honor and will be guests of the university for lunch. Since these students have been chosen the best on the county level, their entries will now be entered for further competition on the state level. Each county is encouraged to enter writings by six students in the state contest• For grades 1-2, Chad Lewis Taylor won with his entry titled "Baby Big Feet's New Home." Chad attends Union Elementary School and is in the second grade. His teacher is Ann Jameson. April Weikle of Union Elementary won the 3-4 level. April's story was "The Math Book With Legs." April is in the fourth grade• Her teacher is Connie Copeland. The winner in the last elementary category was Zack Wells of Greenville School. Zack is in the fifth grade and his entry was "The Prince of Beckon." Christine Parker is his teacher. In the 7-8 grade level, Amy Dun- lap of Greenville School had the winning entry. Amy is in the eighth grade and her essay was called "Reflections." Amy's teacher is Chloda Crosier. Jason Pack of Pe- terstown High School won with his story, "Andy's Drawings." Jason is in the eighth grade and his teacher is Kaye Hines• The winning entry for grades 11-12 came from Kris Hank- ins who is in the eleventh grade. Kris' entry was "The Bedtime Story." Thomas Mann of Peterstown High School is his teacher. conduct registration for Kindergarten students who will enter school for the 1990-91 term. To enter kinder- garten, a child must be five years old before September 1. In compliance with state regula- tions, Greenbrier County School's speech and language therapists and nurse will conduct hearing, vision, speech and language screening during registration. Please take your child with you in order to complete the screening procedures. Parents should take the child's immunization record and birth ceritfi- cate. West Virginia state law requires that all children entering school for the first time be adequately immu- nized against measles, rubella, po- lio, diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, and must have a current tuberculin test. The following dates and locations will be used for registration. April 6 Alderson Classroom TV Viewing at Home Many parents, says the West Vir- ginia Educational Broadcasting Au- thority (EBA), are not aware the in- structional television programs that are broadcast on the state's public television stations during the school day can be viewed at home as well as in the classroom. The instructionally designed pro- grams are used by teachers as part Of their lesson plans and classroom activities and cover curriculum areas from early childhood through twelfth grade. A few examples from the 90 se- ries that can be seen, WSWP Chan- nel 9 Beckley, in the next few weeks The county judges for The Young deal with geographic areas of the Writers Contest were John Baker of,-United States for grades 5 through 8 Concord College, Mrs Pat Fick, on The American Legacy, sentence Dixie Hoke and Janie Patton• The Monroe County Board Office would like to thank these judges for.the time and effort they rendered to the task, of reading and judging entries• A special note of thanks also goes to the teachers, parents, prin- cipals and secretaries who typed the students' entries to prepare them for competition. Thanks to all those stu- dents who so thoughtfully put pen or pencil to paper. structure on The Write Channel for grades 3 and 4, and the concepts of Protein Synthesis, using computer animation, for secondary students. "Tele-lessons are more effective when viewed in school with a teacher present to conduct accom- panying classroom activities, but they make better home viewing for children than watching sensational talk shows or soap operas," com- mented EBA Executive Director Kenneth A. Jarvis. Williamsburg April 25 Smoot April 27 Rupert May 4 Lewisburg May 9 Rainelle May 11 Frankford May 15 Ronceverte May 18 White Sulphur Springs Head Start will also conduct reg- istration during the pre-enrollment dates and times. daughter of Dr and Mrs John Wilson of Lewisburg and a student at Greenbrier East High School in Fairlea has been selected to partici- pate in this year's Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation West Virginia Leadership Seminar from March 22 through March 25 at Jackson's Mill, near Weston. The Ronceverte Woman's Club, in addition to its many other commu- nity service projects, is dedicated to the ideals of development of leader- ship potential in area youth and in cooperation with the principal of the Fairlea School is pleased to sponsor Miss Wilson. Davis and Elkins College will once again host the Special Olym- pics State Basketball Tournament March 23-25. Basketball teams and cheerlead- ing squads from around the state have been training and competing in regional tournaments to earn a berth in the state tournament. Twenty- nine basketball teams will be com- peting in four different divisions in the double elimination tournament. Athletes will also be competing in the individual skills competition which includes rebounding, passing, dribbling and field-goal shooting. Fif- teen cheerleading squads will be competing for team trophies and to cheer on their teams during the three-day tournament. Competition wilt take place at Davis and Elkins gym as well as EI- kins Junior High School• The public is invited to watch the basketball ac- tion. For more information contact Kelley DeVol at the State Special Olympics office at 1-800-926-1616. Abigail Wilson The local competition was open to all high school sophomores. The criteria for selection consisted of evi- dence of emerging leadership abil- ity, cooperation with fellow human beings and sensitivity to the needs of others, ability to relate to new pur- suits and acquaintances and the desire to learn and share knowledge and experience with others• Miss Wilson expects to leave in July for a year in France under the "Youth for Understanding" an Inter- national Exchange Program. East Class of '85 Reunion Plans Debra Hoke At MarshaU U. Debra Hoke, daughter of Theda and Edward Hoke, Jr of Lewisburg has maintained high academic stan- dards and achieved honor grades at Marshall University. Sl'ie was named to the Dean's list at the College of Liberal Arts at Marshall University last semester. The Greenbrier East Class of 1985 is planning a five-year Reun- ion. Organizers need your help and ideas to make the reunion a fun event. An organizational meeting is scheduled for March 27 at 7 p.m. in Fellowship Hall of Old Stone Church, Lewisburg. Please attend, or call with your ideas. Addresses of classmates are also needed. Call Kathy Brackens- 645-4504, or Heather Hanson -- 645-3388, with your questions and comments, i When you like the Mountain Messenger PLEASE thank our advertisers FMIY ˘B(L FAMILY CAR YEAR SiMJG COMPACT 4x4 Starting At REDESIGNED FOR 1990 I Illl II / TRADE ANY OLD MOWER & CUT YOUR COST ON A NEW SNAPPER /rL : , -..- Starting At StartlnI At I 10S/ RB! OUt IN I1S SllUBg GET AT LEAST TRADE ALLOWANCE* maybe more, on yard tractors. Snapper yard tractors are built to do the job better and last longer. Choose from 12,5 to 18 hp models featuring disc- drive or hydrostatic drive. - Startlnll At • When you buy at regular retail price Notvalidwdhanyother promotion L.n~tone lrade-m per transachon At parhcipat=no dealers Hurry offer ends soon Yard tractor p~tured with optional twin bag catcller I~,t~1 Quol,ly ~ II~uDd on i~,obleml FROM YOUR TOYOTA DEALER 1121 S. Alleghany Ave. Covington, VA 962-8400 Salesmen: Wayne Lawson, Jeff Crawford, George Dobbs', Mel Anderson, Johnny Gordon MARTIN AND JONES, INC. 422 Edgar Avenue Ronceverte, W.Va. 647-5353