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6B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 27, 1990 Monroe Board Of Education Makes Personnel The Monroe County Board of Education met in regular session September 10, at Union Elemen- tary School. Delegations from parents who requested that their children be allowed to attend schools out of county or out of their school zones were heard. The Board asks that individuals making such requests appear before tile board as well as sub- mit a letter stating the nature of the request. Chapter I budget amend- znents and the Chapter II project were presented for approval. School Building Project (SBA) amendments were submitted and approved. The purpose of the SBA amendments is to pro- vide funds from State "Net" allot- ments to pay for gasoline tank removal and replacement. Out-of-state travel requests were approved for Paul Lovett to accompany students to the East- ern Regional FFA Tractor Driving Contest at Springfield, Massa- chusetts and for David Sable, Special Education Director, to travel to the International Early Childhood Conference in Al- buquerque, new Mexico. A job description for substi- tute Head Start Aide/Home Visi- tor was approved. An easement agreement to allow the place- ment of a guy wire on school property at Ballard by the local power company was approved, depending upon the supertntendent's approval. Work sessions for the Monroe County Board of Education were set for each Thursday preceding the regular board meeting which is still set for the first Monday of each month. Personnel action included: Transfer -- Sally Wallace. from Union High School, to Gap mills Chapter I Remedial Reading; Resignation -- Susan Ryan, girl's and boy's assistant basket- ball coach, Gap Mills School; On Dis' Employment -- Vocational Di- rector, Connie Bowles; Teachers -- Susan Spangler, Learning Disabilities, Gap Mills School; Christopher Booth. Physically handicapped, Union Elementary School; Hal Cochran. English, Peters,own High SchooK Substi- tute Bus Operators -- Timothy South, Earl Booth, Clyde Wat- son, Donny Bradley, Brlan Pence, Francis Pence; Substitute Teacher -- Sherry Baker; B. Ed- ward Via. Jr.; Extra-Curricular -- Sherry Baker. cheerleader sponsor for football, Peterstown High School. The next regularly scheduled work session will be held Thurs- day, September 27, 7:30 p.m. at Union Elementary School. The regular board meeting will be held there October 1, 7:30 p.m. Special Session The Monroe County Board of Education met in special session on September 17 at Union Ele- mentary School, Student trans- fer requests were approved. A Contract Services Agreement was approved for John Ostran- tier to provide computer services for a contract period of 150 days. Author atlon was given to the President of the Board and the Superintendent to negotiate for the purchase of land near the site of the proposed consolidated high school. Approval was given for the modtfled speculative drawings of the proposed high :h:! Charles Ayers accepts award from Larry Mueller, President of ABB Process Analytics. Charles Ayers At Process Analytics Recently at ABB Process Aria- lyrics, Larry Mueller, president, announced the selection of Charles Ayers as Employee of the Month for August 1990. Charles Ayers, a twenty-nine year employee, has been recog- nized for his professional exper- tise and support to the Engineer- Ing Department and his dedica- tion and loyalty to ABB Process Analytics. He Is Manager Engi- neertng Systems In the Engi- neering Department. Mso. Char- les Is very active In his church and many civic organizations In the community. ABB Process Analytics is a unit of Asea Brown Boveri Inc., a Stamford. Connecticut based company with 215,000 employ- ees worldwide. ABB acquired Combustion Engineering in January 1990. Delta Kappa Gama In Rainelle school for presentation to the WV School Building Authority. year for the Society with 47 pres- The Superintendent was author-, ent. President Mary Relihan wel- ized to commit up to 10% of the corned everyone. Chairman on cost of the project by the Monroe County Board of Education through the use of State "Net" monies and other funds. A resignation was accepted from Barbara Desldns, substi- tute cook. --- Baskets At Organ To cash in on the educational benefits that the "Basket Bo- nanza" Workshop sponsored by the Greenbrler County Extension Homemakers will offer, plan to Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society met in the fel- lowship hall of Ralnelle United Methodist Church September 8 for the initial meeting of a new Baskets of every description, used for a multitude of jobs in the homes of Greenbrler Valley Extension Homemakers will be featured Friday, September 28, at the Organ Cave Community Building at 10 a.m. when each of the 22 Extension Homemakers Clubs of Greenbrler County will present "show-hows" on the many "marvels" of the use and construction of baskets for every Imaginable task around the home. be the guest of the Organ Cave, Tranquil Trail and Cornstalk Clubs for a morning coffee along with a luncheon of salads and Initiations, Mildred Mien and Vickl Reed, conducted the formal initiation ceremony for five new members. State Alpha Phi Presi- dent. Billie Jean Hutsenpiller, along with Betty Johnson, Linda Spencer, Sue King, and Mildred Allen were the team who gave in- formation and charges to the ini- tiates. Pianist was Alma Hogsett. The initiates and their escorts were: Genevieve W. Friedman and Margaret Shanklin; Susan J. Hutsenpiller and Vivian Crane; Debra Leach Kilcollin and Phyllis Myers: Martha E. McClung and Mta W. Fox: Glee L. Nutter and Barbara A. Hall. Each new member was pre- sented a red rose bud with their certificate and application lbr the key pin. A welcome was ex- tended to each Initiate by the so- ciety members as they sang the desserts -- (persons with larger Delta Kappa Gamma song led by appetites are advised to pack a Vicki Reed. sandwich). Irma Powell gave Invocation before a luncheon was served by the cooks of the Woman's Soci- ety of Rainelle United Methodist Church. Following the luncheon and social hour, President Relthan called the meeting to order for the business session and pro- gram. She announced the Alpha Phi State Convention "Golden Anniversary" to be held May 17- 19, 1991 in Huntington. A com- mittee, chaired by Mildred Allen and co-chairman Debra Ramsey, was appointed to create an Iota Chapter banner. Available Schol- arships were announced by State President, Billie Jean Hut- senpiller. Iota Chapter Year- books for 1990-92 were pre- sented to members. The hostess, composed ol Mary Frances Ripley, Sarah Lee Neal, and Jean Carol Farren, provided door prizes and gave favors. The program consisted of a slide presentation, moderated by Vena Persinger, on "Delta Kappa Gamma Orientation." It con- tained the meaning, purposes, history and heritage, responsi- bilities and obligations of mem- bership, program focus, scholar- ships and educational grants available. The projector was op- erated by Catherine Relihan. 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Freezing tempera- tures are just around the corner, and my terracotta pots can't re- main on the patio. As my hus- band reminds me often, I have too many. Too many to water. too many to store, too many to know what to do with. This spring I planted some of them with blue lobelia, silver dusty miller, white browhalia, some with nasturtiums, and some with blackeyed Susan vine and morning glory. Please don't ask me to justify my color combina- tions. Anyway, because all of these are annum boomers I have no decision to make about them. When the cold air kills them, I pull out the dead remains and stick the pots in the shed until next April. If I'm really industri- ous, I'll give them a good scrub- bing to kill all the bacteria before I store them, but most of the time I'm too lazy. The annuals aren't the problem; My other terracotta pots con- tain a small leafed variety of the purest red geraniums, and a variegated geranium with green and white leaves and pale pink blooms. In two wallhanglng pots I keep asparagus fern and trail- ing ivy that has grown thick and luxuriant by September. I have two four year old orchids, three red amaryllis, and some odds and ends. The Boston Fern, the three Christmas cactuses. You understand my problem -- I can't throw them away. but I re- ally have no room for them. Someday I'm going to have one of those glorious sunrooms. You know, glassed in, sky-lit, tile floored, where I can have full- sized trees if I want. But for now and the table fill up Inn hang the two breakfast room, the in the family room. I know where I'm going rest of them. For looking pitiful in the the kitchen floor. Every year I say l'rrt to go through it. just the space that'S lem, it's havin to winter, off shaking the the ferns, watering, ing, feeding. through the dorma phase until it's patl~ Nursing isn't the culties wintering-over The whole process Is Dead, sticky things spider webs in the ter spills, furniture orchid that doesn't cember despite instructions. Every am not going to do again, and every year simply can't throw or away. I can't give up 01~ Every summer tla brown Boston Fern ary turns brigh bushy again. amaryllis skyrockets its beauty Into the brittle asparagus fern limply from the ceiling will have furry June. Sometimes the will bloom a bloom pel winter blues. I'm not recommended anyone. The hassle is and the time it takes lives is too demanding' fool enough to out your plants at I have the bay window with itsend. Please don't two foot ledge. 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