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November 8, 1990

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X)L Day rup 1S )at sad )le ~at ast Milk Alderson Elementary School Breakfast and Lunch Menu for November Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 13 Cream of Wheat Tacos Lettuce/Tomatos Cheese Scalloped Potatoes Brownies -- Pears Milk 2O Cheese Toast Juice, Milk Turkey/Dressing Mashed Potatoes Gravy Buttered Peas Bread, Milk 16 Sausage Biscuit Applesauce, Milk Chili, Carrot & Celery Sticks Peanut Butter Sandwich Spiced Apples Cookie 27 Scrambled Eggs Biscuits, Milk, Applesauce Fish Squares Macaroni & Cheese Mixed Vegetables Apple Crisp/Topping Milk 14 Pancakes, Bacon Juice, Milk Chili Coleslaw Peanut Butter Sandwich Fruit Jello Milk 21 Thanksg 17 Pancakes/Syrup Juice, Milk Tacos Lettuce, Cheese Tomatos Baked Beans Fruit Jello, Milk 28 Cereal, Juice Toast & Jelly Sliced Ham Mashed Potatoes Mixed Greens Pineapple Slices Rolls, Butter Miilk 15 Oatmeal, Raisins Juice, Toast Hamburgers/Buns Lettuce, Pickles Baked Beans Pears Milk 22 ving Break -- NO S( 18 Cheese Toast Juice, Milk Bar-B-Q/Buns French Fries Coleslaw Mixed Fruit Cake, Milk 29 Sausages, Juice French Toast Sticks Bar-B-Q/Buns French Fries Coleslaw Peaches Cookies M~k 16 Cereal, Banana Juice, Milk Pizza Scalloped Potatoes Tossed Salad Fruit Cup Spice Cake, Milk 23 :HOOL 19 Scrambled Eggs Toast, Juice Turkey/Gravy Mashed Potatoes Buttered Peas Peaches Bread, Milk 3O Blueberry Muffin Juice, Milk Pizza Scalloped Potatoes Tossed Salad Fruit Jello Milk Size Ply PRICE PtS$/S0R13 41~.N PtlIS/10R13 4"1.95 PtI$/IOR13 iT.IS PlI$/IOR13 48.1S PllS/75R14 $O.|S P195/75R14 S2.IS P205/75R14 H.IS P205/75Rt$ 17,tS P21S/TSR15 82.96 P225/75R1 IS.IS P235/75R15 IS.IS P235/75 R15 T I .IS XT RENEGADE IT RENEGADE S0 Series 70 Series Steel-belled all Steel-I~lled ell season rad,II season radial "S'Speed rated "'S" Speed,ated YEARS P155/80R13 GUARANTEED 6O, OOO MILES OR 3 YEA RS SIZE P165/80R13 P175/80R13 P185/80R13 P18575R14 P195/75R14 P205/75R14 P205/75R15 P225/75R15 P235/75 R 15 P215/BOSR14 P185/70R13 RWL GUARANTEED 50,000 GUARANTEED 50,000 MILES OR3 YEARS MILES OR3 YEARS SIZE SIZE P235/60SR14 P 185/-/0SR14 P245K:>OSR14 P195/70SR14 P235/60SR15 P205/70SR14 P215/70SR14 P245/60SR15 P225/70SR15 P275~OSR15 P235/70SR15 P215/65SR15 P255/70SR15 155SR12 GUARANTEED 4O, OOO MILES OR 3 YEARS SIZE LT235/75R15 PLY ROWL PLYROWL 8 PLY BLK 9.501:11 6.5 PLY BLK OIL, LUBE & FILTER | '18" BRAKES FRONT OR REAF I s44" I Install New Disc Pads Or I Shoes I, Check Hydraulic System I I Most ArT~Ican And Some Impo~l Cars Serd - Metallic I Pads $15.00 Extra Appointment May Be I Necessary m m m m =,m & m m m ,=,- =,,-- J ALIGNMENT . '2195 z I I *5 OFF n Most Cars II REGULAR PRICE I Trust Angle II II Alignment | I s34" I PLY BLK CENTER =A, W.VA. "6610 T|res, " Monday-Friday 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM Saturday 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM Free Tim Rola#on Every 5~00 WkNk On~ Me~o 25 ~vet You A Wl~rm,Ay On Price And Mileega. See Us For Del~ls MILEAGE WARRANTIES ARE UMITED AND WILL BE ADJUSTED ON A PRORATA BASIS USING CURRENT PRICES. The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 8, 1990 5B State First In Nation To Require 'Parenting' Classes For Youth West Virginia recently became the first state in the country to require at least one semester of "parenting" education be offered in every high school, according to Maudie Karickhoff, assistant professor of home economics at Marshall University, who served as the director of curriculum de- velopment for the program. A 1988 state Legislative man- date in Senate Bill 255, the child abuse bill, established that "par- enting" be implemented in West Virginia by the fall of 1990. The West Virginia Board of Education responded by requir- Ing that at least one semester of "parenting" be offered tn the home economics program in ev- ery high school in the state. Marshall University and the West Virginia Department of Education worked in coSperation to develop the program being of- fered. Ms Karickhoff served as direc- tor of the project and editor of the curriculum. Twenty home economics teachers from throughout the state served as a steering committee and devel- oped materials which were in- cluded in the course curriculum. The course includes three ma- jor areas of focus: encouraging students to delay "parenting" until they are physically, emo- tionally and financially ready for it; development of skills and atti- tudes needed for nurturing and guiding relative to children's food, health, play and discipline needs, and developing and utiliz- ing family and community/so- cietal resources for optimizing "parenting." "Research Indicates that effec- tive parenting skills can be learned and the public school system provides the greatest op- portunity to deliver such a pro- gram to the maximum number of students," according to Robin White, state supervisor of home economics education. Approximately 200 teachers received two days of inservice training in "parenting" and the use of the critical thinking, prob- lena solving approach to teaching and learning. "Although the course is not a graduation requirement, it is an excellent program and a definite move in the right direction," said Ms. Karickhoff. "We would like lot parents, interested persons and community groups and or- ganizations to get involved and support this important project which has such promise for pre- venting child abuse and enabling future parents to do their Job in a more competent manner." Debra Kllcodlln from Green- brier East High School partici- pated as a member of the steer- ing committee. Answer To Last Week's Super Crossword. A new Crossword Puzzle appears Every week in Mountain Messenger. Lewisburg PTO Nears Fund Go~ "In just one month, the Lewis- burg Elementary-lntermediate Schools PTO has almost achieved its fund raising goad of $16,000," according to fund rais- ing chairman, Martha Hilton, at the organization's meeting, Octo- ber 15. To date, more than $15, i00 has been pledged. Mo- nies raised will be spent on sup- plies and equipment for the two schools. The winning classes {those who had the highest per- centage of responses) were Martha Londeree {215%): Wanda Dolln (185%) ; and Pat Hanson (174%). These classes will re- ceive cash prizes which may be spent for their activities equip- ment or projects. Dexter and Cyndl Taylor co- chaired the meeting, which fo- cused on the anti-drug program which has been implemented at the Intermediate School. This international program brings specially trained police officers into the classroom to help the students learn how to build self esteem, to recognize and resist peer pressure in its many forms, to say "NO", and to become aware of the consequences of us- Ing drugs or behaving in other antisocial ways. This approach was developed In 1983 by the Los Angeles Police Department and has been successful throughout the country in teach- ing students how to deal effec- tively with the problem they must face dally as young adults. Lewisburg Police Lieutenant Dan Fisk is responsible for the local program, with the full support of Chief Richard Weilde. Any par- ents interested in learning more about the program may contact the school or police department an~ may attend any session in the classrooms. Door prizes for this month's meeting were two pumpkins do- nated by Fairlea Produce. Dwight and Ruth McKinney won the 19" color television which had been donated by Fayette Home Center. The November meeting of the PIY) will be held Monday, No- vember 19 at the Intermediate School and will include a musi- cal program given by the stu- dents. White Sulphur Springs Elementary School Breakfast & Lunch Menu for November Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday , , , Friday ......... 12 VETERAN'S DAY !t0 SCHOOL 19 13 14 8 Poptarts, Juice, Milk, Cereal Hot Dogs, Slaw Potato Salad Apple Crisp Milk 26 Cream of Wheat Juice, Milk, Cereal Fish Sticks Macaroni/Cheese Fried Apples, Biscuit Milk 2O French Toast Sticks w/syrup, Juice, Milk, Cereal Turkey/Gravy Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Pumpkin Pie Roll, Milk 27 Cinnamon Toast Juice, Milk, Cereal Spaghetti, Salad Mixed Vegetables Rice Krispie Treat Roll 21 28 NO SCHOOL Biscuit, Baked Bologna Juice, Cereal, Milk Vegetable Soup, Grilled Cheese Pickel Chips, Ice Cream Cookie, Milk 15 COOK'S CHOICE 22 THANKSGIVING DAY 29 NO SCHOOL 9 Cheese Toast, Jiuice, Milk, Cereal Country Fried Steak Mashed Potatoes Green Beans, Pears Roll Milk 16 Creamed Turkey on 'roast, Juice, Milk, Cereal Pizza, Salad, Corn, Rice Pudding Milk 23 NO SCHOOL 3O Peanut Butter and Graham Cracker, Juice, Milk, Cereal Hamburgers, Potato Wedges, Baked Beans, Fruit Cup Milk COOK'S CHOICE Bagels wMam, Fruit Cereal, Milk Pizza, Salad, Peas Cookie Milk Pizza Toast, Juice, Milk, Cereal Brown Beans, Hash Browns, Spinach, Ice Cream Coprnbread Milk Doughnuts, Juice, Milk, Cereal Ham, Scalloped Potatoes, Green Beans Rice Kfispie Treats Biscuit, Milk Lynn Smith, M.D. Dorris Ragsdale, M.D. Michael Barri, M.D. Steven Walter, M.D. Announces new office hours at the White Sulphur Springs location Mon. & Fri. 10:30 - 4:00 Tues. & Thurs. 9:30- 4:00 Wed. 10:30 - 12:00 Call 536-1014for an appointment Business Office Opens at 8:30 am Baker Family The family of Clyde (Hoochie) Baker would like to thank all of the friends, loved ones, and all of the churches who had hlm on their prayer lists, for their prayers and support during hls illness. God Bless each and ev- eryone from the bottom of our hearts. Thank you, Hoochie Baker and Family NEED A NEW ! Chevy, Oldsmobile, Subaru, Geo or Cadillac? Call Larry Butler at Alleghany Motors ......... 1-703"962"2274