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4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 13, 1990 Lewisburg Junior High School Honor Roll Grade 7 3. I Sarah Moloney 4.0 Jeremy Dove Sara Nickell Matt Bordas Sorena GoodeU Melanie Nothern Stacey Copeland David Kincald Amy Robinson Crystal Dale Christi McMillion Kim Workman Garianne Cunningham Tonya Rlher Karen Fort S. Simmons 3.6 Melanle Humphreys Nathan Turner Lori Anderson Mary Katherine Lewis Dawn Wiseman Crystal Blackburn Lara Nunley Kristen Woods Joey Jackson Reid Matheny 3.9 3.0 Nlcole Floyd KathyBoone Karl Frame Jennifer Price Angle Walkup ~ry Baxter Jonathan Collins 3.5 Meredith Moran 3.4 Grade 9 4.0 Sarah Cayanus Rebecca Hartman Jason McClure Leah Smith Emily Thomas 3.5 Kristine Anderson Stephanie Baldwin Ross Bolen Craig Brown Stephanie Hedrick Jerri Ann Asbury Leslie Jones Sara Ream Kelly Rose Maria Robards Donna Ttmmas Rene Humphrey Doug Lowe 3.9 Kristina Detch Elana Moore Ashley Greenstreet Jennifer Jones Ginnie Morgan Jenny Honaker Jennifer Lemons Devin Preston Andrea Napier Chad Sheets Brian Sheppard Brea Sar~ Yell Cynthia Crigger Jodi Beverage Elizabeth Wilson Grade 8 . Richy Ednacot 3.8 Doug Branch Mark Wise 4.0 Ebonl Fondern Heidi Aboushama CatTle Burris Jenny Boxwell Robbie Glasser Karen Lockhart Chasity Chipley 3.7 William Eilers Kerr}, Mankins Jason Long Scan Goodwin Julie Garner Allen Gomez Jonas Peters John Grim Judit Mann Christopher McClung Christine Hinkle Geoff Pdchards 3.7 Correy McQude Jennifer Runyon Margaret Kelley Kurtis Russell James Childers ~ Angle Mclntire Mary I. Walker Amy Guills Damion Patterson :2 3.6 Susan Meadows Russell Hoover Jemel Samuels l\amla Barnes Melissa J. Taylor3.3 Robyn Jones Hope Wykle " Josh Duncon Melanle Ward Cheryl Burns Julia Kowal David Smith Dawn Campbell Erika Pi~iff ~ Tangle Windon 3.9 Chris Ratllff Rebecca Rein'ode Carrie Warren L Mark Van Buren Todd Dankmeyer Amy Turley Laurice Smith 3.2 Cheryl Walkup Becky Tamea Marc'ie Patton Conner We~terik Jenny Wonyetye John Yoklavich 3.8 3.1 Christina Michael Andy Carson Marissa Neel Jeremy Fauber Sherry Pauley Heather Honaker Gayle Napier 3.7 3.0 AAmee Bo s Mary C. Boswell l~eeBohmstedt ather Hlnkle Casey Lemley Jennifer Martin 3.6 Matt Baldwin Alexis Bohernstedt Jessica Cain Benjamin Carson Jennifer Cock_rell Damara Gomez Helen Shapira Sarah Tate 3.4 - T.J. Cockrelt Andrea Mossburg 2 Chris Robards 3.3 Thomas Bohrnstedt Isaac Gaines Sarah Jollffe David Morgan ...... Jenniler Painter IAsa Redden ~ Brian Smith Molly McDade Daniel Freeman Melissa Morgan Earl Nida 3.4 John Goins Cathleen Hanson Anthony Kesterson Sheila Scott 3.3 Dawn Banion 3.2 Rebecca Atkinson Sandy Behnont 3.1 Brian Hall Angela Hughes Mark McClung Gary Morgan Courtney Re~'ode Anna Ruby Heather Shafer Jamie VanHoy Steven Whitt 3.0 Mike Adwell Stacy Barnett Heather Huffman David Smith David Williams .... Dr David Hufford Presents Seminar Celebrates Education Week David L. Huf.ford, Ph.D., asso- ::: elate prol;essor of microbiology at the West Virginia School of Os- : teopathic Medicine presented a .... seminar at the Anaerican Society for Medical Technology Region 1V annual meeting in Lexington, Kentucky. November 1. 7: Dr Hufford's presentation, "Sense and Nonsense in Clinical Mycology" was a review of labo- ratory strategies for the diagno- .... sis and management of human :2 fungal tnlections. It Included a discussion of the expanding role of fungi as causes of human dis- ..... ease. The seminar was part of a .:2 three-day conference designed to provide continuing education for :::- racticing medical technologists md clinical laboratory scientists. Janlce Glasser (rear) visited her son Norman's kindergarten class November 15 as part of Lewisburg Elementary School s observance of National Education Week. At the table are Carrie Brown (left), Tho- mas Hopkins, Norman Glasser, Mrs Glasser, and Mary Rennie Rowe. "Educating Everyone Takes Everyone, was the theme of the Novem: bar 11-17 observance at the school, which included recognition of support personnel and faculty members by the Parent Teacher Or- ganization; lunch for employees of Greenbrier Valley National Bank, the school's "partner in education"; and other programs conducted by Individual classes. I@@ If you think about it, one of the most valu- able gifts you could ever give someone you love is safety or better health care. That's why Greenbrier Respiratory Care would like to suggest the gifts we feel are practical and very useful as special caring gifts... BATHTUB SAFETY RAILS ADJUSTABIAE BATH BENCHES GRAB BARS WALKERS CANES FIRST AID KITS HOME BLOOD PRESSURE KITS * THERMOPHORE HEATING PAD " lAP TRAYS Give a gift of health and safety... We're always here to help you- @ SERVICES Hinton, W$ 'a. Faidea, W.Va. Rainelle, W.Va. t~ Ph.: 466-0:.3 Pb.: 645-6351Ph.: 438-7911 Hr.. 8:30..,.,,I} Hrs.: 7:.'t0-5:00 Hrs.: 9:00-5:00 David Londeree left, receives instruction from Andy Anderson, super- visor, on operating ABB Process Analytics' newest Computer Aided Design terminal. David Londeree, Student Works At Local Plant David Londeree, a student at Greenbrier East High School is tile third student to participate in the Student Work/Study Pro- gram at ABB Process Analytics. This program is a result of a joint eflbrt between Greenbrier East and AAB Process Analytics management. It is iniended to expose students to an employ- ment situation in Design and Drafting. David will spend four hours a week in the Design/Drafting De- partment studying and partici- pating in everyday engineering activities as well as the blueprint and photo lab areas. At the end of the school semester, he will receive a certificate for success- ful completion and valuable work experience. Greenbrier East Clubs Name New Officers Officers have been selected lot the Academic clubs at Green.- brier East high School (GEHS), according to an announcement by Charles Carney, principal. "These clubs," Mr Carney ex- plained, "are support and co- curricular groups which add to the academic environment at East." Art Club president is Chris White with Nathan Arbaugh, vice president; Mary Evans, secretary and Jay Shelton, treasurer. In the Computer Club, James Petit is president with Mark Persin- ger, vice president and Sara Loudermilk, secretary-treasurer. Missy Adwell is president of the Distributive Education Club of America GEHS chapter with Christiana Propps, vice presi- dent; Mecedes elements, secre- tary and Susan Costa, treasurer. The Drama Club has Amy Johnson as president with Laura Atkiss as vice president Anne Harvey, secretary-treasurer, The Future Business Leaders of America elected Brenda Clark- son president; Beth Brooks, vice president: Libbi Vance, secre- lary; and Stephanie Erskine treasurer along with Jamie Tolosa, reporter. The Future Hoinemakers of America chapter at East is headed by Becky Tan- her, president; Michelle Rock, vice president-projects; Jennifer Jenkins, vice president-pro- grams; Ernestine Enstminger. vice president-activities; Maxine Prince. secretary; Kasumi Yamamoto, reporter and Dee Cockran, historian. President of the French Club is Andrea O'Brien while Hatha Gable is president of the Science Club with Noel DeHaven serving as secretary-treasurer. The Spanish Club is lead by Michelle Piaster, president; Keya Barnes, vice president; Caroline Kelly. secretary and Jennifer Fried- man. treasurer. The Weightlift- ing Club is headed by Mary Bev- erly, president; Greg Church. vice president; Lori Perkins, sec- retary and Betsy Smith, treas- urer. Other Clubs which are in- cluded in the Academic Club day which is held monthly are the Fulure Farmers of Anaerica, Mu Alpha Theta math honorary. Natural Helpers. Quiz Bowl teams, Self Awareness groups and the GEHS chapter of Voca- tional Industrial Clubs of Amer- ica. nnn Take out a subscription to the Mountain Messenger Subscription Rates In State: $14.84 In State Senior Citizens $13.78 In State Students $11.13 (9 mos.) Out of State $15.00 Out of State Senior Citizens $14.00 Mountain Messenger 122 N. Court Street Future Farmers Scholarships Open Lewis,burg, WV 24901 Christmas gifts worth dashing through the snow for Some 583 separate scholar- ships are available to Greenbrier East High School (GEHS) Future Farmers of America (FFA) dues- paying members from the Na- tional FFA Scholarship program. The Scholarships total 'more than $715,600 a year. Barbara Blackburn, guidance counselor for GEHS, noted that some of the scholarships are also available to students al- ready in college. Applications for the National FFA Scholarships are available at the GE Guidance department. Deadline for applications for the scholarships is March 1. 1991. For a gift that'l[ create quite a buzz. try an insect brooch from gallou, in 14 karat goid. with diamond s and other precious stones. At East Special lmcrest Club for Greenbrier East High have been announced foI 91, according to Charles principal. "These clubs meet future explore hobbies and ests shared by the East students." Mr Carney s The Aviation Club is by Kent Redden, Weikle. vice president; Humen, secretary; S~ Church, treasurer. Chess officers include Eric president; Walter president; Eric Wright. t urer. The Christian Girls Club is lead by Michelle president; Cara president; Leighla Dillon, tary; Jessica Ozol, Sheri McCoy, chaplain; Doyle, historian; Lisa reporter-treasurer, j1 Chestnut is )resident Civil War with David Young, vice dent; Charlie Ridgeway, tary; Kevln Brant, Heading the Comic is Jason Morgan, preS James Petit, vice Nathan Arbaugh, secl treasurer. The Ec has Bridge Morrison, Lori Quick. vice Coffman. secretary; Sara treasurer: Candi Heather McCallister and Kersey as representatives, The Fellowship of Athletes has Steve Wilson' dent; Richard Banton, dent: Kevln O'Neal, Angle Zimmerman, Mary Beverly is presideN Interact Club with tor, vice president; Keia secretary; Cammie treasurer. The Junior Fire headed by Shawn president; Phillip president: Travis secretary; Matt BrookS, urer. Ashley Hampton dent of the Chapter of Students Drunk Driving (SADD) {rina Ferguson, vice Tammy Wonyetye. seC Julian Arbuckle, Spartan Spirit Mandy Jackson with O'Brien, vice president: Baker, Greenbrier East cha dent Action for is headed by Shelly dent; Michelle Gay, dent; Beverly Ellis, se Sarah Flippin, treasurer. Chris Long is preside Tennis Club with Hanna, vice president; Carter Tri-Hi Y has as officers Cook, president; minger, vice presidel~i; Young, ~ecretary; Beth treasurer; lain; Veronica Officers of lhe include Denny Moyer, Sammy Johnson, Other special at East include the Enrichment. Self Telecommunication Give Blo The West Vir Osteopathic M student osteopathic sociation, (SOMA} in with the local chapte American Red CrosS, 76 units of blood fro~ faculty and staff donors from the nity November 14. "I feel we had a turn-out," said Jacob president of SOMA. "1 thank everyone who blood and thank the who worked the drive to successful." CONTACT TH! 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