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2A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 20, 1990 IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT MATERIAL FOR I>UBLICATION: Articles submitted to The Mountain Messenger should be type- written or clearly written in order to be considered for publication. Please include your name and a telephonel number where you may be reached during business hours. The Mountain Messenger reserves the right to edit any material and regrets articles cannot be returned. Letters to the editor must include a full signature and address. If you would like a photograph returned, please provtde a self addressed, stamped envelope. is pleased to announce that Sal for Nq er 1990 Roger wishes everyone a Merry Christmas. You've been such special friends this year. Roger would like to take this opportunity to express how much he appreciates you. mil 645-2424 Virg" "56 Years Proud Because Promises Made Were Kept" i ,ill, ii i i i I lull I llllll I,,I I Scrambled Thoughts Of Winter Sleet and snow, North wind blows, Icy roads, Head colds. Window drafts, Pipes that freeze, Flu shots. Sneeze, sneeze, sneeze. Foot ball, Every channel, Long johns, Gowns of flannel. Rich foods, Country ham, Fruit cake Candied yams. Family dinners, Cook and bake, Over eat, Greenbrier County Board of Education News and Views from Chestnut Street By Bailey Tyler The Greenbrier Board of Edu- cation meeting on December 1 1 was sparsely attended. No dele- gallons had signed on to speak before the Board. In fact. the meeting was over in record time. The Board did go into executive session over an expulsion hear- ing for nearly 20 minutes. Upon their reconvening, the entire Board voted to expel the un- named student until the next school year. It was recommended and ap- proved by the Board that the li- braries at both of the high present a bond issue before the public and should the bond lail the investment firm and the at- torneys will not be paid a fee. However, if the issue passes, fees to pay both firms should not exceed $34,000. (estimated) When asked why these two firms were chosen over others interviewed. Mr Baldwin noted that Ferris, Baker, Watts sub- mitted the lowest bid, and Good- win and Goodwin, though not submitting the lowest bid, was highly regarded by the school systems they had worked with. Greenbrier School Changes A. Personnel Changes Resignations -- Frank Adkins, Principal, Elementary/Junior High; Johnson, substitute Violet M. Neal, Cook Ill, Elementary/Junior high; L. Tuckwiller, Coach, girls' Renick Junior High. B. Approval of tar Contract for 1990-91 Year James F. Dorsey, Coach, sistant boys' basketball, brier East High; Russe] Gilkeson, Coach, Belly ache. schools, Greenbrier East and The remainder of the agenda Greenbrier West High; Shovel snow, Greenbrier West, remain open dealt with personnel changes. G. Morgan, Coach, Body wom, one day a week after school which were approved by the ball, White Sulphur JuniorJ Hot soups, hours until 6 p.m., or until 5 Board. William B. Zopp, Coach, Pop corn. p.m. if no students are present. I am sure this will help those stu- Once official business was basketball, Rupert junior H Shop for gifts, dents who can not possibly get dispensed with, Mr Baldwin at- C. Approval of Substitute Hope to please, to the local library in their re- lowed Houston Arbuckle to sonnel for 1990-1991 sol Write cards, spective communities and those speak. Mr Arbuckle asked the Year s Substitute Teacher Bills increase, students whose class schedule Board to re-post vacancies as Sharon Byers, Charles Pay Xmas bills Then, -- relax--- Hot Hot Hol There's income tax Libby Dunaway Lewisburg. iiii Attention Senior Citizen Ronceverte Village Apartments Now Accepting Applications. 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ETR AM/FMlcassette, maroon 1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer dual power seats, power windows & door locks, Silverado, one owner 1988 Chevrolet One-Ton Truck 5.7 liter V8 engine, dual rear wheels, wooden bed. red 1989 Ford Mustang 2-door *LX" equip., 5 spd. Irans, air, AM/FMlcassette. 18,000 miles, red 1989 Chevrolet Camaro 2.8 liter v6, power window & door locks, AM/FM/cassette. T-Top, Black 1990 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight 4-door, 55/45 seat, power windows & door locks, ETR, AM//FM/Cassette additional $100 discount on I one of the above vehicles I Offer expires 12/31/90 M.M. I L--_-__________J ii $8900 $6800 $9500 $8200 $10,800 $9400 $9900 $8600 $11,800 $9900 $16,900 $14,200 Ask About Our Mechanical Repair Protection Plan and Our On-the- Spot Financing Capability during the school day allows them little or no time in the li- brary. Superintendent Stephen Baldwin noted that even though the Board would like to hire a librarian to staff these two posi tions, others will be considered. Approval for the site and boundary lines for the new jun- ior hlgh school was sought and received by the Superintendent with Jim Anderson voting against approval of the site. The site is composed of 31 acres and is located behind Humane Hos- pital. The Board then was asked to approve the use of the invest- ment firm of Ferris, Baker, Watts, of Charleston, and the firm of Goodwin and Goodwin of Charleston as bond counsel, in the near future the school will Last week's "Weekly Church Salute" contained an error con- cerning the location of the Fairlea Church of Christ. The church is located on Patrick Street. Buckle Up lfceaw llfc is ilJ grcad.'st gift this would allow substitute teachers to apply for these va- cancies. Once in a permanent position, these teachers would then be eligible for medical bene- fits and could see as much as a $1000 increase in their salaries. However, Mr Baldwin felt this would simply result in too many switches in teacher personnel for the elementary students and that for the most part, career teachers would simply switch, still not leaving positions open for the substitute teachers. The Board meeting ended on a very amicable note, just in time for the holiday season. At this time, 1 would like to wish you all the best this special , season has to offer. Please re- member the real reason for this season. Take out a subscription to the Mountain Messenger Subscription Rates In State: $14.84 In State Senior Citizens "$13.78 In State Students $I 1.13 (9 runs.) Out of State $15.00 Out of State Senior Citizens $14.00 Mou.ntain Messenger 122 N. Court Street Lewisburg, WV 24901 Let's savor the special moments of this loving season. MARTIN & JONES, INC. RONCEVERTE, W.VA. Lou Ella Lewis, Julia D. Abolishment of Effective 01-28-91 Teachers, Special SLD/Language, Itinerant E. Create Positions (1) Aide, (Classroom derson Elementary, VI-B ing; (i)Aide. (~ Greenbrier East High, Funding; (I) SI Pathologist, Itinerant. F. Re-employment Lisa L. Morgan, Teacher, mentary, Ronceverte G. Employments Kenneth W. Baker, erator, Supplemental Rout( Gbr. East to and Library at Return. Hours: 12:40 p.m. p.m.: John D. Bane, Music/Band, Smoot and Junior High; Hedrick, Teacher, Ele~e Ronceverte Elementary; beth Hunter, Teacher, tary, Smoot Eleme~a Stephen O'Neil, Teacher, Basic Education, ning. White SulphU: High. tingent upon sufficient rollment; Shella F. Teacher, English Greenbrier Junior High. H. Ih'ofessional Receive Probationary for 1990-91 John D. Bane Hedrick, Elizabeth L. Morgan, Shelia F. Stover" I. Requested qh-ansfers Connie S. Burge Teacher, Elementary, mentary to: Teacher, tary, Rainelle Elem~ Vimolrat Doggett from: Alderson Ronceverte M. Harbert, from: Home Ec., (Half-time), Junior High to: Teache~, tional Home brier West High, {l Rainelle Junior High Richard L. Harris, from erator (Bus #85-44) Greenbrier West to: BUS tor (Bus #81.15) Gary L. Hicks, from: Ill, Lewisburg Custodian Ill, mentary; Joan M. Jos Teacher, mentary to: Educ., MI/SLD/BD, East High; Carolyn from: Teacher, Soc. Ed/Health, White ior High to Teacher ies, White Sulphur Sally K. Parker, Spec. Educ., SLD ant to: Teacher, Ronceverte E A. Sheridan, from: Spec. Educ., ant to Teacher, SpeC SLD/BD, Frankford Sarah Z. Umberge Teacher, Spec. EduC., wisburg Junior High Special Education, Dixie L. Wall froffJ Elem., Rem. Smoot Ele Elem., Rem. Ralnelle Elementary. The on sale at Colony House! PI ! ra "Protect with the 1 mile South of 1-64 Lewisburg, WV 645-2424 . l! "56 Years Proud , M COLONY HOUSE FURNITURE I 12 Trail Fairlea, WV. 24902 * 645-3464 For office nearest you, 8001447"; "&.=,,= -