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4 Winners In Recent Elementary School Mathematics Day Pictured above are the winners in the recent Jefferson County Elemen- tary School Mathematics Field Days. They are, left to right, Anyl Nayak, Wright Denny Intermediate, fourth grade; Kevin Engle, Page Jackson Solar, Third grade; Tammie Togans, Wright Denny Inter- mediate, sixth grade; and David Ferrell North Jefferson Elementary, fifth grade. Eighty-four students in grades three through six participated. Eighty-four Jefferson County Elementary Students in grades three through six from all elementary schools recently participated in the annual elementary Jefferson County Mathematics Field Days. Each school selected three students from each grade to attend. Students participated in a written test plus five other mathematical activities. Scores from the written tst and four of the activities were totaled to determine winners from each grade. A sum total of the scores of the three students plus relay scores were utilized to determine top school winners. Plaques were presented to first place student winners, who were: Third Grade- Harpers Ferry Honor Roll Martin Waller, principal of Harpers Ferry Junior High School, has annotulced the school's honor roll (an average of B or better) for the first semester. The list includes 68 students,-21 of them ninth graders, 21 eighth graders; and 26 seventh graders. Ninth Grade: Angle An- derson, Beth Bryant, Tins Cavalier, Sonya Crofts, Terri Furr, Frances Gilkey, Tim Grim, Dawn Harding, Marvin Jackson, Chris Johnson, Angie Kable, Sherrie Kowalski, Scan Kevin Engle-Page Jackson Solar School; Fourth Grade- Adnyl Nyaka--Wright Denny Intermediate School; Fifth Grade--David Ferrell; North Jefferson Elementary School; and Sixth Grade--Tammi. Togans-- Wright Denny Intermediate School. Other winners in- cluded; Jayson Pierce, Melanie Pilling, David Jenkins, Tina Parker, Mary Spickler, Joanna Pope, Stacey Hough, Clinton Burner, Clarissa Poling, Michael Kisner, Jeff Werler, Paul Trout, Jeremy Sechler and Tony DeCone. Many of these winners will represent Jef- ferson County at the Regional Math Field Day to be hold at the Ronmey Deaf and Blind School on Friday, March 12, 1982. First place school win- hers were: Third Grade-Page Jackson Solar School; Fourth Grade-Wright Denny In- termediate School; Fifth Grade-Wright Denny In- termediate School; Sixth Grade-Wright Denny In- termediate School. Second and third place school winners included: South Jefferson Elementary School, Shepherdstown Elementary School, C.W. Shipley Elementary School, and North Jefferson Elementary School. The event was coordinated Mathis, Peter McCraren , Randy Morgan, Roger Painter, Teresa Palmer, Chris Pauley, Dabble Scott, Zina Shelton, Barbara Weakley. Eighth Grade: William Cogle, Melissa Craven, Christine Delaughter, Andrew Fowler, Jennifer Hood, Regina Hoppe, Denise Johnson, Denise Ferraiuelo, Dana Johnston, Judy Kear- hey, Angela Kriemelmeyer, Jill Lyons, Janiece Mann, Thomas McDermltt, Michelle Mikesell, Rebecca Moore, Laura Needham, Scott Phillips, Dale Shelton, Laura Stambangh, Eric Vandell. Seventh Grade: Ernest Baxter, Terri Bentley, Ann Clemmons, Mike Cook, Meghan Delaney, Karen SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE T-R/RSDAY, MARCH 11,1982 present approximately twenty-five children's books. Both the Library Board and staff appreciate rids gift and the thought that the Brownies are concerned with com- munity improvement. Other children will benefit from the generosity of the Brownies. There are two new paintings now on display in the library. Michael E. Richmond of 'Route I, Harpers Ferry likes to paint wildlife, so he is exhibiting pictures of an owl and of a deer done in acrylic. Michael is now a free lance painter and will do paintings on request. The library space for exhibits is limited but new pictures or objects give variety and are pleasing to the eye. The library has received many new books which will interest the small time, would be or large farmer. These books are by different authors but the titles begin with "Approved Practices in -- Dairying, Swine, Beef Cattle, Sheep Production, raising and Handling Horses, Soil Con- servation, Fruit and Vine Production, Feeds and Feeding, Crop Production and Beautifying Home Grounds. On the magazine rack will be found Farmer's Digest, Farm Journal and Organic Gar- dening. The reading program sponsored by the West Virginia Extension Homemakers Council, Inc. and The Cooperative Ex- tension Service of the Center for Extension and Continuing Education, West Virginia University has just released their new 1981-82 Sup- plemental Reading List, which is kept at the desk. Books that the library has are checked and others will be on order. 46 From Section Honor Students In WVU Schools Martinsburg; Lea Kay Ar- Robert William Wood of Berkeley Springs, hold, Charles Town and Harpers Ferry and Craig Howerton, Shawn Tamara J. Clendening of Andrew Potter, JeffreyLynn toney, Edward Summit Point; and Bar- Shockley and Theresa Ann John A. Quarantillo nardino Q. Marcelo of Zadai of Berkeley Springs. V. Shufflebarger. Berkeley Springs. The College of Arts and First semester honor Science School honor students students in the College of from this section were: Retired Engineering from this section Sharon A. Balenger of BunRer TO Meet Ma were: Jack Ramey Downey, Hill; and Richard S. Sherrard Cathy E. Nicewarner, Diane L. Porterfield, Michael D. Price and Tammy C. Ranels of Martinsburg and Michael Alan Ross of Inwood; Laurence W. Lloyd Ill of Charles Town and John Philip Creamer of Summit Point; and Gerald Dewaine Platt and Steven Edward Trail of Berkeley Springs. In the College of Business and Economics at WVU, the students from this section who made the dean's list were: A total of 46 from the three Eastern Panhandle counties -- Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan Counties have been named first semester honor students at West Virginia University. Three students from Berkeley and Morgan Counties in the College Human Resources and Education made the honor list by achieving a grade point average of at least 3.5. They were: Linda Carol Clingan, 113 Belview Drive and Deborah Peterson, P.O. 548, Martinsburg; and Ella Margaret Hurley, 115 Mar. tinsburg Road, near Berkeley Springs. Five students from the three counties were first semester honor students in e College of Agriculture and Forestry, having acquire at least the 3.3 required to be named to the dean's list. They were: Paul C. Chamb- ers and Paul Joseph Russell of MAy ,4- TF of Bunker Hill; Kelly A. Bail, Jennifer L. Clarke, Corliss J. Cummings, Roger S. Elllott, Billy W. Frew, Marilyn A. Griffith, Todd M. Grimm, Wayne L. Hammersla, Susan E. Jones, Timothy B. Kesecker, Gary C. Kisner, Joseph T. Monroe, George N. Stasnopolis all of Mar- tinsburg; Margaret E. Frazier, Roberta L. McFerren and Juliette L. Rhyne of Charles Town and Kelly S. Watson of Ranson and from At Village The March Jefferson County the Retired held at 12:30 p.m., at the Village Shenandoah In addition to business meeting mittee reports, there I film bresented renders to members. Back Pain There can be many reasons for back pain. Most often the cause is slipped disc, pinched nerves, arthritis, or displaced spinal vertebrae. examination to determine the cause of back pain is essential so the treatment can be administered for the patient's recovery. If back pain is a way of life for you, consult us. We specialize in and treatment of these problem causes. CALL 725-9717 WARD CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. DALE SAMUEL WARD 308 S. Mildred Street Chiropractic Examination and Treatmem Clinic Charles Town, 1 by Miss Eleanor Ann Shirley, director of Elementary schools. Farmer, Kathy Farmer, Elizabeth Haynes, Mara Jackson, Luke Johnson, Derek Markham, Sherri Markel, Kathy McCraren, Brad Morgan, Paula Moyers, Sarah Murphy, Ronnie Nowell, Angela Peacher, Michelle Phillips, Jay Robinson, Charles Shuff, Cheryl Smith, Gary .Staubs, Lisa Sweet, Terence Thomas , Michelie Tomillo. You can pick out new phones, order additional services, pay your bill, have your And bring your decisions to We can even you time in up your mind. trained to help old phone repaired at the Phone Ma and still have time left over Brownie Troop to do your thing. Visits Ubranj Brownie Troop 200 under the leadership of rs. Janet Brown came to the Old Charles Town library to decide things I what phone sty and colors go with the styles colors of your III These are the feelings you will have when you lock up your valuables in a SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX AT BLAKELEY BANK & TRUST COMPANY Yes, We Now have some Safety Deposit Boxes of Various Sizes for Rent. Avoid the risk of your important papers, jewelry and other treasured items getting lost, damaged or stolen. Our safe deposit boxes keep your possessions under lock and key for just pennies aday...a small price to pay for a lot of Security. BLA-KE'LEY 00ANK,00TR00STCO0000 RANSON, W,VA, "u .3 725 7014 " _ *MrB/RFDiC* i ....... .i MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE DOl16 E. WashingtonitaJl atthe. GTE Phone Mart.