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Beckley Register Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1990, Beckley, West Virginia 4a a the Register Herald sunday june 3. 1990woodrow Wilson seniors receive $40,000 in scholarships Twenty six seniors from Woodrow Wilson High school Are recipients of scholarships totalling approximately $40,000 from the Beckley citizens scholarship foundation a Csc Beckley area foundation bad and private sources. Scholarships Range from $400 to $2,000 each. The $2,000 scholarships awarded through the Vecel Lio foundation Are renewable each year for a four year period. Scholarship recipients Are As follows Michael s. Adkins son of Mike and Susan Adkins of Beckley has won the c g. Peregoy award through the a Csc to attend West Virginia University As a mechanical engineering major. Lori Ann Arthur daughter of Betty l. Arthur of Prosperity and the late Fred r. Arthur will use her Al Janutolo memorial scholarship awarded through the Vecellio foundation to study medi Cine at Wake Forest University. Ricky Lee Bryner son of Eugene and Margaret Bryner of 309 e. Prince St., Beckley has received the Beckley Civi Tan club and Jimmy Ford memorial scholarships through the a Csc. He will study engineering at West Virginia University. Sandra Lynn Clay daughter of Freddy and Kathy Clay of route i mount Hope wants to become a registered nurse using her Cardinal state Bank scholarship and Beckley College Matching Grant received through the a Csc. Heather Dawn Crum daughter of Donald Crum of route 2, Beckley will study for a degree in Medicine at Wavu As recipient of the class of 1960 scholarship through the bad. John Andrew Deskins son of or. And mrs. Don l. Deskins of Daniels plans to pursue a dual degree in music performance and education at Wavu. He earned the Wyhs faculty fund award through the bad and the Leslie Carter family foundation scholarship through the bcsf1. Sarah Leigh Deskins daughter of Don l. And Dora Leigh Deskins of Daniels will pursue a dual major in music education and performance with emphasis in voice at Wavu. She is the recipient of the Leslie Carter family foundation scholarship through the a Csc Robbie Duguid son of Frank and Sharon Dempsey of Beckley will attend Marshall University for a career in sports Medicine As recipient of the Otte memorial scholarship through the bad Joy Floresca daughter of Eli and Melissa Floresca of 304 Brookwood Lane Beckley will study business at c. Richmond Hutchens Clay Walton new York University hoping to pursue a career As an accountant. She received the Mcdonough Caperton insurance group and w g. Stanley fund awards through the a Csc. Michelle a Hutchens daughter of or. And mrs. David Hutchens of route 2, Beckley has received the c. Richard Daniel and Jeff Britton scholarship awards through the a Csc to help finance her accounting studies at Marshall University. Robin Lea Lucas daughter of Bill and Margaret Lucas of Mabscott will enter Wavu with plans to become a physician. She received the Beckley civitan club and Beckley National Bank awards through the a Csc. Andrea Neely daughter of Susan Neely of Beckley and David Neely of fort Lauderdale fla., will study at Concord College hoping to become a corporate travel consultant. She is the recipient of the l. Edward Eckley and Adkins j. Deskins Floresca m. Richmond Kiblinger Lucas Phillips stump Neely Bryner Smith Donna f. Joyce daughter of Drema Joyce of 118 lode drive Beckley will be a pharmacy major at Wavu. She is the recipient of the Maxwell Hill elementary scholarship through the bad. Cyndi Kiblinger daughter of Robert and Susan Kiblinger won the National Honor society and Nicholas Zambos awards through the a Csc. She plans to study at Vanderbilt University for a career As a lawyer. Rebecca b. Kinraide daughter of or. Thomas and Beverly Kinraide of Beaver will attend Boston University majoring in political science with plans to enter government service or teaching. She earned the w g. Stanley and or. . Wray scholarship awards through the a Sci. Crum Thomas w. Jarrett awards through the a Csc. Frederick r. Persinger ii son of or. And mrs. Fred Persinger of 405 Spruce Lane Beckley will major in accounting or radio broadcasting using the Maxwell Hill elementary scholarship awarded through the bad. Tonya Phillips daughter of Terence and Tenna Phillips of 109 Frontier St., Beckley plans to study at Beckley College and Marshall University to become a speech pathologist. She won the Beckley loan and Industrial corp. And Georges fashions in memory of d. George scholarships through the a Csc and a Beckley College Matching Grant. Wendi Rahall daughter of Charles e. And Donna sue Blake of route 5, Beck Margaret Ann Scaggs daughter of Ron and Nancy Scaggs of 115 Sigmund St., Beckley will major in advertising with a minor in International affairs and marketing at Ohio University. She is recipient of the Enrico a a Rick Vecellio memorial scholarship from the Vecellio foundation. Michelle Sexton daughter of Nancy Sexton of Macarthur will continue her Arthur Kinraide Smith Persinger Ley is the recipient of the mrs. . Grog am and Sherwood Sparks scholarship awards through the a Csc to study elementary education at Concord College. Conni l. Richmond daughter of James and Charlotte Richmond of Piney View will study at Beckley College and Concord College in Pursuit of a business administration degree. She won the Loyal order of Moose Lodge 1606 scholarship through the a Csc and a Beckley College Matching Grant. Melissa Richmond Laugher of or. And mrs. Johnnie Richmond of route 5, Beckley will attend Johnson Bible College majoring in missions. She received the Metar foundation award in Memoir of Donald Hamrick through the a Csc. Studies after graduation using the or. And mrs. Pauline Vaughn Grant Given through the a Csc. David a. Smith son of or. And mrs. Stephen b. Nickell of 205 Wickham ave., Beckley is the recipient of the Enrico a a Rick Vecellio memorial scholarship through the Vecellio foundation. He will major in history and economics at Harvard University. After receiving his bachelors degree he plans to enter the Harvard Law school. Veronica j. Smith daughter of Fred Smith or. Of 310 Woodlawn ave., Beckley will attend Marshall University majoring in biological science botany and Cut technology. She is the recipient of the class of 1949 scholarship through the bad. Debra j. Stump daughter of or. And mrs. Eugene stump of route 2, Beckley will be a pharmacy major at Wavu. She received the . Smith scholarship through the a Csc. Michael Walton son of or. And mrs. Roy Lee Walton of 119 Dock St., Beckley earned the or. And mrs. John p. Hindsley scholarship through the a Csc to help underwrite his studies As a physical therapy major at Wavu. Beckley social Security office slates open House Juanima Robinson second from left helped her first Grade daughter Carrina earn a dictionary by attending the Spring Parent advisory Council meeting for the elementary and secondary schools improvement amendments chapter i supplemental Reading program at Sylvia elementary school. Fern Evans left teacher and Joann Whitman teacher aide conducted the meeting. Raleigh program tries new approach to boost attendance the elementary and secondary schools improvement amendments chapter i program in Raleigh county is taking a new approach this year to boosting attendance at annual school level Parent meetings. All children participating in the chapter i supplemental Reading program will be awarded an illustrated dictionary from the county chapter i office if they have a representative at the school Parent advisory Council Spring meeting at their school. A a we Felt if the children got excited about meetings then it would also spark interest from the Parent a said Patricia Waddell a chapter i supervisor. A a we re already seeing results As parents grandparents guardians and even friends attend the meetings. Several parents unable to attend the meetings have been scheduling conferences with the teachers and the Parent meetings Are con hawaiian lava flow destroys Church Kaapana Hawaii a i Ava slithering from Kilauea Volcano ignited a Church and a Home in the Rural Beach Community where 160 buildings have been consumed by Waves of molten Rock. The Kaapana manna Kea congregational Church burned late Friday and a Home across the ducted the last week in april and the first week in May in All chapter i schools to provide parents information about How their children have done in the Reading program throughout the year. Chapter i serves approximately 2,000 children in grades one through six in 25 Public and one private school. Participating students in first through third grades who have representatives at the Parent meetings will be awarded the a american heritage first dictionary while students in grades four through six will receive a a Webster a elementary along with the dictionary students in the upper grades will receive a guide to use during the summer to Sharpen their dictionary skills. Waddell said the guide has been devised with a key for parents to enable them to Check the children a worksheets and tests. A it was Felt by the chapter i staff that any time a child has an instrument such As a dictionary to strengthen his or her vocabulary and grammatical skills it will also improve his or her skills in Reading and comprehension a Waddell said. Waddell said written comments from parents at the conclusion of the Parent meetings have convinced her that chapter i is making Progress in improving children a Reading skills county wide. Street caught tire Early Satur Day said civil defense spokes Man i Anny Nakano. The congregation had decided not to move their Church during an earlier threat in May. The massive front of slowly advancing lava came within to feet of Walter Yamaguchi a abandoned Kaapana store and drive inn before turning inward the Ocean Nakano said by saturday morning the creeping lava was within 150 feet of Char it it remodelling a roofing a siding a replacement windows a additions a garage doors a decks a free estimates in. J. Crouse general contractor phone 2 52-b6 36 the employees of the Beckley social Security office Are planning an open House to celebrate 50 years of service to the Beckley area Friday at 1 30 . A Short program featuring . Rep. Nick Rahall and mayor Emmett Pugh will be followed by a tour of the office. The Beckley office opened june 3, 1940. In the Bair building at the Corner of main and North Kanawah streets. The office moved to Howe Street in the basement of the masonic building May i 1950. On Jan. 21, 1970, the office moved to its present location at 214 n. Kanawha St. In 1940, 281 beneficiaries in Raleigh county received $4,183 in social Security benefits the program has grown to 40,195 beneficiaries who now receive $17,398,312 per month and Are served by a staff of 19. The Beckley District office serves the plateau area of Fayette county the Whitesville area of Boone county and All of Raleigh and Summers counties. The program not Only covers social Security but also supplemental Security income ssi. Some Black lung beneficiaries members honoured the . Calloway Post honoured two of its charter members recently. J ayes Roy Clemens 94 and his Cousin Lottie Calloway Jones 92, were recognized with a dinner. Or. Frank l. Schwartz d.d.s., . Same Day service if in before 9 am of no appointment necessary full set $140 upper 4 lower single 90 acrylic partial.90 reline each .50 a Ray .15 extraction .15 materials meet Ada specifications or. Frank l. Schwartz general dentist exit 13 off interstate 77 jct Hwy. 61 amp 52 Rocky Gap. A 703-928-1531 Call toll free 1-800-334-6352 Cash a l no checks �4 who Are not covered by the department of labor Are served by the Beckley office. Although medicare is under the health care financing administration the personnel at social Security still enrol beneficiaries and assist them when problems arise. This Celebration is being planned without the use of government funds or social Security Trust funds. The City of Beckley the Beckley Post office Many local businesses and financial agencies have contributed time and resources to make this open House possible. While there will not be parking available at either the social Security office or the Post office there will be parking available in the parking building across the Street Courtesy of the City. The Public is invited to attend Friday afternoon As we celebrate our 50th anniversary in Beckley. Al Hurst medical Quot i equipment inc. Durable medical equipment respiratory amp oxygen equip. We Bill medicare and am private insurance. A 1-800-344-5515 252-5554 on Call 24 hours a free delivery 415 n. Oakwood ave., Beckley the headline do you have questions about areas of mental health such As drugs alcohol suicide divorce depression or other topics but Are afraid to ask someone because of a fear of confidentiality ? of the answer is yes Saint Albans psychiatric hospitals headline is designed to give you accurate and confidential information Saint Albans Hospital s headline is a fully automated Telephone information system and is provided As a free service of the Hospital it provides you with information on Over too topics pertaining to mental health the headline is completely confidential. The Call is free to you by using the appropriate 800 number in Virginia or outside Virginia or the local Radford number the headline is operational 24 hours a Day in Virginia 1-800-468-1359 outside Virginia 1-800-344-8795 Radford 703-639-6759 aids Ion aids and sexuality 102 am i at High risk Tor aids7 103 How contagious is aids7 104 what Are the symptoms of aids7 105 what is arc7 106 what saids7 alcohol Ano drugs 107 alcoho1 and drugs Don t mix 108 alcohol and your health 109 alcoholics Anonymous to alcoholism a family disease 111 drinking and driving the deadly combination 112 linking White pregnant effects on the baby 113 what is alcoholism7 1 115 facts about cocaine 116 your Money Yout Lite cocaine taxes both 117 Anatoly steroids 118 barbiturates and other Downers 123 designer drugs Aren t fashionable 120 so and other hallucinogens 12�?T narcotics and opiates 122 pc it ready a that bad 124 valium. Lid turn and sleeping pills 125 is mar Uana harmful to my body7 126 marijuana the mental effects 127 marijuana the High that lasts longer than you think tobacco 128 cigarettes pipes snuff it s a me same 129 the effects of cigarette smoke on non smokers 130 How to quit smoking mental health 301 depression 302 depression in children Ana adolescents 303 the effects of anxiety 304 helping someone who is depressed 305 managing stress 306 stress m adolescence 307 stress in childhood 308 sties what is it7 309 agoraphobia and pane attacks 310 alzheimer and senility 311 schizophrenia 312 Marne depressive d Sorder 313 phobias 314 Post traumatic stress disorder 315 anxiety disorders 316 Winter blues 317 Holiday blues 318 humor Ana health suicide 131 suicide and the College student 132 suicide facts and myths 133 suicide helping the survivors 411 How to help a Friend who s thinking about suicide 135 teenage suicide marriage Ano family 401 merged families 402 single parenting today Challenge 403 Starling a family things to consider 404 sex education and family values 405 helping your child handle pee pressure 406 men s midlife crisis 407 women s midlife blues 408 school phobias 409 children of divorce 410 adoption troubles of special interest to youth 319 being a Rote Model 320 bul not everybody s Dom it 321 friends the people i in proud of 322 i m a Winner 323 building your Seh image 324 l leadership we ail have it 325 lying 326 to to survive breaking up 417 becoming the person you 0 like to be 419 dealing with rejection 421 succeeding in relationships 330 feeling realty down7 How to Cope with it 423 dealing with your shyness 425 handling your Ange 333 feeling lonely7 334 when your parents remarry 335 when your parents separate or divorce 336 Good touch bad touch 427 am i really in love7 236 sex and love is there a difference7 special issues 201 sexual abuse of children 202 incest 203 Dale rape 204 rape the victim 205 saying no to sex 206 venereal disease How to protect yourself 207 coping with the death of someone you love 413 battered women 209 premenstrual syndrome 415 Chrome fatigue weight problems i nutrition 2t1 bulimia 212 causes of obesity 213 dietary management of Pink 214 learning habits Tor lasting weight control 215 Wise weight management 216 preventing diet relapse 2 "7 anorexia Nerosa and bulimia 218 exercise a stress control Taqi 220 eating Tor less stress 221 sensible weight loss Saint Albans Hospital and its programs 222 Sam Albans Hospital 22 3 child and adolescent program 224 child and adolescent outpatient services 225 adolescent chemical dependency program 226 passageway Young adult program 227 cognitive therapy program 228 anxiety disorders program 229 eating disorders program 230 chemical dependency Prog an 23�?T partial hospitalization program 232 Sami Albans satellite and radiated Clines 233 rehabilitation program 234 Southwest Virginia Center Tor weight control How to use the headline Beal number you must use a push Button phone 1 using a touch tone push Button phone dial toll free in state or out of state of us 2 following the recorded introduction listen for the extended beep tone 3 select the message you want to hear by entering the 3-Dtgtt code listed to the left of the message title this will be followed by several beeps As the computer seeks the message you requested in Virginia outside Virginia 1-800-468-1359 1-800-344-8795 for a copy of the headline brochure Send a self addressed stamped envelope to to Saint Albans of a Patrk Hospital Radford 703-639-6759 the headline Saint Albans Hospital . 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