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Post-Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1973, Beckley, West Virginia Fayette County Teacher Is Dismissed From Job it necessary for the good insubordination Ruth Blake of its regular meeting Tuesday night, the Fayette County Board of Education heard charges of against Mrs. Oak Hill, a teacher at Rosedale Elementary School. Mrs. Blake had been suspended from her position Aug. 31 following incidents oc- curring the first week of school. The charges against Mrs. Blake and Charles alleged that she questioned the authority of Mrs. Hattie L. Thomas, principal of Rosedale, concerning the placement of students and conversion of a teachers' lounge into a prin- cipal's office and that Mrs. Blake became overly emotional Quincey Arthur, Harold Bowe, and made unduly critical in front of other teachers and other persons, refused to obey instructions of Mrs. Thomas and used her body in a shoving George Oiler, Mike Parsons, manner against Mrs. Thomas. A public hearing was held before the board at which time testimony was heard from Mrs. Hattie Thomas employes from and s i x Elementary, presented no Mrs. Blake the provisions of the Virginia Code, the West unanimously decided to dismiss Mrs. Blake from the Fayette County school system. President of the Board C. R. Hill stated that the board regretted this action but deem- of the Fayette County school system. In other business the follow- ing persons were employed: Donald Lee Huffman, teacher, Boomer; John Walkup, adult welding instructor; Opal Leg- and Brenda Tortino, Head Start social workers; David Lively, Clarence Harold Moses, West and bus G. drivers, Keenan, Leonard Richmond, Drema Hess, Emma Woodrum, Percy Mosley, Constance Jones, John C. Bennett, Melvin Jeffries and Kenneth Tygrett, custodians. The board approved the following substitute bus drivers: MONTGOMERY Nine ma- jorette corps will perform dur- ing half-time activities Saturday in the West Virginia Tech Band's annual 'Majorette Day." The groups, represent four high schools, four junior high schools and an elementary group from the local area. Dr. Charles Martyn, director of bands at Tech, said that each corps will present their routine to John Phillip Sousa's "The Washington Post March" along with his Gametime Frank Gibson, Ralph Gwinn, remarks toward the principal Larry Holstein, Karen Huffman, Carry Huffman, Harold walsy, James Malcom, Emery McGuire, Charles Neal, Jerry Perdue, James Prather, William Pugh and Kenneth Richmond. Resignations were accepted from Reginald Smith, Julia R o s a 1 e Warden, Woodrow Epperly, H. E. Queiry, William Price, Helen evidence. Under McGraw, James Eades, Algnora Holly, Wall Jack and board Katherine Crookshanks. The board also approved the request to advertise bids for seven new school buses and two service trucks. An addition to the budget for adult basic BECKLEY POST-HERALD, BECKLEY, W. VA 'Majorette Day Slated At Tech band's for Georgetown clash Field is p.m. The four Greenbrier high West, majorettes. the Tech- at Martin schools are D unbar, Montgomery and Gauley Bridge. The junior highs include East Bank, Saint Albans, Thomas Jefferson and Horace Mann. The representative of the midget-league set is the Montgomery Little Rocket Ma- jorettes. education was also approved, people. Youth Revival Set OCEANA (RNS) A youth revival will be held at the Church of God at Matheny at p.m. Oct. 26-28. The theme will be "Sharing Jesus" and guest speaker will be Rev. R. D. Vaught. There will be special singers each evening and at noon Saturday there will be a special service for the young THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1973 For Seven Hours ELEVEN Diana Dickens To Wed W. D. Dillon Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Dickens of Arnett have an- nounced the engagement of their daughter, Diana Sue, to William Derrick Dillon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dillon, also of Arnett. Miss Dickens is a 1972 graduate of Marsh Fork High School at Montcoal where she served as cheerleader for four years and class officer for three years. She was a member of Student Council, Honor So- ciety, served on newspaper staff, represented Marsh Fork at Jackson's Mill and was also member of Pep Club, 4-H Club and Spanish Club. She was also named Senior Prom Queen 1972. She is attending her second yearl at Beckley College. Dillon, a graduate of Marsh Fork High School in 1970, participated in football and basketball. He was gra- duated from Beckley College and is employed by Armco Steel Corp. Mines at Mont- coal. The open church wed- ding will be held at the Arnett Community Chapel Nov. 10 with Rev. Wade Webb offi- ciating. CHOOSE FROM: Malted Milk Balls Fleer Dubble Bubble Gum 90's Kits B-B-Bats Sugar Babies Slo Pokes Mary Janes __ BIG SELECTION OF COSTUMES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, AT SAVINGS X' FUN COSTUMES of TV CHARACTERS Great choice of Halloween costumes! Choose from Bozo, Spiderman, Mickey Mouse, Archie, Cinderella, Raggedy Ann, Nancy or Sa- brina all flame-retar- dant, with ventilated mask. Your youngsters will love these colorful costumes, ready for Trick or Treating. Hurry and buy now! Flame-Retardant TINY TOT COSTUMES Deluxe quality. Made of duve- tyne and flan- nel. 6 assorted characters. Full ventilated masks. Multi- color paint stencils. USC ONI OF TMttC CONVENIENT CHARGE PLANS EASV ftltCOWNT SMOffrNG ROUTE 21, AT SKtlTON STOKE MOUtS: DAILY 10 TO 10 SUNDAY 1 TO Your cHter Cord or Owr lory-Away Fayette Man, 32, Pinned In Truck HICO A seriously injured Fayette County man was pin- ned in the wreckage of his pick- up truck for seven hours Tues- day before he was found by construction workers reporting to work on an unopened section of Appalachian Corridor L near Hico, state police said. Manning Tredway, 32, of Oak ffill was in the cab of his demolished truck from midnight until 7 a.m., Trooper Charles M. Hall of Ansted said. Tredway was listed in serious condition with a spinal injury Wednesday at Charleston General Hospital, a medical spokesman said. Trooper Hall said Tredway was driving on the uncompleted roadway when his vehicle slammed into a shovel-type grading crane and lodged under the equipment's boom. Hall said the grading equipment had been placed in the road to block entrance to the highway. Scouts Take Tour PINEVILLE (RNS) Mem- bers of Pineville Girl Scout Troop No. 45 were given a tour of the Pineville Post Office Monday evening by Vera Basham, postmistress. The tour of the post office is a requirement for the Girl Supplies Bought For Students Students at the at the Wyoming County Day Care Center in Pineville are shown using the new equipment which has been purchased for the cen- ter. They are (from left) David Morgan, Kris Brooks and Tina Eller, all of Pineville, and Darren Davidson of Oceana. The toys and educational supplies were purchased by the Wyoming County Day Care Parent- Rugged Palm Canyon near Yuma shelters Arizona's only native palm trees. Scout's "Active Citizen Badge" that they are working on. Mrs. Basham explained all phases of the postal service. Twenty-one persons made the trip. Teacher Association. The parents have money available to provide matching funds and supplies which the federal budget does not provide. The parents of the day care stu- dents are beginning a new .year of membership. WE HAVE LOWEST PRICES ON FIRESTONE TIRES! 504 Sa. feyatto-Ph. 135-7375 Introducing 3-Mlnote Brand Oaf s' "Big Little Recipe Contest D In case of similar recipes, Hie one with the earliest postmark will be qualified for judging. De- cisions of the judges arc final. All entries will be equally judged on the following: X ways to use ontmcat in the preparation of any part of a meal or snack. X Special attention will be given to the use of oatmeal for economy in preparation of meals. 3 will be Riven to t recipe you have developed. 4 Clarity of directions and ease of preparation. 5 Taste and flavor find appear- ance of the item prepared using 3-Minute Brand Oatmeal. All entries must be postmarked by December 8, 1973, and they must be accompanied by proof of purchase and the official entry blank which ad- joins these rules. There will be and winners from entrants in each city where this contest ad appears. A state-wide winner will be selected from nmonji; these. All entries become the properly of National Oats Company, Inc. 3-Minutc Brand Oats' "Big Little" Recipe Contest P.O. BOX 1628 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52401 mal-o Gentlemen: I am enclosing my favorite money-strclching recipe for 3-Minutc Brand Oats, along with the 3-Minute Brand symbol from the back of the package. ADDRESS CITY save on any package of 3-Minute Brand Oats. The biggest little bargain in the store. Ta r.tncti: for fnth coupon you ict'pt 11 our itrnl. wi will piy you tht vilut Ihrf-i-crntj (3c) pro- vidM) you your evttomtr hlvccomphM with ol COflttiffr olhfr conjtituTM fraud. Invokfl ihow. Ini purchim ol tvffkttflt >toch to cotM coHponi rrdrf mint be ihown upon ftqucil. We will not honor rtdtmption triroiifh otittidn iimdrt or broker, ftc ttcfpt A. C. NHt'f) ComMtT. coupon per Vokl whf i> protiibitfd. of rfittlctfd. Your ctKtorrtfr mui( piy toy nipt tii. ftedwffi fcy miilinf 0. Offer toed only In contim-ntll USA. Ctth 1.70th M 1 cent nxfontl Otti Conplnv, CfOir Hlpidj. Offer iwd'lil Jem 1974. STORE COUPON Coupon June 30, 1S74. O-1M-9I1 ;