Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 30, 1976 · Page 8
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May 30, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 8

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SA -M»30, 1976 SundayGetette-Mmil · ChKltiftn. tsu VirgW* FairviewSchool Teacher Retires After 40 Years Mrs. Elizabeth K. Mills is retiring from Fairview School at the end of the current school term following 40 years in educationaVwork. Fairview parefl!»''Jind staff will honor Mrs. Mills with a reception at the Wren's Nest Tea Room from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 6. Mrs. Mills taught in Kanawha County and at Fairview for 14 years. She as special education staff teacher at West Virginia State College for six years. She has been recognized for her work in special education and arts, and crafts in Canada and New York State. She is a graduate of Niagara University and did post-graduate work at New York State Teachers College and the University of Cincinnati. '. Mrs. Mills' husband, Stanley, is a retired chemist at Union Carbide of ' Institute. The Mills' plan to travel Mrs. Elizabeth Mills Retiring Teacher and eventually make the.'r tome in Richmond, Va. Honor Surprises Forest Festival Queen ELKINS -- The young woman who was chosen this year's Mountain State Forest Festival Queen had no idea she was being considered for the title. Cynthia Louise Lucas, 21, of Clarksburg, learned that she was selected queen when her father phoned her. "He said he had some news to tell me," she recalled. "I was worried that it was bad news he was calling me about." When she heard the news, she said, "I started giggling a lot... I was flabbergasted." The five foot six-inch blonde is a psychology major at Clemson University, Clemson, S.C. She plans to do graduate work after she finishes work on her bachelor's degree next year. This summer, she's attending classes at West Virginia University. Miss Lucas, whose father is a retired wholesale grocer and whose mother is a former employe of Hope Natural Gas, said, "It's an honor to be represented in one of the most beautiful festivals in the state." "Friendly, enthusiastic ... a loyal Mountaineer," is what Cindy thinks the Forest Festival queen should be. PkMo on Ptge IA. sen because they are daughters of famous people, she commented. "The Forest Festival chooses a native, and I think she should be proud of that." It's Miss Lucas's opinion that the Forest Festival is "definitely good for West Virginia." She said, "It gets a lot of people together to see the different recreational .opportunities in the state in addition to its native arts and crafts and different services provided by West Virginians for West Virginians." "I enjoy spending a lot of time'outside, close to nature," said Miss Lucas, who while in high school ran track, played volleyball and basketball and was a gym assistant during her senior year. An only child, she graduated from Washington Irving High School in 1973 and was among the too 2S «raduating seniors. A member of the National Honor Society and Student Council, Miss Lucas was a member of the Junior Executive Commit- B-Square social service organization. Presently she is a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, the Women's Golf Association of Clarksburg and psychology and sociology clubs at Clemson University. Since its beginning in 1930 as a homecoming for local residents who had moved away, the Festival's Mardi Gras atmosphere has drawn thousands of persons each year to Elkins. Scores of bands make the fall air ring during the many parades. Heightening the festivities have been visits from famous personalities such as last year's arrival of President Gerald Ford for the Grand Feature Parade, Four former presidents - Franklin D. Roosevelt, Richard Nixon and Harry Truman have been special guests at the affair. Still considered one of the highlights of the Festival and one of the most colorful · events is the coronation of Queen Silvia on tee, served as a guidance assistant, played on the tennis team, was a member of Ath"In lots of other festivals, girls are ch£_ ena scholastic honorary, the Tri-Hi-Y and · COtRICTION · TKMTtSffJKSIYUK UKCUSSFBTIVALAT IMCEVHtTW.VA.MIMT AfffAIMLASTSMMYSU TKVAIf JWMO-11612 the amphitheater at Davis and EDuns College. Accompanied by 40 princesses and 2 maids of honor dressed in autumn colors, a minor court and a host of state officials, the procession winds its way down the bill- side to the amphitheater where West Virginia's governor crowns the queen. As the Festival is a statewide celebration, the queen and her court are selected from towns scattered from throughout the state.' SAGHRMHHD. 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