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1972 "Sunday G ____chir1i»lfln, , -- _ _ _ _ , social Service Head Joins Montgomery Hospital Staff By Barbara Nelson 442-3111 Mrs. J e a n n e t t e Griffin Charleston, has joined the staf of Montgomery General Hospi tal as director of the new Socia Service Department. For the past six years she was em ployed as medical case workei and counselor at St. Francis Hospital and St. Margaret's in Pittsburgh, Pa. The new department will help physicians treat each patient as a "whole person" and not just in physical terms. Patients wil be counseled in a personal and social context. Among problems which will be treated are alcohol and drug abuse, in conjunction with the county satellite office in Glen Ferris. Mrs. Griffin will be assisted in this last program by Dr.- Adelaido Gonzales in group therapy sessions and individual treatment. Fayette County Court has legally adopted the Fayette County Zoning Ordinance and Sub-Division Regulations, necessitating permits for all buildings, mobile homes and dwellings. Specifications such as sewage will have to be met by permission from a zoning board," ehortly. to be appointed ville, is chairman; A. W. Orndorff, of Gauley Bridge, vice- chairman; and C. R..("Bud") Hill, of Fayetteville, secretary. Montgomery has received notification, according to Mayor Mike Kandel, that George Dvorak, Housing Authority director of Charleston, will bring HUD officials to. the cty to look over sites for a 100-unit housing project for the elderly, Paul Morrison, recent graduate, of'the.tVVU School of Pharmacy, Has joined the staff at the .College Drugstore, Third Avenue, Montgomery. Morrison, who also attended West Virginia Tech, was a member of the Student American Pharmaceutical Assn. and was in the Speakers Bureau of WVU Drug Abuse Program. He and his wife, Janet, and their 3-year-old daughter now live in the area. MRS. JEANNETTE GRIFFIN New Director lill. Awards will be presented. The public is invited. Montgomery National Bank has donated $1,000 to t h e Tedh Ath- etic Scholarship Fund, beginning the drive for 1972-1973. Tech Upward Bound 1 students will present a play: the Archer", t 8 p.m. Thuesday in Conley Hall J. Duval Schultz, of FayetteTheater. The drama is open to tie public. The m a r k e t basket survey, conducted by the Business Administration Division at West Virginia Tech, has shown for he first time in months, a decrease in food prices of 1.7 per 'ent or .47 for a sample basket )f food. Preparations are underway for the annual Rotary Club Horse Show Sept. 9, and sanctioned by the Kanawha Valley and the W. Va. Horsemens Associations. Judges are to be Charles D. Moles, of Charleston, as English-style judge; and Don Welch, of Barboursville, as Western judge. Fayette County Garden Council is presenting "Politics '72", a flower show from 3 to 8 p.m. Saturday, and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. August 20 at the Collins High School Gymnasium in Oak Gary E. Durrett, math profes- or at West Virginia Tech, has jeen selected for the 1972 edition of "Outstanding Young Men of America." Selection is made because o£ civic arid professional recognition and service, along with other criteria! Mrs. Ruby Winebrenner, of Gualey Bridge, has been named state chairman of Americanism for the W. Va., Department of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Winebrenner, of the Edmond "Bum" Coda Unit No. 129, will work with national chairmen on her projects. Miss Virginia Holder, Miss Flora Lazaroff, Mrs, H. C. Chapman, and Mrs. Clinton Purcell, representatives of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, international honorary for women educators, attended a conference in Cedar Lakes last week. The theme was Montgomery General Hospital Volunteers Auxiliary will hold a meeting at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Education Building. Boomer Homemakers will have v their annual picnic for members and families at the home of theii president, Mrs. Cordelia Oden at Page. Community Club of Boomer will meet at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Kirk, Boomer, at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The annual picnic has been postponed from Friday to some later date/ The 94th annual session of the W. Va. Baptist State Convention at the Baptist Center in Hilltop will be held Monday through Friday. The theme is."One Message-One Mission in Churchmanship". An opening musical is scheduled for the public at 8 p.m. Monday, with the W. Va. State Baptist Chorus and the Young Peoples Chorus. Gov. Arch Moore will address the group at PREPARE FOR A BRICHTER AND MORE PRODUCTIVE FUTURE 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Blanche Monica, N. Carter, Calif., will and Mrs. of Santa speak at Professional Lead- "Training for ership." Upper Kanawha Valley Association for the Retarded will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at Sunshine School, Ferry Street, Montgomery. 8:10 p.m. Thursday. Over 2,000 are expected. Montgomery Ministerial Association will meet at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Montgomery Presbyterian Church, according to the Rev. Joseph Childress, president of First Christian ihurch. At 6:30 p.m. the group and heir wives will reassemble with Tech president L. C. Nelson in Tech Center Dining Room, in honor of the Rev. Robert Fields who is leaving the area. The annual Men's Day Pro- g r a m at the Bethel Baptist Church in Carmelton will begin at 3 p.m. with the Rev. Thomas Murray, guest speaker, and his First Baptist Choir. Special guest singers will be the Kroger Warehouse Quartet of Charleston, with guest soloist Joseph Brockman. There will be a special presentation for the oldest man attending. First Semester Registration August 24-25-26 THURSDAY 9:00 A.M. 'til Noon 1:30 P.M.'til 4:30 P.M. 6:30 P.M.'til 8:30 P.M. FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. 'til Noon 1:30P.W.'fil 4:30 P.M. 6:30 P.M. 'til 8:30 P.M. SATURDAY 9:00 A.M. 'til Noon STUDY AT "STATE THIS FALL Schedule of Evening and Saturday Classes Tuition for W. Va. Residents For Commuting Students: PART TIME Residents of West Virginia Hours- Tuition Registration Student Act. Fee Gen . Course Fees * · " Apply for Admission Total One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten Eleven Twelve $ 5.00 8.00 10.00 13.00 16.00 19.00 22.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 S 4.00 8.00 12.00 16.00 20.00 24.00 28.00 32.00. 36.00 40.00 44.00 50.00 '$11.50 11.50 11.50 11.50 11.50 11.50 11.50 11.50 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 $20.50 27.50 33.50 40.50 47.50 54.50 61.50 68.50 111.00 115.00 119.00 125.00 SPECIAL FEES: Driver's Education $10.00 John L. Fuller Registrar 766-3221 for information and program planning write or phone office of the Dean of Instruction 766.3T46 Students not currently enrolled, ore to report to the Registrar's office for admission clearance Calvary Episcopal Church will host a group of young people from South Dakota, some of whom are Indians, visiting the state today through Tuesday. Congregation members will be helping entertain the group. There will be an all-church Sunday school picnic for families of the Montgomery Baptist Church at 1:30 p.m. next Sunday at the 4-H Camp in Beckwith. Everyone is to bring food for the smorgasbord. There will be a picnic after church next Sunday (August 20) for members of First Christian Church in Montgomery, at the 4-H Camp in Beckwith. Ravenswood Fire Department Gets New Emergency Vehicle By Lois McCann 273-4556 1 RAVENSWOOD-- Members of the Ravenswood Volunteer Fire Department Emergency Squad are really proud these days. One of the two new emergency vehicles that have been ordered for six months or more arrivec last week. One of the new modular, standup type vehicles produced in Texas, the vehicle has a little bit of everything. The Ravenswood volunteers have been providing emergency serv- their high school graduation. A held during the week of Julv 30 cast of $9 per credit hour plus · · · -- -J ice for all of including the Jackson segment County, of 1-77 that runs through the county. The second vehicle,! when and matching federal arrives, will be based at Jackson General Hospital. The ambulances are being financed with $11,852 of county court money funds. In order to provide emergency care to go with the ultramodern pmbulance, the Ravenswood volunteers, along with some others from other fire departments throughout the county, have started the Emergency Medical Technician Training Program. Classes are held Monday and Thursday nights at the hospital teaching unit for hours. a total of 100 The State BOAC (Building Our American Communities) award was presented to the Ripley High School FFA chapter for the second consecutive year at ceremonies Wednesday at Cedar Lakes. Its winning project '··PS concerned with wildlife conservation. More than 130 high school students who participated in the ronforcncc as well as invited guests were taken on a countywide tour to show the results of community effort projects made possible with the cooperation of Farmers Home Administration, ASCS and progressive citizens. Parkersburg Community College will offer several college credit classes for junior and senior students of Ripley and Ravenswood high schools this fall. The classes will be taught by members of the college fac- the cost of the textbook will be charged. Students may sign up at Ripley High School from 8 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 14, 15 and 16. on The Jackson County Association of Retired School Employees elected the following officers at a recent meeting: president, Denzil Jarrett; vice president, Luther P. Button ; secretary- treasurer, Bertha Morgan, Delegates named to attend a workshop at Jackson's Mill on Aug. 28-29 were Mr. Jarrett, Mr. Hutton, Mrs. Morgan, and Reed Myers. The next, meeting will be held Sept. 28 at the courthouse in Ripley. Ripley High School student Marci Anderson of Fairplain was chosen Monday as Spirit of Gamp at American Heritage Week Camp sponsored by the DAR. Jackson County representatives at the camp are Miss Anderson, Kim Casto, and Pam Barber of Ripley. High School; and Melissa Sponaugle, Linda Ann Ray, and Patti Sue Nutter of Ravenswood High School. The Ripley Athletic Boosters are surveying the area to see if football fans are interested in reserved seats for the coming season. The prices are $8.50 for adults and $4.75 for students. This reserved seat ticket will admit the holder to all varsity, B-team, 9th grade, and 7th and 8th grade home games. If you are interested please contact Doug Parrish at 372-2011, extension 64. The Jackson County Historical Society Museum at the old Lock Building in Ravenswood will be open during the Ohio River Fes- :ival celebration from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The annual meeting of the iVomen's Monday night Bowling League will be held Monday at 7 i.m. at the Jackson County Sank. All members are urged to attend this meeting. The Sandyville VFW Post 3488 i i j . . *·' , . i lie tJoiiu v v me v j. »v i U3L »rtoo ±. S2L J^JS? ·«« «« ·«»««* !»* Phoned hours. Classes will be offered as follows: history 52, Growth of the regular meeting until Aug. l? at the post home at 7:30 p m. a £25 JTSAft ^ ErF '° Economics. Students completing) e l e festival. the courses will be given college i Seven Jackson County girls credit as well as credit toward!attended a cheerleader's Camp to Aug 4 at Glenville State Col lege. Representing the county at the camp were Denise Burchett of Ravenswood; Mary Jo Eaton, Vicki Illnecke, Debbie Lee and Elaine Pannell, of Ripley; and Junita Cooper and Cheryl Wyers of Sandyville. Boy Scout Troop No. 43 sponsored by the First United Methodist Church, held a court of honor this week at the church. Boy Scouts receiving rank were as follow: Second Class, Scott Songer and Lane Hall; First Class, Tony Zahrndt and Rob Kasberger; Star, Kent Hall; Life, Jeff Fawcett, Greg Thompson and Mark Cox; and Eagle Palm, Steve Darnell. Local women can learn more about sewing with contemporary fabrics such as fur, velvet, leather and vinyl, at a workshop on Aug. 17th at 7:30 p.m. at the Appalachian Power Building in Ravenswood. This is a free program sponsored by the Jackson County Cooperative Extenstion Service and is open to the public. Miss tional Rosanne Moore, educa- representative for the| Unique Zipper Co. will be the ART Evening Clauses 207-1 Black Art, 3 Cr. t 6:00-8:50 MW, Mrs. Taylor 300-1 Sculpture, 3 Cr. 6:00-8:50, MW, Miss Cotton 406-1 Advanced Studio Skills-Sculpture, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-8:50 MW, Miss Cotton Evening Ciatses ART SURVEY 201-6 Art* Survey, 3 Cr. 7:00-9:45 T, Mr. Prewitt 201-7 Arts Survey, 3 Cr. 7:00-9:45 W, Dr. Crumrine Evening Classes BIOLOGY 101-4 Principles of Biology, 4 Cr., 6:00-8:45 M. plus 6:00-7:45 W, Mr. Eden* 340-1 General Microbiology, 4 Cr. 6:00-8:45 TTh, Mr. Garrett EveningCMwe, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 101-2 Beginning Typewriting, 2 Cr., 5:30-6:45 MW, Mrs. Bailey 103-1 Elementary Shorthand, 2 Cr., 7:00-9:05 MW, Mrs. Bailey 106-3 Mathematics for the Analysis of Business Data, 3 Cr. (P~) 7:00-9:45 M, Mr. Akor BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Evening Classes 107-3 Mathematics for the Analysis of Business Data, 3 Cr. (C) 7:00-9:45 W., Mr, Akor Secretarial Office Practice, 3 Cr. (P) 5:30-6:45 TTh, Staff Office Machines, 2 Cr. (P) 7:00-8:40 T. Staff ·First Year Accounting, 3 Cr. 7:00-9:45 W, Mr. Culley First Year Accounting, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 M, Mr: Culley First Year Accounting, 3 Cr. (C) 7:00-9:45 W, Mrs. G'inestra Business Organization and Management, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 T, Mr. Evans Programming Digital Computers for Business Applications, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 M Dr. Roy Intermediate Accounting, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 M, Mrs. Ginestra Intermediate Accounting; 3 Cr. (C) 7:00-9:45 M, Mrs. Rutherford Business Statistics, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 T. Mr. Cross Principles of Marketing, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 T, Dr. Maliche Business Law, 3 Cr., 7:00-5:45 Th, Mr. Goldberg Business Law, 3 Cr. (C) 5:25-6:40 TTh, Mr. Goldberg Personnel Management--Human Relations, 3 Cr. (P) 5:25-6:40 TTh, Mr. .Oden Principles of Real Estate, 3 Cr. 7:00-9:45 Th, Staff Business Finance, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 W, Mr. Lynch Cost Accounting, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. Cross Industrial Management, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 W, Dr. Cassell Principles of Transportation, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 Th, Staff Labor Management Relations, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. Oden 213-1 214-1 215-5 215-6 216-2 217-2 219-1 301-2 302-1 303-2 305-3 307-2 308-1 310-2 311-1 313-2 315-2 321-2 333-1 401-2 EJUest basic speaker, sewing She will teach techniques for leather, vinyl, fake fur, and velvet and will suggest easy practice projects for each fabric. A question and answer sessions will follow. Each participant will receive a pamplet contan- ing patterns and instructions on working with new fabrics. Mrs. Charles Compston has been installed nobel grand of he Heart and Hand Lodge. Others installed are: Mrs. Jean Marshall, vice grand; Mrs. Wanda Patterson, secretary, and Mrs. Inez Shepherd, treasurer. The named her as follows: gone Sate Marie Wolfe; Wilson; Smith; new noble grand appointive officers warden, Mrs. Mar- conductor, chaplain, musician. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Ardsth Chambers; color bearer, Mrs. Edith Williams; right support to noble grand, Mrs. Georgia Rardin; left support to noble ;rand, Mrs. Grova Jones; Inside fuardian. Mrs. Bessie Rardin; outside guardian, Mrs. Ann Buzzard. 418-2 Advanced Accounting, 3 Cr.(P) 5:25-6:40 MT Mrs. Rutherford 420-1 " Senior Business Seminar, 2 Cr., 5:00-6:40 W, Dr. Cassell 436-1 Marketing Research, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:46 W, Dr. Maliche Saturday Class 308-2 Business Law, 3 Cr. (C) 9:00-11:45 S, Mr. Goldberg Evening Classes CHEMISTRY 201-1 Elementary Organic Chemistry, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-6:50 MWF, Dr. Jackson 30M Physical Chemistry, 3 Cr. "(P) 7:00-7:50 M, plu» 7:00-8:50 W, Dr. Krabacher 301L-1 Physical Chemistry Laboratory, 1 Cr. 8:00-10:30 M, Dr. Krabacher EveninKCIa.se, CRIMINAL JUSTICE 104-4 Survey of Criminal Justice 4 Cr., 8:00-10:00 TTh, Mr. Sckolnik 203-2 Introduction to Corrections 4 Cr., 6:20-10:00 W, Mrs. Perrow 206-2 Principles of Criminal Law 4 Cr., 6:20-8:00 TTh, Mr. Walker EveningCl« SM ECONOMICS 201-4 Principles of Economics 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 W, Mr. Greer 301-1 Income and Employment Theory 3 Cr.. 5:30-6:45 MW, Mr. Greer 308-1 Money and Banking 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 M, Mrs. Henderson Evening daises EDUCATION 200-5 Foundations of Education, 3 Cr., 7:00-8:50 M, plus two hours arranged, Mrs. Abnathy, Mr. D. Baker 201-6 Human Growth and Development, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 TV, Staff 202-2 Human Development and the Learning Process, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 M*, Dr. Owen 300-2 Audiovisual Materials and Methods, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. D. Baker 301-1 Child Development: Early Childhood Education, 4 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 M*, Dr. Securro 316-3 Integrated Methods, 3 Cr. (P) 6:20-7:10 T, plus 7:20-9:05 T, Dr. Davis 317-1 Mathematics for Teachers, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-8:50 W, plus two hours arranged, Mrs. Wiersma, Mr. R. Baker 319-1 Teaching Science in Elementary School, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-7:50 T, plus two hours arranged, Mr. Hutto, Mr. R. Baker 321-1 Teaching the Language.Arts, 3 Cr, (P) 7:00-8:50 T, plus two hours arranged. Staff, Mr. R. Baker 401-1 Teaching English in Secondary School, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-8:50 W, plus two arranged. Mrs. Byrd, Mr. R. Baker 403-1 Teaching Mathematics in Secondary School, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-8:50 W, plus two hours arranged, Mrs. Wiersma, Mr. R. Baker 405-1 Teaching Social Studies in Secondary School, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-8:50 Th, plus two hours arranged, Staff, Mr. R. Baker 411-1 Teaching Science in Secondary School. 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-7:50 T, plus two hours arranged, Mr. Hutto, Mr. R. Baker 421-1 Television in Education, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 T. Mr. West, Mrs. Winowich "M93-1 Student Teaching in Elementary School, 3-6 Cr. (P) 6:00-6:50 M, Mrs. Abnathy, Dr. Hall, Staff (August 28-Octoher 27) "*493-2 Student Teaching in Elementary School, 3-6 Cr. (PI 6:00-6:50 M, Mrs. Abnathy, Dr. Hall. Staff (August 28-Sept. 1. October 25-December 22) *494-l Directed Observation and Participation in Elementary Education, 1-3 Cr. (P) 6:00-6:50 W, plus arranged, Dr. Thomas, PEM-622 ·497-1 Student Teaching in Secondary School. 3-6 Cr. (P) 6:00-6:50, M, Dr. Davis, .Dr. Owen, Mr. Stebbins,.Satff, PEM-112,113,117. (August 28-Octomber27) *497-2 Student Teaching in Secondary School. 3-6 Cr. (P) 6:00-6:50 M, Dr. Uavis, Dr. Owen, Mr. Stebbins, Staff, PEM-112,113,117, (August 28-September 1, October 25-Deceraber 22) *498-l Directed Observation and Pattication in Secondary Education, 1-3 Cr. (P) 6:00-6:50 W, plus arranged, Dr. Thomas, PEM-622 Evening dasses ENGLISH 102-6 Written and Spoken English, 3 Cr. (C) 7:00-9:45 T, Miss Epp§ 104-17 Effective Communication, 4 Cr. 6:20-8:00 MW, Dr. Coleman 104-18 Effective Communication, 4 Cr.,6:20-8:00 TTh, Mr. Yancey 104-19 .Effective Communication, 4 Cr., 8:20-10:00 TTh, Mrs. Frazier 104-20 Effective-Communication, 4 Cr., 8:20-10:00 TTh, Mr. Corvin ·104-21 Effective Communication, 4 Cr.. 6:20-10:00 W. Mrs. Cropley 107-3 English Language Skills Laboratory, 2 Cr., Arranged, Staff 107-4 English Language Skills Laboratory, 2 Cr., Arranged, Staff 225-1 Journalism. 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. Slutsky 304-1 Introduction to Creative Writing, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 W, Dr. Wobbe 307-1 Advance Creative Writing, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 W, Dr. Wobbe. 312-1 Shakespeare, 4 Cr. (P) 6:20-8:00 TTh. Mrs. East 409-1 Modern British Literature, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 T, Dr. Wobbe Saturday Class 104-22 Effective Communication, 4 Cr., 8:20-12:00 S, Dr. Nelson ,, . ~, FRENCH Evening Classes 101-2 Elementary French, 4 Cr., 6:20-8:00 MW, Miss Pickel 201-2 Intermediate French, 3 Cr. (P) 6:20-7:40 MW, Mrs. Davie Evening Class GEOGRAPHY 305-2 World Regional Geography, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 F, Dr. Ewing GENERAL STUDIES All new s t u d e n t s , day and evenings, should i n c l u d e a section of Freshman Seminar in their fall program. This course replaces Social Srienre 100. All Freshmen following the New Curriculum should register for one colloquium this semester. Seniors following the New C u r r i c u l u m w h o n e n d to meet, the requirement of Upper Division Seminar should register for General Studies 401. Evening Classes 110-76 Freshman Seminar, 1 Cr., 5:00-6:40 M, Mr. Lynch 110-77 Freshman Seminar, 1 Cr., 5:00-6:4f) W, Mr. Evans 110-78 Freshman Seminar, 1 Cr., 6:00-6:50 MW, Miss Lewis UO-79 Freshman Seminar, 1 Cr.. 6:00-6:50 TW, Dr. Wobbe 110-80 Freshman Seminar, 1 Cr., 6:00-6:50 TTh, Mrs, Finney 120-18 Black Folk Culture. 4 Cr., 6:20-8:00 TTh. Mrs. Bickley 120-19 The Fiction of Dissenting Youth. 4 Cr.. 8:20-10:00 TTh. Mr. Corvin 130-23 Sense and Nonsense in Probability Games, 4 Cr., 8:20-10:00 WF, Mr. Campbell 130-24 Sex and Population, 4 Cr., 6:20-8:00, TTh., Miss Booth. 140-15 Seeing and Knowing and Doing Art-- Now!, 4 Cr., 6:00-9:50 W, Mr. Nuchims 150-34 Designing Better Cities, 4 Cr., 6:20-8:00 MW. Mr. Schechter, Mr. Lucci 150-35 The Cities, the Poor, and the Black, 4 Cr., 6:20-8:00 MW, Mr. Kilnatrick. Mr. Black 150-36 Political Extremism, Left and Right, 4 Cr., 6:30-8:00 TTh, Mr. Metz 150-37 The Uses and Misuses of Science and Technology, 4 Cr., 6:20-8:00 TTh, Mr. Weeks 150-38 The American Power Structure: How Come and What to Do, 4 Cr S-'O-IO 1 00 MW, Mr. Seltzer 150-39 Women and the Law, 4 Cr., 8:20-10:00 MW, Ms. Falk Saturday Class 150-40 Political Extremism. Left and Right. 4 Cr.. 8:30-12:00 S. Mr. Metz GERMAN 101-2 Elementary German, 4 Cr., 6:20-8:00 TTh, Mr. Wetteroth 201-2 Intermediate German. 3 Cr. (P) 6:20-7:40 TTb, Mrs. Napper HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, AND SAFETY _ . _. HEALTH EDUCATION Evening Classes '252-2 Elementary Health Problems, 3 Cr.. 6:20-8:00 TTh, Mr. Gray, HPES-108 357-1 Health Programs, 3 Cr., 8:20-10:00 TTh, Mr. Gray, HPES-105 458-1 Health Planning, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 W, Dr. Hawkins, HPES-105 EveningCla..e, PHYSICAL EDUCATION (Non-Majors) 106-1 Fencing (MW), 1 Cr., 6:00-6:50 MW, Mr. Muilenberg 423-1 Instructor's Certification in Water Safety (MW), 1 Cr., 7:00-9:00 T, Mr. Burns Saturday Class # #225-Hunting and Fishing (M), 1 Cr.. 8:00-10:50 S. Mr. Bum's PHYSICAL EDUCATION (Major.) 126-2 Principles of Physical Education, 3 Cr., 6:20-7:50 MW, Mr. Tredway 238-2 Gymnastics (W), 2 Cr., 6:20-8:00 TTh, Mrs. Hutto 428-1 Administration of Physical Education, 4 Cr. (P) 6:20-8:00 TTh, Mr. Cameron 446-2 Physical Education for Elementary Schools, 4 Cr., 8:20-10:00 TTh, Mrs. Hutto Evening Claiiei HISTORY 201-7 World History (to 1660), 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 T, Mr. Graff 207-7 History of the United States to 1865, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 Th, Dr. Beatty 300-2 West Virginia History, Geography, and Government, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 T, Mr. Harlan 303-1 History of Russia, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 M, Dr. Himmer 306-1 History of England since 1688, 3 Cr. (C) 7:00-9:45 W, Mr. Sevy 420-1 History of the Far East, 3 Cr., 5:30-6:45 MW , Dr. Kramer Eveningd...*. HOME ECONOMICS ' 305-1 Quantity Food Production and Service, 3 Cr. (P) 5:45-9:00 MW, Mrs. Goldston 310-1 Advanced Clothing. 3 Cr. (P) 5:45-8:00 TTh. Mr. Lafleiir 302-1 Family.Relationship, 3 Cr.. Arranged, Mrs. Carroll ,, . ,,, INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY Evening Classes 101-2 Graphics, 2 Cr. (P) 6:00-9:30 W, Mr. Collins, C-302 301-1 Architectural Design n, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-10:15 M. Mrs. Chandler 320-1 Contracts and Specifications, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-8:45 W. Mr. Whit* 326-1 Theory of Structures. 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-9:30 T, Mr. Kreber 347-1 Basic Machine Shop, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-8:45 TTh, Mr. Collini 401-1 Architectural Practice, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-8:45 Th, Mr. Bryan ' 464-1 Communications, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-10:15 M, Mr. Yakura · 465-1 Electronic Control Circuits, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-10:15 T, Mr. Yakura 466-1 Industrial Instrumentation, 3 Cr. (P) 6:00-10: 16 W, Mr. Yakurt Saturday Class 221-1 Plane Surveying, 3 Cr. (P) 8:00-12:30 S, Mr. Kreber ' MATHEMATICS OVIR 100 EVENINC and SATURDAY COURSES acartd totheJOISmd OPPORTUNITIES in fht VALLEY 012-3 Introduction to Algebra, 1 Cr., 7:00-9:45 F, Staff 101-4 College Algebra, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 W. Mr. Aheart 102-2 Plane Trigonometry. 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 Th, Mr. Carney 103-5 Basic Structure of Mathematics, 1, 3 Cr., 7:00-9:45 W, Staff 104-1 Basic Structures of Mathematics, II, 3 Cr. (C) 7:00-9:45 T, Mr. lannello 105-2 College Algebra (Mathematics and Science Majors) 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 W, Mr. Aheart 202-1 Digital Computer Programming, I, 3 Cr. (P) 6:20-7:10 TTh, Miss Yovich 206-2 Analytic Geometry and Calculus 1. 4 Cr. (P) 8:20-10:00 TTh, Mr. Brimhall 207-1 Analytic Geometry and Calculus fl, 4 Cr. (C) 8:20-10:00 TTh, Mr. Chouteau 208-1 Analytic Geometry and Calculus HI. 4 Cr. (C) 6:20-8:00 WF, Mr. Campbell 308-1 Introduction to Modern Abstract Algebra, 3 Cr. (P) 5:30-6:45 MW, Mr. Carney 401-1 Introduction to Vector Analysis, 3 Cr. (P) 4:30-5:45 MW, Mr. Campbell · 402-1 Differential Equations. 1, 3 Cr. (P) 4:30-5:45 TTh, Mr. Aheart 408-1 Senior Mathematics Seminar, 1 Cr., 6:00-6:50 F, Mr. Chouteau Saturday Class 108-1 Intuitive Geometry for Elementary Teachers, 3 Cr. (P) 9:00-11:45 S, Mr. Chouteau MUSIC Evening Classes 105-4 Music Skills for Classroom Teachers, 2 Cr., 6:20-8:10 T, Mr. Gillispie 107-2 Appreciation of Music. 2 Cr.. 6:20-8:10 M, Dr. Hall 307-1 Conducting, 2 Cr., 6:20-8:10 W, Mr. Mullins Evening Class PHILOSOPHY 201-2 Introduction to Philosophy, 4 Cr., 6:20-10:00 M, Dr. Allinsotf EveningCla., PHYSICAL SCIENCE 101-3 Physical Science Survey, 3 Cr., 6:20-8:00 TTh, Staff, S-109 Evening Classes PHYSICS 201-3 General Physics, 4 Cr. (P) 7:00-8:50 TF. Mr. Kim, S-110 210L-3 Physical Measurements, 1 Cr. (P) 9:00-9:50 TF, Mr. Kim, S 305-1 Electricity and Magnetism, 3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:50 W, Staff EveningClasse, POLITICAL SCIENCE 201-7 American Government. 3 Cr.. 6:20-7:35 MW, Dr. Subbiah 204-2 State Governments, 3 Cr., 5:30-6:45 MW, Mr. Lewis ,, . ,, PSYCHOLOGY Evening Classes 101-1 General Psychology, 3 Cr.. 7:00-9:45 F. Staff 300-1 Social Psychology ,'3 Cr. (P) 7:00-9:45 W. Dr. Pavlos -, . ,,. 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