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17, 1991 00use 0000lews Report R.W. Minigh Magistrate Felony vs Chad Coon, grand l breaking and enter- on $7,000 surety Eric Santee, grand breaking and enter- on $7,000 surety Civil Miller vs Calvin J. POssession of prop- answer, contested Misdemeanor vs Gerald "Butch" complaintant to dismiss, sent to Smith, bat- entered, pay- Lonnie Lash, de- and battery, t motion of state. R. Travis, Jr., second offense, influence, trial, agreement, sen- Pamela Meadows, mg under influ- plea entered, Daniel Waters, hunt failure to field plea entered, con- Lee Hardman, the influence, agreement, assessed, pay- led, sentenced to 24 Monda, '-2 Lee Hardman, hearing, dis- to plea bargain Roy Lee Hardman, hearing, dismissed plea bargain agree- Kevin Lilly, petit lar- Calvin Campbell, SUmmons to appear Traffic William F. Crouch, entered to imp_loper no operators li- no insurance Lent plan filed. D. Frymier, I Under the influence, filed, sen- cost of $166 DNR James M. Brayer, .'ld tag, arraigned, nt filed. Cart, high- filed motion to Carol L. Wolfe Magistrate Coon, grand issued. Santce, grand issued. Coon, breaking Warrant issued. Santee, breaking Warrant issued. Mathew Miller, property war- in jail in lieu of Civil Joe Frashure, lg, defendant plcd driving, charge er the influence. teresa Weinrich, hunting parapher- license warrant is- BUREAU - - FAMILY COMPANY "Farm. Auto Life. Health - Pensions - IRAs Planning Poling, Agent O. Box 209 WV 26147 State vs James Bunting, tres- pass to hunt warrant issued. State vs James Bunting Jr., trespass to hum warrant issued. State vs Robert J. Richards, reckless driving warrant issued. State vs Robert J. Richards, drive to right of center warrant issued, no proof of insurance, failed to yield to emergency ve- hicle, failure to obey traffic de- vice warrant issued and block a driveway warrant issued. State vs Robert L. Ratliff, blocking a driveway, arraigned before magistrate Wolfe, re- leased on bond. State vs Wesley Miller, tres- pass summons issued. State vs William Heater, spot- lighting warrant issued. State vs Teresa Weinrich, spotlighting warrant issued. State vs Mark Joseph King, trespassing warrant issued. State vs Mark Joseph King, destruction of property warrant issued. State vs Kevin Johnson, tres- pass warrant issued. State vs Kevin Johnson, de- struction of property warrant is- sued. State vs Floyd Riley, failure to cause child to attend school warrant issued. State vs Dwight Kink, failure to cause child to attend school warrant issued. State vs Keith Tibado, failure to cause child to attend school warrant issued. State vs John H. Tomblin, reckless driving warrant issued, defendant pied guilty. State vs Mark King, trespass, plea bargain agreement defen- dant pied guilty, charge of de- struction of property dropped.. State vs Kevin Johnson, tres- pass plea bargain agreement, de- fendant pied guilty, charge of destruction of property dropped. State vs Cynthia Brake, ille- gal parking, guilty, trail before magistrate Wolfe. State vs William Heater, pica bargain agreement, spotlighting and failed to check deer dis- missed, defendant pled guilty to hunting from vehicle, fine and court cost assessed. State vs Teresa Wcinrich, plea bargain agreement, spot- lighting and possess hunting paraphernalia without license dismissed, defendant plcd guilty to hunting fromvehicle, fine and court costs assessed. State vs Robert Ratliff, block- ing driveway, arTaigncd, magis- trate Wolfe, released on bond. Marriages Recorded William Michael Heater of Orlando, married Teresa Ann Weinrich also of Orlando, De- cember 8, 1990 in Bumsville by Rev. Alan R. Strader of the Little Kanawha Independent Church of Burnsville. William is the son of Ronald Eugene and Agnes Azelia Col- lins Heater. Teresa is the daughter of Jack C. and Ruth K. Kruger Weinrich. Deeds Recorded Linda K. Lake to Darrell R. Hill, etux, land, Center District. C B & T to John D. Cain, etux, land, Glenville District. Hunter M. Bennett, Jr. Trustee under the will of Hunter M. Bennett, to Danny F. Max- weB, crux, land, Dekalb District. Rondle L. McCumbers, etux, to Thomas J. Berrill, etux, land, Center District. Rim M. Woodford to Charles C. Woodford, land, Dekalb Dis- trict. Eastern Association Coal Corporation to Wells Davis, etux, land, Glenville District. Eastern Association Coal Corporation to Wells Davis, etux, land, Glenville District. Eastern Association Coal Corporation to Wells Davis, etux, land, Glenville District. Darlene Church Foster, etvir, to Loretta Linger, land, Dekalb District. Sheriff's Report The Gilmer County Sheriffs Department reported the follow- ing activity for the year of 1990: 17 felony arrests, 111 misde- meanor arrests, 30 hazardous moving violation citations, 45 other citations, 15 driving under the influence arrests, 49 warning tickets, 31 motorist assists, 75 criminal investigation reports, 64 accident reports and 892 civil papers served. During the latest reporting pe- riod, the Sheriffs Department in- vestigatcd one destruction of ,. property, one petit larceny, one breaking and entering and served 10 civil papers. On January 10, Paul Lowther of Troy reported destruction to property belonging to Edward McCullough also of Troy. The door to a building had been pried open with something similar to a screwdriver. Materials in the II For Legislative Assistance Call John Campbell 765-7309 residence or TOLL FREE 1-800-642-8650 DURING SESSION Delegate -- 9th District .00.00.00Derrick Cafe__0000 Month of January -J> Early Bird Breakfast Special! s2.09 Scrumptious Luncheon Special! s2.75 Try our Dinner Specials!, 9 E. Main St., Glenville -- 462-7752 = HIS GREATEST TRUTH A man of many years tells of the greatest truth he has come to in his many years: At his birth, man is endowed with Creator love. Responding to that love, his every expression is loving kindness like rain from a cloud. This is in direct opposition to world's greatest hoax:that man coming into this world is not so endowed. F.J. Waldrop, 101 Reservoir St., Weston, WV 26452 building had been scattered, but nothing appeared to have been taken. Also on January 10, Cheryl Goodrich of Fairmont reported that articles which were taken from the Gilmer County Recre- ation Pool last summer have never been recovered. One pair of eye glasses and one set of contact lenses valued at $182.00 were reported missing. On January 11, Delbert Wil- liams of Cox's Mills reported that a 40-gallon hot water tank had been removed from his property on Alice Road. An indi- vidual or individuals had pried the door open to gain entry into the house. In addition, one rose bush was dug up and taken from the property. Total value of sto- len items was $370,00. iii State Police Report The Glenville Detachment of the West Virginia State Police reports that six persons passed the written test, seven the driv- ing test and four received license transfers during the latest report- ing period. On December 12, Mary Kay Miller of Letter Gap, Richard K. Bailey of Cox's MiLls and Stacy Dawn Brannon of Normantown passed the written test. Carolyn Y. Ramsey of Glenville, Linda D. Williams of Lirm and Mich- elle L. Bonnet of Cox's Mills passed the driving test and Gladys M. Williams of Gassaway received a license transfer. On December 26, Deloris Ann Smith of Glenville passed the written test, Marylyn Dawn Harpold of Glenville passed the. driving test and Sandra K. Bruce of Stouts Mills and Elsie Marie Duelley of Glcnvillc received li- cense transfers. On January 9, Steven Godfrey, Jr, of Stouts Mills and Jimmy C. Gregory of Cedarvitle passed the written test. Kerry A. Pritt of Sand Fork, Larry E. Carder of Glenville and Jason Jones passed the driving test and Frances M. Schmetzer of Glenville received a license transfer. Want to buy a good, dependable used car? Try The Glenvilla Democrat Classifieds 462-7309 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 5 Conings News/Fluence Matthews 462-8250 The rain and bad weather kept our Sunday School attendance down Sunday. We only had twenty-seven. I didn't make it out for preaching at 9:00 a.m. So I don't have any report on it. Aster and Mary Burton were vis- iting Frona Riffle at Jane Lew on Sunday. Frona had not been well. They later took her to United Hospital Center at Clarksburg where they found she had a heart attack. She is on the waiting list to be moved to the Medical Center at Charleston. Frona is the former Frona Adams of Little Cove. I spent a nice afternoon Sunday with Margaret and her family. She had a very good supper which I en- joyed very much. My last report was Sharon Beaver is getting along real well. That is sure good news. I had a surprise Monday morning when I got up to find five inches of snow in my back yard. If it had been a dry snow it would have been much deeper. A thought for the day: Nothing is more often "opened by mistake" than the mouth. JACKY D. PERSINGER Certified Public Accountant Member.WVSCPA's, AICPA Financial Accounting & Auditing Services Bookkeeping Services Tax Return Preparation & Counseling For appointment or consultation call Jacky D. Persinger, CPA, at 462-8217 I ODLAND DELl SPECIALS Salisbury Steak Mash Pototoes/Gro'W, reg. roll $ 2.99 Pizza Patti Sandwich with FF $2.49 Corn Dogs 2 for $I.00 Taco Salad $3.99 Bar BQ Rib Sandwich with FF $2.99 Two-piece Chicken, ] Servirg Salad. Roll $2.99 Beans & Wieners, Cole Slaw, Cornbreod Bar BQ Pork Sandwich with rr I z[,[:].. [, vm,'J Turkey & Dressing MoshecI Potatoes/GrQvy, vegetable, roll $3.49 Bar BQ Chicken Sandwich with FF $2.29 $2.99 $2.49 IkV,Vl:. i ,[-[. [o t,',l;! Spaghetti, Tossed Salad, Garlic Bread $3.49 Vegetable Soup with Crackers $2.29 Foodland Plaza, Glenville -- 462-5463 --.---- All of these units are sale priced and must move immediately. 1990 F150 4x4 XLT -- .351, auto, red/white 1988 Ranger STX, 4x4 -- 2.9, V-6, 5 speed, black 1987 Dodge Raider -- 4x4, auto, A/C, loaded, red 1985 F-150 4x2 --Custom, 300, 6 cyl., 4 speed, bedliner, running boards, red 1983 Ranger XL, 4x4 -- 2.8, V-6, auto, rollbar, brush guard, black/silver 1975 Chevrolet C-10, 4x2 Stepside --350, auto, Pioneer CO System, sharp, yellow 1990 Taurus GL -- 3.0, V-6, auto, loaded, blue 1988 Grand Prix -- V-6, auto, every option, white 1988 Taurus L -- 4 dr., 4 cyl., auto, sharp, black 1988 Tempo GL -- 4 dr., 4 cyl., auto, low miles, black/silver 1986 Chevette -- 4 dr. 4 cyl., auto, low miles, silver 1985 Firebird SE -- 2.8, V-6, 5 speed, drastically reduced, tan