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February 9, 1989

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Thursday, February i Boosters gathering for muse )Q the Gilmer County Music Boost- are available to students ers will be held on Thursday, counties. This can only --- February 16th at 7 p.m. in the about with the help of new Gilmer County High support group made up School Bandroom. This group is cuts, teachers and rac being formed through the expert- are interested in prom . ( stun of the former Band Boost-growth of music edu ers organization, and will help Gdmer County. Alumni J promote and financially support G CH.S Band and all county musical efforts, in- "' cluding band, chorus and gen- eral music, know what it takes to-rue ' Pi Currently there is one music teacher at the high school teach- sical organization. ral ing 7-12 band, chorus and gen- The agenda for this orglt Y eral music on a very limi dtional meeting will india , budget. According to this year s presentation about the .at I. Directory of Music Teachers in music program, a "tour" West Virginia, which is put out resource center that can by the State Department of Edu- by the elementary teachct'_ cation, Gilmer County is the cussion of future plans a .L 'cq only county in the state with draising efforts, and eleea] . gal parking, paid $42.00 tobond, paid $50.00 on fine and speeding. only one certified music teacher, officers. It is important Clerk. court Costs, guilty. State Vs. Jeffrey W. Wick- Marriages Teachers in the elementary many parents, teachers, .a .in !: Worthless Check Issued State Vs. Jeff Swisher, five line, no current proof of insur- Pizza Royale Vs. Jerry G. subpeonas issued, ance. . Daniel Roy Ohhaus of Ha- music and must do so with very as possib e attend this Hubbard, three worthless check State Vs. Peggy Bailey, itate Vs. Judy Sue SecKman, milton, Ohio and Brenda Day- few materials. It is hoped that tional meeting in order to schools must teach their own and othe interested indi , warrants filed, worthless check warrant, paid expired MVI. . lene Wine of Glenville were the formation of a county-wide proper groundwork and will aid these teachers by pro- rooi _ $109.59, case dismissed. . 5tate Vs. F reddy L. Craig, married January 28, 1989 by the Music Boosters organizationorganization off to a goodJ!Fke Carol L. Wolfe State Vs. Terri Harsman, tmproper regtstrauon and no Rev. Clyde H. Gidley at Glen- viding a source of financial sup- The G.C.H.S. Band oB_ ii'! worthless check warrant , paid proor o[msurance, ville. Magistrate $73.56, dismissed. ,..,_ Daniel is the son of Raymond port and encouragement for their the front of the new State Vs. Terri Harsman, 3neFlll'S Clemens Olthaus and Sandra task. Building atthehighsch01"Tl /" Civil worthless check warrant, paid i.,. , , Ann (Tharp)Olthaus. There are many talented stu- meeting begins at 7 Evelyn Kay King Vs. Doyle $55.71, dismissed. 1)epar[men[ Brenda is the daughter ofdents in Gilmer County who Thursday, February 16.. tx Lee King, domestic violence, 30 State Vs. Sandra Thomas, A hit and run occurred onOkey Eugene Richards and wish to have the musical oppor- ments will be served i day protection order entered at worthless check warrant, paid February 1 at approximatelyA.u.drey A leen (Yeager) the meeting. hearing. $46.00, dismissed. Glenville Foodland Vs. Carol State Vs. Sandra Thomas,10:25 p.m. A dark colored car K cnaras. with the Ohio licence plate num- Ann Marks, made answer, worthless check warrant, paidber 574TOZ(?), driven by an l