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February 16, 1989 GES releases Honor Roll G]enville Elementary School has released the honor roll for GRADE ties. She has been teaching for the second nine weeks. Those SAFETY six years after graduating from achieving the Honor Roll were: Department of Natural GlenviUe State College. Mrs. Fifth Grade- again sponsored the Gray holds a degree in socialMatt Echard 3.97, Karla Car- safety course for all sev- work and has worked five years penter 3.95, Justin Woodford students at Gilmer in this field in Gilmer County. 3.81, Jim Johnson 3.71, Sherry High School. The pur- After receiving her teaching de- Carder 3.71, Jason Murphy 3.57, the program is to pre- gree, she has taught at Sand Jeremy Boggs 3.57, Tony accidents and teach Fork in a full-time position and Johnson 3.57, Joanie Posey handling of firearms, substituted in both Gilmer and 3.52, Kyann Simmons 3.52, of the course Lewis counties. Mrs. Gray Mandy Brady 3.51, Adam Jim Ball of Gilmer states that she is happy to be Ferguson 3.38, Travis Frashure and Officer T. R. Cure-working with the 7th and 8th 3.36, Christiana Keith 3.35, Sh- !of Roane County. grades at GCHS. erri Ratliff 3.35, Jeremy Clum Mrs. Kathy Krohn teaches 3.34, Shannon Anderson 3.18, the day and a half drama, language arts, and social Jimmy Schimmel 3.16, Andrea students discussed sur-studies. She has been teaching Waggoner 3.16 and Josh Clark state laws, handling offor six years after attending 3.03. and safety rules. FilmsGlenviUe State College. Mrs. Sixth Grade - in the instruction. Krohn was a substitute teacher, Jaime Collins 4.00, Shamae were then tested to mostly at Troy Elementary, be- Perry 3.95, Mandy Cordey 3.95, their knowledge of fore coming to GCHS. She Eric Marks 3.71, Jeana Stewart ,. Those passing the states: "I haven't been here very 3.67, Kelly Davis 3.54, Christy 70 percent or better long, but so far, I like teaching Conrad 3.53, Erin Edwards 3.41, given a hunter safety here verymuch." Jeremy Jenkins 3.34, Melissa card for future use in GCHS welcomes Mrs. Con- Luzader 3.34, Jennifer Helmick a hunting license, nie Gray and Mrs. Kathy Krohn 3.25, Randy Ratliff 3.13, Re- wishes to thank the to ourte,,chingstaff, agan Fitzwater 3.13, Cheyenne of Natural Re- Dennison 3.08 and Jody Piercy for permitting our stu- 3.03. participate in this pro- STAFF MEMBERS beginning of the sec- Mrs. Connie Gray Kathy Krohn began at GCHS. They re- Mrs. Dorothy Rhoades Terry Reale. Mrs. the position of Troy and Sand schools. Mrs. moved to Charleston her husband is Chief of for Governor Gaston She is teaching in County Schools. Gray, who replaces Mrs. teaches Social Studies Virginia Ghost Sto- LKC Henline completes OF CHAMPIONS CHEERLEADING Infantry School COMPETITION The GCHS Varsity Cheer- Marine Pfc. Kenneth D. Hen- leaders competed in the LKC line, son of Lou Henline of Night of Champions Cheerlead- Burnsville, has completed the ing Competition on Saturday, School of Infantry at Marine February 4 at Wirt County High Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, School. Those squads partici- North Carolina. paring were: Win, Ritchie, During the six-week course, Spencer, St. Mary's, William- Henline received classroom in- stown, Wahama, and Gilmer. struction and participated in All competed for the opportu- field exercises involving infan- nity to perform at the Night of try tactics; the construction and Champions in Parkersburg this camouflage of fighting posi- week, February 16-17. tions; and the use of mines, demolitions, and intra-company Williamstown captured the comunicationsequipment. first place in the LKC. St. A 1988 graduate of Braxton Mary's placed second and County High School, he joined Wahama third, the Marine Corps in July 1988. from Page 9 OF TRUSTEE'S SALE ot ~ust dated July 20, 1987, the Offioa of the Clerk of the Commission of Gilmer County, in Trust Deed No. 89, at emof, and executed by Glen and Carolyn Skinner, his wile, to R. Terry Butcher and Butcher, as Trustees, and Grantors having defaulted in the of the note secured by said as W and the holder of said note hay- the whole of the indebted- scoured te be due and Ind having orally requested to make sale of ~'~ethtt~ee described in said deed of Trustee will offer and sell to the at 1.00 o'~ p.m., on 24, 1989, at the front Court House of Gilmer in C~enville, West described real es- certain IoL tract or parcel of ) and being situate on the we- Run, in Gtenville Dislrict, West Virginia. more par- and described as for- qNING at a twenty four inch ~om-wh~ a twenty two inch Oak bears S 72* 06' E at 6.78 bears comer to COx, and running from said ,Point (black oak) S 44* 43" W of Keith, 1603.4 feet to a pipe set on northeastern of Joe's Run, col thence N 44* 14' W with cn edge of right-of-way, to atwo inch iron pipe set on of thence N 60* edge of right-of- feet to a two inch iron pipe of right-of-way, from red maple bears S 56" tO; thence N 45* 38' W with edge of right-of-way, two inch iron pipe set on fight-of-way, from which a white oak bears N 62* feet; thence N 51" 45' W edge of right-or-way, N=ql'll~.p I~d==~nd ~ TEST SET FOA , WEST" WROII~ rTamxm~giwe x EELTOME HEARING NO SERVICE q2-S W. Pike SL P.O. Box 470 WV 26301 176.06 feet to a eighteen inch American beech on said edge of right-of-way, from which a sixteen inch persimmon bears S 81 47" E, 9,58 feet; thence N 43 43' W with northeastern edge of right-of-way, ~156.97 feet to a two inch iron pipe Set on said edge of right-of-way, comer to Skin- net'; thence N 26 15' E with line of Skin- ner, 873.34 feet to a two inch iron pipe set in a twenty six inch white oak stump, found, from which a five inch double per- sknmon bears S 10 46' E, 9.38 feet, and a five inch white oak bears S 10 14' E, 9.86 feet, corner to Skinner; thence N 82* 07' E with line of Skinner, 298.06 feet to a sixteen inch white oak found in old rail fence, from which a six inch double white oak bears N 77 03' E at 30.15 feet, and a three inch double mockemut hickory bears N 88 34' E at 16.73 feet. and a three inch scarlet oak bears S 380 20" W, 24.78 feet, comer to Bell; thence S 47* 13' E with the line of Bell, 697.65 feet to twenty six inch chestnut oak found in old rail fence, from which a nine inch black oak bears N 13 27' W at 21.94 feet, and a four inch m'~ut hickory bears N 49 16' E at 21.63 feel corner to Bell; thence N 75* 33' E with line of Bell. 773.72 feet to a forty inch chestnut oak found on top of point, from which a six inch chestnut oak bears S 73* 05' W at 14.15 feet end a nine inch mockernut hickory bears S 6* 01' E at 12.78 feel oomer lo Bell; and S 72 06' E with line of Bell, 101.39 feel to the place of beginning. containing THIRTY FOUR and THREE Bell; t~ence S 47* 13' E with ~ line of Bell, 697.65 feet to twenty six inch chestnut oak found in old rail fence, from which a nine inch btack oak bears N 13" 27" W at 21.94 flier, and a four inch m~ut hickory bears N 49 16' E at 21.63 feet, corner to Bell; thence N 75 33' E with line of Bell, 773.72 feet to a forty inch chestnut oak found on top of point, from which a six inch chestnut oak bears S 730 05' W at 14.15 feet and a nine inch mockernut hickory bears S 6* 01' E at 12.78 feet, corner to Bell; and S 72* 06' E with line of Bell, 101.39 feel to the place of beginning, oontaining THIRTY FOUR and THREE ONE HUNDREDTHS (34.03) acres, more or less. but there is EXCEPTED and RESERVED therefrom, a part of parcel t~reof containing 4.96 acres, more or less, which was heretofore con- veyed to Ronald Eugene Hibbs and Ruth Charlene Hibbs. his wife, by Glen Skinner and Carolyn Skinner, his wife. by deed dated July 2. 1981, of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commmsmn of ~ Court, Wast Vir- ginia, in Deed Book No. 319, at page 344 thereof, leaving a residue of 2907 acres, more or less. BEING the same land conveyed to Glen Skinner and Carolyn Skinner, his wife, by C-,ail J. Turner and Manoka D. Turner, his wife, by deed dated June 9. 1978, and recorded in the aforesaid Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. 294, at page 657 thereof. The above described real estate will be sold subject to any unpaid read prop erty taxes which are a lien against the same. The above descfd>ed real estate will also be sold subject to all reserva- tions, exceptions, rights of way or ease- ments, limitations and conditions, and oltmr servitudes, if any, made, retained or otherwise created by deeds or other instruments constituting the record chain of title to the same. TERM OF SALE: (1) Cash in hand on day of sale; and (2) da~ve~ of deed containing covenants of special warranty within twenty days of day of sale. Dated this 3rd day of February, 1989. R. TERRY Bu'rCHER, TRUSTEE Address: 218 East Msln Slreel Post Office Box 100 Glenvitle, West Vkginla 26351 Telephone: 3041462-5767 or 462-58H Class II 2-234= I A program for WEIGHT CONTROL m now oHer w BRAXTON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSRT/U. and SUMMIT CENTER FOR HUM(IN DEVELOPMENT For informagon, call 765-2801 between the hours of 8:304:30 EXCLUFJVELY LTD. GLASS RINGS I DICK SMITH JEWELRY 171 Mm__3B Avenue, Westma, WV 264S2 Phoae 269-2217 The Gienville Democrat-Pathfinder 11 REALTOR INC. SAND FORK: Two nice lots with a Located on Wabash SL $45,000. house on each one. SAND FORK--Nice modern home with large LR with fireplace, dining room, kitchen with lots of cabinets & bar, office or FR, 2 large BRs, 3 baths, laundry room. Extra lot Included in sale has utility hook-ups. PRICED TO SELL | + +i:~:i,:~:I!I!: SAND FORK--Two story home with 4 BR, 2 baths, basement, new kitchen, lots of insulation & remodeling. STEWARTS CK.-.4 8R home using free gas with LR, DR, kitchen, bath, hell basement, aluminum siding, forced sir gas furnace, centrsi sir conditioning, deck In back. MAKE AN OFFER. WALNUT ST.-.-2 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen, utility, garage. PRICE: MO,000. REI~JCED TO $32,000. NORRIS RD.-3 BR home, LR, DR-kllchen, bath, basement has apt. and garage. PRICED TO SELL. TOLER'S FORK--Approximately 15 acres more or less with building site. $8,000. FIT. 5--N~e 2 BR home w#h LR.DR.kitche~ bath, pa~ml basement, remodeled bath. Five ecree ol land, barn, 12x26 garage. PRICE: $44,500. Nice location. ALUM BRIDGE AREA-67 acres of land on rock basd road. Excellent hunting. PRICE: $10,000 (2302) SAND FORK--2 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen, bath, utility room. New water pump & tank, iota of remodeling. Approx. 112 acre lot. PRICE: $25,000. POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCING. GROCERY STORE FOR SALE-All fixtures, furnishings, equipment and real estate. Lots of potential. CALL FOR DETAILS. COLLEGE ST,-Two atop/home with lots of remodeling. LR, DR, new kitchen, ~ bath, 3 BR, woodbumer In LR, cellar, garage, 2 porches, off4trast pad(ing. PRICED TO SELL K~AWHA ST.--2 k~ with good building sites and city utttitl~. CtoM to town. PRICE: $I0,000 e~h. (1101) LEADING CREEK---Hunting & fishing camp with LR, kitchen, 2 BK Some furnlahin~ Included. (501) MfNERAL RO..--Ranch ~ home has LR with fireplace, 3 BR, DR-Idtchen w'e=, 1 1/2 baths, utllity area, FR with woo- dtumer. PR,ED TO SELL. (802) STEWART'S CK.--1 1/2 story homo with LR ~dth fireplace, OR-Idtchen with natural wood cabinets, 3 BR, 2 baths, 2 extra rooms, cellar, 2-car garage with apt. with LR with fireplace, 2 BR, bath, kitchen. FREE GAS being used. PRICE: $65,000. KANAWHA ST.-'/iota with mJItable bldg. si1~. ~ t.