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Thursday, February 26, 2009 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder Page 13 NOTICE To:Lucien J. Aube. or heirs at law. divesees, creditors, representatives successors or assigns. You will taKe notice that Clarence W. Mutschelknaus. the purchaser of the following real estate. Certification No.: 111014 located in Center District, described as 31 Acres. Coal, Laurel of Steer Creek. which was returned dehnquent or nonentered in the name of Aube. Lucien J. and was sold Py the deputy commissioner of delinquent and nonentered lands of Gilmer County at the sale for delinaue qt taxes on 10/6/2008• H3 LLC requests that you be notified a aeea for such real estate will be made on or after 312312009. as provided by law. unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount needed to reoeem on or before 3/2312009. will be as follows: Amount ec Jal to the taxes and charges due on the date of the sme with interest, to 312312009 ............................................................................................... $265•76 Amount of taxes pma on the property, since the sale with interest to 3/23/2009 ....................................................................................................................... $0.00 Amount paid for Title Examination and preparation of the list to oe served and for preparation and service of notice with interest to 3123/2009 ........................................................................................................................ $534.72 Additional Statutory Fees with Interest to 312312009 ........................................................... $0.00 Total Required: $880.48 You may redeem at any tme before 2/2312009 by paymg the aoove total ess any unearned interest. Given under my hand 2/512009 G. Russell Rollyson, Jr. Deputy Commissioner of Delinquent and Nonentered Lands of Gilmer County, State of West Virginia Legal Class II1-0 3t 2-26 Please make your certified check or money order payable to the Honorable Mickey Metz. Sheriff of Gilmer County and return to WV State Auditor's Office County Collections Office. Building 1. Room W-118. Charleston• West Virginia 25305 Questions please call 1-888-509-6568 ................................................................................................................................ NOTICE TO REDEEM TO: DELMA MCCLUNG. THE HEIRS AT LAW. DEVISEES. CREDITORS REPRESENTA- TIVES SUCCESSORS• OR ASSIGNS You will take notice that ED BROOME the purchaser. ( or the assignee• near or devisee of the purchaserl of the tax lien (s) on the following real estate: 1/32 Interest Oil and Gas 84.24 Acres Sinking Creek. DeKalb District Located in DeKalb District which was returned delinquent in the name of Delma McClung, and for which tax lien(si mereon was sold by the Sheriff of Gilmer County at the sale for delinQuent taxes made on the 15  day of November 2007 has reouested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to hm on or after the first day of April, 2009 as provided py law. unless before that day you redeem such rea estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty-first, wil be as follows: Amount paid to Sheriff at sale. excluding surplus, with interest to March 31=..._$103.50 Amount of taxes paid since sale. with interest to March 31 '. ................................... $3.97 Amounl paid for title examination and preparation of list of those to be served with interest to March 31s'. ..................................................................................... $ 209•99 Amounl Paid for preparation of the notice to redeem ........................................ $ 7.00 Amount paid for service of the notice to redeem ............................................ $ 243•46 Amount paid for other statutory costs (described below) County Clerk Recording Fee ............................................................ $ 2.00 TOTAL ................................................................................................................. $569•92 You may redeem from the County Clerk at any time before March thirty-first by paying the above total less any unearned interest payable to the Sheriff and a redemption fee payable to the County Clerk. Redemption Fee ............... $ 35.00 Given under my hand this 19th day of November 2008 Beverly Marks Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, State of West Virginia Legal Class III-0 3t 3-5 .................................................................................................................................. NOTICE TO REDEEM TO: C.O. EDWARDS, THE HEIRS AT LAW. DEVISEES. CREDITORS. REPRESENTATIVES. SUCCESSORS, OR ASSIGNS• YOU will take notice that Dorward Enerqy Corporation, the purchaser, ( or the assignee, heir or devisee of, the purchaser) of the tax lien (s] on the following real estate: 5/40 Interest Oil and Gas 86.77 Acres Dusk Camp, Glenville District Located in Glenville District• which was returned delinquent in the name of C.O. Edwards, and for which tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the Sheriff of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 15 = day of November 2007 has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first day of April, 2009 as provided by law. unless before that day you redeem such real estate• The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty-first, will be as follows: Amount paid to Sheriff at sal. excluding surplus, with interest to March 31".....$103.50 s Amount of taxes paid since sale. with interest to March 31 .................................... $3.87 Amount paid for title examination and preparation of list of those to be served with interest to March 31  ....................................................................................... $ 207.43 Amount paid for preparation of the notice to redeem ................................... $ 7.00 Amount paid for service of the notice to redeem ............................................... $ 243.46 Amount paid for other statutory costs (descfibedbelOw) , ..... 2=-  ............. Codn{ydlei:k- corhg Fee ......................................................... ...$ 2.00 TOTAL ................................................................................................................. $567.26 You may redeem from the County Clerk at any time before March thirty-first by paying the above total less any unearned interest payable to the Sheriff. and a redemotion fee payable to the County Clerk Redemption Fee ............................................................................................................. $ 35.00 Given under my hand this 22nd day of December 2008. Beverly Marks Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, State of West Virginia Legal Class Ill-0 3t 3-5 .................................................................................................................................. NOTICE TO REDEEM TO: BETTY ZANE BUSH• THE HEIRS AT LAW DEVISES, CREDITORS. REPRESENTATIVES SUCCESSORS• OR ASSIGNS You will take notice that Dorward Energy Corporation, the purchaser, ( or the assignee, heir or devisee of. the purchaser) of the tax lien (s] on the following real estate: 1/1.12 Interest Oil and Gas 46.27 Acres Sand Fork. Glenville District Located in Glenville District which was returned delinquent in the name of Betty Zane Bush, and for which tax lien(s) tnereon was sold by the Sheriff of Gi]mer County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 15" dav of November 2007 has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first day of April, 2009 as provided by law. unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day. March thirty-first, will oe as follows: Amount paid to Sheriff at sale. excluding surplus with interest to March 31s'.....$103.50 Amount of taxes paid since sale. with interest to March 3 t" .................................. $3.87 Amount paid for title examnahon and preparation of list of those to be served • • st wth mterest to March 31 ....................................................................................... $ 207•43 ,mount paid for preparation of the notice to redeem ......................................... $ 7.00 Amount paid for service of the notice to redeem ............................................... $ 243.46 Amount paid for other statutory costs (described below] County Clerk Recording Fee ............................................................ $ 2.00 TOTAL ................................................................................................... $567.26 You may redeem from the County Clerk at any tme before March thirty-first by paying the above total less any unearned [merest payable to the Sheriff. and a redemption fee payable to the County Clerk• Redemption Fee .............................................................................................................. $ 35.00 Given under my hand this 22rid day of December 2008. Beverly Marks Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, State of West Virginia Legal Class III-0 3t 3-5 .................................................................................................................................. The above three legals are reruns• from November and December. due to errors on the Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder's behalf• We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Thank you! 00T.00O.S00TCO00.,OF00L.E" V '''1 COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA IN RE: CHANGE OF NAME FROM Leon Ideas Albert Lamouroux to Tykie Lamouroux. Case = 09-P-5 Much like the little black dress, LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLICATION CHANGE moissanite appeals to women on OF NAME PROCEEDING an emotional level. Whether they CIRCUIT COURT OF GILMER COUNTY enter a room filled with friends or WEST VIRGINIA strangers, women notice the attention they receive, especially Notice is hereby g,ven that on the 9th day of when wearmg a pair of sparkling March 2009 at 11:00 o'clock a.m. or as soon moissanite martini stud earrings. thereafter as the matter may be heard. Leon Albert Lamouroux wil apply by Petition to the Since the introduction of these Circuit Court of Gilmer County, West Virginia fer incredible jewels, created exe]u- the"entry of an order by the Court changing the sively by Charles & Co]vard and Petitioners name from Leon Albert Lamouroux t0TykieLamouroux, atwhichtimeandplaceany available at fine jewelry and interested person may appear and oe heard, if department sl;ores across the they so desire, nation, women everywhere have You are hereby notified that this matter may discovered what it means to get ee rescheduled without further notice or ublica- that "all eyes on you" feeling sim- tlon. A copy of the Petition can be obtained from ply by walking into a room. the undersigned Clerk's office at: Gilmer County Court House. 10 Howard Sttret Glenville. WV 26351 Entered by the Clerk of the Court this 17th pay of February, 2009 Lane Smith Circuit Clerk for Gilmer County, West Virginia Legal Class IIt 2-26 ........................................................... Read your legals and Court house News here IN THE JUVENILE COURT OF GILMER COUNTY. WEST VIRGINIA STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. EX. REL. THE WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES Juvenile Abuse Neglect No. 08-JA-13 and 14 Judge Facemire VS. INFANT RESPONDENTS, E.A.D. (9/8/08) E.H.D. (918108) ADULT RESPONDENTS, ANGELA D. DUELLEY. Adult Mother Respondent 803 Holts Run Road Glenville. WV 26351 DAVID CARL WINE. Adult Father Respondent 803 Holts Run Road Glenville, WV 26351 Respondent, ORDER OF PUBLICA"I ION To: David Jordan/John Doe The object of the above entitled action is to seek the termination of the parents; rights of David Jordan and/or John Doe. You are hereby notified that an abuse and/or neglect and/or abandonment amended pehhon has been filed in the Circuit Court of Gilmer County, West Virginia• on the 1 st day of December. 2008. and assrgned case No. 08-JA-13 and 14 wherein it is alleged that the father of Infant E.A.D. and E•H.D. is David Jordan or John Doe. You and each of you are hereby notified that you have the right to have counsel present at all stages of these proceedings and ALL PROCEEDINGS CAN RESULTIN THE PERMANENT TERMINATION OF CUSTODIAL AND PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THE SAID INFANT CHILDREN. Accordingly, it is ORDEREDthat each of you do appear and serve upon Gerald B. Hough, Gilmer County Prosecuting Attorney, Petitioner's Attorney, whose address is 7 North Court Street. Glenville WV 26351 an a qswer or otherdefense to the Petition filed in this action on or before February 20. 2009 otherwise judgment by default will be taken agamst you at any time thereafter, and termination of you r custodial and parental rights may be ordered by the Court. A copy ot said Petition can be obtained from the Office of the Circuit Clerk of Gilmer County, West Virginia. at the Gilmer County Courthouse. Glenville. WV. State ex. Rel. West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources. Child Protective Services Division. By: Gerald B. Hough Gilmer County Prosecuting Attorney. Entered by the Clerk of said Court on February 5. 2009 Lane Smith Clerk of Court Legal Class II 2t 3-5 .................................................................................................................................. Courthouse News State Police Detachment Reports & Citations Roberta Blake was cited for failure to drive with due care. Arthur Boggswas cited for no proof of insurance. Lisa Danea Dobbins was cited for no proof of insurance. Justin Ray Miller was cited for driving on suspended license. Kharly D. Harper was cited for no proof of insurance. Department of Natural Resources Citations & Reports Danny H. Burrows was cited for non-resident fishing without license. Misdemeanor Gilmer County Magistrate's Court On Mon.. Feb. 2. William Partridge was charged with improper backing on highway. On Mon.. Feb. 16, Michael Lee Ware was charged with expired regis- tration. On Fri., Feb. 20, Crystal Wickline was charged with driving under the influence. On Fri., Feb. 20. Benjamin King was charged with a worthless check written to Glenville Foodland. On Fri.. Feb. 20, Chris Joe Tomblin was charged with assault. On Mon., Feb. 23, Jason M. Gold- smith was charged with four worth- less checks written to Somerville Exxon. On Mon., Feb. 23, Dustin Chad Reed was charged with two worthless checks written to Liquid Assets. Pat's i .'hat Pat Ridpath, Burnsville 472-5102 or 888-294-5401 Ancestor Isaac Brown Had Role in Civil War The roads looked very snow-cov- ered and hazardous this morning, so I immediately decided NOT to go to Huttonsville to Valley Vista Camp- grounds for the dinner. My good friends. Pastor Harold and Ruth Wightman. have retired to their home in French Creek. and the Seventh-day Adventists were having a retirement dinner for them. I hated to miss it. Then Jerry and Alma Heckert asked us to go with them. Jerry drives big semi trucks, so I knew he could get us there if anyone could. The roads from Elkins on were not as bad. While there. Pastor John Ott, whom I had never met. came to talk tome. He is holding meetings several times a weekin the Methodis Church'i¢ : Branyine, heir pastor was .wilt-; ing to accommodate Pastor Ott. be- cause when he was pastor of the Burnsville Methodist Church. he and I presented some health talks in his church. 1 played the piano for his serwces, too. His name is Mark James. Isn't it a small world! Marilouise McNemar emailed me and said some pine trees fell on some of the tombstones at the K of P Cem- etery in Burnsville during the high winds we had recently. That has cre- ated a chore for David Brinkerhoff and other interested folk. I am sure. We must all be faithful to support those who care for the cemetery, be- cause what we send is the only "'pay" they get. Your donations are appreci- ated. Marilouise also wrote that Reva Cogar. who had been at Braxton Health Care Center when she died. was buried at the K of P Cemetery Someone mentioned something I had forgotten about Reva: her dad used to do wallpapering. That is an unusual occupation. I want to thank those who called to get a vegetarian cookbook. Remem- ber. they are a $9.50 donation, which goes to help our Brushy Fork Chris- tian School. Call me at 304-472-5102 or call the school at 304-472-0962. if you want a cookbook. Wally Hefner writes that our talk about trot lines reminded him of George Taylor. He wonders i f anyone remembers him (I do. for one. I remember seeing a catfish he had caught that was so big that. When it was put into one of those large metal [zinc?] washtubs, the fish was so long its nose touched its tail that was curled around to fit the round tub). Wally said that he and Doyle Parmer used to usemy dad's boat. Once when he was paddling, he picked up acan to Upcoming Civic Center Events On Wednesday and Thursday, March 25 and 26. the Expo will be held at the Charleston Civic Center: The Civic Center will host the Capi- tol City Gospel Sing on Friday. March 27. For more information, please visit www. charlexlonwvcivicce/tter, coit. Serving Gilmer & Surrounding Counties Siuce 1953 COLLINS INSURANCE AGENCY t.---., Your Hometown Independent Agent / For your home, mobile home, farm, personal auto, Ilnsurance ) commercial auto, life, ATV, motorcycle, boat, camper, flood, ilAgenl:,, / business INSURANCE & bonds J -- Multi-Poficy Discounts Available, COLLINS INSURANCE AGENCY Jim Collins, Agent 216 E. Main St., Glenvine, WV - Phone 462-7951 ° Fax 462-4600 collins.insurance.agency@gmail.com ° CLOSED SATURDAYS bail out some water that had leaked into the boat. Doyle looked around and saw him pouring the water rtght on the head of a big - very big - Muskie. Doyle was upset. Wally told Doyle the Muskie just wanted a drink of water. Wally also said that back in the 20's, his mother went to school at Glenville by boat. The river was so much deeper then, people would give George an order for fish. He would find suckers, tie aline on an overhang of a tree and use trot lines. He remem- bers the cement bridge that he walked over to go to school, across Salt Lick. There was a fiat top about 12 by 12 at each end of the bridge, and many times he would see catfish heads cov- ering the top. I suppose George pre- pared his fish orders on that bridge. He also remembers that Burnsville was a busy town. When he was in high school, you couldn't find a parking place on Main Street. He says that Sutton has declined as much or more than Burnsville. and if they moved the Court House to Flatwoods. Sutton would be a ghost town (I wonder if Sutton residents agree with that!). When he was in the service. Wally says he saw Tommy Zinn's grave. He spent his second Christmas with a friend in Aachen. A Dutch family took care of the grave of his older brother, who was killed in Market Garden. The grave yard is in Margraten. Tommy Zinn was a local hero. Here's one more Wally Tale: He writes. "A year or two ago you wrote about outhouses. In my library is a book I found, Outhouses of the Ole South. on one of our trips to Pigeon Forge to see Eddie Myles. who did a wonderful Elvis impersonation. Bar- bara says by his looks and voice, he has to be Elvis's son. I read that Priscilla said that Eddie had the clos- est voice to Elvis. Barbara used to make me go down there at least twice a year. After his show, Barbara arid Eddie talked about their bad backs. We always had front row seats. Charlie Hodge was there He met Elvis in the Army and lived at Graceland. Elvis would say, "Thc man who gives me my water and scarves." Barbara would tell him a joke. and then Charlie would tell it again onstage. I once contacted Eddie Myles and asked him if he would call Barbara on her birthday to sing "Happy Birthday." He did call her. but said he wouldn't sing over the telephone. You talk about one surprised woman. She couldn't believe he would call. She is amazed at what I could do. Also at Pigeon Forge I found a book. The Greatest Sports Stories Never Told. There was a story on Danny Heater. They only had two, so I brought both of them and gave one to Danny." Sonny (my brother. Harry) writes, "One of the original settlers of the Burnsville area was Ike Brown, who owned a vast area along the Little Kanawha and is the ancestor of many of the Braxton County citizens today. Like many from that area. he fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War: he lost an arm in the conflict. My grandfather. Vernon Wiant. told me this story. After the war, those who fought for both sides would meet at conventions inheirTespeefive uni f0rms. As Ikeand some;friends walked into the convention hall. they came to a soldier dressed in his Yankee uni- lbrm with both legs and one arm gone; he held a tin cup in his only hand. Ike stopped, dug into his pocket, and put five dollars into the cup. a small "for- tune" in those days. "Ike, why did you do that?" a comrade asked. Ike re- plied. "That's the first %#@* Yankee I ever saw trimmed up to my notion." Fortunately, we have forgotten the bitterness of those days." Toni Wine wants to congratulate her cousin Trey Chapman, of the Braxton Eagles Basketball team. He made his 1.000 points! Also. Happy Birthday to Sarita Gumm on Feb. 26: Pastor Jim Burrough and Nancy Flint, on Feb. 27: Arley Underwood, on Feb. 28: Jason Ramsey, on March 6; and Karen Short, on March 12. She also reminds us the Daylight Savings Time starts Sunday, March 8. Maranatha! *Remember the Burnsville Com- mumty Flea Market. to be held Fri- day and Saturday, March 6 and 7. The good Burnsville Baptist folk will have one table as a "flea market" and one table selling hotdogs with the famous Burnsville Taxi Stand Chili! That will be a treat, especially if you have never tasted that chili! They will also have baked goods. How- ever. their goodies will only be avail- able on Saturday, March 7. There will be many treasures available both days at the other tables. I am sure. This is an occasion you won't want to miss (perhaps this will become a yearly event, don't you think'?). In church or at home, pray for peace around this troubled world and violent Middle East! For AI!Your Auto Needs, Complete Repair, Service, ';. B6dy Work, and 33 & 119, across from State Road HQ 0 Glenville Gle Auto RepairBod¥ Shop Hours: M-F 8 a.m.-5 p,m. Closed Sat,-Sun. 462-5868 Courthouse News Civil Cases Shondra Huffmaster filed suit against Timothy Carter. Mapother & Mapother filed suit against Jeremy Davis. Mark Allison filed suit against Rondle McCumbers, Jr. Mapother & Mapother filed suit against Pamela S. Garner. Booth & McCarthy filed suit against Mary L. Armstrong. Worthless Checks Jason M. Goldsmith was cited for four worthless checks written to Somerville Exxon in the amounts of $31.37, $100.00, $50.00, and $100.00. Jason M. Goldsmith was cited with a worhtless check written to Simmons Country Corner in the amount of $100.00. Dustin Chad Reed was cited for four worthless checks written to the following: Glenville Foodland in the amount of $41.88, two" checks to Towne Bookstore in the amounts of $23.27 and $12.68, and NAPA in the amount of $33.91. Benjamin King was cited for a worthless check written to Glenville Foodland in the amount of $56.17. Samantha L. Fittro was cited for a worthless check written to Glenville Foodland in the amount of $105.06. Circuit Court Divorce Records Mary Jo Roberts, 39 of Glenville, divorced Jon Patrick Roberts, 46, of Glenville. Notice In last week's edition, the William J. Turner is not the Coach William J. Turner. Glenville Police Department Month of January 2009: New Investigations: Status: Domestic Arrested-2 Assault Active Burglary Active Citations: Status: 3 Loose dogs Citation #22540 Tobacco/juven. Citation #22535 Exp. reg./No ins Citation #22543 1 loose dog Citation #22561 Warnings: Status: Illegal parking Moved them Loud music Verbal warning Skateboard riding @ night Took boards Numerous trash bags Written warning Police Calls: Status: Possible gunshots Unfounded 3 Loose dogs Cited Missing vehicle Returned Family dispute Over children Reckless driver Gone Juvenile w/a paint- Gun gwen to ball gun father Loose dog Looked for it .911 Hang,up False alarm Intox. male Gone on arriv. 2 injIJreo deer Put down Unwanted person Left area Assist Citizens: Status: Intox. person Taken home 5 - Vehicle unlock Unlocked Property dispute Civil problem Intox. male Taken to friend Assist Other Agencies: Assist Sheriff's Dept @ River St. - death on scene. Accidents: 2 - no reports, in ditch (ice) WV Sustainable Fair 'Call For Artists' The WV Sustainable Fair "Green Makes Sense" will be held this year at Stonewall Jackson State Park on April 17-18. The keynote speaker on Satur- day afternoon Is Jeff Barrie, whose film "Kilowatt Hours" will be viewed during the day. Around 40 booths will display their wares throughout Satur- day; also several workshops and dem- onstrations are scheduled on topics of alternative energy sources, transpor- tatmn, green building and sustainable living practices. The WV Sustainable Fair is sponsored annually by Davis and Elkins College and Stonewall Jackson State Park. The "Green Makes Sense" Art Show Opening will be held in the Stonewall Resort lobby from 5-7 PM on Satur- day, April 18. First Prize for Best of Show is $100. with $50 prizes awarded in two categories for Best Recycled Materials and Best "Green" Theme. We are specifically looking for artists who work with recycled or renewable materials (.wool. fiber basketry or weaving, wood. stone, etc.) and art- ists who present a "green" theme of living in harmony with nature. Artists should send jpegs, of their entries with dimensions to: connisk@ rahoolcom, or mail slides to Emily Ede. 11 Moore St. Elkins. WV 2624 I. Deadline for entries is March 12. Happy Birthday, Megan! .-:..:.. :::::..:::..:.:.:f.::.: Love, Jeremy, Bra n dy, & Ben tlee