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II1 3 I I .... '-3 Thursday, Apr. 22, 2004 --- The Glenville DemocraUPathf'mder __ Page 3B Board of Education ..... ~= i~ !ii~ Dorothy H. Rhoades, age 65, cam- paigns for a position of the Gilmer Paul Hartmann, 54, of Glenville, County Board of Education with 31 is vying for a position on the Gilmer years' experience as a teacher and County Board of Education. administratorwiththe GilmerCounty A native of Covington, Ky., he at- tended the University of Kentucky School system. Born in Grantsville, Rhoades is a and worked for 10years as acommer- 1955 graduate of Glenville High ciai photographer. He and his wife, school, a 1966 graduate of Glenville Rev. Teresa L. Wayman. have owned State College, where she received a and operated the Towne Bookstore Bachelors degree, on Main Street in Glenville for 15 In 1999, she received her Masters years. Hartmann serves as the presi- degree in School Administration from dent of the Glenville/Gilmer Rotary West Virginia University. Club, and belongs to the Gilmer With a Masters +45, Rhoades is County Economic Development As- certified in the following areas: Prin- sociation. cipal, Elementary K-8; Middle/Jr./Sr. The Hartmanns are the parents of High Principal 5-12; Superintendent Kyra Eha, of Florence, Ky., and Jon K-12; Supervisor General Instruction Hartmann, a sophomore at West Vir- K- 12; and Vocational Administration ginia University. 5-Adult. "Our children's education is the Alton I_, Skinner 111, age 42, run- ning for a position with the Gilmer County Board of Education, is a resi- dent of Sand Fork, and a seif-em- ployect W. Va. licensed contractor. Originally from West.n, Skinner attended Glenvilk State College, where he studied business, land sur- veying, and petroleum engineering. He also trained as a radiation safety officer, and as a wireline engineer, in Fort Worth, Texas. He lists as his greatest accomplish- ments his being a born- again Chris- tian; his marriage of 20 years to the former Teresa Kinder; being the fa- ther of two sons, Caleb Skinner and Seth Skinner; and using his carpenter skills to please people. Skinner is a member of the Church of God of Prophecy in sand Fork, as well as the Sand Fork PTO. In addition, she has permanent cer- most important thing we can contrib- His goal, if elected, is to work with tification in the following areas: El- ute to our nation and community," the other board members t( develop a i Hartmann asserts. If elected, he says, budget that does what is best for the ementary Education 1-8; English 7-9; Social Studies 7-9; and Art 7-9. 'I will always strive to advance the children and the communities served Rhoades was principal at Troy El- process of educating Gilmer County by the Gilmer County Board of Edu- ementary when the school became students before anything else." cation. the only National Blue Ribbon School that Gilmer County has ever had. She is a member of the West Virginia/ Gilmer County Retired teachers As- sociation, as well as the Gilmer County Farm Bureau. The daughter of Harlan and Louise Hogue, of Glenville. Rhoades is mar- fled to Fermen Lee Rhoades, and is the mother of Robin and Pat Stalnaker, of Glenville, Skip and Laura Rhoades, also of Glenville, and Jack Rhoades. of Jackson, Ohio. She has one grand- son, Kevin Rhoades, of Glenville. Rhoades believes that "'All chil- dren deserve the opportunity to ob- tain a quality education. If financially feasible." she says. "I believe it is in the best interests of our children, par- ents and communities to maintain lo- cal schools. As long as safety is not an issue, it is not the building itself but what goes on inside the building that is important. To help achieve these goals, accountability is necessary "' Lifelong State certified as a police officer by graduating from resident of the 54th Basic Class at the Gilmer County w. va. state Police Academy in Institute, W. Va. Vietnam Veteran 18 years of law enforcement experience Proven record of honest, Able and willing to continue dependable service as working hard for the Sheriff-Treasurer of people of Gilmer County Gilmer County 1993-2000. pomtu m ~ ~x by t~ eemtl Support the Claude 'Kemper Scholarship Fund' to memorialize this Bird Man of Gilmer County. Donations can be mailed to the Fund, c/ o Rosa Belle Gainer, Box 12, Glenville 26351. The old Tanner School is the sponsor. i Best Place to Buy & Save! $5,895 Deals now being offered regularly! $8,195 TRAIL STAR TRAILER 1998 SILVER CHEVY ASTRO VAN AWD RIDES 8-PASSENGERS AUTO 4.3 V-6 ENGINE CLOTH SEATS FRONT AND REAR AIR CASSE]-rE PLAYER - ELECTRIC WINDOWS/DOOR LOCKS 2003 16' FOOT TRACKER ALL WELDED - PRO GUIDE V-16 BOAT FRONT MOLNTED MINN KOTA POWER DRIVE TROLLING MOTOR. TRACKER PRO SERIES 541 MERCURY 50 ILP. F.NGINE 4 SEAT. SI X PERSON OR ~ LBS CAPACITY 76,000 Miles $8,295 1995 GREEN DODGE RAM LARAMIE SLT 1500 V41MAG ENGINE AIR AUTO 4X4 POWER WL~/DOWS AND DOOR LOCKS CASSETE PLAYER REG. BED RUNNING BOARDS BED LINER $11,795 1995 GREEN DODGE RAM LARAMIE SLT 150 V4 MAG ENGINE 4-DOOR EXTENDED CAB AIR. AUTO. 41f~ POWER WINDOWS AND DOOR LOCKS CASSETTE FI,.A YER * CI.,OTI! INTERIOR , FIBERGLASS RUNNING BOARDS . IIi'~DLINER Quality Trade-Ins are being acquired daily! ii+ County Clerk Circuit Clerk Kelly A. Radcliff, age 34, of Linn, is running for the Gilmer County Board of Education. A graduate of Gilmer County High School, she manages the Common Place restaurant on Main Street in downtown Glenville, and is involved Lane Smith, age 63, has server in many capacities with local youth Gilmer County as Circuit Clerk since and athletic groups in Gilmer County. 1975, and hopes to fill the post again In addition to serving on the Local Beverly Marks, who lives on Joe's when he runs on May 11. School Improvement Council atRun, near Sand Fork, is running for a ACedarvilleresident, Smithgradu- GCHS and on the Athletic Advisory secondsix-yeartermasGilmerCounty ated in 1959 from Normantown High Council, Radcliff serves as president Clerk. School. Prior to being elected to his of the Sand Fork PTO, as treasurer of A 1968 graduate of Sand Fork High first term as Circuit Clerk, he worked the Little League and 4-H League School, Marks has worked in the of- for nearly eight years as sheriff's Soccer, and as tournament coordina- rice of the County Clerk for more than deputy, as a member of the Gienville tor for the GCHS Athletic Boosters, 25 years; she secured her first term as City Police Department, and as a Glen- leading various fundraisers for many County Clerk six years ago. ville State College secur!ty guard. He organizations. Marksisamemberofthe Glenville also drove a school bus in Gilmer, Married to Robert Radcliff, she Church of Christ, the GilmerCounty' County" co_u.n. .as .part of her relevant expert- Democratic Women, and she serves Smith is active in the Cedar Creek ence for the board position raising asacommitteememberforBoyScouts Baptist Church, and serves as Secre- two children, Roberta and William. of America Troop 79. tary of the Lion's Club, secretary of Her goal, if elected, will he "to better Married to Harold Marks, she has the Cedar Creek Game Club, and treaL many aspects of the educational ex- four children: Greg Marks, Mark surer of the Gilmer County perience for the children of Gilmer Hainut, JamesHainutandJennyWilt. Coonhunters;he serves on the Board County." A primary goal, if elected, Marks of Directors with both the Gilmer In 2002, Radcliff was the recipient says, is to "serve the public as well as County Farm Bureau and the Gilmer of the Gilmer County Economic de- we have in the past, and to run the ColmtV Little League. velopment Association's Youth Vol- office of the County Clerk as effi- If elected, he hopes to serve the unteer of the Year award, ciently as possible within our bud- peopleofGilmerCountytothebestof" get." his ability. Vote for Endorsed by: Citizens Action Group The West Virginia Education Association The North Central WV Labor Council West Virginia Sheet Metal Workers Operating Engineers of West Virginia and His Mom Vote Putting People First Again '*t Democrat for State Senate Paid for by Adler for Senate. B. Adler Treasurer I I t I I i Pulpwood - All Species $18.00/ton - Delivered to our yard Braxton Lumber Co., Inc. Heaters, WV Call (304) 765-5461 for details. 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