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8 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder April 22, 1976 U)cal DZ Chapter wins awards ' Glenville State College in Gten- l][te, West Virginia was 1he setting as r 250 Delta Zeta's and their special sts held their annual State Day. ":i The State Day activities began at 9:60 a.m. on Saturday morning and :[minated with an awards banquet in =lj Pioneer Ballroom at Glenville State :College. The theme of the Day was "DZ Spirit of 76" and this was carried out in a color scheme of red, white & blue. Judy Leiving, a junior physical LEGAL NOTICES education major from West Columbia and President of There Xi Chapter started the banquet by speaking on this theme. Dr. D. Banks Wilburn, President of Glenville State College gave a warm and touching welcome to the state chapters. Mrs. Berth, a member of the National Council and an honored guest spoke on the Sorority's Diamond Jubilee. The moment that was the culmination of more than a year's hard work and dedication came when Mrs. Emmajo Shearer, PCD of Province IV-West Virginia, began the an- nouncement of Awards. Morris Harvey dominated the first part of the presentation by capturing the coveted Philanthropy Award and the Most Improved Chapter. The Scholarship | S e m, Sears STORE HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. Weatherbeater Paint Sale White Available in the Store. S I m ts i ears |: I Phone 462-7939 -- 462-8483  .4 uthorized CATAll)G SALES MERCHANT l To The Voters of Gilmer County I, Clark R. James, am a democratic candidate for :Sheriff of Gilmer County. I regret that I will be unable to make a house to house canvas in this campaign. A campaign of this nature would be time consuming, therefore it would create a great neglect upon the duties and responsibilities of the Sheriff's office. • However, I will try to contact as many voters as my spare time permits. So please accept this as a personal invitation to vote for me for Sheriff of timer County on May 11, 1976. ] Clark R. James Award went to Shepherd with a cumulative average of 3.0. Individual Scholarship Awards also went to Glenville, Morris Harvey and West Liberty. The 100% Initiation Awards went to Morris Harvey and Glenville. West Liberty received the award for best Scrapbook and Morris Harvey received the award for Best Pressbook. The Outstanding Collegient in the state, an award given to a senior nomineee from one of the chapters went to Vickie McCracken of Glenville. The Activities Award went to a very deserving West Liberty, The last award, Outstanding Chapter in the State went to a surprised and happy GlenviUe. The evening ended with a songfest. Judges included, Dr. Ray- mond Jones, professor of Music at Glenville, Dr. Gary Gillespie, Professor of Fine Arts and English at Glenville and Mr. Paul Dworak, Instructor of Music at Glenville. West Liberty captured the hearts of everyone at the Banquet with a beautiful combination of two songs "I Believe" and "Over the Rainbow". Fairmont ended with a close second with a rendition of several Patriotic songs set to sorority words. There are eight Delta Zeta chapters in West Virginia including Theta Xi at Glenville. The other chapters are: Delta Upsilon at Marshall University, Epsilon Delta at Concord, Epsilon Iota at Fairmont, Zeta Tau at Morris Harvey, Iota Pi at West Virginia Tech, Iota Tau at West Liberty, and Kappa Mu at Shepherd. These chapters comprise Province IV and are under the direction of Province oordinator and Director Mrs. Emmajo Shearer. Theta Xi Chapter is located at the sorority house at 305 East Main St. in Glenville. Currently, Miss Paulette Jackson, Instructor in Computer Science and Director of the Computer Center at GlenviUe State College is the Chapter CCD. Paid for by Clark R. James William, Hunt, Inc, REALTORS A. B. Stewart 364-2431 512 Elk Street - Gassaway Office 364-8365 Or 364-5547 Evenings Call: William Hunt 765-2401 Wendell Hay 765-5164 Beautiful 2 acres with small house, gas, city water - °14,500'°. 3 Bedroom house on 8 acres, all fenced, possible FAA FHA financing - *22,500**. Sold In Eleven Days! BurnsvUle Hardware: 1,600 Squ.m-e Foot Building In Excellent Location, All Stock, Eqmpment, Real Estate, 2 Lots, '39,500 N For All. What Can We Sell For You? Land: We've Got It With And Without Homes • Burnsvtlle - 22 Acres Tate Creek - 213 Acres Sand Fork - 56 Acres Near Gassaway - 72 Acres Napier - 119 Acres Crooked Fork - 169 Acres !.Nicholas County - 18 Acres Birch River- 47 Acres . Near Birch River - 4 Acres : Near Gassaway - 18 Acres Sutton - 5 Acres Dusk Camp - 119 Acres Sutton - 6 Acres, $3,500. Steer Creek. 142 Acres Near GlenvUle - 163 Acres Alice - 70 Acres Wolf Creek - 78 Acres Sinking Creek - 11 Acres Plus A Whole Lot Morel Call Write, Or Peddle Down For Free Brochure NOTIC TO CONTRACTOR8 Sealed proposals will be received by the Wnst Virginiu Department of Ilighwavs at its effi(:e in Charleston, West Virginia, Room A-132. 1900 Washington Street, East, until tO a.m.. Tuesday, May 4, 1976 and saidproposals will be publicly opened and read immediately thereafter for the construction of the following project on State Highways. All Projects are for Hot Laid Bituminous Concrete unless otherwise noted. GILMER COUNTY. 711-17-5.53, 4.23 miles of Cedar Creek {Park Section) Road on Gilmer County 17 {Local Service}. All Proposal Guaranties are $2.000.00 or 5% of total bid, whichever is greater. The West Virginia Department of Highways hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation, and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award. WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS E.H, POST EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 4-15-2tc NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the estate of Robert R. Kulp, deceased: All persons having claims against the estate of Robert R. Kulp, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same with the voucher thereof legally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the City of Glenville. Wast Virginia en or before October 20. 1976. at 3:00 o'clock P.M.. otherwise, they may by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests, Given under my hand this the 14th day of April, 1976. Paul H. Woodford II Commissioner of Accounts Gilmer County, West Virginia 22-2t* MOTOR CARRIER NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PERMIT TO OPERATE AS A CONTRACT CARRIER AND FOR TEMPORARY AUTHORITY M.C. CASE NO. 18587 The undersigned has filed with the Public Service Commission of West Virginia an application for a permit to operate Four (4] motor vehicle{s) as a contract carrier in the transportation of stone and rock within and between points and places in Preston. Tucker, Barbour, Lewis. Braxton, Gilmer, Harrison and Taylor Counties, under contract with Valley Quarries, Inc. Rate to be paid $0.05 per ton mile Temporary authority for the above operation may be granted unless written protest stating the reasons therefor is filed with the Commission at it offices in the Capitol Building in Charleston within three (3} days of this publication, A permit to operate as a contract carrier, as hereinabove set forth, may be issued on this application, without formal hearing thereon, unless written protest stating the reasons therefor is filed with the Commission at its offices in the Capitol Building in Charleston within ten {10) days of this publication. Raymond Liberati Route 1, Box 173 Mt. Clara, W. Va. 26408 4-22-Itc PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMIS- SION OF WEST VIRGINIA, at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 8th day of April, 1976. M.C. CASE NO. 19253 WEST CEN'IAL RURAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. INC, (GrantsviUe, Calhoun County}, Application for authority to discontinue service, WHEREAS. West Central Rural Transporta- tion Systems, Inc., has filed application for authority to discontinue operation under P.S.C. M.C. Certificate Ne. 5793, to operate as a common carrier ef passengers in a bus service over regular scheduled routes ef operation in Calhoun, Doddridge, Gtlmer. Iackaon, Roane. Pleaeants, Tyler, Ritchie, and Wood Counties. IT IS, THEREFORE* ORDERED that this matter be set for hearing to be held in the Commission's Hearing Room at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 4th day of May, 1976, et 10:00 a.m., EDST, at which time and place the applicant may appear end proaecuta said application. Leave ts hereby granted te anyone interested to file objection to said application at any time on er before said date or et said hearing. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the applicant give notice ef the filing of said application and of the time and place ef said hearing by publishing a copy of this order in newspapers published an ef general circulation in each of the Counties ef Calhoun, Deddridge, Glimer, Jackson, Reane, Pleasants, Tyler, Ritchie, and Wood Ceunties. S. Graver Smith. Jr., Secretory Testa 4-22-1 tc C-4-22-1 tc NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the West Virginia Department ef Highways at Its office in Charleston, West Virginia, Room A-132, 1900 Washingten Street, East, until 10 a.m., Thursday. May 13, 1976 and said proposals will be publicly opened and read immediately thereafter tar the construction of the fellowin8 project on State Highw=ays. All Projects are for Bituminous Concrete Wearing Course unless otherwise noted. GILMER COUNTY. 711-47-4.97 and 711-47. .41. 711-47-4,96, 4.44 miles of Cox's Mill - Troy end on WV 47 Feeder}, 711-47-.41, 3.62 miles of Troy - Linn Road on  47 {Feedarl. All Proposal Guaranties aa $2,000.00 or 5% of total bid, whichever is greeter. The West Virginia Department of Highways hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation, and will net be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an sward. WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS E.H. POST EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 4-22-2tc GILMER CO. BOARD OF EDUCATION The Gilmer County Board of Education will receive sealed bids at these offit:es, 201 N. Court Street, Glenville, WV, until 4 p,m., April 29, 1976. For tearing down and removing the Giimer County High School lunch room. The Board of Education retains ned will remove all furnishings and equipment, and required the successful bidder to completely remove bldg. structure and debris from premises before May 10, 1976. Contact the Board of Education office for further details• The Board reserves the right to reiect any or all bids• Ronald I. Welty, Sec. 4-22-2tc To the estate of Homer I All ,[ tlomer P. are notified to theretJ illel m otherwise they benefits t)f said All beneficial on or before otherwise protect Given under April. 1976. ECONOM • the buy-word in cars • the by-word in car fii BORROW AT THE BANK AND SAVE KANAWHA UNION GlenviUe, West Virginia ’lk'positor tnsursd to 0.0OO TO VOTERS I am e candidate for non-partisan but will not be able to meet all voters interested in the progress of Gilmer system. I'm from Troy District and a three school children. I've been engaged business for tvnty five years. Gilmer County is not a rich county. we have college teachers, oil and gas i majority of people are not in that" of voting for more bonds and levies, l'm in more wise use of the money we have present schools open. I believe that the extending of Glenville is going to make a hardship on Schools. I do not believe in increasing the salary any more, I hope to be able to represent the all will be benefitted. Your support and appreciated. C.M. BAILEY COX'S MI Political Advertisement Paid for by C.M. Bails/ Kawasaki TRUCKLOAD ORDINANC TOWN OF SAND FORK We heve en ordinance in e"ect Aprll ,.197,. On 1975 250 Enduro All dogs have to be kept tied or maintained, Any damage that occurs to crops, ewners will be responsible. /  D^,,,,,, I,, Town of Sand Perk. WV. =;u,or 4-15-2tc ....,..,...,,,,....,.....,, Sale Price • " " TO i Deduct Up AYe • ar : • From Federal " S _ : ave =360°° Gross Income : Coming Soon! : If you are working but not : Truckload Of Accessories At S * covered by a pension plan • ; you may be able to use up : NGK Plugs (Limit 4) le "Honl • to $1,500 a year to set up • : your own retirement fund : 69 ’ Cyc • Regularly Sl  • on a tax deductible basis. • Call or write, * • . Tie Down Belts K-: • HUNTE B. BEALL. IR : $899 99' 813 Grand Central Avenue • • Regularly =11  • Vienna, W.Va. 26105 • • Office:,304}295.4561 " Locka • *  Residence {3041 295-5353 • . • Where the futureis rt : • Just Off 1-79 At • • Phone 765-7421 • Metropolitan Life, New York. N.Y. • @a a a $•)eQa e/)eeee aa, e, eeeo @0•@