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.... Thursday, May 20, 2004 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 13 I I t - Gilmer Goings On TOPS TOPS # WV 218, Glenville, an- nounces the best "losers" for the month of April: Congratulations go to Donna Norman, 1st place. Tied for second were Roberta Blake and Loretta Pugh. Third place goes to Jennifer Helmick. For information about TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sen- sibly) call 462-7777 or 269-7826. TOPS meets each Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. at A Small Wodd Day Care on Elm Street. RON AND LYNNE KEMPER TO SPEAK AT THSAA LUCHEON At noon on Sat. May 29, the Tanner High School Alumni Association will hold its 20th annual luncheon at the Gimer County Senior Center. Ronald Kemper, son of the late bird carver, Claude R. Kemper, and his wife, Lynna, will be the luncheon speak- ers. LANDMARKS COMMISSION The Gilmer County Historic Land- marks Commissions, will meet Thur., May 20, at 6:30 pm, at the Commu- nity Showcase, 115 E. Main St., Glen- ville. For into: contact Jim Bailey at 462-7545. AI-I'ENTION ALL SIXTH GRADERS There will be a sixth grade field day at the Gilmer County Recreation Barn on Fn., May 21. Conservation sub- jects will be discussed. Lunch will be provided. Our Neighbors BAKED HAM DINNER On Sunday, May 23 there will be a 9th ANNUAL W.Va. TIMBER AND Baked Ham Dinner from 12-1:30 pm WOOD PRODUCTS SHOW at St. Johannes Lutheran Church The Dth Annual WV Timber and Wood sponsored by the St. Clara Super- Products Show will be held at Holly nova 4-H Club. Tickets are available Gray Park in Flatwoods on May 22 from Sue Ross at 873-1893 or Linda and 23. Special attractions include Muhly at 873-2964 or club members. Hank Peters Lumberjack Show, Tur- T'mkets must be ordered in advance, keyCall, BowShoot and Skidder Pull. by Wed., May 19. Please come out For additional information contact the and support the young people as they West Virginia Forestry Association at raise funds for camp and activities. 1-888-372-WOOD. SL Johannes is located in the St. Clara community, off of Rt. 18 south. SUPPORT OUR PRESIDENT AND TROOPS RALLY will be held at Norwood Park, Lion's Pavilion, Nutter Fort, Clarksburg, WV. Pack a lunch and bnng the family. Music, lbod available, and balloons for the children. Church Activities, CEMETERY CLEAN UP The Hom Creek Cemetery clean up and annual meeting will be held Sat., May 22. Clean up will start at 8:00 am RAMP DINNER with the business meeting at 11:00 There will be a romp dinner at the am. All persons having an interest in Minnora Community Center this Sat- the Horn Creek Cemetery am asked urday, May 22 from 1:00 p.m.till ?. to come and help in the clean up. The The center is located on Rt. 133 and GILMER WATERSHED Cemetery looks good thanks to those Rt. 16, or about 15 minutes north on MEETINGS who have helped in the past. With a Rt. 16 from the Big Otter exit at the The Canaan Valley lnstitue along with good tumout the work should be com- intersection of 1-79 and Rt. 16. The the Gilmer Watershed Coalition will pleted in time for the meeting. You menu will consist of scrambled eggs, hold meetings to review the status of are encouraged to attend the meeting bacon, fried chicken, brown beans, the flood mapping and to discuss up- and help make decisions on those green beans, fried and mashed pota- coming free classes on watershed items of business that will effect the toes, gravy, salads, various special related topics. The following meet- future needs of the cemetery. Thank ramp dishes, corn bread and rolls, ings are scheduled: Glenvitle, Tues., You desserts, and dnnks. Donations will be taken. Any questions call 655-8549 June 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the Commu- AMERICORPS "BABY CLOSET" or 655-8826. nity Showcase; Tanner, Wed., June ;s in need of a crib or bassinette for a 2 at 6:30 p.m. at the Kinghts of Pythias newbom, who will be joining their tam- VANDALIA GATHERING Hall; Troy, Thurs., June 3 at 6:30 Sly in app. two weeks. PLEASE drop The 28th Annual Vandalia Gathering p.m. at the Troy Elementary School; off at CRI Glenville or call for'pick-up will be held May 28-30 at the Cultural t-r cedarville, Mon., June 7 at 6:00 p.m. at 462-8698. Center and State Capitol Grounds. at the Fire Department; and Sand There will be old-time music, ethnic Fork. Tues.. June 8 at 6:30 p.mat and traditional dancing, storytelling, the Sand Fork Elementary School. FOOD DRIVE food, kids' games, crafts and quilts, Please note that the Cedarville meet- Sandra Hess and Sandm Harding are concerts. ing was rescheduled from May 17. sponisoring a Food Dave to re-stock the CRI food pantry, May 17-21. "SENIOR PROM" AGRICULTURAL SAFETY Please drop off donations at CRI or West Virginia's 7th annual Senior COURSE call 462-8698 for pick-up. Prom, Sponsored by the Marion will be held on May 24 at the Com- County Senior Citizens, Inc.," A Tra- dition of Elegance", will be held Fri- munity Showcase. Call extension of- GILMER COUNTY SPECIAL day, June 4, at the Fairmont Field rice to register at 462-7061. Course OLYMPICS DISCOUNT CARDS Club. Social Time - 5:30 pm, Dinner/ isfree. The new discount cards are now avail- Dance - 7:00-11:00 pro. Doors open . PURINA MILLS INFORMATION able. If you wish to purchase a card, at 5:00, dress is semi formal (Black MEETING please contact any Special Educa- Tie Optional). The music will be pro- on cattle, goats, sheep, rabbits, and tion teacherorstudent. We would urge vided by, The Bobby Nicholas Or- horses will be held at McCartney you to frequent the businesses that chestra & The Royals Band. Ad- Trailer Sales on May 25 at 6:30 p.m. take part in this program. All proceeds vanced tickets availableat the Senior Hosted by Gilmer County 4-H and all go to the county Special Olympics Center. 105 Maplewood Dr., Fairmont. are welcome to attend, program. Phone: 304-366-8779. DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP There will be a Diabetes Support Group Meeting on Thur., May 27, at the First Baptist Church, Main St., Glenvitle. The meeting will begin at 6:00 pro. Marie Gravely, Dietician/ NutritionistJCertified Diabetes Educa- tor will be speaking about Proper Nu- trition. This will include what diabetic patients should eat and how to plan meals. All diabetic patients and guests am welcome. If you have questions. please call Julle Beckner at 462-7322. Sponsored by Gilmer Pn'mary Care. Join a local civic or fraternal club: Try out the Moose Lodge this month! GILMER COUNTY TO DISCUSS... MENTAL ILLNESS First District Congressman Alan B. SUPPORT GROUP Mollohan's Area Representative, Do you have a family member who JaneMerandi, will be available to visit suffers from a mental illness? You residents of Gilmer County to dis- may be interested in a new support cuss with constituents any problems group for family members and friends. concerning a federal agency or ques- This group will offer encouragement tions or comments regarding legisla- and help to you, the family member. tive concerns.She wil* be at the Gilmer Come meet with others who are fa- County Senior Citizens Center from miliar with the same problems and 10:30 a.m.until 12:00 Noon on Thurs- concerns you have. This group will day, May 27, 2003. Residents are meet at the Braxton Co. Senior Cen- encouraged to visit the tar, 602 Elk St., Gassaway on Tues- Congressman's representative during day, May 25 at 6:30. For more infor- this time. No appointment is neces- mation call DeAnn at 364-5961. sary. Ms. Merandi is scheduled to visit the Senior Center on the fourth Thursday of each month. WEIGHT WATCHERS MEETING Weight watchers will meet every Monday at the Trinity United Meth- odist Church, 112 East Main St., Glenville. Weigh-in is at 5:00 pm, the StopbytheMainSt.Lodgefordetails! meeting starts at 6:00 pm. .m: Glenville Moose Lodge #2604 Visit Kim at the GlenviEe Moose Eatery Private Dining Room. Open: Tues.- Sat., 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm *Daily specials* Steak * American * Pasta * Affordable prices Comfortable family, atmosphere. , ............ Members and Guests Watch Saturdays at 6:00 p.m. Final drawing for contestants and home players May 20, 2004. p- m p- On-airWV contestant- May 15, 2004 Dillon .............. St. Albans, WV ................ $ 1,000 At-home players - $100 ii ii , judyv= OH V~u~r'i= Turner Huntington Amy ~ South Point, OH Tom Cano ~urg c.,~n n,*~ ~.. **he~ rou #rt. Last D ng May 2004 = w~t V'rgna Lotteq, Headquarters PAGEANT Preliminary pageant, Sunday after- noon, May 23, at Comfort Inn Summersville. Gids ages 0 mths. up to 15 years. Boys ages 0 mths. up to 9 years. This is the Preliminary pag- eant for State Finals that wilt be held November 6-7 at the Days Inn Flatwoods. Custom awards! Phone: 304-926-6654. E-maSh littlemswvpag @aol. com. umJ ~16, 7004. MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH will be having a Revival starting May 23 at 7:00 p.m. with Missionary Brother Ben Andrews helping. Them will be special singing. Everyone is welcome. Elder Richard Wesffall, Pastor. HOMECOMING Pisgah Methodist Homecoming will be Sun., May 30 beginning at 2 pm at the church located approximately eight miles west of Glenville on Rt. 5. The musical program will include Heaven's Harmony Quartet, Norfolk and South- ern, Steve, Leonard, and Jim Stalnaker. Rev Robert H. Nicholas and wife Eleanor will lead the congrega- tion in song. Everyone welcome. Reunions HESS FAMILY The Hess Family Reunion will be May 30 at Cedar Creek State Park. Family and friends are welcome. ROSEDALE SCHOOL REUNION The Rosedale School Reunion will be held on June 5 at the Rec. Building at Cedar Creek State Park. Bring a cov- ered dish and something for the auc- tion. Eating utensils will be provided. Hope you can come and enjoy the day as we reminisce about old school days. IN THE JUVENILE COURT OF GILMER Region Vl Wortdorce Investment Board COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA RequUt for Proposal STATE ex. tel. THE WEST VIRGINIA The Region VI Workforce Investment DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN Board (Reg. VI WlB) announces the issuance RESOURCES, of e Request for Proposal from interested and vs qualified parties for the provision of Rapid R.P, a juvenile, Case No.:04-JA-2 ResponseandDistocatsdWorkerCenterSer- NP., a juvenile, Case No.: 04-JA-3 vices in it's thirteen county area of operation S.A., a juvenile, Case No: 04-JA-4 for the contract period of July 1,2004 through CONNIE PRITr, the natural mother of RP., June 30, 2005. adoptive mother of N.P., and Guardian of S.A, The Request for Proposal package is TERRY PRffT, the natural father of R.P., available by request by phone or in writing adoptive lather of N.P., and Guardian of S.A., to the Reg. VI WlB (no fax or e-mall CARA STALLINGS, the natural mother of requests) at Region VI Workforce S A., and John Doe, unknown father of S.A., Investment Board ORDER OF PUBLICATION 107-109 Adams Street To: Cars Stallings and John Doe, Suite 140 The object of the above entitled action is to Felrmont, WV 26554 seek the termination of the parental rights of Cara (304) 3~-9530, , Stallings and John Doe. or by downloading from the Region VI You are hereby notified that an abuse and/or website "Funding Opportunities" menu head- neglect and/or abandonment petition has been ing filed with the Circuit Court of Gilmer County, West A Pre-Proposal Bidder's conference will Virginia, on the 21st day of April, 2004, and as- be held on Monday May 24, at 1 pm at lhe signed case numbers 04-JA-2, 3, and 4, wherein it State Capital Complex at 109 Adam's Street, is alleged that the father of infant S.A., is unknown Fatrmont. and the mother of the infant S.A. is Cara Stallings, Completed Proposals must be submitted and that the intant S.A., was placed in the custody in to the Region Vl WlB office ~ of West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources on April 21, 2004, with said infant The Region VI Workforce Investment remaining in the care, custody and control of the Board reservesthe right toaccept or reject any said Department since that time in accordance orallproposalsatenytimedunngthebldding with WV Code 49-6-3. You and each of your are and review process. The Board also reserves hereby notified that you have the right to have the rtghllowaNeanyformalitiesinbldswhera counsel present at all stages of these proceedings acceptance, rejection, or waiver is considered and ALL PROCEEDINGS CAN RESULT IN THE in the best interest of the Region VI Workforce PERMANENT TERMINATION OF CUSTODIAL Investment Board. In the event proposals are AND PARENTAL RIGHTS TO SAID INFANT rejected due toprogramming changes, regu- CHILD. iaton/changes, or budget constraints, bidders Accordingly, it is Ordered that each of them do will be notified in wdting. appear and serve upon Jeffrey L. Hall, Special Region VI Workforce Investment Board Prosecuting Attorney of GilmerCounty, Petitioneds Legal Class I It 5-20 attorney, whose addressis 137 S. Main St., Wobstar ........................................................ Spring, WV 26288, an answer or other defense to NOTICE TO CREDITORS CEDARVILLE SCHOOL Cedarville School reunion to be held Sun., May 30 at Cedar Creek State Park, shelter #2. Bring something for the auction, pictures or any memora- bilia. Please come and bring a cov- ered dish, eating utensils will be pro- vided. We will eat at 1:00 sharp. Hope ................................................................ Justice is a machine that, when push, rolls on itself. the Petition filed in this action on or before June 19, To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the 2004,otherwtsejudgementbydefauit willbetaken Estate of Dorothy L. Richards, deceased, All against them at any time thereafter, and termine- persons having claims against the Estate of lion of your custodial and parental rights may be Dorothy L. Richard.s, whether due or not are ordered by the Court. notified to exhibit same with the voucher the A copy of said petition can be obtained from proof legally verified to the undersigned on or the Office of the Circuit Clerk of Gilmer County, before the 26th day of August, 2004, other- West Virginia at the Gilmer County Court House, wise they may by law be excluded from all Glenville, West Virginia. benefits of said estate. State ex. tel. Department of Health and Hu- AIIbeneficiariasofseldestatemayappear man Resources, Child Protective Services on or before said day to examine said claims Division, and otherwise protect their interest. By: Jeffrey L. Hall, Special Prosecuting Attor- Dated this the 15th of May 2004. ney of Gilmer County, WV. C. Joel Shaneay, Fiduciary Commls- Entered by the Clerk of said Court May 14, sloner 2004 GIImer County, West Virginia Lane Smith Legal Class II 5-27c Clerk of Court ......................................................... Legal Class II 2t 5-27c FIDUCIARY NOTICE .............................................................. Please take notice that Larry Keith Cole, LEGAL NOTICE OF GSC PURCHASE Executor, for the Jack Townsend Estate, is RFP# now before me for Final Settlement, GS000008 Dated this the 16th day of May 2004, Glenville State College is seeking proposals for C. Joel Shanesy, Fiduciary Commla- Physician Services for the students of GSC. sioner Gllmer County, West Virginia Legal Class II 5-27c June 7, 2004 ........................................................... 2:00 pm A proposal package may be obtatned by con- Use Cedar Creek State tacting Joyce E. Riddle, Director of Purchasing, GlenvilleStateCollege,200HighStreet, Glenville, Park; it's got several . VVV 26351. (Phone: 304-462-413t), walking trails in the rural (Email: Appalachian Mountains! Legal Class 1 It 5-20c you can come and enjoy the day remi- II II niscing of old school days. , HUGHES-DUFFIELD The annual Hughes-Duffield reunion will be held on July 2, 3, and 4 at the family home place in Duck (Clay County). Them will be a pot-luck pic- nic lunch on Sat., July 3. Please bring something to sham. An auction will be held to raise money for expenses. If you have an item to donate, please bring it with you and join in on the bidding fun. Camping out is encour- aged for those who want to partici- pate all three days. All family mem- bers and friends of Henderson and Flors (Duffield) Hughes and Florence Goad Duffield are invited to attend. Please call 304-757-3566 for more information or directions. someone has given it a starting ---John Galsworthy I The Folk Festival. Committee would like to thank Larry Chapman, Donna Waddell and the folks at the Family Resource Network, Glenville State College, Mike Morningstar, Rick Roberts, and all the 1" tl Gilmer Countians who ] bought tickets, for the ,Ij ] wonderful benefit (J concert for the festival. We appreciate the support To those who cast their ballots during the May 11 primary election: Please accept my " thanks and appreciation for further opportunities to serve Gilmer County as we continue to grow and move forward. Remaining united as Gilmer Countians will guarantee our success for the future. Plid Ircw by the eandidMe. III t MARRIAGES GILMER COUNTY on May 3, 2004, Lanta James SHERIFF'S DEPT. Jenkins, 22, of Glenville, andOn May 8, 2004, Jason W. Starcher Charlene Mae AIlen, 45, also of Glen- was cited by the Gilmer County villa, were married in Burnsville by Sheriff'sDept.fornooperator'slicense, Jesse R. Blake. On May 8, 2004, Scott Burl and for registration violation. On May 13, 2004, Teresa Stump, Simmons, 28, of Cox's Mills, and 18, of Normantown, dnving a 1995 Stacey Erin Greenlief, 21, also of Oldsmobile Achieva, was traveling Cox's Mills, were married in Troy by west on the Left Fork of Steer Creek Roger Luzader. ( when her vehicle ran WORTHLESS CHECKS slightly off the road to Glenville Foodland v. Mark the left. When she ap- Kennedy, for a check in the ~; plied her brakes, ac- amount of $79.33. cording to the report, Glenville Foodland they stuck, leaving a v.Heather L. Townsend, for skid mark. The vehicle a check in the amount ran into the ditch on of $32.23. the left side of the road, W. VA. STATE coming to a rest on its POLICE top. GLENVILLE CITATIONS =:----- --- CITY POLICE On May 4, 2004, Robed U. Kerns was cited by W. Vs. CRASH REPORT State Police for speeding. On May 14, 2004, Donald H. Hess, On May 6, 2004, Joseph M. Pauley owner of a 1998 Plymouth, reported to was cited by W. Va. State Police for Glenville City Policethat, while parked. seat belt violations. ~n the East Side of Gilmer County On May l 0, 2004, Gary A. Copeland. High School, his car was backed into was cited by W. Va. State Police for" by an unknown vehicle. Damage was speeding. " incurred. At Hays City * Since 1961 Tues.-Fri. 9-5:30 Sat. 9-1 Glenville 462-4400 Grantsville 1-800-941-8320 200:3 Honda 350 Rancher - 4 wheeler, 4x4, low hours ' " 2002 GMC Envoy-4x4,auto, pw, pl, p seat, cd, nice, white 2002 Jeep Liberty Sport - 3.7 liter,4x4, auto,pw, pl, cd, cruise, tilt 2001 Mits Montero Sport- 4x4; leather, cd, sunroof, loaded, Silver 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport - auto, pw, pl, am/fm cass,a/c 2001 Ford Ranger Edge * 3rd dr, 4x4, cd, a/c,pw, pl, Io al owner cruise, tilt 2001 GMC Sierra Z71.4x4, quad door, AM/FM CD, 2000 GMC K1500 Sierra -5sp, pw, pl, 4x4, cd, cruise 2001 Olds Bravada Platinum - Smart Trak, auto, pw, pl, cd, tilt 2000 GMC K1500 - 5 sp, pw, pl, a/c, V8, 4x4, one local owner 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport - 4x4, 4dr, auto, pw, pl, a/c, sunroof 2000 GMC S-15 Sonoma-4x4, amJfm,cass,auto,local owner 2000 Ford Escort - auto, 2 dr, am/fm, 4cyl,40k,local owner, black 1999 Chrysler C0ncorde - 4 dr, auto,am/fro cass,a/c,crulse,tilt 1998 Ford F150 XL - lifted, 4x4, 5 sp, cd, black, reg cab, hitch 1998 JeeD Cherokee Sport - auto, 4 dr, pw, P!, 4x4, cru.ise, tilt t