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Page 10- The Glenville l)emocrat Thursday, May 21, 2{)09 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE SALE Pursuant to the authority vested in the undersigned by deed of trust dated the 31 st day of October, 2005, signed by Steven Gray and Mary Hess, to John R. Lukens. Trustee, which said deed of trust is of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, West Virginia, in Trust Deed Book 149, at page 282, and the undersigned, R. Vance Golden III, Trustee having been requested so to do by the Lender, and default having been made under the terms and conditions of said deed of trust, and the provisions in said deed of trust concerning acceleration hvaing been complied with by the Lender and present holder of the note, said Trustee will sell at public auction at 4:45 o'clock, p.m. on the 29th day of May, 2009 at the front doors of the Courthouse in Gilmer County, West Virginia the following described real estate: Said tract or parcel of land lying and being situate below the mouth of Leading Creek on the Little Kanawha River, in DeKatb District, Gilmer County, West Virginia, and being Lot No. (1) as shown and designated on the map or plat of Riverview Subdivision, which said map or plat of said subdivision is of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Gilmer County, West Virginia, said Lot No. 1 being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a stone on the western side of the State Route No. 5, 20 feet from the center of said Highway, corner to lands of H.S. Woofter; thence with Woofler's line S. 74 W. approxi- mately 350 feet to a black walnut on the bank of Little Kanawha River; thence up said river and with the meanders thereof a distance of approximately 100 feet to a concrete marker on the bank of said river, corner to Lot No. 2; thence leaving said river with line of Lot No. 2, N. 74 E, approximately 350 feet to a concrete marker, corner to Lot No. 2 at State Highway; thence N. 18 W. 100 feet to the place of beginning. It is the intention of this notice to sell the secured property by proper description as was intended to be transferred and conveyed in the aforesaid deed of trust. The above described real estate 3101 WV Highway 5 W. Glenville, West Virginia 26351 is reported to have a mailing address of: TERMS OF SALE: Cash in hand on day of sale or within 30 days of date of sale upon terms to be agreed upon between Trustee and successful bidder, time being of the essence; payment for unpaid real estate taxes to be assumed by the purchaser. The Trustee does not warrant title or fitness to his property; it is being purchased as is; this is a buyer beware sale and any buyer is advised to retain counsel before the sale. If there is any part of the process of sale which is found to be objectionable, the Trustee reserves the right to cancel the sale. No purchaser should take posses- sion or make improvements in the premises until the Trustee deed is delivered or recorded. A third party purchaser at sale may be required to pay the purchase price plus all recording and transfer fees. Any sale hereunder may be adjourned from time to time without any notice other than oral proclamation at the time and place appointed for this sale or by posting of a notice of same. Should the Trustee not appear at the time appointed for the sale and there is no notice posted of a continuance please contact the office of the Trustee to make further inquiry. Any sale may be conducted or adjourned by the designated agent or attorney of the Trustee. The undersigned is fully vested with the authority to sell said property as Trustee by instrument of record. Should any party have any inquries, objections to the sale or protests regarding the sale, or requests regarding the sale, please notify the trustee below by one of the means of communicatons set forth below. R. VANCE GOLDEN, Ill, Trustee 543 Fifth Street, P.O. Box 81 Parkersburg, WV 26102 Telephone (304) 485-3851 Fax (304) 485-0261 E-mail: vgolden @ R. Vance Golden, III Legal Class II 2t 5-21 ............................................................................................................ SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM ITEM 2 The Region Vl Workforce Investment Board (win) YouthReady Program is accepting applications from In School and Out of School youth ages 14 24 to fill a total of 175 positions in the Summer Youth Employment Opportunities Program funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Only those youth who have submitted complete registration packets with all documentation and who live in the Region Vl win counties listed below may apply. Submitting all forms and documentation does not guarantee acceptance into either program. Youth must also meet Workforce Investment Act (WlA) eligibility requirements. Acceptance will then be determined by first come, first serve taking into account WlA-established priority of service and availability of funding. Summer youth employment opportunities will pay $7.25, an hour for a minimum of 30 hours a week for 6 weeks in either a public, non-profit or private, for-profit employer worksite. Employment is expected to begin mid-June. In School youth who are currently enrolled in grades 7-12 and who are between the ages of 12-14 may pick up a registration packet at the school they are attending. The deadline to submit a completed In School registration packet is May 29, 2009. Completed registration packets will only be accepted by mail with all required documentation attached to the name and address listed below for the county where the youth lives: Barbour, Braxton. Doddridge, Gilmer. Lewis, Monongalia, preston, Randolph, Taylor, or Upshur. Dave Gooden C/o) Upshur County Board of Education 102 Smithfield Street Buckhannon, WV 26201 Marion, Harrison, or Tucker Frank Hathaway RESA VII 1201 N. 15th Street Clarksburg, WV 26301 For more information on the In School youth program call Tom Dulaney at 304-624- 6554 ext. 251. Out of School youth between the ages of 14-24 who are NOT currently attending grades 7-12 may obtain a registration packet by attending a registration meeting in their county of residence. To find out when and whe re that meeting will be held plus what types of documentation to bring, call the name and member listed for the county where the youth lives: Dan Dunkle 304-623-6367 Harrison, Lewis, Upshur, Braxton, Gilmer, Randolph, and Barbour Linda Baker 304-296-8223, x 12 Monongalia, Marion, Preston, Taylor, and Tucker Sheila Lipscomb 304-873-3216 Doddridge An equal opportunity employer / program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Region VII Workforce Investment Board Legal Class II 2t 5-21 SOLICITATION QF WORKSITES FOR SUMMARY YOUTH EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM ITEM 1 The region Vl Workforcelnvestment Board (win) YouthReady Program is soliciting employers in both the private, for-profit, and public, non-profit sectors to submit applications to provide worksites for summer employment opportunities for youth ages 14-24. Worksites must be in the geographical area served by the Region Vl win, which includes the counties of Barbour, Braxton, Doddridge, Gilmer, Harrison, Lewis, Marion, Monongalia, Preston, Randolph, Taylor, Tucker, and Upshur. The 6-week employment opportunity for all participating youth is being funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The 6-week employment opportunity is expected to begin mid-June. Submission of an application does not guarantee acceptance as a worksite provider. Worksite selection will be based, among other criteria, on first-come, first- serve and appropriateness of the work site. All employers, as a condition of acceptance as a worksite for the program, must be able to provide 1 ) a supervisor who has passed or wilt pass by the first day of the program a background check and 2) a person to perform a minimum of 3 hours per week work readiness training for the youth worker on site. ( The curriculum for the work readiness training will be provided by the Youth Ready program). The workday for the youth will consist of 6 hours per day at $7.25 per hour rate of pay, with a one half hour unpaid lunch period, 5 days a week for 6 consecutive weeks. Public, non-profit employers will primarily considered for placement of youth ages 14-18, while private, for-profit employers will be primarily considered as work sites for youth ages 18- 24. The deadline to submit an application to become a worksite is by 4:30 pm May 29, 2009. All applications must be submitted by mail or in person to the win office by that date and time. Faxed or emailed applications will not be accepted. To obtain an application call the Region Vl Workforce Investment Board at 304-368-9530 between the hours of 9 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday, except on legal holidays, when the office is closed. An Equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Region Vl Workforce Investment Board Legal Class II 2t 5-21 ................................................................................................................................... "We will not sit unconcerned while our liberty is invaded, nor look in silence upon public robbery." An editorial statement from the annals of The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder files Complete Repair, Service;; 33 & 119 = across from State Road HQ, Glenville Auto Repairl Body Shop 8 a.m..5 p.m,:: Closed Sat..Sun! Courthouse News Courthouse News State Police Detachment Circuit Court News Reports & Citations On Tues., Apr. 21, Chief Judge Ri- Amy Lue Mossor was cited for chard A. Facemire presided over a one-day jury trial in the matter of State speeding. Felony vs. Roy Jenkins, Jr. Gilmer County Mr. Jenkins was represented by Magistrate's Court Brian Bailey of Horner. He was charged with conspiracy to On Fri., May 15, Tabatha M. Gibson commit grand larceny and grand lar- was charged with forgery and utter- ceny involving the theft of a four- inn. Misdemeanor wheeler belonging to Wilbert Shackleford. Gilmer County The Jury found Jenkins guilty of Magistrate's Court both counts and sentencing was set On Tues., May 12, Donnie forMay12. Nicholson was charged with destruc- However, after detecting the odor of tion of private property, alcohol on Mr. Jenkins' breath during On Fri., May 15, Dale Joseph a side bar with defendant, Mr. Bailey Norman was charged with battery, and Mr. Gerry Hough, the Gilmer Co. On Mon., May 18, Amy Smith wasProsecutingAttorney, Judge Facemire charged with a worthless check corn- inquired of Mr. Jenkins if he had been plaint, drinking. On Mon., May 18, Dustin Chad Jenkins finally admitted to having Reed was charged with s worthless approximately three wine coolers on check complaint. Mon., and drinking a beer before com- Glenville inn to court that morning for his trial. Although Mr. Jenkins passed the Police Department Intoxilyzer test conducted by Trooper Reports & Citations Matt Summers of the local State Pc- Benjamin R. Dierolf was cited for lice Detachment, Judge Facemirewas driving the wrong way on a one-way upset that Mr. Jenkins had been con- street, and driving on suspended li- suming alcohol while on bond, and cense, immediately revoked his bond. Worthless Checks Judge Facemire also directed Sheriff Vickie Cain was cited for a worth- Mickey Metz to transport him to Cen- less check written to Gil-Co Faith tral Regional Jail, where he is cur- Pharmcy in the amount of $192.75. rently lodged. Robert E. Carpenter was cited with Civil Cases a worthless check written to Gil-Co EdwardL.Harmanfiledsuitagainst Faith Pharmacy in the amount of Casey L. Fought. $695.55. Roberts Service Center filed suit Earl Jenkins was cited for a worth- against Todd Smith. less check written to GiI-Co Faith Rodney Townsend filed suit Pharmacy in the amount of $44.49. against Glenville Auto. Do the "write" thing. Write-in Tashua AIIman for Important Election Dates: April 28--absentee voting begins May 19--last day to register to vote 3une 6~early voting June 9--Election Improve streets and sidewalks Promote jobs and economic development Investigate flood mitigation Improve signage To learn more about Tashua, visit: Paid for by the candidate. ................................ ....... I~..,.~ ~ Helping the world hear better FN r IIIIlllllllllllllllll I Buy 1 lIBeltone Digital* At Regular Price I 1 I Second Digital Instrument *Applies to new purchases only L l l IIl l l l llllll l llll do News Kate Posey 452-8427 s 99 Hello, all!! I visited Charles Bennett, as did John Bennett, formerly of Clover VorrisandMadelineScott, RayFisher, Fork, Orlando, recently took a vaca- and John Bennett. tion to Las Vegas. In addition to This week's recipe is for: making a donation to the gambling Cheesecake casinos, he traveled to Death Valley INGREDIENTS: National Park. John also was able to 1 l/2cupsgrahamcrackercrumbs fulfill a lifetime dream of riding in a 1/2 cup finely chopped peanuts stagecoach by going to Knott's Berry 3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon Farm, near Anaheim CA. 3/4 cup butter, melted There was a dinner for the 99th 3(8ounce)packagescreamcheese birthday of Vorris Scott, of Clover 3/4 cup peanut butter Fork Road, at the Western Steer 1 cup white sugar Steakhouse in Weston on April 27. 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour Those attending were Vorris and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Madeline Scott, Nina Myers and 2 eggs daughter Dottle, Jean Craig, John and 1 egg yolk Charles Bennett, Kate Posey, Carl 1/4 cup ha!f-and-half cream and Susan Stafford and son Carl, Bob 2 cups semisweet chocolate chips and Sharon Saunders, Tim Wine and DIRECTIONS: daughter Taylor. All had a wonderful Preheat oven to 375 degrees F time and were happy to be celebrating (190 degrees C). Line the outside of a Vorris's birthday with him. 9-inch springform pan with alumi- Donations are needed for the mow- num foil. ingoftheBlake/RiffleCemetery;they To Make Crust: In a medium can be sent to: Charles Bennett, 3498 bowl, combine graham cracker Clover Fork Rd., Orlando, WV 26412. crumbs, peanuts, and cinnamon. Stir Donations are also needed for the in butter. Press the mixture onto the mowing of the Jacksonville Cemetery bottom and sides of an ungreased 8 or and can be sent to: Frank Curtis, 289 9-inch springform pan, and set aside. Clapboard Road, Roanoke, WV To Make Filling: In a large mixing 26447. bowl, beat cream cheese, peanut but- I have been traveling back andter, sugar, flour, and vanilla with an forth to Charleston AreaMedical Cen- electric mixer until smooth. Add eggs ter to visit my sister, Linda Rowan. and egg yolk all at once, beating on She had a stroke and had to spend low speed until combined. Stir in half- some time there, but she has been and-half and chocolate chips. transferred to Phillipi. She is doing Pour batter into the springform better now, and her family has shown pan. Place the pan in a large baking a lot of love and support. Each day, pan, pour boiling water into the bak- there has been an improvement. We ing pan until it comes 1/2 way up the hope and pray that she will get to sides of the spring form pan. Bake in come home soon. the preheated oven for 40 to 50 min- Mabel Eagle and Billy Blake tray- utes. eled to Buckhannon, where Mabel Let cake cool completely, and had an eye appointment and Billy keep in refrigerator for at least four Blake visited his aunt, Eula Riffle. hours before serving. From the Front Porch: Troy Lori Rosenburg 462-4398 Flooding, Finals, and GCHS Spring Concert Due to the breakdown of the RTOL email at The Democrat, my last three articles did not get published. I was unaware of this, and I apologize. There was a very special day that was unmentioned due to this mishap: Maxine Burkhammer turned 84 on May 9, 2009; she is a longtime resi- dent of Troy. Happy Birthday, Maxine! We hope your day was a very special one. If anyone would like to send Maxine a greeting, here is "Bless the Broken Road.,' Good job! Last but not least, the concert band performed several songs, such as the theme from "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Eye of the Tiger," and "Sing, Sing, Sing." The drums were ~utstandmg and enjoyed by all. I want to comnl"end all of the participants on their perfor- mances; Mr. Lopez has done an excel- lent job with a great group of teens: There has been a bear spotted re- her address: 78 Parsonage Lane, T cently in the outskirts of Troy. This roy, WV 26443. bear has been getting into bird feeders Two weeks ago, despite the flood- that are in residents' yards. It seems to ing, students at the GSC had their like the sunflower seeds best. I am finals. Both of my finals were on sure that if this bear hangs around for Thursday, and I ended the semester too long, it might start getting into with two A+'s. I enjoyed both of my garbage, as well. professors, Dr. Burkowski for En- So for those of you wholive around glish 101,andDr.BakerforMath 110 the Troy area, becareful when ventur- (TheNatureofMath).Theybothmadeing out at night. Watch for signs such learning their subject of expertise fun as bear excrement, bird feeder dam- and interesting. I learned a lot from age, and garbage pilferage. them both. The summer term started It saddens my heart to announce on Monday of this week. that Troy resident, James Reed, passed Last Wednesday evening, there was away on April 29, 2009, at the age of I a Spring Concert held at GCHS. The 95. Mr. Reed was born August 20, Jazz Band, Choir, and Concert Band 1913, in Troy. He was the son of the all performed. The Jazz band is made late Okie and Pearl Reed, and he at- I up of: my son, Cary Barlow, on elec- tended school in Gilmer County. On tric bass; Jeremy Hagat, on electric December 29, 1936, he married Flo I guitar; Dakota Ellyson, on drums; Davis, who preceded him in death on and Brandon Bain and Mr. Lopez, December 8, 1996. James was retired both on trombones. They played sev- from the WV Department of High- ,,,J eral songs, including "Fever," "Make ways. Our blessings are with his fam- Me Smile," and "25 or 6 to 4." Their ily. Offer Good for One Day Only- May 20 performance was excellent.I wisheveryoneasafeandwonder- s .... t,,ou .... pp~y The Choir sang several songs, in- ful week. Until then, I'll be waving at CALL FOR APPOINTMENT eluding "You Raise Me Up" and you from the front porch. 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