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EX 52540 e .................... "i:i !:i: "" Volume Number 32 A Gilmer Graphics. Inc. Newspaper Published By And For Gilmer C.m~IY p~e Single Copy Price 20 cents plum tax GLENVILLE, GILMER COUNTY, WV 26351 Thur: , ' 31, 1979 RAIN may have dampened your spirits but it did i::ii , or g ,rde s all over Gilmer County (Photo by Alan il! Vote is 3-1 to deny request for drip tank on school property + Concert ili ()i CI !ce(ietacS a Fquitable .............. n', .... , ..... + B ; nty High School Band will prese t "ts Spr'ng Con- i::i! ..MY 4, at 8"00 D m n the G Imer Count Hi h School :i:i |l... . " r" " Y g :':"The GaiTer County Board of P " The office will be pe om 7:00 sideration or to rejeCt it until the , ms Is a free concert given in appreciation to all ! ii orr r fr ,rnerCounty for.their fine support of the band this year. Education, in a 3.1 vote, has re- Mrs. Kuhlman is currently certified a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through adjournment moti ):l:/llt de Bboaer3 jected a request by the Equitable as a teacher of science and Thursday and from 7:00 a.m. to disposed of. ThevOt .... ulted in Day service at Mt. Liberty Church... iiii Gas Company to construct a drip cnemistry and wilt complete re- 11:00 a.m. on Friday; to adjourn at tank fcility on Board property near quirements for certification in * awarded a contract for the tabling of thepat=.t=".- ,DeCoration Day Service will be held at Mt. Liberty iiii the Glenville Elementary School. biology and mathematics this blacktopping work at Normantown Attending the m . .flng_ nBdoa anneronJune3startingatl0.00am. Speakers will be i!i The request, which has met with week. The Board unanimously up- SchooltoJ.&S. SmallofBuckhan- 1Oenm!O President Miller anu Dgle and son and there will be'special singing, ilii strong opposition from area proved her employment, non with the understanding that if _ oers Leon EttysOn, Janet Deal, residents and the local PTA Also approved for placement on the work is satisfactory that firm Edgar Duelly and 0bert Fox were organization, had been tabled at an the staff at GaiTer County High will be awarded contracts for the Superintenclent Ronald Welty, 'banquet ......................... iili earlier meeting in order to get a School were Laurie Quilty as remainder of such work required Assistant supedndent Robert ll-Sports Banquet for GaiTer County High School will !i::i Fire Marshal s opinion relative to physical education instructor and throughout the system, and Hardman, Tran liOn Director 3 beginning at 6"00 p m. at the GaiTer County Recrea- i!ii the proposed structure. The vote, Janet James as librarian. The two heard an explanation of the Ti- Bill.. y. Bennett_ . ;:,, , . ,PrtncipalSThomasROgerMin. which took place at the Board swomen will also share coaching tie I proposal prepared by Assis- uraoy, uavio ,-,vo,,., . ..... n; ..... regular meeting Monday night, duties for girls sports. Recommen- tent Superintendent Robert Hard- ney, James Phares, Wi,lam Bean dinner ....................... ilil followed a discussion of that dations for hiring were made by man. The proposal was approved and Linda Whatey and office report and the hearing of protests GCHS Principal William Piercy. for submission to the State Depart- secretary Jeanne Kennedy, . O.O.F Lodge will hold a ham and bean dinner at the i!il by Kay Chaco, Willard Furr and On the recommedation of RogerTent of Education for their action. Others in attendance were Joyce Marshall, Oleta Fling, Lois Furr, John Hymes to the placement of Brady, principal at Normantown As.the meeting was being ad- -=t.Hall'on June 9 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. iii! Willard Furr, KaY curry Chico, the facility at the proposed site. school, Reith Cottrill of Rosedale journed, a petition carrying 38 T;omas Whaley, Jessie Chuey, =d meeting rescheduled ............ !iii The report by the Fire Marshal in- was employed as janitor at that signatures of patrons of theTanner dicated the proposed structure schoo!. Mr. Cottrill, a former School was submitted. Board rryFox, TanyaBarker, JuneNn" )_eting of the Glenville City Council has been iiii would not be in violation of the janitor s helper at the now aban- President Miller explained that the nenberg, Doris Wllite, Karen Kuht, Judy Kerns, jaffre, John ),r Thursday, June 7, in order to allow for a canvassing i::ii state fire code. doned Rosedale school, has beenBoard could not legally act on per- Hymes, Judy Radcliff, Roger - ,June 5 municipal election. ::ii! The well attended meeting was employed the past eleven years at sonnel matters previously approv- called to order by Beard President a Spencer lumber yard. Named as ed and that because a motion had adcliff, Michael Frymier, Jan lion ........................... !iil Robert Miller at 7:05 p.m. Approval janitor s helper, a CETA position, been made to adjourn, the Board Owen," aichaele Hymes, Oebbie of the minutes of the previous at Normantown was Frank Minney could not accep!amotiontoeither Freshour, Helen Norman, Vernon ;es for Glenville State College will begin today, !ii meeting and payment of bills of Stumptown. Minney will replace accept the petihon for future con- ,erns and Robed Arnold. a.m. Commencement speaker will be Senator !::!i totalling $8,530.13 was given prior Calvin Cottrill who resigned. iiii to the discussion and vote on the The Board also approved a Equitable proposal, number of trip requests and and revival ..................... :: President Miller and Norman. scussed at some length a pro- IS 1 4th in nation " .: to n School Principal Roger G. posed travel ,t the Dusk Camp Methodist Church begins at 7:3O iiii Brady both complimented the chart submitted Ad Ifson with revival services starting at 7:30 p.m. on !;i,.Board on that body$' earlier deci- dent in response to earlier re- " :sign= t6:pCovide lrartspoHation" to a quests from the Board. The discus- .. -- i:i: number of GaiTer County students sign centered around the possible gospel sing ...................... iiil and teachers who attended the relinquishing of Board control over state school science fair in Hun-travel under the policy as GospelSingerswillappearatHyer, sRunUnited i!ii tington. ApparentlyGilmerCounty presented and to the actual at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 2. !ii::. was the only school syste'm to pro- mileage between schools. The i i! vide funding for such transporta- policy and chart were adopted after mission meeting ................ tion and the move had received clarifying amendments were made. favorable comment from par- Also presented during the discus- nty Commission will meet in regular session begin- ticipants from other counties, sign was a suggested trip request on Monday June 4. In other business, the Board up- form, which would, according to proved a request to extend the statements by Board members, I ervices ........................... Crooked Fork bus route to one mile "likely curtail travel by teachers beyond Briar Lick provided the and students during the coming ey Collins will conduct revival services at the Mt. ii!i Department of Highways repairs school year." President Miller ex- near Tanner from June 10 through June 16. the road to standards which would pressed a concern that, perhaps, ervices ...................... allow a school bus safe travel. Ac- too much classroom time during cording to Transportation Director regular school terms was being Billy Bennett, the road hi currently missed due to trips and the Board I.O.o F will conduct memorial services at the Bum- unsafe but is under study by the reached a consensus that ample DOH for repairs. The approval by classroom time must be made rneterYme Speaker.n June 10 beginning at 2:00 p.m. Dr. A.T. the Baord carried a proviso that the available. :::: route would be extended only upon In other action tile Board; graduation approval by Bennett and the bus adopted a resolution that CPR iii! driver that it could be safely travel- (cardio-puimonary resuscitation) :lees for Gilmer County High School will be held i!i ed. be made part of the required cur- ng at 8:00 p.m. at the high school football iii riculum for high school graduates :.:. Carol Kuhtman and Holly Huret by 1981; our publh=ation =te each Thurtday =ed eur Fmu were offically added to the list of approved the purchase of Announcements appearing in thls column lheuld be substitute teachers for the county liability insurance for all Board ~r in our Thun~lay edition PRIOR to the aetual mmnt. school system. Mrs. Kuhlman is employees from Alexander and =heduledforMondaythroughWed~oflmy~kmn currently teaching for Rex Hard-Alexander; Inclusion man at GaiTer County High received copies of the report .................... School. Mrs. Hurst, a substituteresulting from the most recent Fire teacher in Upshur County, will be Marshal's insoection; on Cedarville.Road moving into the area soon. approved the use of a bus dur. ,v ='CCartney ,o other employment matters, ing the summer by the Gilmer Sand Fork School Principal County Commission in connection Thomas Minney recommended thewith the Clean Streams project; employment of Carol Kuhlman as approved a summer schedule injured in auto wreck and science teacher at that for the superintendent's office. Clarksburg. The accident is still $20,000 to dover 1 8 streets in N; tionai Forensics meet of in a under investigation by the West Owing an Virginia State Police. nday, n=awnn ........ His ....... -. --- r'--'---,,, also in. ......... " GREG ADOLFSON PROUDLY displays his iO rlSl hy. ,,e Insid =Paving and ,esurfling work on Streets-targeted for work in- The West V.irgln!a.delegation of recognition as 21fi:a?t for _ least 18 streets the City of clude: Howard, Morris, Court, students to t_ne National Speechthat event. Ite "L';; te loumament hel u-, .... Glenville is planned fof this sum- Walnut, Linden, Bailey, College, and Deba Was this d in swithea rank a and This Week _-.., cording to Mayor Ronald J. Park, South, Charles, Pine, Sumac Milwauke , ., past nts. -' |sts in !nthetwo. . Court, Norris Road, Dolliver, weekend returned home with OtherWest Vl fred at ._ we have bud more than Sheridan, Kanawha, Whiting tro hies in four of the seven com- cluded Gary Bin( ne tive events, one of those South HighScha I- zO,0, .more t an twice the A:enue and James. ~" ii I +~ =' .... "+"+'++" a ramp McClung diet Gov ......... 3 amount budaeted Llult year-for this Advertising offerS ...... 3-16 re u 'acJng and p ,avtn pro- we will be resurfacing all or trophies made its way to GaiTer Notre Dame ,,.,,+,w Sports ................. r=,Uh, our rec0rdsthe may=ChoW,or said,this','As istartheaS tioned,parts of,moStGregoryOf the streetSsaid. "Themen"Glenvtlle:d Sr:?F:;r ;If fnMfCounty through the efforts of Greg a ehig:IYe wilsn of Faim w = iel r envllle,SnakeObits .................... bite info ........... 11 Prolect of this nature the ca- winters of 4;ecent years have been t t Or minor Ambulance Runs .........12 ty eVery undertaken." extremely arsh and damage to our Grog, a senior in his last year of Accompanyin g, lf s, o=n __ -- list............... 14. Letters have gone to three pav" streets has been quite severe" We + ,+ + +0..+ to oet.,+ uo by o were s ubmittecl"-The are State this vast paving program." first Gns.tnJction of Huntington, Ken- The mayor said he could not give ton Meadows of Ga away, and a definite date for paving to begin, )ital to Black Rock Contracting of although work ls expected to begln C, larkeb,arg" in July or August.