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nigh to play all at GSC State College Coach Tim the signing for the 1979-80 that Pam' Mr. and Mrs. e, has an- d play her zrned to the Class team last season -= mention in also named to rea first team last the second unit honors include Kanawha Con- second team in team again her tin 1977. ) chosen Most . / }79 by her senior ' Pan Minigh satitity s the big years experience in high school is id. "1 plan to play really going to help." small foward. Carney announced that he also I COme into our hopes to sign Lisa Pleasants of Not that it willCharleston High School and Ger- the fact that maine Archambeault of Spencer in but her four the near future. "4t* - * Girl FTI New County Record BELINDA MONTGOMERY is pictured above displaying the form that won her the county title in the discus. Her distance was 71-7 for a new county track and field meet record. eight points The Gilmer County girls track team scored eight points in the Class AA Girls Track Meet held last weekend in Huntington. The girls of Coach Judy Thomas placed second in the mile relay "Jake" BUSH, of above with a 10 recently River. q nd with a time of 4:19.98. New Mar- tinsville won the mile relay event with a time of 4:19.73. The New Martinsville girls won the team title with 64 points. St. Marys was second with 44. Smith was honored for being captain of the LKC first team in basketball. Minigh also received an honor for being named to the girls first unit. Six Two coaches and four athletes from Gilmer County High School attended the Little Kanawha Con- ference Banquet held last Monday night in Parkersburg. Coaches Damon West and Judy Thomas along with Bruce Smith, Tammy Robinson, Sue Ann Reed and Pan Minigh attended the event. West Virginia Secretary of State A. James Manchin was the guest speaker. ERYONE! D in Carney, the number one man on the GCHS golf team, was schedul- ed to play the first day with Ed Meader of Oak Hill and John Kelly of Huntington Vinson. at 6:00 runs. I .m. ey ing Gilmer's Scott Carney teed off Tuesday in the West Virginia State H!gh School Golf Tournament at the Glade Springs Golf Course near Daniels. an;azcd by his clear voice and his ability to mellow people b~ his gentle lyrics.'" - Feb., 1974, Top O" The World Gunnison, Colo. "Paul is a versatile young man, who performs in a style of his own...His past four years as a performer has seen a steady climb in his popularity." -Feb, 1975 Black Forest News Black Forest CoCo "Anyone who thought that it was worth $t.aO to see folk. rock singer Paul Skyland perform in Mitehell Audito. rium on Feb. 23, was in for a great musical treat." -Feb., 1975 The Echelon Colorado Springs, Colo. ""F'eeling good is good enough for me' and "good" is what / felt after hearing folk.rock singer Paul Skyland..Sky~ land is loose. Skytand is mellow. And most of all. Skyland is entertaining" -Sept.. 1976 The Parkersburg News Parkersburg, W. Va. "'He has developed a personal style and his performance is conducive for an audience to become part of his music. "" --1977 The Parkersbzzrg Sentinel Parkersburg. W. Va. "'one of the area "s finest young songwriter/singers... " --Aug., 1978 Entertainment '78 Parkersburg. W, Vs. "'a fa vorite of many Tri.State are music enthusiasts." -- 1978 The Vienna Advertiser Vienna, W, Va. Folk-Rock Singer and Songwriter ncert Music |lln Now Held Over Mel Brooks" BLAZING SADDLES & "THE GREAT TEXAS DYNAMITE CHASE'" Open 7 nights each week beginning Hay 25th tic hold m The Glenvllle rs ay. The Gilmer County High School Athletic Boosters held a special meeting on May 22 in the classroom of Damon West, athletic director, at the school. The meeting was called to order by the President, Hunter Beall, with 14 persons attending. It was reported that the goal of the presi- dent is to have representation from each area of the county supporting boosters. Beall also read a list of money spent and the purchases of the organization. The committees appointed for the sports banquet on June 3 each 5 been done reported appointed and food stand for the through that will Saturday. .............. The motion to pay .KC banq uet. for the that Randy It was coach, Clark, new 011 Jm'te 5-6-7 to visit will be hero . "_, -,,=et elementary .... with high school r, the club will The *: 7 unless a be held on. special m ir Tanner, WV ........ ,.,,=a t Phone: GEORGE FRYMIER - 48 162S James M. Rose, Owner Friday-Saturdoy--June 1.2 ... ~/~,u/d hopp,., m~-~ ~.~" From Ron Since the duties of my office make it virtually impossible for me to per- sonally visit every resident of Glenville, I am taking. this means to "speak" with you prior to Tuesday's municipal election. As you know, I am a candidate for election to the office I presently hold. In past advertisements, we have attempted to point to what we con- sider the major accomplishments of my 19 months as your Mayor. I am proud of our record during this time and I am happy to seek your vote based on that record. While I am pleased with the record, I must admit that ~ ~ been disappointments. We know. too, that there is much remainfng to be done. That is why I am seeking another two-year term. I have a desire to see the projects we have begun to completion and I would like to help initiate projects in other areas of concern. Together, we can accomplish a great deal in the next two years. My family and I have enjoyed the opportunity to serve you these past months. More than anything, I think, we have received p mg able to assist others. I can truthtully say that during these 19 .mo~ we have not turned our backs on anyone honestly in need of help. greatest pleasure in life surely is being able to help o~ I owe personal thanks to my family, our dedicated city ~,l~teN, members of City Coundl and other city officials, and the ci~ of ~len- ville for the support given me these past 19 months. Without the support of all of you we could have accomplished little. ..,,~her ~-, The decision as to whether I will be allowed to serve you years is yours alone. I am confident you will ~e the prop~. ~--~="m,,, the future of Glenvtlle. I can amsounce now that tiers is t~ lcm -"" z name will appear for your comddez zUon in a dty election. [ ]:)alan to remain in this office, if elected, June 30, 1981. portant he cannot be replace(], and I honestly believe no iz~ldu~ should remain too long in any elected position. I hope you will accept this as my personal request that you cast your ballot for me on election day. We have worked together for a better Glen- ville and I believe we can see even greater days in the next two years. Your careful consideration will always be appreciated.