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, Page 8--The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, June 13, 1991 Magistrate's Report R. W. Minigh Chief Magistrate Civil Nancita C. Losh vs Gerald Drake, possessionoftitle suit, case dismissed, plaintiff failed to ap- pear for hearing. William J. Keen vs Drakes Auto Sales, debt owed, bench trial held, judgement in favor of plaintiff. CB&T vs Harold J. Metz, debt owed, bench trial held, judgement in favor of plaintiff, CB&T, repre- sented by Robert O. Hardman II, Diner Serving: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Home Cooking at its best. 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday thru Saturday 462-7055 Main St., Glenville and against Harold J. Metz in the amount of $3,000.00 plus court COSTS. Glenda M. Martz vs Kenneth Graham, dba K. Graham Monu- ment Company, breach of con- tract suit, civil suit withdrawn. Roberts Service Center vs John Frymier, debt owed, paid $40.00. Roberts Service Center vs Charles Whitter, debt owed, paid $40.00. Edwin Wagner vs Dexter Gillespie and Paul Gillespie, debt owed, suit filed and fmanciai affi- davit filed. B. G. Roberts vs Clint and Nancy Smarr, unlawful detainer, case withdrawn. Roberts Service Center vs Clint and Nancy Smarr, debt owed, case withdrawn. Dexter Gillespie vs Edwin Wagner, debt owed, defendant made answer, contested suit. Misdemeanor State vs Kevin P. Lahey, driv- ing under the influence, first of- tense, warrant issued. State vs Johnny Wayne Conrad, driving without a license, defen- dant appeared before the court for arraignment on charges of driving without a license and entered a plea of guilty, fine and costs of $256.00 assessed and sentenced to 3 days in jail "as per a plea bargain agreement. State vs Johnny Wayne Conrad, no MVI, motion for dismissal filed by state as per plea bargain agree- ment in case #91M-61. AUCTION Leon Clayton Scott Rt. 2, Box 15B, Cedarville, WV 2 miles below Cedarville on Leather Bark-- (Gilmer County) Saturday, June 15 10 a.m. Heston 1071 mower cond., New Holland Kayliner 78 baler, Oliver plows, New Holland 55 side fake, hay and grain elevator, 3 pt. hitch seeder spreader, 5 ton hay wagon, Ford power unit on skids, 3 pt. hitch pig poles, chain link fence wire 4 rolls, aluminum stock gates, lawn mower, 100 gal. fuel lank for pickup, old folding mirror-dresser, leather making tools and- stamp complete starter kit, RCBS hand loading press & accessories, 22 Hornet loading dies, 30-30 loading dies, 308 loading dies, Oliver 520 baler, dnver 490 manure spreader, Hay redder, New Holland 451 mower, cattle headgate, 3 head block saw mill, 3 pt. hitch post hold digger 9" & 12" augers, barb wire new, cement mixer, 3 Axle heavy duly tilt bed trailer, 5 hp tiller, Reese hitch fits Ford, buffet, 22-250 loading dies, 243 loading dies. GUNS: 12 gun cabinet, Rein. 1501 auto 22, Win. Model 37 16 Ga. single, Win. Model 37 12 Ga. single, Win. Model 97 12 Ga. pump, Stevens Model 94 12 ga. single, Savage single 12 ga. single, Bolt action 7 shot 22, Marlin Model 60 auto 22, Old Madin octagon barrel 25-20 pump, Win. Model 1894 30-30, Western auto Model 220 308 pump. Audi6neei:s: Fred McCraw #80-91--TM Dobbins #30-91--Bill Self #319-91 Estate Sale Residence of late Leonard Kight, 415 Dolliver St., Glenville, WV Saturday, June 15, starting 10:00 A.M. Antiques, rockers, Cedar wardrobe, chest (real nice), dressers, twopliving rom suites, recliners, coffee and end tables, two Zentith color T.V. (one like new), lamps, wall plaques, throw rugs, stereo, iron beds complete, 3 pc. bedroom suite, roll-a-way bed, Viesta Gas Range, table and 4 chairs, refrig- erator, freezer (upright, frost free, Whirlpool), many other itmes. Gun-Ithaca Model 12 auto, shot gun. Gun cabinet. Terms: Cash Not responsible for any accidents Refreshments served Auctioneer: Ed Duelley Lic. No. 124.92 Phone 462-8996 Adm. Gary Kight M. D., FAAP General Pediatrician Adolescent Medicine Specialist Office Hours M-T-Th-F 9-12 & 1-5:30 -- W 9-12 & S 9-12 BY APPOINTMENT Stor wall Jackson Phys. #1 Route 33 W, Weston, WV- State vs Johnny Wayne Conrad, reckless driving, motion for dis- missal filed by state as per plea bargain agreement in case #91M- 61. State vs Johnny Wayne Conrad, failure to yield to emergency ve- hicle, motion for dismissal f'ded by the state as per plea bargain agreement in case #91M-61. State vs Johnny Wayne Conrad, drive a 4-wheeler without required security, motion for dismissal by the state as per plea bargain agree- ment in case #91M-61 State vs Robert Clayton Putnam, no proof of insurance to Calhoun County, defendant ap- peared before the court on charges of no proof of insurance, proof was shown and the citation was dismissed. State vs Carson Yeager, defen- dant appeared before the court on charge of battery for arraignment, defendant filed affidavit for ap- pointment of legal counsel, re- leased on $300.00 surety bond to appear at later date. State vs Carson Yeager, defen- dant appeared before the court on charge of trespass for arraignment, defendant filed affidavit for ap- pointment of legal counsel, re- leased on $300.00 surety bond to appear at later date. State vs Carson Yeager, defen- dant appeared before the court on charge of destruction of property, defendant filed an affidavit for appointment of legal counsel, re- leased on $300.00 surety bond to appear at later date. State vs Danny Smarr, shoplift- ing, summons to appear issued. State vs Pat Webb, trespass, 90 day payment plan expired, failed to pay. State vs Pat Webb, assault, 90 day pa2anent plan expired, failed to pay. Worthless Checks Bakers Mart vs William C. Overfield, worthless check notice mailed. Bakers Mart vs Lori L. Norman, worthless check notice mailed. Bakers Man vs Lori L. Norman, worthless check notice mailed. Bakers Man vs Darren Tom, worthless check notice mailed. Traffic State vs Charles Weston, speed- ing to Lewis County, defendant appc~r'-,~ ~fore !he,c, ourt onl,~i~ County citation, entered a plea of guilty, fine and costs of $61.00 assessed and paid, mailed to Lewis County. State vs Scotty G. Riffle, litter- ing Braxton County, defendant appeared before the court on Braxton County citation, entered plea of guilty, fine and costs of $156.00 assessed and paid, sent to Braxton County. State vs Timothy M. Cutlip, speeding, fine and costs of $66.00 paid. State vs Joseph G. Wilt, speed- ing, plea of guilty entered, fine and costs of $61 ~00 paid. State vs James L. Smith, no operators, no insurance, no helmet and no registration, paid in full to judgment was entered in favor ot the plaintiff. Criminal State vs Carson Yeager, ap- peared before the court and posted a $250.00 surety bond on a charge of indecent exposure, Yeager was released from jail. State vs Michael S. Adams, appeared before the court on charges of leaving the scene of an accident and failure to maintain control, Adams upon arraignment entered pleas of guilty and was fined $86.00 including COurt COsts. State vs Herbert P. Bamette, a worthless check notice was issued by the court. State vs Bobby J. Townsend, appeared before the court on a speeding charge, defendant en- tered a plea of guilty and a fine and cosTS of $66.00 was imposed by the court. State vs Cleo W. Queen, charged on warrants with grand larceny, improper registration, driving while license suspended, driving under the influence of al- cohol, 2nd offense, and no proof of insurance, issued by the court. State vs Gary Richards, a bat- tery warrant was issued by the COUrt. State vs Robert Lowther, a bat- tery warrant was issued by the COurt. State vs Timothy Law, appeared before the court on a charge of stream littering, defendant entered a plea of guilty and paid $76.00 in fine and costs. State vs Larry G. Ferrell, ap- peared before the court on charges of expired registration, no proof of insurance and improper registra- tion, defendant filed a motion to dismiss. State vs Linda S. McLaughlin, appeared before the court on charges o f streamlittering and fish- ing without a license, defendant entered a plea of guilty and was fined $96.00 in fine and costs. Marriages Recorded on June 1,1991 Donald Wayne Woodford of Tanner married Monoka Lou Allison also of Tan- ner, in Glenville by Donald D. Fox of the Baptist Church. Donald is the son of Robert Lee ahd L0rcna Genbva ' iarl( Woodford. Monoka is the daughter of James Samuel and Bonnie J.une Bush Allison. On June 1, 1991 James Rodney Adams of Troy married Cheryl Darlene Rickm an, also of Troy, in Glenville by Glendon McKee of the United Methodist Church. James is the son o fRodney Dean and Doris Jean Ellyson Adams. Cheryl is the daughter of Noah Herbert and Dcronda Jane Jones Rickman. Deeds Recorded clerk. Gladys Ellison, et al to Arthur S. McCullough, land, Glenvillc Carol L. Wolfe District. Carl V. Davis, etux vs to H. Magistrate Norine Davis, et al, land, Glen- vide District. Mary B. Ellyson Donahue, Civil etvir, to Trio Petroleum, land, Barry Leady, plaintiff vs DekalbDistrict. Priscillia Bailey, defendant, the Geneva Stout, etvir, to I. defendant confessed judgment in Michael Sponaugle, land, Center the suit before the court. District. G.S.C.HousingCorp.,plaintiff Ruth M. Gerstner to Anne vs Charles Bowlings, defendant, Gerstner, land, Lewis and Gilmer civil suit filed involving a debt Counties. owed. Grafton Coal Company to W.V. Dacel A. Ware, plaintiff vs DepartmentofTransportation, di- Carious Bailey and Priscilla Bai- vision of Highways, land, Glen- ley, defendants, civil suit filed in- ville District. volving a debt owed. Diana Marlene Fitzhugh, et al GlendaMartz, plaintiffvsKen- to Robert Lee Hickman, Jr. etux, neth Graham and Vier Hall, de- land, Dekalb District. fendants, plaintiff filed a motion Dale Hacker Jr. to Betty J. to dismiss the suit, said motion Hacker, land, Center District. was granted. Betty J. Hacker to Earl F. Mary A. Miller, plaintiff vs Hacker, etux, land, Center Dis- Rondall J. Miller, defendant, do- trict. mestic violence petition filed, a Dale Hacker Jr. to Betty J. hearing in the matter heard and Hacker, land, Center District. "Is your Certificate of earnmgyou at least If not, alk)w us Io give you a second opinion before you renew your CD Nation,vide Life Insurance Company has recentty received the highest financ~l ratings possible from A.M. Best, Standard & Poor, ond Moo~s. Only 10 olfler insurance companies in lfle U.S. con make claim! Call us loday ond learn about Nationwide's ohm'na- tives to CDs. Glenvi.e KENNETH FOGLESONG 31 Fairground Rd 482.41334 Call today. Kevin Terrance McCartney, etux, to Loren S. McCartney, etux, land, GlenviUe District. Betty L. Drier, et al, to David A. Proctor, etux, land, Center Dis- trict. Mary Jane Fallon, guardian of Morgan Theresia Boggs, to David A. Proctor, etux, land, Center Dis- trict. Charles Eugene Dolan, etux, to Neat L. Sprouse, etux, land, Cen- ter District. Glenda Drake, to Trio Petro- leum, land, Dekaib District. Sheriff's Report Dustin No The Gilmer County SherifFs Department investigated one case of entering, one of breaking and entering, one car accident and served 13 civil papers. On June 3, a person or persons entered the home of Sue Arm Campbell in Sand Fork and re- moved a woman's purse (white in color), personal papers, $50.00 in cash and a leather wallet. Total value of the property taken was $65.00. The investigation is COn- tinuing. On June 4, Howard L. Smith of Buckhannon was operating a 1979 Intemational truck at the intersec- tion of Route 33/119 and Route 47 in Linn when he pulled out in front of Noah Matthew Kelly of Alum Bridge who was operating a 1988 Chevrolet truck south on Route 33/119. Smith was noted for not having the right-of-way. Damage to the Smith vehicle was estimated at $600.00. The Kelly vehicle was a total loss. Dustin Perry of winner of Dr. Cavities Club. Other Phelan, Terrie Gregor Riffle, Aimee Barker, ery, Courmeyl Mary Beth Jamie Allen and Ashley Hitt, Mason Josh Swiger, Michael AmberDodd and Charles and Guy Joc Frame, Joshua and Tanner On June 4, Buri Gumm and ing. Sure doesn't Eugene Grogg of Parkersburg re- out, but the .ported property taken from build- rags which they own at the head of Horn Creek and Tanner Creek. Locks had been cut off the build- ings with bolt cutters, and the fol- lowing items were taken: an 8-hp Sears riding lawn mower, a Mont- gomery Ward 14-hp riding lawn mower and a Wizard weed eater. Total value of the stolen property was $1,600.00. The investigation is continuing. City Police News day. She was had finished ior and Leon They work so working in the Irene Hogue is/ She has to stay where she ter-in-law getting up to see Irene Well, if we people could and new beans. Billy tot Friday for good report and Was so sorry The Glcnville City Police is- Malona sued three citations and investi- tantcousinofm'~ gated one accident during the lat- a long time. The cst reporting period, est sympathy. Mildred On May 28, Dorothy H. Bell, and his Rhoades of Glenville, who was family were driving a 1989 Buick Rivera, was They took herOUt waiting to turn into Church Street went back home. when William Claude Frymier of coming so much- Smithville, driving a 1977 Ply- mouth Volare, came up behind more next time. her, and when he tried to brake, the brakes failed causing him to strike the Rhoadcs vehicle. Damage to the Buick was estimated at $1,000 and to the Plymouth*at $100.00. Frymicr was cited for failure to Stewart's maintain control of his vehicle. On June 2, Floyd James Itlookslikcwc Dcnnison of Bumsville was cited dry summer ifwe~ for improper registration. The gardens sure: On June 6, Robert Lee George We cooks of Glcnville was cited for public sure had a good: intoxication on Main Street. were47 Our heartfelt The Glenville City Police De- tot he Skinner partmcnt reported the following their loved one~ activity summary forthe monthof family for May. Dane Boggs Calls for Service: complaints, few weeks from 77; assists, 47. He is finishi Misdemeanors: public intoxi- He has been cation, 1: driving under the influ- Ivan Blake. He internship in cncc, 1; disturbing the peace, 3; luck Dane. open container, 1; littering, 3; ob- You all don't structing an officer, l; trespass- blue grass ing, 6; petit larceny, 1. Fork that Joe Felonies: pone. having. I was Traffic Violations: registration They sure have violations, 1 ; license violations, 1 ; and plenty failure to yield, 1; running red park. So come light, 1; failure to maintain con- good music. trol, 1; defective equipment, 1. groups there. Investigations: breaking and Heather of Kenneth and entering, 2; grand/petit larceny,4; ated from destruction of property, 1; prop- Hill crty damage, 6; parking tickets, County where 42. emy tending parents, Smart People Kirpatrick, Woodford, her PIE BAKING CONTEST Thursday June 20th MAIN EVENT Outdoor/Bar PRIZES AWARDED/$2.00 All pies will be auctioned off to the s will go to the Glenville State "IT'S BACK" PIONEER I