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10 The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder A- tst 14, 1975 LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia Purchasing Division will accept sealed bids untll 2:30 P.M. Au~-~st 21, 1975. on File 87 for Glenville State College. on Reqn. No. 65 for I I00 copies 1976 Yearbook. No bid will be considered unless submitted on forms prescribed by and available from the Purchasing Division. Department of Finance & Administration. Room W-130. Capitol Building. Charleston. West Virginia. BEN E. RUBRECttT. DIRECTOR 8-7-21c, NOTICE TO CREDITORS "To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the estate of Pearl L. Bramlett. dec.eased: All persons having claims against the estate of Pearl L. Bramlett. deceased, whether due or not. are notified to exhibit same with the voucher thereof legally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the City of Glenville. West Virginia on or before February 15, 1976, at I0:00 o'clock A.M, otherwise, they may by law be excluded from aH benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examined said claims and otherwise protect their interests. Given under my hand. this the 4th day of August. 1975. l.W. PERRILL Commissioner of Accounts Gilmer County. West Virginia 8-7-2t* SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AND OIL AND GAS Purscnt to an order of the Circuit Court of Gilrner County. West Virginia. made on the 18th day of July, 1975. Civil Action No. 1003 therein pending, styled Ruby Jean Bush. et al. plaintiffs, versus Frank King, Jr., et al. defendants, the undersigned Special Commissioner will, on Saturday, the 20th day of August, 1975. at the front door of the Gilmer County Courthouse. in the City of Glenville. at 11:30 o'clock A.M., on the morning of said day. offer for sale to the highest bidder on terms of Cash in Hand the surface only of 56 acres of land situate on waters of Bull Fork. Dekalb District. Gilmer County. West Virginia. described as follows: BEGINNING at a W.O. on the hill S 79 E 30-V~ poles to stone, corner to a 27 acre tract S 77 E 45 poles to Oak tree. corner to lot sold to Fleet Fling. thence with same E 20 poles to stone N 36 E 44 poles to edge of Public Road. thence with same N 80 W 8 poles to stake at edge of road N42A.'2 W 83 poles to stone in edge of road S 8g W 65 poles to stone S 25 E 66 poles to stone S 26-V4 W 23-V, poles to the beginning. BEING the same surface land acquired by W.D. Jones by deed of Troy Ellyson dated March 20, 1952, of record in Gilmer County Deed Book No. 176 at page 81, Also. the oil and gas underlying 44.75 acres located ou Middle Run. in said Dekalb District. Gilmer County. West Virginia. described as follows: CIRCUIT COURT OF GILMER COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA WENDELL ARBOGAST. Plaintiff, " VS, FRED MILLER. CORINDA MILLER BUTCHER. MARTHA MARKS. DaY W. MARKS. MRS. DaY W. MARKS. LORA1N SMALLEY. --- SMALLEY. DANA ARBOGAST. MAY ARBOGAST. THELMA GUM. RAY GUM. HOWARD ARBOGAST. IRIS ARBOGAST EDWARD ARBOGAST. KATHE- RINE ARBOGAST. LUClLLE ARBOGAST BURK- HAMMER AND HENRY BURKHAMMER. Defendants. Civil Action No. 1018 ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of the above mentioned action is to partition for the sale of that lot. together with the improvements thereon, situate in Sand Fork. Gilmer County. West Virginia: and being the' same lot or usrcnl of land cooveved unto Mary Arbogast by John W. Marks and Nellie Marks. nts wite. by deed dated 3 June 1941. and of record in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Gitmer County. West Virginia. in Deed Book No. 145. at Page 216. It appears from the affidavit filed in this action that the Defendants. Freda Miller. Martha. Marks. Day W. Marks. Mrs. Day W. Marks. Lorain Smalley. --- Smalley. Howard Arbegast. Iris Arbogast. Edward Arbogast and Kathering are non-residents of the State of West Virginia. IT IS ORDERED that the Defendants. Frada Miller. Martha Marks. Day W. Marks. Mrs. Day W. Marks. Lorain Smalley. -- Smalley. Howard Arbogast. Iris Arbogast. Edward Arbogast and Katherine Arbogast. do appear and serve upon George M. Cooper. Attorney for the Plaintiff. whose address is Brown Building. P.O. Box 684. Sutton. West Virginia 26601. an answer or other defense to the Complaint filed in this action on or before the tat day of September. 1975. otherwise iudgment upon proper hearing and trial will be taken against them at any time thereafter and they will be thereafter barred from asserting in another action any claim, cr~.omplaint or defense which they may have. A copy of this Complaint may be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at his office, leeated in the Town of Glenville, in said county and state. Entered by the Clerk of said Court on this the 28th day of July. 1975. TESTE: Lane Smith. Clerk By: Shena r. Williameen, Deputy 7-31..3tc. LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia Purchnsing Division will accept sealed bids until 2.'00 P.M. August 21. 1975 on File 111 for Glenville State College on Reqn. No. 47 for: Galvanized Routing. Fiberglass Panels. -- No bid will be considered unless submitted on forms prescribed by and available from the Purchasing Division, l)spartmnt of Finance & Administration. RoomW-120. Capitol Building. Charleston. West Virginia. BEN B. R~. DIRECTOR 8-8.2tc, LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING Bonds in the amount of $90.000 due and payable one year after date: Bonds in the amount nf $95.O00 due and payable two years after date: Rends in the amount of $100,000 due and payable three years after date: l~mds in the amount of $110.O00 due and payable four years after date: Bonds in the amount of $115.000 due and payable five years after date: Boats in the amount of $125,000 due and payable six years after date: Bonds in the amount of $130.OOO due and payable seven years after date: Bonds in the amount af $140.000 due and payable eight years after date: Bends in the amount of $150.000 due and payable nine years after date: Bonds in the amount of Si60,000 due and payable ten years after date: Bends in the amtmnt of $175,000 due and payable eleven years after date: Bends in the amount of $185.000 due and payable twelve years after date: Bonds in the amount of $200.000 due and payable thirteen yea~ after date: Bonds in the amount uf $210.O00 due and payable fourteen years after date: Bonds in the amount of $215.000 due and payable fifteen years after date. It is further hereby ordered by The Board of Education of the County of Gilmer that: (A} The question of incurring the debt and issuing said Bonds and all other questions properly connected therewith shall be submitted to the voters of Gilmer County School District at a Special schonl bond election which shall be held therein on the 22rid day of August. I@75. and the Commissioners and Clerks for each of the legally established voting precincts of Gilmer County School District (which embraces the same territory as Gilmer County} for holding such special election shah be and are hereby appointed as follows, namely: ELECTION OFFICIALS CENTER DISTRICT Precinct #t {Normantown) - Normantown School Clerks: Commissioners: Erin Taggart Jean DeHart Ruth Hardman Geraldine Marks Pearl Williams Precinct #5 [Ceda rville} - Community Building Clerks: Commissioners: Nora Beall Nellie Carr Erin Hinrarnan lnez Roe Logretha Keesecker Precinct #6 {Shock) - Mrs. Della Mace (Phone: 364-5572} Clerks: Commissioners: Virgie Sands Vera Bell Patficia Moore Gwendolyn Postelwait Foster Norman DEKALB DISTRICT Pr~.inct #12 (Third Run) - Mrs. Bonnie Waggy (Phone: 462-8007) Clerks: Commissioners: Pam Ratfiff Margie Wesffall Mary Ann Howes Bonnie Wal~/ Edna Meadows Precinct #13 (Tanner} - Tanner School Clerks: Commissioners: Louella Williams Kathleen Lydick Mary Jane Robinson Flora Stalnaker Barbara Riddle BEGINNING at a B.O. The State of West Virginle Purchasing N. 55.5 E 70 poles to stake at run Division will accept sealed bids until 3.'00 P.M. N 56 E 36 poles crossing Middle Run to Sour Gum August 28. 1975 on File 202 for Natural N 74 E 16 poles to Sour Gum and B.a. on Hays Resources on Re;In. No. 6069 for: labor, material line & equip, for delivery k application d sudacin8 N 4ktA E 51 poles to Hickory on ridgemat. to 2 bituminous concrete tennis courts at S 72 W 70 poles to Sugar Cedar Creek St. Park. N 78 W 20 poles to Dogwood No bid will be considerad unless submitted on S 54 W 20 poles crossing Middle Run to ~h forms prescribed by and available from the S 2 g 87 poles to the beginning. Purchasing Division, Department of Finance & BEING the same oil and gas acquired by Administration. Room W-120. Capitol Buildlng. W.D. Jones by deed of Anna Bell King and Charleston. West Virginia. husband, dated December 24. 1943. of record in BEN E. RUBREGHT. DmEcroR Gilmer County Deed Book No. 150 at page 318. 8-8-2tc. Precinct #17 (Seed Fork} - Sand Fork School Said sale will be subject to the approval and LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING confirmation of the Circuit Court of Gilmer Clerks: Commiesiormrs: Coxmty. The State of West Virginia Purchasin8 Claudia Graynol~ LoraFayeTomblin l,W, Divisinn wilt eealsd bids umfl:3:O0 P.M. Pmrklk .... RalplS Shaver SpecialCommissioner August 28, 1975 on File for Natural ,.!~.: :. ~.~- ..... l. LANE SMITH. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Resources on Reqn. No. 6068 for: labor, material Gilmer County. West Virginia. do hereby certify & Equip, for delivery & paving of 2 tennis courts Procinct # 18 |Stouts Mills) - Ed Shifietts Rtsidence that the above named Special Commissioner has at Cedar Creek State Park. given bond as required by said decree with No bid will he considarad unle~ submitted on (Phone: 462-7225} security approved before me. forms prescribed by and available from the Clerks: Commissioners: Purchasing Division, Department of Finance & LANE SMITH. Clerk of the Administration. Room W-1310. Capitol BuildinlL Ruby Conrad (;oldie Carpenter Circuit Court of Gilmer County, Charleston, West Virginia. Erie L. Lowe Annette Thompson West Virginia BEN E. RUIBIR~'IT. DIRECTOR Wands Harris 8-7-~'tc. 8.8-21c. NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOND ELECTION GLENVILLE DISTRICT Precinct #16 {Glanville} - Gilmer County Court House Clkers: Commissioners: rmla Caste Alma Grannlief Frada Abrams Lethe Yerk~ Daisy Jones Precinct #20 (Glenville) -Turnar Clerks: ~rs: 6. To acquire, construct and erect edditioes for a new lunchroom for the existing Gilmer County High School and to renovate, remodel a nd improve the existing gymnasium, academic end other facilities. Existing Gdmer County High School Grand Total of Above ProjectS: The above amnuats stated for c.sts of the ~ h.~J pr.ie~ ts inspection costs, legal fees anti exDenses, The t .sis .f at quiring I and rights of way therefor and the preparation and in costs and fees. c~ts of issuant e anti sale .f the Bonds and suChe expenses nat .therwise prt~vided for above, ~s ma,. be in carrying nut the ft)regoing purposes or pr~qe~ ~s The al~we amounts are the estimated sums needed f~r the proceeds of the prol~)sed Bnnd issue and the share .f the State Better School Buildings Amendment Funds to be in the (D) If the voters of Gilmer County School Distrir t approve such debt Bonds. the Board of Education of the County of Gilmer shall la~, annually all the taxable property within Gilmer County School District a lee, payment of the annual interest upon said Bonds as it accrues Bonds at the maturities thereof: for which purpose a levy upon each $I00~ last as~msment of such property fo:" state and county Durvoses will bm Upon Class I property', approximately 17,68 centS ,~ Upon Class It property, approximately" 3538 centS Upon Class Ill property, approximately 70.72 ceBtS Upon Class IV property, approximately 70.72 cents In the laying of such levy. the assessment levy" authorized to be laid I~" the County of Gilmer for Gilmer County School District by the Constimfi~ statutes enacted pursuant thereto shall not be exceeded: provided. herainabovo sat forth may. whenever necessary', be exceeded in and principal of such Bonds within any statutory' and constitutional collection and disbursement of taxes within constitutional and statutOrY interest and principal upon such proposed Bonds shall have l by said Board for any pu~ whatever, except the payment of interest on other Bond issues which heretofore have been authorized or which [rE) If the debt and Bond issue shall be approved by the voters. heretofnre issued and payable from taxes levied outside the said Constitution will not exceed in the aggregate five per centum of property in (;timer County School District ascertained in accordance of said Constitution. and such Bonds and the interest thereon will be levied and collected in each year. on all taxable property in Gilmer County pay the principal and interest maturing and becoming due on such levies will be laid separate and apart from. and in addition to. the levies for school districts on the several classes of property in Section but in the same proportions as such maximum rates are levied on the said tax will be levied outside the limits fixed by Section I Article OF} If the debt and Bond issue submitted to the voters X of the Constitution. known as the "'School Bond Amendment." and Coemtitution. known as the "'Better Schools Amendment'. and l.,~rhdaturu of West Virginia, Regular Session, 1951, amending and Article I. Chapter 13 of the Code of West Virginia. 1931. and the ~tura of West Virignia. Regular Session. 1959. amending and Section 34. Article I. Chapter 13 of the Code of West Virginia. will not violate any constitutional or statutory provisions of this said levies herein provided shell be levied and allocated each year for the lntereet and principal of the Bonds to be authorized, and for such apart from all other levies made for all other purposes of Education of the County of GiLmer does further find that after laying levies for payment of the principal and interest requirements of said levies authorised by law and apportioned for current expenses, a which, when added to other income, will be sufficient to carry' on the proper Board and of said Gilmer County School District, (G} The form of ballot to be used for such bond election shall be OFFICIAL BOND BALLOT GILMER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Special School Bond Election August 22. 1975 Shall Gilmer County School District incur debt and issue Bonds iR meturitiee on such Bonds to run not more than fifteen years from the date not exceeding the rate of seven per centum (7o1 per annum, for the Lt~ atlon 1. To acquire the site for and to Near the northerly acquire, construct, erect and corporate boundary prepare the site, including" utilities of Glenville. on end landscaping, for a new VanHorn Drive. off elementary school with a capacity of Rt. 5, (With access about 280 students, to serve theto utilities). sl~u~lents of grades kindergarten @ through eight in the Glenvil!e area. 2. To acquire, construct and erect additions for classrooms and other space and accommodations {to meet guidelines of the State Board of Educ~tinn) for the present Norman- town Elementary School and to reconstruct, renovate and remodel such school, which wilJ serve a total of approximately 330 students. Present Normantown Elementary School TO THE VOTERS OF GILMER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT, STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA: 1~ Take notice that at a meeting of The Board of Education of the County of Gilmer, a statutory ConnieCunningham Lnster l~vidson I corporation under the laws of the State of West Virginia. held on the 27th day of May. 1975. a quorum Hope Peele lemde Ltw.adar 3. To acquire, construct and erect Present Sand Fork I~ being present and acting throughout such meeting, the following order was made and entered of Gertrude Nicholeon additions for classrooms and other Elementary School record: space and accommodations (to meet Precinct #23 (Glenvdie) - Gilmer County Court House guidelines of the State Board of ~ AN ORDER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE COUNTY OF GILM]ER DIRECTING Education} for the existing Sand Clerks: Commissioners: Fork Elementary School. and to Ruth Bennett Flora Wilson Mary Stewart Floda Davis Fern R~ reconstruct, renovate and remodel such school which will serve a total of a~mately 260 students, TROY DSITRCT Present Troy Precinct #27 (Troy) - Troy School Elementa ry School Present Tanner Elementary School Clerks: Ruth Reed O.R. Spurmmn 4. To renovate, remodel and improve the existing Troy Elementary School. which after completion of the new:.~" Glenville Elementary Scbool wit Serve approximately 150 students. Existing Gilmer County High School Precinct #31 Clerks: Julia Gordon Nellie Allman (Cox's Mills} ~OIBers: Mary Burtne Naomi Beau Marguerite Roe - Community Building Commimdonera: Irene Ware Clovis Puttit Mary Alice Lockard OB) The registration of voters and the use of the registration books shah be imverned by the permanent r~ltstratiea laws of the State of West Virginia. and The Board of Rducatkm of tim Coumty of Gilmer hereby adopts the regMtration fists of the County of Gilmer as the offmial registration lists of Gilmer County School District for such elec~on. (C) The purposes of proiects for which the p~.~s of sale of the Bonds. if authorized by the voters. am to be expended are as follows: 1. To ~ the sits for ~ to scquJre, c~struct, erect end Pmlmm tim sits, inc_ uttllti ndscaptq, for a new " W eebo with a c imcity of ebRt siud ts, to mr m tim mzimts of m'm m kinderprmn thnmSh oMht in the CImwille area. Locatiun Ulmlted Cost Near the northerly Bund corporate boundary $477,029 o/Gleaville, on State Funds: Vanl-lorn Drive, off ~8.071 Rt. 5. [with access Total: to utifitiee), $t.O~oO00 Presmit Boat P~: Normantown ~r/.9~O glmmmtsry School State Funds: 28,O50 Total: Ss54.o0o Present Sand Pork ElmmmterV School Present Troy Elementary School Pru, ent Tanner F alnte ry School Bond Proceeds: S 20.100 Stein Funds: 30.900 Total: aSS1.000 Bond Proceeds: $138,,I00 State F~: 20.e00 Total: $1~.000 Grand Total of Above ProjeCts: 5. To renovate, remodel and improve the existing Tanner Elementary School to serve approximately 130 students. 6. To acquire, construct and erect additions for a new lunchroom for the existing Gilmer County High School and to renovate, remodel and improve the existing gymnasium, academic, and other facilities. The above amounts stated for costs of the school prelects shah lnspectioa cnets, legal fees and expenses, the costs of acquiring and rij|hts of way therefor and the preparation and cesta and foeS. costs of issuance and sale of the Bonds and expenmm Rot otherwise provided for above, as may be in carrying out the foregoing purposes or proiects. strove amotmta are the estimated sums needed for proceeds of the proposed Bond issue and the share of the Slate Better Sclmol BU~ Amendment Funds to be in the and levy tasas suff'mient to pay the interest on and the principal of YES = NO N(TrlC TO VOTERS: To vote in favor of the proposition the uam b om the word YES. To vote allainst it, piece a similar mark in the square in AN ELECTION TO BE HELD FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUB~G TO THE VOTERS OF GILMER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT ALL QUESTIONS CONNECTED WITH CONTRACTING OF A DEBT AND THE ISSUING OF BONDS IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $2,200,o00 FOR A SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT I PROGRAM. [~ BE IT ORDERED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE COUNTY OF GIIA,IER: It appears to The Board of Education of the County of Gilmer (herein called the "'Board"} and the Board does accordingly hereby fi'nd: ~. The schools in Gilmer County School District are, with the except~n of Gilmer County ~h School, over 45 years old. The Sand Fork. Tanner and Troy elementary schools are in violation of I~ the Life Safety Code. as appears from a recent report by the State Fire Marshal. The auditorium of one I[ of the schools is described in one report ~as "'a fire trap." Toilets are in basements without recommended exits. The existing high school should be remodeled and renovated and a new lunchroom should be provided for the high school. The Sand Fork, Tanner. Troy and Normantown elementary schools must be renovated and the Sand Fork and Normantown schools must be enlarged so that they may continue to be used. A new elementary school to serve the Glenvilla area is u r~nfly.mmdmL .both for such area service and to relieve overuse of the Tanner. Troy and Sand Fork schools. The Board turn t~:eived reports and recommendations from the Gilmer County Citir.ens Committee for Butter Sch(mls, and meetings have been conducted upon the question of the school needs. Accordingly, the Board finds that it is urgently necessary that the Board acquire, construct and erect the new school bu~ug. obtain and improve the site therefor and enlarge, renovate and improve certain of tha ~dstin8 school buildings in said School District as shown below, and in accordance with the" Comprehensive Plan of the School District which has been approved by the State Board of Education. The funds derived from current levies applicable to the construction of such new school and the ruskin8 of such imvrovemnnts in and additions to or supplementation or renovation of certain existing school b-J.Idlnp, which this body is now authorized by law to lay, after providing for the administration of the affairs of this Board and meeting the current expenses thereof required by law. are insufficient to finance such construction and to make such imnrovemant~, addit~, supplementation e",d renovation am:L therefor. Bonds should be issued to provide funds therefor, 2. Funds should be obtained for the pu~msas mentioned above and described below and it will be necessary to incur debt and issue Bonds for the acquisitt.un of a site f.or tha new school s~ re.r the enlargement, extension, supplementation, reconstruction, tmprovement ann renovation of the existmx school facilities hereinafter described. Investigation and studies by this Board show that at least the sum of Two Million Two Hundred thousand Dollars ($2,200,000} must be spent for such pu~, la addition to the share of the Board in the State Better Schools ~ Amendment Funds in tlm sum of $829,500, aU to the end of providing better, safer school facilities in said School District as part of the effort required to meet the educational needs and to improve the opportunities of the students in said School District. 3. The valuation of the taxable property in Gilmer County School District. as shown by the last assessment thereof for state and county taxation purposes, is $44,000,690. and the valuation of each class of property within said School District is as follows: Class I $2.844.[100 Class II 8.591.1310 Class Ill 28.327.210 Class IV 4.237.450 Total: $44.000.690 4. There is not any iodebtedness for school purposes in the former magisterial school districts in Gihner County, nor is there any bonded indebtedness of Gllmer County School District. The unbonded i~debtednes of the School District is negligible and can be paid from currant levy funds. Accordingly. Bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $2,200,000 may be issued for the purposes herein provided. 5. Bonds Nos. I to 44~. inclusive, in the principal amount of $5.000 each. aggregating $2.200.000 shall be issued and sold. the proceeds of which sale shah be used for the purpeses hereinafter set forth, To the extent that additional funds are made available to the Board for the construction of school buildings or the improvement thereof, or the purchase of equipment therefore, by some form of matching by the Federal Government, the amounts herein stated may be used, insofar as permitted by law. on a matclung basis to sec.ure funds so made available; and provided that the Board, in its discretion, may allocate to and expend for anv one or more of the purposes or projects hereinafter described any sums remaining unusued on account of inability to construct, carry oul or complete any prc~ect, or upon completion of any other of the purposes or projects, whether.any such sum remains unused upon such completion by reason of an underrun in the estimated cost of such pu~ o~ project, or by reason of a grant-in-aid upon the ~t stated herein of such parpolm or proj~.t received by the Board from the FederalGovernment or otherwise. The estimated costs of the ~ts d~.Hbed below do not include any sums for new equipment and ~urnlshinp and the Board will use any mom~ available, including moneys dervied from the head issue, remaining after c~ .of the belew-deecribed proiocts, to purchase such new equipment and furnishings as may be needed and L To Kq,,_lm, om~,uct aad erect sddltimm for clmmrsems sad other m sad a tlem {to meet of tim St ts Do rd of ]kl~cation) for the prmmat Norman- town lIMmmst~ry School and to r coastmct, nmow ts mmnd tm-,h eelmoL which will serv a total of ammximtslv stndmts. 9btai~ble with the moneys available. Upon completion of all such purposes or proj~.ts and paymnl ~retor in full. any unused sum remaining from the sale of the Bonds shall be depmdted with the , Sinking Fund Commission to be used for vurchase of any Bonds of this issue nutstendtnR at than the par value thereof plus accrued interest to the date of such parc.hese payment of such Bonds and the interest thereon at the maturities thermal. The Bonds shall bear interest at a rate or rates not exceeding the rate of seven per centum |7%| semiannually, and the Bonds shall be payable from one to fiftnen years from their maturities of the Bonds shag be as ~[Iows: & To acquire, construct and erect md~tiom for ~ and other space sad sccommodstimm (to most of the stain Board of Educatiom} for the exlstins Sand Fork Slmmmtsr,/ School. and to recomtn,mL and remndei mch acheaL which will sere a tetel students. 4. To rmlo~in, remodel and Imbruve tbe dstl Trw Elementary Schnel. compb on of tim new School will serve apProximmtely 150 students. {H) The Secretary of The Board of Education of the County of directed to pro~ and furnish to the election commissmners at practicable, the ~mllots. poll book.,;, tally sheets the alecti~ as ~ided by the Code of West Vi= dutins impo~e~;~=Y law upon Clerks of the ~=ircuit Courts in relation practicable: and, in accordance with Section 13. Article 1 the County of Nicholas shall canvass the election rerun, and shall i075, that bein~ the fifth day. Sunday excepted, after such {I} Abtamtee ballots shall be applied [or. obtained from and Gilmer Calmly Schools who shall serve as Clerk of the election, in the 1 Circuit Court of said calmly would serve in the case of a general of West Virginia Code. Chapter 13. Article I. Section III Nottoe td the s . al election hereby ordered shall be pablk:atinn td this Order within the hmrteen cons~'utive days eleclkm, with an interval of at least six full days between the first week f(w two smx~essive weeks in The. Glenville Democrat new~papers ~d different Imlitics published arid of general circulatiOV the p~hl~llkm (letea to be Wed~'sday. August 13. 1975. and :/