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August 28, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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I is just a small part of the completely equipped, sodarn Auto~otive Me~Lnks Lab. trades to be Charles Roberts is the instructor and While Adult Basic Education each class will total 15 students, courses have not yet been set up, to industrial Another popular learning area in Gainer was high hopes for the also is offering a the Center will be the Automotiveprogram. "Anyone 16 years or older freshmen and Mechanics Lab, Gainer feels. It's a who did not Finish high school," he basic skills of modern, completely equipped "gar-points out. "will be able to earn a high tools, sheet age." Every type of automotive repair, school equivalency diploma." Any Woodworking, except body work, will be offered to 26 adult, however, whether working for a is designed to and 28 students per class. Instructors diploma or not, can enroll in the as to are Robert Elliotand Ronald program. Coordinator of the program in life.Hathaway. is Mrs. Judy Kerns. [Continued from Pa~e 1} use of streets tor erecting and maintaining electric lights, wires and plant. March 6, 1901 Council votes to remove horse hitching posts on Main St. $1 fine for horses tied on Main St. Charley Griffith ordered to fill a hole in front of his livery stable. April 1, 1901 Common Council agrees that at any regular meeting... shall have the right to hear, inveatigate, and determine any charge or charges made against the Mayor or Council member.., for drunkenness. incompetency, malfeasance or mis- feasance or unbecoming conduct and if found guilty, the Common Council shall 'have the power by a vote of two-thirds to expel the said Mayor or Council member and to declare the place vacant. May 6, 1001 Mayor I.S. Gaff resigns, accepted by Common Council. Council member W.K. Ruddle resigns. accepted by Common Council. John Holt appointed Mayor by Council; attorney M.B. Morris appointed to fill Council vacancy. August 28, 1975 1"he Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 9 WANTED Standing Timber or Timberland ALSO MEN WITH TRACTORS OR HORSES TO SKID LOGS. YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR LOG TRUCKS. CAI_L OR WRITE Mark Ellis Forester COASTAL LUMBER COMPANY .= P O Box 218 " Gassaway 26624, West Virginia .= : Phone: 304364-59(]6 O Glenville, W. Va. Phone462-7660 LICENSED MORTICIANS J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. M. Stephen Stricklar l spirit of our at.Centennial because we hate inventory), of school and office will be on nt 24 o off. Just two conditions: lr r purchases must total at least s IOO (at relmlar prices) Office equipment (calculators, etc.) Be Bet included in Ibis sale Your ST. GLEHVlLLE, WV Phone 462-7309 i aid m.i,i.m n i,i.ii.i / in one... 136 CU FT. REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER Coil-free back. trays undey * Only 30" wide, 64" high. in re- MODEL TB-14S NOW trade ONLY Mccimm'mm Me OlO't PN ALSO AVAILAIBLJE IN DARK SPANISH RN~SH MB~ DO Automat fine tunN-AFC CustomaUc tint lock. helps keep constant plemdng skin tones "AntO Pro-Set" controls for color, tbtt, and brlK that opm'ate only when "Auto" button Is pushed Payment Pka Free Delivery I OF S RVICE HiH|iiHi|HH|| June 3, 1901 Levy for year 45 cents on the $100 dollars of assessed valuation. Every male citizen between ages 21-50 assessed $1.50 tax or two days work on the (unpaved) streets. On motion. R.L. Ruddell appointed to fill Council vacancy: M.B. Morris switches to Recorder. Ordinance established closing all stores on Sunday or $1-5 fine for each occurence. June 18, 1901 Ordinance prohibiting the throwing of dynamite or exploding of bombs, dynamite, nitroglycerine or other missiles or combustible matter within town Limits. $10-50 fine and imprisonment (at discretion of Mayor; to not more than 30 days.} July 1, 1001 Ordinance -That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to play upon any musical instruments upon the streets, alle~is, or for any person or persons to loaf, loiter or congregate in the streets or alleys after midnight. $1-$5 fine. Sept. 24, 1901 Annual corporation taxes total an estimated $84! .87 Common Council orders the Town Sergeant to collect. Nov. lgOt John Holt elected Mayor for one-year term. 42 votes to 30 over nearest rival. Dr. W.A. Rymer. applicant for Town Serg~aTrt. He is appointed by Common Council for one year at annual salary of $365. Duties include lighting and care of street oil lamps and office of Treasurer..." and in the event that the town should at any time decide to use gas or other lights for.., streets and sidwalks, Arnold is released from work of lighting and attending lamps with deduction of $70 from salary. He was also appointed Street Commissioner and filed bond of $1,200. Motion:a plank crossing 20 inches wide will be placed across the alley between the law offices of C.M. Bennett and M.B. Morris. March 3, 1902 Common Council ordered a new roof be put of T.M. Marshall's blacksmith shop on Bridge St. Council says roof is a fire hazard and must be covered with tin. slate or metal within 20 days. No fire inside shop tmtil-roof is repaired. If not done, Council will have roof put on and assess Marshall a penalty. IVlLmv 5, 1002 Council orders T.M. Marshall to drain his cess pool within tO days. Council requests two men investigate and report on a sewerage system from ~,~.iting Stable on Bridge St. to Little Kanawha River. : TRY A ONE TO SUIT EVERYBODY'S NEED Holly Park Windsor Norris Fresdom Double-Wide Homes BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP OPEN DAYS A WEEK SUNDAY 1-5 BELKNAP MOBILE HOMES. INC. Plmne 364-56~ Re. 4 lust off 1-79 Take Gassaway-Sutton Exits Toward Gassaway Ganaway WV Opposite Braxton County Armory Speed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING Et FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone 462-73 WE SERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL CAN YOU WORK WITHOUT SUPERVISION? Can you work without supervision in an accounta protected territory with an exclusive ltne? We need a man or woman to sell full line of Advertisin8 Specialities, Calendars and Gifts in the Glenville area. Must be able to plan own time and to work with minimum of supervision. The exclusive calendar line, includtn8 1976 Bicentennial editions are manufactured in our own plant. The Advertising Specislt?, Line is one of the most extensive in the industry. Write Bob McKenzie, Ssles Mansger, The Thoe. D. Co. 120 Second St., Red Oak, Iowa 51566. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Buy carpet that suit8 your taste at a low-Jow price. The cmrpet you pick out can be ready and installed in one week. Open 6 days a week from 9:.00 A.M. to 5 P.M. and Friday open till 8:00 eventnp by appointment. FREE ESTIMATES YOUR BUSINESS WE DO APPRECIATE! 628 ~ Ave, V2 mL from GlenvtUe Weston OUR AIM IS TO SATISFY YOU(m Rt. 33 269-4166 We win move funlJtuFe 462..8737 Darrell [Peanut] Foster. Owner |IIllllIllllilIllIllIIlllIlllllllllIlll ALL TROPHY HORSE SHOW DAWSON FARMS GLENVILLE W.VA. SEPTEMBER 21, 1975 1. 0 P.M. 1. Lead Line ................... Log Cabin Exxon, Ronald Kuhl 2. Pet Ponies .................. Copen Coal Co., H.S. Furr *3. Horse Pole Bending .......... The Scoreboard, ' Mark Reger, Joe Putman 4. Pony Pole Bending ........... Cedarville Grocery, 3ack Nail 5. Men's Western Pleasure ...... P-E Construction Co., Tinker Isenhart *6. Flag Race ................... Dun-Rite Crafts, Clark Cobe n/ 7. English Pleasure ............. Chesterfmld Corp., Stan Pickens *8. Horse Barrel Race ............ Bob Fox's Welding Service 9. Pore Barrel Race ............ Consotdiated Gas Co. 10. Ladies Barrel Race ........... Dawson Tack Et Supply "11. Pony Express ................ Rastle Auto Parts, Leon Rastle 12. Open Pleasure ............... Horse Trailer Van Specialists Sue's Dairette, Claude Campbell "13. Pick Up Race ................ Appalachian Concrete Et Supply 14. Catalog Race ................ Gilmer Graphics, Inc. 15. 3-Gaited Horses ............. Joe's Yu-Go-lnn, Joe Et Terry Putnam 16. Pony Boot Race ............. Glenville Ford Sales, Jack Chapman 17. Ladies Western Pleasure ...... Foster's Carpet Center, Darrel Foster 18. Straight Barrel Race .......... Leon's Tire Et Mechanic Service Leon Starkey 19. Horse Stake Race ............ Swishers Feed Et Supply, Wilbur Swisher 20. Pony Stake Race ............ Stalnaker's Repair Shop, Auburn, WV Chades Stalnaker "21. Dash for Cash ............... Kanawha Union Bank GATE DONATION $2.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE ENTRY FEE $2.00 EXCEPT CLASSES #3, #8, WHICH ARE $3.00 #13 WHICH IS $4.00, #2 WHICH IS $5.00 PAYBACK ON CLASSES #3, #8, #21, is 1st. 40%, 2nd. 25%, 3rd, 10%. *HIGH POINT TROPHY PLUS $25.00 FOR HIGH POINT HORSE Et RIDER PONIES CANNb CROSS REGISTER. PONIES MUST BE 54" UNDER COGGINS TEST REQUIRED IIIlIllllllllllllllilllllllllilltlIIIlll