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U 5254O 0 A Gilmer Graphics, Inc. Newspaper Single Cop~ Price 20 (:enls Plus lax Published B~ And For Gitmer Coun% People GLENVII.LE. GII.MER CO[NT~I~. i~,,~ 2fi351 Thursday, September 20, 1979 busy Commission @ @ @ 0 are seen (I.r): Connie David- Roseann Reele, Junior, Glen- Glenville; Martha and Becky Jordan, Alan Kuhlman photo) ting ............... Association will hold their =rday and Sunday, September unty Recreation Center. Cmmunity Church will be held at 7"130 p m Everyone is m nts will not be necessary. ur Giimer County Commission beaeed before the Commission Economist, and Pat Nestor, Creek--Dowell Extension Pro- members met on Tuesday, to discuss construction costs, 4-H Agent, were introduced to ject. The following bids and September 4, in regular ses- labor, materials and other the Commission and explain- sion, and after conferring with details concerning the renova- ed their duties and willingness the Gilmer County Industrial tion and erection of steps, rail- to serve the county. Development Association ing and ramps at the Cour- --and, Deana Peele was up. (IDA), Ed Nelson and Karen thouse. Commission members proved as Notrary Public. Price, the Commission agreed ag[eed to award the bid to R & In special session on Men- to be released of any further J Construction in the amount day, September 10, Commis- obligation concerning the of $19,464.59. sion set Wednesday, sponsorship of Industrial tn other business on that September 12 as the date for St. Albans, $597,780.17; Con- Revenue Bonds and will no day: interviewing applicants for the solidated Western, Inc., Nitro, longer be a part of the project --a contract was signed coordinator of the River Street $545,100 and Gene Stalnaker, at this time. with Carl R. Carr, contractor, to Project. The selected in- Inc., Letter Gap, $525,887.45. Nelson, prospective buyer erect a one-stow 30' x 60' dividual would replace Warren Bids were not awarded until of Four-D Manufacturers, and metal building at the new Mullens, who resigned that HUD has investigated the Karen Price, representative for Gilmer County Senior Citizen's post last month, lowest bidder as required by Industrial Development from Center. Also on that day, the Corn- law. All bids are good for 75-90 i i;' the Governor's Office of --a letter was received from mission considered the days. Economic and Community the Giimer County Ambulance possibility of obtaining com- On Wednesday, September Development, reported that Board naming Dr. Espy Miller puter services in conjunction 12, Commission members; Kanawha Banking and Trust had decided against the need- i!:: ed loan for the purchase of the company. The purchase of the plant is to be continued through other channels. At : this time, the alternate solu- tion for purchase is not finaliz- ed. Ro(:lney Moss and Danny ii!I Self, appearing as R & J Con- struction, along with Everett Ellison, project inspector, up. their amounts were opened: F.G. Compagni Construction Company, Inc., Cortland, N.Y, $683,408; West Virginia Pipeline, Inc., Princeton, $628,955.65; Mountaineer, Inc., Mt. Hope, $888,000; Valley Development of West Virginia, as replacement for the late with the Board of Education. It Bob Waggoner, Director of Sammy Reese as member of was decided to discuss the Community Action; Glenville that board. If Dr. Miller is will- matter with the Board. Mayor Phyllis Starkey; Dr. Ron- ing, Commission granted their Since Job's Temple has nie Burke, Director of the Of- approval, been placed on the National rice of Economic and Com- --Commission President Registerof Historical Places, a munity Development at Glen- O.V. "Gene" Ellyson signed letter was presented by Com- ville State College and Mary copies of the Housing and Ur. mission member, Earl "Tex" Davidson, County Clerk met to ban Development grant con- Gainer, from representatives review the applicants for the tract provisions of $207,000 as of Job's Temple requesting coordinator of the River Street required by HUD for the River consideration to help with Project. Following interviews Street Project. funds for renovation. As an up- and careful deliberation, --Sally Howard, Home peal was also given in a Thomas Whaley was selected he,. telephone conversation by for the position at a salary of Board approves upgrading us Senate Majority Leader $833 per month. " " " Robert C. Byrd, the Commie- Also, a resolution was made Glenville at the Gilmer Coun- sion agreed to contribute $300 during the meeting authorizing r September 19and 20. Clinic fj toward the restoration fund. the River Street Contract to '.a.m. and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. On ,re exting bids were accepted and Valley Development of West opened Tuesday, Virginia, Inc. at a cost of night clinic witl be held from 6 The Gilmer County Board of Tanner Elementary--David Septembdrll;forthe tewarts $16,9,200.73. dish dinner .......... s Wilrhold their monthly covered unity building on Sunday, and covered dish dinner at Thursday, September 20, at 6 community to meet the new eats, drinks and bread will be dish and get acquainted. Parade .......... School Homecoming Parade 21, at 1:30 p.m. on James Manchin will serve as bming football game agains will be that night at 8 Ounce ........... Education, in its meeting on Jaffre, boys' basketball, Monday, September 10, up- baseball and flag football; !proved a pToposal for Tammy Wiegel and Gall Secretary of State to serve maintenance and replacementHamric in their respective of fire extinguishers in Board duties as mentioned before facilities. Following a presen- tation by Don Boothe, from the Fire Control Company of Hun- tington, and after guaranteeing his proposal would comply and Troy Elementary--Larry Barton, boys' basketball, baseball and flag football and West Virginia Secretary of Holli Hardman as girls' coach State A. James Manchin will in basketbal and softball, as be serving as Parade Marshal was not under contract to any other companies. This maneuver would hell the school system to further com- ply with State Fire Marshal regulations. Because of the special at- tention needed for some of the trainable mentally retarded students in the county, both in the classroom and during transportation to and from the new T.M.R. Center below the high school, careful considera- GCHS Parade Marshal with fire protection standards, well as cheerleader sponsor, for the 1979 Gilmer County Board members approved the The following substitute High School Homecoming proposal if the school system cooks were employed for the Parade this Friday, September 1979-80 school year: Phyllis C. 21. Parade time is 1:30 p.m. Snyder, at Sand Fork only and Manchin has served the Nyla Peele, substitute cook in public as statesman, school all schools, teacher and servant of various Employment of substitute state departments and teachers and their designated organizations. He hails from schoolsare as follows: Marilyn Farmington. He is married to S. Rogers, Normantown, Glen- the former Stephanie Machel ville and Gilmer County High of Wheeling and is the father School; Pamela Walker of three children. Roberts, Normantown only; The Secretary of State was Marilyn Ann Geary, all schools; elected to that office in 1976. Judity L. Jones, Sand Fork on- He is a graduate of West ly; Georgia P. McCartney, all Virginia University and Fair- tion was given for approval of schools and Deanna Foxworo mont State College. He holds a master's degree in education hiring an additional aide. Upon thy, Troy, Glenville and GCHS. from WVU. Superintendent Ronald J. Wel- ty's recommendation, the Approval was given for the The high school homecom- A. James Manchin Board approvedtheopeningof following to use a bus for ing parade will feature several face the Doddridge County a positiontoprimarilyworkat transportation if space is marching units and floats, Bulldogs in the annual the Center and to transport available: Maxine Miller, Betty designed by the students. That Homecoming tilt. Game time children who require special Byrd and Roger Bush, permis- evening, following the after- will be at 8 p.m. at the field on transportation. The one-year sion to ride abus to the Career noon parade, the Titans will Vanhorn Drive. position will be paid from Center to attend classes; Special Education monies. Kathryn E. White, to ride a bus The Superintendent Inform- to Glenville State College and ed the Board of his attempts to Deanna Foxworthy, to ride a sets meeting PSC dates obtain a coach for the girls' bus to schools when called sports program at Tanner upon to substitute teach, for Greyhound changes Elementary. Ms. Tummy In public hearings, permis- Wiegel, a Gtenville State Col- sion was granted to a Mr. Wilt The Public Service Commie- The PSC said it has received lege student, was recommend- to let hisdaughterattend Glen- sion has scheduled a public several letters of protest from ed for this position during first ville Elementary instead of hearing on Thursday, October passengers following a re. semester only, until Gall Normantown, where she had 25, at9:30a.m, in the Commis- quest filed by Greyhound in Hamrtc returns second pre-registered. Approval was sion's hearing room at the July to discontinue and alter semester to resume her given as the family had moved Capitol in Charleston. The several of its schedules. duties. The Board concurred to the Glenville area. hearing* has been scheduled Among those are the 5:35 p.m. with the recommendation. Also, the board denied for the full airing of a proposal departure from Charleston to The following coaching recommendation for extension by Greyhound Bus Lines to arrive in Clarksburg at 10:30 assignments were approved inof bus into Doddridge discontinue certain bus runs. p.m. and the 8:50 a.m. depar. addition to the Tanner peel- County rUnnsd beyond Ted As interested individuals ture from Clarksburg to arrive tions: Glenville Elemen- VanHorn's residence in the have expressed concern as to tn Charleston at 1:35 p.m. Both tary--Willlam J. Turner, boys' Shock area. the location of the first hearing runs pass through Glenville basketball, track, baseball In other business: because of transportation dif- and Calhoun County. and flag football; Jackie ---the Board approved their, ficulties, another hearing has Milliken, girls' basketball and minutes and the payment of been scheduled at 9 a.m. on For further information, softball and Donna Wilt, bills, totalling $24,386.39. November 1, on the second please contact Howard M. cheerleader sponsor; Norman- --members received an up- floor of the Harrison CountY Cunningham, Executive town Elementary--John Bran-date on the Rohrbough Field Correctional Center, Secretary, at 348-2182, or non, boys" basketball, baseball Project. Clarksburg. Sharon Layne, at 462-5671. and flag football; Machelle --the Superintendent Stalnaker, girls' basketball and discussed next year's bus softball and Terri Leach, order, which would include cheerleader sponsor; Sand one 54 passenger and one 66. WHAT'S INSIDE THIS WEEK Fork Elementary--Harold passenger bus, and Obituaries .................................................. 3 Sports .................................................... 4,5 Scott, boys' basketball, --the Board discussed bus Senior Corner ......................... : ..................... ? baseball and flag football; San- insurance and decided to con- Farm Show................................................. 8 dy Betler, girls' basketball and tinue to accept local bids for Schoo0 News.............................................. .9 softball and Mary Grace cost comparison with the GCHS Homecoming........................................ 10 Tomblln, cheerleader sponsor;, State Plan. Dance will be held on 9 til 12 in the Glen- sing .............. at Mt. Earnest Church at 7:30 =ber 22. The featured quartet Everyone is welcome to at- ming .......... at Stouts Chapel United September 23, with the School will be at 10 Bud Cawthorn wilt be the concert ........... in gospel concert with The 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the tickets can be pur- Company and tickets may ass ................ I Catholic Church on Mineral night at 7 p.m. unless is a ballgame, mass a meeting on Wednes- building at Gilmer Coun- will begin a 7:30 p.m. Church wtll hold a 23. Services will singers will to attend. /