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Single Copy Prie-75 (70~ plus tax) (ISSN 0746-5890) Published b~ ~C~1 THIS WEEK'S PRAYER Heaven/)" Father, Extend comfort for the recoveries of the sick, injured, displaced or de- pressed in 2016,especially the injured and sick around WV and world, in- eluding Jay Margolis' family (friends of us). Ronnie Frashure, Judy Furr Marks, Margaret Goodwin, Jo Ann Peggs, Dave Goff, Delores Simmons, Gerry Moore, Herman Nutter, Edsel D. Moss & others needing Christ's healing touch. Pr~'er of the Week (Editor's Note: Owing to the great need for prayer in this country for peace abroad and at home, plus the numerous friends passing on into the spiritual world, we editors offer this prayer, es-i pecially for the bereaved. DHC, Sr.) Cod Only Takes the Best God saw you were getting tired and it was not meant to be. So he put his arms I around you and whispered "Come to l me." With tearful eyes we watched you i and saw you pass away. Although we loved you dearly we could not make you stay. A Golden heart stopped beating hard working hands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us.He only takes the best! Amen. Also, give heart to the families of this week's deceased, namely Fumiko Yamanoba Welch, Marie June Wil- son, Dorothy Jeanne Wilson, Donald E. Singleton, Maxine Cloy McCart-i [ hey Clark, Doris Jean Schoolcraft,and to the tel ati yes and friends of all Gilmer Countians or natives, living here or elsewhere. Finally, help the victims [ and families of disasters, including the | flooding in Louisiana, and the vio- leli~e in the world Again, Amen. what',goi.gton .'l to our old schools?, Editor 1 asks. Page 3 ) This Week in WV History Sept. 22, 1856: Albert Blakeslee "A.B." White was born in Cleve- land,Ohio. He was West Virginia's llth governor, serving from 1901- 05. He was the fourth person to serve as governor from Wood County, his adopted home. Sept. 22, 1894: Louis Bennett Jr. was born in Weston. Bennett was West Virginia's only World War I flying ace. With 12 combat kills, including three aircraft and nine balloons, B.ennett placed himself ninth on the roster of aces. This record was achieved in just 10 days after assignment to his combat unit. Sept. 26, 1863: The Great Seal of West Virginia was adopted by the legislature. The seal, which has re- mained unchanged, was designed by Joseph H. Diss Debar. He was inspired by the view from SR 5 West in Gilmer County, looking opposite the Third Run Road to Tanner. GILMER COUNTY FFA I "DANClN' IN THE DIRT"I I Gilmer County FFA invites youI to: Dancin' in the Dirt. Join us forl an evening of good square danc- ing, music, food and fun on Sat., Oct. 1, from 7-10 p.m. at the GC Recreation Center Barn. Be- cause we will be dancing on the dirt floor of the barn, please wear closed-toed shoes. All proceeds go the County's FFA. At 7 p.m. on Mort., Oct. 3, the Glenville and Sand Fork City Councils will meet in their regular public meetings at their respective town halls. I Inside This Weekl i! Classifieds : ;:~: L!;i: ...... ,....ii:i :;14 Editorial Page 21 .............. GGOs ....... ..., ......... .............. Legals ........... .. .................... .,.. 11 Obituaries,,:,!,..., .............. . ,. :6 Regional Marketplace ......... ,_,,13 ....... ,....:.,: iii !i!!i8 9 hihii Inl ....... II i ..... Meditation Moment September22,2015- (d) YogiBerra, American baseball player, coach, and manager (b. 1925) "lf youdon't know where you are going, you might wind up some- 7lace else." The Nov. General Election's Polling Places in the closed schools to remain the same, the County Commission says By David Corcoran, Jr., All stood for the Pledge of Alle- GeneralManager glance at the beginning of the Fri., The same polling places in the old Sept. 16meetingoftheGilmerCounty schools will be used in the Nov. 8 Commission. General Election and the Courthouse's With all members present, Presi- rain damage is being dealt with, the dent Larry Chapman jumped quickly commissioners reveal, but first... Continued on page 4 10 DEJANA LUDOSKI HAPPILY Glenville State of ". A candlelight memorial service was HOLDS A VOLLEYBALL College mourns held on Tuesday evening for a Glen- Run Road in Sand Fork. ville State College student who died as The call came in to local authorities a result of a vehicle accident on Mon- at2:44p.m.onMon.,Sept. 19foratwo day afternoon, vehicular accident happening 3.8 miles The death involved Dejana Ludoski, outside of Gtenville on Route 5 West. a former volleyball player, student as- According to the official accident sistant, and student worker in GSC's reportfromtheGilmerCountySheriff's Athletic Department. Originally from Department, Miss Ludoski was travel- Belgrade, Serbia, Ludoski was study- ing toward Grantsville when her car ing Business Administration at Glen- ',vent offthe road on the right side. She vile State. The second person involved in the Continued on page 4 EOWARD COON (L-R), "DENNY" TERRELL, AND VERA JEAN EAKLE MEET UP wrnt AN OLD FRIEND AND PLAYMA'I~ FROM RIGHT ACRO~ THE STREET, WHEN MARY BLAND w~mND STRICKLAND HEARD THEY WERE vISmHG THE HOLT HOUSE AND RAN OVER FOR A HEARllFELT AND CHEERFUL REUNION. Back M Glenville -- "There's no place like home/' By David H. Corcoran, Sr., Street. Publisher-Editor In the recent visit of Vera Jean Not- It's always nice to come home to tingham Ealde's family, the above Glenville after a long absence, espe- hoped for reuniting took place without cially if you can gain entrance to your a fuss,because her old home is now the old home to relive some of those pleas- Continued on page 10 ant childhood memories on East Main ..... FAMILY FUN TIME - The annual Art and Ice Cream Social for Gilmer County youth up to 6th grade was held last Thurs., Sept. 15 in the City Square Parkon Main Street. The ladies of Alpha Delta Pi (pictured above) joined various other groups from the college and community, including Gilmer County Title 1, the FRN, Women's Club, and WVU Healthy Children Project, to bring an evening of refreshing ice cream and family- friendly art stations to Glenville. A great time was had by all. Kudos to these wonderful organizations for getting together to put on another fantastic event for the youth of Gilmer County! MARIAH DANIELS OPENS RECITALS WITH STIRRING PERFORMANCE Fall Recitals begin at GSC By Jeanie Swanson, audience quickly engaged. She, with GlenviUe Newspapers Staff Mrs. Anita White on piano, made the GlenvilleStateCollege'sFineArts playful tune and lively accompani- Department kicked off their fall se- merit sound easy. mester recitals Friday evening, Sep- Paul Hindemith's 1936 Sonata for tember 16,with flutistMariah Daniels Flute and Piano is a staple of the 20~ taking the stage. Ms.Daniels, a senior Century flute repertoire. The multi- music education major from Weston, movement work, composed in a rico- performed a wonderfully versatile classic style, offered well-met chat- program that offered something for lenges to both performers. The first everyone, movement translated to "Cheerfully Opening with German composer Rowing" and it did just that, with the Wilhelm Popp's charming waltz, Valse Gracieuse, Ms. Daniels had the Continued on page 4 000 I 000 HOPE FOR THOSE IN THE GRIP OF ADDICTION - In a small, but powerful candlelight ceremony this past Sunday night, Gilmer countians got together to reaffirm their commitment to combat drug use in the county. Organized by several local churches and the Gilmer County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition, the Vigil (originally scheduled for the City Square, but moved inside because of threat of rain) was a moment to remember those who are struggling with the pain of addiction, including the victims, their families, and loved ones. The Coalition's goal is to spread hope to those afflicted. While West Virginia suffers from high rates of addiction and substance abuse, we are also a state and county of resilient, hopeful people. Stories were shared, tears were shed, and Handicrafting: The Gilmer County Needlework and Fiber Guild meets Join us every Friday at the Holt House Museum's Annex, 302 East Main St., Glenville. B ring your knitting, crochet, embroidery, quilting, weaving, spinning, tatting, quilling, etc. Even bring your coloring book, if you like. The Guild will meet from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Provide your own favorite snacks/lunch. Stay the whole time or just drop in for a bit. Organizers ask for a $1 donation to help pay utility bills. The group will not meet when Gilmer County schools are closed, due to inclement weather. Bingo Night at the Senior Center to be held on next Fri., Sept, 30; a popular fund-raiser for nutrition Mark your calendars for BINGO NIGHT to be held next Fri., Sept. 30! This bingo will be held at the Senior Center with doors opening at 5 p.m. All proceeds -Yogi Berra hopewas passed on. The ceremonywas concluded with Amazing Grace.Area Briefs continued on page 4