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29, 1988 weekly column the seventh and students in Mrs. newspaper class High School. Tide Navy Rock for the Gilmer School students on 20. The five man from New Or- the entire southern this being the band's in Gilmer larkin, a band quoted as saying, one of the best we've done." The by local Bill Lillich. September 22, gh twelfth the Gilmer County elected their class the 1988-89 school Angie Ball, Vice President; Julie Norman, Secretary; John Bar- ton, Treasurer, and Benji Wood, Historian. The Student Council officers and members of GCHS have been selected by the student body to organize school activi- ties and to set up student gov- ernment for the 1988-89 school year. The Senior representatives are Leslie Allison, Fritz Gillespie, Sherri Stewart, Bert Jedamski, and Greg Messenger. Junior representatives include Gary Ellyson, Stacy Moss, Luann Moyers, Steve Simmons, Susan Krohn, and Daniel Bon- nett. Sophmore representatives are Carl Bonnett, Monica Triplet, Tina Ferguson, Tracy Pierey, and Phil Huff. Freshman representatives officers are: Gregchosen were Missy Frye, Lisa ; Bobby Peters, Misty Moore, Alison President; DarleneKrohn, Mary Beth Cutlip, and and Angie Andrea White. Eighth grade representatives officers are: are Jenny Snider, Michele Bon- President; Doug nett, Doug Heater, Kelly McH- President; Luannenry, andEllen Post. and Cindy Representatives for the sev- class officers are: President; Carol Vice President; Secretary; and surer. class officers are: President; Jenny President; Col- Secretary, Andrea and Jason grade class offi- Stewart, Presi- Vice Presi- White, Secretary; Treasurer; Historian. grade officers Phares, President; enth grade are: Hilary Miller, Stacy Starkey, John Barton, Re- becca Drake, and Julie Norman. Officers for the Student Gov- ernment were selected last spring and include: Rachel Ram- sey, President; Carissa Villan- ueva, Vice President; Crystal Law, Secretary; Teddy Fitzwa- ter, Reporter;, Scan Hunt, Par- limentarian; Jackie Conley, Treasurer, Duane Chapman and Angie Meadows, past officers. The Student Council spon- sored a back to school dance on YOU'LL SMILE AFTER YOUR FIRS1 RAINBOW RIDE September 10. Rob Jones was the disc jockey. A large number of 7-12 graders tumed out. to perform Shakespeare's The next event scheduled is the Homecoming. The Home- coming events will begin Octo- ber 10 and will end October 16 with the Homecoming Dance. The Lady Titans of Gilmer County won one and lost two in last week's action. On Tuesday, September 20, the Titans trav- eled to Spencer to upset the Yel- low Jackets 51-47. Top scorers for the Gilmer team were Mandy Nicholson with 12 and Brenda Cross with 12. On Thursday, September 22, the Titans lost to the Lady Reb- els of Ritchie County in front of a home crowd. The Lady Titans got off to a quick start by lead- ing the Rebels 6-0 before Ritchie scored on a foul shot. At the end of the first half, the Lady Titans held a 13 point lead. At the beginning of the second half of play, the Rebels made four quick baskets to bring them within five, 26-21. The Ti- tans had a difficult third quarter scoring only two foul shots until the last minute. Going into the final quarter, the Titans led by only one, 30-29. The Rebels took the lead 31-30 on two foul shots. Gilmer answered back with two points. The score was tied or the lead reversed several times in the final quarter. With one minute left, the score was 41-40 in Gilmer's fa- vor. Gilmer turned the ball over to the Rebels and a foul on Ra- chel Ramsey gave Ritchie the chance to take the lead 42-41. Another Gilmer foul gave the Lady Rebels a 44-41 lead. With 28 seconds on the clock, Gilmer's Ramsey sank a bucket to come within one, 44-43. Gilmer was forced to foul twice again, giving Ritchie the victory 48-43. Gilmer's top scorers were Rachel Ramsey 14, and Brenda Cross 12. The third game of the week was played at GCHS as the Ti- tans hosted AAA defending state champions, the Parkers- Night" [ State College's tions begin Olivia's house in- .-nt will present eludes some notable eccen- Twelfth Night tries-r--Sir Toby Belch, whose name describes his c, haraC r, : ir q following prices were paid Andrew Aguecheek, a notable at Weston Livestock Market coward and the perfect victim; Maria, Shakespeare's best fe- male sidekick; and MalvoUo, a man whose virtues allow very little room for human frailty-un- til his own frailty is pointed out. Special arrangements for school groups may be made by contacting Dennis Wemm at 462-7361, ext. 214. There will be an additional performance on Friday October 7, at 10 a.m. for middle and high school groups. for the weekly sale on September 20,1988. Stodt Steeft 225-290 lb=. $89-100;, 291-36O 11~. ~7-90;, 361.430 Ibs. .1m9-9@, 4:31-5001~ $71kr/.50; 501-5115 l~ $74- 81 ..f~, 555-700 lIB. 1611-74; =~1 ever $65-70 Stock ithdf~ 225-290 llm. 291-360 lira. 361.430111. 431-500 I~. 501-585 lt~ 585-?00 i~. I~0 and e~cer Sttqht~ Hafe~_ Steck BuU= 225-29O111. 291-360111 361 450 lira, ,, 431-500 lhz. 501-555111 5~-700 III s~==~ ~ :and 7 inth Col- Showtime is night. GSC stu- with ID while a Small admission fee adults and stu- Twelfth Night his most compact, asy to understand are easily from any gathering today: an old soldier too much, a young delights in practical of character who telling people when ...a line-up you ;ht at the height powers. beginning of the these everyday thrown together in create nothing but mistaken iden- of the best tricks jokes in all of follows the adven- twins, brother are shipwrecked Good= down ua75; $'76-$1; t'77-87; $75-77; $7O-73.5O;, I65-72; $47-55. $47-51. ~5-92; SS0-1tT; IS0-g4; ___~.__$75-$3.50; SII143; __~..___~158-64; 152-60.50. ~ Cafew ~1-1) $510-620. Slnllkter Ceuw Ud~y $40-45; Cannem & Omits $35.41. vut- I8.5-90:. .$75-I5; $68-75. LandN Bhu= $57; Bi=== _$67; .$58-67. I~l~ Calve= (BH $1"/-140. (cwt). _$2o-~. lemk= (cwt) $12-211. Iiqp 200-250 n. .$42-49; 30O-500 I~ ._$38.45. Ma, ~ $25-2~. PkP 0B~ _1~7-40. INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF EMPLOYMENT! ACQUIRE A TECHNICAL SKILL! up on the shores of girl arrives first, and alive, dresses as herself alive. come out, rises to favor in COurt. loves the Lady Ol- doesn't love him. employs the as a boy, to court the compliea- FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLEENROLL NOW T.R.A. Benefits Apply towards Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center classes "FOOD SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, "NURSE ASSISTANT, "MEDICAL ASSISTANT, "INDUSTRIAL SEWING, "MARKETING/DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION, "MACHINE TRADES/WELDING, "BUSINESS EDUCATION, "ELECTRICAL OCCUPATIONS CALHOUN-GILMER CAREER CENTER RT. 1 BOX 542-A, GRANTSVILLE, WV 26147 PHONE: 354-6151 llklce ltSl COLLINS Z SUR,mCE AGENCY bu ne In- cancer & Medi- Aeo & dim eell~ Tm & Amnt 216 E. Moin SL e.,it ll , lu Phone 41m. 161 tm'lUROAYS burg Big Reds on Saturday, Sep- tember 24. The local girls held their own with this top ranked team in the first half, scoringl6 to the Big Red's 22. However, in the second half, the fast pace gave the Parkersburg gals a 53- 32 victory over the Lady Titans. Game scoring honors went to Gilmer's Rachel Ramsey with 21 points for the night. The Gilmer County Mini-Ti- tans opened their football season against Spencer on September 14. The local team lost 24 to 12. Head coach Jeff Squires, and his Mini-Titan team are looking for a victory on September 29 at Clay County. The members of the Mini-Ti- tan football team are Jason Bar- ton, John Barton, Eddie Carder, Doug Heater, Joey Self, Chris Ball, Jeff Montgomery, Bobbie Pelfrey, Aaron Godfrey, Timmy Hayner, Wade Goodrich, Jason Pool, Julian Phares, Mike Towsend, William Ratliff, Jason Phares, Travis Wills, Tim Carder, Adam Minigh, and Gary Clevenger. The Mini-Titan cheering squad includes: Debbie Pritt, Tammy Stewart, Julie Norman, Stacey Starkey, Mary Jo McCullough, Chrissy McCull- ough, Anna Bush, Lurenda McClain, Cindy White, Tara Lawson, Carey Moore, Tonia Ferguson, Amanda Collins, Julie Fisher, Hilary Miller, Kelly McHenry, Kerry Pritt, and Dawn Harpold. The Glenville Democrat.Pathfinder 7 Monday, October 3: Hot dog w/chili, applesauce, baked beans, cookies and milk. Tuesday, October 4: Stuffed peppers w/tomato sauce, parsley boiled potatoes, cauli- flower, whole wheat bread, cherry cobbler and milk. Wednesday, October 5: Baked Italian lasagna, tossed salad w/dressing, Italian bread, pineapple chunks and milk. Thursday, October 6: Tur- key pot pie, coleslaw, orange juice, orange gelatin w/ man- darin oranges and milk. Friday, October 7: Beef liver w/onions and gravy, succo- tash, whipped potatoes w/gra.vy, whole wheat bread, apple cnsp w/whipped topping and milk. OCTOBER VAN ROUTES October 3-Long Shoal, Sand Fork, Route 5, Glenville Gar- dens, Cedarville. 4-Lockney, Stumptown, Let- ter Gap, Steer Run, Norman- town, River Street. 5-Cox's Mills, Tanner, Glen- ville Gardens, Linn, Troy, Bald- win. 6-Rosedale, Perkins, Nor- mantown, Letter Gap, Ellis, In- dian Fork, Sand Fork 7-Conings, Troy, Baldwin, Glenville Gardens, River Street, Linn The Spirit of invites you to an Sun., Oct. 2 from 2-5 p.m. Refreshments will be served! Drawings for Gift Certificates! 10% Discount on All New Merchandise Visa & Mastercard Accepted Candidates may have different philoso- phies but there's one thing they agree on: They want every voter to listen to what they have to say. And every voter should. Think about it. Candidates for public office are offering to dedicate a major part of their lives, their careers, to public service. That commitment deserves respect and support. What's more, the candidates are talking about something all people in West Virginia can agree on: a brighter future. This year, know your candidates and know where they stand on the issues that face West Virginia before you vote. MOVF OUR MOUNTAINS C&P Telephone A Con ny