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8 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder October 90. 1977 Petit Jury selc:cte, J for county The following individuals were selected by Gilmer County Jury Commissioners William C. Summers and Floyd D. Rogers to serve as Petit lurers for the November term of Circuit Court: Goldie Bailey. Russell Beall. Elizabeth S. Beeghley. Leonard N. Bennett. Leota L. Blake. Bruce H. Roes. Cnncetta M. Boggs. I,inda Gaff Carney. Everett geese Cooper. Connie D. Cunningham. Charles Wesley Dobbins. Bonnie M. Drake, Wandalene I, Drake. ludith F. Duelley. George P. Ellyson. Bernice I. Farnsworth, Delma A. Ford. James Clayton Furr. Earl Guy Gordon. Kenny O, Grogg.. Pauline Harris. Karen lane Hart. KenReth Michael Jones. Kevin V. Jones. Opal J. Kirchberg. Bernard D. Kuhl. Harold R. Lowther, Vicki L. Mathess. Susan James McCartney, Vicki Lynn Mc- Henry. George Ed Melton, Jr., David M. Miller. Hallie Mae Minney, Floyd Moss. Mary L. Moyers. Vernita Moyers, John J. Peele, Claude R. Pritt, Billy Radabaugh. Waitman M. Sandy, Charles D. Self. Audrey Ruth Stalnaker. Nora Stoneking. Mary E. Stout. Woodrow P. Sullivan. Donaldine Vanhorn. David Leonard White, Rema Wilfong. Thurl Wilt and Charlotte S. Woodyard. The Petit Jury convenes November 14. Accident near Rosedale investigated An accident occurred on Secon- dary 23 near Rosedale on Saturday. October 1. at 3:15 p.m.. according to a report on file in the offices of the Cilmar County Detachment of West Virginia State Police. Trooper First Class Kenneth Smith investigated the incident, which involved a 1967 Volkswagen. driven bv RussallW. Barton. 18. of Rosedale. and a 1077 Chevrolet pickup, driven by Arlio I.. Bragg. g7. also of Rosedale. According to the accident report. the vehicles iflvolved were backing I Wilson " Rug Cleaners and Carpet Center Deep Steam or Shampoo Carpet aeaning. Also htmiture d=n]l. Leer  selection carpet 15 and 12 foot widths, end vinyl floor covering. 4% off for Senior Citizens Every Wednesday Call for free estimates cohct 269.1233 Weetm, West Virginia II from driveways on opposite sides of the road when they struck each other. There were no injuries. No citation was issued. GCHS CLASS TO SIW CANDLES The Junior Class at Gilmer County High School is beginning their campaign to raise money for the Junior-Senior Prom. They met Wednesday, September 28, and decided to sell Christmas candles. These candles are being sold for $3.50 plus tax. They also are selling school sweaters with "Gilmer County Titans" monogrammed on them. The price of these sweaters will be $8. Please have your classified ads paid by Monday at 5 p.m. so that they can appear promptly. National Honor Society Mrs. l.ucille Butler. National Honor Society Advisor at Gilmer County High School. has announced that new members will be taken into the society at the end of the first grading period. To be eligible to become a member, a student must possess the quality of scholarship, be of service to school and community, show leader- ship in the classroom and in school activities, and have ood character, consisting of honesty, morality, and poise. Fire destroys building A fire discovered by a person driving on U.S. 33-119 at approximately 3:30 a.m.. Saturday. October 8, completely destroyed a building near Baldwin, The unoccupied building, owned by Wands V, Dilley, who lives in Ohio, was completely ablaze when the Gilmer County Volunteer Fire Depart- ment arrived, according to Fire Chief Gerald Davis. A heavy rain. along with hosing bv the Fire Department. kept the blaze from spreading to nearby buildings and woods. Davis said. The building most recently was used as a tavern. Preyiously it had been a second-hand store, restaurant, service station, and general store. It is located in the curve near the home of Beryl Langford. Davis said cause of the fire was difficult to determine. He said that Mrs. Dilley told him there was no electricity turned on at the building. While natural gas was on. it could not ALL NEW 50,000 WATTS WCAW.o,o 680 ON YOUR DIAL flip it." Hip, there's the nu you're looking for. Hip, there's another number. Fast? Fast doesn't do it justice. \\; Your phone book is the fastest way we know to find a number. Practically any number. After all, what's faster than a flip? From now on, when you need to find a number, find it fast. Whadda ya say, folks-- let's flip for jL Look it up yourself. Ifs faster. C&P lblephone to induct members All those students in the Junior and Senior classes who have an overall scholastic average of 3.2 or above at the end of the first rading period are listed and are voted on by faculty members. Fifteen percent of the Senior Class and ten percent of the hinter Class may become members. The present members are: Keith Morrow [president), Jennifer Chisler [vice-president). Rolanna Coberlv {secretary). Lori Furr [treasurer), Fran Davis. Mark Gainer. Heather Hickman, Robert Grevnolds. Mike Minnev and Willard Wright. near Baldwin Mrs. Basham grows four-foot be determined that it had caused the blaze. The fire crew battled the fire until approximately 6 a.m. when it was extinguished. Cause of the blaze is still under investigation at press time. Grand Jurors chosen for November The following is a list of sixteen Grand Jurors and six alternates who were drawn by Jury Commissioners William C. Summers and Floyd D. Rogers to serve during the November term of Court in Gilmer County. JURORS. James T. Barr, Reva Pearl Bennett. Victor T. Berry. Emma Lucille Collins. Eva Louise Collins. Robert Gerald Collins, Anna Resales Davis. Larry I. Frashure. Betty Lou Heckert, James B. Jordan. lanice V. Miller. Bailey W. Movers, Sondra K. Price. Robert Lee Reed, Mariorie F. Savre and Edgar L. Simmons. ALTERNATES. Faye Chambers, Karl F. Danley, Edward D. McElwee. l,rlene Minney. Lace Rowh and Freda |. Wright. he Grand Jury will convene on November 7. SBA will conduct seminar in Clarksburg Mrs. Madeline G. Phillips. Manager of the Clarksburg Area Chamber of Commerce. and Marvin P. Shelton, Acting District Director for the Small Business Administration in West Virginia, announced today the presentation of a seminar designed specifically for WOMEN IN BUSINESS. The seminar will be held in the Ambassador I Room at the Sheraton Inn in Clarksburg. from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday. October 27. " ' This seminar is a part of the Small Business Administration's effort to encourage women in business. Topics to be discussed are: Personal Qualifications: Financing a Business: Sources of Capital: Forms of Business Organization; Marketing/Advertising: Business Records: Local Business Conditions: Regulations. Taxes. Insur- ance; and Consumer/Business Rela- tions. A registration fee will be charged. ![ FOUR-FOOT BEAN-Mrs. Jo Ann Bsshsm Is beans and double gourds she grew in her garden. Mrs. lo Ann Basham of Sinking Creek dropped bv the office last week to inform the editor that she had a four-foot bean in her car which was parked across the street. The editor, always interested in "garden oddities" grabbed his camera and walked across Main Street to see Mrs. Basham's bean. Reaching into the front seat of her car, Mrs. Basham brought out not only one. but two. of the beans. They were not the traditional "bean" grown on vines in Gilmer County. These were a yellow-colored vegetable resembling a squash of some type. Mrs. Basham prizes were seeds, she said. in Ohio. She said crew. One of th enormous four.foot The Sinking produced two sets They were together. One set WaS Mrs. Basham and thel to get all of the car. Mrs. 1 pumpkin this year inches in diameter. Wyatt, Boone in Charleston Because you pay when you place your classified ads, the price is kept at a bargain rate. The minimum charge is nnly $1.00 per week. F DAVIS CLOTHING ...... :I Come in and check our vaJues | WV 462 7328 mL [.206 East Main Glenville, - Two of Glenviile's tog cry offtciel visited the Chrleston headquarters of the Criminal Justice and Highway Safety Division {CJHSD) Monday. October 4. to discuss equipment needs for the city's Police Department. Glenville Mayor Robert J. Wyatt and Police Chief Dean Boone met at length with E,E. Flanagan Jr. and Harry E. Hull of the CJHSD. Chief items of discussion were a blood alcohol device (breathalyzer) and assorted equipment for the city's police cruiser. They also discussed possibilities of training Glenville officers at the State Police Academy at Institute, . Wya, Ray N. loans. and were assured on behalf of Gh every considers The Criminal Safety Division is Governor's Office Community Sutton Route 5 Trooper W.P. Cmmtv Detachment State Police. accident Thursday. 11:35 p.m. on Otterbetn Church. The accident Chevrolet. driven 37. of Glenville. and driven by Bnrnsville. plilllll l.nsh was i I ,-, I 9 to 5 p.m. I vehicle, with I T'C I STORE HOURS Mon.,Tues.,Thur.,Frl. _ Accordintntha I [ k_Ik.,OL [ 9tol p.m. 1 by Trooper Sutton. | ...... Wed, Sat. | curve at the ( apparently lot car n . m and sideswiped D l,nsh was chn .I Come nn and pnck up your II | | ] * Christmas Ctlogs l ADDrl'ION00"I In the October paper, we inad I I mention that Keith Phone 462-7374 calf and DeI . [  I Authorized fancies at the I >ears I CATALOG SALES MERCHANT end Futu. Roundup at jacksOti U L I OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL --.__ _ mnmmmnmmmmm Rt. 33 & 119 - 4 miles west of Weston A complete selection of Quality Built Homes 12 WIDES - 14 WIDES - DOUBLE WIDES 't AND MODULAR ON DISPLAY EACH FULLY DISPLAYED AND LIGHTED Phone 269-1510 -- Open Friday til 8 p.m. Member of W.Va. 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