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for Creek accident blamed by a Lewis him to run his the pavement iust Creek Bridge on October 7. His the cause of a the same area, accident report on file Sheriff's Office. [oseph Douglass. lost control of heavy fog at a,ra. Friday. His car heading in a according to the The front bumper apparently highway. passing motorists the car was creating Gilmer County at approximately 8 a.m. Sheriff Clark R. James arrived at the scene shortly afterward. According to the Sheriff's report. moments before he arrived, a 1975 Chevrolet. driven by Velma Jean Gregory of Cedarville, struck the Volkswagen. The Gregory vehicle was also traveling west. In a statement given to the Sheriff, Ms. Gregory stated that she met an oncoming vehicle in the fog and did not see the Volkswagen lodged by the roadway until it was too late to avoid hitting it. Damage to the Chevrolet was set at $265. The Volkswagen received only minor damage. It was towed into Glenvflle. No citations have been issued, but the Gilmer County SherifFs Depart- ment has the incident under investigation. scheduled at GSC Miss Davisson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ersel C. Davisson of Glenville. She graduated from Gilmer County High School in 1975 and is set to graduate from Glenville State in May. She has participated in marching and concert band, pep band, the majorette corps, touring and concert choir, recorder group, the Cultural Affairs Committee, is currently the Secretary-Treasurer of both choir and MENC, and is the Secretary of the West Virginia Student MENC. Miss Davisson will be performing works by Haydn and Bozza and will be accompanied by Miss Twyla Wallace, a piano Major from Lewisburg. This recital is being presented as partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Arts Degree for Music Majors. A reception will be held in the Ballroom following the recital and everyone is invited to attend. October 23. the age Music Depart- of its Seniors in in the College will be-Miss a flute Major. Dawn Davisson, a is the daughter of Randolph of graduated from with the class of in college, she has and concert and concert choir. Camerata Singers. Fellowship. and of Kappa Delta of the program, Miss perform works by Accompany- ack Manning, a piano public comment on roads Commissioner of coming year, and then open the Department of meeting to a general discussion on make a public highway problems within the Region. the quarterly meeting The meeting will be held in VII Planning and coniunction with the Region VII on Monday. re:ular business meeting and is open to the public. of the meeting is The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. the Commissioner will in the courtroom of the Upshur County the Department's Courthouse in Buckhannon. Interested program for the local citizens are invited to attend. ha6bi elecfed at School for the officers are: lody Rodnev Wade, Vice lush, Secretary: and Treasurer. the sixth grade are: r, President: Brian Florida Hinzman. in traffic 7:20 p.m., 13. Allen Rund- child of Mr. and of Glenville, was mishap on North (31enville. t Was investigated by Officer Charles elects officers Secreiayi a nd'Luann Byrd: Treasur: er. Seventh grade officers are: John Freshour. President: Luke Hinzman, Vice President: Ricky Pettit, Secretary: and MaTford Bush, Treasurer. The slate of eighth grade officers is as follows: Roer Mason, President: Don Woodford. Vice President: Richard Edman, Secretary: and Dee Dee Boone. Treasurer. mishap ' the side of a 1976 Mustang, driven by Christina D. Baum of 907D Walnut Street in Glenville. The child suffered multiple injuries to his right leg and was taken to the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital in Weston where he was reported in satisfactory condition. No charges were made in the incident. Presidents elected at GCHS GCHS CI,4SS PRESIDENTS--[left to right][ Sue Ann Reed, Jennifer Chisler, Sherri Gainer and Rhonda Parsons. [GCHS Photo] witnesses at the the boy ran into It seems that "women's lib" has made its way to Gilmer County High School, as all four classes chose girls for their Presidents. The young ladies are Jennifer Chisler. Sue Ann Reed, Rhonda Parsons and Sherri Gainer. Jennifer, Senior President, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Chisler of Glenville. She is a member of the Art Club, and of the NHS, and was Homecoming Queen for 1977. The Junior President is Sue Reed. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Reed of Stewart's Creek. Her Welty, Pierc y to speak in New Gilmer County Superintendent of Schools Ronald J. WelW and Gilmer County High School Principal William Piercy are scheduled to be in New York City, Tuesday, October 25, to speak at a public hearing concerning child nutrition programs. The Superintendent and Principal traveled to Charleston, Wednesday, October 12. to discuss plans for the trip with Faith Gravenmier, Director of Child Nutrition Programs for the West Virginia Department of Education. The hearing is being held by the United States Department of Agricul- ture's Child Nutrition Program on October 25 and 26. The purpose of the hearir(g is to seek comment directly from prople ,who are concerned with child nutrition programs, according to Assistant Agriculture Secretary Carol Tucker Foreman. "We want to know how well our programs are serving people and bow they can be improved," Ms. Foreman siid.'"Wd*d "gng ' ]iten"and learn." The hearing will be held from 9 a.m, to 5 p.m. at the Federal Building and Customs Courthouse, 26 Federal Plaza in Manhattan. It is to be the first of eight such forums to be held throughout the country. GCHS NEWS BRIEFS Recent withdrawals are David Taylor, Verna Goodrich and Wanda McCord...While working in Vo-Ag class last week, Howard Jones cut his thumb severely requiring immediate attention. He was taken to Calhoun General Hospital...Sandy and Donna Leavitt have returned to GCHS from Calhoun County High School...Darene Marks has transferred to Calhoun... Jerry Duelly has infection of the knee following injury in the Doddridge football game...Donnie Smith is recovering from injuries suffered in a traffic accident. CLUB Pay 49 Weeks - CLUB PAYMENT :ER 12th activities include GAA and girls varsity basketball. Rhonda Parsons, Sophomore President, is the daughter of Mrs. Beulah Parsons of Normantown. Rhonda plays on the girls junior varsity basketball team and is a member of GAA, The Freshman Class chose Sherri Gainer as their President. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gainer of Glanville and is a freshman cheerleader. Checks Mailed November 1, 1978 OUR CHRIsTMAS CLUB IS OPEN NOW York Superintendent Welty is schedul- to speak at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday. His subject will be "The National School Lunch Program as it Relates to Rural America." Mr. Piercy will follow Welty at 2:30, with a discussion of "Student Attitude and Participation in the School Lunch Program." Welty noted that Ms. Gravenmier is scheduled to attend the hearing. Others attending from the state will be Anita Ellis, Assistant Director of Nutrition Education and Training for the West Virginia Department of Education, and Leila Page Cook of Vandevener Junior High School in Parkersburg. UNION BANK ___,..-...o. ,WV ,.S, October 20, 1977 III IIII The C, lenville Democrat/ Pathfinder 11 III I II III County Court News Ill I I DEEDS RECORDED Charles B, and Beulah L. Gilbert to Charles B. Gilbert, Jr., a lot and building lying and being situate in Northview Addition to the City of GlenviUe. Helmut and Emilie Iedamski to Carl and Lizzie Gay Hacker. 5.45 acre on the waters of Panther's Run of Sinking Creek. First Federal SAvins & Logan Association, a Corporation, to Robert Lee and Betty Lou Rader, two lots together with residence located thereon, situate in the CAmden Flats Addition Number 3 to the Town of Glenville. Frank Moore to Virginia Ratliff, 1.25 acres situate on State Route 13 in the Town of Layopolis. Lester Davis to Rondel l(nislev, three lots with appurtenances, situate in the Camden Flats Addition to the City of Glenville. Floda Davis to Woodford D. And Betty J. Reed, 22 acres on the waters of Stewart's Creek. Sanford F, and Lucy Wiseman, Core and Gamey B. Teter, Dollie aed Robert Lamb, Zenith H. and Alice Wiseman, Lucy Wiseman, Kenneth and Verna Mae Wiseman. Btmnie Casey, Bertha Wiseman. and Loi Virginia and Ervin Dane Butcher to William F. and Iris Runge, two tracts of land lying on Laurel Run of rink Creek and two parcels in Lewis County. Robert and Erma Bevies to James R. and Betty B, Fisher, two parcels lying and being situate in Elmwood Addition to the City of Glenville, Edna A. Wright to Gravely and Effie Spence, a lot located in what is known as Whiting Addition to the City of Glenville. Randall and Anna Ruth Clemens to Goldie E. Hayes, four acres situate on the waters of Lynch Run. a tributary of the Little Kanawha River. MARRIAGE RECORDS John Davis Harris, 28, of Greenbelt, Maryland to Kathy Mac Southern, 25, of Glenville. Married October 8 by Rev. Robert B. Miller Ill at Good Hope. Ill Ill Ill Willard Lee Moss, 19, of Glenville to Nellie Jean Tones, 17, of Glenville, Married September 29 by Ray. Everett ]. Mill. at Glenville, Philip David Skidmore, 18. of Cedarville to Paula Gall Stalnaker, 18, of Normantown. Married September 30 by Rev, Homer Dale Hacker at Cedarville. FIDUCIARY REPORT September 26. Charles Boggs qualified as adminisfrator of the estate of Vonnie B. Boggs, EARLY DISMISSAL Gilmer County schools remind parents and others that schools dismiss at 2 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month except December this school year. In Dcember, the schools will dismiss at 2 p.m. on the fourth ThursdAy. OVERNIGHT VISrrORS The Legal Aid Society of Charleston says that there is no state law requiring a tenant to report to his landlord any overnight visitors he may be having. :HARRISVILLE FOR YOUR[ I NEW OR USED CAR [ I I I I I On something M important  J i purchasing a new or used vehicle, it [ I just makes good sense to sea the i I dealer who sells in volqme, and by | I being in a rural area can sell for less. I [ We have a group of employees I I who try vary hard to keep you happy I ] with your vehicle. I i I I I ROBINSON , I CHEVY- OLDS JEEP | I :1609 East Main St. Harrlsvflle, WV I I I We're not very far from where you j I are! 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