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November 3, 1977

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continues on water lines November 3, 1977 The Glenvflle Democrat/ Pathfinder ll Fire Department collections noted ON WATER LINE-- works on a new ltae for the boiler at High School. continued to go about lines leading from at Gilmer County High adjacent buildings last was started after the difficultv in IWmnasium heated. There heat shortage in the of the school building. Sdents and teachers. to Gilmer Countv of Schools-Ronald 1. had simply deterio- that they were not able to furnish heat to the buildings at the school. "We eliminated all the switches to the heating system which had been exposed last year." Weltv pointed out. "We also cleaned all blowers last year." He said that at first workers believed it would be necessary to place a "booster" station in the line in order to heat the gymnasium properly. He added, however, that they have decided the correction of the problem with the lines may relieve the necessity of making such an addition. The Superintendent said that Central General Construction from Vienna sent a cement cutter to the scene to take care of ripping out sidewalks that covered the lines, and they also provided a iackhammer. Tom Campbell did backhoe work and Gilmer County Maintenance workers have been doing additional work. Weltv said. "We hope to have the situation corrected as quickly as possible. We want to be sure adequate heat is supplied to all areas of the school." The October 18 Gilmer County Girls basketball game with Porkers- burg Catholic Was moved to Glenville State College&apos;s vmnasium because of the heating problem at the high school. and the October 24 contest with Wirt was moved to Elizabeth because of lack of heat. County Court News IIIII DEEDS RECORDED William L. and lulia Delores Farnsworth to Robert I. and Nadine Simons and Warren E. Golf. III lO1 acres lying and being situate on the waters of Fink Creek. Deward and Barbara E. McHenry to Walter. Ir. and Murbi, Pearl Donaldson, .895 acres situate in the village of Ellis. lames R. and Sharon L. Allman to Thomas I. and John L. Wellings, 14.2 acres situate on the waters of Cove Creek of Leading Creek. Minnie Nicholas to Hazel Miller. .55 acres situate on the waters of Schoolhouse Fork of Tanners Fork. B.R. Van Horn to George P. and Betty L. Ellyson, a parcel of land lying and being situate on the waters of Stewart's Creek and the Little Kanawha River. one mile east of the City of Glenville on State Route 5-2. Anne Thompson, Arlene Posey and Harry Thompson to Charles L. and Ida L. Marks. a parcel of real estate together with buildings, lying and being situate in the City of Glenville, Billy M. and Georgia I. Townsend to Harry A. Weishaar, lr. and Thomas Wilger Ballantine, 95 acres lying and I MARRIAGE RECORDS Thomas Fred Chechile, 26, of Cox's Mills to Carol Jean Porter, 26, of Cox's Mills. Married October 21 by Ray. Everett Mills at Glenville. Lester Kenneth Collins, 70. of Glenville to Hazel Rella Moody. 66, of Linn. Married October 22 by Ray. Everett Mills at Glenville. Garland Sewelle Roberts, 21. of Stumptown to Pamela Brook Walker. 23. of Normantown. Married October 16 by Rev. Rite Emerson at Normantown. FIDUCIARY REPORT October 25. Mary Ann Davis qualified as administratrix with the will annexed of Opal Langford, deceased. October 26. Glenn E. Garrett qualified as administrator of the estate of Robert Hitt. deceased. October 18. Beryl Talbott quali- fied as executrix of the will of Brooks S. Talbott. deceased. Experimental lunch project underway being situate on Little Cove Creek. An experimental project has gets two new snow plows GCHS to hae begun in the Gilmer County Board of Education's lunch program. i: ........ <7!  ii!ii!il ii!ii ;..Governor John D. Rockefeller, IV [left] is shown Smith, Director of the State Department of Highways' Equipment Division, as they inspect new trucks with snow Ruckhannon. [Photo by Bill Kelly] 150 Chevrolet C 65 trucks equipped with and plows arrived last week, according Department of Iohn Moss. John D. Rockefeller IV earlier this month new trucks which were Wing the past week to all the upcoming winter. trucks use complex operation and are Combat extreme winters one experienced during of the fleet is $1.5 is the Central and serves as the for new Depart- ys equipment. Rockes during the inspection Director of the Office Equipment Moss said two plows were taken in exchange for the end plows. : E. MILLER ILL Miller dropped us a to say that her husband and would be glad to in Gilmer County. reside at 1109 Ohio Florida. The zip the words in your rate is only 4 cents a a $1.00 minimum wiek. P]euse pay in aad t Center Steam or o Carpet '. C,tizens 269-1233 v Christmas Auction The Gilmer County High School Student Council and the Senior Class have arranged ioint-sponsorship of a Christmas Auction to be held Thursday, November 3, in the GCHS Gymnasium beginning at 6:30 p.m. New items to be sold will include living room and bedroom furniture, lamps. Christmas toys, tools of all kinds, kitchen utensils, work gloves, glassware, radios, clocks, stereos, silverware, Citizen's Band radios, television sets. bed clothing, planters, ceramic ware and refrigerators. Antique items include tables. chairs, toys and "much, much more", according to the leaflets regarding the event. There will be a grab bag drawing and doer prizes. Everyone is welcome. Call 462-7309 to place YOUR ad! On Monday. October 31, Sandy Cunningham. a regular employe in the Central Kitchen at Gilmer County High School, traveled to Normantown Elementary School to work for the day. while Pearl Gastor. regularly a cook at Normantown, spent the day in the Central Kitchen. The proiect is designed to give employes in the lunch program at Normantown Elementary an oppor- tunity to learn how the Central Kitchen. which furnishes food for Tanner, Troy and Glenville Elemen- taries in addition to the high school, operates. According to a Board spokesman, cooks from Normantown will alternate with their counterparts from the Central Kitchen until all have spent a day at the high school. If the project works, it may be extended to Sand Fork Elementary's lunch employes, the spokesman said. SALE PATTERNS ...................... 50 Cents Each BUTTONS  ZIPPERS ................... 25% Off ALL OTHER SEWING NOTIONS ............... 50% Off LADIES PANTSUITS ............. Half Sizes $16.95 - $11.95 Whole Sizes $15.95 - $10.95 LADIES BLAZERS ................... $12.95- $10.95 COTTON DRESSES ..................... Price SPECIAL SAT. NOV. 5 One Rack of Clothinq ................ $2.98each MEN'S CASUAL PANTS ................. $4.98 each MEN'S "PIES ....................... $2.00 each MEN'S TENNIS SHOES (One Lot) ............. 3.99 each Davis Clothing GLENVILLE, WV Nov. 2 thru Nov. 12 All SMes Final LEMON BROTHERS INC. Grantsville, WV Your Chevrolet Dealer Serving Grantsville and Glenville Thinking of buying a new Chevrolet or a good used car or truck? COME IN TODAY WE APPREIME YOUR BU$1NE$$ See what's new today in a Chevrolet % INSTALLING RADIO-Bill Bevan of Htbbs Radio Communications .:i::i installs radios in one of the Gilmer County Volunteer Fire : Department trucks. The Department is getting a new radio system for all Its operations. [Democrat Photo] Gilmer County Volunteer Fire Department Chief, Gerald Davis reported that as of Friday. October 28. the Department has collected $5,175.27 in its current fund drive. The local fire fighters conducted a door-to-door convass throughout the county earlier this month. Business- men have also been contacted. Chief Davis reports money is still being received from individuals who were not at home when the original canvass was conducted. Also. some businesses are still expected to make contributions. Davis had said that the Gilmer County Volunteer Fire Department needed to raise between $5.000 and $6,000 in order to operate during the coming year. The group receives some assistance from the Gilmer County Commission, but has to rely mainly on voluntary contributions. Anyone who would like to donate to the group may still do so by sending a check to: Cilmer County Volunteer Fire Department. Post Office Box 225, Glenville 26351. II I GOING OUT OF BUSINESS" SALE AT "Sandy and Rose's Fabric Shoppe" EVERYTHING MUST GO, INCLUDING SHOP EQUIPMENT: Scales, adding machine, sales counter, table, etc. SALE STARTS MON. NOV. 7th Hours 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 3 miles below Glenville on Grastsville Rd. I I v tVlmute. ........ Now 18'; takes you as far as 43C used to. Now you can call anywhere in West Virginia, and the first minute will cost you only 1.8,, or less, when you dial direct. That s almost a 60% reduction from the old one-minute night rate of 43. Additional minutes cost even less than 18. Just dial direct after llp.m, daily, any time Saturday, or until 5 p.m. Sunday. With these rates, all long distance calls in West Virginia are low in cost. But to really save, place your calls during the night and weekend discount hours. So cut out and save this new rate chart. Put it near the phone. It will remind you to take a minute, and make a Mountaineer smile. After all, it's only 18. Or less. Use the Mountaineer Minute. It's only 18C, or less Ilmmmmmm | m mm mm mm m mm mm mm mm m mm mm mm mm m m mm m m m m m m mmmlm II ................................................................ IN m ONE-MINUTE INTRASTATE RATES FOR WEST VIRGINIA m m D ............... m m D r ectdiakxl Operator-handled m i station-to+station: i Rates are determined by the number of miles your long distance call after I 1 p.m. daily. travels. Here are some examples: all day Saturday. " lull rates apply " " at all limes " m F  o,::. T,,,<\