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o.,, IO;TA 4-89 52540 Q IssN (0746-s 0) Glenville, Gilmer County, West Virginia 26351 Published By and For Gilmer County People 84, Number 46 Single Copy Price-35 cef 33 (:trots plus tax) Thursday, November 3, 1988 like to loom how to waltz, cho cha, jitter-bug, fox The Glenvlite State College Office of Coo- hos the ~ for you. Ballroom Doncing will on Thursdoy evenings, November 3 throogh De- 15 from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. in the Bollro~'a'n of the Pioneer Yoog~, formerly with Frances Noster ,, vAli be the instructor. Enrollment is limited so 462-7361, e,-t. 173 to reserve your spot, be held Tuesdoy, November 8 from 2:00 at Glenvllle State College in the Pioneer Center Portraits will be taken by professional photographer The session is open to the public. Settings can ;, children, couples or groups. A variety of pockoges are availdlole. No appointment notes- additional information call Dr. Disko at 462-7361, ext. odmlnistered at 6.430 p.m. at the Glenville Testing Center on November 14 and 21, 1988. and 4 will be given on the 14th and Tests 3 ar'~ 5 wil on the 2 Ist. Candidates must preregister by calling 118 or 120 no lato~ thon 4:00 p.m. on November Resourc Crofts l sources hos lots of crafts for sole. Anyone dsh- their crafts in to sell on consignment can do so will accept only hond mode crofts, (no kits Bring your items to I North Court Street. School Cornlvol ElerT~ItcW All hold Its school comlval on Thursdoy, I0 Ioog at p.m. dth sen4ng of food. of the cornival klng and queen will be held at begin hmrne ateq fotlow ng the According to Lane Smith, Circuit Clerk, the court docket for the November term has been announced. On November 7, 1988 the docket begins with a juvenile case slated for 9:00 a.m. At 10:30, Tri-State Oil Tool Indus- tries, Inc., represented by G. Patrick Stanton, Jr., has filed a motion for default against Fox Drilling Company Inc., repre- sented by David R. Janes. At 10:45 Hardman Supply Company, represented by Anita Harold Ashley Vs. Wilson Rug Cleaners, et al, represented by Timothy B. Butcher, will go to pre-trial. A status conference will be held at 11:00 in the case of Smith Land Surveying, repre- sented by Gregory C. Smith Vs. Alpheus Nester, Jr., represented by Victor Hamilton. Another pre-trial will be heard at 11:15 in the case of Colleen Bagnell, represented by Bemard R. Mauser and George Fordham Vs. William Nelson, et al Vs. B. F. Goodrich, et al, status conference. A Clay County change of venue case is scheduled for 11:00, State of West Virginia, represented by Richard Face- mire and James Wilson Douglas Vs. Jay Reed Carper, repre- sented by Ernest V. Morton, Jr. and John Carrico, a motion will be entered. The November 14 docket has eleven cases scheduled for 9:00 a.m., in all cases the State of West Virginia is represented by Prosecuting Attorney, J. W. Per- rill. State of West Virginia Vs. James Howard King, warrant; State of West Virginia Vs. Dean Hinchee, warrant; State of West Virginia Vs. Tommy Lilly, war- rant; State of West Virginia Vs. David Marks, warrant; State of West Virginia Vs. Scott WiUitt, represented by Butcher and Butcher, trial; State of West Vir- ginia Vs. Johnnie Moore, repre- sented by J. Thomas Greene, Jr., trial; State of West Virginia Vs. al, represented by W. T. Weber, Johnnie Moore, trial; State of West Virginia Vs. Richard Rose, Jr'Motions to be heard at 1:00 represented by James T. Kra- include Carl W. Smithson, d/b/a/ tovil, trial; State of West Vir- Smithson Brothers Well Service ginia Vs. Ernest Tingler, repre- Company, represented by Tho-sented by Paul H. Woodford II, mas C. Cady, Vs. U. S. Fidelity trial; State of West Virginia Vs. and Guaranty Co., and Basil Earl Ray Pritt, J, represented Thumm, represented by John E: by J. Thomas Greene, Jr., trial; p.m. Food ttoer pizza, hot aoos. Bmmh. ........ " and State of West ,Virginia. Vs. ,.c ios. ft lge, soft ddnks and coffee. Gomes wtll in- On November 9, the Grand Benjamin D. Morris, repre- omgo, coin toss, dart throw, face pointing, fish and I:X~'~ls. bowling, forhJne telling, footboll ond soflt li Jury will hear the following sented by Paul H. Woodford II, Cake walks, hoyrides, country-store, book fair and cases: Chad Lyon Greenlief, et trial. is Invited to join the fun. ' Church Revival will be held at the Odondo Bopfist Church storting 13 at 7:00 p.m. eoch night. Special singers eoch the West Buckhonnon Gosoel Singers, the Rldge Singers, Knight, the Carl Young Trio, the al, represented by James C. West, Jr. Vs. Donal Grogg, rep- resented by C. David Morrison and Joseph R. Ferretti. This is a pre-trial scheduled for 10:00 aom. Tanner Citizens Group, repre- No court will be held the week of November 21. When court reconvenes No- vember 28, four civil cases are scheduled to go to trial at 9:00 a.m. Chad Lynn Greenlief, et al, and others. Everyone Is welcome. Marvin Church Revlval Church of Glenvllle will be hovlng fal revival on October 30 through Noverr>er 4. Speakers In- Dav'