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LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES Grand Jury indictments The Gilmer County Grand Jury returned the following indictments during the November term of circuit court. Billie Lynn Grogg: felonious assault-continued until next term of court, under $1,000 bond. Steve Allen Tooker: felonious assault-continued until next term of court, under $1,000 bond. Velda Louise Wade: felonious assault-continued unitl next term of court, under $1,000 bond. Haymon Cottrilh possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver-presently in the Gilmer County Jail, bond set at $2,000; set for trial this term of court. Steve Allen Tooker: unlawful carrying of a dangerous weapon without a license-continued until next term of court, under $1,000 bond. Billia Lynn Grogg: injury and damaging of personal property- continued until next term of court. under $1.000 bond. Donna Grogg: injury and damag- ing of personal property-continued until next term of court, under $500 bond. Connie Tooker: injury and damaging of personal property- continued until next term of court, to appear for arraigment in January due to illness. Thomas Dale Rockhold: Knowingly and intentionally and unlawfully possessing acontrolled substance-plod guilW to possession of less than 15 grams of a controlled substance. The courth gave him the mandatory 2 years probation. James G. Tyree: Knowingly and intentionally and unlawfully possess- ing a controlled substance-continued until next term of court, under $500 bond. School-age parents can receive help November has been proclaimed "West Virginia School-Age Parent Month" by Governor Arch A.Moore, Jr. In designating school-age parent month, the Governor noted that the number of children born to young parents has increased both nationally and in the state. In West .Virginia, approximately 25% of all children born in 1975 were to parents between the ages of 10 and 19. InGilmer County. the figure was 23%. Parenthood at such a young age poses several risks. Medically, both mother and infant are more likely to have complications if the mother is a teen-ager. Socially the pressures of coping with pregnancy and parent- hood often make it difficult for the adolescent to continue in school. Those young mothers- and fathers - who drop out find it difficult to earn enough money to support a family. Saddest of all, the birth rate is increasing among 10 to 14 years-olds, where the risks are highest. The Interagency Council for Child Development Services has launched a public education campaign for November to heighten the general public's awareness of the special needs of the school-age parents. Seven Regional Action Groups have been formed throughout the state to work on behalf of School-Age Parents. Gilmer County is in Region IV. which also includes Braxton. Calhoun, Clay, Nicholas. Pocahontas and Webster. The Region IV Group holds quarterly meetings in Summersville. Anyone desiring information about this group should contact the Re,ion IV Director. 872-4105. In addition to the Regional Groups, Interagency Council operates a special project for adolescent parents in Region IV. This proiect, although funded by the Department of Welfare, is open to any parent or expectant parent, male or female, married or single, under the age of 21, regardless of income. Services available include education {parental care, labor and delivery, infant care, nutrition, ate.J, counseling any topic} and obtaining aid from other agencies. The office for the Adolescent parent Program in Cilmer Cuunl\\; ; at 100 Mill Street, Grant,villa. tciptione 354-6155. Spacious living in this modern 4 bedroom home, living room, formal dining room, 3 baths, 2 wood burning fireplaces, family room, recreation room , beautiful modern kitchen, 2 stall garage, central air, level 2.84 acre lot with lots of privacy on Kanawh8 River, suirounded by selected trees and shrubbery. Price $74,900. NEW LISTING - 2 bedroom home in Glenville. Price $19500. LETT]m GAP. 19.5 acres potential commerical site, front Rt. 33 and 119. Call for details. Rt. 47-44 acres, old hour, near Cox'e Mills. Price $16,900. STEWARTS CREEK - 19 acres, hilltop view, beautiful building site. Price $10,000. JOBS RUN - 84 acres, timber, hunting, acceesible. Price $11,900. HOUSK TRAILEit - older trailer with 2BR, beth, living room. Price $1,900. CALHOUN COUNTY - 5 acres, camp site, road frontap. Price $2,000. ::::..:::::::.:::::::!::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.. Deeds Recorded J.W. McLaughlin grants to Glenn O. Lockhart oil and gas interests on two tracts of lndand .6 interest in 12.6 acres on C0ve:reek and Leading Creek in Troy district: oil and gas interests on three tracts of land on Bloody Run, Troy district: interest in oil and gas on one tract on Steer Run; coal interest on 100 acres on Cub Fork o4 Crooked Fork in Center District. Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Matheny and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flasher grant to Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Carroll 30.35 acres, seven acres and 62.25 acres on Little Cove Creek, Troy district. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Bush and G. V. Bush grant to Mr. and Mrs. Orval Robinson a lot in Tanner. Mr. and Mrs. Billy B. Burke and others grant to William White and Denver Nelson three tracts of land in the Bailey Addition to Northview in the Town of Glenville. Edward Kroll and Kathleen Kroil grant to Charles Irvin Brown two acres in Glenville district and five acres on Stewarts Creek, Glenville district. Lillian H. Rohrbough grants to I.L. Morris and E.L. Arbuckle her interest in 83 tracts of land in Gilmer County. Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Taggart grant to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sprouse two tracts of land containing 13V2 acres and 2 acres on the left Hand Fork of Steer Creek, Center district. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stewart grant to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl Perrin one acre on Joe's Run of Sand Fork. Glenville district Gary Burton and Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Burton grant to Mr, and Mrs. W.A. Burton 71.8 acres on Big Cove Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Greenlief grant to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenlief V, acre on Upper Big R: Troy district. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGaughon of Virginia Beach, Vs. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Messenger of Linn. Mrs. McGlaughon is the former Sandra Carr, niece of Mrs. Messenger. She made her home with the Messengers as a child for six years. CROOKED FORK - 3V4 acres, buildi gila, electricity available. Price $1,900. KANAWHA DRIVE - auflfoliy dtlned and decorated 4 BR home, many extras. Price $74.900. l'r. s. oae story, $IR home, extra b'4 let. Price $17,500. 132 ACRES - Remodeled home, timber. Price $40,000.00 415 KANAWHA ST. - Modern 3 BR home, corner lot. Price $34.500.00. 50 ACillRS - Remodeled 9 room hmne, FR GAS. Price S46.500.00 314 N. LEWIS ST.- 6 rooms, :l lots. Price S12,500.00 100 ACRES - Calhoun Co. ridge land. FRn GAS. Price $24,000.00 30 ACRES - Timber. hunting, bulldJn8 site. Price S6,000.00 08 ACR] - 4 BR home, level meadow. Price 933,500.00 97 ACRES -  GAS, Buildin 8 site. Timber. Price $27,900.00 GRASS RUN - One-hslf acre bding lot. Price $2,675.08 GRASS RUN - 1( acres super building Jot. Price es,000.00 CEDAR CREEK - 3 BR mobile home, garage, call for details. 407 DOLUVER ST. - 5 BR home ,,ice lot. Price $19,200.00 104V ACRES - Timber and auntin8. Priced right at $12,800.00 71 ACRES - House. 8oed huntfnS area. Price $12.080.00 We need listings, call McPherson Real Estate at 462-8819 or 462-8664. McPHERSON REAL ESTATE 973 Mineral ld. Glenvllle, VV 26351 MARY LEE MCPHERSON, AGENT - Ph. 462411119 L. FrrzwATER, AGENT - 462-7136 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Arbuckle and Opal Fogleson grant to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fogleson .95 acre on Sycamore Run, Glenville district. Marriages William James Dwyer, 28, Glenville and Marsha Leanne McHugh, 27, of Cox's Mills. Arthur Earl Admire, Jr., 21, of Linn and Hazel Ann Jenkins, 18, of I,inn. Ezra Lee Rafliff, 23, of Sand Fork and Deborah Jean Reed, 21, of Sand Fork. Gene Edward Persinger, 22, of Normantown and Donna Jean Paugh, 16, of GlenviUe. Financial Statement Gilmer County Board of Education July 1. 1975 through June 30. 1976 GENERAL CURRENT EXPENSE FUND RECEIFrS Amount due from Sheriff $ 252.530.77 St ate Sinking Fund Balance 120,139.42 Public Utility Tax 136,00.59 Real and Personal Property Taxes (Net) 192,917.65 Tax Sales and Redemptions 7,316.32 Interest on.Investment S,680.S9 . .... ]l,aom, Local Receipts 16,831.70 rate and Federal Aid for Schools 1,358,261.61 Clearing Accounts lS2.S38.34 Total Revenue Available $2,273,577.09 DISBURSEMENTS ADMINISTRATION Salaries $ 49.214.61 Other Current Expenses 15.527.94 Total Administration 64.742.55 INSTRUCTION Salaries: Principals 77,661.37 Teachers G7S,332.46 Substitute Teachers 22.615.95 Other Professional Instructional Staff 27.7&.20 Secretarial and Clerical 23,594.80 Other Staff - Non-Professional 12.377.75 Textbooks 1.161.43 School Library Books 1.57S.70 Periodicals, Newspapers,and Audiovisual Materials 1,624.79 Teaching Supplies 15.872,49 Travel 3.868.20 Other Supplies and Miscellaneous Expense 6,610.92 Total Instruction 873,002.36 ATTENDANCE SERVICES Salaries 5,711.81 Travel 30&94 Total Attendance Services 14,419.39 HEALTH SERVICES Salaries 8,890.00 Contracted Services 5.O00.00 Travel and Supplies 529.39 Total Health Services 14,41S.39 PUPIL TRANSPORTATION Salaries 115,982.00 Replacement of Vehicles 23.77S.00 Insurance 1.222.00 Expenses in Lieu of Transportation 66.33 Other Expense for Operation an Maintenance 53.084.75 Total Pupil Transportation 194,73&08 OPERATLON OF PLANT SalarmS 31.937.57 457.92 L 15.318.85 . .,#  .:., 20.141.45 ..... 5,623.75 Custodial Supplies 5.,0.19 Freight 121.51 Toal Operation of Plant 79,681.24 MlqTENANCE OF PLANT Salaries 24.273.00 Contracted Services 3,162.06 Replacement of Equiprnnt 1..02 Buildings " 17,538.76 Repairs and Supplies 1.337.41 Total Maintenance of Plant 47,379.25 FIXED CHARGES Social Security 46,282.94 Workmen's Compensation 2,832.38 Insurance (including property} 10.044.00 Rental 8,190.00 Miscellaneous Expense 77.87 Total Fixed Charges 67.427.19 FoOD SERVICES Contracted Services 7.553,48 Other Expense 17.000.00 Total Food Services 24.553.48 STUDENT ACTIVITIES Salaries 565.00 Total Student Activities 565.00 COMMUNITY SERVICES Salaries 3.112.50 Total Community Services 3.112.50 CAPITAL OUTLAY Equipment 5.BS7.68 'rotalCapital Outlay 5.897.68 CLEARING ACCOUNTS Food Services 174.177.29 Student Body Activities 1.819.53 Total Clearing Accounts 175,996.82 SPECIAL PROGRAMS TOTAL 194,718,87 TOTAL CURRENT YEAR'S EXPENDITURES [Orders Paid] $1.712.932.41 GROSS BALANCE June 30. 197S 550.644.66 Less Orders Outstanding at June 30. 1976 74,978.78 Less Salaries Payable Ouly and August 1976 lS7.373.71 Less Other Encumbrances 65.411.66 Less Earmarked Funds 23,628.36 Less State Sinkin Fund Balance 127,020.11 PlUS Funds Receivable at June 30. 1976 3.163.23 NET BALANCE in Sheriff's Account Iune 30. 1976 $ 65,395,29 JAMES STORE b Grants.lie LISTING OF ALL PERSONS AND/OR VENDORS DOING BUSINESS WITH THE BOARD OF EDUCATION: Andrew John Abahazi $ 7.569.00 Anita Louise Adams 4.833.30 Bernard Lee Adams 5,611.50 Raymond E. Adams 4.677.35 Bradford A. Batten 82.O0 Billy Bennett 11.423.50 Margaret Ellen Bennett 3,O83.30 Gathel Bins Bishop 3,863.10 Delmar Burkhammer 6.120.00 HatreD. Butcher 3,841.63 Bertis Lee Byrd 4,046.25 James F, Byrd 4.046.25 4.085.00 James Harlon Byrd Odbort Ray Campbell 4,643.30 Ruby June Carr 4.416.6( Richard Raymond Cogar 2.122.00 Adrain Franklin Conrad 4,694.10 Sandra J. Cunningham 962.00 Janet Lee Deal 625.00 Peggy Rosalie Edwards 4,833.30 Gideon J. Ellyson. 650.00 Jimmie Landon Fitzwater 46.00 Lta K. Fling 3.750.00 Luther Edward Frame 5,043.88 Roger Dale Frame 222.00 Hnbort Kilns Frymier 4.920.00 Kenton R. Frynier 2,fi78.25 Seals Maxine Fuller 2,907.85 Rosalie V. Furr 4,916.60 Pearl Turner Gaston 3,916.60 Barbara lane t;harleV Gregory Robert Hal Raymond C. Her Waitman Doyl Edna Marie F Maud James Ferrell P. Jenkil Golden Burl ttelen Lois Jones  t Norms lea lordam i Betty Jean Kenml Ads Ann King g Ulyssis Andrew William C, Lamb a Erma Louise Lur, a, Kathleen Lvdick lames E. McCarta F Russell Sherman Miller t" !  Diana Mae Robert Miller Rondel Curtis Miller K esslie Benton Min 1 Richard Clark Mi Rhoda Marlene M Merlin Glenn Moor Mary Louise Morro Virginia ttelen No Herman Frederick I Beulah K. Parsons U Ovid Lee Pernell Betty Elaine Perrin | Wands L. Post | .8 Claude Pauline PRriatdabaug Herman Radcliff Belva Lee Reed Jean Irene Rhines LOAN to build invent4 or bigger , If you want additional money t.o I money right now--to build 4 modernize or enlarge your b ses, or for any other sound bus' --come see us about a bank right now! Low cost, action make our modern busif best for you. Kanawha Union Bank Glenville Straight From Your Power Cq This is one in a series of replies to questions being asked by our custo- mers. Answering today ts John Heirs, Director, Personnel for Monongahela. Question: Why doesn't Monongahela send out electric bills every Anlwlw: We've been reading meterS, out electric bills every two 1951. Even back then. we saw stantly look for ways to and we took this action as a ing about a 50 percent of reading meters, postage, other billing costs we had. plus many others, helped electricity to our customers years of inflation until our costs began to climb so could no longer keep up. The costs of bi-monthly rn( billing are still only about monthly schedule, so with costs, the savings are even If you have problems fitO electric bill into your glad to credit your account you wish to pay during month. Your next bill will by the amount you have paid. Monongahela Part of the Allegheny