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Thursday, Nov. 18, 2004 -- The (;lenville Democrat/Pathfinder-- Page 7A i. L it he r the him - long lege ' he- ring, :ross freer Pro- ;nter ,urg. )nev one ous- earn ica's s of ', he auld ique dl of ach --tO ii let hem oso- tor's lent, late, ,hat rare ipps 0 or her ~ms ank ill )rts .ted ign ble Elve em wn "lan Lter lie. l m ex- and tess. Dr. lese ii are ;tes :lia- t at ter, isit / ?; !ii A JOINT EFFORT -- During a brief break during the Sat., Oct. 30 blood screenings, Rotary Club Blood Screening Coordinator Bill Grottendieck III (I-r) converses with Alison Witte, a seasoned nursing program instructor at GSCI In addition to the Rotary, several other area groups help to make the screening process a smooth running operation. They are GSC's Nursing Dept., the Glenville Woman's Club, Gilmer County Retired School Employees, Glenville State College, and many other individual volunteers. gns of the 2004 Election By Delegate Brent Boggs By the time this week's column appears, the 2004 General Eleetion will be history. Unfortunately, one lasting reminder of the 2004 elec- tion campaign could be a multitude of abandoned cam- paign signs along our roads. I want to thank those that permitted me to display a sign. Again, I intend to do my best in keeping to a self-appointed deadline of having my campaign signs removed within 24 hours after Election Day. We will begin to retrieve them soon after the polls close. There are always a few that may escape notice, so ifI inadvertently miss one, please contact me. I will arrange to retrieve it promptly. Mo[eover, I urge all candidates to do likewise. We need to show our respect for the counties and citizens serve. I am extremely pleased that Gov- ernor Wise approved a $1.16 million Small Cities Block Grant for the Curry Ridge/Woodmen of the World waterline project last week. Senator Sharpe and I met with Burnsville Mayor Lee Mackey and Burnsville PSD Chairman Jim Pritt last week to inform them of the award. Also, I accompanied the County Commission and residents to Burnsville to further high- light the good news. Certainly, grant awards are the result of successful work and commitment of numerous residents, city, county and state-elected officials and agencies. However, this $1.16 million grant is especially meaningful because it is a huge step in leveraging the additional funds needed for the $2.6 million project. It also shows a great commit- ment by the State government for the Woodmen of the World project, while providing an incentive to move forward on their $12 million development on Curry Ridge. Small Cities Block Grants are federal funds to the Legislature; directed to various projects throughout West Virginia' by the Governor and the WV Development Office. As the overall amount available each year is small in comparison to the needs around the State, this $1.16 million grant is a major award for this multi- faceted project. I know we will continue to have many positive devel- opments to announce on this project over the next several months. The Legislature and Governor, through similar grants and the Budget Digest, have committed millions in the past few years to assist our County Commissions in Giimer and Braxton Counties with water and sewer extension projects. In many instances, this has allowed us to leverage federal funds that make some projects a reality. This is one more step in bringing water to our rural residents, while stimulating economic development and jobs. As one project is funded, we focus on other projects throughout the district that will bring water and infra- structure improvements. With a concerted effort by all elected officials and agencies, we can secure additional dollars for additional projects. Also, I want to report a conversation I had recently with officials from Verizon. Last week, they contacted me to provide an update on their plan to offer high-speed broadband DSL service in the Sutton and Gassaway vicinity. They reported that their project engineering was on schedule and should be available before the end of this year. That is continued good news for our ongoing efforts to upgrade and expand the high-speed internet access that is so critical to expanding opportunities for our business community and residents. Meanwhile, we will continue to work with all parties to take advantage of the Gilmer-Braxton Technology Research Zone to bring high-speed wireless internet service to our resi- dents. The more options we have, the better we can serve our citizens. Finally this week, a'higher education note. Beginning November 1, students can apply for the WV Higher Education Grant and the PROMISE Scholarship on-line. Through a partnership with West Virginia Mentor, the online application can be accessed at www.wvapply.com. Students can go online and complete one application for both the PROMISE Scholarship and the West Virginia Higher Education Grant. Completion of the application should take a student no more than a few minutes. As in the previous years, all necessary ihf6rrnation such as ACT, SAT scores and grade reports will be electronically sent to the Office'of Financial Aid and Outreach Services at the Higher Education Policy Commission office. For addi- tional information, go online to www.wvapply.com. Please contact me if I may be of assistance. As the session is now concluded, please address your mail to my home office: PO Box 254, Gassaway, WV 26624. By telephone, you may contact me at 364-8411. For those with Internet access, my e-mail address is Boggs34@aol.com. You can obtain additional legisla- tive information from the Legislature's web site at http://www, legis, state, wv. us/ As always, please remember our troops - at home and abroad- and keep them and their families in your thoughts and prayers. Until next week, take care. Iii Chicken SelectsxM Are Back! McDonald's reintroduces one of your all-time favor- ites, Chicken Selects. Hearty strips of breaded chicken breast, will 3 new dipping sauces to cus- tomize to your taste; Hot Buffalo Sauce, Creamy Ranch or langy Mustard. Available in 3, 5 or 10 strips, and of course, all are available in Extra Value Meal combinations. Select yours today! [ it Up! ] 7 I Our triple thick 0penS:ooam Mon-satl[ milkshakesare always,lUSt rl ht, 6:OOam on Sundays [ [ " "g ---------__ _! [ or Ma>oa t,rs of alenville 4(n-- oto Roberts graduates from Fort Jackson Army National Guard Put. Michael J. Roberts has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Co- lumbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of train- ing, the soldier studied the Army mis- sion, history, tradition and core val- ues, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic com- bat skills, military weapons, chemi- cal warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marks- manship, armed and unarmed com- bat, map reading, field tactics, mili- tary courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and field training exercises. Roberts is the grandson of Sue Roberts of Highway Contract Route 89, Millstone, W.Va. and the son of Kenny Ferguson of Highway Con- tract Route 89, Glenville, W.Va. He is currently attending Calhoun County High School, Grantville, W.Va. Serving Gilmer & Surrounding Counties Since 1953 CLERK OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION OF GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND BENEFICIARIES The administration of the estates of the fotlowtng deceased, is pendmg before the Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, 10 Howard Street, GlenwHe. WVa 26351. The names and addresses of the personal representatwe and the personal representative's attorney are set forlh below. Notice is hereby given trmt the estates of the following have been opened for probate Any interested person objecting to the validity of the will, the qualificahons of the personal representative or the venue or jurisd~chon of the court, shatl file not=ce of an objection with the County Commission within nmety days after the date of the first pubhcat~on or with= 30 days of serwce of not,ca, whichever ~s later If an objection is not timely filed, the obiection ~s forever barred All persons hawng claims against the estate(s) of the said following deceased, whether due or not. are notff=ed to exhibit their claims, with the voucher the reof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at the County Cle rk's Office on or before the 15th day of Februa ry. 2005 otherwise they may by law be excluded from all beneht of sad estate(s). All beneficianes of said estate(s) may appear on or before sad day to examme sad clatm6 and otherwise protect their interests Claims agamst the estate must be filed in accordance with West Virginia Code 44-1-14a. DECEDENT NAME PER.REP/NAME PER.REPJADDRESS ATTORNEY'S FIDJCOMM. NAME/ADDRESS NAME/ADDRESS Louise P Hogue Dorothy Irene Rhoades P.O Box 155 None RequNred None Required Glenvilte, WV 26351 Guide Jenkms Mark Jenkins Rt 71 Box 28 None Required None Required Glenwtle. WV 26351 Jack~e Date IsenhartChristme Lure Smith316 Calabria Court None Required None Required Rock Hill, SC 29730 Bobby Ray McHenry V~cky Sprouse 513 Kanawha Street None Required None Required Glenwlle, WV 26351 Asa V. WhJhng Jack N Whiting Rt. 1 Box 8 None Requsred None Required Dnn, WV 26384 Gladys I. Messenger Sarah Smarr PO Box 414 None Required None Required Alum Brtdge, WV 26321 The date of the first publication of this Notice is November 18, 2004 Beverly Marks Clerk of the County Commission Of Gilmer County, West Virginia Legal Class II 2t-11-25c ....................................................................................................................................................................................... Gitmer County Land Sale Notice is h~eby gwen tahl the following ciescribecl tracts or lots of rand in the County of G~lmer, have been cerhhed by the Auditor of the State of West Virg=nia to G, Russell Rollyson, Jr. Deputy Commissioner of Dehquenl and NonenIered lands of said County, for sale at pubhc auction The lands will be offered for sale by the undersigned Deputy Commissioner at pibtic auct~"~ m the hallway o! the Gilmer County Courthouse beg=nmng at 1 O0 pm in the afternoon, on the 6th day of December 2004 Each tract or lot as described below, wdl de sold to the highesl b~dder The payment for any tract or Lot purchased at a sale shall de made by check ot money Older Payable tO the sheriff of the county and delwered before the close of business on the day of the sale If any o1 said tracts or lots remain unsold following the auction, they will be subject to sale by the (~tpuly Co=miss=drier w~thout add~t=onal advertising or pubhc auct~3n. The deputy commissioner sale may include tracts o~ lots temain~g unso~l from a previous auct=on not required Dy law to be readvert,sed and described for th~s subsequent auchon of those same tracts and lots All sales are subject to the apProval of 11"10 Auditor of lhe Stale ol West Vitg~n~ CERT NO YEAR SOLD NAME t NAME 2 DESCRIPTION DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY 111570 1993 National Land & Development Corp Fee Pt Lot 10& 11 Camden Fiats Glenwlle Glenv~lle 112187 2000 Harnsl~etger Rodert K. 1/25 Coal 3 Bear FOlk Canter 112188 2000 Harnsbetger Robert K 1/25 OG 7 AC Sleet Creek Center t 12189 2000 Harnsbetger Robert K 1/50 OG 37 Ac Steer Creek Center 112190 2000 Harnsberger Robert K 1 1/50 OG 30 50 Steer Creek Center 112191 2000 Harnsberget Robert K 1 1/50 OG 16 Ac Steer Creek Center 112192 2000 B~ngman Ramona 1/36 Fee 4 12 Ac Reds Rub Dekalb 112193 2000 Hunt Carrie Sue I/8 Fee-Cog 1 Ac Grass Run Oekalb 112 t 94 2000 Hunt Christine Lynne t/8 Fee-Cog t Ac Grass Run Dekalb 112195 2000 McCartney Sull t/3 Fee-OG 18 AC Kanawha Dekalb 112196 2000 P~ckens Rshard Dee I~ 1/8 Fee-Cog t Ac Grass Run Dekalb 112197 2000 Pskens Robert Scolt t/8 Fee-Cog 1Ac Grass Run nekatb 112198 2000 P~ckens Rodenck Lee t/8 Fee-Cog 1 Ac Grass Run Dekalb 112199 2000 Pol',cks Lynn Ellen 1/8 Fee-Cog 1 Ac Grass Run Dekatb 112200 2000 Radd Cathetme Lynn 1/4 Fee-Cog 1Ac Grass Run Deklab 112201 2000 Nachman Isadore 1/20G Lot 5 Block 10 Hefner Addition Glenville 112202 2000 Nachman Isa0ore 1/20G Lot 6 Block 10 Hefner Addition Gtenville 112203 2000 Nachman Isadore I/20G Lot 8 Block 10 Hefner Addition Gtenville t 12204 2000 Nachman Isadote t/20G Lot 8 Block 11 Hefner Add|tlo,n Glenville 112205 2000 Nacnman Isadore 1/20G LOl 4 Block 12 Hefner Addition Glenville 112206 2000 'f~lachman Isadore 1/20G Lot 5 Block 12 Hefner Addil=on Glenville 112207 2000 Nachman Isadote 1/20G Lol 6 Block 12 Hefner Addilion Glenville 112208 2000 Nachman lsadore t/20G Lot 9 Block 12 Hefner Addition Glenville 112209 2000 Wlant Guy E Coal 2 As Ellis Fork Glenville 112210 2000 Be~knap V=ola Pearl Lot 45 Riverv~ew 40X 173 9/10 Fee Glenvdle Glenville 112211 2000 Belknap Viola Pearl 1/2 Lot 46 Riverv~ew 40X173 9/10 Fee Glenville Gtenville 112212 2000 Moyers Paul Brad/ord ETAL OG Lots 33.34,35,65 Hays C~tyGlenville Glenville 112213 2001 CAMDEN COAL & LAND CO 1/4 COAL 526.29 AC LITTLE BUI'L RUN CENTER t 12214 2001 CAM DE N COAL & LAND CO 1/8 COAL 337 AC JOE S RUN CENTER t 12215 2001 HENKEL GOROON B ~2160 COG 181.42 AC FLAT RUN LF STEER CREEK CENTER 112216 2001 RAMSEY ASSOC PETROLEUM tNC 1/24 0(3 3 AC LITTLE BULL RUN CENTER 1 t 2217 2001 HAMILTON ROSALEE 1/44 0(3 65 AC CROW RUN DEKALB 112218 200t HAMILTON ROSALEE 1144 OG 3 11 AC CROW RUN D EKAL.B 112219 2001 KIMBLE KATHLEEN A .,1/168 M1~336 0(3 52.94 AC S(NKING CIqEEK BAILEY "A" #I,&2/PETROLEUN DEVO~KALB 112220 2001 KIMBLE KATHLEEN A 1/168 MIN-335/336 OG 38 12 AC SINKING CREEK BAILEY "A" 4.fDOMtNION APPALACH DEKALB 112221 200'1 KIMBLE KATHLEEN A 1/168 MIN 2228 AC SINKING CK BAILEY "B" #1/ PETROLEUM DEV DEKALB 112222 2001 KIMBLE KATHLEEN A 1/168 MIN-335/336 OG 4685 AC SINKING CREEK BAILEY "A" DOMINION-PDC DEKALB 112223 2001 COLLINS VERA RUTH (LIFE) & HAYDEN A COLLINS HRS COAL 1 AC LYNCH RUN GLENVILLE I t 2224 1999 DAVIS WELLS& KATHY PGH COAL 38.60 AC JAKES LICK OF ELLIS GLENMILLE 112225 2001 KOWELL ELINOR B 3/'144 COAL 2745 17 AC KANAWHA GLENVlLLE 112226 1999 MINX PAUL 180/2100 MIN 1075 AC LITTLE ELLIS GLENVILLE 112227 2001 SHERRARD J ESPEY 5/700 COAL 2745.17 AC KANAWHA GLENVlLLE 112228 2001 SHERRARD ESPEY JR 4/144 COAL 2745.17 AC KANAWHA GLENVILLE 112229 2001 SHERRARO WATSON A 4/144 COAL 2745.17 AC KANAWHA GLENMILLE 112230 2001 SHERRARD WATSON A 5/700 COAL 2745.17 AC KANAWHA GLENMILLE 112231 2001 WOOD CLYDE H 28]700 COAL 2745.17 AC KANAWHA GLENVILLE 112232 2001 WOOD CLYDE H 4/144 COAL 2745.17 AC KANAWHA GLENVILLE 112233 2001 WOOD CLYDE H 5/'700 COAL 2745. t 7 AC KANAWHA GLENVILLE 1t2234 2001 WILSON FARRELL 2001 WACO OIL & GAS CO INC 2002&2003 HAYS CITY LOT 14 t 1 AC 1/7 FEE*,