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/ f J December 2 at 1:30 a.m. Mar- cia Nuhfer of Glenville reported a jacket and some jewelry stolen from Sadettres LTD. December 2 at 9:30 p.m. De- bra F. Thomas and James Lee Ash were arrested for joy riding. Ash was also charged for petit larceny. 1988 West Virginia Waterfowl Stamp Print December 3 Jack Miller was cited for public intoxication. II li L ALl( WHEEL BALAN( Be Ready for Winter Free Shock and Steering Inspection Four wheel alignment available Call Ray G RT. 19 North Weston, WV NOW THRU DEC. 31, 1988 O|N|RAI. MOTORS CORPORATION @ IIE B. a-,y/,, 7-1/4" Circular Saw. As a bonus, this saw comes with a free carbide tipped blade. Rugged and durable for the handyman. 2-1/2 HP motor for power when needed. 356-590 7392C e Skil Cordles: Screwdriver. Char stand allows conti~ ....... .......... ,% ?iii 797 88 Flmhli~lhl wills pil~Jt~l cam ilcbon |or'nat. la I~Kket Leaflhet" C4rp,~Aedt &pron w,~Lb, Cordle,= Clue Gun. U~.e [o t5 mmut.es~ tstg m~l Id~lO..able be, m Water rlleaa.Ett hammer 1oo1:1t. 355323 Vp490X ,,.~thoul rehea~,~f, Us~astandard glu.et, Udt Spare bulb fae~m ta ual cep Two t~dl, 325 244 Sl ~ 80'363 M 2A011 p .......... : ,\ 77 97 Utility K,llt glad~ IoCkl I~ 3 poali~. 30t 272 U" C~dHn.,ti~'Sqw~. EqWp hr. w~lt- ~p with that lu~uly reel, 3/0-~.i7 C912C Sabre $,w Illade Set. 3 wood including hoUow-~mtmd & 3 metal cu|tmg bl*d~ 126 ."OwmR m~S~' Glenville, WV 100 West Main SL 462-7305 CharlN Harold, Mgr. Note: NI sale prices Cash 'N' Carry Onlyl December 3 James G. Ireland was cited for no valid insurance certificate. December 3 Francis Pyles was arrested fo[,public intoxica- tion and sent to -Weston State Hospital. December 4 Charles Green- lief was cited for disturbing the peace. Towne Bookstore Vs. Crystal G. Skinner, worthless check, paid $20.60, dismissed. Towne Bookstore Vs. Crystal G. Skinner, worthless check, paid $28.2, dismissed. No activity in Chief Magis- trate, R. W. Minigh's Office. Magistrate Minigh has been on vacation. Passing their driving tests on November 23 were: Brenda Parmer of Orlando, Mike Mes- senger of Glenville, and Susan Krohn of Troy. Four license transfers were issued: Diane and Dale Sutton of Shock, Richard Gardner of Glenville, and Paul Remele of Glenville. Passing the written test were: Scott Knappenberger of Cox's Mills, Kenneth Katser of Letter Gap, Doris Gillespie of Sand Fork, Roy Hardman of Glen- ville, Taffy Haddox of Bumt House, and Douglass Moss of Cedarville. Kenneth O. Sherbert was ar- rested December 2. Sherbett was a deserter of the United States Air Force and is stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base in Little Rock, Arkansas. In addi- tion to desertion, Sherbett is wanted by the Arkansas police Carol L. Wolfe Magistrate The following civil cases were before Magistrate Wolfe this past week. Kent J. Woofter Vs. Pamela B. Tisa, default judgement en- tered against defendant. Susan B. Campbell Vs. Pamela Hardin, defendant made answer, admits in part and de- nies in part. Chesapeake & Potomac Tele- phone Co. of WVa Vs. Nikia Helmick, civil suit filed. Jean Cunningham Vs. Hazel Prichett, possession of property, civil suit filed. Jodi Greathouse Vs. Charles E. Greathouse, domestic vio- lence, hearing before Magis- trate, 30-day protection order entered. Creative Designs, Florist & Gifts Vs. Irene Fox, civil suit filed. Glenville Foodland Vs. Ed- ward Turner. Ronald C. Miller Vs. Larry Ellyson, civil suit filed. Barry Leady Vs. Frank department for contempt of Kimble, defendant confessed, court and is also wanted for judgement. questioning in Alabama. Sher- Alice F. Shaffer Vs. Rodney bett is a seventeen-year veteran D. Jones, domestic violence, of the Air Force. According to the arresting officer, Sgt. Ray Arbaugh, Sherbett is now being held in the Gilmer County Jail awaiting transport to Little Rock, Arkansas. The Glenville Detachment of the West Virginia State Police saw the following activity for the month of November: 18 fel- ony arrests, 13 misdemeanor ar- rests, 21 hazardous moving road law arrests, 30 other road law arrests, 42 hazardous moving warning tickets, 52 other warn- ing tickets, 18 criminal investi- gation reports fried, 5 accidents, and 2 revocation orders served. filed. Glenville Foodland Vs. Coy Scott Belknap, default judge- ment entered against defendant. Magistrate Wolfe judged one felony case this past week: State Vs. Timmy J. Crawford, worth- less check felony warrant paid, sent to Upshur County, $311.00. 1 DEEDS RECORDED Danny Byrl Law to Royce L. Ballard, etux - land, Center Dis- trict. Richard G. Simon, etux to Daniel E. Johnson,etux - land, Glenville Corporation. Roy M. Moyers, etux to Linda Frame, etvir - land, Cen- ter District. Robert T. Miller, etux to Wil- liam W. Wright, etux land, Center District. Robert M. Marshall, Jr., etux to Petroleum Resources, Inc. - minerals, Glenville District. SHERIFF'S REPORT The Gilmer County Sheriff's Department reported one acci- -dent which is still under investi- gation and two breaking and en- terings still under investigation. Magistrate's Report The following citations and warra_nts were filed in the office Dixie L. Moyers, Magistrate Court Clerk. State Vs. Christopher Edward Avshire, no valid MVI sticker. State Vs. Staci Lyrme Moy- ers, illegal sun screen on wind- shield. State Vs. Glendon Reed, driv- ing with revoked license, paid $136.00. State Vs. Michael L. Byrd, leaving the scene of an accident, paid $36.00. State Vs. Michael R. Byrd, driving under the influence, paid $36.00. State Vs. Pauline Jones, worthless check warrant, paid $93.87. State Vs. Pauline Jones, worthless check warrant, paid $76.67. State Vs. Pauline Jones, worthless check warrant, paid $62.17. State Vs. Pauline Jones, worthless check warrant, paid $45.84. Thursday, State Vs. James hunting without paid $56.00. State Vs. Robert J. registration, paid $41 State Vs. Kenneth line, no reg $41.00. State Vs. Joseph no registration, paid State Vs. Ronald no blaze orange, paid State Vs. James uncased gun after 5 $56.00. State Vs. ing without $56.00. December 5, 1 Trailer fire at Denzil on Chestnut Lick. December 5, 1:30 Brash fire at Three The following misdemeanor cases were judged in Magistrate Court. Patricia Shaffer Vs. Rodney D. Jones, contributing to the de- linquency of a minor, warrant issued. Jean Cunningham Vs. Hazel Pritchett, assult warrant issued. State Vs. Eric Lynn Luzier, driving under influence, second offense, warrant issued, placed in jail in lieu of bond, released from jail after posting $500.00 bond. State Vs. David Mowery, worthless check warrant issued. State Vs. James W. Harley, November 28, 3:16 House fire at Hobart November 29, 7:37 Gamett Jones from to CCGH. November 29, 11:04 Donnie Nicholson, no trip. December 1, 3:22 rie Langford from Duck SJMH. December 1, 10:52 Mildred Hart from Roane General Hos Spencer. December 2, 11:01 Rose Langford from to SJMH to Duck Run. December 3, 9:50 a.m. ester Allen from CCGH. December 3, 10:09 Delbert Boggs from to Spurgeon-Ellyson Inc. December 4, 9:21 a.m.' Bennett from Rosedale to General Hospital at November 15, 6:00 Lona Shackelford from Cedar Creek to Jackson Memorial Weston November 16, 7:41 Helmut Jedamski Fork to SJMH and on Hospital Center at November 16, 8:44 Grace Stewart from town to American November 16, 8:52 Carla Johnson accident driving under influence, guilty, " warts Creek to SJMH. credit time served in jail 24 November 16, 12:49 hours, paid $136.00. Barbara Peterson froal State Vs. Hazel Prichett, 1st Expo to SJMH. appearance, released on personal November 16, 1:09 recognizance bond. Elva Burke from State Vs. Pauline Jones, Glenville to Calhoun worthless check warrant, paid General Hospital. $73.96, warrant dismissed. November 17, State Vs. Pauline Jones, Lucy Bosley from worthless check warrant, paid to SJMH. $50.46, warrant dismissed. November 19, State Vs. Pauline Jones, Reta Kight from Rt. worthless check warrant, paid SJMH. $45.19, warrant dismissed. November 19, 3:45 Tish Davis from Stout'S State Vs. Pauline A. Jones, personal recognizance bond posted, sent to Lewis County. State Vs. Pauline Jones, per- sonal recognizance bond posted, sent to Braxton County. State Vs. James W. Harley, driving under influence, paid $136.00. Traffic court saw the follow- ing action: State Vs. Lisa Dolan, pay- ment $22.00, illegal parking, ticket paid in full. State Vs. Angela Jones, pay- ment, illegal parking, ticket paid in full. State Vs. Alicial Callow, ille- gal parking, ticket paid in full, $12.00. State Vs. Tammy Hoover, il- legal parking, payment $10.00. State Vs. Kimberly Luff, speeding, paid $41.00. State Vs. Michael A. Brow- ster, speeding, guilty, payment plan to pay $46.00. The Department of Natural Resources had the following cases judged. State Vs. Johnny W. Barkus, Jr., failure to field tag deer, paid $86.00 and failure to check in deer. State Vs. Rodney L. Parsons, hunting without license, paid $61.00. State Vs. John P. Napier, pay- ment, $51.00 ticket paid in full, highway litter. State Vs. Alan D. Baughman, on park altar I0" p.m., paid 6.oo in Spurgeon-Ellyson Inc. November 19, 4:19 Tommy Meadows from Mills to Braxton County rial Hospital. November 19, 5:1! Hestor Skidmore from to CCGH. November 20, ll: Fred Schmidt from Drive to SJMH. November 20, Dottie Quick from Creek to SJMH. November 20, 8:02 Name withheld from Creek to SJMH. November 21, 12: Elva Burke from Americare-Glenville. November 21, 4:54 George Messer from Creek to CCGH. November 22, 9:07 Kathy Stiffen from Drive to SJMH. November 25, 7:55 Rose's Pet Shop, no November 26, David Marks from 18 to CCGH. November 26, 7: Irene Bosley from CCGH. November 26, 1: Kermy Greathouse Run to CCGH. November 27. 7 "Juanita McDougal Main Street to to residence. vember 27 fttm Mineral Rd.