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Harry Dwane Tallhammer

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Harry Dwane Tallhammer
Age 70, of Stumptown, WV, passed away December 3, 2008, at his home following a brief illness.

Mr. Tallhammer was born at Lockney, Gilmer County, a son of the late Leonard Burnell Tallhammer and Dollie Mabel See Tallhammer. He was a school bus driver for the Calhoun County Board of Education and was a U.S. Army veteran. He attended the Glenville Community Church and the Rush Run Baptist Church.

Surviving are his wife, Iris Loraine Baughman Tallhammer; a daughter, Rebecca Lynn Tallhammer Butler of Stumptown; three brothers, Parker Eugene Tallhammer of Glenville, James Guy Tallhammer of Cox’s Creek, Ky., and Robert Lytle Tallhammer of Elyria, Ohio; and over 40 nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; four brothers, Junior B. Tallhammer of Elyria, Ohio, Samuel John Tallhammer of Smithville, WV, Nathan George Tallhammer of Auburn and Clarence Monroe Tallhammer of Grafton, Ohio; and two sisters, Ruby Jean Wood of Stumptown and Cathern Marie Suttle of Coolville, Ohio.

Funeral services will be 11 AM Saturday at the Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg. The Rev. Randy Wilson and the Rev. Ben Kerby will officiate. Interment will be in the Turner Union Cemetery at Lockney with military graveside rites. Friends may call from 6-8 PM today at the funeral home.

To Do or Not To Do?

As the dollar buys less and less today, I am not sure about the decisions our government is trying to make. As I mentioned somewhere earlier, they keep trying to reward for bad behavior. Right now the three US automakers are on the hot seat, trying very hard to justify their case! They are going to sell their private jets and receive only $1 for salaries in order to appease the decision makers. I actually think these steps have been part of their appeasement plan all along. I think they purposely flew in their jets to make an issue out of them and then show their willingness to get rid of them! This actually for two weeks distracted the decision makers and media from the actual problem. I remember quite well when GM CEO, a year or so ago, when taking his position, promised the end to the production of Hummer right away. Now we know that he lied and all her was trying to do was to help increase the GM stock price. I think since they are in bed with some of the politicians as well as the Big Oil, they really are not willing to implement any plan in this country. I really think all we see is a show down for uninformed and careless US tax payer to justify the case. I am really puzzled on why did they not play the same game plan,  and put the financial CEO’s on the hot seat? Why did they get the money so easy? Why isn’t there any explanation of what they have done with the money? The answer is easy! Why would one want to ask themselves about their doings? Get it? Why are we afraid to put the President on the hot seat? Why is he not sacrificing his salary for a lousy job? If we really had a Democratic system, then this would be possible. In a dictatorship and fascism system, the leaders get away with things and the people are afraid to say anything. In Far East, few days ago people got on the street and demanded their Prime Minister, the actual leader, to step down for mismanagement and he did. But here they constantly tell us we are good in effort to satisfy us like little kids and surely we are falling for it.
In the auto makers case, if we take the number of shares that GM has and multiply by the share price we come up to about 3 billion dollars, not mentioning the 44 billion dollars outstanding debt they have, they are asking for 16 billion dollars!!! Can WE get a home loan for $160,000 if our collateral is only $3000? Surely not… Here is some of ideas about this issue:

Give them the money, but all the CEOs and top management should get fired. They should have definitive plan for building better vehicles in this country like they are doing abroad.

Give the Money to the Toyota’s, Honda’s, and such and demand the same. They WILL deliver FASTER.
DO NOTHING and let them fail. Sure there will job losses, but everybody will learn from it.

Now what do you think should be done?

Gilmer County to Benefit From School Building Authority Funds

WV State School Building Authority’s “Major Improvement Program” has awarded Gilmer County Schools $615,116 to pay for improvements to the GCHS’ HVAC system. SBA officials urge the GCBOE to proceed quicly to take adavantage of this fund. The fund is available immediately.

Glenville House on Fire

Reportedly fire started in basement furnace. All humans exited and unfortunately a dog was killed. House located on Lorentz street just a short distance from Ramco Technologies.

 

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Glenville: Gerald Hough Storage Facility Under Construction on Glass Factory Hill

Fishing Report

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BURNSVILLE
The lake is approximately two feet above winter pool and milky. Water temperatures are in the 40’s and fishing has been difficult because of ice. Bass are in about 10-20 feet of water. Crappie have been hitting minnows around fish attractors. Catfish have been caught on live bait. For more information call Corps of Engineers at 304-853-2398.

STONECOAL LAKE
The lake is at summer pool and cloudy. Water temperatures are in the 40’s and fishing is good. Bass are in about 10 feet of water. Crappie and bluegill are hitting minnows around fish attractors. Anglers are reporting some nice channel catfish being caught over the last few weeks. A few trout have also been caught.

STONEWALL JACKSON
The lake is at winter pool and cloudy. Surface temperature is in the 40’s and fishing is fair. Bass are in about 10-20 feet of water. Reports of a few musky being caught this week trolling. Crappie and bluegill have been hitting live bait and jigs. For more information contact Corps of Engineers at 304-269-7463.

SUTTON
The lake is one foot above winter pool and milky. Water temperatures are in the 40’s and fishing is fair. Bass have been in 10-20 feet of water. Crappie have been hitting minnows around beaver huts and blown down trees. Boat launching at Bee run and behind the dam only. Trout were stocked in the tailwaters on October 22. For daily information call Corps of Engineers at 304-765-2705.

WEST-CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIA
Now is the time to be thinking about combining fishing with your up coming deer hunting trip. The West-Central part of West Virginia offers a variety of opportunities for this combination. Musky streams are expected to be fishable this weekend and excellent musky populations can be found in the following waters: The Little Kanawha River, The Hughes River and its major Forks, Middle Island Creek, and Mill and Sandy Creeks in Jackson County. Fall musky anglers use large crank baits or jerk baits, and riffle areas are hot spots.

Anglers seeking bass after the hunt also have many choices of water to consider. Conaway Run Lake in Tyler County, North Bend, Tracy, and Pennsboro lakes in Ritchie County, Mountwood Lake in Wood County, Charles Fork Lake in Roane County, and Elk Fork, Woodrum, and O’Brien lakes in Jackson County all have excellent largemouth bass populations. Slowly fished bass lures are the baits of choice this time of the year.

Deer hunters along the Ohio River also have great opportunities for the combination. The fall is an excellent time to fish Ohio River Tail-waters. Anglers fishing below the Belleville and Willow Island dams are catching sauger, walleye, hybrid striped bass, and a few other species. Lead headed jigs with twister tails (white or chartreuses), which are fished along the bottom, are the lure of choice. Clever anglers are tipping their jig hooks with minnows or shad. Small suspending Rapala’s (silver with a blue back) also work quite well. Best spots to fish these areas include eddies and back-current sections, and anywhere that river flows are unusual.

Auto Accident in Hays City Area of Glenville

GSC Pioneers Football 2008

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08/28//08 @ Lock Haven University Lock Haven, PA  W | 30-00
09/06/08 @ Liberty University Lynchburg, VA  L | 44-27
09/13/08 @ Shepherd University Shepherdstown, WV  W | 21-14
09/20/08 Seton Hill University Glenville, WV  L | 34-29
09/25/08 Fairmont State University Glenville, WV  W | 23-13
10/04/08 @ Lake Erie College Painesville, OH  L | 34-27
10/11/08 @ West Liberty State College West Liberty, WV  W | 42-39
10/18/08 @ Concord University Athens, WV  W | 34-14
10/25/08 West Virginia State University Glenville, WV  W | 50-28
11/01/08 @ WV Wesleyan College Buckhannon, WV  W | 40-14
11/08/08 University of Charleston Glenville, WV  W | 50-20

Election 2008: President Obama

Gilmer County High School 2008 Homecoming Parade

Glenville Trick or Treat

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Glenville: Oct. 31st 6:00 -7:00 p.m

WEST VIRGINIA FOREST FIRE LAWS

The periods of each year between March 1 and May 31, inclusive, and October 1 and December 31, inclusive, are hereby designated as Forest Fire Seasons.
No person shall during ANY such fire season, except between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. prevailing time, set on fire or cause to be set on fire any forest land, or any grass, grain, stubble, slash, debris, or other inflammable materials. Any fire set during this time shall be extinguished prior to 7:00 a.m. prevailing time. Such prohibition of fires between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. prevailing time shall not be construed to include (1) small fires set for the purpose of food preparation, or providing light or warmth around which all grass, brush, stubble, or other debris has been removed for a distance of ten feet from the fire, and (2) burning which may be conducted at any time when the ground surrounding the burning site is covered by one inch or more of snow.

No burning may be done unless all inflammable material has been removed from around the material to be burned as a safety strip for a distance which insures that the fire will not escape and which is not less than 10 feet. If fire escapes beyond the safety strip, the person responsible shall be guilty of misdemeanor.


Before leaving ANY fire for ANY period of time, it must be totally extinguished.
Commercial permits to burn during the prohibited periods may be issued by the Division of Forestry.
All sawmills, power shovels, or an engine or machine capable of throwing sparks must be provided with an adequate spark arrestor if operating on land subject to fire by any cause.
All inflammable waste disposal areas on ANY land must annually have removed all grass, brush, debris and other inflammable material adjacent to such disposal areas to provide adequate protection to prevent the escape of fire to adjacent lands.
The State shall recover from the person or persons, firms or corporations whose negligence or whose violations of any provisions of this article cause ANY fire at ANY time on any grass or forest land the amount expended by the State.
A landowner must take all practicable means to suppress ANY fire on his property. If he fails to do so, the State shall collect form him the amounts expended by the State for such purposes.


WV Division of Forestry
1900 Kanawha Blvd., E.
Charleston WV 25305-1080
(304) 558-2788/Fax (304) 558-0143

Glenna Marie Norman Miller

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Glenna Marie Norman Miller
Age 73, of Normantown, surrounded by her loving family, went home to be with her Lord Sept. 12, 2008, following an extended illness at Charleston Area Medical Center.

Glenna was born at Shock on Nov. 11, 1934, a daughter of the late Escue “Eck” and Edna Lambert Norman of Stumptown.

She was a member of the Shock Church of Christ. She was retired after 24 years of dedicated service, retiring in December 1999. Glenna was active in several community and civic organizations including the American Red Cross, the Normantown High School Alumni Association (at times serving as an officer), was on the Board of Directors of Minnie Hamilton Health Care Systems, enjoyed bowling in the Glenville State College Bowling League, served as a volunteer EMT in Gilmer County and was involved in and a leader in the Girl Scouts for years while her daughters were young.

Glenna is survived by her loving husband of 55 years, Rondel C. Miller; three daughters, Shirley J. Dawson of Greenwood, S.C., Deborah S. (Roger) Harris of Wooster, Ohio, and Karen M. (Eugene) Queen of Lockney, WV; one son, Randy R. Miller of Normantown; her beloved eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; three sisters, Lela Keim of Myersdale, Pa., Kate (George) Miller of Windham, Ohio, and Patty (Gene) Miller of Stumptown; three brothers, Brooks (Carolyn) Norman of Aurora, Ohio, Jerry (Bonnie) Norman of Norton, Ohio, and Dale (Sheila) Norman of Stumptown; and many nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one granddaughter, Megan Blanche Queen; and twin grandsons, Dean and Keith Dawson.

Funeral services will be 1 PM Monday at Steer Creek Church of Christ at Stumptown. Gene Miller and Vernon Kerns will officiate. Interment will be in the Collins Community Cemetery at Stumptown. Friends may call from 6-9 PM today at Stump Funeral Home, Arnoldsburg, and one hour prior to services Monday at the church.

Gilmer County High School Varsity Football Roster



Senior Football Roster

 No  Position  Name  Grade  Height  Weight
 1   WR/C   Ryan Greenlief   12   6'0   173 
 3   WB/OB   Matthew Roberts   11   5'11   140 
 4   QB/C   Samuel Dennison   10   5'10   150 
 5   RB/DB   Aaron Frymier   12   5'8   140 
 7   WB/C   Jacob Wolfe   12   5'7   147 
 9   QB/DB   Luke DeMarino   9   5'9   155 
 10   WR/RB   Joel Roberts   10   6'0   140 
 11   5WR/S   Daniel Dulude   12   5'8   138 
 15   WR   Jordan Knight   12   6'1   165 
 20   WB/DB   Devon Dennis   9   5'6   121 
 21   RB/LB   Jarrod Claypool   11   5'8   155 
 22   WR/DB   Travis Moss   12   6'1   145 
 23   WR/LB   Richy Marks   12   6'2   160 
 24   WR/DB   Jalil Hosey   11   6'0   170 
 25   WR/DB   Gabe Aviles   11   5'7   130 
 30   RB/LB   Andy Campbell   10   5'7   152 
 33   TE/DE   Caleb Moore   10   5'10   144 
 35   T/DT   Nathan Bell   9   6'0   160 
 39   RB/LB   Franklin Hosey   10   5'10   185 
 40   TE/DE   Josh Burton   11   5'11   165 
 44   QB/S   Zachary Burkhammer   12   5'11   140 
 50   T/DT   Robert Stump   10   5'11   190 
 51   OG/DT   Keith Stewart   10   5'10   165 
 55   DL/DT   Colton Hipp   10   5'9   180 
 56   OT/DT   Josh Miller   11   5'11   215 
 60   OT/DT   Alex Cottrill   10   6'2   260 
 61   OT/DT   Drew Simmons   12   6'1   205 
 62   OG/DT   Freddy Craig   12   5'11   160 
 65   C/DT   Bobby Nicholas   12   6'2   260 
 66   OL/DT   Emilio Aviles   9   5'7   190 
 70   OL/DT   Chuckie Self   10   6'0   220 
 71   G/DT   Stephen Carter   12   5'11   212 
 74   OL/DT   Nicky Heater   11   5'8   160 
 75   OT/DE   William Radcliff   11   6'3   250 
 77   OG/DT   Brandon Nelson   12   5'11   220 
 79   OT/DT   Brian Howes   11   6'0   250 
 80   TE/LB/K   Zechariah Cosner   12   5'9   160 
 84   G/OT   Seth Johson   9   5'10   160 
 88   K   Cam Kinder   10   5'10   150 
 91   WR/K   Dakota Ellyson   10   5'10   155 

 

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