COUNTY Schools Superintendent. The
Calhoun County, W.Va., Board of Education is accepting
applications for County Schools Superintendent. Must meet
qualifications for county superintendent. Salary/benefits
negotiable. 2 elementary schools; 1 middle/high school; 1
career center (secondary); 1,069 students; declining
enrollments; 108 professional personnel; 59 service
personnel; $9 million budget; 1 new elementary school; 1
reconditioned elementary school. For “Notice of Position
Vacancy,” application form and related materials, contact:
Calhoun County Schools Superintendent Search, c/o W.Va.
School Board Association,
P.O. Box 1008, Charleston, WV 25324,
or visit www.wvsba.org
(preferred). Application deadline: , Monday, March 3, 2014.
VACANCIES -- Calhoun County Schools is
now accepting applications for the positions of Substitute
Bus Operators. State Law requires that applicants submit to
various tests to show proficiency and they must have a high
school diploma or G.E.D. Applications are available at the
Board of Education Office,
540 Alan B. Mollohan Drive,
Mt. Zion, WV 26151,
or online at
For further information, you may call Marlan Zwoll at
354-7011, ext. 15. Applications must be submitted by
February 17, 2014, at
APPLICATIONS are being taken for a
part-time Deputy Sheriff in
Calhoun County. Must be a certified Law
Enforcement Officer and must pass a Civil Service
Examination. This position will be a 20 hour per week
position. Please submit resumes to the Calhoun County
Clerk’s Office; P.O. Box 230, Grantsville, WV 26147, no
later than 4:00 p.m., Friday, February 7, 2014.
DELIVERY Contractor Needed. Deliver The
Parkersburg News and Sentinel to stores and customers in the
Smithville and Grantsville area. Gross $600 profit per week.
Contact Joe Tranquill, 1-800-642-1997, ext. 253.
-- Westin brush guard off 2001 F-350, $250 obo. 354-6825.
-- 1998 Pontiac Transport
van, in great condition, asking $3,500. 354-6825 or
-- 92 acres, more or less, and farm house with 4 bed-rooms,
1 bath, and free gas. Asking $199,900. 354-6825 or
WANTED -- Standing timber trees from
school teacher ladies. Emory King’s, located at 4167, 3
miles down on Yellow Creek Road. 354-6688.
THE GRANTSVILLE Music Connection will
have its monthly sing at the Lions Club building on
Saturday, Feb. 8, at Sign up is at . 50/50
refreshments will be available. Everyone is welcome.
LOST & FOUND
LOST -- Pair of glasses between Knotts Memorial
Church and Pine Street. Please
DEPENDABLE, honest Christian lady will
sit with elderly, cleaning, cooking and errands. Call Brenda
CUMMINGS Tree Service -- Tree trimming,
removal and stump grinding. Located in
W.Va. Free estimates. Call John
Cummings at 304-532-9225.
roofing, flooring, tile work, windows, home repairs. Quality
work. Fair prices. Call Miles at 304-354-9266.
HANDYMAN -- Electric, plumbing, home
repair. Call Rick at 275-4399.
WANTED -- Teacher, shapely woman for
wife. Emory King, located at
4167 Yellow Creek Road. Call
354-6688. School teacher lady callers.
LOOKING for a new home? Check out Clayton Homes
of Buckhannon . . . New lenders with new financing programs.
Call today, 304-
472-8900. Check us out at
www.ClaytonHomesofBuckhannon.com. Been turned down
before? Give us a call. Get up to $8,000 back to “use as you
choose” (certain conditions apply) with your new home.
33, between Weston and Buckhannon, at Mile Marker #8. 4tc/2/6-27
NOTE OF THANKS
The family of Judy Meadows would
like to extend our heartfelt thanks to those who have
shared kind words with us, sent cards, food, and/or
flowers in the loss of our Mother and Grandmother. We
are also grateful to the Gilmer County
and the services they provided for her. A very special
thank you to Housecalls of Harrisville and Hospice of
Burnsville for the care you gave to our Mother and
Grandmother. Your compassion was a blessing. To Rick and
Jane Collins, Mary Oldaker, Rosie Wilt, Cyndi Kress,
Melissa Paxson, Donna Kreasko, Andi Shaffer, Elaine
Wolfe, and Carmel Goodrich, our appreciation for all of
your help, support, and faithful phone calls and visits
the past couple of months; it meant a lot to her and us.
Jim, Jennifer, Karleigh,
Bayleigh, and Jayme;
Mark, Donna, and Megan;
Donald and Connie
NOTE OF THANKS
The family of Delores Whited wants to
thank everyone who helped with her benefit. Donations are
too numerous to acknowledge and there were several things
that were anonymously donated. The love and generosity shown
by friends was overwhelming and eased some of the stress of
cancer treatments and expenses. A sincere and heart felt
thank you for all you did. Love you all.
Delores, Jack, Britni and Kenny
NOTE OF THANKS
The family of Joan Gordon would like to
thank Stump Funeral Home, everyone who called, sent food and
flowers, and those who opened and closed the grave. We would
also like to thank preachers Rick Metheney and Tim Hickman
for their kind words, and a special thank you to Timmy
NOTE OF THANKS
Thanks so much to everyone who braved
the weather on Sunday for our birthday party. Also, everyone
who sent cards or called.
Burl Simers and Family