Back in Glenville — ‘There’s no place like home!’

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EDWARD COON (L-R), “DENNY” TERRELL, AND VERA JEAN EAKLE MEET UP WITH AN OLD FRIEND AND PLAYMATE FROM RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET, WHEN MARY BLAND WHITING STRICKLAND HEARD THEY WERE VISITING THE HOLT HOUSE AND RAN OVER FOR A HEARTFELT AND CHEERFULL REUNION.


It’s always nice to come home to Glenville after a long absence, especially if you can gain entrance to your old home to relive some of those pleasant childhood memories on East Main Street.

In the recent visit of Vera Jean Nottingham Eakle’s family, the above hoped for reuniting took place without a fuss, because her old home is now the Historic Holt House Museum, the birthplace of Helen Holt Mollohan, the late wife of a U.S. Congressman and mother of another.

But, by way of introduction and attachment to this city and house, Vera Jean, about age 90, was a longtime secretary for Dr. Harry Heflin, the Glenville State College President, during the 1950s and early 1960s. “He was a wonderful man and I enjoyed working for him,” she states, adding: “I even worked for him part-time as a student.”

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GSC Flutist Mariah Daniels Performs Senior Recital

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MARIAH DANIELS OPENS RECITALS WITH STIRRING PERFORMANCE


Glenville State College’s Fine Arts Department kicked off their fall semester recitals Friday evening, September 16, with flutist Mariah Daniels taking the stage. Ms. Daniels, a senior music education major from Weston, performed a wonderfully versatile program that offered something for everyone.

Opening with German composer Wilhelm Popp’s charming waltz, Valse Gracieuse, Ms. Daniels had the audience quickly engaged. She, with Mrs. Anita White on piano, made the playful tune and lively accompaniment sound easy.

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Glenville State College mourns loss of student, former athlete

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DEJANA LUDOSKI HAPPILY HOLDS A VOLLEYBALL

A candlelight memorial service was held on Tuesday evening for a Glenville State College student who died as a result of a vehicle accident on Monday afternoon.

The death involved Dejana Ludoski, a former volleyball player, student assistant, and student worker in GSC’s Athletic Department. Originally from Belgrade, Serbia, Ludoski was studying Business Administration at Glenville State.

The second person involved in the accident was William Smith, of Joes Run Road in Sand Fork.

The call came in to local authorities at 2:44 p.m. on Mon., Sept. 19 for a two vehicular accident happening 3.8 miles outside of Glenville on Route 5 West.

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