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January 12, 1989

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January 12, 1989 Scouting provides girls with many learning opportuni- in and out of doors. These Gilmer County girls spent a about their outdoor environment and earned a while having lots of fun. A Balloon launch rounded 's activities. sale I ] Wilma and Ed Capps were in Glenville Friday to keep their doctors appointment. Ed is to enter the hospital Sunday, Janu- ary 8 to have some tests run. While they were in town they did my grocery shopping for me. I hope the doctor doesn't find anything serious wrong with Ed. There were ten at Sunday school on Sunday, January, 1 at the Tanner United Methodist Church. Clyde and Peggy Wade are visiting their son, Rodney and his wife. Rodney is in the Army. He is stationed out West. I for- get which state he is in. I think it is Missouri Well since I don't have much news this week I'll add a recipe. Girl Scouts are invited at the Cookie kick-off. Awards RHUBARB JAM in the annual kick- will be presented to winners and Eight (8) cups rhubarb, cut the Girl Scout Cookie runners-up for each of the five into real small cubes, six (6) Festivities will be held at age levels of Girl Scouting-- cups granulated sugar, two (2) Mall in Br- Daisy, Brownie, Junior, small boxes strawberry Jello. on Saturday, January Cadette, and Senior Divisions. Pour the sugar over the rhubarb from 2-3:15 p.m. The Entertainment by Gift Scoutan stir well. Prepare this in the for this year's cookie sale troops has been scheduled, evening and stir 3 or 4 times and Fair," and this theme Songs about each of the seven let set over night. Then the next carried out in the activi- varieties of Girl Scout cookies morning stir thoroughly. Place the afiemoon, have been written by the girls on heat and bring to a boil. Cook iris will have the oppor- and will be performed in the about 5 minutes add the Jello to participate in a number Center Court area at Meadow- and boil 5 to l0 minutes longer, including the Cookie brook Mall. stirring constantly. Pour in hot the Great Cookie The Girl Scout cookie sale sterilized jars and seal while hot. Cookie on a String, starts on January 20 and contin- Maybe I'll have more news Munch, and Hot ues through February 5. If a next week. So come on Willard There will be a Girl Scout fails to knock on your Ellyson let us hear about your Walk, along with a door and you are interested in trip to Columbus. I hope your Jar and a Guess Cookie. purchasing Girl Scout cookies, wife got a good report from her individual Girl Scout please call the Girl Scout Field doctor. are busily conducting Center at 622-6561 or call Sally within their troops toYeager at 462-7671 in your Retired poster that best exam-area. ~PI~OI I VV I cookie sale and the The Black Diamond Girl program. These win-Scout Council is a United Way emr.o' entries will be judged agency, to meet r the Gilmer County High Newspaper Class MINI-TITANS WIN OPENER Gilmer County Mini-Ti- their first game of on Tuesday, Jarmary They rolled Walkersville Broncos Doug Heater lead all with 16 and Eddie for 12. Other were Will Ratcliff with 7 Poole with 4. ,' Mini-Titan starting for- Doug Heater and Joey center is Eddie Carder. of the team are: Woodford, Kevin Hess, T.J. Stevens, Jeff and George The manager is Tim is Tammy The of the Mini- COMPUTER FUN GAME The Gilmer County High School students in grades 7-12 are participating in a computer fun game sponsored by the Var- sity Spirit Squad as a fund rais- The Gilmer County Associa- tion of Retired School Employ- ees will meet Wednesday, Janu- ary 18, at 12:30 p.m., at Gilmer County Recreation Center. They will hear explained the state leg- islative program for 1989. Among items included in the West Virginia Association of Retired School Personnel Legis- lative Program is a request that ing project. Each student could the West Virginia Legislature emir at ao cos,byfiging,om a fun(1 LLc.Tcachc '= Retirement 33-question entry form. TheSystem'Fund in ac rdance with computer will match each stu- the laws of the state, a fact dent with the ten most compat- ible persons at GCHS. This computer dating game will match guys with girls of the same grade, one grade higher, and two grades lower. The girls will be matched with guys two grades above, same grade, and are David Moyers one below. Those students who Ratliff.Other, are curious about their top ten may purchase the list from the Varsity Spirit Squad for $1.50. Students have found this com- puter game fun and exciting. They are anxiously awaiting the results which should arrive within two weeks. play two this week. On Tuesday, they hosted Sutton and Jan. 12 they will County prior to the lan game at GCHS. only one game is with Jane Lew, away 19. LOSE TO CALHOUN Gilmer County Freshmen to Calhoun January 5 to Red Devils. At the end first quarter of play, the Frosh was tied with 8 all. The half time Showed Gilmer leading The Red Devils came the third quarter to take 30-28. A hot streak by Frosh in the fourth gave them a 40-36 win Titans. The leading for Gilmer was Jason With 20 points. He was by Jason Jones with 4, 4, David Rich 2, 2, Richard Bailey Shackleford 2. The play two home games again Clay County Jan. 9 and Wirt Jan, 12. They host Spencer On Jan. Jan. 12th game with will be a double as the Mini-Titans will followed by the Games will be held High School. Freshnaen basketball Coached by Mr. Scott team roster includes: Jason Hayner, Jason Fisher, Jason Bailey, Mike and Mark Grogg. THANKS FOR THE which the Legislature has blandly overlooked in recent years. Members of the county group who are in charge of next Wednesday's luncheon program are Nelson L. Wells, Helen James, Lestelle Murphy, and Mary Davidson. All persons who plan to at- tend the meeting need to make reservations by telephoning Miss Mabel Wolfe, chairperson of the telephone committee, at 462-7129. President of GCARSE is Mrs. Reva Bennett. Miss Virginia West is vice-president and pro- gram chairperson. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1 The talent show held on De- cember 23 at CCHS was organ- ized by Mrs. Becky Sprouse. She and the students would like to thank area merchants for their donations of cash and merchan- Teresa M. Putman of Glen- disc for talent show winners and ville was arrested January 4, for door prizes. The contribu- 1989 for driving under the imqu- tors included: Creative Design, ence and taken before the Mag- Dr. Villanueva, Flying W. Plas- istrate. tics, Foodland, Gil-Co Phar- Francis Pyles of Glenville macy, Hair Expo, Hardman was arrested for public intoxica- Home Center, Kanawha Union tion January 6. Pyles was taken Bank, Pizza Royale, Sears, To before the Magistrate and taken Your Health, and Wilson's Car- to Weston State Hospital. pet Center. Thanks is also ex- Leonard Pritt of Linn was ar- tended to the GCHS Student rested January 7 for public in- Council for their help in organ- toxication and sent to Weston izing the event and to Daniel State Hospital. Reed for being the MC. With- The City Police responded to out the great support of busi- a call on January 9 from a nesses and people in Gilmer Brooklyn Drive resident. The County, many of the extra ac- resident reported holes in the tivities for our GCHS students window apparently being fired would not be possible. Again from a weapon. The incident is the student body at Gilmer still under investigation. County High School says thank you. SEMESTER TEST SCHEDULE January 25th is the end of the FRESHMEN AND MINI- nine weeks at Gilmer County TITAN CHEERLEADERS High School. The students will Cheefleadcr selection was be taking semester tests and held just before Christmas break completion tests during these for the GCHS Freshmen and days: January 20, semester Mini-Titan squads. Those cho- tests; January 24th, completion sen for the Freshmen squad are: tests. Report cards arc sched- Charity Gay, Missy Frye, Jenny uled to go home January 30th. Johnson, Alison Kroim, Lisa McHenry, and alternate, Jessica Wade. The Mini-Titan squad con- sists of: Gina Hoard, Hilary Miller, Amanda Collins. Lurenda McClain, Ellen Post, and altemate, Julia Fisher. Both squads arc coached by Mrs. Nancy McVancy. ! People believe if you rub your feet with garlic, you will be healthy. The Glenviile Democrat-Pathfinder 7 REALTOR AGENCY INC. MINERAL RD.-Three BR home with LR, kitchen, 1 1/2 baths, laundry, outbuildings, good drilled well, hot water gas heal large lot with garden, $45,500. MINERAL RD.--3 BR ranch with LR, DR-kitchen, 1 1/2 baths, full basement with 4 rooms; garage, breezeway, large lot with big garden space;. MUST BE SEEN. EXCEL- LENT CONDITION. PRICE: $69,000. SHERIDAN ST.-3 BR home has LR, kitchen-DR, bath, lots of closets; possible FmHA financing. $42,000 STEWART'S CK.--4 BR home using free gas with LR, DR, kitchen, bath, half basement, aluminum skllag, forced air gas furnace, central air conditieniag, deck in back. MAKE AN OFFER. GROCERY STORE FOR SALE-All fixtures, furnishings, equipment and real estate. Established business. Lots of potential. CALL FOR DETAILS. TOLER'S FORK--Approximately 15 acres more or less with building she. $8,000. RT. 5--Nice 2 BR home with, bath, partial basement, remodeled bath. Five acres of land, barn, 12x26 garage. PRICE: $44,500. Nice location. ALUM BRIDGE AREA-67 acres of land on rock basd road. Excellent hunting. PRICE: $10,000 (2302) SAND FORK--2 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen, bath, utility room. New water pump & tank, lots of remodeling. Approx. 1/2 acre lot. PRICE: $25,000. POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCING. SAND FORK-1 1/2 story home with LR,, bath, FR could be 3rd BR, fug basement, 2 enclosed porches, 2 webs, forced air furnace, old garage, good garden =pot. $42,900. COLLEGE ST.-Two =toW home with lot= of remodeling. LR, DR, new kitchen, large bath, 3 BR, woodbumer in LR, cellar, garage, 2 porchea, off-atreet parking. PRICED TO SELL KANAWHA ST.--2 lots w#h good b~lding sites and city UtilitY. Close to town. PRICE: $10,000 each. COLLEGE ST.--1 1/2 story home with LR, DR, kitchen, bath, full basement, floor furnace, vinyl siding, new roof. PRICE: $48,000. MOBILE HOME--3 BR mobile home with expando in LR, add-on in lots of deck. $16,000. w~h c~ md gravel road. CALL FOR DETAILS. (1101) LEADING CREEK--Hunting & flahing camp with LR, kitchen, 2 BK Some fumiehinge Included. UPPER HORN CK.--110 acre farm with 4 BR home, LR, DR, kitchen, bath, utility, free gas reported, cellar & celiarhouse, outbuildings, barn, good timber, buttomiand, pasture. PRICE: $67,000. (806) NUTTER RUN--3 BR home with LR, DR-kitchen, FR, bath, partial basement, fenced yard, very nice pool with lots of deck, woodbumiag stove, garden area, storage shed. Seven acres of land. PRICE: $52,500. SPERRY CABIN RUN--25 acres of good hunting land off of Spruce Run. PRICE: $6,500. SAND FORK--Two story home with 4 BR, 2 baths, basement, new kltcban, lots of insulation & remodeling. $28,000. HICKORY HOLLOW RUN--Two pameb of land. One piece containing 24.90 sere=, other tract is larger. Rock haas rood. (902) STEWART'S CK.--1 1/2 story home with LR with fireplace, DR-kitchen with natural wood cabinets, 3 BR, 2 bathe, 2 extra room=, cellar, garage with apt. with LR with fireplace, 2 BR, bath, kilchen. FREE GAS being used. PRICE: $6S,000. KANAWHA ST.-7 lots with suitable bldg. sites. City utilities close. INOIAN FK.--Fmme house with 3 DR, LR, DR, kitchen, bath and cellar. Nice bvel lot. PRICE: $20#00. INDIAN FK.--Over 8 acres with older house, free gas reported, ddlled well, some meadow and large woods. PRICE: $10,500. (1800) RT. 33/11g---Large hulldlag with some equipment, was general atore. Block garage bldg. PRICE: S55,000. HAYS CITY-Store bldg. with storage room & garage, nice epL ,over store, Parking area, Also 3 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen, bath. all of this for one LOW PRICE. GRASS RUN--Mobile home with LR-idtchen ml, 2 BR, bath with laundry. New cabinets, new carpet. 2 room bldg., cegar, storage bldg. Very nice lot contains 8/10 acre. $22,500 TRACE FORK-It0 acrel of land, 2 water wells, possible free gas, good hunting. $14,500. (1915) DUCK RUN--Ranch style home with 3 BR, LR, DR-kitchen, 1 1/2 bathe, full basement, deck. 3 acres of level land. $49,900 SAND FORK-3 BR home, LR with fireplace, kitchen, DR, bath, utility, newly remodeled inside and out; garage, sbed. $35,000. SOUTH ST.--,1 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen, bath, enclosed tide porch, front porch, outbldg, interior has been remodeled with new Idlchen. Nice level lot. $26,000. WALNUT ST.---3 BR home with LR, kitchen, bath, full basement, forced air gas furnace, air conditioning. $35,000. ALUM BRIDGE-3 BR honw with LR,, FR, bath, lots of remodeling, block outbuilding, 27 acres of land. $55,000. BROOKLYN ORivE.Exceflant older home with LR, DR, Id1han, 3 BR, bath, utility room, hew carpet. PRICED TO SELL. SAND FORK-NIce modem home with large LR with fireplace, dining room, kitchen with lots of cabinets & bar, office or FR, 2 large 8Ra, 3 baths, laundry roans Extra lot included in sale h~ uUilty hook-up. PRICED TO SELL MINERAL RD.-Two story brick home with 3 BR, LR, DR, kitchen, 1 1/2 baths, full ba~m~ent, sun room, porch, nek flonre & trim, good ondllio~ ~ b also available with houas IXlrcbaas. CALL FOR APPT. TO SEE. BALDWIN-3 DR home with LR, DR, kitchen, bath, full balxmwnt wtth FR with fireplace, bath, utility & getup. PRICE: $42,000. SAND FORK-lik~ bldg. ,lOxt0 with 15x40 aton~le room. One acre of land. CALL FOR DETAILS. RT. ~1/1 lg SOLRH-AR~o~lnm~dy uvan acr~ of land with b~ ~ aM (Idled wen. ~e~00. SAND FORK-2 ~ Ixdkflng presently houslng general i~xe, Ula~ld~ could M al~ Ho~e with LR, DR, kitchen, 4 BR, Almost one acre of land oa RU S and Sand Fodt Reed. PRICED TO SELL WALNUT ST.-3 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen with appliances, 2 baths, basement has FR with fireplace, office, study, 1/2 bath, garage. PRICE: $64,000. (501) MINERAL RD.--Ranch style home has LR with fireplace, 3 BR, DR-kitchen area, 1 1/2 baths, utility area, FR with wondhumen PRICED TO SELL. (206) WALNUT ST..--3 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen, bath. Full basement with FR, bath, utility room with =ink & atove, room that could be used for BR. Back deck, garage, air conditioning. New painted exterior. OWNER WANTS TO SELL. LICK RUN--3 BR mobile home, LR-kitchan, 1 1/2 bathe, 2 porches, outMdg,, fenced garden, nice level lot. PRICED TO SELL. N. coURT ST.--TWO BR home with new kitchen, LR-DR, bath, basement. PRICED IN $30'e. JESSE'S RUN--40 acres with 3 DR home, LR, DR, kitchen, parlor, 1 1/2 baths, 2 BR apt. Living area at back of house. Large garage. Satellite dish, lree gas, good water from epnag and well. $78,000. N. COURT ST.--Two BR home with new kitchen, LR.DR, bath, basement. PRICED IN $30's. (1004) S. LEWIS ST..-4 BR home with LR, kitchen, bath, full baasmant, nice yard in beck, newlypainted. PRICE: $27,000. MOBILE HOME--1984 Victorian (14x62). LR, Or-kitchen, 2 BR, bath, laundry, central air. LIKE NEW. $16,200. THIRD RUN-LOTS--LOTS of all sizes, reasonably pdced. MAIN ST.--2 story building with business space in front, apt. in back, room upstairs for more apts. POWELL ST.--Buildiag with 4 apartments. Convenient Iocatinn. Good income. PRICE: $65,000. (1103) GLUCK RUN--.4 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen, 1 full bath, 2 half b~ fame/morn; air conditioned, using free gas; 5 acmd land, large garden, garage in basement. REDUCED FROM $75,000. LEFT HAND FORK OF STEER CK.--6 1/2 acres with nice building s~e, drilled weB. $16,500. CERAMIC BUSINESS-Everything you need except a building, 1600 molds, kiln, pouring machine, greenwara, many other w~ppliee. al~ tame, chair=, shelving. $7,S00. RT. 47 & 18.-1 1/2 story home has LR, DR, 3 BR, kitchen, bath, full basement, garage, free gas being used. 14.2 acres. $60,000 RIVER ST.--2 horn. side by aide. Live in one, rent the other. BARGAIN PRICED. EXCELLENT RENTAL HOMES. VANHORN DR.-Modern home with over 3,000 eq. !I. living area, including basement, 2-car garage, small barn, 8 acres of land, lanced pasture area. PRICE: $125,000. SAND FORK AREA-3 BR home with large LR, DR-kitchen, bath, full basement with garage. Extra lot included in price. N. LEWIS ST.--Two atoP/building with basement. Street level being used for a business. Rental apartment. Good location. PRICED TO SELL WALNUT ST.--2 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen, utility, garage. PRICE: $40,000. REDUCED TO $32,000. HOWARD ST.-2 BR home with LR, kitchen, bath, full basement. New roof, completely insulated, vinyl siding, deck, low utilities, close to college & town. PRICE: $24,500. MAKE OFFER! RT. 5--3 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen, bath, wcodbuming stove, total electric. Nmoat one acre. PRICE: $49,500 WEST MAIN ST.--3 DR mobile home with LR, DR.kltchen, front & back porches, garage with 28x12 storage area, central air. Nice lot. $25,000. 003) RT. 47--Two story home near Troy with LR, DR, ~chen with nlce cabinets, 4 BR, bath, utility room, cellar. !3.89 acre of land with 4-1taB horse barn, hayehed & pond. Hou~:has had lots of remodeling, PRICE: $50,000. SINKING CK.-4 BR home with LR-DR, kitchen, bath, large barn, cellar, milk house, old barn, utellita, 25 acres of land. $49,500. NEWBERNE..3 BR home with LR, DR-kitchen, bath, Utility room, cellar, bern, garage, outbuilding, garden spot; approx. 1 acre. Moot of house is new conatmctlon. $,14,500. JOE'S RUN-NIce ranch style home on level 3/4 acre Not. Home hal LR, kitchen, 3 BR, bath, garage. PRICED TO SELL DUCK RUN-2S acres of good hunting land. Free gas and rr~d/,etabla timber reported. 16 11. cam#ng trailer, alectdc hookup. PRICE: $10,500. N. LEWIS ST.-3 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen, bath, full basement, hardwood floor=, #altered walls, newly painted interior. PRICE: $20,000. NEWBERNE RO.--Ona acre of land with 2 mobile homes. One Is e 12xS0 Marion (1974) with 2 BR and 2 room add,ion. 10xS0 Ritzcrdt, 2 BR. 2 good wells, 2 septic systems, garage, outbuildings. Bye in one, rent the other. $25,000. LYNCH RUN--3 6R mobile home with LR, DR4dtcben, bath, 4 anree of land just off RL S FJ. PRICE: $2S~00. LICK FORK: New ranch style home with 24.7 acre. Home hal LP,, OR-Idtchen, 2 DR, FR that could be 3rd BR, 1 1/2 baths, 26x2ll garage. Very low utHitiaa, pretty location. Must be seen to be alp pr~ed. ~S,000. STEWART'S CK..-5 acrea with 2 large metal bidge. Lots of potonti~. $100#00. KANAWHA ST.-Older 2 BR home, LR, kitchen, bath, pa~litinned ba~rment, 4 nice lot~. pRICED TO SELL COLLEGE ST.-.3 8R home in good condition, LR, DR with atrium door, kitchen, laundry, full lummant, off-=trNt paddng. OWNER WANTS TO SELL HOWARD ST..2 BR honw with LR, kitchen, bath, full Ixmmant t.B 2 BR, bath. Would be excellent rental property. OWNER WANTS TO SELL WALNUT S1"..-,1 DR home with I.R, k~han, balh, lull bmement, fo~M ~ he~ ~ condidoned. PRICE: $3S~00 Mary Lee McPherson Broker 462-7039 Brad McPherson.Agent 462.5544 Rtzwaler-Agent 462-7136 110 E. Main St., Glenville, WV Monday lhru Frlda'), to 5:00 Saturday 9:00 to 12:0 Office