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8 The GlenviHe Democrat/Pathtinder January 15. 1976 O p REALTOR Offiee 364.8365 or 364-5547 Evenings 765-2401 OOO new are currently list of properties to our country. US now place, we need your all over your listing! O Little Otter: Almost new 3 bedroom modular home on 3 big lots near Gassaway in a nice neighborhood, $23,900. SPECIAl Brougt ton Milk Gal iug $t 59 SUPER EI I E Bug Ridge: Beautiful one acre lot, pine trees, level, perfect place for home or trailer, $2,500. per Station: 195 acres of wild and wonderful West Virginia. 6 room wholesale gas, secluded, private, and excellent hunting, $150.00 acre. Polemic Run: 83 acres, beautiful remote mountain timberland, ap- 8 acres tillable, fruit trees, drilled well, excellent hunting, Near Baker's Run Camping Area: Modern 2 bedroom camp, fireplace, all conveniences, on a one acre lot, $14,900. Big Run: 16 acres and a very nice older 2 bedroom mobile home, secluded and private but accessible, wooded acreage with enough cleared for lawn and garden. Very good buy at $13,500. Near Staanton, Virginia: A-frame chalet on one-half acre lot fenced with rustic post and rails. Right outside Frost, W.Va., on Route 28, about one-half hour from Hot Springs, Va. Excellent hunting and fishing area. A.frame has living room, kitchen and dining area, one bedroom and bath downstairs, big sleeping loft upstairs. All furnished, well built, in ex- cellent condition, $16,900. Lick Run near Centralla: 240 acres of remote property, 4 wheel drive access, large quantity of marketable timber, beautiful fast running mountain stream, excellent hunting, many springs, about 10 acres fiat and fertile, balance in pasture and trees, $125.00 per acre. Gilmer County: 70 acres, 2 rivers come together on the edge of 10 acres of dead flat land. Stand of timber, , mile of river frontage, Near Glenvllle: 65 acres of timberland with access from Routes 33 and 119. Good building sites, $12,500. Route 33, two miles from Glenville: 2 acre lot with good building sites, $7,500. Glenvllle: Attractive 6 room house on 2 acres bordering blacktop road within two miles of Glenville. A good buy at $16,900. Nlcut: 153 acres in the head of a hollow, fair access, about 40 acres meadow, 5 acres tillable, balance in pasture and young timber. Year round springs, stream, pond, free gas, good house sites, $2,000. Sugar Camp Run: 85 acres fully fenced with 5 strands of new wire. A beautiful oasis with a stream, springs, pastures, 2 dug wells and a few outbuildings. 50 tillable acres and very good house sites, $17,S00. Near Baker's Run Recreation Area: 25 acres perfect for a camp. Excellent hunting and fishing, good building sites, fruit trees, springs, and a store nearby, $6,500. Little Otter Creek: 54 acres, 40 of which are in the Gassaway Corporate Hmlts. All in timber, with some good building sites, 2 deeded right of ways but no road to the property yet, S12,500. 524 Elk Street, Gassaway: A 3 story brick building housing on the top leer 4 furnished apartments, on the main floor a department store, and lu the basement a night club. The building Is currently renting for month. An excellent investment opportunity, 2 acres right outside Gassaway: One level spot dozed off for trailer, gas and electricity, balance of land is steep, $900.90. Little Birch: 45 acres, rough and wild, $5,900. Calhoun County: Access to this acre, 20 percent take less on cash deal. $65.00 per vments. Owner may 557 acres in Ritchie County: rougher, wilder and worse access than the be rementloned property, $59.00 per acre. To be viewed at your own Hsk! Exchange: 13.5 acres with 1970 model mobile home expanded living room, on blacktop road, all $13,S00. Stop By Our Office Pick Up A Free Copy Of Our Latest II Beef cattle short Mrs. Claude Lawsem Mrs. Freda V. Lawson, 75, former resident of Broad Oaks. died in a local nursing home at 1:55 a. m. Sunday. Dec. 28, following an extended illness. She was born in Gilmer County. Nov. 22. 1900. a daughter of the late Clarence and Core Rymer Queen. She was preceded in death by her husband, Claude Lawson in January. 1968. Surviving are two sisters. Mrs. Roscoe (Valeria) Flasher. Troy. and Mrs. Ivan {Bonnie} Farnsworth, Weston; a sister-in-law Mrs. Thelma Queen, six nieces and four nephews. She was preceded in death by two sisters and one brother. Mrs. Lawson attended the Church of the Nazarene. P.O.E. Jim Wegmann, Inc. your authorized Volkswagen-VoNo- Mazda Deak r 1710 - 14th St. Parkersburg, W. Vs. 485-5461 set for The problems of the beef cattle discuss "Plans grower and the future of the beef Virginia Beef cattle industry will be featured in Tuesday evening. Mrs. Carmen Hays Dulln discussions at th annual Beef Cattle Other Mrs. Carmen Hays Dulin. a Short Course, Jan. 20-21. sponsored by Woodson, former resident of Sutton. died at the West Virginia University College of the Camden. Tennessee. Tuesday morning. Agriculture and Forestry and the WVU who will discuss December 30, 1975. Canter for Extension and Continuing Other Mane She was bern in Gilmer County. aEducation to be held at Jacksons Mills. Tuckwiller. daughter of the late John E. and Louise According to Joe Emch. WVU farmer -- "The Hays. Extension animal husbandry specialist. Program As I See She was married to Arch G. Dulinthe first session will begin on Tuesday, WVU animal of Sutton. who preceded her in death. Jan. 20. at 1:30 p.m. "The WVU Beef She is survived by two sons. Arch Among the guest speakers will be and Bull H. of Camden. Tennessee. and John A. Dr. Phil Phar. former WVU Extension who will discuss of West Palm Beach, Florida; twoanimal husbandry specialist, who is sisters, Mrs. Paul C (Ruby) Stalnaker consultant-nutritionist for some 17 A q of Glenvflle and Mrs. E. W. (Lyda} commercial fee(riots throughout the be held at the end Lingham of Mt. Dora, Florida; seven West and Mexico. In his two addresses "Information grandchildren and nine great-grand- Phar will discuss "A Look at the Short Course children. Commercial Fesdlot Industry" (Tues- all beef cattle Mrs. Dulin attended Glenville day afternoon. Jan. 20}, and "Thefeed, Normal School and taught for several Feedlot Performance of Feeder Cattle markel ug years in Gilmer and Braxton Counties. and Calves of Different Types, Breeds, ted, noting She was an active member of and Grades," on Wednesday morning, be charged. Christ Church United Methodist of Dr. Dale Zinn, Dean. WVU College Meals and Sutton. where funeral services were of Agriculture and Forestry. willarranged at the held at p.m.. Friday. January 2. with the Reverend Martin Berisford officiating. Burial was in Sutton Cemetery. t.yu L Maynard Lowell Ellyson, 42, of When an oflman talks about a classified as Clinton, O. was fatally injured in a car stripper, he usually isn't talking about well is officially one 1 accident Sunday, Jan. 4, in Akron, O. adult entertainment. He's talking barrels or less Bern in Cox's Mills, he was a sonabout an oil well such as those found in In West of Gideon and Alma Harvey Rllyeon. of the hills of West Virginia. daily output Cox's Mills. Strippers account for 13 percent barrel, but He was preceded in death by an of this country's oil production. Every produce 2.4 millioe infant brother, barrel they produce is a barrel that He was an employee of the doesn't have to be imported. West in other states, to~ General Tire Co. in Akron, served four Virginia. for example, has 13.500 oil years in the Air Force durin8 thewells, all but a handful of them Korean Conflict, and was a member of the Greensbur8 Temple Baptist Church. Idmatlum Steele He is also survived by his wife, Gravesida rites were held Sunday Yvonne Sheets Eilymm~ two sons. Don Janaury llth at 3 P.M. at Smith S. and Kevin Lowell. both of Clinton: Cemetery at Stout's Mills for two brothers, Charles of North Canton, Johnathan Phillip Steele, stillborn son O,, and William, of Wfllianmtowm and of John Melvin and Marjorie Lou a sister. Mrs. Velma Jean Adams, of Hickman Steele of Stont's Mills. Harrisville. Besides the parents, surviving are Maternal and Paternal Grandparents: Funeral servic m were Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Steele of St. Jan. 8. at 2 p.m. at the SpurseonMary's and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mortuary in Glenville with the Rev. Hickman of Stouts Mills. Rev. William Charles Mullen officiating. Burial was Griffin officiated and services by in the Alice Cemetery. Spurgeon Mortuary, Glenville. ---IIIH I Consolidated Report of Condition of" .................... ........ i .................................. " ................ " .................. in the State ............ and Domestic Sv41midiarles at the close of business on ......... ecermer..3. ...... ,19..75_, 1 ASSETS ~. Cash and due from banks (hududia( $ unpe~ld d~itl~.t~.. ~...~,~ (a) U.S. Treasury seeuritiel ............................................................ $ "p"~t,Z"J*lU(Total (item (b) Obligations of Federal Financing Bank ................................... $ ~2(a) & (b)) = 2 3. Obligations of other U.S, Government aglmeles and corporatious,. 8 4. ObUlaUons of States and politi,-I mbdlvldons. 4 5. Other ~uritim (Including 1, , eorl~.tm .rodin) .] 5 S. Trad/ng seemmt eseurttim S 7. Federld funds sold and a~mrities purelumed undf agre~nenm to ~ i,/ 8. Other losns ............................ 8 9. Bank ~ furniture and flztur~, and oth~ ~ repe~entl~ baak peemia~ .................................. 9 I0. Real rotate owned other than bank pr~nisl I0 U. Investments in ~ulmidiartm not eommlidatod 11 12. Customer's liability to this bank on acceptances out.eroding 12 18. Other assets (item 6 of "Other Assets")(ineludi~ $. dlmct ~ 18 14. TOTAL ASSETS 14 LIABILITIES 15. Demand dep~t~ of individud~ p~rtmm~p~, and ~poratio~ 16. Time and ~vi~ deposits of individu~ lmrtmm~l~, a~i mrporatiom 17. Depmita of United States Government 18. Depodte of Statm and political mbdivbiom 19. Depmit~ of foreil~ gove~meats and odleial im~/tutio~ 20. Deports of eonunereial banks ............................................. ~1. ~td and offleers' 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS .............. iB0~}; ~'~ (a) Total demand depodte ............................................... (b) Total time and savings depesite ....................................................................... $16 = t. 32: 074.89 28. Federal ftmds purd~u~d and ~mrit~ sold und~ ~ to relmrdm~ 24. Othe llabilitt~ for I~rrom~d money 25. Mortpge indebtedmm .......... 26. Aemptanees executed by or for aeeount of thta bank sad OUt~,Lmflq 27. Other liabi]it/m 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES .............................. 29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDA~D SUBSIDIARIES RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 1 30. Reserve for bad debt losses On loans (est up pursuant to Interred l~v~mue Service rulings) ........ ................... I 81. Other reserves on loans ............................................................................................................................................... 82. Reserves on securities ........................................................................................................................ 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ......... CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 34. Capital notes and debon~ ............. ~. (specify interest rate and maturity of eseh issue outstanding) 35{ Equity capital, total ............................................................................................................. I 1 2 $ 4 36. Preferred stock-total par value ....................... .............................................................. (No. shares out~tandie~ ) 37. Common ~ek-tot~d par value ............................................................................... (No. ~h~ auth~-~d~) (No. ~ o~teum~q 2. G(X] ) 33. Surplu~ .............................................................................................................. 89. Undivided peofits ............................................................................................................. 40. Reserve for eontingeae/m and oth~ ealdtal rmervm ............ 41, TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................................................. 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES. RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . . MEMORANDA I. Average of total depoeita foe the 15 calendar days m~dinl with call date ..................... 2, Average of total loins for the 15 calendar ~ ending with ~ date ................ 3. Unearned discount on instalment loans included in total eap/tsl aorounte,i. ..... 4. Standby letters of credit_ .................... SWKAM ; ..... 3no.,. E ... Arbuc,k! e,..Pre.@! dent ............ / is (MAKK MARK FOR NOTARY'S SEAL) #.. rg!.n I e Gllmer stripper wells are Until July, government held oil at $5.25 a controls in order production. Apparently worked: ' 'The production has renewed i~ cleanonts. and general ties. wells abandoned smallest increase i~ any of the vast When buying look for on~ ish cut or a tinge of sweetest.