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January 23, 1976

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i/i files for Carol Ann Foster engaged to Jeffrey N.Lowe Democrat from County, has filed the House of 23rd Delegate Calhoun. Clay and was first elected Delegates in 1974, redistricting plan of Mr. and Mrs. is married to the isa College and He is now Manager of Inc.. of Little M@Q@QO@OO@@@@OO 0 Js now " iDUt off planning , hoping it will ~ itself. Ihis happen to talk soon about income, disabil- ~ and other : may have to familys finan- : we do care ., m. : Avenue Va. 261o5." 29 4 1 : 29 s3sa : : New York, N.Y. ; Hareld V. lamg As a freshman leRislmnr. Harnld served on the House Finance Committee. Roads and Transportation and State and Federal Affairs Committee. Looking back on his First term in the House of Delegates he commented, "A great amount of lon hours SO into the Legislative process. The Legislative process is a slow. deliberate process which is so very necessary in our democratic form of government. I have been fortunate to represent the people of the 23rd Delegate District. I hope you give me the opportunity to serve you again." Mrs. Lorraine Foster of Sand Fork and Mr. Bruce Foster of Glenville, announce the engagement of their only daughter, Carol Ann. to Mr. leffrey N. Bookmobile Schedule: Wednesday, Jan. 21 from 1-3 p.m. at l~wmaatown Grade School. Wednesday and Thursday, Jan, 21-22 from 4-7 p.m. and 11-3 p.m., Main Street Glenville. "l'nursday - January 22 from 12-6 p.m. Bloodmobile Sponsored by GOBS. tmcation is basement of Ist Baptist Church in GlenviIle. Call 462-7807 for full details. Thureday - January 22 at 8-11 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. Blood procure and diabetic screening clinic at Gilmer County Health Dept. on Mineral Road. Tuesday - lLnoar~ 27, Sealer Citizens bus will run to Stumptown to pick residents up for Nutri Program at Senior Citizen Center in Glenvtlle. Call 462-5149 ff you wish to ride the bus. :............-...-~ p:~/. !:i: Wednesday - January 28 at 7;30 p.m. Folk Festival meeting in City Hall. Publk invited. Wednesday - January 28 at 7 p.m. Cienville Branch of the Amecican Amodation of Univers//y Women at the Wesley Bufldin$. Program: "Yes 1 Can". II NIGHT WED. WED. MON. MON. CALHOUN-G CAREER CENTER NIGHT SCHOOL SCHEDULE BEGINNING JANUARY 26, 19 5 COST OF MATERIAL FEE DESCRIFHON & NOTES $12.00 $10.00 COURSE DEALS WITH GENERAL STORE SECURITY, DETECTING SHOI'LUrrERS, LEGAL RIGHTS, CHECK CASHING, SALES B~~. APPROX. FIRST 6 WEEKS W'ILL DEAL ONLY VVITH STORE SECURITY. COURSE DEALS WTrH PREPARATION OF SHORT FORM, STATE AND FEDEILAL INCOME TAX RETURNS. A CONTINUATION OF A~G I - A REVIEW FOB PEOPLE WHO HAVE COMPLETED ONE YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL BOOKKEEPING. AN ADVANCED TYPING CLASS DEALING WTFH THE PREPARATION OF BUSINESS LETTERS, FORMS, ETC. MON. S10.00 BASIC SEWING TF_.CIINIQUES. WED. $10.00 MON. $10.00 WED. I;10.00 MON. $10.00 CREATIVrrY VS. MONE~ IN HOME DEORATING. CHOOSING PATTERNS, FFFr~G THEM TO YOUR FIGURE. ALTEmSG n .DY CHOOSING tqJ, G TO YOuR glNJDY]NG THE COMPLWrE AUTOMOTIVE FUEL SYSTEM INCLUDING CARmYltETOR REBUILDING. USE OF THE FRONT END MACHINE. BRAKE LATHE, TURNING DWJMSo DISC, ETE. MON. $15.00 WED. $20.00 MON. fklO.00 A CAM3RSE IN BASIC REPAIRS SUCH AS SOLDERING BASIC MrELDING, SIMPLE USE OF SHEET METAL, WOODWORKING, BASIC USE OF HAND AND POWER TOOLS. THEORY AND PRACTICE IN WIRING AND PLUMBING YOUR HOMIL BASIC WORK ON METAL LATHES INCLUDING THEORY, PRACTI(~ AND READING OF MACHINE SHOP DRAWINGS AND FRINTS. WED. S50.00 MON. 112.00 "USING ELECTUC ARC WELDING IN BASIC FUNCTIONS. "COURSE DEALS WITH BASIC REFRIGERATION THEORY, WORKING ON REFRIGEILATOit MOTORS & CONTROLS & WORKING WrrH SMALL APPLIANCES, TROUBLESHOOTING AND itEP~G THESE SMALL AFIPLIANCES. In | Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. B.H. Lowe of Normantown. Miss Foster is a 1974 graduate of Gilmer County High School and is presently a sophomore majoring in Nursing at Alderson-Broaddus College, Mr. Lowe is a 1971 graduate of Gflmer County High School and a 1973 graduate of Ohio Institute of Technology. At this time, wedding plans are incomplete. DEEDS Michael Messenger to Dianna Messenger, parcels of land in Kanawha Vista Addition to Kanawha Drive Community, Dekalb District. Maxine V. Kelley to Bradley F. and Betty L. Carr, joint tenant rights on a parcel of land in the Chestnut Lick Run, Center District. MARRIAGES Kenneth M. Vannoy, 22. of Rt. 1, Box 75-A4 Spencer, to Patricia J. Murphy. 21, of 511 Walnut Street, Apt. Box 47, Cox's Mills to Mary L. Radcliff, 19, 716 N. Lewis Street, Glenville. WILLS Anne D. O'Neill, deceased, 2206 University Avenue. DeLand, Florida. FIDUCIARY Janet D. Withers qualifies as Executrix of will of Herbert F, Withers, deceased. Robert W. Tucker qualifies as Administrator of will of Elihu W, Tucker. deceased. Robert O. Hardman qualifies as Administrator of will of Jacie Goff, deceased. FLESHMAN MONUMENT CO. Ripley Road, Spencer, W.Va. MON. NO COST PILEPAMATION FOR GED TEST - GED TEST WILL BE GIVEN AT THE CAI OUN-GILMER CAREER CENT . WED. $12.00 -THIS COURSE DEALS WITH SETTING UP OBIECI TO PHOTOGILAPEL IT WILL DEAL WITH THE CORRECT LIGHTING, BACKGROUND. COLOR. Lrl~THE COURSE WILL NOT INCLUDE DARKROOM PROCESSING. NO COST "A BASIC COURSE IN PILACTICAL LAW ENFORCEMENT APPROVED BY THE M/V DEPT. OF VOCATIONAL EIKJC.COURSE IS ARRANGED BY THE ~. OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. REGISTIJ_ATION TIME AND DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED TO AREA POHCE DI AItTMENTS & COUNTY SHERWF'S OFFICES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. COST OF ~E TO BE PAID BY STATE. CONC gNlb CLASSES otherwim noted will be$1n tim week of luuary 26, 1976 ud will run 12 consecutive weeks. All the first meettal of the chum. No coot of material fees are refundable after the second school reserves tim right to cancel uy clam which does n~t have sufficient enrollment. be m a "first come, tint served basis." tions by phone, letter or in perma will be :Jan. 14, 1976. Ma~ fee covers ~!! costs of the dan including books, materials, etc. All classes to en ulsh ,pKat L atlon tamtact: The Caihoun lmer Career Center 31& Box 42-A GrantsvHle. WV 28147 Pt'~e: 354-6151 JmMMmmMMMMms WINTER SPECIAL PRICE $3~.00 SELECT NOW EROM OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYS OF HUNDREDS DE MONUMENTS AND MARKERS COMPLETION ON YOUR LOI WiLL BE MAUL A~ WEATHER Pf RMITS Be SURE lo let Fle~hr~ s Ic~l,~l~o~ Ir~l~ l~e o~e meertoe,ad t~.b~te R~o~t~ Teer~ PtfASE SEND YOUR SAL~ CATALOG TO Nanve Z~o FLESHMAN MONUMENT CO. Rex Harold, Manager Phone 927-1713 Ripley Road, Spencer MONUMENTS ARE ()DR BUSINESS NO] A SIDtLIN[ III I I January 22. 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 7 REALTOR Offlee 364-8365 or 364-5547 Evenings 765-2401 OOO are currently making up our new list of properties to be us now your place, we need your listing! SO 0 We've Listed 10 New Properties That Will Be Deseribed Next Week We Need To Put In Our New Catalog. Call Us Today. Otter: on 3 big lots near Gassaway In a ulce Bug Ridge: Beautiful one acre lot, pine trees, level, perfect place for home or trailer, $2J00. Gflmer Station: 115 acres of wild and wonderful West Virginia. 6 room house, wholesale gas, secluded, private, and excellent hunting, $150.00 per acre. Run: ae , autlful proximately g aeres tl able, fruit trees, drilled well, excellent Near Baker's Run Camping Area: Modern 2 bedroom camp, fireplace, aH conveniences, on a one acre lot, $14,900. Big Run: 16 acres and a very nice older 2 bedroom mobile home, seeluded and private but accessible, wooded acreage with enough cleared for lawn and garden. Very good buy at $13,500. Lick Run near CentraHa: 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 flat and fertBe, balance In pasture and trees, $125.00 per acre. Gflmer County: ?0 acres, 2 rivers come together on the edge of 10 acres of dead fiat land. Stand of timber, % mile of river frontage, $19,900. Near GlenvHle: 65 acres of timberland with access from Routes 33 and 115. Good building sites, $12,500. Route two miles from Glenvme: 2 acre lot with good building ires, ST,S . GlenvlL : Attractive 6 room house on 2 acres bordering blacktop road within two miles of Glenvllle. 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 Jn pasture and young timber. Year round s s, stream, pond, free gas, good house sites, $22,000. 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, $17,500. 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. Otter Creek: 54 acres, 40 of which are in the Gassaway Corporate HmRs. All In timber, with some good building sites, 2 deeded right of ways but no road to the property yet, $12,500. 524 Elk Street, Gassaway: A 3 story brick building housing on the ton flour4 furnished apartments, on the main floor a department store, and In the basement a night elub. The hullding is currently rentIng for /50. month. An excellent Investment opportunity, $49,500. 2 acres Hght outside Gassaway: One level spot dozed off for trailer, gas and electricity, balance of land is steep, $900.00. Little Birch: 45 acres, rough and wild, $5,900. Calhoun County: perpendicular. Access to thfs price .00 per acre, 20 percent ,ments. Owner may take less on cash deal. acres in Rltchle County: rougher, wilder and worse access than the beforementioned property, L59.00 per acre. To be viewed at your own risk'. I Exchange: 13.5 acres with 1970 model mobile home,[ expanded Hvlng room, on blacktop road, all utilities, t 3.se0. Stop By Our Offiee Piek Up A Free Copy Of Our Latest ii ;i