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10 The Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder February 10, 1977 Selecting proper clothing important in winter's cold Legal Notice How can you keep comfortable when you turn your thermostat down to a cool 60, 62 or 65 degrees? "Proper clothing" is the obvious answer, since our bodies must be insulated from cold just as our home are. But Kate Clark, specialist in clothing and textiles at the West Virginia University center for Exten- sion and Continuing Education, points out that air is the best insulator -- so long as it is kept still. {If it moves around it will carry heat away from the body.} KEATON MEDICAL EQUIPMENT CO. Specializing in: WHEC.LCH? !PS - HOSP!T.  L 9DS WALKING AIDS- HANDICAP AIDS BATHROOM AIDS PHYSICAL THERAPY EQUIPMENT REHAB. SUPPLY- FURNITURE Rental Sales And:ervice Wholesale-Ret ail Firsl Aid Supplies Exper;enced In The Medical Equipment Field Since 1959, 308 ELK ST. GASSAWAY, W. VA. DIAL 364-5156 So the secret to keeping warm is to wear clothes that will trap as much air as possible around your body. Dr. Clark says, This does not necessarily mean heavy clothes or blankets. For example. Dr. Clark notes that a thick. fuzzy blanket traps more air than a thinner, denser one -- and so is warmer -- even if both blankets weigh the same. Some air is held close to the skin naturally, helped by the fine hair which covers the body. When you are really cold you get "goose bumps," your body's way of making those short hairs stand up to trap even more air. Dr. Clark said that the material clothing is made from is not the essential element in its "warmth." A one-inch thick piece of very fine steel would trap iust as much air as the same thickness of wool fabric -- and so would be just about as warm. Some materials feel warmer, even if they actually are not. You may think wool is warmer than satin. That is because the satin has a smooth, shiny finish. When you touch satin you feel most of the threads in the material. With wool, especially if it is fuzzy, you actually only touch the surface threads. The less surface area you touch in cold weather, the warmer a fabric seems. So wool is a better insulator, because so much air is trapped in the material. Fit is very important too. If clothes fit too tightly, like a tight stretch Thee. 's o lmyer for .home m 00kvhr Move 00wekmwwhehek. Through our affiliation with All Points Relocation Service, we're in contact with families moving here from all over North America. Not to mention the major corporationswho use All Points when transferring employees. With nearly 500 of the finest Realtors in the U.S., Canada and Mexico as associates, we can do more for you. And if you're moving out of the city, it works the other way, too. We can make selling or buying a house easier, faster, less confusing. Call us. We offer much more, but it doesn't cost you a penny extra. MERTZ REALTY, INC. WESTON, W.VA. PHONE 269-4343 i ii i i i i ii CAMPBELL'S STUDIO A specialist in child photography is pleased to present an 8x10 natural color portrait ONLY 99 cems Regular $7.00 Value AT CONRAD HOTEL GLENVlLLE, WV Saturday,  Feb. 12 Hours-- 10:00-5:00 Groups $1.00 per person up to five one offer per family Reasonalbe prices on additional protraits "Come early as possible to avoid the last minute rush" LJJ J I I I j I i I sweater or leotard, there is no room + for air to be trapped between it and your skin. But if your clothes are too loose, they will billow when you move, pumping heated air away from your body. Look for clothing somewhere in the middle. What is the best way to trap air? You might pick a thick, bulky sweater. It will trap a lot of air. But it won't be as good an insulator as two thinner. less bulky sweaters, Dr, Clark says. The two not only trap air themselves. but" also an air layer between them. If you get too warm you can loosen or remove one of them. With one heavy sweater it's all or nothing. One heavy garment also isn't as flexible as several light ones, Dr. Clark notes, So be sure the outer sweater is bigger than the inner to allow enough room for that air layer. To make sure your hands and feet stay warm. wear something like a hat, scarf or wig on your head. Studies have shown that a great deal of the body's heat loss is through the head, Dr. Clark notes. If your torso is well insulated and you prevent heat loss from your head. your body will send that heat to your hands and feet. Other types of clothing also will help keep you warmer. Women may add a camisole or knitted vest to normal undergarments. A full slip with a slightly fitted bodice will be warmer than a half slip -- it covers more of your body and traps more air. Stockings provide some warmth, Dr, Clark notes. T lightly fitted leotard stockings. Textured knit ones will trap more air than smoother types. Over these consider wearing+"cozies," which are similar to a knee-length version of thermal underwear. If your feet are usually cold. select lightweight socks, topped with a foot covering. Down-fried booties, found in backpacking and ski equipment stores and catalogs, are warmest of all. Those who sew will save money by making their own from bootie kits some companies offer. Ordinary shoes will offer a little insulation to your feet. Indoor boots which are snug enough to offer foot support, but loose enough to allow room for an air layer, will also provide some insulation to your lower leg. Slacks offer good insulation because they provide a dead air space around both legs. When worn with boots, they offer double insulation to the lower legs. Choose slacks of a thick fabric to trap lots of air. Lined slacks add one more layer to keep you warm. Thermal underwear and pantyhose also will give extra insulation. Men should consider similar garments when thinking about keeping warm indoors, Dr. Clark says. Fishnet underwear with large loops provide the best insulation. The large holes provide pockets to hold air in place. Men, whose metabolic rate is higher than for women, usually feel more comfortable in a cool environ- ment. But, the metabolic rate for both men and women gradually declines as the years go by. That's one reason older people complain about the cold, Follow the same rules when selecting clothes for your children, she adds. Look for garments that fit well, and trap lots of air. And remember that headwear will help keep hands and feet warm. Sights On Safety by UL I%blic informon Offka CB & TV Antenn Hazards "An Electrifying Experience" The "CB", or citizens bend radio, has certainly become popular, and reated a hobby- cult across the country. Un- fortunately, it has also brought with It a new . seemingly innocen act of erecUng a base staten n- tenna hu led to many tndurles --and too many death& 8ome enthusiasts try to cut costs by installing their own CB base statto antennas. But in their effort to save money, they sometimes s&eriflce safety. The most s/gnlflcant hazard in antenn installon is an overhead power line. Even qualified technieians have made the fatal mistake of con- tacting one of these extremely dewily lines with the metal antenn& or mast. The slightest contact could cause Injury, possibly electrocution. People seem to forget that shock from electricity can be a killer. Underwriters l_tbor- atories reports that consumer- Installed CB and "IV antennas have takenman.v lives through carelessness, lack of proper electrical knowledge, or both. Whatever the cause, this use- less waste of life can and should be eliminated. Another problem is that mazly people still believe an- tennas act as a lizhtnl rod, and, therefore, will protect the house. This is not true. Antenna discharge devices, which should be a pat of each installation, are not designed to give lightning protection, either. UL also reminds thLt every antenna should be well grounded in strict sccor with the NaUonal Electc4d Code. The safest thing Is to lutve a q techniclm in- stall your 'IV or O13 radio an- terms. If that's not poaible, remember to stay away from power lines, and always use a proper ground for the antenna. The fie lighthouse in the U.S. was built in 1719 on Little Brewster Island to guard Boston Harbor. Legal Notice O,,Ull 01 GtgllNi31 ,llrilii| II ffJl,i00 IUII' 01 irtlilP Turn that vacut piece of lud tnto SSSSSl Call us rlt howl We need Ibdinss. CASH Buyars Waiting1 The weather may be bad but we are sellinll ,R ALTOR Elk Street - Gmseway, Office 314-1t8 or 384-N47, Evenings Call: Jeff Wynno M4-; William Hunt - qE-2401; Wendell Hey 78E-El4; Danny Law 4824S2. Pleue d your rdrliptloo reuewals In promptly. IJKIAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia PurChasinli Division will accept sealed hide uatil 2:30 PM February 24, 1977 on File 32 for u tenvtlle State College on Reqn. No. 214 for: uontract for printing of Glenvtlle State College Student Newspaper "rbe Glenville Mercury" " No bid will be considered unless submitted on forms prescribed by and available from the Purchasing Division. Department of Finance and Administration. Room W-130. Capitol Bldldh8. DIRECTOR -lO-tc NOTICE TO REDEEM TO Doris Lesbian. Alvin L. Ensallm. and all the unknown he|n, devisees, legatees and/or the persqnel represantettves d the said Doris Lopoen, ff she be deceased. Yon will take notice that I.L. Morris end Trio Petroleum C0riratton, a corpuretlon, the purchaser of the following real estate, a 1/7d interest in and to the Oil and Gas in. on end underlying a tract of 110,7$ acres, more or less, situate on the waters of Cluck Run. Located in Glunville District. which was returned de Unquent in the name d Dorl| Lolen, and was sold by the sheriff of Gilmer County at the tale for dellrlmnt taxes made on the 17t]1 day of November. i975, has requested that mu be nbtilled that a dud for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first day of April 1977, as providnd by law. unless before thet day you rsm such real estate, The emmet yon will have to pay_ to redeem on the last day, March thirt4tnt Will be aa follow Amount paid sheriff at eab, with interest to March 31st - $34.00. Amount of inx paid on the property, the sale with bte.qmt to March ,Jlst - $1,73. Ammmt pl lot  d mmt - Inso. Amount paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for preparation and service of the notice - $94.48. Total - $465.21. You may redeem at any time before March thirty.first by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 14th day of |anuary, 1977. MARY R. DAVIDSON Clerk of thn County Commission Gilmer County State of West Virginia III-O-2-10-3t* NOTICE TO REDEEM TO Virginia Lee Bowyer Smith, and all the un- known heirs, devisees, legatees and/or the personal representatives of the said Virginia Lee Sawyer Smith, if she be deceased You will take notice that I.L. Morris and Trio Petoleum Corporation, a corporation, the purchaser of the following real estate, e I/8th interest in and to the Oil and Gas in. on and underlying a tract of 195 acres, more or less, situate on the waters of Dusk Camp. Located in Glenville District, which was returned delinquent in the name of Virginia Lee Bowyer Smith, and was sold by the sheriff of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 17th day of November, 1975, has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first day of April 1977, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty-first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff at sale. with interest to March 31st - $1,888.00. Amount of taxes paid on the property, since the sale with interest to March 31st - $8.26. Amount paid for survey and report - $15.00. Amount paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for preparation and service of the notice - $92.39. Total - $2.003.65. You may redeem at any time before March thirty-first by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 14th day of January, 1977. MARY R. DAVIDSON Clerk of the County Commission Gilmer County State of West Virginia III-O-2-10-3t* NOTICE TO REDEEM TO Okay McCartnev. Okev McCartnev. Jr.. Manoka McCartuey Hardman. Menella McCart- nay Clevenger, and all the unkown heirs, devisees, legatees and/or the personal representatives of the said Okay McCartney, if he be deceased You will take notice that l.L. Morris and Trio Petroleum Corporation, a corporation, the purchaser of the following real estate, a 1/hth interest in and to the Minerals in. en and underlying a tract of 74 acres, more or less. situate on the waters of Lower Two Run. Located in Center District. which was returned delinquent in the name of Okay McCartney. and was sold by the sheriff of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 17th day of November, 1975, has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on after the first day of April 1977, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty-first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff at sale, with interest to March 31st - $767.00. Amount of taxes paid on the property, since the sale with interest to March 31st - $4.14. Amount paid for survey and report - $15.00. Amount paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for preparation and service of the notice - $94.45. Total - $880.59. You may redeem at any time before March thirty-first by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 14th day of January, 1977. MARY R. DAVIDSON Clerk of the County Commission Gilmer County State of West Virginia III-O-2-10-3t* NOTICE TO REDEEM TO Okay McCartuey. Okay McCartney, Jr., Manoka McCartney Hardman. Manella McCart- nay Clovenger, and all the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees and/or the personal representatives of the said Okey McCartney. if he be deceased You will take notice that I.L. Morris and Trio Petroleum Corporation, a corporation, the UrChaser of the following real estate, a 1/hth terest in and to the Minerals in. on and underlying a tract of 33 acres, more or less, situate on the waters of Lower Two Run. Located in Center District. which was returned delinquent in the name of Okay McCartney, and was sold by the sheriff of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 17th day of November, 1975. has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first day of April 1977. as provided by law, unless before that da you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty.first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff at sale. with interest to March 31st - $590.00. Amount of taxes paid on the property, since the sale with interest to March 31st - $4.14 Amount paid for survey and report - $15.00. Amount paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for preparation and service of the notice - $94.48. Total - $703.60. . You may redeem at any time before March thirty-first by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 14th day of January, 1977. MARY R. DAVIDSON Clerk of the County Commission Gilmer County State of West Virginia III-O-2-10-3t* NOTICE TO REDEEM TO Okay McCartaey, Okay McCartney, Jr., Manoka McCartney Hardmen. Manella McCart- ney Clevenger. and all the unknown heirs. devisees, legatees and/or the personal representatives of the said Okay McCartuey, if he be deceased Yon will take notice that IJ. Morris and Trio Petroleum Corioration, a coTporation, the purchaser of the foll0wingreel estate, e 1/hth interest in and to the Minerals in, on and underlying a tract of 23 acres, more or less. situate on the waters of Lower Two Run. Located in Center District. which was returned delinquent in the name of Okay McCartuey, and was sold by the sheriff of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 17th day of November, 1975, has requested that yo be notified that deed fosuch real estate will be made to him on or after the first Day of April 1977, as provided by law, unless before that day. you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty, first, will be as fOllOWs: Amount paid sheriff at sale. with interest to March 31st - $590.00. A.mount of taxes paid on the property, since the sale with interest to March 31st - $4.14. Amount paid for survey and report - $15.oo. Amount paid for preparation of .lt of those_ to be served, and for preparation and service of the notice - $94.46. Total. 703.60. You may redeem at any time before March thirty.first by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Gven under my hand this 14th day of |anuary, 1977. MARY R. DAVIDSON Clerk of the County Commission Cilmer County State of West Virginia 111-O-2-10-3t* NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and BeniciaHes of the estate of LocT Vanhorn, deceased: All persons having claims against the estate of Lacy Vanhorn. deceased, whether due or not, ere notified to exhit same with the voucher thereof legally verified to the tmdersigned, at my olice in the Cityof Glenville, West-Virginia on er before August 10, 1977, at 4.'00 o'clock p.m., otherwise, they may by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. , All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interest. Given under my hand. this the 2nd day of February, 1977. PAUL H. WOODFORD II Commliounr of Accounts Gilmr County, West Vlrdnio II-2-10.* NO' TO Miriam S r Kornhauser, a heirs, devisees, legatees representatives of the Kornhauser, if she be You will take nntice the purchaser of the interest in and to the underlying a tract of 40 situate on the waters Creek. Located in (;enter returned delinquent in the Kornhauser, and wa's sold County at the sale far the 17th day of November, that you be notified that estate wil} he made to him of April 1977, that day you amount you will have to day. March Amount March 31st - $389.40. Amount of taxes paid the sale with interest Amount paid for S U [1  Amount pd for prepara! served, and for notice - $91.48. Total - $497.2ti. You may redeem at thirty-first by paving the unearned interest Given under my hand January, 1977. Clerk states NOTICE TO TO The Nancy Turner, Turner, end all the legatees and/or the the said Nancy Turner, You will take notice that the purchaser o[ the following : interest in and to the Oil underlying a tract of 80 situate on the waters of OwenS Center District, which was in the name of Nanc by the sheriff delinquent taxes made on November, 1975, has req notified that a deed for made to him on or after 1977, as provided by law. ou redeem such real estate. ave to pay to redeem on the thirty-first, will be as follows Amount paid sheriff at March 3lst - $454.30. Amount of taxns paid the sale with interest to Amount paid for Amount paid fur to be served, and for the notice - $95,50. Total - $566.18. You may redeem at thirty-first by paying the unearned interest, t4 Given under my hand tl , January, 1977. Clerk NOTICE TO TO Carris S. Godfrey. and devisees, legatees and/or representatives of the said Card he be deceased You will take notice that the purchaser of the followil 1/108th interest in and to the underlying a tract of 171 situate on the waters of Lower DeKalb District, which was in the name of Carrie S. Godfrey, the sheriff of Gilmer delinquent taxes made on November, 1975. has notified that a deed for made to him on or after the 1977. as provided by law, to pay to redeem on the thirty-first, will be as fellows: Amount paid sheriff March 31st - $129.80. Amount of taxes paid the sale with interest to Amount paid for Amount paid for to be served, and for the notice. - $92.64. Total - $239.51. You may redeem at thirty-first by paying the unearned interest. Given under my hand January, 1977. Cler State d NOTICE TO Walter Boggs, Roland Walton. Goldie B. Stargell Woedrow Boggs, Ruby all the unknown heirs the personal representatives Bosgs, if he be deceased You will take notice thai purchaser of the interest in and to the tract of 88 acres, more or interest in and to the Off a tract of 101 acres, more or tracts being situate the we Located in Center District, delinquent in the name sold by the delinquent taxes made on November. 1975. has notified that e deed for made to him or after 1977, as proved ou redeem s ave to pay to redeem on thirty-first, will be as followS: Amount paid sheriff at sale, March 31st . $395.30, Amount of tes paid the sale with interest to Amount paid for survey Amount paid for to be served, and for the notice - S108.64. Total - $526.76. You may redeem at thirty-first by paying the unearned interest. Given under my hand this |unuary, 1977. Clerk NOTICE TO TO Dorothy or Dortha McHenry, and all the legatees and/or the persona the said Dorothy or Dortha deceased You will take notice that I3 Petroleum Corporation, purchaser ot the followinl interest in and to the underlying a tract of situate on the waters Glenville Districl in the name of Doroth the sheriff of Gilmer delinquent taxes made November. 1975, has notified that a deed for made to him on or after 1977. ou r ave to pa thirty-first, Amount March 31st - $141.60. , Amount of taxes pain the sale with interest to Amount paid for Amount paid to be served, and the notice - $93.@6. Total - $251.94. You may redeem thirty-first by paying unearned interest, haid Given under my lunuary, 1977.