Newspaper Archive of
The Glenville Democrat
Glenville, West Virginia
Lyft
February 27, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
PAGE 10     (10 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 10     (10 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 27, 1976
 

Newspaper Archive of The Glenville Democrat produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




/ 10 The Glenville Democrat Puth~;aderFebruary 26. 1970 O R E A|TOR A. B. Stewart 364.2431 William Hunt 765.2401 Wendell Hay 765.5164 105 acres, Route 18, Gilmer County - Excellent farm land, large piece of fiat bottom land, 'e la E good fishing, paved road frontage. In general, Just a nice piece of land ready to farm, $29,500. North Bank of Elk River near beautiful white water rapids Three-tenths acre that's about to fail into the river. Medium sized tree growing through roof. Full price $250.00 U.S. Funds. The very top of a hill, 83 acres, Polemic Run in Nicholas County - A.....f,s~ ..~..1.. ~ 0 : SO lauu, lut$ timber, electricity, fair access, beautiful view. Price reduced to $16,900. Heaters, Braxton County acre fiat ~round with bl.b . ' .... Ideal for mobile home or camp, $500. Sinking Creek Rises... Beautiful Secluded 5 Acre Tract Of Beautiful Flat Grass Land. Deer Hunters' Heaven. Fair Access, All Utilities Available, Stream, Timber Baron Bought Rustic Shack To Cut Trees Growing Through Roof: What A Deal: 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 fireplaces The total area of the Hying and dining rooms is larger than the area of most whole houses. Prime location near Glenville. Two beautifully land- scaped acres, 2 large buildings. Suitable for business. Would easily cost $200,000 to duplicate. Sacrifice--S89,000. 330 acres, Wolf Route near Sutton, with a one story, 6 room house. About 180 acres open, balance in timber, almost all tractor land, 4 improved springs, 50 x 150 pond, peach, apple and pear trees. Good boundary fence and cross fences. Buildings include cellar, cellar house, barn, chicken house, garages, main barn with 2 sheds, and 3 additional sheds. House is in excellent shape, with block foundation, aluminum siding, off forced air furnace, 2 bedrooms. Full price for this working farm is $89,000. Gassaway - 7 room house recently remodeled, near Grade School. 2 fireplaces, natural gas beat, 3 bedrooms, all hardwood floors, brick siding. Included are cellar and cellar house, $15,500. The Dennlson Farm of 30 acres, high on Bug Ridge and with a full 360 view of surrounding countryside. Working farm, comprising all necessary buildings and enough tractor land for 3 big haystacks. Good fencing, streams, and watering pond, apple orchard, drilled well. House is 8 rooms, newly remodeled, $39,500. Davlson Route near Gassaway - 72 acres and a sturdy 4 room house approximately 120 years old, with 2 fireplaces and coal heat. About 7 acres under new woven wire fence, one acre garden spot, possible 30 acres additional pasture. Small barn, year round stream, well, cistern. This property looks rough, but has lots of potential and is remote but accessible by car year round, $22,500. Mill Creek, Nicholas County - 18 acres and a 6 room, 3 year old house. 5 or 6 tillable acres, many small streams, fruit trees. This land lies at the head of a hollow and is secluded and private. House has central oil heat, a block foundation, and 3 bedrooms. All this for only $22,500. Outbuildings included. Water No. 1 Night Club so successful and popular that the dynamic group of "Jerry & the Country Things" even recorded a song about it. Located in beautiful downtown Duck, WV. 3 lots, seating capacity of 80 plus people complete with stage, Juke box and pool table. 3 bedroom owners apartment in basement. A complete home and business for only $27,500. Twlstville" Road near Sutton - 2 acres with 5 room house, with bath, located near Sutton. Completely remodeled, with all utilities, garden spot, outbuildings, and drilled well. A good buy at $12,500. Nlcut - 153 acres in the head of a h,,n,.., .... ess, about 40 acres meadow, 5 acres tillable, balance in pasture and young und streams, springs, pond, Free Gas, good house sites, $22,000. Napier, right off Rt. 19, North of Sutton - 118 acres, a portion of an old farm, beautiful high land with some spectacular views. Free gas, about a mile from Burnsville Lake and public hunting area. New road built through property, $23,900. Dusk Camp, Gilmer County - 60 acre tract that is almost completely in timber. Access to the edge of the tract is by good rock base county road. Free gas and a lot of really beautiful places to build. This would be good for hunting and small farming, $11,900. Sycamore, near Gassaway - 5 rooms and a path on 18 acres, easily accessible but private, completely fenced, nice stand of young poplar, some outbuildings. All utilities available, $12,500. Birch River, bordering Route 19 - Big 4 acre building lot with all utilities. Completely surveyed and ready to go. Downtown Nlcut - Beautiful 4 bedroom home on 7 acres. FREE GAS, apple trees, stream, outbuildings, and more. $22,500. wKh VE RY liberal terms. m ~ , i ,i , i H , Pick Up Or Call For Our New Brochure With Even More New Listings: Teresa Earl engaged to John Perkins Teresa Earl Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Earl of Belmont. W. Va.. wish to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their only daughter Teresa to John Perkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Perkins of Glenville. Miss Earl is a 1975 graduate of St. Mary's High School and is currently employed as a Youth Aide Coordinator with the Pleasants County Community Action Association. by ~A anna Lowther and Mary Harvey - Mr. and Mrs. ll,J~ R;,I,baugh of (;lenvitle visited with Mr. and Mrs. ttomes Itarvev of l,inn last Sunday. Mrs. Sarrah Smart and Mrs. Rosie Smarr of Linn were shopping in Clarksburg last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Teter from Linn visited with Mrs. Vera Davis of Glenville last Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Harvey wishes to thank everyone that sent cards and visited her while she was in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Gunn of Jane Lew visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Floyad of Linn last Wednesday. Rev. Charles Mullens had preaching servicesat Rockgrove Baptist Church last Sunday at 10 o'clock and at Troy Baptist Church, Sunday night. Everyone welcome. Services are every third Sunday. Sunday School at 10 o'clock each Sunday. The Umted Methodist Church of Troy has Sunday School at 10 o'clock every Sunday, preaching services every 2nd and 3rd Sunday. Everyone Welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burkham- mer of Warren, Ohio visited Mr. Burkhammer's mother, Mrs. Hazel Burkhammer of Linn. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Radcliff were (:enter at Glenville. from Troy were Mr. Reese. Mr. Earl Garrett. now living in WestOB, Stonewall Jackson seriously ill. ONE TO SUIT Et Holly Park Freedom : Doubl BEST SERVICE MOVEi OPEN 6 DAYS A Mr. Perkins is a 1973 graduate of visiting Mrs. Hazel Burkhammer at SUNDAY Gilmer County High School and a 1975 Linn Saturday afternoon. BEI,KN'A! Visiting Mrs. Lowther of Lima Saturday was her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Suttle and their daughter Bonnie of Weston. Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Lowther and family of Weston were visiting at Mrs. W. Lowther's Sunday. Also, Mrs. Blanche Day was visiting her sister, Mrs. Lowther of Linn, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fidler of Troy attended the Bicentennial Dinner last Friday evening at the Senior Citizen MOBILE Rt. 4 lust Toward Gassal Gassawa~ Opposite eoooo Deduct U 500 A If you are workinO covered by a you may be able to to $1,500 a year your own on a tax Call HUNTER B. 813 Grand Vienna. W.Va" Office: {3041 Residence i e graduate of Glenville State College where he holds an Associate Science degree in Social Service Technology. He is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity and is currently employed as a Social Worker with the W. Va. Dept. of Welfare in Harrisville. The wedding will be a candlelight affair on April 16th at 8:00 p.m. in the Belmont Methodist Church. A recep- tion will follow in the church annex. HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE W. VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test will be given at the Conrad Hotel in Gienville each third Wednesday of the month from 2 p.m:to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Hearin8 Aid Audioloxist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-B. W. Pike St. Clarksburg. W.Va. 26301 Metropolitan Life, OeOOOOOOeeoeeOO00~ Mr. Jesse Marks Senim was releasedFebruary 12th from the Stonwalllackson Hospital after undergoing an operation. Mr. Terry Bee. wife Ann. and sons T,J, and Kevin were involved in a two vehicle accident at the Sand Fork Bridge. February 9th. No serious miuries were inflicted. Mrs. Gertrude Bush will return to her home soon after vacationing in Fort Me','ers, Florida. Mrs, Irene Hogue went to the doctor in Glenville. Wednesday, February lath and is resting at home for a ie~ da~s. Mr. ]ames Stalnaker and grand- tather. Israel Nicholson. were hospi- talized Saturday. Feb. 14 at the Veterans Hospital in Clarksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicholson returned from Ohio to visit his mother and his hospitalized father. Mr. and Mrs. Don Byrd and family. visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bush this past weekend. Mrs, Gall Wilt and sister Mable had relatives visit them this past weekend. Mr. lack Robinson was released from the hospital in Charleston after having a gall bladder operation. His mother. Anne Robinson. resides in Tanner and his brother, Roy" and wife, Melva. visited her recently. Mrs. Alma Gainer is now" able to be in a wheelchair for meals and is improving. Mrs. Warren Edman and Mrs, Vinton Robinson made a trip to Weston this past week to do their shopping. The Tanner United Methodist Youth will be collecting for the Heart Fund next Sunday, Miss Irene Webster visited the Stalnaker family this past week for a. few days to get help making quilts for a newborn in her family. W.V. folklore to be plblisbed The West Virginia State Folk Festival. Inc., in accordance with its aim of preserving the lore of the mountains, is beginning a collection of West Virginia Folklore. This project. under the direction of Michael E. "lim'" Bush. is funded in part by the West Virginia Council for the Arts and Humanities. The entire project' will cover a five-year period and cost an estimated nine thousand dollars. The Council has provided a grant of $3,000. The balance of the nine thousand is figured as in-kind donation of Mr. Bush's time and proceeds from the sale of the book to be published. Bush. a Gilmer Count~. native, now resides in Ripley. tie has been active in the Folk Festival for several years and has published three collections of West Virginia folk songs under the title: FOLK SONGS OF CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIA. pnng II Prims and 1st q ge selecti Material collected during the project should |retain to appear in print earl~ in 1977 as FOI,K SONGS OF (:ENTRAI, WEST VIRGINIA. V()I,UME FOUR. Both taped and written copies .f all the cnllectim~ will be giw.,n to the (;hmvith; Slate (:ollege Robert F. Kidd Memorial l,ibra r~.