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10 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder March 4. 1976 William unt, Inc. silt R E ALTOR 512 Elk Street Gassaway, WV, 26624 OHiee 364.8365 Or 364.5547 A• B• Stewart 364-2431 William Hunt (Broker) 765.2401 Wendell Hay 765-5164 105 acres, Route 18, Gilmer County - Excellent farm :land, large piece of fiat bottom land, o, SOLD: /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 w SOLD00 fl k that's about to fall 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..,....v|.- .t ^I.. " 0 • SOLD. lanu, tots ux young timber, well, electricity, fair access, beautiful view. Price reduced to $16,900. Heaters, Braxton County ½ acre flat round with 0000_SQLD Ideal for mobl]e home or camp, $5oo. llUll i i Sinking Creek Rises... BeautUui Secluded 5 Acre Tract Of Beautiful Flat Grass Land. Deer Hunters' Heaven. Fair Access, All Utilities Available, SWeam, '4,9410 ee. ul | i Special! Special! Real Farm Special! 213 Acres, House, Barn, Equipment, Cattle, And Panoramic View, *112,000, Negotiable• 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, oil 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 heat, 3 bedrooms, all hardwood floors, brick siding. Included are cellar and cellar house, $15,500. The Dennison 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. Davison 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. Twlstvflle 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 boy at $12,500. Nieut - 153 acres in the head of a h,,u,,,.. **; .... ess, about 40 acres meadow, 5 acres tillable, balance in pasture and young SOLD 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, Gllmer 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 anda 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. with VE RY liberal terms. ii i ii i i i i i i i! i iiiiiii i i Pick Up Or Call For Our New Brochure With Even More New Listings: FmHA receives record fund allotment GSC to host Math Council The Farmers Home Administra- tion in West Virginia has received this year the largest allotment of funds for farm loans ever received in any one year, announced J. Kenton Lambert, State FmHA Director. Real estate loans are available for purchase and development of farms; construction or improvement of farm homes and other farm buildings: and for refinancing debts. Operating loans are available for the purchase of livestock and equipment, feed, seed, fertilizer and other similar expenses as well as refinancing debts. Farm owners in West Virgina can also share in some $50 million of funds now available in the Nation for loans to develop, conserve and improve land and water resources, Lambert said. These funds can also be used to alleviate problems of waste disposal and pollution control. Lambert emphasized Youth Loans. "These loans are made to rural girls and boys to finance sound money making projects as a part of their participation in youth organizations. This gives each boy and girl an opportunity to develop a project which will help pay college or vocational school expenses and even lead the way to a lifetime vocation. Youth loans also provide these young people practical experience in legal instruments, capital investment, financial manage- ment and the procedures involved in borrowing money." Other loans are available to assist farm families in developing recrea- tional enterprises such as fishing, horseback riding, camping and hunting have proved profitable to many farm families. Many nonfarm enterprises operated on or near the farm can utilize family labor and add to family income. "We are fortunate," Lambert added, "to have adequate funds available when farm families are needing credit to expand production and take advantage of improved farm prices. West Virginia farmers will meet the challenge to feed America as well as hungry people throughout the world." "Anyone wishing more informa- tion about farm loans should visit the Farmers Home Administration county office serving the area." advised Lambert. Send in your subscription renewals promptly. O•••••e••e••••@••eo•o••o••• Metropolitan L,fe Where.the future is now • It's easy to put off planning your future, hoping it will take care of itself• Dont let this happen to you. Let's talk soon about retirement income, disabil- ity insurance, and other needs you may have to protect your family s finan- cial future. Youll find we do care about your future. 813 Grand Central Avenue Vienna, W. Va. 26105 Office: {304} 295-4561 Residence (304) 295-5353 Where the fuaneis rm.v : • Metropolitan Life, New York, N.Y. O•O•••••0•••O••O•••OO•@•••• The West Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics is holding its annual convention on Friday and Saturday, March 26 and 27, at Glenville State College in Glenville. Dr. Richard Shumway of the College of Education of Ohio State Universtiy will be the banquet speaker on Friday evening. He will also conduct a session Friday afternoon on the use of calculators in the elementary classroom. Mr. Jim Myers, Curriculum Development Speciaist in Mathematics from the State Department of Education, will be the master of ceremonies for the banquet. The convention program will include two general sessions and 28 small group sessions and workshops geared to the in-service needs and interests of elementary, middle-junior high school, secondary, and college instructors. There will also be an exhibit of commercial instructional aids, textbooks, and audio-visual equipment by more than a dozen of the outstanding suppliers and manufac- turers of mathematical materials. Several out-of-state speakers have been scheduled. Dr. M. Vere DeValt of the University of Wisconsin's Curricu- lum and Instruction Department will speak on "Management in the Mathematics Classroom in the Middle School." Dr. Marilyn Beck of the Lurleen Wallace Junior College in Montgomery, Alabama will discuss" "Activities in the Middle School." Tina Thoburn, a textbook author, will conduct two sessions for elementary teachers, one on computational skills and the other on reading in mathematics. Steve Meiring of the State Department of Education of Ohio will speak on problem also address a special county supervisors aerospace team will for elementary leachers. Other sessions will by West Virginia educators. Mrs. Wilma specialist in M Community College at University, will speak on Induction. Dr. Robert Virginia University will workshop on "Fun and Bean Boxes and Egg teachers from kinder grade 6. Dr. David Virginia College of will present a Folding and Cutting for Ages." On Saturday SIAM Project (Science, and Mathematics S State Department of conduct a workshop teaching aids with on "Thinking Metric". will be limited to 50 Mr. Jerry Jackson, Mathematics in Schools, is in charge of a outstanding made by public school Robert Hardman tendent of Gilmer chairman of the free instructional distribution to convention Mr. lohn White, of College Mathematics charge of registration. Chairperson is Dr. Teresa Division of Education College. by Nedra A]ltop Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mohr of Graft'on, Ohio visited Mr. and Mrs. Doyl Bell this past weekend. Lea McNemar and Connie James, eighth grade students at Normantown Elementary School, held a bake sale Saturday at Jack Lowe's store in Normantown to help their class. Calvin Smith of LaGrange, Ohio and Roger Smith of Grafton, Ohio visited friends and relatives in this area last weekend. Mrs. Clavel ]ames & Janet went to Doddridge County this past weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cumpston. Mrs. Olga James has been very ill the past few days. She was to enter the NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC OF CHANGE IN TARIFF FOR TELEPHONE SERVICE IN THE GLENVILLE EXCHANGE OF "HIE CHESAPEAKE AND pOTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY OF WEST VIRGINIA Pursuant to the requirements of Chapter 24. Article 2. Section 4, of the Code of West Virginia and Rub! 23 of the Rules and Regula'tions for the Government of the Construction and Filing of Tariffs of Public Utilities. Other Than Common Carriers. of the Pubh Service Commission of West Virginia. NOTICE is hereby given that The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of West Virginia. a public utility furnislaing telephone service within, the State of West Virginia. has issued and filed with the Pub(k: Service (;ommission of West Virgihia. its tariff as follows: P.S.:.-W. Va.-N,. 202 - Local Exchange Service "l'ari[t Section 2. 27th Revised Page 5 Supplement No. I. 5th Revised Page 47 The revised tariff aforesaid, which will become effective on March 26. 1976. provides for the extension of .he first lo(:a|it, rate area and Suburban ,aervice in the Glenvi!le Exchange. These charades will result in decreases in charges m certain customers, l'he tarill also provides for the partial elimination tff rural service in the Glenville Exchange. Suburban service will become the basic offering outside the rate area in the Glenville Exchange. The customers with Rural service that are regrading will also have the option of subscribing to one - or two-party service where facilities are available. All customers affected will be individually notified, On the 25th day of February. 1976. said tariffs, rates and charges were exhibited for ublic inspection at the office and place of usiness (fftho Company in the territory affected thereby, h,-V, ll. at the following place: 134 Center Avenue. Weston Said tariff will be kept open for public in,pectian at said office and place of business in eunformit,, with the reoairomont of Roles 23, 24 hospital Monday. Mr. and Chadwell of North were home over the her. Danny Shock, from visited his parents this Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Dave Justin visited Mr. and Turner last weekend. The Harold Turner Lockney visited the home Sunday afternoola. Mr. Hoke Williams to the Grantsville hospital observation and tests. [-:3 VOTE FOR DON PORTER DEMOCRAT MAGISTRATE GILMER COUNTY Your Support and Influence Appreciated I I Paid for by the Candidate I and 37 of said Rules and Regul with a copy of the of this State and a copy of t Regulations for the Government adopted by the Public Service West Virginia. "A representative of the office aforesaid will give regarding said rates and charges and Regulations. required by prospective customer or his said persons or their agents: examine any of the tariffs of the reasonable hours, Anyone desiring to protest tariffs should do so in writin therefore to the Public Service West Virltinia at least five day effective date. March 26. 1976. Pub|it Service Commission ermit these chanes in rates e,r:ome effective without [urthe The Chesa TELEPHONE COMPANY By Assistant NOTICE " Sealed Bids will be received Glenville for the construction o allon water storage tank. pecifications are available for Office of the Mayor, Glenville. Dodge Plan Room. 1007-A Cr'rleston: and at the Office of 71 "-s and Specifications ma from i, ",:ineer. VTN Inc.. 7; Street W;. t:..-leston. West upon payment ot $,=, ,30 oer set not refundable, r Bids will be received at the Engineer, VTN Inc., 721 Washin Charleston, West Virginia 25302 EST April 15. 1976 at which shall be publicall'’ opened and must be accompaniedby bond in the amount of 5 price, The (:it'. of waiw, any informalities in the any or uli bids. "l'hi 'work to hc performed Federal Aid constructien (,entre Bidder must submit with his statement regarding compliance Orders No. 11246 and" 1 Non-Discrimination. FIDUCIARY NOTICE Notice is hereb' givee that uc(:t)unt is be[ore me fur Edward l). McEIwee. Executor ( Alma Grace Smith. deceased. (;wen under m hand tiffs Fehruark 1':176 Paul Ii lot t;dmer (:ouOt" 6ILMER AUCTION Top Town 61enville We sell antiques, used merchandise. Cansienments 5:30 p.m. on Monda SALES START ROBERT J. Auctioneer