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10 The Glenville Democrat/Path~ir.der March t, 197:, II @ NOW is the time to list your property for For Sale. arms. Rural Lands of any type. of buyers waitinE. FARMS & RURAL LANDS REMOTE but accessible 175-acre farm. near Cox's Mill, on Big Run, Good 6-room house, streams, tu springs, pas reo~nd woods, barn. $22,900. Extra good buy .... 200 ACRES, BURNSVILLE AREA. Free gas. Beautiful land, approx. 160~acres tillable, 50 acres pasture. Good Rccess off ~|t Lick Road, $42,000, 29% down, balance I-5 years. GRASS RUN NEAR GEM: 140 acre farm. Free natural gas and all Mineral Rights included. Very good frame house with big airy porches, many outbuildings. Remote but accessible year-round, lots of high, beautiful land with superb views. Stream. well, aB fenced,' very clean farm. $49,500.00 ALICE 206 ACRES: ol house, timber, stream, excellent hunting. $125.08 per acre, financing available. ~ ALICE 206 ACRES: old house, timber, stream. excellent hurding. $125.00 per acre, financing available. SPECIAL TROY: Modern dairy farm, 160 plus acres; milking parlor and 3 barns, 50 plus acres of totally fiat bottom land, good house with free gas. Right on a milk route. A buy at $54,900. HEATERS SPECIAL: 118 acres high and beautiful. Free gas $23.900. WINDY RUN: 80 acres, high and beautiful. Excellent pasture, watering ponds. Will divide. Call for excellent price. RITCHIE COUNTY: 1,000 acres more or less in Ritchie County. Located in the area of Pullman and Berea. 400 acres of crop land, South Fork river and small streams run through 1he property, County access. Lots of growing timber, grand old fallen down plantation house. $150 per acre. Financing available. SUTTON, OLD WOMAN' RUr, h 60 acres, Sutton, investment or outstanding building place. Available all or part, all fiat-ridge-top with superb view. Right outside corporate limits, there is very good growth potential with all utilities available. $28,500 full price. STUMPTOWN: 208 wild and wonderful acres, old grown up farm, $120 per acre, owner will finance. DAVISON ROUTE NEAR GASSAWAY: 140 acre farm with excellent marketable timber. Liveable old house, good barn and outbuildings, one mile off paved road on rock base county road. Partially fenced, stream. Excellent buy at $28,500. COVE LICK AT COPLEY: 44 acres remote, timberland, will make an excellent camp. Beautiful rock ledge with a cave we haven't explored, stream, some really good building sites, road roughed through part of the property. $9,000. Owner will finance with $3.500 down. MOSS NEAR GLi~I~,rlLLE: 265 acres cattle farm entirely woven wire fenced and cross fenced, supporting 130 head at present. Two streams, two old houses, barn that holds 18,000 bales of hay, about 50 tillable acres. Many outbuildings, good timber. $59,000.00 BENDERS RUN: 50 acres, beautiful timber tract. 5 acres fiat bottom land. perfect hunting or camp. $9.000. GLENVILLE-NLrrTER FORK AREA: 150 acres excellent timber, superb investment tract. LOOK! Smart investment, big lot, on Rt. 5 just outside of town. Runs from Rt. 5 to' river. Flat. S10,000. FLATWOODS, on paved road where jail used to be. Two big acres. Driveway. FLATWOODS, a, ce for house or trailer. $900. CHEMICAL TOWN: in excellent location, 2 beautiful wooded lots. $3,900 for both. AIRPORT ROAD: Lots, beautiful high on top of a hill, all fiat, panoramic view, city water, good road. Lots range in size from 1/2 acre to five acres, location is excellent, six miles north of Sutton. Prices vary, according to siie, all reasonable, Beautiful place to build. 104 ACRES NEAR STu'rroN AND SUTTON LAKE with electricity and water on property, paved road to it. Excellent investment or place to build. $8,000. FLATWOODS: in town. huge beautiful 2 acres available soon. SUTTON: 1 acre ell utilities, gcad location. OUT OF TOWN HOUSES, SMALL FARMS AND CAMPS 20 ACRES NEAR BURNSVILLE. Overlooks Interstate. All useable land, fenced. $7.500. 29/. down, balance 10 years. 36 ACRES )asture. Well. stream, timber. 29,o down. balance 10 years. SALT LICK ROAD. 40 acres, 1,000 ft. road frontage. Excellent investment or place to build. Timber and cleared land. $14,900, 29% down, balance over 15 yea rs. 60 ACRES NEAR BURNSVILLE. Fine old farm. several small buildings, beautiful pasture, cuts 600 bales of hay. Fruit trees. $17.500 with excellent financing. wrrHIN A POWERFUL STONES THROW TO THE BASE elf THE DAM: 14 acres and 3 room house, bath. completely furnished, $12.900 sacrifice. Paved road. Sullen: overlook town on good road. With all city utilities. Beautiful 2 bedroom mobile home with expanded livign room, new carpet, big sliding glass door. Washer/dryer and all appliances. One acre of land with lovely lawn and big garden, fruit trees. extra good price. $12,000. Additional acreage available. SUTTON: Bug Ridge. Beautiful home on 1 acre outside of the town of Sutton. Near hunting areas and Sutton Lake. Home is well built with two bedrooms and large carpeted living room. Modern kitchen with all conveniences. Full basement, coal and gas heat. Nice yard and garden. Reduced Price. FALLS MILLS - 20 Acres and Home, just a little past the falls with river frontage. Beautiful 5 bedroom home,with all appliances and new furniture. Sacrifice $38,500. FLATWOODS - Horse barn. 11 acres of land. Superb commercial location. ATFRACTIVE LOG CABIN: On 1 acre ground. fireplace, kitchen, drilled well, all utilities. A steal at $8,900. More acres available. LITFLE BIRCH: Superb Camp. Permanent home. Income property, located on Rt. 19 and Little Birch. Immaculate 12 x 60 trailer with tip-out. 2 houses with all utilities, all furniture and fixtures included. $18,000 and it will pay for itself. IN TOWN HEATERS Old 4 bedroom house in Heaters West Virginia. In an excellent location on Rt. 19, $13,900. SLrrroN: Old Women's Run, Stucco house on V2 acre, all city conveniences. $15,900. Owner will take mobile home in trade. suTrON: Handy Man Special 316 Stonewall Street. Big 8 room house. Bargain at $11,500. SUTFON: Rambling 4 bedroom house and over 2 acres land in Sutton. Elk River frontage. Development potential, approved for trailers. {5) House is old but in excellent condition. Beautiful lawns and flowers. Price $39,000. Division possible. SUTTON: 108 Stonewall St. Huge house with all kinds of possibilities: 6 big bedrooms, excellent exterior conditions. Chestnut framing and trim. Sacrifice at $27,500 with financing available. TESLIA- Attractive 3 bedroom home on large lot on Rt. 19, paneled, wall to wall carpet, all furniture and appliances included. Prica Reduced. STEWART ADDITION: 8 big lots and a very nice home, 3 bedrooms, gas heat. Carpet and vinyl floors. A buy at $18,900. BUSINESS MAIN STREEt GASSAWAY: Next to jewelry store, lot and small building-extends from Elk St. to Alley. One of the last Main St. locations left $14,900. GLENVlLLE: The hottest corner in Glenville, WV the county seat of Gilmer County and the home of Glenville State College. Large old remodeled house with 4 bedrooms, two full baths, all city utilities, 4 mobile homes and 1 rental space bring in $400 month. Wonderful development potential, 2 additional spe~s po~sihle. Walking distance to college, high schodl, m~-L'>! c~n;er, complete. Price Reduced. Lambert commends city completion of water, J. k~'lJhnl l,l!hi,,rl. ~t,ih ii; ,: ,I IJ 1' n cruets I hmm :\dlllilliSll',lliqlll [FH;I :,.~ j L ommended Ma~,or David Gillesp., ;~.q t:itv (;ount il at a lure heun last ~xeek upon completmn of the first water and server expansion pruie(:t it] (;lcmville, since 1962. The FnflIA loaned the oil,, $325,000 .ver a 40-year period to help finance the project. A $457.OOO grant from d~e tederal government's Economic I)eve- lupment Administration (EDA) was the t)ther s()urte i)f proiect funding. The FmttA loan and EDA grant allowed the cil~ to rebuild its water treatmt.'nt plant, upgrade water and stayer lines, and (onstruct five lift Slit lit)IlS. The lunctmon was held at the (:onrad Restaurant banquet hall and was sponsored by City Council. Mayor (;illespie. Mountaineers for Rural Progress, and Kanawha Union Bank. Lambert, a former state senator. said the FmttA loan to (;lenville was an eample of the agency's aid potential of their Comnmnity Services Program. whkh is only one FmHA program "designed to finame rural develop- inenl .'" He described the growth of FmHA services from primarily farm aid I. Kenton Lambert programs in the 1930"s to "'mucll broader, multi-million dollar rural development projects such as the Business and Industrial Loan Program, Rural Renting Housing Program, and Industrial Park Development Pro- gram. Lambert capacity of FmHA and cited loans over businesses. He million credit Virginia. Scotty from GSC Terrance admissions the administrative Glenville's player began his jobi He served as public the college. Mr. incoming students on their respective GSC representative. Hamilton High School in GSC with a major, minoring He was one of outstanding berth on the Defense Team three d VALLEY INN CLUB Revised Country Swingers Saturday, March 1975 I0 p.m.-- 2 a.m. NEED HOME ? Roofing? Aluminum Siding? Fed up with HIGH Prices? YOU NEED ME! Auburn Builders, Inc. Box 84 Auburn, W. Va. 26325 Ph. 349-2573 No Obligation EDDIE'S VOLKSWAGEN SERVICE 611 Mineral Rd., Glenville, W. Va. Complete Volkswagen Service Overhauls: Tune-ups - Brake Jobs; Etc. Phone 462-8530 Speed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING Et FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone 462-7"355 WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL RT. 33-119 PH NE Many Units to Choose From 12" Wide - 14" Wide Many Homes With Expando Rooms Double Wides on Display Service-Parts-Awnings-Under Pinnings WILL OFFER FOR SALE A T PUBLIC A UCTION SA TURDA Y, MARCH 15, STARTING A T 12:30 THE ESTATE OF THE LATE MABLE AND DOY MCCLAIN A T NORMANTOWN WV COOK STOVE, REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER, DINING ROOM SUITE (TABLE, CHINA CLOSET, BUFFET), DINETTE SET W/6 CHAIRS, 6 RESTAURANT CHAIRS, SET TWIN BEDS, FULL POSTER BED, FULL WOODEN BED, 3 METAL BEDS, METAL CLOSET, CHEST OF DRAWERS, 3 DRESSERS W/ MIRRORS, WRITING DESK, NIGHT STAND, WICKER CHAIR, ASSORTED CHAIRS, ASSORTED TABLES, 8 GAS HEATING STOVES, WINDOW SCREENS, TOASTER, MIXER, CHURNS, SAUSAGE MILL, PICTURES AND WALL PLAQUES, KNICK KNACKS, LOT OF GLASS WARE AND DISHES, POTS AND PANS, PORCH GLIDERS W/2 CHAIRS, LAWN CHAIR, CEMENT LAWN BENCH, MANY ITEMS TO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. REAL ESTATE: APPROXIMATELY 2'h ACRE t~OT WITH 2 STORY 7 ROOM HOUSE AND 4 ROOM APT. OVER CELLAR. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY VIEW HOUSE ON MARCH 8 AND 14. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS ON REAL ESTATE. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS TERMS: CASH AUCTIONEER: CLARK MINNEY, PHONE 4~24~97 PATSY FRAME: EXECU'TOR RT. 1 BOX242 WESTON PHONE 269-2213 L UNCH TO BE SERVF~O BY l "~CA NE Y BRAVES 4-H CLUB In 1973 he was Player of the Year by the teams in the named to the first Defensive Squad with the 22nd Award. On March 1, assignment of at Charleston High and his wife will Red Cross A Gilmer American Red re-established the chapter's orga= last February 24. New county Yeager. Other officers Ball Norman, service to militarY Luzader, disaster lean Bush. blood Members of include: Tom Manley, Mildred J.J.Spurgeon, B. Flora Welty, Dr. Jean Bush, Ruth Gainer, Charlotte Clar ssa Williams, Kopic, Steve Moyers, and Jim Also attending ,i were Nancy Gins~ representative from~ Mike Moriarity, rec~ tar, Tri-State Red C~ Huntington. ,! The next meeting ~ Cross chapter will County Health Center~;t focus on a training county's blood prog lEAP trJch foI located here One of six new under the comma~ Manchin. state dird be stationed in Gilmer. Doddridge, Bi'axton counties, i~ today. ' } The new truck w~ a grant received fro~ Regional Commiss_io~ nearly $19,000. A de#i 2 has been set and used to cart junked unsightly waste fro i