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J 8 The Glenvflle Democrat/Pathfinder March 18. 1976 William REAtTOR 512 Elk Street Gassaway, WV, 26624 Office 364.8365 Or 364.5547 A. B. Stewart 3642431 William Hunt (Broker) 765.2401 Wendell Hay 85.5184 Speeial ! Speeial! Real Farm Speeiul! 213 Aeres, House, Barn, Equipment, Cattle, And Panoramie View, *112,000, Negotiable City Block, Gassaway - Own your own city block, Catholic Hill. Full price $5,960. i i ii 6,900 square foot building near Burnsville Dam - Large owner's apartment with fireplace, former glass factory with display rooms. Full price $.19,500. A fraction of replacement costL I 169 acre working cattle farm - Good house, barn, other outbuildings. 140 cleared and working acres. Move right in, $49,800. Tobla's Game Farm, Leading Creek - 164 acres excellent hunting, $160. per acre. Free gas reported. 22 acres near Burnsville overlooking Interstate - All usable land, fair access, $8,900. 50 acres, Mount Run, $8,500. 40 acres, Little Birch, $5,900. 20 acres, Wolf Pen Run, $2,500. Super Speeial ! 2 Bedroom Home With Large Garden Out Of Town Yet Aeeessible. Saeriflee *15,900. I III IIII I I I I I I i ii i ii i i i ii I 142 acres beautiful farm near Normantown - House withhuge fireplace, barn, creek, I sugar tree orchard and more. $59,900. [ II I I III UII ........ 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, 50 150 pond, leach, apDle 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. Davison Route near Gassaway - 72 acres and a sturdy 4 room house approximately lm years old, with 2 fireplaces and coal heat. About 7 acres under new woven wire fence, eae 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 seres, many small streams, fruit trees. This land lies at the head of a hollow and is secluded end private. House has central oil heat, a block foundation, and 3 bedrooms. All this for ealy $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, |uke box and pool table. $ bedroom owners apartment in basement. A complete home and business for only Sr/,. Twistville 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. 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 Burnsvtlle 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 aecessiblet 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. i ................. ! Downtown Nlcut - Beautum 4 bedroom home on 7 acres. FREE GAS, appl# treu, liberal stream, outbuildings, and more. $22,500. with VERY terms. iii L ii ii ii iiiiiii i I i i IIHI I t Pick Up Or Call For Our New Brochure With Even M0re New Listings! by Nedra Alltop Tim and Elizabeth Westbrook of Parkersburg are announcing the birth of a baby girl. Amy Elaine. The first great grandchild of Aubra and Rhoda James of Normantown, A baby shower was given Saturday night at the home of Hazel Fisher for Kathy Sprouse. Those attending were Betty Jenkins, Jo, G|enda, Denise, Angle, and Car.n; Linda Fisher. Anita and Tin.; Evonne Mohr, Wilda Jo Gerwig, ttazel Sprouse, Verle and Corlis; Elaine Morris. Mary. Rhonda and Stephanie; Carol Sprouse; Connie Fisher, Leslie and Jeanie; Sharon Clutter: Nedra and Nelda Alltop. Those sending gifts, but were unable to attend were Wanda Perrine, Annetta Allen,. Cindy Duelley, Hazel Alltop, Laura Moss, Bessie Greenleaf, Vernie Sprouse, Eilene Richards, and Doll Mohr. Mrs. Olga James was moved from the Calhoun General Hospital last Tuesday to a hospital in Parkersburg where she underwent surgery. However, she is not yet very well. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moss of the Grafton, Ohio area visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss this past weekend. / x2 The Family Banking Center a place to invest your money safely at our high bank rates. a place to borrow for any purpose at our low bank rates. and the best place to come for any banking service in between. KANAWHA UNION BANK GLENVILLE J ohn M. Moran Democrat Candidate for House of Delegates 23rd Delegate District Braxton-Calhoun-Clay-Gilmer Vote For JOHN M. MORAN House of Delegates Your Support and Vote Appreciated Political advertisement Daid for by John M. Moran IIII I I gl ...... IL ............ , ....  ................ LI ............ I, I,l00ry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help, Reason 14. We're human, and once in a great while we make a mistake. But if our error means you must pay additional tax, you pay only the tax. We pay any interest or penalty. We stand behind our work. III II THHE&, R BLOCK COME TAX PEOPLE ' 212 MainSt. - Glenville Hours 9-6 Phone462-7784 M |m Mr. and visited their  -Mr. and Mrs.! and Mrs. L own. by We wish to Rev. and Melody, for the Father. Ronzel home after Camden He is now fever and is Recent and Mrs. Ezra Mrs. Post Va., Mr. and Cindy, Morris, Bobby, of Salem, Rondell Haugh, Kimberly from Adams, Elyria, Harley Hall of Jean and Donna Kevin Ellyson, Warner of Shirley Stutler Adrian Adams burg. Mr. and Mathess, Parkersburg Mr. and Mrs. Cox's Mills, W. Wade, Jean Harrisville wers Mr. and Mrs. growing Young enjoying facilities for the Three modern opened, vo according to superintendent "This year" Calhoun, Morgan and enjoying either additions which programs." Dr. Tw or additions state and local According to' of vocational Gilmer Counties center, which about anything counties would broad, flexible "We're available postsecondary The includes assistant, and office, service, conditioning, tion, industrial shop and welding] tion, automotive, survey lab. According to in Wood County new facility for of the high serve 300 persofS' And finally. its Truck Equipment makes the third facility, which center completed to augle, director Vocation facility serves year. If you are covered b you may to $1,500 your own on a tax @ ice:t Off Wherel 0 Metropolitan LI goeeeoeeooo O'