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10 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder April 15. 1976 Mrs. Reed pts life membership Gove!nment food O Samanth a Mrs. Flo {]ames)Reed. ateacher  grading explained .00,Ds 00oo. s,,.s at the Troy School was presented a life Mrs. Flo Reed membership and pin from the Troy PTA at their meeting March 6. The State Life Membership was estahlished through the efforts of state president. Mrs. A. W. McConnell of Weirton (1942-1945). Mrs. John H. Brown of Parkers- burg planned the design of the gold and blue pin in 1949 to distinguish West Virginia life members. Honorary life memberships are given to persons in recognition of their work with and for children and youth. Life memberships may be confer- red by any PTA unit at the local. county or regional level. The recipients need not he PTA members. APPALACHIAN ALTERNATIVES THE WOODSHED BUILDING 405 N, LEWIS GLENVILLE NATURAL FOODS. CRAFTS PHONE 462.5272 Specializing in Steaks and Chops WED. NIGHT FAMILY SPECIALS C hi ldren under 12 1/2 price off of M enu Complete Carry Out Service OPEN EASTER SUNDAY Consolidatl Report of Condition of ".....rIlwha...Utli.Qo...].q. ................ Mr. Terry O. Bee won a Base Station Antenna at the C.B. Roundup in Spencer April 11th. Mr. Harley Boggs was taken to the Calhoun General Hospital April 9th for blood pressure and heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Grogg and son Chris returned from Florida April 3rd. They shall reside here for most of the summer. We're glad to have them back in the community again. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gainer and family visited Miss Irene Webster, April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicholson of Tallmadge, Ohio visitied the James Stalnaker family April 4th at their home. The Tanner United Methodist Church Women met April 6th at the home of Joyce Cain. Those attending were Janet Wine and family. Beaulah Robinson. son Jerry, Elizabeth Hard- man. Loretta Fox, Sandra Stalnaker, daughter Misty. Mary Jane Robinson. Ada Riddle and President, Helen Edman. Refreshments were served afterward. Comes club meets The Conings Home Demonstration ClUb met in the basement of the Mt. Earnest Church for their April 8 meeting, There were 10 members and one guest present. They were, Sue Hinter, Mary Burton, Stacy Spurgeon. Mildred Radcliff, Mavis Cole, Marguerite Roe. Florence Hatten. Betty Cole, Thelma Radcliff, Shada Radcliff and our guest Bessie Reed. Betty Cole had devotions pertain- ing to Easter. Shada Radcliff was leader for the lesson "Diabetes" which was discussed by all the members. There were five "Show Hows" shown. One quilt top by Mavis, 2 beaded-necklaces by Shada, 1 cushion and a ceramic centerpiece made by Thelma. Refreshments were served hy the hostess Thelma Radcliff. We had a nice time and adjourned to meet again next month. School and Office Supplies? See Us Firstl Gilmer Graphics, Inc. 109 E. Main St. Glenvill ti of ..... .G..I e..0.v1.1.1 e .................. in the State of ....... /es.L .U1r..In.l.a ............................ and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of BALANCE SHEET ASSETS Sch. 1. Cash and due from banks .......................................................................... C 2. U.S. Treasury securities .............................................................................. B 3. Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations .............. B 4. Obligations of States and political subdivisions .......................................... B 5. Other bonds, notes, and debentures ......................................................... B 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Item CoL Mil. 7 ................................... 1 E ................................... 2 E ................................... 2 3 E ................................... 4 4  ................................... Corporate stock ........................................................................................................................................................... Trading account securities .......................................................................................................................................... Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell .... D 4 a. Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) ............................................ A 10 ............... 9 b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses ............................................................................. [171 c. Loans, Net ............................................................................................................................................................ Direct lease financing ..................................................................................................................................................... Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ................................................. Real estate owned other than bank premises ............................................................................................................. Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies ............................................................... Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ........................................................................................ Other assets ............................................................................... G 7 .................................................. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thru 15) ........................................................................................................... LIABILITIES Sch. 17. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................ F 18. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .. F 19. Deposits of United States Government ..................................................... F 20. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ........................................ F 21. Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions .......................... F 22. Deposits of commercial banks .................................................. F 23. Certified and officers' checks ......................................................... F 24. Im Col. If A .................................. if B+C ............................. 2 A+B+C ........................ 3 A+B+C ........................ 4 A+B+C ........................ 5+6 A+B+C ........................ 7 A ................................... Thou. I 101 I GG7 2 8cJ3 ]3 4.00 14 Nonel s None[ 6 None[ 7 I 000 I S 9s b 906 I c None! Io II I xl "' 112 Nonel sS None114; None! 15 23 152 ils 5 0801 ...... ,1W 1L 061 Its 5o.J x9 1 593 J20 NoneJ 21 2/4 11r 22 23 20 9 I'"1 24 TOTAL DEPOSITS (sum of items 17 thru 23) .................................................................. a. Total demand deposits ..................................................................... F 8 A b, Total time end savings deposits ........................................................... F 8 B  C L 1  None125 25. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreementsto repurchase E 4 ................................................ None1 26 26. Other liabilities for borrowed money ...................................................................................................................... 27. Mortgage indebtedness ........................................... ' ............................................................................. None127 28. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding .............................................................. Non 28 29. Other liabilities ........................................................ H 9 .................................................. 28 I 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) .................................................................. ,m0 9/4 .] 29 31. Subordinated notes and debentures ............................................................................................................ NDnBJ 3130 EQUITY CAPITAL 32. Preferred stock a. No. shares outstanding ' None ' ................... : ........................ (Par value) ...... . 'Nne 32 33. Common stock a. No shares authorized I I e I+00 b. No. shares outstanding l b, O0 (Par value) ...... : 240 33 760 34 34. Surplus ..................................................................................................................... i 35. Undivided profits .......................................................................................................................... 1 20 35 36. Reserve for contingencies and other capital reServes ................................................................................................... , None 36 -' 206 37 37. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32,thru 36) ....................................................................................  38. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 30, 31, and 37) .................................................... 152 38 MEMORANDA 1. Average for 15 or 30 calendar days endin 8 with call date: a. Cash and due from banks (corresponds to item 1 above) ................... b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell (corresponds to item 8 above) ......... c. Total loans (corresponds to item 9a above) ............. ................................ d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more (corresponds to Memoranda items 3e plus 3b below) e. Total deposits (correeponds to item 24 above) f. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase (correSponds to item 25 ae) g. Other liabilities for borrowed money (corresponds to item 26 above) ...................................... 2. Standby letters of credit outstanding .............................. 3. Time depoaits of $100,000 or more: . a. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more ................... 95 la 960 b 9 6/*9 c 30O d ?0 766 e None None g ... None 2 b. Other time deposits in amounts of $100.000 or more None h z,., nno ..... E ..... r..bl ......... Pr..=.t...n...t ........................ of =s =bo.e....a b=., do ,o,..,,,sw^ is .s. of eo... is true and pmrrset, o the bt o/m/kpPledg =rid belief. [ /  _  .-- / g'  r/./.. .-..I;, I J" //J.. - .......... ...... ........ .......................... ...... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ...... ........................... , .......  ........................  ............................................................ . / S=U o/ ........... Ue-t..../irrLn.i ..................................... Co=.t e/[ .... Gi.lm.. ................................ ,,: (MAKE MARK "OR ( StOOl'li to wl lubecrlbed bsfore  tkis .......... ..h ................... 4i/of ..Ap..Z'i. ...................... /9..7..., NOTARY'8 SgAL i a I hersb certify that I ar ,or an officer o, direeto of thl__ __G. , . , " Me Every food shopper knows that U.S. Department of Agriculture Grade AA eggs are of slightly higher quality than Grade A eggs, and that a U.S. Grade A can of tomatoes tops a U.S. Grade B can. But what most shoppers don't know is how USDA sets its grade standards for a wide variety of foods, which embrace meat, poultry, eggs, butter, cheddar cheese, instant non-fat dry milk, fresh and processed fruits and vegetables, plus rice, dry beans and peas, Food graders of USDA's Agricul- tural Marketing Service make their decisions on such factors as color, firmness, texture, flavor, moisture content and many other characteris- tics, depending on the foods graded. Shoppers who would like to know what food graders look for and how they arrive at the different grades can learn from a booklet entitled "USDA Grade Standards for Food - How They are Developed and Used." For a single free copy write to: Information Division, AMS, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 26 Federal Plaza [Room 1653}, New York, NY 10007. EASY DOES FIND IT IN THE WANTADS! If you were born this week: You gain through materia/ possessions, inc/uding a nest egg You enjoy eing with people, drinking, and humor. You tend to be rather possessive toward those you love. and beauty are foods for your soul. ARIES (3/21-4/19): This could Dsgused opportU be a monied week. Aries. An early expenditure may be followed by a jackpot gain later Financial picture looks especially bright during the next year Then. new duds or new hair style help you look your smashing best. Last day -- avoid argument with older man TAURUS (4/20-5/20): Hey. Taurus. its birthday time! Old Sol gifts you with an extra glow of vitality and well-being You assert yourself: independence marks your actions One deed mght be termed as downright rebellious. Meetings. friends, desires all get a boost. Whispers close week GEMINI (5/21-8/20): Moon shines bright on love. Gem, if you overcome secret hangup Again this week. it seems as if you are confessor for those who need an ear to bend. Be discriminating: one of these people is strictly bad news. Week ends on key of'F' for fun. friends, and fete. MOONCHILD (6/21-7/22): a if,end helps Week closes LIBRA the unexpected plans spoken q hunch to fatten desire your -- fun is in store rest, though. droopy dora SCORPIO (1 Mate/partner attention and Try to overlook erratic behavior: down any romantic up your sleeve busy as bee SAGITTARIUS (1 A call signals you think is Think before yOo Someone close sage advice. A Love lights a fierY week skips away. CAPRICORN (11 That jingle of can be yours if Keep molehills down to their cards right. Be proper size: you don't need young person mountains. Woman with some with lover Look f say-so causes conflict only if within a message you let her. Get the feeling this Week ends with a is an egg-walking week? It is, but a weekend romp with love puts you so far up on cloud rune that you're not frayed LEO (7/2-8/22): Several pressures. Leo. Hold your ground and give 'era a loud roar -- this should make anyone think twice about in- fringing on your territory. Then. a lucky break, and romance frolics through remaining days, VlRQO (8/23-9/22): Shifting sands at work/project. Others are unsettled, but you remain calm However the sands move, you'll stay on top. tivity. AQUARIUS emotional ups you again this Don't give in to plan carefully. conservative L telephone and really hums. PISCES starts with actiOtt surface, or with Avoid intrigueS. someone far away! care of this. you learn yourself and a (Suburban FIDUCIARY NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the following estate is before me for final settlement. Pauline Edwards, Administratrix of the estate of John Edwards, deceased. Given under my hand this the 5th day of April, 1976. J.W. PERRIL Commissioner of Accounts Gilmer County, West Virginia 4-8-2t*  - Notice iS hereby given that the tollowmg account is before me for fival settlement. Willa Jane Massey. Administratrix of the estate of Willie Cecil Cooper. deceased. Given under my hsndthis the 1st day of April. 1976. |.W. Perril Commissioner of Accounts Gilmer County. West Virginia 4-8-2tc LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia Purchasing Division will accept sealed bids until April 26, 1978 on File 23 for Glenville State College on Reqn. No. 291 for: Quantity Office Furniture for Glenville State College. No bid will be considered unless submitted on forma prescribed by and available from the Purchasing Division, Department of Finance and Administration, Room W-130, Capitol Building, Charleston, West Virginia. Ben E. Rubrecht. Director 4-15-2tc NOTICE TO CREDITORS Sealed proposals will be received by the West Virginia Department of Highways at its office in Charleston. West Virginia. Room A-132. 1900 Washington Street. East. until 10 a.m., Tuesday. May 4. 1976 and said proposals will be publicly opened and read immediately thereafter tor the construction of the following project on State Highways. All Proiects are for Hot Laid Bituminous Concrete unless otherwise noted. GILMER COUNTY. 711-17-5.53. 4.23 miles of Cedar Creek {Park Section} Road on Gilmer County 17 (Local Service}. ' All Proposal Guaranties are $2,000,00 or 5% of total bid. whichever is greater. The West Virginia Department of Highways hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded fun opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitetion, and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award. WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS E.H. POST EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 4-15-2tc NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the estate of Homer P. Bush, deceased: All versons having claims against the estate of Homer P. Bush, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same with the voucher thereof illegally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the City of Glenviile, West Virginia on or before November 1. 1978, at 10:00 o'clock a.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 interests. Given under my hand, this the 12th day of April, 1976. J.W. PEP, RILL Commissioner of Accounts Gilmer County, West Virginia SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Pursuant to order of the Circuit Court of Gilmer County, West Virginia, entered on the 1st day of March, 1976, Civil Action No. 1033 therein ending, styled Nelson Garrett, Executor of the state of Maud G. Mason, deceased, et el, Plaintiffs, Vs. Dean Mason, Shirley Mason, Rtta Law, John Law, Ruth Garrett, Jack Ga'rrett, James Woodford, et al, Defendants, the under- signed Special Commissioner will on Saturday, the 17th day of April, 1976, at 11:00 o'clock A.M. On the morning of said day, at the front door of the Gilmer County Courthouse, in the -of lle, West VIrRin/a, elfin, for sale to the highest bidder on terms of cash in hand thc real estate locally known as the Scott Mason home farm situate at Cox's Mills, Troy District. Gilmer County, West Virginia, 'and containing 75 acres, more or less, and also one adjoining tract of 1.O4 acres owned by Maud Mason at the time of her death. The Scott Mason home farm consists of 5,9 acres and 71.7 acres, the legal description thereof being as follows: FIRST TRACT: BEGINNING at a stone. N 80 E 22.7 poles to a stone; S 10 E 37.5 poles to stone; S 59 1/4 E 22.7 poles to an Oak Bush, N 10 W 46.2 poles to the beginning. Containing 5.9 acres, more or tess. SECOND TRACT: BEGINNING at a W.O," standing on a knob between Cox's Camp Fork and Pike Fork of Horn Creek, S 6 1/2 E 38.3 poles to a B.O,, S 46 1/2 E 21.84 poles to stone. S 4.83 W 47.84 poles to stone above road. S 85.2 E 23.4 poles to stone and Walnut pointers. N 87 1/2 E 25.9 poles to a stone on bank of road near spring; N 25.3 E 17.5 poles to pointers. S 80 E 22 poles crossing Camp Fork to Horn Creek Road to a stone, comer to Metting House Lot N 58 E about 15 poles to stone planted. N 8 W 114 poles to small Maple {down), N 48 1/2 E 53 poles to stone. S 48 1/2 W 29 poles crossing fork and road to stone, N 49 1/2 W 49 poles to pointers: N 34 1/2 W 37 poles to pointers; S 50 3/4 W 49.5 poles to stone and pointers on outside line; S 45 E 37.5 poles to W.O., S 1.2 E 30. 36 poles to W.O. (down}. S 65 3/4 E 33.74 poles to the beginning, containing 109 acres, more or less. EXCEPTING and RESERVING, therfrom, however, 4.9 acres sold to Matthew Ward March 23, 1903, recorded in Gilmer Deed Book No. 52 age 190;, a small reserved to Blanch DeBar scribed in contract of July 11, 1910, recorded in Gilmer Deed Book No. 67 page 165; 89 square rods conveyed to Ezra Adams March 22, 1921, recorded in Deed Book No. 99 page 81; 1/8 acre, conveyed to C.W. Fisher January 4. 1921 recorded in Deed Book No. 101 page 38; 2 acres and 1.12 square reds conveyed to J,K. Rutherford July 28, 1923, recorded in Gilmer Deed Book No. 101 at page 297; 0.38 acres conveyed to H.M. Somerville by deed of September 18, 1932. recorded in Gilmer Deed Book No. 126 page 201; 29.61 acres sold to Claude Bowyer November 21, 1910, recorded in Gilmer Deed Book No. 67 page 430, LEAVING a residue of 71.7 acres, more or less, contained in the premises above described and known as the Scott Mason home farm and: BEING the same two parcels of land as those originally conveyed unto Scott Mason by deed of L.N. Brake, November 19, 1910. recorded in Gilmer Deed Book No. 67 page 385. The Maud Mason 1.04 acres is described as follows: BEGINNING on the South side of concrete bridge on State Highway No. 47 at Cox's Mills. where Cox's Camp Fork crosses said road. a common corner to a former outconveyance, and with a line thereof, S 47 degrees 55' E 117.30 feet to Locust on North side of Run: thence Crossing Run S 36 degrees 2' W 29.42 feet to Locust on South bank of said Run; S 73 degrees 19' W 56.72 feet to Locust: N 87 degrees 54' W 208.9 feet to stake: thence N 5 degrees 45' W 45.95 feet to post in South Right-of-Way of State Route No. 47 thence crossing same, N 80 degrees 36' W 47.48 |eat to stake in comer of a 2 acres tract previously sold and with three lines therof. N 57 degrees 30" E 124.8 feet: thence N 33 degrees 15' MOODY'S MOBILE HOMES Rt. 33-119 - 4 miles west of Weston A Complete Selection of Quality Built Homes 12-wldes 14-wides double wides and modular on display Each home fully displayed and lighted for your shopping convenience OPEN FRIDAY TEL p:00 PM "t Phone 269-1510 Member of W.Va. Mobile Home Association ;:; :: :::::::::::::::::; :::i:;:::::: :;::5:: :::: ::::::5:,:: ":::::5::: :::::::::: :::: ::::::: :::::::: :::.'::::::: ::'-::::: :: ::::: ::: :'.:'::::::::::: ::: :" :: :':'-:: ::::::: ":':" :5:: 5::: :::::::5:: ::::::: E 161 and point on East of public road, minutes 169.04 1.04 acres. the Mason 1960. of record in 72. Said conformation of Said sale wi] conformation of  County. I, Lane Gilmer Count' that the given bond as security PUBLIC Entered by SION OF WEST City CASE NO. 8475 a In regulations of Monon filed amendment of Commission. the Commissio procedure for of an electric The in fuel costs, WHEREAS. Februar was matters March 22, 1@7@, ordered to petition thereon by on March 22. April 27, 1976. be set for Commission's City 9:30 a.m. respondent may petition. Leave interested to file time on or IT sr aforesaid order at each service are (20} days inspection, once a publication days nor less 27. I@76, in circulation Calhoun, Hancock. Marion Mine tas. 'lor, Tucker the Commi is further Commission We have | All dogs t damage