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10 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder July 22, 1976 OBITUARIES Pauline Nicholas Mrs. Pauline Nicholas, 67. of 5706 Grand Central Avenue. Vienna. formerly of Tanner. died Monday, July 5, at her residence. She was born in Calhoun county, a daughter of the late James and Molly lane Metz Grogg, and was a member of the Trace Fork United Methodist church. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Batty Roberts of Kent, Ohio, and Mrs. Wilma Weaver of Vienna; two sons, Roger of Wiley, Ga., and Robert of Kent, Ohio; four brothers, Leamon Grogg of Palestine, J.B. Grogg of Little Hocking, Ohio, Woodrow Grogg of Atlanta, Ga., and Paul Grogg of Peru, Ind.; four sisters, Mrs. Nadine Moore of Ashtabula, Ohio, Mrs. Ploma Frymier of Tanner, Mrs, Martha Moore of Glenville, and Mrs. Oval Before you buy, Check our Prices and Greathouse of Annamoriah: 14 grandchildren and 12 great-grand- children. She was preceded in death by her husband. Hay Nicholas, one brother and one sister. Services were held Thursday, July 8. at Stump funeral home in Grantsville, with the Rev. Glendon McKee officiating, and burial was in the Nobe cemetery. Grovar C. Miller Grover C. Miller, 90, of Shock, died Wednesday, July 7, in Calhoun General hospital after an extended illness, He was born in Braxton county. near Rosedale, a son of the late George W. And Lucinda Schoolcraft Miller, and was a retired farmer carpenter, stonemason, merchant and blacksmith. l He was alsb a charter nember of the Shock Church of Christ. Surviving are five sons, Gall and Arlyn Bly, both of Shock, David of Tempe, Arizona, Hurley Ben of Dunnellan, Florida, and Corley of Spencer; three daughters, Mrs. Carrie Frame of Shock, Mrs. Jessie Brady of Charleston, and Mrs. Luanne Conrad, He was preceded in death by his wife. two daughters and four sons. Services were held Saturday. July 10. at the Stump funeral home with Tom Miller and Mrs. Vernon Kerns officiating, and burial was in the Miller cemetery at Shack. Mrs. Stella Sponaugle Funeral services were conducted Tuesday. July 13 at the Spurgeon Mortuary for Mrs. Stalls Cloe Sponaugle, 75. of Glenville. who died at Calhoun General Hospital in Grants- ville on July 11. The Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick officiated with burial in the Sndyer cemetery. Mrs. Sponauule was born in Walter, a daughter of the late Sheridan and Belle Sams Peggs. She was a member of the Oak Grove United Methodist Church in Baldwin. Surviving are three sons: William Sandy of Garretsville, O., Roy Sandy of Glenville and Tommy Sandy of Rosedale; two stepsons, George and David Sponaugle of Cedarville; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Myrtle Wolfe of Baldwin, Mrs. Olive Miller of Wolf Summitt and Mrs. Geneva Stout of Perrysburg, O.: two brothers, Wilbur Peggs of Troy and Arch Peggs of Glenville; nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren. She was preceded in dath by three brothers and a sister. Norman Ables Workmanship of Elyria, Ohio; two brothers, Leroy Norman Ables, 63, of Rt. 1 B r u u rvv o oa M .Miller of Shock and S.C. Miller of Orlando died Monday morning, July 12 RRE// 61 OUR Vienna; 34 grandchildren and 27 at his residence. I MONUMENTS | great-grandchildren. Mr. Ables was born in Lewis [[ Display Yard at 440 High St. ! nd in your subscription re- Cc sty, Oct. ; 91 Grantsville, w. Va. newels nromotl v Ja k and Eliz iff - - ,7 re fled farina nc B1 ckburn Un J ] Surviving re Nt al Ables; ei st Jr. Jimmy,Ra ,n( Ashland, O. let Lewi aunty, )bl all a tome; 'ee Able: f Vat lie West and P , I broff ;. Gra lle Hurh all of ad three stars, zis Mills usie , es Edna Sm/th of County, Oct. 7, 1912, a son of the late Jack and Eliza Riffle Ables. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Blackburn United Methodist Church. Surviving are his widow, Ruth Neal Ables; eight sons, Norman Ables, Jr., Jimmy,Raymond and William, all of O., Fletcher of Roanoke, Lewis County, Bobby, Alvy and Linn, all at home: three daughters, Stella Ables of Vandalia, Marie Curtin of Weston and Patty Ahles at home; four brothers, Granville, Elzia, Frank and Luteen Hanes Luteen Hanes, Late of 903 Walnut St., died at 4:45 a.m. Thursday July 15 at the Downtown Division United Hospital, Inc. in Clarksburg, following an extended illness. She was 79. Mrs. Hanes was born in Waxahachie, Texas, a daughter of the late Daniel and Elizabeth Cornelius Pearson. Her first marriage was to Paul L. Watts in 1913 who died in 1929, The second marriage was to J. Clyde Hanes on Sept. 5, 1934 who survives. One daughter by the first marriage survives, Mrs. Dr. Raymond D. "Bonnie" Jones of Glenvilte. She leaves one brother, Barney Pearson of Visalie, Cal. two sisters, Mrs. Ursula Howard of Clinton, Okla. and Mrs. Evelyn Ruth of Oklahoma City, Okla. and one half-brother, Allen Hedges Bakersfield. Cal. There are 10 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren. Two sons, one daughter and one brother preceeded her in death. Mrs. Hanes held ,membership :in: the Del Gerro Btp'tit Church in San Diego, 'Cal. had owned and operated City Restaurant in Oklahoma City, Okla., had been a hostess at the First Baptist Church in San Diego, Cal. and had managed the Cromlee Convalescent home and hospital in San Diego, Cal. Funeral services were held Monay, July 19 at Floral Haven Chapel and internment was in Memoral Park Cemetery, Tulsa, Okla. Lepta M. Barton Mrs. Lepta M. Barton, 46, of Rosedale, Braxton county, died Saturday, July lO, in Charleston Memorial hospital following an extended  illness. Mrs. Barton was born in Braxton county, a daughter of the late James and Elva Montgomery Newell. She was past worthy matron of Eastern Star Chapter No. 32 in Gassaway, former postmaster at Rosedale, and a member of the Rosedale United Methodist church. The County Commission reserves the righ to accept or reject any end all bids to wave any informalities in bidding, to make the award to the lowest responsible bidder, or in any manner considered for the best interest of the County Commission and the people of Cilmer county A certified check or bank draft in a sum equal to five percenl {5%} of the total amount of the bid, payable to the County Commission of Gitmer County, shall be furnished with each bid, or a guarantee proposal bond, furnished by a solvent surety company authorized to do business in the State of West Virginia. in an amount equal to ten percent {10%} of the bid may be. furnished in lieu of the certified check GILMER COUNTY COMMISSION By: Billie lean Summers. President Date: July 6, 1976 7-22-21c G[LMER COUNTY SCHOOLS 207 N. Court Street Glenville. W. Va. 26351 NOTICE TO BIDDERS On August 9th. 1976. the Gilmer County Board of Education Office at 207 N, Court Street, Glenville. WV, will receive sealed bid {anytime before 7 p.m.} on the following vehicles. ALL OF THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WITH: $25.000 Property Damage Liability $50,000 to $500,000 Bodily Injury Liability 20 Regularly Operated Buses {14-between 30 and 60 seating capacity and 6 - above 60 seating capacity) .......... 5 Spare buses {l'-BeloW 30 seating capaci't!; 2-between 30 and SO seating capacity and'2 - above 60 seating capacity. ALL OF THEFOLLOWING VEHICLES WITH: $25.000 Property Damage Liability $50,000 to $100,000 Bodily Injury Liability 2 Maintenance Trucks 1 Vo-Ag Truck I Shop Truck 1 Resource Bus THE FOLLOWING VEHICLE WITH: $25.000 Property Damage Liabilty $50,_000. to $100,0(X) Bodily Injury Liability $50 Deductible. Collision and Comprehensive I Drivers Education Car {'76 Model - Four door} Prepare separate premium totals on the three following 8reupa el vehicles: I. Busae and Shop Truck 2. Driver Education Car 3. Maintenance Truck. Vo-Ag Truck and Resource Bus. All of the above vehicles will have uninsured motorist insurance. Policy Period - September 9, 1976 through September 9. 1977. Ronald J, Welty Superintendent 7-22-2tc CIRCUIT COURT OF GILMER COUNTY. WEST VIRGINIA ROBERT R. JONES. JUDITH JONES, RAY A. JONES and PAULINE JONES. Plaintiffs. vs. CIVIL ACTION NO. 1059 KATHERINE M. BENNETt. the unknown heirs of Paul A. Bennett. deceased, ROBERT LINDHOLM. Trustee, CHARLES B. SPANGENBERG. ANTHONY W. MOLINARE, EDWIN S. BOOTH, W.B. GRIMM. hie heirs and unknown GRANTEES or ASSIGNS. the heirs of AJ. Heron. who are believed to be his children as follows. HAZEL bond with in the penal given by Commissioner, Given 1976. i CIRCUIT JACK D. KA t VS PAUL DALE KARICKHOFF, FRAME Defers Pursuant t# IL"]m Braxton Cou entered on the .Jl suit therein pe: will on Wedn' door of the Btl tt Cityof Sutton. ,m, s highest bidder,  L, parcels of real_. Benders Rt-d District, Braxtoa and described PU , FIRST f ,white oak, a c'.a thence N 40 W .4pi" 95 poles to w lt:- chestnut oak; $  .... oak;S 54W 51  poles to,, oak; S 87 E 40  poles to chestnt. chestnut; S 53 and with same, N containing SECOND 17 corner in a line T. White and chestnut oak links to stone stake in Swa7 beginning, coat less. These two b',l- same two tractS g , Y record in the Court of BraxteS Book No. 29, THIP00 situate on Ben Creek. Braxtoa particularly . BEGINNLli  line and with to a white oak: fallen chest Whitsall. N 49-1 /=i thence N 10 E 1 line a corner Karickhoff an td poles to line: walnut Walnut by br Hurley, all of Vandalia. Lewis County; Surviving are her husband, FERRELL, WILLIAM F. HERON. LIONEL HERON, beech etump; by branch, the. three sisters, Lizia Curtis of Stours Russell; four daughters, Mrs. Sheila KATHRYN BUSH and GEORGE HERON, and any thence N 78 E !., and all other parties who may be interested in the branch; thence N l Mills, Susie Ables of Vandalia and Norman of Shock, Mrs. Pamela Crislip real estate which is the subject of this action, t$ona} stone "pi Marlinton; 17 of Rosedale, Sherri and Jodi Barton, at who are hereby made parties as unknown to a Locust on grandchildren, home; a son, Russell W. Barton, at defendants. Defendants. N(YrICE OF SALE OF SURFACE. OIL AND GAS with line of Wa illtUillilBIImNIHIIIIIIIINlliunllllNIlilSNNINNlNt He was preceded in death by one home; a brother, James Newell, U.S. Pursuant to decree of the Circuit Court of a beech; thenCe " 44-1/2 poles to s T V SERVICE daughter, two brothers and a sister. Army inGermany;step-mother, Mrs. on the13th day of J,ly. lgTe. in a civil suit therein besinningconte t ' Gilmer County. West Virginia. made and entered and with said ll Funeral services were conducted Laverne Nowell of Grafton, Ohio, and pending in the above styled action. I will on less, andboin8 , = M Wednesday, July 14, at the Spurgeon three grandchildren. Monday. August 9, 1976, at the fren door of the conveyed unto :  : Gilmer County Courthouse. in the City of Morturay with the Rev. Everett Mills Funeral services were held Glenvilla. West Virginia. at 1:00 o'clock p.m.. in KARICKHOFFwife. by Deed a I  C CLIP & SAVE  i officiating. Burial was in Harrison Tuesday, July 13, at the Stump funeral highestthe afternoonbidder Ofallsaidthe day,surface.OfferoilfOrandSalegastO (of}the the Office of 2th' oupon Good for $2. On Any TV Service Work B Grove near Copley. home in Grantsville with the RaY. Carl which all three will be sold separately) Braxton County. , !1 Houghton officiating, and burial was in underlying 103 acres of land, lying and being 261. st Page 24, d : situate on the waters of Sliding Run. GlenviUe Being th == Antenna Boosters Installed And Repatre the Rosedale community cemetery. District. GiimerCounty. West Virignia. and more RaymondTheseKariCai; particularly bounded and described as follows: Sutton Electron,cs year round road. II Free Out of Town  BEGINNING at a Chestnut Oak. corner to one (1} livable George Snyder lot on Sliding Run, thence S 40 E Es;!ee Call Collect : Cora Miller Cora Miller, former Gilmer County 44 poles to corner of Lot No. 4; thence with two Desirable resident, died July 16 in Long Beach, lines of same N 22 E 38 poles to Chestnut Oak; N MiSs. She was born Dec. I6, ]901/the ii= Main Str00 - - Phone 765-5782 = mllulmil=mmNimmmmmmmimmimmmimmmmmmmmmamamm We've Got It NOW YOU GET IT l! Our new brochure, hot off the press. Just in time to miss the Big 4th of July Weekend. 78 pieces of prope featuring such notables as "25 acres Son of Rattlesnake Ranch" and "2 acre rock." This outstanding piece of Real Estate Journalism is yours. LEGAL NOTICES FREE Call, write or stop by our office soon. Even at The High Price They are going Fastlll WiNim Hunt, inc., Realtors $12 Ill St, 00sr4way Office= 3644365 or 3&4.5547 daughter of William and Bessie McCune. She was 74. She was married to Ola Miller. Surviving are two children: Randall Clay Miller, Sinking Creek, and Francis Spata, Long Beach, Miss. Two children preceded her in deaf h, Sixteen grandchildren and four great grand- children also survive. Mrs. Miller was living with her daughter, Francis Spata, at the time of her death. Burial was in Long Beach. Miss, documents in good condition within ten days attar the opening of the bids. The deposit will be refunded if the documents are returned in good condition Otherwise. deductions will be made in an amount not to exceed tbe actual cost of the reproduction. Additional sets of plans and specifications will be issued to Bidders and Material suppliers or Subcontractors for cost of reproduction, but any documents so issued must be returned to thb Clerk 8a/  lee  painters, corner to lot Ne. a; , thence with same, N 15 E 142 poles to pointers; thence N 28 W 5fl,5 poles to White Oak; thence due West 50 poles to pointers. Snyder's Corner; thence with same S 9 I/2 W 202 poles to the beginning, containing 163 acres, more or less, EXCEPTING and RESERVING therefrom, how- ever. One {I} Acre. more or less, lying between the ridge and the Joe's Run Road, lying on the Northern side of the County Road. Being the same surface, oil and gas as that described in deed of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, West Virginia. in Deed Book No. 266 at page 209. to which reference is hereby made. Terms of sale will be cash in hand on said day. and said sale will he subject to the approval and confirmation of the Circuit Court of Gilmer County. l,W. PRRILL Special Commlloner I. Lane Smith. Clerk of the Circuit Court d Gilmer County. West Virginia. do hereby certify that the above named Special Commissioner has given bend as required by said decree with security approved before me. Lane Smith Clerk of the Circuit Court of Gflmer County. West Virginia and County. I, Glennard Court of Braxt hereby certify | Commissioner ht ! decree with seC ] The State o= mlom wiLL a Aelust O, 197 College on Raq_a- .r' f No bid will b on orms precri purchasing Dial ,, A dmintst r a t ton.A Charleston. West NOTICE OF BIDS GILMER COUNTY AMBULANCE GARAGE AND OFFICE. GLENVILLE, WV 7-22-3tc I Sealed proposals will be received by the Gilmer County Commission at their office in the LgCAL IC-I Gilmer County Courthouse, Glenville West The , = _, Virginia. until IO:OO o'clock A.M., E.i}.T. on CiRCUIT COURTOFGILMIWCOUNTY. Division will acce August 2. 1976. for the construction of the Gflmer WEST VIRGINIA 8/10/76 on File 22 Count Ambulance Garage and Office at WENDALL ARBOGAST, Plalntift. Reen. No. 34 for: sP Glanv[lle. West Virginia. at which time they will vs. CAvil Action No. 1018 enc] connecting bs be publicly opened and read aloud. FREDA MILLER. et el. Defendant. The successful bidder will be required to NOTICE OF SALE m,tx. No bid will  furnish a satisfactory performance bond, Pursuant to the" authority grunted to the on forms presc rw The Contract Documents. including the plans undersigned Special Commissioner by Order of Purchasing Di v[t0' sad specifications are on file at the office of the the Circuit Court of Gilmer County, West Virginia. Administration.. Gilmer County Clerk. Glenville, WV. entered in the above styled civil action on the 9th Charleston. Watt Copies of the documents may be obtained by day of July. 1976. the undersigned will offer for depositing $10.00 with the Clerk for each set of eale at public auction to the highest bidder at the documents so obtained. The amount of the front door ef the Court House of said Gilmer deposit for one sat of documents will be refunded County, West Virginia, on August 7. 1976. at 10 to each actual bidder who returns the plans and o'clock a.m. Sealed That certain tract or parcel of land, situate West at Sand Fork. Glenville District. Gilmer County. West Virginia. bounded and described as follows: 1900 BEGINNING at a poplar stump (now Tueeda, decayedl near the public road, corner to Burk be and Ruddell lands: thence up from road S 49E 5.8 polos to stake: N E 9.5 to locust tree: N 28-1/2 E MEDICAL CORP. TRANSFER OF MEDICAL CL RSBURG 6 poles to stake on bank; N 49 W 15.2 to stake on read side: S 8-1/2 W 16 poles with road to BARBOUR. beginning, containing 1-1/4 acres, more or lees UPSHUR And being the same lot of land conveyed unto Guardrail Mary Arbogast by John W. Marks and Nellie Brexton Marks. his wife. by deed dated the 3rd day of Gilmer County. June, 1941, and of record in the office of the clerk 33 and of the County Court of Gilmer County. West Virginia. in Deed Book No. 145. at Page 216. of total But there is reserved and excepted from The this conveyance and not herein conveyed all the hereb)  coal oil and gas and other minerals with full and affirm complete 0pro'sting rights and pfivtleges. Also into read on present site rottgh sald lands, husineee  This sale shall be subject to the approval an opporttmlW dconflrmation of said Ci:uit C-,0urt. inv[tatkm. TERMS OF SALE: Casb in bend on day of on the sale. Gegrle M. Camper GiLmer Countw West Virginia. d cert,, that M MOBILE Rt. 3119 - 4,miles west A Complete Selection 12-widu and modular on dis Each home fully displayed shopping convenience OPEN FRIDAY TIL 8:00 F1t Phone 269-1510 Member of W.Va. Mobile Home HOURS BY APPOINTMENT 485-6456 EFFECTIVE JULY 12, 1976 GRANT OFHCE WILL CLOSE ,JUNE 26.