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8 The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder !1111111 _ I STROUT REALTY, INC. FREE LOCAL LISTS FREE CATALOGS 916 Mineral Road 4624331 days: 462-8591 eves The Bame's; Gerry Rough; Brokers FARMS FOR SALE: From 10 acres to 313 with homes and outbuildings of all varieties, contact us about your wants. COLONIAL PLANTATION has 4 bedrooms, carpeted and insulated with 3 fireplaces and brand new kit- chen. Several shaded porches and private beauty make this owner- financed farm a bargain--e% terms--call for details. COURTHOUSE NEWS GSC to sponsor ol education workshops Marriage License Deeds Beginning this fall, Glenville Elbon John James, 17, Nor- Stella Ethel Boggs, grantor State College will sponsor a volvir mantown to Linda Kay Peggs, to Opal Bee, grantee, a lot, number of workshops which No. 67O--INCLUDING-2 Tractors; Hay 19, Glenville. Dekalb District. will be included in a continu- Baler, Rake, Cutter bar, Wagons, and Joseph Lee Lowther, 16, Robert D. Ratliff and Jeanne ing education program for Elevator; 2 Plows; 2 Planters; Disc;B Cultivators; Front end Ioader;ll Linn to Kimberly Ann Beall, 19, M. Ratliff, grantors to David L. public school personnel, be Scraper;, Brush hog;Trailer;Hammerll Perkins. Jones and Sherry J. Jones, Funded through the Higher Pa, Mill; Welder;, Air Compressor. Owner Robert Brian Postage, 23, grantees, .784 acre, Joe's Run, Education Act - Title III pro- tion pasture,Sacrifices272barns,aCres; hunting20 bottOm,cabin,50 Birmingham, Alabama to Glenville District. gram, the GSC workshops will If the| cellar, garage, corn crib, Large Or. chard, maY Patricia Nell Toothman, 22, I.L. Morris and Betty Sue Cocoa Beach, Florida. Morris, grantors to Thomas L. William Keith Stalnaker, 23, Campbell, grantee, 65.1 acres, HOURS! 24 Glenville to Wanda Kay Duck Run, Glenville District. Ramsey, 23, Glenville. Anna E. Porter, grantor to Gene Allen Rollyson, 21, Charles E. Porter and AnnaE. Orlando to Catherine Jean Porter, grantees, two lots, Coen, 16, Burnsville. Camden Flats Addition, Glen- ville, Glenville District, Administrators/Executors Homer Paul Heckert and YES--You can call STROUT'S MESSAGE SERVICE 462.8331--LOCATOR SERVICE NATIONWIDE--CALL NOW be aimed at providing ex- perience for public school per- sonnel to make them more ef- fective classroom teachers. hour from The workshops will be held hour in GSC's seven county service The area and brought to the dorse elementary or secondary school rather than holding pro- will be Ada Faye Beard qualified as Margaret Heckert, grantors to grams on the college campus. Executrix of the estate of Carl Heckert and Gay L. According to Dr. Joe Evans, Ernest L. Beard. Heckert, grantees, right, title Continuing Education coor- Berkley Barbarow, Jr. and and interest in oil, gas and dinator, holding workshops at Marjorie Barbarow appointed minerals on and underlying the public schools will enable or th( Co-administrators of Nellie D. four tracts on Panthers Fork, public school personnel to Barbarow estate. Dekalb and Troy Districts. observe the various al disciplines taught in an en-di David L. Parmer appointed Dale Rafferty and Virginia Administrator of estate of Bet- Rafferty, grantors to Vercil vironment consistent with that vi ty D. Talbott. Woofter, grantee, t/2 undivided in which they have to operate. The workshops will cut announce the acquisition of interest in 100 acres, Little Kanawha River below Tanner Creek, Dekalb District. Orse Darrell Cunningham and Karen Cunningham, gran- tors to Denzil E. Cunningham, Winnie N. Cunningham, Idris Cunningham, Karl Cunn- ingham, Bernard Cunningham President Carter recently and Loretta Cunningham, proclaimed July 25-31 as Na- grantees, 25.13 acres, Lems tional Farm Safety Week. He Run, Center District. encouraged all farmers and Agnes Ann Dobbins, grantor ranchers to pay special atten- to Joseph Michael Metz and tion to farm safety activities in This is National Farm I II INCOME TAX } Catherine Lynn Metz, an effort to reduce farm ac- grantees, parcel of real estate, cidents and fires that lower TELEPHONE 462-5688 Camden Flats Addition, Glen- agricultural production and br- _ ville, Glenville District. ing personal loss to rural and the relocation of that office effective August l, 1979 to Rocena Young, grantor to residents. Orris J. Young, grantee, 23.95 This year, emphasis is on 204 East Main St., GlenviUe acres, Grass Run, Center the expanded use of personal (upstairs) District. protective equipment by Sherman I. Moore and Ethel farmers and ranchers. Moore, grantors to Robert H. "Personal protective equip- Smith and Ella Jane Smith, ment has been a significant Full-time accounting grantees, 10.41 acres, White factor in reducing the number Bookkeeping and payroll Oak Camp, Center District. and severity of work injuries,' Robert R. Jones and Judith according to the National Safe- I General Management services Jones, grantors to Mack R. ty Council (NSC) which has co- _.. Worl and Robert R. Jones, dba sponsored this annual obser- TELEPHONE462-:>t 75 Rockwell Petroleum, grantees, vance with the U.S. Depart- tractDistrict.in Sand Fork, Glenville simentnce 1of944.Agriculture (USDA) Dale Hacker, Jr., Betty J. Proclaiming National Farm ........ Hacker, Earl F. Hacker and Safety Week, President Carter U.S. Savings i. .. because it's natural.., it lasts most forever, and there's a wide choice of pieces, all modestly priced: Glenda Sue Hacker, grantors said: "It has been proven that to Judith Carolyn Lee and most accidents on the farms Michael Bailey Spare, and ranches can be prevented grantees, two tracts of 20 by controlling hazards, ending acres, Little Bull Run, Center unsafe practices and by the District. use of protective equipment. Beecher E. Reed and Bar- The effects of many injuries barn Reed, grantors to Francis can be lessened if prompt and L. Edwards II and Carol S. Ed- correct actions are taken wards, grantees, 5.19 acres, subsequent to the accidents Stewarts Creek, Glenville and disasters. The time and ef- District. fort invested in these activities Clayton Sholes and Ressie is relatively small, compared G. Sholes, grantors to Chester to the losses America sustains E. Sholes and Rosalee Sholes, every year grantees, 22 acres, 2 acres, and 24 acres, Center District. Frank Moore, grantor to John W. Pritt and Janet L. Pritt, grantees, lots in Burk Addition, Sand Fork, Glenville District. Theodore J. Steinmetz and Martha P. Steinmetz, grantors to Francis H. McCulloug III through farm ac- cidents." According to preliminary estimates by the NSC, agricultural work accidents in and Kathy L. McCullough, grantees, undivided 503504th of 119.09 acres, Little Sliding Run, Stouts Mills, Glenville District. Ella M. Bush and Ford Bush, grantors to Reba Harris Taylor, grantee, undivided 1/5 interest of 50 acres, Little Kanawha River, Glenville District. David E. Cassel, John Myers and Georgene Myers, grantors to Clifford C. Fisher and Con- nie L. Fisher, grantees, two acres, Left Hand Fork of Steer Creek, Center District. Coastal Lumber Company, grantor to Coy A. Coen and Dreama F. Coen, grantees, 2.8 acres, Heaters Fork and Tornblin Run, Glenville District. Get a direct from with your purchase of selected Quasar Console Color TV Models Early American Styling or Mediterranean Styling Quasar 25" billiOn. 01L/GAS WANTED FOR Active drilling programS want to drill on your oiligas property now, Paying $3 to $4 delay rentals per acre per year for top quality oil/gas leases. May also buy old wells and production. Prefer, Braxton, OthOc STERLING DRILLING Arcade Building, | Console Color TV diagonal This a .-._ 1979 taxes, real i Get 6 Cans of --- wxll be. due Au!. yler',. " durzng2"% dzscount W'the =o Lemonade M,x IlllllJ r* dreds of years. Between 120 FREI .., ,SO,ca.,, The Sheriff's m - _ m open Monday t w,th the purchase, of any AdmwaI Refrigerator GILMER COUNTY from 8 a.m. to 4 Makes Dehctous Wyler's Lemonade AUCTION BARN Top Town Hill " mg the month of Glenv, lle a.m. to 12 noon AUCTION Monday 6:30 p.m. Auctioneer:. 305 i. Main St., Harrisville 643-2915 Robert J. Butcher * i iII