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By Irene Hague The Vacation Bible School at the Tanner Church got off to a good start Monday, July 18, the attendance was good all week. They wound it up with a very good program and a showing of the crafts the children worked on all week.  Those women who gave their time ,and talents and worked so diligently with the children all week really are to be congratulated. They did e wonderful job. Ed Vinyard. who had charge of the music, really knew how to handle children to get the most out of them. Their program was something very special. lalanne Byrd is making up for the time she spent in hospitals the past two summers. She is home again after spending another week in Buckhannon visitin aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bryd. Frank Zinn and Junior McCartnay ou boys of this area, spent last weekend playing soldier. Miss Irene Webster left Tuesday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gainer of Parkershurg. Friday, Miss Webster and the Gainers went to Canton, Ohio for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Laroy Hoover. On Saturday, Miss Webster, the Gainers and the Hoovers and the Hoovers' grand- daughters visited Sea World, at Aurora, Ohio. Miss Webster returned home Sunday evening. Lorena Woodford and her little brood are spending the weekend with her husband Bob, at their home in Boaz, near Parkersburg. "Dottie" Gainer was enjoying the sunshine when we came past her place this morning. That young lady continues to amaze me, the way she gets around, and she is so alert to everything round about her. It is remarkable. May we enjoy her Iresence for a long, long time. I have cause to celebrate. I passed the first milestone this month. Four more to go. Who's to say how many more? But I'm fine and dandy, so the outlook is good. Had an opportunity to see the Earl Frasures' and the Robert Woodfords' Mo00her. Earth News Magazines & Books I M Yearling Classics for Young Readers Pooh Books Lassie Come Home Witch of Blackbird Pond and more!! youngest grandson today. He is a beautiful and pleasant child. He belongs to Jimmy and Nadine Frasure of Parkersburg. Grandma "Annie" Robinson's cat is a very religious cat. It would rather go to Church than stay at home, so it went to Church all week. Of course the children going to Vacation Bible School probably gave it the inspiration. The Jessee Marks aren't too happy with our black and white kitties that roam hills and prowl the woods. They just might get into firing range, only the Marks want to do the firing. It seems that the kitties are eating the bees right out of their hives. Miss Kay Wilson is home after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Nova Fallen of Buckhannon. Neva now is spending a few days with Kay at her home on the Newberne road. That young lady, Ada Riddle is home and able to get out. She attended the program at the Tanner Church Friday evening. I do think she has lost a little weight. Could be like some more of us, doctor's orders. Keith and Jane Frymier and children, Mike and Molly, were recent guests of Keith's parents, the "Sam" Frymiers. Looks like this will be a good year for pheasant, quail and grouse. The woods and road are full of them. They don't seem to wild, at least they don't seem afraid of us. Of course we don't bother them and we pause to give them time to get out or our way. Vacation Bible School will start Monday, Aug. 1 at the Mt. Liberty Church and will continue all week. They would appreciate all the help they can get. Little Gary Frmier is returning home from camp today. He will he so excited and wound up, they will probably have to tape his mouth when they put him to bed. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Miller are weekend guests of Miss Kay Wilson. Do "Old Moochers" always return or do they sometimes just fade away? We hope. IIIlUllllllIMIIIIIIIIIIlIHIIIIIIIIIlllllllmllllmllllllllllllllll Businessmen. Merchants. There is no better way to reach your local market than an ad in your loeal paper, Call 462-7309 now for ormation on our low rates, combination ads and big discounts on contract advertising! IlllmmmlilllmlmimlilllMmilllilnllmllmmilIMI Legal Notice : (! ................................................................................................ 69-233 8tsts Bsnk No .................................... o cm,t,, at "......L..n.tp.n......n_k - or o .... ............................... ud at 0,, tram,, o,, ......... ..J.qe....3.0. .................. ., .z.7 .... .... ULI BALANCE SHEET AIMIETS l-h...= m 1. Cash end due from banks .......................................................................... O 7 2. U.ll. Tnmsur/ ucudtles .............................................................................. 8 l 11. ObUpUa of other U.S. Government alencles snd corporations .............. I 2 4. ' Oblllltlons of Iitltu and illtlll euhdMsiorle .......................................... e 3 i, Other bonds, notea, and debenture= .......................................................... 8 4 Col. E ................................... 4. Corporate stock ............................................................................................................................................................... 7. Tredln8 account securltiea ................................................................................................................................................ I. Flml funds sold end uritin Iff:hued undl llrelmell to rellll .... D 4 T=., ............................................ A l 12 I l.eu: Ruerve for IUlblt loin I=oa ....................................................................................... l , . t.oens, Net .................................................................................................................................................................... 10. Direct lease finchInS ........................................................................................................................................................ 1I. IMnk pmmlaes, fomRure and fixture=, end other alHts reprentln| bank premiere ..................................................... Ii. Reel em ownd other than bank premiere .................................................................................................................. 13. Investments In unon=olldsted subeldMrles and emmlatnd ompanies .......................................................................... 14. Cuomere' liability to this bank on aceptlncn outstandlnl .......................................................................................... 11f. Other Ismts ................................................................................................ G 7 .................................................. 16. TOTAL ASSETS (&urn of Rams I thru 15) ....................................................................................................................... LIABILITIES ._._. e_._m Col. 17. Demlnd daiquiri of Individuals. Ilrtnerlhlps, and corporstlonl ................ F If A ................................... 18. Time end levinill deposits of IndMduals, partnerehlpa, end (ltlOnll .. F If e+c ............................. |9. Dellltl of Unltl tes Government ...................................................... F 2 A+B+C ........................ L epollltl of tltls end polittCll subdlvlliOnl ............................................ F 1 A+B+C ........................ 11. Ilplitl of foretln sornmentl and Official Inatitutlona .......................... F 4 A+e+c ........................ . OMl{llta of nllllll blnkl .................................................................... F +6 A+e+C ........................ Celfled end offtcem' heks ..........  ........................................................... F 7 A ................................... TOTAL OEPOSII (sum of Items 17 ru 23) ................................................................................ . T., ,.mend .......................................................................... A b. Total tlml and uvtnsl deposits ............................................................ F iI B+C ill, FedtnilfundlpUllelndendlluritles=oldunderlllreemtntstorepuff:hlll E 4 ................................................. 26. Other Ilebllltlll fOr borrowed money ............................................................................................................................... i lT- MOItlllle indebtedness ..................................................................................................................................................... Ael{lnll executtd by or for ICCOUnt of this bank and outsttndlnl ............................................................................. Ii. Other lilbllitlel ............................................................................................ H 9 ................................................. I TOTAL LIABILITIEB (excludtn I subollinated notS end lblturea) ............................................................................... l luboffllnlted hotel and dellntums ................................................................................................................................. EQUITY CAPITAL 12. Preferred mk a. NO. sime outstanding [ None l .................................................. (Par volue) ...... Comnwm stock a, No. share= authorized l 2,400 t b. No. sla,moutstandln8 | 2,400 (Parvelue) ...... MII. 1 5 1 4 26 ____ one 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9a b c 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ,17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 e b 25 26 27 28 29 3O 31 32 i 249_ ss s.rus ............................................................................................................................................................................. l i 760_ 34 und  ................................................................................................................................................................ 540 ss ,Ni Reserve for ontlnsencles end other capitol reeerves .................................................................................................... 2 ine  TOTAL EQUII CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 36) ....................................................................................................... 540 37 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of e,= 30 31, and 37) 6 = 997= 3a "- M[MORANDA | Averese for 115 or 30 celend|r days endln I with call date: " I. Clsh end due from Ilnkl (comlslnds to item I abs) .......................................................................................... 1 !0] la b. Federal funds =old and curltlas puff:hated under eireement$ to re=ell (corretd| to Item 8 above) ............. 1 !g75 b 11 1901 c. Total loans ((mmponda to item 91 elve) ....................................................................................... . ................... d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more (corresponds to' Memorendl itlms 31 plus 3b below) .................  ............... 1700 d e. TOtJl deposits (corrponds to item 24 IbOve) ........................................................................................................ 24 1060 " f. Fedorel funds purchaNd and mmuritles =old under esreemerAI to mpumhm (ommponds to item 25 shove) INone f ' II. Other liabilitlel for borrowed rrnlr (mleponda to Item 26 eltl) ...................................................................  il I. 8tondby lettml of credR outstendinl ...............................................................................................................................  2 ! Time llltltl of $100,000 or more: ......................................................... s. TI certlfic of deposR in denominations of !1;100,000 or more ........................................................................ I  3a ..... b. Other time ,dapos| in amountl of 1 or more ..................... I 2 b z....a.ck..Y.........s..].0...e...,...Er....s::..t .............  ............ o . .,-,,.,, 6..., ,  1 ,%',I } * , ,, o/oo., .--  /;i*, .#,,----. c==--.4=.,- ...... .. 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'!:?, ,." :;..:;:.. ,..,.,,. .................. . .................................. I by Nedra Alltop Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Rogers of Elyria, Ohio are moving back to West Virginia. They will be living in Glenville. Mrs. Rogers is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Moss of Normantown, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dobbins and daughter, Donna, from Grafton, Ohio have been visiting relatives and friends in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Alltop of Pennsboro visited the Harlen Alltop family over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Alltop of Elyria, Ohio; Cindy Alltop and Roger Smith of Grafton visited relatives in this area over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smith of LaGrange, Ohio visited relatives in this area over the weekend. Mike preached at the Upper Steer Run Baptist Church Saturday afternoon and Saturday night at the Oak Grove Baptist Church. John Hamric, member of the National Guard, wig be in camp in Virginia for the next couple of weeks. Mrs. Ora Smith entered the Calhoun General Hospital last week. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray White last Sunday afternoon were Merle McCoy, Robert and Sandy White, Wendy and Kim; Marjorie Parsons. After a four day visit with the Whites and Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Reaser, Mrs. Dorothy Kuhn of E1yria, Ohio sends back this poem: The scenery in West Virginia is etched in my heart. The beauty of the hills is just a start. The valleys below are a sight to see My eyes can't take in all the beauty. Houses sprinkled here and there Gardens and flowers all tended with care The beautiful streams running through the land Is a fisherman's paradise for any man. I The people are friendly and offer a hand To anyone in trouble on their land The cows are grazing and drinking their fill With their little calves beside them upon the hill. When they get tired-on a hillside they meet Finding a tree all shady shady and green They sit down to talk or dream As I watch them I wish that I could play too But I've grown up and cannot do. Oh! how I wish when I was a child That I could have come hera once in a while I'd like to work in the fields walk in the woods Seeing and loving the lend as a person should. It's just a beautiful sight for people to see Just the way GOd made it- per[ect, you see. _ I ........ Sand Fork- News nF.!!!!!!!!!/H iii/ .C . . - ii.ii .. I i Audi Conrld Several of our neighhars have been attending the meetings at Sutton Theater. Dave Green of the Amazing Facts Radio-Television Mlntry is the speaker.They will lest until Aug. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Meyer and children were visiting some friend in Sand Fork last week. They now work in Alabama. Robert Conrad was in Clerksburg for a hearing July 15. He was represented hy Attorney James Martin. If you have Sand Fork news, call 462-7529. III II I NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS This is a reminder that all 1977 real estate and personal property taxes will be due and payable August 1, 1977. A 2% discount will be allow during the month of August. The Sheriff's Office will be open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a,m. to 4:00 p.m. and during the month of August, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Saturdays. CLARK R. JAMES Sheriff b Treasurer of Gllmer County I I II I .... Valley Inn Club Dance Sat. July 30 Deliverance Members & Guests I I I , I HOUSEHOLD I AUCTION I SATURDAY, JULY 30-10:00 a.m. I ! .Household: Beautiful =van; gwlvel chair; maple strll ! I chair, lot odd chairs; foot stool; pr. lovely brass and ther I I lamps; mirrors; mahogany table w/ 2 matldag end tables; I I wooden sewing cabinet, 5 Ira. bedroom sMte; several bed= ! IJ_ w/ mattresses and springs; ehest of drawers; breaMast let I I w/4chairs; utllRytable; kitchen fuel; biglotldtehenuteus I I and equipment; corn popper; Iron preuure eooker; eu opener; i I 2 ironing boards; collanders; splee set; comuete: bl lot balda _I I and other dishes; 2 sets dinaerware; stlal" e'---tablewsre T, I I canning Jars; extra nice 3 . perch set; iawa ehalr; meted I flowers; georgous afghan; new comfort plus a big lot o'-lood .... m ! mis.eellanous, lddlng; goose feather pmowl; z lovely crocheted ! I table eloths, all kinds of seatter rugs and draperies', I sWeepel'8 I I like new. I I MISCELLANEous: Wizard garden tractor; I bicycles [1-10 i speed]; set eg.off elulm; stereo record; Xmas deeorstlom. _I ANTI,Q.UE$. Beautiful barber chair; dres=ers; mmd; I I pictures, shadow box; what-uot gheives; lot aaUques emm; I e ch,,,; mirror; coffee mill hmp mid mMy ether Item" I. I Plenty parking Ipaee I M_ Terms-- Cash FoodServed I I ' . NOt responsFole for accidents I I ow00rs. ,,. and,rs..an00 CoU00 and ConU00 | I Auctioneer: Robert J. Butcher / IIIIIIIllI_ --- I -_ IIIIl Special to 4-H ers The 4-H Polly recipient this year I 16 years old and and Mrs, Gene Davis has been in 4-H eight completed two proje been a resident Since that time she 1 active member of Mountaineer 4-H club her 4-H pin to this camp will be The Tubby Boggs went to Jeff Bailey Jeff is 15 years old and Mrs. James Count'/. He has been in and has completed been a member of Judging team and the Judging team, J exchange camper to and received his 4-H Keith is and Mrs. William been in 4-H ten yes completed 11 exchange camper to and a delegate to Boys: 1975 and competed in contest where his places sixth. He has and Sag of his tribe and ! of Camp twice. The camp is Rodney 4-H exchange campers 4-H exchanse next year were Deanna White, Diane Somerville, iams, Chisler, Bares ford. and Stave Ellyson. Deanna Burke. age Mr. and Mrs. in 4-H seven years five projects, received Penny and been Seneca She will be going to camp along with and Mrs. John .White. 01d and a five-year has won various pins 4-H activities and has projects. Diane Somerville is and the daughter of Rodney Somerville. She five years and has projects. Diane wig County 4-H camp alon, Williams, the 13-yeer-olO and Mrs. James Wigta been in 4-H six yer completed five projects, Judy Chisler will b# Nicholas County 4-H caP Andy Berisford. Judy is daushter of Mr. and Mrs. She ha8 been in 4-H five completed six projects. Bertsford. He has been tit and has completed has won several awards tl activitiea. NEW OIL AND GAS #47-O21-2857 Operator: Vanderbilt oration District: Center Farm: Mineral: Surface: Coastal Lumbr Projected: 1900' Iniun #47-021-2858 Operator: Vanderbllt oration District: Center Farm: Mineral: pSrUor:;ed:C;stl In,un SHOWING Show Sts il I IIi ?1 i John ,, RIO