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12 The Gienvme Democrat/Pathfindur August 5, 1076 Buck birthplace hosts authors A speech on the disappearing Appalachian culture will highlight the rogram for Author's Day, Aug. 8 at Pear| Buck Birthplace in Hillsbero. Dr. Thomas Brown, a native of the Black Hills of South Dakota, and associate professor of mumc at West Virginia University will be the featured speaker. Dr. Brown initiated the collection of folk music tapes in the West Virgins University Library in 1971. His proposal for the development and trial of a course of instruction in Appalachian folk music has been founded by the West Virginia Department of Education. Dr. Brown believes cultural heritage may be slipping way from the people who are to inherit it-Appalachian youth. The public is urged to come hear the efforts bein8 taken to prevent this, The program will include a short talk by Mrs, Thomas Edaar. Mrs. Edgar, who presently maintains a home in Hrllaboro, has written various works daalin8 with the home birthplace and helping handicapped people. Mrs. Edgar's late htmband's family owned the birthplace home for 23 years. eSpeed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televidons See the Zenith Col0r Sets on display. We install and service all sal00 RHOADES PLUMBING Et FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone 462-7365 WE SERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL Cemlk00ted Iqm00r of G.d/t00 Miss Virginia Steele who was in the first teacher's delegation to the Peoples Republic of China in 1973, will also be on hand to show her slides of China. Coffee and cake will be available, the program will begin at 1:30 p.m. and is free to the public. Guided tours of the Birthplace of Pearl Buck will be available during the day. The Pearl S. Buck Birthplace, a historically restored building of the 1890's, is located on U.S. Highway 219 about halfway between Elkins and Lewisburg. For further information contact: Mr. David Hyer, Executive Director. Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, P.O. Box 126, Hrl]sboro, WV 24946. Harper's Ferry fall craft fast planned Coinciding with the autumn glory of West Virginia, the Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival will be held in Harper's Ferry on Oct. 8, 9, 10 and 11. The fair site is near the Harper's Ferry Caverns. This fall, more than 125 skilled artists and craftsmen have been invited to participate in this highly respected Arts and Crafts Festival. The Fall Festival hours of the Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Don't be a nard! Register to vote and cast your ballot! Before you buy, Check our Prices and Workmanship BENNETT & SON MONUMENTS Display Yard at 440 High St. Grantsville, W. Va. 354.6162 CdhMie/lql(akdUidis .................... "; ......................................... Kanawha Union Bank ................ A .......................................................... utraz'leston, I. Ya, 25305 of ........ .G..1.,.e..n..Y..... e. ............ in the State of ...e..s..t....v..'.a:..g..,n...a.. ................ : ............ aad Domestic Subsidiaries at the eleme of bmbte on ....... ..J.n.e... O. .................. ,19_7.6, , I , # "ll i ,, , IUI 'I I ,, , , , BALANCE SHEET  ASSETS Sch__.: Item Co,. Mil.. [ 1. Cash and due from banks .......................................................................... C 7 ....................................  [ 1 2. U.S. Treasury securities ............................................................................. B 1 E ................................... 4 ! 2 3. Obligations of other U,S. Government agencies and corporations .............. S 2 E ................................... 2 ! 3 4, ns of States and political subdivisions .......................................... B 3 E ................................... 4 ! 4 5. Other bonds, notes, and debentures .................................................... : ..... S 4 E ................................... ; 5 6. Corporate stock ................................................................................................................................................................  6 7. Trading account securities ............................................................................................................................................... n 7 8. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under slgreemente to resell .... D 4  8 9. s. Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) ............................................ A 10 ].0 9! b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses .................................................................................  t. c. Loans, Net ...................................................................................................................................................................... 9 ! ( 10. Direct lease financing ................................... : ....................................................................................................................  I0 II. Bank premim, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premtm ..................................................... : 11 12. Real estate owned other then bank premises .................................................................................................... ........... : 12 13. Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated comp@nles .................................................................... , 13 14 14 Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outetandins ..................................................................................... : 15 Other assets ................................................................................................ G 7 ..................................................... 15 16. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thru 15) ........................................................................................................... 23 i 16 LIABILffIES Sc_...h. .,___m Cowl. 5 ]i3 j z7 17. Demand depOsits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................ F If A ........................... 18. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .. F If B+C .......................... ! 4 i 18 19. Deposits of United States Government ...................................................... F 2 A+B+C ...................... 19 20. DelXXtRS Of States and political subdivisions ........................................... F 3 A+B+C .................... i20 21. De, p0sits of foreign governments and official institutions .......................... F 4 A+8+C ..................... :21 22. lIX)sitl of commercial banks .................................................................... F 5+6 A+B+C ........................ 122 23. Certified and officers' checks ...................................................................... F 7 A .................................. 23 24. TOTAL DEPOSITS (sum of Rems 17 thru 23) ............................................................................ 2 24 s. Total demand deposits .......................................................................... F 8 A  b. Total time and savings deposits ............................................................ F 8 B;CL  25. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to relmrclmse E " 4 ................................................. 25 26. Other Ialities for borrowed money ............................................................................................................................. 26 27. Mortpge indebtedness ................................................................................................................................................. 27 28. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ......................................................................... 28 29. Otl'4r IIIdtlttki ........................................................................................... H 9 .................................................. 29 30, TOTAL LIAelLITiES (excluding subordinated not. end debentures) ............................................................................... 30 Subordinated notes and debentures ................................................................................................................................. 31 EQUITY CMqTAL ..... i Nonel a 32. Prafred stock a. No. shares outstsndlnll None  .............. . ................................... (lr value) ....... 33. Common stock a. No. shares authortzl '2140,0 J b. No. sharesoutstandini 2/400 } .................................................. (Plrvaltm) ....... I 760]4240 J& 3S. Undivided profits ................... : ........................................................................................................................................... - i Nonq 36. Reserve for contingencies and other capital reesrv ..................................................................................................... 2 [ ].93 137 37. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 36) ....................................................................................................... TOTAL LIABILmE$ AND E(JiTY CAPITAL ,(lure of items O 31, and,37) ..: .................................................... i ' ............ -- 23 I 769.1311 MEMORANDA ..... i- I'. Awrap for 15 Or 30 calendar days ending with call de: S. Cash and due from banks (corresponds to item 1 above) ......................................................................................... b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under sgresments to resell (ormeponds to item 8 above) ............ c. Total loans (corresponds to item 9a shove) ............................................................................................................. d. Time d of $100,000 or more (corresponds to Memoranda tten 3a plus 3b below) .................................... e. Total deposits (corresponds to itam 24 sbove) ......................................................................................................... f. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to relrchese (corresponds to item 25 above) .. 8. Other liabilities for borrOWed money (corresponds to item 26 above) ................................................................... -%. 2, Standby letters of credit outstanding .......................................................................................................................... 3, Time deposits of $100.000 or more: .......................................................... a. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more ............................................................. 610 , 10 042 = 300  I .._..._.,. ..Z,Z.T_. , None f NonJ | None 300 ,I s one b h tth, r time devosits in amounts of $100,000 or more ....................  ....................... ;., ............................... ;  -- Jno. E. Arbuckle o" k e.,w.d'lk,,k do  {, |zest t/, report o! ,. ......... T7..::Z,, ./ f'7 //_IZ,, . f ................................. ...... ::::: ...... ............ ...................... ...... I WO,rAal-s m) ard I keb era'lily that I am _ t =x o/[,ieT . or dir,etoAr R/ tA i Z.. "A-Z. June z  n ,z . My m/mt smrs# ............................................ /9 .................. : ........ , Notl Publ@. ................... i iii .......... ,,  .......... _ ......... , ....... ;,_. OBITUARIES. Floyd F. Peters Floyd F. Peters, a retired mail carrier of Linn, died at his home after an apparent heart attack Thursday, July 29. Born in Gilmer County, a son of the late Okey and Druzilla Yerkey Peters, he was a member of the Giimer County Hunt Club and the Rock Grove Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Loreta Self; five sons, Carl of Wheeling, Ronald of Canton. O.. John of Camden on Gauley, Richard and Michael of Linn; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Ann Perrine of lane Lew, Mrs. Sharon Radcliff of Copley and Mrs. Nina Kayser of GLenville; a brother, Denzil of Weston; a sister, Mrs. Birdie James of Glenville and 11 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Lynn Funeral services were conducted Saturday, July 31 at the Rock Grove Baptist Church with Ray. Glenn Kirkpatrick officiating. Burial was in the Rock Grove Cemetery. Trotters return to State Fair Harness racing, one of the nation's most colorful sporting events, returns to the State Fair of West Virginia, August 24-28. Fast class trotters and pacers will compete at the State Fair oval for five days during the annual exposition. Harness racing enthusiasts are expected to vie for purse money exceeding $14,000 in the racing meet. Superintendent for the racing program is Frank Wilson and Dr. Samuel Howe, Marietta, Ohio, who will be the presiding judge. The sulky sport has long provided the nation with one of its most colorful and thrilling sports spectacles. Five afternoons of racing have been scheduled for owners from many states to bring their trotters and pacers to compete in the 18 racing events. Competitors are expected from The stqomums, a type of dinoamw famoua for its quee Dlatelike armor, had a brain no bilger than a walnut; Businessmen. Merchants. There is no better way to reach your local market than an ad in your local pal..r. Ca]] 462-7309 now for information on our low rates, eombinatlon ads and big discounts on contract advertising! West Virginia, Virginia, Ohio, Mary- land, North Carolina, South Carolina and Pennsylvainia. Horsemen made an enthusiastic response to the State Fair's race program last year, with large fields and fast times in every event. The photo finish unit will again be used. Races begin at 2 p.m. each afternoon on the all-weather track. Admission to the grandstand is free for the harness racing program which also features top rated vaudeville acts between races. ROCKY FORK NEWS By Hazel Flint Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Collins and their son, Jeff and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Leigh, all of Barberton, Ohio visited Mrs. Hazel Flint last weekend. Other visitors in Rocky Fork last week were: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Peterson and daughter from Pennsyl- vania; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Barley from Bristol; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mick and tWO sons tr0m Pennsylvania; lainie and Ed Miller from Barberton, Ohio; Minter Ratcliff and son Jamie from West Union: Dannie and Mildred Riffle and daughter from Levitsburg, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grimes and two children from Bristol and Russell Grimes Jr. and his wife Pare and their son. Rosemary Wilfong was operated on last week in a hospital in Allentown, Pa. She is doing Free. Helen Collins and Hazel Flint visited Agnes Heater last Wednesday. Little Bobby Lowther spent two days in the Weston Hospital after being snake bitten. He's home now and getting along fine. I III I I II A UCTION SALE SA TURDA Y, AUGUST 14. 1976 9AM FURNITURE BOOKS TOOLS CLOTHING COUNTER SCALE (LARGE) STEREO SMALL RADIO TREADLE SEWING MACHINE HOUSEHOLD ITEMS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS HOME OF MRS. P. A. HANLIN A T SINKING CREEK BRIDGE TERMS: CASH ON DAY OF SALE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS OWNERS RESERVE RIGHTTO REJECT ANY BIDS AUCTIONEER: CLARK MINNEY MRS.P.A. HANLIN  FERN COBERLY Mr. and from Lorian, vacation Rush Fork. Mr. and in Mrs. week they Maryland with s folks. Recent Matthew fatal1! Mr. and Mrs. West Milford Mrs Jay Fork. The held at the Bear F welcome. Mrs. pearl Gaines were Tuesday. We extend family Alkire is the and Mrs Frank Mrs. Heater Hospital and her daughter family before Mr. and family of David Cole of weekend guestS Delbert Cole. Mr, and Wilkerson Campbell 58 waters of Canter district. Mr. and others grant to ] Gregory two Cedarville. Arleen Mrs. Ernest C. Rt. 24 eight the waters dietri, ......... Mr. and to Mr. lots in the City of Maude Mr. and Mrs. the Camden of Glenville. Genevieve Mr. and Mrs. L. and part Addition to the Mr. end grant to Mr. tracts of land Brush Run, Troy  containing and 24.25 acre" Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 42.16 acres Creek. ].A. two tracts of hand fork of district, The acres and the 8crag. and Shells Lynn Arthur Glenville and of Glenville. Super Income, Store Restaurant, Service Station, 3 Apartments, Living Quart / road. Stock, equipment, Real Estate, 45,000. 5 Acres more or less extends to river. Fronts Rts. 119 and 33, near Glenville. $ bufldinp, 6 8partment units, small barn, free gas. An excellent opportunity. 18 Acres fronts Rt. 5 near Stouts Mill, aproximately V level, clear, level piece of property, $39,000. Sit before your wood buredng fireplace and look at the majestic mountedsu; Bedrooms, ftdl bath, 39 country acres. Unsurpased view, good access S27,900" Cabin in the woods on a creek. 3 Acres. Watch the deer from your big sHdinlt Brand new 3 BR home, never even lived in ses hayseed Hay. Beautiful ready for you to move into, $39,000. LISTINGS WANTED WiNiam Hunt, Inc., Realtors .$12 |lk St., Gessney Offkm 364.8365 w 3M.5547