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Page 8--The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, August 8, 1991 Magistrate's Report Custom Homes Remodeling e Commercial Construction Concrete Roofing Backhoe "The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price." P.O. Box 325 Gienville, WV 26351 (304) 462-8336 R. W. Minigh Chief Magistrate Civil Rose Ella Greathouse vs. Steven Greathouse, domestic violence hearing held, final pro- tective order entered. Marvin Lewis Jarvis vs. Rick Goodrich, confessed judgement on debt owed suit. Misdemeanor State vs. Rocky Dale Ell!son, ESTATE AUCTION , fishing without license, dis- "~ SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 9.30 A.M. I missed, one year rule. Jane Lew, Lewis County, High Street, off Broad Run Road. I State vs. Dale Lee Can-, dr!v- OnAugust 1 at 3:05 p.m. on Rt. ll9just south ofthe Camden Fiats intersection P . g Estate of Frona Lee Oolan Riffle. I ing suspended for driving under driving north in a truck owned by Summers Construction Com any when Re ena I the influence, failure to stop for was driving a 1987 Pontiac south on 119, crossed the center line and struck the Real Estate: 2 BR house w/attached cellar & room built over. Gas heal, well I , . . p water, ci~ sewage, city water available. 4 outbldgs. 1 stall block garage. Lotl emergency vehicle, reckless Stalnaker recieved serious injuries and was flown to Ruby Memorial Hos ital size 37.8 front x 290' deep. Executor reserves right to reject bid on Real Estate.I driving, no registration, no insur- McHenry received no apparent injuries. Above, EMT crews prepare Regena L. 0% clown will be required on day of sale & balance on delivery of deed.[ ance, improper plate, and ex- Health Net flight to Ruby Memorial Hospital. roperty may be viewed through arrangements with Auction Service (see num-I pired MVI, warrants issued, at- bet below). Antiques & Collt tibkm: Mandolin (Washburn 1893), desk (dropfront scroll! raigned, released from jail, re- State vs. Michael Lec Moss, State vs. Howard L. Smith, leased on $1,000.00 bond, cov- charged with public intoxication charged with overwidth without Ambulant work!,. Victor Victrola, Cedar Chest, Pi~ .al:~. e post bed w/t~.~hboy chest, see-I ering seven cases, appeared before the court and permit and moving an oversized -- uopa oooKease (4 stacKs), dresser M~I:~), corner cabinet (painted), Pel State vs. Kevin P. Lahey, entered a plea of nolo contender, load, entered a plea of guilty, a July 28, sate cabinet (painted), oak dresser w/mirror, round oak stand, oak bedstead,31 warrant issued for striking unat- a fine of $71.00 was imposed by fine of $96.00 was imposed by Sand "Fork, treadle machines, china cabinet (painted), dome top trunk, square trunks, mantle tended motor vehicle, the court, the court. clock (Plymouth), oak rocker, iron beds, stone jars, crocks, glass butter chum State vs. Charles Rutherford, Amy Lopcy, ap- State vs. Charles H. Metz, p.m. Carol #16 pot belly stove, set McNichol China(8place), Homer Laughlin stone pitcher, State vs. lots of pink & green depression, Gravy Turreen (Virginia Rose), oil lamp (green), assorted English china (Corinthian), glass cake stands, pressed punch bowls, pr. o~ rain. kerosene lamps, washboards, baskets, quilting frames, quilts (hand & machine), large iron kettle, spittoon (stone), asserted carnival glass, brass school bell, wheat cradle, books. Lots of misc.& household items. An All Day Sale - Bring chairs & enjoy the day - Terms: Cash or approved check w/ID Executor: Joseph C, Frazier KINGS AUCTION SERVICE Joe King #283 - 269-6228 Lunch Available __W i el illl, U"i'-'L~-,---,--?lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll~ Ill ,-- m m m II =,, Date and Time: m _. _i " SEPTEMBER 21 1991 = i " = 9.'00 kM. i RI .~~~~~~~~ WEST VIRGINIA DEPA/q~ OF TRA/4SPORTATIO~ DIVISION C~e HIG~AYS, L~T~ AT T~ INTERSECTION OF I~ 33 AND BRUSHY FORK ROAD, BUCrJU~, WF~t VIRGINIA 26201 FEATURING PICKUp TRUCKS 20' FLAT TRAILER SKID ~ t~dLDID~ SCHOOL SUSES CN~ CAB UTILITY TRUCK ~ BOOILS SINGLE ~LE DtmP TRUCKS BACK}lOS VIBNAYOgy mLUULR T~DF~ AXLE DUMp TRUCES FORRLIrYS OffiCE YR~ZlJ~ FLAT BED ~UCKS .~R~S~ C~PPEgS H~:H~qICS TRUCK $10 SLAZEHS END LO~d~ERS 3/4 TO~ V~$ JEEP CHeROKEeS ~ILgg ~dgPhU~T CRACK SEJUhg~ SURURB~S CREW CAB PICKUPS SHOPAIR C'~IPRgS$ORS ROAD GRADERS FARM TRACTORS AIR COMPRESSORS TRAILER ALL PROSPECTIVE BUYERS MUST REGISTER TO QUALIFY. THE DOORS WILL OPEN AT 8:00 A,M., SEPTEMBER 21, 1991 FOR THE SALE DAY REGISTRATION. AI~ PROSPECTIVE BUYER HAy PRE-REGISTER AT THE E~JIE~KWT DIVIS~C/~ PRIOR TO ~!~ SALE DAY. O~LY OUALIFIED BUYERS WILL BE AI~ITTED TO THE SALE AREA. (ALL CHILDREN, NE~AMICS, PARTNERS, C~ HUST POST THE $I00.00 CASH DEPOSIT. ) TO QUALIFY, & DEPOSIT OP $I00.00 CAS~ ~D oR c.~s~x~s c~r~cK. Is E~QUI~. THE CnSCE MUST as ~UtDE PAYABt.,~ TO~ CHECKS WILL Bt ACCEPTED FOR THE S-~-OO.O0 DEPOSIT IF TNE pROSPECTIVE BUYER HAS A CURRENT LETTER OF CREDIT. THE DEPOSIT FEE MAy BE APPLIED TO pUNCItASI~. ~lr NO PURCIIA~E IS MADE, THE $I00.00 DEPOSIT WILL BE REFUMDED WN~ THE NIDDEIt~ TAG AND DEPOSIT SLIP ARE SURRENDERED. ~o ~ WII~ BE I~DE ~(TZD ~ 1:00 ~.N. ON THE DAY OE THE SALE. PAYMENT CASNIERS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT 1:00 P.M. FOR PURCIIASF~ MADE DUEIHG THE AM AND PM SALE, PAYMENT FOR A~ IT~IS ~FJST ~E MADE BY CASH, CERTIFIED CIIECE, CASHIERS C~ECK AND/oR PERSONAL (~ C~ CI~CKL. PER~AL OR COmpANy CHECKS CAR EE ACCEPTED FOE TOTAL PURCHASES ONLy IF ACC~ARIED BY A CURR~2~T LETTER OF CR~T. CHECKS FOE PAYMENT OE PURCRL~ES MUST ALSO BE MADE PAYABLE TO THE WEST VIRGINIA DEPAJ~ D!P TRA~SI~ATI(~# DIVISION Olg II~GI~A~n. SAMPLE LETTER OF CREDIT: THE LETTER I~JST BE ADDRESSED TO THE WEST VINGINIA DEPART~ O~ ~tA/4~&TZON1 D~ISION O~'H~G~AYS AND MUST BE ON pINANCIAL INSTITUTION LE'I~EA~. "' '. IS A CUSYOI~R OF OOR BARK, A~D WE WILL GUARANTEE PAY~ OP CHECKS WRITTEN ON HIS ACCOUNT UP TO (SPECIFY AR~} DOLLARS FOR PUNCMASES AT YOUR AUCTION SALE ON SEPTEMBER 21, 1991." THIS LETTER OF CREDIT WILL BE VALID THROOGH NOVEMBER 4, 1991, THE LAST DAY THAT S~TTLI~ OF ACCOUNTS I~A~ BE MADE. SALE OF H~V~/ E~UII~ WILL START AT I:00 P.M. OR IRNEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE SALE OF TRANSPORTATION EQUII~IE~T; ~ AT THIS TINE, O~E-WAy PERMITS WILL BE ISSUED. EQUIPMENT MAy BE INSPECTED BY S'~ATI~ AGENCIES, INSTITUTIOI~S, AND ALL CO~ES AND MUNICIPALITIES UP TO AND INCLUDING FRIDAy, SEPTEMBER 6, AND BY THE I~ELIC DOllING THE DAYS DE sEPTENBER% THR(YJGH SEPTERBER 13o AND SEPT~ER ~6 TI~ SItPTI~ER 18, BETWEEN THE HO~ OF 8:00 A.N. & 3:00 P.M. WE WILL BE CLOSED TI~DAy & FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19 &20 TO PEEPARE FOE THE SALE. THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO OELETE OR ADO I~IS PRIOR TO SA~ DAY. ALL ITm~S PUlICRASE0 WJST NE ~ ~ ~ l~ NO L~'ri~ll "t~ TM NOVEMBER 4, 19~, oR ~IT WILL BE l~gt~J. NOTE: l~II~ NOT PICKJ~ ~ BY NOVEMBER 4, 1991 WILL BE RECLAIMED BY THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. peace warrant, arraigned, re- leased on bond to Doddridge County. State vs John Swiger, worth- less check warrant issued, sent to Sheriff. Traffic State vs. Samuel C. Thomas, driving under the influence first offense, arraigned, guilty plea entered, sentenced to 24 hours in jail, fine and cost of $166.00 as- sessed and paid. State vs. Phillip Leon Rastle, speeding, arraigned, fine and cost of $66.00 assessed, sent to Lewis County. State vs. Linn Dorsie Mead- ows, improper registration, ar- raigned, fine and cost of $66.00, sent to Jackson County. Worthless Checks Pizza Royale vs. Tanya Coo- per, worthless check notice mailed. Pizza Royale vs. Tanya Coo- per, worthless check notice mailed. Pizza Royale vs. Timothy C. Bush, worthless check notice mailed. Pizza Royale vs. Ronald Hall, worthless check notice mailed. Brown's Texaco vs. Sear, K. Davis, worthless check paid to clerk. Carol L. Wolfe Magistrate Criminal State vs. Brenda L. Kinter, charged with unlawful disposal of trash, entered a plea of guilty, a fine of $156.00 was imposed by the court. State vs. James C. Call, charged with public intoxication, entered a plea of not guilty and was released on his own recog- nizance. MODEL 37 26 X 60 (1344 Square Feet) - Solid as a Rock - Livable as a Mansion - P.O. Box 39 Robbim. N.C. 27325 Telephone (919) 948-2141 Standard Home Specifications Brand Name Apohances Rasidanti~l Noulral Drape Package Saxony Plush Carl~l ~th ~ Pad Steel 10" I-Beam W~(~'IaLISOr "Stmcturewood" Floors Full 2"x6" Floor Jolts, 16" D.C. Bsmt Truss-Type Roof Rafters 16- D.C. Fu 2"x4" Sidewall Studs, 16" D.C. Type Floor 90" Caihr~ Throughout Cathedral Ceiling Great Room/Dining Room Rasidenti=d Textured Ceilings ~ Vinyl Lap Siding with 50 Yr. Warranty (1~_ ter Bdrm., Kilchen, Foyer arm) 200 Amp ,,~mdce-~terior I~ceptade with Gfl 30 Gal.ElectricWater Heater-TotaIpackage 4717" ~o~F%~:la Hood Residential Lined Overhead Porcelain Commode Se= " Stainless Steal Led~ Type kn~ Sink Exlenor Light at all Outside Doen~ 1 piece libel'glass Tub both baths _ with Wood Seats Solid Oak En~ Foyer No Wax Roof "file Kitchen & Ulitity Room Raised Panel Cabinet Doors Roller ~ Drwor Guide~ 6 Panel Inte(~ Doors Throughout with Deluxe Hardware Ceiling |-an with Light Grtmt Room R-11 - R-11 - R-19 Insulation ~ge (Zone 2) Kick Plates on all Ease Cabinets All Metal Interior Door Kno~ Pm, acy Locks on all Bedrooms & Baths Steel 6 Panel Front Exterior Rumbed for Washer, Wired & Vented for Dryer Deluxe Shutters Front Side Door with Storm Egress Windows in all Master Bedrooms Shingled Roof with over Hangs I Dishwasher Outside HTT~e & Walorl:~of ~ F.kictrk~ Outlets T~ ~ that fold out to dean I 5/8" Door Jaml~ [:)etaehel~ Hitches with R~m~ Cro~ Members ~ 6 Per~ Door o~ R~WI~ Slorm I Positive Vonitilat|on System Tile Bad~pt~,h behind ~ Sink Oek ~ Reil over Irdchen Cabinets Doa Nome Com t y with 7n 6- CJo t Meid Perimeter Heat Ducts (Exterior) ~ Delta ~ Lever Faucet Kild~m Brass Diningroom Chandelier 3.80 on 12 Roof Pitch (48 K~ Past) or Louvered Me~ Door over Furnace Area Spanish Arch at Foyer Area Standard Roof Pitch w/Dormer Double Lays Master Bedroom 4 for ~h, ano overa~ ~dth. Room d,mensens ==re ~:~e~mitte ~nside wall to ~ dimemiom. Mountaineer Mobile Homes Inc. RL 1, Box 20 Just past LA Joes on left on RL 33 Spencer, WV 927-2348 or 1-800-427-9137 I pcarcd before the court and paid $26.00 fine and cost on a prior shopli fling conviction. State vs. Danny Ray Bosley, appeared before the court and paid $100.00 fine on a prior driving under influence with in- juries conviction. Civil Terey King, plaintiff vs. Wil- liam "Beaver" King, defendant, a domestic violence hearing was held before the court, a 60 day protective order was issued in behalf of the plaintiff. O. V. Townsend, plaintiff vs. Ruby Townsend, defendant, a civil suit was filed involving possession of property Worthless Checks State vs. John Swiger, a worthless check warrant was is- sued. State vs. Rhonda Wagner, a worthless check warrant was is- sued. State vs. Kandie Swiger, a worthless check warrant was is- sued. State vs. Lori L. Frame, a worthless check notice was is- sued. State vs. Lori L. Frame, a worthless check notice was is- sued. State vs. Lori L. Norman, a worthless check notice was is- sued. State vs. Gary A. Lewis, ap- peared before the court and paid $17.90 on a worthless check no- tice. State vs. Chris Bogley, a worthless check notice was is- sued. Traffic State vs. Steve Marple, charged with overwidth without permit and moving an oversized load, entered a plea of guilty, a fine of $96.00 was imposed by the court. charged with overweight in Doddridge County appeared be- fore the court on the ticket, a plea of guilty was entered, a fine of $211.00 was imposed by the court. State vs. Dean K. Stump, ap- peared before the court on an overweight charge, a plea of guilty was entered, and a fine of $146.00 was imposed by the COUrt. State vs. Howard I. Groves, appeared before the court on charges of failure to yield right of way, a plea of guilty was en- tered and a fine of $76.00 was imposed by the court. Deeds Recorded Richard Lee Rhines, etux, to Glendal J. Smith, Jr., land, Glen- ville District. Mary V. Simmons to Betty V. Bayless, interests oil, gas and minerals, Ritchie and Gilmer County. Connie Minney to David Minney, land, Center District. Victor V. Metz, etux, to Vir- ginia T. Bameu, land, GlenviUe Corporation. Bankers T'rust Corp., New York Corporation to Bernard Postalwait, etux, land, Center District. Kenneth H. Campbell Jr. etux, David Kenneth Campbell, Sr., etux, land, Center District. Michael G. Burton to Rick Wine, etux, land, Troy District. GCVFD August 1, 3:05 p.m. - Re- sponded to accident scene, Rt. 33, Glenville Hill; set up landing zone at Gilmer County Health Department for Health Net. August 2, 11:21 a.m _; Re- sponded to request of landing zone set up for Health Net at Normantown School grounds. PAIN AND SUFFERING LOSS OFENJOYMENT OF LIFE These are just some of the losses we can help you recover if you or a loved one has been injured through the fault of another. Turkey Fork Medical sion, July 29, Alfred, from Glcnville July 30, 1: Rogers, from Stonewall Hospital in Quentin to SJMH. July 31, 2: lison, from SJMH; 6:t3 Atkinson, Calhoun Granstville; 1 Tumer, from 12:21 p.m.- Apartments, p.m.- ments, no August Robbie to SJMH; Marsh from 33, to partrnent Memorial town, via August 2, Bell, from Normantown Memorial town, via Eric Parsons, State Park to Cecil Street to cGH August 3, Quick, from SJMH. City Glenville porting peri, On July Lewis license plate On July on ing and no Also Thome South Lewis vehicle Jeffrey L Mills was improper Surance. AUCTION Saturday, August 10, 1991 - 10.'00 a.m. 2 miles from Bumt.House, Rt. 47 on Ritchle & Gilmer County Line Residence of Paul Gillesple Truck load of tools-all kind, Grindstone, Cow bells, Iron skillets &ll named, Variety of stone jars, Harvest table, 3 oak drums, 1bow front wash stand, Assortment of glassware & dishes, 2 handmade tables, 4 stands, 1 with claw feet, 3 Husher hutches, 2 straight front wash stands, Old beds, 1 oak pie safe w/glass front, 5 Sausage mills, Large assortment of wooden chairs, Old picture frames, 1 old treadle seWing machine, Rocker chairs, 1 old churn, Cookie jars, Old maple desk, Flat wall cupboard, Old wicker baskets, 45 lawn mowers, Large blacksmith vise, Small round table, Side mower for Ford tracker, Saddle & bndles, 2 gas heaters, 4 gas hot ates, Harness hames w/brassknobs, Brass kettles, 1 metal building ( 8 x17'), Corn planters, 1 - metal half bed.1 riding lawn mower. Other Rems too numerous to list Not responslble for accidents Food will be served Don1 Miss This Sale - Everyth g Goes Auctk)neers Fred L. McCraw, r. # 80-91 & T.M. Dobbins # 31-91 Warn to Try The Lul ,I 11