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8 The Gien~4lle Democrat/Pathfinder August 14. 1975 512 Elk St., Gassaway,WV Office 364-5547 364-8365 Evenir g 765-2401 364-8808 364.2201 Listings of all types. Call for a free inspection with no obligation. Lot? Why buy a lot when you can have land for the same price? Airport Read outside Sutton-- 3 beautiful acres. Graded, landscaped and ready to go with city water. Only $3,900. Right next to Gassaway. 2 and a fraction acres. Good access, good spot for trailer, etc. Cheap, $1,600. Bluefield..6 acres with beautiful spot dozed for house. tap, paved $3,300. Wolf Rt. near Sutton Lake: 80 acres with very good access and frontage on Wolf Creek, close to public hunting and fishing. A superb buy at $18,500. Davison Route: 150 acres, all fenced, streams, spring, good pasture. Good access on a rock base county road. Needs to be cleaned up, but could be a good farm again, $17,500. Burns Run, near Burnsville: 20 acres overlooking Interstate 79 on well maintained rock base county read. Lots of pine trees, large meadow with many good building sites. Owner financing available, $7,500. Grand Camp Run: 150 acres all in valuable timber, county road access, streams, springs, $28,500. ~A Studio Print polos rate high with B. Denim slack sets in two C Sport shirts ,n many D. Polos in solid colors and patterns. young g~rls. Cotton interloc for favorites, western jacket patterns per manent turtlenecks, crew necks, collars a comfortable fit. or embroidered shirt styles p~ess polyester cotton & plackets Sizes 8 to 18 Sizes 7 to 14 Sizes 7 to 14 Sizes 8 to 18 2.98 to 4.98 -... 3.98 to 6.95 ONLY... Denim jeans with natural waist. "'Wrangler" student jeans, extra stitched flont crease, favorite C Knit spot t shirts, long sleevePre-washed W~ angler dtnable "14 oz plus" denim wide flares by & permanent-press fo~ easy jeans popuia~ flare legs ~soven espec~ally for 'Wrangler" care. Sizes 8 to 18 Sizes 8 to 18 western wear Sizes 8 to 18 Sizes 7 to 14 2.98 to 4.98 H-Ps Low Savings Chalk U at H-P! Near Normantown: 60 acres at head of Palsen Fork, old house and log cabin m poor repair, .but restorable, other outbuildings. 8 to 10 acres of good pasture and good spots for garden. Fruit and walnut trees abound. County road access, but restricted to four-wheel drive in winter. This property is definitely secluded and private. The taxes are $7.50 per year. $10,900. Sand Fork: 60 acres good timber. Remote yet accessible. Small camp house, ready to move into, $11,900. Dusk Camp: 60 beautiful acres, good building spots, timber, excellent hunting, $11,900. Sinking Creek: 5 acres, almost all flat, $4,900. Stop buy or call our office fori 6charge.pages of current listings at no {Conlinued from Page 1) "Our Bicentennial reminds us of the spirit with which our ancestors came to these shores and created a new nation." Byrd said. "That early spirit is still with us. and is among our greatest strengths." But it was his relaxed banter and mournful renditions of "'Gain" Up Cripple Creek," "Cumberland Gap." "Will the Circle be Unbroken." that seemed to please the audience. Perhaps alluding to his possible Democrat presidential candidacy, the senator indulged in the mischievous "I am a Ravin" Gambler." And for pure fun, dedicating the song to his wife, Lady Byrd, and all the ladies present. Byrd changed into the plaintive "There's More Pretty Girls Than One" Byrd told the audience of his humble beginning in southern Mercer County and of the country people who worked and toiled daily with stoic endurance and piety, He also quipped. "'if l'd been a left-handed fiddler. I'd probably be in the White [louse by now." The senator was driven to Job's Temple Homecoming by Robert Butcher. who met Byrd at Wood County' Airport. Byrd was presented a pen and ink sketch of Job's Temple by Dr. James Woofter, president of the Homecoming Association. The sketch was done by Betti Bland Volkers of Charleston. a member of W.Va. Allied Artists and descendant of Charles and Ella Maxwell. Rev. Ferrell Kennedy led the gathering in "'Amazing Grace." and a verse of "West Virginia Hills." The benediction was given by Rev. Graver Gainer of Latonia. Byrd's first appearance at ]ob's Temple was in 1958. Since 1937. the church has been the site of 37 homecomings and one wedding, except for two years during World War II. Fire ((',)nlinued fr.m PaRe I) Davis said there no chance of saving any furnishings and other items inside the house the first call. Firefighters with breathing apparatus entered the smoke-filled, blazing structure with hoses immediately upon arrival and quickly brought the fire under control. Dave Barnett. who lived in the house, lost most of his personal belongings, Davis said. Kenny Morri- son, a former GSC student and friend who was visiting Barnett, also lost some clothing and personal belongings, it was reported. Public meeting at Hiney Chapel A public meeting has been called for Saturday, August 23 at 2 p.m. at Hiney Uuion Chapel to further discuss the confusing issues relating to the Trust Fund as presented to some people by W.J. Radcliff, according to the Chapel Committee. Chapel Committee members are urged to attend to hear Mr Radcliff explain his intentions. Send in your subscription renewals promptly. Dr. Heller joins led Center staff The Gilmer County Medical Center announces that Dr Thomas Heller began practice on Monday. August 4. Dr. Heller is a native of Chicago and he completed hs undergraduate educa- tion at Yale University. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois Medical School and completed his internship at the Washington Univer- sity Hospital in St. Louis. Dr. Heller's wife. Lynn, is also a native of Chicago and has an A.B. Degree in Anthropology. She has taught in a private school in Chicago. The medical staff at the Gilmer County Medical Center is complete as Dr. Heller joins Dr. Tom Gross, Mrs Carolyn Arnold. nurse-practicioner. and Mrs. Sonja Cain. x-ray and laboratory technician. \ \ Store Hours 9 to 9 Daily 12 to 6 Sunday Back To-f~,haol Layaway I I I Girls' all leather upper oxford in bunting blue pigskin, indigo burlap jean side. Girls' brown all leather upper driftwood oxford with brown wedge Boys' curry tan leather uppers with camel suede underlay. Youths' all~ather upper buzzard boot with crepe sole. tO Far nrN (CAA) will next week County. There Along American Petunia, a Space, a and House about the Films following August Tanner town School, school gym, shown DKG's to Members Gamma families noon, Creek State These representing and CalhoUn first as Ma 1953. Arnold, {Scott}. Davis. Augustine Jewel Doris Tetter president Marple, serving as which is Friendshipa not soon Mu from counties. Alpha September Gilmer vieve Delta honorary women Austin. today 2,441 located is Columbia, iP and in Mexico. The dinner, County Farm E. ArbucldS' Union Ban~ The August 16, Col. Bureau large turJ festivities, and he and bring a ley/val ~ A Holy at the Ope Green, Epling. Rev. will Sunday. Duri~ Smith of also a Come In be the schedule West Second Street Weston, WV