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29, 1988 i 4 ., :zr :i! t ( ti ey, Shelly Zinn and Jeanetta Peggs (LUg | Twisters 4-H Club placed signs at each end of Cox's were made by Ann Simmons. The signs were regular meeting on September 18, 1988. The a great year and are looking forward to a year. Anyone wanting to join the club please are interested. 6 )ion Heifer of the State Livestock Show was Peggs of Cox's Mills. Carious Bailey showed when she was chosen as Champion. This time in the last 20 years in the State Livestock tthat Gilmer County has had a Grand Champion. Ina had Grand Champion Steer in 1974. do well Round-up Tail Twisters 4- Mendi Radcliff and Angle exhibited Peggs advanced W the final State Livestock rounds of 4-H Showmanship. It Jackson's Mills, Carious Bailey, Ricky Jones and 12th. Angle Peggs advanced to the fi- calves were nals of FFA Showmanship. Carious Bailey, The county took fourth place Mendi Radcliff, honors in the state contest. Also Ricky Jones, our grooming team took fifth Shelly Zinn and place honors. All of the 4-H There were three first year high in grading exhibitors this year. They were; in Showman- Eddie Bailey, Shelly Zinn & Jeanetta Peggs. of Astor and Winters of East Liverpool, Were Glenn and Ohio; Lary and Robin Jones, from Silo, Ohio. Steve, Emily and Elizabeth of and Flu- Point Pleasant; and Dana and Were shopping in Carylon Jones, Nathanial, Jon- Week. athan and Matthew of Rey- of West Un- noldsvillc; they all attended the AStor and Mary Cole reunion on Sunday at the Point Pleasant Baptist Church Burton were on Falling unher. week on a Thelma Radcliff took her husband Stac to Clarksburg Pat Pendell Tuesday. He had an appoint- were in Har- ment with his eye doctor. shopping at We are glad to hear Denzil quilt mate- Adams has returned home from What they will be the hospital. Hope you are much snow is on the beucr by this tirae. Paul Cole has been working Mavis Cole between showers to get his hay were David up. Forest Sleeth has been help- and son Jamin ing him. Nice to know we still lolene have.good neighbors. JelTery of West Lanta and Joy Radcliff have and Ma,v~ine been helping put siding on the C. D. and Ydm- parsonage at Troy. Low; Terry I hear L. K. Matheny has re- of Weston; Pa- turned home form the hospital. of Morgantown; He and Mrs. Matheny are with and friend Kim their granddaughters in Weston. Last week was molasses mak- ing time at the Wesley and Sylvia Dobbins farm. Children, grandchildren and friends shared in the making. Wayne and JoAnn Woodyard had an enjoyable visit with Ruth Ball Norman at Glenville last Thursday. They also stopped at the nursing home and had a chat with an aunt, Madge Hitt, and other patients. Wayne and JoArm also trans- ported Mrs. Evelyn Carson to Weston to her doctor for a check-up and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Bennet. Linda Sumpter visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher, and also stopped in for a chat with Rena Griffith. Mrs. Susie Belknap spent the weekend recently at Lost Creek with her daughter and grandchil- dren. I have been quite busy jelly making. I have made grape, el- derberry and wild grape jelly so far. Mr. and Mrs. Harland Stout spent a few days last week visit- ing their son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stout and family. Rev. Clara Peggs and Steve Fredricks had preaching at Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riddle's and also had meeting at the Burke Church on Sunday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stoneking over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller of Beckley. Those that stopped in for a chat during the week with the Stonekings were Jeanie ldelman, Rose Girardin, Sue Bailey and Charles Lawer- ence. As tree lovers of wildlife and preserving wildlife we read many magazines: Bowhunter, Bow and Arrow Hunter, West Virginia Game and Fish, North American Whitetail, West Virginia Whitetail, West Virginia Woodsman, etc. These magazines have many hunting and safety tips for the bow hunter. If you are a tree how hunter you may want to pick up a copy of these. They can be found at your friendly hometown bookstore. Here is a delicious recipe foj" ! Zucchini Marmalade 6 c. peeled and grate4t. Zuc! chini 5 c. sugar or artificial sweet- ener 1/2 e. lemon juice 1 c. crushed pineapple, drained 2 small packages any flavor Jells or sugar free Jells Cook Zucchini 15 minutes or longer;, stir;, add sugar, lemon juice and pineapple; remove from beat. Add Jells; stir well. Put into jelly jars and cover with wax Clover Climbers elect officers The meeting of the Norman- town Clover Climbers was called to order by president Misty Moyers. There weren't any project talks that night. There was one devotion read by Shawn Allen, "The 23 Psalm." The song we sang was Eeny, Mieny, Miney, Ms." There were 14 members pres- ent that night, they were Shawn Allen, Julie Norman, Julie Fisher, Cindy White, Shawna Pierce, Aaron Smith, Daniel Moyers, David Moyers, Luarm Moyers, Clifton Moyers, Adam Moyers, Misty Moyers, Angela Stewart and Jonanthan White. We also elected officers that night they were: President-Misty Moyers, Vice-President-Luann Moyers, Socretary-Shawn Allen, Treasurer-Adam Moyers, Re- porter-David Moyers, Song Leaders-Julie Fisher, Julie Nor- man, Cindy White and Shawna Pierce, Game Leaders-Clifton Moyers, Jonathan White, and Flag Holders-Daniel Moyers and Aaron Smith. Our next meeting we decided to have a Halloween party at the school. We are going to dress and everybody is going to bring refreshments. Don't forget that the Achievement Banquet is on Oc- tober 1. at 6 p.m. at the Recrea- tion Center. Reporter, Angehl Stewart en English navigator, explored Greenland and Bafftn Bay in 1616, while searching for the to AsiL The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 11 REALTOR me. : >,,,, CEDARVILLE-- 3 BR home with LR, DR-kitchen, cellar with cellar house, utility room, central heat & air. on one acre lot. $50,000. HOWARD ST.-2 BR home with LR, kitchen, bath, full basemenL New roof, completely insulated, vinyl siding, (k~ck, low uUliUes, close tO college & towel PRICE: $24,500. GRASS RUN--Mobile home with LR-idchen ar~ 2 BR, beth with laundry. New cablnets, new caq)et 2 room bidll~ cdar, Morage bldg. Very nk:, lot contains 11/10 ~r,. 12~00. KANAWHA ST..-2 ~ wWh good Ixildlng sites and city ulaitle,. Close to town. PRICE: $10,000 e~h. WALNUT STy-2 8R home with I./!, DR, ~ ~llff, garage. PRICE: $40,000. REDUCED TO t~%000. COLLEGE ST.--1 1/'2 story kom, with LR, DR, Idtchm, bath, full basement, ft r lump, ' nld z U l, now reel. PRICE: lr t,000. TOLER'S FORK--AR)roximmly 15 aues morn or km with b k,ng site. Sa,000. In one BR. Very nice, lets oi deck. ~lO,000. (1004) S. LEWIS ST.--4 BR home with LR, k~, bath, lull INurement, yard in back. n vly palnt L FRIIC1E: 1 ,000. LICK RUN--3 BR moblle home with LR, Idtcinm, 1 1/2 in,be, outbid; NICE PRICE: Sle 00. VANHORN HEIGHTS-llce wooded lots with ~ utilitbs and gravel road. CALL FOR OETAILS. AN OFFER. UPP HOi l a re lann wi h 4 BR home, LR, DR, oetlmMnp, bern, 9oDd ember, beeornbnd, p zur . PRICE: $67,000. (e06) NUTTER RUN---3 BR homo LR, DR4 h , FR, paalai bess , l ncsd wff pool ints ol dack, w~lmmin0 stow, garden ares, slcrage sl~l. Seven acres ol land. PRICE: SS2,SO0. SPERRY CABIN RUN--25 acnm ol good Isuntin0 land off ol Spruc Run. PRICE: SAND FORK.Two sto~y home vdlh 4 BR, 2 baths, bemm~nt, new latclum, o insulatk)n t rmwdain . $2Ue0. HICKORY HOLLOW RUN--Two ~ d bail. One cont ni 24. 0 cm, other trsct is Sw '. P, k bes SAND Foar-= st, ry wmnay h,us sty, Ulxtain could be q)lL HOuSo with UI, DR, kltchen, 4 BR, beth. Akno4t one acre of land on RI. S and Sand Fod( gaed. ~ TO SELL (eo2) STEWANT'S CX.--~ ~/2 story home wi~ LR wi~ flmpinco, DR.k~chen wtth natural wood cabk~t~ 3 BR, 2 balls, 2 extra rooms, cola*', 2-c~ gara0e w~ apt. with LR with lirq~ce, 2 8R, bath, Idlch4m. FREE GAS being ~ PRICE: t~J. KANAWHA ST..7 ~ with ~uitable blali. ~ Ca,/u~illti~ ao~. INDIAN FK.--Fnlme hotme with 3 BI~ LR, I~1, Idlt~ beth lind cellar. Nic, level lot. PRICE: t20,000. (1911) DOWNTowN GLENVlt.LE--2 Moq bldg. beu~g placo and Wn* room Ul m . Z-s Ca'a Mlh beX. Lets o4 possiblitles. CALL FOR DETAILS. KANAWHA ST...-Older 2 BR horn, with 4 good ~ cevmd (.~1) MINERAl. RD.--Ranch style home I~s LR udth lin~lm~, 3 BR, DR-klteben ~rN, ~ ~t2 I~I~, u~/m~, FR m~h woo- dimmer. PRICED TO SELL. JOE'S RUN-4 BR ranch style home lure LR, DII..kih:l~n, 1 1/2 deck; garsOe om I et: S4S r 0 STEW T'S C1 --4 BR home using Ira* 0u vdth Ul, DR, kitchen, bath, hall bes~n~, alunVnum skiing, forced skgas ~mace, centnd dr conditioning, deck In b~k PRICE: $~1~00. Os~s) DUCK RUN--Rm~ ~ hod ~ s Bn, t.R, DR-"Jtch,n, 1 1/2 betht, full I~ delL :Ira el levellacd. ~J. INDIAN FIL--Over II m with ~ herin, free 9as mlpeled, ddlkd w~dl, m mudew led Iwip wo~k~ PlilCE: tleJ. 309) STEWANT'S C immly m d land rced tronta0e, ol pcesiHitk s kw houces s buSlMN- PRICE: SI 000. BUSINESS FOR SALE--.Invenk~ and flslurce d jewelry ~lm~. Go~ ~,m on Ixdld~e. O~ kw~ m~ b m~ Good k~ation, good ~podunly. PRK~D TO $1ELL. N. COURT ST.--Two BR hom~ wilh nae ldtchN, LR'DR, l~th, baumm~t. PRICF.D IN S.10' SAND FORK--N~ modem home with inqle Ul wllh l~l~X, dininl; ro~m, kilchen wlh inls of clddnm & her, dlice or FR, 3 I ge BR , S bed , I unchy room. Extra In luded In ie Im utilty hook. pe. PRICE S rt,.r,00. TO N0,000. INERAL RD.-Two Nosy brk:k home wil~ $ BR, LII, DR, kik:h~ BALDWIN.4 Bg home wllh LR, DR, Idldxm, be~ kdl b4eeaeM SAND FORK--Metal b4~lil. 40xtl~ with 1Sz40 ~ ~ O~m d lind. CALL FOR OETAL RT. s '110 SOUTH-kpI knAdy Nm m d hnd dSh I~kling zit~ a~l d~Uk~l mt $1U00. N. LEWIS ST.--Two ~to~y I~ uth bemm~L IIIrwl i~va being m, ed le, a P.m mpmamL Geed kxmem. PRICED TO SlELL KANAWHA DRNE-3 BR hen wlUt Ul. DR4dldm. ~, aarage. II I Mary lee Ik: Broker 482-703S Brad Mcmlemo A0ent 482-SS44 Jim Rtzwater-Agent 462-7136 ALUM BRIDGE- 3 BR home with LR, OR-Idtchen, FR, 2 baths, room, free gas, central air, detacl garage, on I acre. $77,000. RT. 5--3 BR home with LR, DR, kitchen, bath, woo. dbuming stove, total electric. Almost one acre. PRICE: $49,500 HAYS CITY--Slora Iddg. wlth ~am'age room & garage, nice apt. over $1ore, Iraddng ram. Aleo 3 BR home with LR, DR, Idlchen, beth. all d th~ inr OM LOW PRICE. SAND FOFIK-1 1/2 sto~ heine with LR, DR-kllchen, bath, FR could be 3~1 BR, lull buen~nt, 2 encineed porches, 2 wells, forced air old garage, good W len ,pot. $42, 00. MO61LE HOME--19e4 Vt~ (14x62~ L.R, Or-kJtch4m, 2 BR, bath, la,,dq, umual dr. LI( NEW. S e,200. THIRD RIJN-LOTS-~OTS d all slzN, reamonaMy ~. MAIN S1".--2 ~oq bultding vdth businm m in Iront, apt. in (1103) GUJCK FIUN---4 BR home with LR, DR, Id~ben, 1 full bath, 2 kal betli, tinily room; dr dltin d, ps; S acres ol lind, large g~.den, garage in basement. REDUCED FROM $7S,000. LEFT HAND FORK OF STEER C~-4 I/2 ~.raS with nice ~tlding ' dHkl well e O0. CERAMIC ~verything you need ,xcq~t, building. 1600 molds, kiln, pouang nuchiM, grcenwe , many ether taUle, auim, laleiv n 17 0. ;IT. 47 & lilt ltl olorlr kum has L.R, ~ S,BR, Idtohen, beth, h,dil bemmmll, get.age, line gas being uud. 14.2 acres. 1180,000 RNER Irr,--~ honm dde by sidL Uve in ore, r~m~ the o|her. BARGAIN PRICED. EXCELLF.~ RENTAL HOES. VAI~ORN DR..-llkxlm home with ove 3,000 sq. fl. living area, including basement, 2-cer garage, small barn, 8 acr~ ol land, fenced pulure m,, PRier:: tl2S,000. (206) W.H.NUT ST.--4 BR home with LR, OR, idlcben, bath. Full Mmme~t wtth FR, belh, utllty room with ~nk & move, room that could be u~d foe BA. Bad~ d~dt, ilan~, dr ondltinning. New painted exte~x. OWNER WANTS TO SELL. MIHERAL RD.-TIm BR home wllh LR, Idtcl~, 1 1/2 baths, lau~lry, eutt~ldi~ls, good drlged well, Iio( mr ga, heat, large COLL~GIE ST.-Two ~toty home wl~ lots ol remodeling. LR, DR, me kid:ben, large bath, Z 8R, woodixx~ in LR, cellar, Pr~le, 2 perches, off-street plddng. PRICED TO SELL. BROOKLYN DRIVE-F.xcelient older home with I.R, Dfl, kitchen, 3 OR, beth, utilily room, n~w caq~ PRICED TO IW-LL DUSK CAMP.-43 acres w~ old farm hour, dug wen & drilled well, 2 new brick f~ eivct~,'.,~y, Imuibte trao gN and marketable oxcen hunUn0. WEST MAIN STy.3 BR mobile home wtth LR, DR-kitchen, tn~nt & MP.,k l~,hes, gable w~h 2Sx12 slor~le ram, ~nlral dr. Nice k~. LYNCH BR moMe wtlh LR, DR. ..Itchen, l h, 4 acres d land RL $ PI C : S2S,000. (1~1) liT. 47--Two Mory home ~T~ ~ LR, DR, Idlchen with nice cebinels, 4 IBR, bel~, utty room, ~ar. 13.119 acre ~land w|th hora, bero, hay$Sed t por L I.kw, Iot d PlaCE: S ,ooO. SOUTH ST.-4 hoo with UL DR, ida, bah, en in ,kb lot $28,000. (2302) SAND FORK.--2 BR home with ~, DR, Idtchen~ beth, ~i1~ room wetsr wrqp t tar h, Io4m d nm odelnO. lot PmCE: 13S,000. POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCe. liT. S.-.4~ 2 ~R hom~ with LR-O~-kN~mn, b~t, pi~ ram:deled beth. Five acr~ al innd, barn, 12x28 01rage. PRICE: S44,S00. kx: . OOCX RI.;N--2S acre good Im g land. Frae gas and timb ral md, e IL mq=tn0 nller, hook PRICE: gl0,S00. |t tewm h@me t.q, DR, bl, b-,4m*m, no,r pt tw peh d .dor. PR e: I e,0e0. HEWBERHE RD...One acre ot land with 3 mobUe horace. One in, 1~ti0 Miwicm (1974) wNh 2 BR and 2 room ~ 10z50 Rit~rult, 2 BR. 2 9oDd welb, 2 sq:4J systems, gm'qe, ouUsdidin~. Live In one, ranl ~he other. S2S,000. JOE'S RUN..Ntce ram:h s~yb home on inwl ~4 ~ inL Home Im LR, idlche~ S BR, belh, 9arage. PRICED TO SEU- WALNUT 8T.--2 ~14ry, 4 BR home In good condtlJ~ o~ (~mer inL Hm wm beat, iW le, ;miD, INmm new 20 yr. REDUCED TO lIEU. STEWART'S CK.-4 ame 2 Iqe mmat bld0s. Lots d p entl Sl00 00. d line b m tnl4,S00. UCK FOItK: nmh ayl hon udm u m. Home LR, OR.kklu Z FR lira eould be 1WI, 1 1/2 x211 pruip, utlil pmty incellon. Mtm Ix to be liEP.AL RD.--I BR rmeh utth I.R, DR.MU n, 1/2 lull Imummt 4 roou; prop, bm ay, ulth btg prd q ee;. BE StEN. EXClKI.ENr oNIxrll PRIoE: IIm m. wALIwr sr.-s lm u,., l h, be blnn hm lwood nocn, hrc l dr kmm SS&IleL II I N uw. r-r 9.'OO to 110 E. Main St, Glenville, WV S41turday 9.'00 to 12:00 462-7039 Office | 1 |