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14The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder November 3, 1977 II I I I II II III IIII - / i ii iH]HJ .... Obituaries ............ IA: ...................................................................................................... I1 l, ]Ir HUGHART W. STUMP : " HughartW. Stump, 53 owner and ,operator of Stump Motor Sales in Stmptown, died Wednesday, October 26:1 in Calhoun General Hospital in :'Gt'antsville following a brief illness. He was born in Morgantown. Monongalia county, a son of Treacy J. Stump of Sand Ridge and the late Sull Stump. He was a veteran of World War II. Mr. Stump was a member of the Rush Run Baptist Church in Stumptown where he served as a Deacon. He was also a member of Eureka Lodge Number 40, AF & A]: Scottish Rite Bodies of Parkersburg; | Before you buy, | Check our Prices and t Workmanship I BENNETT 8, SON | MONUMENTS * Display Vard at 440 High St. B Grantsville, W. Va. illl l I I I I III I II I Nemesis Shrine Temple; and Inter- national Order of Odd Fellows. Survivors include his wife, Bernice; one son, Stephen Mark of Stumptown; and one brother, Rubert of Glenville. Services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, October 29, at the Rush Run Baptist Church with Rev. Lewis Vfllers officiating and assisted by the Rev, John Powell. Burial was in the Sand Ridge Cemetery. Misc. for Sale DEILBERT ALLEN MILLER Delbert Allen Miller, 26, of Glenville, died at 1:10 p.m. Wednesday October 26, at the University Medical Center in Morgantown following a oe-year illness. He was born February 1, 1951, a son of Hylbert Miller of Cleveland, Ohio. and Lelia Wiant Miller of Glenville. He had attended the Crooked Run Methodist Church and was an employe of Pacific States Oil and Gas Company. Surviving are his wife, Maxine: a daughter, Melody, and a son, Allen, Jr.. at home; six brothers, John Miller of Florida, Earl Miller of Letter Gap, Donald Miller of Grafton, Ohio. Eldon Miller of LaGrange, Ohio, William Miller of LaGrange. Ohio, and areal Miller of Morgantown; four sisters, Mrs. Wands Parsons of Cleveland, Mrs. Wills Dean Conrad of Grafton, I I III I I lillll I Thank You Strout Realty_Jp_00. GLENVILLE OFFICE: Ralph and Annette Bame. Brokers--462-8331 Gerald Hough, Salesman--462-891 918 Mineral Road Ohio, Mrs. Eabra Cox of Lost Creek, and Miss Barbara Miller of West Milford; his stepmother, Cora Hammond Miller of Cleveland; end his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Lydia Wiant of Letter Gap. Services were held at 1 p,m. Saturday, October 29, at the Spurgeon Mortuary in GlenviUe with Elder Charles Fisher officiating. Interment was in the Wiant Cemetery. lVlRS. VICY S. HLqFF Mrs. Vicy S. Huff, 92, of Route 1. West Union, Oxford Community, died Monday, October 24, at her residence following an extended illness. Mrs, Huff was born June 5, 1885, in Ritchie County, a daughter of the late Frank and Evelyn Clayton Stansberry. She married Dorsey E. Huff, who preceded her in death in December of 1974. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs, Fern Rollyson of Glenville, Mrs. Juanita Sewick of Fort Pierce, Florida, Mrs. Hannah Smith of Sanford, Florida, and Mrs. Mary Christie of Belpre, Ohio; one son, Dorsey E. Huff, Jr. of Kermit. Texas; four half-sisters, Mrs. Queen Cox of Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Flossie McDonald of Mt. Gilead. Ohio, Mrs. Ruby Sayre of Weston, and Mrs. Virginia Hollingsworth of Oregon; three half-brothers, Dawson Stans- berry of Auburn, Dave Stansberry of Newberne, and Hunter Stansberry of West Union; ten grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by one son, one daughter and one brother, Mrs. Huff was a member of the Oxford United Methodist Church. Services ere held Thursday, October 27, at the Casto-Spurgeon Funeral Home in West Union. Interment was in the Masonic Memorial Park. REXFORD DALE CHAFFIN, JR. ........... pELA X | RexfordDaleChaffin, Jr.,one-day- 1[ old son of Rexford D. Chaffin, St. and ' a Joyce Smith Chaffin of 1961 Melvyn Lane in Elyria, Ohio, died in Metropolitan General Hospital in Cleveland on Tuesday, October 11. The infant was born in Elyria Memorial Hospital on Monday, October 10. In addition to the parents, he is survived by one sister, Nicole Lynn. at home: grandparents. Freeland Chaffin. Jr. of Lorain, Ohio. Mrs. Sharon Kolcun of Elyria, Lewis J. Smith of GlenviUe, and Mrs. Evelyn Crofoot of Amherst, and Mrs. James L. Smith of Cedarville; and great-great-grandmother, Mrs, Lula Gregory of Normantown. Services were held at 11 a.m., Friday, October 14, in the Brookdale Cemetery in Elyria, with Rev. Blake Pinson officiating. ERA WAYNE MINNEY Era Wayne Minney, 90, of Morgantown, died Wednesday, Oct- ober 26. at General Hospital in Morgantown. He was born August 19, 1887 in Gilmer County, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Minney. Mr. Minney was a retired employe of the Monongalia County Board of Education, a veteran of World War I. and a member of the Rush Run Baptist Church in Stumptown. Surviving are two sons, Wayne B, Minney of Morgantown and Robert F, Minney of Colorado; three daughters, Mrs. Francis Williams of Baltimore, Maryland, Mrs. Okera Mathers of Stockton, California, and Mrs. Irene Lewis of Martinsburg; eleven grand- children: and four great-grand- children. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Francis, and one son. Services were held at 1 p.m. at the Davidson-Mancinelli Funeral Home in Morgantown with Nee, Edwin Harper officiating. Interment was in the Beverly Hills Memorial Gardens in Morgantown. THANK YOU: We want to express our thanks and appreciation to our family, friends, and relatives for the food, flowers and many other acts of kindness shown at the loss of our beloved husband and father Robert Hitt. Special thanks to Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick, Pallbearers, grave diggers, Spurgeon Mortuary and those who fixed/unch after the funeral and anyone else who helped in any. Mrs. Robert Hitt, wife; Dolores, James and Lands, children. 11-3-1t* CARD OF THANKS: We want to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all who helped in Shy way toward making our 50th anniversary such a special day. A special thanks to all those who came to our home, those who gave such lovely gifts, sent cards, flowers, letters, telephone calls, those who thought about us and said a prayer in our behalf but could not come end all others who helped in any way toward making our day such a pleasant one. Your thoughtfulness and kindness will always be remembered and appre- ciated. Sincerely, MINN]S HAVE VISrrORS Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Asby L. Minney of Stumptown were their daughter, Nora Lawton of Parma, Ohio: their granddaughter, Mrs. Janet Galaska of Miana, Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stout of Frametown: and Mr. and Mrs. George Deantonis of Morgantown. Mrs. Deantonis is the former Ruth Godfrey and is Mrs. Minney's niece. RUMMAGE SALE: Etsie Messenger residence, Wabash, Sand Fork, Nov. 2, 3, 4 9:30 till? Watch for siclns. Sewing machine, mangle, some furniture, some antiques, Xmas decorations, dishes, pots El, pans, bed spreads, linens, curtains, throw rugs, canned goods, canning jars, items to numerous to mention. 11-3-1t* FOR SALE: 3 piece bedroom suit including box spr,ngs and inner spring mattresses. Call R.L. Roberts 462-8658. 11-3-1t* Auction sale st Arnoldsburg every Saturday, 7:00 p.m. CC 7-7-indef. GD 7-7-indef. FOR SALE: 6 foot thermopane sliding glass door, with screen attached right side opening, excellent condition, price $175. Call 354-7153. C-10-20-2tc GD-10-20-2tc FOR SALE: Pumpkins and squash last house before concrete bridge Sand Fork. 11-3-1tc FOR SALE: 1970 Baron mobile home. 12 x 60partially furnished. $4,000. Call 462-7487or 354-7864 after 4:30.11-3-2t* FOR SALE: corn $1.50 per bushel. Edward Bumgarner, Letart, WV. Call 882-2612 or 882-2835. 11-3-2t* C 11-3-2t* FOR SALE: partially reupholstered couch, dryer in need of repair-only 2 years old. Call 462-5615 after 5 p.m. 11-3-1t* FOR SALE: 1 set Americana Encyclopedias, 55 volumes, $400. Call 462-8016. 11-3-1t* FOR SALE-4 new Uniroyal tubless 4 ply "Snowplow" L 78/15 mud and snow. Call 462-7660. $120. for all, or $30 each. 10-27-2t* PUBLIC AUCTION--Glenville I.O.O.F. Hall first Friday night of every month at 7:00 p.m. Auctioneer Paul J. Gerwig. 9-1-indef C FOR SALE: I boys 10 speed bicycle 27". I girls 10 speed bicycle 26' like new. Will sell for $50 each. Call 462-8854. 10-27-2t* AND LET US DO THE Ohio; great-grandparents, Freeland Mary andLesterDavidson 11-3-1t* : a 3i - sing .... Chaffin, Sr. of Lorain, Mr. and Mrs. Buryel Gregg of Findlay, Ohio, Mrs. Georgia Gregory of Oberlin, and Mr. (3mmdkhtml Rqmct of Cmdition of" ................................................................ Kanawha Un i on Bank ,, Of ......G..'l..e..n..Y.L]..'l..e.. ................... in the State of ..... .W..e..s..t...V.i..r..g.!.n.'i...a. ................................ and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of balm,, o. ....... ........... Legal qotce BALAHCE SHEET ASSETS Sch. l. Cash and due from banks .......................................................................... C 2. U.S. Treasury Securities .............................................................................. a s. Obligations of other U.S. Government asenCias and corporations .............. a 4. Obligations of States and political subdivisions .......................................... a 5. Other bonds, notes, and debentures .......................................................... B 630 Elk Street ... Gassaway, W.Va. 26624 PUBLIC LAND AUCTION Item WILLIAM HUNT REAL ESTATE, INC., will sell at Public Auction a number of parcels of real estate descrlld below. It is the Intent of the sellers to convey property to the highest bidder, however, the Right of :' Refusal is reserved. Terms of Sale: 10 Percent Deposit the day of Sale, to be paid within 30 days upou delivery of Deed. Conveyance will be by General Warranty Deed. WHERE: Braxton County Armory between Sutton and Gassaway. Take Sutton- Gassaway exit off 1-79, head South on Rt. 4 toward Gassaway. WHEN: Saturday, November 12, 1977 at 3:00 P.M. WHAT: 1. 5 acre parcel near Kanawha Run camping area. Clear land, paved road frontage, old barn, electricity. Portion of the Lester "Dock" Beamer farm. Deed Rook 355 at Page 730. . 50 acre woodland parcel, Bug Ridge near Sutton Lake, access beautiful views. Portion of the Everett Shaver farm. Deed Book 353 at Page 57. 3. 12 acres Bug Ridge, beautiful views, part fiat meadows, some woods, good access. Same as above. 4. 3 br. house, Burnsvllle, wood frame on town lot, all utlllUes, fall" was rented for $115 per month. Former Fox property, DB Page 471. 5. building site, Old Womans Run, Sutton. Deed Book 355, Pas: acre 471. 6. 45 acres, Little Birch, woodland tract, good hunting. Former :Mox Hs property. Deed Book 349, Page 195.  7. 4 acres, Old Rt. lP, Rlrch River, paved road, house site and driveway already dozed In. Former Belt property, Nicholas County Deed. 8. 2 acres Mill Creek, paed road, electricity, small pond and shed, stream, Nicholas County. Former Hoover property. 9. 2 acres, Rt. 11 across from IGA, Sutton, well, septic, gas, elec- trlcity, 2 room shack. Deed Book 357 at Page 4. Former Marks property. 10..S acres remote, country road frontage, electricity available, good spot for camp or trailer, Nicholas County. Former W.W. Cutllp land. 11. 25 acres Appalaehinn Highway woods, some fiat, excellent In- vestment, Nicholas County. Former Campbell property. 12. 40 acres, Ground Hog Hollow, beautiful Mgh land, some clear, woods, very difficult access. 13. 11 acre parcel, Sinking Creek, Gllmer Co., county road, stream, nice. Former Brady Stave Co. Land. 10 Percent deposit dale of sale. Cash or check with bank Balance upon delivery of Deed within 30 days. Maps and Information are available on each parcel. All propertlea ctt0 prior sale. Additional properties may be added prior to the Msale. i For additional Information contact: WILLIAM HUNT INC., 630 Elk Street, Gassaway, W.Va. N24. FOR SALE: Two GR70-14 white wall steel belted radial snow tires with rims, like new $90, phone 462-7783 after 4 p.m. 10-27-2t* Col. 7 ................................... 2 F ................................... 3 E ................................... 4 E ................................... 6. Corporate stock ................................................................................................................................................................ 7. Trading account securities ................................................................................................................................................ 8. Federsl funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell .... D 4 ....... : .......... r 9. a. Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) ........................................... A 10 ................ b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses ....................................................................................... t c. Loans, Nat .................................................................................................................................................................... 10. Direct lease financing ..................................................................................................................................................... 11. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ..................................................... 12. Real estate owned other than bank premises .................................................................................................................. 13. Investment= in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies ......................................................................... 14. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ......................................................................................... 15. Other assets ................................................................................................ G 7 .................................................. 16. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thru 15) ....................................................................................................................... LIABILITIES Sch. 17. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................ F 18. Time and Sevlnss deposits of individuals partnerships, and corporations .. F 19. Deposits of United States Government ...................................................... F 20. Deposit= of States and political subdivisions ........................................... F 21. Deposits of foreisn governments and official institutions .......................... F 22. Deposit= of commercial banks .................................................................... F 23. Certified and officers' checks ...................................................................... F 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 30. i31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 28. 1, 3. It=m Col. If A ................................... If B+C ............................. 2 A+B+C ........................ 3 A+B+C ........................ 4 A+B+C ........................ 5+6 A+B+C ..................... L. 7 A ................................... TOTAL DEPOSITS (sum of items 17 thru 23) .............................................................................. o noo " a. Total demand deposits ......................................................................... F 8 A .. b. Total time and savings deposits ............................................................ F 8 B+CL "' Federal funds purchased and securities sold under asrasment=to repurchase E 4 ................................................. Other liabilities for borrowed money ............................................................................................................................... Mortgage indebtedness ..................................................................................................................................................... Acceptances axeoted by or for account of this bank end outstanding ......................................................................... Other liabilities .......................................................................................... H 9 .................................................. TOTAL LIABILITIES (excludins subordinated notes and debentures) ............................................................................. Subordinated notes and debentures ................................................................................................................................. EQUITY CAPITAL Preferred stock ......................................................... a. No. shares outstandins [ None' I (Par value) Common stock ....................................................... a. No. shares authorized [' 2 = 400 ] B  N b. No. shares outstandlns  2,400 1 ..... (Par value) ...... Surplus ............................................................................................................................................................................ Undivided profits ............................................................................................................................................................ Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves ..................................................................................................... TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 36) ....................................................................................................... TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL sum of items 30, 31 r and 37) .................................................... MEMORANDA Avera;e for 30 calendar day, s ending with call date: a. Cash and due from banks (corresponds to item 1 above) .................................................................................... 1 b. Federal funds sold andsecuritias purchased under agreements to resell (corresponds to item 8 above) ............ 2 c. Total loans (corresponds to item 9a above) ..................................................................................................... 12 d. Time depoof $100,0OO or more (corresponds to Memoranda items 31 plus 3b below) ................................ e. Total deposit= (corresponds to item 24 above) ....................................................................................................... 25 f. Federal funds purchased and securities sOld under agreements to nllffchalN{ (corresponds to item 25 above) g. Other lab lit es for borrowed money (corresponds to item 26 shove) ................................................................. ;;. = Standby letters of credit outstandins (as of call date) ................................. : ................................................................ Time deposits of $100.000 or more (as of call date): e. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more ...................................................................... b. Other time deposits in amounts of $1OO.0OO or more ........................................................................................... . 1 MiL 1"22" ! , ===, .= z - I -"" .i 2 R48 '3 4j 434 4 None s None" 6 None 7 1' 900 8 9s b 12 860, c None lO 373 %! None z2 None.... z3 None z4 135 z5 28 320 s 6 501 ]7 !6 380 zs 61 z9 2 478 2o None 2 None. 22 86 23 25 506 24 a b None 2s None. 26 None 27 None 28 150 , 29 25656 !3o None 3z i Nne1:32 240 }33 ]760 1 664/3s .... None [ss 2 28 664 /37 II [32o :02 I xa LO0 _ b )00 _ c 50 _ d 166 _ e one f one s 'one 2 ?50 3a .86 b Jack V Stalnaker President - t/ .x ..... -, = 4= a@==  sws,a | e=t = s-, ^  I .............................. ............................ ,. ....................... -; ........................  .... , t *=, ......  and reet,  tke beat of m//ladg =n sll. " " .,Jk,b3 " - I ........ , ,, ) ..... ............................. , ........................... ....... :: ...................... o, ..... ............ ..................................... .: (IIAKZ XABW roa 8wa' o and subacribed balers  t/d# .......... J..h .............. 4 af ... .0..t.0.b.eJ.. .............. /9...Z.Z, ,ov,,Y,S S=L) =4 ! abV "/, tt t am t ,, oliver o," d'w__ ,/t,..=(" .[... / FOR SALE: 10x60 Frontier Mobile Hc house furniture, 462-7541 after 4:30 p.r. FOR SALE: 8x50 Great bedroom awning, $1,800. C'ontact Jm WV Farmers Inn now open under New Mana Normantown Hill at 10 a.m. The State of West Virgini will accept sealed bids File 22 for Department T-77-140 for: 2.260 t. agg. C!nville. WV. No bid will be considered forms prescribed hy and Purchasing Division, Administration, Room Cnrlptnn. West Virginia, IRVINC LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE The State of West Virginia will accept sealed bids until on File 33 for Glenville State 149 for: to furnish potato chips an vear. No bid will be considered forms prescribed by and Purchasing Div}sion. Departm Administration, Room W-130. Charleston, West g, inia. IRVINC The State of West Virginia will accept sealed bids on File 42 for Glenville State 105 for: 48 ea. Emergency lights equal. No bids will be considered forms prescribed by and Purchasing Division, Departme Administration. Room W-130. Charleston, West ' " FIDUCIARY NoT]C Notice is hereby given that t accounts are before me for final s Etbel Woodyard, Estate of W.W, Woodyard, de Dale Langford. Executor Langford. deceased. Given under my hand this the October, 1977. Commissil NOTICE Notice is hereby given that held at the parking lot of Glenville. West Virginia at 1977 to sell the followin 1--Cyclone Drilling Chev. Truck Ton and % serial #' lot of tools. This collateral is held to secure arising under a security 3/14/77. made by Bill Crowder undersigned as secured Terms of Sale: Cash sale. Dated this 26th day of KANAWHA GLENVILLE NOTICE ()F PU] Notice is herebygiven that a p be held at the parking ]at of Ks Bank. Glenville West Virginia at November 10, t977. to sell collateral: 1972 Dodge Serial WL41G2AI' This collateral is held to secure arising under a securih February tl. 1977. made held by the undersigned as TERMS OF SALE: Cash in sale. Dated this 17th day of CLENVILLE The State of West Virginia will accept sealed bids uutil November 16. 1977 on File 33 fat College on Reqn. No. 164 for: To and crackers on contract for one No bid will be considered unlesS, forms prescribed by and Purchasing Division, Administration. Room W-130. Charleston, West Virginia NOTICE OF SAL. Pursuant to a decree of the C i Gilmer County, West Virginia, m,,, ' on the 12th day of July. 1977, inC t', 76-C-33 styled The Traders la ' Corporation of the State of We, A.A. Crihfield, d/b/a Crihfield's.-" ,Iw and Ocie King his wife rendiog. ....  tt Court of Gilmer County, I will. on . October. 1977. at the front door qf!l of Gitmer County. GlenviUe. W,e 10:00 o'clock a.m., of that day. oft,r U highest bidder, the following estate: All situated on the lib West Virginia. consisting of sve] land. described as follows: -h s 1. Harper King. together w , King. as ioint tenants with riga .;  not as tenants in common, the ream mary or less. and 5-V acres, mo.r two arcels of ]and and o.u therefrom are more narticularty deed of Forest B. Lambert an' Lambert. his wife dated lulv 23,o.  to Harper King and Ocie King;,f -' Deed Book No. 213. at page ,,loCi" s Ul King has no interest in mineraJ land. 2 The surface only of I containing 8.43 acres, more orff '' Harper .K!n by deed of Ada i Chester Nicolas. dated SeptS i recorded in Gilmer Deed B o ,w 405. 3. 14 acres-97 poles ef.sur conveyed ta Harper King bV ' Lambert and GeorRi,q I, ambr',., 'mer rlpRO P 1952, recorded m Gd page 2g. 4, 121,-'2 acres of land, mineral reservations, having Harper King by deed of L r dated May 4, lg71. No. 256. at pare 312. 'TERMS 1. The undersign, refuse all bids. 2. The above real estate to all valid rights of ways all by instrument or reservations el and real property taxes  recoPd. 3. The above real subject to the interest real estate. 4. Cash in hand 5. Conveyance deed. Riehl I,Lano Smith. Clerk the above given bond security mnd Given under my October. 1977. Cle of G