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14 The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder November 4. 1976 LEGAL NOTIq ES REALTOR", 512 Elk St., Gassaway, W.Va. Office 364.8365, 364,5547 Buying or Selling in Gilmer and Surrounding Counties? Call (1) Full time Real Estate professionals to serve YOU (2) Member, National Association of Realtors (3) Real Estate is our only business Nice 2 story home near Glenville State College. 4 Big bedrooms, all city conviences, induding natural gas and city water, on three big lots with plenty of space for a garden. Priced resonably at $14,995 Good buy in town-154 River Street. 2 big lots with lots of room to garden, 2 bedrooms, full basement, a Good buy at $15,500 Lots of room in this nice 4 bedroom house, 3 lots, full basement, all utilities and city conviences. An extra good buy at $17,500 100 acres, garage, outbuilding, cam crib, drilled well, all utilities'16 acre meadow, timber, stream 1976-14' x 70' Mobile Home, 3 bedroom, Nice $27,000 $ 6,200 All for $33,200 Superb income property located near college, 5 rental units, 4 plus acres of land, i will divide make an. offerl Nice home on 5 acres. 3 fisherman's Delight- 70 acres Leading Creek, fishing, swimming, 10 acres bottom, balance with 60,000 ft. Hardwood, high ridge top sites $21,000 130 Acres, Gilmer County, 2 out buildings (block & frame), stream, fruit trees, 60 acres open, timber, Rt. 33 frontage, rood through pmpedy, ONLY $18,000 bedrooms, full basement, sit on your new Ixdlo [ I with bar beque grill, and look at the nicely landscaped acres Unlimited FREE natural gas means no winter heat bill,__ Full price $33500 Nice 3 bedroom on beautiful 3% acres outbuddings on good road $39,995 Try'large 2 st:2'02:o rbe..Ta: :i:lrTF:Fe::o=ur 15'500 SALES ASSOCIATES: Dan Law - 462-5290, Weadal Hay - 765-5164, AB Stewart - 364-8808. left Wayeme - 31-262B I.ECAI. NOTICh OF STATE PURCIIASINC The Slall; of We.l VirRini; Pur( hamnM l)wiim will m:(:ept sealed l)id. until 1:3() PM .n I I{3/76 em File 3:3 f.r (;h;nvilh: Slilt (;,lh4e (m Requn. 138 f-r the: ri4hl 'I'. I:urnlsh Fruz(m l:.(Jd (m (;ontracl for .qe (lays. Nee hid will I)(: e:(msi(lered ulil(!:., ubmitted ()n l'(irms pres(:ril)e(l l)y and a(laihd)le fr.m the purf:h.,.4n Division. (;epartnmnl ()f Finant:e n(l A(Imini,.Irali(m. Room W-140. ('apih)l Buihlin. (:h;irle.hm. Weal Virginia. BEN E. RUBRFCI IT. DIRECTOR 10-29-2tc FOR SALE OR LEASE - Resturant Equipment, charcoal broiler, refrigera- tion equipment, freezer, fryers, hoods, very nice, tables and chairs, misc. equip. Call for details Aardvark Leasing 364-5547 or write P.O. Box 309, Glenville WV 26351. 11 4-2tc c 11 4-2tc Straight Answers From Your Power Company This is one in a series of repUes to questions being asked by our cus- \\; tomers. :  ' Answering today is : Carroll Curry, Director, .. Customer Services for Monongahela. QUESTION: Will the cost of electricity keep on going up? ANSWER: If the national inflation rate could be brought down to an annual level of not more than 2% or 3%, it is likely that electric rates could at least level off. But there is now no indication that this will happen soon. A high rate of inflation continues. Coal labor contracts have provisions that can result in further increases in coal costs. Construction costs for power stations continue to increase. Costs keep going up for vehicles, wire and cable, poles, hardware, gasoline, and all the other equipment and supplies we must buy to provide electric service. And interest rates are very high for the money we must borrow to pay for all these things. Whole new categories of expenses are being created by environmental control regulations. One example-- about $200,000,000 will have to be spent for environmental control equipment at the Pleasants Power Station now under construction. That's more than the total cost of the Fort Martin Station, cam- pleted only seven years As long as all these there is just no way creasing electric rates. ago. costs keep going up, possible to avoid in- As this i written, weam looking at a newspaper of January 5, 1966 with a front page story about a substantial decrease in Monongahela Power Company electric rates. All of us at Monongahela hope the time may come when we might again be able to make such an announcement. It would be a great day. Monongahela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System 2075 I I IIIIII I Rt. 33 & 119 - 4 miles west of Weston A complete selection of Quality Built Homes 12 WIDES - 14 WIDES - DOUBLE WIDES AND MODULAR ON DISPLAY EACH FULLY DISPLAYED AND LIGHTED Phone 269-1510 -- Open Friday til 8 p.m. Member of W.Va. Mobile Homes Association I 1976 Special Feeder Cattle Sales November 6 Saturday With Regular Sale Yearlings and Two-Year-aids SPONSORED BY W.VA. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE Notice - Farmers "Consign Your Cattle Where The Action Is" Plenty of Buyers All New Facilities 6 Acres Parking Clean Modern Restaurant Cattle Insured from From Farm to Sale United Livestock Sales C0. P.O. Box 282 Parkersburg, W.Vo. 26101 telephone 304-485-3479 Sole Every Saturday 1:00 P.M JJ Joe Corbitt, Manager Phone 422-1713 J _ . I_ i] ml I II I Ilnl I FOR SALE - 1970 flat with cattle 900x920 first $2,700.00. Call FOR SALE-1971 ar condition. IOW after 6:00 p.m. fOR SALE-1971 Topper. Heavy d Good shape willta topper separatly Reaser 462-5267. FOR SIkLE - 1974 M condition. New tires; Call 462-7709 after,' FOR SALE auto.; 1967 for parts; 1 four roximatel' o phone calls, L#ckney, WV. 1972 CHEVROLET wheel drive brakes. CARDS OF my relatives, their visits, cards, and most of all for was a patient in Morgantown, WV. God bless each Wilson, Cox's Mills, ATTENTION test will be studies Center for 30 hours information contact Calhoun-Gilmer C ville WV 26147, ATTENTION: StY Kanawha Drive Nov. 20.- 10:00 guns, no drinkin available. James E. James E. Mills, a member Board of Oct. 28 at his extended illness. Mr. Tanner, a son Williams of United States Conflict, was Keele by Dowel] Corp. Beside being Gilmer County McCartney was a Lodge No. 118 A.F. Scottish Rite and Wheeling, Club Nemesis Parkersburg, Knights of Pythias of Khorassan No. 1118 at Burnt Surviving are Sue McCartney; Sandra Sue Parka sons, Pat of Tim, both of Willard of Orlando, Belvoir, Va. WeUs; one Detroit. Private funeral Sunday, Oct. 31 Home of officiated wi Cemetery in Ta er' Virginia Virginia died Tuesday Ohio. She waa She is Roy. H. Eugen e Mr. and Mrs. Dayton, Ohio, a [Orna} Paulson brother Rev. Oregon, Ohio nephews. She was a Shepherd Circleville and Society. She teacher. .Funeral se Fri(lay. Oct. 2g United Methodis: Ohio with Rev. Dr. Butt Forest Cemetery Memorial to the American memorial fund United Methodist Ohio. Before Check our Wo ENNE DsplaY t