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2 The Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder December 2, 1976 Letters to Santa Build a nursing home A few weeks ago we printed a news article based on a private study which revealed the need for a nursing home in Gilmer County. It has since come to our attention that various methods of funding such a project are available. The Region 7 Commission on Aging has told us that a county commission, city council or any incorporated group such as a senior citizens or development group can apply through them for funds from various national health programs. There are also reputable naffonal nursing home ctntractors who ca n be induced to build in this area. We are not, of course, advocating simply warehousing our elderly citizens. It is always more desirable for senior citizens to live in homes of their own. However, it is sometimes impossible either for reasons of bad health or extreme poverty for some senior citizens to live in private homes. Studies show senior citizen poplion generally growing in Gilmer County at a rate faster than&apos;!e state as a whole. Approximately 21.3 per cent of the people 65 years old or older in Gilmer County are living below the poverty level. The Region 7 Commission on Aging feels there's a real need for a nursing home in Gilmer County. Perhaps some group in the county can muster the spirit thai brought us a medical and dental clinic and provide an equally fine facility for those in our county who need the services of a nursing home. School bond alternatives To "llm gda While I am concerned about the need for better education of our children and the condition of the present School buildings, I think there's a better way to remodel and renovate them. As you all may very well know it costs quite a large sum of money to hold a special election as proposed to be held December 17th 1976; well, this money could be put into a school fund. Also the money that was spent to build the Glenville Elementary School at Hays City could have been used to remodel and repair existing buildings. Please don't get me wrong, the school is a very fine looking school. Now to get to some other wavs of imvrovin the conditions and appearance of the existing buildings, I will list in numerical order the thing I would propose. -I- Hold benifit dances at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. -2- Hold door to door fund raising campaigns such as the Cancer Society does. -3- Use carnival profit. -4- To improve the appearance, paint the inside and outside of each school some modern color. -5- Have Country Music Stars such as Chafli Pride t the,HighScool from time to tjm,ILwat, donaback in the early fifties, : ' ' ': ', '' -6- If presenVcateCtrical wiring is not sttttttle fOYthe+Od/i'Wnolroiecter and etc, have Mr. Claude Coberly or some other qualified person to rewire them. I'm sure they would give a discount for the betterment of the schools. In closing may I say this. that if you proceed to pass the bond it will not be fair, because it will raise the taxes on the farmers and business people in Gilmer County. The fair way would be the way I have proposed so that everyone would be contributing a little amount at a time throughout the year and not the way the passage of the bond would do. A concerned citizen Stanley Stallman The Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder will publish your letters to Santa Claus. Mall your letter from the Glenville Post Office to Santa Claus c/ o The North Pole. Include your name and address and mail them as soon as possible. We can't guarantee anything, but Santa usually takes care of all good girls and boys. Dear Santa Claus, I am a little boy 4 years old and my name is Rabble Frymier. I have a little brother 2 years old, and his name is Jonathan Wayne. We have been very good little boys this year. I would like a CB radio like my Dad's and my brother would like one too. john would also like to have a dozer and a dump truck and whatever else you want to bring him. I would also like to have a Tin Can Alley and whatever else you want to bring me. I would also like you to bring my Dad, my Morn, and my dog, Muffy Ann, something nice too. I will leave you some cookies and milk for your snack. Two little Anxious Boys, Robert Aaron Frymier Jonathan Wayne Frymier Glenville / ii iii ..... Taxpayers Ask IRS ,,,,,m, i i i i i i Q. To take a better iob, I moved to another state 5000 miles away. Are any of the moving costs deductible? A. When you move to work at a new factory, office or other principal work place, you may be able to deduct some of the costs of the move. The cost of travel to the new location, moving of. household goods and personal effects, pre-move house hunting trips and other expenses may be deductible if  i the move meets certain requirements. The distance between your new work place and old residence must be at least 50 miles farther than the distance between your old residence and old work place. You must also work full time at least 30 weeks during the 12 months after you arrive at your new location .... For more detailed information, see IRS Publication 521, Tax Information on Moving Expenses, available at your local IRS office. CALENDAR thufs, dec. 2 The GlenvLUe Jaycees will hold a special meeting at 7:30 Pe.m. in the Conrad Hotel. All fnbers are urged to attend. sat, dec. 4 There will be a gospel sing at the Hyers Run Methodist Church featuring the Gospel tones at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. LEGAL NOTICES The Gilmer County High Athletic Boosters Club will hold a dance from 9 p.m. to 12 p,m. at the high school gymnasium. The band, Equinox, will play. All proceeds will be used to help purchase a wrestling mat for the school. mon, dec. 13 The Woman's Club of Glenville will hold their regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Glenville Presbyterian Church. A Christmas program is planned followed by a home-made gift exchange under the direction of Miss May Beal. fd, dec. 1 7 The Gilmer County Farm Bureau covered dish Kick-Off Dinner and Christmas party will be held at the Gilmer County Recreation Center at 6 p.m, The Farm Bureau will supply turkey, ham, hot rolls and drinks with those attending bringing vegetables and desserts. thurs, dec. 9 The Gilmer County Red Cross will host a Bloodmobile visit from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Glenville State College Pioneer Th Center Ballroom. I III I I I I Published Every Thursday By GILMER COUNTY PUBLISHING, INC. At 109 E. Main St, Glenvilia, WV 26351 Phone 462-7309 Second-Class postage paid at Glenville and at additional mailing offices Subscription price $6.60 tax induded in Gilmer County; uther West Virginia relidlents N.00 tax induded. Out of state subscriptions $7.00. Cannot accept sutmcriptiom for less than 6 momhs. (ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE FEB. 1st, 19763 ROBERT D. ARNOLD PRESIDENT/PUBLIsHER PAUL BROWN EDITOR JOAN LAYNE OFFICE MANAGER I/li I[11 " - .... II II I I I II I by NedtaAlltop Mr. and Mrs. Burl Curry of ' Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Reed and Lorain. Ohio: Mrs. Norma Yeardley, Pauletta; Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dobbins of, Chad and Eron Jo of Parkersburg;Mr. and Mrs. Grafton, Ohio; Roger Reed. Dennis Denver Clendenin; .erry Reed and Layne Crittendon of Elyria. 3Clendenin and Terri Ann from lnna, ': Olio spen Thanksgiving weekend thl  ,V i'' M4". 4tltd< " Gale "Whitesel tn'd Todd; lsi]ff Whitesel and sons, John and Doug; Mr. t Harley Alitop; Okey Stout: Gary Moore. Steve Moore, Francis and Brad Whitesel recently spent some time at the Leonard Whitesel place on Steer Run. They are all from Grafton, Ohio. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moss. Kim and Robin; Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Moss and Danny; Mr. Kenny Moss; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Minney and family all of Grafton, Ohio area. Mrs. Yvonne Snead and Don Chadwell from Cleveland. Ohio and Mrs. Dallas Chadwell from North Ridgeville, Ohio recently visited Mr. and Mrs. James R. Chadwell of ' Normantown. Mrs. Lulu Marks recently went to Little Hocking, Ohio to be with her son, Mr. Wilbur Marks. She is not very much better. Mike Marks, oldest son of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Marks, who was previously a Soil Scientist in Prince George, Virginia has been transferred to' Staunten. Virginia where he is now a Soil Conservationist. He recently visited his parents for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh James, and Nelson from Grafton. Ohio: Roland James from North Eaton. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Whisman and Kevin from North Ridgeville, Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woedyard from Elyria, Ohio recently visited Mrs. Macal James, Marsha and Sheila Reed; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smith. Michelle and Wendy and Calvin Smith from LaGrange Ohio: Randy Moore. Junior Dobbins and Brenda Stout of Graften. Ohio recently visited the Harlen Alltop family. A revival will begin at the Upper Steer Run Baptist Church December 26 at 7:00 PM. The Elder Charles Fisher is the pastor. Thanksgiving guests at Pearl Williams home were: her daughter Zetta Walker of Charleston and her children Pare of Marshall University and Kent of Normantown; daughter and son-in-law Leone and Jack Lows and their daughter Alison of Normantown; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Brady and their children Amy and Sarah of Normantown; Jane Lows of Glenville; Jeff Lows of Normantown; Carol Foster of Sand Fork and David Harry of Glenville. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The undersigned Trustee, pursuant to the authority of Deed of Trust dated July 15, 1065, execut by George F. Jones. single, to J. W. Perrfll kncl-Paul H, Woedford IL Trustees. recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, West Virginia. in Trust Book No. 57 at page 343, having been requested in writing by the beneficiary therein named so to do, will, on Friday, the 17th day of December, 1976. at lt:30 o'clock A.M. of said day, at the front door of the Gilmer County Courthouse, in the City of Glenville, West Virginia, offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder on terms of Cash in Hand. the surface only of the following two described tracts or parcels of land situate on waters of Cox's Camp Fork of Horn Creek, Troy District, Gilmer County, West Virginia, described as follows: FIRST TRACT: BEGINNING at a Chestnut Oak on top of hill and corner to land of G. A. Bowver and others; thence S 67 E 34 poles to a White Oak: thence S 11 E 24 poles to a Dogwood; thence S 5 W 41-7/8 poles to a stone in one of the original lines: thence S 83-1/2 W 24-1/3 poles to a stone: thence S 60 W 16 poles to Hickory and pointers; thence S 50-1/2 W 26 poles to a stone crossing road and Cox's Camp Fork of Horn Creek: thence N 50 W 45 poles to a stone: thence N 36-1/4 W 70 voles to a stone: thence N 35 W 20 poles to a Poper; thence N 52 E 11 poles to e stone in edge,0f road; thence N 88 E 22-1/4 poies to|ack Oak: hence S 70 E 27 poles to a stone and pointers; thence N 56-I/2 E 12 poles to Hickory: thence N 42 E 22 pores to Dogwood; acres, more or less. SECOND TRACT: BEGINNING at a W O., corner to Mary Fisher, thence N 56-1/2 E 10 poles to a stone; thence N 25-1/4 E 13,16poles to stone; thence N 38-1/4 E 15 poles to stone; thence N 48-1/4 E 9,52 poles; thence N 49-1/2 W 40 poles to pointers; thence N 34-1/2 W 37 poles to pointers; thence S 50-3/4 W 49.5 pores to stone and pointers; thence S 45 E 37.5 poles to W. O. stump; thence 1.2 East 30.36 poles to W. O. {down}; thence S 65-3/4 E 33.74 poles to the beginning, containing 29.61 acres, more or less. The above ran| estate was conveyed unto George F. }ones by deed of A. B. Bowyer, single, dated February 10, 1970, of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, West Virginia. in Deed Book No. 251 at page 462. |.W. PERRILL, TRUSTEE Drawer 428 Glenville, West Virginia 26351 l 2-2-3tc NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the estate of Alpha W. McCullough. deceased: All persons having claims against the estate of Alpha W. McCulloush. sed, whether due or not. are notified to exhibit same with the voucher thereof legally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the City of GlenviUe, West Virginia on or before May 22, 1977, at 10:00 o'clock AM., otherwise, they may by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests. Given under my hand. this the 22nd day of November. 1076. J.W. Perrill Commissioner of Accounts Gilmer Coty. West Virginia 12-2-2t* FIDUCIARY NOTICE Notice is hereby Bryan that the following accounts are before me for final settlement. Robert E. Miller, Administrator of the Estate of Gertrude B. Miller. deceased. Mary Lee Massey and Margaret Bailey Covey, Co-executrices of the wiU of Bonnie Farnsworth, deceased. Janet D. Withers, Executrix of the will of Herbert F. Withers. deceased Given under my hand this the 24th day of November, 1976. Paul H. Woodford It Commissioner of Accounts for Gilmer County, West Virginia 12-2-2t* NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Notice is herebgiven that a public sale will be held at the parkin E lot of Kanawha Union Bank, Glenville. West virginia at 10.' o'clock a.m.. on December 0. 1076, to sell the following collateral: 1973 Chevrolet ;i Ton Pickup Truck, Serial No. CKY243F348907. This collateral is held to secure an obligation arising under a security aJrsement dated March 17, 1076. made by Delbert Lee Parker and held by the undersigned as secured party. TERMS OF SALE: Cash m hand on day of sale. Dated this 6th day of November, 1976. KANAWI-IA UNION BANK Glenvlile,,West Virginia 12-2-1 tc IT'S WARM INSIDE..Christina Fox is well - snow and cold weather that welcomed win_t.J area this week. Many Gllmer countians couid.,,m  variety of cold weather gear, ranging from c fur-lined boots in attempts to keep out the I wind. 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