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16 The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder December 9, 1976 Section B NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOND ELECTION TO THE VOTIng OF G1LMER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT, STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA: Take notice that at meeti of the Board of Education of the County of Gilmer, a statutory corporation under the laws of the State of West Virginia, held the 8th day of November, 1976, a quorum ..ruent end acting throughout such meeting, the following order was made and entered of AN ORDER OF THE SOARD O JDUCATION OF THE COUNTY OF GILMER DIRECTING AN ]IKTI'ION TO BE HELD FOR THE  OF SUBMITTING TO THE VOTERS OF GILMER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT ALL QUESTIONS CONNECTED ArlTH THE CONTRACTING OF A DEBT AND THE ISSUING OF BONDS IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $2A50,000 FOR A SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION AND ]MPROVMrr PROGRAM, BE IT ORDERED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE COUNTY OF GILMER: It appears to The Board of Educatkm of the County of Gflmer (herein called the "Board"} and the rd does accurdingly hereby find: 1. The schools in Gllmer County School District are. with the exceptinn of Gilmer County High School, over 45 years old. The Sand Fork, Tanner and Trey elementary schools are in violation of the Life Safety Code, as appenrs from a recent report by the State Fire Marshal. The auditorium of one of the schools in described in one report es "a fire trap". Toilets are in basements without recommended exits. The existing high school should be remodeled and renovated and several rooms should be added. The Sand Fork, Tanner. Troy and Normantown elementary schools must be renovated and portions of the Send Fork and Normanto schools must be replaced so that they may continue to be used. In iditton. the Glenville El|mmntary School needs added facilities in the form of a gymnasium and Idatad areas to remJer it a full service educational complex, The Board has received reports and rlmdattons from the Gllmer County Citisens Committee for Better Schools, and meetings have been ooacted in the  upon the qusallou of the school needs. Accordingly. the Board finds that it w u rpntly ueceasary umt the Board acquire, rrenovate end improve certain of the existing school in said School District as shown below, end in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan of the School District which has been approved by the State Board of Education. The funds derived from currejst layi_ atmliceble to the makt of such improvements in and additions to or supplementation or movattoa of certain sial!aS school buildings, Wlh this body is now authorized by law to lay, after providing for the administl;atton of the affairs of this Board and meeting the current expenses thereof required by law. are insufficient to finance such improvements, additions, supplementation and renovation end. therefore. Bonds should be issued to provide funds therefor. 2, Funds should be obtained for the purposes mentioned above and described below and it will be mesary to incur debt and issue Bonds for the enlargement, extension, supplementation, reconotructton, improvement end rouovation of the existing school facilities hereinafter described. Investlgstiou end studies by this Board show that at least the sum of Two Million Four Hundred Flfty-Niim  Dollars ($2.459,000} must be spent for such purposes, in addition to the share of Board in t Stats Bter School  Amendment Funds, which has already been provided, ir me sum of $829.500. aU to me end of providi better, safer school facilities in said SchoOl District as imH of the iort required to meet the educational needs and to improve the opportunities of the eiudnntl in said School District. 3. The valuation of the taxable property in (;timer County School District. as shown by the last ammont tlmrsof for state and county taxation purpoe, is $49,1,300. and the valuation of each ClUe of property within  school District is as follows: (ees I $ 3,199,210 CSSS II 8,645,780 O,s m 32.721,080 u IV 4,632,230 Total: $ 49,198,300 4. There is not any indabtodnM for school Imrposcs in the former mngisteriui school districts in G le . r is there any bonded tade of Gflmer County School District. The unhanded lm,btOdna t at me School District is neglible and can be paid from current levy funds, Accordingly. m  ata prmapm amouatof $2,4s9,00 may be lmmed for the purposes herein provided. S, Bon Nee. 1 to 492, inckmive, in thaprlncipol amount of $5,000 each, except that Bond No. 492, tm in the principal smennt of $4,000, aureUngL4,00, shall be issued and sold, the of which sale shall be used r the purposes hereinafter set forth. To the extent that 1 funds ere made available to the Bord for the co.truman of hool buildings or the imt tf, or the purchase of equipment therefor, by Soma form of matching by the Federal tvemmut, t amounts herein stated may be used, insofar as permitted by law, on a matching basis m 0mra tunes so mane avattame, ann provided that the Board, in its discretion, may allocate to and e. for any  or more of the purposes or proocts hereinafter described any sums remaining on oount of inability to cmmiruct, Carry out or complete any project, or upon completion of  other  tlm Imrpe or proj.ects, whether any such sum renmins unused upon sueh completion by Mola tmdn'an in the esumetad  of uch purpose or pro|eat, or by reason of a grent-in-aid U Um ct stud bersin of ouch purpose or project received by the Beard from the Federal to r otherwise, The estimated caste of the proec describ below do not include any sums ,or m fipmant   and  Bnard will use any moneys, avatable, includin moneys ao.wm ram .tim hosed mu rmmg tor ou of the bo projnc, to purchase w oqmpmmt and  as may be  and obtainable with the moneys available. Ulm completion of all ouch prelims, or pro sad imymnt therefor in fulL any unused sum from the sale of the Bonds slmll be deported with the State Sinld Fund Commission to be for 'chaee of any Bonde of this  outstaU at the price of not more than the par value plmecua/thtatti  --.,,.de mh purchases or for the payment of such Bonds and the The Bonds shall bear interest at a rate or rates not exceeding the rats of seven per cnntum {7010) r annum, payable nmiennnally, and the Bonds shall be payable from one to fifteen years from their to. and the maturtties of the Bonds, bass d ups_ approximately level or equal annual aggregate a moul of principal and interest duri, the life of the bond issue, with interest decreasing as P rmcllsl Ym.enis increase in each ou0scquent year. shall be ee follows: in the amount of $100.000 due sad payable one ymr after date; Bands in the amount of $10.000 dim d payable two years after date; Som in the amount of $110.000 due end payable three years after data; Bonds in the amount Of $120,000 due and payable four years after date; in tim amount of $130.O00 due and payable five years after date: tn the amomxt of $135,000 duo and pyable six years after date; in the amount of $145,000 due end paye,b.lo seven years after date; Bonds in the amount of $155,000 due and puyame eight years after date; Soud in "the amount of $170,00o due and payable then years after date; Bonds in the amount of $180.000 due end payable ten years after date; Bends in the amount of $195.000 dun and payable eleven years after date; Bls in the amount of $205,000 due and payable twelve years after date; in the amount of $220.000 due and payable thirteen years after date; Bom in the amount of $235.000 due and payable fourteen years after date; * , t. m,m f  dim mzd pebble fltes years after date, it is further heMd ord by The Beard'f:luflOde'CoflnfydGmer ha?? " LEGAL NOTICES (A) The question of Incurring the ck and  id Boude and ell other questions properly counect thormvith shall be submitted to the votm of Gllmer C.mmty School District at the general election which shall be held therein on the 17th day of December. 1976, end that the election officials for each of the legally established voting precincts in Gilmer County School District. which embraces the same territory as the County of Gilmer, for holding such special school bond election shall be and are hereby appointed as follows: ELECTION OFFICIALS CENTER DISTRICT Precinct # 1 (Normantown) - Normantown School Clerks Ruth Hardman Bobby Frame Precinct # 5 (Cedarville} - Community Building Clerks Carol L. Gerwig Clavel Smith Precinct # 6 (Shock} - Bennett's Store (Phone: 364-8617) Clerks Barbara Sauer Vance Norman DEKALB DISTRICT Precinct # 12 (Third Run) - Mrs. Bonnie Waggy (Phone: 462-8007) Clerks SandyDreke Rose Roberts Precinct # 13 {Tanner} - Tanner School Clerks Eloise Byrd Denver Law GLENVILLE DISTRICT Precinct # 16 {Court House} Gilmer County Court House Clerks Bonnie Billips Anita Harold precinct # 17 {Sand Fork} Sand Fork School Clerks Claudia Greynolds Dale Thrasher Precinct # 18 (Stouts Mills} - Ed Shiflett's Residence (Phone: 462-7225} Clerks Christine Brown Lucy P. Edwards Precinct # 20 {South Glenvi[le) - Turner Building Clerks |essie Luzader Kim ]ones , Precinct # 23 [East Court House) - Gilmer County Court House Clerks Judy Meads Audrey Somerville TROY DISTRICT Precinct # 27 (Troy) - Troy School Clerks Connie Adams Mavis Cole Precinct # 31 {Cox's Mills} - Community Building Clerks Delores Simmons Commissioners Pearl Williams James Shock Geraldine Marks Commissioners Loretha Keesecker Sharon Phares Wihne Hem Commissioners Vere Brady Bell Alma Brady Charlotte Miller Commissioners Bonnie Waggy Onidee Nutter Bill Cox Commissioners Kathleen Lydick Judy Radcliff BeulahRobinson Commissioners Alma Greenlief Elizabeth Smith Freda Abrams Commissioners Lore Faye Tomblin Lenita Garrett Ralph Shaver Commissioners Phyllis C. Snyder Eulah Barker Ann M. Thompson Commissioners Lester Davidson Mabel Wolfe Donna Wilt Commissioners Ruby Jean Bush Joe Estanich Betty White Commissioners )annette Adams Ruth Reed Joyce Ann Cates Commissioners Freda Wright Elaine Perrin Mary Ellen Chapnan Vicki Lou Mathess (B} The registration of voters and the usa of the registratiou boolm shall be rlmd by the rmanent registration laws of the State of West Virginia, and The Beard of ducthm of the Cmmty er hereby adopts the registration lists of the C_.mty m mnor es tim official rqistraUen ll Gilmer County School District for such election. {C) The purposes or projects for which the proceeds of sale of the Bonds, if authorlsad by the voters, are to be expended are as follows: Project 1. To acquire, construct and erect additions for classrooms and other space and accommodations (to mast guidelines of the State Board of Education} for the present Norm- town Elementary School and to reconstruct, renovate end remodel such school, which will serve e total of approximately 330 students Location flfamted Present Normantuwn 3enNmt- Cmt ary School P"ffmd ForklUsmmnt - $ 714,440 NEW LISTING - 150 acres left 'fork of Steer Creek barn with partial cement floor. 1 pond, creek frontage 18-18 acres of bottom land, some marketable timber. Priced $33,500. NEW LISTING - 120"x107.5' lot in Eakel Addition of Sutton. Priced $3,500.00. NEW LISTING Nice 23-acres farm with 2 bedroom house, barn and 4 outbuilding with utilities available. Approximately 5 acres of bottom land with good garden spots. Fronts on gravel-based school bus route. Very reasonably priced at $9,000. NEW LISTING - 180 acres near Cox's Mills, entirely fenced with woven wire and has 2 ponds. This productive acreage has been pasturing approx. 40 cows, 40 calves, and 40 sheep. Call for more information. BUSINESS OPPORTUNYIT in this unit-trailer park in Glenville. Price -- $24,000. $15,000. Call for more information. WALNUT ST. - 2 bedroom home in Glenvllle. Price $19,500. 6 ACRES AND HOUSE - 3 bedroom home, just 2 miles from Glenville on a rock ]rose road. Price $20,000.Q0. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY - Bee Tavern, including real estate. $21,500. KANAWHA DRIVE Beautifully designed and decorated 4 bedroom home, many extras. Price $74,900. GAP - 19.5 acres potential commercial site, front Rt. 33 and 119. Call for details. 44 ACRES - old house on Rt. 47, near Cox's MAlls. Price $16,900. STEWARTS CREEK - 19 acres, hilltop view, beautiful building site. Price $10,000. WBS RUN - 84 acres, timber, hunting, accessible. Price $il,900. CALHOUN COUNTY - 5 acres, camp site, road frontage. Price $1,900. KANAWHA DRIVE - Beautifully designed and decorated 4 BR home, many extra Price $74,900. RT. 5 - one story, 3 BR home, extra big lot. Price $17,500. 132 ACRES - Remodeled home, timber. Price $40,000.00. 415 KANAWHA ST. - Modern 3 BR home, corner lot. Price $34,500.00. 50 ACRES - Remodeled 9 room home, FREE GAS. Price $45,000.00. 314 N. Lewis St. - 6 rooms, 2 lots. Price $12,500.00. 100 ACRES - Calhoun Co. ridge land. FREE GAS. Price $24,000.00. 30 ACRES - Timber, hunting, building site. Price $6,000.00. 98 ACRES - 4 BR home, level meadow. Price $33,500.00. 97 ACRES - FREE GAS, Building site. Timber. Price $27,900.00. GRASS RUN - One-half acre building lot. Price $2,675.00. GRASS RUN - 1 acres super building lot. Price $5,900.00. CEDAR CPEK - 3 BR mobile home, garage, call for details. " 4071/ DOL ST. - 5 BR mobile home nice lot. Price $19,200.00. 104 ACRES - Timber and hunting. Priced right at $12,800.00. :ii!ii: 71 ACRES - House, good hunting area. Price $12,000.00. We need fings on 3 bedroom homes in the Glenvih area. McPHERSON REAL ESTATE 973 Mineral Rd. Glenville, WV 26351 "RY LEE MCPHSON, AGENT -Ph. 4041819 NICHOLSON, SALESMAN 462-8864  L FITZWATER. AGENT 462-7136 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The undersigned Trustee. pursuant to the authority of Deed of Trust dated July 15, 1965, executed by George F. Jones, single, to J. W. Perrill and Paul H. Wondford lI, Trustees. recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, West Virginia, in Trust Book No. 57 at pare 343. having been requested in writin by the beneficiary therein named so to do, will, on Friday, the 17ih-dey of December, 197, at 11:20 o'clock A.M. of said day, at the front door of the Gthuer County Courthouse, in the City of Glenvillo. West Virginia, offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder on terms d 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 s 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 end pointers; thence S 50-1/2 W 26 poles to a stone crossing rood and Cox's Camp Fork of Horn Creek; thence N 50 W 45 poles to a stone: thence N 36-1/4 W 70 poles to a stone; thence N 35 W 20 poles to a Pgplar; thence N 52 E 11 poles to a stone in edge of read: thence N 88 E 22-1/4 poles tolack Oak; thence S 70  27 poles to a stone and painters; thence N 56-1/2 E 12 poles to Hickory: thence N 42 E 22 poles to Dogwood: acres, more or less. SECOND TRACT: BEGINNING at a W. O., corner to Mary Fisher, thence N 56-1/2 E 19 poles to a stone; thence N 25-1/4 E 136poles 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 49 poles to pointers; thence N 34-1/2 W 37 poles to pointers; thence S 50-3/4 W 4.5 poles to stone and pointers; thence S 45 E 37.5 polos 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 real estate was conveye unto George F. Jones 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. J.W. PERRILL. TRUSTEE Drawer 426 Glenvilla. West Virginia 26351 12-2-3tc NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the estate of Alpha W, McCulleugh, deceased: All persons having chims against the estate of Alpha W. McC _ullough, deceased, 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 Glenville. West Virginia on or before May 22, 19'(7, at 1O:00 o'clock .A.M,, oerwlN, they may by law be excluded from aU benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims add otherwise protect their interests. Given under my hand. rids the 22rid day of November. 1976. J,W. Perrill Commissioner of Accounts Gilmer County, West Virginia 12-2-2t* FIDUCIARY NOTICE Notice is hereby givnn that the following accounts are before me for final settlement. Robert E. Miller, Administrator of the Estate of Gertrude B. MLIler, deceased, Mar]/ Lee Mnssa and Margaret Bailey Covey, Co-executrices of the will 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 II Commissioner of Accounts for Gllmer County, West Virginia 12-2-2t* 8ometldag to bell? Try our Want-Ads. Proven sellers for your miscellaneous items. Call 462- guidelines of the Sia',e toard of Education) for the existing Sand Fork Elementary School. aod to reconstruct, renovato and remodel such school, which will serve a total of appreximately 260 students 3, To renovate, remodel and improve the existing Troy Elemantary School. which after completion of the new Glenville Elementary School will serve approximately 150 students 4. To renovate, remodel and imprwe the existing Tanner Elementary School to serve approximately 130 students 5. To acquire, construct, erect and prepare the site. including utilities and landscaping, for the addition of a gymnasium and related areas to the present Glenville ".Elementary School 6. To acquire, construct and erect an addition for classrooms for the existing Gilmer County High School and to renovate, remodel and improve the existing gymnasium, academic and other facilities Present Troy Elementary 5choo| Presen GJenville Elemerlary School Existing Giimr County iitgb School i Grand Total of Above Proleets The above amounts stated for costs of the school Projects shaU inspection costs, legal fees and expanses, the costs of acq and rights of way therefor and the preparation and improvement costs and fees, costs of issuance and sale of the Bonds and such expenses not otherwise provided for above, as may be necessarily in carrying out the foregoing purposes or projects. The above amounts are the estimated sums needed for th the proposed Bond issue, to which are to be of Education from the share of the Board in the tate Better Amendment Funds, now on hand or available, in the amotmt of D) If the voters of Cilmer County School District approve such debt and Bonds, The Board of Education of the County of Gilmer shall lay annually of all the taxable property within Gilmer County Scliooi District a levy the payment of the annual interest upon said Bonds as it accrues semieunu$ said Bonds at the maturities thereof; for which purpose a levy upon the last assessment of such property for state and county purposes, will be Upon Class I property, approximately Upon Class II property, approximately Upon Class III property, approximately Upon Class IV property, approximately In the laying of such levy, the assessment levy authorized to be laid I the County of Gilmer for Gilmer County School District by the statutes enacted pursuant thereto shall not be exceeded; provided, hereinabove set forth may, whenever oecesoory, be exceeded in and principal of such Bonds within any statutory and collection and disbursement of taxes within constitutional and statutory interest and principal upon such proposed Bonds shall have by said Board for any on other Bond issues which heretofore (El If the debt and Bond issue shall be approved by the voters, the bonds heretofore issued and payable from taxes levied mtside the Article X of said Constitution will not exceed in the aggregate five per centum taxable property in Gilmer County School District ascertained in Article X of said Constitution. and such Bonds and the interest thereon  be annual tax levied and collected in each year. on ell taxable property in Gilmer ( sufficient to pay the principal and interest maturing and becoming due on which tax levies will be laid separate and apart from, and in addition tn tax levies for school destricts on the several classes of in Constitution. but in the same proportions aa such maxium ra property; and said tax  be levied outside the limits fixed by Section 1, Article (F} If the debt and Bond issue submitted to the voters shall be Article X of the Constitution. Known es the "School Bond Amendment" Constitution. kRown as the "Better Schools Amendment". and the enabling legislature of West Virginia, Regular Session. 1951. amending 1, Chapter 13 of the Code of West .Virginia, 1931, and the enabling legislation of West Virginia, Regular session, 1959. amending and re-enacting Section Articlel, ha'pter 13 Of the Code of West Virginia. 1931. the levies violate any constitutional or statutory provisions of this State herein provided shall be levied and allocated cac year for the principal of the Bonds to be authorized, and for such purposes other levies made for all other purposes of Gilmer County School District, of the County of Gilmer does further find that after laying and allocating payment of the principal and interest requirements of said Bonds, there authorized by law and apportioned for current expenses, a sufficient levy when added to other income, will be sufficient to carry on the proper requisite and of said Gilmer County School District. (G} The form at ballot to be used for such bond election shall be as OFFICIAL BOND BALLOT GILMER COTIN'IT BOARD OF EDUCATION SPECIAL SCHOOL BOND ELECTION DEf',EMBER 17.1976 Shall Gilmer County School District recur debt and issue Bonds in the maturities on such Bonds to run not more than fifteen not exceeding the rate of seven per centum (7O/o} per annum, for il followiff Pro/set  Locatid I To 8qgnire. cortruct and erec , PrO, e,? Nermntc ],|ement- ,o addiffons for dassrora anti, r ar' School space and accommodations {to meet guidelines of the State Board of Education] for the present Norman- town Elementary School and to reconstruct, renovate and remodel .. such school, which will serve a tot! of approximately 330 students 2. To acquire, construct and erect Present Sand Fork Elementary additions for classrooms and other School apace and accommocations {to meet guidelines of the State Board of Educetion) for the existing Sand Fork Elementary School, and to reconstruct, renovate and remodel such school, which will serve a total of approximately 260 students 3. To renovate, remodel and improve Present Troy Elementary School the existing Troy Elementary School, which after completion of the new Clenville Elementary School will serve approximately 150 students 4. To renovate, remodeland improve Present Tanner Elementary the existing Tanner Elementary School School to serve appreximeteiy 130 students  - 5. To acquire, construct, erect and Present Glenville Elementary prepare the site, including utilities School and landscaping, for the addition of a gymnasium an'd related areas to the present Glenville Elementary School 6. To acquire, construct and erecl Existing Gilmer County High an addition for classrooms for the School existing Gilmer County Nigh School and to renovate, remodel and improve the existing gymnasium. academic and other facilities Grand Total of Above Pre)ects The above amounts stated for costs of the school Projects shall inspection costs, legal fees and expenses, the costs of acquiring and rights of way therefor and the preparation and improvement costs and fees, cests of issuance and sale of the Bonds and such other coats, expenses not otherwise previded for above, as may be necessarily or properly in carrying out the foregoing purposes or projects. The above amounts are the estimated sums needed for the Prejects from the the proposed Bond issue, to which are to be added amounts to be of Education from the share of the Beard in the State Better Amendment Punds. now on hand or available, in the amount of $829.500. and levy taxes sufficient to pay the interest on and the principal of such [] YES [] NO NOTICE TO VOTERS: To vote in favor of the proposition submitted in the sqtmre before the word YES, To vote against it. place a similar mark in the square before the (H) The Secretary of The Beard of Education of the Cbunty directed to procure and furnish to the election commissionat- at each practicable, the ballots, poll books, tally sheets and other t the election as provided by the Code of West Virginia, Chapter 13, / duties imposed by law upon Clerks of the Circuit Courts in relation practicable: and. in accordance with Section 13, Article I of the Coun d Gtimer shall canvass the 1976, that being the fifth day, Sunday excepted, after such {I) Notice of the school bond election hereby ordered shall be 8ivan. Imbllcation of this Order within the fourteen consecutive days next with en interval of at least six full days between thu first and second successive weeks in The Glenville Democrat and The Glanville politics published and of general circulation in Gilmer County School District, be Thursday, December 2, and Thursday. December 0. for The Glenville December 3. and Friday. December tO, f-or The Glenvilh Pathfinder. Secretary o/1 NOTICE TO | TO the estate of All of Guy notified to exhibit same legally verified to the tr Re]tyson Street, before |une otherwise, the, benefits of said esta Al] beeeficia ries on or haters oherwise Given November 1976. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the estate of |ean P, Hink]e, deceased: Allpersons having claims against the estate of Jean P. Hinkle. deceased, whether due or not. are notified to exhibit same with the voucher thereof legally verified tO the undersigned, at my office. Room 203. Federal Building, Glenville. West Virginia. on or before Iune 9, 1977, at 4:00 o'clock p.m.. otherwise, they may by law be excluded frum all benefits of said estate All beneficiaries af said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests. Given under my hatd, this the 2nd day of December, 1976. R. Terry Butcher Commissioner nf Accounts Gilmer County, West Virginia 12-92'*