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6 - H/nton News Tues. June 13. 1995 Academic Round-Up Winners From SMS ABSOLUTE REAL ESTATE AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, JUNE 24- 11:00 AM Left Side - 8th Grade Team - "J Cubed" - J. J. Dumas. Right Side - 6th. Grade Team - "Two Richmond, Jeannie Bartmess, and Jennifer Brains and a Short Circuit"- Jarod Hartwell, Dan Richmond. Middle - 7th. Grade Team -&apos;The Mighty. Upton, & Amanda Speed. M's - D. F. Mock, Kristin Milburn, & Matthew An Academic Round-Up spon- sored by Drug Free Schools was held at Camp Lightfoot on May llth. for the top students at Summers Middle School. Eighteen teams from grades GREENVILLE, WV - MONROE COUNTY SELLING THE REAL ESTATE OF THE LATE H. R. MANN, CONSISTING OF 2 TRACTS OF LAND. FIRST TRACT #1- Sailing at 11:00 AM, 1 mile east of Greenville on the Laurel Creek Road: Approx. 132 acre tract mostly cleared and excellent ,I pasture land, with limestone and bluegrass, creek running through the property, water trough, several ponds, some need repair. Fenced all around, small barn, lots of hardtop road frontage. A very good location and neighborhood. Several house sites with beautiful views. TRACT #2-Selling at 12:30 PM, 2 112 miles east of Greenville on the Back Creek Road. The H. R. Mann homeplace: Consisting of approx. 59 1/2 acres of land, approx. 1/2 cleared and 1/2 woodland, well watered with creek running through property, also springs. Situate on this property is an older 4 room frame home, hot and cold spring water, no other plumbling, barn handy to hard road, 2 good storage sheds, and other buildings. Ideal for camp or weekend get-a-way on hardtop road, seldom does the buying public have this opportunity to buy valuable real estate at absolute auction with no reserves, so make financial arrangements now and be ready to buy on sale date. Terms are 6% earnest money on sale day, balance at time of closing approximately 60 days. Sale conducted for the H. R. Mann heirs, Carrie M. Ballerd & others. PAUL "Buddy" LIGHT, Auctioneer & Broker License #478 For info. prior to sale call auctioneer at LETTER TO THE EDITOR From Page 2 Worker's Compensation All these are easily verifiable. Yet these basic facts have been con- sciously i6mored because the power- ful rich who control WV want to ram these changes down our throats. Are there problems with workers com- pensation? Yes. But what about beginning with companies that owe $54.7 million in unpaid premiums and interest? Why should this Eco- nomic cutbacks be placed on the backs of injured workers? These employers have benefited to the tune ofhundreds ofmillions of dollars in the past should make no significant contribution to the defi- cit? West Virginians are fired of government leaders bending to the will of the rich and powerful. We will not forget our leaders, pay day for them will be 1996. Louie A. Cordova United Steelworkers of America Local President It Pays to Advertise, said Dan Moses, owner of Dan's Cafe in Hilldale. According to Dan, just three weeks of advertising in the Hinton News resulted in a 20% increase, about $1,000 a week, in NEW BUSINESS! Thank's for the endorsement. i ii ii i l iii Ii i ii i iIlll siX through eight had a team name and wore orange and black tee shirts with the name of their team on the back. These students competed in a quiz bowl made up of questions in Social Studies, Science, Language Arts, and Drug Curriculum. They were also given a written Math test. The winners in this part of the Round-Up were as follows: 6th. Grade: Denise Pruitt - "INvo Brains and a Short Circuit  Dan Upton, Amanda Speed & Jarod Hartwell. 7th. Grade: Mike Miller - Phe Mighty M's" - D. F. Mock, Krisfin Milburn, and Matthew Durnan. 8th. Grade: Debbie Clark - "J Cubed" - J. J. Richmond, Jeannie Bartmess, & Jennifer Richmond. There was also a Problem Solving section of the Round-Up in which the teams were to create an egg- catcher that would catch an egg dropped 7 feet without breaking at the lowest cost of materials. The winners in this part of the Round- Up were as follows: 6th. Grade: Karen Edwards - %Vizards of Wisdom" -Deya Ter- rafranca, Andy Vest, & Adrian Basham. 7th. Grade: Alice Humphreys - "Smart and Smarted* - Ashley Meador, Matthew Meador, & Chris McBride. 8th. Grade: Debbie Clark - "J Cubed" - J. J. Richmond, Jeannie Bartmese, and Jennifer RichmoncL In the afternoon there was an obstacle course,indoor games, and a program sponsored by Drug Free Schools called "Smart Moves'. Congratulations to all the win- ners and others who partidpated in the Round-Up for a job well done. Thanks to Teresa Johnson for coor- dinating the activitie and to the Summers County Board of Educa- tion and Drug Free Schools for making the let. Annual Summers Middle School Aademic Round-Up a suttee. CIRCLE OF LIGHT The Sun brings forth the dawn of a new day, in the Light of one's soul. Sesstar NOTICE ST00mT REO00'rSATmN Concord College Head Start. Your child may be eligible for the CC Head Start Program. This is an opportu- nity for eligible Summers County children to participate in an educa- tional program that also provides some medical, dental, nutritional and social service needs to the fam- ily and child. 466,H00 June McGraw, Broker MISTY RIVER - Sub. Div;-L-n. Lot 7skLE PENDING MISTY RIVER - Sub. Diyj n Lot %ALF-, p00ND00o msTYar00_-..0000ING Lo SALE UPLAND- Mobil,.ff'lflne, 1 acre land. O -- t NEW RIVER ROAD - 3 BR. frame, carport. In excellent condition. 4 miles from Hin- ton. River Access. $44,000. WILLOWWOOD..AD - lot lOO' x 140'. O WEST END - 2 lots, 40' x 110'. I Overlooking New River. Re- I duced. I GRIFFITHS CREEK- 87 acres. Creek runs thru 1/2 mile, barn, well 60% wooded, 40% cleared. $45,000. MADAMS CREEK - 54 acre farm. 10 acres cleared, pond, rest in timber. With older 3 BR. house, I bath. $45,000. HINTON - Commercial bldg. completely renovated. Good location. 2 upstairs apt. rented. Medical clinic on first floor. Rental income could make payments. Price nego- tiable. i i i i i ,i i ii ill l i i PIPESTEM CREEK - 48 cr-vs hunt i n g la n d --j. NEW RIVER ROAD - 12 acre tract overlooking New River with river acce ood invest- ment. Can O!uidl- off by the acre. REDUCED. NEW RIVER - almost 1 acre lots. 100' River frontage, Pri- vate Road, large trees, bor- dering River. Never floods. COMMERCIAL BUILDING - Ballengee S t,9 sq. ft. ex- cellent loc.on ". Center-base and home-base op- tions are available. Children with special needs and/or disabilities are encouraged to apply. Limited spaces are available. Contact: Head Start, 254 Main St., Hinton or 466-6016! i ii I I Ull , PUBLIC NOTICE EXCESS WANTED REAL ESTATE LIffrING8 We have Buyers. WE ALSO BUY REAL BSTATE June McGraw - Broker 466-1100 After Hours - 466-176 i ..... ii illl SINGER SEWING MACHINES AND SERGERS The V.B.R. Education Delartment placed orders In anticipation of large school sales. Due to budget cut= these =ales were unclaimed. These mechlnu must be sold. The new Singer Sewing Machines sew all fabrics, Levrs,cancas upholstery, nylon, stretch, vinyl, silk, EVEN ON LEATHER. Machines are designed to zlg zag, overcast, buttonhole, and much mere. With I0 year NATION WIDE WARRANTY. Now $148, regular $329. Also limited quanlty of various brand name Iergers. Credit Cards. C.O.D. We ship U.P.S. Call 1-800-658-4376. Ext. 91 ,, I I i I JONES REALTY 466-4246 i n I #466 33 ACRES, Private, good hunting. Well, Creek. $23,500. #445 JUMPING BRANCH, 14'X70' 2BR., 2 Bath n; )homs on 1-1/ 2 acre wo,oQrot, stg. bldg., prlvsta. $26,500. #482 - 233 Main SL 2 story home aluminum siding, garage. Walk to "ores. $35,000. #477 Brick Row: B09 Temple Street $2t,OOO #488 121 Main St: 2 Story home plus garage apL.. $35,00 #473.510 Temple SL duplex plus garage apL Good Income property $39,6OO #430 STREETEWMr VIEW ROAD beautiful home on nice lot with nice view, full basm't finished, could be 4-5 hr., must see to apprsolate.., emall barn, $65,000. #446 NIMn'Z, 2 BR ..irJadd on r,-[ ., pElU -u',-";age, prlvil,,uO0. #481- 1 acre .l.l.'1Gtr & $7,0OO #439 JUMPING BRANCH, large 2 story home on 27 acres, 3br., 3 baths, great view.location some cleared/some wooded, small pond, REDUCED to $125,000. #463 - 4 lots & 2 mobile homes. West End of Hlnton... $1t,000 #433 BARGER SPRINGS, 32 acres woodland w/timber, Ig. creek, paved road frontage, near river nice land... $35,000. #474 187 1/2 acres $69,500 #475 LERONA 3 BR, 2 bath, 1.2 acre level lot, garage.. $72,500 #442 OWNER RELOCATING DUE TO HEALTH REASONS - MUST SELL. 20 sore farm, Pipestem area. 3 BR Home, garden, orchard, good for horses or cattle. Asking $65,000 will sell all or divide Please call for more information on these and other listings! Eugene Jones Diannla Perdue Linda Turner Broker Sales Assoc. Sales Assoc. 466,4246 466-3046 466-5688 i i i ill i i i " < - I II I II III l II II Rt. 1 Box 86 " Ballard, W.Va. 24918 MARIE AREA- 2 miles east of ;Hill on Rt. 12.A2 story, or 4 br. stone home with large livingroom, diningroom, kitchen, 1 1/2 baths, front porch. Built in back prch. New shingle roof, np,lOpet, all new windo.ep|ace. Taylor ovJwood stove with ater baseboard heat..& double car cinder block garage and other out bldgs. Located on hardtop road. Nice level lots. Will sell with option of 2 or 4 acres. Good Location. FOREST HHJJGREENVILLE ROAD- Rt. 122 on the Monroe/ Summers County line. A nice 2 BIL home with bath, kitchen, living'room with fireplace. New carpet throughout, full basement, electric baseboard heat. Also a wood stove in the I basement. 1 car garage with automatic opener. Storm windows and doors. Paved driveway. Shade trees and shrubbery. Situated on 1 1/2 plus acres of land. Very neat home and location. All selling for only $49,000. BOZOO AREA SUMMERS COUNTY - near the Monroe line. The former J. IL Keatley CleafLead Farm consisting of 230 acres of land with a 2 story, 4 BR., brick home. Plus two other liveable homes, both with new roofs. 3 barns, many outbuildings with concrete floors, running water to some buildings. A beautiful 3 acre lake plus 2 large ponds, all stocked with bait minnows. Several other smaller ponds, 3 developed springs, 4 water troughs. 1 mile off hard road, frontage 800' paved driveway. Joining the Bluestone hunt- ing area, 90% of this land cleared and mostly level plus many other improvements. This is a super outstanding farm that you must see to appreciate the quality and beauty. A once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a dream home and farm. Call today. FOREST HiLL/RED SULPHUR AREA - 1983 2 Bit. 14 x 60 Fleetwood trailer. Situ- ated on 11 1/2 acres, mostly woodlands. The property borders on State Rt. 12 yet the trailer is secluded. New well pump, water filter system pulification. Also 16 x 20 and a 12 x 12 utility bldg. All for only . REDUCED TO RED SULPHUR AREA - Rt. 12 - 3 BIL brick home, livingroom with fireplace, den with fire- placc, kitchen with nnge and dish washer.P'.oom, bath, full b.-., oil fur- nace, b ' . oh. Situated on largt  .fning Indian Creek. 12 x 13 new utility bldg. Fruit, chestnut and walnut trees, lots of nice shrubbery. Only  REDUCED TO FOREST HILL AREA- a beau- tiful 3 BR. brick home, with large livingroom, combina- tion kitchen and dining room with lots of nice built-in cabi- nets. 2 full baths, a den with fireplace and stove. Large laundryroom with built-in stove. Attacb.. dairy, front porch, e].O'. base board heat. Situd on approx. 3 1/ 2 acres of land with beautiful lawn, a circled paved drive- way, carport, new fence, pond, good garden spot. A 3 door cinder block garage or shop. Plus other out bldgs., a super nice location on Rt. 12. Lots of modern conveniences, close by. Call Now. For Listings Or Auction Sales Call 466-3210 Anytime Paul "Buddy" Light Broker & Auctioneer Licensed No. 478 REUNION The National LSM Association will holdits seventh annual national reunion in Cincinnati, Oh., Aug. 23- 27, for all persons whohad served on any LSM/LSMR type amphibious landing sMp. For further information, contacl Richard Schatz, 66 Summer St., Greenfield, MA 01301, (413) 774- 2397, before June 25th.