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6 -Hinton News Tues. pt. 8, 1992 i i i I i II I I i I ii HINTON HIGH SCHOOL LADY BOBCATS 1991 SECTIONAL & REGIONAL CHAMPIONS =AA" STATE FINAL FOUR - RECORD 21 - 4 1992 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 9 Meadow Bridge Away 7.00 Sept 15 Gre West Home 7.00 Sept. 18 & 19 Hinton Pizza Hut Classic Tournament Sept 18 ey,Sprlr .... Sept. 19 Buffalo Wayne or Greenbder East Sept 21 Study aping Sept 22 Beddey Sept 24 G Ea Sept 29 Shao Sng Oct 1 Peleown Oct. 6 Princeton Oct 8 Beckley Oct. 15 Gmenbder West. Oct 16 & 17 Buffalo Wayne Tournament Oct 20 Princetoe Oct 22 Peterstown Nov. 3 Greenbder East Nov. 7 oceana Nov. 9 Meadow Bridge Nov. 11 & 12 Saint Marys Tournament Sectionals Week Of Nov. 16- 19 Head Coach: Ron Williams Asst Coach: Wayne Ryan Asst. Coach: Doug Trail I1 Home" Home Home Home Away Away Away Away Away Away Home Home Home Home Home 6.'00 or 8.0 7.1)0 7:OO 7.00 7.0 8.00 1:30 7.00 7:00 1:30 8:O0 7.0"00 7.0"00 7:00 Principal: Garnette Crowder Athletic Dir.: John O'Neal Support Staff: Aaron Ward HINTON jR: HiGH'LADY BOCATS Sept. 14 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 & 19 Sept. 18 Princeton Sept. 19 Lenore or Talcott Sept. 22 Park Sept. 24 Gap Mills Sept. 28 Shady Spring Oct. 1 Peterstown Oct. 5 Greenbrier East Oct, 13 Mercer Oct. 14 Greenville Oct. 15 Gap Mills Oct. 19 Talcott Oct, 20 : Greenbrier EaSt, Oct. 21 Shady Spring Oct. 22 Peterstown OcL 26 Talo0tt Oct. 28 ' Park 1991 SUMMERS-MONROE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 1991 HINTON PIZZA HUT CLASSIC CHAMPIONS UNDEFEATED SEASON 20 - 0 1992 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Mercer Away 6.00 & 7:30 Greenville Home 5.0"00 Hinton Pizza Hut Classic Tournament Home 4.00 Home 2.00 or 4.00 Home 6.1)0 Away 1.00 Home 6.00 & 7:30 Away 5.00 & 6:30 Away 6.00 & 7:30 Home 6.1)0 & 7:30 Away 7.00 Home 1:30 Away 6.00 & 720 Home 6.00 & 7:30 Away 6.1)0 & 7:30 Home 5.00 & 6:30 Away 6:00 & 720 Away 6:00 SUMMERS- MONROE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT GREENVILLE JR. HIGH SCHOOL- OCT. 29, NOV. 2 & NOV. 5 Head Coach." Wayne Ry .... Prindpal: Gamette Crowder Asst. Coach: Doug Trail; : " At"Dirz John O'Noal Support Staff'. Steven.Brumit,  Ward, A. W, Rni Melissa Roll,son II ][ II II I!II[II I I| II I I II I I ]IIIIII " I ii I I I I HINTON & 8thGRADE LADY BOBCATS 1991 OCEANA INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 1991 HINTON INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS UNDEFEATED 7th GRADE 8-0 UNDEFEATED 8th GRADE 17-0 1992 BASKE'rBALL SCHEDULE Sept 10 Greenbrier East Home 7th. Sept. 14 Mercer Sept 17 Athens Sept. 19 Lenore Sept 21 Sleet Sept. 28 Shady Spring Sept 30 Summemville Nuttall Oct. 1 Peterstown OcL 5 Greenbder East OCL 6 Nuttafl OcL 7 Summersville Oct. 12 Athens Oct. 13 Smoot eeL 13 Mercer Oct. 19 Talco eeL20 Greenb East OCt. 21 Shady Spring Oct. 22 Peterstown Oct; 26 Talcolt eel 27 Greenbdef East 6.00 8th, 7:30 Away 7th. 6:00 Home 7th. 12:00 8th. 1:30 Home 8th. 12:00 Home 8th. 5:00 Home 8th. 6.00 Home 8th. 5:30 Home 7th. 7:00 Away 8th. 5:00 Away 8th. 6.00 Away 8th. 6:00 Away 8th. 7.'00 Away 7th. 1:00 8th. 2:30 Away 8th. 2;00 Home 7th. 6.90 Home 8th. 6.O0 Home 8th. 6.0 Away 8th 6:00 Home 7th 5:00 Away 8th. 6.00 Away 7th 6:00 8th 7:30 PJNTON INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT HINTON TALCOTT, MERCER, OCEANA NOV. 7 - l0and 230 Nov. 10- 6.00 and 7:30 Head Coach: Wayne Ryan Asst. Coach: Doug Trail Principal: Game Cro Athletic Dir.: John O'Neal Support Staff: Steven Brumlt, A. W.Ryan, Aaron Ward, and Metissa Rollyson 1 ILl I, River :Ridge Old Church on The Old Leg Church on River, Ridge at Pipeetem, Summers County, W.Va., will host it's annual homecoming 11:00 a.m. Sun. Sept. 13. This annual event marks the gathering of the decendants of River Ridge early settlers. Some of the early settlers were the Farleys, Cooks, Keatons, Lnes Petreys, Martins and other& This OldLo8 Church was a meet- ing place, church, school for those living on this five mile ridge lying between New River and Pipestem Creek. citizens of the area. Everyone isinvited tocome, bring a basket lunch and spend the day, meet old friends and loved ones at their old historical meeting house. The Circle of Love Singers and other special singers will be on the programin the afternoon. Charles J. Neely will deliver the morning rues- True gargoyles ere deorstive ago and is being preserved as &his- :rlpouts end gutter dreins. torieal landmark by the lputein Otltw itectursl grotesques Ruritan Club and othm; Concerned Ire properly called "chimeras." From page I Indictments A 17 count felony indictment wa issued against Henry A. Ruffand David Ruffon charges of breaking and entering and burglary. According to the indict- meat they broke into the homes of Benny Houchin David Fitzgerald, Van Bower, Ch'lel Fitzer, Stephen Muler, Charles McGraw, Sam White, Burley Morgan, and property owned by the School Board and the Council on Aging. The burgla- ries occurred between May and July, according to the indictment. The total value of the property listed in the indict- ment came to over $3,01L David Ruff entered s not guilty plea and Skag has heen appointed to the case. Henry Ruff, as of ps time, has not appeared before the court to enter a plea. Henry Ruff il also named in a sepa- rate indictment charging him with a November 1990 burglary of the homo of Harry Morris. Skaggs was appointed to this case. In addition a separate four count burglary indictment names Alva Graham, Jr., Bobby Graham and Kevin Ward. According to the indictment they assisted Henry Ruffwith the burglary of the Harry Morris home. All entered a not guilty plea. Alva Graham andKevin Ward will be represented by Skaggs. Hinton attorney Kelly Kemp will repre- sent Bobby Graham. An 11 count indictment names Jef- frey Allen Bennett with a number of burglaries in the county. According to the indictment Bennett entered the homes of Arthur and Andrea Adkins, James Corbett Lilly, Andrew Whittaker and Regina Gwinn Eckle, in early Feb- ruary, and removed several hundred dollars of property. Bennett entered a not guilty plea and Hanson attorney "Dick" Gunnoe was appointed his attor- ney. A trial on the charge is scheduled for OCt. 22. A 7 count burglary indictment names Belle Binford Williams, I and William Carlos Brown. According to the indict- ment, in June, Williams broke into the homes of James and Sharon Marceline, David and Kathryn Palmer, Robert and Rebecca Cook and James and Jo Ellen Kerr. The indictment names Brown with the Palmer burglary. According to the indictment, property valued at over $6,000 was removed. Both entered a not guilty plea. Williams is also named in a separate indictment charging him with cultivating marijuana. Williams is rep- resented by Gunnoe and Brown will be represented by Skaggs. A trial is sched- uled for Nov. 10. A two count indictment names Albert Patrick Lows charging him with rob- bery. According to the indictment he stole property valued at $945 from J. C. Cabs, H in Feb. 1991. Lowo entered a not guilty plea and will be represented by Skagsa. Mitchell T. Adkins is named in a one count indictment charging him with breaking into the Hanson High School on May 6, 1992. Adkins entered n not guilty plea and will be represented by Gunnoe. A two count indictment names Wil- liam L. Shrader, Tommy I Martin, Robert Ray Martin and James E. Martin with breaking and entering property owned by Richard Smith on Aug. 19 and removing items valued at $1,125. The Martins catered a not guilty pica; how- ever, as of press time, Shradcr had not appeared before the court. Skaggs and Gunnoe were appointed to the case. Jeffrey Scott Ward is charged with cultivating marijuana in a one count indictment. Ward cnteld a not guilty pica and is represented by Kemp. A three cou nt in diet mc nt names Cecil Buckland with a March 2nd sexual as- sault. Buckland entend a not guilty plea. Floyd Smith is named in a one count indictment charging him with robbing and stealing $150 from Milton Boone at knife point on May i. Smith entered a not guilty plea and is in jail pending $25,000 bond. A trial is scheduled for Oct. 22 and Kemp is his attorney. I.slie Ray Wciklo was indicted on charges ofdriving undcr the influence of alcohol for the third time. He entered a not guilty plea. A two count indictment names Ray Malcolm Richmond with failure to ap- pear in court to answer a May 5 felony indictment charging him with driving under the in fluencc ofalcohol. Richmond, as of press time, had not appeared before the court'to enter a pica. A two count indictment charged Ira Emmett R0mancllo with attacking Sh0r- iff Jerry Smith at the County Court- house on July 10 and attempting to impede the court by refusing to place himself in the custody of the Sheriff. Romanel]0 entered a not guilty plea and is represented by Skaggs. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF FILING OF ESTATE ACCOUNTS To the Craditm and Barmfidartm of the within ddmaeod permm I have before me the following deoeed persons and the account ef the fldneiartee of their e,toter De- eedenti Deney Adkiua, Fld ueiar'. Martlm Adkine, Rt. 1, Be= 32, Hinten, WV; Deendet: Alke Jervis, Pidud- ary: Alia Howie, 75 Rousavo]t Av, S. E., Char- Imams, WV; Decedent: Mam'y Bryant, Piducixry: Di- arm BWana, It.t, 1, Be= 28913, HanSel, WV; Decedent: Hottie PIw.k, lludatT:. Richard Lm'oy Pack, HC 71, Beg 7A, Aldenmn, WV; Decedent: Clyde Richmond, Piduiary: Erma Rkhmond, Rt. 1 Box 226B, Hinton. WV; Derkmk Wilmer Meddy, Fiduciary: Addle Mnddy, HC 7, Box 71, Nlmite, WV; Deoeden Ralph Matin, Fiduciary: Pauua Mann, (;Sen. l)eL, Poreet Hill WV; Decedent: Herhe Wyant, Rduiar. The Flat Top Nat/Call Bank, Princeton Oce; P. O. Box 5939 Princ,ou, WV; Demdent: I.na Keeton, Fiduci- sty: Rednoy Davis, 402 Cedar Ave.,Hintan, WV; Dece, dent: James It. Sears, Pidtwiary: Hiram Seers, Be= 932, Hinton, WV; Decedlnk Annie Ountor, Fiduciary:. Edith Stewart, HC 73, Bex 53, Alderson, WV. Any permn having a claim |qain*t the egato of any person airs notified te exhibit same, with legally verified voucher, to fiduciary, within 75 days, or not later than November 15,1992, or to supervisor within 120 days, at ddrms below, not later than December 30, 1992; otherwise any m" all such claims may be em:luded from all benefit= said ester& All beMfletarim of mid estate may appear before flduary or imparvtsm" by dates shown to examine claims and protest their intersat Given under my hand this 24th dy of August, 199 Bush Noble Fiduciary Supervisor, County Clerk's Office HN Sept. I, 8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF TRUSTEE SALE THE UNDERSIGNED, David L. Prmer, Trustee under the Deed of Trust exerutad by Roger Cmwford and Sidika Craw ford, his wife, to David L. Parmer and Donald P. Mock Jr., Trusteeo, of rscord in the Sum- ,r mra County Clerk's Office in "st Deed Book 116 t lmge 746, reports that default having been made in the payment of the notes and obligations s sseuced by the facesaid deed of trust ndthe undersigned trustee having been requested by the bene.ficlary and holder of th note nd obligations secured by said deed of trust so to de, I will offer for sale t public auction unto the hlghsat bidder t the front door of the Sum mera Coon ty Courhouss in Hinton, Summers County, Wet Vir- llinla, on the 13th day of October, 1992, at I0:00 .m, all of those certain tracts or parcels of land, together with improvements thereunto belonging, situate in the City of }lenten, Summer* County, West Virginia. more particularly described as follows; BEGINNING at point on the southerly tide of Union Street t the point ofinteraection of the lley and Union Street t the northeasterly corner of the IotofM. M. Meadar, known as the Lynch lot, thence runningin a westerly direction with the southerly line of Union Strut, thirty-five (35) feet to stake, thence running in a southerly direction in line parallel to Main Street across the lot of the said M. M. Mcdor, sixty-eight (68) feet to a stake, thence with the line of the said M, M. Mcodor, sixty-eight (68) feet to a stake thence with the line of the *aid M. M. Meader lot in a westerly direction with the line of the said alley, sixty- eight (68) feet to the point of BEGINNING. BEGINNING t fence post in the western line of s 15 foot alley S. 19-4568.57 feet from the intersection of the eouthside of Union Street with the westerly side of said 15 foot alley, said corner is the sou theast corner of the Allen Boone parcel; thence with a,nd binding thereon said westerly side of the lley S. 19-4.5 W. $8.$7 feet to fere put, the sam e being the northeast corner of My Goff; thence leaving the alley end run. ning with Goffend the fence N. 70-15 W. 26.30 feet to aniron rod; thence Goffand running th rough the I atsy R. Hendrick parcel N. 19-45 E. 68-57 feet to the southeast corner of joint garage, said garage corner Iated S. 70-15 E. 8.70 feet from the southwest corner of Uut Allen Boone parcel; thence with Boone end a fence 8. 70-15 E. 26.30 feat, end containing 1803 squera feet, more or ]eal. AND BEING the same real estate conveyed unto Relm" Craw ford and Sidika Crew ford, his wife, by deed of Rogm" Lee Ccewford and Sidika Crowferd, his wife, datnd Novenfl)er 5th, 1987 eCroord in the Summers County Clerk's in Deed Book  at pge --. REFERENCE is hereby made to s=id deeds end It pries" deedl of conveyance of said real carats fora more Imrticular description of said property,a ny eeeoments, aM rkhte of wax for all pertinent purpesce. TIll5 L la made subject to such easements, rlghla el' way, rmervationl and agreements as are contained and set forth in prior deeds of onveyence pertaining to said real estate. SAID SALE SIIALL BE SUBJECT TO TilE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS 1) Cash in hand on day of sale. 2) Subject to any and all mineral rights and reser- vations, stipulations, restrictions, easements, tendS- tlens and covenants contained in all former convey- ance Of the subject property or appearing of record in the aforesaid Clerk's off'tee except any pertaining to ra, COlor or cooed. 3) Subject to all real estate taxes against =aid property and any taxes, which constitute a lien upon the laid property but which are not yet due end payable. 4) The subject property will be told in AS IS conditiec The Trustee shall be under no duty to cause any existing tenant or penmn occupying the subject property to vacate laid property. 5) Th property will he conveyed by the under- signed Trustee to the purchaser without warranty or any kind, sapass implied. G) The afore,mid my be adjourned from tme to time as the undersigned Trustee deems advisable, which adjoun,,ment may be mode by orel prn]amation at the Urn and place of th sale m any adjournment thereof, DAVID L. PARMER. TRUSTEE HN Sept. 8, 15. 22 Curdled hollandaise sauce may be smoothed with some sour cream. - ,( ": Egg whites can be frozen for up to a year. s q* History is gossip that has grown old gracefully, --Sydney J. Harris I I I I I NOTIC "HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION ACT" If you own your own home and you will be sixty five (65) years of age before July 1St. 1993 or are 100 % disabled, you may be eligible for exemption on your real estate value ($20,000 Assessed Value). If you have not signed a Homestead Excemption card in the Summers County Assessor's Office, please do so before September 30th. 1992. Those persons who have previously signed, need not apply. EVERY PERSON LIAB LE TO TAXATION SHALL MAKE A REPORT IN WRmNG TO THE ASSES- SOR. THIS REPORT MUST BE FILED NO LATER THAN THE FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, 1992. IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CONTACT THE ASSESSOR'S OFFICE AT 466-7101. Wm. D. Farley I I 466-U00 June McGraw, Broker-CREA New River - By Pass 3 & 20 - Camp & trailer - 120' on River. - 2 story frame, 4 BR. Great View of River - 25,000. rage, good Location - $49,900. PRICE REDUCED. Greenbrier River Lots - AV. 1/ 2 Acre or more from 8,500 to 12,500. Private. New River - Lots for Sale - near 1-64. - Lovely 3 BR. - 2 bath - Great location. Excel- lent condition. West End - 3 BRframe, gar- den area. k]rul view of river. Richmond Bottom - 3 BR., 2 baths, modular home. River _ access. T alcott - Brick and frame I rancher. 2 BR., almost a acre I overlooking Greenbrier I River. I Talcott - Furnisled 3 BIL | home, large lot on Greenbrier | River. I Southside - 2 BR., brick, deck I overlooking creek near New  River. Some furnishings in- I cluded. PRICE REDUCED.  6th Ave. - Lovely 3 BR., 2 bath I full Basement - Garage. Excel- [ lent condition. Desirable 1o- II I cation. | -L[tg0 on Greenbrier I River. 100' river frontage. I $25,000. LEGAL NOTICE FIDUCIARY NOTICE l have before me the final accounting ofJer L. Foster us Committee for I[al]ie F'(,tcr, Incompetent, end annual accounting of F're noes Corker, Corn mitres for Eulenia Ilall, Incompetent Given under my hand this 21th day of August. 1992. Piducia ry Supervisor fIN SepL I, 8 LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Substitute Trustee's Sale Under Deed of Trust In cordanee with the terms of that certain Deed of Trust, dated the 14th day of August, 1990, by and between H/nton Hardwend=, In., a Wsot Virginia corporation, party of the first part, and Richard M. Gunnel and Paul E. Hek'Jr., Trustees, parties of the second part, which Deed of Trust is recKded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Summers County, West Virginia in Trust Deed Book 125,t page 241, default havingbean medein paym/t of the obligation described therein end demand having been made ulxm said Substitute Trustees to sell in accordance with the terms of said Deed of Trust, the undersigned Substitute Trustees, appointed as such by instrument of record in the a formaid Clerk's Office in Trust Deed Book 131, t pege 716, will, on the 10th dy of September, 1992. at 9:30 o'Iok .m., at the front deer of the Courthouse in Hinten, Bummers County, West Virginia, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, tim following described y lo- cated in The City of HanSom, Summers County, West Virgmm. FIRST TRACT: A certain lot, piece or parud of real estate situate in theCity of Hintan, Summers County, West Virginia rid being the northerly parts oLots Nos; 7.8 and 9 in Block Letter "(2  of the offiil map of the City of Hinten, having frontage of 60 feet on Fifth Avenue and extending back in an easterly direction 150 feet to Lot No. 10, of B|eck Letter "X', now owned by the Chesapeake and Ohie Railway Cempany, and upon which is now situate the warehouse building formerly owned by the New River Grocery Company. SECOND TRACT: Located on the elmer of Fifth Avenue and Sum- mars Street, fronting 160 feet on the lower property line of Sum inert Street, and extending beck between parallel line with Fifth Avenue, 80 feet to the property line of the New River Grory Corn peny, be/rig parts of Lots Nee. 7, 8 and 9 of Blork C', as designated on the map end plan of the City ofllintm, and being bounded on the north by the property of New River Grocery Company, on the eat by the property ofJ. A. Parker's estate and eft the asuth by Summers Street, and on the west by FiRh Avenua, There is EXCEPTED and RESERVED from the operation  this conveyance, that portion oaths above property nvey by New River Grocery Complny to Ade Mu Creek, by deed dated July 22, 1921, and of reoord in the aforesaid Clk's offlco in Deed Beak Ne. 46, pag 2, mere partieulariy deerihed as follows: BEGINNING at the intersection of the east line of FLAh Avenue with thenerthernline of SummersStroet; thence with mid nm'thm'n fine of Salem's Street 68 feet and 2 Indm thonm at right angiexin a nocthonst. em dicectto 37 i feet; thenm at right angles and paralld with mid flrat lira 68 feet; 2 inches to the east lino ofFff bvenua; than in a muthec'n d/motion 37 I/2 feet, asmrd/ng to surv made by J. B. Lavendur, a Civil Engineer. And being the rome plty conveyed unto Hin- tt llardwoude, Inc, a West Virginia corpuration, E the] Persinger, widow, et el, by deed dated Ju no 3, I. and of ramrd In tha Oce of the Clark  the County Cemmiseien of Summers County, Welt Vir. ginla, in Deed Bouk tG0, at page 579. 811d mht ofth/l lOlmrty will Im made labact toall rsaeUmm, emmptions, limitations nd rexL, qctiens contained in the are'amid Deed of Trust and in all prior deeds coaveyinl said ipm'ty, t them pertnizdng te tt, mind , d@e, tad subject toull rnol- propat%y tmma Ismt mid prepay. This male Is being am&, oubjast to that Dasd ef Trust datnd the 8th day Ju, 1S88, and recerded in the Ofe of the Clerk of tha mnty 4mmimlan ef Summers Cmmt in Trust Dad Be 118, at Im f6 and that Deed of Trust dated the 4th day of May. 1980, and oft' in the sfm,d Clurk's Office In Trust Deed Book 121, st pap 318. 8*id sale may be peetpmed by public announce- ment at Um above-sehadnied time and place of sale, e any peetpanement the TERMS OF 8AL: Cash in hand on day of Imle DATED: August 2"/, 1 ROBERT N. PILE, Suhet/tute Trust W. H. FILLS HI, Subetttute Truatee HN pt. 1, 8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE WANTED: USED HORIZONTAL MILLING MACHINE. PREFEB COMBINATION HOItJZONTAL AND VERICAL MACHINE WITH POWF, B TABL FEED AND COOLANT.  BE IN GOOD WORK. ING CONDmON wrrH CO.MLE swr OF BOR& Summers County Beard of Educotim, turner of Main and Cross St., Hlnton, WN. 1 (304) 466- 6007. HN 8epL 8 Rt. 1 Box 86 Ballard, W.Va. 24918 TALCOTT AREA- on Rt. 8 and 12 - 80 + Acres of level to roll- i| ing Super land for develop- [ meat, camps, plus much more. J Overlooking Oreenbrier River with public entrance near. This is a unique piece of property with lots of hard road frontage, yet very private in back. A quality built 52x60, 2 story barn with large walnut and oak boards. If you are looking for land to develop, the potential is here with public water, TV cable. You must see to appreciate.All 80+ acres selling for $149,000.00. MARIE . 3 BIL, restored home. Livingroom, kitchen, utility room, full bath, 1/2 basement, front perch, situ- ated on corner lot with lots of fruit trees, good garden spot, 2 utility buildings. In a very  location. Only .00. Reduced to GREENBRIER COUNTY DAWSON AREA NEAR 1-64 INTERCHANGE -97 acre farm 60% cleared with good pas- ture land, app. 40% woodland 3/4 acre pond stocked with fish with large watering trough. Lots of wild Hfe and game, app. 4 to fi acres well main- tained young orchard some 90 young fruit trees of many different rarities. 20 young nut trees 4 diffent species of grapes. Situa 'r'on this farm is a super tYtop of the line 28x64 3 LV', Norris Mobile Home in mint condition. With full length sun deck and front porch, full finished basement with attached garage. Also 24x24 detached garage and other out buildings. Home is furnished by clear developed spring water. Satellite dish, plus much more. This beautS- ful homeand farm is located app. 1/2 way between Bec]klay and LewisburgWV. andonly2 miles 6ff 1-64 interchang@ t Dawson. This could be the one you have been looking for. Call for appointment. All for only $130,000.00. ALDERSON AREA - approx. 1/ 2 acre land with 10' x 40' trailer in need of repair. With 2 wells, septic system. 1 mile from the Greenbrier River on the Muddy Creek Rd. All for only $6,000. HINTON AREA BROOKS MT. ROAD - approx. 102,59 acres. 20 acres mostly level land could be cleared. Remainder in woodland with lots of nice trees. 2 or more springs on property. Very secluded. All for only $38,500. BELLEPOINT AREA - 207 Chestnut Hill Circle. 3 BR., brick ranch home, livingroom, modern kitchen. 2 1/2 baths, full finished basement, car- peting and hardwood floors. New bristol triple pane win- dows, central air and heat. Detached garage. For Listings Or AtJction Sales Call 466-3210 Anytime Paul "Buddy" Light J Broker & Auctioneer | Licensed No. 478 | Gloda J. Meadows, Sales Auoc. | LEGAL NOTICE REAL ESTATE FOR ALAN STEVENS, MARK 8EVgNS, and PHILIP STEVENS, Patitionm's v PAUL WILSON, widamr of  Stevanl Wilson, and RUTH WILSON his present wife, STEPHEN WILSON and RIIONDA N, his wife, BRIAN WILSON all his unknowa wif*, if mar- fled, and DIANE WILSON, single, Rdmpondonte CIVIL ACTION NO: 92-P.27 Puremmt to an Order of the Ctuit Court of Smmaera County, West Virginia in the Ibov refer- enced Civil Action, the underMgned Spaeial Cemmla- sion will ell at t}m float deer of the Curthoum la Hinten, West Virginia on the 8th day of October, 1902 the following described real estate litua t Omen Sulphur District. Summers County, Wed Fa'gthia to. wit: that cortein polty that ormists of apprmd. merely 200 cry, more o lomb whkh real to is laled on a deed 4rod mld on Uul nm'theastady l|i4t @f Keeney Mountain and being the .,,me real estato, a five-sixth (6/6) undivided interest of whkhisowned by Alan Steven Mark Stevens and Philip Stevens and the other one-,dxth (I/6) interest of which ix owand by tha he/re  Barbara Wilson St*vn The py will be Io]d at public suet/on on the 8th day of October, at I0:00 a.m. to the higher bidder sash in hand on day of lass and subject to m fl rmati by the Circuit Court of Summerl County, West Vir- ginS-. : DAVID L. P 8PEC IAL COMMISSIONER HN Ang. 25, Sept. 1,8