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6 - Hinton News Tues. Sept. 22, 1992 LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hdm,by Stv that the following dortb tracts  lot4 of land m" undivided intorts therein the County of Summers which are delinquent for the nonpoymont of tax,., for the  1991, will he offsd for sais by the undm/aned nhorlfft public auction t the front do oftbe ourthomm of the otm,betwe,m the houri of ton in the morning and four in the stir&apos;man, on the Srd day of Novmb', 1992. Each unredeemed tnwt or lot. mr  unadorned lrt thereof or undtvtdod lntaNmmt tbemtn, will be old t public uctl to the hlt bidder for sash in mount whkh shall not be I that the tamm, iutora,t and berg which dudl be due tiummn to the date f ,ale, as oct forth in tl follnC tabl r= gLL 06TNgr 6rld Gm0oty & Tlrl 2 N: n4w Made 41.16 H Ron D & Na/ 03 Cr Sadp ,,90 Homm Flarl& Mary D L.t I $ i Gbr I' 13J1 m ms 6 Joyoe 7 k: lmm te (Ca) 1620 W0m, Lay Sec H L115 Chemise qp 19.19 L, Suam TJ i I/5 #z U4. BradWm Rm m. Loo, SNph TJ & Nly @  idlhaw Run $1.30 Mc(L Rul WI M. A Ut Vf Ck 55 Perdue, Ulym & Emlb M.M, k Maw Rw ls S.70 Wkw, Sm 6 Doml Lm H. Cdm dp  13.75 :IENBRIER RURAL DISTRICT Adl Dadd W & 6adam S $ ,l 1)l Pd4 m M 145.34 Adld Ddd W & Dadm'a S 1.11A m hi Ably4 0utts 11.33 Bmdnl), I:JwJ LI C-I  1.80 A T Ct (Cont F R RIz) 21.47 EI J R J PO LiJ 11.12 Ot .13 k: Kow Cove 15,00 Kog, X E & Jo Cmd I UWm Oong 131. rants.iota S Na/Fz 2 Ac New  g IL02 Le Muff Ammy 3. Ac O nw (Ped) 1127  Thorns C 11Ac 0 I New nlvw HS (Sur In.19 S'adm. Rtehd O Lt 10 Qb Rw 06.85 $0ke. ,5.k & Bmn Aod 1LI (3 Pared,) (]1 R 1636 T d,t, lna 2 Ac 125 Pol New  Hil (Sufl) 9.67  Cmmy R & EJ 2.76  or Ps(cel 12 A 8dO COk 19.M GREEN SULPHUR ISTRCT Adld. Ur 2 A, LIW Cuk MJ Adlns. Mmsal & Tm I TnL ID275xl6l SO New  HI(HTr) 76.75 83,. Jcme 6 Ankm MAc 10 Ita Ramp Road 6e36 86'y. D N & D M 7.81 kc s Ccuk 34.00 g,iQ, Cm 6.s Ac Mn N gtm gg 13. IQQ, Ca mS At40  Nw  lh  11.13 vod Rayr, n 6 Na 1 Ac ,is Om t Cmk Mm i.  pew, cad s, 76 Pc S,,d tan 13.m ( Iw  Cw01 aaAc Lau C(w* L.04 Cd F Cml SAc tP n G,51 C. P,/C & M 2 I Ac Laird Oek (H1) M.i8 John Hurt (Ann C Tm) 4 Ac Uvxd Ced 37.91 tmmudc  Lou t Jdm Hul (Ann C Tml) 8 Ac Llud Nk 16.35 mmve Sena Lod & ,kn tt (kin C Tr 8 Ac Laurel CONk 16t5 Orm,,lemd 31 A t Pd UNe MNdom 46.0 OMnn, 13omie I Tracl Hump Ida AplX 130 A 17.78 Ha J  Ch,i Eule lrZ  Eae  Ac Ka KI) 35 Hm, Bcly O  Hun18 Ddy I0 Ac I. Gmk 750 LAe Dull & Mank & Mm ,Is& EI 5`55 Ac tml Cuk 18.,; Idllan, Mack 14 Ac Bed lls ,40 M Cad Rk:had & tklwi Walb. Vm ." M.M  Lkk Cmk !04,73 Id C,vt Rk:hd & tichad Wayne "Lib, Vwa J' 80 A, Uck CAmk Walrus 170,72 Ovv, Cat D  Gepo & PaBon & Elnb 2 Ac New RIvw HEs 12.43 Imoxl, Noah ",.&d 33 Ac Nw Nw Hgl SU6 Hide, Rodd M 190 A }.lwSp M 'F" 75.16 Seam. Lmena C, md 6Wn & 0army 3.8 A, Mmdow Ceek $1.73 Wadslb. Sah64Jmenoe Tma ,anca 14 Ac   0.36 Wadm'th, Sah4iJJseme Tena Rrinca 9 Ac Lmmd Ci*eek 15.81 Walll, Janm A 33,4 15 Pok8 Hump MIn 3.06 Wldral Jlm A 1 Traot ,5 Ac Mad Cmk 13,75 r-md. O "J4am, Or Ii A Wm'1 Lar, o" .i Ztmm,m T,my Bm 1, 1 Durluey Idm   ISndSSS04 0.87 MPING BRAIH DISTRICT Adidm.  & oy 51 A Mad, m,Crk m.0 Eme Wayra If2Ac M m.,s C M G 3150 Benny, J D & E W 27/1 120 P Madams O 17.56 Bm. A 2 Ac Wtte OK Mm 13.75 Coly, Gary & Ndno L| 19 or ,49 Ac Coital M( FJmWs 220.00 Co Rt C & Ssa 0`47 Ac Jlmp "T & B( 61,49 d, Everett 6  t.k Or/y, WII Dd Rd 60, Farley. Jame C & Judy E 15 Ac ' WWte O kiln 161.50 Gaydd,/dma Iv L69 Ac VWdle Ok M 17.55 Hat. D E "Ub" & Etal 2 Ac 120 Po Jumptn9 B 2921 Harris, D E'LIb" & Etal 156 Poles Jump Brad 9.67 Hw,/, Dold A 6 Alma C  Ac Ca FM6e (H'I) 7590 Hdnd Dob J & Lt Mich PrO Lot & Lots 29-30-31 Madams Crook 61.64 ado, Dodd K 3  Lithe Bueette 173.67 LAy, Boby G & Miidr I P/O U 3 gowood Addn 49.62 Ly, yG6 uevd t Lm  r, 7 y, D(ald Ray & Davlna L 1  White O Mln'<Jff 13.61 U!ty, Joe L & Sm P,,It 3.75 Ac "S'P WPdZe  Mtn HT 23.9O Lily, John O & C,a'd Jeon 11 AC $nrla R;O, HT 6133 McHu, Rw Wm & Evy P/O Lot 28 Madam QNk 11.13 M Bdy Ray & tJ 1 lo Cooper SK) 264.79 Phlegm, Wand Mac 1 At Ac Slreew School Utile I.emne 18.91 Runblt Philip dew & Re Lt 5 o 6. 9 Ac "Surf Li Pond I-kdgtl 46,09 S, Roy J 6 Rhonda W .2'3 Ac Jumping B*'anch HT L27 vad, Chal Thomas 47 Pd   6036 Slakes. J W Lot 51 or 1. ACXi6e Aaes 277 Surlilyh. ,1 D & lw E 20 Po Tract 4 Jumirl 'nc 101.12 VNt.  O & Lind J 2/5 Ac Madams  557 Ws, Cha(les J & Aa 2, 7 Ac Uly Pol He,ha 14.16 V, bkln Charles Jolm Trac 6 u 5`G AtJfly P0nd I HT 29.79 ltanls, Ro L 6 Wanda 2 AC New River Hils ?063 Wood. Slepherl P & Vdde 1.9 Ac Rat T 206.10 PH>ESTEM OISTRcT Alien. Elear & Homer Bluenose Wat t Aaa 40 Bwtig. Rid'lard & Sandra 213 Ac f" Pipesb'n Wabs 316.90 Bdnldey, J{hn R & Joyce K Lot 2 Sec B stm Vale/Lke "1 i, Cam, Doroee/Jm Lo C Sun Vae/L ,79 3acks, O #, Ma 6 Ac Pi .7 i.Wm T & M P .49  Tk Farm E .51 Ac R Trk Fm D ThemOiv ..17 , Lam/5. Ac (New Hato) t31.57 Lyon, Ctels Rpemm WaWs I Ac 40  13.7 Lyon, CI IJ 2 Sec B  HT & Bait S'e 69.79 L)tt, Ckl LOt 3 Sec B Thompsm Division 91.13 Lyre. Ctels Lot 4 Jc 6 Tb0pn [)Maim 16.54 Mmn, Rlcky A & pso L 12,5 Ams Iil Hti 20.00 Pond, Jdn W & Datea 1,2 Ac  Knob 198.40 SOang, Jm R Tra 6 .os Rpemm 9.27 Sg, Jm R I .SAc P0  107.79 I ws KOA Bklg Ira1.81 Tetw,a y & Pma I A  Wt 10.01 Tevm, acy & P,voda .5 A Rpee WaWs 12A3 Weiss, RoOW Lee& Paid to Ac ldia f 63.06 w Catrace 6 Hey  A 128 Po To4 Rm 43,40 WsL ldmce 6 Hedy 5 Ac 40 Poiu Toms Run 15,30 Wut, O L & stancs 99.5 A Toms Run t12. We O L & Con 1A 80 Pdu RI W 13.75 Wt D L & Consanne 'tf 15`037 Ac Tom Tm 29..13 WosL 0 L & Cmstmce b' t18 A 90 I TII Pdsl 46.03 Weld D L & Commt 1o' 14 A Toms  13JI1 Went, O L & Crl'ib" 5 A Toms Run 0,87 Wtet, D L & Cmmm. lel" I0 Ac Tms Im 16.54 k Dmld & Constlco 1 U)t  V  11.15 WL tndd L & CormUvewW I12 In Hedy if/tn 31Ac $1Pde  Kn0b 105.40 rnt L Aq 4 A Toms Ru 10.46 YdSltama, L Am 40 A Pl wm 3.t 2 TALOTT DISTRICT Att  Summm SA Tuned HI, (Nui Hems) 1,70.8,1  Ba Wllh F & Dam 74,37 AC GdlSl Croak 1,55 ' UIch & 0a .r  Tzyr  244.41 Ba, Wand LIJ 42-43 AJt Honms SO 5120 Biln0u,  Cdmn J44 A Low .M Bln0. Edi G Loll I0-11 Sec I Wut Aldwlm 35,12 BfoL Madin E 6 P 4.16 Ac Egle m'd HT J5 oy. 0  31 .  Po  as.07 6, 0 Ab/27 c Ob Riv uIZM .14 Bkley, 0 Aahby 24 Poles Tcolt 9JI7 BWMW, O Aahb/120 P Tzlcog tWO ddW, O Aallby 112 Ac 4t PaIN G Rw 1.2 Il  13.5 li14W, O Aih 2 Ac 25` Pe Pence S(xi ''J0 Bmtdy, 0 Ady 3.n A (r Nvw $,Udn 0 Ad/60 Pe GIx River I07.21 tii, 0  t Lot 4162 (m'  15,75 , Ok I Lot 2003 Nve'stde Z5 Bdde/, O Aabby 3 Ac & LOt Gbr Fdv 351.10 c  M & mtW/O/ N P0k Bg BI Z9.77 Cantey, Rob & JmM 1 k GIs Rir Mak & kmw 5.1o.90 Can. S)4vamw & Id&to Lol 1Thn l I $ 40.54 ca. w 6 Mn Lots IOeW a0Dk4 40 c. Symew G le k: Ealfe br 4 Cm', SlM O & Made Lot810 IhN 14 Bk I 67,14  Le, om & Senga 1, A 01 RIv Hils .IT 133_N Om4L J W & W J I, kxioim & A P Ponce 60 A i1! 24.48 DeedL Lalma Mac 2. Av Gk Wv i174 Cik Rip Ode L N x aS0 Tdo 1L74 Reu Lo S-6 PO 7 1 16721 Fo, N6SJt t0AGIk il./S Glt. Pldt & Mm4a 1 Lot 1?1M (h- If 38.97 Oral, ht H J L Jim 1. A Oltllil {k 41.64 (Mly, llam J L t$ Apm Hams An 2723 (P, tg Ika.b 6mv:h 40 G,nW, Cdu Vance J & Tonya Nd .$1Ac Or Iver NT 64-92 H.r G6  Blzalh t t. t.od 13,'q Heddd Joe W Eat & Etais 10 k: Gbr RIv 15.00 Ja  & tlkda I Lot Tdon(t 24. Jadll, Wm R & Anna M 1Ac M Ilal Hunpm eek 12.4.1 Joh Dim 0 P Talootl 21.16 JO Oiarm I LOt 40 Pdu TkxS 9.  0t,mne I LOt pdT 12.4.1 La, R C 4251/ 149,46 LB, R C 4.261AC GIx RI L7 LI I, 6 L  1 Loldu| 47.41 Uly, btl G & Mlat LOt 2Mlm $/0 .16  Made, S=xt an  LIn 5 Ac Obr Iw Ot Ikmdm Chl O & p LOt 37 Akl I. 17.06 MKlew Chadel D & Paid Lot  A#pt Home 17. Ml Wm Wdms & SlMW 17 k: Tayk RId0e 2725 Mo n I SJO0 Sq Ft Obr Ir Hil t.SS Id0 VI A L75 z !6 GI River 12.4,1 i Tony t Dlvady LOt 10 Wiibms S/O 56.42 I Teny & evedy La( I1 WI9ams S/D 56.42 Ov Jimmy I Mly E 1r2 In, Wm K & *aub 1 Im LOt 19 nr .31Ac ade P,e (2 campers) 75`90 Pal, Pad 0 & Llu Ge 5 k: a anch 8T 43.48 Pa'd John M 38  S Pde  Creek 17.48 ple, J0hn L & Mli p po L 27 7r 100 TOI 147,18 igl, 0o M & Bwwdy Lo/4 BBO Oi Spdngs 3.0 Pd,,-q 01 I KUd Inc  Ps Nu" Porte S?rs 13.75 Ilm, d.Joei&(dmLot9Soct BgBendTurmd 105.35 Pdm, Clmnce Jr S Mmy t. 06 Fanmdde Gbr Spd 16. Pd. CImnce Jr & Mary L0t 85 Famb GIx Splnge i4Jl0 RW, GW i W j=n .76 Ac Howada Bamh 441 Rf,  A & VWuj.kmn Jr81 LOt & Slera TmMi HII 90 Ray, OW A & AbM Jn Jcmm L 7 IKlah 15.02 &duNiM DtNkltt/4 In t 1 C Hmg C 0,87 I, Rdl E FJal 9J AndM Du y114 klt  A 120 e EJk gnob MIn 172.42 Sht  6 mCm Coin(: I I.T#4Gl 64,47 S'rt C  SInS Ccr, mx Co k P me L & Slip 5 x 36 Tall t4a41 ,,ml. GBy W & Cmd LOt 112 F S2J0 Sknnnk Chatw O & on Lo 23 01 S,O G Sl:n 21.01 $mmor, C O & Szon Lo 21 6 22 Gr $ta 100 $/mmot Hold O & TamJa Lo 11  FmMIda 04.90 Sdt Cafd LoJu I LOt 300 Td0a ,%qtllL Cardyn Ldao 1 LOt 57 Pdm Talc 12.43 mlll, Na'y L LOt 302 Wo6 Creek C 138.14 ,idv,  385  G Ceek 1107 Smww, Ba/& Brenda 6 Oend &,kKqudi 61' LOt I 6 5  6eh CaP 21;.67 Sash/. Red,/Lm 32-23 Foumb Ad 17 N4mCL f-ruddy 1,0t 0 & 31F.omla A 17.5 y. FtetUy Lot 19 Rxnadn  13.G1 Tl, Janu E 6 Dm K .14 A T/o0t 9.61 Tepp/v Jmz F.ad & Owma1.96 Ac  bm'd 10620 Tt EC L E 9  80 Pde Gf River .15 Trout EC tJ EM 6 Ac 80 Pd. Gl  J7,K TAX 90 32.06 Tv Laa L {eera Lo M 080 Ol Spdnoj 42.14 Otledmck, Judth A Trout 1. AC Obr River 15.00 Wakw. Rayrod A2 A,  LOt 7 BI Wo0d Rdd 01risk 47.67 Wdd P & 01me I.S Ac Tkx P0lo HT 43.48 WMf  & Diana S LOt lW WoH 50..N VVmhIL I.ud & Olan S L 106 Wd Ok 50 1d, g O 7 A 133 pm Hmom e, tQ lnt 11.07 Wnit OBi J & Ma Jmlw Lot I Tdodl 6137 v Coca G .5.  (New Survey1 cmn 47.76 I, W Lew & PuidaAnn I LOt gbxO 61.71 HINTON CCPCATION Adk, C_e W & AO IA1110 Ihm 113 QuNanb'ry F 3234 Ayres, [:dwa*d 6 Bk E Lois 6-0 5k 70 Summa S 899J0 , Mc June Part 71 Fayle S 15`$8 tey, Mce June PII e0 & 70 Flm Slnml 174.57 8am'. Eugene & Mwoda 1Lo(J,kklt0  26.50 6ennott. 04o,06 R EOt 2 Lo 5-37 Wt F.nd 23.00 oyt m O I t. 1/2 Feed S0m  166.92 Damdl. Ka.m LFm Wea P/O U 3 GIk N Summera S 124.21 Duckland,  K I Lot Ptoat St 115,77 Guddlmd, Cotw E & En 8k 4 PO LOt 4 T4nq S 24+ Clak, John S & Td G PO Lot 15 670 IAckb H 6.9 Cx. Ody W, syoe & Comic Bk 7 On Hi 137.64 PK) LOt 51,00, 8q R Unlm St li411 Dek Ty Wae'Em" 1 L HllBt 70140 51.00 O,dmm, Jmy Sml 6ik J PAO t, 5 9nm's SI 08.12 Hlon t(4dwoda Inc Bk C PO Le 7.6 Cnrdal 457.4,1 It HI BkC PO Lo 7,4 $4h km & 8mm $ 101,78 ,Udun. Y4hm Ray 6 JsJn Bk Z P/O t 744) 1A 246,66 Jol Mrs, N( 4  PO LOt 11 19.11 Jo T RiH & (]4fm elk 4 LOt 10 20 Lint Hny & Lud 1 37 tz smm st .0 t.otrkp,, 6 Ju Px 1 LOt 30 x 00 Coreldldaiad 160.87 Lily, ob G & MMdmd 11 LOt Com Ssat t74,55 Lxm0. Frl & K Bk J P/O Ccm4 o 4ih Ave & SunwM S( 405.36 i.v0, pmdodck 6 Kai BIz G pK) LoS 5 3nd Ara 424.80 Lg, Fmbdck & Kalhtun 8k 6 PK) Lots 7-8 Ten S t41.73 L., O P/O LOti 1.3 m O Bekpt t221 t., Of P/P Lol 1-,10Ik 8 dtepo 225.00 Mac,maid Pk/wd I Pai  3 PK) Lot 4 TenSe St 2t6.84 MBL DddW H & Stei M lk 7 P/O Lot 6111h Avo 10.17 pMeW, [mm Mwk) Bk G LOt 7 Tmple e 62.,17 PW, GltmWud t t UPPe PO LM 6 Bk 7 111h Avo 13642 PWW, GltelWml & Mfl 8 H PX) Lo 5 :d Ave 42 Plural, y. Jdvde U J & Jadm Ok U Lot 1S  579.52 Pbodoy, Jchb M J & Ja Bk U Lo417 Bdapdnt 4&GO s CCBkt mHil 15` aids. J W J BkH R Lm 1-2 & 8elp 104o Ro U2 Ss 4.46 SN4my, Hu0h l Adlt Uit F PO Lo S.6 d Ave 62.65 Stn/, H & du 1L01Bk E d Aw 100x47 lf 116.75 T,IoL P, ona & Paltda 1 L 6d Slle .154 Ac 197. Wad, 0c, oe EM Bk J L 2 Sunmws St 141. Wgw,  & Mant  1   4 0dlepo 213.81 vmum, eiay  vk, CmloM UIS 1 Lot I/n ltNd 195.61 IoSMp blwNn Us 27 & M 9.97 Wooda, COd 0 Dk C 1. 7 Teqde S( 167.35 Ykxlo, ikkd)vm Amwo 21 x  laJ 8t 16.26 twm C 11.5 AC New  Nms 121. I, Jmy W, 9ndl Shrtlf o tho Cxty  Smn,rL do eww emq md amntk and Ihal I have ebed non of I t&i twain. Shd Som'sCny  Tmum J,y W SaV HNSept 2&  HAY RIDE The Griffith CreekBaptist Church is planning an old fashioned hay ride after services on Sept. 271h. Everyone is to bring a bag lunch to eat on the picnic shelter then pre- pare to lead the hay wagons. A cookout for the evening meal will be served followed by singing, I prmsmg and preaching then ride hay wagons back to church. Begins at 10:00a.m. and everyone invited to come and eoy the day. Wk of September 20, 199= ARIES (3/21 - 4/19): Wlo onli orisas, don't be tJs irst to cost o stone. Plan ceunlor otlock ofor ousting opponent's first mov. Sh'ot- gy ond polience will win in long run. TAURUS (4120 - 5/20): Focus on 9Oltir some exercise and fresh air. You don't ned the alories but you do neocl the ivily, Look "ovwrd k o productive weak. GliNI ($121 - 6/20): Coffin 9 off tlions. Time Io climb out oF the .[oset and show your true octing obilltles. Rehoarse and try out. You'H get the port. Cancer involved. ItNaER (6121 - 7/22): Focus on kindne, generoy toword ass,tinNy, customers, client, A good off'itde wilt be contagious and trove] a ion 9 woy. Romance innsiiCies. LEO (7/23 - 8/22): CoO repormen or gel purls for broken household item. You'|lwoder howyou Jiv withol it. Plon specio{ dinner ond evening at home for malo. VlROO (8123 - 9/22): Don't be suspicious or ioclous when mo, orrlws lots r .mdezvous. Ac. p on opoky ond simple oxplono. ion. Don't Jel otion spoil plonL Volunteer 4-H Leaders Association Meets By Mary Grace Surbaugh The Summers County Volunteers 4-H Leaders Association met Sept. 8, at 6:30 P.M, in the Extension Office in Hinton. + President- DonnaWykie prdsd at the meeting. Officers were elected for the 1992-93 year that begins Oct. 1st. President-Brenda Cooper; V. President-Brenda Reich; Secretary- Susie Ward; Treasurer-Barbara Stone. Plans were made for the county 4- H Achievement Day to be held at Camp Summers Sept. 271h. Regis- tration to begin at 1:30 P.M., a cov- ered dish dinner at 2:00 P.M. pro- gram and awards to follow - to honor those completing projects for the past year. During Oct. clubs will be organiz- ing - reorganizing and taking new members. 4-H clubs would lje to have boys and girls between the ages of 9 yrs. and 21 yrs. of age to become members. Anyone interested in be- coming a 4-H club member call the Extension Office at 466-7113 to lo- cate the club nearest your home. Each member must complete at least one project by May 1, 1993 making them eligible to attend county 4-H camp June 13-18, 1993. Volunteer leaders are needed. If interested in being a volunteer call the Extension Agent Kathy Linkous at 466-7113. In 4-H clubyou meet new friends, learn to work and have fun together, do educational projects, learn lead. LEGAL NOTICE OTICE OF TRUSTEE SAT.R THE UNDERSIGNED, Ded L. Parma', Trustee under the Deed of Trust mscutod by Rapt Crawford and Sid/ka Craw ford, his wife, to David I. Parmer nd Donald F. Mk Jr., Trugoos, of I in the 8um- mer County Clerk's Oft< in Trust Dsad Book I 1 at pa 748. sporU, that deflralt bevinlbNn min the pay moat of the note i obUSatkm8 us suvad by the faroaid dead of trust and the tmderalimd truetsa hevingbsan roqby thebenefkry nd hderof the not,, rid oblllPtiona urnd by aid dud of tnmt so to do, I will offer foe oois st publ sueion unto the highoot bidder t tbe hnt  the kmmoreCouotY Courthouso in Hininn, 8umm County, Wsat Vir- gtnia, on the lath day of Otobw, 1592, t 10.0 .m., all ofthou tsin tamcto or pause olrinnc tolpeor with impv,m tlummnto hehmng, Mtuel in the City of Hinton mma'e Coon, Wont Virlhi, more psrUcu.rly drlb l [allwe oINNING t s po/nt  the ,mtherly side of Union Street t the point fintorweUon of tho lley and Uhicm  It the nohsastor ornor t theint M. M. Mfor, knmvn a theLimehleL th running in wutfly diztlon with the  lira of Union tmt. thirty-fl {315) feet to otoko, theo, running in wuthefly dirUon in liue Imrallel in Main Street cm the Io o the sam M. M. Meilor, sixtyight (GS) fsat tO ke, tlm with the line o4" tl said M. lu[. d, L% () ft t@ stk thonsa with the lim of the said )L M.  l tn wsotody diraction with the lin of the said SIy, sixty. eight (68)  to the point orBEOINNINO. BEOINNINO at ron pt in Om wtm liM " a I 5 foot flay S. 19-45 8.7 fg fkom the intorm:tin orhe southsido of Uhion Street with the minrly aid ofaid 15 root alley, said oorm,r is the sothrust rn" of the Alisn Boone pord; t with q#indini tLuwooo mid wootwy side of uly 3L,19-45 W. 68.57 fur to f post, the .-me being the northsast oo of May GSff; then tmvln| be alley and tun- ning with Goffnd th  N. ?0-iS W. $G.30 feet to an iron rod; thencs Go,Tared rtmnin thr the INItoY It. Honddck  N. 19-46 g. 4-b/ ft to t oouthnaot oomoe ors joint n, mid  Icatod E 70-15 E. S.?O rNd, tiros the muthwut ewrm" of the Allen Boo ptrad; tbe with Boom and forms S. 70-15 g. 26-30 feet, nd oontalnlNg 1803 equara foot, more or BEING tht same m'J rotate s=l' unto Rolrer Crawford md 8idika Crow fol, hie wifo, bY dond orRatqr LN OmwSx,4 and 8kill Cmwford. his wire, dated Nomnher St,h, 198"/eC rmrd in the Bulamen County Clerk's in Dd Book -- at Im - REFERENCE is hereby ma in Id dl and all prior do,do ofoonvane of aid mat oat,in for s morn particular  ptlun of add i,amY uNman,n, and s,thto of wy for all ire't/mat 1"IHS S41JC is made euleet to euch eNemento, flghin of wuy, raovetlcms  e4p'ewmento M m contained and oct forth in prior dsads d'onvaysnce pon'tad'd Ng to said ml nai 9AID 8PJ.,E SHALL nlC  ID TH POLLOW[Na CONDrrloNs I) Cach in lured o  fl'm. 2) Sublet to shy and all  rlhto and nmt- ratio, e, stlidstlm*, ma, Nmeto, di- tiom end oovenm,.to ntoinnd in 81] former . an of the nul't Ix'wty w pIadn  d in the afmald Cterk's .e sapt any rtsii in rm, olor or a'wL 3)  to all  toto tme qt and ny inxo,  matltute lien upon tbe amid pqurty but which L' not  du amd Wyabte, 4) Tlm subject ppm' will be  in AS 18 oondlti Ybe IYuet-- ,,dl he tmdw M du to sau say exigIng tenant w  uNd the subt property to vii mid proluurty. b3 I%e prm'qr wi. he vnynd by th" undor- rl 'IYuetoe to the Imrchu' without w'trunty g any kind, .ffi-. inpliL time u tbe und, welSmd Yruatu  "Ivi"b, whish ,ournment maybemndoby ledamatkm at tbe Use and plum  the ukJ e, any a,mmmmt thor OAVrD L. pARM--I 'lTlg HN Sept, 8, IS, 1 i| llll i i Nil +..jar,:, Run,wried Pay, hi, Etllmb_ Msffeo nnd 8,so,halos... an now on th# line for te for year ueoda tke n ImMwl Zhe pemo,   hom=pe. You wlll iil f eambrln am tn amau 81 t mi o Ilum tamtl In01viUm  and nnU u n nmm0 tar yu. You nvt  18 yeem " or ow m use mi8 . C 11am to 11pro lava dayl | Gall 18 OR.O6 per minute ership and participate in numerous, intersring county, area and state activities and develop the 4-H's: Head, Heart, Hands, and Health. "1'o Make The Beet Better." The next Volunteers 4-H Leaders meeting will be Nov. 10th. (Second Tues.) at 6:30 P.M. in the Extension Office - Hinton. All Leaders, associated Leaders, activity and project leaders, parents and other interested people feel free to attend. We need you. Hold Annual Family Reunion The descendants of Allen Harvey and Sarah Lowery Saunders held their Annual Family Reunion Sun., Sept. 6, 1992, at "Camp Hideaway  on the Greenbrier River. The only direct dacedent able to attend was Virginia Saunders who hosted the event. Everyone welcomed Harvey Saun- ders and fatally of Fla. who had not been able to attend for about 20 years. The invocation was given by Harvey Canterberry. Those who attended were: Har- vey and Dottie Saunders of Fla., Howard "Gene" Saunders of Portsmouth, Oh., J. D. and Donna Stonboch, Christi and Joy of Portsmouth, Oh., Kerr, Ann Johnson of Beckley, WV., Jim and Beck, B. Canterberry and Staci of Cary, N.C., Dan Mialf of Cary, N.C., Andrew and Linda Coleman, Jeff and Brian of Keswich, Va., Bob and Mary Walker, Dove and Wilma Foster, Florence Foster, all of Columbus, Oh., Walter and Ruth Smith of For- est Hill, Myrtle Simms, Faye Ram- y, Elouise and Dreama Foster, Terry and Nancy Karnegoy, all of Peterstown, WV., Kathy Robertson of Rich Creek, Va., Edgar Turner, Ramona, Lenar, Shannon and Bran- don Turner, all of Hinton, Marlin and Cynthia Turner of Jumping Branch, WV., Earl and Jane Turner, Tommy and Fay and Timmy Turner, all of Forest Hill. After a covered dish dinner an afternoon of fellowship and fun was enjoyed by all. Alpha Chi Honor Society Inducts New Members The W.Va. Beta Chapter of the Alpha Chi National Honor Society at Concord College has begun the fall semester with 22 new members inducted during the 1992 spring semester. Ks one of the most prestig- ious sodeties on campus, Alpha Chi accepts only those juniors and sen- iors in the top ten percent of their class. Inductees are as follows: Sherry L. Bailey, Linda Shaffer, and Donna White of Princeton, Susan J. Baine and Jennifer W. Huffman of Beaver, Liaa J. Barker of Clinton- ville, Car, ha M. Curtis and Peter Hoosier of Piney, lie, Melinda S. DCesar of Hiton, Pamela S. Ford of Shady Spring, Susan L. Green and Tanya Haynes of Beckley, Kim. berly Hatcher of Matheny, Phyllis Lusk ofKoppereton, Kimberly Mar- tin of Bluefield, Eliha T. Neace of Matewan, Gloria Nelson of Coal City, Cynthia A. Prince of Crab Orchard, Lara Simms of Law,burg, Joyce N. Snead of Fayetteville, Pamala J. Vance of Beckley, and Heather Winters of Winfield. The group elected Jennifer W. Huffman as president for the 1992- 93 term. Tanya Hayes was chosen vice president and Lisa Neace was elected secretary. I n m Ill [ l tJaNA (9/23 - 10122); ' Will I1 maJioinr during ok:,. h" !o all  and don't Idoy Eit0s. Kdp pos oncemro on he posl. leoq, (IO/S. 11/261t L die,once pSoct H could off cam,w, financial oppon. B won, d q:k  or side move. Rush de'teion my move you o rds. ARIUS (I !/22 - 12/21): Take n os you go and pay ,aunt, on to dil. ,,me Hun hould be off era, spa,sing, benel:iol  (all porfie invelved Ior occupy,co.  (12/ - s/191: Pu# on  dancing sbees and live il up o IWt. Ses .xcmn 9, do91 provok- ,n nion nd llve F d mamem" . i.! play, Scorpio p rob. (1/20 - le}: cm ability to discern right from w-. tf yov con 5ve wo it, don't buy W. Cc.'alo on I')uildin sovings for fro nssds, mos (2/19 " 3/O): Storeflu hidighls ckildron and char 1 Cenlmte on pie.sing ; on oo,. helpln 9 hand. make o do*mm. Your gensros waft not be 4ee-il0O June McGraw, Broker-CREA - By Pus 3 &20. Camp & trailer - 120' on River P]dl.b-"  story frame, 4 BIL Great View of River - - 4 BIL Brick, ga- 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 S BR. - 2 bath - Great location. Excel- lent condition. Richmond Bottom - 3 BR., 2 baths, modular home. River i aooeas. Talcott - Brick and frame rancher. 2 BtL, almost a acre overlooking Greenbrier River. - Furnished 3 B/L home, large lot on Greenbrier River - 2 BR., brick, deck overlooking creek near New River. Some furnishlngs in- cluded. PRICE REDUCED. flth.kY." Lovely 3 BJL, 2 bath full Basement - Garage. Excel- lent condition. Desirable lo- cation. on Greenbrier River. 100' river frontage. $200,o0o. Service Club Meets The Hinn Service Club opened their 1992-93 club year with a coy- ered dish dinner meeting at the home of Mrs. Michael Gore assisted by co- hostess Mrs. Richard Gunnoe. The hostesses greeted guests upon their arrival. A delicious buffet was en- joyed on the patio. Mrs. Gore gave the invocation. Following the dinner, out-going President Mrs. Richard Gunnoe expressed her thanks and apprecia- tion to the Service Club for their support in makingher term as presi- dent most enjoyable. Mrs. Gunca welcomed the newly elected Presi- dent Mrs. James Bowling. Mrs. Bowling thanked the club for select- ing her as their president for the 1992-93 year and presided over the remainder of the meeting. Mrs. David Parmerintroduced the clubs representative to Girls State, Miss Rosalie Miklos, who expressed her appreciation to the Service Club for having selected her. She gave an interesting report about her experi- ence. Regular items of business were discussed and the yearbooks were distributed and reviewed. Members were reminded that the next meet- ing will be at the home of Miss Jane Humphries, Thurs. Oct. 1st, at 6:30 p.m. Members present were: Mrs. Bobb); Basham, Miss Dorothy Jean Belay, Mrs. James Bowling, Mrs. Robert Glaser, Mrs. Michael Gore, Mrs. Richard Gunnoe, Miss Jane Humphries, Mrs. Tom Hutchinson, Miss Kelly Kemp, Mrs. Glenn Livesay, Mrs. Larry Mender, Mrs. W. G. Meador, Mrs. David Parser, Mrs. L. R. Parent, Jr., Mrs./L G. Timberlaks, Mrs. William Weber and guests Miss Rosalie Mikios, Mrs. C.E. Fife, and Mrs. W. A. Brown. I I I Rt. 1 Box 86 Ballard, W.Va. 24918 TALCOTAREA- on Rt. 3 and 12 - 80 + Acres of level to roll- ing Super land for develop- ment camps, plus much more. Overlooking Oresbrier River with public entrance near. This is a unique piece of property with lots of hard road frontage, yet very private in hack. & 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. ALDERSON AREA - approx. 1/ 2 acre land with 10' x 4o.'p.xiler  in need of re p =.,'-ZOt.  e lls, septic sy,  ./, v:e from the Grt..Vltiver on the l,j'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 $38,600. BELLEPOINT AREA - 2O7 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- daws, central air and heat. Detached garage. For Listings Or Auction Sales Call 466-3210 Anytime Paul "Buddy" Light Broker & Auctioneer Licensed No. 478 Gloria J. Meadows, Sales Asloc. 466-1926 After 4 P.M. II I Hinton BPW Meets The Hinton BPW met Aug. 27, 6:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Betty Bare for a covered dish dinner. Fol- lowing the dinner Mrs. Bare intro- duced the speaker for the evening. Ms. Peggy Ross, who disccussed the REACHH program. REACHH pro- vides support for victims and their families in a domestic violence situ- ation by providing transportation, temporary child care and any assis- tance necessary in reporting an inci- dent to the proper authorities. Following the program president Barbara Parmer called the business meeting to order. Regular items of business were discussed which in- ciuded plms for the District Meet- ing of the BPW to be held which included plans for the District Meet- ing of the BPW to be held Sept. 13th at the Pence Springs Hotel and National Business and Professional Women's Week, Oct. lath through the 241h. The following members were present: Millie Mender, Donna Mock, Betty Bare, Barbara Wykle, Hazel Davidon, Frances Davis, Mattie Jean Cooper, Donna Pavet, Eliza- beth Huffman, Jane Humphriee, Ruth Pivont, G]oria Meadows, Bar- bara Bowling, Barbara Parmer and guests Peggy Rossi and Joyce Rhodes. The next scheduled meet. ing will be a covered dish dinner at the Graham House, Sept. 24th, at 6:30 p.m. i NOTICE "HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION ACT" If you own your own home and you will be sixty five (65) years of age before July 1st. 1993 or ere 100 % disabled, you may be eligible for exemption on your real estate value ($20,000 Assessed Value). If you have not signed a Homestead Excemptl0n card in the Summers County Assessor's Offi00, please do so before September 30th. 1992. Those persons who have previously signed, need not apply. EVERY PERSON LIABLE TO TAXATION SHALL MAKE A REPORT IN WRITING TO THE ASSES- SOR. THIS REPORT MUST BE FILED NO LATER THAN THE FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, 1992. IF YOU N EED ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CONTACT THE ASSESSOR'S OFFICE AT 466-7101. Wm. D. Farley 14 . N