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8 - Hinton News Wed. Oct. 21, 1981 'Legal Notice Legal Notice October 19, 1981 NOTICE! NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Certificate of Need Pro- gram of the State Health Dep- artment will hold a public hearing on the application by Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital to expand the Division of Behavioral Sciences and Psychiatry program to include a day hospital program. The hearing will be held on Thursday, October 29. 1981 at 5:00 pro. in Beckley at the Courthouse, first floor court room. The hearing was requested by FMRS Mental Heallh Co- uncil, Inc. Any person has the right {o be represented by counsel and to present oral or written argu- ments and evidence relevant to the application, and any person affected by the application may conduct cross- examination of wi[ nesses. The application file will be available for inspection at the public hearing, and prior Io the hearing. Ihe file may be ex- am:ned al {he ('ertificale of Need Program, P&G Building, 2019 E. Washington Street, Ch- arleston  telephone 348 - 0534 ). t)cJ. 21. 28 Legal Notice NOTICE OF SUBCONTRACTORS LIEN Directed to: Administrative general Parteners Security Properties -80 2225 Fourth Ave. Seattle, Washington, 90121 Developers General Parteners LeRoy Eslinger 3457 Granger Road Akron, Ohio 44313 Contractor N.C. Monroe Construction Co. P.O. Box 20006 c - o Stanley Springer Job Superintendant Hinton, WV 25951 Notice is hereby given in acc- ordance with the laws of the State of West Virginia that the undersigned claims a lien to secure the payment of the sum Seven Thousand Four Hundred Nine and 82 - I00 Dollars t $7, 409.82) upon your interest in a parcel 1.6485 acres of land owned by Hinton House Assoc- iates a limited partnership under West Virginia law, Sum- mers County, West Virginia, being the same land conveyed to you by the C & O Rail- way by deed of March 10, 1980, of record in the Office of the County Clerk of Summers Co- unty, Wesl Virginia, in Deed Book 138 page 550, and ref- erence to said deed is made for a more full and particular 'description thereof, and upon the dwelling house erected th- ereon. The undersigned made and furnished steel inserts for precast panels for the walls of said building and having com- pleted and delivered within sixty it0) days of this date. Given under my hand 'on this t6 day of October, 1981. SHERMAN RICHMOND Rf. I - Box 302 Hinton, WV 25951 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA COUNTY OF SUMMERS, TO - WIT Sherman Richmond, being first duly sworn upon his oath, says that the statements cont- ained in the foregoing Notice of Lien are true, as he verily believes. Taken, subscribed and sworn to before me on this 16 day of October, 1981. My Commission expires: October 15, 1989. Joseph Auccremanne Notary Public Oct. 21,28 Legal Notice NOTICE! To the Creditors and Benefi. elaries of the Estate of Wal- To the Creditors and Benefi- ciaries of the Estate of Nell Stafford Brown. All persons having claims against the estate of the said Nell Stafford Brown deceased, Legal Notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT oF SUMMERS COUNTY, WESf VIRGINIA RAY MIZE Plaintl- ff v. DONALD E. MC ELWEE Defendant Civil Action No. 81 - C- 148. whether due or not, are not- The object of the above en- ifled to exhibit same, with the, titled action is voucher thereof, legally verif- That the defendant receive led, to the undersigned, at his office, in Hinton, West Virginia , on or before the 27th day of February, 1982; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said date to examine said claims or other- wise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 19th day of October, 1981. Frederick W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts for Summers County, W. Va. OCt. 21, 28, Nov. 4 Legal Notice Fiduciary Notice The accounts of the following fiduciary are before me for settlement: Mrs. Frank L. Boone, Execu- trix of the Estate of Nell St- afford Brown, deceased. Given under my hand on this the 19th day of October, 1901. F. W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts Summers County, W. Va. Oct. 21, 28, Nov. 4 judgement against the plaintiff in the amount of One Thousand One Hundred Seventy - One Dollars and 41 - 100( $1, 171. 41), incurred property damage to his vehicle on or about July 21, 1901. And it appearing by an aff- idavit filed in this action that Legai Notice NOTICE THE CITIZENS OF WEST VIRGINIA 'In accordance with Chapter 3, Article lI, Section 3, of the Official Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended, a Proclama- tion by the Governor dated July 15, 1981, and Enrolled Senate Joint Resolution No. 12, adopted April Ii, 1981, by the Leg- islature of West Virginia, I, A. James Manchin, Secretary of State of the State of Nest Virginia , hereby give notice that the following amendment to the Constitution of the State of West Virginia will be placed On the ballot at a special election to be held on November 3, 1981o Take further notice Chat in accordance with Chapter 2, Article 2, Section 1 of the Code, Tuesday, November 3, 1981, shall be observed as a legal holiday throughout the State of West Virginia. Take further notice that in accordance with Article XIV, Section 2, of the Consti- tution of Nest Virginia, no other question, issue, or matter shall be voted upon at such special election. Take further Legal Notice FIDUCIARY NOTICE The accounts of the following fiduciary are before me for settlement: Walter McBlane Sands, Jr., ' Executor of the Estate of Wal- ter McBlane Sands, Sr., dec- Mr. Donald E. McElwee is a notice that in accordance with Chapter 3, Article 5, non- resident of the state of West Virginia. It is ordered that he do serve 'upon David L. Parmer, plaintiff attorney, whose address is P. O. Box 39, Hinton, West Virginia 25951, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action on or before November, 1981, oth- erwise judgment by default will he taken against him at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can he obtained from the undersigned Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court October 5, 1981. Edith M. Meador Clerk of Court. Oct. 7, 14, 21 Named / Directors J. C. Wise, President of The First National Bank of Hinton announces that at the regular meeting of the Board of Direct- ors held on October 15, 1901, William G. Meador, local agent for Metropolitan Insurance Co- mpany, and Bob F. Richmond, Executive Vice President and eased. Cashier of The First National Given under my hand on this Bank, were elected as Direc- 14th day of October, 1901. torn to fill the two vacancies F.W. Sawyers created by the deaths of Dr. B. Commissioner of Accounts W. McNeer and N. C. Kesler. Summers County, W. Va. Oct. 21, 28, Nov. 4 Busy Week Legal Notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION Circuit COURT OF Summ- ers COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA William Ray Jack. son Plaintiff v. Anna Marie Labbruso Jackson Defendant  Civil Action No. 79 - C. 157. 1. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bends of matrimony.) To the Above Named Def. endant: Coach Georgia Kelley's Lady Lions start another busy week of competition this Friday at Glenville State with a tri - match against the Lady Pion- eers and Fairmont State. Sat- urday they return to Centenn. ial Hall here to host West Virginia Tech. The Lady Lions travel to Roanoke next Monday It appearing by affidavit filed . to take on Holllns and Roan- in this action that Anna Marie eke Colleges. Labbruso Jackson is a non- The Lady Lions came away resident of the State of West from the Emery & Henry Invit- Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Anna Marie Labbruso Jackson serve upon David L. Ziegler, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 110 James Street, Hinion, West Virginia 25951, an answer, including any related counter claim or def- ease you may have to the com- plaint filed in this action on or before November 5, 1981. If you fail to do so, thereafter jud- gement, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the under- signed Clerk at his office. Entered by tSe Clerk of said Court October 5, 1981. Edith M. Mender CLERK OF COURT Oct. 7, 14, 21 Legal Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Bone- ficiaries of the Estate of Flora C. Simmons, deceased. All persons having claims against the estate of said Flora ter McBlane Sands, Sr. C. Simmons, deceased, wheth- All persons having claims er due or not, are notified to against the estate of the said exhibit same with the Voucher Walter McBlane Sands, Sr. de- thereof, legally verified to the ceased, whether due or not, are undersigned, at my office in the notified to exhibit same, with City of Hinton, West Virginia, the voucher thereof, legally on or before April 1, 1902, at verified, to the undersigned, at his office, in Hinton, West Virginia, on or before the 23nd day of February, 1982; other- wise they may by law be excl- uded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or be- fore said date to examine said claims or otherwise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 14th day of October, 1981. Frederick W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts for Summers County, W. Va. OCt. 21, 28, Nov. 4 Section iO, of the Code, I am hereby causing to be published a sample official election ballot as a Class II-0 legal advertisement, as follows: i I I , SAMPLE BALLOT ON CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT AMENDMENT NO. 1 ROADS FOR JOBS AND PROGRESS AMENDMENT THE PURPOSE OF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT IS SUMMARIZED AS FOLLOWS: "TO EMPOWER THE LEGISLATURE TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUING AND SELL- ING OF STATE BONDS FOR COMPLETING A MODERN SYSTEM OF HIGHWAYS, ROADS AND BRIIMES THROUGH- OUT THE STATE WHICH ENCOURAGE ECONOMIC DE. VELOPMENT AND THE CREATION OF NEW JOBS FOR WEST VIRGINIANS. THESE BONDS SHALL NOT EXCEED IN THE AGGREGATE .SEVEN HUNDRED FIFTY MILLION DOIJ.,ABS WITH NO MORE THAN SEVENTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS TO BE ISSUED OR SOLD IN ANY FISCAL YEAR, AND SHALL BEUSED FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACCESS ROADS, UPGRADING BRIDGES THROUGHOUT THE STATE, FEDERAL MD MATCHING, APPALACHIkN COORS, UPGRADING STATE LOCAL SERVICE ROADS AND EXPRESSWAY, TRUNKLINE AND FEEDER ROADS, UP- GRADING STATE ROUTE 2 AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE' WEIBTON-STEUBENVILLE BRIDGE AND ROUTE 22 BY- PASS, CONSTRUCTION OF THE CHARLES TOWN BY-PASS, AND U.S. ROUTE 52 AND WEST VIRGINIA ROUTE 10 AND THEIR FEEDER ROADS (KNOWN AS THE "INTERMOUNTAIN llfllHWAY SYSTEM'). FOR AGAINST Meadow Bridge Area News By Alvle Martin Kitty Lynn Hughart, daugh- ter of Mr. and. Mrs. Elcho Hughart of Backus Road Mea- dow Bridge and Albert R. Mea- dows, son of Treys Meadows and Mary Williams of Beckley Mr. and Mrs. charles Bur- dette of Ripley have been visi- ting his mother, Mrs. Rose Burdette of Meadow Bridge and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fox of Meadow Bridge: Meadow Bridge Kiwanis new all- First Vice -President; Jerry Gwinn - Second Vice President; and Robert Surface - Secretary and Treasurer. 10:00 o' clock A.M., otherwise, they may by law, be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on s:dd day to ,protect their int. erests. Given under my hand this the 1st day of October, 1981. David L. Parmer Commissaioner of Accounts Summers County, West Vir- ginia October 7, 14, 21 ational last weekend having won Friday evening's compet- ition versus the host team and Carson- Newman. They beat Emery & Henry 15 - I0, 2 - 15, and 15 - 11 and downed Car- son - Newman 15 - 5 and 15 - 9 in pool competition. Saturday morning Emery & Henry achieved some measure of revenge by stopping the, Lady Lions 15 - 12 and 15 - 10. Radford University beat Emery & Henry later that day to cop the tournament cham- pionship. Meeting LaLeche League of Summers County will have its first meet- ing of the winter series on November 2, 1981. The meeting is at 7 P.M. at the home of Eileen Muhly in Lowell. The topic is the Advantag- es of Broastfeeding. All inter- ested women are welcome. For further infotlnation or directions call 466- 5240. were married October 2. The double ring ceremony was per- formed by the Rev. Raymond S. Kelly in the Pembroke Un- fed Methodist Church in Pem- broke, Virginia. officers are: Kermit Pom- eroy President ; Sonny Vand- Hospital Notes Summers County Hospital October 13, 1981 idge; Odessa Bowman, Patri- eta Richmond, Mark Gill, Irn: ogene Ewing, all of Hinton. Dismissed: Nannie Vandall, Harvey Vandall, John Burde- tie, all of Sandstone; Anna Sw- epston, Wayside; Hertha Sla- mb, Venice , Florida; Ethel Easter, Elva Graham, Loretta Carter, Sylvia Bennett, Marg- aret Bennett, Jimmy Ward, and Patrieia Harris, all of Hinton. Summers County Hospital October 16, 17, 18, 1981 Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING "The State of West Virginia request bids on: FILE RR- 32 REQ. NO. SPENDING UNIT I 7225 DNR File DK - 41 i i iii iii 09-2-140 DOH Admitted: Susan Jones, Admitted: Sandra Cox, Jumping Branch; Larry Gore, Randolph Gill, Zoe Taylor, Th- Taleott; Grog Eary, Alderson; omas Ball, Yetta Lilly, Seth Betty Lilly, Meadow Bridge; Bower, Lena Patton, Brady Jacob Bryant, Green Sulphur Willey, James Kinley, Patricia Springs; Terry Roberts, Pipe- Harris, Deborah Ward, John stem; David Berry, Lockbr- ' Grimmett, Risky Brown, Pear- lie Thompson, Basil Bash- am, Paul Foster, Betty Lilly, Lockie Romanello, Virginia Harvey, all of Hinton; James Lester, Greenville; Kathy Sh- afer, Eltom Beulah Hall, Ru- by Richmond, Catherine Friel, Harry Canterbury, all of Ald- erson; Lena Halstead, Danese; Florence Davis, Bailard; Mandy Johnson, Meadow Bri- dge; Violet Mullins, Jacquel- ins Combs, both of Jumping Branch; Peggy Kessler, Forest Hill; Glenda Evans, Matoaka; Gregory Bennett, Beckley. Dismissed: Franklin Rich- ards, Nimitz; Ora Gunnoe, Ballengee; Elbey Hedrick, Al- derson; Georgia Bowling, Cl- ara Burton, Pear ! Bragg, Glen Graham, James Sims, Mary Dickinson, Amy Buckland, Eva Cook, Margaret Martin, Jane BID OPENING Mills, Ronnie Ward, Seth Bow- COMMODITY DATE & TIME er, Ricky Brown, James Will- iams, Jimmie Fitzpatrick, 1 electronic typewriter 1'1-5-81 2:30 Contract to 11-5-81 11:00 furnish coal Mark Gill, Zona Graham, El- eanor Mann, Dawn Turner, Juanita Berry, Dorothy Miller, Erin Fitzpatrick, Deborah Ward, Nancy Hatcher, all of Hinton; Ronald Martin, Lock- bridge; Amy Farley, Pipestem ; Michael Keaton, Lerona; Ca- ' rolyn McCoy, Rainelle; Cheryl No bids will be considered unless submitted on forms pres- Taylor.. Kieffer. Rose Vasil. cribed by the Purchasing Division. Cleveland, Ohio; and Kimberly Specifications available upon. application, Lewis, Pence Springs. GLENN R. CUMMINGS, DIRECTOR Oct. t, 28 From Page 1 Area Obituaries BALLARD Julian Ralph Ballard, 71, died Friday in a Lowmoor, Va., hospital after a short illness. Born June 28, 1910, at Mc Donald, he was a son of the late Leonard H. and ate M. BaUard. Mr. Baliard was a retired clerk and a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Pearl Virginia Ballard; a son, David Bailard of Hinton; a daughter, Judith Ann Gore of Hinton; three brothers, Leona- rd H. Ballard Jr. of Spring- field, Va., Edwin M, Ballard of Bradenton, Fla., and Kyle S. Ballard of Alderson; three sis- ters, Mrs. E.G. Housby of Ald- erson, Muriel Johnson of Brad- enton, Fla., and Maxine Bust- ic of Boomer, and four grand- children. Services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Evans and Ev- ans Funeral Directors in Oc- eans with the Rev. Lance Yost officiating. Burial followed in the Restwood Memorial Gard- ens near Hinton. Honorary pallbearers were members of the Men's Bible Class of the First Baptist Ch- urch. KIRBY Ray Kirby. 86, of Maple Avenue, Alderson, died Thurs- day at 1:15 p.m. in a Beckley hospital after a long illness. Services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Lobban Funeral Home chapel in Alderson with the Rev. Charles C. Jack off- icialing. Burial followed in the Alderson Cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles Sh- ires, James Shires, Bobby Law- son, Harold Withrow, E.R. Ha- rris, Richard E. Parker, Ash- by Bennett and Leonard Ball- ard. SWEENEY Mrs. Lillie Maude Sweeney, 94, of 120 Miller St., Beckley, formerly of Ghent, died Thurs- day at 7:40 p.m. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kelso ( Thelma) .Lilly, of natural causes. Born July 3, 1887, at True, she was a daughter of the late David and Mary Farley Neely. Mrs. Sweeney was a memb- er of the Flat Top Primitive Baptist Church. Her husband, Graver Swee- ney, died in 1950 and a son, Robert (Bob) Sweeney, in 1970. Other survivors include a son, G. Lloyd Sweeney of Be ckley; five daughters, Mrs. Wesley (Clara) Canaday and Mrs. Jake (Myrtle) Wayne, both of Lester, Mrs. Norman ( Grace) Patton of Goshen, Ind., Mrs. J.B. (Ada) Richmondlof Princeton and Mary Kibbee of Saint Albans; a sister, Mrs. Jack t Mable) Mender of Hin- Mrs. Ballard had lived in Chawsville for three years, was a retired school teacher, hay: " ing taught in McDowell Coun- ty for 20 years, and was a member of the Welch Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. She was preceded in death by her husband, Reginald Ballard , and a son, Thomas Marshall Ballard. Survivors include two daugh- ters, Geraldine Kulman of Newport News, Va., and Pat- ricia McCoy of Blacksburg, Va.; a brother, Emmett Dunn of Peterstown; three sisters, Annie Morgan and Euna Dunn, both of Peterstown, and Nell Bennett of Bluefield, Va.; and three grandchildren and four great -grandcbildren. Services were held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Broyles Fu- neral Chapel in Peterstown with the Rev. Steve Barker officiating. Burial followed in the Ballard Church Cemetery. JOHNSON Mrs. May Holt Johnson, 90, died Saturday , at a Greenbr- ier County nursing home after a long illness. Born Nov. 7, 1890, in Hinton, she was a daughter of the late Rev. James W. and Alice Par- ker Holt. Mrs. Johnson was a former teacher in Hinton and Alderson, a member of theAlderson Pres- byterian Church for 70 yea: s, an active member of the Wo- men of the Church and ser- ved on. committees for the Greenbrier Presbytery. She was a Sunday school teacher, a charter member of the Alder- son Women's Club, a charter member of the Blue Sulphur Extension Homemakers Club and a member of the Alderson Mother's Club. Mrs. Johnson was preceeded in death by her husband, Ro- bert S. Johnson in 1978. Survivors include a son, James E. Johnson of Alder- son and two grandchildren. Services were held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Alderson Presbyterian Church with Dr. Robert L. Yoder and the Rev. John Scholer officiating. Bur- ial followed in the Gwinn Mem- orial Cemetery at Alderson. Pallbearers were elders and officers of the Presbyterian Church. Any contributions of symp- athy , memorial gifts can be made to Alderson Presbyter- ian Church or Cancer Society. McGRAW Dee Cornell McGraw, 63, was dead on arrival at a Hinton hospital after a long illness. Born Sept. 21, 1918, in Wy- oming County, he was a son of the late John D. and Minnie Cook McGraw. Mr. McGraw was a disabled construction worker and a Wor- ld War II veteran. Survivors include his wife, ton; 11 grandchildren; 23 gr- A family reunion dinner was eat grandchildren and 10 great - held at the home of Mr. and great - grandchildren.. Mrs. O.R. Forren in Meadow Services were held Sunday at Bridge. Those present were : 2 p.m. in the Melton Mortu- Twana Bennett, Ronnie Forren ary Funeral Home chapel in "Mary Katherine Canterbury , Richard and Peggy Day and Beckley with the Rev. Lester McGraw of Meadow Bridge; son Brian of Meadow Bridge;. Hall officiating. Burial followed five daughters, Linda G. Judy Jan Lynch, Martha Clark of m the Sweeney Family Cem- of Dover, Del., Brenda J. Benn- Roanoke, Va.; James Doris etery at Ghent. L ett and Virginia S. Surface, Conner and cbildren, Elane and Grandsons served as pall-' both of Meadow Bridge, De- bearers. Jennifer of Scarbro; Charles Ward and Mary I.ester of Sm- out; Bobby and Nancy Craft and children of Rupert. This was the first time in 15 years that everyone had been together. ana G: Mccoin of Danese and Mary M. Darer of Beckley; two sisters, Nana J. Kincaid and Deltha Hayes, both of Meadow Bridge; a brother, Alton J. McGraw of Meadow Bridge; 10 grandchildren and a great - grandchild. The body is at the Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Rainelle. , Cheering the Wildcats on to victory are these Meadow Br- BALLARD Mrs. Miriam Dunn Ballard, 84, of Blacksburg, Va., form- erly of Peterstown, died Tnes- day morning in a Chawsville, Va., nursing home after a long illness. Born in Peterstown, April 14, idge Junior High Cheerlead. 1897, she was a daughter of the era: Barbara Forren, Donna -late Marshall and Lelia Dunn. McDaniel, Debbie Foster, Sh- irley Fogie, and Lisa Patter- son. e., Meadow Bridge Wildcats handing Union 14 - 8. Wilde- ats will play at home Friday. They will host Midland Trail. For their homecoming they will be playing Ganiey Bridge on October 23. Celebrates Birthday Mrs. Ollie G0ff of Big Creek observed her eighty -.seventh birthday on September 25th. A. party was held in honor of this at her home on September 27th; hosted by Mrs. Hazel Lilly. Mrs. Debbie Reed baked the birthday cake which was ser- ved after the meal. Those attending were : St- eve Reed, Benny and Allce Reed and Kim, Melanie and Michael Reed; Ray and Inez Buckland, Dennis Williams; June Lilly; Cindy Lilly; Dale Cooper, Corey Yancey; Bill, Anita and Hilary Phillips; Wa- nds Lively; Joey Lively; Max- ins Richmond; Perry Rich- mond; Perry and Mae Gaff; Raymond Lilly and Bernard Forren. Action was hot during the Big Creek Game as No. 82 David Mann takes a pass away from Danny Abercromble. Mann was later chosen player of the week for the Big Creek Game. ( Photo by Roy Carter).