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6A- H-inton News Wed. Nov. 25, 1981 Legal-Notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF SUMMERS COUNTY, WEST; VIRGINIA David W. Campbell, by his Committee, Geneva Cox Plaintiff vetm Alda Irene Campbell, Defmdant Civil Act- ion No. 81 - C - 180. 1. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bends of matrimony.) To the Above Named Def- endant: It appearing by affidavit fried in this action that Alda Irene Campbell is a non- resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Alda Ir. one Campbell serve upon Perry E. Mann, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 110 James Street, Hinton, WV 25951, an answer, including any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before December 25, 1981. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, LegafNotice NOTICE OF FILING ESTATE ACCOUNTS I have before me the Acc- ounts of the Executors or Ad- ministrators of the following deceased persons: Estate of Jesse Crawford Wood ; Freddie L. Brown, Executor. Estate of Betty Jane N. Adk- ins; James E. Adkins, Admfn. tstrator. Estate of Zina P. Mock; Ca- rol M. Persinger, Executrix. Estateof V. Marie Mock; Carol M. Persinger, Executrix. Estate of Gordon A. Lemmon; Juanita H. Lemmon, Execut- rix. Estate of Roy Franklin Ward ; Imogene Richmond and Meg- ene Bragg, Co - Administrices. Any person having a claim against the estate of any, such deceased person, or who has any beneficial interest therein, may appear before me or the County Commission at any may be taken against you for time within thirty days after the relief demanded in the hrst publication of this notice, complaint, and request reference of said A copy of said complaint can estate to a Commissioner of be obtained from the under- Accounts, or object to the con- signed Clerk at his office, firmation of said accounting. In Entered by the Clerk of said the absence of such request or Court November 17, 1981. objections, the accounting may, Edith M. Meador be approved by the County C0- CLERK OF COURT Nov. 25, Dec. 2, 9 LegafNotice FIDUCIARY NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the accounts of the following fiduciaries are now before me for settlement: H. B. Eagle, Committee for Donald L. Gill, Annual settle- ment. Vernis M. Wood, Executrix of the Estate of May Jean Wood, deceased. Given under my hand this the 20th day of November, 1981. J. C. Wise Commissioner of Accounts, Summers County, West Vir- ginia Nov. 25, Dec. 2 Legal-Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the Estate of Mary Jean Wood, deceased: All persons having claims against the estate of the said Mary Jean Wood, deceased, whether due or not, are not- ifled to exhibit same with the voucher thereof, legally verif- ied, to the undersigned, at my office in 206 Ballengee Street, Hinton, West Virginia, on or before the 13th day of April, 1982, otherwise, they may by law, be excluded from all bene- fits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said est- ate are notified they may appear on or before said date to examine claims or otherwise protect their interest. Given under my hand this the 20th day of November, 1981. J. C. Wise 'Commissioner of Accounts Summers County, West Vir- . ginia Nov. 20, Dec. 2 Iegaf N otice LEGAL NOTICE mmission. BARBARA N. CARR, Cierk Summers County Commission Nov. 25, Dec. 2 Legal Notice ..IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SUMMERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA GOLDEN G. BRINEGAR and MARGARET A. BRINEGAR, Petitioners vs. DECRETS GWINN CALES and EMMETT E. (KERMIT) CALES Respondents Civil Act- ion No. IN THE INTEREST OF EDNA ROSE CALES, AN INFANT UNDER THE AGE OF 18 YEARS NOTICE You will please take Notice that on December 8, 1981, at 3 p.m. the Petitioners in the annexed Petition, shah appear before the Circuit Court of said County, at the Courthouse in Hinton, West Virginia, to seek the relief prayed for in the Petition annexed hereto, to-wit the custody of Edna Rose Calea. You are advised to be present at said time and place in order to defend your inter- eats as you deem fit. Golden C. Brinegar, and Mar- gie A. Brinegar By Counsel Joseph Auceremanne P. O. Box 669, Hinton Nov. 25, Dec. 2 LegafNotice NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the Estate of Ray- mond Allen Meador, Sr., dec- eased: All persons having claims against the Estate of Raymond. Allen Meador, Sr., whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same with the voucher thereof, legally verified to the under- signed at my office in the City of Hinton, West Virginia, on or before May 10, 1982, at 10:00 a.m., otherwise, they may be law be excluded from all bene- The City of Hinton, WV is fits of said estate. All bene- soliciting proposals from qual- ficiaries of said estate are no- ifled appraisers in conjunction tified to be present on said day with the City's HUD - CDBG to protect their interests. Given under my hand this Program. All interested appra- isers are requested to submit to 10th day of November, 1981. the Hinton City Hall, Comm- David L. Parmer unity Development Office, the Commissioner of Accounts following information: 1) A signed statement setting forth qualifications and educat-, . ion. 2) A copy of State apprais- er's license. 3) Familiarity with federal land acquisition requirements. The deadline for submission is Wednesday, December 9, 1981 at 4:30 P.M. All propos- als received before or on this date will be reviewed. For more information , pl- ease call Mrs. Cola Burge at 466- 3255. Nov. 25p Legal-Notice LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE pURCHAmNG The State " West Virginia Purcluming Division will accept sealed bids until 2:00 PM 12 - 10- 81 on File HC - 42"for :' DNR on Reqn. No. 7021 for: 1 Turf Trucksters Chasis 15 HP or equal. No bid will be considered un- less submitted on forms pres- cribed by and available from the Purchasing. Division, Dep- artment of Finaice & Admin- istration, Room W - 130, Cap- itol Building, Charleston, West virginia. GLENN 'R. CUMMINGS, .DR Nov. s, Dec. S 104 James Street Hinton, W. Va. 25951 Nov. 18, 25, Dec. 2 Legal Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the estate of O. P. Garten, deceased: All persons having claims against the estate of the said O. P. Garten, 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 Hinton, West Virginia, on or before February 12, 1982, at 10:00 o' clock, A.M., other- wise, they may by law, be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said day to protect their interests. Given under my hand, this the 12th day of November, 1981. Harold B. Eagle Commissioner of Accounts, Summers County, West Vir- ginia Nov. 18, 25 LegafNotice FIDUCIARY NOTICE The accounts of J.ack Ely- son Lilly, Executor of the Est- ate of Leona Virginia Lilly, deceased, are before me for settlement. Given under my hand this 9th day of November, 1981. F. W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts Summers County, W. Va. Nov. 11, 18, 25 Legal-Notice NOTICE ! To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the Estate of Le- ona Virginia Lilly. All persons having claims against the estate of the said Leona Virginia Lilly deceased, whether due or not, are not- ified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof, legally verif- ied, to the undersigned, at his office, in Hinton, West Virg- inia, on or before the 19th day of March, 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 9th day of November, 1981. Frederick W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts for Summers County, W. Va. Nov. 11, 18, 25 Legal N otice NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the Estate of Erma R. Bailengee, deceased: All persons having claims against the estate of Erma R. Ballengee, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same with the voucher thereof, leg- ally verified to the undersig- ned, at my office in the City of Hinton, West Virginia, on or before May 4, 1982, at 10:00 a.m., otherwise, they may by law be excluded from all bene- fits of said estate . All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said day to protect their interests. Given under my hand this 4th day of November, 1981. Harold B. Eagle Commissioner of Accounts Summers County Courthouse Hinton, W. Va. 25951 Nov. 11, 18, 25 THANK YOU FOR CARING GIVE BLOOD  American Red Cross LegafNotice PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON CASE NO. 81-315-T-42'1' THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY OF WEST VIRGINIA, a corporation. In the matter of increased rates and charges. NOTICE OF FILING AND OPPORTUNITY TO INTERVENE On July 13, 1981, The Ch- esapeake and Potomac Tele- phone Company of West Vir- ginia filed revised tariff sheets with the Commission proposing increased rates and charges of approximately $75,846,741 or 27. 7 per cent for furnishing tele- phone service to approximat- ely 564,143 subscribers in the State of West Virginia, to be- come effective August 12, 1981. By order entered August 10, 1981, the use of the requested rates and charges was SusP- ended until 12:01 a.m., May 9, 1982 and the matters involved herein were set for hearing to be held beginning February 22, 1982, in the Commission's He- aring Room at the Capitol in the City of Charleston. Persons or corporations wi- shing to participate in this proceeding, for the purpose other than filing a protest to the requested rate increase, must file a written petition to int- ervene with the Executive Se- cretary of the Public Service Commission, State Capitol Bu- ilding, Charlestoh, West Virgin- ia 25305, on or before Decem- ber 16, 1981. Copies of the pet- ition to intervene should also be forwarded to The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Com- pany of West Virginia, 1500 Maccorkle Avenue, S. E., Ch- arleston, West Virginia 25314. Nov. 18, 25 Legal Notice NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE / The undersigned Trustee, by virtue of the authority vested in him by that certain deed of trust executed by David L. Huffman and Linda J. Huff- man, his wife, to the under- signed Trustee, dated January 18, 1980, of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Summers County, West Vir- ginia, in Trust Deed Book No. 96, page 137, and which said trust deed was given to secure payment of a certain note therein described, and the said parties having defaulted in pay- ment of said note, and the undersigned having been requ- ested so to do, NOW, THEREFORE, I, F. W. Sawyers, will proceed to sell at public auction to the high- est bidder at the front door of the Courthouse of Summers County, West Virginia, on Tues- day, December 1, 1981, at the hour of 11:00 A.M., of said day, the following described real estate situated in Talcott Dis- trict, Summers County, West Virginia: BEGINNING at a 15 inch white oak (marked), corner to Percy Giles; thence with said Giles N. 4 degrees 17' E. 419. 81 feet to a 1/ inch reinforcing rod and cap set in concrete near head of small hollow, corner to said Giles and Lowell Land Corporation; thence with the latter S. 81 degrees 53' E. 248. 36 feet to a x/ inch reinfor- cing rod and cap set in con- crete below a triple black oak being distant S. 70 degrees 44 ' W. 136.53 feet from a 38 inch white oak; thence through the survey S. 4 degrees 17' W. 339. 88 feet, passing a /2 inch rein- forcing rod set in concrete, to a point in the center of a 30 foot right of way being distant N. 77 degrees 59' W. 70.89 feet from a s inch reinforcing red set in concrete; thence with said cen- terline S. 63 degrees 14' W. 82.57 feet; N. 88 degrees 58' W. 35.58 feat: S. 86 degrees 55' W. 58.43 feet and S. 86 degrees 37' W. 84.35 feet to the point of BEGINNING. Said parcel of land contains 2.23 acres, however, there is reserved by the party of the first part that portion occupied by said 30 foot right of way - as shown on map filed with title deed as hereinafter set forth. There is also granted a right of way 30 feet in width th- rough the property of the party of the first part, which cent- erline of said right of way is more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a 15 inch white oak (marked), the BEGINNING corner of tract herein conveyed, and thence N. 86 degrees 37' E. 84.35 feet to the center of said right of way and proceeding thence N. 86 degrees 55' E. 58.43 feet; S. 88 degrees 58' E. 35.58 feet; N. 63 degrees 14' E. 82.57 feet; S. 80 degrees 43' E. 51.04 feet; S. 60 degrees 10' E. 107.45 feet; S. 65 degrees 29' E. 60.23 feet; S. 72 degrees O8' E. 60.50 feet; S. 55." degrees 46' E. 31.86 feet; S. 34 degrees 42' E. 161,98 feet; S. 46 degrees 26' E. 38.09 feet; S. 53 degrees 40' E. 24.00 feet; S. 34 degrees 46' E. 93.34 foot; S. 7 degrees 18' E. 63.93 feet; S. 31 degrees 17' E. 44.69 feet; S. 46 degrees 34' E. 43.56 feet; S. 48 degrees 44' E. 79.90 feat; S. 20 degrees 20 ' E. 84.05 feet; S. 5 degrees 54' W. 22.95 feat; S. 17 degrees 20' W. 219.61 feet and S. o degrees 16' W. 49.25 feet to an existing 20 foot right of way, and with said right of way of 20 feet throu- gh the lands of Teresa Bush to a lot owned by Bobby Crowe; thence through said Crowe lot with an existing 10 foot wide right of way to the old Lowell. Talcott Turnpike; thence with said Turnpike to W. Va. Route 3. A map of said property pre- pared by David L. Huffman, L.L.S., August 10, 1979, was filed with the title deed. AND BEING the same pro- party conveyed to David L. Huffman and wife, by deed dated August I0, 1979, from Perry Michael Catron, single, of record in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. 134, page 695. TERMS OF SALE: Cash on hand on day of sale. Given under my hand on this the 30th day of ()ctober, I981: F. W. Sawyers TRUSTEE Nov. 11, I8, 25 Hornets 4 - H Meets J By Randy Cales The Hornets Hive 4 - H club met Friday November 6th at Sandstone.. The club plans to make gifts for the senior citizens. The group also decided to help support the Ifye program if there is enough money. The motion was unanimous In favor of selling candy for a fund raising project. Peterstown Area News Jr. Woman's Club The GFWC Peterstown Jun- ior Women's Club held initia-, tion of new members at their November 9th meeting. Shelby Christian, Becky Charlton, and Sherri Robertson were weicom- , ed to the club and each was given a gift of a jar of honey, as a reminder of our emphasis on working together under the " Junior Bee" theme. The program was presented by the Arts Department, ch- aired by Carolyn Gore. Anstie Miller read a devotion on Ve- teran's Day. The guest speak- er of the evening was Jenny Davis, proprietor of the Hen's Nest in Rich Creek, Va. She provided a display of many of the craft items that may be seen in her shop, with emph- asis that the materials to make them are available for purch- ase and free instructions are offered in knitting, crocheting, needlepoint, cross- stitch emb- roidery, ceramics, macrame -- virtually everything except ta- tting, and she is learning that now ! She also presented a brief demonstration of needlepoint on plastic canvas. Along with her creative offerings, Ms. Da- vis presented a bit of her ph- ilosophy. She believes craft making is good therapy for older people, people with pro- blems, everyone. Other business included plans for many upcoming even- ts. The Arts and Crafts Show,' scheduled for Nov. 21st at the Peterstown High School, was discussed and volunteers to help with the work that day, to display their artwork and cr- afts, and to donate baked goods for the Country Kitchen sale were requested. Plans for con- tributions of food and time to the Midget League Football Banquet, to be held were made. The New members ag- reed to enter float for the club in this year's Christmas par- ade, following club tradition. The Juniors decided to repeat last year's Business Luncheon in appreciation of local bus- inesses for their support th- roughout the year. Joyce Ch- andler will organize this dinn- er which will be held during the holiday season. Sue Mann re- minded the Juniors that Nov- ember 22 - 20th is National Family Week - Bible Week. The Christmas Party for the Juniors and their guests will be held again this year at the Blueficld Holliday Inn. The date for the party is set for Saturday, December 5th. Mrs. B. A. (Alice) Long, a retired 4 - H club leader with 25 years of service, was given a standing ovation by approxim- ately 250 4 - H'ers, their lea- ders and guests Wednesday night as Mrs. Long was pros- Legal-Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Pursuant to Section 46-9-564 of the West Virginia Uniform Commercial Code the First National Bank will sell at publ- ic sale to the highest bidder on November 30, 1981, at 10:00 A.M.on First National Bank Parking Lot, Hinton, West Vir- ginia, the following repossessed automobile: 1979 Chevrolet Ch- evette. SERIAL NO. 1368094 120108. The sale of the above des- cribed automobile will be made WITHOUT WARRANTY, and the Bank reserves the right (1) to bid at the public sale, (2) to reject bids at the public sale, and (3) to continue such sale to any other time and. place by announcement of such continu- ance at the time and place set forth herein. The automobile to be sold may be inspected November 28, 1981, between 9:00 A.M. and noon on First National Bank Parking Lot, Hinton, West Vir- ginia. ' Dated at Hinton, West Vir- ginia, this November 10, 1981. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Joe Blankenship Credit Manager Nov. 18, 25 anted with a silver engraved tray. The surprise presentation was made by Bill Clark, Mon- roe County extension agent on behalf of the organization. Mrs. Long was escorted to the sp- eakers table by a former 4 - H club member, Rodney Brown. The Wednesday meeting was held in Union High School gymnasium, and was the 4 - H Achievement night annual aff- air, with most of the clubs in the county participating. Although Mrs. Long has retired as a 4 - H club leader, she still assists in club activities and is one of the New Pioneers club project lea- ders, assists in going to summ- er camps, and in serving Rot- ary meals. In addition to the silver tray, Mrs. Long was presented with a potted plant from Mrs. Kathy Deskins, a Union florist. Mrs. Gordon (Donna) Jo- hnston, new leader of the Jr. Trailblazers club was introdu- ced to the group, as she acc- epted an award for her daugh- ter Christie. Mrs. Fairley ( Bernice) Long, leader of the New Pioneers Club received a five year certificate as a lea- der. County awards received by her club included Blue Ribbon, county recognition of the Nat- ional 4 - H Conservation of Natural Resources ; Lynn Buckland, honorable mention as secretary. Achievement ni- ght awards went to Christi Johnston, hobby; Jack Long, Wood science; Jimmy Brown and Jeff Lilly, conservation; Vickie Richardson and Lynn Buckland, good grooming; Ell- en Whorley and Becky Wick- line, art; program covers for the achievement were sketched by Becky; Jack Long, electric energy. State awards, consist- ed of recognition awards from the National 4 - H Poster Program to Becky Wickline and Jack Long. Approximat- ely 19 of the members atten- ded the achievement night fest- ivities. The club's new enroll- ment is approximately 30 mem- bers. Mrs. Eugena Floyd, RO- dney Brown and Dale Bradley are activity leaders, Mrs. Mil- dren McKenzie, Mrs. B. A. Long and Fairiey Long, proj- ect leaders. Mrs. Pansy ROb- ertson is the assistant leader. Other Peterstown residents taking part in the achievement night activities were Mrs. Eu- gena Floyd who presented st- ate awards, and Mrs. H. A. Gentry, who served with Mike Allen of Union, on the judging of banners, songs and yells. The Kathleen Itsmm Circle Mrs. C. L. Spangler of the McKenzie-Ellison Addition was hostess to the Kathleen Hamm Circle of the Peterstown Mi- ssionary Baptist Church on Wednesday Morning at 10:00 A.M. Mrs. Spangler opened the meeting with prayer followed with The Purpose in unison. Mrs. Russell Fleshman, Ch- airman presided over the mee- ting. Mrs. Clarence Drain presen- ted the program, a reading " Faith To Be A Friend", she also read James 2; 14- IB vers- es. A discussion on the Bible Books John 1 - 2 - 3; Mrs. Fleshman reported on the Woman's Day of Prayer. It was announced that on December 17 a workshop will be at Mrs. James White at 9:00 A.M. to make Lap Desks. A list of shut - ins were given, so Christmas Boxes can be made. The December meeting will be held at the church to make boxes for the shut - ins. Those present were : Mrs. Gerald Chandler, Mrs. Claren- ce Drain, Mrs. Wallace Young, Mrs. James Terry, Miss Fr- ances Terry, Mrs. Elizabeth Ballard, Mrs. Oscar Spangler, Mrs. Russell Fleshman and hostess, Mrs. C. L. Spangler. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Runyon of Ashland, Kentucky visited with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. De- nnis Sibold during the week- end. Legal-Notice LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia request bids on: FILE Mr. and Mrs. James Logan, and children, Adam and Lnn- die of Ellisville, Mississippi, are visiting with her mother, Mrs. Ruby Cook for several days. Ballard Women's Club The Ballard Women's Club met with Ms. Tula Broyles for their November meeting. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Eva Thompson, the vice - pre- sident, Mrs. Frances Spangler presided over the meeting. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Pearl Smith- son, followed with a reading by Miss Elaine Flint entitled, " Thanksgiving Day". The group planned to have their Christmas Dinner with the president, Mrs. Eva Th. ompson, the time to be ann- ounced later. No other business refreshments were served by Ms. Broyles assisted by Mrs. Pearl Smithson to members: Mrs. Ocie Flint; Mrs. Frances Spangler; Mrs. Madeline Cr- aig, Mrs. Ellen Beckett, Mrs. Nellie Canterbury, Miss Elaine Flint, Mrs. Emil Shrader, and the hostesses, Ms. Broyles and Mrs. Smithson. Mrs. Bertha Dunn spent Fri- day Night with her cousin, Mrs. Leslie Chambers in Bluefieid, W. Va. Charity Group Meets. The Charity Group of Pet- erstown United Methodist Wo- men met at the church on Tuesday evening beginning with an enjoyable pot-luck su- pper. The devotional period was a Spiritual life exercise of med- itation and soul- searching in the quiet atmosphere express- ed by the Psalmist " Be Still And Know That I Am God". Scriptures were read from Ps- alms and Ephesians by wor- ship leader Mrs. J. H. Ogle, prayer closed the program. Group Chairperson, Mrs. Da- vid McKenzie reminded memb- ers to contribute to the Food Barrel which needs replenish- ing for the forthcoming sea- son. After reading of minutes and collection of dues, the Sun- Shine Chairman, Mrs. Lonnie Broyles, reported on good- will projects of the group. Many cards, visits, and gifts had been made. A shut - in family was chosen for a special rememb- rance. Mrs. McKenzie mentioned More Area GILL Mrs. Dulcie Gill, 86, died Fri j day in a Hinton hospital after a long illness. Born July 6, 1895, in Sum-- mars County, she was a dau- ghter of the late Derins Rob- ert and Rosabelle Sheltman Gilpin. Mrs. Gill was a lifelong res- ident of Summers County, and a member of the Community Christian Church. Her husband, Raymond Gill, died in 1936. Survivors include six sons, Arnold and Roger Gill, both of Upland, Everett of Jerrests- villa, Md., and Joseph, Donald and Bernie Gill, all of Hinton; two daughters, Gertrude Buck- land of Hinton and Kathleen Beckelhimer of Jumping Branch; 31 grandchildren and 43 great - grandchildren. Services were held Monday November 25, at 2 p.m. in the Community Christian Church with the Rays. Bill Neely and William Fox officiating. Bur- ial followed in the Hilltop Cem- etery at Hinton. Grandsons served as pallb- earers. MANN Elsie Mac Mann, 75, died Friday at 2 p.m. at home after a long illness. Born May 3, 1906, in Sum- mars County, she was a dan- ghter of the late George W. and LOUIe B. Vest Pack. Mrs. Mann had lived most of her life in Summers County and was a member of the Bluestone Baptist Church at Jumping Branch. Her husband, Albert Arvel Mann died June, 1975. Survivors include a son, Ch- arles Mann of Nitro; a dau- 117 Concord College 12 refrigerators 118 Concord College 12 electric ranges 7378 DNR 1 - 5 Gang Mower ghter, Mrs. John (Kaye) Shop- BID OPENING ard of Nimitz; a sister, Macy REQ. NO. SPENDING UNIT COMMODITY DATE & TIME Basham of White Oak ; two brothers, Pearl Pack of Str- 12-3-81 3:00p.m. eater and Alfred Pack of Cool Ridge and two grandchildren. 1"2-3-81 3:00 p.m. Services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Bluestone Bap- , tist Church at Jumping Br- 12-3-81- 2:00 PM anch with the Rev. William Fox officiating. Burial followed in No bids will be considered unless submitted on forms pres. the William Vest Cemetery. cribed by the Purchasing Division. The Ronald Meadows Fune- Specifications available upon application.  ral Parlors in Hinton was in GLENN R. CUMMINGS, DIRECTOR charge of arrangements. Nov. 18, 25 :f "#/ the Book Study to n in January. Nine members were in att- endance. Mrs. Bobby Dillon will host the group at her home for the December meeting. Those enjoying the fellows- hip and supper were : Mes- dames William Broyles, J. H. Ogle, David McKenzie, Wood- row Wilson, Ralph Bowling, i Stephen Newberry, Lonnie Br- ioyles, and June Sutton. Orchard Drive Home Extens- ion Club Meets The November meeting of the Orchard Drive Home Extens- ,ion Club met with Mrs. Betty ILou Jones at 12 o' clock for " their monthly meeting and pot - luck lunch, on Thursday, a '. social hour followed. The meeting opened at 1 o' clock, with the president, Mrs. Myrtle Simms presiding, Mrs. ." Ruby Meadows presented the devotions, " What Does The ", Lord Require Of Thee", foil- '. owed with prayer by Mrs. DOt Hardiman. Mrs. Simms taught the less- on, " Robbed Not Mugged", it : was very interesting and the group joined in with open dis- cussion. Minutes read and approved and treasurer report given. Four exhibits were given; Mrs. " Lassie Maxey, a miniature ro- cking chair made from cloth- espins; Christmas tree orna- ments made from Macrame by . Myrtle Simms; CrochetCp made by Madeline I ;$ey; " Detergent Bottle made by Be- tty Lou Jones, to be used at the sink. The December meeting will be on December 2nd with Mrs. , Lassie Maxey, a pot - luck dinner and Christmas Party. ' Two visitors, Mrs. Emogene Brown and Mrs. Mary Mead- ows enjoyed the meeting and members, Mesdames Lossie Maxey, Myrtle Simms, Myrtle Chinauit, Madeline Ramsey, Ruby Meadows, Dot Hardiman, Venna Young and hostess Be- tty LOu Jones. "The Story of the Kelly "Gang," an Australian film from 1906, was the first film to run over one hour. Obituaries GANTT Mrs. Patricia Moye Gnatt, 33, died Saturday at home of nat- ural causes after a long ill- ness. Born Feb. 38, 1948, in Sum- mers County, she was a dau- ghter of Ernest Moye and Lita Basham Thurmond both of Jumping Branch. Mrs. Gantt was a member of the First Assembly Wors/b d i Center in Concord, N. C. : ' Survivors include two sons, David and Preston Baugh, both of Dallas, Texas; a daughter, Amy Baugh of Dallas, Texas, and maternal grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. Zina Basham of  ' Jumping Branch. Services were held Monday '- at 10 a.m. in the First Ass- " embly Worship Center in Con- cord N. C., with the Rev. Tom Whidden officiating. Burial foil- i. i owed in the family cemetery near Jumping Branch. Hartsell Funeral Home in Concord, N. C. was in charge of " arrangements. Persinger Storage 117 5th Ave. m. Pmmz  s.    IIR, Open Fri.., Sat. 9 til 4 1 Phone 466- 52#]7 i.i