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14 - Hinton News Tues. Dec. 19. 1995 Named To SuE?rise Birthday Party Dean's List Kristen Renee Keaton, daughter of Harry Keaton of HJnton, has been named to the Dean's List at Otter- friends and neighbors, Bill and bean College for the Fall Term. Marianne Eatepp. About 20% of the student body Versa Mac Brown qmade her a appears on the Dean's List each beautiful corsage. quarter. A student must be full time After everyone ate a ham dinner with a term grade point of at least withall the flxings, caks was served 3.60 to be named to the list. with 60 candles that Janst blew out Otterbein College, an independ- and the smoke alarm went offfrom ent, liberal artsinstitution affiliated all the smoke. Janet received many nice gifts with the United Methodist Church, and thanks everyone for them and is located in Westerville, Oh. for being with her on her Happy 6-0 A surprise party was given on Day. Nov. 5th., for Janet Breen of Marie They were: Ray Breen (her hus- on her 60th. birthday, by her two band),of45yearsonOct"7th.),Helen, daughters Helen Pack and Donna Steve and Sam Pack, Donna and Sparks, beth ofRusmll, Ky. and her Jayme D. Sparks, Bill and Marianne Estepp, Evelene and son Donnie Westmoreland, Earl and Delphia Breen, Jack and Janet Thompson, Elaine Fox, Janice Breen, Peggy Janney, Bud, Sherry, Marlana and Sarah Buckland, Larry and Sandra Osborne, Verna Mas Brown, Shelly and Baby Jacob Woodrum, Autumn Taylor and Bobby Rex and Imogene Ratliff. Sending gilqta and calling were: her son Jimmy Ray and his family of Vero Beach, Fla.; grandson Spec. 4 Lee Pack effort Riley, Kansas; Ann Taylor, Lydia "Purser and Marie Braes. Thank you, girls, for my first party ever, I Love You. baths, fireplace in both living room and family room. Many extras like a full kitchen in family room.. Beautiful covered patio. Two car garage. Located in Bellepoint ..... 12 1/2 acres of vacant land in Cool Ridge. Cabin on the Greenbrler River for rent by the week. Hlntm Buildea Supply Co lng Hint Build Supply Ce Ir Nm Jmph J Petmy, Ollbert & W=rd M=W Wm, Dem "mS GRIgRN SULPHUR DIBTRICT Campbell, Charles Lively. W W "Heir=" PM DISTRICT gpplrd. Patdda g Hylt, Ohtdye Lucas, Dante T DHITRICT Conir MarSaret S LandcmR, Votry S Eum t,me. Rend# K & Brenda Smgt John H Jr John H.Jr Fred Autrey Ritch, Jr. Broker and CerUfled Appraiser #0222 II I LEGAL NOTICE List of real estate sold in the county of Summers, in the month (or months) of November, 1995, for nonpayment of taxes thereon for the year (or years) 1994, and purchased by individuals or by the State of West Virginia. Nm oflmrma Leeal deeerlptlan Nam* el" Quantity et Whale amount 'ld with tam (dr lain:Is Irchuer land  laid by imrehaeer HD4TON ooaPORATION ...... Fatte 8t Pare Wad ]bat 77 Y.#0.00 Fayette 8t Pare Wtml - L=t  0.00 Pmmm Hetl 40=80 Pmm Adkine I I S00 llth Avo Oak Hall UpI It 'Le mk? 1.4'/ Summer= 8t Oek Hall Bl4k J L*t I IS00.00 ]Jfll Creek "MJnlqll, State d'VV SO Lick Creek "Mlmnd," 8tat4 dWV D SO Sun Valley Lalm "Int in lalm" Wm Rkhlmml Lit 8 S & S00.00 Sun Valley Lake "int" Wld aidund L 1 k & 4L$1 Indian llille WM Rkhmend S  d e0  16oo.oo Oreenbdm' Rivet Hills WM Rlchmmd i Lot TtdeoU 200.00 Oreenbrier  WM mmd  m 1000.00 MI PIqgah 84) WM Bh:halml I  Lot P 00.00 Rlver=kie Rut WM Ridmd 1 2"/Wk I 0.00 Penca Swirls a/D I WM lliduml Let= 13 & 18 Wk I Eft 100.00 S/D II River Rest . WM Ridmond Lore 30-$1-35- Block H 800.00  ,B)ide Iteat . ......  ' WM Rlehmol Lot 14.9 BIk I 1000.00  RiArida ltest WM Rkhmmd Lot 12 Blk 2 400.00 l  Jn H. J  StD II River Rest WM Rlehm Lets 15-If17-18 BIk U 2800.00 mmon Charles D & Sharon Oroenbrler Sprtnge WM lehmtld ltS 22 & 21 700.00 Simmons Charles D & Sharon . Groenhrlor Spnp Edward Lows l,at I RR B S/D IP 2100.00 The Owner of any real estate lhted above, or any other permn entitled to pay the taxes thereon, muy. however, redeem such t'tl uteta as provided by law. HN Dee. l 9! 26 IS DON'T ONLY PRIMEb'I'AR OFFERSYOU GREAT SATELLITE ENTERTAINMENT 00flTHOUT BUYING EQUIPMENTI YOU GET: 95 channels in all The only mini-dish you don't ,have to buy Equipment, programming, and maintenance starting at about a dollar a day* Digital technology for the most advanced picture and sound All available with lust one easy phone call COHPARE RIWI'. YOU WON'T RND A BETTER VALUE IN SAllB.UllE ENTERTAINHENT. "Prices may vary. Does not include italletlon or premium channel=. Territorial rmdctio and taxes may apply. CALL: 1-800.800.2223 DANCE Celebrate New Years at Hawks Nest State Park with meals, dance, favors, and door prizes. Enjoy din- ner and a spectacular view of the New River Gorge followed by a dance from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Welcome in the New Year morn. ing with breakfast from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Price for couple $162.69. Call 658-5212 or 1-800-CALL WVA. DIREC2RY OF SERVICES AVAILABLE REACHH wouldlike to announce. that the hard back copy of the Direc- tory of Services is now available. This directory contains listings of community resources available. Any agency that would like a copy can stop by 176 Pleasant St. Mon.-Fri. from 8:30 to 5:00. We also have computer disc cop- ies available on Windows 3.1. Ifyou have any questions feel free to call 466-4859. JONES REALTY 466-4246 #466 33 ACRES, Private, good hunting. Well, Creek. $23,500. #487-1321 Temple St. $25,000 #486 - Mini-farm. 6 plus r=,'/4 BR home. pJDN..ud., private AJ. ,,, oCmlleS to Hinton. Beautiful view. Very nlce$89,500 #482. 233 Main St. 2 stow home aluminum siding, garage. Walk to stores. $30,000. #473.510 Temple SL duplex plus garage apt. Good Income property $39,500 #4741871/2 wooded hunt ing land $69,500 #433 BARGER SPRINGS, 32 acres woodland w',jr, Ig. creek, paved roal.'J -'-'--,ntage, near river, nice land... $35,000. #500 SAND KNOB.AREA 6 1/2 acres, adJolns Bluestone State Park, great home site. $16,500 #491 Indian Mills: 150 yr. old log house hldden under sldln, thls classic 2 story far_m . 1/2 acresland.,' "s, garden, borde-ct i. ,e Publlc Huntlng & Flsh..;W Walk to Indlan Creek. Speclal Place.''d'$79,500 #477 Brick Row: 809 Temple Street. $29,000 #498 SANDSTONE: GREAT Commercial location near 1-64 exit, two story bldg. $21,000. #496 JUMPING BRANCH, acre building lot, water and electric. Good location. $9,000. #493 NIMITZ, cozy 3 BR.,w/bsm't, extra bldg. for shop or storage. $55,000. #494 NIMITZ, 4 BR., 1 1/2 baths, nice LR., Kit/din combo, level lot. $65,000. #499 BUCK AREA: 27 acres w/3 BR, 2 Bath, home private, good hunting, cleared & woods $85,000 #492 3 acres Will Dodd Rd. Well and electric, creek. $12,000. #504 6 acres Clayton. Older 3 BR. home, needs some attention, creek. $25,000. #501 JUMPING BRANCH, 199414 x 76 mobile home on acre lot. Like new $36,000. #488 MUDDY CREEK MT. near Alderson. 3 BR. home on 1 1/2 acres, nice out of town place. $39,500. Please call for more information on these and other listings! Eugene Jones Diannia Perdue Linda Turner Broker Sales Assoc, Sales Ass'oc, 466-4246 466-3046 466-5688 8UJtJZTLg .Pubtk Service Cemmleslon of West Virginia, Charleston ATTACHMENT A Entered by the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, in the City of Charles- ton on the 15th day of December, 1995. CASE NO. 94-0098-W-PWD-PC-CN (Reopened) Oil(vile Road Public Service District, a public utility, Princeton, Mercer County. Application for a certificate of convenience and necessity to construct a water distribution system at Mercer and Summers Cotnties and for approval of rates and charges incidental thereto. Notice of Filing of Amended Certificate WHEREAS, the Oakvale Road Public Service District, a public service distdct created under the provisions of West Virginia Code 16-13A-I et seq. (=Distdct-) filed an Application, duy verified, for a certificate of convenience and necessity to con- struct Phase I of a water transmission and distribution system ('Pipeline Project") at Pipestem, Lerona, Athens, Princeton and Hinton areas of Mercer and Summers County. The Commission by Order dated October 28, 1994, issued s conditional certificate of convenience and necessity to the District to construct Phase I of the Pipeline Project and issued a certificate of convenience and necessity to the West Virginia-American Water Company ("Company') to construct the Bluestone Treat- ment Plant and related facilities as detailed in the Joint Application and in the Order. The Commission also approved the Operating Agreement between the Company and the District, pursuant to which the Company will operate and maintain the Pipeline Project. Because of certain changes that occurred in the scope and proposed financing of the Pipeline Project following the filing of the Joint Application and the entry of the Commission's Order of October 28, 1994, the District and the Company on May 16, 1995, and on October 20, 1995, filed Amendments to the Joint Application for the Bluestone Treatment Plant and the Pipeline Project (collectively the =Amended Joint Applications"). The District now proposes to include in the certificate application Phase II of the Pipeline Project. Phase II of the Pipeline Project includes the construction of 52,000 LF of 1" and 3/ 4" service lines, 90,500 LF of 2" and 6" lines, 155,200 LF of 8" distribution lines, 16,400 LF of 8" transmission line, 114,900 LF of 24" transmission line and related facilities. The total construction cost is estimated at $17,704,700. The total project cost is estimated at $21,750,285. The Pipeline Project as now contemplated will serve 1hs geographic areas of Gravely Point Road, Broadway Road, Fairway Drive, Clover Lane, Laurel Creek Road, Bent Mountain Road, Camp Creek Loop Road, White Oak Loop Road, a portion of Indian Ridge Road,'a portion of Browns Ridge Road, Route 20 from Old Lerone Road to Pinegrove Road, and depending on the availability of lower cost financing, a portion of New Pisgah Road. WHEREAS, the District and the Company anticipates financing the construction of the Bluestone Treatment Plant and Phase I and Phase II of the Pipeline Project from the following sources: West Virginia-Americen Water Company $23,000,000; Infrastructure Council/WDA Loan $14,624,614; Small Cities Block Gra $3,000,000; ARC Grant $990,318; Corps of Engineers Grant $2,100,000; and EDA Grant $990,000, provided, however, that the sources may include short-term bank financing to ac- commodate a delay in obtaining the Infrastructure Loan. The amounts borrowed by the District will be repaid by using the payments to the District from the West Virginia- Americen Water Company under the Operating Agreement; and WHEREAS, the District anticipates that the customers who will be served by the Mercer/Summers Regional Public/Private Water Project will be charged rates by the District which mirror the current monthly rates of Company (which rates maybe changed from time to time by the Commission pursuant to its statutory authority and will be subject to additional increases requested Iy the Company in PSC Case No. 95-0228-W-42T and step increases approved for the construction of the Bluestone Treatment Plant); and WHEREAS, the current rates of the Company are: Available for general, domestic, commercial and industrial service Rate: First 2,000 gallons used per month included within the minimum charge of $12.00 Next 28,000 gallons used per month $4.2022 per 1,000 gallon Next 870,000 gallons used par month $2.4839 per 1,000 gallon Next 8,100,000 gallons used per month $2.2474 per 1,000 gallon All over 9,000,000 gallons used per month $1.4955 per 1,000 gallon No bilJ will be rendered for less than the following' amount according to the size of each meter installed, to wit: for customers having multiple meter settings, the mini- mum charge will be the sum of the minimum charges for each of the individual meters: 3/4 inch meter or less $12.00 1 inch meter 30.00 1-1/2 inch meter 60.00 2 inch meter 96.00 3 inch meter 180.00 4 inch meter 300.00 6 inch meter 600.00 8 inch meter 960.00 All residential customers will be served though a 5/84nch meter; provided, how- ever, that the District may install a larger meter when reasonably necessary. This restriction shall not apply to residential meters currently in service. Any person interested in filing a protest or other comment regarding the proposed project should do so in writing to Howard M. Cunningham, Public Service Commis- sion, R O. Box 812, Charleston, West Virginia 25323 within thirty days of the date this notice is published. Rt. 1 Box 86 " Ballard, W.Va. 24918 FOREST H]]J GREENVILLE ROAD - Rt. 122 near the Monroe-Summers Co. llne. 3 BR. brick home, app. 1960 sq. ft., large family room with fireplace and Ices reck walL LIL, DR. and kitchen with custom made cabinets, 1 1/2 bath, front porch, sun porch, partial basement, large cedar lined closets. 2 car detached brick finished garage. Large inground swimming pool. Located on approx. 58 acres of land on the Monroe County side, fronting on hard top read, barn, tool shed, ponds, ideal retirement farm, call today. $144,000.00. HINTON AREA - on Green- brier River on Camp Light- foot Road. 1 1/2 story, 4 BR. Rivers stone home, com- pletely restored. Large living loom with Rivers fireplace, comb. kitchen and DR., with built-in cabinets, bath, new oil furnace, new doors and new tilt windows, new plumb ing and wiring. Situated on approx. I acre of land joining and overlooking Greenbrier River on hard top read. The home is high and dry, never flooded. If you are looking for a home on the river, this could be the one. Call today. Only. $79,000.00 BOZOO AREA SUMMERS COUNTY - near the Monroe line, the former J. IL Keatley Cloverleaf Farm. Consisting of 228 acres of land with a 2 story, 4 BR. brick home.Also a 3 BR. frame home very con- veniently located. 3 hams, many out bldgs with concrete floors, some with running water. A beautiful 3 acre lake. 2 large ponds all stocked with bait minnows. Several other small ponds. 8 developed springs, 4 water troughs. Approx. 1 mile of hardtop frontage. 800' paved driveway. .... Joining the Bluestone Hunt- ing Area. Approx. 90% of this land is cleared and rolling to level. Plus many other im- prevements. You must see to appreciate the beauty and quality of this farm. For Listings Or Auction Sales Call 466-3210 Anytime Paul "Buddy" Light Broker & Auctioneer Licensed No. 478 Council On Aging This is a weekly publication of the Summers County Council on Aging, Inc., 120 Second Ave., Hinton. Patri- cia McDaniel, Executive Director. Funded in part by the WV Commis- sion on Aging, Appalachian Area Agency On Aging, other grant and local resources and donations. Any older person is encouraged to par- ticipate in the program regardless of race, creed, handicap or national origin. The Summers County Coun- cil on Ang is an equal opportunity employer. Wed. Dec. 20: Menu: Macaroni/ cheese, green beans, tomatoe8, sliced pineapple/cottage cheese, bread, milk. Activities: Santa Claus will be here  11:15am. Thurs. Dec. 21: Menu: Ham- burger vegetable soup, mustard greens, vegetables in soup, apple. sauce, crackers, milk. Activities: Bingo for prizes after lunch. Christ- mas lights bus trip  Hinton area-- 6pm/8pm. Fri. Dee. 22: Menu: Turkey/dress- ing/gravy, shellie beans, mashed potatoes, fruit salad, cranberry saues, bread, milk/butter. Ativities: Mueic and handbells by Reverend and Mrs. D.D. Elwell -- ll:00am/ 11:45am. Men. Dee. 25: CLOSED -- CHRISTMAS. Tues. Dec. 26: Menu: Fish/tartar sauce, coleslaw/carrots, green beans, vanilla pudding, bread, milk/butter. Activities: Blood pressure clinic -- Hinton Senior Center -- 9am/lpm. Menu changes may occur due to the availability of foods or due to circumstances beyond our control. NOTE: Lockbridge shopping ev- ery Men.  Thurs. opt. Hinton shop. ping every Fri. Pence Springs shop. ping Fri. Meadow Creek/Sandstone shopping every Wed. **Any and all bus schedules are subject to change** mma /