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RITCH 8 - Hinton News Tues. Oct. 29, 1991 iii :y !:" L Mr. & Mrs. Michael Colbert Ward- Colbert Sheila and Michael were united in marriage on June 15th. Sheila is the daughter of Stanley H. Ward and Jean Ward, both of Pipestem, WV. Michael is the son of Maureen Condra and stepson ofJos Condra of Chesterfield, VA. A double ring ceremony was held at Violet Bank Museum in Colonial Heights, VA. formerly the headquar- ters for Robert E. Lee during the seige of Petersburg during the Civil War. Officiating was Jefferey Lea- ham marriage celebrator/magis- trate. The bride was escorted by her father to the song Laendeler" to the porch steps. Sheila then ascended the steps onto the porch where the groom was waiing. Sheila wore a white satin floor length gown with a fitted bodice which featured a dia- mond-shape design in irredescent sequins, a portrait neckline, dropped waist, and back bow with detach- able train. Her veil flowed from a satin bow pinned at the nape of her " neck. Sheila's jewelry included an opal necklace and opal earrings. Her hand-tied bouquet was made of dai- sies, peach gerber daisies, yellow aster maria, peach roses, and sprays of white dendrobium orchids, then tied with yellow ribbon. Serving as co-maids of honor were Michelle Ward and K]m Ward, sis- ters of the bride. Michelle and Kim wore a peach and yellow floral print floor length gown of cotton linen, sweetheart neckline, closefitting bodice, dropped waists, gathered skirt, and off-the-shoulder pleated sleeves. They carried peach gerber daisies, accented with yellow rib- bon. The groom wore a charcoal gray tuxedo with tails. Joe Condra, step- father to the groom, served as best man, and David Colbert, brother of the groom, served as groomsman. Both wore tuxedos identical to the groom's. All of their boutonnieres were made with white dendrobium orchids. Jean Ward, mother of the bride, wore a street length, floral print dress, the neckline traced with lace. Maureen Condra, mother of the groom, wore a white street length dress. The mother's corsages had a peach rose accented with white dendrobium orchids and baby's breath. Pauline Ward, grandmother of the bride, wore a pink street length dress; her corsage was peach rose accented with baby's breath. After the ceremony, a reception was held at e York Room in the Best Western Petersburg. Refresh- ments (catered by Aunt Sara's Pan- cake House) and an open bar were provided for the enjoyment of the guests. The three tier wedding cake" was decorated with peach and yel- low flowers and hearts, with a cake top that featured kissing doves atop wedding bells against a heart back- ground. The cake was decorated by Jill Jordan. After a toast" by the groomsman, David Colbert, the birde's bouquet and garter were tossed. Entertainment was provided by Live Wire Entertainment, with Rob Dungee as deejay. Out of town guests included: Carmen and Buford YoungofAthens, WV; Mike and Melissa Ward, Roger Ward, R.D. Ward, Cynthia Ward, and Sherry Wills, all of Lynchburg, VA; Harry and Renee Bush of Woo- dbridge, VA; and Linda Ruth of Blasdell, NY. The couple enjoyed a two week honeymoon touring England and Scotland. They are currently resid- ing in Colonial Heights, VA. Sheila is a 1984 graduate of Hin- ton High School, receiving her Bache- lor of Social Work from Concord College in 1988, then her Masters of Social Work from Virginia Common- wealth University in 1989. She is now the Program Director of Big Brothers/Big Sisters -- Tri.Cities Branch in Petersburg, VA. Michael graduated from Hopewell High School in 1977 and currently works as a Quality Control Supervisor at Brenco, Inc. in Petersburg, VA. SENIOR NEWS ACTIVITIES AT TIlE HINTON SENIOR CENTER Located on the corner of Second Ave. and Summers St. Partially funded by the W.Va. Commission on Aging Wed. Oct. 30 Menu: Hamburger Veg. soup, green beans, applesauce, crackers. Thurs. Oct. 31 Menu: White beans/onions, toma- toes, sliced peaches, cornbread. Ac- tivitisa: Bingo for prizes after lunch. Halloween party. Fri. Nov. 1 Menu: Roast beef/gravy, carrots, mashed potatoes, ice cream. Activi- ties: Gospel sing at 11:15. Monthly birthday party for senior citizens observing birthdays in Nov. Mon. Nov. 4 Menu: Beef barbeque, coleslaw/ carrots, green beans, fruit pudding. Activities: Bible study at 11:15. Summers County Council on Aging, Board of Directors meeting at 1:00 p.m. Tues. Nov. 5 Menu: Brown beans/onions, cab- bage, sliced peaches, cornbread. Menu changes may occur due to the unavailability of foods or due to circumstances beyond our control. Blood Pressure Clinic Hinton Center Nov. 6-20-2711 til Pence Springs Nov. 7 11 til 12 Sandstone Center Nov. 13 11 til 1 Hinton House Nov. 18 9:30 til 10:30 Pence Springs Square Dance The Pence Springs Senior Center and the Summers County Council on Aging will sponsor a square dance at 7:00 pm, Nov. 1, at the Pence Springs Senior Center. Music by the Ramblers. $1.00 admission, Every- one Welcome. Scheduled Bus Trips Beckley Nov. 8 Mercer Mall Nov. 22 Pence Springs to Hinton Nov. 6 and 20 Sandstone to Hinton Nov. 7, 15, 21 and 27 Trips may change due to bad weather in this event passengers will be notified. LANDLORD WANTED Two.story, fra00.'00DIN00. larg- j_  ],us - each witlrooms; only $8,500. i RENTAL OPPORTUNITY 2 story frame on large city lot; 2 rental units - fully occupied; good net income; $22,000. AFFORDABLE 1 story frame; 10 years old, off- street parking; West End Area; only $17,000. SMALL ACREAGE 11.4 woodtd acres at Lerona, near Pipestem Resort; ideal building site... $17,500. ASSUMABLE VA LOAN 1 1/2 story brick home with full basement; garage in rear. $37,500. BUY SOME INCOME Brick apartment building in Hinton Historical District; 2 units, fully occupied; $23,000. :iE00AE HOO$iNG :oPPoRtU:NWTY :! i::: p E ALTO P : .... REAL ESTATE SERVICES AND APPRAISALS Farms, Residential, Vacation and Commercial Properties Member MLS Autrey Ritch, Broker GRI, Certified Real Estate Appraiser 5th Ave. & Commercial St. Hinton, WV 25951 304-466-1111 or 466-0736 Carl and List With Us Today/ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Notice is hereby given that by virtue of authority vested in the undersigned Trustee by that certain deed of trust executed by Jam e K. Trail to John lI, Iiankinc and PhilipJ. Vallandingham,Trd =tees, eitherofwhom has full power and authority to act, dated the 23rd day of June, 198,6, end corded in the office of the Clerk of the County Commiuion of Summers County, Weat Virginia, in Trust Deed Book No. 110, at !sage 630; the said trust deed was assigned to West Virginia Housing Development Fund, by Assignment dated June 23, 1986, by which was conveyed to the said Trustees the said hereinafter described real estate, to eecure the payment ofa ertain nete eat au t and deserlbed therein, and the owner and holders of said note, in eXerdee of the right and authority granted in the aforementioned deed of trust, having appointed Mitchell Lee Klein and/or Andrew It. Miller as Substitute TrusLees, and de fault herin g been made in the imyment of said note, and the said Mitchell Lee Klein, Tru stee, hoving been requested so to doby the owner and holder of said note, shall sell to the highest and beet bidder, on FRIDAY, "HIE 6Tll DAY OF DECEMBER, 1991 at 11:00 o'clock A.M., at the front d oor of the Court lieu= of Summers County, West Virginia, the follow- ing described real eatete: All that eartein lot or parcel of real estate together with the buildings and improvements thermn, situate in New River District, Summers County, West Vir- ginia, more particularly bounded and deeeribed as follows, te- wit: BEG INN ING on an LP. corner toJ.C. Gwinn in the northerly R/W of West Virginia secondary Route No. 4; thence, with said R/W and binding thereon S. 73-55 W. 165,92 feet to an L P.; thence, leaving said R/W N. 30-59 W. 289.K5 feet, eroszing the creek to an LP. in the fence line on the line ofJ.C. Gwinn; thence, with the fence N. 87-23 E. 198.43 feet to a 30" poplar in the corner of the fence corner to J.C. Gwinn; thence, with the fence, Gwinn line S. 27-34 E. 238.69 feet to the BEGINNING, containing 1.10 acres, more or less. TERMS OF SALE: Cuh in hand on day of solo, and subject to any end all unpaid texe. Given under my hand this 21st. day of OeUNber, 1991. Mitchell Lee Klein, Trustee IlN Ock 29, Nov. 5, 12 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF SUMMERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Petition of Maria Begni* For a Change of Name to Maria Madariage Plaintiff v. Defendant. Civil Action No. 91-P.194. NOTICE OF CHANGE OF NAME NOTICE is hereby sarved in sordance with Chapter 48, Article 5, Section 1 of the Code of West Vir- ginia of the intention of Maria Begnis to change her nama to Maria Madariaga. The potitioner will appear in person bfore the Judge of the Circuit Court of Summers County, West Virginia in accordance with her petition on the 26th day of November, 1991, at the Courthouse in Hinton, Summers County, WV, at the hour of 11:30 am o'clock or as eeon thereafter as the same may be himTd in support of her petit]or f)r change 0f rmme and anyone having ny obe" io! tn any linch ehang of name as 't f .h i ,his ne ce may appear on saiddate and mkc proper objtions thereto. Entered by the Clerk of eaid Court October 21, 1991. Edith M. Mvsdar Clork of C0urt HN OcL 29, Nov. 5 32 l-3rd Ave. - Acreage. HINTON - 2 or 3 R., frame. $16,000. WibL.e r financ- ing 10% do,,. PINE HILL- Attractive 3 BR., 2 1/2 baths. Frame - split level fireplace, carpeted. Attached 2 car garage. Large corner lot. Excellent buy at $58,000. Price Reduced. LOWELL - on Greenbrier River - 3 BR. - large new deck on 3/4 A. Garage. Priced low at 32,000. TEMPLE STREET - store building with furnished apts. $S500. NEW RIVER- 2 BR, camp with 120' frontage on By-Pass 3 and 20. 120' frontage on the river. Good commercial property. LIrLE WOLF CREEK- farm, 105 acres, barn and shed. 2 BR., frame house. Pond. $69,000. 215 8th. AVENUE- attractive 2 story frame, 3 BR., 2 baths. Combination k'hen/family room, dini. Taste fully decorated, nice quite neigh- borhood. $37,500. WILLOWWOOD ROAD - 1 lot on Greenbrier River. 50' x 242'. $3200. MADAMS CREEK - 3 BR., 2 baths, brick, 1 car garage on 2 acres. TRUE - 39 1/2 acres, full base- ment, well. View of Lake Bluestone. $35,000. RIVERTOWNE - Restaurant, ice cream parlor, all equip- ment. 10 apts. partially com- pleted. Can make own pay- ment. Great buy. 214 TEMPLE S T - Comm'-31| rental i n" .eI00BII00B-I 153 PLEASANT ST - 2 bedJ room, 1 1/2' bath, frame, re modeled. Convenient loca- tion. MADAMS CREEK - 4 BR., 1 bath, frame, large front porch. 2 storage buildings on 1 1/2 acres. $30,000. BELLEPOINT - 4 BR., 2 story brick & cedar, 2 1/2 baths, custom built kitchen that opens into family room with fireplace. Formal dining room, 2 car garage, patio, air conditioned. 1 acre, great view. BLUESTONE PARK AREA - 50 acres. 1/2 wooded, 1/2 cleared. 2 creeks and stream. LITTLE WOLF CREEK ROAD - 50 acres including well and septic, 25 acres cleared rest wooded. Excellent hunting. Easy access. $22,500. 3rd. AVENUE - Tomkies Bldg. Historic district, 4 apts., 2 business areas. $20,000. June McGraw, REALTOR, C.R.E.A. Home: 466-1767 Wilma Rodes, Sales, 466-1118 Linda Lyons, Sales, 466-2638 Olaus Lyons, Sales, 466-2638 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION Circuit COURTOF Summers COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Lisa Lowe Gahm Plaintiff v. Donovan Michaolangele Gahm d0 Christina Chapmam 011 Days Brok Rd. Winn-Ssln, NC 27102021 De* ! m4mt. Civil Action No. Sl-C-I$7. The object of the above entitled acrion ie to obtain a divorce from tho honda of matrimony. And it apparingby an affidavit filed in this actiou that Deovsn Gshm is a nen-tmidot of the State of West Viqinia and his wheabouto are: O0 Christina ]mpman, EOII Dsys Brot Rd., Winon-|em, NC 27106-2021, it ic ordered that Denovan Gehm do serve upen Richard M. Ourmee, plaintiff attorney, wheee addrs is llO James Street, Hintm, WV 25961, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this acril on or before 30 days, otherwiee judgmant by default will be token against you at any time thoreaf- ter. A py of said mmplaint can be obtaimd from the ed Clerk at his oflSce. '," Entared by the Clerk of said Court October 23, 11. Edith M. Mmdor HN O 29, Nov. 5 A new hmh or  iu= ht inches long. It will grow about a foot a year until it reaches the averege adult length of six to eight feet. E. "WHITEY" ELLISON REAL ESTATE 38 acres more or ldss, five bedroom home, built in kitchen, hardwood and par- quet floors. Good well, rea- sonable access. Sandstone area. Four to five bedroom home, level lot, on hard top, family room, two story, many fea- tures including welkin clos- ets and master bath-bedroom suite. Sandstone. Modern three bedroom, two bath mobile home on four wooded acres, good game, trout stream nearby, secluded with reasonable access. Meadow Creek. Twenty acres, woodland. Ramp Road. Good Price, w/ five level acres. Sandstone, on hardtop. 5 ACRES BEHIND HOSPI- TAL Nice & Level. Border Walnut St. about 400 ft. New River Road Nice 3 bedroom House or Camp. Nice Kitchen. Also big Living room with Fireplace. Lot Borders River. State St. 7 Room House. Nice carpet. Priced to sell. Must see to appreciate. Willowood Road 4 room camp on Big lot. New roof and siding. Nice kitchen and carpet, also large out building and good well. 7th. Ave. and Temple Street Store Building. Full sizebase- ment. 5 room apartment up- stairs with carpet. Private entrance. Forest Hill District Indian Mills Road 17.97 acres of woodland in. cludes, small pond, and 5 acres of small timber. Behind Summers County Hospital 40 acres more or less of wood- land. Lets of good timber. We need small Farms. 25 to 30 acres, let us list your Place. Eldridge Ellison, Jr REAL ESTATE BROKER PHONE 466-1127 HINTON Andrea Barr Sales Person Phone 466-0815 I . II LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Take notice that a 1980 Chalet Camare Serial Number I S7HANf'M}724, which has Imm espomed by reeson of default in the terms of retention of title or lien instrument, will be offered for sale and md at mbli auction to the highest bidder as provided by law at 1@.30 AM on the let day of November, 1991 at the followingpremi0e The First Natiorml Bank of Hinton 321 Temple St Hinton, WV unless prior to the said sale, the amount now due is paid to the undersigued, lus storage and keeping of rome. The undemigned reeervm the right to bid in the suction, und to pUrehaee Dated this the 18th day of Octobor, 1991. Rick D. Blevins Collection Manager HN GeL 22, 29 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Take notice that a 1986 Chevrolet Cavalier Serial Number 1G IJE27P4GJI95991, which has been repm. ses0ed by reason of default in the terms of retention of title or lien instrument, will be offered for sale and ld at public auction to the highest bidder as provided by law at ,10:30 AM on the 1st day of November, 1991 at the following premises: The First National Bank of Iiinton 321 Temple St Hinton, WV unless prior to the said sate, the amount now due is paid to the under- signed, plus storage and keeping of me. The undersigned reserves the right to bid in the auction, and to purhasa. Dated this the lath dny of Octebor, 1991. Rick D. Blevins Collsetion Manager HN Oct. 22, 29 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Take notice that a 1985 Buick Regal Serial Num- ber IG4CJ47A6FH436021,which haaboen repoeed by reason ofdofault in the terms of retention of title or lien instrument, will be offered for sale and ee)d at public auction to the highest bidder as provided by law at 1@.30 AM on the 1st day of Novombar, 1991 at the following premix: TheFirst Netienal Bank efHinton 3"21 Tern pie St Hinton WV unius prior to the said sale, the amount now due is paid to the undersigned, plus storage and keeping of rome. The undersigned rmerves the right to bid in the auction, and to purehue Dated this the 18th day of Oetobor, 1991. Rick D. Blevins Ce]lseflun MI HN Oct. 22, 29 LEGAL NOTICE ' NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Take notire that a 1982 Ford Eert Serial Num- ber 2FABPO62CXI94085, which has been repo$- md by mssen ofdofault in the term * of retention of title or lien instrument, will be offe for esle and mid at public attctlon to the hlgheet bidder as provided by law at 10:30 AM on the let day of Novemher, 1991 at the f, allowing peemi The First National Bank of Hinton 321 Temlda St Hinton WV shims prier te the said sale, the Fmount now due is paid to the undor- issed, pitm gom ml klW r ram. The ulorsijmd  the right to bid in the auctian, and to purchase. Dated this the 18th day of (ktohe, 191. lck D. Blevins C@llesti M HN Oct. 22, 29 Rt. 1 Box 86 BaIlard, W.Va. 24918 FORESTHILL- Monroe County line. Beautiful 2 story 7 room home with 2 large hallways, 4 BR, LR, DR, FR, kitchen, 2 1/2 baths, 1/2 base- ment. Completely remodeled, situated on approx. 30 acres of beautiful level to rolling land with stocked fish ponds. Developed springs. 5 acres woodland with large trees, barn, machine and hay shed, other outbuildings, plus 40x80 craft shop with a combina- tion cabinet and workshop. Excellent location with hard- top road frontage. This might be the one you have been look- ing for.You must seeto appre- ciate the quality. Call today. TALCOTT AREA-4 BR., 1 1/2 story home. Large dining room and kitchen, bath, front porch. Garage and utility building. Situated on large lot. T.V. cable, public water. Very nvenient location. Only Reduced to $30,000. TALCOTT BALLENGEE AREA - g room frame home, 4 BR., LR., FR., kitchen, DR., small basement, front and back porch, wood shed, ity building. Situated on ap- proximately I acre level land, fruit trees, good garden spot, on hard top road. Only .00$30,000.00. BARGER SPRINGS AREA - 16.33 acres of mo stbtd, land. Only2 - 'f.p t 're n- briegKLg, ,euded home sitepproximately 5 acres cleared, on hard top road. Only$13,000.00. TALCOTT BALLENGEE AREA - Approximately 4 acre tract of land, good location with fruit trees. Road front. age on two sides. Will sell in two tracts or as a whole. $12,000.00. BELIPOINT AREA- Nelson Street, beautiful 2 story, 3 BR. home, modern kitchen with new appliances, LR. with fire place, DR., bath, hot water baseboard heat with new fur- nace, carpeted through out, new insulated windows, all new wiring, new hot water tank, 2 car garage plus room for boat, full finished base- ment, paved driveway. Nice garden and grape arbor, plus much more. This super nice home must be seen to appreci- ate. Call today. MARIE AREA - 3 or 4 BR., home with large LR., combi- nation diningroom/kitchen, large bath. Screened in front porch, aluminum siding. Situ- ated on a large lot with car- port and utility bldg. Fruit trees, good garden spot. Very conveniently located on ha rd- top road. $24,900. TALCOTT AREA - on Boll Noble Rd. A survey 108.55 acres approx. 15 acres cleared, level with beautiful view. Orchard with lots of apple and fruit trees. Old barn and util- ity bldg. Balance in young timber with rolling an d   land, with streams and cre; thru property. $65,000. MARIE AREA- 3 BR., restored home. Livingroom, kitchen utility room, full bath, 1/2 basement, front porch, situ- ated on corner lot with lots of fruit trees, good garden spot, 2 utility buildings. In a very convenient location. Only $25,000.00. For Listings Or Auction Sales Call 466-3210 Anytime Paul "Buddy" Light Broker & Auctioneer Licensed No. 478 Gloria J. Meadows, Sales Assoc. 461925 After 4 P.K,, iii NOTICE TICKETS Tickets are available for the Annual Democratic Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner which will be held at the Charleston Civic Center on Sat., Nov. 9, at 7 P.M. Guest speaker, Sen. Bob Kerry, Democratic candidate for President. Call 466-1515. Price per ticket $30. \