Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 26
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July 16, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 26

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6B--July 16, 1972 -Chirtetan, W*»t Vlrilr Thomas Hill Inc. Will Hold Open House in New Offices Thomas Hill Inc., Westifirm is servicing mortgages to- Virginia's largest m o r t g a g e | t a l i n g $200 million arid main- banking firm, will hold open tains offices in eight states. It house from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. employs 158 persons with almost Wednesday in its new officeihalf of them at headquarters in building on Kanavvha Boulevard.!Charleston. The firm purchased and re-l In 1952, the firm's capital in- modeled the former Press Clublcreased in excess of $100,000 Building at a cost of more than!and it became an FHA ap- $500,000, said Philip H. Hill; proved mortgagee, recalled J. board chairman. W. Hubbard Jr., president. Un- Thomas Hill was incorpo-'der its new mortgage banking rated in West Virginia in 1948,activity, the first was a V. A. and its first activity was to i loan for $8,300 secured by a construct several small apart- 1 property in St. Albans. This loan'gan on a warehouse agreement ment houses in Charleston. 'was closed March 24, y953. 'with Chase National Bank ol Today, 24 years later, the Mortgage loan operations be: New York, now Chase Manhat- Bank, HILL HUBBARD Homes THE MORNING STAR 24'x4S'with6'x24"'L 100's of other plans, or use your own, or the best of both. Conlict your C«pp man Forget apartment or tract in_ convenience 1 Live where you *-- want... at the price you can afford--the Capp Homes wayl Start by acting as your own contractor and save 20% ... up to 40% by doing as much of the easy finishing as you want. Lowcostpurchaseplans save you even morel SEND FOR FREE IDEA B O O K OF HOMES 72 pages, full of new building plans and ideas Walter Britton 1907 Kanawha Ave. Charleston, W.Va. 25304 Ph.: 304/364-5103 TO; CAPP-HOMES D«pt. 4601 E. 5th Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43219 Please send rne details on Capp.Homes, N a m e Address Town or RFD State -Zip_ .Phone_ County D I own i lot D I don't own · lol but could |«t oni. tan Bank, in the amount of $250,000. Under this 12 month agreement, Thomas Hill had the right to sell these loans elsewhere and most of those closed were sold to the firm's first two investors--Liberty National Life Insurance Co. of Birmingham, Ala., and West Side Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of New York. In the 1950s, capital increased through mergers into Thomas Hill by three small corporations j and by the sale of additional stock, principally to Pease Co. of Hamilton, Ohio. Thomas Hill made a number of loans to Pease's builder customers. Wright Mortgage Co. and Homeowners S e r v i c e Corp. merged their mortgage loan businesses with that of Thomas Hill. These two companies had a combined servicing of $5,259,000. Later, Thomas Hill purchased Kennsdy Mortgage Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. At, the endj of 1961, the company was serv- jicing 2,761 loans with a balancej | Of $33,868,000. The company exceeded its $100 million goal for the decade in October, 1967, at which time a reception was held to observe this accomplishment. It took more than 14 years for Thomas Hill to reach $100 million in servicing, officials said, but only about four years to gain another $100 million. The architect of the company's new building is William M. jHaynes, and the contractor is J.] E. White Construction Co. Mrs Beatrice J. Hill, wife of the Thomas Hill chairman, is the idecorator. Hijack Reward Set LONDON --(J?)-- The British Overseas Airways Corp. is offering rewards of $240 to employes who help detect potential hijackers or in other ways prevent hijack attempts. TOP iVALUE L«g;ri|M H72--Tht Rrijer Ct. Items nl prices teed July 16th Mm July 22fH. 1972. We rtstnl the ritht ti limit quantities. Ntne son te Idlers. All Kanawha Valley Stores OPEN SUNDAY 10 a.m. "til 7 p.m. From 6aol«y Bridge to Nitro and Clendenin ii ALL PRICES i* V' \ * LL WEEK VALUE STAMPS Valae PARK r"REE 1 HOUR-- 2.00 Purchase-- Painter's Lot ALL SALES FINAL-- NO ORDERS PLEASE DRESS CLEARANCE Values to 14.99 7 Values to 16.99 Values to 20.00 Arnels, cottons, blends, ;tripes, plaids, checks, florals, abstracts, geometries. · MISSES · JRS. · HALF SIZES SLEEPWEAR / CLEARANCE / Reg. 2.99 ·'' " · Baby Dolls, Waltz Gowns · 65/35 Polyester/Cotton · Perma-Press · Blue, Maize, Green, Pink · Sizes 32-40 DOC MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS · Short sleeves, perma-press · 65% Polyester, 35% cotton · Fancies, stripes .solids. · Sizes 14 to 17. BOYS'DRESS SHIRTS Reg. y §Q 1.99 ^ for O» · 75% Cotton, 25% polyester · Sizes 8-16, assorted colors BOYS' SWIMWEAR /2 PRICE BOYS'CUT OFF JEANS » 50% Polyester, 50% Cotton · Assorted colors. 8-16 : Reg. 4.00 to 6.00 for Maxwell House Limit 1 With Coupon ind 55 Purchase or More Coupon Eipires July 22. 1972 "Subject to Appliriblt State I Beans Franks, Chicken, Turkey, Chopped Beef, Salisbury Steak, Macaroni Cheese, Corn Beef Hash, Meat Loaf, Haddock, Spaghetti Meat Balls, Chicken N Noodles, Macaroni Beef U.S. Govt. Inspected Fresh Mixed Parts Frying Chickens 9-oz.-12-oz. Pkg. Banquet Dinners U.S. Govt. Inspected Turkey Drumsticks U.S. Govt, Groded Choice T-Bone , L $|45 Steak 2%Hi-Nu Nil-Soft \ Reg. RQV J139 With Coupon-Coupon Cipirti luly 11, 1972 "Subject to tgglicible Stlte 1 Sales Tai" it 1 With Coupon inK S5 Putchisi or Mori Dish Washing Detergent ax -* ' 49$ 3-lb. l-oz Bex Limit 1 Witli Coupon and Purchase of IS or Mori Coupon Eisirts Juiy 22, 1972 "Suhjtct !o Ipplictolt Slat! t Locil Silts Ta« s~-\ r*-^s^^.£^ r ^^ · ~j-'~'* J ~''' \ .TOP VALUE

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