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lO 8PIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 5,1978 KEARNEYSVILLE Mrs. Wallace Welsh Christmas morning was extra special to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Smallwood, for their infant son Christopher Michael, received the sacrament of Holy Baptism, by Rev. Bronson Staley at the Grace United Church of Christ. Witnessing this special occasion were his grandmother, Mrs. Robert E. Welsh, Jr.; grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smallwood, great- grandmothers, Mrs. Earl Welsh and Mrs. Virginia Householder and other relatives, Bobby and Melinda Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welsh and Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Welsh and sons. Christopher's grandfather WElsh was unable to attend due to illness.. Welcome to the community Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Henderson and family, who moved adjacent to the Presbyterian Church. They foremerly resided in Ranson. Mrs. Lee Gately, Laurel, Md.. has been a houseguest of Mrs. Virginia Everhart and family during the Christmas holidays. Holiday visitors of Mr.a nd Mrs. Robert Whitmore and son were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Whitmore, Winchester, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Monte Stuckey and family, June Prush and Mr. and Mrs. Newton Stuckey. Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hilliard and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kearns went with the Willetts Tour Bus from Frostburg, Md., for a seven day visit to Florida. During the week they enjoyed Disney World, the water show at Cypress Gardens, the glass IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA By W.H.S. White, Jr., Deputy Commissioner of Forfeited and Delinquent Lands of Jefferson County, West Virginia, Plaintiff Versus W. A. Higgs; Emma K. Higgs; Mrs. E. B. Furr; Mrs. F. C. M. Hockensmith; B. F. Higgs; E. E. Higgs; E. K. Higgs; James A. Higgs; Charlotte A. Higgs; Willie M. Higgs; Evelyn M. Higgs; Richard V. Higgs; Oliver W. Higgs; Jefferson Bank and Trust Company and J. R. Lewis, Executors of the Last Will and Testament of W. A. Higgs, deceased; and all other persons interested in the subject matter of this action whose names are unknown to plaintiff and who are made defendants by the general description of unknown defen- dants, Defendants. 77-C-431 ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of the above en- titled action is to obtain an order of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, directing the sale for the benefit of the school fund of all lands included in this action. Land included in this suit, legal description, former owner in whose name said land was forfeited or returned delinquent, and the names of such other defendants as may he interested in the same are as follows: Lot No. 40, in Block 160 of Ranson Corporation, sold to the State for the delinquent taxes of W. A. Higgs' heirs; the other persons having an interest in said land are Emma K Higgs; Mrs. E. B. Furr; Mrs. F.C.M. Hocken- smith; B. F. Higgs; E. E. Higgs; E. K. Higgs; James A. Higgs; Charlotte A. Higgs; Willie M Higgs; Evelyn M. Higgs; Richard V. Higgs; Oliver W. Higgs; Jefferson Bank and Trust Company and J. R. Lewis, Executors of the Last Will and Testament of W. A. Higgs deceased; the total amount due is $356.40. Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter IIA, Article 4, Section 12 of the West Virginia Code, as amended, it is ORDERED that each of the defendants do serve upon W.H.S. White, Jr., plain- tiff's attorney, whose address is City Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, 25414, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action, including applications for permission to redeem said tract as provided by law, on or before the 23rd day of January, 1978; otherwise judgment by default may he taken against them at any time thereafter. A copy of the complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk this 19th day of December, 1977. Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia Dec. 22-3t bottom boats at Silver Springs, Sea World and on their return home, they were treated to a New Year's Eve party at the Holiday Inn in Lumberty, North Carolina. Holiday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Norval Johnson, Sr., were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norval Johnston, Elmira, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stanley and Mrs. Ruth Triggs, Mr. and Mrs. Timmie Smith. Michael Need, Arlington, Va., spent several days during the holidays with Mrs. Salome Sturgis. The Edgewood Homemakers Extension Club will meet Wednesday, January 11, 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Wallace Welsh with the lesson on "The Energy Users and You", to he presented by Mrs. Darwin Youler. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Youler hosted a Christmas party at the Jefferson Community Center for over 100 family and friends. The hall was decorated for the holiday season. The guests enjoyed a buffet supper and dancing to the music of Craig Rockwell and his band. Those who attended were from Penn., Va., Maryland and points in West Virginia. It was a busy day Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer when all their family got together, being Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones and family, Mrs. Ann Andagon, Angela and Alyssa, Craigsville, W. Va.; Mrs. Judy Williams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Braithwaite and family, Mr. and .Mrs. Edgar Mason and children, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Athey and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rickard and family, and Steve Creamer and son. CAllers were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Woods and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Youler. New Year's supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Hamstead were their son David from Oxen Hill, Md., and son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Braum Hamstead, Martinsburg. Callers through the holidays of Mr. and Mrs. James Miller were Mrs. Fannie Custer, Lewis Upwright, Rub Bodkins and IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF WEST VIRGINIA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, V. BANK OF CHARLES TOWN, Trustee, and Unknown heirs of MARTHA BYRD BAMFORD ANDERSON, and UNKNOWN Defendants, Defendants Civil Action No. 77-00024.M NOTICE AND ORDER OF PUBLICATION To: UNKNOWN HEIRS OF MARTHA BYRD BAMFORD ANDERSON Addresses Unknown UNKNOWN DEFENDANTS, Addresses Unknown You are hereby notified that a Complaint has been filed in the Office of the Clerk of the United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia, in an active seeking judgment for the payment, application and use of the trust res, an amount in excess of $II,000.00, held by the Bank of Charles Town, Charles Town, West Virginia as trustee under the will of MARTHA BYRD BAMFORD ANDERSON. It appearing that there are or may be persons otr than those named above as defendants who are heirs of said MARTHA BYRD BAMFORD AN- DERSON, claiming an interest in said estate, whose names are unknown to the plaintiff, they are made parties to this action as unknown heirs and unknown defendants. You are further notified that if you claim any interest in said estate, you are required to serve upon plaintiff's attorney at the address herein designated within thirty days after January 5, 1978, the date of the last publication of this notice, an answer identifying the estate in which you claim to have an interest, stating the nature and extent of the interest claimed. Otherwise judgment by default will be taken against you at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can he obtained from the Clerk of the United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia, Elkins, West Virginia 26241. STEPHEN G. JORY United States Attorney By: William D. Wilmoth Assistant United States Attorney P.O. BOx 591 Wheeling, West Virginia 26OO3 Dec. 22-3t Earl Luckett and Anna Mary l Willingham. They had as dinner guests New Year's day, Mrs. Ethel Cox, Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, Bobby Miller and Susan Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Putman and daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Buckey Stolipher and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barrett enjoyed supper out in Hagerstown, on New Year's. Roy and Madaline's two granddaughters Cheri and Debbie, spent several days through the holidays. Mrs. Edith Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall had as dinner guests on Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Daughtery, Mrs. Darlene Stride and sons, Ronald Pittsnogle, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Walls. Other callers through the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Ingrum, Front Royal, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Wyndham, Frederick, Md.; Mrs. Dorothy Thomas and Kenny, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thomas and Shelly, Mrs. Betty Padgett, Mrs. Charlotte Padgett, Steve Myers. On Friday, Mrs. Edith Thomas spent the day with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Foltz, Hagerstown, and also spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Walls. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Russell hosted a family dinner Christ- mas day, with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hough, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry and daughter, all of Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chamblin and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton McDonald and Chad, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grove and daughters, Carolyn Nichols and Leiha.. Late callers were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Henry and son. Also, throughout the holidays, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Potter called on the family. New Year's day visitors of the family were Mrs. Tucky Corbin and daughters Carla Kaye and granddaughter Amber of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Diggs and children spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Diggs, Frederick. The five sons, Kenneth, Calvin, Frank, Donald and Bobby, and their families en- joyed Christmas with their mother, Mrs. Myda Thompson. She also was visited by her brother, Bill Welsh, Baltimore, Md., and later in the week was called upon by Mr. and Mrs. t Butch Braithwaite and Denise, Willie Constant and Bobby. Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Youler and children were her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Strushensky and family, Johnstown, Pa., and visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Strushensky and Amy and Mr. and ,Mrs. Russell Youler, Sommerset, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Creamer had as dinner guests Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and children, Keedysville, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry McDonald and daughters, Dick and Mary Francis and Ginger. All the family enjoyed supper at a restaurant and on New Year's they motored to Keedysville for supper with the Wilson's. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welsh and Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and daughter and grandson Allen Miller, Terry Owens-spent the New Year'g weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Max Hutzler and family, Olnev Hills, III Md. Callers of" the Velsh's through the holidays were Miss Joyce Kilmer, Memphis, Tenn., and they also had a family get together on Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Smallwood and Chris, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Baker, Mrs. Robert Welsh and family and Wallace Welsh and sons, Mrs. William Fellers and Helen enjoyed visiting through the holidays with friends and relatives who dropped by their home, who were Mrs. Jenet Whitmore and Jaye, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Potter, Mrs. Pearl Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. John McCarty, Mrs. Margie Johnson, Kelly Potter, Mrs. Linda Brooks, Staunton, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crowl, Mrs. Patricia Rock- well, Roger Potter and Shelly, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stanley, Sharon Penwell and daughter. A family get-together was enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eisenhart and sons with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eisenhart, Mr. and Mrs. James i Eisenhart and family, Mr. and: Mrs. Don E. Eisenhart, all of Hagerstown, Md.; Mrs. Alma Foley, Scott and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Willingham and Anna Mary. Supper guests on New Year's of Mr. and Mrs. Norval Johnston were Mr. and Mrs. David Smith, Kim Sirk, David Morgan Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Smith, An- drew Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Judy and Chad and Mrs. Salome Sturgis. Mrs. Harry Creamer and her granddaughters spent some time on the road visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rickard and family, Purcellville, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kuchnicki and daughter, Fairfax, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Glasscock, Reston, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gentry, Forrestville, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stotler, College Park Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rickard, Mt. Mission. Mrs. Charles Brown hosted the December meeting of the Edgewood Homemakers Club with 14 members present. Her home was decorated for Christmas. As the members entered they placed their gifts for their secret pals under the Christmas tree. President Mrs. Henry McDonald, opened and led the group in the Lord's Prayer. For devotions, Mrs. Harold Burhman read the Christmas story from St. Luke and prayer. Members answered roll call with something per- taining to Christmas. During the business meeting, it was decided to change the visit to Locust Grove Nursing Home from Christmas to Valentines Day; several notes were given from the minutes of the last council meeting; Mrs. Robert Brady told of remodeling plans for the Jefferson Community Center; several projects were discussed. Following the meeting, the hostess passed out Christmas gifts and secret pals were revealed, and drawing of names for 1978. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Virginia Howell spent several days with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Willingham over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Foutz were Chrismtas day dinner guests at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Basore, Todd, Kim and Heather. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welsh had their sons, Robert, Donald, Wally and Richard, and families, home for Christmas. They also enjoyed visits from their grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Smallwood and Christopher. Tami Jo Scott spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Berlin Moyers and brother. On January 3, she will report to the Navy Recruiting office in Martinsburg, where she 1 will recruit for 30 days. On Feb. [ Peter -..,,.,6.e,., M- rlm,ah rtv 10, she will fly to Sicily to spend TO Seek Re-Elion 18 months. While there, she will have the opportunity to travel throughout Europe. Tami ]AS' . Magistrate graduated 3rd in her class at Millington, Tenn., on December 12. She was a 1977 graduate of Jefferson High, and is now a qualified airplane mechanic, including engines. Tami is quite a remarkable young lady. Not So Clear "So it worries you when your husband talks in his sleep." "Yes, doctor--he's so in- distinct." Peter H. Dougherty, Jefferson Co. Magistrate, announced today that he will seek election to the office he presently holds. , Dougherty was appointed upon i the vacancy of H. W. Morrow, Jr. The appointment order, signed last September I, was "signed by both Circuit Court Judges, Pierre Dostert and Vance Sencindiver. Dougherty was the only Magistrate available during nuch of his office when other lower court Day was rec October through Citing his as Magistrate, cases during hiz months in office experience as a and Parole Probation position. Although calls for endless availability, the enjoys his job. "It'S way to serve the that's what I'm doing". /i EVANS MARKET Rte. No. 9 East - Charles Town, W.Va. PHONE: 725 - 9642 We wish to thank everyone who patronized us over the past year, and remind you we are open year round 6 days a week. So, stop in and look around. WINNER OF FREE GIFT: CARRIE L. LYNN- CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. 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