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24 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1978 'F' assistance in the construction of ,;_; :_ _______;,;,=_ :_--_ ;- Little men .... , Donald F. Wab0n Watson ofRFD, Kearneysville,W'"' .o., 0oded, Council a sewer system in the cor-] honors from annnin00a _.Tn ......NP-fl h. be. appoin00d to non. m ICause Of "rw0 Worlds porationof Shepherds,own. , men. BII WIll Statusln Air Force theO.s. AirFo,00e. 00eth"Feb. 9 Tired of Iookin SAN ANTONIO -- Donald F. The newly selected sergeant completed required training in NOTICE OF management, leadership, SALE OFVALUABLE human relations and NCO REAL ESTATE responsibilities, before being In execution of a certain deed considered for this new rank. of trust dated April 15, 1974, to Sergeant Watson is an outside Lee Bushong, as Trustee, wire and antenna maintenance recorded in the Office of the repairman at the USAF Cryp- Clerk of the County Court of tologic Depot in San Antonio. Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 373 at page 413, The sergeant is a 1970 default having been made in the graduate of Charles Town High payment of the debit therein School. His wife, Teresa, is the secured, and being required by daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray R. the beneficiary so to do, the Turner of RFD Kearneysville. undersigned Trustee will offer for sale at Public Auction, at the front door of the Court House in Charles Town, West Virginia on Friday, March 17, 1978, at 10:00 A.M., ES.T., all that certain FINANCIAL STATEMENT CHARLES TOWN SEWER DEPT. July 1,1976 thru June 30, 1977 tract 'or parcels' of land situated RECEIPTS on Cave Road in Jefferson Cash Balance 6-50-76 3,677.57 County, West Virginia, SewerFees& described with reference to plat Penalties 105,990.26 of Charles R. Atherton, dated 9- Ranson Sower Dept.-Exp. 37-68, attached to deed from Fee 22,057.82 Walter Lewis Nails etal. to Carl Misc. Collections & 731.59 126,819.67 132,497.24 (117,259.32) T.Dreigus etal. dated January 4, Refunds 1969, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of said County in Deed Book 302 at page 356, as follows, to-wit: FIRST PARCEL: "Beginning Total orders issued at a point in the center line of Cave Road 'West Virginia Cash Bal.6.30-77 Secondary State Route No. 36' State Sinking Fund common corner with Pringie Depreciation Fund and Allara; thence N. 67 degrees State Cutup. Comm. 37' E a distance of 10.8 feet to a Petty Cash point near a corner post in the line of Pringle; thence by lands Total Cash Balance .of Pringle, following the existing 6-30-77 fence line, the following two courses and distances: N. 35 degrees 30' E. a distance of 316.6 feet, and S. 58 degrees 00' E. a distance of 173.5 feet to a corner 15,237.92 25,120.17 694.74 154.22 10.00 41,217.06 CLA881FIED DISBURSEMENTS CHARLES TOWN SEWER DEPT. July 1,1976- June 30, 1977 post; thence by a new line, now Administration: made a boundary to the Dreifus J" Robert Cain 1,386.72 reserved lands, S. 23 degrees 40' Salaries-Plant W. a distance of 410.8 feet to a Theodore J. Viands 10,951.51 point in the center line of the Francis L.Welch, Jr. 7,646.24 Cave Road aforesaid thence by the center line of said Cave Road 18,597.75 aforesaid the following two Labor-Maint. courses and distances: N. 41 HerhertG.McDaniel 882.07 degrees 43' W.a distance of 248.4 Greg Mills 436.34 feet to a point, and N. 27 degrees Curtis Benjamin 671.01 25' W. a distance of 23.5 feet to Martin Durst 818.20 the point of beginning, con- EdwardPurkey 566.86 taining a total of 1.78 acres Franklin Painter 304.70 more or less"; and also, Kenneth Cross 170.25 SECOND PARCEL Paul Plotner 11.13 "Beginning at a post in the StanleySee 6.50 northern or northeastern line of Roy Hammer 6.59 Cave Road known as Route No. 36, which said post lies about 11 3,873.65 feet from the center of said Cave Supplies & Expense Road and is in the easternmost Russell Baddorf 193.50 line of the 1.78 acre tract Burroughs corp. 245.04 hereinbefore mentioned, which ,Cities SupplyCo. 152.35 line is shown on the Atherton City of Charles Town 133.10 plat of 9-27-68 attached to said Community Oil Co. 207.22 deed; thence with the original Concrete Products of easternmost line of said 1.78 America 181.30 acre parcel, reversing said line Direct Line Lab Inc. 283.78 N. 23 degrees 40' E. about 250 Marvin Dodson 53.00 feet to the intersection of a new Martin E. Durst. 64.00 fence erected by mutual Ecodyne-Smith Loveless agreement of the parties; thence Div. 285.03 following such a new fence a Frank C.FrantzCo. 1,500.00 generally southeasterly Frederick Trading Co. 653.18 direction about 17 feet to a new General Telephene Co. 406.14 corner post; thence continuing Green ChemicaICo. 94.95 with a new fence in a generally Hngerstown Equip. Co. 495.81 southwesternly direction to the Heart-O-Town Motor Inn 211.57 point or place of beginning"; CarltonHousden 88.37 'assumed to contain ap- Horizon Ecology Co. 59.05 proximately V4 of an acre'S; International Chemicals Said two parcels being now Corp. improved, and fenced as one Jefferson MachineCo. The flooded, and in-clngged Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers did cause some concern Friday for residents residing near, and-or, having property along their hanks, especially in the Shepherdstown, harpers Ferry and the Millville and Bloomery areas. As in the above picture taken at "Big Eddy", along the Shenandoah River on Friday afternoon, there was not only huge junks of ice piled up along the hanks of both the Shenan- doah and Potomac River, but as can be seen in the background in HARPER8 FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid jdlconimo Officers for the Bolivar Civic Association for 1978 are: president, Reid Geronimo; vice president, Gilbert Smallwond; secretary, Mrs. Frances Elsea; treasurer, Mrs. Mary Lan- caster; chairman, Ways and Means, Mrs. Patsy Dopson. Their dream for the year is to seethe Community Center built, along with the mayor and councilmen of Bolivar. After talking with so many people of Bolivar, they would like to see it built also for the many services it would provide. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eisea attended the revival meeting of the picture there was a huge ice jam on the south side of the Shenandoah River. But for- tunately the north side and much of the center of the river remained relative clear of the ice junks and did not cause any real obstruction to the water flOW. Both the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers did flood in some spots after the two days of above freezing temperatures the Rev. David Nunn, held at the Holiday Inn at Tysons Corner on Saturday. They spent the night with their/son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Shepherd in Lovettsville, Vs. Mr. Gilbert Creamer and daughters from Martinsburg, visited Mrs. Hilda Creamer and Mrs, Carrie Donivan last Thursday. Mr. Walter Jenkins, Mr. Leon Edwards, Mr. Wilber Bond, and Mr. Lewis Nichols, motored to Morgantown Sunday to attend the service of Mr. John J. Howard, a former resident of Harpers Ferry. He is a retired section Thursday night, served to check the thaw and also prevented any serious flooding. The ice jams in sections of both the Potomac and Shonandnah Rivers, held back some of the water. For the most part both rivers did reach flood stage in + many places in the county, but i only in a limited number of The Jefferson County Arts Council will present "Two Worls of Andrew Wyeth: Kuerner's and Olson's" at the next regular meeting, February 9, at 8 p.m., at the Men's Club in Shepherd- stown. The program is a 40 slide library accompanied by a narration of Thomas Hoving, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Wyeth is one of the most famous artists in our time, for his appeal goes beyond what we see to what we feel. It has been said that "Wyeth makes you feel the mystery of fog or he shares with you the slience of attics or a milk shed". His paintings are relevant to our own community, with its weathered barns, patches of brambles along a fence row, hunting dogs with an ear cocked to a special sound. The slide presentation will feature pre-studies and pain- tings of the land, buildings and people of Karl Kuerner's farm in Pennsylvania, and Christina Olson's hosue in Maine -- the most important environments of the artist's life. The Arts Council invites the public to attend. There is no places did it move out of its charge for admission. Following hanks and with the exception of the program, there will be a short business meeting. which brought on a heavy thaw, spots where the secondary roads but fortunately the freezing run close to the river banks was FHAAIIII(I A n temperatures and high winds there any blockage of roads b r "'"'vv---Lfvv" which moved into the county and the high waters. [ln Fo['. telegraph operation and also a Stmday dinner guests of Mr. aria -If0r Shenherdstown recorder for the Town of Har- Mrs. James Hammond in I r--- . pers Ferry. Mr. Earl Rowland from Brunswick, Md., visited his mother, Mrs. Mattie Singhas on Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bartlett and family from Jefferson, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. David Jones on Sunday. SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss IAiltan Myers Meeting of the Shenandoah Junction Ruritan Club was held Monday, January I, at the Village House. Guest speaker for the evening was Mr. George Tabb, retired soil con- servationist who gave a talk on this subject. The club set the date of March 11 from noon to 8 p.m. to hold their annual pan- cake supper. Mrs. Pearl Nuckles and daughter Patricia, have moved to Winchester, Va., where they will make their home. Miss Camilla Wiltshire has returned home after having spent the past six weeks with her nephew and niece, the Rev. and Mrs. Dargan Lucas, in Cum- berland, Va. Miss Camilla Wiltshire, Mr. and Mrs. James Hammond, and Miss Lillian Myers were recent 682.91 297.20 contiguous property, and being Jefferson Publishing Co. 65.96 the same conveyed by deed from Jefferson Tobacco Co. 191.94 Mae C. Driefus, widow, dated LoyShingleton&Caryle 2,651.64 February 13, 1971, recorded in :Leupold&Stevons 65.43 You've Got said Clerk's Office in Deed Book Magaba Inc. 410.12 325 at page 616, subject only to Martin Marietta Agg. 535.09 obligations to maintain fencing, Plummerconst.Inc. 134.27 Better Thinqs and encroachment, if any, of Public Service Comm. 165.74 said Cave Road. Charles F. Printz. & CO. 8,345.00 TODo The undersigned qualified as Shenandoah Qnarry 261.72 mmm "+:: substitute Trustee in the place Simre Corp. 1,835.70 1 and stead of said Lee Bushong, 178.94 Than lJb And -" Trustee, now deceased, by an Hdwe. CO. 72.93 Wax Floors + Order of the Circuit Court of Theod0reJ.Viands 183.12 : i Jefferson County, West Virginia Wallace & Tiernan 356.45 69.00 J. RUSSEU. mITTS & SON, 309 W. WASHINGTON STREET Chorles Town, W. Vo. 304 - 725 - 5ST 1 GAFST,00JT ShNt V'myl moo00 Come in today and see or GAFSTAR e Foanaft . "wax-free" floors. They are so easy to care for and just an occasional damp mopping or mechanical buffing restores the desired gloss. GAFSTAR e Foan'raft floors are available in an exciting array of patterns and colors and are simple and easy to install yourselfl entered on the 17th day of January, 1978. Terms will be as follows: One-third cash on day of sale, balance in two equal in- stallments, evidenced by the notes of the purchaser, hearing even date with day of sale, payable on or before one and two years after date respectively, bearing interest from date at six '8' percent per annum, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, and assignment of fire insurance in a reasmmble amount upon the buildings thereon, if any, with the privilege to the purchaser of paying all cash on day of sale or increasing the cash payment as he may desire. Any sale hereunder may be adjoined by the Trustee from time to time as he may deed advisable in his discretion, .and no additional advertising shall be required except the publication once of the original advertisement with notice d such adjournment appended thereto. Said property is improved by a very attractive residence. Roger J. Perry, Trustee IIII I III NORMANDY BRICK PAl"fERN Water Poll. Control Fed. Manley Regan Chem. Inc. 780.00 Oxford Chemicals 609.68 Whitmore Lumber Co. 127.68 Williams Motor Parts 174.02 Zepp Mfg. Co. 424.06 Charles Town Water Dept. 9,183.65 Aggregate less than $50.00 527.70 31,658.94 Power & Lights Potomac Edison Co. 11,557.61 Insurance Smith Nadenbeusoh Ins. Co. 925.00 W. Va. Public Employees Ins. Board 964.84 iJm7.94 Bonds & Interest Sinking Fund Com. of W. Va. 43,833.30 Cempensatien-Prem. W. Va. Workmen's Comp, Fund 562.39 Retirement Expense Social Security rot. Fund 1,392.19 W. Va. Pub. Employees ' Pet. System 2,50e.m 3,901.12 Total CbecksWritten 117,259.32 Feb. 2-It Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morris who recently married, have moved to their home here. We #elcome them to our com- munity and wish them much happiness. Education is the art of learning to read. Announcement was made this week by U.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd, of West Virginia, that over $6.millinn in loans and grants have been released from the Farmers Home Administration to II counties in West Virginia, including one loan in Jefferson County. The Jefferson County loan is in the amount of $528,000.00 for at the same walls? i Change them with wall coverings from RIDDLEBE 211 W. Washington St. Phone: 725-2624 PRESCRIPTION8 FILLED ACCURATELY &: RAPIDLY We Know Our Our pharmacists take pride in giv- ing you fast, emcient service... backed by years of experience. See us for all your pharmaceutical needS. STUCK & ALGER PHARMACY, DIAl, 725-2621--('HARLES TOWN Hours: Daily 8:30 A.M. toI0 P.M. Sundays - 12 to ! :00 P.M. 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