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PAGE B8 Wednesdax~ February 7, 2018 ! LIFE SPIRIT of Jli B ERSON and FARMER'S AI)VOCATE Out&abou Our weekly entertainment calendar 'Deadly Murder' I Friday, Saturday and Sunday This weekend brings three more opportunities to see Da- vid Foley's witty thriller, "Deadly Murder" at the Old Opera. House at 204 N. George St. in Charles Town. David Porter- field is directing the cast featuring Bettina Fiery, John Glymph and Charles Boyce. It's the story of Camille Dargus (Fiery), who has fought her way up from humble beginnings to a glittering Manhattan life- style. Bored at a society gala, she meets a handsome waiter (Glymph) and brings him back to her apartment. But Camille soon finds herself held hostage and must use all her wits and cunning to save her life and keep her secrets se- cret. Reserve a seat or learn more by going to the Old Opera House at 'Pirates of Penzance' I Starting Friday See Shenan Sokel, Jack Younis and other talented Shepherd University students from the Eastern Panhandle this week- end in Gilbert and Sullivan's comic operetta "Pirates of Pen- zance." The performance, put on by the university Department of Music, begins in the Frank Arts Center theater at 8 p.m. Fri- ROBERT SNYDER Bettina Fiery, John Glymph and Charles Boyce star in "Deadly Murder," the thriller that continues Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Old Opera House in Charles Town. day and Saturday and at 3 p.m. Sunday. Bobb Robinson, an adjunct professor at Shepherd, is direct- ing, with musical direction from Rob Tudor. Seating is first- come, first-served, with no reservations available. The box of- fice will open one hour prior to each performance. A general admission ticket is $15 while others - senior cit- izens, students 18 and younger, and Shepherd faculty, staff members and alums - pay $10. The play is free for Shepherd students with Rambler IDs. To learn more, call 304-876-5555 or go online to "El Norte" I Feb. 16 The Shepherdstown Film Society's spring series con- tinues with a showing of "El Norte" at 7 p.m. on Feb. 16. The free showing happens in Reynolds Hall at 109 N. King St. on the campus of Shepherd University. For details, go online to Pottery exhibit I Ongoing Anne Rule-Thompson's "The Soul-Full Cup" brings togetti--. er works by 45 artists from around the country to show off, in her words, "the beauty and intimacy of the humble cup." The exhibit happens at the Rivers Gallery and Studio in Harpers Ferry at 1346 W. Washington St. See the display- during the gallery's regular hours. To learn more, go td Photo display I Through Feb. 28 Works by photographer Tina Snyder are on display at South Jefferson Public Library in Summit Point through Feb. 28. To learn more, call 304-725-6227, go online to sojeffersonlibrary. com or get updates on the South Jefferson Public Library page on Facebook. - Compiled by Christine Snyder. Send items for this space, to her at editor@ KITTY SAVAGE A night y O 8-year-old mar- 'st i] Hotel sta a dream come true veled at the com- . " plementary cookies ' available 24-sev- Our ,kid love "Bedtimehost university. Our son had stuffed monkey, previously big city. She asked her en. When the clerk Stories, starring Adam San- hockey practice late Frida known as Curious George but students what made added, "There's dler. It s a pretty funny film evening in a town midwaynow answering only to Cap- them feel excited. Our also around the about the hotel business, in which Sandler's character re- alizes that what makes a hotel stay special is often simply just staying at a hotel. Last weekend, our youngest drove that point home. Our oldest was compet- ing in a regional high school swim meet early Saturday morning. She traveled with her team Friday afternoon and stayed at a hotel near the between our home and the tain Huggy Face,won the trip. daughter didn't hesi- next morning's swim meet. He was apparently so eager tate to answer, "Staying at a My husband and I decided to go, he borrowed Padding- hotel is pretty exciting." we'd, too, stay at a hotel Fri- ton Bear's suitcase, packed it As soon as we parked our day in order to cut down on with a change of clothes, and car in the hotel parking lot, our travel the next morning, expectantly camped outside littlest was unbuckled and ray- The minute we shared that our bedroom door for three ing to go. She sprinted down news with our younger daugh- days. Our daughter followed the sidewalk like an Olym- ter, she bubbled over with ex- her toy's lead and packed her pian, waited for the automat- citement. She got to work bag as well. ic doors to part like Moses at right away deciding which That week, one of her teach- the Red Sea, and sashayed up of her many stuffed animals ers read a story about a char- to the counter. The front desk should accompany us. Her acter being excited to visit a clerk got a chuckle when our clock coffee and tea in the breakfast room," our daughter couldn't contain herself. "Oh, Mommy! You just love cof- fee." The clerk grinned, "You haven't even seen the pool." Sure enough, after an ele- vator ride, examination of the complementary toiletries and a quick jump on each bed, we visited said pool. For an hour, our children gleefully alter- nated between swimming in the pool and relaxing in the hot tub. When it was time, for our son to go to hockey practice, our little hotel con- noisseur decided she needed a bubble bath with those free toiletries. After her bath, she and Captain Huggy Face happily. settled in for the night, snug-: gled up in the big bed with a box of cheese crackers in one, hand and the TV remote in the other. That statement she'd shared with her teacher turned out to be on the money - what's. more exciting to an 8-year- old than a night away at a great hotel? ROB SNVDER u i PE /Y, yoLI' /E otl EAT AT tE " $ FlED FEEL LIt l" f rl- To . TART TASLE/Yo0 stEEP YINEF, NE . District, Jefferson County, West property taxes, prior Deeds, NOTICE OF Virginia, and being more particu- liens, reservations, encumbranc- TRUSTEE'S SALE larly described as follows: es, restrictions, rights-of-ways, NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S All that certain lot or parcel of easements, covenants, convey- SALE is hereby given pursuant land with improvements thereon, ances and conditions of record in to and by virtue of the authority situated in the City of Charles the Clerk's office or affecting the vested in the Substitute Trust- Town, Jefferson County, West subject property. ees, Richard A. Pill, David D. Virginia, and fronting on the 2) The Purchaser shall be re- Pill, and Amanda E. Steiner, any north side of East Washington sponsible for the payment of the of whom may act, by that certain Street and more particularly de- transfer taxes imposed by the Deed of Trust dated October 26, scribed as follows: West Virginia Code 11-22-1 2010, executed by the Borrower, "Beginning at the corner of 3) The Beneficiary and/or the Joshua A. Grabiak, to J. Michael the property of E. E. Furr in the Servicer of the Deed of Trust and Cassell, the Trustee, of record northern line of E. Washington Note reserve the right to submit in the Office of the Clerk of the Street (fig. 1) thence westerly a bid for the property at sale. County Commission of Jeffer- with the northern line of said 4) The Trustee reserves the son County, West Virginia, in Street fifty two feet and six inch- right to continue sale of the sub- Book 1822, at Page 482 and re- es (52 ft. 6 inches) to the comer ject property from time to time recorded in Deed of Trust Book of another property improved by written or oral proclamation, 1844, at Page 64. At the time with a brick dwelling belonging to which continuance shall beinthe of the execution of the Deed of Charles H. Smith (fig. 2), thence sole discretion of the Trustee. Trust, this property was reported dwelling belonging northerly par- 5) The Trustee shall be under to have a mailing address of 534 allel to the line of said Furr, and no duty to cause any existing East Washington St Charles with line of said Smith, one hun- tenant or person occupying the Town, WV 25414. Richard A. dred and thirty seven feet and propertyto vacate said property, Pill, David D. Pill, andAmanda E. six inches (137 ft. 6 inches) to and any personal property and/ Steiner, PLLC were appointed as the center of said alley parallel or belongings remaining at the Substitute Trustees by a Substi- to said Washington Street fifty property after the foreclosure tution of Trustee dated February two feet and six inches (52 ft. 6 sale will be deemed to constitute 15, 2013, of record in the Clerk's inches) to the corner of said Furr ABANDONED PROPERTYAND Office in Book 1120, at Page (fig. 4)thence southerly with the WILL BE DISPOSED OF AC- 604. "lhe Borrower defaulted lineofsaid Furr one hundred and CORDINGLY. under the Note and Deed of thirty seven feet and six inches 6) The total purchase price Trust and the Substitute Trustee (137 ft. 6 inches) to the place of is payable to the Trustee within has been instructed to foreclose beginning" thirty (30) days of the date of under the Deed of Trust. Ac- Being the same property con- sale, with ten (10%) of the total cordingly, the Substitute Trustee veyed to Joshua Grabiak by the purchase price payable to the will sell the following described Deed dated September 20, 2010 Trustee at sale. property to the highest.bidder at and recorded in Deed BookRichardA. Pill, the front door of the Courthouse 1086, at Page 11, in the Office of Substitute Trustee of Jefferson County, in Charles the Clerk of the County Commis- David D. Pill, Town, West Virginia, on the fol- sion of Jefferson County, West Substitute Trustee lowing date: Virginia Amanda E. Steiner, February 22, 2018. Substitute Trustee at 5:08 p.m. TERMS OF SALE: 85 Aikens Center The property is described as 1) The property will be con- Edwin Miller Boulevard of that certain lot or parcel of veyed in an "AS IS" physical PO Box 440 land, together with the improve- condition by Deed containing Martinsburg, WV 25404 no warranty, express or implied, (304) 263-4971 ments thereon and the appur- tenances thereunto belonging, subject to the Internal Revenue situate in Charles Town Corp. Service right of redemption, all 1/31/3t The Old Opera House Theatre Company presents Full of twists and turns, bluffs and double bluffs, this brilliantly intricate thriller will be one step ahead of you all the way! i;i iF:i i:!ii i !:i i!;i i4' :I~i~ "*~- ~{~i::~i~ ~-~i~g{iiii ]i i]~i~::ii~'i~i,~::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~ = . / i: , ~,'," ~ ~ *:~:~ a~*:::::*: ::::: ::;::: :::: :: ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : Deadly Murder is staged by arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. A Community Thrift Store 115 N. Charles St Charles Town (304) 725-6605 Operated by dedicated volunteers; all proceeds are used to enhance programming and maintain Charles Town's historic 01d Opera House. The Old Opera House 204 N. George Street Charles Town, WV 25414 (304) 725-4420