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SPIRIT OF 3E, FFER qON FARMI ,R'g ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1966 A--8 Notice Of Sale Of Valuable side of said property. Said lot was conveyed to the plaintiff and de- fendant by Edward Lancaster and wife by deed dated April 27, 1956, 'Real Estate and recorded in said Clerk's ------- Office in Deed Book 211, at page Default having been made in 488. the provisions of that certain PARCEL C. All that certain deed of trust dated August 14, parcel of real estate improved 1957, made by Louise Krieg, wid- by two houses, etc, thereon, one ow, to Forrest A. Brown, Trustee, fronting on Lawrence Street and of record in the Office of the the other on North Street, situate Clerk of the County Court of Jeff- in Charles Town, and being Lot erson County, West Virginia, in No. 1 on a plat made by J. Jas, Deed Book No. 220, page 156, and Skinner, S. J. C. on September in the payment of the indebted. 25 1956 and recorded in Deed hess secured thereby, and the ben Book 214 at page 233, with deed eficiary of said deed of trust hay- to Elsie Virginia Painter (Lot ing required her so to do, the No. 2) and described therein as undersigned Trustee (having fo!!ows, to-w~t: been substituted as Trustee for Beginning at a point in the said Forrest A. Brown, now de- east line of North Lawrence ceased, by order of~ the Circuit Street, corner with Painter, then. Court of ,Jefferson County, West ce N 17 52' W 54.8 feet with the Virginia, made and entered on line of said Street to the corner November 19 1965 in a certain of the bouse fronting thereon at motion therein pending entitled the intersection of said street Robert R. Smith, et al, vs. Ann with North Street, thence with " exe u ion of the litter's south line N 72 10' E tIufna el, et al), in c t said deed of trust and pursuant 13,5.2 feet to a post, thence S 16 to the provisions thereof, will 51 E 55,5 feet to a stake, corner sell at public auction at the front with. Painter, thence w~h the door of the Court House of Jeff- norm line ox said lo~ l~o. z, b "/z erson County in Charles Town, 30 W 134;2 feet to the point of West Virginia, on Saturday, April beginning.' 2, 1966, at 10:00 A. M. E. S T., Parcel A is located in one of the following real estate, to:wit the most desirable residential dis Al.1 thta crte ain lot or'parcel tricts in Charles Town. Parcels of land with dwelling house and B and C are nowrental propert- other improvements thereon, : ms. ~.'ach of me three properues fronting on the east side of King wiu De sola separately, ror in- Street (also called Upper Street)spection of the premises, Call m" the Villaue~ of Middleway, in Kenneth_ . W..Metz Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, i W~sl~R~gin(~~ ~A ...... which was cor~veyed to the said ~ L~:: one-mira Louise Krieg~ by Helen A. Z. (~) of the purchase money, or White, widow by deed dated so much more as the purchaser August 13, 1954, recorded in the may elect to pay, cash in hand Office of the Clerk of the County on the day of the sale, with the Court of Jefferson County, West remaining unpaid balance to be Virginia, in Deed Book No. 200, paid in two equal installments, at page 425. the first due one year after the Terms: One-third cash on day date of the sale, and the second of sale, balance in two equal in- due two years after the date of n idenced the the sale, with stud unpmd balance stallme ts, ev by t notes of the purchaser, bearing o bear interest at the rate of even date with day of sale, pay- 6% per annum, payable annually, able on or before one and two the purchaser to execUteehisoin'refre years after date respectively, bearducat-CreStsafores:bearing notes th ing interest from date at six per aid, said notes to be cent per annum, payable semi-secured by a first deed of trust annually, secured by deed of:on the said property to be sold trust upon the property sold; or, ROGER J PERRY at option of purchaser, the whole Bonded Special Commissioner. amount may be paid in cash. KENNETH W METZ, L. C. BRISCOE, Special Commissioner Substituted Trustee CLARENCE E. MARTIN, JR. Auctioneer: . Special Commissioner PAUL E. MILLER, JR. I, Mary Lynn Riggleman, Clerk March 10-4-t. of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, hereby ~Tl~rIWl'~.h"~ .~4 ~AYJI~certify that the above named ~ v ~ ~a:~ x]~ ~a.~ Roger J. Perry, has given bond as _ m _ ._ required by the said decree with Pursuant to a oecree o~ the surer- a"-roved b- --e . y pp y lI~ . Cwcmt Court of Jefferson County MARY LYNN RIGGLEMAN, West Virginia, made and entered Clerk ......... "2 . .... i Of LdrCult L, ourl: OI on the 9th day of March, i~ti~ m Jefferso- County Civil Action Number 789, entitled Mar~ i~ a~ ~" Dorothy H. Henesy, Plaintiff, vs. [ ....... ""~" Darwin M. Henesy, defendant, we! ~ ,. ~. . o will on Saturday the 9th day ofi ~0n~ ~[en{~mg April, 1966, at the front door of[ the Court House of Jefferson[ FROM PAGE 1--h County. West Virginia, in Charles ! ....... Town, West Virginia, at 11:00 A. I Neea constimuonal Changes M. o'clock of that day, offer for[ Governments, like peoples sale to the highest bidders, the change and must be kept abreast following described three parcels of the times and this has nol of real estate, all located in the been done in West Virginia or in Town of Charles Town, West Vir. many county and local ruling ginia: bodies. He said the Constitutioz of West Virginia was designe( more than a hundred years age for a rural state. If West Vi~ PARCEL A. That certain lot with a residence thereon located on the west side of South Mildred Street in said town, said lot being designated as Lot No. 13 in the plat of the subdivision of the land of the Hunters heirs, said plat being recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of said Jefferson County, in Deed Book 97 at page 394. Said lot fronts 66 feet on said street and extends back 165 feet to the cen- ter of an alley in the rear thereof. Said lot was conveyed to the plain tiff and the defendant by Guy P. Ebersole and Grace E. Ebersole husband and wife by deed dated March 26, 1956 and recorded in the said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 211 at page 489 PAI~CEL B. All that lot with house thereon, fronting 84 feet, more or less, on the northern side. of West Congress Street in the block between West Street and Water Street, with a depth of 133 feet, more or less, and also the right to use an adjacent strip of land as an alley along the east Powerhd built-ln IIOY. AC Motor Pull trigger to spray paJnt~ varnish, enemel, mothproolrer~ gerden sprays, weed killerS, let, sactlcldes. Fester then a brmltib easier te clean, too. Completely self onteLned, tW~ Sapphire nozz|as, Inst~t hee~JP or light spray edjustment. 24-oge Iffa(luated Jet. Foolproof en(I trouble*free. ONLY 13.95 Valley Hardware Co. West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725.5U3 ,, ,,, L , .... ginia is to provide the kind of progressive and good governmen~ it's people should have there will have to be some kind of consti. tutional revision, the speaker de- clared. It was at this point tha' he strongly urged the people tc support four proposed amend meats to the West Virginia Con- stitution to be voted on in the November election The amend meat to permit the legislature to raise or lower the number of circuit court judges within a cir- cuit, will provide for more speedy handling of law matters; the a- mendment which permits con. stitutional amendments to be voted on in special elections as well as general elections, is also a change badly needed, the speak- er said. Then he gave illustrat. ions to why the proposed amend- ment which would permit a gov. ernor to succeed himself, is so badly needed; as well as the one which increases the ~alary of West Virginia legislators and lengthen the legislative sessions to 60 days each year. Stu Yarbro, manager of Charles Town Radio Station WXVA, ser- ved as toastmaster for the dinner program and the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor of St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Ranson, pro- nounced the invocation. Ron Evans, president of the Jaycees, extended welcome to the guests and Gary M. Kable, who served as Chairman of the DSA dinner program, introduced Dean Selby to the group. Special guests introduced were: Aaron Zimmerman of Martins- burg, International Vice-Presi- dent of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and Mrs. Zimmerman; William (Pap) Jackson, President of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce; Joseph Warren- feltz, of Charles Town, an Inter- national Councilor for Lions In- ternational; F. S. Woodford, Pres- ident of Charles Town Kiwanis Club; Mrs. Manning Kelley, Jr., President of Charles Town Jun. ior Woman's Club; Harry Black- ford, Vice-President of the Char- les Town Citizen's Fire Company; C. F. Reininger, President of the Independent Fire Company. All past DSA winners present, were also introduced, and also Voting was very light in I about every precinct in the ! county throughout most of Tues-t ~S~ ......... ,s~s~ day morning, but it picked up ................................. about mid-afternoon. And in late evening it was actually heavy in some precincts. The vote had been labulated in the precincts and was in the :' Landowners Board of Education offices Tues- day ewe'hint and the tabulation FROM PAGE 1--A completed there by 9:30. Had the bond issue been up- presented Clifford Umscheid, proved the $1,700,000 would have ............................................................ owner and resident at Cliff's been used to construct a consolid- ~!~::~ii:!~ii!iiii!iiiiiiili!! View Farm near Kabletown who ated high school for 10 through presided for the meeting at tern- 12 grades of the students of the porary.chawman.. Harpers Ferry-Charles Town area i i umscneia presentea a brief, but and a new elementary school to enlightening and interesting his- serve the Itarpers Ferry, Baker. re ;I tory of the "Wild Rivers Bill," ton and Millville areas; a new and the rights and powers it will elementary school to serve the give the Federal Government in Leetown, Kearnewsville and the sk ! m it's present form. He pointed out Shenandoah Junction areas; and that onJan. 13th of1966, agroup a new elementary school to serve ]I I { 99 of property owners along the the Middleway, Summit Point, Shenandoah River in Jefferson Kabletown and Rippon areas I~ County readanewsstoryinthe would also have provided ad'dit- ')ski !Io [[ } i 79C Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate ions to the Shepherdstown High stating that the Jefferson county School. the Ranson elementary section of the Shenandoah River School the Blue Ridge Schoo~ ~ and the Cacapon River had been and the present Charles Tow~ rg[I ( i }[[ $ [ included in the "Wild Rivers High School which would haw Bill." been converted to a junior higl 11 Rivers Bill was first presented The election was the culmina1 rd$ ' l s []S 77c to the U. S. Senate a year ago ion of a little more than a yea it dealt only with five rivers in of working, studying and plar the states of Oregon, Idaho, Wy- ning a program of improving the (Coupon Worth c P rch fee) oming and New Mexico. The Ca- county's school system facilitic capon River was under study by a special 70-member advisor tile[ { ! I I |us a 19g then, but was not incfuded in the council, the Jefferson Count bill: At that time the ShenandoahBoard of Education and the ma~ River was not even mentioned in persons who worked for succea the bill, he said. of the levy in the special Tuck, nc0 [C ;[ I][ Itr]I ] Slices L $119 The U. S. Senate consideredday election. B this bill for about a year, dur- A statement from the Board c End Slices ing which time numerous publicEducation this morning (Thur~ ~- iii --ii V .... 10--~ bai 49c hearings were held in the states day) said: after reviewing an( concerned, discussing the results of the elec~ Then on Jan. 6, 1966, the Pc- ion it is not disappointed over th tomac River Interim Report was results and it will continue to d forwarded by the Secretary ofanything and everything possibb Interior, Stewart Udall, to Pres- with the present school facilitie S ~li I I i] P0'[| l0 bag 59c ident Johson for his considerat, to do the best for the county' ion and recommendations to school children., We will continue on re t e*rt te to tu ya la ot e cou, ...... i ...... Congress could have possibly con- will ultimately have modern fa sidered putting the Shenandoah cilities for all our county sty River into the "Wild Rivers Bill," dents. We also wish to expres i~ ',~, ea~; 6 ! Umscheid stated. Just 12 days appreciation to the citizens a( P later the U. S Senate passed Bill visory committee, the press an, i !! -S-1446 after it had been amended radio and to all those who helped ] Co q 6 qoo to include both the Jefferson with the proposed schools im County section of the Shenan- provement program and the bond P doah River, and the Cacapon levy legislation.' River. This action was taken be- )llla II I 7: *1 fore any public hearings on the i:~a~l, decision was held, even though |IO|IR the original bill stipulated that ........... O such should be done, it was It lae r! s s qoo stated. A veteran of World War I, h( The Bill then was sent to the served as title abstractor of thc [House of Delegates for consider- U. S. Forest Service in 1933; gen p utica and action. That is where eral receiver of Jefferson CountyDulal ] ~i *1 the bill rests at this date Circuit Court since 1936; deputy And while Umscheid said thatcommissioner of forfeited lands i a statement had been received of Jefferson County since 1943; ] p 1 from Washington officials that and director and attorney for the I n( I[ i [! ' 5 K $ 00 the bill would not come up for now defunct Charles Town and action in the House this year, he [ Summit Point Building and Loan L warned the group against a sense !Association. --- of false .security, stating thatI Surviving are his wife, Mrs 100 olden small bills such as this one 'Shannon Denny Beckwith. t,~, ~er or more I0 t bag $ ~re passed in the rush to adjournsons, Frank D" at ho'me"' and ~o~gress. ., - t George Scollay Beckwith, San *he reeling of the group Tues- Diego, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. day night was that the power'j Randolph Tucker, Charles should not be given any Federal if;own, and Mrs. Paul MacKie, 70Z cans $100 ~,overnmental body to seize land Baltimore,D^,, ,,....~ u. $1 ~wned by private citizens through 'he power of condemnation pro- g~"~ cans co ~eedings for use for public rec. ~gV. MOllUII "cation and enjoyment. They ;tated this contrasts sharply FROM PAGE 1-A Sd001 vith the right of the government Degree from Dickerson College ..n7 cans :o condemn private lands for Carlisle, Penn. In 1942 he was mblic necessities and services, awarded the Bachelor of Sacred The"Wild RiversBill,"in it,s Theology degree at the BostOnuniversity of Theology. T " -, *1 )resent form empowers the Fed- School ~7 cans 00 ~ral Government to take by con- He was ordained Deacon in the :lemnation as much as 300 feet Baltimore Annual Conference of Ofof the riversland on either,and itandcouldbthtakeSides the Methodist Church in 1942, as and in 1944 he was ordained i ,.., ,,.n" cans " much as 1,320 feet for scenic Elder and was received in full easement purposes on either or connection. both sides of the river. He is a Trustee of the Sibley i~ The group also demonstrated Memorial Hospital, Washington, t( ,60Z cans $ o0 some uneasiness about the pos- D. C. member of the Advisory sibility of a dam being brought Council of the Center for Church (Plus State Tax) back into the over-all picture Business Management, American sometime in the future. University, has served as presi- -re 00 dent of the P. T. A. Capitol Page Peache 30 oz cans Winner School, Washington D. C. and pre- sident of the Silver Spring Cou- ncil of Churches, the Bethesda FROM PAGE 1-A Council of Churches and a mem- '17 oz cans ~ co and assisted with just about ber of the Board of Directors of ~J $ every Jaycee project held last the Council of Churches in the year; has been for years active National Capitol area. Mr. Mich- 00 in the Charles Town Independent ael has traveled in Europe and 30Z cans Fire Company, currently serving in the preaching mission 1953 he S 0 as a third lieutenant and a mem- preached in Cuba. He is married -- ,= ber of the board of directors of and has three children. $10 the company; has served as an 6"17 OZ can area fire school instructor and ~ TO Church Sunday has participated in a number of _ State Fire Schools; is Scout- 5 i $100 master for Boy Scout Troop No. 23, and has assisted with num- GE T erous other civic and community projects on a cooperative basis. Fast Results In accepting the honor Clen- OZ cans $ dening expressed thanks to the judges for his selection and to THROUGH Ridg all those who in the past have SPiRIT=ADVOCATE Blue e 6-17 oz cans helped him to bring to fruitation and succes, projects which he has directed and worked on. Classified Ads $t00 ~e, nom~oe~ *or t~e ~o,r B 6-17 oz cans 1 were: Ronald Evans, president of Jaycees; Gary Kable, Jr., Will. Alexandria, Va.: "Please dis. tam Hough, Jr., Robert Nicewarn- ~ P 00 er and C. Alvin Talbott, all of continue help wanted adv. and lfllq~ K Charles Town, Lewis Meadows of thanks for your fine service, q~_ G , Harpers Ferry and Roger Ramey. I employed two very good Jeff~'-C'~u~- electricians 1 'ng inyournewspaper. 4-2 oz: $ co G Gates Electric Service FROM PAGE 1-A Culver V. Gates 2 1 percent favorable votes. 2" $ 00 ONLY 30-PERCENT VOTED While only about 30-percent Din| 725-2046 or 2047 Coffee of the county's 9,950 voters took .a. [3 the time and trouble to vote in Charles Town, W. Va. Tuesday's election, this figure 9 A. M. To 4:30 P.M. was still 1,346 more voters than', 50 g bag the number that turned out inI SATURDAY the 1955 school building levyI 9 A. M. To 12 NOON election. . I --