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18 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1983 visitors of the hitter's parents Sammy and Mazie Oden and daughter Kathy and sons Junior, Vincent and Timmy. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Nellie Oden a medical patient at Jef- ferson Memorial Hospital were Yola Ott and granddaughter Kim Ott, Pauline Ott, Esther {)den, Phil and Adeline (Men, an end of season trip to "Wild World" in May. Another celebration is scheduled on Saturday, the 19th, with honors being presented by the Charles Town VFW. "Brownie Olympics" will soon be held with a com- peting Troop from Charles Town. After the work on the went to fetch some wood, but he LEGAL NOTICE FOR SALE NOTICE OF did not return, and so his loving TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Pursuant to Section 46-9-504 SALE OF VALUABLE daughter's heart was filled with THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE of the West Virginia Uniform REAL ESTATE great concern. She searched for that the undersigned HENRY Commercial Code, Blakeley In execution of a certain deed him ~t the day, and - C~HiCKS, acitizenofJefferson Bank and Trust Company, of trust dated April 25, 1980, wSen a fog came in she wept, f'~'t~v West Virginia, residing North Mildred Street, Ranson, made by Richard Miller and for she was fearful they would i'n Town, West West Virginia, will offer for Helen Miller, husband and never meet again. Then sud- Virginia, by occupation sale to the highest bidder on wife, to Douglas S. RockweLl, denly, a little band of Magistrate of Jefferson Cou n- Marchll, 19e3atl0:30am. on Trustee, and recorded in the leprechauns came by. Theyali ty will on Wednesday, March the bank's parking lot, the Office of the Clerk of the Coun- Bill Oden, Ludelle Ott,almost-completedJulietLowe were very sad to hear the love- 30,1983atV:30a.m. orassoon following repossessed 1974 ty Commission of Jefferson Genevieve Penwell and Elda and Senior Citizens Badges is ly maiden cry. They asked if thereafter as the matter may AMC Gremlin, Serial Number ' County, West Virginia, in Deed Ott. finished, the Troop members they might have a lock of her he heard, present his applica- A4FA65ESI7770. Book 472, at Page 402, default Mrs. Kathy Viands of will participate in outdoor long, golden hair. Then tied the tion to the Judge of the Circult l"ne sale of the above describ- having been made in the pay- Chestnut Hill was visitor of her nature hikes, conducted by silken strandsacrossacrook- Court of Jefferson County, West ed 1974 AMC Gremlin will be ment of the debt therein sister Mrs. Janie Kuhn and Assistant Leader Ann ed limb with care. 'Twos a Virginia, and move the Court made WITHOUT WARRAN- secured, and being required by daughters Shelia, Becky and Merchant. magic harp they'd made, and for a License to carry a revolver TY. The hank reserves the the beneficiary so to do, the A~vlY" - ORCHIDS AND ONIONS when the maiden touched each or other weapons defined in right(l, to bid at public sale, 2. undersigned Trustee will offer STUDENTS OF COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL .ano mrs. t,ary renwen strand, the music led her father Section2, ChapterSl, oftheW, to reject bids at public sa]e and for sale at Puhlic Auction, at and family of River Side were urcmas to peo~e worKmg m home across the misty land. Va. Code of 1931 as amended 3. to continue such sale to any the front door of the Court GET PREVIEW ILDREN'S CONCERT vmltors' " of the formers parents service-type professions wno on or about his ;rson in con: other time and place set forth House in Charles Town, West Mr and Mr~ Thnm~ Ponwollwe trequenuy target to thar~. . .~~~ , A preview of the Millbrook Chamber an(i f-a-milv- They include bread and milk ~)~~ nection with his occupation, at herein.) 4 C - m' be Virginia, on Friday, April 1, Mr an" route men, gasoline delivers, which time and place any in- T~ 197 AM Gre un to 1983, at 10:00 o'clock AM the Ochestra's annual children's concert, which will . d M,~-. nuuert nex- terested person may aonear solo may ne inspecteu at following described real estate: be at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 27, at the Shepherd rode of Petersburg, W.Va heating off dellvers, ana and protect his interest, ilany, Blakeley Bank and Trust com- ALl that certain lot or parcel were Saturdav visitors of their newspaper route men. These : ' College Creative Arts Center, was given by Dr. son and da " ter Eddi J people get up before the crack in said matter, pany, North Mildred Street, of land, situate on the east side ught o e ano . HENRY C. HICKS 'RaP-s n, West Virginia. The of the Opequon Creek in Mid- Gerald Zimmerman, conductor, at The CountryGale Rexrode and son Jason at of dawn and are sometimes TRUSTEE'S SALE OF WILLIAM H. MARTIN terms of the sale shall becash dleway District, Jefferson Day School, recently. Students at the school are Engle forgotten by late sleepers, VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Attorney for H C Hicks in hand at the time of sale. County, West Virginia, more engaged in individual fundraising so they can P~ra'yers and get well wi-'-~v,~ Onions to motorists driving By virtue of the authority P.O. Box 1003 enry . BLAKELEY BANK AND particularly designated and make a dana!ion to the orchestra. Looking at Dr, for all the sick, Nellie Oden, wRhout lights when condRlons vested in me by a Deed of Charles Town, WV 25414TRUST COMPANY described on a plat of "Hidden Ma Dillow K'" ,k D warrant them such as dawn or Trust bearing date the 25th Zimmerman s score are, from left, Jennifer ry ,r~,wc -: Mar. ]7-It North Mildred Street River Farm, Section I" made and Sandy Penwell ausK, ram ana tog. mgnm on a day of July, 1980, executed by Murphy, Allison Ramey, Dr. Zimmerman, Ar- - vehicle help others see you. ThreadgillCompany, a Mar.3-2t Ranson, WV 25438 by Richard U. Goode, C.LS I Bedford Reed received a uni- ~ ed in the Office of the Clerk of chieGleason, and Broxton Davenport. WESTRIDGE HIL-,S que"NoU Turn" cakeforhis Limited Partnership to the datedMay2, 1968, andrecord- --------- - undersigned, Kenneth W. IN THE CLROJITCOURT L birthday on the 13th from his Metz, Trustee, to secure the N01'/CE OF SALE OF OF JEFFERSON COUNTY the County Commission of Jef- VALUABLE REAL ESTATE - -- ferson County, West Virginia, Hi H I I her father Mr. Quinton Ott.Mary P. Myers talented wife Rosalie. payment of that certain . . WEST VIRGINIA J ' ' " " In execution of a certain ING TY in Deed Book No. 295, Page 24, Mr. Leroy Alger was vmitor Dial 725-3633 Happy birthday (belatedly) promissory note therein THE HOUS AUTHORI MANNINGS of Mr. andMrs. Gary cogie and on the 8th to Tim Doyle. Hap- described, recorded in the Of- deed of trust dated September OF TilE TOWN OF as Lot 20, in Section 1 of said 4, 1981, made by Kellan W.~qiIIEPilI~JRlr',R'rOWNT Subdivision, containing 1.513 Mrs. Pauline Oft sons of Mannings and Mr. and, py day-after St. Patrick's Day rice of the Clerk of the County Mitchell and Dana L. Mitchell, -'--- P'~iff" ""'" acres; together with a non- i 25-8678 Mrs Merrel Hahn of D al 7 . birthday to Helen Clifford Commission of Jeffersonhusband and wife, to Douglas vs exclusive right of way over all Brownsville, Md on Tuesday. Tis the Irish in Y'Begorra is a^ " ^ . Reg~--t~ ~,m a~ u,~ County, West Virginia in Deed S. Rockwell and Edward W. DAVID~ DREW roadways delineated on said ' ' ; Kathy Oden spent Friday being stud by numerous gffts from her many friends on Book 473, page 129, the said Gutelius, Jr Trustees, and night with her sister, Sherry residents who are also Saturda- was birthda-. "irl - plat or situated on any other note now being due and recorded m the Office of the ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS portion of said subdivision, ,y jr 5 , Mr, Kenneth Penwell is still Oden and da-ohter Patisha in prematurely wearin a bit R^-nell Re"-"er Held at sa medical patient at the Jeffer-Me R~,~, "'" o'green m anticlpation of today, Mrrkm~Id~UU i,t;e~tPh~rles" Town payable, and default having Clerk of the County Corn- ~I-O-MAY BE THE LAWFUL whether now platted or not, for ,on morial t~ospltal access to and from said land " Mr. PatHosflerwasFrlday St PaddysDay Oneresldent th -" wa er been made in the payment mission of Jefferson County, u~.n~ n~.~s~.~-.sfm ~r and Mrs ttonert Rex- . " . . e par~y s aaenaea oy nthereof, the undersigned, Conveyance will be made ' " . . VlSltor of Mr. Bill Jones at stud ff St. Patrlck could chase classmates from Mrs. Tern- having been required to do so West V~, m Deed Book A~IGNS OF DAVID ro~eotretesDurg, Shannondale the snakes from Ireland wear- "l-'-f; "~'-~a'"l'e':d~e 490, at Page 131, default a~ n~w~t-D,~-~ subject to utility easements of Sat . visitors of Donald and t~ruce" nosuer'" ' spent me inggreen, she d be sure to do so p~ -~tl~au~ ~u mus. by the holder of said note, wiLl having been made in the. "" record, and to those certain Elementary School, Brownle offer for sale at public auction - ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS e~smer tmen atf:ngle. . weekend with his friend, Steve au year rouna ~o passion wr JanOttwasa'l~sctayvmtorHm,~handhiarmrt~tgMr and " . . Troop 478 and her to the highest bidder at the payment of the debt .there. WHO MAY BE TIIE LAWFUL restrictions running with the neighborhood friends. The front door of the Court House secured, and being required HEIR& DEVISEES OR. land, and more particularly set of his sister Janice Hostler. ~-.~ge~I*-~h;'~'rv~;~ me wtggty ones has m~s may welcome to me a. mal~oy fa-~" were -widence of the Pat and Janice Hostler were F ~ ~.' rt~ ou~ rpe amily, relocating here last refreshinse treats - rved f ~.~, c in Charles Town, Jefferson by the beneficiary so to do, the ASSI{~NS OF JOHN AND~ forth in a deed to Samuel A. .~:rry, - o----~ County, West Virginia, Oli un.dersig~Trusteeswil]of- STEPIIENSON, EDITIIC Johnston and Delores J. for for sale at Public Auction, --. '.7.' Johnston, from Joseph Tuesday night visitors of Leon !.~rrv and ~Ida Mae week from Maryland into the Get well"-"-"- Ellina Fox Friday, April 8, 19,at I0:00 . . f ~l~t-ms~su~, am t~utta'Tyszkiewicz, et al dated June ~ and Josephine Longerbeam at --- ~ ~m~ w ~. Buracker and daughters former Arthur Harmon home ^ a n : ~,u ruu~ ,~mm~, ~u~.-~m~- o'clock A. M~,E.D.T a certain at me rout coot m me ~ v el~pul~N.e~rtl~ Honse in Charles Town, West Defendants 4, 1978, and recorded in said ttanson Sherry and Kim of Shannon- m ~eyes.e*erry Acres ing to the last flu of winter. 5-1at contiguous parcel of real Virginia, on Friday, April 15, CIVIL ACTION NO183-C-79 Clerk's Office in Deed Book 441, ~ruce nosuer spem rnurs- dale were Sundav ni~ht visitors ~everal unique nynrid trees Cau~tgfora~etto~th~rFri- estate, improved by a l~3,atl0:00o'clockA.M the at Page 633. day night w!t~ his friend, Billy of Leroy and Ma~,~lger. may be seen blooming in our ---~T '--i:. - -- - "----'^- -r Cogle and h~s parents Mr and r " " low d~y ~ve $ ut nu ~ dwelling and garage building f~dl NOTICE TO: Terms will be as follows: " M s Mary (Bill) Dfl area. With' Iong skinny tendrils Morehead's af Keves F~a'v DAVID ANDREW STEPHE - One-third cash on day of sale, Mrs, Wdham (:ogle. rehnmed tn h~r home on F'ridav~ attached, they are a profus|on" Aor~ incl--- Rili'*Mv~rs-- -" thereon, situated just each of esutte:'-- wm~ ueacrmeu" rein N Congratulatlons and best ni~ht from Jefferson Memorial of vibrant color The unusual - "~l'''~" -----'e--''-c---''-, Charles Town, in Charles SON, AIA~ UNKNOWN PER- wishes to NancyBeamer for Hospital where she was a " Sk, vu ~ u= u ~, Town District, Jefferson cel AU umt ~ lot or par-of real estate situate east ~.v:. n~wun~'vn~'u~.-.-~ ~.~.~E~EES stallmentsbalanceintw equalannualin'payable one and two oval shaped "blooms," in hot Rosalie Reed did one of her County, West Virginia, known ~aw~vbn~vr~, u years, respectively, after date, her ~rmoay on Marcn H. rm~licM n~tient pink,~ns~eyeUowandptwe- lovely creations, with a St. o~ me ~mumoan rover, m ~ ~m~nPDAVID ,- and designated as two certain Kabletown Wintrier, Jefferson ~.~.~,~v. ~.nN plus interest at six percent Mrs. D~anne Chne and Mr. Mary Wiley of Mid- ~y purple, may ~e seen tram P~h-ick'~ ns~ th~,m,~ fnr th~ lots on the road or street (6%) perannum, payable semi- County, West Virginia, t daughters Brandy and Brook dleway was Sunday visitor of great distances when iden- Executive Board Members of leadiag.from the State High- described as all of Lot Num. ~ annuaLly', and secured by deed ana son Jason, were visitors o| : ^. ~,-- o m tiffed Recognition is also made h~ mum~ ~vu ~. ~w~ ~y . the Eastern Panhandle way (U.S. 340) to the Wall wnu MAX ms-rrus t,~weut, of trust on said real estate. At ner mother mrs. mary anrl ~ Pint Nsth~n posslble by an oversLzed floppy Chsntov'~af M A D D h~in~ n h harns, heingLotsNo. 7and8, Derlu, m~eeuona-e,mbrmn- u~,m~ n~,~wnua~ Johnsto at t e Btoomery "" ::7 . -----r -~ the option of the purchaser, " Mrs. Joyce H~bbRts andeared inflatable which may ac- h-''a "-:"~'t the 17th b" the nondale, as the same m OF "'q-IN Joan. Rollison and daughter, dan~,hter ~ Slicer ~ of Harne.~ . company this rare speoes" ~c~ ~v, ms y fronting 35 feet each on the aescnoea on a pint m beeuon ,mum~r~m,-~~t~r~ o do ~nmmAl~vr'e'Wc cash payment may be increas- Bridget of Chestnut Hill were ~'~wv Mmmt~in Clnh Mrs "t~ere-- are no two" exacuy'" alik'e Wilham Myers family. Other said road or alley, extending 3-F made by Holmead andoSTEPHF2qSON,~ .~,~v, ~ AND, LAURA. " ed' or the entire purchase price, -.--. . Board Members are from hack 66 feet, according to plat Frey, Surveyors, dated Sop- V STEpu~ may be paid in cash at tbe time Frldayeven|ngv|s|torsofher Caro/'n~'-- randda tel"and must be seen to be Berkele-Su" father Mr Quinton Ott ~ ~u~l~^++.^ . ~ y laml~ z'~uua~'u~t~ of Davis, Locke and Souders tember 19S7, recorded in the " 7.- "~.'7: of sale. ' ~ Pm,~,~,~,c~,~.~, ~,~,~o,~,- apprecmten, and several smaller corn- lots, recorded in the Office of Offl. ~,k.rq ~thoCmm.l'Iml~O~unsnuga~n Any sale hereunder may be:. ~rs, ~anay ~'enwen is a davoveninovisitnr~rJPatand TROOP478 n . .~.~,~u,~,~-~,m . . surgical patient at the Jeffer- -:~.~ ~=.% '~ '~a'"~,". o--'-, ,=,- munities i between the Clerk of the County Corn- ty Commas ~, ,~ March, an extremely busy ralr~id~nta" " i" of Jefferson ~s to allow the Plaintiff or adjourned by the Trustee frorn J . . Sere have sug- mission of Jefferson Cmmty, Wes. ~ m son ~lemona~ ~osp~ta~. ~ ~,a ~r ~ no,id nm,~, month for celebratmns and a ,r --. :~ v ffia ('~v tv ~zt Vlr~ini~ " Petitioner to exercise the right time to fime as he may deem a~ Sanay- umterma*" n, aoey Ott," West Virginia in Deed Book ~'~ ~n at Pa~e 299 of condemnation" over a cer- visable in his discretion, byoral and son M~chael of Walnut commemorations, won t be^, o . . . rmsacuvttywoumnot"V", page improved by atosethor with the water and tam parcel of .real estate or other announcement, andno of Flowing ~prmgs t~oad, t,a~e Grnvo w~re ~.ndav visitnrs nf long enough tor aLl the ac- ~ only serve as a means to purge dwelling; and aisothreecer- well rights, remedies and ~tuate.m t~. Shepher~to~m additional advertisement or long, Randy Ott and son Ran- the former's mother Mrs. urines plannea ny tsrowrne acoumulated"tr~ures"fromrain lots adjoining the above obligations contained in the ~et o~ de~erson uounty, posting of notice shall be dyJr GeneandD~anneKerns .1~io l~illow Troop 478 A birthday party ---v ? -- ----o----- est -"- . i one s home, but as a time for (on the north), known and Am,~ment dated Sentember w vwgmm, as ]s more put- necessary. were Sunday dinner guests of ~ w~k,~-a . .~vi~itn ~ -.Mr - ~"a was held at rest week s meeung regident~ to ~-ta~ather after designated as Lots No. 4, 5, -~-14, 1983, between Clayto~l O. ~'cularlY ~'~t~." --and DOUGLAS S. ROCKWELL, " Mrs Ludelle Ott and daughter M,-~ Millard Oft Mr in celebration of the72nd birth- - -:'--.-7 r .~ ~ Z.Z-w f~ Susan" and son R~c' ky . and the w,u~ auu ~w~ ~u- and 6 on said plat, improved ---------,ch'"h and Ravmm~ aescnoeainmet; capmint;to Mar. 10-3t TRUSTEE Mrs. Martin Viands of Chestnut a ay at .mer parent organiza- ships. Several families have by a garage building, the first R. Kern, et ux recorded in adjudicate .the. interests of ' ~arlyn ~:ooper and son Scot- Hill Mrs Janie Kulm andban, Girl Scouts. Members a ~ "- - rtici- "^ Plea- WEST VIRGINIA tie were Tuesday evening dau~J~ters" Shelia Beck, and" . ~r~,=u w ~ va~. ~ of said last mentioned lots m . BOARD OF REGENTS com.pleting the reqmrements call your corresmmdent with said Clerk's Office " ~ varlotm parties m and to the visitors of Danny and Sharon Am~" ' : rece~ve l a Puppeteer Badge yourcomments,'s~gestions, frontingtwo35 feet eachby dopth of 6640 feet and the other --------,~Pamk~ -t~as[e219r ~ said real estate, to determine BOTELER HALL all res " the value of thetr interest m SUBJECT TO tric- DORMITORY RENOVATIO~ Ott and daughters Tracey and -Pat and Janice Hostler were armnrstyearmemtm'srece~v- Students will mrtieinate in a feet. ~ ,~-~ ~ffi conditions and to the stud real estate; Shannon -u' '" llda Fair:''- SpecialOlymv" "~ ~""~' TERMS OF SALE easements and ri~hts-of-wav andto estfeemmpleti eto . " Wednesday visitors of the lat- ed World Association Pins --- =i'~r~'-"-te'r'~-~"~' v . .fl AND ADDITION i was sorry to near mat rdrs. ~m fnth~r Mr O,inton ~tt t7 ring me a y nero SHEPHERD COLLEGE Virginia Dillow is on the sick ": -- on Sat March 19, in Mar- Onethird( ) cashenday~of--~ ~ " uid real estate in thePlalntiff. The West Virginia Board d Mrs. Lame Magaha of last ~amroay attenaees were in~h,r~ ev~mt " t t o. The . will los sale, balance to be paid in two ns~; Charles Town was Tuesday gatheredalomosteontinoously eight hours with each student Terms wiLl be as follows: . At a~ from af- Regents is seeking expressio~s ~enney t~rove remrne~ to ms visitor of her sister Mrs at the Fish Pond sponsored by a - einatin four hours of that (2) equal installments, . a ~ ~. fidavits filed in this aetion that Cash~m~,~. S'- " of interest from architects/" home friday night trom a " th~ ro'ect w - -- - evidenced by notes of the pur- 1'v, mt,~ ~all h~v~ th~ DaVlO Anarew u~, AdeLine Oden. Troop. The p t as elltime. It is estimated the chaser or purchasers, bearing authority to reqmre the "'" re- construction administration ~)usmesstnptorlonaa. " as several exhibits constructed "'--."-- -"- "-7"- ~ Edith C Stepheusen and engineers t provide design a~t average student will skate 10 even date with the day of sale, Mr, and Mrs. Merrel Hahn of Visitors of Mr. Kenneth by members, were q-~te suc- miles r~r hour with a ten Laura v. ~tepnensou a not highest bidder to deposit the services for Boteler Hall Dot- ------- ~- payable on or before One (l) mn~rd~mtmm~ Umng~ q~qm remaentso{ je~ersonuounty, mitory Renovation and addi" Brownsville, Md. were Tiros- Penwell a medical patient at cessful The leaders and m:-ute break ev-- hour day visitors of their son-in-law Jefferson Memorial Hospital " m ~r~ - and two (~) yea rs after date, before knnekin~ out the West Vn'gmm, and that there t/on on the campus of Shepherd members would again like to n,oi~tr~tinn f~,~ i~ t'~ an nnd respectively, bearing interest ~ tn--~i'~-~ are other unknown and un- College, Shepherdstown, West! and daughter Mr. and Mrs. were Pauline Ott, LudelleOtt, pubiiclythankallthe]ocalmer- an'v'~ne~n"a-v'na'-;'tie'~na'-~'l~ from date at the rate of eight Anv~i~bereundermavh~ named persons who may beVirginia. Gary Cogle and sons. Glenn Ott, Harveychants who contributed mer- -,--~' .---.~.=-^.%~-.-~L~.=.-L.- L- ---'~-- --*-~"~ ---'" " "" ~-'-'--'~ '- '~- "~'~--t -'-t Annie Painter, Sharon Ott Longerbeam, Elda Ott, Rev. chandise to the success of the b~ony~a~#~r'~o~m~m, per centum (8 percent) per adim.'nerl hv the Trust~ ~"~"~""'~"~ '~" "~" Evaluation criteria to be us" annum, payable semi- fr~''--"~ ter of this suit, it is hereby ed in firm selection shall and Bill Oden were Thursday Harrup, Norman Beahm, fair, as well as thank those at- FOLKLORE annually, secured by a deed of 2 T" --"-:= --7 -- 7--- .-:-y ORDERED that David An- visitors of Pat and Janice Genevieve Penwell and Billy tending and participating. In the misty hills of Ireland trust upon the prol~ sold aeem a~nsa~e m mew ~ w -- include: Hostler. PenwelL " Profits from recently along, long time ago, thereliv- and assignment of fire in- d~on, by oral or other " 1. Experience in design of st~ ~nenso~ Laura v, Mr. and Mrs. David DiLlow Mr. Chester Dillow of delivered Girl Scout cookies ed a lovely Irish lass who lay- surance in reasmmble ammm- ammuuceme~t, and no ad- dent housing on a college di~l m. u menson, ana au Groveand so~wereMiChaelsundayOf WainUtmorning Baltimore,visitor of hisMd"sister,WaSMrs.SundaYMae are potentiaUy earmarked for ed her father so. One day he ts upon tho I~iidtngs thereon, ~'~" of-~ti~"~fll I~ persons who may he the lawful campus visitors of the latters mother Detrick. ' ffany, with the privilege to the ~m~ heirs, devisees or assigns of 2. Experience in energY Mrs. LudelleOttanddaughter Mrs. Janice Hostler was Sun- PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSlON purchaser or, ~ of ---~"~Annw C.~Ln~ DavidAndrewStephensonan~ conservation Susan and son Ricky. day evening visitor of her OF WEST VIRGINIA paying all cash on day of sale ~ItU~I~E John Andrew S~ who 3. Experience in Ed~e and Gale Rexrode and father Mr. Qmntonott. CHARLESTON or increasing the cash DOUGI,ASS. ROCKWEI~L may have an inteumt in the analysis and life son Jason of Engle, were Mrs. Lanie Magaha of paymeat as he may desire, aforesaid real estate" do serve techniques. ~sitors of Sherry Oden and Charles Town and Mrs. Ade]ine daughter Patisha in Ranson. Oden were Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Sarah Turn was a their mother Mrs. Eva Bell and visitor of her mother Mrs. granddaughter JoAnn. Mabel Wilt at Chestnut Hill. Mrs. Shirley Taulton of Pat and Janice Hostler were Bolivar was Saturday visitor of Thursday night visitors of Sammy and Mazie Oden and Donald and Annie Painter and family. daughter Tammy and son Greg and Glenda Stevens and Donald Jr. daughter Marsha and son Eric Mrs. Nellie Oden is a medical of Leesburg, Va and Mr. and patient at the Jefferson Mrs. Glenn Ott spent last Memorial Hospital. weekend with Barry andCindy Carolyn Cooper & son Scott Bonham at Gaithersburg, Md. were Tuesday night visitors of Patisha Sbirey of Ranson Danny and Sharon Ott and spent the weekend with her daughters Tracey and aunt Kathy and grandparents Shannon. Sammy and Mazie Oden and Saturday visitors of Mrs. family~ Nellie Oden a medical patient Sunday dinner guests of Mr. at the Jefferson Memorial and Mrs. Guilford Turner and Hospital were Robert and Yola daughter TrixAnna and sons Ott, Sammy Oden, Pauline Ott, Timmy and Ronnie were Mrs. Ludelle Ott. Genevieve Mabel Wilt of Chestnut Hitl, PenweLl, Bill Oden and Marsha Mr. Bey Turner and sons Arron Oden, Susan Ott and ,h ey and Brandt of Summit Point Penwell. Road. Mr~ Chester Dillow of Gale Long, Randy Ott and Baltimore. Md, was a Sunday son Randy Jr were visitors of visitor of Leroy and Mary her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alger. Charles Long and family at Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands Silver Grove. of Chestnut were Saturday" Glenn and Bertha Ott were visitors of the hitters parents last Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mrs. Calvin Ott at Kensington, Congratulations to Mr, and Md. Mrs. Glenn Ott for their thirty- Bruce and Tammy fourth wedding anniversary. Longerbeam and daughter Carolyn Cooper and daughter Samantha and son Jason of Or~ Pam, were Sunday v tm's of chard Hills, were Sunday Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMML.~SION OF WEST VIRGINIA, at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the llth day of March, 1983. M.C. CASE NO. 21773 PERKINS ENTERPRISES, LTD doing I~udness as TOP HAT LIMOUSINE SERVICE, Kearneysville, Jefferson County. Applkatien for a certificate to operate as a common carrier of passengers in limemine service. WHEREAS, on March 11, 1983, Perkins Enterprises, Ltd doing business as Top Hat Limousine Service, Kear- neysvi e, Jefferson County, filed an application for a cer- tificate of eonvenionee and necessity to operate as a common carrier by motor vehicle in the transportation of passengers in limousine service within and between poin- ts and places in Jefferson and Berkeley Counties on the one hand and points and places in West Virginia, on the other hand, in charter service. Rates te be charged: $40.0 for weddinp $20,00 per hour for other servlees IT IS ORDERED that the applicant give notice of the filing of said application by publishing a copy of this order once in a newspaper, duly qualified by the Secretary of State, published and of circulation in each of the Counties of Jefferson and Berkeley, making due return to this Commission of proper certification of publication within ten (10) days of such publication. Anyone desiring to make objection to said application must do so in writing within ten (10) days after the publication of this notice, Said written objection must request a hearing if a hearing is desired, and the protestant is required to appear at said hearing and show cause, if any it can, why the application should not be approved, If no protests are received, the may grant the request without a hearing. A TRUE COPY TESTE: Hewa M. Cauinglmm Mar. l?-lt Execaflve 8~ry Kenneth W. Metz, Mar. l{k4t Tr~tee Mar. 14k4t TRUSTEE i II /11 i iiii i NOTICE The municipality of Horpera Ferry hol oc~ted on I absentee voters ordinance which will permit per- i son~ entitled to vote in elections of the Municipality of Harpers Ferry by Absentee Ballot in a manner consistent with the provisions of the state low. I This ordinance is po ted at the Town Hall ond I may be inspected by all.interested persons during regular business hours. I llt'Idla~ N@~, ~ayor II I I II I II I ~lmm,I ii NOTICE The Jefferson County Board of ducation is now accepting bids on an oddition project at the Harpers Ferry Junior High School. This project will be the addition of two claasrooma. Information and sped- fication may be obtained from the Office of Donald K. Mickay, Administrative A~slstont, Jefferson County Schools. Bids will be accepted at the Board of Education Office, 110 Mord|ngton Avenue. Cl orl Town, West Virginia, until J p.m. on Friday, April 22, 1983. The Jefferson County Board of Education resen/m the right to reject any or all bids. Superintendent Jeffermn County S(:ixmls I ,I, m, Do.#as s. en, Plaintiff's counsel, whose ad- dream is Avey, Steptoe, Perry, Van Metre & Rockwell, P.O. Box 100, Charles Town, West V'u' 25414, an answer, in- . clnding any related counter- claim or defeme that he may have to the Complaint filed in this action, on or before April llth, 19~3. ff you fail to do so, thereafter judgment ulxm proper hearin and trial may be taken against yon for the relk demanded in tho Com- plaint A enpy of the Com- plaint can ho obtained from the undersii a Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of the Court tbis 7th day of March 1963. P ea W. Lynch, Clerk Jeffer Ore Curt By: Jsdy I 81Msber, D.C. 4. Ability to a timely basis. Interested mit a brochure covering firm's history, resume of cipals, organizational arrar ment, staffing, experience the field for being solicited, photographs of recent firm's design capabilities. Credentials and ex information should separa ) 18, 1~3~ to: 950 Kanawha Blvd East Charleston, WV 25301 Attn: Mr. Robert D. Director of Facilities. Shepherd College Shepherdstown, WV 25443 ARm Dr. James A. President LIC At the request of Joseph Jacobs, a public hearir g will be held Thursday, March 24, 1983, at 7 p.m. in the Men's Club building, in Shepherds- town, W. Va. All Interested persons ore invited to ottend this heoring.