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Of $98,875 Over Current $6,000 There never was a motion picture f It was budget time again Mon- day night for the Charles Town City Council and the City Fathers received and approved a budget of an estimated $98,875 for the fiscal year of 1966-67. This pro- posed expenditure is an increase of about $6,000 over the current operating municipal budget. And of this amount more than one-fourth of the monies will be spent for police salaries, some $26,500, the same allocated in this year's budget. The budget also shows an allocation of $3,600 for a new police car and radio, an- other $3,000 for the two Charles Town fire companies; $3,000 for the Jefferson County Emergency Communications System; $10,800 for the salaries for garbage em- ployees; another $5,000 for street lighting; $7,000 in salaries for NOTICE Of SALE tC 0ef/ Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County .... iiii ii!ii ii o , West Virginia, made and entered .::i~:::~ii:i:: li~i~ii~: .~!~:.~;>.. on the 9th day of March, 1966 in :! Civil Action Number Plaintiff,789' entitledvs. !~.iii!~i~i~i~ Dorothy H. Henesy, " "~:;::::~:i~!i:::: ::':;~.~:::::":::. Darwin M. Henesy, defendant, we Immm'mM'G'Mp~"*"t'~ will on Saturday the 9th day of April,,1966, at the front door of the Court House of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Charles Town West Virginia, at ll:O0 A. M. o'clock of that day, offer for ~IR sale to the highest bidders, the following described three parcels | [2 NIE FRANCIS I of real estate, all located in the Town of Charles Town, West Vir-ginia: 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 ..S ec a Midnight of the Clerk of the County Court of said Jefferson County, in Deed And Book 97 at page 394. Said lot On fronts 66 feet on said street and extends back 165 feet to the cen- : aturaay '-- r,,omy ter of an alley in the rear thereof. during this engage- ADULTS ONLY - 1.25. ates Open At 11:30, Immed- Iately after our regular At- tractions finish. Said lot was conveyed to the plain No Children will be 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 Clei'k's Office in Deed Book 211 at page 489. . PARCEL 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 anti,Water Street, with a depth.of i33 feet, more or less, and also the right to use an adjacent strip of land as an alley along the east 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, and recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 211, at page 488. PARCEL C. All that certain parcel of real estate improved by two houses, etc., thereon, one fronting on Lawrence Street and the other on North Street, situate in Charles Town, and being Lot No. 1 on a plat made by J. Jas, Skinner, S. J. C. on September 25, 1956 and recorded in Deed Book 214 at page 233, with deed to Elsie Virginia Painter (Lot No. 2) and described therein as follows, to.wit: "Beginning at a point in the east line of North Lawrence Street, corner with Painter, then- ce N 17" 52' W 54.8 feet with the line of said Street to the corner of the house fronting thereon at RAOLEY H. METZGER Presents An AUDUBON FIU~ ReleNe B.US-EVE m 'SHEUA BA ETT the intersection of said street with North, Street, thence with the latter's south line N 72" 10' E! 135.2 feet to a post, thence S 16" 51' E 55.5 feet to a stake corner with Painter, thence with the north line of said lot No. 2, S 72" 30' W 134.2 feet to the point of beginning." Parcel A is located in one of the most desirable residential dis tricts in Charles Town. Parcels B and C are now rental propert- ies. Each of the three properties will be sold separately. For in- spection of the premises, @all Kenneth W. Metz, Charles Town West Virginia. TERMS OF SALE: One-third of the purchase money, or so much more as the purchaser may elect to pay, cash in hand on the day of the sale, with the remaining unpaid balance to be paid in two equal installments, the first due one year after the date of the sale, and the second due two years after the date of the sale, with said unpaid balance to bear interest at the rate of 6% per annum, payable annually, the purchaser to execute his in- terest bearing notes therefore due as aforesaid, said notes to be secured by a first deed of trust on the said property to be sold. ROGER J'. PERRY Bonded Special Commissioner. KENNETH W. METZ, Special Commissioner CLARENCE E. MARTIN, JR. Special Commissioner I, Mary Lynn Riggleman, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, hereby certify that the above named Roger J. Perry, has given bond as required by the said decree with surety approved by me. MARY LYNN RIGGLEMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court of Jefferson County. March lO-4-t. JOE ~IO'A Crossroa~ Production ~,,,, ~OIIliOII FILMS street employees, which is up a- bout $2,000 of this year's budget figure; some $4,000 still due on the new street sweeper; and $3,439 for street repair work. The proposed budget shows estimated receipts coming from police fines and costs about $10,- 000; from parking meter receipts! some $15,000; from rents some $6,000; another $11,500 from con- sumers sales tax on liquor; $17,000 in garbage fees; $7,000 from licenses and miscellaneous items and about $26,885 in tax re- ceipts from the Jefferson County Court. In another business handled by the Council, members agreed to fill the town lot on Liberty street Sunday guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden were Mrs. Elizabeth Summers, of Shenandoah Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Housden and Mrs. Molly ttillard, Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid Housden. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith and daughter, Debbie, were recently visitors in Keedysville, Md., and had dinner at Red Bird Restau- rant. Miss Ruth Rogers Smith has re- turned to West Virginia Unwer- sity, Morgantown, after spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr., at their home, Silver Springs. Mr. and Mrs. James Harrell and two sons, Jimmy and Ray- mond, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lloyd and three daughters, Teresa, tion and treatment, - .... Mr. ttomer Samsell entered IIagerstown ttospital on Wednes- day and on Friday he underwent surgery. Misses Judy and Louise Bree- den were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Donegan and son, of Shenandoah Junction. Miss Elizabeth M. Smith has re- turned to her home, "Silver Springs," after a visit in Arling- ton, Va., and Richmond, Va. She had been visiting her sister, Miss Ann W. Smith and her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Aoden. Mr. and Mrs. David Housden and son, of Shenandoah Junction, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Housden and ~on, of Charles Town, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith and Mrs. 3ohn r ocke Burns Jr., were among the dinner guests of Miss Louise Briscoe at her home, "Piedmont," on Sunday night. Mrs. Charles Adams was a guest on Thursday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Homer Samsell, at Falling Waters. Mrs. A. E. Cochran, Mrs. ttarry C. Jones, of Berryville, Va., Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr., at- tended tthe organization church meeting at Trinity Episcopal Church, Frederick, Md., on Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Unger and daughter, Glenda, of Charles Town, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley on~ Monday. Mr. Tom Penwell and granddaughter, Vieky, Myers- town, were guests at the Wiley SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. MARCH 31, 1966 B--3 Town, were Friday night guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and family. Ruth Rogers Smith, a student at the University of West Virgi- nia is expected to arrive on Fri- day to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith. Mrs. Graham Roys~an, of Mill- wood, Mr. and Mrs. tlerbert Chamblin and children, Paul Lee, Carol Ann, Herbert, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chamblin, of Berry- ville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wdey, of Berryville, Va., were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and Sunday afternoon and daughter. Margie, grand- daughter, Vickey and Miss Dar- lene Clipp, of Myerstown. Recent visitors at the apart- ment of Mrs. J. Straith Briscoe were Miss Estelle Gibson and Mrs. Gilbert Perry. of Harpers Ferry, Mrs. ,h)e Crisman. Mrs. Mildred Kercbenderfer. Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Myers. of Martinsburg, were ~uests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cera- valo on Saturday and Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Carter and two sons, Michael and Jeff, were weekend guests at the Ceravalo home and also Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cera- valo and Mrs. Lowell Busey were Sunday guests. Mr Kathy and Shelly, of Charles Smiti~, Jr., and daughter, Eliza- Town, were Sunday dinner guests beth Rogers, Miss Elizabeth M. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hun- ter Lloyd. Mrs. Thomas Sowers and daugh- and cover it with tar and chips ter, Donna Jill, of Ranson, were at a cost of $1,500. After this has guests at the home of Mr. and been done the Council will con- Mrs. Austin Nicodemus on Wed- sider whether to meter the lot or nesday. sell parking spaces by the month. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwarz- mann, of Bel Air, Md., had as ~~ their house guests ~aturday and Snday, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sowers and two children, Donna Jill and Rickey. Mrs. Austin Nieodemus David Eugene Adams, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Ad- ~~~~lg~i~i~ ams, who celebrated his fourth Patient in Hospital birthday on March 26, was host Mr Elwood Breeden is a pa- at a party Guests present were tient" in the Winchester Memo- rial Hospital having entered there Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore and son, Calvin, and grandson, Paul, of Charles Town, were visi- tors at the home of the latter's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. William Whetzel and son, William, Jr., spent the weekend in Gaithersburg, Md., as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Puckett and family moved the first of last week into their new home in Byrd's Orchards. Miss Mary Magaha, of Ranson, home on Wednesday. Mr. and guests at the Wiley home were Mrs. Ellis Costello, of Charles Mr. and Mrs. Thomas eenwen Go To Church Sunday At Winchester Savin'gs & Loan, You Can Earn This Higher Rate On A Regular Savings Account Without The Restrictions Of A Certificate Of Per Annum Deposit. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams. Recently guests at the apart- ment of Mrs. J. Straith Briscoe were Mrs. Clayton Watson Terry, of the Bronx, New York, Miss M. , Estelle Gibson, Mrs. Gilbert Per- I I ry, of Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Rob- FUNDS REEIVED BY APRIL 11th W LL EARN FROM APRIL 1st ert Newman, Mrs. Maude Garrett, Mrs. Robert Newman, of Balti- more, Md, Mrs Bruce Walker, of E~---~N~ ~0~ fIN'S~R-~ T~IO~--~.O~ ~T--H Washington, DI C., Mrs. Charles Strider, Mrs. Mildred Kirchender- I E fer, Rev. Douglas Bailey, Susan and Charles Wall and Mrs. John , Walker. FEDERAL. AVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION Mrs Austin Nicodemus spent Friday visiting at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Herbert Pope, of Boyce, Va. (FROM LAST WEEK) Rippon Honor Students The Rippon Etementary School honor students for the past six weeks were--lEt, Elwood Bree- den, Charles Jenkins, Lester Car- roll; 2nd, Elizabeth Allen; 3rd, Deborah Adams, 4th, Dennis Whittington; 5th, Franklin Ad- OPEN OR ADD TO YOUR ACCOUNT THIS WEEK AND BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR THE VALUA PRIZES ON DISPLAY IN THE LOBBY Winchester, Va. IT ALWAYS PAYS TO SAVE AT Specializing in Thrift and Home Financing Corner Boscawen & Wash. Sts. P.O. Box 826 -- I I I El I I II and Mrs. Charles Adams spent Monday in Hagerstown. They viE. ited their brother-in-law, Mr. Homer Samsell who underwent surgery recently in the Hagers- town Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Griffith in Sharpsburg, Md. They also visit- ed Mr. Griffith's father, Mr. ams, Jr.; 6th, Kathryn Allen, Mar- George W. Griffith who is a pa- tha Burns and Joyce Jenkins. tient in the" hospital. [ .......... Miss Debbie Griffith was a[rauen~ m ltospt~ai guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Swartz entered Mrs. Buzzy Carroll, of Shep- the Charles Town General Hospi- herdstowwn, on Sunday. : tal Sunday afternoon for observa- e same as same vinyl cover and same sleep- as alone at $148! Once in a l-o-n-g time we find a value so great we dare to say "nothing else like it anywhere"! Such a buy is this fabulous room group. Included is a big double duty sofa bed with deep urethane foam seat and back, plus bedding storage compartment. ALSO a king-size 44V " high recliner, with urethane foam seat, arms and foot rest. ALSO a big Swivel arm chair with urethane foam for deep comfort in seat and back, Not one or two, but ALL for this low price! Check these features with any $229 outfit! 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