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PUBLICATION COURT OF NO. 1906 AND TRUST CORPORATION, Trustee of the M. Henesy, de- JEAN HENESY McGEE, BAR- RIEINOSO, MALCOM J. HENESY, JO ANN this suit is to set for naught th Court of West virginia, 749 in. which was plaintiff was de- to set aside certain Agree- 14, 1967, be- Henesy and by an affidav- that Bar- and Lewis of West last known is 312 S. E. 15th Florida, that they do C, Skinner, Jr., address Charles Town, an answer the Complaint on or before judgment i taken against i thereafter. A can be undersigned Clerk of said i, RIGGLEMAN Clerk of Court PUBLICATION COURT OF PRO- corporation NO. 1909 INDM- TRUSTEE PROPER- PARTNER- POINT above ent/t- the prop- of sale or thereof sale of the in that cer- / taia Dead of Trust datl Jmae 6, l Bushong, Jr., Trustee. and sold 1969, conveyed by Fen J. Mont-IbY the said Trustees on AIiril 7, gomary, Noel P. Ciark, TdrontaI1972, and to obtain Judgment P. Goodman and Edward Mernone ! against the Defendants, or either Trustees of Summit Point Prop- of them, and have said property erties, a Limited Partnership, to i so attached available to satisfy Lee Bushong, Jr., Trustee, and:the process of execution on a sold by the said Trustee on April Judgment obtained in this action 7, 1972, and to obtain Judgment against the Defendants, or either of them, and have said property so attached available to satisfy the procees of execution on a Judgment obtained in this action and now pending in this Court and for other relief demanded in said action. And, it appearing by an Affida- vit filed in this action that Fen J. Montgomery, Noel P. Clark, Toronta P. Goodman and Edward Mernone, individually and as Trustees, are non-residents of the State of West Virginia, and that the proceeds of sale of said prop- erty distributed or paid to Sum- mit Point Speedway, Inc. will be removed out of the State of West Virginia so that process of execut ion on a Judgment in this action,  when obtained, will be unavailing and other grounds stated in said Affadavit filed with the aforesaid Clerk, IT IS ORDERED that the Defendants do serve upon F. Dean Nichols, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is P. O. Box 487, Charles Town, West Virginia, 25414, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this act- ion on or before May 15, 1972, otherwise Judgment by default will be taken against them at any time thereafter. A copy of said Complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court this 7th day of April, 1972. MARY L. RIGGLEMAN Clerk of Court April 13-3-L ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA PORTER H. THOMAS PLAINTIFF VS. CML ACTION NO. 1908 FeN J. MONTGOMERY, NOEL P. CLARK, TORONTA P. GOODMAN, EDWARD MERNONE, INDM- DUALLY AND AS TRUSTEE FOR SUMMIT POINT PROPER- TIES, A LIMITED PARTNER- SHIP, and, SUMMIT POINT SPEEDWAY, INC., a corporation, DEFENDANTS The object of the above entitled action is to attach the property, effects, proceeds of sale or evid- ences of indebtedness thereof re- sulting from the sale of the real estate described in that certain Deed of Trust dated June 6, 1969, conveyed by Fen J. Montgomery, Noel P. Clark, Toronta P. man and Edward Mernone, Trust- ees of Summit Point Properties, a Limited Partnership, to Lee OF TIME --- (UNTIL APR. 22) ANTra mE SPRING BARLEY IS THE TIME TO USE ORTHO WEED & I:eep PLENTY OF -- SEED POTATOES" La Soda - Good Eating Potato OUR GREEN THUMB CORNER CABBAGE PLANTS NION 5ETS(5.1b. 1.50) (]ARDEN SEEDS JUST ARRIVED! PLANTS & ONION PLANTS -- PEAT MOSS -- PINEBARK SUPPLY, INC. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725- 2002 SPECIAL WAYNE D06 FOOD SUPPLY, INC. - CHARLES TOWN, W. VA, lend now pending in this Court and for other relief demanded in said action. And, it appearing by an Affid- avit filed in this action that Fen J. Montgomery, Noel P. Clark, Toronta P. Goodman and Edward Mernone, individually and as Trustees ,are n0n-residents of the State of West Virginia, and that: the proceeds of sale of said prop- erty distributed or paid to Sum- mit Point Speedway, Inc., will be removed out of the State of West Virginia so that process of execut ion on a Judgment in this action, when obtained, will be unavailing and other grounds stated in said Affidavit filed with the aforesaid Clerk. IT IS ORDERED that the Defendants do serve upon F. Dean Nichols, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is P. O. Box 487, Charles Town, West Virginia, 25414, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this act- ion on or before May 15, 1972, otherwise Judgment by default will be taken against them at any time thereafter. A copy of said Complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court 7th day of April, 1972. MARY L. RIGGLEMAN Clerk of Court April 13-3-t. ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFER- SON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Claudette Nelligan, Plaintiff v. Civil Action No. 1911 Michael B. Nelligan, Defendant 1. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defendant: Michael B. Nelligan It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Michael B. Nelligan is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is here- by ordered that Michael B. Nelli- gan serve upon Jerome Radosh, Plaintiff's attorney, whose add- ross is County Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, an answer, including any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before May 13, 1972. 'If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court April 11, 1972. MARY L. RIGGLEMAN CLERK OF COURT By - Roma L. Henry, D. C. April 13-3-t. ....  , ,,, More Than 1,000 Chgdmn Attended Free Cartoon Mode The free cartoon movie sponsor ed by the Jefferson Jaycees and Jaycee-ettes was a great success. Tim movie ran for two days April 8 and 9 with approximately 1,000 or more children attending dur- ilg both matinees. Special invitations were mailed to 34 families that care for Foster Children and these children were ito be honored especially with Fos ter Children Week beginning on' April 9. Special invitations were also sent to the School of Hope. Fly sheets were given to all schools in Jefferson County and the Jaycees like to thank all of the schools for their cooperation in this project, i Mr. Lane, owner of the Charles t Washington Theatre in Ran,on i was very generous in donating the Cartoon Film to be shown at the matinee, and giving us full me of the theatre with only a ;mall contribution. Mrs. Donald N. Oft, project ,hairman expressed appreciation .o the following Jaycee-ettes for "-heir help on the movie days: Mrs. David Bowers, Mrs. Joseph Christian, Jr., Mrs. Terry Marcus, Mrs. Stewart Wharton, Mrs. David Wilt, Mrs. Thomas Wilt, Mrs. Jim Robinson. LOSE WEIGHT Oet amazing resultt when you take out oroduct called SLIMODEX. No prescrip- tion needed. You must lose ug|y fat or your money back. BLIMODEX is a tab- let and eily swallowed. No starving. o special ezereise, nor harmful drug.. "LIMODEX costs $8.00 and is sold on this GUARANTEE: If not satisfied for any reason, just return the unused port. ;on to the makers and Zet your full oney Imek. SLIMODEX fit .old by: MOFFETT'S PHARMACY Ckarlw Town - Mall Orders Filled Feb. I O-St-pal. ,11 |11111 III I THE MRVIN L STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME CHARLES TOWN SHEPHERDSTOWN 725-7068 - Phones - 876-6460 F_, GUY DAVIS, DIRICTOR Entire Webe00s Den, Cub Scout Pack Graduated'At Blue & Gold Banquet was space travel, presented a skit about man's first landing on the moon. Cub Scout James Walker was questioned on the Bobcat require ments by Mr. Rowe and was awarded his Bobcat pin, He then added a stick to the council fire, as he and his mother were welcom ed into the pack. Awards presented to other Cubs at the banquet wore: Ken- neth Mercor, Silvor Arrow on Bear; Donald Jennison, Silver Arrow on Wolf; Jerry Glassford, Bear Badge and 2 year pin; Scott Goff, Wolf Badge and Gold and Silver Arrows on Wolf, Beau Oui- mette, Denner Bar; John Mahoney Assistant Denner Bar; Chuck Shumate, Arrow of Light; Allen Sullivan, Arrow of Light; David Jennison, Arrow of Light and 1 year pin; and Keith Ferguson, Arrow of Light. Eric Rowe of Troop 39 received a 1 year pin for service as Web- elos Den Chief. David Rowe, also of Troop 39, was presented a Den Chief Cord as Den Chief of Den 2. Den Mothers Joan Mercer and Jane Jennison received 2 year pins, and Cubmaster Rowe a 4 year pin. Former Den Mothers Carolyn Shumate and Peggy Hendricks received Certificates of Appreciation for their work The entire Wemelos Den of Cub Scout Pack 67 was graduated from the pack at their recent Blue and Gold Banquet held at Shenandoah Junction. The .five scouts, Vincent Allen, Keith Fer- guson, David Jennison, Chuck Shumate, and Allen Sullivan, were presented copies of the Boy Scout handbook at the graduation ceremony. All had plans to join Boy Scout troops in Harpers Ferry, Shepherd.town, and Shen- andoah Junction. " The Webelos Den led the open ing ceremonies at their last pack meeting. David Jennison led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance and Cubmaster and Webelos Den Leader Chuck Rowe read a prayer before the ham-and-potluck din- ner. After dinner, guests of the pack were introduced by Mr. Rowe. They were Illey Weller, Ruritan Club president, Mrs. Weller, and Phyllis Weller; Charles Walker, Ruritan Club Vice President and pack committee chairman, Mrs. Walker, and Mike Walker; Ralph Ferrell, Scoutmaster of Troop 67, and Mrs. Ferrell; Pete Lowe, Dis- trict Scout Executive, and Mrs. Lowe; and Charles Hocqensmith Scoutmaster of Troop 68, and Mrs. Hockensmith. Mr. Weller, as president of Pack 67's sponsoring organization, was presented the last year. Den 3 won the Parent Atten- dance Award for the month. Pack 67 continues to collect Scrap glass for recycling. Jerry Shimoda of the Harpers Ferry [District Environmental Council has estimated that Pack 67 has collected half a ton of used glass so far. 1972 charter from Scout Evecu- tive Lowe. Wall and table decorations of the four dens featured periods and events in American History: Den 2's theme was Indian Lore; Den 3 featured the colonial per- iod; and the Webelos Den featur- ed scouting's origins in the Unit- ed States. Den 1, whose theme The Department of Welfare is making a special effort this week to recruit families who would be Wayside 6arden Club interested in providing foster care to pre-school children, mixed rac ial children, and to teenagers. Any interested individual may contact or write Mrs. Sallye J. Heffle, Social Services Supervisor West Virginia Department of Wel fare, 528 West Race Street, Mar- tinsburg, W. Va. or call Charles Town 86-2131, or Martinsburg 267-2966. i ASBUI UNITED METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY "Eternal Judgment" will be the sermon topic of Roy. Owen B. Womack when he delivers his sermon at the Asbury United Methodist Church on Sunday, April 16, 1972. Two worship serv- ices are available: early worship at 8:30 a. m. and regular worship at 11:00 a. m. A nursery for pre- school children is provided for the 11:00 service. A church school with classes for all ages is at 9:30 a.m. Sunday: Evening worship 7:30 p. m. at the church. Monday: Cherub and Junior Choirs 3:30 p. m. at the church. Finance Committee 7:30 p. m. at the church. Tuesday: Membership and Evan gelism Committee will meet at the church 7:30 p. m. Wednesday: Senior Choir 7:30 p.m. Thursday: Commission on Edu- cation 7:30 p. m. Saturday: CROP Walk from Her pers Ferry to Shepherd,town. Two groups walking at 8:30 and 10:30 a. In. "Talent Program" Sunday At King's Apostle Church M There will be a special '"talent Program," Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m, at the King's Apostle's Holiness Church of God in Ran- son, it was announced today by Bishop E. E. Baltimore, pastor. Also at 6 p. m. Miss Frances Anthony, the singing evangelist, of Washington, D. C. will present a Gospel concert. The public is invited to attend both programs which are being sponsored by the pastor's aid committee. CALVARY ASSEMBLY GOD CHURCH SERVICES The following schedule of serv- ices was announced Monday by the Rev. William P. Reed for Calvary Assembly of God, on Fair fax Blvd. in Ranson. Sunday Schol at 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship at 11:00 A. M. Christ's Ambassadors meet at 6:30 P. M. Evangelistic Service at 7:30. Thursday, prayer time at 7:00 P- M. Bible Study at 7:0 P. M. Sundpy dinner guests with Mrp, Julia Viands were Mrs. Harry i Shirley and family of Middleway Mrs. Kenneth Mi'lls of Charles Town and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and daughter of Ranson and Miss Karen Wolfe of Inwood. Other callers were Mr. Lester Viands of near Ranson,  and son Glenn, Miss Get! Costello of Ran- son and Mr. Albert Viands of the Bloomery. Hears Explanation Outdoor Classroom The regular monthly meeting of the Wayside Garden Club was held Tuesday evening, March 29 at the home of Mrs. William And era on Jefferson Avenue with fifteen members present. Mr. Walter West, coordinator for Jefferson County Outdoor Lab oratories presented a very inter- esting program explaining some of the phases of the future out- door classroom. He stated that all schools in the county would have use of the facilities; however, in some cases busing would be nec- essary in order to get the stu- dents there, He said Dr. Glenn Hoffman had been named chair- man of the Teacher Training Corn mittee and this committee was investigating the different pea- sibilities of training the teachers) SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERJ ADVOCATE for the outdoor classes and it was [ THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1972 A---5 felt those teachers not trained[ ..... in field biology might acquire! this through an in-service train- teri Holly, Blue, Japanese Yew, of the Charles Town Lions Club ing program. He then answered l Blue and Nell Stevens, Red. at the Towne House has been can questions raised by the group. I Refreshments were served by celled so that members and their Mrs. Richard Adams, president, 1 he.tess Mrs. William Anders and wives can attend the annual Zon'5- called the meeting to order. Mrs. I c'hstess Mrs. Willard Martin. Social for area Lions, which will Meredith Polen reported on the I be held at the Hilltop House i House and Garden Tour in thetUl.L.w li r kd..,,&=,.. It.,.. Harpers Ferry on that evenil,- absence of Mrs. Francis White, JVlOI:IIIHJ IJUII . beginning at 6:15 P. M. For reser Chairman for the tour. Mrs. Polen vations, contact Jack Leslie, Zone said that plans were progressing well and nearly all costumes had been completed. Mrs. Elmo Wag- eley and Mrs. Max Wine were appoined to make name tags for the hostesses to wear and were asked to bring them to the next meeting. The club voted to have a work shop to make pine cones dolls to sell as a money making project. The members also voted to hold the Fellowship Dinner again in June, as another money making project. Mrs. Leo Widmyer volun teered her home for the dinner. Members are to bring husbands and/or guests. Mrs. Leeds Riley judged arran- gements and horticulture. For the general arrangement, "March Winds" the following members received ribbons: Blue, Mrs. Mer edith Polen, Mrs. Leo Widmyer, Red, Mrs. James Geiger, Mrs. Donald Baumgardner. Yellow, Mrs. Robert Loer. Horticulture Mrs. Meredith Polen, Daffodil, Blue; Hyacinth, Blue and Forsy- thia, Blue. Mrs. Linn Sheets, Fos Cancelled In Favor Zone Meeting Apn'! 18 The April 18th regular meeting i Chairman, by phoning 725-5650 before April !4th. | ,!H , j Use The Clasdfleds And That's Our Budnm, lnstalFmg SWIMMING POOLS LET US GIVE YOU A FREE PLANNING AND ESTIMATE TODAY . CALL US AT 263-1467 - MARTINSBURG, W, VA. Copley Construction Co. MARTINSBURG; W. VA. t WANT TO BE A SUBSCRI00R SUBSCRIP00ON RATES: $5.00 PER YEAR (Phs 15cTax, W. Va.) CLIP & MAIL mmmmm I I ] I I I I t I I I Name I [ Address i City ..... 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