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pirit Auctions/Business " Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Og Bank Ordered Sale 2 Rolling Farms total ing 336 +/AC in Martinsburg Area Berkeley County, West Virginia "Gateway to the Shenandoah Valley" • Picturesque property perfect for farming operation, horse farm or country estate [] Potential Investment Opportunity: Currently approved for Residential Development • Close to Martinsburg, Hagerstown, and Frederick • Convenient access to Routes 11, 40, 1-81, and 1-70 • Farm 1 : Manor House ready for restoration 150+/- Acres • Farm 2: Tenant brick house with 3 DR, 2.5 BA, plus second tenant house and barn 186+/- Acres Property Previews: 4/25 and 5/2, Noon-2pm on-site at 433 Files Cross Rd. Martinsburg. WV25404 888-299-1438 nN In cooperation with Quad State Realty, Inc. Denny Stauffer WVA Auction License # 1654 of Valuable Pennsylvania House Furnishings, Antique Furnishings, Glassware, Sterling Silver Flatware, Collectibles & Misc LOCATION: Jefferson County Fairgrounds, 1651 Old Leetown Pike, Kearneysville, WV. Pennsylvania HouSe (Cherry) - Rectangular gateleg dining room table (8) 6 Queen Anne chairs, server, 6 drawer chest night stand 2 single beds, table wing back chair, two drawer stand Marble top washstand w/splashback; Walnut Armoire; Chickering piano; painted armoire cedar lined; Walnut wooden cradle; Cherry music stand; pew chairs (Washington National Cathedral); quill rack; Reed & Barton jewelry boxes; Levenger child rockers; 8 pc wrought Iron patio set; salesman sample tables; flower stand (made by Sherman Grove); fireplace screen (farm scene); fireplace screen owned by the Marmion family; Mayflower mandaline (John C Faynes & Co) 2 cracker barrel rockers & stools; Berea College skittles game; Fumival s Brown Quail Picnic basket (sitting for 4); linens; collection of books including Harpers Ferry (local authors) & Chill War; Approx 25 metal banks including John Deem; thimble collection; quilt rack; marble lamp; trunks; crocks; 5 pc pewter set (Williamsburg Stiff); Wood carvings (birds) by John Segeren Glassware: Spade pink Camilla-Copeland (Approx 50 pc); Spade Christmas tree England (sitting for 16 & other assorted pieces); B & O plates; Fostoria goblets; Belleek; Waterford; Russell Wright; Williams Sonoma and etc. Sterling silver flatware including IntemaUonal Frontenac, Lunt-Modem Victorian (sit'ring for 6), Kirk-Stieff Repousse, K/ Kellam. Architectural drawings & paintings: Smithfield Village of Middleway Wizard Clip, by AW Franzen Map of Virginia & West Virginia by O.W. Gray & Sons; Laural Lodge (Harpers Ferry, 1976); Brass rubbings (Westminister Abby & Edinberg), Scotland; Harpers Ferry picture (Joanne R. Happ); JJ Audubon bird prints; Harpers Ferry legend (1865-1865.); • Harpers Ferry photos (1880's & 90's) & post cards; Colonial Williams- burg collectibles; Wallace Silver Christmas bells; Dell collection includ ing corn huskers, Madam Alexander;, doll furnishings; collection of politi cal buttons; approximately 100 Lucy Cook & 20 Longabergsr baskets; Coins; Stamp collection; picnic table; snow birds (18); andirons; old skates; surveying tools; camera equipment; dehumidifiers, and other items far too numerous to mention AUCllONZIPJ:OM (#9339) FOR A COMPLETE LIST AND PHOTOS Announcements on sale day take precedence over all printed material Estate of Jeanne K. Franzen J. Lisa Franzen, Executrix Shenandoah Jct., WV • 304-876-2418 mail: Clerks: Nibert & Bowers NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS • Terms of Sale: Cash or check w/proper ID. Luncheon rights reserved. Eye FROM PAGE D1 After spending time alongside professionals in each of the fields he was eyeing, Rebuck fixed his sights on Optometry. He looked at a number of schools before heading to Bl(~)mington, Ind., where he earned his doctorate in optom- etry at Indiana University. He completed rotations at Wright- Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio and in Salt Lake City, Utah, before returning East and taking a series of positions working in both small and large practices. Now the area chairman for the West Virginia Optometric Association and a member of the American Optometric As- sociatityn, Rebuck is focused on building a thriving practice of his own in Ranson. He wants prospective patients to understand the important role played by optometrists, who don't just fit glasses and pre- scribe contacts but are health care experts whose myriad roles include examining, diagnosing and treating ever)' sort of vision- related condition. When he isn't working or at his church. Rebuck is likely out- side. He is diligent about carving out time to enjoy tlavorite out- door pursuits such as mountain biking, hunting, fishing and ski- ing. He also has a pet project Blondie, who faithfully follows him around the shop. whenever he's on site. "For some patients, maybe a child who might be a little ner- vous about an eye exam, hav- ing Blondie around relieves stress and makes the experi- ence relaxing and fun," Re- buck said. "It's very rare for anyone to not be happy to see Blondie.'" Rebuck, who is seeing new pa- tients as well as clients who fol- lowed him from his practice in Martinsburg, clearly feels hap- py with his decision to join the healthcare community in Ranson. "This is a great location for us," he said. "We're excited to be here and to see what the future holds." • :: :.. ~ ..... .. ::::: :. ::::: :::~:::. ::::~: Who: DE Richard C, Rebuck Where: 805 N, Mi:idred St. To know more: Call 3:04,725-20~ :~:~.:.:.. :: ::~;:ii::: ROBERT SNYDER Dr. Richard C. Rebuck began his career as an optometrist in Grant County in late 1998 and later worked in Harrisonburg Va.. and in Martinsburg. He opened his own practice in Ranson nearly seven months ago. Offering the following items located at Rt. 340 South (Bypass) at Cloverdale Road, Sfolipher Farm, Charles Town, WV Agricultural Equipment • Industrial Equipment Contractor's Tools & Supplies • Trucks • Cars l.own Mowers • Four Wheelers, etc, etc, etc. For a detailed listing go to: www.wareauctionsusa.cola or Auctioneer: Wesley K. Ware wv Li’. #]006 Sale Manager: Steve Stolipher 728-7703 A 2-Day Event to help settle the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Printz (deceased) of Aspen Pool Farm, Shepherdstown, WV moved to Jefferson County Fai rounds for convenience GPS address: 2007 Leetown Pike, Charles Town. WV 25414 Kable Auctions brings to you with great pride the historical estate of Mr. Charles F. Printz, CTHS 34, Shepherd 40, WVU MBA 42, Chairman Bus Div. Shepherd 1950 to 1981, retired Commander USN. The Printz's lifelong accumulation of antiques, furniture and collectibles will be offered at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds on Friday, April 27, 2012 at 5 PM (preview also) and Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 9:00 AM p • ~ • Antiques; Collectibles| His rical Guns, Auto. 4 U.S. Federal Arsenal Harpers Ferry, VA Rifles, Wm. Sheetz Shepherdstown, VA Rifle 1980 Mercedes 450 SL Conv. Hardtop Roadster ANTIQUES AND FURNITURE: Hinkel Harris Stepback Cupboard, Henkel I-lards Wild Black Cherry Dry SinLHenkel :Harris.Federal Style Silver Chest, Walnut Splashbaek Washstand, American Drew End Tables, Chestnut Wash Stand, Early Jelly Cupboard, Eastlake Parlour Chairs, Inlaid Serving Cart, Early Splay Leg Stand, Sleek Piano w/Stool, Ornate Chest, Set of 8 Texas Pecan Chairs, Custom Made Oak Bookcases, Occ, Tables, Chairs and Rockers, 2 Homemade Tall Case Clocks, Fine Aged Lamps, 4 Circa t950 Persian Rugs in various dimensions, Brandt 0cc. Table, 4 Heywood Wakfield chairs, Walnut Drop Leaf Table, Walnut 3 board 7' Farm Table, Birdseye Maple Chest, Clawfoet Game Table, 0val Library Table, 2 Cot. Office Desk, Fed. Shaving Mirror and Fed. Style Mirror. COLLECTIBLES, SOOKS:.Eady Dough Box, Cast Iron-Brass-Copper selection, Glassware of cut and pressed, Pottery, Linens, Tin toys, Set of 4 R8R Donneley Rev. War Prints, Charles Wyoski Prints, Paper Weights and old watches, Ice Cream Chair/Table Set, Early Walnut Serving Tray/Stand, 01d Bikes, from Mr. Printz's library are books on the Revolutionary and Civil Wars plus many other writings. Also, Tombstone Inscription of Jefferson County 1687 to 1980 and Burials in Jefferson County, Sterling Silver Flatware Service for 12 by International, Other Sterling Silver Pieces, John Deere Pet. Tractor w/Cart, Large Elk Head and Deer Mount, Porcelain Jardines, Antique Farm Tools to include Grain Harvest Cradle, Corn Grading Machine, Corn Sheller, Corn Replanter, Planter Jr. #25, Mechanical Garden Planter, 2 Store Counter Scales, Barn Augers, Knives, Pulleys, Horse Hames, Old Door Knobs and Locks, Tom's Red Top Peanut Jar, 3 Old Sleds, Harvard Foesball Table Game. HISTORICAL, MILITARY, GUNS: • A 1775 Eight Dollar Paper Script, Philadelphia note in good condition printed by Hall and Sellers. A rare piece of Early American paper currency. • Cannon Ball Bed owned by Capt. George Printz, Va Militia and Revolutionary War - B Dec, 8, 1742, D May 8, 1834. The bed is brass tagged as such and we suggest you research Capt. Printz bid which will reveal his Capt. appointment signed by ]homes Jefferson. • Mr. Printz's USN Commander Top Coat, Dress Coat and Fieldware. Also, his Shepherd 1940 letter sweater. • fiuns: Marlin Model 81 22LR • J.C, Stevens 12 ga. single shot • Remmington Model 1100 semi auto shot gun • British Enfietd 303 w/bayonette, Hopkins and Allen #822 22 caL Cat Rifle • Matin 30-30 Lever Action Rifle, Pat, date t870 U.S, Federal Arsenal Harpers Ferry, VA M1841 "Mississippi" prod date 1853 ............. M1803 Rifle, prod date 1816 (Lewis and Clark) ................. Mt855 Rifle, prod date 1860 ............... M1816 Transitional Rifle, prod date 1818 William M. Sheetz c. 1840 Rifle, Shepherdstown (tile last of the Sheetz 6unsmi# in Sl pherdstown). Bird Brothers Strike Plate, Silver Patch Box, Tiger Maple, Serial #77, a dandy. GARAGE, BARN, BASEMENT: A nice Sun Room Wrought Iron Patio Set, Porch Swings, Yard Furniture, Old Chairs, Old Smuge Pots, 3 pt. Hitch, Sickle Bar, 50 ga. Drum Sprayer, Mosley Safe, Christmas, Old Radios, Luggage, Brass Fire Ext, more modern furniture, Mantle Clocks, Maytag Washer 8 Dryer Set, GE Signature Gas Range and Dishwasher (all appliances work), 2 Gas Garden Tillers, Kenmore Chest Freezer, Sin. Tractor Tire Changer, and an attic full of boxes packed, CAR: 1980 Mercedes Benz 450 SL Conv. and Hard Top Roadster, Black on Black, Mileage 88130, Org, Owners Manual, looks and runs great. Fully loaded automatic, leather and power. Has both convertible and hard top, Ser. #WDB10704412065657 AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: We find it impossible to list Mr. Printz's life acheivements in this ad. From academic to military service to community affairs and business to patriotism, he did it all. Mr. Printz is the only West Virginian ever elected President Genera/of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Also. he served as President Genera/of the Henry Kyd Douglas Camp, Sons of Confederacy. Come join us on the 27th and 28th to witness history pass to another generation, just as Mr. Printz would have wanted. SALE ORDER: Friday, APRIL 27 @ 5 PM: Box lots, garage, basement, attic clean out, everyday kitchen I and furniture, etc, Saturday, APRIL 28 @ 9 AM: Books, Collectibles, Antiques & Fumiture. Historical, --" Military and Guns @ Noon. Auto.@ 11:45 AM. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: No buyers premium, announcements on sale day stand firm, IO number used. Positive ID needed. Cash or good check. Lunch by South Jefferson Ruritan both days. No pets. Historical, Guns, Car pass with cleared check unless known to Auction Co. Seller: Estate of Charles E Printz Charles I:. Printz, Jr, Executor For info. photos, go Kable Auctions #8427 -- AUCTIONEER m H.M. "Marty" Kable (304) 725-8995 ~nse #632 I