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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAYr MAY 26, 1983 ~] NOTICES ORDER OF PUBLICATION J: CIRCUIT COURT ORDER OF PUBLICATION LEGAL NOTICE OF JEFFERSON COUNTY IN THE MAGISTRATE COURT IN OF STATE OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, PURCHASING WEST VIRGINIA Stateof West Virginia Purchas- ANDREA D. OWEN WEST VIRGINIA un- Plaintiff Wide River.Farms Property Owners PM 5/31/83 on File CC-43 for v. Asso Rd. 1, Box 436, Harpers Ferry, Reqn. No. 110216R: Contract DAVID C. OWEN WV 25425, Plaintiff services. Defendant v. will be c~msidered unless sub- Civil Action No. 83-C-178 John S. Collins, et al, 428 B Crane forms prescribed by and The object of this suit is to obtain a Highway, Glen Burnie, MD 212061 the Purchasing Divi- divorce from the bonds of matrimony. Defendant of Finance & Ad- To the Above Named Defendant:Civil Action No. 83-C-310 Room E-108, Capitol DAVID C. OWEN The object of the above entitled ac- West Virginia. It appearing by affidavit filed in this tion is to collect road maintenance fees GLENN R. CUMMINGS action that DAVID C. OWEN is a non- from 1977 thru 1983 for lots 55 & 70 @ DIRECTOR resident of the State of West Virginia, $15.00 lot, per year, located in Wide it is hereby ordered that DAVID C. River Farms, Jefferson County, West TO CREDITORS OWEN serve upon PETER L. Virginia. Total fees due $180.00 plus all and Beneficiaries of CHAKMAK1AN, Plaintiff's attorney, court costs. whose address is P.O. Box 547, Charles And it appearing by an affidavit Ill- BROWN HENDRICKS, Town, W.Va. 25414, an answer, in- ed in this action that the above defen- cluding any related counter claim or dants are non residents of the State of claims against the defense you may have to the complaint West Virginia, it is orderd tha( defen- ff CALVIN BROWN HEN- filed in this action on or before June dants do serve upon H C. Hicks, whether due or not, 27th, 1983. Ifyoufaii todoso, thereafter magistrate, whose address is County to exhibit the same, with judgment, upon proper hearing and Bldg Charles Town, WV, an answer or legally verified, to trial, may be taken against you for the other defense to the complaint filed in ~fice at 103 West relief demanded in the complaint, this action on or before June 11, 1983, P.O. Box 711, Charles A copy of said complaint can be oh- otherwise judgment by default will be Virginia, 25414, on or tained from the undersigned Clerk at taken against defendant at any time 1983; other- her office, thereafter. A copy of said complaint : ded from - Entered by the Clerk of said Court can be obtained from the undersigned of said estate. All May 1B, 1983. Clerk at her office. estate may appear ROSA W. LYNCH Entered by the Clerk of said Court day to examine said CLERK OF COURT May 4. 1963. Imd otherwise protect their s-~2 By Judy L. Slusher, Deputy DORIS R. WHITING my hand this 19th day 5-~2-ap Magistrate Court Clerk NOTICE OF SALE OF JAMES B. CRAW'FORD III VALUABLE REAL EffFATE Fiduciary Commissioner In executinn of a certain deed of trust Jefferson County, W.Va.dated July 31, 1981, made by Winston Threadgill and Joyce A. Threadgill, OF SALE husband and wife, to the undersigned REAL ESTATE Trustee, and recorded in the Office of the authority vested inthe Clerk of the County ~ion of by a Deed of Trust Jefferson County, West Virginia, in James j. McGrath and Deed Book 488, at Page 433, default MeGrath, husband and having been made in the payment of undersigned substituted 21, 1980, record- "lerk of the Court- of Jefferson County, Book 469 at Page the Courthouse in Clm rles Town, West been made in the Virginia, on Friday, June 10, 1~3, at of Trusta ndbe- 10:15 o'clock A.M the following by the benoficiary to do so, described real estate, with in- Trustee will sell at provements, situate in Charles Town the from dSbr of the District, Jefferson County, West County, West Virginia, and more particularly at Charles Town, West designated and shown as Lots 24, 2S, 26, June 17, 1963 at 27 and 28 on a plat of tbe lands of Davis, a.m the following Saunders and Loche, recm'ded in said real estate: Clerk's Office in Deed Book V, at Page ~gdescribed real 331; the said Lees 24 and 25 were l~ated in Middleway mistakenly designated in pri~deeds as i District of Jefferson Coun- t~ shown and depicted on a plat of between Leetown the Charles Town and Washington Ci- fronting ou the east ty Improvement Company; however, Route No. 1 and be- referetme is made to a deed dated 8 as the same ls bound-August7, 1917 from Sarah Hopkins, et la a plat entitled al to Perry Thomas Dunn, recorded made by in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 115, Land Surveyor, dated at Page 496, which accurately i in the Of~e describes the said Lots 24 and 25 as be- Commission ing shown on the aforesaid plat which Cmnty. West Virginia, in is recorded in said Clerk's Office in 4o, said let l ing Deed Book V, at Page 331. as eanmining 1O Terms will be as follows: One-third cash on day of sale, from the Trustee will be balance in two equal installments, said proper- ovidenced by the notes oL the purchaser b earing even date of the day of sale, and the restrictive payable on or before two years after and easements of record, date respectively, bearing interest ' tmbjeet to a first lien deed from date at twelve par centum (12%) 1976 recorded per annum, payable semi-anmm Jly, z's Off~ in Deed secured by deed of trust upon the pro- Page 325 securing Firstperry sold, and amignment of fire in- Association of surance in a reasonable ammmt upon in the original the buildings thereon, ff any, with the of priv e to the of paying an One4hird cash on cash on day of sale or increasing the l~lance in two equal in- cash payment as he may desire. evidenceq by the notes of Any sale bertmnder may be adjom-n- even date with ed by the ~Yus~ from t~ne to l~ne as or before one be may deem advisable in his disere- date respectively, tion, and no additienal advertising date at S per cent be except the tion m ee PaYable semi-annually, of the original advertisement with upon the pro- notice of such adjournme'dt a~ assignment of Cue in- thereto. reasmmble amount upon S.ALE IS TO BE MADE SUBJECT thereon, if any, with the TO real estate taxes, restrictions, of paying all ~, ~mditi~s und elements ~ sale or increasing the recm . may desire. Said is improved by a dwefl- JR. ing bome. 5-19-4 Douglas S. Rockwell, Trustee NOTICE OF SUBDIVISION REVIEW notice that the Jefferson County Planning Commission, at their nteeting to be held on Tuesday, June 14, 1963, at 7:30 P.M in the Commissien located on the second floor of the Annex, lO4 East Washington Street, in the City of Charles Town, the pre-appficafion information and the impact on the the following proposed project: Loeati~a Size Keyes Feryy Road (Route 26) adjacent to Route 340 and east of Cattail Run ORDER OF PUBLICATION MAGISTR^TE CO RT OF PUBLIC SALE JEFFERSON COUNTY, Antiques, Collectibles, Household And Personal Items WEST VIRGINIA I will offer the following located 6 miles N.W. of Charles Town, at Leetown, Wide River Farms Property Owners WV, opposite Fish Hatchery. Asso RD 1, Box 436, Harpers Ferry, 10:00 A.M. WV 25425 Plaintiff SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1983 %" Brass isngle bed; copper apple butter kettle: 3 rocking chairs; several Carlyle & Barbara A. Hilbourn, 3521 Chester Street. Virginia Beach, VA straight chairs; Boston rocker; oak captain's chair; (old) high chair; library 23452 Defendant table; oak wash stand,oak bureau; oak dresser; flower stands; end tables; Civil Action No. 83-C-309 wooden tables; gate-let table; brass pot; cast iron pots; cast iron kettles; cast iron tea kettle; cast iron cookware; tobacco cutter, tobacco stands; sausage stuffer; sausage grinder; coffee grinder; old wooden churn; wooden wash tubs; old jugs; 2 copper wash boilers; old bass horn; French horn; plumbing tools; picture frames; 2 sets sleigh bells: boxes of books; (old) children's books; milk cans; cross-cut saws; horse collars; draw knives; wooden planes; 1915-1971 Hagerstown Almanack; wooden rake; cow bells; 2 oak water jugs; 1973 Star- craft Pop-up Camper; many miscellaneous articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cash Auctioneer: JACK F. SCOTT Clerk: STEVE COMBS Lunch Rights Reserved. The object of the above entitled ac- ~tion is to recover road maintenance fees from 1977 thru 1983 for lots 19 & 28 @ $15.00 lot, per year, located in Wide River Farms, Jefferson County, West Virginia. Total fees due $180.00 plus all court costs. And it appearing by an affidavit ill- ed in this action that the above defen- dants are non residents of the State of west Virginia it is order that defen- dants do serve upon E. W. Day, magistrate, whose address is County Bldg Charles Town, WV, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action on or before June 11, 1983, otherwise judgment by default will be taken against defendants 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 May 4, 1983. DORIS R. WHITING Magistrate Court Clerk - L PLACE- 207 N. Fairfax Boulevard, Ranson, W. Va. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1983 Beginning at 10:00 A.M. 2 pc. living room suite; coffee table; 7 pc. dinette set; 2 glass door thedebt therein secured, and being re- bookcases; wide rocking chair; small desk; shelving; bed; dresser; 2 quired by the beneficiary so to do, the metal wardrobes; straight chair; floor lamp; several stereos & stands; undersigned Trustee will offer for sale Coppertone refrigerator & range; new 20" fan; 4%' cast iron bathtub; at public auction, at the front door of 2 kitchen sinks: humidifier; brass wall plaque; brass & glass stand; bed linens; pictures; some china & glassware; kitchen utensils; 4 - 14" radial tires; pipe vise g other miscellaneous items not listed. DANNY STAUBS Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller, Jr. Clerks: Furr & Furr ~. May 19- ~r Approximately I0 acres 94 townhouse units units having an interest in said proposed subdi- to attend this meeting. Planning Commission files on subdivi- at any time dur~ normal business hours." By Order o( the Jefferson Comity Plam~fmg Commission H. Richard Finberty, President NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING that a public hearing will be held on Tuesday, July 12, 1983, of the Jefferson County Planning Commission, located the Caxn-t House Annex, 104 East Washington Stree~ in the to coraider imblic comments on the following revised final tted to the Planning Commission for approval: l Ueof Loeatim Size (PUD) South side of Route 51 just east 38 Acres of and adjacent to Opeqmm Misc. Retreat Creek,Facilities an interest in said proposed subdi- meeting. Planning Commission fries on sut vi- reviewed at any time during normal Imsiness hours. By Order of the Jefferson County Planning Commissiou H. President From Interstate 81 South of ]~[arthlsll~'g, W. Va Take Exit No. 5 (inwoud, W.Va. ) Reute 51 East approximately 3~/z miles to Shutts' Cash Grocery (formerly Haines) Turn right - .2 of a mile to sale - OR - From Charles Town, W.Va Take Route 51 West - Go approximately 8 miles to Shutts' Cash Grocery - Turn left - .2 of a mile to sale. MONDAY, MAY 30, 1983 At 9:00 A.M. APPROXIMATELY 20 - 25 TRACTORS -- Including Cubs, Fords, John Deere, Internationals, Fergusens and many other makes. ALSO -- We will be offering a good selection of plows, cultivators, wagons, new and used rotary cutters, 6 and 7 ft. blades, post hole diggers, discs, wood saw, rakes, balers, grain elevators, corn ptgnters, corn pickers, and many other farm related articles too numerous to list. We will be offering a good selection of new and used tools, some household articles-, canned goods, hams, and other food items, some antiques, some coins, and other miscellaneous items. TERMS: CASH. -- NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. ID REQUIRED TO RECEIVE BIDDING NUMBER AUCTIONEERS: BOHRER AND MILLER CLERKS: Bohrer and Bohrer EDGAR A. BOHRER, SALE MGR. NOTE:T'rlIS IS A CONSIGNMENT SALE. lot us turn your unused farm articles, household furnishings and antiques Into cash for you. If you are considerInIj having an auction, please contact us. We would be pleased to serve your needs. ORDER OF SALE: Small Items - Tools, household articles, etc. will be offered promptly at 9 a.m. TRACTORS AND EQUIPMENT - will be offered promptly at 1:00 p.m. NOT RESPONS/ilL/FOi~ ACe/DENTS ON PIMM/S/S ~ m - zl' LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED Illllllllll ESTATE SALE PLACE: 505 Brooke Street, Charles Town, W.Va. SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1983 BEGINNING AT 9:00 A.M. Mahogany dining room suite (9 pc. with 6 needlepoint shield back chairs); Vic- torian sewing cabinet; 7%' contemporary tufted sofa; 7 pc. bedroom suite; 5 pc. bedroom suite; nest of Sheraton tables; fruitwood coffee table, matching end tables; needlepoint ha~; Victorian style rocker; leather recliner; Martha Washington sewing cabinet; dressing table & chair; Valley chair; platform rocker; maple desk, table, chairs& writing desk; wall rack; 2pc. bed- room suite; Lane cedar chest; card table & 4 chairs; occasional chairs; spoon rack; hall mirror; dinette set; drafting table & stool; pr. of crystal lamps. * 17 " ORIENTAL RUGS 17 " - Gomva - Persm Kara Ardabil, Ham, adan. SCATrEP~- Mshar, Hamadan. RCA console color 'IV; Magnavox color 'IV; Zenith color 'IV; console record player and records; RCA radio; Zenith radio; Hammond organ. Amana upright Amana microwave oven; refrigerator; Western elec- tric sewing machine; Waring blender; Hamilton Beach mixer; Hoover sweeper; electric ice cream freezer; electric fans; Regina electribroom; electric type- writer; Chaparral silent exercycle; f~ cabinet; electric clocks. CHINA, G~ARE & SILVER including Jasperware (6 pitchers, 6 plates, 6 eUlm & saucers, sugar & creamer, teapot, jewel box, etc.); Haviland pitcher; 3 Lennox pitchers; s Dresden nut cups; plaeecard halders; Bellesk cups & saucers; souve,~ spoons (collection of 18, some sterling); Revere bowl; sterling coasters; 5 pc. sterling dresser set; candelabra with prisms; jewel case; ccltection of figurines, and more. Quantity of bed & table linens; woven afghan & handmade patchwork quilts. Mi EOUS - mounted blue marlin; Seth Thomas school clock; Xmns mamments; luggage; double barrel hammer shotgun; .32 cal. Tiger I.N.A. l~stol; Hi-Standard model "B" .22 cal.; fmhing tackle & equipment; Leica camera; pro ector; screen; slides, etc.; pictures; frames; books; brass fireplace set; set of brass bells; costume jewelry; Masonic sword, ring & fez; golf bag & clubs; post card collection; lawn fmmiture; kitchen utensils. Cub Cadet model 80 hydrostatic lawn tractor & mower; chain-drive ~ier; Petmey self-pro~ rotary mower; air compreuo~; Lawn Boy rotary mower; bench grinder; Worknmte. Some shop tools; wheelbarrow; ext. ladder; hose; garden tools, ate. -- 1981 BUICK ELECTRA LTD. --fully equipped. 14,000 miles-. Charles Wood & Frances TuNing, Co-Executors Estate of Denny C. Freeman Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller, Jr. Clerks: Furr & Furr Auc'rI~ COMMENT- MINT CONDITION k the only ~ for this merchandbe- a rare opportunity. CAR - RUGS, CUB CAD -S4de - 1:00 P.M. III II I I Number System will be used. WARREN G. Accidents on Premises" CaLlAS "Not Responsible for 5-12-3T. I Inc. WOODSBORO, MD. PRIVATE SALE DAILY Just Arrived, One Load From Maine. One Load From New York State. One Load From New Hampshire. One Load From Vermont And One From Pennsylvania. 25 Fancy First Calf Heifers Load consists of one-half Calf Heifers. Balance 2nd and 3rd Class. All just fresh or close. Many Fancy Purebreds handpicked by the Boss himself. Selections made from the finest heads available. Mel Koib will be at the Maryland farm, located ,~ mile Northeast of Woodsboro, Md on Route 550, Frederick County. EVERY TUESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENINGS 4-7.TF- SHANE'S FARM SERVICE NEW AND USED FARM EQUIPMENT -- SHOP EQUIPMENT OFFICE SUPPLIES -- S MANURE SPREADERS TRACTORS, TRUCKS -- SPECIALTY ITEMS I Have closed my Farm Machinery and Repair Dealership and taken a New Fulitime Job. I will sell the following at my shop on Rt. 340 in Boyce. Clarke County, Virginia. SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1983 At 10:00 A.M. SHARP cure o re Jura * NEW EQUIPMENT * New Idea 456 large roll baler, New Idea 484 small roll baler, New Idea 406, 5 bar rake, New Idea 407, 5 bar rake (R~es are suitabte for double gang hooimpL Tool bar for double gang rake, 2 New Idea 404 wheel rakes, New Idea No. 213 - 176 Bu. manure spreader, Kemiflo H.S. Hay Pre-Serv spray applicator system for large or small bales, including parts inventory, 220 AMP Infra-Red overhead heater, numerous New Idea and Badger parts, 2 wheel large bale mover with hand winch, New Idea 323 - 1 row corn pick- er, Martin Heifer head lock, Martin Free stall. (USED EQUIPMENT) * 1976 Ford 1 Ton service truck with covered utility body, Eguipped mounted Lincoln 225 welder (AC-DC) with cable, New torch set w~th 75ft. hose, Rarnsey 8000 lb. winch with 150ft. cable. This unit is perfect and ready to work for you. 1967 GMC 4000 with 20ft. metal bed (Recent engine work), Farmall 230 (Super C) with fast hitch, Tractor just overhauled and painted. I.H. 2 or 4 row cultivators with fast hitch, mounted corn planter for Super C Allis-Chak, ners W.D. 14 (24 Hrs. on overhauled en- gine) with 14 m. - 2 bottom plow and 2 row cultivators, Badger Silage wagon with 8-ton running gear (Rebuilt), ,New Idea 206 Ground driven manure spreader (Mint condition), ,New Idea No. 17 Ground driven manure spreader {Rebuilt), .lnternattonal 100 Ground ctnven manure ader ( A-I Shape), * New Idea No. 8 Horse drawn manure spreader, ulic tail gate for N.I. Spreader, N.I. Litter Pan 28ft. Owens Goose Neck flatbed trailer (Rated 7% tons) with low side boards, Bows & Canvas and fifth wheel hitch, 20ft. Van Body with overhead light, shelves, Overhead Door Suitable For Storage Building, New Idea 6 Ton Wagon Running Gear, New Holland 273 Conventiorml Baler, McCulloch Chain Saw,John Deere 24-T Conventional Baler, Badger Round Baler For Parts,McCormick 13 x 7 Grain Drill, Farmall C Engine For Parts, , Towrnotor and Clark Forldfftss For Parts, John Deere 80-A Scraper Blade, I. H. 275 Haybine For Parts, Bale Twine, Mounted 12.4 x 24 Tractor Tires (Excellent), 7.60 Mounted implement Tires, Front End For Farm- all-M. Silo-Matic Unloader for Parts, Badger Unloader For Parts, Aux. Gas Tank For Pick~4p Truck, Hydraulic Cylinder, Rachet Jack Turn- IBUCKLE, ~ed V-Belts, Miscellaneous Tires and Rims. (SHOP EQUIPMENT) Elec. impact Air impact wrench, Hydraulic jacks, Railroad jack, portable air tank, 2 come-slangs, numerous chains and los0 binders, Arc-fit pipe notcher with dies up to 2 inches, Specialized pipe railing tool, , Citatmn model 90 steam cleaner, Hydraulic hose coupling machine assort, pipe & lyme fiW .Clipper brand belt laeer, 10in. clipper belt cutter Stand for mrRe rolls of belting FneumaUc Ure ctmnger AG. Tronic 3000 Watt Generator, . Complete miniature portable torch set. . Marquette gauge and torch set Star Power fastener gun for concrete and steel work Bainbridge power band hack saw, * Marquette battery charger, Quick check battery tester,Air power grease gun, 6 Drawer Key Way and fitting assortment box full of parts New metal bins filled with assorted bolts, nuts and washers, . Large metal shelf units from room, * Rack for holding metal in shop, parts cleaner, drop cords, clamps, air regulator. (LIVESTOCK, CONSTRUCTION AND MATERIAL HANDLING) I0 Grain bin jacks, 1 center bin ack, . Nursery deck flooring for Pig house, Pig waterers for barrels, Nzpple waterers and in line cup waterers. for farrowing crates, grain bin supplies, boppers, ladders, bolts, vents, tmrts for t[& 8 in. Auger sysmms, tower umt tor portable Anger, Silage pipe hangers, brackets, safe~ cage parts & ladders 180fL heavy Rope, 4 in. Grain Angers. Bulk Feed bin parts & Acces- Polypropolene ] sories, Stairway Auge~ parts, * 12x10 overhead garage door & track (Complete), large wooden shipping crates, squirrel cage fan with motor, Hot air furnace. 150,000 BTU Overhead gas furnace. (OFFICE AND MISCELLANEOUS) Metal office desk. L.C. Smith tvvewriter and table, office chairs, 3-M - 149 copy machine, 2 electric adding machines, Arco print time clock, Misc. office books and supplies, New Idea and Badger file card system for inventory, Industrial welcome mats. AUC11ONarS NOTE: This ~ctlon Incl$ ~ Ip~i~i~Ity Items rarely avlildde m Auction. Don't m~ mls ep1~r~ to buy at your price. TERMS: CASH, Nothing to be removed until settled for. NOT/EI~.4PONS#BL/PaR A CClIHrN/'S SHANE'S FARM SERVICE ARTHUR SHANE, JR. 703-837-1125 WM. B. WATKINS, Ill,Auctioneer RFD. No. 1 Berryvflle, Va. 703-955-3606 (LUNCIf A VAILABLi) i~