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2 Spdng Designated as County Histodc Landmark Spring, north of ,Walper's Crossroads, has been listed as a Jef- Historic Landmark. The house was built about 1800 by William property then known as Big Spring Tract. It became known as during its ownership by Morgan's daughter, Ruhannah, and Edward Southwood. It was sold in 1846. Until recent years its were covered with nineteenth century stucco as at Hazelfield In 1956 the home was bought by Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Ham- a Znuch needed renovation, care was given to preserving original door and window frames, chair rails and marbelized floor :Outside stucco was so severely eroded that it was removed and the There is indication in the stonemasonry that an addition was the south side. Craft I one to sit back he decided L show, on the Fair 25. f Berryville, occurred by performance conditions of of trust from .and Carolyn S. and wife, to Trustee, Clerk of the Jefferson n'ginia in Deed 646, and the having Undersigned sale of the described to payment of the un- will, on 7, 1978 LOT auction of real estate thereon Heights, Jef- Virginia, Lot No. of 0.7746 and being Carolgn S. wife, by 1, 1971, of the Court for Virginia page 243. cash e balance in installments One and two With the ',e to be or notes of interest ' eXceed the rate, trust on the with the or pur- .entire cash , In excess of price With the to be or notes aforesaid, and adjourned by an- Sale first the on the t dwelling Trustee one of 13 children, owns a fur- niture building shop on Rt. 340, North, where he and his son Van, specialize in colonial and custom work. He sells regularly to five + dealers and fills numerous special requests. Among items on display for sale at the fair will be macrame, pottery, handmade jewelry, quilting, leatherwork, batik and crochet work. Also included will he live bluegrass and country TRUSTEE'S SALE VALUABLE REAL ESTATE SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. VA. Default having occurred by the maker in the performance of the terms and conditions of that certain deed of trust from Jake Jenkins, widower, to Henry W. Morrow, Trustee, dated November 15, 1977, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court for Jefferson County, West Virginia in Deed Book 432 at page 490, and the party therein secured having required the undersigned Trustee to make sale of the property therein described to satisfy the indebtedness secured by said deed of trust, payment of which is in default, the un- dersigned Trustee will on FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1978 AT 11:00 A.M. + IN THE FORENOON ON THE PARKING LOT PREMISES OF JEFFERSON SECURITY BANK AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF PRINCESS & WASHINGTON STREETS IN SHEPHERDSTOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, W. VA. offer for sale at public auction, to the highest responsible bidder that certain Parcel of real estate and the improvements thereon in the Town of Shepherdstown, Jefferson County, West Virginia, known as the westerly half of Lot 139 on the unofficial plat of Shepherdstown fronting 51.5 feet on the north side of German or Main Street and extending back a uniform width 2()6 feet to an alley in the rear. Terms of Sale: One third cash on day of sale and the balance in two equal annual installments due and payable one and two years from date with the deferred balance to be evidenced by a note or notes of the purchaser, bearing interest from date not to exceed the lawful prevailing contract rate, secured by deed of trust on the property conveyed, with the tight of the purchaser or pur- chasers to pay the entire cash price or an amount in excess of one-third of the purchase price on day of sale with the remaining balance to be evidenced by note or notes bearing interest as aforesaid, payable as aforesaid, and secured as aforesaid. The sale may be adjourned from time to time by an- nouncement by the auctioneer at the time and place of sale first mentioned above without the necessity of further publication. The improvements on the property consist of a brick dwelling house, and inspection d the premises may be made by arrangements with the un- dersigned Trustee, at Charles Town, W. Va., Telephone 304-725- 344!. Henry W. Morrow, Trustee Auctioneer: Edward "Ned" Morrow June 15-4t and western music and a Civil War exhibit. Augusta Malone Participated In Atlanta Symposium Augusta Malone, a 1975 graduate of Jefferson High School, and a daughter of Mrs. Ollie Malone of Rippon, W. Va., was one of seven students of the TRUSTEE'8 SALE VALUABLE REAL ESTATE RANSON, W. VA. Default having occurred by the makers in the performance of the tedms and conditions of that certain deed of trust from GRogex Gaskins and Katherine askins, husband and wife, to Henry W. Morrow, Trustee, dated August 11, 1972, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court for Jefferson County, West Virginia in Deed Book 347 at page 522, and the party therein secured having required the undersigned Trustee to make sale of the property therein described to satisfy the indebtedness secured by said deed of trust, payment of which is in default, the un- dersigned Trustee will, on FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1978 AT 10:00 A.M. IN THE FORENOON IN FRONT OF THE JEFFERSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE IN CHARLES TOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, W. VA. offer for sale, at public auction, to the highest responsible bidder that certain parcel of real estate and the improvements thereonl located in the City of Ranson in: Jefferson County, West Virginia, and being all of Lots 26, 27 and 28 in Block 107-A as the same are bounded and described on a plat recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court for Jefferson County, West Virginia. And being the same property which was conveyed to Roger Gaskins and Katherine Gaskins by Edith W. Strider. widow, by deed dated June 15, 1959, recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 232 at page 224. Terms of Sale: One third cash on day of sale and the balance in two equal annual installments due and payable one and two years from date with the deferred balance to  be evidenced by a note or notes of the purchaser, bearing,interest from date not to exceed the lawful prevailing contract rate secured by deed of trust on the property conveyed, with the right of the purchaser or pur- chasers to pay the entire cash price or an amount in excess of one.third of the purchase price on day of sale with the remaining balance to be evidenced by note or notes bearing interest as aforesaid payable as aforesaid, and secured as aforesaid. The sale may be adjourned from time to time by an- nouncement by the auctioneer at the time and place of sale first mentioned above without the necessity of further publication. The improvements on the property consist of a dwelling house. Henry W. Morrow, Trustee Auctioneer: Edward "Ned" Morrow June 15-4t ,,,,, University of Maryland, Eastern Shore, who had the privilege to participate in the sixth annual Biomedical Symposium held in Atlanta, Ga., March 27-29. The symposium was spon- sored by the minority biomedical support program of the National Institute of Health. Three of'the students -- John Snowden, Mary Sharff, and .Rebecca Walker, along with laboratory technician Richard Greenlee, presented scholarly papers and Augusta Malone, along with Constance Maforo, Frederick Douglas, Valerie Rochester, Sharon Johnson, Daryl Crutchfield, Augusta Malone and Audrey Gomes and associate research Gary Clemmons, and faculty advisor Jack Pinion, participated in the program. Augusta Malone was also one of three students accepted for the medical technology programs at Peninsula General Hospital Medical Center in Salisbury, Md. These students plan to begin their studies this month. The cooperative venture between Salisbury State College and UMES along with the hospitals, leads to a degree in biology ind state certification as a registered medical i technolognst. Miss Malone is studying to be a medical technologist. Announce Honor Roll Students Shepherdstown The faculty of Shepherdstown Junior High School has an- nounced the list of honor roll students for the final six weeks of the school term. They include: 7TH GRADE Jane Brown, Francis Daniel, Judy Forsythe, Chuck Goff, Cassie Hart, Jennifer Headings, Betsy Hill, Carlton Holmes, Rob Hoxton, Jeanne lngals, Joe Jones, Sherry KelLer, Nadine Ledford, Deidre LeMaster Michelle Leveque, Matt Miller Andy Moore, Jared Scheerer Beverly Schwartz, Jimmy Scott, A. J. Shiben, Mike Smith Evelyn Townes, Chris Walls Donald Wert, Brett Wilmore. 8TH GRADE Donna Hall, all A's; Todq Banks, Todd Basore, Lee Car- per, Kevin Carter,. Gary Coy, Jeanine Hammond, David NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE In execution of a certain deed of trust made by'JESSE L. HALL and CAROL L. HALL husband and wife, to the un- dersigned Trustee, dated July 19, 1975, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book No. 393, Page 701, default having been made in the provisions of said deed of trust, and being required by the beneficiary so to do, the un- dersigned Trustee will sell at public auction, at the front door of the Court House of Jefferson County, at Charles Town, West Virginia, on Fr-iday, July 7, 1978, at 10:00 A.M., EDST, the following described real estate, to-wit: All of the following described real estate, situate in Middleway District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, to-wit: Lot No. 138 Hidden River Farm, Happy Creek Section, Part One, as the same is designated and described on a plat of said Happy Creek Section, made by Richard U. Goode, C.L.S., dated June 7, 1972, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Plat Book No. 3, Page 25, to which reference is made, containing 1.501 Acres; together with a non- exclusive right of way over all , roadways delineated on said plat for access to and from said land and the public road. Conveyance will be subject to utility easements of record, and to restrictive covenants against commercial use of the property or further'subdivision thereof, and to a subdivision-wide agreement for annual con- tribution to a road maintenance fund. This lot is near the Opequon Creek, hut does not have frontage on it. 'TERMS: one third cash on day of sale; balance in two equal annual installments payable one and two years, respectively, after date, plus interest at 8 percent per annum, payable semi-annually and secured by deed of trust on said real estate; at the option of the purchaser, the cash payment may be in- creased, or the entire purchase price may be paid in cash at the time of sale. Thomas W. Steptoe Trustee Paul E. Miller, Jr.- Auctioneer June 15-4t 4* SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 13 THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1978 June Dairy Month Feature is "Guess the Weight of the Cow" + One young man studies the cow prior to his guess in the "guess the weight" of the dairy cow contest, while West Virginia Dairy Princess, Julie Sommer and members of the 4-H dairy club look on. Winners in the contest included a four- way tie for first between Hobert Walford, Gina Myers, Robert Biller, Jr., and Robert Whitmore, with a guess of 1800 pounds. Donna Fritts was second with a guess of 1785 pounds and Frank Gift was third with a guess of 1805 pounds. Winners will receive prizes of milk and ice cream from High's in Ranson. The cow actually weighed 1794 pounds, and the 149 guesse ranged from 105 pounds to 5000 pounds. Hanak, Mark Hayes, Debra Hedge, Dennis Hough, Sonja James, Scott Kemp, Brett Morris, Douglas Ogden, Karla Rauch, Charlene Roman, George Skinner, Denise Smith, Lydia Starliper, Candace Swartz, Andy Taylor, Barry Vitez, Beth Wanger, Jessica Woods, Jamie Youler. 9TH GRADE Karl Bates, all A's; Andrew Banks, Darlene Bowling, Tom Boyle, Crystal Brady, Lynn Carpenter, Elizabeth Daniel, Tom Diehi, Lisa Dunn, Billy ,Fritts, John Hooper, Jodi Johnson, Jeey Kessel, Rebecca Kramer, Colleen Lewis, Todd Ranch, Annabel Wait, Tracey Weese, Steve Weigel, Terry Weisenburg, Ross Wilmore. Special Education: Cora Branson. Camping Seasonl Opening July 2 The summer camping season ior area Girl Scouts will com- mence in early July according to Ms. Myra Johnson, Executive Director, of the Shawnee Girl Scout Council. Ms. Johnson announced that Camp White Rock, the Council camp located on the Cacapon River, near Capon Bridge, will open for the 1978 Resident Camping season on Sunday, July 2. In addition to the opening of the camping season an "Open House" for friends and parents of the area Girl Scouts will be held at Camp White Rock from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 2. Ms. Johnson advised that six weekly camping sessions will he conducted during the season and the sessions, which run from July 2 through August 16, will include a variety of camping program. Regular sessions, which include activities such as swimming, canoeing, hiking, crafts and outdoor cooking, will he offered each week. In ad- dition, special camping sessions will he conducted to run con- currently with the regular sessions. The special sessions, which concentrate on a par. ticular outdoor skill each session, will offer canoeing and campcraft, backpacking, swimming and canoeing, lifesaving and orienteering Survival camping. Johnson further stated that girls from out of Council and non-Girl Scouts are also Circle Drive, Berryville, Va., welcome to participate in the I has been named Outstanding Resident Camp sessions. [ Junior Officer of the Year for the Reservations and details on the [ Alaskan Air Command. various programs scheduled can I Captain Nettles, chief of he obtained by writing or calling J management and procedures at the Resident Camp Director, [ Elelson AFB, Alaska, was Camp White Rock, Rt. 1, Box[selected for exemplary 133A, Gore, Va., 22637, 304-856-1leadership, devotions to duty 2854. All area Girl Scouts are and professional performance. urged to get their camping The captain is assigned to the reservations in early. ]5010th Supply Squadron at Shawnee Girl Scout Council [ Elelson. serves 16 counties in Maryland, [ Captain Nettles, a 1962 Pennsylvania, Virginia and[graduate of Narlmasu High West Virginia and is a United l School, Tokyo, Japan, received a Way Agency. B.A. degree in 1966 from Auburn I University, where he was Capt. T. C. Nettles commissioned through the ir Force Reserve Officers Training Is Officer 0f Year I program He also earned l an M.B.A degree in 1967 from FAIRBANKS, Alaska --I Auburn. Captain Thomas C. Nettles, son His wife Carol, is the daughter of Mrs. Elsie S. Nettles, of 91of Mrs. Edith Weldon of An- niston, Ala. II I II II II [ NOTICE l EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1978 THE RA TES OF CHARGE AT THE JEFFERSON COUNTY LANDFILL WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: Passenger Automobiles NO CHARGE Station Wagons, Vans and Pick-Ups (Partial Loads).... Sl.00 Pick-Up Trucks (Full Loads) Wagons and Trailers....... s2.00 Single Axle Trucks Under 12 CUe yds. Capacity....... $4.00 Single Axle Trucks 12 CUe yds. Capacity and Over........ s7.00 Garbage Packer Trucks and Tandem Axle Trucks....... $9.00 30 to 40 CUe yd. Packer Boxes........... $20.00 BY ORDER OFTHE JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION JOHN E. OTT, CLERK JUNE 22 - 2T I I Illlll I II II I Ill Ill I I I NOW I'VE #Or IT Illllllllll +1 smile all the WaymtO Jefferson Bank That's where I can get the BIG Iwas looking for a bank that could give me that big, big 7%. Now I've got it-the Jefferson Security Bank; in Shepherdstown. They have certificates of deposit all the way from 12-month 6% certificates to 48 month 7%% certificates. Of course, the law requires a penalty for early with- drawal, but that doesn't worry me, because I went my money to keep on working.getting me that big Jefferson Security interest. That's why I smile all the way to this bank. Bank MEMBER F.D.I.C. TELEPHONE 876-2501 I I I i II I " I II NOTE: Minimum deposits of $500.00. increaqmd in +ncrements of $100.00. except for the 7A% certificate for 4 years, where the minimum dePosit is $5,000,00 and up in increments of $100.00. I Illl I I I ] '1 I / " Ii I