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SPIRIT OF ,JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1 3 THURSDAY, JUNE 8,1978 Involvement Noted End Activities Held stown Day Care W. VA. Day Care a flurry of during May ioved to be a parent in- the center's Old Town and operated Wayne a gracious host like, "I've it here," in the windows were heard Mr. and brought an dogs to the a maltese a cocker sled dog, a and a visit lamb which ll]owed to feed of milk. was next on visitors in Gibbons, mother, who and sang for guitar picks strum her were "one.strum conferences May and a cam- of each on the child's made bloom and were the walk to Rumsey Monument. Needless to say, the morning snack was a welcome treat before the return hike to the center. Parents, children, board members, staff, and friends gathered at Morgan's Grove Park Pavilion, June 6, for the center's year-end picnic. Over a hundred people were present to enjoy the food and the children's "surprise". Board of Director officers and members present at the picnic were introduced to the parents and Mr. Newton Washington, Nho has recently completed a term on the board, was recognized for his faithful service. Number one ribbons were presented to all parents who so generously donated their time and energies to make the rummage sale a great success. The 20 children who will he entering the public school kin- dergarten in the fall, were recognized. At last the time came for the children's "surprise", which included a dramatization of "The Three Bears" by the Sunshine Room children and the dramatization of the story, The Carrot Seed and the song Little Cabin in "the Woods by the Rainbow Room. Both classes joined in singing Little Red Bird in the Tree and singing and dancing to The Shoemaker Dance. As the applause from parents and friends assured the children that their "surprise" was enjoyed, the 1977-78 school year ended on a happy note. Center children who par- ticipated in the surprise were: Lisa Anderson, Clint Reckart Billy Fraley, Kerry Gates, Marsha Thomas, JiJi Beckett Joshua Moreland, Marshall ESTATE occurred by performance of of trust from S. wife, to Trustee, 1976, recorded Clerk of the Jefferson in Deed 646, and the having Undersigned sale of the described to payment of the un- Will, on 7, 1578 &.M. auction, estate thereon Heights, Jef- Virginia, as Lot No. ,tea of 0.7746 and being wife, by 1, 1971, of the Court for Virginia Page 243. cash -' balance in tnStallments and two With the to be or notes of interest eXceed tlm rate, onthe With the put- cash to be Or notes adjourned on tile dwelling 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 d the property therein described to satisfy the indebtedness secured by said deed d trust, payment d which is in default, the un- dersigned Trustee will on FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1978 AT II:00A.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 Sbepberdstown, 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 206 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 pro'chaser, bearing interest from date net 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.exceas d one-thlrd of the purchase price on day of sale with the remaining balance to be evidenced by note or notes bearing interest as afor?-,oaid, 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 of the premises may be made by arrangements with the un- dersigned Trustee, at Charles Town, W. Va., Telephone 304-725- 3441. Henry W. Morrow, Trustee Auetionemr: Edward "Ned" MmTOW June 15-4t i ,H, H, , i Foley, Stephanie Frye, Martha Bayer, Ashley Skinner, Debra Wenner, Alicia Thomas, Jamie Stevenson, Jared Moran, Both Jackson, G. W. Wright, Ricky Lightcap, Laura Beth Wilson, Kady Cobb, Chimone Boomei', Becky Gibbons, Tasha King, Brook Tucker, and Christopher Bahr. Center school children who attended the picnic were Wayne Sprouse, Lanny Gates and Shannon Harris. The summer enrichment program is currently in progress and will continue through Aug. 4. Openings are available. Details may be secured by calling the center at 876-6293. Gid Scout Camp Open House July 2 Open House will he held at Camp White Rock, the Resident Camp for the Shawnee Girl Scout Council, on Sunday, July 2, from I0 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Chris and Martha Peeke Camp Managers and Outdoor Program Directors, advised that the Open House, an annual affair at Camp White Rock, is a family fun day for Girl Scouts, their families and friends, all of whom are cordially invited to par- ticipate in the games, events and outdoor activities being planned. The Peekes said that the Open House activities would incltide demonstrations of camp ac- tivities, tours of the Camp area and its facilities, new games mini-tonrnaments and a "good ale family get-together". Hot dogs, hamburgers and soft drinks will he sold and you may picnic if you wish. Camp White Rock is located on the Cacapon River, 3 miles south of Capon Bridge, on the Christian Church Road. ON RUSSIAN WHEAT MOSCOW -- Cool, wet weather has delayed spring planting of Russian wheat, raising prospects of a poor harvest and further purchases from the non-communist world, Western agriculture ex- perts said. TRUSTEE'S SALE VALUABLE REAL ESTATE RANSON, W. VA. Default having occurred by the makers in the performance of the terns and conditions of that certain deed of trust from Roger Gaskins and Katherine Gaskinsi husband and wffe, to Henry W. Morrow, Trustee, dated August ii, 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 I0:00 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 thereon located in the City of Raoson 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 propprty conveyed, with the right of the purchaser or pur- chasers to pay the entire cash price or an amount in excess of ene-third of the purchase price on day of sale with the remaining balance to be evidenced by note or notes hearing 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: Evard "Ned" Morrow June 15-4t W.VA. DAIRY PRINCESS IS SHOWN ON HER VISIT TO JEFFERSON COUNTY The 1977-78 West Virginia Dairy Princess, Miss Julie Sommer, of Mason County, is shown on her recent visit to Jefferson County holding Driswood Monarch Kim, the dairy cow which was given away in a "guess-the-weight" of the dairy cow contest, sponsored by the Jefferson County Cream of the Crop 4-H Dairy Club. The, feed and eight gallons of milk shown in the picture to the left, represent an average day in the life of Kim, the prize-winning dairy cow. "Super Summer 78" Opens June 30th 01d Opera House The Old Opera House in Charles Town announces its "Super Theatre Summer '78" program will open June 30th and run through the Labor Day weekend, with six different] attractions to be' presented, l ranging from Broadway hit l shows to Bluegrass to an evening ] of "From Op to Pop." The first production will be "A Thousand Clowns," the hilarious on-stage, off-beat comedy presented by The Actor's[ Company. This versatile troupe this production, with great success, earlier in the year in this area as dinner theatre. They will play two performances only, Friday and Saturday, June 30 and July I, under the direction of Dion Anderson. July 7 and 8 and 14 and 15 brings "Butterflies Are Free" to the Opera House stage, directed by Ferdinand Perrone. This exciting Broadway comedy about a wish come true is young, funny and sentimental and has captured the hears of theatre- goers throught the country. Barbara Stenger's one woman 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 Friday, July 7, 1978, at IO: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 28, 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 easementsof 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, but does nol 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 - A,-=---=-- concert, "From Op to Pop", is slated for one night only, July 22. Ms. Stenger is well known for her very beautiful voice throughout the tri-state area. She'has sung with Pablo Casals and at the American premier of "The Human VOice". She will really display her versatility and range by entertaining with everything from popular show tunes to erious Opera. She will be accompanied by her husband, Jay Stenger, unequalled on the keyboards in this area. For a complete switch, July 29 and August 5 brings pure West Virginia music of the mountains. The "Critton Hollow String Band" will he on board for Saturday, July 29, specializing in the traditional Irish-American tunes that were of the pre- bluegrass era. Saturday, August 5, is dubbed "West Virginia Saturday Night" and plans are still being mades to which groups will present the festival of West Virginia music -- old and new. Rounding out the "Super Theatre Summer '78" will be the smash hit Broadway musical of the '70's, "Godspell", the musical based on the Gospel according to St. Matthew.An exhuberant cast, under the direction of Robert Angel, is already in rehearsals working toward the August 11 opening. "Godspell" will play each Friday and Saturday through September 2. "Super Theatre Summer '78" is a complete new format for the Opera House. It is the fifth summer season and each year shows improvement in the scheduling. Artistic and Ad- ministrative Director Robert Angel, feels that this will be the best summer season ever and will offer diversity in en- tertainment to its patrons. All performances are scheduled for 8 p.m. Prices are $4 and $3 for all shows except "Godspell" when all seats will be $5. Children 12 and under will be admitted for half price. In- formation and reserved tickets may be obtained at the Opera House office, 204 N. George St., from noon til 6:30 p.m,, Tuesday through Saturday. Water Safety I'm Ridge Runnm 441 Rev. Richard Ned The Ridge Runners 4-1"I Club a Shenandoah Junction held their June meeting at the home of Judy Forsythe. The Rev. Richard Neal presented a most informative visual presentation and lecture on water safety. This excellent presentation provided the members with many valuable safety, tips that will be useful during this swimming season. The business meeting was held as usual with the la'esident, Barbara Maphis, presiding. Ann Tennant introduced her guest Steve Wrash. Bill Termant gave a presentation on his photography proje. The club is still in the process of selling qualt bulbs from Holland. All orders must be in by July 15. Anyone wanting bulbs for fall planting, coroet any club member or call 976.6. It was noted that this club earned a blue ribbon foe its outstanding participation at the armual 4-g Field Day held at the Community Center last month. There is no scheduled meeting for the Ridge Runners foe July. It is time for the clubs annual picnic'to be held at the Clear- brock Irruption Park on July 9 All 'club members and their families are invited to attend this r. PANTRAN will not be operating Monday, July 3, 1978 in. recognition of INDEPENDENCE DAY Regularly Scheduled Service will be provided for Tuesday, July 4, 1978 THE EASTERN PANHANDLE TRANSIT AUTHORITY .. "PANTRA-N" is he00o Serve You. 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