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NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Of Valuable Real Estate! BY virtue of the authority vest ed in me by a Deed of Trust dated June,, 30, 1954, and executed by Edith P. Eby, Widow, et als., to the undersisned, James M. Mason 3d, Trustee, to secure the pay- ment of those certain notes there- in described, recorded in the of- fice of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 200, Pag( 140, the said notes now being du( and payable and default havint.' been made in the payment there of, the undersigned, having been required so to do by the hold(r: of said notes, will offer for salt at public auction, to the highes bidder, at the front door of the Court House in Charles Town, Jef ferson County, West Virginia, on this: 22nd Day OF JULY, 1961 AT TEN O'CLOCK (10:00) A. M., DAY LIGHT SAVING TIME the following parcel of real es tare with improvements thereon The n~an with I~EW IDEAS FOR A NEW ERA lying and being in Charles Towi Magisterial District, JeffersoI County, West Virginia, located on the north side of the Rublic road leading from Charles Town to Lee town, about three (3) miles nortb west of Charles Town, and morl particularly bounded and descrit: ed as follows: Beginning at a point on the Le( town-Charles Town Road, whicl~ point corners with the land ot Mrs. Mazie ~Watson and running thence along said public road which is also along the lines of Mrs. Mazie Watson north 53 de- grees 10 minutes west 1107 feet to a point in said road; thence north 22 degrees east 44 feet to a white oak stump; thence north 66 degrees 40 minutes west 457 feet to a point in said road, which is also corner the lands of H. K. Ambler; north 32 degrees 40 rain utes west 289 feet to a point; thence still along said road and which is along the lands of H. K. Ambler and the Wageley lot;; north 53 degrees, 20 minutes west 1298 fet to a corner in said road where the Brown's Shop-Bardane Road joins said road; thence along the Brown's Shop-Bardane Road, which is also the line of the lands of the Coyle heirs; north 30 de- grees ea}t 241 feet; thence still along said road, which is along the land of said heirs, north 32 degrees 6 minutes east 2981 feet to a post, corner with the lands of Frank Taylor; thence along said Taylor lands and the lands of Mrs. Franklin M~oler south 41 de- grees 26 minutes east 2794 feet to a post corner with the lands of Mrs. Mazie Watson; thence along said Watson land south 26 degrees 20 minutes west 1436 feet to a post; and thence still along said lands, south 62 degrees 50 min- utes east 171 feet to a post; thence still along the said lands, south 26 degrees 20 minutes west 1322 IN qy Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Mr. and Mr-~-. Phil Perks and Jean of Charles Town were callers with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue and Children Tuesday evening. Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger and Mrs. Clark Furr drove to White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Wednes- day to attend the Funeral of Mr. Perry returning home on Friday. The Young Adult Class of the Methodist Sunday School gave a feet to a post and the said Lee- town-Charles Town Public Road, the point and place of beginning containing 195.85 acres, more or less, according to plat and survey thereof made by J. Jas. Skinner, Surveyor, dated July 10, 1940. Being the same land which was conveyed to John Julian Eby, by the New York Life Insurance Company by deed dated June 25; 1936, recorded in Deed Book 144 Page 203, records of Jefferson County, West Virginia. Subject to an easement or right of way for transmission system to the Northern Virginia Power Company, by deed dated August 29, 1931, recorded in Deed Book stork shower at the home of Mrs. Howard Sagles Wednesday night for Mrs. Jimmy Locke. Miss Ann" Gardner, Mrs. John Gardner, Mrs. Warren Collis, Diane and Tricia Collis and Vicki Blue left Friday at noon for Black Water Falls, W. Va. for the week end. Mrs. Viola Chapman has re- turned home after a visit with her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Dameron. Mr. Charles Blue of Martins- burg was a caller Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue and children. Mrs. Warren Worley of Han- over, Pa., was a week end guest of her sister Mrs. Bates Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Wilson and Karen were week end guests :)f Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Morland. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Furr of Hager ~own, Md. were callers Saturday ~vening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Boy attending his High School class reunion Saturday night with dinner at the "Blue Grass Inn". Mrs. Fred Turner, Sacramento, Cal. Miss Lida Mae Macon, Wash- ington, D. C. and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McDonald of Berryville, Va., were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fritts and Wilson. - I Ohio. t Virginia have been visiting Mr. I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rm~Eas Slushers-Wilsons Picnic I Mrs. William Wisham, of Phil, land Mrs. Cave Brookman. ] 4--B THURSDAY, JULY 13 The Slushers and Wilsons had adelphia, Penna. spent the week Mrs. Lewis Miller has accepted __ --': I a picnic Sunday at the Park in end with her mother Mrs. Grover employment at Newton D. Baker Martinsburg, guests were Mr. and Leith. ,Veterans Hospital, Martinsburg. I RUMMAGE SALE JULY 14-15 , In Russia they have a Mrs. M. H. Wilson, Jerry Wilson, ~Mrs. Oscar Seal is confined to Her mother Mrs. Clarence Wri-[ -- every hotel room--only it Miss Sandra Bradley of Texas, her home with a virus infection, glet is keeping the children Jeff[ The W. S. C. S. of Chestnut you. Chipper and Alfred Owens, Mr. Gave Pieinc and Doug while she is working. [Hill will hold a rummage sale -------. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer of Big Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Cook, of I Mr. Sell Henderson was taken [Friday and Saturday at the home ' If you find life is em I of Mrs.15th.Ida E. McCauley Saturday putting something into i Pool, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene near Charles Town gave a picnic to the Charles Town H°spital~JulYl Jackson of near Martinsburg, at their home July 2nd. Those: last week where he underwent an[ ~ I} )¢~s-,~,~,r~-~-.c-~,~,r,r'J',~',~ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bohrer of Martin present were Mr. and Mrs. Jess, operation. sburg, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ash- Brookman, Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. [ , • I Bonn to prepay $587,000,000 L~I I~ I~L~L LlkllL wood and grandchildren Gary and Cave Brookm,a apd grandchild-[y.. IJ,,J 4 U pl..L I POStwar debt. ' I ULIJ UUMIrIII Becky Clem of Ranson Mrs. Minor ren Dale, and~ Bl:enda, Mr. and [ l[][=llGlU 't'll ~,IUU Wilson and daughter Daisy of Mrs. Alonzo Brookman, Mr. and!a,- ,. - tomesr"" " The r~an with Appll/kNCE I Wilson and son Toni of Berry, Mrs. Longerbeam and daughter The Try-Hard 4-H Club held viUe, James Slusher, Mr. and Mrs. of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis regular meeting at 8 o'clock July I ] Corner Charles Ernest Slusher, Mr. and Mrs. Brookman and daughter of Spring 6, at the home of the leader, Mrs. [ ] Washington Stred E,nest Slusher, Jr. and daughter field, Va. Miss Phillis Cook of jMichael E. Rice, with talks and[ [ Gaff and Doris Sisk, Mr. and Mrs. Pikeside. ,.demonstrations by Linda Engle, NORMAN Eo KISNER Charles Town, W. i I M. H. Wilson, Jr. Mr. Herbert Snyder of Millers- Glen Penwell and John Stangner, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and ville, Md. visited his p~rents Mr. providing the program. I]INSURANCE AGENCY i ~rr~,,~ ~-- [ GENERALEELE Kim of Charles Town were supper and Mrs. Fred SnYder recently. The group discussed ways of rats ] Office City B~dlding ] SALES and SER'¢ guests of Mrs. Bruce Furr Sunday Miss Nannie Fleming is visiting ing money for the club and then evening, her brother-in-law and sister Mr. l a contest to see which member l Telephone 552 I R. C. A. VICTOR- ( Mrs. Frank Chapman was a call. and Mrs. Frank Watson near Lee- [ could give the most natural appea- er Sunday afternoon with Mrs. J. town. ~ rance of a hobo. Linda Engle } Charles Town, W. Va. ] TV SALES & SEIt S. Locke. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sager spent placed first, Linda Bright second | .~,,.~o ] i We Service All Makes Messers Stanley and James Sunday with thdir son and daugh- and John Stagner third. Rodgers of Washington, D. C: ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donaldl Following the meeting refresh-] ~A'f|ONW|OE ] Phone 202 were week end guests of their Sager in Shepherdstowa. The i ments in hobo style. I i~,~MUTUALINSURANCECOMPAN¥ | I sister Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger in occasion was the 6th birthday of ~ I .~-.,7~. MUr0At rmtmsu~A~ct C0MrMm ! ! .......... Charles Town. their grand~on Jeffrey. I U.S. scienusts find Soviet Ii -*" t~t mSU~NCt co.P~m I I VAUL ~ I#IUZk Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gardner of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lloyd of hopeful on arms talk. I s,mo~,: c~,. o~. I 136, Page 316, of records in Jef- ferson County, West Virginia. And likewise being the same property of which the said John J. Eby died, intestate, seized and possessed and which, pursuant to the Statute of Descent and Dis- tribution in force in West Virgin. in, descended and passed to Ed- ith P. Eby, for life with the re- mainder to Virginia E. Albin, Shir ley J. Eby, John J. Eby, Jr., Edith Eby Plass and Donald S. Eby, as ~he sole surviving children of the said John J. Eby who, together with their respective spouses, join ed in the execution of the afore said Deed of Trust. TERMS OF SALE One-third (~) cash on day of sale, balance in two (2) equal in- stallments, evidenced by the notes of the purchaser, bearing even date with day of sale, payable on or before one (1) and two (2) years after date, respectively, bearing interest from date at six per cent (6%) per annum, pay- able semi-annually, secured by a Deed of Trust upon the property sold, and assignment of fire in sur ance in reasonable amounts upon the buildings there on, if any, with the privilege to the purchase of paying all cash on day of sale or increasing the cash payments as he may desire. James M. Mason, 3d Trustee To inspect this property call Charles Town: 16. ADJOURNMENT of Trustee's Sale! The foregoing trustee's sale will be adjourned and continued until July 29, 1961 at the same time and place. James M. Mason, 3d Trustee June 224t- family Saturday afternoon• Miss Kenna Fritts visited with Miss Joy Dunn of near Middle- way Sunday afternoon. The Busy Workers 4-H Club met at the home of Kitty and Vickie Blue Friday night. Con- servation was the theme for the program, Mrs. William Coyle was the guest speaker. Miss Geraldine Fritts of Wash- ington, D. C. spent last week during her vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fritts and family. Miss Elizabeth Grove was a dinner guest Sunday of Miss Ger- aldine Fritts. Mrs. M. H. Wilson, Jerry Wil- son and Miss Sandra Bradley were callers Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Millard Edwards. Mrs. Bertie Lewis, of Washing- ton, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Nicewarner of Martinsburg were callers Sunday afternoon in the village. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue and family had as their guests Sun- day evening for supper Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prettyman and family Mr. and Mrs. Paxton Marshall and family Mr. and Mrs. Adam Link, Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jackson have announced the birth of a daughter Saturday in the Charles Town Hospital, and to top the climax their cow had twin calves Sathrday night. A surprise birthday party was given in honor of Mrs. Marion Blue Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Poland in Martinsburg other guests included Mrs. J. S. Locke, Mr. Marion Blue and children Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blue, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jocke and Mrs. Anna Atkinson of Way- nesboro, Pa. Miss Sandra Bradley of Texas is visiting at the home of Jerry Shepherdstown were dinner gue. sts Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Winkler. Surprise Birthday A surprise birthday barbecue was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove on Wednesday evening in honor of the sixteenth birthday of their son Richard, who was sent out his father and brother Larry to play ball. When they returned home and Richard entered the lawn with guests as follows; Wayne Brewer, Bill Fritts Max Bell, Johnny Snow, Buddy Upright, Buck Stevens, Douglas Ring, Eddie Whitington, Jimmy Edwards, Larry Grove. Refresh: ments of barbecue hamburgers hot dogs, potato chips, pickle, ice tea and cake were served by Miss Elizabeth Grove Richard received many nice and useful and wished to thank everyone. By. Miss Lillian "Myers Add To Building Fund Members of Grace Baptist Church here added to the build- ing fund with memorial gifts in memory of Mr. John Shirley, of Cumberland, Md. and Mr. Lester Seal, of Stanley, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sherman and daughters, Pamela Lee and Mary Margaret of Baltimore, Md. were recent week end guests of Captain and Mrs. Fred J. Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Mercer !of Washington spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross. Mrs. J. Clive Myers and daugh- ters Mary Ellen and Suzanne are visiting her son-in-laW, Dr. and Mrs. John Potter in Cleveland, emm~ m.m~m e ~s • w • o •S "'" AT . m goF:~119#I, gd~¢ Adv. Sew;c6 ~nc. • -- WORK II 'i j- " ;far cry from the forty-nlner with his pick or hls pan. This man ]istens through earphones for the clatter of exploding atoms. Otherwise, he must follow the tortuous path of the prospector. Uranium, like gold, is where you find it .... high on a cliff .... deep in a chasm .... anywhere. There are spiritual riches to be found in life--by those with the determina- tion to seek them. But don't make the common mistake assuming that one Sunday in Church should satisfy the search. Spiritual riches come gradually with religious growth. As a family makes worship and religious study part of everyday living, the treasures of God begin to accumulate in the character and experience of that family. You'll probably be disappointed if you merely give religion a try. But your earnestness will be rewarded when you make Christianity the foundation of your life. THI CHURCH IIOI ALL kLL FOR THE CHURCH The Church ~s the greatest factor on earth for the bnild- ~ng of character and good citizeuship. It is a storehouse of Day liook Chapter Vet~ ~piritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. "ll~erc are four sound reasons Suuday ~Iatthew' fi 25-3~ why every, person should attcald sen'ices regularly and support Monday iVlatthe',v 7 7-12 the Church. They are: (1) For his own sake. (2) For his Tuesday Matthew' 19 • 16-2:' children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and Wednesday lohu , I 43-51 nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, whid~ needs The man who plans ahead, comes out ahead "Take last year, for example. I reserved my Southern States Fall Seeds early--in July. It paid off in important ways. For one thing, I got the variety I wanted even though a shortage developed. Taking a second choice would have cost me profits. I saved time too. I avoided the fall rush . . . the last-minute shopping around. I had my seeds when I wanted them, ready to go. No doubt about it... plan ahead and you come out ahead." Phone or visit your Southern States Cooperative Agency now. Reserve your Southern States Fall Seeds. "Seeds that really grow." No deposit required. } I..~ [ $#r~bur& F~. his moral and material support. Plan to go to church reg- ThursdayGalatians 3 1-9 Friday Ephesians 7_ 1-$ ularly and read your Bible daily. $aturdayI John 5 I-~ THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE BUSINESS FIRMS BELOW IN SUPPORT OF THE CHURCHES OF THE COMMUNITY: J J. RUSSELL FRITTS, INC. PIEILCO DEM~g]g C]m'le$ Town, W. Va, ]Phone 40S CHARLES TOWel ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone S00~ Charles Town, W. Va. J. C. PENNEY COMPANY "ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY" CiI~KLF~ TOWN, W. VA. H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPEBTANE GAS SEI VICE ~ho~ 241 Olmrles Town, W. Va. W. & R. SALES, INC. TOWN, W. V& BOX 591 PHONE 113 J. EMORY KABLE ES450 DIi' tI UTOR .char es w. w • i JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SHEEWIN-~S PAINTS Phone 45 Ckarles Town, W. Va. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, WEST VIILGINIA RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 RANSON MACHINE WORKS PHONE 481 ItANSON, W. VA. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charl~ Town, W. Va. Martinsburg, W. V~. - Le~b~r~, V~ VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN. WEST VIRGINIA LEGGETTS DEPT. STORE "THE HOME OF BETTER Chaxles Town, W. VII,. SHENANDOAH AIR CONDITIONING CO. HEATING---COOLING Plumbing - Sheet Met~l - Charles Town, W. Va. Phone THE MELVIN T. STRIDER COLONIAL FUNERAL HOM~ Charles Town 16~ - SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME, Shepherdstown 2683 PITTS CHARLES THEATRE---Ranson "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW"