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i SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 1O, 1978 1978 EN LE PHONE: 725- 3448 UY'S BUICK PONTIAC OVER 40 NEW BUICKS & PONTIACS TO CHOOSE FROM CHARLES W. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the Estate of MARY MCDONALD BROWSE, deceased. All persons having claims against the Estate of MARY MCDONALD BROWSE, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned at his office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 8th day of December , 1978; otherwise they may, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate, may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 31st day of July, 1979. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County Aug. 3-2t NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE' Notice is hereby given that James W. Facemire, State Director of the Farmers Home Administration for the State of West Virginia, a resident of the State of West Virginia, residing in Marion County, West l Virginia, as Trustee under a Deed of Trust dated November II, 1974, recorded with the Clerk of theCounty Court for Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Book 383, Page 652, executed by Alice E. Cain, divorced, to J. Kenton Lambert, State Director of the Farmers Home Administration for the State of West Virginia and his successors in office as State Director or Acting State Director, Trustee for the benefit of the United States of America, acting through the Farmers Home Administration, will sell the following described real estate: All that certain lot or parcel of land situated on the east side of the Opequon Creek in Mid- dleway District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, more particularly designated and described on a plat of "Hidden River Farm, Section 4" made by Richard U. Goode, C.L.S., dated Apri! 11, 1969, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Plat Book No. I, page 27, as Lot No. 35, containing 1.052 acres, together with a non-exclusive right of way over all roadways delineated on said plat or situated on any other portion of said subdivision, whether now platted or not, for access to and from said lot. And being the same real estate that was conveyed to John W. Henry and Shari Lynn Henry, his wife, by deed bearing date March 20, 1973, and recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 357, at page 535 from Joseph Tyszkiewicz, unmarried, and Robert B. Young, et ux. And also being the same real estate that was conveyed to the U.S.A. by Trustee's deed, bearing date the 26th day of l September, 1974, and recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 382 at page 90; and further conveyed to Alice E. Cain, divorced, by Quitclaim Deed from the U.S.A. dated and recorded in said Clerk's Office just prior to the recordation of this deed of trust. This real estate, being the same property described in said Deed of Trust, will be sold to the highest bidder at public auction on the 5th day of September, 1978, at I0:00 A.M. at the door of the Courthouse in and for said County. The real estate to be sold contains approximately 1.052 acres. Subject to reservations, ex- ceptions, rights of way, and easements that appear of  record. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. (Minimum of I0 percent of sale price on date of sale, balance within ten (I0) days or upon delivery of the Deed). Title will be conveyed by Trustee's Deed i upon payment of balance. Dated this 4th day of August, 1978. JAMES W. FACEMIRE, TRUSTEE Aug. 10-3t SUMMIT POINT Mrs, Stuart Crlm Dial 725-7777 CLUB MEMBERS TAKE TOUR Nine members of the Summit Point Extension Homemakers. Club, and their guests, took part in a tour through the Hickory Farms store in the Valley Mall in Hagerstown, Md., on Wed- nesday last week. Many facts concerning the products sold in the store were explained and the group was treated to samples of various types of cheese. At the conclusion of the tour a door prize was presented to Mrs. Jerry Bane. Those attending 'from the club were Mrs. Wallace Snyder, Mrs. John Magaha and daughter, Mrs. Leroy Cheshire, Mrs. Clayton Stagner and daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Turner and the latter's daughter Brenda, Miss Shirley Macoughtry, Mrs. White IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA By W. H. S. White, Jr., Deputy Commissioner of Forfeited and Delinquent Lands of Jefferson County, West Virginia, Plaintiff Versus Emma K. Higgs; Mrs. E. B. Furr, Mrs. F.C.M. Hockensmlth; R. F. Higgs; E. E. Higgs; E. K. Higgs; James A. Higgs; Charlotte A. Higgs; Willie M. Hlggs; Evelyn M. Hlggs; Richard V. R|gga; Oliver W. Higgs; Jefferson Bank & Trust Company and J. R. Lewis, Executors of the Last Will of W. A. Higgs, deceased: and all other persons in. terested in the subject matter of this action whose names are unknown to plaintiff and who are made defendants by the general description of unknown defen- dants, Defendants • 78-C-4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of the above en- titled action is to obtain an order of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, directing the sale for the benefit of the school fund of all lands included in this action. Land included in this suit, local description, former owners and whose names said land was forfeited or returned delinquent, or the names of such other defendants as may be interested in the same are as follows: Lot No. 40, in Block 160 of Ranson Corporation, sold to the State for the delinquent 1937 taxes of W. A. Higgs heirs, last entered on the land books in the name of W. A. Higgs heirs; there may be other persons unknown to plaintiff who r/ave or claim an interest in said real estate and who are made defendants by the general description of unknown defendants; the total amount due is $188.13. Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter IIA, Article 4, Section 12 of the West Virginia Code, as amended, and to the provisions of the West Virginia Rules of Civil Procedure, it is ORDERED that each of the defendants to serve upon W. H. S. White, Jr., plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- dress is City Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, 25414, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action, including applications for permission to redeem said tract as provided by law, on or before the llth day of September, 1978; otherwise judgment by default may be taken against them at any time thereafter. A copy of the complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court this 3rd day of August, 1978. Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia Aug. 10-3t Grantham, Mrs. Lee Drish and daughters, Mrs. Jerry Bane and daughters and Mrs. Stuart Crim. Mr. David Rowland of Hagerstown, Md., was a visitor Thursday (at the home of his mother, Mrs. Clifford Rowland. Miss Paula McKee, Arlington, Va., who had been Visiting with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee, Sr., for the past two weeks, returned to her home on Monday in company with her father, Mr. Ernest McKee, who had spent the day visiting with his parents. The previous Monday, Paula had spent visiting at the home of her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Sowers in Mar- tinsburg, where she was joined on Monday by Mr. and Mrs. McKee. Mr. James Coleman of Philadelphia, Pa., revisited his hometown last week and was an overnight guest on Wednesday at the home of his aunt, Miss Frances Coleman. Before returning to his home he visited with his sisters and brothers-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brown in Hamilton, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. John Ryman and daughter in Woodstock, Va. Mrs. Allen Glassford, her daughter Vickie, and her mother, Mrs. Carl Menear spent the weekend in St. Mary's, W. Va., having gone there to attend the annual Price-Conger reunion which was held on Sunday. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'$SAI[ Notice is hereby given that James W. Facemike. State Director of the Farme Home Administration for the State of West Virginia, a residenLM the State of West Virginia, residing in Marion County, West Virginia, as Trustee under a Deed of Trust dated February 23, 1973, recorded with the Clerk of the County Court for Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Book 355, Page 153, executed by Larry R. Hildebrand and Nancy L. Hildebrand, husband and wife, to J. Kenton Lambert, State Director of the Farmers Home Administration for the State of West Virginia and his successors in office as State Director or Acting State Director, Trustee for the benefit of the United States of America, acting through the Farmers Home Administration, will sell the following described real estate: All that certain lot or parcel of land situate on the east side of the Opequon Creek in Mid- dleway District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, more particularly designated and described on a plat of "Hidden River Farm, Section 4" made by Richard U. Goode, C.L.S., dated April 11, 1969, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Plat Book I, page 27, as said Lot No. 45 containing 1.006 acres, together with a non-exclusive right-of-way over all roadways delineated on said plat or situated on any other portion of said subdivision, whether now platted or not, for access to and from said lot. And being a part of the sane real estate that was conveyed to the parties, Joseph Tyszkiewicz, et al., by deed bearing date the 20th day of November, 1967, from Harry W. Baumgardner and Josephine P. Baumgardner, and recorded in the aforesaid Clerk's Office in Deed Book 292 at Page 137. This real estate, being the same property described in said Deed of Trust, will be sold to the highest bidder at public auction on the 5th day of September,' 1978, at 10:30 A.M. at the door of the courthouse in and for said County. The real estate to be sold contains approximately 1.006 acres. Subject to reservations, ex. ceptious, rights of way, and easements that appear of record. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. (Minimum of 10 percent of sale price on date of sale, balance within ton riO) days or upon delivery of the Deed). Title will be conveyed by Trustee's Deed upon payment of balance. Dated this 4th day of August, 1978. JAMES W. FACEMIRE, TRUSTEE Aug. lO-3t Mrs. Philip Creamer and son of "Locust Grove" who had spent the past week in Boston, Mass., returned home Friday, having made the trip to and from Boston by train. WMS MEETS The Women's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church met with Mrs. Francis Pifer in Middleway on Thursday, with five members present. The meeting was called to order by the president and the opening devotions were presented by Mrs. Woodrow Drish. ConUnuing the group's study of missionary work in Africa, Mrs. Elwood Cheshire presented the evening's lesson entitled "Zen and the Unification Church". A routine business meeting followed after which the meeting was adjourned and a social hour was enjoyed, and refreshments were served. The Rev. and Mrs. David Wood and daughters motored over the Skyline Drive on Wednesday and Thursday, spending Wednesday night at the Skyline Lodge. Arriving later in the week to visit Rev. and Mrs. Wood and daughters was Mr. Richard Nowack of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michael of Augusta, W. Va., were overnight guests on Saturday at the home of the latter's son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and daughter. Mr. Allen Glassford was among those attending a picnic sponsored by the Legion of the Moose which was held Sunday in Frederick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer and family, attended the annual Creamer reunion held at Morgan's Grove Park near Sbepherdstown on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee, Sr., and granddaughtei" Paula McKee, of Arlington, Va., at- tended a family cook-out held Sunday at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKEE, Jr., in Green Acres Trailer Court on Darke Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Welton HoLt and children and grandchildren, attended the annual reunion of the Hott family held Sunday at the Recreational Park in Win- chester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons in company with the latter's sister,"Mrs. Ernest Webb and son of Orchard Hills, returned to their homes late Sunday from Jarvisburg, N.C., where they had been visiting since Wednesday. While there they were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Osbonrne, the latter of whom is the mother of Mrs. Rudolph and Mrs. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and :children have returned from a vacation spent visiting the farmer's mother, Mrs. M. Stamey and the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Floyd, at their homes in Gatlinburg, Tenn. Andy Van Tel was a recent visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Tel. Andy received his Masters degree,in electrical engineering from the University of Virginia in June and has left for a back- pacling trip to Montana and Wyoming. He will be residing in Lakewood, Colorado• Also visiting were the Van Tol's daughters, Ruth and Joan. Ruth graduated cure laude from W. Va. University this spring. Joan has completed her first year at the WVU School of Law and has been selected for the W. Va. Law Review as a result of her academic achievement• Pieter Van Tel has been ac- cepted as a student at St. Albans School at the National Cathedral, Washington, D.C SERVICES FOR GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH SHEN. JUNCTION Rev. Robert R. Campbell announces the following ser- vices: Church School, 9:45 a.m., "Ready to Witness; Morning Worship, 11 a.m., "The Struggle For Identity"; Evening Wor- ship, 7:30 p.m., "God and Man"; Young People, 7:30 p.m. Monday, 7:30 p.m., Bible Study with Jim and Nancy Hubbard; 8 p.m:, Young Single Adults with Judy Melenson. W.VA.ELECTRONICS (Phone I - 267- 2530) Is now serving the Eastern Panhandle With Fast factory trained service. For RCA..ZENITH..SYLVANIA and GE Appliances-TV Service Call Starts at $10.00 august Hot Including Parts, Labor I0-17 - 2T SHENANDOAH TREE SERVICE For Spraying or Trimming Of Your Trees, or Lawn, Shrubbery, Garden Care Call Us Ta#av for FREE ESTIMATES SHENANDOAH TREE SERVICE Charles Town, W.Va. - PHON|: 725.2306 AFTER 2 p. M. AUGUST 3rd REMOVING i.. TOPPING ... BRACING TF CAVITY WORK ... CABLING " "" '" "" " " " " " " ":" " " " " si:C;TA:C U L;A:R " " ": " " "" " " " "' "" "" " "" " " " "": " " "" ";" "" " " " " "" "' "::::" ˘iii I SALE " Is Now In Progress TOP NAME BRAND ITEMS! i i Over 1,600 pair in stock. All Styles, all ...: sizes, including AAA Narrow. :ii:ii Priced From $2 to $8.00 +j+ Not One Cent More'. WOW| :i:i I We ve got the right shoe for you. iiil I ii Check our back to school" SPECIALS il iii P.T.L. i!iiiil ili SONSHIoNr ErFLEA MARKET ii!l i ed C . ospect Ave ue, Rt 340 ,.J':::l i!i h. Plll,,iil ii!! Antiq,,,. N,w Us,d Fur00ture itLdYii'l p According to Sienkiewicz, the new agreement is similar to one reducers Wool, approved in 1974. ILamb Will Vote Hearing, Won't Be !New Agreement Held Until Next natural and vironment, Miller An hopeless until desire for R. ZACHGO and SONS 662-2768 Rt. 7 East, Winchester, Va. (Behind Denny's Furniture) MaisonneuVe Plaintiff V. Rosa Lee Defendsnt The Agricultural Stabilization lA p il 0 Co idor l' CIRI and Conservation Service ASCS, r n rr It" OF J will conduct a referendum II Public hearings for Ap- August 21 through September 1 1 palachian Coprridor "H" the for wool and lamb producers to I section of highway to be con- vote for or against a new agreement between the U.S. 'structed between Elkins and Department of Agriculture Inter-State 81 in Virginia, will USDA, and the American Sheep not be held until next March or Producers Council, Inc., ASPC. April, according to West Mike Sienkiewicz, Jefferson Virginia highway commissioner County Director of the agency, Charles L. Miller. 78-C-205 said the agreement authorizes A recent field inspection of the (The object of USDA to withhold part of any presently proposed Corridor obtain a divorce fro rl "H" wool incentive payment that routes has disclosed about of matrimony.) might be made to producers on 125 sites of possible historic To the 1978-81marketings to finance the interest. These sites must be Defendant: ASPC's activities. "Deductions thoroughly researched and their It appearing by would be used by the ASPC to historical significance in this action that finance advertising and sales established before the en- promotion programs for wool vironmental impact statement the State of West and lamb, and programs to can be completed. The field hereby ordered that develop and disseminate in- survey was a joint undertaking Maisonneuve serve formation on product quality, of the W. Va. Department of B. Crawford, production management, and Highways, the Department of attorney, who marketing improvement for Culture and History and the West Congress wool and sheep." State Geological and Economic Town, West Vir If producers approve the survey, including any agreement, up to 2V2 cents per At the public hearings next claim or defense pound on shorn wool March or April, the Department to the complaint marketings, and 121/2 cents per of Highways and Federal action onor before l hundredweight on unshorn Transportation officials will 1978. If you fail lambs, would be deducted, place their findings before local thereafter Copies of the agreement and citizens groups, Commissioner ballots will be distributed to Miller states. And the final taken against you l Jefferson County wool producers routing of this section of demanded in prior to the referendum period. Corridor "H" will be based upon A copy of said Ballots may be returned by mail a balanced consideration of the be obtained front or in person to the county ASCS need for efficient transportation dersigned Clerk at office, and for the preservation of our Entered by the -- Court August Mary Aug. 10-3t II I All-gear drive gives you added workpower, saves gas. gALLING American-buih. Handles 4' & 5' mowers. 12" plow, 32" Brought To tiller, 48" snowblow. 4' dozer, Sales and Service % ton loader log-splitter. See Financing Available our display today. adW STOCK FIREPLACE WOOD NOW at 50% off of Winter Prices I lll NOW ONLY! ' $2000 PER PICK-UP Load delivered CALL: 725- 8772 SHEPHERDSTOWN MEN'S CLUB ANNUAL COMMUNITY AUCTION To raise money for the War Memorial Building and Morgan's Grove Park, the Men's Club is sponsoring a COMMUNITY AUCTION. The building and the park are for the use and benefit of area residents. To be held behind Shepherdstown Public Library, on King Street, Shepherd- stown. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1978 BEGINNING 10:30 A. M. Three Thonet Bentwood chairs, other old furniture, some antique; three-piece living room set, sofa and two chairs; other stuffed furniture, two-piece bedroom dresser set, nice cedar-lined chifforobe, other furniture, TV sets, air con- ditioners, washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves, lawn furniture and tools, power lawn mowers, 3 vacuum cleaners, picture frames, musical instruments, photo equipment, records and record players, carpets, books, luggage, six traveling trunks, children's swing set, toys, lots of glass and dishes, fresh produce, and many other items too numerous 'to mention. Terms: Cash. Nothing removed until settled for. Auctioneers: Miller, Morrow, Edwards, Nell, Bohrer, Plumlee, Shockey, Brunner, Robinson. Clerks: Furr, Ware, Furr. Lunch will be sold by the Men's Club. Not Responsible for Accidents. Aug. lO-2t Many women get angry when they go to a party and find someone else wearing an identical dress -- but for some rel same women that their arrangements less the same else's. It's not the unusual -different, should be someone else, be your personalitY' many ways. If you like them, real only in every bedrooms, even your Perhaps table thing casional the "ordinarY you're now Another home. For you're a exquisite table set you need. But Try nothing attractively' important for you. & l l I tith- stre: f th ) 8'' 4M i" d he