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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, September 1, 2005 t7 NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPOINT Commission proposes to name persons to Authorities, Boards, Commissions, or Com- t0a Thursday, September 29, 2005, or as soon thereafter as may decide: County Sheriff's Civil Service Commission- ;September 29, 2009 be interested in the above listed agency should and a resume or statement of qualifica- County Commission, P.O. Box 250, Charles 25414, prior to the proposed date of appointment. information regarding these appointments may be the Commission Office at (304) 728-3284. FOR PROPOSALS IBM AS/400 JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Commission of Jefferson County will accept sealed for an IBM AS/400. Included in the new system shall software, application software, mi- application software and all data/records to the conversion, training and maintenance costs hardware and software. Financing options shall be in- The Commission will accept sealed propos- September 12, 2005 at 3:00 p.m. in the offices County Commission, 124 East Washington Street, ~250, Charles Town, WV 25414. opened at that time. The proposals will be the County Commission of Jefferson County at their on Thursday, September 15, 2005. Please mark of the proposal submission "Sealed Bids-AS/400." The of Jefferson Coun ky has the right to reject any in whole or in part based on the best interest of L County. be obtained in the Offices of the County Corn- County at: Commission Washington Street Town, WV 25414 k3284 3 Our website at: the request for proposal should be sub- writing to the above address no later than Wednesday, 7, 2005 or email at NOTICE OF SUBDMSION REVIEW take notice that the Jefferson County Planning and at its regular meeting to be held on Tues- 13, 2005 at 7:00 p.m in the Charles Town Li- room located at 200 East Washington Street at t entrance on Samuel Street, in the City of Charles Town, will review and consider pre-application informa- impact on the community of the following proposed Title of Plat Location Size Ryans Glen East side of U.S.12 Single Farms Subdi- . Route 340 ap- Family Lots & vision proximately 0.50 1 Single Faro- miles south offly Residue Route 21 (Mey-Lot erstown Road) 43 Acres/83 Acre Residue governmental units having an interest in said Subdivisions are invited to attend this meeting. Plan- files on subdivisions may be reviewed at any normal business hours. a transcript of these proceedings will be re- g a competent stenographer at their own ex- By Order of the Jefferson County Planning & Zoning Commission Arnold W. Dailey, Jr President IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA OF In Re: County Clerk's Change of Name of John Victor Anuszewski to Office John Anuszewski Victor 208 Street Bijarney WV 25414 Docket No. 05-P-102 NOTICE OF APPLICATION of Dorothy ~ FOR CHANGE OF NAME deceased Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, John Victor Anuszewski will appear be- fore the Circuit Court of Jef- ferson County, West Virginia, at the Jefferson County Court- Town, WV 25414 house, 2nd floor, at the cor- C: ner of George and Washington Rd. Streets in Charles Town, West WV 25414 Y-trginia, on Monday the 17th day of October, 2005, at 11:30 Representing a.m to apply to change his name to John Anuszewski Vic- tor Bijarney. Skinner, L.C. Any person who is likely to be Box 487 injured by the change of name WV 25414 or who knows of any reason why the change of name should ' Commissioner: not be granted, may appear at -~ K. Jovanelly the time and place designated Box 604 herein to be heard in opposition WV 25438 to such change. Patricia A. Noland, Clerk first publication:9/1/2t By B. Boyer, Deputy 25, 2005 against the estate NOTICE TO CREDITORS ~ed in accordance To the Creditors of the Estate l~rovisions of 44-2-1 of Lydia June Huyett ~rlrginia Code. All persons having claims seeking to ira- against the Estate of the said ~tablish a Will must Lydia June Huyett, deceased, in accor-' whether due or not, are noti- the provisions of fled to the exhibit same, with or13. the voucher thereof legally in the verified, to the undersigned at The Office, 604 North Mildred of the Will, Street, P.O. Box 604, Ranson, of the Person- West Virginia 25438, on or be- or the ven- fore the 24th day of November, of the Court, 2005; otherwise, they may, by of an objection law, be excluded from all ben- of the County e fit of said estate. All beneficia- within NINETY ries of said estate may appear after the date of the on or before the said day to ex- of this notice amine said claims and other- (30) DAYS wise protect their interest. made by the Per- Given under my hand this whichev- 24th day of August, 2005. June K. Jovanelly is not timely Fiduciary Commissioner is forever Jefferson County, 8/25/2t 9/1/2t West ~lr~ia NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Jefferson County Clerk's Probate Office P.O. Box 208 I00 E. Washin6ton Street Charles Town, WV 25414 Estate of James P. Weeks, deceased Personal Representative: Beth Margaret Kubly 711 E. Gorham St. Madison, WI. 53703 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: F. Samuel Byrer Nichols & Skinner, L.C. P.O. Box 487 Charles Town, WV 25414 Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Estate of Carrie Lee Billmyer, deceased Personal Representative: Robert L. Billmyer, Jr. 3146 Bower Rd. Kearneysville, WV 25430 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: Peter A. Pentony Nichols & Skinner, L.C. P.O. Box 487 Charles Town, WV 25414 Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Estate of John W. Fraley, Jr deceased Personal Representative: Emily A. Fraley 2515 Shepherd Grade Rd. Shepherdstown, WV 25443 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: rga Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Estate of Frances Tabor Thornton, deceased Personal Representative: Katherine E. Thornton 15 Colleton Dr. Charleston, SC 29407 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: n/a Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Estate of Frank W. Gift, deceased Personal Representative:" Angela T Gift 1250 Engle Molers Rd. Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: rga Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Estate of Mary Katherine Demory, deceased Personal Representative: Mary Lee Jovanelly P.O. Box 88 Ranson, WV 25438 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: n/a Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Estate of Gayle Marlene Wetzel, deceased Personal Representative: Joan C. Dellinger & George W. Dellinger 300 Taylor Street Berryville, VA 22611 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: n/a Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Estate of Paul M. Whitmore, deceased Personal Representative: Bank of Charles Town P.O. Drawer 40 Charles Town, WV 25414 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: n/a Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Estate of Helen Virginia Fauble, deceased Personal Representative: Carolyn A. Bane P.O. Box 59 .Summit Point, WV 25446 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: n/a Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Estate of Walter E. Rodgel:s, deceased Personal Representative: Melanie M: O'Connor 1290 Montoya Dr. Deltona, FL 32738 Attorney Representing @ Toni Milbourne 535-6851 I must say I am thankful that all the children are back in school! Everyone in our home is adjusting nicely and they all still like school-this week, at least. The fall calendar is filling up with many events. Before we know it, it will be time for Hal, loween celebrations (and cos- tume making ). Keep your Personal Representative: rga Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a South Mountain String Band Estate of Virginia Mac Magaha, deceased Personal Representative: JudithAnn Sm~h 9408Lomond Dr. Manassas, VA20109 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: n/a Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Estate of Patricia Jean McRae, deceased Personal Representative: Minnie P. Green 9351 Whiskey Bottom Rd. Laurel, MD 20723 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: rga Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Estate of Joseph D. Ashbaugh, deceased Personal Representative: Donna J. Ashbaugh 1035 King Lear Dr. Charles Town, WV 25414 Attorney Representing Personal Representative: n/a Fiduciary Commissioner: n/a Date of first publication: August 25, 2005 Claims against the estate must be filed in accordance with the provisions of 44-2-1 of the West Virginia Code. Any person seeking to im- peach of establish a Will must make a complaint in accor- dance with the provisions of 41-5-11, 12, or 13. Any person interested in the above referenced estate who ob- jects to the validity of the Will, the qualifications of the Person- al Representative or the ven- ue or jurisdiction of the Court, shall file notice of an objection with the Clerk of the County Commission within NINETY (90) DAYS after the date of the first publication of this notice or within THIRTY (30) DAYS after service made by the Per- sonal Representative, whichev- er is later. Settlement of the estate of the above named decedent will proceed without reference to a fiduciary commissioner unless within ninety days from the first publication of this notice a reference is requested by a party in interest or an unpaid creditor fries a claim and good cause is shown to support ref- erence to a fiduciary commis- sioner. If an objection is not timely filed, the objection is forever barred. 8/25/2t ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WV Mary L. Herson Plaintiff V$ David E. Herson Defendant Case Number 05-])-288 The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony & Motion ForEx parte or, In the Alternative, Motion for expedited hearing. It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that David E. Herson, who's last known address is 544 Chandler Drive, Shepherdstown, WV 25443. It is hereby ordered that he serve upon: Berkeley County Family Court for an expedited hearing on Friday, September 9, 2005 At 10:30 o'clock a.m. before the Honorable William T. Wert- man. 105 South Spring Street, Martinsburg, WV 25401. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the under- signed clerk at her office. Entered by the clerk of said court 8/26/2005. Patricia A. Noland Clerk of Court By B. Boyer 9/1/2t Deputy Clerk eyes on the column so you know on banjo and vocals has been what's happening, making music with Rob for Happy Birthday over 25 years. Paul plays claw- Happy birthday this week to hammer style which is distinc- Dee Rinaldi, Luke Poe, Kaysie tive to southern mountain mu- Park, Ronnie Lemon, Joyce Dai- sic, and his unbridled ability to ley, Anne Dungan, Ron Lemon belt out a song has earned him and Pete Murphy. That's quite the title "Pavarotti of old time a list-make sure to give your singing". Mary Dailey is the best to each of these folks as newest member of the" group, you see them this week.adding rhythm guitar, moun- Anniversary tain dulcimer and a clear as a Happy anniversary wishes bell Appalachian voice that era- go out this week to Timmy and braces the heart and soul of Lisa Staubs. We hope you cele- folk balladry. brate many more. South Mountain String Band Women's Club News won first place at the 2001 The Women's Club is gear- Deer Creek Fiddler's Conven- ing up for the 90th anniversary tion. The group plays at fes- party with plans for a special tivals, concerts, coffeehouses, dinner September 23 at Camp Civil War reenactments, con- Hill Methodist Church. Corn- tra dances, private affairs and mittee members working on other events. Delightful clog the event are pouring through dancers sometimes accompany the many documents and pic- the band with exuberant dance tures and are finding out many routines. interesting facts concerning the Make a point of getting out to past 90 years worth of events, see these folks play! Famous First Facts Tiger Hop The first Congressional Act It is time once again for the was "An Act to regulate the 11th annual Tiger Hop Car Time and Manner of adminis- Show at Harpers Ferry Middle tering certain Oaths," and was School. The show incorporates enacted by President George cars and motorcycles, offering Washington on June 1, 1789. trophies to winners in various That first Congress, which categories. The event registra- lasted from March 4, 1789 to tion begins at noon on Septem- March 3, 1791, enacted 118 ber 4. The first 100 registering acts, 94 public acts, 14 public receive dash plaques. A buffet resolutions, 8 private acts and lunch will begin at 1 p.m. and 2 private resolutions, trophies will be given out at 5 They were quite busy getting p.m. lots of things started.Tickets to the event are $10 Steak Dinner in advance and $15 at the gate. Camp Hill United Methodist Proceeds from the event will be Church will host a steak din- used to fund scholarships and her September 17 from 4-8 p.m. other needs of Harpers Ferry Tickets are $14 in advance and Middle School. Come out and $16 at the door if they are still enjoy seeing the vehicles, enjoy available. The advice is to get lunch and listen to some 50s them in advance because the music. meal is delicious and they goChurch Bazaar fast! To reserve your seats, call The Bolivar United Method- 535-6882 or 535-2765. ist Charge will host their annu- Library News al bazaar at the Bolivar United Library programs have got- Methodist Church on Saturday, ten off to a great start. This September 10, from 9 a.m. to 4 fall there will be three Lapbaby p.m. The event will take place programs (yes, it is quite popu- rain or shine. Featured will lar!). The first will meet Thurs- be a large silent auction with days from 10:10 to 10:45. The new items and gift certificates. next meetings will be Fridays, A bake sale, craft sale, indoor 9, 10:10-10:45 and 11-11:35 rummage sale, farmer's mar- a.m. ket and sandwich and soup sale Story time hours are Thurs- will round out the day. There day from 11 a.m. to noon. are always many bargains to be Homeschoolers are meeting the had at this yearly event. Come first Wednesday of each month, out and support the churches. from 10 to 11 a.m. Call the li- Music in the Mountains brary to reserve spots for these Just a reminder that the fi- events if you know you will be nal concert in the Musid in the attending. Mountains series will be held South Mountain this weekend, on Saturday, String Band September 3 at 6 p.m. The con- This band will perform in cert features the U.S. Marine Harpers Ferry on Sunday, Sep- Band "Free Cotlntry." Come out tember 4 from 2 to 4 p.m. Here and enjoy this free event. is some information that was Final Notes submitted about the band: We had a great time last Foot stompin' fun fills the air week at the Jefferson County when South Mountain String Fair. Hope you all did, too! It Band takes the stage with is always such fun to socialize, high energy old time fiddle and eat, ride the rides, eat, see the banjo tunes and spirited back animals, eat well, you get the porch singing. Founding mem- picture! Now it is time to settle ber Rob Caruthers played the down into the end of the sum- violin as a child, but it was the mer routine and get motivated contagious, rhythmic bowing for the fall season. of old time fiddling that cap- Remember to call and let me tured his musical imagination, know what events are coming He has become a master of the up. You may email events also style, while also including rag- to I time, waltz and Celtic tunes in always look forward to hearing his repertoire.~ Paul Mackrell from you. [' Get all the latest Jefferson Hicjh School Soccer Hews in the et dter on,-, I eerate