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of Le own, W. Va. Where afterno6n Se ember i6, at the LEETOWN Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Amelia Ann Harmon, 27, wife of Roger L. Harman, died sudden- ly August 21, 1970 in Cleveland, Ohio Hospital of an aneurysm. The family was a former resi- he was employed in the Eastern Disease I boratory of the Fed- oral Fish Hatchery and had re- cently moved to 1426 Central Ave nue, Sandusky, Ohio. She is sur- vived by her husband and 4 chil- dren, Allen, Allyson, Andrew, Aaron. The Leetown Home Demonstrat ion Club will meet Wednesday SPIRIT OF JEFFER N FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1970 home of Mrs. William Baker. The Better Living chairman a ked for all project reports to be handed in at the Septe r meeting also book reports. Preaching Sunday morning in the Methodist Church at 9 o'clock. Sunday School at I0. Mrs. Frank Kearney and son Phillip of New Jersey spent sev. oral days the past week with her mother Mrs. C. C. Henshaw. Callers the past week with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr included Y The undersigned Executor will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the Court House of Jefferson County, in Charle Town, West Virginia, on the 23rd day of September, 1970, at 10:30 o'clock A. M. the followlng properties: LOT NO. 1: Brick building f ing 40 feet on W. Washington Street an l 72 feet on S. Charles Street consisting of store room on first fl60r and'four (4) apartments on second fleer situate on lot described as follows: Beginning at the point Jnters tion of the south hue of W. Washington Street and the east line of S. Charles Street; thence with W. Washington Street N. 65 - 30' E. 40 feet, a corner with Brown; thence with Brow S. 24 - 50' E, 90 feet to a poin made a corner wRh Lot No. 2; thence by a new line wRh Lot No. 2 S. - 30' W. 40 feet a point ,in the east ine of S. Charles Street; thence with S. Charles Street N. 24" - 50' W. 90 feet to he' point of beginning. LOT NO. 2: Two story stucco building fronting on east side of S. Charles Street situate on lot described as follows: Beginrting at a point in fl e east line of S. Charles Street, S. 24 - 50' E. 90 feet rom intersection of the soW.h of W. Washington Street and the east ine of S. Charles Street, a comer to Lot No. 1; thence by a new line with Lot No. 1 N. 65 - 30' E. 40 feet to a point in the line of Brown; thence wRh Brown and a new line S. 24 - 50' E. 49 to a paint made a new corner with Lot No. 3; thence with Lot No. 3 S. 65" - 30' W. 44) feet to a poln in east fine of S. Charles Street; thence with S. Charles Strevt, N. 24". 50' W. 49 feet to point of beginning. LOT NO. 3: Lot: at a point in the east llne of S. Charles Street, S. 24" - 50' E. 164.8 from the intersection of the south llne of W. Washington Street and the east of S. Charles Street, a cornet, to Wilt; thence with the north llne of Wilt N. 65,E. 81 feet to a point in the line of Burns; henee wlth ]gums N. 24 - 50' W. to an Iron a corner to Brown; thence with Brown S. 65 - 30' W. 41 feet to an iron pipe, another corner Wlth Brown in the east line of Lot No. 2; thence with lot S. 24" - 50' E. feet to a stake made a new comer with Lot No. 2; rhone witk Lot No. 2 S. 6S . 30' W. 40 feet to a In the line of S. Charles Street; thea with the same S. 24" . 50' E. 25,8 feet to the point of begimflng. Lot No. 3 will be offered for sale f rst arid the highest bid held. Lot No. 2 will be offered for sale second and the ghest bid held. Then Lots 2 and 3 wilI be offered {or salons one parcel and the l i hest bid eld. Then Lot No. 1 wifl be offered for sale and the highest bid held. Lots 1, 2, and 3 offered for sale as one psrcel. The entire parcel is described as o Aows: Bogeying at the intersection of the sot h line of W. Washington Street and the of S. Charles Street: with the south line of W. Wa ington Street N. 65" - 30' E. 40 feet to aa corner to Brown; thence with BroWn S. 24 - 50, E. 132.8 feet to an pipe; again with Brown N. 65 - 30' E. 41 feet to an ron a corner WRh Burns; he ce Burns S. 24 - 50' E. 32 feet to a point, a corner Writ; tence with WiR S. 65" - 30' W. 81 feet to a poirtt the ,line of S. Charles Street; thence w th the east of S. los Street, N. 240. 50' W. 164.8 feet to theof begizming. Being a portion of Lots Nos. 37 and 38 on plat of Clmrles Town conveyed Nathan S. White from Tllom Rutherford. et. ux. by deed dated March 30, 1844 and recorded in the Office c4 the of Jefferson County, West V irgini,in Deed Bovk 27 Page 99. Upo Nathan White the said parcel was devised by Will in aforesaid Clerk's Office in WilI Book A, at Page 386, his wife, Fre tca " te, and upon the death i estate of Frederica White the s kl parcel to Rebecca H. TratmelL her O ly child and heir law. By deed dated March 192I re rded in the sdia Clerk's Office in Book 120, Page 97 Rebecca IL Tr pnell conveyed a portion of Lot No. 38 WiRiam TraI: . Rebecca H. conveyed the due of said poreels to her daughter, Rebecca M. Tr pn,by dated 29, 1930, recorded as aforesaid in Deed Book 134 at Page 75. By the terms of last will and testament of Rebecca M. Tmpnel recorded as aforesaid at Page 187, the said parcels of real estate were devised to her .brother, f.or his lifethne and upor kis des the said executor was directed ell s id real estate and proceeds from s le distributed to ,the of Said Will and rental from lease of the first floor of two story brick build g October 1, 1970, when the lease on same exp es. Real the tax year 1970 will be pro rated as of October 1, 1970. t day of sale, of the Executor on or before Ocember i. 1970 r the Executor to .the purchaser a special deed at Law Skinner, E. Wa Angton Street, Charles Town, West Virginia, subject only to such convenants, restrictmns and reservations as may appear record or which a reasonable nspection of' he p ise would di 'l . For Executor and inspection of premises, the AucUon Paul E. Miller, Jr. Aug. 27 t. Charles Town, W. Va. 25414 Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr Mrs. ion Blue and Mrs. Alton Grove, Mr. Roy Furr of Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Lester Henry and Mrs. Mar- j0rie Andrew-s, Mrs. B. H. Riddle berger, Messrs Stanley and James Rodgers of Arlington, Va. Mrs. Retha Blue of Martinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue, Kathy and Tracey Blue left Sat- urday morning to spend the week end in Williamsburg and James- town, Va. Visitors this past week with Mrs. Alton Grove were Mrs. Betty McKees and her son and Mrs. Katherine Jones and her son. Mrs. Robert Sugars and sons of Waterford, Va. and Mr. Robert Gardner of St. Marys, W. Va. spent the week end with their mother, Mrs. Margaret Gardner.: They all had supper Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gardner and Julie. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Souers and children of Laurel, Md. have moved into the DeIauter prop- erty they recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue, Mr. and Mrs. John Lowery and son, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Jr and children are spending a few days at the "Bowery". Mr. and Mrs. Houck were re- cent over night guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Brown and children of Alexan Iria, Va. were weekend guests of Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Han nas. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Henry spent a week recently with their son and family, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Henry and children at Hampton, Va. Mrs. Marjorie Andrews of Ran son, spent the weekend with her sister Mrs. Lester Henry. Rev. and Mrs. Millard Williams and daughter have moved to BIuefield, from the Baptist Par- sonage in Leetown. Messrs Stanley and James Rod gets of Arlington, Va. spent the weekend with their sister, Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger in Charles Town. HALLTOWN Mrs. Bernard Oft The women of the Halltown Presbyterian Church will hold their monthly meeting on Sep- tember 14, at 7:30 at the home.of Mrs. Robert Sherman on Jeffer- son Avenue Charles Town, Miss Margaret Barthel District Chair man will install the new officers for 1970-71. Mr. and Mrs. John Speight and at Union Thelogical Seminary, Mr. Speight was the summer stu dent minister for the IIalltown and Elk Branch Presbyterian Churches and they lived in the Elk Branch Manse fluring their stay in West Virginia. Mrs, Nathainel Gra spent Wed nesday evening with' her son and daughter in law, Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles Gray of Kanson. Mrs. Kenneth Anders of Euc- lid Avenue, Charles Town, spent Friday morning with her parents Mr .and Mrs. Bernard Ott. Mrs. William Hoak Sr and Miss Dorothy Bowers of HaHtown and Mrs. Frank Simons of Char- lea Town were in Winchester Va. on Friday where Mrs. Hoak had an appointment with physi. can, Mrs. Hoak has improved so much that now she is able to use a cane instead of a walker. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray of Hall- town, and Mrs. Elmer Wright Sr. of Ranson were Saturday even- ing supper guests of their bro- thor and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. William Stickler and daugh- ter Bobby Jean of near Berryville Va. Ray. Raymond Warneld0rf of Winchester, Va was the guest speaker for the 9:30 Morning Worship Services at the Halltown Presbytertan Church on Sunday. Ray. Womeld0rf will also-be tlm speaker for Sunday September 13 Mr. and Mrs. Lester Molar spent Sunday With his brother and sister in law, Mr. and-Mrs. Richard M01er, of Charles Town. Miss Karen Huse and brother Saturday night with aunt uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sipe on EuClid Avenue Charles Town. Visitors this past week with MILLVILLE Miss Dorothy Lake Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ranalli at- tended a birthday dinner on Thu- rsday September 3rd given by Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Ranalli Sr. of Harpers Ferry. The dinner was given in honor of their two sons Freddie Jr. and Godfrey, who celebrated their birthdays a week apart. Announcement was also made of their daughter's engagement Deborah Ann Ranalli to Ronald Robinson of Charles Town. Enjoys Picnic Those enjoying a picnic at the home of Mr. and Airs. Donald Glenn Longe beam of Harpers Ferry on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Longerbeam and son Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Longerbeam and daughters Linda Diane and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Norman James, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Longerbeam and daugh- ters Tracey and Robin, Mrs. Dora Mac Kelican and children Brenda, Dickie, Kevin and Terry Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bond and son Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ainsworth, Brenda, Cris and Bon nie Ainsworth, Theresa Shumak- or, Donna Jean and Randy Long erbeam. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Webb and sons Todd and Ricky and Mrs. Mark Yontz recently spent the weekend with the latters son in law and daughter Mr. and i Mrs. Tommy Harwood of Nor- folk, Va. They also spent some- time at Virginia Beach. Recent Sunday dinner guests of Miss Dot Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Gone DeWalt of Carlisle, Pa Mrs. Virginia Volland and son Grog of Camp Mill, Pa Mr. :and Mrs. Thomas Lake Jr. and daughter Linda and Angelia Lake of Brunswick, Md. Mrs. Mark Yontz was a Friday evening visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wel#b and sons. Mr. and Mrs. George Monti of Richmond, Va. were recent week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. BOb James and Mr. and Mrs. Michael D' Angelo. Mrs. Katherine Johnson and daughter Trudy accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Dennison and children and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fraley and children to Gettys- burg, Pa. on Saturday where they spent the day at FantasyIand. Terry Kelican spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ainsworth of Harpers Ferry. Bill and Donna Lewis spent the weekend with their father Mr. Foster Lewis of Silver Spring, Md. Guests visiting at the home of Mrs. T. W. Dillow for the week end were Mr. Dale Dillow and children of Rockville, Md Mr. and Mrs. James N. Dillow and children of Damascus, Md Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gary Dillow and sons of Alexandria, Va Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dillow Jr. and dau- ghters Tana and Tonda of Ohio. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Danny Dillow and son Kent and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oliver and son of Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Rorrald Clark and children, Melody, Tommy and Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kelican of Middleway, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chapman and children of Halltown, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kelican on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waugher- man of Thurmont, Md. were re- cent Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin LiHa. Bolivar Councilmen To Look Into Legal Means Demolid g Properties Two members 'of the Bolivar town council were appointed at the regular monthly meeting of that body Tuesday night Sept. 1 to investigate the legal action necessary for the demolishing of unsightly and dangerous proper- ties. Councilmen John Pope and Al- fred Collins were asked to look into the proper legal procedures tha t must be followed with re- spect to having the property own ed by A. O. SponseHer of Martins burg, and also the Gray'property Mr. and MrS. William Honk ST. owned by Myra Bowers, demoli- and Miss Dorothy Bowers, h ve shed. been, Mr .and Mrs. Frank Simons Also at the meeting streets and and sons, Michael and Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Ita mond Parks and son Michael, of Charles Town; Mrs. C le# GraF of Rain, Mr. and ,Mrs. Harry Brill of Harp Pope, Mrs. McA )oy ST. son Marshall Jr Mr. and M rS. Molar and Mrs. Bernard all of Halltown. Hen MeKee tar Karla Kay and son Middleway, were Sunday guests of her par s, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall MeAb0y Sr. and son Marshall, Jr. t Publication new street signs were discussed. .Councilman John Kusner told the Council that although the red wood streets signs which had been rn'ade at the Harpers Ferry National Job Corps Center, do not have chalking compound Jn the latters and there is much re- medial work to be done on the signs. In discussion of the signs it .was pointed out that a bill in the amount of $247.00 had been received by the town from the two YOUths who placed the signs and that they have only bout halfway completed the job. Mayor Mack Robertson suggested also that the young man who had piac ed the posts for the signs, be con tacted and see ff be will finish the job. It was also pointed om that the sign at Gilbert street, had ,been placed in the wrong It was also pointed out hat the town is in need of a grader to grade the streets. It was agreed that as soon as a grader is ob- tained Jefferson street will be graded and widened to the limits the right-of, way. FUTURO - AT PEOPLES! 2-WAY Stretch A PAIR FUTUR0 NYLON OVER SPANDEX A totally new experience for the women who wore support bose ! look like flnenylons, they 'wear better than fine ?ylons - or .support-type" stockings " and Peoples will REFUND YOUR MONEY if you are not satisfied!" PAIR $PANDEX OVER NYLON! Retains its power hour after hour The wearer will get full support at the end of a long day, just as she did when she first put them on AVERAGE ANKLE CALF THIGH PIOESSURE" 2 1.S 19.0,7.0 R= mNG I ! I AT PEOPLES.' CENTRAL CHARGE BANKAMERICRD MASTER CHARGE You may charge any type of merchandise or except at the See how the tension in the stockings and panty hose eases towards the tops, to assist the flow of blood up the legs? A TO TAIl Y NEW EXPERIENCE FOR THOSE ACCUSTOMED ONI Y TO ORDINARY UNGIAMOROUS MEDICAL SUPPORT HO$1ER W . and for MEN, TO0! / EXECUTIVE LENGTH" GUARANTEED ONE YEAR ONLY A PAIR AT PEOPLES! SUPPORT FOR TIRED, ACHING lEGS AND FEET - DETTER THAN ANY.STRETCH SOCKS OR SUPPORT HOSE/