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MinI~ick of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. IAnwood Longerbeam and daugh:cer Bonnie and Mrs. Marie Whittington. Miss Dorothy Lake Supper guest at the home of Mrs. Mamie Wiltshire on Tuesday Sunday dinner guests of Mr. of the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mason of Rippon, Mrs. Moss Ranolli were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rowland of Mrs. Eugene Whi~ttington and Bolivar, and Mrs. Bud ~tuart. The Hope and Robbie of Bal- occossion was in honor of Mrs. Md., Mr. and Mrs. Doug Stuarts birthday. IN " CHARLES TOWN Trim, tapered Jeans in the coolest denim ever... Salty Dog', the original, only all-cotton SCRUBDENIM* by Canton...for broken-in comfort like no other denim, with a lived-in look that's really inl These jeans are fashioned just for you, with the already faded look. Perfect for kicking around with the guys, or playing it ever-so-cool with the girls. "Canton'8 regietered Trademarks Men's Sizes - $3.99 Boys' Sizes - $3.45 Purusant to the authority contained in the will of Anne Lloyd Baylor, admitted to probate in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Will Book "M," Page 97, at 12:00 NOON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1966 THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER FOR SALE UPON THE PREMISES AT 529 SOUTH GEORGE STREET, CHARLES TOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA, THE REAL ESTATE HEREAFTER DESCRIBED OF WHICH SAID ANNE LLOYD BAYLOR DIED SEISED AND POSSESSED IM- PROVDED BY A LARGE BRICK AND FRAME DWELLING, NOW CONTAINING THREE APARTMENTS, READILY CON- VERTIBLE TO SINGLE, OR TO TWO FAMILY RESIDENCE. Said real estate fronts about 66 feet on the east side of George Street and runs back between parallel lines a distance of about 165 feet to the center of an alley 12 feet wide and contains about ~ acre of land. It is ~ounded on the north by the prol~ erty of" W. A. Shuman and is hounded on the south by the property of Miss Helen Martin and is approximately the south- ern half of Lot No. 6, shown on plat with a deed from Barney Lloyd to J. F. Engle, dated December 6, 1889, recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 78, Page 116, to which deed and plat, reference is made for further description; and said prop- erty will be sold subject to the obligation, if any, to maintain a part of a division fence as described in the deed last aforesaid. AND BEING the same property conveyed by T. Lee Shirley to W. O Norris. Trustee, by deed dated December 26, 1906 recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 98, Page 340, and also the same property conveyed by said W. O. Norris, Trustee, to Mary Beckwith ShirleY, by deed dated December 26, 1906, recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 98, Page 341, to both of which deeds, reference is made for further description; and being the same property devised to Anne Lloyd Baylor by the will of Mary Beckwith Shirley, recorded in said Clerk's Office in Will Book "F," Page 253, to which reference is made. Conveyance of said real estate will be made by special war- ranty deed. TERMS OF SALE: One-Third (~) cash on date of sale--balance, with Interest, within Thirty (30) days of date of sale (time being of the essence) and with the right reserved to the undersigned to complete sale of personal property on the sale date; 1966 taxes to be paid by th~ undersigned and 1967 taxes to be paid by the Purchaser, both on a fiscal year basis; costs of Federal and State Stamps and deed to be borne by the undersigned; costs of title examination and survey, if desired, 'to be borne by the Purchaser; and sale will be made subject to matters apparent of record or on the ground; Purchaser to carry extended cover- age fire insurance pending closing in amount of unpaid bal- ance of purch~ price with endbrsement to the undersigned as interests appear; loss after date of sale, whether insured against or not, to be borne by Purchaser; and the undersigned reserves the right to accept any bid and the right to reject any and all bids. INSPECTION: BY APPOINTMENT; PHONE - 725.2424. MARK B. WETZEL, as Executor under the will of Anne Loyd Baylor SEE AD ELSEWHERE THIS PAPER FOR SALE OF PERSoNAL PROPERTY. Sept. 29-3t- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Cooley were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wiley of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hardy and sons of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Hardy and daughters of Harpers Ferry, Susan and Roger Cooley of Maryland and Mr. and Mrs. Dick D'Angelo and Mrs. The lrrm Wiley. The occasion being ",in honor of Stephanie Cooley's 3rd birthday. Cake and ice cream was served to the guests that were presem on Sunday ofternoon. Mrs. Vallie Carper of Winehest- ' er Va., sperrt Sunday night and Monday wFvh Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mason of Rippon spen Friday n~gh wi~ the latter's grandmother, Mrs. M~mie Will, hire. Susan and Roger Cooley of Charles Town, W. Va. September 17, 1966 Mr. Max Brown, Editor t Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate Charles Town, W. Va. Dear Max: Now that the glowing premis- es and the vain hopes are fading in the light of common sense, it is increasingly clear that what the power~th~t-he are planning for the Eastmzi Panhandle, under Maryland, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Cooley. the name of Scenic Rivers, wou.ld Mrs. Mary Wiltshire entered only relieve the pressure of Wash the Charles Town Heapi~l on ington's problems by extending Saturday afternoon where she ex- them into our midst. Whether or peots to be a patient for several not this is the purpose, there can days her many friends wi~h for be no possible doubt, that it her a speedy recovery, would be the result. Like us, the Miss Lillian Myers disconterRed people there have been promised wonders, and now ehey are demanding that the pro- mises be kept. Do we want to take on Washington's problems? Certainly we can atl sympathize with the idea of a free holiday spot for the nearby cities' poor, but why here? "CharRy begins at Itl;~l~. . - home." R would be our own poor, Women Educators Meet l who would suffer most, and for I something which would provide FAa ChaI>ter of the Detta Kappa no one with either necessities or Gamma International Honorary means of self,help. It would be Society for Women Educators, the man on the bottom, who held its September meeting at the Franklin Methodist Church, would most feel the blow to our Franklin, W. Va., on Saturday, economy, from the removal of the Sept. 17, 1966 with the Franklin land from both productivRy and area members acting as hostesses, the tax books, and from the mov- The all-day meeting opened mg away of employers now living with an invocation and a business on the land. The mining of our meeting followed by the initiation rivers, by swarms of strangers ceremony. Mrs. Richard Adams and the highways and facilities and Mrs. Alonzo Peters of necessary to accommodate them, Charles Town, were two of the would penalize most those of us, eight new members, who can't afford costly trips to The afternoon program was beaches, lodges and fishermen's paradises elsewhere. These strangers would come here not for Nature, which their numbers ~lone would bright, btrt because it would be so cheap. They have no money to spend here, as a few people have vainly dreamed. They bring their necess ities to the public parks with them. They would rather have the same facilities near their own homes. Should not Washington charity begin in Washington? and Baltimore charity in Baltimore? Even more serious is the fact, that a public park, wRhin easy driving distance of two crime. ridden cities, would inevitably at- tract the same kind of people, who are making city parks unsafe for rich and poor alike. In recent weeks, Charles Town has been invaded by two motorcycle gangs from nearby cities (The price of "wheels," if not stolen, would feed a family or send the owner to school for some time.) One of these gangs was a participant in the notorious gang battle in the Washington suburbs. Because our town still belongs to us, the police were able to get them out, before there could be any serious trouble This would not have been possi- ble in a government-owned park, however well policed. Where everyone is a stranger, and every one must be welcomed without any questions, deliquents and cri- minals cannot even be identified, until ~ter a crime has been dis- covered and investigated. By tha~ time, they are well on their way, safe in the anonymity a public park confers on them. The violent and criminal ele- tance. It isn't funny, however, when you live nearby. The best minds, backed by the most lavish spending of hard-earned tax doll- ars, have been unable to cope with the problem. Does anyone want this problem brought into our Psszhandle? for wlmt purpose? For the poliicat or financial advantage of ~t most a dozen people? For the correct- ion of a few flaws we can easily eliminate ourselves, if we make a united effort? The West Virginia Eastern Panhandle Land and River Pro- teotive Association will welcome anyone interested in opposing the Wild Rivers Bill, now pending in Congress, and the newer plans for the Potomac River Basin, which will be aet~ on in January, and in doing som~hing fair and real- istic ourselves. Membership ms2 be had by sending one dollar to Mrs. John L. Burns, Jr., Treasurer Route 2, Charles Town, and five cents W~tl send a letter of protest to any of our Representataves in Congress, addressed to the Sen- ate or House Office Building, Washin~on. Sincerely yours Sarah B. Strider Public Relations Committee rb's Broadcasts Take Slim Lead. In WXVA wling League WXVA HOUSEWIVES BOWLING LEAGUE ments are well aware of this and systematicly take advan,tage of i,L The breakdo~vn of law enforce- ment in publicly-owned parks everywhere is well known. It has been said of one park, that de- cent people are so afraid to go there, that the muggers are re- duced to mugging each other and have applied for government assis Lawrence's Lows STANDING OF TE~IS Team W. I~ Barb:s, Broadcasters 98~ 2~4 Gerry s Grenlins Don's Detectors 8 Dick's Dilemmas Jeff's Jflls Jay's Birds 7 6 6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBBR 29, 19{}6, C---5 Helen's Honey's g 87f The Jay Birds rolled the high Jan's Jaaes 4 team game score, 668 and Gerry's Elliott's Buttons 4 8 Gremtins had a high team set Marion's Monitors 4 8 score, 192~. Bill's Buckaroos 3~ 8~[ Nancy Roth continued to lead -- -- O -- -- I the league with a 167 average and Barb's Broadcasters took theJoan Jenkins is second with a 166 lead in the WXVA Housewivos and B~rbara Hooper third with a tenpin bowling league in action 165. Tuesday a~ Pikeside bowl as Bar- Va H~er led the way with ai 13 hig~h individual game and games of 185, 213 and 159 for a high set score of 557. Doris Blackford had the second high individLtM game score, 200, while Reha Cameron had a 195 for third high. The latter also had the second high set score, a 509 .... w~th games of 195, 162 and 152. Use This Easy Way To Subscribe Please Enter My Subscription To The Name ............................................ Address ....... II .... il THIS COUPON AND JUST SEND $5.00 (Plus 15 Cents Tax In West Vir ) conducted by t~o chapter mem- bers, Mrs. Henrietta Loy and Mrs. PriceUa Collins whose topic was "Wilt Is the Role of Educ~,tion in creativity?" Mrs. Loy talked on the general topic of creativity in the classroom while Mrs. Collins showed slides depicting cre~tiv- ~ty in tthe ou~-of-doors. The group adjourned to meet in Ch~les Town in November. Those members attending from Jefferson C~uaty were Mimes Mary Emma Cormrd, Mildred Con- ard, Frances Heflebower, Lucllle Heflebower, Christine Hunter, Eleanor Ann Shirley, MesdamesI Hazel Henudricks and Margaret[ i K mer. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Finley, of] Front Royal, Va., visited his son-[ and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. [ Earl Mil~ler, last week. Fr~ H~eld ' is visR!pg i son and dmlg~terin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boyd, in Seattle, Washi~ton. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Frye are moviing to the house recently w- ca~ed by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kave~ aIld family. Mrs. Mary Grayson remains a patient in City Hospital, Martins- burg. Her many friends hope she will soon be able to return home. The Rev. and Mrs. David Cam- den and fa~nily ~o have moved near Deerfield, Va., spent the weekend ~t their trailer here. I They will move their trailer there this week. [ Mrs. Boteler Link, Jr., is at her home after being a patien~ in the Charles Town General Hospital fur two weeks where she under-] went surgery. The Ruritan Club meeting was held at tthe Vllhge House Man- | day evening, Sept. 19. I Leslie Custer led in singing one verse of America fol, lowed by in- voo~on by the Rev. Luther Crady. A delicious roast turkey dinner was served to those prosem. Nora- in'arcing committee appointments by President Ray Seal for selec- eton of oflicers for the coming year were Bermard ~Snyder, the Rev. Luther Crady and Harry Blackfor& Other items of busi, ness were discussed with meet- ing being adjourned. LOWEil INSURARCE RATES Careless drivers endanger not only lives but their chances of ehjoying the lower insurance rates of our Auto-R|te policy. If your family has a good three-year driving record, you're probably eligible for &, uto-FAte. Call qe for detasl=k H. 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