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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, October 29, 1998 33 egal Advertisements their interest. tilters and Beneficia- Given under my hand this 27th state of ~ day of October, 1998. deceased. Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. )ns having claims Fiduciary Commissioner of ~ 10/29/2t Jefferson County deceased, whether NOTICE TO CREDITORS notified to exhibit the vouchers To the Creditors and Beneficia- ries of the Estate of verified, to the un- ]~, deceased. office at the cor- All persons having claims Street and George against the Estate of nty Building, 2nd BLOOM LYTER, deceased, Town, West Vir- whether due or not, are notified to the 29th day of exhibit the same, with the vouch- ,998; otherwise they ers thereof, legally verified, to the :be excluded from all undersigned at his office at the id estate. All benefi- corner of Congress Street and id estate may appear George Street (County Building, said day to examine2nd floor), Charles Town, West t. otherwise protect Virginia, on or before the 29th day hand this 27th of December, 1998; otherwise they 1998. may, by law, be excluded from all Lorenzetti, Jr. benefit of said estate. All benefi- t Commissioner ciaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine Jefferson County said claims and otherwise protect their interest. and Beneficia- Given under my hand this 27th of ~ day of October, 1998. Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. )as having claims Fiduciary Commissioner of ~ 10/29/2t Jefferson County deceased, whether notified to exhibit FIDUCIARY NOTICE the vouchers I have before me an Appraise- l, to the un- ment of the Estate of ARTHUR G. his office at the cor- SLONAKER, deceased, by Janet Street and George Ann Slonaker, Fiduciary. anty Building, 2nd Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. les Town West Vir- Fiduciary Commissioner 29th day of 10/29/2t Jefferson County ~98; otherwise they FIDUCIARY NOTICE excluded from all I have before me an Appraise- estate. All benefi-ment of the Estate of ROBERT U. estate may appear SMITH, JR deceased, David M. id day to examine Smith, Fiduciary. otherwise protect Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. t. Fiduciary Commissioner ray hand this 27th 10/29/2t Jefferson County 1998. Lorenzetti, Jr. FIDUCIARY NOTICE Commissioner I have before me an Appraise- Jefferson County ment of the Estate of EMMA ROSE, deceased, by William C. Rose, Executor/Fiduciary. and Beneficia- Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. of F.~, Fiduciary Commissioner 10/29/2t Jefferson County ~ons having claims e Estate of EMMA FIDUCIARY NOTICE whether due or I have before me an Appraise- to exhibit the ment of the Estate of ROBERT M. he vouchers thereof,HAGUE, deceased, by Carol L. to the under- Wangdahl, Fiduciary. ~ffice at the corner of Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. and George Fiduciary Commissioner mty Building, 2nd 10/29/2t Jefferson County [es Town, West Vir- " the 29th day of FIDUCIARY NOTICE otherwise they I have before me an Appraise- excluded from allment of the Estate of MARGARET estate. All benefi- BLOOM LYTER, deceased, by L. estate may appearJames Nichols, Executor. day to examine Ralph A. Lorenzetti, ~Ir. otherwise protect Fiduciary Commissioner 10/29/2t Jefferson County CALF AND YEARLING SALES this 27th 1998. RUMMAGE, BAKE SALE Jr. The Jefferson County Commu- nity Center Association will be Jefferson sponsoring a Rummage and Bake Sale Saturday, November 14, 9 a.m.-? At the Jefferson County and Beneficia- Community Center on Rt. 9 at of ~ Bardane. Items will be sold and refresh- as having claims ments, which includes ham sand- of~ wiches, hotdogs, Mexicans, cold whether due or drinks, and coffee, will also be to exhibit the served as the day goes on. vouchers thereof, The fundraiser is for the pur- to the under- pose of installing a 1st floor uni- ~ffice at the corner of sex-handicap restroom at the and George Community. Lnty Building, 2nd Contact for further informa- ies Town, West Vir- tion: Robert Ott - President 725- the 29th day of 7920, Mary Catherine Vickers - 98; otherwise they Vice President 876-6727, Virginia excluded from all Tabb - Secretary Treasurer 725- estate. All benefi- 4068. estate may appear said day to examine Give the United Way and otherwise protect ay, October 31=, 1998 beginning at 10:00 a.m. date: Sunday, November 1st 1:00 p.m.) 102 Undsey Dr Tuscawilla Hills, Charles Town, Virginia. (The residence of Bill & Gean Myers.) table, china cabinet; sideboard; 4 pc. set; side chairs; 4 pc. bedroom suite; recliner; parlor tables (Marble top); oil lamps; stands; !avox color TV; PhilcoTV with radio, tuner, amplifier, sofa; pictures; paintings; Approximately 80 of Fostoria including a punch bowl set; glassware; linens; lane chest; brass pieces; silver-plated items; ElM typewriter; halltree; mirrors; Hoover vacuum; G.E. :maker washer; small kitchen appliances; pots; pans; items too numerous to mention. AT 11:130 A.M.-1984 Mercury Marquis (35,000 miles) Betl;ie L. Bond, Exe(:utrix, estate of Dorothy M. Callahan DENSIL L. NIBERT, Phone: 876-2418 Clerks: Hostler & Harrison WV Lic. #660 OF SALE : Cash or check with proper ID. Not responsiblefor s on property. Luncheon rights reserved. Property Transactions Jimmy B. Calhoun, Et A1 Middleway, to Thomas Aitchison, Et A1, $159,000. Dan Ryan Builders, Inc. Charles Tows, to Jeffrey P. Hack- ne~; ETA1, $132,171. Lee R. Moore, Jr Et A1, Charles Town, to Eugene P. Capriotti, $100,000. Eugene P. Capriotti, Charles Town, to Wilcom Homes, Inc $310,000. R. Vance Golden, III-Tr Kable- town, to First Nationwide Mort- gage Corp $72,500. Federal National Mortgage Corp Charles Town, to John Wayne Fife, $83,900. Thomas L. Cole, Et A1, Charles Town to Roland C. Spitzer, $55,OOO. John H. Writt, Shepherdstown, to Jujaya N. Menon, $100,000. William W. Pahl - Executor of the Estate of Marion M. Pah, Kabletown, to Dicran R. Keuroglian, Et A1, $7,500. Marie K. eden -Admin CTA of the Estate of Paul Witt, Middle- way, to William J. Cafferky, Et A1, $99,500. Ariail R. Smith, Et A1, Kable- town, to Michael O. Murtagh, Et A1, $156,400. Florence D. Sandberg, Charles Town, to Philip L. Sibrell, $149,900. Secretary of Housing & Urban Development, Bolivar Corp to Kevin P. Atkinson, $75,001. Diane M. Collis, Middleway, to Phillip O. Stevens, Et A1, $21,500. David M. Peterson, Et A1, Kabletown, to Tracy L. McCauley, $91,000. Home Hill Corporation, Shep- herdstown, to Charles E. Porter, ET A1, $87,500. Charles E. Porter, Et A1, Shep- herdstown, to Home Hill Corp $68,000. Robert R. Shields, Kabletown, to Aimee Konrad, $192,000. Adam R. Brewer, Et Al, Harp- ers Ferry, to Bankers Trust Co - Tr $83,969.05. Edward T. Walker, Et Al, Kabletown, to Michael E. Hallow, Et Al, $144,500. The Estate of Robert M. Hague, Middleway, to Phillip R. Hawkins, Et Al, $72,500. Pamela H. Carroll, Middleway, to William S. Schultz, Jr Et Al, $14,000. Donald L. "Hopkins, Et AI, Harpers Ferry Corp to Ronald G. Clark, $110,000. Paul L. Meyers, Et Al, Shep- herdstown, to Timothy W. Mann, Et A1, $89,000. Mary Bragdon-Killeen, Harp- ers Ferry, to Harlan J. Van Camp, $9,000. , Mark A. Smith, Charles Town, $171,000. Jerome Byrnes, Et A1, Harpers toEdwinL. Oot, EtAl,$147,850. RaymondM. Staubs, Jr EtAl, Ferry, to Traci A. Hummer, Rebecca K. Smith, Kabletown, Shepherdstown, to Dale M. $205,000. , to Larry K. Potter, $65,000. Mueller, Et A1, $37,500. Traci A. Hummer, Charles Dan Ryan Builders, Inc Harp- Wallace J. Jeffe, Jr Ranson Town, to Darren M. Hine, Et Al, ers Ferry, to Donald M. Fisher, Jr Corp to Clifton Dwayne Jewel], $130,000. Et AI, $175,000. Et Al, $26,500. Michelle Delawder-Guardian, Shawn Fletcher, Et A1, Shep- Charles G. Sanderson, Et Al, Kabletown, to Michael Meyer, Et herdstown~ to Katrina Johnson, Kabletown, to Wilson Davis, A1, $140,000. $133,900. $22,000. Robert A. Beasley, Charles Dorothy D. Kefauver, Shep- NP3-B Property, L.P Ranson Town, to Cendant Mobility Ser- herdstown, to John W. Snyder, Et Corp, to 5th Avenue Sports Bar vices Corp $141,500. A1, $105,000. and Grill, L.L.C $150,000. London J. Anthony, Harpers Bank of Charles Town- Censer- NP3-B Property, L.P Ranson Ferry, to Travis A. Sadowski, Et vator, Shepherdstown Corp to Corp to Paul L. Horn, $230,000. AI, $135,000. Quinith Janssen, $143,000. Betty Lee Kemp, Shepherd- F & M National Corp Charles Ranson Estates, L.L.C Ran- stown, to Billy Joe Clevenger, Et Town, to HLM Developers, L.L.C son Corp to Ernest S. Himes, Al, $106,000. $26,500. $74,700. Jeffrey L. Smith, Et Al, Kable-Jefferson Orchards, Inc Tommy B. Lipscomb, Charles town, to Ronnie H. Fellers, Et Al, Ka bl e t ow n, t o E d w a r d J. Town, to Dan Ryan Builders, Inc $162,325. Grodzickii, Et A1, $254,000. During November, Hospice of the Pan- handle will join the Hospice Asso- ciation of America, the National Hospice Organization, and more than 3,000 hospices throughout the United States in celebrating National Hospice Month. Established in 1978, National Hospice Month honors the prin- ciples of hospice care - to help ter- minally ill patients recapture the spirit of living and make the most of remaining time with family and friends. Through treatment based primarily in the home, hospice professionals and volunteers pro- vide physical, spiritual, and emo- tional support for thousands of the nation's terminally ill patients and their families. The theme of this year's event is, "Hospice Care: The Journey Home". "Hospice care moves beyond treatment for the physical pain terminally ill pa- tients may be experiencing," said Margaret Cogswell, Executive Di- rector of Hospice of the Pan- handle. "The hospice team helps people cope with one of life's most challenging transitions. Through comprehensive, compassionate and skillful caring, they help make life more meaningful for in- dividuals traveling their final journey home." In addition to recognizing the people who work and volunteer with hospice, National HOspice Month also serves to educate the public about issues affecting hos- pice care and the hospice services available in local communities. Hospice of the Panhandle is planning several events in recog- NORTHERN VIRGINIA LIVESTOCILINC. State Sponsored Graded Uniform Lots All Beef Breeds 60 DAY OWNERSHIP REQUIRED ALL CATTLE TAKEN IN DAY OF SALE (7 AM to 2 PM) FARMERS LIVESTOCK EXCHANGL INC. Winchester, Va li (540) 667-1023 NORTHERN VIRGINIA LIVESTOCK, INC. P.O. Box 440, Winchester, VA 22604 Phone: Office (540) 662-2946 t I II III e nition of National Hospice Month. will be touched by hospice. No- The kick-off to the activities is a vember is the time to celebrate the "Community Open House", work of this valuable organization Wednesday, November 4, 1 to 3 as Hospice of the Panhandle con- p.m. at the Hospice Office, 2015 tinues to guide terminally ill pa- Boyd Orchard Court, Martins- tients and their families on their burg. The public is invited to tour journey home. the office, enjoy refreshments, and learn about hospice care. SMOOT TO RECEIVE On that same day, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. the Eastern Pan- REPUBLICAN AWARD handle Quality Work Life Em- Congressman John Linder has ployee Involvement Committee of announced that Jeffery Smoot, of the US Postal Service will sponsor Charles Town, has been selected a Fitness challenge and health to receive the National Leadership fair to benefit Hospice at Gold's Award presented by the National Gym, Edwin Miller Blvd Mar- Republican Congressional Com- tinsburg. Hospice representatives mittee. will also be out in each county Smoot received the award for throughout the month spreading serving as a Co-Chairman of the the word about hospice care. They Committee's Business Advisory will visit all area senior centers, Council which was founded by hospitals, doctors offices, and will House Speaker Newt Gingrich. attend several health fairs. Infer- The Advisory Council was instru- mation about hospice programs m e n t a 1 i n s h a p i n g t h e will also be distributed to area Republican's Balanced Budget churches. Book displays can be Plan. found in every public library. The In making the announcement, Marlowe Ruritan Club will host a Congressman Linder, who heads special hospice display at their the Congressional Committee, pancake breakfast on Saturday, said "We are grateful for all of Mr. November 14. Smoot's support of Republican At some point in time, everyideals, particularly for his corn- person in Berkeley, Jefferson, mitment to tax reform and spend- Morgan or Hampshire Counties ing cuts." Consolidating households, we will sell the following st White House Farm located six miles southwest of Charles Town, WV along the Summit Point Road. From Charles Town, take Rt. 51 West for a short distance to a left onto the Summit Point Road and continue to suction site. Watch for Kable Auction signs. Please park on properly -- not along highway. Saturday, Nov. 7, 1998 at 10:00 a.m. Auction held rain or shine ANTIQUES: Kitchen Cabinet; Mortised and Pinned Oak Table w/Drawers (unique); Rect. Dbl. Pedestal Table w/Stretcher;, Wood & Uph. Goose Neck Rocker; Oak Wash Stand w/Towel Rack; Cedar Lined Armoire w/Mirror Doors; Sm. Rd. Top Pedestal Table; Thirty-Hour Mantel Case Clock by Jonathan Frost Reading, Mass.; Oak Oval Mirror w/BOy. Glass; Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table; Lg. Rect. Mirror; Spinning Wheel; Plank Bottom Rocking Chair; Folding Sewing Table; Bamboo Chair w/Rush Seat; Rush Top Stool w/Turned Legs; Night Stand w/2 Drawers & Ornate Legs; Asst, Books; Lg. Wooden Decoy; (3) Wash Bowl & Pitcher Sets; Seth Thomas Mantel Clock; Ornate Flat Top Desk w/Open Leg & Stretcher; Church Pew;, Rd. Lyre Base Table; Singer Treadle Sewing Machine; Story & Clark Upright Piano; Queen Anne Oval Coffee Table; Chiffonnier; Carriage Seat; Asst. Chairs; Weaving Stand; Antique Jewelry; Many Other Items! COLLECTIBLE$: Southwestern Art by DeGrazia; Old Ladies Shoes; Chinese Watercolor Paintings (signed); Old Adams Mandolin w/Case; Asst. Glassware including Homer Laughlin & W.Va. Glass; Old Glass Pitchers; Decanters; Asst. Old Kitchen Utensils; Asst. Linens, Doileys & Afghans; Asst. Books of all subjects; Lg. Doll House; Set of White Dishes-Service for 8; Antique Jewelry including Ant. Cameos in Bracelets & Necklaces, Necklaces w/Amber, Cloisonne Necklace & 2 Bracelets, Onyx Ring & Earrings from Russia, Pearl Necklaces; Costume Jewelry; Old Royal Typewriter; Asst. Kerosene Lamps; (2) Duldmers; Nut Cracker; Ice Tongs; Crocks & Jugs; Asst, Pictures, Frames & Mirrors; Old Block Planes; Asst. Antique Hand Tools; Sin. Indian Rugs; Flat Irons; Old Farm Tools; Bed Warmer; Fireplace Tools; Shoe Last; Old Easel; Corn Sheller; Coll. of Metal Bells; Wash Boiler & Wash Boards; Asst. Baskets; Old Agfa P.B. 20 Ready/Set Camera; Old Brownie Hawkeye Camera; Old Records; Old Tins; Old Sunbeam Mixer, Much More! HOUSEHOLD & OTHER ITEMS: Asst. Oriental Style Rugs; Coffee and End Table Set; Sm. Rect. Table; Sm. Pine Cabinet; "This End Up" Items: Sleeper Sofa, Blanket Chest, (2) Tables; Panasonic Stereo & Speakers; AssL Elec, Lamps; 5x8 Italian Rug; Painted Bookcases; Painted Storage Cabinet; Hammock; am. Enamel Table; Kenmora Microwave; Glass Top Table; Fire Wood Carrier, Luggage; Metal Filing Cabinet; Sin. Garden Pagoda; Wood & Uph. Patio Furniture; Childs Play Pen; Elec. Ice Cream Freezer, Picnic Table & Lawn Furniture; Asst. Tubs, Cans, Pots & Pans; Exercise and Weight Lifting Equip.; Down Hill Skiis and Boots; Lg. Dog House; Folding Room Screen; Etc. GUNS: Jennings Fire Arms, Bryce 59--9mm Pistol; Ruger Mark II Target Pistol- 22 Cal.; Harrington and Richardson, Topper Model 158, 410 Ca. Full Choke Shotgun; Mossberg Mod. 340 KC, 22 Cal. Rifle-Bolt Action w/Clip; Mossberg Model R, 22 Cal. Bolt Action w/Tube Feed; Tasco 4x20 Scope. VEHICLE - ROTOR TILLER: 1986 Nissan King Cab 4WD Pickup wt V-6 Engine--Good Condition; 3 Point Hitch, PTO Rear Rotor Tiller-4 Ft. Wide. Sellers: Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Hadley, Jr. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: What a nice, clean selection of antiques and collectibles we have here/Please note that the pickup (selling with reserve), antique jewel~ rotor tiller and guns sell at 12:00 noon. Clip this ad, mark your cale~r and join us (rain or shine) on November 7th. -- No Buyer's Premium -- Announcements on auction day take precedence over printed material Major 2-Day TERMS: Cash or good check with proper ID. Number System Used. Not responsible for accidents. Lunch rights reserved. Selling for the Washington County Government, City of Hagerstown and several Western Maryland Contractors. Track Loaders Track Dozers Hydraulic Excavators Cranes Loader Backhoes Skid Loaders Forklifts Road Tractors li Motor Graders Grapple and Cable * Skidders Rubber Tire Loaders * Dirt and Asphalt Rollers Pavers Manliffs li Air Compressor Track Drills Dump Trucks Road Trucks and Specialized Trucks Pick ups 4x4's Automobiles li Collector Cars Trailers Miscellaneous Contractors Equipment and Tools Machine Shop Equipment and Pallet Making Equipment Transits and Levels Farm and Landscaping Tractors and Equipment * New Building Materials * Office Equipment- Furniture and Supplies Contractor and shop tools, electrical and plumbing supplies, office furniture and much more will be sold on Friday evening with ALL MAJOR EQUIPMENT SELLING ON SATURDAY. For further information on this auction, contact the Auction Complex at (301) 739-0538. AUCTIONEERS & ASSOCIATES LTO ~e PROFESSIONAL AUCTIONEERS AND APPRAISERS SINCE 1972 7704 Maplevllle Road P.O. Box 222 aoonsboro, MD. 21713-0222 (301) 739-0538 NATIONA ELY RECOGNIZED. AWARD WINNING AUCTIONEERS SINCE 1972 H.M. "Marty'! Kable (304) 725-2465 WV License #632 -- gABLE AUCTIONEER Clerks: Hensell & Henseil