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O O O O OWN -- Dennis nd lear- services at Shepherd Col- received a service award West Virginia Community |. active in Shepherd's corn- college component, has helped and administer four major support programs at the last two years. joining the Shepherd College helped develop the Program, the the Microcomputer Lab, Academic Advisement has been an enthusiastic who need special in the transition school to college," corn- Shepherd President James "Through testing, referral, and ex- tensive coordination with other college departments, he has built instructional programs which enrolled 250 students this fall, and which have served an ad- ditional 300 students through Study Center and tutorial services." Stein's instructional programs in- clude courses in basic math, basic writing, college reading and study skills, and a seminar for successful college orientation. A resident of Hagerstown, Md Stem served on the Board of Literacy Volunteers. He is a native of Jamestown Community College and director of an adult learning center. He holds the B.A. from Thiel College and the M.A.T. from the University of Pittsburgh. Currently, he is working toward a doctorate degree at the Telestar Campus of Virginia Polytechnical Institute. PAGEANT FRONT ROYAL, Va. annual Thanksgiving ill be held Sunday, 25, at the Front Royal Royal, Virginia. All receive a $50.00 trophy, crown and ban- runners-up will receive a All girls not placing in a large trophy. 1-3, 4-6, 7-10, 11-14 and OVer. For further informa- call Irene FERRY BOLIVAR Mrs. Lee Miller 38 Appalachian music spirits, nothing will. the concert at Camp Hill- Friday, November 9, Hollow vlll perform instrurnen- music with the Fiddle :. Adrnis- for children. m sponsored by the Ferry Public Library Concert Series. the Virginia vs. West in Morgantown Satur- and son-in- t a good day for football team, yon get a feeling of state the WVU Marching loyal WV fans. in the Crafts Ex- 31 - November 3 which the annual Mountaineer of the state of The exhibit is held in of student activi- and we were able of special events days there. thing I saw was One car from the Transit System was track and set on the Lair. Campus were allowed two to see how many people into the car. I don't i number was, beardmg has seats for eight and a safety limit of 24, service. note, I visRed the can read the Daily News newspaper around met Steve Washburn County Extension graduate work, and Meadows, dental hygiene and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis after the p.m we visited and his moved in Morgan- at the medical seen them for a former resident, in Medical Lake, 27 to William Carl s Ferry churches join- a Halloween par- Sunday school guests. 60 children were judged for best Johns Lutheran walked to St. Church to tour a created by Joe Kitchen Sr. From there, everyone paraded down Washington St. to Camp Hill- Wesley United Methodist Church for refreshments, games and awarding of prizes. The best costumes for ages 1-8 were: ugliest - Christopher Kincaid, prettiest - Stephanle Band, most original - Brian MeDongall, and funniest - Jeremy Kin- caid. Winners in the ages 9 and up category were: ugliest - Phillip Turner, prettiest - Lisa Vance, most original - Kim Flannery and funniest - Mellisa Barreda. St. Johns Lutheran Church will hold their annual Christmas Bazaar at the Fire Hall Saturday November I0, beginning at 9:30 a.m. There will be baked goods, homemade soup, ham sandwiches and handiwork. A Turkey Dinner will he held at the Bolivar United Methodist Church Thursday, November 15, beginning at 4 p.m. Prices are $4.50 for adults and $2 for children under 12. Dessert and beverages are included. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Dial 725-8309 The Extension Homemakers Club will meet Nov. 14 at one o'clock at the home of Ella Hendricks. (Notice change in date) because of Thanksgiving. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Frum, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson of the Leetown United Methodist Church and W.O. Macoughtry of Summit Point were among the gronp of 46 persons who went on the Frederick-Hagerstown District Mission Interpretation Tour. The group left Martinsburg on Oct. 2 and returned on Oct. 7th. The main purpose of the tour was to give persons from the two districts an opportunity to see first hand what the United Methodist Church is doing to minister to people. Among the places visited were Morristownffenn.t Col- leg% The Cherokee Indian Mission in Cherokee, North Carolina, The World United Methodist Council at Lake Junaluska, N.C The United Methodist Publishing House, The Cokesbury Bockstore, The Upper Room and Scar- ritt College in Nashville, Tennessee. The group was served Holy Commu- nion in the Upper Room by Rev. Ray- mond Roderick who is a former district superintendent of the Frederick District. They had a very inspiring and infor- mauve trip which vered about 1600 miles. Tim group also attended the Grand Old Opry before returning home. Morristown College, one of the Black Colleges supported by the United Methodist Church, found a special plaoe in the hearts of the group. They felt that more help is needed at this time at this particular college. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Henry sprat the weekend with Dr. and Mrs. Frank Henry and family in Hampton, Va. Sunday November 4, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Locke of the West Virginia University Experiment Farm near Kearneysville were delighted to have Mr. and Mrs. Blache of Now York Avenue in', Martjnshurg, Mrs. Lester Demory and Mr. George Demory, visit them for a tour of the house, Mrs. Demory formerly a Milburn and Mrs. Blacbe, formerly a Ramsburg both lived at the farm as children, Mrs. Blache's mother died at the farm on February 1, 1916. They pointed out many changes in the struc- ture and bad many family stories. After the tour and pleasant visit they were on their way having relived many memories. SPIRIT Vo MADELINE M. GRESHAM MOSES KARKENNY Defendants Civil Action No. 84-P-48 The object of the above entitled ac- tion is to quiet title to real estate. And it a ring by an affidavit fil- ed in this action that Madeline M. Gresham is not a resident of the State of West Virginia; her last known ad- OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE --- THURSDAY, NOVENBER 8, 1984 On Oct. 24, JoAnn Johnston and just what the weather man said, accor- daughter Deanne had a birthday sup- cling to Walter Tabb. They had freez- per for her mother Elsie Hough. She ing weather snow to his shonlders after celebrated a young 76 years with sup- the blizzard but things were going on per and all the trimmings, cake and normally, no school closing and peo- ice cream, pie traveling where necessary. Guess On Oct. 29, Elsie Hough, G'ladys they know how to cope with weather Fleming, and Jean Spurling visited conditions. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stephens at their Cam Tabb and Alfred Owens travel- home, then Joe and Josephine treated ed to Iowa on Sunday and Monday to Elsie, Gladys and Jean to dinner in . pick up a piece of equipment. Culpeper, Va to help celebrate Elsie ORDER OF PUBLICATION and Josephine's birthdays. Then back CIRCUIT COURT OF to "theft" home for awhile to visit. JEFFERSON COUNTY, We left for home wishing the ladies a WEST VIRGINIA vey happy birthday, and hoped they JOHN OTT, would have many more. Clerk of the County Commission On Oct. 31,EIsie Hough and Gladys DONALD GIARDINA, Fleming went to Bolivar to the Senior Sheriff of Jefferson County Center for the Halloween Party. Plaintiffs Recent visitors from the Netherlands have been enjoying our summer like weather. Ms. Trien DeBoer and Netty Saylor drove from Denver, Col to the east, starting out in a snow storm and arriving in Leetown at the Lyle Tabb's last Wednesday. They are enjoying sightseeing and visiting the many Tabb families. The weather in Montana has been dress is 15003 Newwood Lane, NOTICE TO CREDITORS Houston, Texas 77045. Moses Karken- To the Creditors and Beneficiaries ny is not a resident of the State of West of the Estate of Roger Z. Bane, Virginia, and his last known address deceased, is 9 Pine Avenue, Takoma Park, All persons having claims against Maryland, it is ordered that she do the Estate of Roger Z. Bane, deceas- serve upon Braun A. Hamstead, Es- ed, whether due or not, are notified to quire, plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- exhibit the same, with the vouchers dress is P.O. Box 729, Charles Town, thereof, legally verified, to the under- W. Va. 25414, an answer or other signed at his office at 125 N. Charles defense to the complaint filed in this St Charles Town, West Virginia, on action on or before December 3rd, or before the 25th day of January, 1984, otherwise judgment by default 1985; otherwise they may, by law, he will he taken against her at any time excluded from all benefit of said thereafter. A copy of said complaint estate. All beneficiaries of said estate can be obtained form the undersigned may appear on or before said day to Clerk at her office. examine said claims and otherwise Entered by the Clerk of said Court protect their interest. October 29th, 1984. Given under my hand this 6th day of ROSA W. LYNCH Nov 1984. Clerk of Court CHARLES H. MILLER, By: EDNA E. GIFFT Fiduciary Commissioner 11-I-2t- Deputy Clerk 11-8-2t- Jefferson County ORDER OF PUBLICATION NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING CIRCUIT COURT OF OF THE LOT OWNERS OF THE JEFFERSON COUNTY, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH WEST VIRGINIA CEMETERY Eleanora E. Burkhoff, widow; IN SHEPHERDSTO~, James O. Clagg and WEST VIRGINIA, ALSO KNOWN Virginia Lee Clagg, AS THE ROMAN husband and wife; BURYING GROUND Bruce E. Polen and Pursuant to Section 2, Article 5, Judith L. Polen, Chapter 35, of the Code of West husband and wife, Virginia, a Special Meeting of the lot Plaintiffs owners of the Roman Catholic Church v. Cemetery in Shepherdstown, West Albee Crest Homes, Div. of Virginia, also known as the Roman Albee Maryland Homes, Inc Burying Ground, will be held on Fri- a Maryland Corporation, and day, November 16, 1964, at 4:00 P.M. Kenneth W. Metz, Trustee; in the law offices of Rice, Hannis & Albee Crest Homes, Inc and Douglas, at 122 North George Street, Kenneth W. MetE Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Defendants Virginia. Civil Action No. 84-C-388 The object of said meeting is for the The object of the above entitled ac- purpose of authorizing the below set lion is that ownership of certain forth Trustee to convey approximate- parcels of real estate as described in ly 1.5 acres of real estate located in the Complaint filed herein be ordered Shepherdstown, Jeffeson County, West vested in fee simple in the plaintiffs Virginia, and more particularly Polen, free and clear of &ny llen for the described as follows: benefit of the defendant, Alhee Crest Beginning at a stake on the North Homes, Ine.; that any and all record side of High S~'cet and running with ownership rights to that certain parcel said street S 72 W 12 Poles to a stone vested in defendant Mete be ex- corner to said Lot and Abraham tinguished; and forsuchfurtberrelief Shepherd thence with Abraham as may seem equitable and ap- Shepherd Line N 26 E 34 Poles to a ~te so as to create fee simple stone ha Nicholas Ymmg's Line thence title ownership in said property to the S 77 E 7 Poles and ~ inches to William plaintiffs Polen. Brown's Corner and Corner of this And it appearing by an affidavit ill- piece of Land and in Llae of said ed in this action that the Defendant, Yonng where there is a Fixed stone for Albee Crest Homes, Div. of Albee Corner then with a straight line to the Maryland Homes, Inc is not a resi- place of dent of the State of West Virginia, it is Held by said Trustee for cemetery ordered that the defendants do serve purposes, to The Most Reverend upon Braun A. Hamstead and Melody Joseph H. Hodges, Bishop of the H. Gaidrich, plaintiff's attorffey, Roman Catholic Diocese of Wheeling- whose address is P.O. Box 730, Charles Charleston, West Virginia, pursuant to Town, WV 25414, an answer or other "the recomposition of the boundaries defense to the complaint filed in this between the Roman Catholic Diocese action on or before December 11, 1964, of Wheeling-Charleston, West otherwise judgment bydefauR will be Virginia, and the Roman Catholic taken against them at any time Diocese of Richmond, Virginia. thereafter. A copy of said complaint BROOKS LUCAS, can be obtained from the undersigned Trustee of the Roman Clerk at her office. Catholic Church Cemetery in Entered by the Clerk of said Court Shepherdstown, West Virginia, November 2, 1984. Also Known as the ROSA W. LYNCH ll-l-2t- Roman Burying Ground II-8-2t- Clerk of Court TO: RESIDENTS OF THE'COUNTY OF JEFFERSON AND OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED ISSUANCE OF INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING THE COUNTY COMMISSION OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA, contemplates the adoption of a bond authorizing resolution at a meeting of the County Commission to he held at 10:00 a.m November 21, 1984, approving the issuance ol its industrial development rev me bonds in the maximum aggregate principal amount of $5,000,000, pursuant to Chapter 13, Article 2C, of the Code of West Virginia, as amended, to assist in the fmancing of certain improvements and renovations for the Halltown Paperboard Mill consisting of conversion of the existing boiler from oil to coal-fired and construction of a wastewater backup system, together with certain equipment and all necessary appurtenances and related facilities, the Uve location of said facilities being at old highway 340, at Halltown, Jefferson County, West Virginia, for Halltown Paperboard Com- pany, as initial owner, operator or manager, in order to provide and re- tain employment and business opportunities in the County. The County Commission and the County of Jefferson shall have no financial obliga- tion or liability of any kind in commction with payment of the principal of or interest on said Bonds. The Bonds shall not constitute an indebtedness of the County Commis- sion, but shall be a limited obligation of the County Commission, payable solely from the property, revenues and moneys pledged therefor, and neither the Bonds nor the interest thereon, nor any charge in connection therewith, shall be a charge against the general credit or taxing powers of the County Commissioun, nor shall the same ever constitute an in- debtedness of the County Cemmission within the meaning of any constitu- tional provision or statutory limitations. A public hearing will be held before the County Commission at the Jef- ferem County Omrthonse on November 21, 1964, at 10:00 a.m and any person or persons interested may appear the County Commission to present written or oral comments and sugsestions and be heard as to the proposed issue of Bonds and the nattwe of the proposed facilities and as to whether or not theshall be put into dfect. The County com- mission shall take such action as it deems proper in the premises. Dated this Ist Day of November, I 4. s/s JOHN E. OTT Clerk of The County Commission ll-l-2t- of Jefferson County LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the Estate of T. WUmer Clipp, deceased. All persons having claims against the Estate of T. Wllmer Clipp, deceas- ed, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally verified, to the under- signed at his offiee at 125 N. Charles St Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 25th day of January, 1985; 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 6th day of Nov 1984. CHARLES H. MILLER, Fiduciary Commissioner 11-8-2t- Jefferson County NOTICE OF SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE By virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned by a deed of trust made by Walter E. Dyson, Jr. and Lin- da L. Dyson, husband and wife, to James B. Crawford, I11 and Edward W. Gutelius, Jr Trustees, dated December 30, 1~2, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Com- mission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 507, Page 28, default having been made in the pro- visions of the deed of trust and being required by the beneficiary to do so, the undersigned Trustees will sell at public auction at the front door of the Courthouse of Jefferson County, West Virginia, at Charles Town, West Virginia, on Friday, November 9, 1984, at 10:00 A.M the following described real estate: All that certain parcel of real estate, with improvements thereon, situate just off the south side of State Route 51 in Middleway District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, being more partl larly described as follows: Be- ing all of that certain parcel of land, designated and described on a plat en- titled "First Outsale-Dyson" made by Appalaehlan Surveys, Inc dated March 8, 1982, containing 2.57 acres, said plat being attached to a deed dated March 8, 1982, from Douglas A. Payne, et ux, et ai to Walter E. Dyson, Jr et ex, said deed being recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 4N, Page 399, together with a nonex- cinsive right to use that certain 40 feet right of way shown on the aforesaid plat for ingress and egress from the real estate herein described to State Route 51, and also that certain water line easement and right to use the water from a well, allet wht~b more particularly set forth in prier con- veyances of record. TERMS OF SALE: All cash on date of sale. The deed from the trustees shall be subject to 1984-1~5 taxes, utility ser- vice easements, and the rights of others to water rights mentioned above: JAMES B. CRAWFORD, Ill EDWARD W. GUTELIUS, JR I0-18-4t- Trustees NOTICE OF MECHANIC'S LIEN TO: H. Lamb Associates, inc. 2401 Blueridge Drive Wheaton, Maryland 20902 Notice is hereby given, in accor- dance with the laws of the State of West Virginia, that the undersigned 17 claims a lien to secure the payment of the sum of $41,282.76 upon your in- terest in and to the following described real estate to wit: All that certain property iecated in Ranson, Jefferson County, West Virginia, located on the corner of George Street and Seventh Avenue, and more particularly bounded and described on a plat and survey thereof made by John Kusner & Associates, Land Surveyors, Designers and Engineers, dated January 25, 1978, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Plat Book 5 at page 2. Said parcel more particularly described on the aforesaid plats as Part of D2 M4 PO2 "INTENDED FOR CONVEYANCE TO SAID GRANTEE," approximately con- taining 3.000 acres except for that certain parcel of real estate situate and being in Rauson, Jefferson Coun- ty, West Virginia, and being more particularly designated and described as follows: Beginning at a point at the inter- section of 7th Avenue and Buchanan Street, said point being labelred number 2 on a plat by John Kusner and Associates, dated January 25, 1978, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Plat Book 5 at page 2, thence N. 21 04- 23 W, 135 feet to a 5-inch rebar, then- ce with a new line N. 68 $5-37 E. 75 feet to a number 5 rebar, thence S. 21- 04-23 E. 135 feet to a point in the nor- therly boundary line of 7th Avenue, thence with said Avenue S. 68 55-37 W. 75 feet, more or less, to point of beginning and containing ap- proximately 10,125 square feet. AND BEING a part of the same property conveyed unto Mtlton Properties, Inc a Maryland Cor- poration, by deed dated November 2, 1979, from Elderly Housing Cor- poration, Inc recorded in the aforesaid Clerk's Office in Deed Book 462 at page 699. AND ALSO BEING the same par- cel of real estate that was conveyed unto H. Lamb Associates, Inc from Milton Properties, Inc a Maryland Corportion, by deed dated January I, 1982, and recorded in the aforesaid Clerk's Office in Deed Book 507 at pa ge 440. and upon the following buildings, structures and improvements thereon. Greenhill Townhomes con- sisting of five (5) units contained in one (1) building. Given under my band this 25th day of october, 1964. McMahon & Sons, Inc. By: Harry J. McMahon, Jr. (SEAL) Its President STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, to wit: HARRY J. MCMAHON, JR President of McMahon & Sons, Inc being firstduly sworn, upon oath says that the statements contained in the foregoing Notice of Lien are true, as he verily believes. Taken, subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of October, 1984. Marili R. James Notary Public My commission expires: November 24, 1986. TO: H. B. LAMB ASSOCIATES, INC. 2401 Bineridge Avenue Wheaton, Maryland 20902 Phase I Construction Costs for Site Development ! 1,358.76 ,Final Draw & Change Work Order No. I for Phase II 14,894.@0 Statement for Project Manager's Fee 15~000,00 TOTAL BALANCE DUE: $41,232.76 11/1/2t PUBLIC NOTICE OF CHANGE IN RATES NOTICE is hereby given that THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY OF WEST VIRGINIA, a public utility, has filed with the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WF ST VIRGINIA, a tariff containing increased rates, tolls and charges for furnishing tele- phone service to approximately 571,495 customers in West Virginia. The proposed increased rates and charges will become effective De- cember 10, 1964, unless otherwise ordered by the Public Service Commis- sion and will produce approximately $75,421,706 annually in additional revenue, an increase of 26%. The average monthly bill for the various of c stomers will be changed as follows: Service Dollar Percent Increase Increase Service- Residence ~MkS,~,~l 60% - Business 6,997,S 14% Long Distance I S0,0"J 1% Public Telephone 1,443,192 29% Miscellaneous Vertical Services and Service Charges - Residence 3,161,451 25% - Business 1,040,066 13% Private Lines Extension Line, Tie Lines and Private Line Chanrleis 73.755 CarriM- Acce Charges -2,647,315 -15% TOTAL $75,421,706 26% A complete copy of this tariff, as well as a representative of the Com- pany to provide any information requested it, is available to all custmne,customers or their agents at any of the following offices of the Company. 4t~ Bread Street, Charleston; 1101 Sixth Avenue, Hnntiagtea; 311 lladglm Street. Logaa; sol Log Street, Willlamson; lm S. Llberty Street, Cumberland, MD.; 521 W. Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY. ofAc Py of thisthe Sucr tariff is also available for public inspection at the Offices he Secretary of the PUBLIC SERVICE COMML~SION at 201 Brooks Street, Charleston, Charleston, WV. An one to protest the increase rates and charges contained m mrgt mmma oo so, m w ting, at least five (5) days prior to the effective d.a. te December, 10, 1984. All protests should briefly state the Eeas . uor me pr.omsmrotest .an.a should be addressed to The Secretary, Public t mmum on of west Vi-,10nia, 201 Brooks Street, Charleston, WV 25301. The Chesapeake and Potomac TELEPHONE COMPANY OF WEST VIRGINIA IItS/Z-T By Thomas C. Barns Vke Preskleat