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Charles Town, Rans0n SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r.RszRs ADVOCATE , ,q g---A q HUR, DAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1959 From Pare One It has been estimated that if GROUI" INSURANCE PLAN the annexation had been valid and the taxing ordinance valid " Charles Town would have received WII,I,IAM (I'ETE) HESS, l'rop, of FAIRWAY aditional revenue from the twb tracks alone in the amount of a- (LEANER , 208 North George Street, has par- bout $50,000 per year. The committee heading the chased a GROUP INSURANCE PLAN for his new Charles Town boundary ex- tensions move includes: Howard employees through the PRUDENTIAL Insurance Sechrist, chairman; T. A. WAit- acre, George Mullen, Howard Co. This NEW (;ROUP INSURANCE is now Whitmore and Joseph A. Warren- feltz. available for small business with 3 io 2J em- ployees for a very smaU cost. Jefferson" "c0unry ( See C. W. HUFF, Agent be ready to handle any and all i,n 205 Union Avenue Martinsburg, W, Va. dustrial prospects when they are available. He said we must have Nov. 19-1t.-pd. the facts available and we must make a good impression upon the prospects. He also urged that the .... Jefferson Development Corporat- : _ lion now in operation in the coun (" ~e~alty, 'became a part of the C. of C. r~ ~ L'llUIq~ jindustrial efforts. # I I Mr. and Mrs. E~wood Heironi- Notice is hereby given that the following described tracts or lotsImus and Mrs. Elizabeth Wiley of land or undivided interests therein in the County of JeffersonIspent Sunday in Silver S rin ..... p g, which are delinquent for the non-payment of taxes for the yearlMd, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rob- (or years) 1958 will be offered for sale by the undersigned Sheriff (or 7err Creamer and family. collector) at public auction at the front door of the court house ofI the County between the hours of ten in the morning and four in l ~ V~|[ ~V H|~ ~|h~O the afternoon on the I $'LIIL I~U IJI IIIJ JIVL; I 14th DAY OF "-"'~"'""~'l)ECt~lVltit~l~, 1959. ,' Are you by the side of your .F_,ach unredeemed tract or lot, or each unredeemed part thereof Ihusband, son, brother or faLher m the great work of The Amez~can Or undivided interest therein, or so much thereof as may be neces- " ' aary, will be sold for the amount due thereon, as set forth in the Leglol!? If not, why not? following table: ~ M,mbership in the Auxiliary is limited to women who have di- Name of Person Quantity Total Amount rect personal connection with the Charged with tax. of land of Taxes World Wars or Korean conflict Interest and service through a member of _ Charges to their family who served with Lhe .. Date of Sale armed forces during either of Description. CHARLES TOWIN DISTRICT 3~oras, Ann R. 70 3/5 A. Wiley $ 7.96 ~yline Spring Corporation 64 4/10 A. McLaughlin 11.82 Turner, Oscar H. and ,Wife 1/6 A. Ventosa-Turner 8.63 CttARLF_~ TOWN CORPORATION ~lley, Davis R. Pt. lot No. 3 S. George St.$ 5.10 ~, Nathan Est. 1 lot Harewood Avenue 5.10 IMn~dsay, Delia 'Foundry 10.44 ~homas, James W. 2 lots West Street 15.88 ~F~t~nwright, Sizzie Hrs. 1 lot Tolg~te House 11.24 RANSON. CORPORATION ~, Jack L. & Ollie 2 lots No. 17, 18, B. 152 $11.24 r, William L. No. 1, 2, B. 157 15.12 No. 4, B. 76 5.10 No. 31, B. 88 8.12 No. I0, B. 112-- R~yman St.-Redman 8.57 No. 43, 44, B. 100 454 DISTRICT !Sec. i No. 19 Blue Ridge Acres $ 6.14 ~d Frances L. 2 lots ~an, Max 1 lot ~an, Max 1 lot ~sell, I. H. F~st. 1 lot ~lt&ms, David 2 lot~ H.AI:~P F_J~ FER~Y Andrew, Alfred H., Jr. 1 lot Engle, Rodney and Mary 1% 3!'.~ A. Fisher Grommet, W. T. and Gladys 47 A. Kidwller, Isaac 1'/4 A. Labelle, Helen L. ~2 A. Rodgers, Frances M.E. !~ A. Tobolski, Adam E. 1 lot Mr. Hardy Bakerton Dillow -Longerbeam Mt. EverRt No. 502 Sec. 5 thorpe wars, or through their own service with the armed forces. Three classes of women are eli- gible, they are: (1) Mothers, wives, daughters and sister3 of members of The American Legion. This includes stepmothers, step- daughters, adopted dau~h.tcrs, stepsisters, and half sisters. (2) Mothers, ,wives, daughters and sis- %el's of all men .and women who were in the armed forces of tim United States during either of the World Wars or Korean :hostilities and died in line o~ duty or after honorable discharge, i3) Women who of their own righ,t are eligible to members,hip in The American Legion. Those eligible women who are reading this and are not member~ of the Auxiliary are cordially in- vited to join. We would be very happy to have you. RUTII SHAFFER, Chrmn. Phone 228-J. "IT',5 . WH ITE'S OR DS .ALWAYS" Always of FREE Your Groceries are md Plenty of Your Car FREE of PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET Nov. 19 - lt. IIIII .851 4. 21 6.14t "PRICES SLASHED" ,P I L L S B U R Y (8-1 PIE CRUST MIX--(Reg. Price) 1 Can No. 303 LIBBY CHARLES TOWN, W. 2 pkgs. 39c PUMPKIN for lc All For 40c A L S O MAXWELL HOUSE Several Demonstraters -- ---- -- INSTANT COFFEE Big 6 z. jar 98c Get Our A-1 Deal" BLACK PEPPER - ib, 49c CNICS b ,,,o,c., ,,c "TH FAVORITE CORNED EE 1,,,.can 4'C FOE JEFFERSON COUNTY CliO. __ J,,, LIBBYS tUN E N EAT- 12-oz. can 39e C R IS C 0 1 lb. can 30c--3-1b. can 76c F L U F F 0 - l-lb. can 27c--3-1b. can 71c ' MORTON'S SALT . . . 2 round boxes 23C '" One 10c Pkg. fiND Pop CornFREE LIBBYS CATSUP - - 5 14-oz. boftles$1.o0 LIBBYS And Enioy a I PORK & BEANS - - 4 Irg. No. 2Vz cans $1.00 |I F lEE I LIBBYS GARDEN PEAS - -7 17-oz. cans $1.00 III HONEYMOON IN [ MIAMI BEACH! I LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE- 5 46-oz. cans $1.00 II[--~ 7 days and 6 nights at theI |~r~' luxurious "Carousel" ocean-| LIBBYS FRUIT COCKTAIL -,4 No. 303 cans $1.00 tl~'YA fro.t motel in Miami Beocb| I~/.i---free odmlsslon to the/ ~.~. Aquafair, Orchid Jungle,] I:~I[~ Coral Castle, Spanish Mort- [ ~. ostery, Rare Bird Farm and| SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES - -. 4 pkg. $1.00 , YELLOW. ONIONS " " " 3"lb. bag 19c I yours when you choose a $300| , ~psoke or Star're Diamond Ri.g. / OLD VIRGINIA Iti I JUICY FLORIDA ORANGES - - 4 doz. $1.00 PURE PRESERVES - - 5 12-oz. jars $1.00 SOUTHERN FREESTONE PEACH5 .... 4 Ige. No. 21/, Cans $1.00 BILL T. FEAGANS RUBY RED WATCH REPAIR AND SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT .... 5 for 29c JEWELRY. HARPERS co i o k i0N Kellan, Laura V. 3 lots No. 5, 6, 7 $ 9.94 BOLIVAI% CORPOR~ATION C~oper, Dennis Lee and Mary L. 1 lot Plat No. 1 Wilt $ 6.74 C~ens, Lawso~ 8. et ux. 3 lo~s No, 12, 13, Stephenson St. 11.52 Napper, C.T. 2 lots P~oot Street 6.74 KABLETOWN DISTRICT " ~/o A Berry, Robert F~st .... Mt. Pleas~ant ' $ 5.92 Jones, Samuel Est. 1~1 Franklint wn 7.12 Poles, Anthony B. ,2 Twyman 4.07 Taylor, C. Ircing ~/2 A. Murray-Rippon 12.04 ' MIDDLEWAY DIS~.~ICT Carter, Harry 1 A. Hartstown $ 9.62 Dawson, Inez H. ~/2 A. Kearneysville 9.62 Dunlap, Austin C. 3 lots No. 8, 9, I0 5.92 l~rye, J. Wesley Hrs. 3/4 A. ,Linwood Schoolhouse4.72 ~ns, Thelma 1 lot Middleway-Ring 5.92 King, Vernie and Irene McDowell 1 lot No. 3, Carter 4.72 McDowell, William 3/4 A. .Keaz~neysville 9.62 Puffinberger, Paul W. and Ella ~ A. ~Kearneysville-Trump 5.92 Robinson, Douglas 3 A. Jamestown-Williams 897 ~ubbs, Andy & Belle ~.~ A. V.G. Moore 8.46 White, Thomas F. I lot Upper Middleway 4.72 ~HEI~TOVkrN DISTRICT ~Fown, John E. pt. lot No. 205 $ 7.76 ~wn, Joseph 1 A. Ray's Add. 656 C~mpbell, Harriett ~ A. Shepherdstown 6.56 Hovermale, W.J. 4z/4 A. River Dam Weller 9.58 ~hell William ! A. Shepherdstown 10.76 Walde'ck, Bernice 4 lots . No. 5, 6, 15, 16, E. Blk. Staley 13.24 SHEPHE~I~TOWN CORPORATION Devonshire, Thomas 1 lot~ No. 140 German St. $ 7.96 FAohel:berger, Harvey L. and Anna R. pt. lot No. 117 New Street 15.42 Miller, R. O. Est. 3 lots No. 188, 189, 190, King St.-Va. House 33.30 Any of the aforesaid :tracts or tots, ,or ,part t'hereof or an undivided~ interest therein, may be redeemed by the payment to the under- signed Sheriff ~or collector) before sale, of the total amount of taxes, interest and charges due thereon up to the date of redemption. Given under my hand this 10th day of November, 1959. C. A. HEHLE, Sheriff of Jefferson County, W. Va. ...... AT ...... November 19 - 4t. I Charles Town, W. Va. East Washington Street FANCY OYSTER PLANT - - ,large bunch 19c Charles Town, W. Va. LIBBYS .POTTED MEATS - 8 3-oz. cans $1.00