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SPIRIT OF JETFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE l~ THURSI)AY, NOVEMBER 30, 1978 g: Brick Rancher with 3 bedrooms, It2 , formal dining room. finished family room. Wall-to- this home is surrounded by I ac. $49,500. Frame Rancher. featuring 3 bedrooms, fire- living room. Hardwood floors and built-in ap- home has a l-yr. warranty. $37,500. no more. We have just listed the home for full basement, lots of fruit trees and $37.300. m Property - With optional income: leaving area. house and blacksmith shop included with more details. 114 EAST WASHINGTON ST. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE: 725-6541 COLLINS $76.6514 VAN MATER 725-6541 PADDOCK 876-2763 PEKAR 725-4165 WHITTLNGTON 725-546-~ RAMSEY 725-4167 H. D. VAN MATER Wedtdra l.s i~I (! NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE By virtue of the authority vested in me by a Deed of Trust bearing the 22nd day of December, 1975, executed by Eston L. Lantz and Blanche E. Lantz, to the undersigned Kenneth W. Metz, Trustee, to secure the payment of that certain promissory note therein described, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia in Deed Book 400, page 243; the said note now being payable, and default having been made in the payment thereof, the un- dersigned, having been required to do so by the holder of said note, will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the Court House in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, on the 29th day of December, 1978, at I0:00 o'clocR A.M.E.S.T the following described property: All that certain parcel of land situated within the Kabletown District of Jefferson County, West Virginia, and fronting an entrance onto the north side of West Virginia Secondary Route degrees 58' 24" W. 67.50 feet to an old wooden fence post found at corner 19, a point in the aforesaid State easement limit; thence S. 03 degrees 17' 47" E. 15.00 feet to the point of begin- ning, containing 525,545 square feet or 12.065 acres, computed horizontal measure. TERMS OF SALE One-third {I-3) on day of sale, balance to be paid in two (2) equal installments, evidenced by the notes of the purchaser or purchasers, bearing even date with the day of sale, payable on or before one (1) and two (2), years after date, respectively, hearing interest from date at the rate of nine percentum (9 per cent) per annum, payable semi- annually, secured by a deed of trust upon the property sold, and assignment of fire insurance in reasonable amounts upon the building thereon, if any, with the privilege to the purchaser or purchasers of paying all cash on the day of sale or increasing the cash payments as he may desire. Kenneth W. Metz Trustee Nov. 30-4t LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia request bids on: File 22, Req. No. 914247: Spending Unit, WVU; Com- modity, Contract !o furnish Janitorial Service for WVU Experimental Farm, Kear- neysville, WV; Bid Opening Date 340-1, said parcel being heretofore the western~ and northern portion of that tract from the Franklin Estate which was conveyed on 28 March 1975 from Edgar M. Whiting and Doris R. Whiting to James A. Jenkins, Sr. and Ethel M.] & Time, 12-7-78, 3:00 Jenkins, said certain parcelI File 41, Req. No 906837; being more particularly bounded in accordance with the 26 Nov. 1975 "Redivision Plat of the Franklin Estate at Franklintown" prepared under the direction of John Stroud Kusner and Edward M. J. Harris, West Virginia Registered Land Surveyors Nos. 328 and 547, respectively, said plat made a part of the deed from James A. Jenkins, et ux, to Eston L. Lantz, et ux and recorded in the aforesaid Clerk's Office in Plat Book 3, page,the bearings therefrom referring to the meridian of the 04 March 1961 "Plat of Franklin Estate" by Stephen Wiswell of record in the aforesaid Clerk's Office in Deed Book 245, page 546, the boundary of this conveyance, and more particularly bounded and described by metes and bounds, as follows, to-wit: BEGINNING at corner 1, an unmarked point in the West Virginia Secondary Route 340 1 centerline; thence with the same S. 86 degrees 42' 13" W. 14.90 feet to corner 2, another unmarked point; thence N. 03 degrees 17' 47" W. 15.00 feet to iron channel fence post found at corner 3 in State easement N. limit, thence 2 courses with Jones, Charles and Daca V. (Deed Book 279, page 450) Tract: N. 06 degrees 28' 24" E. 252.25 feet to % inch capped rehar set at corner 4 and by fence N. 89 degrees 20' 09" W. 169.16 feet to iron channel fence post found at corner 5 in the Singhas, Stanley Smith and Dorothy S. (D.B. 257, page 94) Tract E. limit; thence by fence with the same N. 06 degrees 00' 00" E. 1095.53 feet to an old wooden post occupying the fence corner 6; thence by fence with Ompman, Paul D. and Ethel H. (D.B. 243, Page 378) Tract S. limit N. 89 degrees 11' 55" E 745.80, computed course maintaining Wiswell distance to corner 7, a fence junction of computed location, thence by fence with Payton, Thurman and Martha A. D.B. 251, page 240~ Tract W. limit, be:a. ring com- puted S. 00 degrees 00' 21'1 E. 396.56 feet to a 5/8 inct I capped rehar set at corner B in said fence; thence 3 courses on new division now made with the residue reserved by the Grantors; S. 67 degrees 16' 37" W. 664.37 feet to a 2.0 foot DBH (diameter, breast height) now made corner 81, S. 06 degrees 56' 17" W. 434.03 feet to a % inch capped rebar set at corner 82, and S. 09 degrees 56' 01" W. 112.55 feet to a % inch capped rebar set at corner 17; thence 3 courses with Jones, Joan E. and George F. ID.B. 287, page 127) tract W. limit S. D0 regarded by Norsemen as the luckiest day of degrees 43' 18" W. 70.02 feet to corner 18, unmarked, S. 05 Spending Unit, WVU; Com- modity, 1 Under Tree Mower: Bid Opening Date & Time, 12-7- 78, 11:00; File 41, Req. NO. 903157; Spending Unit, WVU; Commodity, 1 Wind Machine SSP Model GP-391 or equal; Bid Opening Date & Time, 12-7-78, 11:00; File 41, Req. NO. 909497 Spending Unit, WVU; Com- modity, 1 ServEs Model No. 1008 Rotary Cutter and 1 ServEs Model NO. 84 Gyro Rotary Cutter or equal: Bid Opening Date & Time, 12-7-78, 11:00. File 42, Req. No. 909467 Spending Unit, WVU; Com- modity, To furnish all labor, material and equip, to erect three each triangular towers Bid Opening Date & Time, 12-7- 78, 2:00. NO bids will be considered unless submitted on forms prescribed by the Purchasing Division. Specifications available upon application. GLENN R. CUMMINGS, Director Nov. 23-2t NOTICE OF FILING OF ESTATE ACCOUNTS I have before me the accounts of the Estates of the following deceased person: Estate of Warren B. Mills. Estate of Jay McFarlane. Estate of Robert B. Ballanger. Estate of Mary R. Ballanger. Estate of Kenneth Post Osbourn. Any person having a claim against the estate of said deceased persons, or who has any beneficial interest therein may appear before me or the County Commission at any time within thirty days after first publication of this notice, and request reference of said estate to a Commissioner of Accounts or object to confirmation of said Y TOO LAR6E OR TOO SMALL. 6 PM 725 - 8177 The big item at North Jef- ferson Elementary School is the Christmas Bazaar this Saturday, December 2, from I0 till 5 p.m. Many handcrafted items will be offered for sale, as well as live plants and freshly baked goods. The Jefferson High Pop Singers will perform at 3:00 p.m followed by donation drawings for a bike, country ham, and hand crocheted afghan at 4:00 ).171. About 80 interested parents, teachers, and friends, shared an enjoyable evening last week at the regular PTA meeting. After a very brief business meeting, a talent show was given by the students of the school. A preliminary "audition" was held on November 2, at the school, when the two best talents were chosen from each of three age groups. Each first place winner received a check for $5.00 and the 2nd place winners received $2.50. The finalists were: Grades l& 2 1st place, Patricia Wines, baton twirling; 2nd place Ben Keller, pantomime boxing. Grades 3 & 4 1st place Ann Magaha, acrobatics, 2nd place Angela I)eHaven, tap dancing and song. Grades 5 & 6 Charlene Frye and Vanessa Vassar, piano duet, Terry Fields Acrobatics. Following these individual acts, a fine example of the recent after-school activities was displayed. First, Mrs. Sallie Brown led her sign language class in "Silent Night" sign singing accompanied by a record, after they had each spelled their names in sign languages. Next, Larry Messner led his after-school gymnastics class in an exciting display of their tumbling and acrobatic[ knowledge. I The next meeting will be the annual musical program given by the music teacher, Mrs. Janet Stephens and children in 3 grades, second; fifth and sixth. Scdi0sis Screening Will Be 7th, 8th Graders Dec. 11 Scoliesis Screening for Cur- vature of the spine will be conducted on Seventh and eighth grade students beginning Monday, December 11, it was announced this week by Dr. Earl Allara, Physician Director, County Health Department. The screening will be per- formed by the School Nurses and the Nurse with Crippled Children's Program of WNa. Questions regarding this program may be referred to the Jefferson County Board of Education or the Jefferson County Health Department. NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the order of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, the following described tract or lot of land, or undivided interest therein, will unless sooner redeemed, be sold for "Forgive others often, but yourself never." Latin Proverb ,INC. DAYTIME AUCTION - ! 2:00 NOON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1978 FREE LUNCit AT It :00 A. M. AT TilE FARM FORMERLY KNOWN AS BLACK & WHITE FARM LANCASTER, PA. LOCATION: At the former Black & White Farm west of Lancaster on Dairy Lane. Take Rt. 283 west of Lancaster, exit just beyond ABC Stud Barns at Florys Mill Rd turn left after exiting, go to mill, then sharp right under railroad bridge. Barn within sight of Rt. 283. 135 - HEAD -- 135 Of Top Grade & Registered tiolsteins We have driven many miles to put this group of cattle together for our customers at our first Sale at Lancaster. We have been fortunate and had rare opportunity to select from many top herds, many are fresh milking up to 100 Ibs. per day and lots capable of milking that much. Come and see for yourself. SPECIAL MENTION: The complete Herd of 48 head (~e Purebreds and ~ GradesJof Craig Gammon, Canton, Maine. The DHI herd average is 18,571m, 658f. This is really a top herd of cows mostly all young with good udders. Several just fresh and some close springers and some coming fresh cash to the highest bidder. Such throughout the year. Here is a sample of their individual sale will be held in front of the records in this fine herd: . County Courthouse of Jefferson BLACKY a grade 319d 20,835m 717f: ELLA, a grade. 37,6d County, at Charles Town, West Virginia, beginning .at 10:00 o'clock a.m on the morning of Monday, the 18th day of December, 1978. Said tract of land contains approximately 3,750 square feet and is known as Lot No. 37, in Block 160 of Ranson Corporation. The former owner of said lot was Robert T. Moore. W.H.S. White, Jr Deputy Commissioner of Forfeited and Delinquent Lands of Jefferson County, West Virginia Nov. 30-3t 17,061m 049t"; GEORGA Purebred 288d 18,995m 629f; MARIE Purebred 358d 20,416m 683f; JINGLE 334d 18,7~m 672L KENT a grade 306d 20,708m 790f. This herd last year had profit after feed cost of $1274.00 pet" cow. This herd is all sired and bred back to Eastern A.I. Cooperative, Inc. bulls, CSS approved, they were never fed strong and were 2nd last year in Oxford Co Maine DH.I. Also the following from some top herds. A Excellent COCHRAN IVANHOE FURY daughter born 7-6- 71 (Ex Mammary) bred 3-14-78 to LAWCREST MARVEX +1217 as a 6 yr. old 365d 16,473 4.7 770f, Dam VG as a 2 yr. next Dam GP-83 with 17,270.560f. A five yr. old HILLTOP APOUA) IVANHOE daughter GP-82, Bred 2-14-78 to VINCENT-VIEW NOLLY CHIEF as 4.6 mos. 321d 19.030m 3.9 741t. A 3 yr. old COTTERDALE ASTRONAUT KING dtr. GP-82 as a 2 yr. old fresh 11-17-78 as a 2 yr, old 359d 17,561 577f, from IDEAL =~xxxxx=~=~xx~.~=xxxx ~ ~ [ [ r uttytt~pL~.;llt)l'~oaugflter~Jr'-azas6.~mo. 6zau m,~trom II~PII PiL~"ll'il~'l"Pff'~h #ll P I [ 5g0f, next dam IRVINGTON PRIDE ADMIRAL daughter GP- Kr/tL r l/ll ,ruK r II 84 as a 5.7 mo. 209d20,5403.8782f. A fancy ROUND OAK RAG [ [ APPLE ELEVATION born 6-9-76 just fresh from a very good 212 "'" 3rd - "n n [ [ KINGPIN dam with 396d 25 538m 882f' A ROUND OAK RAG w. ave na so ' " ' ' N Older frame house lot 36 x 125, hot water heat, stove, I [ APPLE ELEVATION born 5-28-76 just tresh [rom a TRA!- " w ' SMITrER dam that had 22,791m 1004f' A race vxt~ regrlgerator, asher-dryer, presently dwlded into 2 ] / ' apartments. May be conv'erted to a 5 bedroom house ] Ut-tAtO~UtO3:x~ ~orn b-~7~ .lust xresn irom a I~iX/~,N[| |-IN~ r~r~ $36 000 00 ] dam with 18,877m 590f; A fancy F-G-P ELEVATE IVA~ AL Lot 56 &'57 Sac D Fox Glen [ ][ daughter from a CITATION "dam with 23,394m 872f: A ') hadrc~a~ mt)hil~ hnma fonead |nl ~ carnart larop narch ! [[ PACLAMAR ASTRONAUT daughter VG, bred to WILI~)W sk-irt""-:-~""c'e'nt"-'ai'a-"" ~"B"~(::V"~'-nit-']'- t-'":l'-" &'b' qet; i II FARM ROCKMAN IVAN'HOE Also many good Purebreds not . eu, r -c,a- -~p)t,mt u,e.~o~, ~ [ ] [ listed A trailer load of fancy Wisconsin cows a load of New attachments, must see to neneve $TJ~,offoA~o [ " . - ' . ! II York State cows, a maaot r~ormern rennsytvanta cows. ~ n m = I[ Farmers if you need Some top cows come early (at 11:0(D aralnal K nltV j get free lunch, all you can eat and buy some good cows. "-- "-- "- "=" "=-- -- III Terms" Cash on day of Sale. Not Reponsihle for accidents. ! / " MELVINKOLB, INC. Office 876 - 6637 Ir Dennis Kolb, Sales Manager IIi Farm Address : Denver ltipp & Pat Hipp--a76.t~tS0i/[ 2220 Dairy Road, Lancaster, Pa. 17601 George Frame--876-6564 /[ Phone: 569-6800 or 569-2106 " Frank Dequila--7254677 ! ] Robert Mullendore--Auctioneer Rose Marie Coy---876.6262 i I[ Paul Snyder--Auctioneer ] Marvin A Eshleman--Pedigrees Larr Messner-263-8211, Elle:Yo'Haver--725.2167 i ! i PRIVATE SALES AT Tiffs LOCATION DAILY v Nov 3(I It Da id Smith--2634130 NOv. 30-1t L'ST OF8 fo rn on !e t 2Tfo rtTE Sold in the County of Jefferson in the month of November 197, pay n year 1977 and purchased by individual or by the State of West Virginia. Names of Person charged Local Description .with Taxes of Land Ciark, William Kackley, Roynal & Margaret Bailey, Robert Charles Town Dist. Charles Town Dist. Charles Town Corp. accounting. In the absence of Smith, HenD' such request or objection, the accounting may be approved by Taylor, Alene E. the County Commission. iCurry, Chester L.&Mabel L. Given under my hand this 24th day of November, 1978. McKee, Harold& Ann John E. Ott iNewman, Max Clerk of the 'Taylor, Julian P. Hrs. County Commission of 96 Julia Taylor Jefferson County, W Va. !Weller, Virginia Wall Hrs. ~v. 30-2t Weller, Virginia Wall Hrs. Homsher, Dan COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE I certify that I have before me for settlement the accounts of the following fiduciaries: Bank of Charles Town, Executor of Cecil M. Link, deceased. Margaret E.T. Byrer, Executrix of Frederick O. Byrer, deceased, Committee of Charles Town Corp. Charles Town Corp. Ranson Corp. Ranson Corp. Ranson Corp. Ranson CORP. Earl M. Ward. Bank of Charles Town, Committee of Charles E. Hardy. Bank of Charles Town, Executor.of James W. Stalnaker, deceased. Madelyn M. Hamrick, Ad- ministratrix of Minnie B. Morriss, deceased. Anna L. Harman, Ad- ministratrix of John C. Harman, deceased. Robert A. Evans, Executor of Dorothy Mary Evans, deceased. Given under my hand this 17th day of November, 1978. P.T. PORTERFIELD, JR. Commissioner of Accounts Nov. 23-2t Jefferson County Ranson Corp. Ranson Corp. Harpers Ferry Dist. Some say it's good luck for a firefly to fly into Lhe house. | Kidwell, Ralph J Jr. Harpers Ferry Dist. Nodzak, John J. & Laura E. Harpers Ferry Dist. Quigley, Martin J. & Eliz. H. Spriggs, Earl Trout, Evyonne E. % Mrs. Carl Carter Wick, Thomas E. et al Harpers Ferry Dist Harpers Ferry Dist. Harpers Ferry Dist. Quantity of Land Quantity of Charged Land Sold pt. It No. 7 WalnutGrqve All 1 It. Mr. Savage All pt. It. Stanton All pt. No. 1, 2 Eagle Ave. & Harewood, Blk. 64 All 1 it. S. West St All 2 Its. Blk. 107A, .i No. 17, 18Curry '~ All pt. Its. Bik. 93, No. 1,2,3, All 1 it. Bik. 88, No. 31 All t IL blk. 90, No. 30 All 1 It. Blk. 89, No. 8 All 2 Its. BIk. 105, No. 14,17 All lit. Sec. F, No. 19 Westridge Hills All 2 Its. Sac. P, No. 7132 SCJ All 1 It.Sac. 7, No. 17 Keys Ferry Acres All I It. Sac. I, Waterfront I & IA, Sac. 1 All IA Halltown, Harris All 8 Its. Sac. E No. 88 thru 95 SCA All % M. W. Giorgio Harpers Fer~ Dist. 2 Its. No. 3, 3A Wide River Farm Longerheam, Edward F. Bolivar Corp. I It: Day St. Berry, Robert Est. Kabletown Dist. % A. Mt. Pleasant Name of Whole Amount Purchaser Paid by Purchaser Charles O'Bold 46.00 Dastar Limited, Inc. 16 50 F. Dale Duncan 74.00 George L, Harris 200.00 State of West Virginia 95.97 George L. Harris 1,400.00 State of West Virginia 124.44 Dastar Limited, Inc. 70.00 Mary Saye 65100 State of West Virginia 14,64 State of West Virginia 9.45 Dastar Limited, Inc. It0.00 Bert & Edith Limpscomb 350.00 C. J. Weiner 225.00 Mary Saye 670.00 Elmer Ott 1,150.00 F. Dale Duncan 400.00 All F. Dale Duncan All F. Dale Duncan All Dastar Limited, InC. All State of West Virginia ,475.00 300.00 80.00 604.34 Coastland Corporation Kabletown Corp. 147 26/100 A, Rock Ferry, Hoover Armel, John C. & Elizabeth A. % Elizabeth A. Armel Midd~eway Dist. [ 1 It. Sac. E No. 24 Fox Glen All F. Dale Duncan 275.00 Dean, William E. Mid :~eway Dist. I It. Sec. E,No. 19 Fox GlenAll F. Dale Duncan 400.00 Hammen, Eleanor L. Mio i,~ay Dist. 1 it. Sec. A, No. 36 Fox Glen All F. Dale Duncan 330.00 Newland, Eleanor % Mark Newland ME, ev,ay Dist. 1 It. Sec. 2, NO. 44 Hidden River All C.J. Weiner 260.00 Tuller, P,J. & Jody L. Midt'.~way Dist. I It. Sac. F, No. 35 Fox Glen All Stafford Koonce 400.00 Beltzhoover; George M. Et a l , % Rudolph Green Shephe~: "town Dist. t It. Rays Addition AllDastar Limited, Inc. 155.00 Burrell, Paul D. Shepher ,town Dist. % A. Duffielda AllJames Hunter 325.00 Devonshire, Reynolds % Thomas Branson Shepher,istown Dist. 1 It. CollegeSt. AllDorothy Stevenson 550.00 LaRue, Ward L. & Mary E. Shepherdstown Dist. [ 52 48/100 A. Link, Fuss All F. Dale Duncan 2,000.00 Spriggs, Bessie Shepherdstown Corp. ~ pt. It. No. 141 German St. All Stafford Koonee : 1,250.00 The owner for any real estate li,ted- above, or any other person entitled to pay the taxes thereon, may however, redeem ~uch real estate as l)rovided by law. Given under my hand this 20th 4: . ~mber 1978. Howard W. Wilt Nov. 23- 2T Sheriff of Jefferson County I I . ?~ I I