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January 12, 1978

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4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1978 SEVEN JEFFERSON COUNTY GIRLS INCLUDED IN JAMES RUMSEY CLASS L. P. N'S Seven Jefferson County girls were included in the James Rumsey Class of 33 Licensed Practical Nursing students who were graduated December 11, in capping ceremonies held at the James Rumsey Vocational Technical Center near Mar- tinsburg. The graduates, as shown above are, seated from left to right -- Kelly Tharpe, Susan Wilson, Nancy Smeltzer, Lucretia Kidwell, Rebecca Early, Paula Graham, Sherry McCoy, Joanne Martin, Micheline Wramitz, Eunice Smith. Second row, left to right -- Kathleen Guynn, Debbie Hamilton, Earlene Harp, Jefferson County;Janice Lipscomb, Melony Davis, Pare Orndorff, Bev Gray, Belinda Mullen, Merry Miller, Dale Wenner, Jefferson County. Third row, left to right -- Rose Mary Ahalt, Jefferson County; Paul Allen, Denise Black, Marcy Cowerd, Florence Holler, Jefferson County; Peggy Dinges, Jefferson County; Valerie Rapsher, Frances Owens, Jefferson County; Marion Smith, Pat Michaels, Iris Megargee, Jefferson County; Debbie McGlynn and Barbara Talley. BLUE RIDGE ACRES L[bby Cooper LA .... AAAAAAAA Sunday morning a serious one car accident occurred on Chestnut Hill Road, right behind my home when a young lady literally wrapped her car around a tree. Our own Blue Ridge Fire Unit responded with a Pumper and Rescue Squad, Harpers Ferry sent a Pumper, and the II I ESTATE SALE To settle the estate of M. R. Potter, I will sell the following located 3 mi. South of Martinsburg, W. Va., along U.S. Rt. 11 on the Lloyd Farm. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1978 SALE BEGINS AT 10:30 A. Me Oak Hall Rack, Oak Ext. table, Oak wash stand, R.C.A. color T.V.; Story and Clark piano, piano stool, Oak rockers, Oak straight chairs, sewing cabinet, wicker chair, wicker planter, pie safe, corner cupboard, maple chair, library table, leather recliner, D. R. suite, sofa, sofa bed, 2-3 pc. B. R. suites; oak dresser, oak chest of drawers, metal beds, Kalamazoo cook stove, Kalamazoo heating stove, Siegler oil stove, wood heater, 275 gal. oil tank, Frigidaire deep freeze, Whirlpool deep freeze, G. E. refrigerator, Frigidaire Elec. stove, kitchen cabinets, base cabinet, G. E. dryer, Maytag wringer washer, trunks, dishes, set stainless steel silver- ware, set Corning Ware, floor lamps, old pictures and frames, table lamps, bed linens, quilting pcs. sewing material, wash bowl and pitcher, lot old books, 2 butter churns, 20 gal. stone jar, 5 gal. stone jar, apple peeler, kraut cutters, pitcher pump, Alladin hanging lamp, 3 wash boilers, 9x12 braided rug, vise, laying off plow, corn sheller, corn cutting box, corn replant, r, alum. ext. ladder, porch glider, porch swing, grind stone, Sears 4 H.P. roto tiller, wheelbarrow, garden sprayers, step ladder, shoe lasts, Adz; shovels, forks, lot hand tools, many items not listed. 1969 Dodge Polara Auto. Terms of Sale: Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Lunch Rights Reserved Not Responsible for any accidents on property. Edward L. Chrisman-Administrator of the M. R Potter Estate Auctioneer-Edward Ned Morrow Clerks-N. Clark Furr - Charles E. Ware Jan. 12-1t DAIRY CATTLE AUCTION On the James G. Trout farm, 10104 Dublin Road, Walkersville, Md. Directions: From Frederick, go north on U.S. 15 about 5 mi., turn right on Biggs Ford Road, 'Rhodside Dairy Bar at intersect.' go about 11/2 mi., turn left on Dublin Road. From Walkersville, west on Biggs Ford Road, 1 mi., and right on Dublin Road. Look for orange and black "Sale" signs. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1978 AT 11:30 A. M. TO BE HELD IN HEATED SALE BARN 55 QUALITY HOLSTEIN PUREBRED & GRADE COWS 55 45 FRES H -- 10 CLOSE SPRINGERS Over half are Penna., N. Y. and Wisconsin hand-picked cattle; the balance are some of the best local cattle available. One will find 20 fresh first calf heifers -- many milking up to 65 lbs. daily. 25 head of 2nd and 3rd calf cows recently fresh and just starting their lactations. 10 head of very close springers due any day. Big granddaughter of BOOTMAKER with 16,000 lbs. milk, just fresh, milking 75 lbs. She has a pedigree of 6 generations of over 4 percent Fat. Also, more top quality, well-bred Registered Holsteins with information to be supplied sale day. There will be 8 exceptionally large black cows just fresh and several spotted cows, all producing in the high 80's. All cattle are double-inneculated and tested for T.B. and Bangs for interstate shipment, Full information on all cattle announced at ringside. Loading chute available. SPECIAL NOTE: TOM KOL R has always made a great effort to select GOOD, SOUND COWS for his auction, and the cattle in this sale are especially good and must be seen to be appreciated by dairymen wanting or needing high.producing cowS. TROUT AUCTIONEERS, INC., Sale Mgrs. Office 301-653-1555-Home 301-898-9291 LEASE & WACHTER, Clerks Lunch by Glade Valley Grange Jan. 12-1t Independent Fire Company supplied a Pumper, Rescue Squad and Ambulance. The noise of impact, the sight of the : accident and the obvious plight of the driver were all very up- setting but I only have praise for the men who responded. With quiet expediency they proceeded with competence, confidence and obvious capability to assess the situation at a glance and each man proceeded on his own to perform some important function -- disconnecting things so there would be no fire, pulling glass and other material away from the car so it would not fall in on the victim, determining as best they could the victim's condition and trying to keep her still, calm and warm. Some directed traffic while keeping a lane open for other emergency vehicles and others went about removing parts of the car so that the driver could be taken out easily and gently. Yes, I know this must always be done but what impressed me was that it was done with very little con- versation and seemingly no unnecessary running about. I understand that the Blue ridge Fire Unit has only recently completed training in life saving techniques but they were beautiful. The entire group of men from all units worked as a team so very efficiently. What I saw increased my pride in my community and also makes me feel much more secure. All of the responding men deserve the "Tip of the Hat Award". Pauline Vale has returned from her Christmas vacation in Florida and has settled down -- on the morning of the day she left here she slid on the ice in a ditch -- had a very busy time in Florida and coming home she missed her plane by about three minutes. At that season of the year she was lucky to get another one on the same day, but she did and Susie was waiting patiently at home, thanks o Bertha. Bette Gault has just returned from five days in New York. She ROAST PlI00 ON CHAMPAON! KRAIIT BROOK TROUT AND OUR REGULAR LARGE MENU INCLUDING OUR CHEFS PRIDE WIENER SCHNITZEL SAUERBRATEN BROILED LOBSTER TAIL AND MORE.., Serving your favorite beverage Dining Room open Tue thru Fri. 5-10 p.m., Sat. 4-10 pro., Sun. 12 noon-9 pro. Rathskeller Club hours, 6 p.m. Ill midnight Closed Monday For roNrvettone coil 3041111N1113 The InnkeeOers Erwm & Carol Asia from Bavaria. Germany AMERICAN EXPRESS -- CARTE BLANCH BANK AMERICARD, WELCOME has a friend there who owns a Boutique and Bette likes to go up to help when she has sales, but George says he thinks Bette is her best customer. Bette says ain't so; it's really the after-sale party when they celebrate with champagne and all those Greek pastries l See you next week. Mean- while, don't forget to help the birds and little animals. J U L%%%A_%%%%%%%%%=: RANSON Mrs. Floyd Simons This correspondent would like to make a correction from last week. Mrs. Louise Lloyd was a patient in the Washington, D. C. Hospital instead of Mrs. Louise Bentz. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simons and son Robert, were Mrs. Nora Mrs. Pauline Ott, Mrs. Nellie Oden and daughter were Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and family of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott, of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Nellie Oden and son. Mrs. Nellie Oden and Mrs. Pauline Ott were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt at Chestnut Hill. Verna Ott of Stiles Trailer Park, spent the weekend with her father, Mr. Randy Ott and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and daughter. Mrs. Nellie Oden, Mrs. Pauline Oft, Marsha Oden and Mr. Bill Oden were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt of Chestnut Hill were Monday guests of Mr. Quinton Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn and Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben family of Shepherdstown, were Gray, of Williamsport, Md.; Mr. I New Year's day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Avis Grim of Charles and Mrs. Mallard Ott. Town; Mr. and Mrs. Frank  Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott Simons and son Mark of High and daughter, were Saturday Street, on Sunday afternoon. 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Mrs. Mary Raymond of ; Dillow andsonat Walnut Grove. Bakerton, and Mr. Lee Townsley Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow of Orchard Hills,. spent the Christmas holidays in Florida. Rev. and Mrs. Also Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Miller and son Jeff of Bolivar and Mrs. Mary Snyder and Richard Glassford. FIRST BIRTHDAY Sandra Lee Swab celebrated her 1st birthday on Sunday, January 1, at her grandparents home in Ransom Those who attended, given by her mother Shirley, were: Mrs. Brenda Hough and son J.J., Valorie Bush, Tana Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Reed and son Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson, Lanham, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tamker, d' Silver Spring, Md., and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Swab. Cake, ice cream, punch and lollipops were served. Sandra Lee was the first New Year's baby born in Jefferson County for 1977. She was born at Jefferson Memorial Hospital at 6:15 a.m. HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo wvvvvvvvvvvvvvv - The Fairview Lutheran Cemetery Memorial fund received gifts during December from Mrs. William Ram,y, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Webb, Mr. and MrS. Harry Kern, and Mr. J. W. McCormick, in memory of their loved ones. Mr. and Mrs. James Elsea from Bluemont, Va. ; Mrs. Sandy Lance and son from Woodstock Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Spurlock from Leesburg, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eisea last week. We are sorry to hear Mrs. Janet Wilt is a patient in Jef- ferson Memorial Hospital. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crock on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Isherwood and daughter Lynn, and Doug Stroup, from Gerardstown,; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linton from Tuscawilla Hills, and Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and children of Orchard Hills. Miss Mary Pope, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Pope, was home for the Christmas vacation, after completing her first semester of medical school at West Virginia University. MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline OK Deferred From Last Week Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stagner, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tompkins, former Treva Stagner, of Portland, Oregon. The first time the Tompkins had been home for Christmas in 29 years. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Tompkins and baby of North Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bennett and Mrs. Jackie Shelton, of Baltimore, Md.; Mrs'. Ruth Pierce, of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner of Summit Point; Mr. Tony Stagner of Winchester, Va., and Mr. Mike Stagner, of Rippon. WINTER SALE 20% OFF ALL FABRICS NOWthruJANUARY VOGUE PATTERNS PRICE ZIPPERS, NYLON & METAL 10' EA. HOUSE of FABRICS LEETOWN, W.VA. JAN. 5-12 OPEN 10 - 6 MON. - THRU. - SAT. and son were WEdnesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and family of Flowing Spring Road, were Monday guests of Mrs. Nellie Oden and family. Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleway was a Monday guest of his mother, Mrs. Cora Wiley and brother Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands, of Chestnut Hill, were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mallard Ott on New Year's day. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stagner and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tompkins, Mrs. Frances Speck, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Penwell and son, Mr. and Mrs. George Milton and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Painte" of Jefferson Avenue; Mr. Charlie Wilt of Charles Town and Mr. Lester Dillow of Kabletown. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Penwell and son were Mr. and Mrs. George Milton of Jefferson Avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dillow and family of Kabletown. "You can get me that much?" You may be surprised how much we can get for your property. Let Moore Insurance and Realty Company, Washington, Alexander and Cooke appraise it; then list with us. We have i ready buyers for a quick sale. I Moore Insurance and Realty Company Washington, Alexander and Cooke Since I1470 - Charles Town. W. Va. I IO North George St. - 725-5115 State Economic Development Dive Luncheon Jane 25 The Economic Development Division of the Governor's office will be holding a series of l meetings around the state in the near future in an effort to communicate with every leader in the development area and one such meeting will be held in Martinsburg, Wednesday, January 25. The meeting will be preceded  by a Dutch treat luncheon beginning at 11:45 a.m at the Holiday Inn just west of Mar- tinsburg. And the price for the luncheon will be $3.50. All members of the Jefferson County Chamber of ommerce are being urged to demonstrate their willingness to help in the 'new economic development efforts being put forth in the state by attending this meeting I with State leaders Lon Hardin, chief of the Economic Development and financial consultant, development FRANCE PARIS -- 'rate for the first 1977 registered a increase over the of 1976. This ber of divorces to! cording to by the Justice FDA guideli product warning WALLS Yourpainted wells end ceilings will look like new after cleaning with newly invented scientific machine. Reasonable. All workguerenteed Free, EMim|tl sovincj,.q6"gos Gives you... * EX1TQ spoce AIIm I ========---== m Model 426W-14 ..,,=...,,,,,.. Model 426W-t SUPERTANE SALES 116 E. Washington Charles Town, W. PHONE 725 SPECIAL NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS The Potomac Edison Company will end its appliance service operation, effective March 1, 1978. No orders will accepted after February 28. The Company will continue to honor its those customers who have valid warranties for electric heat installations. To our many appliance repair customers over the yearS, extend our thanks and appreciation for your Potomac Edison Partof the Allegheny Power