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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1985 Youth Grad BAKE RTON arthritis is catching up with us. We feel Institute AI Rupel it especially in the knees and hands after doing any heavy work. Our Dial 876-6427 daughter Sunny said a freind of hers or 876-6280 had found relief after taking alfalfa pills. We tried it, not expecting much, Getting through the winter, in style but we've been pleasantly surprised by if possible, but getting through the results. unscathed and in good health-So far this winter, we have had very sometimes takes a bit of doing. Keep- few colds. One of the reasons may be ing warm, of course, is the first con- that we keep pans of water on the sideration. So we make ma-e the stoves stoves. And another may be that we are in good c0ndiUon and the chimneys keep a supply of fresh oranges. as well. Then there's the wood supp- Our woedstove is shaped something ly. We try to lay in as much seasoned like a box, so there is plenty of room wood as possible, but sometimes we on top for cooking. Jackie has found get fooled. The long cold spell we have that it is a nice place to cook bacon, just been through used up most of our because the heat is so even. It is also supply. Right now, we are down to a nice place to cook soups and stews about half a cord each of green wood and keep a kettle of water ready for and dry. How to make it last? We may coffee. We use a stove-top fiRer cap for have found a way. Through a friend, that, and we grind the beans just we found a load of dry corncobs. We before. It helps to make the winter son of Mr. and had previously heard that Kansas mornings bearable. farmers frequently go through the en- Jack Holler, we understand, has Jefferson Village, tire winter stoking their woodstoves been in and out of Jefferson Memorial is a recent graduate of withcobs, so we are trying it. Tbeones for an operafion this week. Wehopeo lnsUtute, College we got are rather dusty, so we pour see his smiling face outside soon. about two double-handaful each into Roy Wolfe gave us some baby Yorktowne, Lance was a paper bags and use them as kindling, tomato plants. He seems to be slight- the InsUtute's honor roll, The cobs burn hot, they leave little ly rushing the season. Wonder who will be the first in Bakerton to get a tomato a 4.0perfectaVerage,attendanceand receiv- ofaSh'ourandgreenthey us make better use this year? Dot Miller was fwst last. Keeping healthy also occupies us. year. a position with We try to eat the right things and get Specialists, plenty of rest. Exercise is no problem, BLUE RIDGE ACRES Maryland as a with all the things there are to do around here. But we just turned 6O and Faith B. Cone Dial 725-5488 TRUSTEE'S SALE REAL ESTATE of a certain deed of 18, 1979, recorded of the Clerk of the Coun- of Jefferson Courty, in Deed Book 459 at from Joseph A. Ware and . Ware, lmshand and wife, to Rockwell, Trustee, default made in the payment of secured, and being the beneficiary so to do, substituted trustee auction at the front courthouse of Jefferson at Charles Town, West Friday, the 8th day of at 10:00 a.m all that cer- of real estate, with and the ap- thereunto belonging, the eastern suburbs of . Jefferson County, West designated as Lot LBIUCk 1 on the plat of the ,madeby .gi E, dated AprU 21, = said plat is recorded in the County Cam- Jefferson West LEGAL NOTICES Am running later than usual with this column, but couldn't seem to get NOTICE TO CREDITORS my thoughts and news together at the To the Creditors and Beneficiaries same time. And of course all that of the Estate of Eloise B. Tucker, bright sunshine didn't make it any deceased, easier. That just made me want to All persons having claims against snoop around the yard and see what, the Estate of Eioise B. Tucker, deceas- if anything, is trying to appear for ed, whether due or not, are notified to spring. exhibit the same, with the vouchers Helen Wheeler said at church Sun- thereof, legally verified, to the under- day that the southside of her house was signed at his office at 125 North full of spring plants trying to get go- Charles Street, Charles Town, West ing, some up as much as three inches. Virginia 25414, on or before the 1st day Not at our house -- I found nothing ex- of May 1985; otherwise they may, by cept lil patches of snow. So it goes. law, be e-xclued from all benefit of said We have a game of musical chairs estate. All beneficiaries of said estate going at the Postal Center where our may appear on or before said day to newspapers are delivered. There is at examine said claims and otherwise least one more reader for each issue protect their interest, than there are subscribers. Whoever Given under my hand this 11th day rtms a llttle late in ~ing up his paper of February 1985. whether it be a morning paper, an Charles H. Miller evening paper, or a Sunday paper Fiduciary Commisskmer finds his paperbox empty. Only The 2/14/2t Jefferson County, W. Va. Spirit is safe sLnce it comes by mail and locked in a box. Some people have SUPREME COURT OF THE tried having their daily papers mail- STATE OF NEW YORK: ed, but for a daily paper that costs so COUNTY OF SUFFOLK: II II JEROME BRADY. JR Plaintiff, : -against- TERRi LYNN BRADY, Defendant. SUMMONS AND NOTICE Index No. 85-522 TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN- DANT: You are hereby summoned to an- swer the complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of your answer, or if the complaint is not served with this summons, to serve a notice of ap- pearance on the plaintiffs attorneys within thirty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated: January 11, 1965 Commack, New York TO THE DEFENDANT qP I L 804-644.LAND TERR! LYNN BRADY: u,a z/2, .elepnone The foregoing summons is served " ' ''" '"" " upon you by publication, pursuant to IIIIIIII II IIIIIIIII an order of HeN. WILLIAM R. GEILER, a Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of ~ York, signed on the 14th day of January, 1985, and filed on the 16th day of January, 1985, with the complaint in the office of the Clerk of the County of Suffolk, in the city of Riverhesd, County of Suffolk, State of New York. The object of this action is divor- cing the parties and severing the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing between them, and for such other and further relief as this court deems just and proper. Yours, etc. SUSSMA N & ~EB, ESQ Attorneys for Plaintiff 368 Veterans Memorial Highway Commad~ N~ York 11725 1/3114t (516) 543-8300 A Little and Save A Lotl a whole new way to cut the grass. It s the first diesel tractor in the country. 19 in Block I fronting on in said for a distance of slightly 75 feet due to a curve in said back in a waster- parallel lines for feet on its north side feet on its south the address Street, Charles Town, and it is improved by by the undersigned be subject to trust made by Joseph Ware to John Jr trustee, dated August said clerk's office to secure note in the amount of payable to the order of Federal Savings and sale: One-thi rd cash on balance in two equal in- evidenced by notes of the r hearing even date with day on or before one and after date respectively, date at 6% per semi-annually, upon the pro- a reasonable amount upon if any, with the paying all of sale or increasing the be may desire. was appointed trustee under the deed of [ above mentioned by order Court- dated November 8, Action No. 84-C-369. ROBERT R. SKINNER TRUSTEE t garden tractors come with 3-cylinder diesel engines. They're built to outlast several seasons. models, from 10 to 14 horsepower. They live front PTO shaft drive to the mid-mount mower. You a hydrostatic transmission. And you a'variety of implements a snowblower, tiller or let the grass grow under Nothing like it on earth." See t G-Series soon. EQUIPMENT COMPANY W. Va. 26711 Ph: (304) 856-3200 much and your paper is really late. You'd think that if it were someone who really couldn't afford to subscribe to a given paper, he would at least have the decency to return the paper after he read it. Last week mid the s~w, we missed two parers, Bertha DeVese missed one, and our Sunday paper was taken. It hadn't come in when we left for church, and was taken by the time we got home from church. Bertha said she saw it in our box, so it was delivered. We had to drive a fair distance and plunk a buck out of our pockets for a paper. Must be someone we all know 'cause no one reports any strangers at that area. Maybe if everyone watches and ~ when so- meone takes a paper to see that there is a box with his name on it There were lots of people at the Postal [?enter Sunday simply because the papers were late. Irene and Talma Smith are most en- thusiastic about their new solar panel which they have installed to help heat their home on Birch Drive. Irene says the pane] looks good on the roof, not an eyesore at all. She says she will be glad to show it to anyone who is interested. Violet and Gerald Jenkins' son Brian - also Kaye McGraw's brother - is at it again. Brian is the young man who got two deer during hunUng season - one each in East and West Virginia. Last week he got his third - this time a doe, by accident. The young doe ran in front of his truck on Route 9. Brian gave the deer to another couple who were in the next car and hopes only that there is not much damage to his truck. Brian got hit by a doe a couple of years ago and there was about $700 worth of damage. Bertha DeVese and Gladys Gooch spent the sunny Monday driving to Reisterstown to visit Giad's sister who had a serious fall on the ice during the bad snow storms. Too bad. Joyce Bentley is full of good news: Son Tim is at the prep school at Col- orado Springs in hopes of going to the AF Academy next year. Tim was pret- ty sure that he would make it since he has been getting A's in all his courses. It is now firm in another way since Tim got a notice of his appointment to the Air Force Academy by C/M Harley Staggers, Jr. Naturally both Tim and Joyce are pleased and proud, Congratulations. BRAcres students making the Honor Roll at Harpers Ferry Jr. High School are Mike Hulburt and Kim Ramsey, the latter making all A's. Two young go-getters. Jim and Marilyn Pinson are also proud of younger son Mike. Mike's I | BEEF CATTLE DISPERSAL (Sale of One Production Unit due to loss of a large land lease) P.T. MciNTIRE SONS, INC. of White Post, Va. AUCTION - MARCH IST. Friday, 11:00 a.m. / Sa/e to be he/d at W'mchester Farmers Uvest0ch Exchange SELLING 350 HEAD -- A Young Herd ! (Mostly Angus, Some Chlantna/Angus and BWF/Neroford Cross) 110 Bred Cows, Many w/calves 90 Bred Heifers due March/April 25 Bred Cows w/Fall Calves 25 Bred Heifers due in Fall 35 Yearling Heifers , 10 Registered Angus Bulls For Detailed Brochure Contact OWNBY AUCTION g REALTY CO.r INC. 1497 Brook Rd Richmond, Va. ~ui~g oar farm oi~rtaiou, we will sell on the"Avonwood Farm" located aloug Kabletown ltd. (lst farm lane on U~ left across concrete bridge), 3 miles off of Rt. 9, just East of Rt. 340 and Charles Town, WV on: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1985 AT 10:00 A.M. TRACTORS: J.D. model 4430 wide axle diesel tractor w11000/540 PTO, power shift trans factory roll bar cab; (2) Ford model 5000 wide axle diesel tractors; M.F. model 50 gas tractor w/wide axle; late model Ford CL30 skid loader w/manure fork & bucket. HAY SILAGE EQUIPMENT: N.H. late model 315 hay baler w/kicker: N.H. 479 haybine; N.H. 256 hay rake; Farmec 32-ft. elevator; (2) Dance 16-ft. pipe side hay wagons; wood side throw bale wagon; (1) model 214 g (1) model 216 J.D. 3 beater silage wagons; N.H. model 890 base unit: N.H. model 880 2 row 38, corn head; N.H. model 880W pickup head; N.H. 880S direct cut head; N. H. 27 silage blower; N.H. No. 36 crop chopper; Dearborn 3-pt. mower. New in 19t3 MARTIN SCAVENGER II MODEL S-1263 MANURE SPREADER MISC. ECKIIPMJ[NT: J.D. hyd. auto. reset 5x18 plow; Miller 10-ft. disc harrow; A.C. 10-ft. disc harrow; 2 section springtooth harrow; Ford 352 4 row 38" NO-TILL PLANTER W/FIBER FERT. BOXES g INSEC- TICIDE ATTACHMENT; Walsh 3-pt. 300 gal. spray rig; Lilliston 7-6 rotary mower; SCHULER 170B SILAGE WAGON; M.F. 13x7 clutch lift grain drill; Souder manure loader; Souder snow blade; Hamill 3-p1. corn cultivator; Koehn tractor cab; M.F. 3-pt. 2x14 plow; N.H. 346 flail tank spreader; (2) flat bed wagons; 2 wheel cart; (2) metal hay feeders; M.F. 7-ft. 3-pt. blade; calf hutches. WINPOWER 9201240 SINGLE $ PHASE PTO ALTERNATOR ON WHEELS TOOLS MISC.: 3 truck tarps; Lincoln 225 amp welder; acetylene gouge g hose; Milwaukee heavy duty power 5-spd. drill press; 12 ton hyd. press; 60.ft. 220-volt heavy extension cord; high pressure jet washer; metal bolt bin g bolts; other metal tap~ g bolt boxes; tractor chains; log chains; barn 'exhaust fan; metal lack stands; (2) 5 gal. cans Eradicane; (1) 5 gal. can Sutan; ELECTRIC IMPACT WRENCH; mechanical hand tools; tap g die set; 8x24 storage trailer; fresh cow milk pad; other items too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cash/Check on of sale. NOrmSeO, VSmU A James G. Trout, Auctioneer W.Va. Lic. 424-15 education at Shepherd College stood him in good steads when he took a very strong exam and won a new job against some stiff competition. Mike loves his work at the Sheriff's Depart- ment in East Virginia. His new job will be administrative and will give him a better schedule - like working only one weekend out of four rather than almost always behng on call. Didn't realize that we had such a strong wind on Sunday evening. On Monday morning We found a large tree blown over and blocking our road. It was a live young oak that had some vines around it and was growing too close to a much larger tree. Guess it hadn't rooted deeply enough and when the ground got wet and the wind blew it fell across the road. Russ had his chain saw all ready for something else and despite the fact that the saw was now dull, managed to clear the road so that the trash truck would come down it. The tree wasn't blocking anyone but us. 'Twas a surprise; one expects dead trees to fall, but not live oaks. I don't understand our birds either. They won't eat our suet among other things. Violet Jenkins had put out suet three times while ours hangs there. The first batch we put out was an ex- pensive special one we got from the Audubon Society, rendered and full of great seeds - they said. The birds soon discovered it, but eat it - no way. So Jan Ramsey gave us a big chunk of suet from her freezer and we hung it up in chicken wire as suggested by Eleanor Mouton. Again the birds soon discovered it and again spumed our of. ferings. We used to get all kinds of woodpeckers when we put our suet in the same place; this year nothing. Wonder what we are doing wrong. Hey, speaking of birds - we almost hit a pheasant Sunday while driving on Route 9, Virginia part. Something must have startled the huge bird and the beautiful thing flew low across the road barely missing our car and then the on-coming car. Wonder how phea- sant tastes - or wild turkey? Hey, yet again. A male bluebird just posed on our Korean holly tree-beautiful. The Korean holly is the only one we have that had berries this year the I notic- ed the four American hollies in Ran- dy Smicek's yard were just full of ber- ries this year. Now there comes the big red-bellied woodpecker. What those birds won't do to prove me wrong. It's no wonder that I have to write my col- umn in the middle of the night; if I try it during the day time, I get a floor 19 show. But should I just sit to watch the birds - they all disappear. Well, guess this completes the week's news. Should be a bunch of news next week when our wandering snowbirds start coming back to BRAcres again. Faithfully There are exenq)tion~ and credils for you! (~' the handy order form in your tax pa(:kag,~ t~, obtain free IRS Publication 554 f,r d,qail~ * Top Prices Paid For No. 1 end No, 2 Hogs * Every Tuesday 7:00 a.m. - I 1:00 a,m. o * Hogs weighed g paid for ;mmed|ate|y * No Commission * Call for Base Price 301-733-8120 HATFIELD PACKING CO. Buying Station at FOUR STATES LIVESTOCK SALES Just off 1-70 in Hagerstown, Maryland "$PECML INVITA TION" to all Vo. & W.Va. Feeders. Give Hatfield a try, We're sure you'll be pleased. ! 0 ~O~lmBD O~4MD O*WJmZ. 0 0~ 0 ~ 0~11~ 0 CLOSING OUT SALE OF CATTLE - HORSES - HOGS - FARMING MACHINERY - TOOLS BUTCHERING E@UIPMEHT -HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. AND MISCELLANEOUS Due to discontinuinl$ farming, I will sell the following %-miles Soutlk of Lovettsville, VA, on Rt. 873. From Rt. 9, turn North onto 287 to Lovettsvihe.~ turn right (South) at Post Office onto Rt. 673. From Point of Rocks, MD, turn West onto 672 then South onto 673. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1985 Beginning at 9:30 A.M. CATTLE: 4 springingGuernsey cows; 4 Holstein springers: Charolais cows: 3 stock cows: 2 work horses: 1 riding horse; 3 springing sows. MACHINERY: Massey Ferguson 50 tractor: Super MTA INT tractor: .H tra~or Feedmaster grinder & mixer No. 82S;ID 14 T baler: New Idea single row corn picker: 22" INT thrashing machine (all belts with it); 3 rubber tire wagons: New Idea No. 12 manure spreader: New Idea No. 206 manure spreader: Reddick field sprayer; McDeering Binder: INT drill No. 10; INT corn binder: riding cultivator: New Idea loader: JD7' mower No. 8; lime spreader; set 12" pull type Oliver plows; set 14" JD 3 point hitch plows; 4"-14' grain augar: 4 bar New Holland rake; INT disc harrow 8': JD grain cart: JD horse corn planter: David Bradley 24' elevator with motor: hay carrier: pulverizer; corn shel- ler; 2 tarps; chains: forks: shovel: digging irons: ext. cords; harness; collars: single and double trees; drums: chicken coops. FURNITURE: pie safe; old glass door kitchen cupboard: Singer treadle sewing machine; sideboard: 3 leg round table; glass top coffee tables: tab- les; chairs; TV's; refrigerator; woodstove; coalstove: dishes; what- nots. IKffCHERING EQUIPMENT: 3 butchering kettles; sausage grin- der; sausage stuffer; geese; ducks; all the hay and corn left over by day of sole. A lot of articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK. Nothing to be removed until settled for. W.D. ~f & 8o.- Auctioneers 1-703-147-1574 Alfred Bromhail NaY/W~II~NS/I/J FOR ACl~/DI'NTS ON PRE/tAI~S Zt 14/2-T LUNCH RIGHTS Under the authority in Internal Revenue Code Section 6331, the property described below has been seized for nonpayment of internal revenue taxes due from Edward J. Patriclo Meehon The property will be sold at public auction as provided by Internal Revenue Code section 6335 and related regulations. THURSDAY, MARCH 21,1985-- 10:00 A.M. Jefferson County Courthouse - Front Steps Comer of Washington George Sts Charles Town, WV 25414 Only the right, title, and interest of Edward J. & Potricia Meehan in and to the property will be offered for sale. If requested the Internal Revenue Service will furnish information about possible encum- brances, which may be useful in determining the value of the interest being sold. Property Located at 113 Douglas Drive, Charles Town, WV 25414 As ~bed In Deed Book 404, Page 307 at the Jefferson County Courthouse: Lot R, Tm~awHla Hills - Plat Book 3, Page 26 - Approx 41 Acre. Improved by a'Spllt-Foyer style dwelling'- approx. 1500 square feet, Property is not available for inspection Full required an acceptance of highest bid: SINCEI920 All payments must be by cash, certified check, cashier's or 1 treasurer's check or by a United States postal, bank, express, or Mr. & Mr=. telegraph money order. Make check or money order payable to the Charles Saylor InternaIRevenue Service. Auctioneers, I chad, Town, W.Va. .B,H. Gutterman, Revenue Officer Address for information About the Sale 15 North Court Street/Frederick, Marylaml tUNC.H AVAILABLE Internal Revenue Service 3011663-1555 . P.O. Box t66, Martinlburg, West Virginia 25401 U.a./=.T Un Sll =-T Prime: (304) 263-7625 IIIII II I III I z~