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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE | ' THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1978 u ...... Chevrolet S.S. AM-FM, air, new roof. Sell. $1295.00 or after 5 00 , , FOR RENT,, Furnished Trailer for rent. 'Urdumn Working person or working t. 725-9-507. -= couple only. No children, no ]L - "-t,u pets. Private, (Ranson) 725-7555. = '.0000two'tonel invel me . 'L yr:ek nea; "_:"  g227 ', uOonsboro, Md ge am.e, with road. 0000yells. Sal00--b'j lt stove; also $75.00 to 725-7316.  It 4:00 P.M. ,)Phe ar brici'" hous ac 3 l Ph;;. Feb. 23-1t-pd For Rent---Clean sleeping rooms, working or retired gentlemen. 330 North George Street, Charles Town. Feb. 23-1t-pd For Ient---Four room'home in Bolivar. Previously owned by D. M. Hughes. For information 535-. : 2428. Feb. t6-1t-pd For Rent.-In Shannondale, one bedroom apartment, completely furnished, air conditioned and heat, no children or pets. $160.00 per month. 725-2178. Feb. 16-tf House for rent up to July 1, 1978. Charles Town. Choice neigh- borbood. 8 rooms, furnished. Possibly available after Sep- tember 1, but must he vacated during July and August. Ideal for family re-locating this area. Shown by appointment only. Moore Insurance and Realty Co., 725-5115. Feb. 9-ff For Rent---Furnished two bedroom trailer. 725-2202. Feb. 2-tf Rent a Lindsay automatic softnor, $8 per month. No price increase as long as you rent. Alco Sales Co,, Inc. 703-662-2401. 1200 Valley Avenue, Winchester, Va. 22601. March 24-tf For Rent--Mobile home spaces. Parkview Mobile Home park. 3 miles west on Rt. 9. 725-3514. M, 5-ff ...... Carpet cleaner. Host Steam Machine. J. Russell Fritts am Son, Ir., 309 W. Washington St., Charles Town, W. Va. 304-725- 5511. OCt. 20-ff 'For Rent---Two bedroom] distinctive, chalet apartmenf located in Sharmondale, $250.00 a; month. Candleberry Rentals, 725-7911 or 725-3183. Oct. 28-tf WANTED i i Wanted To Buy--Five or ten acres of land with or without building. Reply to Taxpayer, P.O. Box 289, Greencastle, Pa. 17225. Feb. 25-4t-pd Wanted--Person to clean house on regular basis. Preferably on Friday's. Apply with reference to P.O. Box .281-L, c-o this newspaper. Feb. 16-1t .Professional Poodle Grooming by app't, only. Toys $11.00; Miniature $13.00; Standard $18. (Matted Extra.) NO Checks. Leetown area. 725-3244. June 2-tf Mobile Homes wanted. Will y cash. Ask for Julia Bulman. 703- 662-25O3. Feb. 9-3t.pd Wanted To Rent--Pasture and corn ground. Phone Robert Smith, III. 725-9058. Feb. 9-61 HELP WANTED Experiencedmature credit clerk, 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., i Mondays thru Fridays. Oc- casional overtime and weekends. Extensive credit background helpful. Excellent benefits. E.E.O. Apply Per- sonnel Office, Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Ranson, W. Va. Feb. 23-1t Moonlight from your home and earn $300 to $500 per month, extra income. Couples can work together. Call for interview. 725- 8344. Feb. 23-2t POLICE OFFICER-Trainee position for unemployed person, 6,600 to start. Health and life insurance paid. Call Chief Rephann. 876-2312, Shepherd- stown. Feb. 23-St Experienced mature switch board operator - admitting clerk. 11:00 P.M. to 7:00 A.M., Sunday thru Thursday. Ex- cellent benefits. E.E.O. Apply Personnel Office, Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Ranson, W. Va. Feb. 33-1t MISCELLANEOUS s,ll i Individual instructions in Mathematics, by certified mathematic teacher. Call after 6:00 P.M. 725-3032. Feb. 23-1t-pd River Area, Black and White and tan male Beagle. 725-4979. Reward. Feb. 23-It NOTICE The following Snow Removal Ordinance for the Corporation of Ranson is in effect: All persons or property owners shah clean the snow off their pavements within six '8' hours after the snow steps falling. Any person violating this Ordinance shall be fined not less than Five Dollars '$5.00' nor more than Twenty Dollars '$20.00'. Feb. 16-2t LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia Purchasing Division will accep4 :sealed bids until 11:00 a.m. March 9, 1978, on File 41 for WVU on Reqn. No. 825523 for: 1 lot Soil treatment chemicals. No bid will be considered unless submitted on forms prescribed by and available from the Purchasing Division, Department of Finance and Administration, Room W-130, Capitol Building, Charleston, West Virginia. Glenn R. Cummings, Director Feb. 23-2t NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and "Ineficiaries of the estate of JESSE D. HARRIS. All persons having claims against the estate of the said JESSE D. HARRIS, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof legally verified, to the undersigned at his office at 104 West Congress Street, charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 23rd day of June, 1978; otherwise they may by law he 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 interests. Given under my hand this 23rd day of February, 1978. i T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts' Jefferson County, W. Va. Feb. 23-2t-pd NOTICE TO: HEIDEN, INC. WILLIAM HEIDEN, PRESIDENT JOHN R. HEIDEN, VICE-PRESIDENT You will please take notice that a certain motor vehicle, to. wR, a John Deere backhoe, Model No. 690, Serial No. E 000261, owned by Heiden, Inc. has been taken into the custody and possession of the Sheriff of Jefferson County as an aban. cloned motor vehicle in violation of the provisions of chapter 17 article 24 of the West Virginia Code, as amended, on the 16th day of February, 1978. You are further notified that ?ou have the right to reclaim said motor vehicle within ten '10' days of this notice, upon payment, of all touring, presentation and storage charges and that your failure to exercise your right to reclaim said motor vehicle within said ten '10' day period shall be deemed a waiver of all your right, title and interest in said motor vehicle and of your consent to the sale or disposal of said abandoned motor vehicle at a public auction or to a licensed: salvage yard or demolisher, pursuant to the provisions of the West Virginia Cede. YOU are further notified that the said motor vehicle is being held and has been taken into custody and possession at the Sunuco service station, West German Street, Shepherdstown, Jefferson County, West Virginia. HOWARD W. WILT Sheriff of Jefferson County, West Virginia Feb. 23-1t NOTICE OF FILING 01 ESTATE ACCOUNTS I have before me the accounts of the Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of Carroll S. Brown, deceased; and the Ad- ministratrix, C.T.A. of the Estate of Fred O, Southard, deceased. Any person having a claim against the above named estates, 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 accounting. In the absence of such request or objection, the accounting may be approved by the County Commission. Given under my hand this 17th day of February, 1978. John E. OR Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, W. Va. Feb. 23-2t HEARING ON PROPOSED USE OF REVENUE SHARING The City of Charles Town will hold a public hearing at the charles Town Council Room on March 6, 1978, at 7:30 p.m. for i the purpose of obtaining written .and oral comment from the i public on the proposed uses of: Revenue Sharing Funds in the  upcoming budget for Fiscal i Year 1978-1979. All interested citizens, citizen groups, and senior citizen organizations are encouraged to attend the hearing. Persons attending the hearing shall have the right to provide written and oral comments and suggestions regarding possible uses of Revenue Sharing Funds. Following is important planning information for the Proposed Use Hearing. Amount of unappropriated Revenue Sharing Funds in the City trmt fund is $29,562.00. Funds expected to be received during the upcoming fiscal year is $59,127.00. Feb. 23-21 FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for final settlement the accounts of Betty L. Burns, Executrix of the estate Francis L. Burns, deceased. T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County, W. Va. Feb. 16-2t-pal VEHICLES FOR SALE Please take notice that the Jefferson County Board of Education will accept sealed bids until Monday, February 27, 1978, at 12:00 noon, on the following: Converted School Bus - Chev. 1965, Ser. No. $6725FI01394 - clutch bad, transmission problem, motor good. 1/ ton International pick-up truck, year model 1952, Ser. No. 24542, inoperative. Interested persons may in- spect above vehicles by con- tacting the Director of Tran- sportation at the Shen. Jct. School Bus Garage, Monday thru Friday between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. The Jefferson County Board of Education reserves the right to refuse any or all bids. TERMS: Cash prior to picking up vehicle and must be removed within I0 days of acceptance of bid. Feb. 16-2t ===================== SUMMIT POINT Joyee Rudolph Last Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Carper and son and their nephew, J. D. Davis, of Leetown, enjoyed dinner at the Bonanza in Winchester, in honor of Mrs. Carper's birthday. Later that evening, family members and friends joined them at home to continue the celebration with cake and ice cream. Those present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holt and daughters of Middleway; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Davis of Leetown Mr. and Mrs. Betty Cri_m and children, Mr. and Mrs. Konny Crim and daughters, Miss Tommy Crim, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, Mr. Jimmy Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shanholtzer and daughter and Mrs. Charles Crim and friend, Ms. Trish Harrison. Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Crim and daughter en- tertained the former's mother Mrs. Margaret Crim and his sister, Miss Tammy Crim, at dinner at the Steak House in Winchester. They were joined for the meal by Mr. Crim's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Crim of Win- chester. The Rev. David Wood motored to Wheeling on Monday af- ternoon to attend a Peterkin youth camp leadership planning conference held at the Sandcrest Conference Center. He returned home briefly Wednesday morning and then left that af- ternoon by car to participate in the adult education conference held at the Claggett Conference Center in Buckeystown, Md., and returned home Friday af- ternoon. Callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons during the week were Mrs. Richard Shirley, of Middleway on Monday, Mr. Paul Sherrard of Gerardstown on Tuesday, Mrs. Bentley Rudolph of Charles Town on Friday and Mrs. David Spunich and daughters of Kabletown on Sunday. On Monday, Mark Rudolph was an overnight guest in the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb of Or- chard Hills. Little Michelle Del-Colle celebrated her 6th birthday with cake and ice cream on Thursday at her home with her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Mike Del-Colle and brothers Tony and Mark on hand to help make the occasion a gala one. Then Sunday, her parents continued the celebration with an afternoon at the bowling alley in Winchester where Michelle proved to be the best bowler in the family by winning three games in a row. Mr. Daniel Menear of Baltimore, arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford and family on Friday and remained as their house guest until Monday. Mrs. Ulis "Zenith" Johnson returned home Thursday from the King's Daughters Hospital where she underwent successful eye surgery to remove a cataract on the left eye. She is doing well but must convalesce for a while at home. Mr. and Mrs. David Richardson were on hand to welcome her home and visitors on Friday were Mrs. Beulah Whetzel of Shady Acres and Mr. William Armentrout of Gambrllle, Md. Recent visitors at the Johnson home were Mr. Douglas Johnson of Maryland and Mr. Alfred Johnson and step-daughters Roxanne and Lucy Burhman of Charles Town. Friday afternoon the South Jefferson Elem. School home room mothers entertained the children at a festive Valentine's party. Also the PTA found it necessary to cancel this month's meeting due to the problems the mounting snow is causing in parking at the school. The program that was planned for this month will he presented at the next month's meeting. Mrs. Clay Stamey and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph were guests of Miss Karen Stamey on Friday at the opening night performance ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Elaine Bralthwalte Peterson Plaintiff V. Wfllinm John Peterson, Jr. Defendant Civil Action No. 78-C. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bends 'of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defendant: It appearing by affidavit filedl in this action that William John Peterson, Jr., is a non-resident of theState of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that William John Peterson, Jr., serve upon Henry W. Morrow, Plaintiff's attorney, whose addresa is P.O. Box 49, Charles Town, West :Virginia, 28414) an answer, in- cluding any related counter claim or defense you may have ito the complaint filed in this action on or before March 13th, , IW$. If you fail to do so, Ithereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the un- dersignnd Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk ourt February 3rd, 1978. i Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of Court 'eb. 9-81 of the play "The Diary of Anne Frank" at the Opera Home in Charles Town. Miss Stamey and Jerrie Tribble were members of the stage crew. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eiwood Cheshire and daughter were Mr.  and Mrs. John cheshire and daughter of Leesburg, who also remained as overnight guests, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Kline and daughter of Augusta; Mrs. Deborah Lockwood and children and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Dehaven. BLUE RIDGE ACRES Libby Cooper Hello - it's sure been a long time! Do I dare mention that miserable white stuff that has given practically all of us Cabin Fever ? I'm so sick of it- couldn't get out for weeks - neither could Edna Peddicord, Virginia Blizzard, Pauline Vale, Mattie Funk and ever so many others. About the only things moving up here were chains and 4 wheel drives. Mary Bell and I were so upset by the confinement that we have each ordered a 4 x 4 and I suppose that this will insure NO SNOW for the next several years. Oh, well - if it does at least we can get around. On February 11, BJ and Cal LaMotte had an impromptu spaghetti dinner, inviting the Bell's, Edna Peddicord, the Craghead's and Lirs sister, Dorothy and yours truly. A delicious dinner and a fun time. The next day, the Bell's had the same group and the Pinson's for Happy Hour and George Gault stopped in. No one knew that they were back yet, from a great two weeks in sunny but cool Florida. On FebrUary 18, Edna had a turkey dinner inviting the aforementioned and Dave Hickson, Bettie and George Gault. As usual, it was mighty tasty and plentiful enough to feed the entire mountain. The next afternoon Dave Hickson had a Happy Hour for pretty much the same group and the Lerch's. First time Ruth and Roy had been up for weeks due to that white mess. YOUR CHOICE ! 2 bedrooms - wall-to-wall car- peting - full basement. $29,00 3 bedrooms- 1% baths - 2 stories - Charles Town. $30,000 3 bedrooms, family room - / acre - Middleway. $52,500 3 bedrooms. I% baths - 2.875 acres - Wide Horizon. $44,000 3 bedrooms-two story home on 2 wooded acres. 5,000 3 bedroom older home - S. Church Strut. $45,000 3 bedrooms - wood burning , fireplace - lZ/ Acres. $45,000 3 bedroom brick - 2 baths, full finished basement - Tuscawilla Hills. $56,000 4 bedrooms split foyer - fireplace - 2& acres. 8,000 2 bedroom house - 8 stall barn swimming pool - 7 acres. 3,500 3 bedrooms - double garage - Tuscawilla Hills. 178,000 4 bedroom home - 3 baths - S. Mildred Street. ,0 your lot. Ask "Hobie" Call "HOBIE" "HOBIE" WILLIAMS REALTY Charles Town, W. Va. "HOBIE'; CAN HELP YOU SELL 744 Hobart O. Wlllkms, Broker I i 11 l llllll II Faith and Russ Cone are back from two marvelous months in Florida and I am sorry to say I have not yet called her to get any information about their trip - but what a mess to come home too ! Before I wind this up I would like to say that I don't know what any of us in here would do without Jimmy Kidwell. He has worked constantly on these roads, mostly alone, trying to keep them open. Early morning, all day, late at night. He has been cold, hungry, tired and discouraged but he has tried to keep us moving. He shovels that NOTICE gravel by hand even tho the pile is frozen, he has helped coun- tless of m who have been stuck and he has listened to com- )laints about why he doesn't do more. Let m not forget he is "only human" and already performing 'above and beyond'. Thank you, Jimmy. FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for final settlemcnt the accounts of Theda S. Wintermoyer, Executrix of the estate of Harry Fulton Wintermoyer, deceased. T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County, W. Va, Feb. 16-2t-pd The Corporation of Ranson is part-time Dog Warden. All INCOMETAXE$ applicants must have a truck. PREPARED Application will be accepted at Call 725-8508 the Ranson Council Room. AFTER 5 P. M. Feb. 16-2t Feb. 23-4t-pd. _ I I II liB / RAYS AUTO SERVICE AUTO BODY & COMPLETE PAINT JOB $150.00 and up Insured work done by certified mechanic. Free pick up and Delivery Call 725.9663 Feb. 2-31 Ask for Dan REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Charles Town -- 1/2 story brick house - liv. rm,; din. rm.; cat-in kitchen; family room w4ireplace; 4 bedrooms; 3 baths; finished basement; laundry room; oil heat; central air; paved driveway. Charles Town -- 3 bedroom new frame rambler - liv. rm.; din. rm.; kit.; family rm. w4ireplace; 2 full baths', at- tached 1 car garage; elee. heat w-heat pump; central air. Charles Town -- 2 story stucco house - entry hall; liv. rm. ; din. rm.; family rm.; kit.; 3 bdrms,; lt/ baths. Elec. heat. Detached garage. Middleway Area -- 12 acre farmette - 2-story house w-7 rms. and bath; hog barn and other outbuildings. More acreage available. Acreage --3 acre tract 1 mi. E. Charles Town. 3/ acre tract 4 mi. W. Charles Town. 7 acre tract in Leetown area. 10 acre tract in Kabletown area. 61 acres 8 mi, W, Charles Town. On These & Other Listings Please Call: E. L. McDonald, Jr. Agency 304-725-7313 PAT KERCHEVAL 304-725-5888 HARVEY KERCHEVAL 304-725-5888 L. B. ATHEY -- Broker ORCHARD HILLS 2 bdrm. frame home. Bath. Equipped kitchen. Carpeted. Insulated. Basement. Septic system. Room air conditioner. Washer, dryer, and freezer convey. $30,000. RANSON 4 bdrm., 2-story frame home on nice lot. Bath. Large, eat-in kitchen. Dining and living rooms. Hardwood floors. Oil heat. Basement, Septic system. Den. Attic. $34,000. SHANNONDALE 3 bdrm, frame and siding home on 2 lots. I baths. Fully equipped kitchen. Formal dining room. Large living room w-fireplace. Hardwood floors, carpeted. Fully insulated. Full basement w-fireplace. Well and septic. Large deck and screened porch. Some furniture conveys. $41,500. SHEPHERDSTOWN 4 bdrm. redwood and stone frame home w-daylight basement situated on I/ acres. Overlooks river. 2 baths. 2 kitchens. Dining area. Living room. Carpeted. Open fireplace. Family room. Oil heat. Well and septic. 2 decks. Storage building. Ideal for 2 apartments. $49,500. HIDDEN RIVER 3 bdrm. frame home on approx. 3 acres, l baths. Large, fully equipped kitchen. Formal dining room Spacious living room. Hardwood floors, some carpeted. FULly in- sulated. Fully heated and wired full basement. Well and septic. Garage. Mud room located off dining room. $55,000. CHARLES TOWN 3 bdrm. brick home on nice lot. I baths. Equipped kit- chen. Dining area. W-W carpet. Partially finished basement. Septic system. Carport. SEparate laundry room. Patio storm windows and doors. $65,000. OUR FINE SALES STAFF JOAN PROPPS 725-2722 GARY & PHILMINKE 725-3180 JUDY PHAIdEN 725-4743 LUCIA BRADY 876-6525 JOAN BOYLE 876-6064 KENAKERS 725-2720 GILMOBLEY 725-7337 ETHEL WEAN 725-9559 BARBARA WHEELER 725-8383 PATWOODS 876-6102 STEVE RUBLE 725-47|1 ED SAVILLE 725-2801 DEAN BUSH 725-7266 DONALD R. WEAN, RHItor 5th Avenne- Ranson - 725-8200 althtt  German St. - Shepherdstown. 876-2121 emmw OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK AFTER HOURS CALL: RUTH PRITcHARD 725-3890 or JOAN PROPPS 725-2722