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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, March 18, 1999 1 5 of Antiques - Furniture - Coilectibles Pictured at the awards presentation are, from left above, Poster Chairman Jim Bovard, Charles Town Junior School teacher sponsor Mrs. Jacqueline Senseney, State Emily Cumberland, Maddie Stevens, Lauren Fields, ~se Sadelson, Aimee Divico, Edward Palmer; back row, Lion Edwina Gorman and Chester Foley. Cumberland, a seventh sands of entries submitted world- student at Charles Town wide in the eleventh annual Lions High, under art teacher International Peace Poster Con- ~a s o r M r s. J a c q u e 1 i n e test. Out of all the posters created took the first step in be- locally, Emily's poster best per- an internationally-recog- trayed the contest's theme. She artist by winning a local won the second round District >etition sponsored by the competition and advanced to the Town Lions Club. State judging where she also came ach year thousands of chil- in first. The poster now will face share their dreams for peace stiff competition at the next level ugh the Lions International of international judging where the Through an grand prize winner will be de- using only pictures, clared along with 23 merit win- ll-13-year-olds artisti- hers. present their feelings about The Charles Town Lions Club Lions clubs throughout the presented savings bonds to all the sponsor young people in contest winners from Charles special contest. The theme ofTown Junior High and Wright 1998-99 Peace Poster Contest Denny Elementary School at their ~st~anting The Seeds Of Peace." February Peace Poster awards i.'" ,~raily s poster is among thou- dinner. Et 1 ( )! l e )l .{ b ]: 9 L{ ( e :y L! t i Mrs. Pauline Ott 725-8678 rank eden was a Thursday Otts and Jane. er guest of his parents, the Tammy Painter, Bethany and dd Odens, Engle. Dustin, Leetown, were Friday ene and Diane Kerns were evening visitors of her parents, the Lrday night visitors of Bobby Donald Painters. Lisa Kerns, Old Cave Road. Kathy eden, Shenandoah ~elsea Weiant, Charles Town, North, was a Saturday evening a Friday evening visitor with visitor with the Sam Odens. grandparents, the Philip Faye See, nansen, was a Friday as. visitor of the Millard Otts and ~mmy and Amber eden were Jane. day morning visitors of Kathy On the prayer list are Rose ba and Bruce and Tammy Penwell, Guilford Turner, Jim and e it J h Y |erbeam and children. h ,leaner Wiley returned home lay from Jefferson Memorial Pital. She is recovering from a at her home. (artin and Kathy Viands, Stnut Hill, were Saturday visi- 'of the Millard Otts and Jane. t0bbie and Heather Kidwell, Betty Kidwiler, Velma Penwell, Eleanor Wiley, Ludelle Ott and Eric Michael Ott. Visitors at the Miltard Ott home this week were Donna Carper, Rev Royce, Kathy Viands, and Shelia Aguirre and Karina. Kenny Dillow, nansen, was the Saturday visitor of his mother, Bs~own, were Saturday night Mary Ann Jenkins, pr~tS of their grandparents, the Brent Adams, Martinsburg, was t 7~P Odens. the weekend visitor of his grand- ~ary Ann Jenkins was the Fri- mother, Pauline Adams, Orchard in~|aight guest of her daughter, Hills. nd=~ley Dodson, Tuscawilla Hills. Diane Kerns was a Saturday 1 *red Matthews spent the week visitor of Mary Ann Grimes, Old his grandparents, the Merle Cave Road. .x% Flowing Springs Road. Sherry Queen was a Thursday l, ~erry Queen, nippon, was a evening visitor of Kathy eden and rsday evening visitor of the Tammy Longerbeam. o LOdens. Shelley Dodson, Jessica and ~ appy birthday ate Ashley Zachary, Tuscawilla Hills, recently f ~y on March 6, Charlotte visited Shelley's mother, MaryAnn , Wa on March 6, Sandra French Jenkins. I Iarch 16, Barbara Painter on c ~ch 29, and Allie Dinges on ~il~h 31. ~e alaarking March anniversaries ~,t[John and Barbara Perkins on ~,~ch 26, Johnny and Faye i wrens on March 26, and Floyd )g~l'Ielen Spates on March 29. ~/ot~Ssie Rexrode, Fox Glen, was a fi~0r last week with her grand- ,y ~ts, the Donald Odens. eIJt t Brown, Bolivar, was a Sun- |lt~neheon guest of the Millard R PUBLIC EDUCATION IN -~ev. Eleanora Giddings Ivory, "is u~ctor of the Presbyterian ~)rr~rch's Washington Office, will "~Ver a keynote address, "The ~ding Vision of Public Educa- Fi~l~ ~tsCu~rent Challenges' at alllShepherdstown Presbyterian ar,~rch, 100 West Washington Ol'P~;~t 1/~t~, ~oaay at 7:30 p.m. The con- ~]~tion is free of charge. ~iaeteenth century Christians FEEDER SALE Wed March 24th 7:30 P.M. FOUR STATES IVESTOC Hagerstown, MD. Exit 29 off 1-70 (301) 733-8120 Selling for M. Lavetta Fraley, who is discontinuing housekeeping, at the Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire-Hall, located mile West of o Shepherdstown, WV along State Route 45. Saturday, March 27, 1999 at 9 a.m.] FURNITURE & ANTIQUES: Oak extension table w/extra leaves; Oak drop leaf table; Walnut drop leaf table; bookcase desk comb.; Oak Cadillac desk table w/ink well by Cadillac Cabinet Co.; spool cabinet from Molers Cross Roads Store; Sellers kitchen cabinet w/flour bin; Walnut gateleg drop leaf table; jelly safe; spool table w/ ball and claw feet; Oak washstand; pie crust table; drum table; drop front desk; marble top sideboard; marble top coffee table; end tables; corner stand; shaving mirror w/towel rack; small farm table; treadle sewing machine', large Lane cedar chest; Oak cane seat chairs; plank bottom chairs; ladies cane seat rocker; childs harp back chair; red velvet boudoir chair; blue velvet rocker; ladies plant bottom rocker; high Oak bed; large empire chest; poster bed; nite stands; dressers; mirrors; vanity; chests; Conover sofa (like new); 2 pc. living room suite; pot belly stove; Maytag washer and dryer; Frigidaire refrigerators; Frigidaire deluxe electric stove; Magnavox color TV; small farm tables; old Westinghouse electric stove; gilded frame mirrors; wall mirrors; floor lamps; table lamps; Snapper push mower; garden tools, etc. CARPETS: Karastan Pastel 11 A ft. x 14 ft.; Savonnerie Royale approx. 10 ft. x 15 ft. COLLECTIBLES: pictures and paintings, some signed, (Crosio, J.L. Farris, Jane Freeman); deep frames; WV license plate 1912-15-16; dinner bells; butter print; salt jar; scales; B&O O locke; B&O lanterns; 4 strands of sleigh bells; cow bell; brass haines; driving harness; brass kettle; 5 gal. Coke advertising tin; flat irons; crocks; jugs; school bell from Greensburg school; metal match holder; metal bank; Sherwin Williams Co. cast iron advertising pc.; lot of old books and publications including Clifford Mussers 200 yr. History of Shepherdstown; McGuffy's Reader; Mother Goose; old cook books and recipes; quantity of quality china and glassware; handwork; fine linen; bed linens; etc H&R 12 gauge shot gun; Rein. 22 cal. Pump Hex Barrell. Terms of Sale - Cash or approved check on day of sale, Not responsible for accidents. Lunch by Shepherdstown Fire Company. Restrooms on site. M. Lavetta Fraley, Owner Announcements on sale day take precedence over printed matter NO BUYERS PREMIUM. Preview Friday evening 5:30-7:30 March 26, 1999 NOTE: This is a large sale, many items large and small are not listed. Come prepared to spend the day. These are clean, well-maintained furnishings, ready to move into your home. AUCTIONEERS: George Lemaster Wesley Ware WV L/c. No. 131-99WV L/c, No. 1006-99 304-263-5683 304-728-8068 CLERK: Charles E. Ware == .mmmlmm iimluilm= in ~ E utri I'D ! of Antique Furnishings, Oriental Rugs, Paintings and Glassware Location of Sale: JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, 3 miles West of Charles Town, WV and 2 miles East of Leetown, WV on Secondary Rt. 15. Louis XV style Yitrine {serpentine front w/scenic panel}; Oak pulpit desk; Oriental slant front writing desk; Oriental breakfront; Hinkle- Harris ext. table, china cabinet and 10 chairs [Cherry]; Mahogany Armoire; Mahogany dresser w/side looking glasses; 7 Oak captain's chairs; Gataleg table [Walnut}; Walnut vanity & sideboard; Harpers Ferry VVV- Potomac River Crossing - B&O RR picture in Oak frame [33"x46"}; Cherry hutch; settee; marble top washstand; Server {Penn. House]; Emperor Clock, Oak stacking bookcase; Cherry end tables {marble top]; Cherry dresser; Library table; small settee [green velvet]; wingback chairs, maple bed; sofa bed; 5 pc. dinette set; Knotty pine blanket chest; RCA TV; Oak filing cabinet; occasional chairs; bamboo sofa & 2 chairs; carved wooden chair [Spanish]; stands mirrors; lamps; 2 pink tinted mirrors & etc. ORIENTAL RUGS - 4-Abussoun (3-9xl 2, 8xl 2); Herez (9xl 2); India "Tree of Life" (6x9); Indo-Tabriz {8'fi xl 2, 9xl 2); tndo-Kerman (5/2x9 9 fix17/2 ); India prayer rugs runners and other area rugs. PAINTINGS & PICTURES - "Weeping Magdoline" by Newman; "Boulevard Capucine" by H. Miller; "Reclining Nude" by Nickell; oriental painting "sword dance", Merrill Fox original; other paintings and watercolors by E.L. Criswelt, Tom/Eboli, Clyde Roberts, Leslie Dreier, Barry Richardson, Naomi Horn and other artists which displayed their work at the Hilltop House. GLASSWARE - Fostoria {approx. 35 pc.); Wedgewood; Nor/take tea set (20 pc. set); Rose medallion bowl; Bavaria, Pressed glass, Ironstone & etc. MISC - Electric exercycle; linens; surveying equipment; Yamaha guitar, Civil war bullets and currency;, book collection including National Geographic, March 1957 "History Awakens in Harpers Ferry"; brass samovar, candlesticks; fireplace equipment; stuffed doll (c. 1920's); toy boat "Black Hawk" (c. 1930) Electric hospital bed; Electric chair; and other items far too numerous to mention. Anita D. Brown, Executrix Estate of Dixie Kilham AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Mr. Kilham was a well-known resident of Jefferson County and former owner of the Hilltop House. He was an advocate of the Arts & Humanities in West Virginia & built the Historical John Brown Wax Museum in Harpers Ferry, His collection of household furnishings must be seen to be appreciated, o PREVIEW: Friday, March 26, 5.30 p.~. - 8:00 p.m. Auctioneer: DENSIL L. NIBERT, wv Lic. #660 Phone: (304) 876-2418 e-mail: d Clerks: Hostler & Harrison TERMS OF SALE : Cash or checks with proper ID. Not responsible for accidents. Luncheon rights reserved, No buyer's premium. e. ~ instrumental in establishing as~ nation's grand experiment in ta~iding education for all its chil- :awls. Since then, the church has re "d~ vested interest in and abid- ae~|~Oncern for the state of univer- At STATE GOVERNMENT FACILITY - MARTINSBURG se , 'l~ucation in this country. Int I Freight Cargo - U.S. Customs Cleared & Duties Paid ~,e ~[~spondents to Ms. Ivory's ad- ne~ will be Dr. John King, retired Extremely Valuable Genuine Handmade ,e~,~herd College Professor of iental Rug ~tmn; Mary Ellen Lloyd, hfe- Eastern & Or s ~ local resident and current Also included: A vast & varied selection of top quality Persian Authentic Hand Knotted Carpets in silk & wool including: Suberb 8'x12' , |~Selor in Washington County Savouk, Magnificent Lavar, Fascinating Nomadic Balouch, Extremely Fine Tabriz,Royal Kashan 10'x16' Decorative Classic Her/z, 10'x13 [lic Schools; Henry Thomas, Turkish Kazak, Garden of Paradise, Lilihan 10'x17' Master Persian, Bidjar, 10'x14 Indo-Caucasian, Baktiari, Hamadan, Princess Bokhara, =~ [hselor for Jefferson Hzgh Chinese, too many more to list. Sizes from 2'x3' to Palace Sizes. Including a Scarce 14'x20' Silk Tabriz, 18'x12' Kashan Tree of Life Long ~ s School Within a School' Runners, etc. Each Bale to be opened, pieces separated and tagged, and then auctioned individually. "~am; and Susan Wisniewski, ~lt~school practitioner. U.S. Cu,toms Cleared, ie: Duties Paid, No Liens, Encumbrances or Outstanding Charges estions and suggestions will Auctionat NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY Rt. 4 Airport Rd Martinsburg, WV e heard from the audmnce as Sunday, March 21 at 2:00 p.m, Preview at 1:30 p.m. ~oilIJ Terms: Cash or Check with proper ID-Visa, MC, 10% Buyers Premium. To be auctioned by H. Kabir, state of WV Licensed Auctioneer #209 l Saturday, March 20tb, 1999 beginning at 10:00 a.m. (Rain Date: Wednesday, March 31, 1 :OO p.m.) mmm Location: CHARLES TOWN, WV, Follow Summit Point Road for approx. 1 mile, turn left to Jefferson Storage. (Follow signs) To liquidate surplus items owned by the Jefferson County Board of Education, we will sell--computers; typewriters, copiers; record players, shop tools; table saw; wood lathe; metal cutting band saw; sander; shampooer; kitchen equipment including a mixer, deep fryer, convection oven, stoves; metal and wooden teacher's desk; wooden student desks; slide projectors; duplicating machines; wooden file cabinets; dress forms; potters wheel; cafeteria tables; science equipment; electrical equipment; electrical motors and other items far too numerous to mention. David W, Markoe, Superintendent Jefferson County Schools Auctioneer: DENSIL L. NIBERT, wv Lic. #660 Phone: 876-2418 Clerks: Hostler & Harrison TERMS OF SALE : Cash or checks with proper ID. Not responsible for accidents on property. Luncheon rights reserved. Discontinuing farming, I will sell the following located I mile west of Chades Town, WV; 10 miles east of Inwood, WV along state Rt. 51. Farmall M w/loader; MF #10 PTO baler; 4 row MF corn planter; John Deere 13-7 grain drill; flat wagon; John Deere 3-16 trip bottom trailer plow; John Deere 3-14 trip bottom 3 pt. plow; 3 pt. post hole digger; 3 pt. 7 ft. blade; 22 tooth wood frame harrow; pulverizer; disk harrow; cut off saw frame; 6 ft. pull type rotary mower; land drag; wagon unloader; PTO grass seeder; tractor chains; feed boxes; tools; etc. HORSE EQUIPMENT: Oliver manure spreader on steel; wagon bed; harness; bridles; collars; single trees; double trees; triple trees; iron seats; wagon saddle; etc. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: Home comfort cook stove; antique oak commode; oak dresser w/beveled mirror; picture frames; antique sofa and chair; table and chairs; Whirlpool chest freezer; metal cabinets; black and white TV; porch swing; metal bed and other numerous articles. David Nichols, Owner Terms of Sale - Cash or check on day of sale; nothing removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Lunch by Citizens Fire Co. Aux. Announcements on sale day take precedence over printed matter. AUCTIONEER: Wesley K. Ware, 304-728-8068 CLERK: Charles E. Ware WV Lic. No. 1006-99 Having sold our farm, we will sell the following on site near Charles Town, WV From RL 340 at Charles Town, take Rt. 9 East for approx. 2 miles to a right onto Kabletown Road. After approx. 3 miles, take a right onto Shansndale Road to suction site on right. Watch for Kable Auction Signs. Be prompt, only a few small items selling. Saturday, March 20, 1999 at 10:00 a.m. Blizzard date: Saturday, March 27, 1999 at 10:00 a.m. TRACTORS- COMBINE IH 966-D-WF w/Year-round Cab & Heat; IH806-D- WF w/Canopy; IH656-D-WF w/2250 Loader; IH Super MTA; IH Super C w/ Cultivators; All Tractors have 80%+ Rubber; JD 7700 Diesel Turbo Combine w/ DiaI-A-Matic - 643 Low Tin Corn Hd & 213 Flex Hd. MACHINERY JD7240 Planter - 6-30" Com - 11-15" Soybean w/Dry Fert. w/ Cross Auger; IH830 Forage Harvester w/2 Row Narrow Hd. & Elec. Controls - Used Very Little - Orig. Knives (2) IH 120 Forage Wagons on 12 T. Tandems w/ Roofs; IH51 Forage Wagon; IH8330 Mower Conditioner (Like New); IH241 Round Baler; NH355 Grinder Mixer; IH350 Manure Spreader; (2) JD336 Hay Balers w/30 Ejectors - One Baler- Barely Used; IH56 Blower; IH 710 4 Bottom PlowAuto Reset; IH450 12' Transport Disk; Brittion 10' Cultipaker; JD 12' Spring Tooth; IH55 Chisel Plow (10 Shank); IH 120 Sickle Bar Mower 7' w/ Universal Hitch; NH56 Hay Rake; IH5100 Grain Drill - 21 x 6 Soybean Special; IH 1 pr Corn Picker- 1 Row; Schuler Feed Cart - 125 BF; Little Giant Hay Elevator- 38' w/Etec or PTO; Danuser Post Hole Digger; (6) Bate Thrower Wagons; 6 Ton Fertilizer Wagon w/ Hyd. Augers; Gravity Flow Wagon; Rotary Mower - 7' - 3 pt; Sing. Axle Soil Pulverizer; Arps Box Scraper- 3 Pt.; Homemade Rd. Bale Mover; Cattle Moving Trailer 5'x10' Tandem Wheels; On Farm 16' Cattle Trailer w/Bumper Hitch; (2) Rd. Bale Forks; Asst. IH Front Tractor Weights; IH990 Haybine for Parts. MISC, EQUIPMENT Winpower Generator 45/25 KW - PTO on Cart - Used very little; 5 HP Wood Splitter on Wheels; (3) Homelite Chain Saws; Lincoln Welder - SP100 Wire Feed, 110V; Airco Easy Arc AC/DC Welder; Oil Fired Space Heater; Stainless Steel Dbl. Wash Vat; Clipper Seed Cleaner 8, Treater; Solo Back-pack Sprayer; (3) Rd. Bale Feeders; 1000 Gal. Plastic Tank; (2) 275 Fuel Tanks w/ PumpS; 110 Gal. Truck Fuel Tank; 12V; 15 Gal. Spot Sprayer; 15'hx 38 & 18.4 x 38 Tractor Chains; Etc. AUTOMOBILE 1990 Plymouth Acclaim - 77,606 Miles - One Owner - Ex. Cond, LAWN EQUIPMENT Cub Cadet Riding Mower - Mod. 2145 - 14 HP wl 44" Mower (like new); Statesman Riding Lawn Mower- 16 HP w/40" Mower; Wizard Riding Mower - 14 Hp w/42" Cut - Bad Engine; Troy-B/It Self-prop Mower 5.5 HP, 20" Cut; Murray Push Mower - 5 HP, 22" Cut. HOUSEHOLD Kenmore Ref Freezer; Maytag Wringer Washer; Kenmore Upright Freezer; Elec, Sewing Machine on Singer Base; Asst, Kitchen Appliances; Old Feed Scales; Porch Glider; Microwave & Stand; Asst. Mirrors; Childs Rocker; Elec, Range; Record Albums; (2) Treadle Sewing Machines; Floor Polisher; Lawn & Porch Furniture; Old Bdrm Set; Sofa & Chair; Reclining Chair; Asst. Lamps; Curtains & Bedspreads; Asst. Books & Crafts; Asst. Sin. Tables; Computer Desk; Flat-top Desk; Maple Kitchen Table; Chest w/Mirror; Old Tools; Etc. ~: Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Funk (304) 725-4406 AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Most of the farm machinery in this auction is well.kept and field.ready. Don't miss this one! Be prompfi Very few small items are selling. SALE ORDER: Household items followed by small farm items, farm machinery w/automobile and engine powered equipn ent selling @ 12:00 noon. Clip this ad as it may only appear once, -- No Buyer's Premium --Announcements on auction day take precedence overprinted material TERMS: Cash or check with proper ID H.M. "Marty" Kable (304) 725-2465 License #632 -- KABLE Clerks: Hensell & Hensell Number System Used. Not responsible for accidents. Lunch nghts reserved. t