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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, March 25, 1999 15 given in regards to finding out Barbara Hooper whether a Gifford's Ice Cream store 615 S. Seminary St. still existed in the Washington sub- 725-7742 urban area. -- I can now tell you that it does! I ect Smoke Detector received 2 telephone calls and a let- chapters of the American ter about Gifford's. All three women of Retired Persons are said there is a Gifford's at 7720 to put smoke detectors inWisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, Md locally. The detectors phone 301-907-3436. One lady from AARP national head- called them and was assured that Atlanta and will be fur- this is the original Gifford's and not and installed free-of-charge a facsimile of it. seniors 50 and Dot Osterman, of Charles Town, especially those who livewrote to say that she found two addresses, the one above and one at must apply for detec- 7107 Democracy Blvd Bethesda, March 30. Call 725-1274, 301-299-4282. Dot writes, " I have or 876-6219 in Jefferson not been to either of these stores, but like you, I enjoyed going to the Group Being Formed "old" store. We used to buy their ice a fiber artist, is form- cream sculptures for all our special group to promote the arts and occasions - ie. baby, wedding show- people in Jefferson County, ers, etc. Thanks for writing about a surrounding area, quilting, mutual memory of happy times. rug hooking and more. Sincerely Dot Osterman." B looking for other people who Kudos to the three of you who expertise in fiber arts and took the time to investigate for us. |be interestedinteaching.Maybe we'll meet someday for a Federal employee, Julia sundae at Gifford's. in our area since 1997. Animal Jam]Flower Sale a studio in her home and It's almost time for the 7th hooking traditional rugs 'Annual Animal Jam, put on by the 6 years: Ms. Jones also teaches Animal Welfare Society of Jefferson Jefferson County School County. It will be held on Saturday, under the Adult EducationApril 17 at Cliffside Inn, from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. There is a great line up - 4 are interested in being part bands - The Agency, Dark Horse, group, please call her at (304) The Love Machine and The betweenl0a.m, and7p.m. Houseband. Tickets, $10 in Gifford's Lives! advance, $12 at the door, may be delighted with the response purchased at Gower's Feed in Ranson, New To You (Spay Today) course, to my brilliant, talented and in Charles Town, Dickenson & Wait wonderfully kind surgeon, Dr. in Shepherdstown and Cliffside Inn Ophas, as well as my excellent in Harpers Ferry, or mail to AWS, primary physician, Dr. Rosie PO Box 147, Charles Town. Age to Cannarella. attend, 18 and up. The hero of my story, though, is AWS's annual Easter Flower Sale my husband A1. He was my rock, will be Friday, April 2 from 11 a.m. my very present help in time of to 6 p.m. and Saturday, April 3 from trouble. Although he wouldn't want 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Dominos Pizza me to say so, I am blessed to have in Shepherdstown. A large variety such a man - as a husb~d and best of plants will be available, plus other friend. AWS items. Get your spring and The surgery went well and I am summer flowers and help the ani- now recuperated and ready to get mals at the same time. on with things; but I will forever An Experience remember the kindness of so many Very recently I was an out patient good people -just when I needed it. at Jefferson Memorial Hospital, The RecipeCorner there to have a surgical procedure When we had dinner at Tauraso's and go home the same day. Restaurant in Frederick, I admired From the very pleasant and the Italian dressing on the salad friendly woman in admitting to the and asked for the recipe to give to lovely pink lady volunteer who you readers. Our waitress, Selena escorted me to the car when I left, I Cornelius, from Brunswick, cleared was treated with extreme kindness, it with the manager and gave me efficiency and care. Having surgery, the recipe. The only catch is, it's no matter how minor it may be, is a made with very large quantities of process that concerns a patient. I ingredients, so you have to cut them was put at ease by everyone I met. down. I'll give you the original I would like to express my appre- recipe, then the amounts I used to ciation - first to God, who was in make it - still delicious even then. charge of the whole thing, then to Tauraso's Italian Vinegretto my friends and family, who kept me 2 qts. 100% pure olive oil; 2 qts. in prayer, and to all who helped me canola oil; 2 Tbsp. garlic; 2 Tbsp. at the hospital, including Julie shallot; 1 finely diced red bell pepp- Kirk, RN; Arch Propst, anesthesiol- er; 1 Tbsp. salt; 2 Tbsp. herbs de ogist; Lynn Hypes, surgical techni- provence; 2 Tbsp. fennel seed; 1 clan; Julie Mauch, LPN/surgical Tbsp. black pepper; 1 qt. red wine technician; Teresa Smoot, RN; and vinegar; 4 oz. parmesan cheese. Karen Porterfield, LPN, and of Combine all ingredients and enjoy. MyVersion Everhart, Barbara Hardy, Sara 1/2 cup olive oil; 1/2 cup canola oil; Hornbeck, Meredith Polen, Charles 1 teas. minced garlic; I teas. minced Slusher, Robert Thacker and Bill onion; 2 Tbsp. finely minced red bell Whittington on March 28; Donna pepper; 1 or 2 shakes salt; 1 teas. Burns, Helen McElroy, Leanore herb seasoning; 2 or 3 grinds pep- Horabin, Frances Keyser, Ashley permill; 112 cup red wine vinegar; Perdue and Lauren Tyser on March 2 Tbsp. parmesan. 29; Lyde Alfriend, Caleb Burns, Jr I also have their thousand island Rose Carroll, Jane Ishman, David recipe for later, called "Louis Jenkins and Wands Perry on March Dressing." 30; Spencer Howard on March 31. Birthdays andAnniversaries Anniversary congrats to: Paul Birthday greetings to: Colleenand Hazeltine Daily on March 27; Murray-Brady and Andrea Peer on I~e and Bey Moore on March 28; March 26; Eric Fargo and DianeElizabeth and James B. Davis, Sr. Mayhew on March 27; Kevin on March29. Breeden, Leeds Corbin, Anna All for now take care. i I i DINNER DANCE TO HOSPICE TO HOST BENEFIT HOSPICE MEMORIAL SERVICE Hospice of the Panhandle will be Hospice of the Panhandle will the recipient of proceeds raised host its annual Spring Memorial from a dinner dance hosted by the Service, remembering those who Preceptor, Alpha Kappa Chapter of died under the care of hospice, Beta Sigma Phi, Saturday, April 17 at January 1-December 31, 1998. The the Clarion Hotel, Shepherdstown. service of remembrance which will The "Flights of Fantasy Dinner Dance" begins at 6:30 p.m. in the include readings, music, sacred ballroom with a prime rib buffet din- dance, and the lighting of candles ner. Following dinner, attendesswill will take place at the Christ dance to the music of regionally Reformed United Church of Christ, known band, Studio 6. A gourmet 117 E. Burke St Martinsburg, on coffee and dessert bar will highlight Sunday, April 25 at 2 p.m. The pub- the evening's activities. Dress is lic is invited to attend. A reception black tie optional. A cash bar will hosted by hospice volunteers will be available. Tickets may be follow immediately after the service reserved by calling 263-1769. in the fellowship hall. Farm Machinery Truck Trailers miles off State Rt. 9 on Wiltshire Rd. between Charles WV and Kearneysville, WV. From 1-81 at Martinsburg, WV take onto Rt. 9 East 9 miles toward Charles Town. Turn onto Wiltshire Rd. at Bardane to sale. J.D. 4630 w/cab, heat, AC, duals; J.D. 4240 w/cab, heat, AC; J.D. I loader; J.D. 7200 Corn Planter w/Liquid Fert. Tanks 7000 Splitter; J.D. 335 ft. Dura Cushion Folding Disk; J.D. 2600 4-18" Auto Reset Plow; Brillion 3 ; J.D. 8300 18 Boot Double Opener Grain Drill; Dunleer 12 ft. Woods 2126 10 ft. Rotary Mower; Hesston 514 Round Baler; N.H. Rake w/Dolley; Portable 62 ft. Grain Auger; N.H. 355 Grinder Mixer; 2-Kilbros Bu. Gravity Wagons on 8 & 12 ton gears; N.H. Tank Spreader; Universal Squeeze Chute; 272 ton Feed Tank; 80 ft. of Concrete J Bunks; Creep Hay Racks; Troughs; 10 ft. Snow Plow fits 4630; Pressure Washer; ; Round bales of mixed hay; plus misc. household items. TRAILERS: 1988 Ford F-350 Diesel Truck w/11 ft. Flatbed, 135,000 I Valley 16 ft. Tag-A-Long Cattle Trailer. 6 Bale Hay Trailer. Cash or check on day of sale. Nothing to be removed until settled for. t responsible for any accidents. Lunch rights reserved. Announcements sale day printed matter. Donald and Connie Ott Wesley K. Ware 304-725-5645 WV Lic. No. 1006-99 304-726-8068 Charles E. Ware I same day for other area farmers at the same location: 1993 J.D. 9500 4 WD, GPS loaded approx. 1800 sep. hrs 2700 eng. 693 Poly Cornhead, 920 Flex Poly Head "RY: INT 1466, INT 1086 w/Woods Dual Loader, New 1431 Disc Bine, 2 New Holland 258 Rakes w/Hitch, J.D. Chisel Plow, Gehl Field Chopper w/Corn and Pickup Head, 30" 2 Row Head Basket Wagon, 20' Goose Neck Trailer, 1986 Chev Service Truck, Honda CR500 Dirt Bike, 2 Raven Alum w/side kit & Spread-Axel, Dorsey Close Tand. w/side i4 Motorola Radios w/Chargers and 6 Batt. elling for M. Lavetta Fraley, who is discontinuing housekeeping, at the Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire Hall, located mile West of Shepherdstown, WV along State Route 45. Oak extension table w/extra leaves; Oak drop leaf Walnut drop leaf table; bookcase desk comb.; Oak Cadillac desk table w/ink ,Cadillac Cabinet Co.; spool cabinet from Molers Cross Roads Store; Sellers cabinet w/flour bin; Walnut gateleg drop leaf table; jelly safe; spool table w/ R and claw feet; Oak washstand; pie crust table; drum table; drop front desk; sideboard; marble top coffee table; end tables; corner stand; shaving w/towel rack; small farm table; treadle sewing machine; large Lane cedar Oak cane seat chairs; plank bottom chairs; ladies cane seat rocker; childs red velvet boudoir chair; blue velvet rocker; ladies plant bottom high Oak bed; large empire chest; poster bed; nite stands; dressers; mirrors; chests; Conover sofa (like new); 2 pc. living room suite; pot belly stove; washer and dryer; Frigidaire refrigerators; Frigidaire deluxe electric stove; TV; small farm tables; old Westinghouse electric stove; gilded frame ; wall mirrors; floor lamps; table lamps; Snapper push mower; garden tools, etc. Karastan Pastel 111/2 ft. x 14 ft.; Savonnerie Royale approx. 10 ft. x 15 ft. pictures and paintings, some signed, (Crosio, J.L. Farris, Jane ) frames; WV license plate 1912-15-16; dinner bells; butter print; salt Scales; B&O O locke; B&O lanterns; 4 strands of sleigh bells; cow bell; brass driving harness; brass kettle; 5 gal. Coke advertising tin; flat irons; crocks; s; school bell from Greensburg school; metal match holder; metal bank; Sherwin Co. cast iron advertising pc.; lot of old books and publications including Mussers 200 yr. History of Shepherdstown; McGuffy's Reader; Mother Goose; Cook books and recipes; quantity of quality china and glassware; handwork; fine etc. H&R 12 gauge shot gun; Rein. 22 cal. Pump Hex Barrell. - Cash or approved check on day of sale. Not responsible for Lunch by Shepherdstown Fire Company. Restrooms on site. M. Lavetta Fraley, Owner on sale day take precedence over printed matter. BUYERS PREMIUM. Preview FHday evening 5:30-7:30 March 26, 1999 This is a large sale, many items large and small are not listed, .= prepared to spend the day. These are clean, well-maintained furnishings, , to move into your home. George Lemaster Wesley Ware WV Lic. No. 131-99 WV Lic. No. 1006-99 304-263-5683 304-728-8068 Charles E. Ware 2n" 4:00 p.m. 3rd 8:30 a.m. located on site at the 26-acre Cochran Auction Complex Boonsboro, Maryland (exit 35 off lnterstate 70) NOTICE: Selling for several local governmental agencies and various Western Maryland Contractors: Track Dozers Track Loaders Motor Graders Backhoes Dump Trucks Road Tractors Rubber Tire Loaders Motor Scrapers Vibratory Rollers Hydraulic Excavators Equipment Trailers Pickups Autos Contractors Equipment and Tools Office Furniture and Equipment and Miscellaneous Please contact the Auction Company at (301) 739.0538 for a free full-color brochure. L,~ .= ~. WV423 AUCTIONEERS & ASSOCIATES LTD. PROFESSIONAL CONSTRUCTION & INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT AUCTIONEERS 7704 MAPLEVILLE ROAD, POST OFFICE BOX 222, BOONSBORO, MARYLAND 21713-0222 301-739-0538 * TOLL FREE (MD) 1"8CO-310-2844 FAX (301) 432-2844 Please clip this ad for it will appear only once. Charles Town, WV Located one mile from Route 340 on Keyes Ferry Road, 2nd house on left behind the Bowling Alley - Follow Auction Sign ANTIQUES AND HOUSEHOLD: Chest freezer, stove, refrigerator, microwave, 3 twin size beds, sectional sofa, end tables, coffee table, several TV's, lamps, odd tables, Oak bedroom suite, 2 living room side chairs, TV stand, (metal and wood), chairs, Cedar chest, 2 Oak chairs (out of old Harpers Ferry Hotel), old Vanity Fair jockey prints, Bentwood butter churn, wagon seat, dough box, antique rocker with cane seat (more than 150 years old), old McGuffy's Reader and other old books, graphone with round cylinders, butter mold, coffee grinder, glass chum, 5 old Hitchcock chairs - VERY NICE - slate topped credenza and matching oval coffee table, drop leaf solid Cherry Hinkle Harris table old Walnut tea cart, copper boiler, crocks, jugs and jars (old, blue glass topped jars), old cash register and change maker, a spool-leg table, several kerosene lamps, lots of old dishes (milk glass, Jewel Tea Ware, Hall bowls) many pieces of old silver (tea set, candlesticks, sugar and creamer), old 2 x 3 print of Harpers Ferry, sectional French Provincial living room suite, 2 French Provincial leather topped end tables, large butcher's block, Oak hall tree. SADDLES AND WESTERN COLLECTABLES: Set of 10 old Russell Cowboy pnnts, 1 Remington Bronze (Bronco Buster), 5 saddles (2 old Heiser-75 yrs. old, 1 Hamley - EXTRA NICE), 2 Pony Express saddle bags, sleigh foot warmers, bell collection (7 sets of sleigh bells, harness hame and many more), buffalo head with leather front, 2 cast iron entrance jockey statues, Conestoga Wagon chucks, old blacksmith tools, polo prints, full set of WV Breeder's Classic prints, bits and spurs, Ox yokes. GUNS: Remington Sportsmaster 58 semi auto, Mule ear Belgium made double barrel, Knickerbocker 16 gauge double barrel, Mossberg 20 gauge, Spl. made bolt action 22-250 w/3 x 9 Redfield Scope. CENTENNIALS & COMMEMORATIONS: Winchester 30-30 Wells Fargo, Winchester 38-55 Chief Crazy Horse, Winchester 30-30 Cowboy Commemorations, Winchester 32-40 John Wayne, Winchester 30-30 Antlered Game, Winchester 30-30 Legendary Lawman, Winchester 30-30 Golden Spike, Winchester Centennial 66 30-30 (many new with boxes), Colorado Centennial Ruger Pistol (with box), and pistol holster. COLLECTABLE ITEMR: 35 Danbury Mint Die-cast car & truck collection, 7 Coca-cola trucks all with boxes and titles, pocket knife collection, large collection of kitchen utensils, (egg beaters, ice cream scoops, knives, forks, potato masher, ice tongs, graters), Griswold waffle iron, old straight razors and straps, several sizes milk and creamer cans, Coca-cola collection: cases of cokes, old ice Coke box- MINT CONDITION, Coke trays, Coke bottles, Coke baby dolls and much more. Patio furniture set, many hand tools, misc. drills and saws, socket sets, 9 gal. air tank, treadmill, 2 boys bikes, pinball machine, shuffle board, gumball machine, many nice box lots, custom made card/game table, slot machine. VEH/CLES: 1994 Lincoln Town Car, 55,000 miles, moon roof, cloth top, VERY NICE! 1954 GMC 6 x 6 Troop Carrier, 12,000 miles, SHOW WINNER! 1931 Model A Roadster, SHOW CAR! 1994 Chevrolet Silverado with cap, 26,000 miles, NICE! Raven aluminum tilt trailer, NICE! 17 foot aluminum canoe TERMS: Cash or check with proper identification. Number system used. Not responsible for accidents. Nothing removed until settled for. Lunch and Port-A-Pot available. A,nounoements made the day of the sale take precedence over pdnter matter. Owners: Bob & Wands Rawlings 304-725-2525 SALE TO BE HELD UNDER A TENT- RAIN OR SHINE/ AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This will be a large sale; 50 year collection of antiques and co/lectables. This is only a partial list of many antiques. AUCTIONEERS: Dick Riggleman, LIc. #308 Bob Summers, Lic. # 1294 Steve Rawlings Lic. #A.90 [." Tools Polystone statues Furniture Porcelain Dolls of all kinds Easter Items Large Truck Loads consisting of anything and everything. Dealers and public welcome. Buy in large or small quantity. This is our flrst Dealers Auction. We will be having one every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month. Don't Miss It! Casey's Auction Henshaw Rd. (beside carwash) Bunker Hill, WV (304) 229-4627 Auctioneers: Roger Jones WV Lic. #343.99 Brian Hash WV Lic. #1122 II 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, VVV on Secondary Fit;. 15. Louis XV style Vitrine (serpentine front w/scenic panel); Oak pulpit desk; Oriental slant front writing desk; Oriental breakfront; Hinkle- Harris ext. table, china cabinet and IO chairs [Cherry); Mahogany Armoire; Mahogany dresser w/side looking glasses; 7 Oak captain's chairs; Gataleg table (Walnut); Walnut vanity & sideboard; Harpers Ferry VW- Potomac River Crossing - B&O RR picture in Oak frame (33"x46"); Cherry hutch; setT,ee; 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. - 4-Abussoun (3-9xl 2, 8xl 2); Herez (9xl 2); India 'Tree of Life" (6x9); Indo-Tabriz (8'/ xl 2, 9xl 2]; Indo-Kerman (51/ xg, xl India prayer rugs; runners and other area rugs. pAINTINGS & PICTURES - "Weeping Magdoline" by Newman; "Boulevard Capucine" by H. Milte~ "Reclining Nude" by Nickell; oriental painting "sword dance", Merrill Fox original; other paintings and watercolors by E.I Criswell, Tomi Eboli, Clyde Roberts, Leslie Dreier, Barry Richardson, Naomi Horn and other artists which displayed their work at the Hilltop House. - Fostoria (approx. 35 pc.); Wedgewood; Noritake tea set {20 pc. set); Rose medallion bowl; Bavaria, Pressed glass, Ironstone & etc. - 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 chaiF, and other items far too numerous to mention. Anita D. Brown, Executrix Estate of Dixie Kilham AUCI1ONEB~'S NOTE: Mr. Kilhsm was s 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. PREVIEW: Friday, March 26, 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Auctioneer: WV Lic. #660 DENSIL L. NIBERT, Phone: (304) 876-2418 e-mall: dcer@Intrepld.net Clerks: Hostler & Harrison TERMS OF SALE : Cash or checks with )roper ID. Not for accidents. Luncheon rights reserved. No buyer's premium. -% I I II responsible ,!