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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1978 P' !OPL !S BANK [] [] [] [] OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY JOSEPH McMURRAN SCHOLARS RECOGNIZED AT SHEPHERD HONORS DAY Joseph McMurran Scholars were recognized at Shepherd College in an honors day observance that was held on March 28. The students are as follows: Sandra C. Ambrose, Winchester; Trudy E. Anders, Charles Town; Ellis H. Artis, Bunker Hill; Barbara G. Ashton, Millsboro; Debra D. Bain, Bunker Hill; Terri C. Barron, Martinsburg; Melinda K. Barrons, Keedysville; Barbara Bennet, Emerson; Maria Bigiarelli, Martinsburg; Harold Brandenburg, Lynchburg; Sally Brown, Baltimore; Judith D. Cross, Hughesville; Julie D Cummings, Woodbridge; Valinda A. Dozier, Hagerstown; Sharon J. Engelking, West Friend- ship; Dennis E. Frye, Gapland; Mark W. Goller, Hagerstown; Robin L. Grenke, Stephens City; Debra M. Griffith, Shepherdstown; Elizabeth V. Hammond, Martinsburg; Daniel L. Herr, Hagerstown; Georgiann Hinchcliffe, Collier; Teresa J. Hott, Augusta; Vickie L. Huntzberry, Hagerstown; Berniece D. Jackson, Martinsburg; Sally Jackson, Ranson; Karen H. Johnson, Mar- tinsburg; M. Scott Johnson, Charles Town; Cheryl B. Jones, Martinsburg; Edith M. Kirk, Mar- tinsburg; Evelyn Kittredge, Frederick; Stephen L. Klick, Hagerstown; Leslie A. Koch, Long Valley; Stephen Krumpe, Hagerstown; Lois E. Kuhn, Myersville; Mary K. Laios, Martinsburg; Evelyn M. Landis, Augusta; Mickey L. Lynn, Frederick; Richard E. Magner, Hagerstown; Willard M. Martin, Charles Town; Cynthia L. Mason, Lonaconing; Paula K. McCoy, Berkeley Springs; Madelyn McGarvey, Berkeley Springs; Martha Newton, Slocomb; Teresa G. Raines, Moorefield; Gary L. Recher, ChewsviUe; Becki Sue Reese. Shepherdstown; Charles D. Remsburg, Mid- dietown; Vicki H. Rickel, Charles Town; Suellen Sager, Charles Town; Rae E. Scanlon, Romney; Thornton C. Schultz, Smithsburg; Jennifer K. Slane, Martinsburg; Anita T. Smith, Shenandoah _ Junction; Susan B. Snyder, Shenandoah Junction; Rebecca N. Speaks, Harpers Ferry, Dorothy Stockslager, Funkstown; James M. TaRt, Mar- tinsburg; Lorrie Terpstra, Wayne; Carol J. Twigg, Cumberland; Rebecca L. Upton, Alderson; Clayton L. Walker, Fairfax; Lorraine Wildberger, Georgetown; Mary E. Williams, Ridgeley; Joan C. Wilson, Gaithersburg; and Stephen Wolfensberger, Hagerstown. , q - - _ - _ _ HARPERS FERRY- BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo Dial 535-6528 having an Energy Conservation night April 12th, at 7:30 p.m. at the Bolivar Harpers Ferry Public Library. There will be a short movie on Energy Con- servation. There also will he a speaker from Potomac Edison The Shenandoah 4-H Club is present to discuss Energy Here's much Conservation in the home. I Everyone is cordially invited to [ attend. I Mrs. Mary Lancaster of Tuscawilla Hills and son, Donnie, Miss Debbie Lancaster, and Mr. Reid Geronimo of Bolivar had Sunday dinner with your deposit and its 00mings build with us. 4-Year Our 4-Year 7" Certificate earns 7 I/2% ioterest per annum. A $IOOO minimum .= deposit is required. AMOUNT OF DEPOSIT 51,OOO $3,000 $5,000 AMOUNT YOU WILL RECEIVE AT MATURITY 51,349.44. $4,O48.31 56,747.18 510,OOO S13,494.38 6-Year AMOUNT OF AMOUNT YOU WILL DEPOSIT RECEIVE AT MATURIW Earn 7 314% interest $I,OOO $1,592.18 per annum in our S3,OOO $4,776.52 6-Year Certificate of deposit. S5,OOO $7,960.86 A SIOOO minimum $IO,OOO $15,921.70 7" deposit is required. Both charts indicate your investment, plus interest (if left to matudJy). A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawals. % -7 7" ZZ 7 --=4 Passbook Savlngs! Use your Shenandoah Federal Passbook Account as your working fund. Dd sit any amount. Withdraw from it or to it at any time. Whatever balance your account has will earn 5 I/4% per annum (5.39% due to continuous compounding). Shenandoah Federal 617 Winchester Ave. Martinsburg Hilldale Shopping Center, Charles Town 305 N. Washington St Berkeley Springs ;O1 r b3 .0000IN/5 HI:K300WI:/W3005 I,N 0 Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lancaster and children in Gaithersburg, Md. Mr. and Mrs. William Lance from Woodstock, Va., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsea, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilbourne from Leesburg, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. Elsea on Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Donovan is home now after spending several days in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. She is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Donovan and Mrs. Nellie Smith of Brunswick, Md., visited Mrs. Hilda Creamer and Mrs. Carrie Donovan on Sunday. Sorry to hear Mrs. Mary Eackles is a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. She fell and Mrs. Cabell Tapscott. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moxley have moved to Steamboat Run. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Warner, of Maryland, have moved to their home which they purchased from the Mosley family. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sager, Jr., spent Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sager. This was omitted from last week's news. Mrs. Idonia Wright has returned home after taking a bus fractured a bone in her leg. trip with AARP members to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kern from Orlando, Florida. While there Silver Springs, Md., visited in they visited Disney World and the Harpers Ferry area on other places of interest, in- Sunday. cluding St. Augustine, Florida, Recent dinner guests with Mr. the oldest town in America. They Mattie Singbas were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Meadows, and children. Also Mrs. Ella Zom- bro. Mrs. Mattie Singhas, Mrs. Ella Zombro of Bolivar, and Mr. Lee Lucas from Halltown were recent visitors with Mrs. Shirley Lucas in Lanham, Md., Mrs. Mattie Singhas visited with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Virginia Singhas, in Charles Town on Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Collins had a surprise birthday dinner for Miss Dorothy Knott Saturday evening at their home. Guests were Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Dodge from Severna Park, Md., Rev. and Mrs. Dennis Yocum, from Thurmont, Md., Dr. Sara Cree from Shepherdstown, W. Va., Mrs. Agnes Gochenour from Tokoma Park, Md., Miss Jewel Green from Kensington, Md., Mrs. Anna Phillips from Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Nina Butts, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Butts SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss Lillian Myers Dial 725-5168 _ --_ - - , - - _ Elk Branch Lodge No. 93 held their annual banquet March 30 at the Village House here, TheY were delightfully entertained by the Swartz quartet of Mid- dleway. A large crowd was in attendance. Dr. and Mrs. Willis Dearing, of Hume, Va., spent Thursday with CLOSING OUT SALE Having sold my farm I will sell the following located 6 miles north of Martinsburg, W. Va. 1 mile east of Route 11 at Bedington, W. Va. ) SATURDAY, APRIL 8th BEGINNING AT 10:30 A.M. -7 BEEF CATTLE 18 HEAD ANGUS BEEF CATTLE 18 (all good quality steer and heifer 450 to 750 Ibs.) FARM MACHINERY Massey-Ferguson 175 Diesel Tractor approximately 2000 hours with Multi Power and Differential lock. Massey- Ferguson 135 Diesel Tractor approximately 1000 hours with Differential lock - Massey Harris Model No. 30 Tractor -7 recently overhauled with new battery, cultivator, boom sprayer With pump and teflon coated barrell, M. F. No. 82 3 bottom 14" plow kickback - M. F. No. 75 6' cut heavy duty rotary cutter - M. F. model No. 132 utility loader, with two "I- buckets - Massey Ferguson Model No. 41 7' cut rear mounted 3 pt. hitch mower, M. F. Model No. 29 3 pt. hitch wheel rake - Dearborn 3 pt. hitch corn planter with fertilizer attachment, Ford Post hole digger - 2 bottom 14" Oliver Radex plows trip beam - M. F. No. 12 P.T.O. Hay bailer 4 yrs. old - In- ternational Model No. 510 - 13-7 semi-mounted grain drill in r =- excellent condition. Oliver light disc harrow - I. H. heavy duty disc harrow, New Idea manure spreader P.T.O. like new, I. H. flat bed wagon - David Bradley elevator with 1 H. P. mtr., pulverizer Mod. 12 A N.I. manure spreader, lever harrow, wood frame harrow, M. M combine with new canvass, two wheel trailer, platform scales - corn sheller, wheel barrow, 2 wagon running gears for hay racks - American Wire and Barb Wire Fence Stretchers, Wards ' pistol shallow well pump - shovels, forks, steel drums, Homart chain saw, sythe truck chains, log chains, wedges, hydraulic cylinder, P.T.O. drive for elevator - Lot of junk and other articles too numerous to mention. Lot of lumber also -7 some 14 and 16 ft. fencing boards, electric welder 220 volt, Rotary scraper, Feed and watering troughs, Creep Feeder. BUTCHERING EQUIPMENT Sausage stuffer, grinder, iron pot and stirrer, ladies, 2 gasoline engines. 1 TRUCK -7 1967 FORD 50C TRUCK with approximately 50,000 miles - "1 heavy duty chassis and heavy duty dump bed. Stock racks "7 also grain and end sides - Motor bike. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 335 Gal. milk tank - 2 units sterling lavel milkers, vacuum pump with motor and pipeline - 2 stainless steel wash up =r tanks, propane gas space heater, tank sprayer bucket rack and other articles. Sale Order "Small Items, Butchering Equipment, Farm Machinery, Truck, Dairy Equipment and Cattle. Lunch rights reserved. Lunch will he served by Bedington Ruritan Club. Terms of Sale -- Cash - Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents on premises. FRED B. "JACK" RICE CLERK + Kenneth Cookus AUCTIONEER -- Edward "Ned" Morrow March 30-2t arrived home Monday, March 20th. The many friends of Mrs. Charles Snyder are glad to know she has returned to her home. DAUGHTER BORN TO MR. & MRS. LOVE Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Love, Jr., Route 2, Elaine Way, Frederick, Md., are the proud parents of a daughter, Allyson Anne, born on March 29, 1978. Mrs. Love is the former Cindy Payne. Maternal grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Roscoe Payne, Charles Town, W. Va. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Love, Shannondale, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. SPECIAL SALE! Feeder Cattle and Calves FRIDAY, April 14th Beginning at 1 p.m. OPEN FOR CONSIGNMENTS All Cattle To Be Weighed In THURSDAY, April 13th Between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. BLUE RIDGE LIVESTOCK SALES, INC. Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 March 30 - 2T O Good ...when i thinking advantage ( plan under form Act. Called you to dollars vestment Model TBF-16DV GE 11.6 cu. ft. FREEZER Economical, Convenient der be efits of an merit that could find out "Good L stop working. DOMINICK Your Local PH.: 7 2'Sld " General Elrids NO-FROST 0 Of 3 fast-freezing shelves plus top cold plate Extra shelves and juice can rack on door * Door lock, self-ejecting key Only 28" wide S2<JgegS GE Two Ice'n Power S ever See.thru Ad Meat 3 Only NOW ONLY ICEMA REI Model Ck. 12DV Optional SUPERTANE SALES 116 'E. Washington St., Charles PHONE: 725. 2915