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Blue Ridge School Is Getting Improvements j. improvements to the Blue llge elementary school building l grounds, the employment of SJg.ht additional teachers, accept- hee of the resignation of four t .chers, the adoption of a board Foticy concerning transporation Srid the purchase of some equip- ment and furniture for the new C. W. Shipley consolidated ele- mentary school and the new Jeff erson County High School, were among the major matters handled by the Jefferson County Board of Education Tuesday night, March 28. TWO DAY PUBLIC AUCTION Discontinuing dairying, we will sell on the "Falk Farm" lo- cated along Rt. 124 approximately 5 miles East of Damascus and 3miles West of Laytonsville in Montgomery County, Md. Watch for sale signs on: TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1972 AT 10:30 A. M. 132--HOLSTEIN CATTLE--132 80 head are milk cows, many have calved in Jan., Feb., Mar., Some are dry and springing. There are 30 1st calf heifers in milk and due to calve back in July and August; 2 SERVICE AGE HOLSTEIN BULLS; 30 Holstein heifers ranging from yearlings to springing or just fresh. Herd will be TB and Bangs tested within 30 days of sale. Loading chute available. One will be pleased with these animals. They are refined and producing heavily. This sale could be your last opportunity tic purchase milk at auction this spring. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Girton 500 and 300 gal. milk tanks with compressors; DeLaval No. 75 milker pump with 6 units and glass lined pipe transfer System and dumping station. Jamesway barn cleaner for 50 Stall barn, some smaller dairy items. SALE ORDER: Dairy Equipment, Cattle. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 19, 1972 AT 10:30 A. M. 30--HEIFERS---30 Due to lack of barn room on Tuesday, we will sell 30 3-toS- inc.-old Heifers. Approximately HALF ARE ANGUS HOL- STEIN CROSSBREED HEIFERS. These are a real nice group of animals, not over fitted - not under fed - just right condition to adjust to new homes and grow into money. Also an excellent opportunity to purchase crossbreed heifers for commercial beef production. FARM MACHINERY J. D. 4010 DIESEL TRACTOR with 4020 power-pak; J. D. 3010 GAS TRACTOR; 2 J. D. Model B tractors; 2 Int. Farmall M tractors; Int. Farmall H tractor; CASE 310 DIESEL CRAW- LER TRACTOR; J. D. 4x16 3-pt. trip-back plow; J. D. 3x16 3-pt. trip-back plow; J. D. 3x14 3-pt. trip-back plow; J. D. springtooth harrow; Oliver heavy disc harrow; smaller disc harrow. J. D. 46A manure loader; J. D. 80A 3-pt. scraper; N. H. 275 baler with bale thrower; Int. 50T baler; N. H. hay rake; N. H. 450 mower; Kosh side mounted mower; 4 hay and grain elevat- ors; 4 throw bale wagons; 2 J. D. SELF-UNLOADING WAG- ONS; 1 Papec self-unloading, flat bottom wagon;,J. D. No. 34 field harvester; Int. flail,chopper; N. H. flail chopper; J. D. 4-row corn planter; J. D, Model 6QT-! blQwer & 50' pipe; N. I. crusher; N. I. & Oliver manure spreader; J. D. 301 fertilizer spreader; Int. 150 bus. manure spreader; Int. 12 & 16 disc grain drills; 2 row cultivators; Int. 1 row corn picker; Int. rotary field mower; Int. hay mower; post hole digger; corn sheller & grinder; hammermill potato planter; seed sower; cultipacker; Int. crusher; 10' steel drag; 2 large metal feeders; drill press; Marguette welder; other equipment too numerous to mention, some being old and worn. SALE ORDERi Machinery, Heifers TERMS: CASII on day of sale. Not responsible for accidents. 4% Maryland Sales Tax to be collected from Purchaser on all taxable items unless Tax Exemption Certificate is ex- hibited to Clerk. Mr. & Mrs. Orin (Buster) Burdette Route 2, m Galthersburg, Maryland Sames G. Trout Auction & Realty, Inc. 15 N. Court St. - Frederick, Md. 662-6231 Mehrle N. Wachter. Clerk Lunch Available Apr. 0-2t- The board eetind for the ec- t flcho01, effcctWe at the ned o he eug.ion. " " t ncipal, at Charle Town Ilih end in two successive nights, school term. a roe I The policy which the board I School, were granted permission heard a report from Superinten-. The board also pp ' d the adopted concerning school bus to assist in evaluating Mussehnan dent Harold Pickens that a new request of Lewis Cottrill, Eugene transportation states that all per-iHigh School. They are members distribution box has been install- Kinder and William Coyle, to at- sons, except designated enrolled of the North Central Association's ed at the Blue Ridge Elementary tend as delegates and Edmund pupil passengers and employees]Evaluation Committee. School, some excavating and re- Stewart, as parliamentarian, the of the County Board of Education,..The board awarded a contract moving of tile has been done on Spring Council of ACT, to be held or other persons officially desig-1 tdRAte West Virginia Seating Corn the old drainfield, thus releaving at Blackwater Falls, April 14-15. hated by the Board of Education lpanyof Huntington, in the the situation on sewage disposal. I A request was also approved in advance are prohibited from I amount of $15,503.00 for seats for Also roofing on the old portion from Don Mickey, director of boarding, or entering a school bus. I the gymnasium in the new Jeffer- of the building is to be done" be- fore the beginning of the Fall school term; a check is being made with a landscaping firm for the removal of excess stone from the school playground area; an open culvert crossing driveway will be made to carry off excess water from the area; a five-foot wire fence will be placed along the highway; and parts needed to convert the old coal furnace to oil, have been ordered and will be installed this Summer, thus converting the school heating system from coal to oil. These were complaints which a delegat- ion from the Blue Ridge area ladged to the school board at it's meeting early in March. Superintendent Pickens said in response to the requests from the Blue Ridge delegation for an add- itional teacher, school officials are developing an up-graded plan for the school which should relieve this situation. Mr. Pickens said, in line with converting the heating system at the Blue Ridge School, plans are also being formulated for convert- ing the Charles Town Junior High School the Page Jackson Annex School and the Ranson and Rip- pen schools to be used as kinder- garten centers, from coal heat to oil at the earliest possible date. Under instructional matters handled, the board approved the hiring of Sharon Lanhan, a 1971 graduate of Shepherd College, to teach Science at the Charles Town Junior High School; Deb- orah R. Thompson, a graduate of West Virginia University, to teach Physical Education at Harpers Ferry Junior High School; and Larry Hendricks, a graduate of Potomac State and West Virginia University, to teach social studies and Spanish at Harpers Ferry Junior High School. He is now teching in Keyser. Elizabeth Potter, who will be graduated from Shepherd College in May, was hired to teach at the new C. W. Shipley elementary school, as was Lorraine Strom a graduate of the Uuiversity of Maryland of 1970, who has been teaching in Maryland this year. Pamela Kable, a graduate of Shep herd College and Nancy Smith also a graduate of Shepherd Col- lege, have been hired to teach at Wright Denny School. Margaret Ann Keaton, a graduate of Con- cord College, 1969, who is now teaching in Hampshire County, was hired as a kindergarten teach er on an usassigned basis. Mrs. Joann Radosh was granted a leave of absence during the year 1972-73 with regreat. But she was authorized to attend the 1972 Continuing Conference of Foreign Language Teachers to be held April 14, 15, 16 in Morgan-i town. She will be working on a i program in this field through the school term. i The resignations of Lois H. i Marks, ESEA I, teacher at the! Shipley Elementary School, eff-: ective June 9, 1972; Fern G. How- ell, teacher at the Shipley Elemen- tary effective at the end of the 1971-72 school term; and Mrs. Ruth M. Shumaker, teacher also at the C. W. School ,efefctive June 9, 1972. Both teachers plan to re- tire. The board also accepted the resignation of Mrs. Virginia S. Cook, teacher at Wright Denny ii i i i i ] At 11 p.m. on April 17th you're going to wish you had gone to H&R Block. There's still time. Aggravation isn't tax deductible. And we are. DON'T LET AN AMATEUR DO H&R BLOCK'S JOB. HaR Blo&. It's not too late to save yourself income tax aggravation that comes with prepar- ing your own return. And for a low one time fee you can receive our year 'round service which includes help with audits, estimates, or tax questions. H & R Block's charges start at $5 and the average cost was under $12.50 for over 7 million returns we prepared last year. l 9 A. M. - 9 P. M. WEEKDAYS 9 A. M. - 5 P. M. SATURDAYS PHONE 725-8081 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY OPEN TONIGHT I tl I it 301 W. WASHINGTON Guidance, for Mrs. Diane Angel and Miss Jodella Deems to attend the West Virginia Speech and Hearing Convention to be held in Huntington, April 6, 7, 8. The name of Silas E. Allen was placed on the subsitute teachers list and the names of Mrs. Wilma Hockensmith and Mrs. Emily Smallwood, were placed on the substitute cook's list for the school term of 1971-72. The board granted a request from Betty C. Scott, Art teacher, to take members of the sixth grade class of the South Jefferson Elementary School, on a tour of the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown, Md. Tuesday, May 23, with Mrs. Lew- rence DeHaven, Mrs. Juanita Allen and Mrs. Paul Ring serv- ing as approved chaperones. A similiar request by Paul A. Aus- tin and H. Richard Adams, for mrmission for the fifth grade of the Wright Denny School to take i a trip to Washington, D. C. was granted. The trip will not be made in a school bus, however. A proposal made by the Jeffer- son County Principals Association fat the March 14 meeting of the board, concerning the board play- ings of the National Association, ings o fthe National Association, was again tabled after some dis- NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefic- aries of the Estate of FRANK NICHOLS, Deceased. All persons having claims gainst the Estate of FRANK NICHOLS, deceased, wheather due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned at his office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or be- fore the 10th day of August, 1972, otherwise they may, by law, be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or be- fore said day to examine said claim and otherwise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 3rd day of April, 1972. P. T. PORTERFIELD Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County April 6-2-t. NOTICK TO CREDITORS To e Creditors al Benefici. aries of the Estate of BENTLEY LEE LONGERBEAM, Deceased. AII persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of Bentley Lee Longerbeam, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to ex- dbR the same, wit)h the vouchers thereof, legally verified to te undersigned t his office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, o or be- fore the 10th day of August, 1972; otherwise they, may by law, be excluded from al benefi of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or be- fore sid day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their increst. Given under my hand this 3rd day of April, 1972. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. Commissioner of Accous Jefferson County April 6-2.L NOTICE TO CREDITORS To te Creditors md Beefil. aries of the Estate of LEE COV- ERT, Deceased. All persons hang olaims a- gainst the Estate of LEE COVERT, deceased, whether due or not, are not2tied to ex- hibR the same, wi the votmhers thereof, legally verified to the undersigned at I ofiee in te Ctlzens Office Building, Ohmles Town, West Virginia, on or be- fore the 10th day of August, 1972; otherwise they, may by law, be excluded from sdt benefi of said estste. All beneficimtes of sa'id estate may appear on or b fore sa4d day to examine d claims amd otherwise protect their lnerest. Given under my hand this 3rd day of April, 1972. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. Commisaionev of Accounts Jefferson County April 6-2-t. NOTICE TO CIDITORS ..... m To the Creditors and Befid- aries of the Estate of LEE D. NORMAN, Deceased. Ag persons having olatms a- gainst the Estate of LEE D. NORMAN, deceased, whether due or not, are noised to ex- hibit the same, wi1 e vouchers tereof, legally vered to the undersigned at iris office in fine Citizens Ofice Building, Chutes Town, West Virg, ina, on or be- fore the 10th day of August, 1972; otherwise they, may by law, be excluded from tl benofR ot sId estate. AH beneflcieries of sad estate may appear on or be- fore said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 3rd day of April, 1972. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson CoUnty April 6-2-t. This policy is in keeping with a West Virginia law. The policy is to be placed on a printed sign and placed in each school bus, I Supt. Pickens stated. I A request for use of the aud- [itorium at the Page Jackson school for a banquet on July 22, 1972 by the International Marine and Ship Building Union Workers of American, Local 87, was grant- ed; and also a request from Lewis E. Meadows, president of the Harpers Ferry Athletic Club for use of the Harpers Ferry High School baseball field beginning April 1. Policies governing the Athletic program at the new Jefferson High School were discussed at the meeting, but tabled for further discussion at the next meeting. The request which the Jefferson County Education Association made for time off on Wednesday afternoon's for use by the teach- ers as a planning period, was also tabled; as was a request from the Gordon Eismon Chapter of the National Honor Society to donate a sign for the Jefferson High School. Harold Lorenz, director of ath letics, and Jackson Flanigan, pri- NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefic- aries of the Estate of SAMUEL DAVENPORT MOORE, Deceased. i All persons having claims gainst the Estate of Samuel Dav- enport Moore, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to ex- hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned at his office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or be- fore the 10th day of August, 1972, otherwise they may, by law, be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said i estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claim and otherwise protect their inter- est. Given under my hand this 3rd day of April, 1972. P. T. PORTERFIELD Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County April 6-2-t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO the Creditors and Benefici- aries of the Estate of HARRIET C. WELLER, Deceased. Au persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of HARRIET C. WELLER, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to ex- hitS the same, with he vouchers thereof, legally verified to the undersigned at his office in rhe Ci,tizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or be- fore the 10th day of August, 1972; otherwise they, may by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of sid estate may appear on or be- fore said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 3rd day of April, 1972. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County April 6-2-t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the CredRors and Benefici- aries of the Estate of CHAR- LOTTE W. JENKINS, Deceased. All persons having claims a- against the Estate of Charlotte W. Jenkins, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to ex- hiR the same, will e vouchers ereof, leffly verified to the undersigned t his office in the Citizens Office Building, Oha'les Town, West Virginia, on or be- fore the 10th day of August, 1972; otherwise they, may by law, be excluded from aH benefR of sald estate. Alt beneficiaries of id estate may appear on or be- fore sid day to examine said chims ad othervee protect their itere. Given under my hand this 3rd day of April, 1972. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson Coumy April 6-2.t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefic- aries of the Estate of JOHN W. BRADFORD, Deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of JOHN W. BRADFORD, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibR the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally verified, to be undersigned at his office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, W. Va. on or be- fore the 10th day of August, 1972; otherwise they, may by law, be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or be- fore said day to examine said claim and otherwise protest their interest. Given under my hand this 3rd day of April, 1972. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County April 6-2-t. l son High School. The seats will be like those in the Martinsburg Fieldhouse and they are expected to provide seating space for some 1,300 to 1,400 persons. The Vesta Corporation was awarded a contract in the amount of $21,108.02 for furniture and equipment for the C. W. Shipley School and another contract in the amount of $19,432.00 was awarded to the Kyle Company of Clarksburg, some 528 seats for the new Jefferson High School auditorium. Half of the seats will be of the tabled arm t-pe for use in classroom work, Supt. Pickens said. The board will also set a date for the disposal of excess chairs, chair and desks sets and other obsolete items which will not be needed or used in the new school buildings. 250 Attended Blue Gold Banquet Boy Scout Troop No. 39 Some 250 persons were present Saturday night March 25 for the annual Blue & Gold banquet of Boy Scout Troop No. 39 held at the Jefferson County Teen-age Center, North George street, Ran son at which a charter and a host of awards were presented. Unit Commissioner Witlard Lynch presented a Pack Charter for the 15th years to Mr. James Brand, Cubmaster and also a char- ter for the fifth year to Troop No. 39. Mr. Merle LaRue Scoutmaster accepted the charter for the troop. t Awards presented to the Scout Troop members went to Bucky Penwell, tenderfoot award; John Engle and Kirby DeHaven, sec- ond class; Rodney Shiflett, first class; a scholarship merit badge to Frankie Howell and a life SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARM:ER'S THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1972 committeemen and certificates of !appreciation were awarded to Mr. [Herbie Snyder and Eagle Scout, who was the speaker for the pro gram and to Mrs. William Foley, Mrs. Howell and Mrs. Edward Pen well. 3Ir. Jack Shiflett, treasurer, was presented a money keepsake coin for ms excellent work with award to Mike Foley. ers from the members One-year pins went to Steve troop. --..- Crawford, Gary Scott and Kirbv DeHaven: a t:o-year pin went to were Easter visitors Daniel White and a five-year pin ther, Mr. and Mrs. to Merle LaRue. ton and Dianne. Mr. LaRue also presented a mec Mr. and Mrs. hanic trophy to Mr. William Foley and daughter of the troop and Mrs. Peggy LaRue was presented a bouquet of flow- CHECK THE FOR Complete Electrical Heating-Insulation- Free Estimates ELLSWORTH ELECTRIC Charles Town Road -- Martinsburg, W. Phone: Call Coiled: 725-8080 Martinsburg - Ford Pinto Wagon with Squire option and it's Pinto Wagon packs a lively 2000-cc. engine. Holds over 60 cu. ft .... handsomely. Has a liftgate that goes up and out of the way for easy loading. And the Pinto Wagon offers the Squire option: wood- grained side paneling, super-soft, pleated vinyl seats, deluxe interior decor--in addition to Pinto Wagon standards like front disc brakes, a fold- down rear (2nd) seat and carpeting in cargo area. See your local Ford Team-small car specialists JEFFERSON COUNTY MOTORS, 100 South West Street Charles ToW00, All.new Ford Pinto Wagon beats the four leading little for r00rgo area, engine size... DEMOCRAT "When you get down to it, the job of our Delegate in Charleston is to see that our fair share of state taxes comes back to Jefferson County to improve roads, schools, law enforcement, and other public services. "A Delegate should know a great deal about how govern- ment works. I believe my experience in local, state and federal government can be useful to Jefferson County." Paid Political Advertisement (By Citizens For Starry) Pd. Adv. (Apr. 13-20-27-May 4) HOUSE OF DELEGATES FOR ROBERT "D0nald"l/IT ELECT i ii OF CHARLES TOWN TO BOARD Of EDUCATION (Non-Partisan) PRIMARY ELECTION  MAY 9, 1972 Your Support Will Be Greatly SILAS STARRY