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4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1978 mention went to Patty Mead. There was a total d 17 entries. SUMMIT POINT The club discussed the Mrs. JoyceRudoiph newsletter and chose May as Dial 7-7909 clean-up month at Community Center. A motion was made to adjourn by Clay Morris and TO HOLD seconded by Fred WiLt. Program HYMN SING Energy Conservation, was The U.M. Church will hold a given. Refreshments were hymn sing beginning at7 p.m. served. Sunday, April 15, to which the Mrs. Martha Singhas of public is invited. Several singing Bolivar was a Sunday dinner groups will participate but the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl feature of the program will be Poston. "The Family Harmonizers", a Miss Theresa Williams was an group of seven male gospel overnight guest of Miss Mary singers from Washington, D.C. Walker in Middleway. They Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire, accompanied Miss Connie and in company with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Debbie White to the Paul Chapman, of Rippon, were bowling alley in Pikeside to guests of the Bodington Ruritan celebrate Debbie and Connie's Club at its 20th birthday 16thbirthday on Thursday. celebration which was held on Miss Dianne Breeden was a Tuesday of last week in weekend guestofhersisterand Bedington. family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Visitors Sunday at the home of Hoyle and sons in Galthersburg, Mrs. W. J. Furr were her Md. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. The Rippon Go-Getters 4-H and Mrs. Richard Pine, of Club will sponsor a skating party Royce, Va.; her brother-in-law on Thursday, April 20 at 7:30 at and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. the Berryvllle Roller Rink, for Stanley Kelley, of Charles Town, members and guests. and her son-in-law and daughter, Claton Stickles entered the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman Walter Reed Hospital in and son of Leetown. ECW MEETING The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit met on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. David Wood, with six members and the Rev. Mr. Wood present. The meeting was called to order by the president, and was opened with devotions led by the Rev. Mr. Wood, who followed these by leading the discussion of a question and answer program. At its con- clusion the roll was called and a report was made by the treasurer. In the absence of the secretary, no minutes were available. Several items of business were discussed after which the meeting was ad- journed and refreshments were served. Washington on Friday to un- dergo major surgery on his head on Saturday. At this writing he is still very ill. Mrs. Peter Drapans of Ft. Myers, Fla.; Mrs. R. R. Renltiner, Jr., and daughters of Kensington, Md., were weekend guests of their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., and family. Forrest Pritchard was guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., on Monday. Mrs. Austin Nicodemns was a Friday guest of Mrs. David Tabb and daughter in Leetown. Mrs. Leola Painter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman of Mt. Mission; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Viands of Leetown; Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwell of Charles Town, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Mr. and Mrs. James FriLLs. and son of Charles Town, were Miss Ginger Penwell was a visitors Wednesday at the home Sunday guest of Terry Carey in of the latter's RAnson. Mrs. Clifford Rowland. Mrs. Baker Penwell and granddaughter Crystal Williams, attended the surprise birthday party held at the hom of Mr. and Mrs. Harshman in honor of their daughter Sharon's 13th birthday on Saturday. Miss Mary Lamont was an overnight guest of her friend, Miss Terry Breeden on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her sister and family, Mrs. Peggy Hart in Berryville. Congratulations to Brian Whittington, Angela Richards, PUBLIC SALE of Valuable Real Estate To settle the estate of Grace S. Sweeney. I will offer for sale the following parcel of real estate in front of the Jef- ferson County Court House. SATURDAY, APRIL TSth. Beginning At T T:OO A. M. Parcel No. I -- 4 bedroom, living room, dining room and kitchen situated on acre of land located at Walpers Cross Roads. (The house with the columns in front) home has 3 fireplaces, well and septic system. Also 2 baths. In rear of home is a sin. brick home (pre-Revolutionary) with large fireplace. Both will be sold together. Parcel No. 2 -- Lot 8 fronts 50 feet on Route 48 and is 232 feet in depth. Also has 4 room stucco home. (No con- veniences). Parcel No. 3 -- Lots 5, 6 and 7 approximately 150 feet frontage on Route 48 (bi buildings) all three lots will be of- fered as a whole. Parcel No. 4 -- 4 Lots 2 and 3 approx. 154 feet frontage on Route 48. Lot No. 3 is improved with a very old stone and brick home. 6 fireplaces -- 2 of which are in cellar. (No conveniences). Well for water supply. Stone work in this home is excellent. Home has 3 b. r., I. r., d. r., and kitchen.' Both lots and stone house to be offered as a whole. Parcel No. 5 -- Lot 15 close to B. and O. Railroad 125 ft. frontage on street 450 feet deep 100 across rear of lot. Parcel No. 6 -- I/2 lot in Shepherdstown. All of the above parcels are plotted in Jefferson County Court House and located just at the North end of Kear- neysville, W. Va., along Route 48. Except the one in Shepherdstown which is on High St. Terms of Sale: 10 percent down on each property day of sale. Balance due in 30 days upon delivery of deed. References to above property may be found in Deed Book 167 Page 343 and Deed Book 156 Page 350 in Jefferson County Court House Charles Town, W. Va. For information of above real estate, phone 267-4949 or 263-1440, appt. only. Auctioneer-Edward "'Ned" Morrow Mary I. Helgerson Executrix of the Estate of Grace S. Sweeney "dec." "Auctioneer (304-267-4949) Miss Vicki Glassford wa: among the 69 high school girls who competed in the annual Charm Revue, held Saturday in the Jefferson High School auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cooper and sons of Walnut Grove, were visitors on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron and son. BMWS MEETS The Baptist Women's Missionary Society met Thur- sday with Mrs. Goldie Turner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wean. In the absence of the devotional leader, the devotions were led by the present, Mrs. Sherry Drish, who was also in charge of the program. This was concerned with the church's missionary work in Nigeria with a group participation theme. Routine business followed after which the meeting was ad- journed and refreshments were served. Mrs. William Henry and son and Mrs. Kenneth Turner, Jr., and daughter were visitors Thursday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Clayton Stager at Monte View. Their many friends in the community will be happy to know that the Rev. William Kieldsing has accepted a call to the Trinity Episcopal Church in Shepherdstown and that he and Mrs. Kieldsing will move to Shepherdstown from Romney in May. They were residents of Summit Point while the Rev. Kieldsing was Vicar of the Church of the Holy Spirit. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and daughter were visitors Sunday at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee. Mrs. Philip Creamer of Locust Grove, and Mrs. Clayton Stagner were among those at- tending the Charm Revue at the Jefferson High School on Saturday. RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nleodemus Dial 725.9098 _  ___- - --_-- --...=_ - - _- -- _ The Rippon Go-Getters 4-H Club meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Roderick on Wednesday, April 5, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called to order by the president, Michael Boyd. The song and pledge was led by Betsy Bad,rick and Sheri King. The roll call was called. The secretary's report was read and approved. The treasurers report was given by Irvin Propps. For old business, trash can winners were: first place, .00 Dawn Alkire; second, $4.00, Sheri King; third, $3.00, Betsy Roderick; fourth, $2.00 Lisa Skinner; five, $I.00, went to Zi April 13-1t _ _ ANNUAL SALEIm 9 Bulls - 50 Females ' Cows with calves at foot, bred and open heifers. I J Farmers Livestock Exchange Building I  WIn ,ch ester2 Vir g[Qia , i II  '  1 P.M. ,i' / I Simnandoah V alledshorthorn j Breeders Association Dennis McCarty, Sale Mgr. Dolaplane, Virginia Howard Dawkins .. . Auctioneer April 13-1t vote for PETER H. DOUGHERTY Jefferson County MAGISTRATE April 13-1T Authorized by the Candidate PUBLIC SALE A special offering of farm equipment. Having sold dairy herd last fall, I am now offering for sale my farm equipmenl used in our successful dairy operation on Old Annapolis Road just west of Route 75 (west of Linganore High School) 4 miles north of New Market and 1-70; 4 miles south of Md. 26 and Libertytown. SKfURDAY, APRIL 15, 1978 AT 10:30 k M. TRACTORS TRUCKS Duetz D106 105 hp. diesel fully equipped with 125 hours, new condition; MM G050 diesel, under 2000 hours, very good condition; MM M870 diesel very good condition, ready to go; John Deere Model A, completely reconditioned; IH Model Super C, available with 7 ft. sickle bar and mounted 2 row corn planter. 74 Ford F350 with 10 foot cattle bed; 73 GMC with dump and 16 ft. Omaha standard cattle bed and hoist, I yr. old 2 ton; 67 GMC 2 ton all metal high side dump bed; 59 Ford 11/2 ton with gravity flow grainbox; 68 Ford half ton pickup. MACHINERY IH 315 combine with 2 row corn head, 13 foot platform; White 543 plate type corn planter, no till, in good condition, 4 row; Agritoch sprayer, with 36 foot boom, 300 gal. tank; Oliver Model 565 5 bottom barshaar plow with cushion trips; MH I0 foot disc with transport wheels; Case offset disc harrow, 7 foot; 3 section spring tooth harrow; MM16 hoe grain drill with grass seeder attachment; JD13 hoe drill with hydraulic; double roller cultipacker; MM 520 baler with kicker, in very good condition; MC mower conditioner, 9 foot, in good condition; JD sickle bar mounts on A; 2 hay rakes, one with ANTIQUEX wheels; JD 5 ft. rotary trailer type mower; Littleson 7 ft. rotary mower; New Holland bale elevator, 28 ft.; Fox model Super 1050 forage harvester with 2 row corn head and 6 font direct cut, in very good condition; 3 Cobey self unloading forage wagons, two left hand unload, one right hand unload; GChl self-unloading wagon, good condRion; Ill 51 self unloading wagon; Grove self unloading wagon, good condition; Littleson feeder wagon; Fox 50 inch silo blower; Farmway 60 stall barn cleaner; Ford Model 340 skid loader, in good condition; hay and straw for sale on day of sale. TERMS: Cash on day of sale. Md. Sales tax to be collected. Not responsible for accidents. W. H. AND STEVE KENT Nick Nichols-Auctioneor For information on equipment, call 896-7885 Lunch Available @ril 13-1t Tony Ceravalo and Linda Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., and Cunningham on observing their family. respective birthdays this week. Mrs. Betty Eusey of Charles e'4ft Mrs. Peter Drapan, Mrs. R.R. Town; Mr. and Mrs. Austin Everman Reultiner, Jr., and daughters Nicodemus and Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tony Ceravalo were Sunday Pritchard and children, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Ceravalo and family. I III I I 103S. LAWRENCE ST. DOUGHERTY ELECTRIC CHAR LES TOWN, W.V,A. PHONE (304) 725-2198 FREE ESTIMATES NEW AND OLD WORK NO JOB TOO SMALL Call Before 9 A. M. and After 6 P. M. April 6-4t. 725.8693 VALUABLE ANTIQUE AUC110N Due to fire in Stone House Antique Shop in Harpers Ferry, W. i Va., (Across from Railroad station) the following 8 rooms of antique furniture and glassware will be sold. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1978 Beginning at 10:00 A. M. Oak roll top desk, marble top desk, oak secretary, period queen ann sideboard, 8 marble top washstands, 4 marble top dressers, 3 brass beds, 2 drop leaf tables (oak), sideboards and brake fronts, East Lake; marble top jelly safe, late Victorian sofa, red velvet; Victorian chair, pier mirror 9', hunt boi, round tables, 2 sets East Lake chairs, Red velvet bed and Eincoln Rocker, repro.; 4 crystal chandeliers, 3 oak hall trees and umbrella stands, oak dressers and chests, armoires, glass showcase, wash bowls and pitchers, 40 piece bisque, paintings, frames, mirrors, 65 pieces cut crystal, Flo blue, blue willow dishes, 50 pieces brass, cement statue, bow face china cabinet, clawfeet; electronic organ, file cabinet, safe, paddle boat wheel, and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE: Cash - Nothing to be Removed Until Settled For. AUCTIONEER:PIumlee and Orndorff Not Responsible for Accidents On Premises Guards On Duty KEN NORTON, OWNER STONE HOUSE ANTIQUE SHOP ta AUCTIONEER Darwin K. Pluml t 1 Hedgesville W. Vs. I* . 754-8874 or 263-5651 April 13-1t To Help Freshen Your Home for Beautiful Silk Flowers- Readymade or Make Them Custom Picture Framin FREE ESTIMATES Macrame Supplies & Macrame Every Thursday Evening 6,30 P.M. -- 9:00 p.M. CALL US . CONCRETE MIX We Handle All Concrete Jobs Professionally CARPORTS * PATIOS * SIDEWALKS * BASEMENT POURING-FINISHING J FREE TURF Est,mates PROC Division of Tud Enterprises Ph. 725-7612 or725-9233 Charles TOWn' Come In And Join Us For Sunday Dinner OUR SPECIAL Baked Pork Tenderloin, Choice of Two Vegetables,Salad, Hot Rolls, Butter and Desert * '3.95 JEFFERSON INN ROUTE 9 - CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. Open Man. - Thurs., II a.m. - 9 p.m. FRI. & SAT., II a.m.- Midnight Sunday II a.m. - 4 p.m. Da/ly tmlcbs Sl.9S ALSO PIZZA & SUBS TRUCKLOAD HORSE FEED BIG SPRING SALE At The The Silk Mill Sales Beginning April 17 thru May i 3, 1978 All Spring Material reduced Winter stock E/ price or less Remnants E/ price Irregulars $ i.00 and $ !.50 per yard SILK MILL SALES ROOM 707 Stonewall Drive Behind the 7 - I 1 Store, Across Quality Inn - Front Royal, Va. 22630 HOURS: Monday thru Friday- 8:30 o.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday - 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Save 50 on each 50 pounds purchased through April 13, ! 4 & 15 Now's the time to stock up and save on the horse feeds that promote superior fitness and perfor- mance. There's a Southern States Feed for every horse and every feeding program. SALE PRICE Brood Mare Special Colt Helps insureMaker conception, good condition and healthYs4.fo.] CLIFFSIDE Feed during the first year for outstanding growth and vigor Performance Champion Unsurpassed in promoting stamina and performance S440 MOTOR IN Located On U.S. Route 340, Silver Stirrup S39o A good, well-balanced feed for pleasure horses Bonanza The all-in-one complete feed that lets you place less $ 3 e o emphasis on forage Vim.N.Vigor $8 High-powered premium supplement for foals and show animals Come in and save money on any of the above feeds now SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Co-op 302 M.  St.- Ransom, W.Vo. PHONE: 725-2212 On the Completion and openi Large and Spacious Resta Lounge last Week. This newest business facility is a real asset munlties of Bolivar and Harpers Ferry and to son County and this section. It's all New, All Modern and a Enjoyable Place OF 00RPER00 HARPERS FERRY l WEST VIRGI Member FDIC-- Member Federal