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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, April 14, 2005 Toni Milbouriie 535-6851 It has been a busy week at a-Thon this week, National Li- our home as spring sports take brary Week. All readers, any off in full force and there have age, are encouraged to get a been many meetings and oth- read-a-thon form and seek spon- - er stuff I have attended. It has sors who are willing to pledge been a pleasure, however, tomoney for the amount of pag- just get out and walk around, es you read. The event will run The trees along Washington fromApril l0 to Mother's Day in i Street in Bolivar are beauti- May. Sponsors are to be collect- ful as they bloom. Get out and ed to pledge toward the hum- enjoy it before the hot weather ber of pages, number of books creeps in and the humidity is or just a flat pledge for all you : too oppressive, read. Anyone who is interested Harpers Ferry is welcome to join in. The more Alumni Celebration participants, the more funds we : The 75th birthday celebra-can raise for the building proj- -tion at Harpers Ferry Middle ect. School is coming up fast. A spe- If you are not excited about : cial event will be held on May 6, participating as a reader, why . at 7 p.m. at the school. Includ- not sponsor someone. You can : ed will be performances by the call the library to get the name : band and chorus, an open house, of a participant, or call me. We and reminiscing thorughout the can provide you with all infor- school. Refreshments will bemation needed to encourage served and a time capsule to be someone to read for a great opened on the 100th birthdaycause! will be dedicated. A 40s dance Remember that this week, all will end the evening, books are fine free, so look un- ~ All alumni are encouraged der the beds, behind the sofa, or. : to attend the event. Bring pic- wherever those books might be "tures for the capsule and come hiding and return them at no join in for an exciting evening of cost. fun and memories. Birthday Wishes Library Read-A-Thon Happy birthday notes go out The library kicked off Read-this week to Cindy Fridley, Mary Sosnicki, Bonnie Harsh, nature, the department is call- Claire Martin and our own ing for help from the citizens. Maggie Milbourne who turns Anyone who is interested in six! volunteering in any capacity, Anniversary not just firefighting and rescue Congrats calls, is encouraged to call the Our best wishes for their an- station Monday through Fri- niversary go out to John and day between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Stacey Ours this week. Watch here for more informa- Breakfast at Neersville tion. For those of you who headed Women's Club out to Neersville for the break- The Women's Club annu- fast Saturday, I understand al Herb F~ir is scheduled for they had some difficulty with May 7. They will provide hang- the power company and that ing plants this year, as well caused the cancellation. They as herbs, perennials, annuals, do plan to reschedule and as baked goods, books on garden- soon as that happens, I will let ing and a new addition, hand- you know. made troughs for flowers. Mark Fire Department Notes your calendar to get out and The officers and members of shop early. Watch for more de- the Friendship Fire Company tails. would like to apologize to the Final Notes citizens for its inability to con- Continue to look for ways duct the annual Easter Bazaar you can support your commu- this year. The ever-increasing nity. Remember the fire depart- demand for fire and rescue ser- ment's call for help and give vice has taken its toll on the en- time and/or resources if you tire membership and addition- are able. Continue to keep your al time, previously available for neighbors in prayer. Also, con- the company to conduct fund- tinue to report events and news raising and community orient- items. I will do my best to keep ed activities, has severely de- up with everything and get you creased, more detailed information on t To continue programs of this items of interest to you. Fri April 15, 2005 beginning at 5 Pit Sat April 16, 2005 beginning at 9 Jefferson County resident Pam Parziale received the Governor's Distinguished Arts Award for Lifetime Achieve- ment on Monday, April 4, at the Cultural Center, Charles- ton: Governor Joe Manchin announced the winner of the award at the public awards cer- emony. Parziale is recognized for her rare combination of work- ing artist, arts administrator, and arts activist. Parziale has a long-time commitment to the arts in West Virginia and Jef- ferson County in particular. Since 1971, Pare has been a full time studio potter, and owns and operates Sycamore Pottery with her husband, Ren. She has served on the West Vir- ginia Commission on the Arts, was a founding member of the Arts Advocacy West Virginia Foundation, and has served as a panelist for the National En- dowment for the Arts. Parziale is a graduate of Col- by College, Watterville, Maine. With her husband, she has re- ceived numerous commissions, including the Smithsonian In- stitute; National Park Service, Harpers Ferry; and the Nation- al Trust For Historic Preserva- tion. Exhibitions of her work in- Pam Parziale with Governor Joe Manchin and her husband, Ren Pa~iale. clude the West Virginia Jur- led Exhibition, the Governor's Mansion Arts & Letters series, WV Cultural Center, "Celebra- tion of West Virginia Women in the Arts" Stifel Fine Arts Cen- ter, Oglebay Institute, Wheel- ing. Parziale has had numer- ous articles published in the "Crafts Report," "Ceramic Monthly" and "ArtWorks." On receiving the award from Governor Manchin, Parziale thanked the governor, Secre- tary of the Arts and Education, Kay Godwin and Commission- er of Culture and History, Troy Body for their commitment to the arts. She said, "West Vir- ginia has been good to me. Our family has been raised here, I have made deep and endur- have a sense of purpose to my life. I could not ask for more." According to Commission- er Body, the Governor's Arts Awards were reinstated for the first time in the 21st century. Body said, "The arts are abso- lutely essential to both the eco- nomic well-being and quality of life here in West Virginia." The ceremony and reception was hosted by West Virginia na- tive and academy award nomi- nee Morgan Spurlock, who cre- ing friendships, had opportuni- ated the ,award winning docu- i ties to succeed in my work, and mentary Super Size Me." t~ AUCTION ~r AUCTION ~r AUCTION "* AUCTION "* AUCTION * 0 c p o ,I( We will offer for sale the following Items located in Keameysville, WV. z From Chades Town, WV go to Kearneysvllle light and make a right. Go approx. 1 mile and turn leff to sale--OR-- From 1.81 take exit 12 to ~. Kearneysville light and make a left. Go approx. 1 mile and turn left to Sue Brownsmith, realtor for Long & Foster, was recognized with O sale. Watch for signsl an award as one of the Top Twenty Producers for Units Sold for 3' ! ! . 2004 for the entire Long & Foster Northern Virginia/West ~rtrgin- ia Region at the annual awards ceremony held on March 25 at the ~o,w, -, -- : Ritz Carlton Hotel, Tysons Corner, Va. Z 0 |,)' O The award, presented by company founder and chairman, Wes q Foster, recognizes the hard work put forth to settle over 70 units O NEW BUILDING ~tllERNU.--200+ 2x4'$, 100+ 2x $, 100+ 2x2% 50+ lx s~ in a year. Measuring performance in units over the entire re- < 50+1x10's,4Ot2xlg's,20+2x12's, 3$C~ofmoftm~es,4xSpbImnd, oth~ Z gion makes this a highly coveted award among the top producing ~ lumber some treated, 20 pro-hung extedor and Int~or doom, some ein~e, ~- agents in Long & Foster. Z some double, some solid wood, some wi glass, 1 mobile home door, 20 > Sue Brownsmith said, '~rhis award means a lot to me and I want ~ windows, some Anderson, 6 garage doom, 7x16, 3-7x9, 2-10x10 wi openers, {~ to thank the entire team for helping to make this possible." o fancy po~ colunms, imdor and exteflor stqm, interior and ext~ier e4Nndles --! .~ and newds, sof,t, fa J=, ridgevent, ddp edge, single and double vanities, O toilets, tubs, showers, some wi doom, medicine cabinets, laundnj sink, 18 pc. Z i de ~ sst of pine cabin 12 pc. sst of Oak cabinsts, other cabinsts, cabinst * 2005 DCP Enrollment Un rway R hardware, llghts,~exhaustfan, slnks,4x8panaling, sholving, mstal roofing, roils of plastic, caq:~ wood flooring, hot water tank, paint, attic ~ John B. Rader, Executive Director of USD,~s Farm Service 0 laddem, plumblng&deddcsuppllu, lotsofhsrdwamand~nefumiture. M : Agency in West Virginia announced that sign-up for the 2005 Di- ~ New gates, new 8x12x6 dog kennel, patio blocks, tools, hand tool=, gar~m : rect and Counter-Cyclical Payment Program (DCP) is underway ~ tools, lot= of new latin and garden suppli--, trash cans, CraRanum lathe, at the 'USDA Service Centers and that producers may also enroll Z band saw, radial arm saw, scroll saw, =dr compressor, chain hoist and tripod, i online. O screw guns, nail guns, cases of screws and nails, new ladders, 10 sections "More than $12 billion in payments to America's farmers have ~ of sldlt rail= and 8x8 shed. O O Sectlens of Antique of Rod Iron Fence, 5 gallon milk can w/B&O brass O < sticker, 2 gallon brass bucket, Barbie car (NIB), Chdstmss angels, Z -t( butchedng kettles & stira, Wlnch~ter.22 rifle, Remington .22 rifle (both X- Z old), Oak porch swing and cuckoo clock. ), Internstional H tractor (good condition), International 414 diesel tractor, 3 pt O plow, 3 pt dlsc, 3 pt brush hog, 6' 3 pt flnlsh mower, 220 Kawssald 4 -I wheeler, Myers power angle snow plow, 16 hp dding mower (like new), push O mowers, weed eater, mower trailer w/title, Craftsman lawn trailer, golf cart, t( chickens and holfer cane=. ~EB~ : CASH OR GOOD CHECK ID I;~QUIRED TO ACQUIRE A BIDDING NUtlBE~ NOTHING TO BE RE~OVF.D UMZL SETTLED FO~ ALL ~ SALE ~YT~0 0 PRECEOENCEOVERALLAOVERTISlI~.ALLIIE~SOLDIe~EISASlS. -I < MR. WALIEIIWALI.$ been made since the DCP Program was authorized under the 2002 Farm Bill," said Rader. "USDA is marking the third year of this key 2002 Farm Bill program by offering producers the option to sign up for the 2005 DCP online as part of USDA's e-Government initiative." : The electronic DCP service allows producers to choose 2005 DCP payment options, assign crop shares and sign and submit their contracts electronically from any computer with Internet ac- ~. cess. Participants no longer have to visit their USDA Service Cen- ter to complete these tasks and can view and print out submitted contract options at any time. " The user-friendly service saves producers time, reduces paper- : work and speeds up contract processing at USDA Farm Service : Agency (FSA) offices. The voluntary service is available to all pro- ducers who are eligible to participate in DCP and who have ob- tained eAuthentication accounts. The service has strict security measures to protect participants' private information. The electronic service is now available online at http://www. default.htm. To access the service, eligi- ble producers must have an active USDA eAuthentacation Level ~2 account, which requires filling out an online registration form : at followed by a visit to the local : USDA Service Center for identity verification. More information on DCP is available at USDA Service Centers and on FSA's website at OWNER/876-3679 Edgar A. Bohror, Sr. ,c #18 EdgarA. Bohiror, Jr. LIC.$1104 -I : BONDED & INSURED (304) 229-8354 o. Z WEB SITE- EMAIL - 0 CLERKS: BOHRER & SHRECK p o ( 1 NOTE: NI building matedal new or like new condition. Not many box Iotsl -.I = O < Not responsible for accidents on premises. Lunch rights reserved Z AUCTION -k- AUCTION ,k- AUCTION ,k- AUCTION "# AUCTION "k- OF Valuable Real Estate, Antique 61assware, Tractors, Tools & Misc. LOC4TIO #: Jefferson County Fairgrounds, located 3 miles west Charles Town, WV and 2 miles east of Leatown, WV on SecondarY Oak drop-leaf table, washstand, claw footed table, 2-ser front washstand w/towel bar, 5 drawer chest w/mirror, bed (cut down), stands; poplar jelly cupboard & washstand;1 safe (softwood); corner cupboard (homemade); large 4 safe w/gallery (turned legs); Empire chest; Pine cupboard; drawer spool cabinet; 2 drawer spool cabinet; 3 stand; Wuditzer piano; Grandmothers clock (Germany); Duncan Phyfe drop-leaf table; platform rocker; plant stand deer carvings; marble top stand; Victorian 3/4 bed; EmpireI drawer shaving mirror; modern secretary bookcase; 3 pc. bedroom suite; server; Wicker rocker; mantel clock; Lane chest; large collection of glassware including Nippon, Lim pressed, Iris & Herringbone, green depression, canister wash bowl & pitcher; wooden trenches, bowls, butter large collection of pictures including Victorian prints; modem dolls; numerous table lamps including oil, sene, Aladdin; numerous books including Bushong's Jefferson County; crocks including W.H. Crisman (1 gal); n ous Maytag motor oil cans; B&O RR lantern; collection memorabilia; Gene Autry Wrigley's Gun ad; U.S. McCoy planters; stereo viewer w/cards; 5 iron safe banks; collection including Eisenhower silver dollars, si steel pennies, buffalo nickels, Mercury dimes, Kenned and modem U.S. postage stamps, costume more. Farm & Lain EaulmneM - John Deere Model B, square axle (restored w/rebuilt engine); Satoh S-650 G (894 hours); Woods Dixie cutter (model M5); 3 pt. hitch, 2 plow (Pittsburgh); 3 pt. hitch disk; 2 bottom plow w/ Wizard riding mower (36 in.); Dynamark riding mower in.); Statesman tiller; Agrotec sprayer (26 gal); 19112 I.uml Car (62,500 miles). Guns - Hamilton 22 rifle #27 gun; Remington 22 single shot; Savage model 6670, 410 White Powder Wonder, 12 ga. Single shot; J. Stevens lever auction; H.R. model 922 pistol, boot pisto collection of hand & garden tools; wooden planes; store platform scales; wet/dry vac.; air compressor; wooden other items from the four garages far too numerous to list. view: At 12:00 loon, I will offer for sale two real estate. (Auction of real estate will be held at the Jbflbrs Cou y Fairgrounds), Panml #1 L 221 Hawthorne Ave Summit Point, WV DESCRIPTION: First Roor:, Living room, dining room, kitchen w/fireplace, half (1/2) bath and laundry room, Second Floor:, Three (3) bedrooms, full bath and foyer, full-unfinished basement, two-car garage (24x24) and garage (16x24). Amenities include oil heat, central air, hardwood floors, appli chain link fence, new roof & black top driveway. Approximately! sq. ft. of living space. Close proximity to stores, library, SumS! Point Races, and Winchester, Virginia. Excellent condition! Property recorded in the office of the Jefferson County Clerk, Jeffe County, West Virginia in Deed Book 201 Page 204. Lot #1 (103x15g! o .f sale on Real Estate: A non-refundable Cashier's Check! Cash in the- nt of $10,000, paid on day of sale, with the balanC due upon delivery of deed not to exceed 45 days from date of sale. i mmit Point, West vir (From Summit Point Rd, turn right on Church St left on Pleasant AlleY,I property on right.) A 1.14 acre building lot, improved with a one-car gara (12x18), electricity & well. Property hae been perked four bedroom home. Property recorded in the office of the Jefferson County Clerk, Jeffer = County, West Virginia in Deed Book 362 Page 667. Lot (150x333) Terms of sale on Real Estate: A non-refundable Cashier's Ched( Cash in the amount of $5,000, paid on day of sale, with the balanC k, Estate of Goldle Dunn ~B~" Goldle Dunn was a lifelong ths former postmistress. She was also a vet} Point Un#ed Methodist Church. Due to the this estate must be seen to be appreciated. This is only a partial listing. ORDER OF SALE: r-rlday, April 15: Box lots, tools, misc. items Saturday, Apd116: furniture, glassware (11 a.m.-tractors & attachments, car, lawn equipment, guns). Please be prompt on Saturday, there will be no box lots. PREVIEW: Friday, April 15, 5.'00 p.m.-8:00 Announcements at sale time take L. NIBERT, TERMS OF SALE: Cash or check with proper ID. Not responsible for accidents. Luncheon .=:ghts reserved. Shenandoah Junction, WV Phone: 304/876-2418 Email: Clerks: Bowers & Nibert