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and I ARMER'8 AI)VOCgI'E ]5 W 0 v eune ua,uio " By JUSTIN GRIFFIN County, are a mixed bag in that of 1,026 crats help to beat back a primary chal- Special to the Spirit ballots cast, 488 have been Democrats. lenge from Jack Hefestay, the commit- There have been 335 Republican ballots tee's preferred candidate and the favor- cast. That bit of information seems en- ite among Tabb's Republican colleagues CHARLES TOWN -- The dustup couraging to Democrats. on the county commission, Caleb Hud- over Jefferson County voters chang- The nonpartisan voters, of which there son, Peter Onoszko and Josh Compton, ing their party registrations apparently have been 201, have decidedly gone Re- all of whom have formally endorsed hasn't affected the early voting turnout, publican. One hundred thirty-nine non- Hefestay. Nikki Painter, the county's chief depu- partisan voters have requested Repub- Onoszko is also facing primary a chal- ty clerk for elections and voter registra- lican ballots while 60 have requested lenge from Republicans David Tabb and tion, said on Monday that the early vot- Democratic ballots. Gary Cogle and COP party leaders have ing numbers, so far, are about average Last week, the secretary of state's been concerned that increasing turnout for an off-year election, election commission dismissed a com- for Tabb would also affect the outcome "It looks like some of the local rac- plaint by the county's Republican Exec- of Onoszko's race. Like Hefestay, Ono- es went negative," Painter said. "And utive Committee that County Commis- szko has the backing of COP leaders. when that happens, the turnout spikes in sioner Jane Tabb was hurting Republi- The election commission ruled unani- some cases." cans' prospects after she invited Demo- mously last week that Tabb's actions did This year, however, that's not the case, cratic voters to change their party affili- not rise to the level of a campaign vio- according to Painter. "It doesn't seem to ation to independent in order to vote for lation. have affected the turnout," she said. her in the primary. Early voting continues through Satur- The early voting numbers in Jefferson Tabb, a Republican, sought Demo-day. The primary election is Tuesday. Shepherdstown book sale a FOSL fundraiser SHEPHERDSTOWN - It's nearly time for one of the Friends of Shepherdstown Library's biggest fund- raisers of the year - the book sale held at the Shep- herdstown Community Club's War Memorial Build- ing over Mother's Day weekend. While the book sale happens May 12 and 13, there's a special early bird event from 6 to 8 p.m. on May 11. Tickets are $10 to the wine and cheese reception, but those who come get first choice in shopping for books. The book sale goes on from 10 aan. to 4 pan. May 12 and from 10 aan. to 2 pan. on May 13. Starting at noon on Day 2, there will be special price reductions on all remaining items, organizers say. Organizers say community members can help by signing up to volunteer and also by gathering and donating books, CDs and DVDs to the sale. Items may be dropped off at the War Me- :ofSh#P morial Building from 10 aan. to 4 pan. starting May 9 and continuing through May 11. Orga- nizers say they cannot accept VCR tapes, text- books, Reader's Digest Condensed Books or National Geographic or any other magazines. "We need many volunteers to organize the items for the book sale. You may volunteer for a few hours or all day," organizers say. Any- one who wants to volunteer is asked to contact Larry Blash ( or 240- 357-0186). t / V'5 Jefferson County Property Transactions April 23-27, 2018 F.McNutt;LT23andResidueLT24,sEC Anthony P. Creeden and Christina 3 C; Kabletown District; $11,000.00 Creeden to Shane A. Woodward and Gregory A. Corliss Jr. Co-Exeoutor, Mary Candice L Woodward; LT49; Charles Elizabeth Noble Co-Executor, Gregory A. George E. Fries and Kery A. ties to Rob- Town District; $382,000.00 Codiss Estate, Mary Elizabeth Noble and eft T. Raffel and Monica B. Raffel; PCL GregoryA. Codiss Jr. to Charles James fronting West Side River Road, CT 6.0624 ILA Properties Inc. to Jason L Marcus McDonough Jr.; LTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, ACS, S/T 20-feet Non-Exclusive RJW; and Alicia N. Marcus; LT 19; Charles Town SEC L; Harpers Ferry District; $15,000.00 Shepherdstown District; $137,500.00 Corporation; $200,000.00 Orion LLC to Matthew Ryan Smith; LTS Christopher K. Dabrowski and Barbara Terrence L. Ring, Theresa A. Ring, 86, 87, 88, 89, g0, 91, 94, 110, 118, 134, Dabrowski to Jeremy Ryan Chris- Rodney Lane Ring and Sara M. Ring 135, 136, 137, and 138, SECA; Harpers man; LT27, SEC 1; Kabletown District; to Candace Faye Ring and Hannah Ferry District; $3,500.00 $415,000.00 Elizabaeth Ring; LT 99, fronting 85-feet West Side King street; Middlway District; Karen M. Clinton, Jennifer M. Gaul FKA, Jenny Zhu and Nebiyu Eshetu to Jorge $35,000.00 Jennifer Oemoney to Lowe Investment Mejia MarUnez; LT 357, PH VI-B, SEC B; Properties LLC; LT 1, CT 0.4424 ACS; Ranson Corporation; $184,900.00 Adam T. Franzen and Amy M. Franzen Shepherdstown District; $106,000.00 to Daniel Z. Johnson and Christine M. Robert E. Acevedo to Cherd Mosey; LT Johnson; LT 24, SEC 24-J; Chades Town Henry E. Worcester IV to Mark A. Bender; 6, CT 0.53 AC; Shepherdstown District; District; $220,000.00 LTS 1 and 2, CT 2.221 ACS, T/W 40- $120,000.00 foot Access EAS; Middleway District; Matthew D. Miller to Kenneth L. Wessells; $299,000.00 Arcadia Communities LLC SUC and Arca- LT 7, CT 1.0764, SEC E; Shepherdstown dia Communities Inc. to Mark D. "lqmmons District; $205,000.00 Donald J. Orser to Douglas E Quigley; and Donna J. Timmons; LT 236, PH 5; LTS 19 and 20, SEC 10J; Chades Town Chades town Corporation; $380,896.00 Donald L. Smoot to Brenda B. Garbdel District; $32,000.00 and Tamara Twaddle; LT 32, PH II; Ran- James J. Milano, Kathryn E. Milano, son Corporation; $250,000.00 Patrick L. Marrone and Betfi A. Marrone Barbara M. Keenan and Mary A. O'Bden to Teagan A. Harvey and Julie Desro- to T. Todd Hough and Susan B. Hough; Seneca Trustees Inc. SUB TR, Darrell E. chers; LT 284; Chades Town District; PCL CT 76.413 ACS; Kabletown District; Cramer Jr. Property and Susie M. Cramer $159,000:00 $500,000.00 Property to MCGL Company LLC; LTS 1, 2 and 3, SEC 64; Chades Town Distdct; James Santos and Rita S. Santos to JC 2017 LLC to Bdan L. Davis and Jen- $109,501.00 Howard M. Wachtel and MarieA. Tyler- hirer K. Davis; LT 10; Shepherdstown McGraw, Made A. Tyler McGraw; LT 7; District; $379,000.00 Shepherdstown District; $315,000.00 Richard D. Minard and Jane E. Ruberg to Kelly Browne and Cassandra Browne; LTS4, CT 10 ACS and LT 6, CT 10 ACS; Kabletown District; $530,000.00 Joseph C. Coenen and Shannon L. Cosnen to Michel S. McNutt and Wendy Pill and Pill PLLC SUB TR and Edward J. Walsh Jr. Property to R & Shepherds Grade LLC to JC 2017 LLC; D Investments LLC; LTS 10, 11 and LTS 1, 2, 3 and 4- Residue; Shepherd- 12, SEC 2-C; Charles Town District; stown District; $240,000.00 $45,101.00 Steven W. Knott, Margaret K. Ogg and Michael Andryshak to Jessica Andryshak Lisa Knott AIF to JC 2017 LLC; PCL C, to Seth Non Escalante and "tiffany Lynn CT 37.037 ACS; Shepherdstown District; Escalante; LT 3, SEC 1; Charles Town $302,000.00 District; $300,000.00 Sponsored by: Eastern REALTY recognized by Panhandle Board of Reators Uz MoDonaid Blood How can our award winning beam help you wibh selling, buying, or properby managemenb? V'sib us: online ab or give us a call! nie Shupe Melissa Francis 1 13 W. Washington St. Charles Town, WV 25414 304.885.0772 Liz McDonald, Broker ~t~u .e~lTINm' "(~EALTOI~ 24 N, King St. 31 S. Braddock St. #206 Leesburg, VA 20176 Winchester, VA 22601 703.665,7099 540.931.9366 Patrick Blood, Broker g, leads, sOppOrt please give Realtor, ABR, CRS me a call. Cell: 1-304-671-3183 peggy.burcker@longandfoster.corn 91 Saratoga Drive, Charles Town, WV 25414 M. Margle Barges, Broker PdNTRY NEEDS ,/LAUNDRY PETERGENT ,/PAPER TOWELS ,/TOILET PAPER ,/SYRUP ,/PANCAt~ MIX / JELLY / FRUIT COCETAIL ,/CANNED FRUITS ,/SLOPPY JOE / SPAM ,/SPAGttETTI SAUCE ,/STUFFING MIX CtOSET N ED$ The Clothing Closet will be closed through Fri May 4 to replace cold weather clothing with warmer weather clothing. During this time, we will not be able to distribute cloth- ing to our clients or receive donations. We apologize for any inconvenience In a Berlin nightclub, as the 1920s draw to a t:los a garish Master of Ceremonies welcomes the audience and assures them they will forget all their troubles at the Cabaret. With the emcee's bawdy songs as wry commentary, Cabaret explores the dark, heady, and tumultuous life of Berlin's natives and expatriates as Germany slowly yields to the emerging Third Reich. The 1966 Broadway production became a hit, inspiring numerous subsequent productions. Seniors (65+) & Students (18-25): $19 A Community Thrift!' Store 115 N. Charles St (304) 725-660 :, # Operated by dedicated volunteers; all proceeds ar~'5~ed to enhance programming and maintain Charles Town's historic Old Opera House. The Old Opera House 204 N. George Street Charles Town, WV 25414 (304) 725-4420