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22 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BUNGALOW: Ban.son. 4 rms, basement, alum. sid- ing - excellent condition. Only $24,S(X}. Must sell to settle estate. WESTRIDGE HILLS: 3 lots, $3,500. WOODLAND: il Acs, Mt. area, spring/stream, long road frontage. $25,000. HARPERS FERRY MT. CLUB: 4 lots, home, Ig. storage bldg. Offers privacy. mR THESE AND OTHER LISTINGS. ALFRED R. LINAWEAVER, Br. 725-9111 Three Bedroom Frame Home situate ou 5th Avenue in Ranson - Just remodeled completely inside-Kitchen- Living Room.Bath-Utility Room-Oil Heat- T/ds Home/~leed M the ~ ToMLLff Two Story Three Bedroom Completely Renovated Home within one block of Downtown Business Section- Can easily serve as residence and Office-Large Kitch- en-Living Room-l% Baths- Large Lot with small brick cottage that goes with property-Fananang ava,able to GUAttFI|D Pcwson. TWO STORY ~CCO DWELLING with negotiable amount of acreage and outbuildings situate in an ideal rural setting on Ridge Road approx. 3 miles S/W of Slmpberdstown. Call for further details. BE PREPARED TO ENJOY YOUR SUMMER- at this well constructed Frame and Masonry Home Fronting on the Potomac River Near Moler's Cross Roads - Three Bedrooms - Two Baths - Large Combination Kit- chen - Dining and Family Room on Ground Floor. Built for Year round Living - Electric Heat - Fireplace - Spacious Deck.Doep water boating and fishing right at your front yard. Shown by AaWo~Mn'MnCr ONtY! VERY ATTRACTIVE -*ALI~ BRICK- Three Bedroom Home - Situated in desirable development on Potomac River near Bakerton. Large Living Room - Modern Built-in Kitchen including Range - Ref. - Dishwasher & Disposal- Dining Room,- 1 Baths - Laundry Room - Garage - Carpeted - Central A/C - Public Water- All Electric Gold Medallion Home. Property includes Waterfront lot on Potomac River in Prime Boating and Fishing Area. #nspectlon by Appointment ONLY# RANS0N REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE C0 ]N C. AVENUE-- SON, W.VA. A Cem/~eto Inmte~nee & IIMol btato ~kkndc@ OUR COMMISSION RATE ONLY 5% FRANCIS M. FRYE PHONE: 725-7071 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 6,1982 44t Leader's Association Meeting Success ' Sunday from a weekend with The MacgilIs bad also her daughter and son-in-law, visited another siste'r ,x,s. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Conklyn, John Schaub in Ballston in Lancaster, Pa. They drove N.Y. Bucknell University to We wish to extend our sincere sympathy to Nancy, Roth and her family in the loss by death of a younger brother, Douglass Luber d Baltimore, Md. Mrs. T.H. Stiles, Schenectady, New York, returned to her home after visiting her mother Mrs. Nelson A. Coleman and uncle E. Guy Davis. A lot of "4-H Spirit" and county and recognize 4-H LEETOWN enthusiasm was evident at the leader accomplishments. Mrs. Ruth Locke April meeting of the Jefferson They also raise funds to Dial 725-8309 County 4-H Leader'ssend 4-H club members to ~.LA.L~.LA-~'L. Association. state 4-H camps, make vm- v~wv'vv~-'v'~'~ 1982 Association Officers provements at the Camp are (left to right) Denny Frame 4-H Camp, the Jef- Mrs, R: Moreland entered Barren - president, Phyllis ferson County Fairgrounds the Winchester Memorial Grantham - vice president, and the Jefferson County Hospital Sunday May 2nd, to Fie Brown secretary, and Lu Community Center. All tbree have surgery Tuesday. Mrs. Catrow, treasurer. This hard of these facilities were built to Moreland has been suffering working group of volunteer 4- promote 4-H youth develop- with her shoulder for some H leaders along with the other meat activities, time and we hope she will get many 4-H leaders of Jefferson The Jefferson County 4-H some relief. County work year round to Leader's Association isKathy Blue Dilley had a identify leader training needs making plans to help with the lirthday this week on Sunday help plan and conduct all May 15 Camp Frame 4-H her dad Marion Blue took the county 4-H activities, develop Chicken Barbecue and the following to breakfast at Cliff spirit and unity in the operation of the "Hot Dog" Side MotelMrs. John Poland program, help tell the "4-H stand at the 1982 Jefferson Martinsburg, Dot Blue, Mrs. story" to the citizens of the Count' ' Fair. Warren Collls, Mrs. Winston Dllley and Chad, Wes Dilley ~A'~~.~A~.~ University at the same time. and Mrs. James Locke, to -.~'~'~'~vvvv'~-t The families became fast celebrate her birthday. Itwas CHARLES TOWN friends when they were neigh- a beautiful drive and the Mrs. H. H. Hunter bors in the same apartment meal was delicious. Dial 725-5239 house at that time. Mrs. Mayo Snyder of t,~~~- Margaret Louise(Missy)Martinsburg spent the ,~-~v.~'~'~-~'~'~.v Bloom of Alexandria, Va. weekend with Mrs. Zack NEWS ITEMS spent the past weekend with Fleming. her grandparents Mr. and Short news: HouseCleaning "Idylls of Grace," authored Mrs. John Lyter. Missy,time hope to do better next by Louise Evelyn Walraven daughter of the late Harry S. week. and published by Greater Bloolrb is a second-year National Society of Published student at George Washington ~ ~ ~ A A ~ ~ ~ Poets will he listed with University in Washington, v~r'qr'vvvv'vv-w other authors in the July D.C. where she is majoring in HARPERS FERRY bulletin of the Authors Guild the study of Psychology. Mrs. Lee Miller and Writers League, published in New York City by BUSY VACATION: Dial 535-6508 Kathryn and Warren Lusby aAAa~a~a~a~a these organizations. "Horses of Orchard Hills have -.~.~-~,~,~.~v'~'vv, and Horsemanship" also returned to their home after One square of the Harpers authored by Miss Walraven vacationing at the home of Ferry Quilt shows Clara which has had sales abroad as Warren's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cassidy's Washington Street well as in the United States ErnestJenningsinCrewe, Va: home, complete with a "for was also listed with the Guild The Jennings own 177 acres of sale" sign and her rocker in Only writers who are farm land there, a part ofthe doorway. This unusual published by creditable which is covered by a pine tree quilt featuring many local publishers are acceptable to forest. The trees are har- homes and buildings will be membership in this vested and sold every seven displayed at the Blue Ridge organization. years. Mrs. Gladys Childers spent While there# celebration of Quilt Show May 7-9 at KOA Kampgrounda. There will also the weekend with her cousin birthdays took place for three be demonstrations, boutique, Louise Walraven. Mrs. Childers, from Coloradofamily members; the mena wall hanging contest and an went fishing and they all spent array of quilts, old and new. Springs, Ky. was on her way to several days camping near visit her sister who resides in Fredericksburg, Va. in their A Health Program is being New Oxford, P~ma. spacious mobile home orheld today, May 6, from 9 to 3 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lennon, East Washington Street, camper. Looks like Kathryn at Mather Training Center. entertained at a buffet fun- and Warren are tmvmg to rest The public is invited to see che0n last Sunday honoring up a bit after their interesting various demonstrations and Mr. and Mrs. Mason Lee hut strenuous vacation. They displays of health services in Barron of Chula Vista, al. are now "taking it easy'~ as the Eastern Panhandle. Some The party was given in Kathryn told me. health tests and screening will Visitors at the home of Dr. he available. celelration of the 50th an- Bill and Nancy Roth, Church Longtime members of nlversary of ~e for theStreet, were Capt. and Mrs. J. Camp Hill-Wesley Church will Barrons. Charles (Bobbi) Macgill of share some memories at Other weekend guests at the Lennon home were Mr. and Denver, Col. The trip east was Heritage Sunday May 9 at 11 Mrs. Angelo Petre of Capitol made for Nancy's sister Bobbi a.m. Everyone is invited to Heights, Md. and Mr. and to attend her 45th high school attend and enjoy this special class reunion in Catonsville, service. Mrs. Joe Wright of Milford, Md. Anna Phillips returned Del, - Dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs Leo Ruckman, Old Cave Road, were entertained at the SHANNONDALE -~ 4 BR, 2 Baths, Redwood bi-level, home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rec. Room, fireplace, 1.6 acres. VA assumable loan Lyter, !38 Blakeley Place last $3,250 down Priee $SS,000 Tuesday the 27th. The dinner FOR HORSE LOVERS - 3 BR, 2 Baths, Aluminutn was given to honor Avery insiding Rambler on 15 acres, plus 7-stall block barn with celebration of her birthday, tackroom. $1W,~ House gaests last week at the home of Betty and Fal 8HANNONDALE - Two block and Frame with 2 BR's, Smith were Mr. and Mrs. John 1 bath, dwelling, plus 1 bedroom rental unit with fire- Danisch of Plymouth, N.H. place. Ownerflnancing$50,0ee The Danisch's were returning OVERLOOK - Shenandoah Valley. From this 3.66 to their home from Jensen wooded acres. $~,~ Beach, Fla. and stoi~ed to see SHANNONDALE - 2 BR Rambler $39,000 their friends of many years. MOUNTAIN LOTS- Owner Financing, two acres Fal and John were both $19,00o students at Harvard BLUE RIDGE ACRES- 61 acres Owner Financing $2,200 per acre. OFFICE SPACF SHANNONDALE Lake LOt Available INN) BUILDING SITES ON THE SHENANDOAH - FOR RENT ONLY 12 LOTS REMAINING STARTING AT $4,000' DOWNTOWN (A SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICE IF AS A GROUP)' ! OTHER LOVELY BUILDING SITES i CALL .STARTING AT $2,~, 1 725-5745 J( JLiKREALTY, Realtor i or " i 725,2621 ce!!vlile, Va.--,0a-33S- SSS 1 sEmr~, ~z : Loeslly call -- 304-725-8928. attend the Bucknell Syn- chronettes Water Show, "Shall We Dance." M rs. Phillips' granddaughter Julle performed in the water ballet and also did the choreography for part of it. Clara Cassidy recently gave two guest presentations at Shepherd College in Social Gerentology, including her documentary film "Off My Rocker,'! her apple head doll program, and a question and answer period. Mrs. Cassidy had an evaluation meeting at her home Sunday with members of Personal Inc following last month's workshop at Rohoboth Beach, Del. The GFWC Woman's Club of the Harpers Ferry District will hold its annual banquet and installation of officers May 20 at the House Restaurant. Tickets are $7 for a country ham and roast beef dinner and reservations must be made by May 17. Call Anna Phillips 5,X -6 79 for reser- vations. The annual Harpers Ferry Miniature Show will be sponsored by the GFWC Woman's Club May 29 at Cliffslde Inn. This is the club's only money making event of the year. Members will he contacted shortly about tickets. The Harpers Ferry L~ttlo League program is seeking contributions for the 1982 season. Checks payable to the Harpers Ferry Athletic Association may be sent to Charles Wyndham, Pres P.O. Box 645, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425. They also need businesses to spons~ a team. 4-H'ers are reminded of county Health and Field Day May 8 at Bardane Community Center. Take a poster for the contest. The Bakerton Ruritan Club welcomed two new members to their meeting April 20. It was reported that the elec- trical work has been com- pleted at the Charles Town Food Bank. A spring auction is planned for June 5 outside the Methodist Church in Baker- ton. Nelson Robinson will donate his time as auc- tioneer. The Fairview Lutheran Cemetery Memorial Fund has received a gift in memory of Geri E. Horn by grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mark Horn, parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horn and brother Craig. Another gift was received from Thelma Konnee Mudd in memory of the Charles Koonce family and Joseph Xavier Mudd. NEAR ~OWN: Small, raised cabin wllg. crawl and deck on I wooded acre. Per- feet for single or couple. Wintorizedt ~ $I~,#~ IVUSlDe ACItk Approx. l~,tee down needed to m=ume a ~e.tS~ ~ on 2-hedroom A-frame on I acre wooded loL Winterizedt : Adm~ ~lg, m0 AVON ItmO: 2-bedronm, winterized cabin w/fn'eplace and beautiful river view! m ll ldel : OTHER HOMES, LOTS, COMMERCIAL & FARMS ARE AVAILABLE CALL US~ 901 (Route 340 - .o i. 725,1431 I East Washington Street next to Howard Johnson's) PHONE: 304.725.1431 After Hours, Call JEAN~! ~ 72S-ti411 $08 WATSON 72S-4164 t~ SOWIB, o,RJ ~kw r~91~ "Ivory" material native to buttons are usually made from a resembling ivory from the nuts of a I South America. RENTAL PROP Will soon be available Downtown Charles in a very lucrative location within ing distance of banks, court office. Will rent in large or small spaceC Inquirle= for space should be P.O. BOX 83, Charles Town, W.Va. P.O. BOX 669, CHARLES TOWN, WV (304) 725-6070 ROBERT H. WHITE, LAND - 3 AC lots $14,900 8% FARM - 23 plus AC, Panoramic View, I flful Homo Asking FARM - 50 AC, Home, Fenced "STONE HOME - 3 story - Restored 3 4 BR, 5 F.P.s, 2 BA HARPERS FERRY - House, 3 BR, 1 BA. FARM - 10.6 Acres, House g Buildings. AGENTS MIKE MYERS 7254&70 3{ JERRY SALSANO JERRY 725-6070 876-,3088 754-3209 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY UNITED $ JEFFERSON COUNTY, The following described properties in West Virginia, are offered for sale by the Government for cash or terms. Purchasers Farmers Home Administration loam may up to thirty three (33) years, ineligible pay 10% down and may receive terms up to years for the balance. 7 - 3 bedroom aluminum siding heat, 008 Sq. Ft. living area, located in the Subdivision, 5 miles West of Charles Town, WV. 1 - 3 bedroom vertical siding dwelling, I heat, 2 years old, located on Fifth Avenue, Additional information including the time may be inspected by prmpective purchasers, tained by contacting the Farmers Home County Office between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 through R-iday. The United States Government any or all offers. All property will be sold without regard to color, sex, age, FARMER~ ROOM 401 -- MARTINSBURG, WV 2S401 O A0 Slmm~l~ = 2 kedmom k~ AUe ott~e lot US,~t Hm flr~dmo. ~ ~~ tStlity roem, i. oo cvte. tea=e optkm ~r evme~ ~ at ~d~mmmdale for ~I~(IN. 2 bedrooms, $ flrel~ ( steve~, cathedral ~ with lovely wood herons. $oco,~,ml~$~.dflum. I bedroom, I beth. smdllmrd, olf0tre~ Ao w~l~ mlb ~r ~lg, s~ A~di I bedroom. ! I~ cot~ N x 12off. I~ I 21 lmom. t fulllm m lelmmo m qmr= r wcame . =im, from n~ r~k life =tyle. "America's Nmnber I Top Seller. Century 21" 207 I. Ftfth Ave Ransoa, W. Va. DEAN BUSH. 8taker 72S.202S Monday-Saturday - 9 A.M. to $ P.M. -- Sunday by ' AFTER HOURS CALL: Dotty Finmmry. 725-t~58 JL~m MeCrar~. S16.~14 Ruth Pl'i~lmrd. 7~ M Chrtele Wmingham. 7 4244 Mobley - 71 7337