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16 SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE TllURSDAY, MAY 1 l, 1978 Deceased Troopers Honored Delegate Terry T. Harden, left, recently' presented Mrs. Thomas "Shirley" Hercules, widow of State Trooper Thomas Hercules, with an American Flag and pin in honor of her husband who was killed in the line of duty in Paw Paw in January, 1977. Also at the ceremony at the Berkeley Springs State Police Barracks were David Hercules and Corporal Donald Sharp. Flags and pins were sent to the widows of the two other troopers killed in 1977 -- C. H. Johnson, of Rainelle, and B. T. "Brown, of Charles Town. The ceremony stemmed from a resolution introduced by Delegates Harden and Stephen Bird "memorializing the members of the West Virginia Department of Public Safety who recently lost their lives in the line of duty." %%%%%%%%%% MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring Dial 725-2500 am , - %%%%%%%%%": Mr. and Mrs. Harold Poston from Tuscawilla Hills have moved back to Middleway. We are happy-they returned. Sympathy from the com- munity is extended to the family of Ralph Frederick Cain of Bunker Hill. He is known to his friends as "Buddy". Funeral services were conducted Monday at the Omps Funeral Home, Inwood Chapel at 2 p.m. Interment was in the Shenan- doah Memorial Park, Win- chester, Va. Sympathy from the com- munity is extended to the family of Mrs. Helen Barnes who died on Friday at the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were conducted on Monday at 2 p.m. from the Melvin T. Strider Funeral Home and interment was in the Pleasant View Memory Gardens in Martinsburg. Rev. Harold Elam, retired minister from Winchester, Va., was the guest speaker at the Middleway U.M. Church on Sunday. The Wizard Clipp Homemakers were observing National Extension Homemakers Week and at- tended the morning worship service in a group. Mr. Douglas Ring entered the King's Daughters Hospital on Sunday for observation and tests. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ring who celebrated a quiet 58th wedding anniversary on May 8. We are happy to report that Rev. Charles Frum returned home on Sunday from the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. On Sunday, May 7. Mr. and Mrs Gary Fritts* gave a bir- thday dinner and party in honor of their daughter Brenda. for her 10th birthday. Those helping Brenda to celebrate along with her parents, were Mrs. Von Tella Meadows, of Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Mary Lancaster and Donnie from Tuscawilla Hills: Deborah Lancaster of Charles Town. After dinner. Brenda was honored with a Donald Duck cake, along with fruit punch. Brenda received many nice gifts and a delightful afternoon was spent together. Mr. Robert Buddenhogen of Charles Town. was a Sunday dinner guest with Mr. and Mrs. ANin Linton. Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Charles.Kearns were Mr. Lee White, Mrs. Doris Hough and Kim, Mrs. Beverly Appel and Tina from Charles Town. The Wizard Clipp Extension ttomemakers met on Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. Thomas Magaha and Miss Dorothy Dailey, with ten members present. Miss Dorothy Dailey led the devotions for the evening. She opened with reading the National Homemakers Creed, followed by a poem by Helen Steiner Rice, and closed with a prayer. Mrs. Larry Ring, president, conducted the business meeting. The secretary's report and roll call was given by Mrs. Mary White, followed by the treasurer's report by Mrs. Thomas Magaha. She also read several thank you notes and a letter from the Middleway Climbers 4-H Club, promoting Sun Day. The banner reading "Sunshine Patriots" which Waved from the Court House porch was made by the Mid- dleway Climbers 4-H Club. Pamphlets were handed out to the club members by Miss Dailey on "The Use of Solar Energy." After reports were given from various committees the club spent the afternoon on their program planning. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Magaha and Miss Dailey followed with a social hour. The next meeting will be Wednesday, June 7, at the home of Mrs. Edward McKee at Summit Point. Saturday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fritts were Mrs. Jerry Fishel and daughter of Winchester. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Omer Lofton of Winchester, Va. On Saturday, May 6, a sur- prise birthday dinner and party was given to Mr. Benjamin Vorous. III. by his sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fritts. Along with Mrs. Vorous they enjoyed a delicious meal. After dinner, cake, ice cream and tea were served. Those not attending but sending gifts were Mr. and Mrs. Ben- jamin Yorous. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fishel avd Pare and Mr. and Mrs. Omei' Lofton. Ben received a lot of nice gifts. Reminder for the Wizard Clipp Singles to meet on Thursday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Long from Winter Park, Fla.. is spending some time visiting Mrs. Mar- jorie .Carper, Mrs. Agnes Wasson and Miss Susie Markle. Weekend guests at their home were Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Painter. from Cahrles Town: CALL FOR US YOUR CONCRETE MIX We Handle All Concrete Jobs Professionally CARPORTS PATIOS DRIVEWAYS SIDEWALKS * BASEMENT FLOORS POURING- FINISHING FREE " ] TURF CONCRETE Esttmates J PRODUCTS Division of Turf Enterprises I. 725-7612er 725-9233 -- CMrles Town, W.Va. i i" Mrs. Leola Wasson from Kearneysville; Mrs. Charles Masters from Inwood and Mr. Ernest Corberman of Hager- stown. Velva White accompanied Robyn Longerbeam to Chevy Chase, Md., on Saturday. Mrs. Mary White, Mrs. Larry Ring and Mrs. Naomi Barrow from the village, attended the Extension Homemakers Tea on Sunday at the Community Center. Arts and crafts were on display by various clubs of Jefferson County. Mr. Lee Brown and Mr. Ernest Slusher of Leetown visited with friends in Rio, W. Va., on Sun- day. Adk m AAAAAAA AAA. SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 CELEBRATES 41! BIRTHDAY Amy Jackson celebrated her 4th birthday on Saturday with a party given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Jackson and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Those present were her sister, Dana Jackson, Jennifer Longerbeam, Wayne Rudy, Angle and Steve Chap- man, Melange Rodgers, Robert Lynn, Brent Smoot, Kelly Buzzard, Tracey Cole, Mrs. Sharon Longerbeam, Mrs. Susan Rudy, Mrs. Brenda Chapman, Mrs. Brenda Rodgers, Mrs. Vickie Lynn, Dessie Jackson Mrs. Darlene Cole, Mrs. Frances Rodgers, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and Christine. Refresh- ments were served and Amy received many nice gifts. Prizes were won by Tracey Cole, Melange Rodgers, Angle Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md., and Mrs. Vanessa Everhart were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters. Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Little and daughter of Middleway, were guests Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Grove and family, Alice Piper, Christine Buzzard Roxane Everhart, Brian Whitehair, Mrs. Dorothy Grove and sons, Mrs. Sharon Ott and daughter, and Mrs. Ethel Carlbough were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Doarl Grove. Miss Connie White of Mid- dleway was a guest over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Longerbeam and daughter of Chestnut Hill were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Longerbeam and Mrs. Debra Grey and sons were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Higgs and family of Walnut Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longerbeam and family of Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherdstown, were guests during the week'with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan and Donald, and Mr. Gary Harriss were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. Edgar Everhart and Wanda and Angle. Mrs. Shirley Long and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pee Wee Long and family of Shenandoah Junction; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son, Mrs. Gen Piper, Mrs. Hilda Piper, Mr. Charles Longerbeam and Berry Stevens were guests during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and Christine and Kelly were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and family of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mrs. Frances Rodgers, Mrs. Norma Smoot and son and Mrs. Diane Neidringhaus and daughter were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were guests Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter. Mrs. Hilda Piper was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fritts of Rt. 340. Mrs. Dorothy Beers of Keyes Ferry Acres; Mrs. Debra Grey of West Ridge Hills, and Mrs. Mildred Cogle presented gifts to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle for their house warming, given to them last week. They recently purchased a new mobile home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were guests on Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Longerbeam were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brackett of Virginia. Mrs. Darlene Cole was a guest during the week with Mrs. Paula Smith and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Castle of Keedysville, Md., were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and grand- daughter Amy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherds town, and Mrs. Jean Whitehair and son were visitors Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. Edgar Everhart was a guest Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son of Parkview Trailer Court were overnight guests Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Miss Susan Cogle and Gary Harriss were supper guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Grey and family of Dargan, Md. Mrs. Sandra Smith and son of Security Hills; Mrs. Norma Smoot and son of Pikeview Trailer Court; Mrs. Shirley Chapman and granddaughter Amy, and Mrs. Beatrice CARPENTERS Leading Metropolitan Washington area con- crete subcontractor needs experienced car- penters for permanent employment in highrise construction. Company offers excellent wages + paid hospitalization, life insurance and other benefits. Apply ready to work at jobsite. See John Bragg, Georgetown Papermill, Potomac and Grace St., N.W., Washington, D.C. MILLER & LONG EOE May ll-lt NOTICE! ii EffectiVe May I, Our Office And Our Plant Will Be Closed All-Day On SATURDAY The New Office Hours Will Be: 9 a.m .... 4 p.m. Monday thin Friday Plant Hours: 7:30 a.m .... 4 p.m. Monday thin Friday Also Our One Percent (I %) Discount Allowance will be carried over until Monday if the deadline falls on Satur- day. COMMUNITY 01L C0., Inc. TELEPHONE: 725- 7021 APRIL 20- 5T !Everhart were 'visitors on Tuesday with Mrs. Frances Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling. Mrs. Norma Rodgers and Mrs. Frances Rodgers were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Butch Painter and family of Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. William Chapman and family and Mrs. Charles Chapman and daughter of Manassas, Va., were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neigringhaus and daughter of Frederick, Md., were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and son were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and son and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole : and daughter were guests during the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters. Mr. Elzy Longerbeam of Mt. Mission was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Price, Mrs. Darlene Cole and daughter, Mrs. Diane Neidringhaus and Mr. Floyd McDaniel of Belvedere Heights were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. Lester Dillow, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughters, Mrs. Hilda Piper, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart, and Mrs. Jean Whitehair and Brian were guest singers on Saturday at Peoples Gospel Tabernacle Church in Hagerstown, Md.,.where Rev. Calvin Staubs ministers. Af- terwards, they visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Staubs and family. An enjoyable time was had by all. RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 Mrs. Elwood Tumblin entered the Winchester Memorial Hospital last Monday where she underwent observation and tests. Mrs. Sally Bell and grand- daughter Jackie Richards, accompanying Mrs. Baker Penweil, attended the 33rd anniversary service at the Full Gospel Pentecostal Church in Middleway on Sunday. They also attended the reception which followed. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were last Friday guests of Miss Zola Braithwaite near Martinsburg. Mrs. Barbara Williams and children spent Saturday in Lovettsville, Va., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Williams. News has been received that Mrs. Barbara Fritts is showing much improvement. She can he taken by wheel chair but cannot walk. She had as her guests this past week, Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwell and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman of Mt. Mission. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Drapons of Ft. Myers, Fla.; Mrs. John Locke Burns, Jr., Charles Town; Miss Ann Smith of Haymarket, Va., and Mrs. P. W. Smith and children, of Charles Town, were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr. Jason Allen Whittington celebrated his Ist birthday with a party on Sunday, May 7, given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Whittington, at the home of his great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Penwell. Birthday cake along with nuts, mints, chips, ice cream and punch were served to the guests. Attending were Margaret Penwell, Sam and Lynn King and daughter Brandy, David and Cindy Wiley and children Christina and Chad, Audrey and Pete Whit- tington, Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Whittington and children Angela, Rim and Jeff of Win- chester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butler and Mr. Junior Pierce Miss Lucille Smith of Berryville, Va., was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., nd .family. Mr. and Mrs. Aus-fffi Nicodemus, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pope, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Pope, Mrs. Peggy Hart and daughters, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pope. Mr. Pope returned to his home after being a patient in the Winchester hospital. LIVESTOCK SALES C..-CCCC..'C.-%%%-: The quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, May 8. Receipts of all classes moderate, with a good demand for all classes. Good butcher steers, $48 to $51; plain to medium steers, $42 to $47.50; good butcher heifers, $43 to $46; plain to medium heifers, $35 to $42.50; good bulls, $45 to $48.50; plain to medium bulls, $40 to $44.75 commercial cows, $39.75 to $42.85; utility cows, $37.50 to $39.50; canners and cutters, $30 to $37.25; cows by the head, up to $505; stocker and feeder steers, $45 to $60; stock and feeder heifers, $37 to $52. Choice to prime calves, $71 to $81; good butcher calves, $60 to $70; medium butcher calves, $49 to $59; thin calves, $48.75 down; near Martinsburg. The Rippon Go-Getters 4-H heavy calves, $33 to $47; good lambs, $65 to $70; butcher ewes Club was held at the home of $10 to $20. Betsy Pritchard. The meeting Good butcher hogs, $48.40 to was opened by the president, Michael Boyd. Betsy Roderick led the members in the 4-H song and pledge. All members were present for the meeting except three. The 4-H Talent Show was held on April 24 at Jefferson High School. Ann Dunn and Sherry Nicedemus won blue ribbons; Doug Payton won a red ribbon and will be eligible to participate in the regional contest in Romney, W. Va. Plans were made to make 4-H grooming posters for Health and Field Day, to he held May 20, from I0 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Community Center at Bardane. Mrs. Woedrow Adams is going to take the younger 4-H mem- bers on a field trip to Camp Frame near Hedgesville. A trip was planned for June 4th to visit King's Dominion for all 4-H members and their parents. Refreshments were served and the next meeting is planned for June 7 at the home of Michael and Craig Boyd for a weiner roast., Mr. and Mrs. James Pearson and family, Mrs. Katherine Jenkins and Mrs. Barbara Jenkins and son, spent Sunday in Warrenton, Va., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Shifflett. Miss Ann Smith of Mr. and Mrs. James Richards, Haymarket, Va., has been a Sr., and son, Mr. and Mrs. house guest of her sister, Miss James Richards, Jr., and Welford Smith at her home, daughterof Middleway, were Silver Springs, for this past Sunday geusts of Mr. and Mrs. week. Donald Richards and daughter. stown exhibit o( till 4 p.m. Mr. and chford are John Wayne, l the Morgantown. The Harvest Fair October 14, p.m. on Shep who would booth to grown or should call 876-2108 or McElhaney at Mrs. Gay Preventicare Committee o Town, terested in exercises for meet with Wednesdays hour at Church from more 725-4044. Pitcher, Banking PUBLIC SALE Having lost my husband, rented my home, and moved to another location, I will sell the following located 3 miles south of Shepherdstown, W. Va., and ten miles north of Charles Town on Flowing Springs Road. Watch for signs to my farm. SATURDAY, MAY 13th, 1978 BEGINNING AT TO:30 A. M. 1964 3--4T Ford pickup runs good Farm Machinery -- D-14 Allis Chalmers tractor wide front end completely rebuilt, 7' A. C. side mounted mower, N. H. hay conditioner, A. C. 7' disc harrow, double shovel wood plow, Int. B275 with front end loader, 2 int. model 51 self unloading wagons. Household Goods -- 1882 $5 gold piece and other old coins dated back to 1700's, 19 ten-gal, milk cans, 52 gal. hot water heater, grindstone, old harness, single and double trees, old wooden columns 10-12', cut glass mended by slaves, other cut glass, Burroughs adding machine, old kitchen cabinet, 3-pc. reed set, 7-pc. dinette set, Home Comfort cook stove, elec. stove, dresser w-triple mirror, bed and springs, old half bushel, Coleman gas heater, iron baby bed, 22 rifle, wool rugs, sump pump, gasoline centrifugal pump, wooden tub, drop leaf tea wagon, library stand, high chair, mirrors, single matt. and springs, folding chairs, wall shelf, roll away bed, sausage grinder, oak towel rack, old kitchen chair, lot of glass jars, some blue; lot of bottles, old wooden barrels, iron griddles, iron pots, flat irons, china closet w-Queen Anne's legs, wooden churn, butter print, apple peeler, scales, canvas cots, old time locks, stone crocks, wooden tables, flower urn, old walnut blanket chest, oys, 250 Gal. gas tank coffee table, hand corn cutter, old trunk, old magistrate book printed 1805, old German Bible, English Bible, other old books dated early 1800's, washbowl and pitcher, 2 Zane Grey books, copper cupsidor, 15' deep freeze. EDNA S. RENAUD We will sell the following at same time and place, Copper apple butter kettle, iron kettle, snow birds, rotary lawn mower, 2 A. C. 5,000 and 6,000 B.T.U., 2 twin beds, springs and mattress, ref.4reezer combo, wood bed, lime oak dresser, corn sheller, modern DR table and 6 chairs, office chair and steel desk, 2 LR chairs, 5-p. breakfast set, car- nival glass, old books, large serving table, stone crocks, old jugs, old blacksmith tools, 20" Tappan electric stove, Electric Singer SEwing machine. 1973 Ford Pickup A.T.P.S. ton 1973 L.T.D.A.T.A.C.P.S. AM-FM Radio. PATRICIA REED Terms of Sale: Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled. Auctioneer: Edward "Ned" Morrow Clerk: Kenny Cookus Not Responsible for Accidents Lunch Rights Reserved --no.m-- 267-4949 ' May 4-2t Mrs. Han president and Ward, senior the Blakeley Company, d MorgantOWJ held there. $49; medium butcher hogs, $48 to $48.30; heavy butcher hogs, $44 to $47.75; butcher sows, $35 to 1 $42; heavy feeders and light l_ butcher hogs, $40 to .$44; shoats I per hundred, up to $60; pigs per bead, up to $55; boars, up to $35. -%%%%%%'..%" "- SHEPHERDSTOWN Mrs. Janet Hansen I Dial 876-2672 The Shepherdstown branch of AAUW will sponsor the second CALL annual Marjorie Eutsler Children's Art Exhibit on CI'I Saturday, May 13, for 5th and 6th grade students, at Shepherd- PUBLIC $ OF FINE DAIRY MELVIN KOLB, Monthll Holstein 00ttle Thursday, May 18, 1978" At my Maryland Farm located one-half t Woodsboro, on Route 550, Frederick 125 - Highest Quality REGISTERED This Sale will consist of about 50 selected by us from the best herds Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and select the very finest of best breedinl close or just fresh. 50 extra good toP Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. All young, type. SPECIAL MENTION: A 2 yr. APPLE ELEVATION daughter, FARMS SIR BRUCE GP-83 +701M PENSTATE IVANHOE STAR as 4-5 748f, a Maternal sister VG-86 4.5 247d hand picked cows from the herd of Wis., A 3 yr. old BURKGOV HEILO too. 19082m 3.8 723f milking 100 lbs. a side born March 24, 1978 by SKYBOY, dam record 339d 20305m 3.7f, years 305d 18000 618f; a 2 yr. old PROUD JULIAN EX, bred STYLEMASTER SKYBOY from.a 3.5 605f; a 2 yr. old BECHVALE bred 11-4-77 to EDEAL PINONIA 85 dam 319d 18330m  618f; a 2 yr. FONEY daughter, bred 9-14-77 to 18256m 3.8 694f; a 2 yr. old KIEL TEX daughter, 12341m 412f; a fancy grade heifer, da four (4)cows picked from a herd Plymouth, Wis., a 4 yr. old bred 8-10-77 to PACLAMAR TRIUNE old 294d 14125m 3.8 538f; two (2),3 yr. twins, a ., 2 3.7 610f; a 4yr. old KLEIBER yr. old. 23541m 748f fresh I0 days, Please come to this Sale and selection. Many of them milking over l be several Purebred calves sold also, Terms: Cash on day of Sale Not Responsible for accidents. Robert Mullendore-Auctioneer Marvin A. Eshleman-Pedigrees Mehrle N. Wachter-Clerk May ll-lt Maryland Farm: R.D. I, 301.898-7720