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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1978 ---- , ,, MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring Dial 725-2500 Mesdames Mary Gruber Elizabeth Dailey, James Cain Virginia Dunlap, Naomi Barrow, Mr. Lee Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swartz, Mr. Bob Hague from the village were among the bus tour from the AARP. Jefferson County Chapter to the Amish Country on Tuesday. They visited the An- derson "Bavarian" Pretzel factory, Hayloft Candle Gift Shop, Strasburg Railroad, and the Kitchen Kettle. They enjoyed the tour through the Amish Country seeing the Buggies, Beards, Barns, Bridges, Bonnets and Barefeet. Last and best of all was to Smoketown, to the Good 'n Plenty Restaurant for evening meal before returning home. In Spite of the rainy day, a very enjoyable time was had by the group. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James returned home on Monday after spending the past ten days with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hough and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hough in Sanford, Fla. They visited Disney World, the beach and Petersburg. On their return home, the plane had mechanical problems and had to make an emergency landing at Egnn, Fla., to have the plane repaired. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller of Bluefield, W. Va., spent the weekend with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. harry Shirley, Jr., Sea and Lisa. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seal returned home on Sunday after spending from Wednesday to Sunday with their daughter and son-in-law, SP-6 and Mrs. Stephen Springer at Ft. Camp- bell, KentuckY. While in Ken- tucky they toured the museum at Ft. Campbell and visited at Ft. Donaldson in Clarksville, Ky. On Saturday, May 13, Mr. and Mrs. Seal celebrated their 29th wedding anniversary. Along with their daughter and son-in- law they spent the day in Nash- ville, Tennessee and enjoyed the Grand ale Opry. The Wizard Clipp Singles met on Thursday evening with their usual covered dish dinner at Scollay Hall. As usual there was lots of good food on hand to enjoy. Grace was sung by the group. Those attending were Mesdames Bertha Nicodemus Virginia Cross, Mary Edwards, Louise Bradley, Naomi Barrow Mary White, Mr. Lee Brown Mr. Bob Hague, Mr. Carl Hill and guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Lee and Tiffany. It was announced that for the bus tour to Gettysburg they will pick up the group from the Middleway U.M. Church on Friday morning at 8 a.m. The evening was en- joyed by playing games. Mr. and Mrs. William Lee furnished Mr. and Mrs. John Tregoning, ORDER OF PUBLICATION prehensive Program are Eastern Panhandle Regional Miller installed as Federal [ Flattery often conceals It's easy to Jr., and children Natalie, Aaron, CIRCUIT COURT k0,000 with maximum levels Planning and Development Reserve Board head. I jealousy, promises. Adam and Benjamin arrived in OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, set at $500,000. Funding in the Council, Region 9, 121 West King Middleway on Wednesday to WEST VIRGINIA following twoyears is contingent Street, Martinsburg, West visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. JOHN R. HARRIS upon appropriation by Congress. Virginia 25401. Philip N. Robert. They will Plaintiff Applicants must submit pre-May25-1t WHY PAY IVTII spend the next two weeks v. applications forgrantassistance visiting relatives here and in MARTHA ANN HARRIS to HUD between May 1, 1978 and Frederick County, Md., before Defendant May 15, 1978. HUD wil! then returning to their home in Civii ActionNo. invite full applications from Winchester, Tennessee. 78-C.108 those governments deemed to NOTICE Mrs. Rosie Ring, Cindy and The object of this suit is tc have projects of sufficient merit Pursuant to a Petition by WI RE MON EY Mike, Charles Linton, and Mrs. obtain a divorce from the bonds for further consideration, residents of the community of Thelma Linton, were on the bus of matrimony. The primary objective of this SHANN ONDALE SUB- tour from Martinsburg to attend To the Above Named program is the development of DIVISION, Jefferson County, the saturday performance of the Defendant: communities with decent West Virginia, for the ap- BLAKELEY BANK WILL circus held at the Capitol Center. It appearing by affidavit filed housing, and a suitable living pointment of a CONSERVATOR Mr. Harry Ring and family in this action that Martha Ann environment, principally for OF THE PEACE for the said from Newark, Del., arrived on Harris is a non-resident of the persons of low and moderate community, Howard W. Wilt, Monday and are spending some State of West Virginia, it is income. Eligible activities for Sheriff, has recommended the time withhisparents, Mr. and bereby ordered that Martha Ann funding include: acquisition of appeintment of Earl Hogan, as IT FOR YOUR FREE[ Mrs. Stanley Ring. He came to Harris serve upon Frederick O. real property, senior centers CONSERVATOR for the said attendthe funeral of his brother, Byrer, Plaintiff's attorney, historic properties, utilities Shannondale community. Franklin. whose address is P.O. Box 161 street, street lights, wate Pursuant to West Virginia Mrs. Naomi Barrow attended 716 Jefferson Avenue, Charles facilities, sewer lines, parks and Code 6-3-1, 1931, As Amended. the 1978 VAVS Recognition Town, West Virginia, ananswer playgrounds, flood and drainage Notice is hereby given by the The Wiring of Any Amount of Money Ceremony at the VA Center including any related counter facilities, code enforcement, undersigned that a public auditorium on Sunclay af- claim or defense you may have rehabilitation of buildings, hearing will be held in the Jef- Any Bank in the United States At ternoon. She received a VAVS to the complaint filed in this comprehensive community ferson County Commission '* Certificate of Appreciation for action on or before June 20, 1978. planning and administrative Room, Jeffersofl County Court Anytime is one hundred hours of volunteer ff you fail to do so, thereafter costs. House, Charles Town, West service for 1977. Refreshments judgment, upon proper hearing Ineligible activities include: Virginia, on the 6th day of June, were served on the' lawn andtrial, may be taken against government buildings, 1978, at one o'clock (l:00) p.m., followed by a ocial period, mu for the relief demanded in stadiums, auditoriums, cultural DST, or as soon thereafter as the same may be heard, to deter- ANOTHER BANKING S Rev. Charles Frum was ad- the complaint, and arts centerS, museums, mitred to the Winchester A copy of said complaint can libraries, schools; airports, mine what action will be taken Memorial Hospital for oh- be obtained from the un- hospitals, and nursing homes, upon the said Petition and servationand testsand returned dersigned Clerk at her office. In this, the fourth year of the recommendation. We OfFer to Any Customer Having home on Monday. Entered by the Clerk of said program, HUD will concentrate The County Commission Mr. Elmo Hannas returned Court this10th day of May, 1978. on those proposed programs of Jefferson County, Satisfactory Checking or Savings West Virginia home on Saturday after being a Mary L. Riggleman which have the greatest need as surgical patient in the Win- Clerk of Court evidenced by poverty and May 18-2t both at this Bank. chester Memorial Hospital. May 18-3t substandard level housing and ' The Brownie Troop No. 417 of whose applications adequately South Jefferson Elementary PUBLIC NOTICE address locally determined OLD OPERAHOUSE School will hold a bake sale on The Eastern Panhandle needs of low to moderate income WORKSHOPS POSTPONED Saturday, May 27, at j. C. Regional Planning and persons consistent with one or Due to conflicts in scheduling Penney's in Charles Town, from Development Council, Region 9 more of the following purposes, the Adult Workshop classes at L=L=E=mn 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This is to help announces the availability of Programs must: the Old Opera House in Charles raise money for a trip to the federal funding under the 1. Support realistic and at- Town, will be postponed until .  F ate BANK AND 'IT-Ta" ' circus in Washington. Let's Community Development Block tainable strategies for ex- September. Please watch for . M,mbe, Feder RANSON WEST VIRGINI4t 25438 304--725 "70|i support this fine group. Grant, Small Cities Program panding low to moderate income announcement of the new The community was saddened administered by the Department housing opportunities; and-or Workshop dates in this . Reserve System * and shocked in the sudden death of Housing and Urban 2. Promote deconcentration of newspaper. of Franklin Ring. The com- Development (HUD). Eligible lower income housing; and-or munity extends their sympathy applicants are limited togeneral 3 Promote more rational to the family and all relatives purpose units of governments land use; and-or CLOSING OUT SALE Mr Ernest Ring is a patient in such as town Councils and county 4. Provide increased economic 6"13 the Jefferson Memorial commissions. Two programs are opportunities for low and Hospital.  - available: the Single Purpose moderate income persons; and- OF THE WATERSLIDE Billy Ring was among the Grant Program, a one-year or HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE Royal Rangers who spent multi-activity program, and the 5. Correct deficiencies in Friday night camping out at Comprehensive Program, a public facilities which affect the Full Line Farm Machinery NOW At The Lovely Gerardstown at the home of his three-year multi-activity public health or safety, Discontinuing farming and the dairy business, I will sell Commander, Mr. Homer Kit- program. Minimum grants for especially of low and moderate the following located 6 mS. north of Charles Town, W. Va. 9 Recreational H a rpers chen. On Saturday, the group theSingle Purpose Program are income persons, mS. east of Martinsburg, W. Va., turn off State Rt. 9 at K OA K ampground5 visited the show displays by the $100,000. Maximum grants are Further information on this Bardane, travel 1/2 mS. to sale (follow signs). Shenandoah Area Councilof Boy $500,000. Minimum grants for Community Development One FREE Ride Per Person Scouts of America for the the first year of the Cam-Program is available at the FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1978 With ThisCoupon "Wonderful World of Scouting", Sale Begins at 10:00 A.M. uBLI at the Air Natiofial Guard and PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 53HEAD OF HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE 53 OPEN TO THE P i also an afternoon of roller skating at the Ridgeway Roller OF WEST VIRGINIA 16 Registered, 36 grades, 28 cows full flow of milk, 10 Hours 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. Rink. CHARLESTON freshened in last 60 days', 12 dry cows to freshen in June and Entrance Off Rt. 340 at July; 6 bred hfrs.; 4 yearling hfrs.; 2 hfr. cfs. ; 1 Reg. bull by CLIFFSIDE MOTOR INN Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF R.O.R.A. Elevation out of 92 pt. Dam Sires Represented -- Heironimus of Brueetown, Va.; WEST VIRGINIA a[ the Capitol in the City of Charleston on R.O.R.A. Elevation; Whirlhill Kingpins; Astronaut-Matt. All MAY 18-4T Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring, Billy the 20th day of April, 1978. necessary animals T.B. and Bangs tested within 30 days and Becky, were luncheon CASE NO. 9290 prior to sale. guests with Mr. and Mrs. GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF DAIRY EQUIPMENT Laurence Ring, Sr. Mrs. Ring's THE SOUTHEAST, a corporation. Vacuum line for 36 cow barn; surge vacuum pump; pail mother, Mrs. NannieKackley, of Tariff filing issued for the and can rack; Wash up tank: 3 sets clippers; cow sling; PUBLIC AOC Brucetown, is doing well but purpose of concurring in the DeHorners; cow chains; Linde XL16 semen cannister and still confined to bed. rates and regulations filed kit; 100 straw of semen including 1 Matt. 1 Astronaut. Mrs. Cora Jefferson, Mrs. by C&P Telephone Company FARMMACH1NERY VALUABLE REAL Thelma Linton and Mrs. Dora for Foreign Exchange Service. 5 Tractors -- J.D. 3020 Diesel wide front, good rubber; Int. WHEREAS, on the 5th day of October, 1977, General 450 diesel with fast hitch, 2 row mounted corn picker; Ford Telephone Company of the Southeast, a corporation, filed 861gas with 701 Industrial loader, fork and dirt pan; Farmall tariff changes, duly verified, to concur with the rates and H on good rubber; Cub Cadet I04 with 42 in. mower, yard SATURDAY/JUNE 3 1 regulations of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone cart; Int. 700 3 pt. hitch no till corn planter 2 or 4 rows; 300 I Company. gallon Agrotec field sprayer with FMC high volume pump; 1 2 00 NOON The Commission is of the opinion and 'finds that the Graham chisel plow: J. D. cultipacker; Taylor way disc aforementioned tariff changes should be investigated and harrow; Int. disc harrow; J. D. F145 3 bottom plow; Ford 3 LEETOWN MARKET that a hearing should be held on tlie matters involved herein, bottom plow ; Int. 311 fast hitch plow; N. H. super 69baler /t'l' / Chestnit Hill Road IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that the matters in- with thrower; woods No. 72 pt. hitch rotary cutter; Int. 3 pt. | / Piper Town Road volved in this proceeding be set for hearing to he held in the mower; Little Giant 38 pt, elevator; D. B. flatbed wagon; 3 RESIDENCE/ R NOW OPEN Commission's Hearing Room at th e Cpitol in the City of dumpwag OnS D. B, 36 ft, elevator; Inti 15 side rakes; N. H, eFeOe Harpers Charleston on the 6th day of June, 1978, at 10:00 a.m., EDT, at 88O forage harvester with 2 row corn Hd., used 2 seasons; Int. Under New Management w.i. time and place the applicant shall appear and offer 48 P.T.O. blower, like new;2 Int. 51 self-unloading forage ESTATE of/Charles A. evidence in support of the aforesaid tariff changes and wagons on heavy duty running gears; N. H. 518 P.T.O. anyone may appear and make such objection thereto as may manure spreader with Hyd. end gate, like new; Grove 8 pt. H. As Executor of the ESTATE of be deemed proper. D. 3 pt. hitch blade; Int. 85 Grinder mixer; Int. hammer mill; IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the applicant. General wagon drive; J. D. FB b 13-6 grain drill; 16 ft. grain auger; Charles A. Grove, We Will Telephone Company of the Southeast, give notice of the filing cyclone grass seeder; D. B. post hole digger; Cherokee posf of its aforesaid application and of the time and place of driver; Little Giant cross elevator; N. I. hay conditioner; M. for Public Sale the following hearing thereon by publishing a copy of this order once a H. 80 self propelled combine; P.T.O. belt pully for Ford or week for two successive weeks, the first publication to be Ferguson; air compressor; rata tiller; bench grinder; Real Estate We Also Feature: made not more than fifteen (15) days prior to the 6th day of weights for super C', dual truck chains; heavy log chains; June, 1978, in newspapers published and of general cir, spray material; 10 bales haler twine; cut off saw for H or M; A Fine Line & Variety of culation in the Cities of Bluefield, Mercer County; Welch, seeds; plastic pipe; Lincoln 225 AMP are welder; 2-16ft. oak "Mountain Retreat" FRESH MEATS McDowell County', Romney, Hampshire'County: Peter- gates; f-10 ft. metal gates; 3-12 ft. oakgates; 1956GMC2ton sburg, Grant County; Moorefield, Hardy County; Keyser, . truck; forks; shovels; other numerous items. Approx. 11/2 A( LOW PRICES Mineral County; and Charles Town, Jefferson County, Terms of Sale: Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for. A t making due reKirn thereof on or before the day of hearing. Not responsible for any accidents on property. N atu r al Spring I m A Copy. Lunch by Hurricane Majorette Corps. LEETOWN MARKET Teste:  r Mr.&Mrs. Douglas Sperry By 4 Room Dwel Freeda P. Jones Auctioneer: Edward "Ned" Morrow Located in The Ileart of Leetown Acting Secretary Clerks: N. Clark Purr and Charles E. Ware and other Outbui Phone: 725- 2352 May 25-2t Sale Order: Small items, farm machinery, dairy cattle. I I Ill I May 25-2t BANK of CHARLES m m.u i..= -- ==m--. m Regular Retail Ward Mobile Home Sal HAS IT ! EXECUTOR,.L ,:f the I V, lue S128.08 NOW ON DISPL.AY of .nares A. Gro 14' x 70' .,.s: I Day of Sale: Bal II With Real. Paul E. M,Iler, A WOODBURNING 110 FIREPLACE - ....... ........ -.o.: m, o,,.,,o., offered the Same [] II ,, ,.,ch, SPECIAL ALL 1978 MODELS beginning at 10:00 II withtlSul' manualoUtng ON SALE NOW ON SALE big Saw lectures eChain Bke DOUBLEWIDE LESS THAN 14' And 12' Wides TRUST DEPA ,,_.,,/ .SefjPacke * $16,995.00 * 2 And 3 Bedrooms ,m,., .,,,,,..r,=,,.,...,, ' BANK of CHA I "" --"--""-'- WARD MOBILE667 - 2354HOMEor 667- 235,SALES' INC. Phone (304) I ToW, W,Vl. - MNmt I5-51 2624 Valley Ave. New and Used Dealer No. 1808 Winchester, Va. BII R I mm all lib I Iim m II m-l mm prizes. An enjoyable evening Feigley, from the Wizard Clipp was spent by the group. The next Extension Homemakers at- meeting will be held on June 15 tended the workshop on Rush at 6:30 p.m. All singles are Seating, held Monday. at the welcome. Community Center at Bardane. Will Be FeaturingThe Following Special Fresh Seafoods Over Memorial Day Week-end. Crabs-Herring-Trout-Shrimp /!