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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, June 2, 2005 19 & Real Estate bright. farm discs, and 65 and vari. ' A. BOhrer 'l/ff for A. bulls. Stan- end leave 1/ff 2OO0 twith mi. 9 li. room. Remodeling Rt. 9 west, Ranson area 3 mi. to Ranson/Chades Town. Close to MARC train. $600/mo. + sec. dep. No pets inside or out. Wa- ter included. 260-0933. Leave messaQe. 5/26/3t 1 BR Efficiency Apt. in downtown Chades Town. (1 parson occupancy). $430/month + sec. dep. Call LouAnn at 283-4794. 5/26/2t Townhouse for rent ($1100) in M'burg: 3 8R, 2.5 bath: 37 Dunrobbin Drive (Stonebridge CC), wosh/dry~ garage. 703- 443-8986 and 703-577- 1805. 6/2/2tpd Do you like people? Are you honest, trustworthy and well-groomed? Want to work flexible part time hours? The Washing- ton House B&B, Chades Town, is looking for youl Call 304-725-7923 for an application. 5/12/4t FORA low cost for Sl~ and neutering call Spay Today. 728-8330. 5/30/ff HOST PHOTO SHOOTI Raise $$$ for Yourself, School, Church, Busi- ness. 1-800-892-7604. Glamour, Antiques (Black/ White). 5/26/2tpd Custom Fence and Deck. Installing farm fence, chain link, custom wood. For frea estimatecall304-229- 6544. 5/26/8t Yard Sole. HUGE. SOL June 4, 8 til 7 Summit Point Rd. Last rum before South Jeffemon Elemen- tary School, Locust Hill Dr. 6/2/ltpd Huge Yard Sole: Sat. 6/4 7a-2p, Beside Jeff. Co. Fairgrounds. Appliances, fumiture, Fitness equip organ, bikes, toys, dathes, 1 5" power chop saw, NEW 1/4 hp sub. pump, con- tractor's alum.-pale pump jacks-$150, commercial garage doors-12'x16' w/ openers, & MUCH MOP, Ell Larger items priced, Rest sold by donationl Free Donuts & ceffee. Span. by Rock Spring Church. 6/2/lt Bre~:kenridge Community Yard Sole, Saturday, June 4, 7 AM-2 PM. Rain or shine. Off Old Country Club Road between Flowing Springs & 340. 6/2/1 ~:1 Basement Sole - Satur- day, June 4th, 2005. 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Soup, Mexican, Hot Dogs, Baked Goods & Rummage at Shenandoah Memorial United Methodist Church, Millville. Sponsored by: The United Methodist Women 6/2/It AARP Meeting County Chapter of AARP will hold its monthly a.m. on Thursday, June 9. 'J~ e meeting place is As- Church, 110 West North Street, Charles will speak on National Parks. A light lunch the meeting. Everyone 50 and attend. For more information about the meet- 728-2929 or 725-0308. Point Library Summer Plans so check out the South Jefferson Public Li- summer programs. the 2005 Summer Reading Program will began yes- Out and Read: is this year's program. There The program is open to children in through fifth grade. Various programs, in, : show, craft day, and a puppet show performed by have been scheduled each week from June 18. For more information, contact the library at continue through June, but will cancel and resume August 2. Upcoming programs are Summer fun and more. Programs are held on 11 a.m. and Wednesday afternoons at I p.m. for more information. JAIH to Offer Safe Sitter Class classes for girls and boys age Ii to 13 will be offered Tuesday, June 15 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Hospital. Registration for the 2-day pro- the hospital, is open until June 7, 2004. is a medically accurate program that how to handle emergencies when car- The cost is $35. To register your son or 3 babysitter, call 728-1693. aants also receive helpful tips to make them They learn safety and security precau- do if a stranger comes to the door and when for help. They also receive information on child age-appropriate activities. And they learn about of babysitting. complete the program, the students must pass written test to show that they have mas- COmponents of the course and have the skills neces- an emergency. son, daughter, or your child's babysitter to the course, call Val Penick in the Education de- z Memorial Hospital at 728-!693. alUable Household Furnishings, Glassware & Misc. 410 S. Mildred St Ranson, West Virginia " a smaller home, we will sell: set; Victorian chairs; love seat; 2-Oak drop-lid desk; CUPboard; love seat; 2-Oak washstands; Kimble painted chests; 4 Bentwood chairs; wicker furniture; occasional chairs & rock- metal bookshelves; library ladder; large including depression (serving for 8, Ironstone (white), Halls, Ruby, Carnival; sil- including oil; floor brass lamp w/prisms; mantel clocks; pictures Nutting; advertising trays; Buddy L 22 rifle; Mossberg Model 142A 22 rifle; baskets; mirrors; oriental style rugs; books civil war and old west; brass bird cage quilts; stamp collection; posters; Christmas hand & garden tools; pots, pans and other to mention. Tom 6ast & John Brlggs ;IL L. NIBERT, Proper ID. accidents. Bowers WV Lic #660 Phone: 304-876-2418 e-mail: dcer@Frontlernet, net e Toni 535-6851 Here we are into June al- ing another year of wedded ready. Summer is knocking on bliss: Doug and Nancy Spencer, our door and the call is there to George and Nancy Hough and get outside and enjoy the beau- Marcus and Lucy Rutherford. tiful weather, plan vacations, May you share many more. or just sit back and be lazy. (Oh Elections that there was an opportunity The Bolivar Municipal Elec- for laziness ) Whatever your tion will be held on Tuesday, plans, I hope that you take a June 7, at the Community Cen- moment to share them with ter. The polls will open at 6:30 us. a.m. and remain open until Library Read-A-Tlion 7:30 p.m. Early voting is ben- The library Read-a-Thon has eficial to voters who will be out now concluded. Please remit all of town on election day or those book sheets and funds collect- who are scheduled to be hospi- ed as soon as possible to the talized on that day. The Munic- library. Hopefully the results ipal Office will be open during will be worth the effort and the regular business hours through library building fund will be June 1 for early voting in per- moved a bit higher to comple- son Also, the Bolivar Munic- tion. ipal Office will be open from Book Sale 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday, Speaking of the building May 28 and Saturday, June 4, fund, the library is currently for early voting. accepting books for the annu- Please remember that there al book sale. This year the sale can be no electioneering in the has been moved to Camp Hill recorder's office or property of Methodist Church and will of- the city hall during this time or fer a Friday night preview. For on election day. a $10 entry fee, buyers may pe- Due to Election Day, the ruse the books before the gen- regular Bolivar Town Council eral public. Look for more de- meeting will be held on Tues- tails here and at the library, day, June 14 at 7:30 p.m. Added to the sale this year Candidates will be spaces for rummage sale In the past, I had indicated and craft tables. The spaces my intent to speak with the will be available on the lawn at candidates and I must admit Camp Hill and cost a small fee that I have failed in my du- of $10. Tables must be provid- ties to get the interviews done. ed by the seller as the library However, I can tell you who will be utilizing the church ta- candidates are and for what bles for the book sale. If you are position they are running. The interested in obtaining a space, candidates for mayor of Bolivar call the library to reserve a include current mayor Tim Col- spot. The library respectfully lins, who has served two terms. asks that sellers refrain from Facing off against him are Ed "Bruce" selling baked goods or books, as Hall and John Stroud the library will be selling both Kusner. Both of these gentle- of those items, men are long-time residents of Happy Birthday the town. Lots of birthdays are on our For council seats, those run- list this week. Best wishes go " ning include current coun- out to Nancy Spencer, Wan-cil members Bob Hardy, Mary da Lemon, Linda Rago, Nan-Rutherford, Bob Stewart, and cy Manuel and Miggs Dotson. John Paul Heafer who have Belated wishes go out to D.J. both served long and well in Park, whom I missed last week their positions. Also going for despite his mother's reminding the council seat positions are me-sorry Deej! Carrie Ellen Gauthier, Donna Anniversaries Callar, and Elizabeth Kerwin- June is the month for wed-Nisbet. I admit I don't know dings and we offer congratula- much about Gauthier or Ker- tions to the following celebrat- win-Nisbet; however, Callar The stone steps in Harpers Ferry offer a challenge to some hik- ers, but not this young lady. =e =: of Valuable Household Furnishings, Glassware & Misc. LOCATION: 498 Old Middleway Rd Middleway, West Virginia. From Inwood follow Rt. 51E for approx. 6 miles. (Follow signs) Walnut comer cupboard; Duncan Phyfe sofa; Marble top parlor tables; marble top end tables; Emperor Grandfather's clock; 9 pc. dining room suite; 7 pc. dining room set; hutch; Pine serving table (Young Hinkle); gate leg table; straight back chairs (Middleway); 3 pc. bedroom suite (Queen, Bassett); 4 pc. bedroom suite (Kincaid); Lane cedar chest; occasional chairs & rockers; Kenmore side/side refrigerator; Maytag washer & dryer; GE dish- washer; upright freezer; recliners; Zenith TV; electric hospital bed; electric lift reclining chair; table lamps; glassware including Carnival & Fostoria; silver plated items; pictures; mirrors; andi- rons (Powhatan brass); baker's rack; approx. 30 Longaberger baskets including Collectors Club; single row cultivator; potato plow; 6.5' x 11' utility trailer (new) 2,500# capacity; small air com- pressor; railroad jacks (screw type); pedal operated grind stone; and other items too numerous to mention. Robert Smith & Margaret Wetant Co-Executor's oI K Earl& Bertha Smib TERMS OF SALE: " wv Lic. #660 Cash or check with proper ID. Phone: 304-876-2418 Not responsible for accidents, .Luncheon rights reserved. e-mall: =.= CLERKS: Nibert & Bowers ,: Susan"Butch" Henley has served on the Parks Com- ter, how to pack your pack, fly- mission and was responsible fishing, and historic fly tying. for much of the improvement to For those planning to hike, it Bolivar Park. Whomever your is recommended that you come choice, remember to vote! prepared with water, insect re- Meet the Candidates pellant, sunscreen and comfort- Speaking of voting, the Worn- able shoes. en's Club of Harpers Ferry is National Trails Founder holding a question and answer at Harpers Ferry session for Harpers Ferry can- Susan "Butch" Henley, found- didates only on Saturday, June er of National Trails Day, will 4, at 1 p.m. at the Club House be representing the American on Washington Street. All Discovery Trail at this week- Harpers Ferry residents are end's hiking event. Her un: encouraged to come out and abashed enthusiasm and dedi- meet those running for mayor cation for hiking began in her and council, youth with scouting adventures National Trails Day and became a life-long passion. Harpers Ferry National Final Notes Historical Park is sponsoring That's what I have for this Trails Forever/National Trails week! Kudos to all who turned Day this Saturday, June 4, from out on Monday to watch and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The park has join in the Memorial Day pa- over 20 miles of hiking trails rade and festivities at the mid- that include mountains, gently die school. There was a very rolling fields and flat walking- nice turnout for the speech giv- trails for everyone. Join in one en by Mr. Kidwiler and the hot of nine guided hikes this day dogs prepared by the veterans. or explore on your own. Stop in Remember to call with sum- the Trails Day Tent to find our mer events and to get out and more about event partners. On- visit one another. It is a great going demonstrations include time of year for early morning or making food and filtering wa- late evening walks around town. America Cares Community" 3 Parcels of Valuable Real Estate At 10:00 A.M I will offer for sale: Parcel #1 LOCATION: 406 West 5th Avenue, Ranson, West Virginia Athree (3) bedroom ranch style home (Double Wide, 28x44) with living room, kitchen, two (2) full bath rooms, & laundry room. Amenities include gas heat, central air, public water & sewer, appliances, oak cabinets, & fenced yard. Close proximity to shops & businesses. Exc lleat o ltlonl Property recorded in the office of the Jefferson County Clerk, Jefferson County, West Virginia in Deed Book 356 Page 308 & DB 238 Page 301. Lots 6, 7, 8 & pt 9. Block 107-D (110 x 142.5). Parcel #2 LO(;A TION: 404 West 5th Avenue, Ranson, West Virginia Lots 4 & 5 Block 107-D (60 x 142.5) Property recorded in the office of the Jefferson County Clerk, Jefferson County, West Virginia in Deed Book 264 Page 448. Parcel #3 LOCATION: 0 West 5th Avenue, Ranson, West Virginia Lots 10, 11, 12 Block 107-D (90 x 142.5) Property recorded in the office of the Jefferson County Clerk, Jefferson County, West Virginia in Deed Book 335 Page 628. o fsale on Real A non-refundable Cashier's Check or Cash in the amount of $10,000.00 on parcel #1 and $5,000.00 on parcels 2 & 3, paid on day of sale, with the balance due upon delivery of deed not to exceed 45 days fTom date of sale. All parcels are in the Flood Plain and sold in "as is" condition without warranty. Announcements on auction day will supersede all published material. PLEASE CALL FOR VIEWING OR INFORMATION. Charles K. Nicewarner, Jr Executor Estate of g Louise llall II J j Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia wv .#66o Office: 304/876-2418 Email: :.