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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1978 r 15 EVERY gilv l$ Si:ILE DRY Oil TH[ [LltS$i00i:i[OSi steel Partial Call 725- ec. range, avocado $200.00 speed, and Bank plaid Summer Specials---Maytag Washers and Dryers at 'Smith and Strider, 302 West Washington Street, Charles Town, 725-5321. June 15-2t For Sale---1 inch aluminum tube 2200 feet; California King size water bed, Trame in headboard. Call after 5:30 p.m. 535-2462. Juen 15-2t For Sale---Good mixed hay, pick up in field. Plan now for winter. Charles Town, 725-8590. June 15-2t Hay For Sa.le---Ist cutting alfalfa. Adam Link & Sons. 725- 7659. June 15-ff For Sale.--Farm, Shepherd- stewn, Persimmon Lane -Rocky Marsh Area, Federal house, Circa 1815, 4 bedroom, 35 acres, stream, tennis court, rifle range, riding ring, no Realtors. $135,000. 304-263-7651. June 8-4t For Sale--Gain truck '66 In- ternational 16 ft. bed, new Parkhurst body, 2 ton adap- table for cattle, excellent con dition. $3,000. Hillsboro. 703-668- 6480. June 8-4t For Sale---23.68 A. West Blakeley orchard on Huyett Road mile west of Blakeley. Out of production 10 years. Ideally located for home and-or horse farm. Call 725-2862 after 8:03 P.M. June 1-ff r gl2-New-nd" usedfar-n ,equipment bought and sold; also complete auction service; and xemoval of dead or down livestock. Phone 304-229-8354, / Edgar A. Behrer. June l?-tf/ . For Sale---Washers, Dryers, Stoves, fully guaranteed. 725, ,3210r 725-5-779,'S-m-ith-& Sideri W. Washington Streetl April 13, ......... : , t For Sale--Approx. I acre[ot Tuscawilla Hills. $7,500. 725-8751/ FOR RENT For Rent--Two bedrooms, den, partly furnished, Slmnnondale. $200. After 6:00 p.m., 725-3180. June 22-It For Rent---Furnished apart- ment, i rooms and bath. Married couple only. Security deposit, references, no,children or pets. Halltown. 725-2742. June l-t? ca--icieaner. " Host steam achh J. lusseil Prifts-i son, I(, 303w. Washington St., Charles Town, W. Va. 304-725- 5511. Oct. 20-if For-:Ren--'w'o - bedroom distinctive, chalet apartment locatedin Shannondale, $250.00 a month. Cand]eberry Rentals, 725-7911 or 725-3183. Oct. 25-ff Rent "a  Lindsay adtomat[c' soRuer, $8 per month. No price increase as long as you rent Alco Sales Co., Inc. 703-662-2401. 1200 Valley Avenue, Wihchester,  Va. 22601. March 24-ff For rent--Pasture on P. T. Perry Shenandoah Farm. Will carry 60to 70cows with calves in normal season. Donald T. Phillips, 725-5163. April 6-ff For Rent--Mobile home spaces. Parkview Mobile Home park.. miles west on Rt. 9. 725-3514. May 15-ff II Ill II Ill II WANTED I I I III I Wanted--Young man to enter unique business venture. Must be honest, have high I.Q. in simple Math, and ability to organize. Little or no cash needed. Phone 725-4115. June 22-1t-pd Wanted--Antiques, oak tables, beds, chairs, drs, war- drobes, ice boxes, roll top desk, Wicker furniture, Jukeboxes, brass and iron beds, anything j old. Call anytime, 725-7843. June 22-4t Wanted--Someone to care for elderly woman in exchange for room and board. Call 725-3219. June 15-2t-pd Will do babysitting in my home. Call anytime. 725-7258. June -4t N&L Const. Painting, Carpentry. and Concrete. Small jobs only. 725-5397. June 8-4t-pd Will babysit in my home week- day evenings after 5 o'clock and on weekends. Call 725-4835. May 18-6t Earthworm growers needed. Raise worms for profit. For info!'mation call Frank Drake 1- 304-258-3443, County Rep, Jefferson, Morgan, Berkeley for Town and Country Sales. June 1-4t John H. Milton, Jr., Excavating, septic system, basements footers, backfilling and land cleating, road grading, stone' and top soil hauled. 725-8950 or 35-6545. March 9-ff II HELP WANTED III II Help Wanted--Lady for general housecleaning one day per week. Must have own transportation. Call 725-5792 after 5:00 p.m. June 22-1t Help Wanted--Mothers helper, live in. Busy Home and office, 3 small girls. Salary negotiable. Call 725-7797. June 22-It Help Wanted---Positions now open for Part-Time Field Deputy' and Two Full-Time Clerk Typists. Salary and Benefits based only qualifications. Ap- pteatilbe men,eclat the Office of the County Commission until June 26, 1978, at which time applications will be closed. Application Forms and further information are available from the Office of the County Com- mission between the hours of 9:03-4:30, Monday thru Friday. An Equal Opportunity Em- ployer. June 15-2t $250,00 per week for mailing commission circulars at home - possible. Immediate income. No experience required.. For. guaranteed details, send $L00 and a stamped, self-addre.ssed envelope to: Business En- terprise, P.O. Box 455, Ruston, Louisiana 71270. June 8-6t COMMI881ONER'S NOTICE I certify that I have before me for settlement the accounts d the following fiduciaries: Bank of Charles Town, Committee of Festus A. Jenkins. Blakeley Bank and Trust Company, Guardian for Brenda Lee Weaver, Warren Keith Weaver, and Charles Stanley Weaver, minors. Given under my hand this 16th day of June, 1978. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County June 22-2t NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors ,and Beneficiaries of the estate of HAROLD THOMAS GODFREY, SR. All persons having claims against the estate of said HAROLD THOMAS GODFREY, SR., deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof legally verified, to the undersigned at his office at 104 West Congress Street, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 15th day of Oc- tober, 1978; otherwise they may by law he excluded from all i benefit of said, estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may ' appear on or before said day to xamine said claims and otherwise protect their interests. Given under my hand this 15th day of June, 1978, T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County, W. Va. June 15-2t-pd ORDER OF PUBLICATION MAGISTRATE COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Darryi Boyer Plaintiff V. William Giampapa Deftndant Civil Action No. 78-C-350 The object of the above en- titled action is to recover damages on a breach of contract for the boar of a horse, , wit: "Back in Gemini". And it appearing by an af- fidavit filed in this action that the defendant, William Glum- papa is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, and that the defendant owes plaintiff board for said "Back in Gemini" from April 1978 to the present time; it is ordered that William Giampapa do serve upon James B. Crawford, III, Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is 104 West Congress Street, Charles Town, W. Va. 25414, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed  this action on or before July 17, 1978, otherwise judgment by default will be taken against defendant at any time thereafter. A copy of said Help Wanted---Experienced secretary. Write P,O. Box 251- E.E., c-o this newspaper. May 25-ff Moonlight from your home and earn $300 to $500 per month extra income. Couples can work together. Call for interview. 725- 8344. June 15-2t MISCELLANEOUS II NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN" I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by'anyone except my own. Howard L. Cog]e, Rt.3, ! Harpers Ferry, W. Va. June 22-2t.pd Free Puppies---6 weeks old, short hair" terriers. Call 725-4931 after 5:00 P.M. June 22-1t-pd Custom draperies. Wall' covering. Harriet Perks. 710 Jefferson Avenue after 5. June 22-E.O.W. Lost--2 homemade baskets with basketrymaterial. Reward. Please call 263-5601. June 22-1t r I will not be responsible for Wanted--Cleaning person to do an ne ......  . any debts contracted by yo nouse worg  clay each weng. ,,h,e ,ha, m,qf Negotiable- wage. If interested [ .............. :Bemon Chastine please call  before [ Box I9D4 June 22.2t [ Kearneysville, W.Va. Professi0-Poodle Groomingl June I-t-pd by app't, only. Toys $11.00;'J Miniature $1:3.00; Standard I Smith Furniture stripping, $18.00 (Matted Extra.) NO J repairand refinish. We pick up 'Checks. Leetown area. S-4. ] and deliver. Antiques. t. June 2-ff ' I March 2"tl complaint can he obtained from ..... the undersigned Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court June 12, 1978. Roger E. Clipp, Clerk of Court June 15-3t ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Charles Washington Mobley Plaintiff V. Elsie Elizabeth Mobley Defendant Civil Actlon No. 7&.C-1M (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defendant: ' It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Elsie Elizabeth Mobley is a non- resident of the state of Wet Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Elsie Elizabeth Mobley serve upon James B. Crawford HI, Plaintifs attorney, whose address is 104 West Congress Street, Charles Town, West Virginia, an answ, including any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint fried in this action on or before July 1O, 1978. If you fall to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may  taken against you for the relief demanded in the com- plaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the un- dersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court May 31, 1978. Mary L. Rlgleman Clerk of Court June -St FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for final settlement the accounts of Charlotte S. Costello, Ad- ministratrix of the estate of Warren K. Costello, deceased. T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County, W. Va. June 22-2t.pd SPECIAL NOTICE Proposals for the provision of fire and general liability in- surance for County Buildings and Property, are now being solicited by the County Com- mission. Specifications and Deadline for submission are available al the County Commission Office from 9:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M., Monday thru Friday. June 15-2t LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia request bids on: File 31, Reqn. No. 53L Spen- ding Unit, Shepherd College; Commodity, 1 only (DEC) KTll- D Memory management option for DDP 11-40 Computer System; Bid Opening Date and Time, JUne 29, 1978 at 11 a.m. Req. No. 532, Spending Unit, Shepherd College; Commodity, 2 only RK05-AA Disk drive with removable cartridges digital corp. or equal; Bid opening date and time, June 29, 1978 at I1 a.m. Req. No. 533, Shepherd College; Commodity, 1 only Additional 32K wards of care aemory for PDP 11-40 computer system Digital Inc. or equal; bid opening date and time, June 29, 1978 at 11 a.m. File 32, Req. No. 558, Spending Unit, Shepherd College; Com- modity, printing of 1978-79 Shepherd Coll. "Picket"; Bid opening date and time, June 29, 1978, at 2:30 p.m. Req. No. 565, Spending Unit, Shepherd College; Commodity, 2500 football game programs for 1978 season; bid opening date and time, June 29, 1978, at 2:30 p.m. File 42, Req. No. 467, Spending Unit, Public Safety; Com- .modRy, Contract to construe Keyser Detachment Office .in accordance with plans & specs. as prepared by Tennant, Cummings, and Preston Ar- chitects, 1328 Virginia St., E., Chas., W. Va. 2.5.302 for a refundable deposit of $35.00 er set; bid opening date and time, June 29, 1978, at 2 p.m. No bids will he considered unless submitted on forms )rescribe by the Purchasing Division. Specifications available upon application. GLENN R. CUMMINGS, DIRECTOR June 15-2t PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, attorney for John W. Friedman, Trustee in Bankruptcy for the estate of Edward Short, Jr., and Linch Short, Bankrupts, will offer for sale on the 14th day of July, 1978, at 10:00 a.m. o'clock at the front door of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, located at the corner of Washington Street and George Street, in Charles Town, West Virginia, the following described parcel of real estate located in Charles Town District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, more particularly described as follows: All of Lot number 3t, Secflea l- J, as the same is designated on a plat of the Subdivision thereof, made for SHANNONDALE, INC., a corporation, by W, R. Amos surveyor, dated the 12th day of November, INI and reearded in the office ol the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book No, Z,52, page 385, and being a portion of the same tract or parcel of land that was conveyed to ShannondMe, Inc.; by R. J. Funkhouser, by deed dated November, 1959, and of record in the aforesaid Clerk's office in Deed Book No. 25, page 363; all subject to the restric- tions and covenants set forth in that certain deed executed October 3, 1967, conveylng'the aforesaM property to Edward H. Short, Jr.. and recorded in the aforesaid Clerk's office in Deed Book No. 261 at page 419. Also included is  club membership. William A. O'Brien Attorney for John W. Friedman, Trusten in Bankruptcy Terms of Sale: Cash Auctioneer: Paul Miller, Jr. June -Jt KEARNEYSVILLE Mrs. Wallace Welsh Dial 876-6845 The children and families of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Creamer enjoyed 'an outdoor barbecue Sunday for Father's Day, in- cluding Mr. and Mrs. Henry McDonald and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and children, Keedysville, Md., and Dick, Mary Frances and Ginger. There is a saying that fathers are very special people. They are tender but sometimes strict, stern but often funny, their strength is the mainstay, and their warmth is the joy of growing up. This was the theme of the annual Father's Day covered dish supper Sunday night at the Grace United Church of Christ with abundant crowd for the meal, which followed with a program put on by the youth of the church in honor of their fathers and grandfathers. With the openini hymn, "This Is My Father's World", Anna Mary Willingham read the origin of Father's Day. Scripture was John 15:1-4, "The Vine and the Brnches", read by Ginger Stanley. Three poems were read by Chris Walls, Molly Welsh and Matt Shade. The younger youth sang Happy Father's Day to the tune of Happy Birthday. Special fathers present were presented football mums with Dad letters in the middle. Those were: youngest  father present, Bill Eisenhart; oldest father, John McCarty; father with most children )resent, Ray ,Walls; father with youngest child present, Ray Walls; father with the oldest child, John McCarty; grand- father with the most grand- children, Ernest Heflin. Closing prayer was led by Ray Walls, and all joined in for the closing hymn, "Faith of Our Fathers". Mrs. Margin Johnston, Mrs. Salome Sturgis, Mrs. Isobell Creamer attended the Keyser Area Extension Homemakers meeting held at the Frankfort High School in Keyser, W. Va., Juxle 14, in Mineral County. They were part of the group of Jof. ferson County Homemakers representing different clubs. Visiting several days with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer is their granddaughter, Angela Stod- dard, Craigsville, W. Va. Callers over the weekend and Fathers Day were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rickard and family, Hillsboro, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Robb Braith- ware and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mason and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Athey and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Creamer and family. The Edgewood Ext. Homemakers Club met June 14 at the home of Mrs..Ben. Sen- eindiver with 11 members present. President, Mrs. Henry McDonald, presided. For devotions, Mrs. Hilda Burhman read a poem. Business discussed was the Keyser meeting with the club having four represen- tatives, Mrs. Isohell Creamer Mrs. Hllda Burhman, Mrs. Edna Frye and Mrs. Ruby Brady. There were 36 from Jefferson County; discussion of volunteer work at various rest homes in the county; June 28, members are to tour Hickory Farms Cheese at the Valley Mall; Aug. 26 - September 2, will be the Jefferson County Fair, with the club to have a display on "Conserving Energy"; club Will donate money for a member of a 4-H Club, Dawn Link, to Camp Frame; Mrs. Eleanor Brown and Mrs. Ruby Brady helped at the baked goods booth at the Mountain Arts and Crafts Festival. Mrs. McDonald gave a short lesson on "Child Discipline NOTICE ,TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the estate of LILLIAN K. JOHNSON. All persons having claims against the estate of the said LILLIAN K. JOHNSON, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exh|bit same, with the voucher thereof legally verified, to the undersigned at his office at 104 West Congress Street, CharleSTown, West Virginia, on w, belore the 22nd day of Oc- tober, 1978; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or bofore said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests. Given under my hand this 2rid day of June, 1978. T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County, W. Va. Jun IS.t-pd Without Guilt". She read a poem that pertained to the subject. Mrs. Sencindiver introduced a special guest, Mr. Roy Dick of Shepherdstown, who gave a demonstration for Miracle Maid Dinner. He prepared and served green beans, potatoes, meat loaf, sweet potatoes, cabbage, carrots, rolls and spice cake. The members enjoyed the meal and seeing the many ways to prepare the food in the special pans. Mrs.Isobell Creamer won a fry pan as the door prize. Meeting dismissed and the club will meet July 10, at the home of Mrs. Boteler Link, Jr. Mrs. Margin Johnston, Mrs. Nora Walls and Mrs. Salome Sturgis, attended the Central Atlantic Conference of the United Church of Christ, June 9- 11, at the James Madison University near Harrisonburg, Va. Rev. Bronson Staley will begin a three-weak vacation and filling the pulpit this Sunday will be Rev. Maol, of Chambersburg, Pa. HOSPITAL NOTES Medical and surgical patients admitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital June 12 through June 18 included: Bessie Bowers, Shepherd- stown. 'Dorothy Alexander, Ranson. Lucille Chamblin, Ransom Kevin Whitaker, Harpers Ferry. Clyde Reed, Harpers Ferry. Robert Ballenger, Ranson. Margaret Shirey, Ranson. Lucille Thomas, Rippon. Irvin McCauley, Earleysville, Va. James Thorton, Harpers Ferry. Helen Falls, Charles Town. Ywatta Brown, Shenandoah Junction. Nancy Faircloth, Kear- neysville. Evelyn Brill, Kearneysville. Glynis Brown, Ranson. Charles Longerbeam, Harpers Ferry. John Moler, Ranson. Deborah Painter, Shepherd, stown. Maria Lopez, Charles Town. Linda Hahn, Rippon. Dorothy Eagle, Ranson. Doris Bayles, Ransom David Henry, Ranson. Denise Long, Ranson. "Deborah Cunningham, Beonsboro, Md. Arlie Baker, Charles Town. Cedric Sullivan, Bakerton. Debra Rickard, Millville. Kenneth Leake, Kear- neysville. Elizabeth Myers, Charles Town. Roy Mason, Summit Point. Trudy Thomas, Rippon. ' Roy Hoffmaster, Ranson. Ann Jones, Millville. Isabel Albright, Ranson. Elizabeth Lawrence, Harpers Ferry. Susan Tillman, Martinsburg. Donald Runion, Kear- neysville. Matbew Smith, Charles Town. Douglas Currier, Harpers Ferry.. Dana lerson, Charles Town. Maggie Longerbeam, Harpers Ferry. Thomas Howell, Harpers Ferry. Charlotte James, Harpers Ferry. Shirley Ferrell, Shenandoah Junction. Clifton Poston, Kearoeysville. Larry Burch, SummR Point. Lillian Poe, White Hail, Md. Wilson Laird, Harpers Ferry. Robert Pugh, Harpers Ferry. John Brown, Charles Town. Richard Morris, Charles Town. Jeffrey Anders, Ranson. Cecil Dickerson, Ranson. Roger Vanhoozer, Ranson, Cindy Bennett, Charles Town. Thomas Weisenburg, Kem:- neysville- Martha Ott, Harpers Ferry. Angeia Weller, Charles Tmvn. Lillie Whittington, Harpers Ferry. George Rutherford, Charles Town. Howard Shreck, Charles Town. Eric Austin, Baltimore, Md. Wiley Wainwright, Ranson. June Diavolikis, Ranson. James Faust, Harpers Ferry. Anna Gi'y, Harpers Ferry. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. James Lung, Kearneysville, a son horn June 15. Mr. and Mrs. John Henshew, Hedgesville, a daughter born June 15. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Mason, Charles Town, a daughter born June 17. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Housden, Shenandoah Junction, a daughter born June 17. MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-2750 Ross and Alice Stagner will be celebrating their 58th wedding anniversary on July I, and after 58 years of keeping the family together, R's time we say "Happy Anniversary", and many thanks, says Marguerite, Mike, Treva, Barbara Ann, Clayton, Leon, Ruth, Jackie and Terry Lee, your sons and daughters: Schedule Sports IActiviti00 Which IBegins June 26 Charles Town Junior High School in conjunction with the Jefferson County Community Education Program will sponsor the follwoing activities on a weekly basis beginning on June 26: Monday, 3:30 to5 p.m., "Three on Three Basketball" for youth, ages 13to 15; 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., "Basketball Hot Shot Tour- nament" for youth, 12 to 15; 7:30 ! to 9 p.m , co-ed: volleyball. Tuesday, 3:30 to 5 p.m., fundamentals of weight lifting and football for youth, 12 to 15; 6 to 7:30 p.m., fundamentals of hexing for youth, 12 to 15. Wednesday, 8:30 to 8:30 p.m., Family Night for all ages, with volleyball, shuffleboard, basketball, weight lifting, jump rope and jogging. Thursday, 3:30 to 5 p.m., fundamentals of weight lifting & football for youth, 12to 15; 7 to 9 p.m., recreational basketball, for persons 18 and up. Saturday, 3 to 5 p.m., recreational basketball for persons 18 and older. For additional information, call Mr. Stanton at 725-710 or J. V. Walter, m, at 725-9741. Young: stopping Reds in Africa "no. Y' priority. llll I I Ill l lllll I III II II III WANTED! Coppersmiths "Marine Expedence" required. MachinMs 'Must have apprentice papers & 5 years experience." Apply Bethlehem Steel Corp. 815 Key Highwaj Baltimore, Md. 21230 An Equ00 Opportunity Employer June 22.21'. I I I I WANTED! RELIABLE MAN Between 30- 50 Years Old For Full- Time Mechanic REFi00ENCES REOUIR/D HILLS GULF SERVICE DIAL 715- 7809 - 4301 n. 0eOrl Street Ckodes Town, W.Va.