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16 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE " THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1984 Legion Post, Auxiliary Install New Officers NEW POST OFFICERS -- Shown in the above picture are the newly elected and in- stalled officers of Jackson-Perks Post No. 71, American Legion of Charles Town. They are seated (left to right)--James Shade of Mar- tinsburg, installing officer; William Lan- caster, Post Adjutant; John Hawkins, Post Commander; John Ward, Americanism Of- ricer. Standing (left to right)--Eugene Billmeyer, 10th District Commander; Donald Glassford, Post Service Officer; Charles Ott, 3rd vice-commander; Lois Mackey, Finance Officer; George Vickers, 1st vice commander, West Virginia Depar- tment of Legion; Guy H. Miller, member Post executive committee; Matthew Bittle, Chaplain; Frank Foight, sergeant-at-arms; Arthur Fauble, member of the executive committee. Other officers not present are.'. Charles Huff, historian; Gary Kisner, 2nd' vice-commander; James Morison, member of the executive committee and Pare Kisner, chairman of Child & Youth work. LEGION AUXILIARY OFFICERS -- Shown Geri Ritenour, installing officer; Chris above are the newly elected officers of the Miller, 1st vice-president; Shirley Jones, 2nd Auxiliary of Jackson-Perks Post No. 71, vice-president; Louise Bentz, assistant American Legion of Charles Town, who were sergeant-at-arms. Other officers not present installed in a joint installation ceremony held are: Ilene Bittle, secretary; Burla Tenney, at the Legion Home. Theyare: (left to right)- chaplain; Jane Ott, historian and Ruth --Jo Ann Cruz, sergeant-at-arms; Cheryl Morison, Parliamentarian. Hawkins, treasurer; Linda Bittle, President; Jackson-Perks Post 71 and Auxiliary Unit 71 of the American Legion held a joint installation of officers at the Post home. James Shade of Berkeley Post 14 served as Installing Officer. He is a past department commander of West Virginia, and is currently serving as alternate to the national executive committee. Eugene Billmeyer, 10th District Commander, from KirbyPost 134, served as installing sergeant-at- arlTIS. Geri Ritenour from Berkeley Unit 14 served as installing officer for the Aux- iliary. She is a past 10th District president. Commander Hawkins read a letter to the editor praising the local Memorial Day service. The letter was from a family passing through the Charles Town area, who were deeply impressed by the service. Following the installation, a social hour was held. Roy Thompson, new club manager, prepared a delicious buffet for the officers and guests. MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-8678 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands of Chestnut Hill were visitors of Mrs. Janie Kuhn and daughters. Mrs. Joyce Hibbitts, and daughter, Mrs. Sharon Ott and daughters, and Mrs. Carolyn Cooper and son were Saturday evening visitos of Pat and Janice Hostler. , Mrs. Darlene Weister and daughter Kelli and son,'S~yne of Hostlers Road were Sunday eve-~i~g visitors of her parents Guilford an Sarah Turner Mrs. Ludelle Ott and Mr. Sammy aden were Wednesday evening visitors of their mother Mrs. Nellie Oden and Pauline and Bill. Mrs. Marsha Kidwell of near Leetown was a visitor of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Philip Oden and daughter, aden were Sunday evening visitors of Congratulations to Randy Ott Jr. for Mrs. Hess at Dodaons Trailer Park, his birthday on June 21. Martinsburg. Mrs. Lanie Magaha of Charles Town Mrs. Shirley Fitzwater of Charles was Friday visitor of her sister, Mrs. Town, Mrs. Kathy Viands of Chestnut Adeline Oden. Hill, Mrs. Ruby Ott, Mrs. Janie Kuhn Mrs. Virginia Wilt of Park View and daughters Becky and Amy were Trailer Park spent Friday and Satur- Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Junior and Lisa of Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle were visitors on Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and Kelly and Christine and daughter Jessica. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond WaLes and Kenny, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and granddaughter Jessie.a, Mr. and Mrs. ,Earl Cogle and Jennifer, Mrs. Frances Price, and Mrs. Vanessa Everhart were visitors on Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Luther and children. Cogle. Mrs. Lanie Magaha of Charles Town, Mrs. Adeline Oden and Duane NOTICE: Pierson were Friday visitors of Mrs. THE GARBAGE PICK-UP Eva Bell and granddaughter JoAnn. SCHEDULED FOR JULY 4th IN Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Ott were Sunday RANSON, WILL NOT BE PICKED evening visitors of the farmer's sister, UP UNTIL THURSDAY, JULY 5. Mrs. Nellie aden and daughters-2~-w Pauline. Miss Mary Shumaker of Bolivar was NOTICE Sunday visitor of Mr. Sammy Oden Notice is given that Ramavege, Inc and family, a W. Va. Foreign Corporation, is Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands ofdissolving its W. Va. Corporation Chestnut Hill were Sunday visitors of License and no longer is engaging in the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. business in the State of W. Va. Millard Ott. 6/21/2 Mrs. Betty Pierson and son Duane were visitors of Mrs. Adeline aden. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Jerry and Joyce Hibbitts of Harpers To the Creditors and Beneficiaries Ferry Mountain Club, Mrs. Janice of theE~tateof Hostler and Danny Ott were visitors of THOMAS G. PENWELL, JR. Mr. Quinton Ott, a patient at Valley All persons having claims against View Nursing Home, Berkeley Springs the estam of the said Thomas G. Pen- on Sunday. well, Jr, deceased, whether due or Lee and Joan Rollison and daughter not, are notified to exhibit same, Bridget and son Trevor of Chestnut with thevoueher thereof legally veri- Hill were Sunday evening visitors of fled' to ~k)e undersigned at his office Mrs. Carolyn Cooper and daughter at119 E. Liberty Street, Charles Town, Pam and son Scott. West Virginia, on or before the 21st Weekend visitors of Millard and daY of ugnst, 1984; otherwise they Ruby Ott were Mr. Mark Wiley of Mid- may by hw be excluded from all ben- dleway, Mrs. Janie Kuhn and efit of slid estate. All beneficiaries daughters Shelia, Becky and Amy, of said tate may appear on or be- Mrs. Debbie Combs and daughter fore saidday to examine said claims Aiicia and son, Chris, Mrs. Raechael and othe-wise protect their interests. Turner and son Gary, and Mr. Dale Given under my hand this 15th Harding. day of Jme, 1984. Bruce and Tammy Longerbeam and MICHAEL D. THOMPSON daughter Samantha and son Jason of Fiduciary Commissioner Orchard Hills were Saturday evening Jefferson County, visitors of the hatter's father, Mr. Sam- ~/z~/~r,West Virginia my Oden and family. IWv'ITATION TO BID Verna Ott spent the weekend with The Baird of Education of Jeffer- her grandmother Mrs. Ludelle art and son Couny will receive sealed bids daughter Susan. on or bebre noon, Friday, July 6, Susan Ott, and Randy Oft, Jr. have 1964, for the purchase of regular been on the sick list with a virus, gasoline, no-lead gasoline, diesel SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 Regan Smoot celebrated her 4th bir- thday last Sunday with a party given by her mother Norma. Those present Friday night with his friend Mike mother Mrs. Mary Johnston at the were Amy and DanaJackson, Melanie Hooe and family at Charles Town. Bloomery. and Renee Redgers; Heather Walling; Mrs. Delorese Reed was Thursday . Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleycay was Waynie and Jessica Rudy; Stevie, morning visitor of Mrs. Janice~Sunday visitor of his mother Mrs. Cora Angle and Amanda Chapman; Hostler. Wiley and son Paul. Stephanie and Sarah Fravel; Kris Mrs. Joan Roltison and children and Becky Kuhn was visitor of MissP~odgers;Mrs. BrendaP,~)dgers;Mrs. Mrs. Carolyn Cooper attended the pic- Sherri Cogle. Pare Fravel; Mrs. Brenda Chapman; nic at the Chestnut Hill United A Joy Fellowship was held at the Mrs. Faye Rodgers; Mrs. Shirley Methodist Church. Assembly of God Church at Hayfield, Chapman; Mrs. Brenda Jackson; Mr: Chester Dillow of Baltimore, Va. on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Those Mrs. Frances Rndgers. The theme of Md was Sunday visitor of his sister, attending from Mannings Assembly of the party was Strawberry Shortcake Mrs. Mae Dietrick. God were Charlotte Beahm, Chris and it was served along with other par- Mr. Merle Oden of Flowing Springs Kicher, Genevieve Penwell, Ruby Ott, ty favors. Regan received many nice Road was Sunday evening visitor of June Smallwood, Gladys Ott, Doris gifts. his mother Mrs. Nellie Oden and William, Virginia Dillow, RuthHeather Walling of Hagerstown, Md. daughter Pauline. Tucker, Arlene Nagy, Annette Urciolo, spent the past week with her eo~in Jerry and Joyce Hibbitts and Mrs. Hall and Dottie. Mrs. Mason of Renee and Melanie Rodgers and daughter were Sunday evening Potomac Park Campgrounds, Falling parents Brenda and Michael. visitors of Danny and Sharon Ott and Waters was speaker. The delicious Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rndgers and daughters, meal was served by the men of the Kris of Harpers Ferry were visitors on Mr. Gary Penwell of Riverside was church. Everyone had an enjoyable Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Saturday visitor of his parents, Mr. time. Captain Rodgers and Norma Smoot and Mrs. Thomas Penwell and family. Mrs. Ruby Ott, Mrs. Janie Kuhn and and Brant and Regan. Mrs. Terry Staubs and daughterdaughters and Kim Higgs of Chestnut Mrs. Alta Mac Dinterman and Christine and son Jerry Jr were Sun- Hill were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Jr. were visitors during the day visitors of her mother Mrs. Minor William Smallwood and Mrs. Gladys week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. at Orchard Hills. OtL Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Browning of Mrs. Teresa Vincent and daughter Mrs. Sharon Ott and daughters Blue Ridge Acres were visitors during Leslie and son R.J. of Harpers Ferry Tracey and Shannon were Saturday the week with Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Mountain Club were weekend visitors visitors of Mrs. Carolyn Cooper and Piper. of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Philip daughter Pam and son Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus Wiley and sons. Jerry and Joyce Hibbitts and and Laura and Kristi of Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ott and sondaughter were Saturday night visitors Md. were visitors during the week with were Sunday visitors of the latter's of Danny and Sharon Ott and Mrs. Gloria Grove and Romla and parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Long daughters Tracey and Shannon. Victor. and family at Silver Grove. Stacey Hibbitts returned to her Mrs. Elma Jean Whitehair and Mrs. Pauline Adams and daughter home at Harpers Ferry Mountain Club Brian of Harpers Ferry were visitors Tammy of Orchard Hills and Mr. Bill after spending two weeks with her during the week with Mrs. Vanessa grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Luther Everhart. Hibbitts at Alexandria, Va. Mr. Raymond Waters and Kenny, Mrs. Joan Rollison of Chestnut Hill, were visitors on Saturday with Mr. Mrs. Joyce Hibbitts of Harpers Ferry and Mrs. Nelson Waters of Harpers Mountain Club, Mrs. Carolyn Cooper Ferry. and daughtex Pam, Mrs. Delorese Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and Reed and daughters, Crystal and Chris, Junior and Lisa of Fox Glen Angie and Mrs. Sharon Ott and Mr. were visitors during the week with Mr. fuel, regular and diesel motor oil, an- U-freeze md transmission fluid for use in ve[icles. Also, No. 2 fuel oil and LP gat for use in buildings of the Jefferson County Board of Education Contracts will be for a one year )eriod from July 1, 1984, thru June D, 1985. All bids ire to be submitted on bid forms. Fonms can be obtained at the Board of F lucation Office in Charles Town on,eekdays from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The Board reserves the right to rej t any or all bids. Raymond H. Frazier, Jr. 6-21-2 Superintendent PUBLIC In execution of trust, dated Novemer 25 by John M. Hitri and Hitrik, to the and recorded in te Clerk of the Count Jefferson County, Vest Deed Book 432, atpage having been made n the the debt therein s~cured, required by the sale at Public Auction door of the Court Town, West Vir['mia, June 29, 1984, at !):00 D.S.T the follow~ng estate being all of Lot 2 A, together with Section l-A, in the division in the Magisterial District d County, West Virginia, lots are bounded and plat of said Section in division, made by dated and Plat Book 1, at page 139. Section I-A fronts 75.0 west side of Mason Water Front Lot 40 feet on the east Drive and extends to mark with all appurtenant to said lots to all reservations, restric Terms will I One-third cash on balance in two evidenced by the chaser, bearing even sale, payable on or two years after date bearing interest from percent (8 percent) payable semi-annually, deed of trust upon the and assignment of a reasonable amount buildings thereon, if privilege to the aH cash on day of the cash payment Any sale journed by the time as he ma) discretion, and rising shall be requied publication once of ke vertisement with notee Said property b im[ dwelling house. For inspection ofpremi call Jack F. Scot; West Virginia, 725- 18. 6/7/4 The C)rporation of Ranson's Sewer Commltee, C~ Thomas B. Sowers, Jr Wi|mont G. Carson an~ Henry' ore now ~ccepting bids for a sewer line measuring 610' inch (6")transite pipe Including four (4) marmoles. It datory that all bids ore to be typed and sealed end includ ring and completion date. All contractors bidding m raee, their owt insurance and be bonded. All bids must be s . gin, to Ransm City Hall, 312 South Mildred Streat, Ran~soq~ nf ~0ftl~ Virginia 25438, in a sealed envelope, ATTN: Mr. Th~ 1)a~: Sowers, Ir by July 2@, 19414. ~Anti-K :: .Td[ Work work i NOTICE " ' &eL, a. Pursmnt to the provisions of West Virginia law and ~e Regulatbns for the Government of the Democratic Pa~]htt)~l~id Virginia, NOTICE is hereby given to all recognized memO Bidd Democratic Party in Jefferson County that Mass Ig~*y do held for tte five (5) magisterial districts, on July 10, 1984, at 7: P.M. for inch respective district as stated below, for [he ring delegates and alternates for the forthcoming State held in Clarleston, West Virginia, on Saturday, August 18, 1984. 1. Chwles Town District: Joseph Christian. Jr Tern man, to I~ held at the Jefferson County Courthouse, CharleS elect seve~ (7) delegates and seven (7) alternates. 2. Haners Ferry District: Douglas S. Rockwell Tern man, to b~ held at the Hilltop House, Harpers Ferry, to delegates md nine (9) alternates. 3. Kabi4itown District: Gary Kable, Temporary Chairman, i at the Kableresidence, 100 Burns Drive, Tuscawilla Hills elect nine (9Xdelegates and nine (9) alternates. 4. Mlddlevay District: Lyle Tabb, Temporary at the Tabb r~ldence, Leetown, to elect six (6) delegates alternates, 5. Shepher~town District: D. Lee Morgan, be held at the l~n's Club, Shepherdstown, to elect six (6) six ($) alternate~ LYLE TABB, County day night with her son and daughter- Robert Wiley at Ransom Jerry Ott were Sudnay visitos of Pat and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. in-law, Lee and Joan Rollison andCongratulations to Rev. James Holtz and Janice Hostler. Mr. and Mrs. Bucky Chapman and [ ~?UBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION children at Chestnut Hill. for his birthday on June 25. Mr. and Mrs Glenn Ott and Mrs. SLavic, Angle and Amanda of the Mrs. Delorese Reed and daughter Mrs. Sarah Turner was ThursdaySarah Turner were Sunday evening Bloomery were supper guests on Man- J : OF WEST VIRGINIA k Crystal were Monday evening visitors visitor of her mother Mrs. Mabel Wilt visitors of Mrs. Mabel Wilt at Chestnut day evening with Mr and Mrs. Floyd l CHARLESTON ~ ~r~tior of Mrs. Janice Hostler. at Chestnut Hill. Hill, Chapman and granddaughter Amy. IGENERAL ORDERIO. 214.6 , Mrs. sarah Turner, Duane and Don- Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Larry and Dorothy Hoffmaster and Jennifer and Junior Cogle were |AMENDMENT TO RILES AND REGULATIONS t h .the na Turner and daughter Sarah Beth MillardOttfortheirthirty-ninthwed- ]son Eric of Ranson wereSunday visitors during the week with Mr. and /FOR THE GOVERNlt NT OF ELECTRIC / UTILITIES,~ tl andvisitorsSOnofPerrYMrs, wereMabelMOndaYwilt at ChestnuteVening dingMissanniversarYLisa aden OnspentJuneFriday18. night visitors, of Mrs. Mae Dietrick Mrs. Timothy Stewart and Chris, / Proceeding Upon Conrnission s Own Motion ! -" "" Hill with her sister and brother-in-law ]'MARTINSBURG 'Irl,Jlll~IV llldlrI'~rlk Mi~A'V l NOTCE OF PROPOSED RULES .J OFS, I was sorry to hear about the sudden Marsha and David Kidweil near AG ms muu mm . .pu msnnm nu. wwm s - ~town / AND OPPORTTdN.TY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN COMMI~3~ - " death of Mrs. Mildred Cline. My I prayers and sympathy go out to the Joey and Sandy Ott of Flowing[Englnes LOWAS$17$1 1 i,By order entered on ame 22, 1984, proposed rules and family and friends. Springs Road were Friday evening |Transmis.s Low as1 I CUSTOM IFAI MIN(; ! promulgated by tie Public Service Commission Mr. Robert Ott of Charles Town was visitors of the former's mother Mrs. t I ------ - --" :: l Jlegislative rules pursuant the Commission's obligations untlll[ -" u visitor of his sister Mrs Ludelle Ott and daughter Susan J,u, me~r~ a.m~qn uyumeyvamlealuauy I C;ombinincl I /2A-I of theresidentialWeSt Virginiarates f de" These rules relate to the T esday tow Prlcen Nellie aden and daughter Pauline. Lee and Joan Rollison and children H t'uwr.r .e"a.S ! No-Till Drilling,[reduced electric service during the ours ~amroay BrueeandTammyLo,gerbeamand and Mrs Virginia Wilt of Park View,am's: aturoaye-, I R n.a o-i:--- I Iseasonandf rthedeterminaionandcertfficationofrevenuedlJll lll Tra . ~mday IO-3ONLY daughter Samantha and son Jason of ilerParkwerevlsRors( Mr.Qum . IIO'3?NL;y,I I Iresulting fr m the extension 4 such special reduced rates" ' ton tt " i N r - S - he -.-.- Irate schedules are to be applid to electric service provided Orchard Hills were Friday evening 0,a patmr/t at Valley V ew u- I rhar'-- v I visitors of the latter's father, Mr. sam- sing Home at Berkeley Springs on i : I I Iwhichc rrespon dtotheb nthsofDecember'January' JllY my aden and daughter Kathy and Saturday [ ell da a I qlfllAlO"J L I |March and April of eaeh year. rhese rules are being promu]ll J [ so 3s ucSae n oJs;ierTisp my 2ycen /Procedures Act and the provisiom of Code See. 24-1-7 in effect II I I I " I-- - I i /of the fdins f the proPosed rules n the ffice f the Secretary llllll r COMPARE OU-R LIE " /such pr visi ns apply t the PublitService C mmissinn" / CH/RUE i J Backhoe Service, Dump Truck, J RATES & SERVICE ' r v I HEI iRY I I G a el, Top Soil, Sand, I ! Any interested parties desiring o comment on the pro Ida so by filing written comments the Commission on or BEFORE YOUR RENEW YOUR,ill~ I I~ [ " " Ur . eptlc Tanks, etc AUTO or HOMEOWNERS *[ Gravel Sand Ton Soil. j " l: II 'Xm'direetedt :H wardM'C'mml am ]l -"~ -" 11 I J Execative 8ecreta j. FRANCIS M. FRYE . / Snow e.movol, JIl " I I James W. Long, Sr. j I e.b,es,ceCom, issin. ,- : [ Room E-217. Slate Opitoi Building RANSON REAL ESTATE l FmOm I I ,oo ox,2 I I Charleston, West Vir~ia 25305 g INSURANCE CO, 1 So.i. " ! I Charles Town. W. Va. |I |throughAny persOncorrespondencewho desireStoaMr.COpyHowardMOf propoSedcunningham.rUle maY 72S'707] / ChorlesTown, W.Vo. Phene:72S.ml I I I f~by calling the Commissions toll free