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1 6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, June 29, 2000 Complete North A simple idea mushroomed into big action at North Jefferson El- ementary School when parents, businesses and volunteers came together to construct a new track for students. Students at the school compete in the Presidential Physical Fit- ness Test, one component of which requires students to run for one mile. Physical Education teacher Montgomery Keiter attempted to pace off an oval to create a rough version of a track for students to use. Several teachers, watching the process, began talking about the school's need for a track. Dave and Marsha Kidwell, par- ents of a sixth grade student, over- heard the comments and went into action. Dave Kidwell approached Prin- cipal Patrick Blanc about the idea of building the track. He obtained more than $600 in donations from local businesses for the project, as well as securing donated gravel from Millville Quarry and hauling services from Snyder Hauling and Courtney Hauling. Using his own equipment, Dave Kidwell excavated a track area around the school's playground. North Jefferson Elementary teach- ers Emma Layman and Nona Painter assisted Marsha Kidwell and her children, Heather and Robby, in spreading the gravel over the newly created track bed. Students now have a track with designated distances to practice for the President's Physical Fit- ness Test. ROBIN AND LINDA WILLIAMS AT COURTHOUSE The Bluemont Concert Series will feature the nationally re- nowned performers Robin and Linda Williams at its concert at the old Frederick County Courthouse in downtown Winchester, Friday, June 30. It is the second often Fri- day evening performances sched- uled by Bluemont for Winchester this summer. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. and requested admission is $3 per person. All are welcome. Since the early 1970s, Robin and Linda Williams have regularly performed with Garrison Keillor on National Public Radio's "A Prai- rie Home Companion." They have taken their country and folk music from coast to coast, performing at international festivals and major venues from Los Angeles to Radio City Music Hall in New York. They have released 11 recordings and written two musicals for the Lime Kiln Theater. All of that has coa- lesced into a career that has taken them from the stage of the Grand Ole' Opry to intimate coffeehouses. Their homespun mixture of tradi- tional music and contemporary songwriting has produced two top hits on the Americana music chart. Their latest release, In The Com- pany of Strangers, continues that exploration of a unique engaging vein of deeply rooted American music. Spreading gravel on the new track are, left to right, Heather Kidwell, teachers Nona Painter and Emma Layman, and Mar- sha Kidwell. Dave Kidwell breaks ground for the new track with his bull- dozer. Snyder Hauling and Courtney and Sons deliver a load of gravel to the school. Carolyn Ott P.O. Box 113 Millville, WV 25432 Get Well Prayer List Continue to remember in your prayers Lee Roy Reed, Reba Vi- ands, Joe Dodson, Bertha James, Mack Hooe, Sr Josh Oliver, Isabelle Whittington, Gertrude Jackson, Belinda Johnson, Larry Hoffman and Noni Painter. Birthdays June birthdays belong to Elena Moreno, June 9; Isabelle Whittington, June 12; Anita Moreno and Brianna Smoot, June 15; Tangela Marple and Frank Baker, June 16; Loria Headlee, June 21. Anniversary Anniversary best wishes go out to Mary Margaret and Granville Longerbeam, who celebrate their wedding anniversary on June 26. Progress is not an accident, but a necessity. It is a part of nature. --Herbert Spencer Friday, June 30th, 2000 beginning at 5:00 p.m. l Saturday, July 1, 4:00 pm We will be selling the estate of Charles 14. Tomlin of 112 & 114 Northwest St Charles Town, WV FumiturelH0useh0!d Items: Oak dresser w/mirror, Mahog. smoking stand, 5-drawer Poplar chest, jelly cupboard carcass, mantle clock, piano stool w/claw feet, chest of drawers, Keystone kitchen cabinet/granite top, Oak washstand, splint bottom rocker, double Mahogany bed, Mahogany kneehole desk, Victrola, card table, cane bottom chair, Pine night stand, hat rack, brass lamp, sofa, recliner, end tables, heavy duty washer, 4- drawer stand, metal wardrobe, hall tree, metal cabinet, oil lamps, electric sewing machine, freezer, vacuums, books, pots & pans, Coretle ware, misc. dishes, small appliances, baskets, and craft supplies. Collectibles: Early baseball figure and eady turkey iron banks, wash- board, cream cans, egg baskets, straight razors, Pepsi thermometer, butch- ering scales w/weights, small eady basket, WV miner's lamp, Crakum-iron nut cracker, glass butter chum, eady iron geared jack, corn sheller, 10 gal. crock w/lid, apple boxes, and eady lock. Guns and Amm : Remington 222 rifle with scope, 12 ga. Stevens shot gun, Harfington & Richards 38 cal. pistol, Red Ryder BB Rifle (new in box), BB pistol, ammo and ammo boxes. Tools/Shoo: Alum. extension ladders, Homelite weed eaters, seed sower, battery charger, electric chain saw, garden seeder, wheelbarrow, gas cans, electric ice cream freezer, Wilton vise, meat grinder, plastic milk crates, galv. water cans/wash tubs, tool boxes, fishing rods, sm. air com- pressor, Wizard tiller, metal utility cabinet, bench grinder, shovels, rakes, butchering kettle, tree trimmer, electric heaters, dehumidifier, binoculars, 2 portable hand-held scanners, push plow, hand tools and more. NOTE: Mr. Tom~in was a Iongtime resident of Charles Town. Them is a large amount of hand too/s and many items are stiff to be unpacked. Plan on attending this evening auction. J.J. Faircloth, wv.1035 and T.B. Keffer, wv.141o (304) 229.1757 " JJ." J.J. FAIRCLOTH DIRECTIONS: From Main St. in Charles Town, turn onto Northwest SL at Thomassen's Ford Auction located beside Citizen Fire Department. Watch for signs. TERMS: Cash or good check w/ proper I.D. Announcements on sale day take precedence over printed matter. Not responsible for accidents. Nothing to be removed until settled re:. See ow ads o. ike i.ternet at www.BidNextcom The basement of Shenandoah Memorial UMC will be open on Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There are lots of nice things there for sale. Drop by and take a look at the selection of goodies available. The Millville Post Office has gotten a face lift. Take a look at the facility's new sign: Good job Steve and Keith. July 4th is fast approaching. Please remember to be careful on this holiday and make your sum- mer safe and enjoyable. Until next time I:" of Antiques Property Transactions Wayne E. Johnson, Sr Ranson Corp to Robert E. Jones, 117,672. Estate of Margaret Skinner, Charles Town Corp to Herbert A. Russell, 91,500. Richard C. B]ickenstaff, et al, Kabletown, to Tommy W. Trump, et al, 85,000. New River Estates, LLC,Harp- ers Ferry, to Charles W. Hahn, Jr et al, 3,000. David L. Gribben, Harpers Ferry, to Thomas E. Capino, et al, 31,900. Margo C Williams, Charles Town, to Michael S. Camp, 174,700. Michael S. Camp, Kabletown, to Kevin W. Tucker, et al, 118,600. Eastland Associates, WV, Inc Charles Town, to Charles S. Hockensmith, et al, 55,000. Lorraine McDermott, Bolivar Corp. to Cynthia E. Dillow, 89,000. Daymond A. Ransom, Charles Town, to Vincent A. Petti, 2,500. Bobby H. Harper, et al, Harpers Ferry, to Maurice M. Smith, et al, 5,000. Bobby H. Harper, et al, Harpers Ferry, to Helen F. Matheny, 235,000. Bank One, Charles Town, to James D. Wimer, et al, 205,000. Oak Meadow, LLC Charles Town, to Marcus Enterprises, 36,500. Oak Meadow, LLC Charles Town, to Marcus Enterprises, 36,500. Oak Meadow, LLC Charles Town, to Marcus Enterprises, 36,500. Bertha Braithwaite, Shepherd- stown/Middleway, to Robin K. Braithwaite, 25,000. Paul E. Grove, et al, Middleway, to Robert P. Rankin, 50,000. FREE TREE I.D. GUIDE BOOK "What Tree Is That?", a pocket guide for identifying trees, is avail- able free of charge from The Na- tional Arbor Day Foundation. The 72-page guide will help you identify 135 different trees found in the eastern and central U.S. Well-known trees are included: oaks, maples, spruces and pines. Also species such as horsechestnut and mockernut hickory, sassafras and shadbush, persimmon and pawpaw, and pagoda tree and pe- can. Dozens of drawings illustrate the trees' leaves or needles and their acorns, berries, seed pods, cones, etc. "What Tree Is That?" is organized to make it easy to iden- tify trees in a simple step-by-step- fashion. "Helping people enjoy and ap- preciate trees is central to the edu- cational mission of the Arbor Day Foundation," John Rosenow, the foundation's president, said. "Be- ing able to identify trees is impor- tant to knowing how to care for them and how to plant the right tree in the right place." To obtain your free tree I.D. guide, send your name and address to "What Tree Is That?" The Na- tional Arbor Day Foundation, Ne- braska City, NE 68410. ~ Collectibles Longaberger Baskets LOCATION: Jefferson County Fairgrounds, located 3 miles West of Charles Town, WV and 2 miles East of Leetown, WV on Secondary Rt. 15. Mahogany card table; Henkle-Harns drop-leaf table (Mahogany); Oak display cupboard; Oak pedestals; Walnut bed (double); Mahogany dress- er; gooseneck rocker (Cherry); 4 pc. bedroom suite (single bed); kitchen cupboard; assorted glassware; WW II uniform and memorabilia; etc. TOYS:. Fisher Price oilcloth Ear Snoopy, Molly the Cow, and others; Uncle Sam's tin toy "Baby Grand" piano; Magnus toy organ; Ohio Art tea set (1950's); Ohio Art plate from 1918 ("Girl on the Swing" tea set); Raggedy Ann collection; board games & puzzles; other tin toys and banks; Muffy Bears, Beanie Babies and tiny beanies. COLLECTION OF LONGABERGER BASKETS:. Approximately 40 baskets including 1994 Father's Day address basket w/lid, Harbor basket w/lid - Collector's Club, 1996 Collector's Club charter memberShip basket, 1995 Traditions family basket, etc. (Longaberger Baskets will be sold at 6:30 p.m. For acomplete list, call or refer to www.angelfire.com/wv/nibert) David & Nada Lind Shepherdstown U Anise Kelly has entered an assisted living home, and will sell -- Mahogany slant front desk; Duncan Phyfe round table (Mahogany); Mahogany end table; 2-wingback chairs; sofa; Singer sewing machine; 2-refrigerators; 2-apt. stoves; kitchen table; stereo; needlepoint stool; single bed; chest of drawers; dresser w/mirror; lamps; mirrors; pictures; glassware; fans; rugs; Amana air conditioner; metal cabinet; stepladder; pots; pans and other item& Edward L Pine, PoweP of Attorney for Anise F. Kelly DENSIL L. NIBERT Phone: 876-2418 wv Lic. #660 E-mail: deer@ intrepid.net Web Page: www.angelfire.com/wv/nibert Clerks: Hostler & Harrison Auctioneer: Not responsible lib Barbara D. Walker, Charles Town, to Robert R. Hawes, et al, 38,500. Westhall Partnership, Charles Town, to Allunited Homebuilders, LLC 69,000. Gregory M. Burch, Harpers Ferry, to Donald R. Hyler, Jr et al, 30,000. Gina Marie Bailey, Charles Town, to Daniel P. Crum, 115,000. William M. Parker, et al, Middleway, to Matthew C. Pickett, et al, 98,000. Hampton Enterprises, Charles Town, to Richard Bei, et al, 140,000. 15 Parcels from 1 to 230 acres Patrick F. Wilson, town, to Kenneth R. 159,500 Day Ryan Charles Town Sheffer, et al, James Jett, Shenandoh ment LLC 395,000. Shenandoah agement LLC Patricia M. Sanderson,! James A. Ski Town, to Patrick F. 157,000. Troy A. Sirbau Tav A. Pierce, et al, TERMS OF SALE : Cash or check with proper ID. for accidents on property. Luncheon rights reserved. I II II Commercial and Saturday July 8 1 ! :00 AM The Best of Both Worlds! Unbelievable location I. 2 I/2 miles offl-77 and I/4 mile outside Athens City Limi 2 I/2 mile from Fire Station, Police, Rescue, Grocery, Pharlnacy, School. Restaurant, Medical, Gasoline. etc. 3. 6 nailes from Princeton (WaI-Mart, Malls, Theaten$, etc.) 4. 6 hallos from Pipestem State Park (Golf; Restaurants Center, Lodl~e0 Aerial tram, etc. - Pipestem is the West Virginta.) S. I nlile from Concord State College 6. 20 minutes iron1 WintcL-place Ski Resort (14 allies North City water, natural gas, and electricity available. I mile fronting US Route 20 and I mile fronting 45 ltesidentlal Vahles: I . All the privacy necessary for a nudist colony with taking aesthetic value - easily accessible ridges with rolling grass fields down to the water's edge stand of hardwood timber. 2. Black bear and wild turkey - whitetail deer that will eat out hand - a constant menagerie of hawks, geese, ducks, heron, bobcat, coon, etc. ponds stocked with 60# catfish. 3. Plenty of good roads through property and horses. 4. Fenced with 23,000 feet of 8 ft. woven wire and steel post. Cent merelal values: I. I 0,000 automobiles pass this property every day. 2. Only available commercial property from 1-77 to Athens. New 30"x44" two story Amish lod~e complete with tloning, free gas forced air heat, Amtsh furniture and unbelievable view of vaney. I O,OOO automobiles pass the only commercial Rt. 20. 1,936 ft. of uninterrupted, front 497", 254", and 263" frontages). This property has an amazing abundance of wildlife become accustonled tO the protection of a fenced in area. yOU live in the city and enjoy the flora and fauna of National This sale will begin promptly at I 1:00 AM July 8. There parcels to sell so don't be late. Tcmls: 1 0% Cash or cashier'si check day of sale. closing Announcements made day of sale take precedence over any advertisements. Directions: From 1-77 take exit 14 (Athens) turn toward US Rt. 20, turn left (north on US Rt. 20) i/8 mile to You must view the nroDertv nrior to the day of the sale: be accepted. To schedule a v;ewing contact Stove Yost, Roger Brogan 304-384-9736, T. Hazelwood 304-425-3627. Concessions Will Be Available at the Sale C.N. Kirby Realty Co Inc. T. Hazelwood - Broker (304) 425-3627 Jim & Scott Mayberry - Auctioneers (304) 384-7054 - WV License #87-#1396 Bank of Charles Town Equipment and Fumishings and J Due to extensive renovations at the Bank of Charles Town, of severel families to and from the area, I County Fairgrounds. Town, WV and 2 miles east of Leatown, WVon Secondaryl Saturday, July at 9:30 a.m. Auction Held Rain Or Shine OFFICE EQUIPMENT & FURNITURE A larg Credenzas, Office Chairs, Lobby Chairs, Upright and Lateral File Asst. Light Fixtures, Portable Counters, Pictures, Railing related items. These Items from the Bank of Charles 11:30 a.m. and are well-worth FURNITURE Oak Wash Stand w/Towel Bari Duncan Drawer; See. Wing Back Chairs;. Sm. Triple Drop Leaf Table; Sr . Table; Pr. Oak & Uph. Chairs; Nest of Tables; Jenny Lind Easel; Ant. Pressed Back Rocker; Lg. Ethan Allen Com Ensemble (very nice); Wicker Stand; Chest End Table; Pr. Allen Love Seat, Chair & Ottoman, Coffee Table and Pr. Lamp Frame Mirror; Lawn Furniture Set; Sm. Painted Chest; Ant. Wooden Dinette Table w/4 Chairs; Sm. Butcher Block Table Table w/6 chairs; Pine Sofa Table; Oak Dresser; Cedar Lined Floor Chest; Soda Fountain Chairs; Sm. Pine Brass Floor Lamp; Wooden Bookshelves; Asst. Chairs, End (Floor & Bridge); Asst Fans, Heaters, Light Fixtures, Etc. GOLLECTIBLES Set of English China; (3) Ant. Dolls; Lg. Asst, Glassware; Salad Bowl w/Silver Base; Asst. Art Pcs; Wagon; Crocks and Asst. Pottery Pcs.; Old Sleds; Sm. Slot Cherry Pitter & Meat Grinder; Asst. Candle Holders & Sconces; Books including Norman Rockwell, Grand Opera, Gilbert & Revolution, Spirit of Christmas, Etc.; Binoculars; Punch Cans; Lg. Asst. of Kennedy Assassination Publications; Glass Records; Butchering Kettle w/Stand; Asst. Silver & Pewter Pcs; Griddle; Much More! Telescope Celestron Astronomy Telescope w/Tripod & accessories -- -- Used Very Little APPLIANCES, GARDEN, MISCELLANEOUS MW (2) Microwaves; Computer Monitor & Keyboard; Weber Grill & Lifestyler Treadmill; Ceiling Fan; (2) Sets Golf Clubs; Weight Table & Chairs; Eureka Vacuum; Asst. Kitchen Appliances; Tools; Outdoor Games; Dehumidifier; Wheel Barrow; Etc. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: We have quite a variety of items in something for everyone, Come join us on July 8th/ ii -- No Buyer's Premium -- Announcements on I. . auction day take precedence overprinted material. TERMS: Cash or check with proper ID. Number System Used. Not responsible for accidents. Lunch rights resewed. H.M. (3O4) Clerks: Hensell & Hensell