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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE TllURSDAY, JULY 6, 1978 Consecrate Chestnut Hill U. M. Church Sunday Afternoon On Sunday afternoon, July 9, The final construction at 3 p.m., the United Methodist element, the steeple, was lifted Church at Chestnut Hill, atop the into place on Saturday, June 17. Blue Ridge Mountains of the Television news cameras from West Virginia Panhandle, will Washington's Channel 7 celebrate another milestone in recorded the event, which was its 80-year history. The church broadcast the following Tuesday building this ll0-member as part of the 6:30 news. congregation built, largely with Bishop Mathews will be their own hands, will be con- assigned in the Consecration secrated by Bishop James K Service by the Rev. Wilson Mathews. And to the best of Shearer, District Superin- anyone's memory, this will be tendnet, and the Rev. Frank the first time a Bishop of the Mentzer, pastor of the United Methodist Church ever Shenandale Parish, of which the visited this mountain com- Chestnut Hill Church is pastor. munity. Building their own house of The public is invited to share worship took the small with the Chestnut Hill congregation about five years, congregation in this special day Volunteers worked evenings and in the life of their church. The weekends to build the 200-seat church is located on Chestnut brick structure designed by Hill Road, about 41/ miles south architect William H. Shoemaker of Harpers Ferry. Chestnut Hill of Silver Spring, Md. Estimated Road intersects State Route 9 at to between$1S0,000and$200,000, the top of the Blue Ridge the building was completed with Mountains, about 30 yards west an indebtedness of less than of the Virginia-West Virginia $15,000. border. I recuperating. SILVER GROVE Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and Mrs. Juanita Buzzard children' of Martinsburg; Mr. Dial725-2240 and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny I IIIIII Ill III I Everhart and daughter were Mr. 'and Mrs. Larry Buzzard dinner guests on Sunday wRh and Christine and Kelly, Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and Mrs. Roger Cole and Traeey, family. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Waters Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs were and son, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy dinner guests Sunday with Mrs. Stewart and Children, Mrs. Jessie Staubs of Tuscawilla Lillian Stewart and grandson, Hills. Jennifer and Junior Cogle, Mrs. Mrs. Lucille Waters and son, Debra Grey and Jason and Mrs. Thelma Cogle, and Mrs. Ronnie, Ricky, Roxanne, Kim Juanita Buzzard and daughters and Cindy Everhart motored to were visitors Monday with Mrs. King's Dominion on Saturday Doris Stewart and family of Fox and enjoyed the day. Glen. Mr...and Mrs, Charles Mr.-and Mrs. Junior Howell Everhart and Chuckle and Billy and family of Gainesville, Va.; and Mrs. Vanessa Everhart left I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick of on Monday evening and motored I Chestnut Hill: Mr. and Mrs. to Williamsburg and spent I Bobby Longerbeam of Mt. several days. They toured the IMission; Mr. and Mrs. Paui Old Country and Bu;ch Gardens I Grove and son, Mrs. Anne Grove and many other interesting were visitors during the week spots. Mrs. Vanessa Everhart and Mrs. Hilda Piper were visitors on Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs and family were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Er- Robert Fritts of Rt. 340. I nest Seal and Mrs. Leona Staubs Mr. and Mrs. TimothyStewart I of Martinsburg and family of Fox Glen, were Mrs. Beatrice Everhart and visitors Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Darlene Cole and daughter Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter were visitors on Monday with and Mr. and Mrs, Larry Buzzard [ Mrs. Paula Smith and children and daughter, of Martinsburg Mrs. Mildred Cogle was ad- mitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Sunday due to illness. Mrs. Beatrice Everhart had the removal of a cast from her eye on Monday at a hospital in Martinsburg She is at home Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were visitors Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Higgs and children and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were iiii I,Iq iiiii II II . CALL FOR US YOUR CONCRETE MIX We Handle All Concrete Jobs Professionally . CARPORTS. PATIOS. DRIVEWAYS * SIDEWALKS BASEMENT FLOORS POURING- FINISHING I  R E Er I TURF CONCRET E Estimates [ PRODUCTS Division of Iorf interpriu s Ph. 725-7612or 725-9233 - Charles Town, W.Va. I I I PUBLIC SALE Due to the death of my husband and selling my home, I will sell the following located I mile west of Shepherd- stown, in Mecklenburg Heights. Turn right at Spring Warbler and left at Hummingbird Lane. July 12, 1978 Beginning at 5:00 p.m. Duncan Phyfe glass topped coffee table, 2 end stands, recliner, 7-pc. breakfast set, base cabinet, double door metal cabinet, bench, elec. sewing machine, metal wardrobe, linens, oak washstand, wooden bed spa. & matt., bookcase, new movie projector & screen, single cot, old stone crocks, glass jars, treadle sewing machine base, 2-5,000 BTU air conditioners, and pots, pans, and dishes. Lawn Mower & Tools New 7HP riding lawn mower, power mower, wheelbarrow, old childs wagon electric drils, electric saws, old lantern, dusters, sprayer, garden hose, lawn sprinkler, fmhing poles, drop cord, child's gun rack, hand grinder, 7' aluminum ladder, wooden step ladder, old milk bottles, lot of tool boxes, clippers, damps, sautering iron, mitre box, saw horses, cow bell, sheep bell, lumbar, garden tools, etc. Terms of sale: Cash. Nething to be removed until settled for. Auet.: Edward "Ned" Merrew. Clerk: Kenny Cookus Mrs. George Zombro Not respsasiMe for accidents. 2674949 July a-It- visitors Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knott of Park View Trailer Park and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Manuel and family of Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son of Park View Trailer Court were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. Frank Rodgers and Addle Stagner of Mechanicstown, were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle, Mrs. Hilda Piper and Mrs. Frances Piper were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Piper. Sorry to hear that Mrs. Piper has been ill. III I I MILLVILLE Miss Dorothy Lake Dial 535-2261 A baby shower was given honor of Mrs. Vince Lilla on Sunday, July 2, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla. The shower was given by "Mrs. James Lilla, Mrs. Jay Lilla and Mrs. Eddie Staubs. Those attending were Mrs. William Hough, Mrs. George Hough, Mrs. Frank Kidwiler, Mrs. Floyd Milton, Mrs. Donald Phillips, Mrs. Scotty Johnson, Mrs. Donald Longerbeam and daughter Lisa, Miss Dot Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waugherman and Jessica and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lilla, Mrs. Lee Ballenger, Mrs. Charles Jamison, Mrs. Mannie Staubs, Mrs. Floyd Staubs, Mrs. Floyd Staubs, Jr., Mr, and Mrs. Jay Lilla and Curtis, Mrs, Patty Stottlemyer, Mrs. Eddie Staubs Mrs. Lorne Pope and Mr. and Mrs. Vince Lilla. Those that sent gifts but couldn't attend were Mrs. William Ainsworth, Mrs. Carl Sbenk, Mrs. Ruth Imes, Betty Ingram and Mrs. Robert James. Sandwiches, chips, nuts, mints, pickles, cake and punch were served. Brenda Fritts spent several days the past week with her father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fritts in Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Milbourne and grandson Wayne Bond, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam Mrs. Jack Jewell and daughter Jackie were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Granville Longerbeam. Tina and Tonya Smallwood of Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town, spent several days the past week with their great- aunts, Misses Rosie and Marguerite Petrucci. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lilla, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waugherman and children Jessica andRodney and Misses Rosie and Marguerite Petrucci were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Binky Petrucci. I I RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725.9098 Mrs. Barbara Fritts has returned home after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital this past week for tests. Miss Theresa Williams was among those who went on a bus tour to King's Dominion from the Methodist Church at Harpers Ferry on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Thursday guests of the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nicodemus, Sr. lr. Marshell Barron, of Baltimore, Md.; Mr. Tommy Barron of Charles Town; Mrs. Mary Gardner and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns of Middleway were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough. Roy and Judy Jenkins and son of Winchester, Va., were Sunday guests of the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were among those attending the picnic held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ceravalo and family on Sunday. Miss Dianne Breeden, Miss Terry Breeden, Miss Mary Lamont, Mr. and .Mrs. Gene Somers and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Donovan and son motored to Williams Park in Pennsylvania, on Sunday and spent the day sightseeing. Mr. Austin Nicodemus has returned home after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital for tests. Mrs. Baker Penwell and daughter, Deloris Coates, at- tended the Hymn sing held at the Church of New Born. The Family Circle were guest singers on Saturday night. Mrs. 'Robert Housden and daughters of Arlington, Va. ; Mr. and Mrs. David Housden and sons of Shenandoah Junction were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and family. New Laws Auto Operators Into IEffect In W. Va. Out-of-state residents ap- plying for a driver's license in West Virginia will now be required to take vision and written tests before such a license is issued. This new law, passed by the Legislature earlier this year, became effective July 1. Prior to that date, an out-of-state resident needed only to surrender his out-of-state license to secure a valid West Virginia operator's card. Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner Virginia Roberts said that in instances where it is determined that the driver does not hold a valid out-of-state license, a driving test will also be required. Mrs. Roberts said these requirements are aimed at assuring that all new drivers moving to West Virginia learn the rules of the road; and will assure DMV and law en- forcement personnel that each driver has only one valid operator's license. The new law also permits a new resident to retain an out-of- state chauffeur's license with a West Virginia driver's license if the chauffeur's license is required for operation of a commercial vehicle in the state where the individual is em- ployed. It is also noted that the new legislation does not affect students from out of state. Pantran Use Shows Sharp Jump June Pantran, assured of another year of operation by the ap- propriation of West Virginia funds for the TRIP Rural Transportation Program, is hoping that a recent increase in usage in the Eastern Panhandle will mean continuation of the service for years to come. Pantran, on shaky ground financially, was assured of another twelve months of operation when it was an- nounced in Charleston that $659,535 from counter-cyclical funds and $500,000 from the 1978 session of the Legislature had been committed to the TRIP program. Vaughan Whiskers, who directs Pantran's operations in Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan counties, was pleased with the Charleston announcement. But he's also elated with the upswing m usage of Pantran by Eastern Panhandle residents. According to Whiskers, June was the best month for ridership in the history of the operation. Seventy-six hundred persons utilized the mini-bus service, 700 more than in the best previous month, March, when 6,900 rode the buses. There were fifty more riders per day in June than in May, and there were several days when more than 400 persons boarded Pantran, unheard of in the months of past service. Resurfacing Portion W. Va. State Route 9 CHARLESTON -- Over 100 contracts totalling $19.3 million, for highway improvements on nearly 500 miles of roads in 46 counties, were opened for bids June 26 by the Department of Highways, according to Governor Rockefeller. Apparent low bids in Jefferson County include $34,385 for resurfacing on 0.85 miles of Charles Town-Ranson Road on West Virginia Route 9. 1ic00 Ticks! Ticks! Sealed If the number of people received by the seeking information about ticks Department of isany measure, then the number office in of people who are concerned Virginia, Room about them and their effects must be considerable. A.M., Tuesday, Ticks are more numerous in the Spring and early Summer -- at the time when people are getting outdoors more in the areas where ticks are present. The most common species of ticks found on humans in West Virginia is the eastern wood tick, also called the American dog tick I Dermacentor variabilis I. A species that is more frequently found on dogs is the brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus). It feeds almost exclusively on dogs and does not normally bite people. The eastern wood tick can be distinguished by the mottled white shield on its back. The brown wood tick is a uniform red-brown color., Ticks are more numerous in brushy areas and in areas where grass and weeds are not clipped. The possibility of a tick bite is difficult to eliminate. 1. When possible, restrict work and place activities to areas that are free of weeds, brush, grass, etc. 2. Keep the most frequented areas around camps, houses, outbuildings, etc., as free of brush and weeds as possible. (A registered insecticide such as Sevin or diazinon may be used in these areas, but they are only temporarily effective due to the short residual activity.) 3. Make use of registered insect repellents when appropriate. It is always advisable to carefully examine your body after you have been exposed to ticks. Parents should carefully check young children for ticks. Ticks are usually found in areas where clothing is constricted, such as the belt line, and also on the head, especially the hairline at the back of the neck. said proposals opened and the following Highways, All Hot Laid unless otherwise JEFFERSON 32-2-0.00, 1.70 Road on (State Local All Proposal $500.0O or 5 whichever is This is a contractor Prequalification eligible to bid. The West ment of notifies all affirmatively contract entered this business afforded full submit bids in invitation, and discriminated grounds of race, sex or national sideration for an July 6-2t UNITED United Nations Andrew Young the United tires in Africa human rights tions and domination at be "no. Y' priorities. b HOUSE of FABRICS Big July ,, II SPECIRL ' IIEIIT#L oo.o,o00.oP000000 20% FOR CHRISTMAS!" off THIS YEAR'DO IT-AND SAVE (MINIMUM 8 HOURS) . 4 50% TOO AT OUR GIGANTIC O n A J J F a b r ics c,..ns the way profes. AFTER INVENTORY SALE slonat, do ot tmtton ot V I the cost. (Cleaning Solution V2 Vogue Patterns .I./2 Price Not Incmudnd) Nylon g Metal Zippers (SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED) OFF At 5 cents each Buttons 10 cents package WEE[END PBIgE o, GLASSWARE s BRASSWARE NAPKINS * CANDLES WOOD ITEMS s NOVELTIES AND LOTS MORE NEW ITEMS ON SALE DALLY AS ROOM BECOMES AVAILABLE FOR DISPLAY CHARLES TOWN PHOTO & GIFT 231 W.WASHINGTON ST. CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. PUBLIC AUCTION OF ANTIQUES. FURNITURE. ETC. Due to moving into a smaller house I will sell the following at the Ruritan Fair Grounds located /2 mile west of Berryville, Va., on Route 7. WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1978 BEGINNING AT 5:00 P. M. Tiffany lamp, 6 pc. wash bowl and pitcher set, very unusual desk, sq. china closet, 12 drawer oak file cabinet, child's rocker, small glass show case, small cedar tub, old sideboard, book cases, child's chiffarobe, color en- tertainment set, recliner, sofa, sofa bed, writing desk and chair, 2-end tables, corner stand, stands, dressilag table, dbl. door metal cabinet, Frigidaire elec. stove, file cabinet, 4- kitchen chairs, swivel chair, 3-air conditioners, 3-chairs, table, utility table, CB, fireplace set, toys, dishes, humidifier, de-humidifier, boxes of books, boxes of jars, Avon bottles, Jim Bean bottles, 2-lanterns, wash tub, garden tools, hand tools, luggage rack, 2-wheels and rims, concrete planter, 4- bicycles, one lo-speed; 2-gal. paint, 4-eragers wheels, roto tiller, 8 HP riding lawn mower, 1963 Chrysler on good rubber, 1971 Ford Station wagon on good rubber. A lot of articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH. Nothing to be moved until settled for. W. D. Orndorff-huet. 1:703-955-2632 R. B. Ward Not responsible for accidents on premises This sale will be held rain or shine inside June 29-2t OPEN DAILY MON. thru Saturday From 10 a.m. til 5p.m. JULY 6 - 2T SHERIFF'S SALE Whereas the undersigned Sheriff did levy upon the goods and chattels described below of Harpers Ferry Caverns, Inc., a corporation, for a Writ of Execution entered in Circuit Court of Jefferson County, W. Va., Civil Action Number 78-C- 106, by Smith-Nadenbousch Insurance, Inc., a corporation, and for Distress Warrants from the Office of the Tax Com- missioner of the State of West Virginia, notice is hereby given that the undersigned will sell at auction, for cash, on Friday, July 14, 1978, at 10:00 A.M., upon the premises of Harpers Ferry Caverns, Inc. and Jellystone Campground, adjacent to county route 27, known as the Bakerton Road or the Old Furnace Road, just north of U.S. Route 340 at the foot of Alstadt's Hill, the following items of personal property: 1 Ford 1-ton, 1975 model, stake-body truck, S-N F37YEV23922, with snow blade; About 200 picnic tables (metal frames, wood tops and seats},; 1 Richardson mobile home (old) 8' wide, about 45' long; 4 Maytag coin-operated washers; 4 Maytag coin-operated dryers; Metal display shelves, 24" deep, 4 shelves high, sections about 5' long, 17 sections to be sold; 2 Howard stainless steel, glass door coolers; l Kelvinator ice cream cooler; l Ice storage chest; 2 Under-counter freezers; 1 Commercial pop corn machine; 1 Sno-cone machine', 1 Royal typewriter; 1 Latham time clock; 1 Mimeograph machine; 2 Window air conditioners; 4 Steel file cabinets; 4 Desks (various sizes); 2 Cash registers; 1 National adding machine; 2 Chair type hair dryers (Swift Dry-Lite); 5 Card files; 4 Concrete bird baths; 1 Gas tank (abOut 200 gal.) with hand pump; I Aluminum extension ladder (24'} 3 Formica tables (about Y square)', 22 Wooden chairs with padded seats; I Metal table; 9 Misc. chairs; Metal book shelves; Misc. display racks and showcases; 8 Steel drums - 55 gal.; 3 Plastic trash cans; 1 Taylor ice cream machine: Other misc. items such as sweatshirts, toys, novelty items, oil lamps, this is new merchandise. Howard W. Wilt Sheriff of Jefferson County July 6-2t z12 PER DAY PUBLIC $ To settle the estate of the late Lewis following antiques and household articles residence located on Rowles St., SATURDAY, JULY 8, AT 1 l:O0 A. Oak wash stand, oak,dresser, antique highback antique chairs, antique victrola, sewing machine, square oak table, antiff mirror, antique At Water Kent radio, antique rocking chairs, lot of antique stra wardrobe, oak dresser, iron bed with living room suite, colored television, glass, old kitchen cabinet, lot of odd antique (double door), breakfast set, very old whiskey keg, gas stove, lot of dishes, potS antique pictures and picture frames, MaY ladder, old grindstone, lot of haJ shoe last, lawnmower, garden plow, hoeS, other miscellaneous articles. Terms of Personal Property: Cash REAL ESTATE The following real estate will be offered at Historic brick 6 room dwellin approx. 104' x 303' on Rowles St., historic Harpers Ferry, W. Va.) Further information on said Real Estal Jefferson County Court House, CharleS Deed Book 118 Page 525. For inspection of said Real Estate ment, Bank of Charles Town Terms of Real Estate: l0 percent ao' balance to be paid upon delivery of deeo. Not responsible for accidents Luncheon rights reserved ," Auctioneer: James L. Edwards Clerk: C. Win. Hensell July 6-1t Lewis L: