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Chapter Members Honor The Departed Fourth of July, members of Bee Line Chapter, NSDAR, pay I visits to Zion and Edgehill Cemeteries where they place flags on the ideparted real daughters, Revolutionary War soldiers and deceased Iof the DAR in respectful memory of their love for the United States. left to right, as a flag was placed this July Fourth on the grave of Daughter Louise Gardner Langdon, are: Mrs. Emory Kable, records; Mrs. Ed Saville, conservation chairman; Mrs. Frank I, registration and flag chairman; Mrs. Dora Feigley, lineage and Mrs. Joseph Groves, regent. Sma] Extension Club met at the irma Smallwood on th 10 members was called to President at 1:30 UeSted all to give Allegiance to the the Without Guilt Right". She IEAL ESTATE occurred by the performance Ind conditions of of trust from and Carolyn S. and wife, to Trustee, 1976, recorded Clerk of the Jefferson in Deed 646, and the secured having undersigned sale of the described to secured payment of the un- will, on 7, 1978 00A.M. LOT , CORNER OF r Public auction, estate thereon Heights, Jef- Virginia, Lot No. area of 0.7746 and being Carolyn S. and wife, by I, 1971, of the Court for West Virginia Lt page 243. third cash e balance in installments O - ne and two ate with the :nce to be or notes of interest exceed the %ntract rate, of halst on the with the or pur- entire cash of price with the to be esaid, and ,: . aid. i!L\\;', he ad . . :  journea ,_te by an-  auctioneer at , ) of sale first (I _ Publication. Ilit t8 on the a dwelling W. Morrow, ] stressed the fact that discipline is self-control and not a form of punishment. It is learning how to behave in a manner that is proper and acceptable. She pointed out that children need to experience love just because they are who they are; their need to find and establish their place in the world and their need to experience the security of trust and love. Qualities to be taugh t during the childhood development are limitations, sharing and being appreciative. During this time communication between parents and children are important, especially as to what is heard and felt. Parents TRUSTEE'S SALE VALUABLE REAL ESTATE SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. VA. Default having occurred by the maker in the performance of the terms and conditions of that certain deed of trust from Jake Jenkins, widower, to Henry W. Morrow, Trustee, dated November 15, 1977, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court for 3ferson County, West Virginia in Deed Book 432 at page 490, and the party therein secured having required the undersigned Trustee to make sale of the property therein described to satisfy the indebtedness secured by said deed of trust, payment of which is in default, the un- dersigned Trustee will on FRIDAY, JULY?, 1978 AT II :00 A.M. IN THE FORENOON ON THE PARKING LOT PREMISES OF JEFFERSON SECURITY BANK AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF PRINCESS & WASHINGTON STREETS IN SHEPHERDSTOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, W. VA. offer for sale at public auction, to the highest responsible bidder that certain parcel of real estate and the improvements thereon in the Town of Shepherdstown, Jefferson County, West Virginia, known as the westerly half of Lot 139 on the unofficial plat of Shepherdstown fronting 51.5 feet on the north side of German or Main SOt'cot and extending back a uniform width 206 feet to an alley in the rear. Terms of Sale: One third cash on day of sale and the balance in two equal annual installments due and payable one and two years from date with the deferred balance to be evidenced by a note or notes of the purchaser, bearing interest from date not to exceed the lawful prevailing contract rate, secured by deed of trust on the property conveyed, with the right of the purchaser or pur- chasers to pay the entire cash price or an amount in excess of one-third of thepurchase price on day of sale with the remaining balance to be evidenced by note or notes bearing interest as aforesaid, payable as aforesaid, and secured as aforesaid. The sale may be adjourned from time to time by an- nouncement by the auctioneer at the time and place of sale first mentioned above without the necessity of further publication. The improvements on the property consist of a brick dwelling house, and inspection of the premises may be made by arrangements with the un- dersigned Trustee, at Charles Town, W. Va., Telephone 304-725- 3441. Henry W. Morrow, TrUstee Auctioneer: Edward "Ned" Morrow June 15-4t should accept children for what they are, being sure to point out positive points rather tlfan negative ones. Above all let them know there is love in their relationship. Alice, who gave the devotions, chose Hebrews 12, which correlated with the lesson. The usual business routine followed. Notes from the council meeting were read. The Ex- tension Clubs will have a booth for three days at the Heritage Market. The value of the annual tea was discussed. Upon voting the decision resulted in eliminating the tea, yet hoping something will take its place. The club voted in favor of for- ming a Ways and Means Committee. The dates for the Jefferson County Fair are August 28 through September 2. Each club should have a card table exhibit on the theme "Conserving Energy". All committee reports are in. In August the club meets with Trusy Heidrich to work on these forms. Marjory McGarry gaw a favorable report on the NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE In execution of a certain deed of trust made by JESSE L. HALL and CAROL L. HALL, husband and wife, to the un- dersigned Trustee, dated July 19, 1975, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book No. 393, Page 701, default having been made in the provisions of said deed of trust, and being required by the beneficiary so to do, the un- dersigned Trustee will sell at public auction, at the front door of the Court House of Jefferson County, at Charles Town, West Virginia, on Friday, July 7, 1978, at 10:00 A.M., EDST, the following described real estate, to-wit: All of the following described real estate, situate in Middleway District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, to-wit: Lot No. 138 Hidden River Farm, Happy Creek Section, Part One, as the same is designated and described on a plat of said Happy Creek Section, made by Richard U. Gode, C.L.S., dated June 7, 1972, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Plat Book No. 3, Page 28, to which reference is made, containing 1.501 Acres; together with a non- exclusive right of way over all roadways delineated on said plat for access to and from said land and the public road. Conveyance will be subject to utility easements of record, and to restrictive covenants against commercial use of the property or further subdivision thereof, and to a subdivision-wide agreement for annual con- tribution to a. road maintenance fund. This lot is near the Opequon Creek, but does not have frontage on it. ] TERMS: One third cash hi day of sale: balance in two equal i annual installments payable one and two years, respectively,., after date, plus interest at 8[ percent per annum, payable l semi-annually and secured by deed of trust on said real estate; at the option of the purchaser, the cash payment may be in- creased, or the entire purchase price may be paid in cash at the time of sale. Thomas W. Steptoe Trustee Paul E. Miller, Jr.- Auctioneer June 154t recently held Herltage Market. There will not be a lesson on Natural Dried Arrangements, but individuals may dry flowers. Some clubs of the county may want to have their own workshop. Each member listed her age and how long she had been an extension member. This is to help balance the programs better. Potomac Edison has a representative available if clubs desire to have fuel bills discussed. The meeting ad- journed for a social hour. On July 20, the club will meet at the home of Marjory McGarry. Projects and Reading lists are due at that time. On Sunday evening at 7 p.m., July 9, there will he an Ad- ministrative Board meeting of the Kabletown UM. Church. This will be held at the church. Kevin Stanton, Pittsburgh, Pa., is visiting his cousin, Mrs. Dallas Alkire and family, Avon Bend. Just as it happened in other sections of the county, the severe storm of last Tuesday played havoc with trees, blew down corn, loosened roofs, and Charlie Brown, a Chesapeake retriever belonging to Henry Clipp, was killed by lightning. This was a valuable dog which will be greatly missed by A.J. and Amy Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Seal, who are on their vacations, spent a most enjoyable trip on Friday to Blackwater Falls and to other interesting places. Their daughter, Debbi Smith and her son Billy, spent several days with them. On Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rouss, their son and daughter-in-law, Larry and Pat Rouss, of Berryville, attended the picnic held at Smokey Glen Farm near Rockville, Md. The occasion was sponsored by the Washington Post. Enroute home they ran into the storm as they approached Frederick. Marie reports that she doesn't want to experience this kind of weather again. Kimbexly Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly, of Lovettsville, Va., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland. On Tuesday Mrs. Rowland, who is on a two-weeks vacation, afforded the following CALLING ALL HOMEMAKERS Brought To You By RAMEY'S DON'T BE CONFUSED ABOUT CARPET Because many home makers are uncertain about the different kinds of fibers used in carpeting today, we bring you RAMEY this columo. First, let us say that there are natural fibers and man-made fibers that can be used alone or in mixtures -- but the fiber itself does not necessarily determine the quality of the carpet. Usually, the more fiber that's used, the better the carpet. Among the natural fibers are wool and cotton, and among the man-made fibers are: nylon, which is one of the strongest and longest-wearing of man- made fibers and goad for heavy-traffic areas ; acrylic, which has good resistance to matting and abrasion and tends to be less expensive; polypropylene, often used in indoor-outdnor carpet for patios, kitchens, bathrooms, etc., because of good water resistance; and polyesters, among the newest man-made carpet fibers which have good durability and resistance to soiling. Wool, of course, is the old stand-by, and is ideal for high quality carpeting. But the main thing to remember is that whichever fiber you choose for whichever purpose you want, quality is determined by the construction of that carpet. We can offer advice on picking the right carpet values for your needs. Don't hesitate to call on us. RAMEY'S 'FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. Va. Copyright a most delilzhtful visit to Williamsburg, Va., and to other places of interest; her daughter, Connie Sue Danner and her sonTimmy, her nieces Kimberly Kelly and Hope Welch, and her nephew, Jimmy Newcombe. Returning home they were deayed in Warrenton about an hour due to the storm. Ms. Susan Sheely of Herndon, Va., a former resident of this community and a daughter of Lewis Rissler, has recently been recognized by the Director of the U.S. Geological Survey, for her outstanding work in this agency. She was presented with a Superior Performance Cer- tificate and monetary award for her work i n personnel and office management and in information retrieval. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Saville of Martinsburg and their daughter, Mrs. Roger Miller and her daughter Susan, visited Mrs. Saville's mother, Mrs. George Wines and family on Friday. Mrs. Miller and .family have recently returned from Ger- many after living in Gelnhausen for three years where her husband was stationed. On Thursday, Billy Haines, Linda and Sharon Harshman and Rhonda Murray were Association Conference. Sam Hockensmith and Miss Hebe Clipp were visitors Saturday with the latter's sister, Mrs. Darlene Palmer. They enjoyed the day playing bad- minton. Friday evening, Janiee Bosley of Finksburg, Md., and Sammy Stocks, Charles Town, were visitors of the farmer's aunt, Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. On Saturday, Grady Owens was a caller. Mrs. Darlene Palmer honored her father, Mr. Henry Clipp, to a Father's Day picnic, June 18, which was held at his home. Those present to enjoy the oc- casion were Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonough, Jeff, Jamie, Bobby and Brian of Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Clipp, Wendy and Danny, of Berryville; Mr. and Mrs Stanley Dillow and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jenkins, A. J. and Amy, Mr. and Mrs Henry Clipp and Hebe, Mr. and Mrs. David Palmer and Shawn. Everyone enjoyed the day and Mr. Clipp received quite a few nice gifts including money. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Sirbaugh, Perry, Troy and Larry, of Mountain View Farm, joined friends to enjoy a SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1978 15 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bush, Tammy and Karen, of near! Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McDonald, Andy and Teresa of.near Winchester; were visitors Sunday of tehir father Mr. Howard O. Bush. Carol Ann. daughter of Sonny'Bush i., visiting her aunt, Mrs. Walter Burdick of Elkins. Panhandle Students Graduate May From Marshall University A number of Jefferson a: Berkeley County resident were among more than 800 students who completed requirements for degrees in May at Marshall University in Huntington, W. Va. Actually, a total of 822 un- dergraduate *and graduate degrees were earned through the university's various academic divisions. Earning Master's Degrees in graduate School were: Charles Twn: Joyce Ann Grimm Petrucci and Robert Henry Shepherd. Shepherd- stown: Pamela Link Wilmer. Martinsburg: Frank G. Dinicola, Jr. Gerardstown: Philip A. Nail. College of Liberal Arts: Shepherdstown Kathryn Jamison. . College of Business:Mar- tinsburg - Richard E. Leith. College of Science: Hedgesville - Gall Hess (Cure Laude). Blue Ridie Fire Unit Sells Carnival Tickets The Blue Ridge Mountain Fire Unit, Company Number Five, is sponsbring a carnival Monday, July 31st, through Saturday, August 5. Advance tickets, available at half price, are now being sold by members of the fire unit. These half-price tickets are good for the first three days of the car- nival, July 31st, and August 1 and 2. OOOO00OOOOOOO00OOOOOOOOOO000000OO00 OO000000000OOOOOIOOO O00 O0 O00000000 O OO O0 " See these new ....:" -:.... """ STANLEY TOOLS ..o. Oa oe among a group of young folks seafood dinner in Fairfax, Va. o . o who .spent the day at King's On Sunday, they attended a OOo at_ oo O lomlnion. family picnic in Largent, W. Va. O O Mrs. Marie Clipp was a visitor Miss Wendy Clipp, of  VALLEY HARDWARE COMPMY i Saturday, June 24, with Mrs. Berryville, Va., spent Sunday ao , ,. oo John F. Ambrose, Flowing evening with her aunt, Miss oo PHONE, 725 $];3 o. Springs Road. The former drove Hebe Clipp, returning home on :: CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. :: Mrs. Ambrose to B, J. Allara's Monday. Authorized wedding whichwasheldatZion On June 9th, Miss Janet i i Episcopal Church, Charles Brown, daughter of Mr. and Town Mrs. Boyd Brown, Hedgesville, o o '  e A. J. and Amy Jenkins, former resident of this corn- oo  O0  eO children of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin munity became the bride of Mr. o o Jenkins, spent Saturday with Donald'Vanhorn of Martinsburg. I o Ireview Dealer 0 @O their cousin, Shawn, son of Mr. The wedding took place in oooooo,oo,,,oooooooooooooooooo**o., and Mrs. David Palmer, Hagerstown, Md, and was at-I'*******' O O Flowing Springs Road. tended by the immediate [e o O O Mr. and Mrs. Mervin families Don an employee of ,leo  Roderick, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thorn Luber Company, leo  eeoc Walker, spent several days in Martinsburg, and Janet, are leo " TM oe O Oe Louisville, Ky., where they occupying a mobile home near o oe attended the Holstein Friesan Hedgesville. ]i ]LEV]E]LZL !i "--'-" TAPE IRI O O0 SHENANDOAH ! "'..'. ...." ...."" "'...... & .,, .. IS illed In wide powerret00rn e -L tape rule with automatic :: Landscaping ? bottom lock, Pull to 00 IV :17;  'ck--squeeze t !i We Are Experts In release. Lawn, Garden and .. Shrubbery Care "" Call Us Today for ESTIMA TE$ SHENANDOAH TREE SERVICE Charles Town, W.Va. - PHONE: 725.2306 AFTER 2 P. M. JUNE 22 REMOVING ... TOPPING ... BRACING 3- T CAVITY WORK ... CABLING O O O O O O *e I*e 1 eeee 12 }t. 32-513 16 ft. 32-51 $5.49 $S.49 ii '" eooeeoeeooeoeeeeooooeeooeeeeeee- e DOOOOaOooaq)ooooooo oeoo|)o,. i i iiii i i i i I WANTED A BANK... ] ? That didn't keep banker ;' hours! .aW i'VE , !1! I don't keep banker's hours. That's why I wanted a bank that didn't keep banker's hours, either. NOW I'VE GOT IT-the Jefferson Security Bank. Just look at their schedule, and you'll agree that I've got the bank with customer hours-not banker's hours. DRIVE-IN SERVICE AND SATURDAY HOURS MON.-THURS. 9:00 a,m.-2:0O p.m. FRt. 9:00 o.m.--8:oo p.m, SAT. 9'00 a.m,-12:00 noon LOBBY HOURS % MON.-THURS. 9:G9 alm.-2:O0 p.m, FRI. 9:00 e.m.-2:00 p.m. and 5:0 o.m.-8:00 p,m, Je[00erson Bank MEMBER F.D.I.C. TELEPHONE 876-2501  ....