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26 Manufactured Home Builder Holding Open House July 18 , KEN AUVIL i Grafton Manufactured Housing is i expanding in the Eastern Panhandle, i accoreding to Ken Auvil, who says that by winter he plans to positon the Graf- .ton "Home Team" to help meet the : ousing need of the growing Eastern : panhandle. : Grafton Manufactured Housing is an "up from the ashes" company form- ed from the core of New Era Homes after it was destroyed by fire in December, 1985. The "Home Team" his produced 1700 structures, homes, motels, apartments, classrooms in West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland. Auvil says that they/iave recently tested the market with a limited brokerage program and now plan to expand full home sales and construc- tion services to the Eastern Panhandle. : :: "Home Team" projects in the region include several homes in Martinsubrg, Bolivar, Berkeley Springs, Sharp- sburg, Winchester, Berryville, and Toms Brook, Sea solar homes at Cool- font and Whitings Neck, classrooms at Berkeley Sprinss, Capon Bridge and Augusta, a dmit motel addition to Town House East in Charles Town, a 72-trait odge at Edgewood, Md., a -unit motel at Laurel, Md., and an 8-unit addition to Terrace Motel in Elkridge, Md. Auvil says that Grafton Manufac .... tured Housing is a uniquely different, high-quality modular manufacturing company in that it builds what the buyer wants. It can match the design, quality and specification of any com- pany, but offers a variety of options and designs so the buyer can "customize" his home. A VIP Open House for interested builders, brokers, developers and lenders wil be held on Monday, July 18 from 1 to 9 p.m. at their tri-level model home. The model is located on Route 5 between Martinsburg and Shepherdstown. Anyone interested is encouraged to attend. RANSON i i Welcome back to the Senior Center to Alice Pendleton and Lula Walker. They beth traveled to Wheeling for eye surgery and they are doing fine and dandy. Alice is the official tea lady for the staff in the office. We were afraid Beverly Basore would die from thirst before Alice made it back. Every day, like clockwork, tea magically appears and Bey perks up. It all rather reminds you of the way the flowers looked before the rain Tuesday morning. The Concerned Citizens Against Drugs are sponsoring a "Just Say No To Drugs" in Ranson Saturday, July 23, at the Ranson Elementary School from 12 to 4. WXVA will host the event and provide the music. There will also be games, door prizes, speakers, food and drinks. All proceeds from the day will be used for the education of the children in the Ranson school. Please take the time to stop by and support the local police and these interested citizens. The convention delegation from Jackson Perks Post and Unit 71 has returned from the Department con- vention. Information for the coming Lgi/Auxiliary year was distributed during a meeting packed four days. Unit 71 received special recognition for its Field Service work and publici- ty. One of the highlights of the conven- tion was an appearance by A. James Manchin, secretary of the treasury. He gave one of his usual eloquent speeches on patriotism, mother and his love of country. It is ironic that a West Virginia treasurer should be Secretary of the Treasuery. Depart- ment President Irene Weber was honored by receiving a certificate and medal naming her an official public friend to West Virginia. The next official business for Unit 71 will be to prepare for the coming year. Programs are directed by the National organization and local units then work to fit them to their local community. Helen Terry and I will be attending the Fall board meeting in Bridgeport and the meetings seem to go on and on and on. I know that you faithful readers of this column have been waiting with sucked-in breath for a fish update. I am happy to announce that both of my original fish are doing well, and we adopted a type of catfish and an orange snail. I have trained the fish to swim to the top of th tank when they see me heading their way, rather the same way my dog sits by the kitchen table when food appears. They are fed twice a day and they are increasing in size. They do tend to look hungry most of the time, and Bill gets the same top swim response when he approaches the tank. Who can tell ff a fish is tell- ing the truth when he says he's hungry ! ! Marty Lancaster Dial 725-4370 -There has been great news receiv- ed on the "Garbage War". Magistrate Gall Viands reported to the County Clean-Up Committee that permission has been received to have misde- meanor offenders put on trash pick-up detail instead of imposing a quickly forgotten fine or placing them in jail. The offender would he sentenced to X urs of community service work col- lecting trash along the state roads and highways. The county has the poten- tial of having hundreds of "Trash Troopers", no matter how unwilling, and perhaps a real dent can he made il cleaning the county. This sentence would only apply when no serious crime was committed, or when no mandatory jail sentence was called for. LDuring the last county-wide trash day 636 truckloads of garbage were taken to the landfill. The cars and trucks were lined up down Leetown Road and definite progress was made around the county. November 5 has been marked as the next all-out effort td pick up trash for winter. I'm not sure if the dump will cancel the fee for that day, but keep reading the Ranson News to stay current. (What a sneaky way to increase readership! ) : The Senior Sunshine CTm enter- inecl recently at the Old Charles Town Library. Seniors Vergie Oft, Grace and Isiah Allen, Marie Griffith, ttie Longerbeam, Catherine Carter, :Icloma Wright, Hazel Rose, Joe Taylor, l:teadow Harris, Brooks Evans, Zenia Hilliard and John and Rosalie Willis were the featured entertainment for the afternoon progam. Wallis Magaha presented each senior with a red car- nation at the conclusion of the singing. TJis program is just one of the many tKat will be presented by Anna $hrewbridge, Librarian, during the Summer reader programs. Lois Mackey and Bertha Holmes returned home Monday night from another of their frequent trips. They -aveled to Arcade, N. Dak. to visit with Bertha's son Robert Stasio and family. Son Michael drove in from B{Lttle Creek, Mich., and completed the family get-together. While they Were in Arcade, Bdm and Lois at- tended a concert given by Bobby Vin- ton. He sang to them in five languages and they reported they enjoyed the show tremendously. Bertha's grand- daughter also made new combs for Bertha's hair. The eye should now con- centrate on which ear the flower rests. Flowers over one ear means "I'm in- terested" and the other ear means "Drop dead". I'll never know the message she's giving out... I forget which ear means what. Harpers Ferry Realty 535-2222 Box 169, Harpers Ferry, W.Va. 25425 Farms and Acreage Development Land Recreation Land Commercial Industrial Homes WILLIAM V. WHITE, Broker Charles Town Realty 725-2222 t Box 596, Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1988 SBA VISIT The Small Business Development Center Division of the Governor's Of- fice of Community and Industrial Development will furnish guidance for persons considering going into a small business or who are encountering pro- blems in existing business or would like to get information regarding Federal Procurement on Wednesday, July 20, at the Regional Office, Martinsburg. Individual client conducted from appointments or tion, contact the Regional Office, 1-800-352-8901. FOR Stacy Perkins Joins, Reahy Firm Stacy Perkins, Rippon, recently completed the Jack Kelly School of Real Estate and fulfilled the West Virginia Real Estate examination re- quirements and has joined the real estate firm of Country Heritage Pro- perties of Jefferson County, where she was welcomed by real estate broker Dotty Flarmery. t We Sell ]JStatewide I IClassilie_...dd Ad_._.s Oniy $99 Outs you 25- word classified ad tn a nelwork of West Vrgmta newspapers reaching 500000 hotJsehotds Cali loday fo details SPIRIT of JEFFERSON ADVOCATE P.O. Bo'x 966, Charles Town, WV 25414 , ....... 1 Call 725-2046 COMPARE OUR RATES and SERVICES BIBIPORIB YOU RIBNEW YOUR AUTO o, HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE FRANCIS M. FRYE RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. THIIItD AVIE -- LqNSON, W. VA. 725-7071 CLASSIFIED ads will find eager buyers for almost anything. Before you think about throw- ing away or giving away any- thing, think about classified. , i i i. i I I ' USED AUTO PARTS i LOW PRICES ! * Engines ...... Low us $100 ;* TransmtssionsLow as $501 iMartlnsburg Auto Salvage Rt, 11, 1 mi. N. Berk. Plaza t { call 2- 12I POTOMAC SCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE CLASSES NOW FORMING FOR REAL ESTATE SALESMAN'S EXAM COURSE MEETS SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS 8:00 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. Intensified ten-day program for License Preparation as West Virginia Real Estate Salesperson or upgrading to Braker. Course work includes Real Estate Prin- ciples and Practices, Real Estate Law, Real Estate Financing and Real Estate Appraisal. Limited Enrollment BROCHURE AVAILABLE 206 West Congress Street Charles Town,'WV 25414 (304) 725-0515 Coursework leads to qualification for the West Virginia Real Estate Sales- person's or Broker's Examination. Employ- ment is neither guaranteed or implied. Prior to joining Country Heritage, Miss Perkins was a sales represen- tative for a wholesaler of video and audio supplies in Sterling, Va. She at- tended Shepherd College, working toward a degree in business marketing, and was active in the House Council, the Marketing club and intramural sports. Ranson,W, Va. ,4P " il i CALL TODAY! 725-2046 k4EM41*C#t JEFFERSO I..ISTt EXCHANGE I F ----(304)725-1431 2-BR Marlette '72 Mobile, 12x7O, Immaculate, has CAC/Garbage Disposal, Appliances, More! On $125/Mo. Rented Lot, Close In ........... $14,500 2-BR Permanent Mobile. Furnished, Lg. Wd. Lot, Harpers Ferry Campsites, many extras, $26,700 A BUY! 3-1lrm Ranch, Fenced Lot. Nice Condition. Fox Glen, Appmt. Necessary ............ 15,250 3-BR Ranch offers appliances, deck overlooking fenced yard, outbids., nice trees and shrubbery. near front of Fox Glen S' D ................... $44,700 3-BR Ranch, yard and drive enclosed by chain link fence, LR FP, Fox Glen SD ................. $45,00 Charming 2-BR Frame 2-Story, Immaculate, Pic el fence, FamRm in fismt., Lberty t ......... $56.900 3-BR Chalet, Appliances, Patio, Bsmt. Garage. Glenwood Forest, Wooded Lot ........... ,$00 3-BR Ranch, DR, Garage, many extras, on 90x250 lot, Rocky Marsh Rd. off Rt. 45 ............... $65,000 3 BR. 1% Bath ranch on I'/, acres, almost new, many extras, at Hedgesville ........ $65,000 3-BR/I'/=.Bath Dualex Unit with all ooolionce Screened Porch overlooks fenced yard, in lovely Tuscavilla Hills. Very Nice t .............. S&7,000 3-6R/l'/t-Bath Ranch, FamRm, Garage, Unfin. Bsmt., Lg, Fenced Lot near all Conveniences. Many Extras! Call Today! ............... $79.900 For Investment or Home! Lg. 2-Story Stucco only one block from Shepherd College. offers many special attractions ......... - ................... -$102,000 4-BR/2.Bath Brick Ranch, LR FP, DR, FamRm w- '-Bath. Bsmt., on apx. 1%-Acres conveniently located on Poynes Ford Road ........... $117,S00 Unusually designed 3-1m/2-Both Ranch, Great Room Sep. DR. 2 X-tra Rms to use as you please. Bsmt. ! On 6 Acres, Shennandoah Junction ....... $122,500 New 12-Unit Apt. Bldg., oil leased, in Charles Town. Parking, Good Investment ......... $450,000 Apx. 13-Ac. Industrial Site, Cold Stg. Bldgs., Dry Stg. Bldgs., Offices. Dwelling, 10 unimproved Acs. for Expansion. Ranson ................. $ ] ,  ,  '/*-At. Bldg. Lot, Blue Ridge Acres, $?.,rN). Call for information on other bldg. lots, acregge. I Ac., Riverfront. Avon Bend ....................... $15,000 ****** FOR OTHER GOOD BUYS ****** Or After Hours, Please Call PAT KERCHEVAL . .725-58118 BARBARA BRADY ........................... 1176-dl ! 3 SHELBY WILLARD ..................... 725-5560 DELWIN MICHAEL ................. (703) 667-3?76 CINDY SPEAKS ............................... 725-3376 CLAY LEPS ............................. B76-291 JOYCE ELLIOT ...................... 725-62116 BARBARA SMALLWOOD .................. 725-4802 LARRY WINEGARDEN ...................... 74-3670 RUBY WINES ................................. 728-7044 LEE BOWERS. Broker ........................ 725-9167 MEMBER JEFFERSON lISTING EXCHANGE And Worlwido Properties, Unllmltnd "'A t Home or Worldwide, TIME Runs To Be Of $rvlcol" Two story Three Bedroom Home o situate in desirable area approx. Charles Town. Living Kitchen-Den W, Fireplace-2 % Basement-Baseboard Electri Concrete Drive- 12' X 12' Must be seen to be appreciated. By appointment Asking Price $149,5 LUXURIOUS-LIVING IN AN IDEAL spacious bedrooms-Living room room-Large Country style kitchen- w firep[oce-three bathrooms-full place-oil fired baseboard hot many other extras-Black Top 1 '/, Miles from Charles Town on Shown ASKING PRICE $250,0 ,j | I: All Brick Three Bedroom Home Jefferson Avenue in Charles 21' Dining Room-Also 13' x 21' chen-Two Family place-Baseboard Electric Enclosed Porch42' x Needs to be s4mf Panoramic View A herd to surpass view of the Acres in a desirable location mak': Four Bedroom Home on excellent Rooms including Living Style Kitchen-Both-utility Room Water Heat Many other extras ....... RANSON REAL AND INSURANCE THIRD AVENUE A Complete Insurance Real Our ( FRANCIS M. FRYE Phone: PEKAR PROPERTIES """" INC. JI[F'FIr EQUAL L.ISTIN I[XCHANG Ir SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY Brick rancher on the edge of Shepherdstown has three bedrooms, family room, three ceiling fans, fireplace with woodstove insert and so much more. Discover the advantages this home can offer. $,000 Licensed In W. Va.. Va. and Md. 106 West German Street 208 West Congress Street Shepherdstown, W. Va. Charles Town, W. Va. (304) 076-6191 (304) 725-657 ! HOUSING OPPORTUNtT FOUR LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BACK TO SCHOOL Shepherdstown rancher has large country kitchen, detached garage and convenient location close to the Potomac and to Shepherd College, $87,500 "FmHA UVILLA 876.6547 Linda and John Agents on Site GLENDALE ESTATI Two ocra-plus-homesites with detail in specially, crafted homes. Priced from MR. AND MS. INVEsTER Now under construction, four-unit townhouse. Each unit has three bedrooms, bath and half. Town water and sewer and additional land for a second four- unit building. $215,000 BLUE RIDGE ACRES 725-733 I Bob Bell Building lots from s6,000 COUNTRY CLASSIC Under construction, this attractive rancher has special features that place it in o luxurious class of living. 1,900-plus sq. ft. with heat pump, two-car garage and spacious closets are only o few of its ad- vantages. Picturesque 2-plus acres in Pembroke Grove location. $142,000 UVILLA ESTATES Exduslve country Iivin 9 conveniently commuter. Quality construction with col floor plans. Priced from $192,0