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Spirit of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE ! Classified Wednesday, July 24, 2013 65 Best Paint. Best Advice: Benjamin Moore Paints C.T. Paint Center Rt. 340 and Hallt0wn Rd. (304) 728-6656 :2 Burial lots. Pleasant View :Memory Gardens. 2 Vaults in- stalled, 2 openings and clos- :ings. Taking Offers. Call 681- 242-8063. 7/17/4tpd ;John Deero 2005 Model 3120 ;6ft. front loader, Quick at- ',tach, 5 ft. bush hog, 3 speed .hydrostat, less than 200 hrs. Price $14,500. Call or text Cody Harrison 1-304-671-9765 or Peggy at 304-671-3183. 2/13/tf FOR SALE Straw, clean and bright, 304- 724-5477. 2/4/tf FOR LEASE Crop and Pasture land to lease. Please call the office at 304- 724-5477 for details. High He- rizons Farm, Inc. Marty Kable and Sons. 1/26/tf Spay Today, a local, reduced cost spay and neuter program offers NEW locations in WV and VA. For location information go to: or call 304- 728-8330. 4/4/tf Private citizen looking for a large field with large pond to hunt duck and geese in Jef- ferson or Berkeley County. Please call 304-876-3260 7/10/tf Senior self-employed male look- ing for low cost housing (50 mile radius of Dulles). Veteran, non- smoker, non-drinker, drug-free, have 2 mini Schnauzers. Call Jerry anytime (304)263-8188. 7/24/1tpd Drivers: CDL-A, T/T Drivers Lo- cal, Part-Time! Regional, Full- Time! Great Hometime! $1000+ Per Week! Call Ryan @ 1-800- 726-6111 7/24/1tpd p I I I I I I I I I I I~ MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday, July 27 7 AM-6 PM Jefferson County, 5 miles from Charles Town on Earle Road, between Rt. 51 & Summit Point Road, at the yellow caboose. Horse Tack and Horses, Furniture, Kitchen Ware, Tools, Books, Clothes, Massey 35 tractor and more. &--'--'mmll 'lmld ? Eliminate. Heating Bills! Save up to Up to $1600 instant rebate plus up to $300 tax credit* Don't wait any longer! Start saving money on your heatin! bill when home, water and more with the safe, comfortable heat of a Central Boiler outdoor furnace, LEMARR CO. POINT OF ROCKS, MD 240-285-6395 'Instant rebate savings up to $1600 on select in-st0ck Cer=~al Boiler o~toor furnace models. Savings shown is 0u an E-Classic 3200 model. See dealer for details. For more informalion about $300 tax credit, please consult your ~x planner and review all IRS guidelines. Central Boiler is not a tax advisor. ANNOUNCEMENTS Become Dietary Manager (aver. age annual salary $45,423) in eight months in online program Offered by Tennessee Coltege of Applied Technology Elizabethton. Details, t-888- 986-2368 or email patricia.roark@ FOR RENT Looking for affordable officetbusi- ness space in the Charleston area with plenty of free private parking, utilities included and easy ac* cess to the interstate? The West Virginia Press Association -- lo- cated two miles from downtown but outside of B&O zone --- has up to 1,600-square-foot space with access to additional shared confer- once area and facilities. Ideal for of- rice or distribution location. Contact Don Smith, West Virgirt~a Press As- sociation, 304.342-1011. ext, t60, HELP WANTED-DRIVERS Class A & B CDL Drivers for road construction. Weekly travel re- quired PrinJ applications from and fax to 804-716-7890. email to jobs@ or mail to Slurry Pavers, Inc. 36t7 Nine Mile Road Richmond, VA 23223. 800-449- 3662. Slurry Pavers. Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and a drug free wo#~olace. EARNING BETTER PAY IS ONE STEP AWAY! Averitt offers Regional Experienced CDL-A Drivers Excel- tent Benefits and weekly hometime. 888-362-8608. Recent grads w/a CDL-A, 1-5/wks Paid training. Apply online at Equal Opportunity Employer, Jobs based in Roanoke, VA or CoIumbus, OH. MISCELLANEOUS SAWMILLS from only $4897.00- MAKE & SAVE MONEY with you~ own bandmill. Cut iumber any dimen- sion. In stock ready to ship, FREE tnfo/DVD: www,NotwoodSawmills. comt-800-578-1363 Ext.300N OTR & DRIVER OPPORTUNITY $1000 SIGN*ON, Regional Dedi- cated Class-A Drivers $0,50-CPM, Excellent Hometime & Benefits. Cafl HOGAN today 866-275-884t. Drivers: Up to $5,000 Sign*on Bonus. Hiring Sore and Teams, Excegent Home Time, Pay and Benefits. Catl Super Service Today! 888-794-3694. DriverForSuperSew{ 90years oftrainin9 WestVirginians Nearby campuses to provide local support Class A CDL road construction. Weekly travel required. I Print applications from www.slurr), and fax toI 804-716-7890, email to or mailed to: I Slurry Pavers, Inc. 3617 Nine Mile Road, Richmond, VA 23223. Slurry Pavers, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and a drug free workplace 1-800-449-3662 I Spirit e Something for everyone. Jobs Sales Cars Pets Farm Real Estate and much more .... Call 3114-725-~ to advertise SPORTS to Garrett MCHENRY, Md. -- Jefferson High infielder Brandt Petrie will join the Garrett Cotmnunity College baseball team when the fall se- mester begins at the two-year school. Petrie played mostly at second base during the 2013 season, but completed the year for the Cougars starting at first base. Garrett CC is a Region XX school in the junior college ranks. It competes against Potomac State, Frederick, Hagerstown and Allega- ny as well as about eight other teams in the Maryland JUCO circles. Garrett is coached Eric Hallenbeck, a North Hagerstown High graduate, and had 23-27 record in 2013. SU offers football parking SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherd will offer reserved parking for its five home football games. Reserved parking season passes for spac- es in Lot B near the school library will be $40. Spaces for single games will cost $10 each for the same Lot B. These parking spaces can now be reserved by calling either 304-876-5527 or 304-876-5524. OFF THE TEE Whitehair drives Miss Daisy On Thursday, 11 Sleepy Hollow Ladies braved extreme heat. "Drivin' Miss Daisy" was the Daily Tournament and Maggie White- hair won with a 30. Carol Winckler was second with a 31. Peggy Sowers finished third with a 32. Dr. Marneeret Vongxaiburana re- peated last week with another skillful 12 putts. Next week, the La- dies will take a break in the middle of the golf year for "Fun Day," with light refreshments, after playing some unusual golf. -- Maggie Whitehair Sen" ".on stages Staff report CHARLES TOWN -- The Jefferson Wildcats will be joined by Senior American Legion (ages 19 and under) teams from Romney, Berkeley County, and Petersburg/Moorefield in this week's dou- ble elimination Area Tournament being played in Romney. The winner of the four-team event will qualify for the West Vir- ginia state toumament in Morgantown at WVU's Hawley Field. Jefferson has players from Jefferson High and Washington High and is coached by Buzzy Jackson. On Thursday the tournament begins at Hampshire High School. The Area Tournament is scheduled to play its first game at 6 p.m. On Friday, the schedule shows another 6 p.m. opening. Over the weekend, the event has a 12-noon beginning on both Saturday and Sunday. In its last two games of the regular season, the Wildcats de- feated Berkeley Post 14 both times the teams met at Mussel- man High. Jefferson's roster has 18 players listed, but it is unlikely all 18 will be in Romney for the tournament. Coach Jackson has possible starting pitchers in Logan Malo- ney, Jared Silva, Cody Butts, Casey Billmyer, Dennis Jackson, Matt LaFollette, Drew Hetzel, Kyle Boone and F. Brown. Outfielders on the Wildcat roster are Anthony DiAmario, Dylan Macintosh, Boone and Jackson. The catchers are Seth Campbell and Matt Henshaw. Jackson's infielders include Brandt Petrie, Paul Witt, Garrett Everton and Cody McDowell along with Silva, Billmyer and Jackson. Berkeley Post 14 has players from Musselman, Martins- burg and Hedgesville high schools. Host Romney has its roster stocked with players from Hampshire High and Potomac Valley takes its players primarily from Moorefield and Petersburg high schools. The state tournament begins in Morgantown on July 28. I Shepherdstown football meets SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Shepherdstown Middle School foot- ball team will have a meeting on Aug. 9 at 6 p.m., in the school cafete- ria. Players and parents will meet the principal and the coaches. The first practice will be on Aug. 12 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Athletes should bring plenty of water and running shorts. Other information will be provided by Coach Kevin Holmes at 304-268-3789 or email at khol- mes@access &l Risen award in 1957 and his father, FROM PAGE B3 Secretariat, was Three-Year-Old of the Year in 1973. over the closing effort of Brian's He didn't look like Secretariat. Time. He didn't win as often or as dra- Since Brian's Time had closed matically as Secretariat. He was well in the Preakness, he was not able to win all three races in made the betting favorite in the the Triple Crown series. And he long Belmont Stakes. able to race only 11 times. No horse challenged Risen Risen Star was never adorned Star in the Belmont. with the accolades so liberally He poured through the homesprinkled on others with less of stretch in easily capsizing the field an impact on racing. by an expanding 14-plus lengths. Yet he was never worse than Only Secretariat's winningthird, had over $2 million in earn- time was faster. Two others have ings and only lost three times in bettered his time since that June his career. afternoon in 1988. He simply didn't didn't look An injury incurred in the Belmont the part of a strapping and domi-' caused Lamarque to retire his cham- nant thoroughbred. And he didn't i pion after only 11 career races, compare well when his father was i The Eclipse Award as best brought into the conversation. three-year-old brought a first- Against most others, howev- time historical note. er, he accomplished more than! Risen Star was the first third- they did no matter if they were ~, generation Eclipse Award honor- 17 hands tall, had the appearance ee in the same bracket. His grand- of a Greek god and could charm father (Bold Ruler) had won the the media out of its socks.