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! Extension 468 Extension 467 SECRETAR Y/CLERK Dedicated Realtors #1 Goal Our #1 Goal' .t I % SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, July 28, 2005 ? LLC seeks E] and et lovers to d 1 at( Best Pet Fo ", ,;. local pet stores. $10 work. Must be Great pay! Fun work! Toll Free ext. 101 @ or email ":,'s /- K~~ ,~:p.-'.~:p" BOHRER BRECKENRIDGE NORTH S/D $489.950 Stunning! 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath Colonial with a full, walk-out basement. Two story foyer, main level office, formal living & dining with crown molding & chair rail. Large kitchen with upgraded appliance, 42" maple cabinetry and center island. Brick fireplace in family room. Huge master suite with spacious tiled bath that offers a soaking tub, oversized shower and large closet. 2-car garage, paved drive. All on a nicely landscaped 1-acre lot. Great commuter location-just minutes to Rt. 340. Stephanle to schedu/e an a/Qio/nfment. JF5276266 Real Estate Group 800-621-7477 Somerset Village, B-8, Chartes Town, WV CONSTANCE 8ARNHARDT. BROKER Jefferson County, West Virginia Department of Planning, Zoning and Engineering is seek- ing one or two 8eeretm /Clerim to help with day to day office activities including providing customer service, processing and filingrecords, and typing. Applicants shall be high school graduates in business and have a.minimum of 2 years #1 Mortgage Producer for City National Bank - 2004 Call Tom to discuss your purchase or refinance mortgage needs experience in a similar position. Position requires good verbal and written communi- cation skills, good typing skills and knowl- edge of general office equipment. Duties include all office work, taking of minutes of evening and day meetings, and ability to gain Pr~lucts include: Champion 100%--One loan No down p,~ment-No PMI No second loan needed Second mortgages- Home Equity Construction/Permanent one dosing 19 STRAW, CLEAN & bright. 725-5183. 2/4/ff NEW AND used farm equipment. Plows, discs, rotary cutters, 6, 7, and B ft. blades. $265 and up Used tractors of vari- ous sizes. Edgar A. Bohrer (304) 229-8354. 4/1/ff NEW AND used parts for older tractors. Edgar A. Bohrer. 229-8354.8/3/ff Registered Angus bulls. Eastwood Angus~ Stan- ley Dunn, 725-8308. 2/26/ff Rt. 9 West. Large 4 BR home w/ apt. Full base- ment. Close to Marc train. Water/sewer included. No pets. $1200 + sac. dep. Call 260-0933. 6/23/ff general knowledge of land use regulations. Ransom 2 BR opt. w/ WVHousing- 1st Time (Your Auctioneer) SALES SERVICES In Estate, Personal, Farm Equipment Big or too Small) Everything on it. We Come to You. (3M) 22 1=M Best Paint. Best Adt, ice; Be njamin Moore~ Paints Route 340 North Charles Town WV (304) 725-1461 Ste- isters would serve flat- both Shepherdstown Was and ' Kearneysville Rev. parishes. Other min- isters to mention were Rev. George G. Everhart 1889- 1901; Rev. Joseph E. Guy, 1902-1905; Rev. John David Mill- er, 1906-1912; Rev. Charles F. Greeman, lien. 1912-1913; Rev. Guy Bready 1914- and 1915; Noted that in 1914, Rev. Bready united in marriage and Rev. Charles Free- lat- man and Miss Alice BiUmyer and dur- and ing this same year 889. records show Rev. Bready united in marriage a black couple in the cam- Was munity. Rev. Stephen Flickinger was in- its stalled in 1916 and of served until 1925. It was also noted that electricity was a',in installed at Grace Church in May 1919. ~ain. Rev. Flickinger re- Proficiency with Microsoft Office software including Word and Excel are a plus. Employee benefits package includes West Virginia State Public Employees Retirement System plan, paid health insurance, paid vacation leave, paid sick leave and a least twelve paid holidays per year. Normal work hours are 9-5 with paid lunch hour, Monday through Friday (35 hours), however, work hours may vary depending upon need to attend evening meetings as the job requires. Starting salary depending on qualifications. Submit application/resume to: Homebuyers Low~ guaranteed dosing cost options available, with: NO application fee NO origination fee NO discount points Providing free pre.approval before your home search, and financing choices with your best interest in mind Exceptional, personalized service - Timely communications - No surprises porch. Water/sewer in- j c,uded No $600 I I +, dep. 260-0933. 6/23/ff , I NAT6 branonONAL'locadons" dXKin porches.basement W/water/sewerlarge deck, !! ~iiil *i! if t.e ~.s.ern ~an n~,e J ,ac,uded+ sac depN pe~260.0933$~00 I City Holding Company, a $2.5 billion bank holding company Headquartered in,6/23/~ Charleston, WV. Network of 51 banking offices in West Virginia. Potomac Terrace Apart- ments, Bolivar, WV, One Joycc Garrison Do you want to work all year around, rain or shine, for the most well known and respected construction aggregates com- pany around, you have experience working on a construction crew operating heavy equipment? Or helping out around the farm? Or welding and cutting? Or doing general maintenance and repair on equip- ment? Then we're your company of choice! LUCK STONE is family owned and oper- ates stone quarries. Our Goose Creek, Leesburg, Bull Run and Fairfax Plants are looking for career minded, hard working people like you for the following positions: Heavy Equipment Ope~tors Night Shift Maintenance ($3 shift differential) = Pit Loader Operators Scale Office Dispatchers Plant Operators All levels of equipment operator experience welcome! We're growing fast and we need you to help us head into the future. Our benefits are great, our people are even better! Full Benefits- Health/DentaINision/401(k)/ Incentive Plan/Retirement package/ Overtime available. What a great place to work! Apply in person at on of the following plants: Goose Creek - 42708 Cochran Mill Rd/Rt. 653, Leesburg, VA 20175 Leesbura - 20210 Luck Lane off Rt. 659 Bellmont Ridge Rd Ashbum VA 20147 - 27672 Gum Spring Rd (Rt. 659), Chantilly, VA 20152 - 15717 Lee Highway, Centreville, VA 20121 Or apply online at: WWWJUckstone.com Pre-emptoyment drug-screen required. EEO. doing business Continued from Page 7 7 Bedroom Apartment. Handicap/Wheelchair Modified, Income Restric- tions, Equal Housing Op- portunity TDD: 800-982- 8771, Contact Manager at 44 New Sycamore Cir- cle, Charles Town, WV or PHONE: 304-725-8250. 7/21/2t WILLOW SPRING FARM APARTMENTS, Two Bed- room Apartment, Handi- cap/Wheelchair Modified, Income Restrictions, Equal Housing Opportunity, TDD: 800-982-8771, Contact Manager at 44 New Sycamore Circle, Charles Town, WV or PHONE: 304-725-8250. 7/21/2t HOUSEKEEPER wanted to clean/assist in bed & breakfast. 10-30 hrs/wk. Must be able to work Saturdays and Sundays, 8AM-2PM Charles Town. While I am a fan of seasons and I love 725-7923, 7/21/6t summer, this humidity is more than we Tuition Painterst Hiring college students for sum- bargained for this week. I must admit that mer. $7,50/hr. for dedi- I much prefer clear summer days without coted responsible painters. the threat of collapsing into a soaking heap Must have transpodo- simply by walking out the door. I am look- tion. Call 304-671-3751, ing forward to fall-even though I know we 7/21/2tpd Diesel Mech0nics: Cam- ought not wish our lives away. (As those petilive Compensafionl of you who have read this column for any Vacation, Holiday & Sick time know, fall is my favorite!) Pay! Great Benefits. FT/ Happy Birthday ~r. Experience Preferred. 142 Musket Dr. All Truck Birthday wishes go out this week to Key- Repair, Winchester, Vo in Alder, Nena Stowell, Tommy Staubs, Jr 22602. 800-932-4001 Renee Spencer, Jennifer Van Vliet, Georgia 7/28/2t REPTILE EXPO, Live reptiles & supplies for sole. SUN JULY 31, 10AM-3PM. $5/ par, Plaza Hotel, 1-81 N, exit 5A, Hagerstown. 410-526- 4184, www.mdrepfileform. cam/shows. 7/21/2tpd ~ng & Queen pageant. Aug. 14, Front Royal. Sept. 11, Mortinsburg. Coil 304- 229-0130. 7/21/8t congregations of tendance. both churches wel- Hooked on corned Rev. Harold Swing Harris serving until Reviving the big 1956. Others who band era swing served were: Rev. music, Larry El- Paul Curvey; Rev. gart and his or- Roy Coultier, Rev. chestra gave a per- Frederick Kalk- formance of song brenner; Rev. Bran- selections from the son Staley, Rev. Jo- swing era including seph Chukla; Rev. "Sing, Sing, Sing," Russell . Butcher; theme from "Chari- Rev. Roger Bertner; ots of Fire," "In the Rev. Keith Snow; Mood," "Hooked on and Rev. Jeff Sha- Swing," and old fa- naberger, vorites that made Many supply you want to dance ministers the past in the aisles. several years and I had the oppor- the current pastor tunity to attend serving the church: a show Saturday Rev. David Beeson. night in Chambers- Russell Family burg accompanied Reunion by Fern Willing- Harry "Pit" Rue- ham. sell was center of Elgart has revi- attention for his talized swing mu- 90th birthday dur- sic throughout the ing the annual Rue- 90s and into the sell family reunion new millennium. held at the home That's all for this of his sister, Bet- week remember ty Lou Nicewarner, to Send me your with over 40 in at- news items. DuBose, Dana Harner and Janie Stewart. We wish each of you a special day. Anyone who wishes to add their birthday to the list may call me. Anniversary Anniversary wishes go out to Connie and Rodney Davis, Jo and Walt Belle and Art and Harriet Gladsone. May each of you continue to share happiness together. Chili Cookoff Neersville Fire and Rescue Auxiliary is hosting a round up dinner which is August 27th but the registration deadline to enter is August 7th. The chili cook off judging will occur at 4pro with the round up dinner served at 5pro. Prizes will be given to the winners in various categories (hot, mild, vegetarian ). Registration fee is $5, plus a donation of a gallon of chili to the round up dinner. For more information about registration or to register please call Val Dunigan at (540) 668-6005 or Karen McQuaid at (540) 668- 6495. Vacation Bible School Camp Hill Methodist Church will be the site of the annual community Vacation Bi- ble School. The event runs the first week of August, from 9 to 12 each day. There is a $5 fee to help cover supplies. Please call the church for more information. Paper Drive The Lions Club will hold their month- ly paper drive on Saturday, August 6 be- hind the post office. Remember to bring all of your paper, cardboard, books, magazines and more to help in their efforts. The group also takes aluminum cans. Famous First Facts I return to the tidbits of "first" from the book I obtained at the Harpers Ferry Li- brary book sale. This one caught my eye as some trivia that may come in handy some- day (perhaps at the next Brain Games competition ) The first employee's time recorder was invqnted b)~ William L. Bun- dy, Auburn, N.Y. on November 20, 1888. Patent number for the device was 339,205. The ~ievice offered a key bearing the work- man's number which was inserted into the mechanism which printed both the num- ber and the time on a paper tape. Bundy formed the Bundy Manufacturing Compa- ny which later became a division of IBM Corporation. Final Notes We travel this week to Rochester, N.Y. to visit my sister. The children are looking for- ward to water parks, visiting Lake Ontario (it's like the beach!) and visiting with their cousins. Of course, my nephew, Philip, will be coming to our area' in the near future as he has been accepted to Shepherd Univer- sity and begins classes in a few weeks. Please continue to call with your news or send it via email and I will make sure it gets in. I will be writing the column a few days early for next week so that I can get it in before I leave. FIRST HORIZON. way - building relationships on a foundation of honesty Midshipman Thomas Levac, of Charles Town, grad- uated June 20 from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, N.Y with the 223 mem- bers of the class of 2005. The son of Scott and Patricia Levac, he received an en- gineer's merchant marine license at the ceremony. Mid- shipman Levac was additionally commissioned as a U.S. Naval Reserve ensign and was awarded a Bachelor of Science in Ma- rine Engineering Systems. Vice Admiral Jo- seph D. Stewart, the Academy super- intendent, present- ed the Class of 2005 with their academic credentials. FOR A low cost for spay and neutering call Spa,/Today. , 728-8330. 5/30/tf turned to Grace Church in 1954 for the cornerstone lay- ing of the Educa- tional Building. He is said to have had perhaps the largest theological library in America. Rev. William Sal- ly ordained in Phil- adelphia was in- stalled in 1939 and served until 1943. Rev. Donald Dan- her served from 1944 to 1946 and passed away in the Shepherdstown parsonage in 1946. Rev. Melvin T. Harem became pas- tor of both churches in 1948 and served until 1954. During his pastorate was the building of the Educational build- ing in July of 1953. The first Home- coming Service was held October 31, 1954 with Rev. Bor- der Stanley, Har- risonburg, Va. The Deadline for resumes is August 8, 2005. Position to remain open unti/ rifled. Phone: 304-725-3228 Email: dpze@jeffersoncountywv.org Mrs. Rebecca Bums, Office Manager Jefferson County Dept. of Planning, Zoning and Engineering P.O. Box 338 104 East Washington Street Charles Town, WV 25414 Graduates from Maritime Academy Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Toni Milbourne 535-6851 Drivers: Local. $12.25- $13.25 per houri No Touch Freight. Vaca- tion, Holiday & Sick Payt Great Benefits, Assigned Tractors. CDL-A / 2 yrs. Exp. All Freight Delivery Systems. 800-932-4001. 7/28/2t CALl 725-2046 iTo Advertise