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|4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1978 Friends Of 4-H Recognized FRIENDS OF 4-H -- The West Virginia University Center for Extension and Continuing Education joined the W. Va. Association of Extension 4-H Agents in recognizing individuals and organizations that make contributions to the statewide 4-H program. Dwing the annual 4-H Volunteer Leaders' Weekend recently at Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp, Weston, the W. Va. Artificial Breeders' Cooperative received honors. Lewis Campbell of Frederick, Md., accepts the "Friends of 4-H Award" from Dan Tabler, president of the agents' association, and Mildred Fizer, leader of WVU's 4-H Youth Development Division. The breeders' association, which has its central offices in Frederick, supports the 4-H Dairy and Livestock programs here in numerous ways, such as helping finance the training of dairy judging teams for national competition. SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 Mrs. Hilda Piper returned home on Saturday after being a patient at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Dehra Grey and sons of West Ridge Hills, were visitors Monday with Mr. Harvey Longerbeam. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md., were visitors Monday with Mrs. Yanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and children of Shepherdstown, were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and daughter of Fox Glen were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and grand- daughter Amy. Dana Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merve Jackson i a patient at Jefferson Memorial Hospital where she was ad- mitted on Monday for pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and granddaughter were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and daughter of Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son of Park View Trailer Co'art were guests over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mrs. Darlene Howell and daughter of Gainesville, Va., were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son and Miss Pare Staubs were visitors Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Store More- Save More- with this 15 cu. ft. IN Gibson Freezer J. RUSSELL FRITTS & SON, INC. DIA L 725.5511 Charles Town, W. Va. Ferry.Waters and sons of HarperSlSeni0rs Engage In Lung Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick of Chestnut Hill; Mr. Bobby Longerbeam of Mt. Mission; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and son were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick of Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Smith and children of Martinsburg, were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. Gary Harriss of Dargan, Md., was a visitor during the week with Miss Susan Cogle and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters, along with other relatives motored to Fan- tasyland on Sunday. Miss Susan Cogle was a visitor on Saturday at the home of Lee Waters and son. The occasion being Lee's birthday. Mrs. Thelma Cogle, Mrs. Lucille Waters and son, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughters, and Jennifer and Junior Cogle were guests Thursday with Mrs. Doris Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Vickers of Kearneysville, and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Whitmore and family of Ranson, were guests Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle and family. Mrs. Shelva Cogle and children were visitors Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Whitmore and family of Ransom Mrs. Darlene Cole and daughter were visitors Monday with Mrs. Paula Smith and children of Martinsburg. Undelivered Tax Refund Checks Are ]Wailing ToBe Parkersburg, W. Va.  Un- delivered Federal tax refund checks for some West Virginia residents are waiting to be claimed at the Internal Revenue Service. In fact, some 1976 refunds are yet to b e claimed. The nos( co/nmon reason checks remain undelivered is that taxpayers have moved and left no forwarding address with the U.S. Postal Service. Sometimes refunds are delayed because of incorrect or illegible entries on the tax return or even 'omissions of address in- formation. Refunds can also be delayed because checks are lost or stolen. However, IRS can generally trace such missing checks, In any case, taxpayers who filed on time and have not yet received their refunds should, contact the LRS as soon as possible. In all such inquiries the taxpayer should provide the name and address as they ap- pear on the tax return, the actual name and address, if different, the social security numbers, and the type of form filed. Under most circumstances an undelivered check can be reissued to the new address within a few weeks. Own Your Own Business*i NOW OPEN Eam $10,000 to $30,000 Yearly RAISING CHINCHILLAS start in a spare room. garage. basement, outbuildinl, etc. Write or call giving age, phone, an occupation to Chinchillas, P. O. Box 11425, Winston-Salem, N. C. 27106 CALL 919-748-8060 TRI-STATE Welding and Machine Co, Inc. A branch of the Tri-State Welding & Machine Company, Inc. of" Frederick, Md. Has just been opened on State Route 9 near Kear, neysville,W.Va., just to the rear of the Burgerhaus restaurant. And We offer the follewinll first does lervkes: Welding_Shop Repair.Service of steel; Aluminum and stainless steel, portable welding equipment, ornamental Ironwork and steel sales. SHOP HOURS are llo.m, to $ p.m. Monday tbru Saturday COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SIRVICE is LOCATED In FREDERICKMP. ONLY Jb# LocetiR is: Rt. 9. Kearneysville, W.Va. 25430 Mailing Address P.O.Box 565 Charles Town, W.Va. John Mosley, Gen. Mgr. W.Va, Branch; Home Phone (3O4) 725- 449O . IT Business Phone 876 - 6760 Pictured above are the persons from Shenandoah Home and the Eastern Panhandle Region, West Virginia Lung Association, taking part in a new volunteer program. Seated, Mrs. Florence. Ryan; standing, left to right, Mrs. Ethel Miller, Miss T. Kathleen Johnson, Mrs. Amanda Alger, Mrs. Rosalie Rhodes,-program director; Mrs. Vida Johnson and Mrs. Mable Smith. The Eastern Panhandle Region of the W. Va Lung Association, and Shenandoah Home, Ranson, W. Va., have joined hands in an unusual project, the first of its kind inthe state. The project incorporates residents of Shenandoah Home as volunteers. It affords them the opportunity to volunteer their services to an outside organization and to remain a part of the community. In ad- dition, the volunteers enjoy full membership in RSVP, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, a national organization for volunteers among Senior Citizens. The project was conceived by Mrs. Rosalie Rhodes, R.N., Eastern Panhandle Region Program Director of the W. Va. Lung Association, and presented to Shenandoah Home. It was endorsed wholebeartedly. The project encompasses a twofold purpose: restoration of self-esteem and independence; and, involvement in community life through volunteer work for W. Va. Lung Association. The project serves to combat in- stitutionalization and develops individuality and reality per- ception. As the project progresses, there will be greater outlets for creative expression through participation in programming, as suits the desires of the resident. To date, there are seven residents enrolled who have donated in excess of 5 hours total in-service. CORRECTION In a story concerning a sur- prise birthday party given for Carl Frye, it was incorrectly stated that the party was given by Mrs, Dorothy Shuster, when actually the story should have said the party was given by his daughter, Darlene Hostler. Graduate Centel Appalachian Power Company. The second highest statement Dr. James Shepherd Accepting Fall Registrations, The West Virginia University Graduate Center at Shepherd College is now accepting registration for fall classes. The Center, which is part of the WVU off-campus graduate program in continuing education, has classes in the areas of special education, education ad- ministration, reading, history, English, speech, 'tehching methods, psychology, coun- seling and guidance, safety management, social work and other areas of interest to the school teacher and adult lear- ner. Courses are offered in the evenings and generally carry three hours of graduate credit. Acceptance at the Graduate School is required. The classes may be used in the master's degree programs available at the off-campus Center and many may also be used for teacher certification renewal. Presently ten master's degrees are available at the Graduate Center. For more information, call the WVU Graduate Center in Shepberdstown at 304-876-2536. Potomac Taxes On Properly In State Is $2,280,040 West Virginia State Auditor Glen B. Gainer, Jr., announced this week that his office has mailed tax statements to about 300 utility firms operating in the state and the Potomac Edison Company holdings in West Virginia was among the ten largest statements. The statement to the Potomac Company was in the l amount of $2,2S0,040.00, which i placed the company sixth from the top. $10,438,031.57 was the and it went to went to Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company in Named To the amount of $6,839,940.00; Columbia Gas Transmission Kiwanis Corporation was fourth high with a utility tax bill of Dr. James M. $5,473,2B4.20; the Monongahela president of Power Company was next with ternational, has $4,899,748.00; Virginia Electric two major and Power Company was next Kiwanis for with $3,084,809; Baltimore and ministrative Ohio Railroad Company, Hilmar Soleberg $I,683,896.17; Chesapeake and Moler to the Ohio Railroad Company, Resolutions $2,129,658.50; Consolidated Gas invited him to Supply Corporation, devotionals with $3,333,267.56; Norfolk and 79 Council opens Western Railroad Company, Chicago the last $3,036,180.19; Potomac Edison tember. The Council Company, $2,280,040.57.- Bits Of Wisdom If you can see some good in everyone, nearly everyone will see some good in you. -Grit. I officers and !hera from all areas where there are Dr. Moler was Most I their pay. PUBLIC SALE l will sell the following personal property South Church Street, Charles Town, W. Va. SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, SALE BEGINS AT 7O:OO A. Oak library table, New Haven mantle clock with"tiles, cane rocker, reed rocker and captains chair, very old books, 2 Vol. Lon odd chairs, book case, several desks, 2 sofas, 2 machines, several trunks, leather top end tables table, 2 portable stereo record vlayers, record and bench, smoking stand, typewriter stand, brass kettle, floor lamps, table lamps, G.E. stove: cleaning oven, drop leaf table, Sylvania T.V., fan, Thayer baby carriage, bassinets, doll clippers, mirrors, carpet sweeper, kraut crocheted bedspreads, twin size; rugs, 2 - 9 x 15, pictures, frames, stop watches, dishes, pots, howl and pitcher set, crocks, bottles, jugs, old silver and bone handle carving set, other Terms of Sale: Cash. Nothing removed until settled lot responsible for any accidents on property. Lunch by Charles Town Womans Club. Auct.: Edward M. Morrow Clerk: Charles E. Ware Aug. 17-2t C00LL coNcRETE M,x The 0]d Opera House We Handle All Concrete Jobs Professionally CARPORTS PATIOS DRIVEWAYS SIDEWALKS BASEMENT FLOORS POURING FINISHING I* TURF CONCRETE Est, mates PRODUCTS DIVISION of TURF ENTERPRISES Ph. 725-7612 or 725-9233 - Charles Town, W.Vn. PUBLIC AUCTION OF MODERN FARM MACHINERY ON THE "Cedar Knoll Farm" located along the Mid- .dleburg Rd. just behind the Post Office and approx. 4 mS. E. of Keymar intersection Of Rt. 194. in Carroll Co., Md. on SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1978 at 11A.M. 4 GAS TRACTORS 1968 M.M. 670 tricycle tractor, 1971 M.M. JET 3 tricycle tractor, 1973 M.M. JET 3 std. axle tractor, FERGUSON 20 tractor. GROUND EQUIPMENT M.M. 4 X 14 3 pt. trip-back plow, J.D. 2 X 14 3pt. plow, 1977' WHITE DISC HARROW, J.D. disc harrow, Hamill spring tooth harrow, Brillion cultipacker, Ford cultivators, 1969 John Beane 300 gal. plastic tank field sprayer, 1976 WHITE NO-TILL 4 ROW CORN PLANTER, J.D. 2 row corn planter, 1967 Ontario 16 X 7 grain drill on rubber. HAY EQUIPMENT 1969 N.H. 273 baler with throw, 1975 N.I. cut-conditioner, 1973 N.H. rake, N.H. elevator, 1976 Snowco mow conveyor, 4 heavy duty throw bale wagons, flat bed wagon. HARVESTING EQUIPMENT Fox forage harvestor with I row corn head, Fox blower, Bearcat flail chopper, 2 1969 Grove self-unloading wagons, 1975 N.I. 1 row corn picker, 2 1975 side dump grain bodies on heavy duty running gears. MISC. EQUIPMENT M.M. MANURE LOADER WITH HYD. BUCKET, N.H. 130 manure spreader, J.D. sub-soiler, 3 pt. hoist, Ferguson 3 pt. scraper blade, 3 pt. carry-all, some small shop tools, etc. 1,000 BOARD FEET OF 5-6 YEAR OLD SAWED WALNUT LUMBER TO BE SOLD AT 12:00 NOON IN LOTS TERMS: CASH/CHECK on day of sale. Not responsible for accidents. Sales tax to be collected on all taxable items.i. MR. & MRS. DONALD M. SWARTZ Middleburg, MD. TROUT AUCTIONEERS, INC. 15 N.COURT St., Frederick, MD 21701 101 145 - !$55 James G. Trout, Auctioneer Sidney Lease, Clerk Lunch Available , - - PLEASE CLIP THIS AD - - August 1 - IT WITH Eric Bates Grog Breeden Holly Fluty Coyle Ronnie Harris Michael Lewallen Carol Offenbacker Shorty Ranalli Martha E. Senseney Bett Sims Melinda White Robert Angel Chad. Town, W, Va. PRESENTS and AUGUST throu SEPTI 2nd A Modeal Based Upon The Gospel According Io St. Mauhew All Performances 8 P.M. by the Town Clock Air Conditioned - Children 12 & Under HALF TICKETS AND INFORMATION- 204 No. George St., Charles PHONE 304) 725-4420 or 725-2560 - Noon til 6:30 Tues. t Your Questions To The Independent/ The Independent agent is an insurance expert. But if he cannot answer your questions, he'll consult an number companies for which he With this input, the give to even the Let Smith.Nadenbousch point you in the right direction, next time you need an insurance package. Give us a call! SMITHADENBOUSCH "Everythi 132 SouH1 263-3'388 725-7081