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16 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,1978 AMERICAN FLAG PRESENTED TO VFW POST IN MEMORY OF SHIRLEY WRIT[ For the past several years the Auxiliary of Jef- ferson Memorial Post 3522 Veterans of Foreign Wars, has been presenting American Flags which have been flown over the nation's capital building in Washington, D. C., in memory of Jefferson Coun- ty men and women who lost their lives in past wars and the most recent of such presentations took place Saturdaymorning, August 26 at the VFW Post Home. This flag was presented to the VFW Post in memory of the late Shirley Writt, of Ran- son, who was killed in action in World War II while serving with the U. S. Navy. the flag presentation program was initiated under the direction of Mrs. Isabel Albright, Americanism chairman of the VFW Axiliary. Participating in the most recent presentation as shown above were: (left to right) -- kneeling front: Brian Fadeley, Eric Jones, LorE Fadeley, all members of the VFW Auxiliary youth group known as the "Youth of Today and Leaders of Tomorrow," Elmer BElier, Glenville Albright, Clyde Stine and Bobby Broadway, all members of the VFW Post. Standing (left to right) -- Aderine Cain, Gary Trussell, Sherry Trussell, La Garde Trussell, Mrs. Fleeta Writt, wife of the honored war veteran, Rhonda Wolfe, C. D. Bayer, Hilda Buhrman, Brenda Moler, who is shown making the presentation to Paul Montford, who accepted for the VFW Post in the absence of acommander Carl Nutter, Mrs. Beverly Jones, president of the VFW Auxiliary, Bertha Holmes, Helen Katzaman, Betty Costello, and Fay Montfort. Others in the picture, but not visible were: Donna aden, Gall Oden and Esther Oden and Lois Mackey. (Photo by Tim Sinn) MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring Dial 725-2500 &LLLLALLLL Congratulations to little Miss Cander Dillow, the winner for the Little Miss Jefferson County Fair for 1978. Contestants from the village for the 1978 Little Miss Jefferson County Fair were Katie Dailey, Anessa Friend, Paula Liskey, Kimherly Ring and Rebecca Lee Ring. Billy Ring entertained his friends on Thursday with a "Back to School Party." The boys enjoyed playing games and Mrs. Ring served a luncheon which consisted of hot idogs, baked beans, potato chips, cool aid and ice cream. Those having fun were Mitchell Viands from Summit Point, Michael Young and Charles Linton from In- wood, Jeffrey Jones, Eugene Pifer, Michael Ring, David Payne, Randy Smith, Herbie Payne and Richard Nicodemus from the village. Others along with me and Mrs. Laurence Ring, Jr. were Kenny Ring, Cindy Ring, Rebecca Ring and We are happy to report Mrs. Dorothy Hannas has returned home from the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Lafayette Smith is a patient in the City Hospital in Martinsburg, and Miss Donna Taylor is a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. She is in for ob- servation and tests. Mrs. Stanley Ring returned home from the Winchester Memorial Hospital, but had a turn in her condition and was admitted back to the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Gertrude Schili returned home from the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Lets remember these people in prayer and cards. Sunday visitors with Mrs. Virginia Dunlap were Mrs. Tona Staubs and Benjamin from Martinsburg. Sunny Russell from Herndon, Va. visited with his father Mr. Grover Russell on Saturday. PFC. Charles "Rusty" Shirley from Camp LeJeune N.C. spent the holiday weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley, Sr. and his wife, Mrs. Charles Shirley, in Tuscawilla Hills. Mrs. Naomi Barrow, "retired," attended the Em- Debbie Ring. ployee picnic from General NOTICE! [ 1 GLENN'S B00EE00 SHOP " HILLDALE SHOPPING CENTER i | WiLL. c,o.o FOR WCA00ION I i Sept. 18 until 6 P.M. Thursday, Sept. 21 I ii i i WE ARE ALL NEW! HENRY'S ELECTRONICS Located 110 Plum Tree Lane Orchard Hills, Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725- 2598 We sell and service all new and u",ed CB's and Televisions. We also sell Accessories. Hours Mon, Thru SaL 10 a. m. 9 p. m. i i I PUBLIC SALE On the farm located on Elmer School Road in Montgomery County, Md. between White's Ferry and Poolesvllle. Turn off WhEre's Ferry-Poolesville road onto Elmer School road to farm. About 5 miles from WhEre's Ferry and 5 miles from Poolesville. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER I 5 1 !'00 A. M. MACHINERY & DAIRY EQUIPMENT Int. No. 56 Hopper Blower and 50 ft. pipe, NH No. 717 Forage Chopper with one-row corn head, 2 forage wagons with New Idea boxes on heavy New Holland Model 234 run- ning gear, mow elevator, post driver, seed sower, misc. small tools and equipment. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Delaval milker pump No. 75 with motor, 4 DeLaval bucket units and two 55 lb. pails, drain rack, double wash tank, DeLaval dumping station and glass pipeline. 52 HOLSTEIN COWS 52 One 3-yr.-o Bull T. B. and Blood Tested The cows have plenty of size and several are recently fresh, fifteen are dry and will be due later this fall. Others will freshen at various times throughoput the year. A herd that is capable of making good records although no Dill testing has been done. TERMSi CASH -- Lunch Available REMSBURG SALE SERVICE ROBERTSMOOT, Owner Sale Managers A AueUoueers Route 2, Box 1722e Jef(ers, Maryland 21755 Dlcktq'son, Md. PEte: 301.473-8214 Phone: 301 - 349- $338 Telephone Company held on Sunday afternoon at Morgan's Grove Park in Shepherdstown. Miss Barbara Longerbeam, Miss Brenda McFillian and David McFillian from Brucetown, Va. were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pifer and family and Mr. Ronnie Longerbeam. The community extends their sympathy to the family of Mr. Thomas J. Weisenburg who passed away in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Sunday August 27. Services were held on Wednesday at the Leetown Brethern Church by the Rev. Joseph Lewis and Rev. David Maser. Interments were in the Pleasant View Memorial Gardens. Miss Jane Dean and Miss Virginia Dean from Bunker Hill visited on Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring, Billy, Becky and Debbie. Chris and Johnny Hough from Bunker Hill spent the weekend with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Jamers. Weekend guests with Mr. and' Mrs. Gary FriLLs were Mr. and Mrs. Omer Lofton, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fishel and Pamela of Winchester, Va.-Mr. and Mrs. Jerry FriLLs of Berkeley Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Vorous III, Mr. Helen Vorous and David Vorous from the village. Holiday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer from Char} es Town, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cave and Mrs. Zola Braithwaite from Mar- tinsburg and Mrs. Marjorie Carper from the village. Mr. and Mrs. James Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James, Chris and Johnny Hough attended the family picnic held on the lawn at the home of Mrs. Huston Dickinson in Winchester, Va. on Sunday afternoon. An enjoyable evening was spent together. Mrs. Bertha Nicodemns spent last Sunday with her brother Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kearns in Baltimore, Md. She returned by her son's home Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nicodemus and family in Berryville, Va. and spent the week with them. Mid-dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicely were Douglas and Kay Lynn Creamer, Douglas was granted discharge with honor from the U.S. Marine Carp, on August 30, Kimberley Evans, his fiancee, and Mrs. Mary Evans of Charles Town Christopher L. Nicely, Wooster, Ohio and Ensign Clinton L. Nicely from Jacksonville, Florida, grand- sons of Mr. and Mrs. Nicely and Mrs. Ralph Creamer. Later in the afternoon they all went to the home of Mrs. Rebecca Nicely in Shannondale to have ice cream and cake in honor of their son's (C.arter) birthday. Christopher wife Shanda from Wooster, Ohio also joined them and was a guest in Shannondale. Out of town relatives were staying with Mrs. Rebecca Nicely in Shannondale. The boys father, Charles L. Nicely from Columbus, Ohio, spent the weekend also in Shannondale. He returned to Columbus on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Nicely returned home on Monday noon and Ensign Clinton Nicely returned to Florida. Miss Cindy Cross from Frederick County is spending some time with her grand- mother Mrs. Katherine Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Gary FriLLs celebrated their first an- niversary on September 3. On the eve of their anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Vorons III 'along with David Vorous took Mr. and Mrs. Gary FriLLs out to dine at Goldie's in Martinsburg - then on to the Berkeley Plaza movie theatre for the movie "Jaws 2" in celebration of their anniversary. Gary had his wife delivered a dozen red roses for the occasion. Mter the movie everyone met at the home of Ben and Kay Vorous for homemade ice cream and cake. Everyone had an enjoyable evening and may the couple have many more happy years like this one has been. HOODSTEAD FARMS SALE On the farm located on Paul Rudy Road three miles south of Middletown and three miles from Jefferson, in Frederick Co., Md. Take Old Middletowd Road from either Jefferson or Middletown, turn on Sumantown Road and then turn right on Paul Rudy Road to farm. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1978 1 ! :OO 81 HEAD OF HOLSTEINS 81 60 Cows- 50 Registered- 10 Grades 20 Bred Heifers - I0 Registered- I0 Grades 1 Bull - Son of Mllu Ivanhoe Betty Chief Tested for Interstate Shipment- Pregnancy checked Rolling Herd Average: 15,749M 3.69% 562F Daughters of Elevation, Jim, Rebel and Charmcross sell in- cluding some with records to 734F. Also selling: A daughter of Milk and Honey Ivanhoe Design with two records over 925F. A VG Double Triune with 648F as a 3-yr old due to Elevation at sale time. A VG registered cow with 600F bred to Betty Chief. A 2-yr old Elevation dtr. with 19,000M. Plenty of base milk - many cows fresh since July I. Cows have good udders and size and show much dairyness. Service sires include Jet Stream, Betty Chief and Astronaut. Heifers are pasture bred to a son of Heatherstone Lucky Type blazer and due between sale time and late fall. Terms: CASH-SOle in tent*-Lunch available Sale Managers: HOODST|AD FAIIIMS REMSBURG SALE SERVICE kxm, Terry & I.ouim Ho Jefferson, Maryland  2 301 - 4"/3 - 8214 Middletown, eml Sept. 7- IT 501 - 472 - 5062 m Congratulations, Nancy and Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley T. Zombro entertained at their home at Keyes Ferry Acres with a cook-out on Sunday. Those enjoying an aRernoon of good food and fellowship were Mrs. Helen Z. White from Middleway and Berryville, Mr. Harry W. Hayslett, Mrs. Fleta Gravel, Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Zombro from Berryville, Mrs. Margaret Zombro, Boyce, Mr. Earl Mc- Donald, Summit Point, Mrs. Rose Mae Lanham, Boyce, Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley from Leetown, Mrs. Zola M. Braith- ware from Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Pierce from Inwood, Mr. and Mrs. Bob FriLLs from Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cave from Mar- tinsburg, Michael T. Ellis from Falls Church. Hilda Piper from Keyes Ferry Acres, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson from Middleway and Miss Brenda C. Zombro. Recent vacationeers of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Bartuch were Mr. and Mrs. William Vesely and Nancy Maloney of Manhattan, N.Y.. Weekend visitors of M L and Mrs. Peter J. Bartuch were Peter C. and Kathy Bartuch of Woodbridge, Va. LIVESTOCK SALES Choice butcher steers, $50.00 to $52.00; good butcher steers, $46.00 to $49.75; plain to medium steers, $42.00 to $45.75; good butcher heifers, $45.00 to $48.50 plain to medium heifers, $39.50 to $44.75; good bulls, $44.50 to $47.00; plain to medium bulls, $40.00 to $44.25; commercial cows. $39.00 to $41.00; utility cows, $36.75 to $38.75; canners BASS for MEN and WOMEN and cutters, $30.00 to $36.50; s(vs, $37.00 to $42.00; heavy canners and cutters $30.00 to feeders and light butcher hogs, $36.50; cows by th head, up to $42.00 to $46.00; shoats per $560.00; stacker and feeder hundred, up to $60.00; pigs per steers, $50.00to$62.00; stock and head, up to $45.00; boars, up to feeder heifers, $44.00 to $55.00; $36.00. Wilklns' Choice to prime calves, $70.00 to $80.00; good butcher calves, $60.00 to $69.75; medium butcher calves, $50.00 to $59.75; thin calves, $49.75 to down; heavy calves, $45{00 to $55.00. Good to Choice lambs $57.75 to $60.00. Good butcher hogs, $48.70 to $49.20; medium butcher hogs, $48.00 to $48.60; heavy butcher hogs, $44.00 to $47.75; butcher II Public Hearing On Shepherdstown's HUD Funds Request The Town of Shepherdstown will hold a public hearing Thursday, September 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the town hall to begin preparation of a final up- plication under the Small Cities PHILCO Program of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Shepherdstown submitted a US/Hg_UIqlrlM pre-application in May and Ifll-Vl- IlglVll ranked high enough against other competing West Virginia communities to be placed on the contingency list for funding. The COLOR-RITE SYSTEM 100% solid-state O Color-Rite" Automatic Picture Control System Electronic Light Sensor Super Black Matrix Picture Tube Classic styling of Pecan veneers and hardwood solids J. Russell FriLLs & Son, Inc. DIAL 725-5511 Charles Town, W. Va. l pre-application, aimed proving public facilities available monies for rehabilition and in redeveloping properties have no known owners neglected by absentee requested $355,000. The Town as a member contingency list stands chance of full funding, a community on has difficulty to file a full application. The purpos be to solicit citizens the program and to to the types of in the program and propriateness. In 1925 it was possi buy an automobile little as Get your new wardrobe off the ground, with shoes you con really live in. Bass lO0's are com- fortdble. And put together to last. Bass lO0's. Just what you need to get up in the wodd. ENTER.,.. 7 SOUTH LOUOOUN ST. MALL DOWNTOWN WINCHESTER :PUBLIC SALE -,,j Due to the death of my father Howard E. Shreck, lwill sell the following personal property located at 200 Jefferson Ave., Charles Town, W. Va. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1978 Sale begins at 10:30 A.M. 'Oval oak table; 6 day clock; Dropleaf table; 9 Pc D. R. Suite; 3 pc L. R. Suite; glass top coffee table; wicker Rocker; Desk & Chair; oak towel rack; Double Bed; springs & mat- tress; Modern bed & mattress; 4 oval rugs; 3 pc modern B. R. Suite; floor lamps; 2 platform rockers; wicker rockers; 5 pc breakfast set; Frigidaire, Auto washer; Westinghouse elec. stove; swivel chair (new); rocking chair; 3 ice cream chairs with backs; 3 ice cream stools; picnic table; copper Fire ext.; Antique Fire ext.; dishes; set dishes service for 12; Fii,'ines; singer vacum; set silverware; DeCanters; rug shampo0er i 2 walkie talkies; C. B. Portable Radio; Polaroid camera & Case; Picture & Frames; linens; tape recorder (new); Elec. Edger; Hercules 28 in. Bike; Exercise bike; books; Butchering pet & ring; digging iron; hand tools; lard press; wheel harrow; step ladder; Murray self propelled lawn mower; 5 metal lawn chairs; 2,.8.00 - 14 snow tires; other numerous items. AUTOMOBILE 1977 FORD MAVERICK - 700 miles, A.C., P.S., Disc brakes, Radio, 4 door, 6 cylinder, White with Red Top. TERMS of SALE - CASH Nothing to be removed until settled for. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENT ON PROPER- TY Number system will he used, Identification Required for Persons ' not known by Auctioneers or Clerks. DOROTHY A. MCORMACK Auet. - Edward M. Morrow Clerks- Cookus & Ware NOlt-  EHM! AT SA LOCMIIO MU DiOHIFOIISAILIAT I|:N Nooa SEPT. 7- 2T DOUGHERTY ELECTRIC FREE ESTIMA TES NEW and OLD WORK NO JOB TO SMALL Cell Before 9 A.M. end Aftor 6 P.M. PHONE: 725- 8693 HERE NOW AT Located On State Route 9 at Jefferson Avenue New York Style Fresh Maryland Crabs In addition to our other Fine Italian Di LUNCHEON and DINNER HOURS: TUES,-WED.-THURS. 11:30 AM to 11:30 PM Friday & Saturday 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM SUNDAY 12 to 10 PM CLOSED MONDA Y FOR RESERVATIONS& CARRY OUT CALL 725- 3366 PUBLIC AUCTION FARM MACHINERY & TOOLS On our farm located along Greenfield Rd. and New Design Rd., just S. of Buckeystown, Frederick Md. on SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1978 promptly at 9:30 A. M. 8 TRACTORS 8 Int. 1256 Turbo Diesel 3 pt. tractor with cab & verY rubber, SN 7936; Int. 1026 Turbo Diesel 3 pt. tractor cab, like-new rubber, SN 8125; Int. 350 F/H Farmall tractor; Int. M. D. diesel tractor; Int. H, M, and B tars; Case 530 tricycle diesel tractor; N. H. LOADER WITH PAN & NEW FORK, SN 404704. GROUND EQUIPMENT Int. 3 pt. 5 x 16" and 16" and 6 x 16" reset plows, Int. 4 tripback plow, Int. 13' Model 55 3 pt. cultivator ploW, chisel plow, Int. 3 pt. 340 wheel D. 740 fold-up harrow, Int. roller harrow, 2 33 tractor harrows, Int. 470 fold-up 16' disc harrow, 2 4904 row corn cultivators, Int. cultopacker seeder, N. sower (new), H. M., and 350 mounted cultivators.  field sprayer, Case 3 pt. scraper blade, Scotch harrow, 3 pt. Danuser post hole digger. PLANTING & HARVESTING EQUIPMENT 2 Int. Model 56 4 row corn planter - one with D. FB-B 16 x 7 grain drill, Kilbrns side dump auger, N. H. 1409 SELF-PROPELLED (200 ACRES), N. H. 880 field harvester, N. H. vester, also 2 row corn head, pick-up, and cycle bar above machines, 2 Int. Model 56 silage blowers, beater GROVE self-unloading wagons, J. D. MODEL i unloading wagon, 1976 278 haler with bale thrower hay rake, 6 throw bale wagons, fiat bed wagon, elevator, ear corn elevator, J. D. 40' elevator, 2 elevators.. MANURE & MISC. EQUIPMENT i(2) N. H. Model 518 and (I) N. H. Model 516S spt*eaders, Int. 2000 manure loader, H or M hose walking corn plow, 2 2 wheel rubber tire silage cutter, side dump wagon, Int. 141 S. P. (rough), many items not mentioned, some TOOLS & LUMBER Hundreds of new belts of all sizes by boxes washers, cotter pins, belt cabinets & bins, fence ches, hammers, tool boxes, elec. motors, gas suction water pump, forks, shovels, ropes, wheels, machine parts, oils, grease, hyd. brella, heat housers, power hack saw etc. 1000 lxGx18 OAK FENCE BOARDS, Large selection of other boards, her. 100 CREOSOTE RAILROAD TIF 1968 INT. 1 TON CATTLE TRUCK WITH 12' 37, SALE ORDER: Misc. items, better bolts & first. I2 Noon until sold - all machinery. Then misC. sold in the morning. C. EARL & REGINA TROUT AUCTIONEERS, INC., SALE M Ct 15 N. COURT ST., FREDERICK, MD. , Trout, Remsburg Waehter & Hubble, Clerks Lunch by Forest Grove Church SEPT 7. IT -- PLEASE CLIP THIS AD--