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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1978 Winners Farm Bureau Prizes Shown above are the winners of the numerous prizes which the Jefferson County Farm Bureau offered exhibitors at the 26th annual Jefferson County Fair held at the Fair Grounds, Aug. 28 thru Sept. 2. The above picture shows (left to right) -- Charles "Buddy" Ware, president of the Jefferson County Farm Bureau; Miss Kathy Hanak, 4-H winner in Educational Exhibits at fair, from the Happy H's 4-H Club of Shepherd- stown; and Mrs. Viola Wright, who won both pie awards -- custard and apple. She also won one pie award last year. In the bottom picture Kathy Hannak is shown displaying the top ribbon she won in competition for the best 4-H educational exhibit at the Fair. '.4 AL L AL A ,41L A A  AIk. RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 L Ak= A AlkA AK AK.4  Ak=A --T .,qr g,. -qr .,qV ",qlr T "qr Ir  Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Rinker and Painter family by the death of Doris L. Rinker, 44,whose death occurred on last Sunday evening at her home. Funeral services was held Wednesday morning from Murrill United Methodist Church. Burial in Pleasant View Memory Garden. Mr. Baker Penwell and daughters, Ginger and Mrs Barbara Williams were confined to their home this past week with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jenkins and family of Stephens City, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Jenkins and family of Middletown, Va., Mrs. .Ethel Come and daughter, Peggy, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Jenkins. Mrs. Donald Ceravalo and sons, Andy and Joe were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Poston visited on Saturday at the home of Mrs. Poston's father, Mr. Paul Hardy of Charles Town. Mrs. Sarah Penwell is a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital having been taken there on Thursday for observation. Janie and Jimmy Jenkins and daughters, Melessa and Patricia of Winchester, Va., Barbara Lance and sons of Summit Point Mr. and Mrs. James Riehards Sr., son, Joe, were Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee Richards and family and on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. James Richards Jr., and daughter of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Whittington and children, Shannon, Brian and- Jason were guests at the R)chard's home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo and children, Karl, Tommy and Steve were Sunday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Melvin Rankins and children, Mark, Chris and Sharon. Mr. Tommy Barren of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Gardner and children, Jackie and Chuckie of Middleway were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Thursday night visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whittington and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Whittington and family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Come and daughter, Peggy were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dodson and family in KearneysviUe. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Tuesday night guests of Mrs. Katherin Welsh and daughter, Hope Elizabeth of Charles Town. "The busy have no time for tears." Byron PUBLIC SALE From Route 11 at Inwood, W.Va., Turn East on Route 51 -- Travel 3 miles to Ellinger's Market (formerly Haines) Turn right .2 of a mile to sale -- OR From Charles Town, W.Va. Take Route 51 West to Ellinger's - Turn left- .2 of a mile to sale. SATURDAY, $|PT|MBER 30, 1978 AT T 0:00 A. M. APPROXIMATELY 20 - 25 TRACTORS - lacluding Cubs, Fords, John Doere, Internationals, Fergusons, and other makes -- ALSO - We wilI be offering a good selection of plows, cultivators, wagons, new and used rotary cutters, post hole digger, discs, wood saw, rakes, baler, grain elevators, corn pickers, and other farm related articles. TOOLS, HOUSEHOLD ETC. We will be offering CB radios and antennas, electric adding machine, stereo equipment, Am-Fm radios, colored and black and white TVS, copying machine, men's and ladies watches and rings, costume jewelry, electric sewing machine, chrome mags, nails, motor scooter, motor boat motor, Elvis Presley records, typewriter, assortment of cameras, fishing equipment, electric grinder, electric drill, sanders, air tools, sockets and adjustable wrenches, 8 track tape players, come-a-long, log chains, batterycharger, 2 new 6 volt batteries, cassette recorder, am-FM radio with cassette player, tape recorders, bits, Homelite chain saw, chain hoist, assortment of car- penter, mechanic and plumbing tools, jumper cables, electric clock, trailer hitch, new tools, and other small tools. GUNS: Remington Model 1100 Automatic - 870 Remington pu/np. OTHER GUNS ALSO: 1973 International pick up with camper top. TERMS: Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Lunch rights reserved. EDGAR A. BOHRER, SALES MANAGER 304-229-8.154 AUCTIONEER8: MILLER & BOHRER CLERKS: WARE AND BOHRER WE WILL be accepting Farm Equipment Consignments for this auction. Due to our already having sufflelent small items and tools, no household, tools or other small items wm be accepted for this sale. IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT HAVING AN AUCTION PLEASE consult us. We feel that being of service to would be beneficial to everyone involved. Sept. 21-2'r Hints On Protecting You00elf Against Burglary, Other Crimes Mr. William H. Hough, Jr., President of Security Systems of West Virginia, says that the threat of burglary and other crime is an increasing concern for the millions of businesses and homeowners. Because every day 8,219 break-ins occur one each 10 seconds. This is true beth in big cities add suburbs where professional burglars with considerable skills as well as increasing numbers of amateurs are on the prowl looking for quick and easy pickings. A nice neighborhood, "says Rough, is no protection," in fact, he points out the nice neigh- borhood with affluent tenants is catnip to the professional burglar and amateurs. Years ago burglars con- centrated much of their at- tention on business establish- ments. But now many of these are protected by elaborate electronic sensors hooked up to a central station system that is monitored 24-hours a day, 7 days a week and can dispatch police or fire department on the double. Hough points out that businesses and homeowners would be well advised to survey the state of their security. He also suggests some other things you should take a look at. Locks. Change all the locks on the doors the moment you move in. Invest in the best lock you can buy from a reliable security dealer. Of the hundreds of locks on the market, most are capable of being picked or manipulated by a skilled thief. Some however, take hours to defeat and are the despair of the most practiced professional. That's what you want, the kind that the windows? From the ground? The roof? A fire escape? If window open on a fire escape, bars or gates are a must. The best are Fire Department ap- proved ferry gates, which won't lock you inside your home or business but will keep intruders out. Inventory. Make an inventory of the contents of your home or business. Keep a duplicate list in your vault. If you have valuable possessions, photograph them and keep the photos in a vault. Wherever possible, mark your possessions with a number. Your social security number is an excellent choice. Most police departments provide free use of an etching tool. Invite s.ecurity specialists in. Contact your Security Systems Specialists or representatives (SSI) they will make a survey of the p!:emises and give /ou free expert advice on how to safeguard your home or business. Mr. Hough, President of Security Systems and his partner, D. Richard Shonk, are very much interested in making your home, business, and community a better place to work &nd live. Install a burglar and fire alarm. There are any number of battery-powered alarms that can be hooked up to your door and windows. If activated by an intruder, such an alarm will emit piercing sounds loud enough to deter the burglar off. Unfortunately, thes, alarmstend to go off accidentally. The best system to install is one hooked into a Central Station System that's monitored day and night and can summon the police of burglars take one look at and fire department in an leave. If you are having your car emergency. So, how much is repaired, be sure to separate your peace of mind worth? Call your house keys from your car 725-6537, your Security System keys. Never leave your keys in a Specialists today. Located in the mailbox or under a doormat and Mason Building 116 East never entrust them to a strange Washington Street, Charles serviceman. Be sure yours is a Town, W.Va. Dead-Bolt or Drop-Bolt lock that  f. operates with a key inserted into , a cylinder.  ' i Doors. The doors to your home ///// or business should be solid enough so they can't be kicked [':' in. A wide-angle peep hole in beth your front and service door provides additional security. One inch of rain contains the Windows. Is access possible same amount of water as 10 into your home or business from inches of mow! PUBLIC SALE Due to relocating we will sell the following personal Property at our residence located 41/= mi. southeast of Charles Town, W.Va. Turn off State Rt. 9 onto Kabletown Road, Travel 1 mi. to sale. FRIDA Y, SEPTEMBER 29, 1978 SALE BEGINNING AT-70:30 A. M. L.R. FURNITURE-2 Kenmar Loveseats (velvet); velvet Kenmar Swivel Rocker w ottoman; Velvet Berkline recliner; green nylon Smith swivel rocker; nylon Broyhill swivel Rocker; Kroehler sleep sofa, Herculon cover; Kay Lyn Sofa, linen cover; set of cherry tables, 2 end 1 cocktail; Hexagon Pedestal table; Mah. gollery table, ready to refinish; cherry Library Table; set of Cushman Colonial Birch end tables; maple desk; walnut mag. Rack table; sliding glass door bookcase with light in top; T.V. B.R. FURNITURE-Cherry Chest on chest; Cherry 8 drawer double dresser; cherry nite stand; King size mat- tress and box springs; King size frame; Queen-size mattress and box springs (new) ; Queen size frame; cherry spool type twin bed; 5 pc. Pine B.R. suite; Kingsize Patchwork velvet spread; Drapes-curtains-sheets-blankets - some yard goods- 3 vacuum cleaners - G.E.; Sunbeam; Electrolux; Kirby vacuum cleaner with rug shampooer; De-mother. OUT-DOOR FURNITURE-Meadowcraft wrought Iron Table w 4 chairs; 2 Hi-back spring Base chairs; one with ottoman; nest tables; 2 loveseats, 2 chairs (Redwood)' 3 umbrellas. RUG S - 11 x 18 acrilan - Peacock Blue Mohawk 12 x 22 nylon- Conestoga green blend large remnant rugs and scatter rugs (washable). OFFICE FURNITURE - 41, x 5 l& ft. Double desk (Mohogany) posture chair; Executive chair; legal size file cabinet (new) letter size file cabinet (old); typing stand (wood) ; Burroughs non-electric adding machine;Underwood Typewriter; wood bookcases 4-6; Desk lamp; Mosler safe- fire safe combination-large; 2 metal straight chairs. G.E. 18 lb. 2 speed deluxe washer; G.E. Dryer with sensor wash and wear cycle; Yeatts Appliance cart; Singer Ziz-zag sewing machine w case and attach. (Portable); 5 pc. Chromcraft Dinette set; Kitchenaid Mixer - heavy duty; Pressure canner; Elec. Appliances - Dishes - Pots - Pans; Bolt-herculon upholstery fabric; White Mt. 6 qt. I.C. freezer; Plant stand with gro-lux lights 3 shelf; large L-Shaped post- formed counter top; new American std. water closet; large wood oven cabinet; Bow window; several double-hung windows; new alum. comb. storm screen door in pkg.; Misc. builder supplies; Misc. Plumbing parts and Pipes; western saddle (like new); warm morning gas grill on cart; Exer- cycle; H.O. Railroad Track set in cork on 4 x 8 Plywood, Transformer, H.O. cars, Engines; old books; World Book Encyclopedia; .Nat. Geographies from 1949-1978. POWER TOOLS ETC. - Dewalt radial arm saw and ac- cessories; Ariens Tiller; Sunbeam Elec. Snow Blower (new); Bernz-o-matic Fogger; Tore self-propelled lawn mower w/grass Catcher; Chain saw; Elec. Hedge Trim- reefs; Air Compressor; Furnace Vacuum - wet or dry pickup; Two flooring nailers with hammers; Railroad Jack; metal scaffolding; 40 ft. magnesium Ext. Ladder; 2-275 gal oil Tanks; Wooden Ten ft. - 18 drawer Tool Cabinet; lawn Roller; wheelbarrow; Plumbers vise with stand; other numerous items. 1975 Mercury Monarch 4-door-lew mileage A.C., P.S., P.B. 1974 Dodge 4 wheel drive pickup (Just overhauled) Terms of Sale.cash nothing removed until settled for. Lunch rights reserved. Not responsible for any accidents on Property. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Relter Auctlonet--Edward "Ned" Morrow Clerk-Charles E. Ware Note-Furniture is clean, well kept and worthy of your at- tention. | Each of these advertised items is re- \\; quired to be readily available for sale at or below the advei'tised price in I each AEtP Store. except as specifi- / cally noted in this ad. J We've given you first quality A&P and national brands for a century. A&P pioneered private label brands in the 1870's. And for generations, Ann Page and all our brand names have assured . ' /; quality.  j Our meat has.to pass three extra 00nspect00ons2 We inspect Our meat three z--- \\;\ X,'.' times after the governmenf'--, "- .,,,,\\;", \\;\ \\;\\\ stamps it. So you'll always ",.-- , "% \\;\ \\;\ ' k'l, get meat that cooks as  V/J/SII\\;\\ :\\; ," ,,,,\\;\ good as it looks \\;\ \\;\ i We shop in 22 countries for our fresh fru its and veg etab Ies When the world is our market, we can be truly choosy about the fresh fruits and vegetables we buy. Because we know you're choosy, too. .,k"-, We buy when the price is right to give you better value when we sell Our careful shopping pays off in savings for you. [