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10 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1978 JEFFERSON HIGH BAND MEMBERS SPENT FIVE BUSY DAYS IN BAND CAMPING SESSION AT CAMP FRAME The Jefferson High Cougar Marching Band spent five busy and productive days in August at Band Camp, a mixture of marching, concert practice, and fun. This activity, required for all band members, was held at Camp Frame in Hedgesville. Band Camp serves many purposes. By practicing music in the morning and afternoon for the first several days, the band was able to begin practicing football shows on a lined off field. At the end of the'wek, the band had learned both a pre- gamer show and a "Saturday Night Fever" hal/time show. Basic marching skills were also reviewed in military style squad drills and parade for- mation marching. The friendly camp atmosphere helped to orient sophomores and provided students with a time for socializing. In charge of the band were Camp Commander Peter Perks and Adjutant Jill Sowers, aided by seniors holding the posts of company, platoon, and squad leaders. At the end of the week, elections were held for the Band Council, a group consisting of a senior captain, co-captain, drum major, and two representatives from each class. Commander Peter Perks was elected drum major, with Blane Meadows as captain and Robin Staubs as co- captain. Supporting these seniors were Shirley Hunt and the band parents, a group which receives little recognition for their year-round work. Heading the long list of parents who worked at camp during the week were Mrs. Libby Fritts and Mrs. Lucille Browning. Mrs. Fritts' work and organization as head cook are especially admirable since she no longer has any children in the band program. SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Joyee Rudolph Dial 725-7909 (Deferred From Last Week) School began in the county on tuesday officially bringing summer to an end. The children seem happy and eager to begin the new year. The kindergarten group will begin this week making a little Rudolph boy and i others very happy. The wait is over ! Last Sunday Mrs. Genevive Carper accompanied her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Carper and son Rabble and Cindy Shanholtzer and J.D. Davis on a trip to Kings Dominion near Richmond. On Monday Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins traveled with her son Mr. Louis Jenkins and children, Sandra, Carl and Terry of Charles Town to Potomac State College in Keyser where Sandra is currently enrolled for the fall semester, on Friday afternoon Mrs. Howard Shewbridge and son Skip of Charles Town visited with Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins, and visiting with them on Sunday were Mrs. Tony Bydler and daughter Jean of Clarke County, Mr. Woodrow Jenkins of Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and Pam of Charles Town. On Tuesday Mr. Donald Nobregga visited with his daughter, Nicole, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford. Later that day Mr. Nobregga and Nicole visited with the latter's paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Nobregga in Berryville. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whittington and children Kim, Shanon and Tracey were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and family on Tuesday. Mr. Edward Cheshire was unexpectantly hospitalized on Tuesday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital with phlebitis. She is reportedly doing well and would appreciate hearing from her friends in care of room No. 1307. Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and John attended the weekly Sharing Group meeting held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howard in Hidden River. The next week's meeting will be held at the home of Ms. Lucille Bush in Charles Town beginning at 10 and is open to anyone that is interested in sharing the good news. On Wednesday afternoon the ECW group of the Church of the Holy Spirit met in the home of Mrs. Clayton Stagner of Monte View. An enjoyable social hour with refreshments served by the hostess followed the usual business meeting. This reporter received a postcard recently from Mrs. SaJaOl.IN FALL PAINT 00ale SAPOLIN LATEX "FASHION COLOR" FLAT WHITE AND COLORS S799 I GAL [SAVE 3.80] SAPOLIN LATEX "FASHION COLOR" FLAT 'N SATIN WHITE AN 8 PASTELS $ 99 GAL. 4.3o I SUGGESTED RETAIL $11.79 SUGGESTED RETAIL $13.29 SAPOLIN LATEX SAPOLIN LATEX "FASHION COLOR" CEILING SEMI-GLOSS WHITE __ ENAMEL WHITE AND COLORS 0 A a [s^vF 4.5o 1 3.oo 1 SUGGESTED RETAIL S 14.49 SUGGESTED RETAIL $7,99 SMOOTH o SAND STUCCO $0099 ' ,/ PER/GAL. SUGGESTED .ET^lL ..99 SAPOLIN LATEX WALL PAINT OUR  WHITE AND COLORS DEPENDABLE  S4gL SUGGESTED RETAi L $ 7.99 i i THE WHITMoRE LuMBER , 400 North Mildred Street DIAL 725- 2004- Charles Town,W.Va. 25414 .,,.L_ tL.^ Stuart Crim and am happy to report she is having a fantastic time out west. Scenic Arizona is impressive and her visit to Las Vegas proved to be a real ad- venture. She is presently located 'in Utah and is waiting the arrival of her grandchild. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph were Nests at a party given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Carrel McBride of Inwood at their home. The McBrides are leaving Tuesday on a ten day trip to Switzerland. Mr. Guy Miller of Charles Town visited on Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford. And on Sunday Ms. Molly Nobregga visited a while in the Glass/oral home, and later she and her daughter Nicole had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. William Gaff in their home on Keys Ferry Road. ' On Friday Mr. and Mrs. John Bradburg from Lansdale, Penn. and the farmer's mother Mrs. Elsie Bradburg of Florida arrived at the home of the Reverend and Mrs. David Wood and family to spend the weekend. On Saturday their daughter Gloria, a student at the Shenandoah Conservatory of music in Winchester, joined them. That afternoon both families viewed the Firemen's Parade held in Charles Town. Later in the evening Mr. Jack Pondur of Charles Town joined the Wood family and their house guests for dinner. Mr. Alfred Johnson of Charles Town and Mr. William Ar- motrout of Gainsville, Md. visited Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and Donnie. On Sunday Mrs. Bentley Rudolph of Charles Town visited in the Johnson home. Mrs. Arthur Dodso an4 children of Leetown visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Pearl Jenkins and Raymond. Doug Stamey of Shady Acres spent Sunday afternoon with Paul Rudolph. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Notice is hereby given that James W. Facemire, State Director of the Farmers Home Administration for the State of West Virginia, a resident of the State of West Virginia, residing inMarion County, West Virginia, as Trustee under a Deed of Trust dated November 21, 1974, recorded with the Clerk of the County Court for Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Book 384, Page 168, executed by Raymond J. Hamilton and Evelyn F. Hamilton, to J. Kenton Lambert, State Director of the Farmers Home Ad- ministration for the State of West Virginia and his successors in office as State Director or Acting State Director, Trustee, for the benefit of the United States of America, actin through the Farmers Home Administration, will sell the following described real estate: ,ll that certain tract or parcel of land located in Jefferson County, approximately one mile west of Shepherdstown in Shepherdstown District; And being more particularly described and designated on that certain plat of Mecklenburg Heights, made by John Stroud Kusner, L.LS. dated September 25, 1973, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia Several area fire companies were alerted to a massive fire that consumed a large barn located on Mr. Jerry Bane's property. The building was a total loss with the firemen concentrating on confining the burning inferno to prevent any further loss. 4-H NEWS The Busy Bees 4-H Club will meet in Stephanie Cheshire home on Sept. 20 at 7:00 p.m. Perspective new members are encouraged to attend this meeting. Also officers will be elected during the business session. MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-2750 (Deferred From Last Week) Mrs. Pauline Ott and Mrs. Nellie eden were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Edna Turner and family at Stiles Trailer Park, Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son, Michael of Walnut Grove were Sunday visitors of the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore art and family. Mrs. Carietta (James), Penwell returned to her home on Saturday from Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Virginia where she was a surgical patient. Mrs. Anna (Lester) Nick of Hostlers Road returned to her home from Jefferson Memorial Hospital where she was a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son, Michael of Walnut Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Dermic Dillow and son, Don-Don of Millville were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Jessie Dillow. Verna Ott spent the weekend with her father, Mr. Randy Ott and grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Viands of Chestnut Hill wereSunday visitors of the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Brown and family of Jefferson Village were Sunday visitors of the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Penwell. Mrs. Richard Turner and daughter, Missie and son, Gary and Mr. Gary Hudson of Walnut Grove were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mildred Cline. Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleway was Saturday visitor of his mother, Mrs. Cora Wiley and brother, Paul Wiley. Mr. and Mrs. Merle eden and daughter, Tirla and son, Scott were Saturday evening visitors of the latters mother, Mrs. Nellie eden and family. Mrs. Lanie Magaha and daughter, Shelley of Charles Town, Mrs. Philip eden and daughters, Lisa and Marsha were Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Griffin of Arlington, Va., were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Staubs and family. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Penwell and family were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Brown and family of Jefferson Village, Mr. and Mrs. James Penwell, Mrs. Betty Hardy and daughter, Madeline and son, Eddie. The schedule for the Mannings Assembly of God is as follows. Sunday School 10 a.m. ; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Children's Church 11 a.m.; Fellowship and Praise 7 p.m. WM's meet the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Fellowship Hall. Wednesday night, Prayer time 7 p.m.; Bible Study (adults) 7:30 p.m.; Daisies (4-6 irls) 7:30 p.m. Royal Rongers (6-15 boys)7:30 p.m. Prims (7 to 8 girls) 7:30 p.m. Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday- Missionettes (9-t5 girls) 7:30 p.m. Everyone cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin (Pat) Hostler recently celebrated their 20th "wedding anniversary. Congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Miflia Ott and daughters, Shelly and Amy of Walnut Grove were Friday evening visitors of the laters mother, Mrs. Elda Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keehan and daughters of Martinsburg were Sunday visitors of the formers parents. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott.' ASCS Reviews Farm Programs At Conference State Committees and State Directors of the Agricultural Stabilization and Consert I Service (ASCS) revi federal farm programs an ole of American Agricul the U.S. and the world i conference this September! Washington, D.C. About farmers who serve on thel State Committees plus Directors were expeted tend. "We want our employee the full-time farmers who J on our committees to know about the legislative, ministrative, and policyrnt_ .m processes which affect fW II farm programs and agric'-- in general," ASCS ministrator Ray explains, "Through this ference, our ministrators will be aIJ discuss policies and top officials in the Depar of Agriculture, the Department, the Management and the Office of the Special as well White House. In this wa: will learn background for policies affecting The last National State Commi was held in 1974. State mittees composed of appointed by the Agriculture work with State Directors to federal farm programs states. Locally elected mittees of farmers and staffs run the programs in! 2,700 counties. REBATE PROGRAM: Join with us and Zenith in this excitin double celebration by taking full advantage of the big Zenith 60th Anniversary Customer Rebate Program. You'll save significant dollars on selected Zenith SYSTEM 3 TV models .. up to $60.00 depending on the set purchased. Here's how the program works. Just buy any one of the qualifying models, fill out the money-back coupon from your Zenith dealer and send the coupon back to Zenith with your owner's registration card as your proof of purchase. You'll get a check direct from Zenith. Program starts Sept. 4 and ends Nov. 1, 1978. in Plat Book 3, Page 35, as Lot jl[,_,r Ht " No. 42, Section F of Mecklenburg Featurin Heights, and a non exclusive 1979 right of way or easement over the roads of the said Subdivision. The ROSSINI ,2o..5"* SYSTI f B And being the same lot or K2548E parcel of real estate which was Mediterranean conveyed to Raymond J. Styled Console, THE BEST ZENITH EVER! Hamilton and Evelyn F. Genuine Oak wood TRI-FOCUS I TRIPLE-PLUS I COLOR SENTRY Hamilton by deed from LDA, veneers on top and PICTURE TUBE | CHASSIS | Zenith's most Inc,, a corporation, dated the ends. Front and base of simulated The sharpest Zenrth I Designed to be the most I sophisticated, automatic 21st day of November, 1974, and wood. Antique Oak picture ever! I reliable Zenith ever! I picture control system! recorded in the Office of the color finish. Casters. Clerk of the County Court of  The IVES. K2544M Jefferson County, West Virginia. Early American Styled .......  - I This conveyance is made, Console. Maple wood- /if1, lilIV00 - I,I10011 .however, subject to those grained finish applied to Ir| ' lllI q  li Illtlll restrictions, easements, and genuine Maple wood I00llll ffl , Ii I il!III covenants contained in that veneers on top and I(00li _E I! I I001111 certain deed into Raymond J. ends, Gallery of select .,./'1'.  Iii IIHI Hamilton, et ux., from LDA, hardwood solids. Front " [ li, l-:llll -/=Illllldl Inc., dated the 21st day of and baseofsimlllll November, 1974, and recorded in wood. Ca the aforesaid Clerk's Office. This real estate, being the same property described in said Deed of Trust, will be sold to the highest bidder at public auction / G6t otlr grHt on the 3rd day of October, 1978, Table TV featuring at 11:00 A. M. at the door of the American Walnut Courthouse in and for said wood-grain "I'" price PtUSpu get County. 14Oi I finish applied to p to 60 The real estate to be sold durable wood ) / from Zen,;,h contains approximately .33 products. * * * t * * ,k, * * * -k U 1 acres. ZENITH... Subject to reservations, ex- ceptions, rights of way, and America's No. 1 TV... . record.easementsTERMS oFthatsALE:appearcash.f | year after year/ ] (Minimum of 10 per cent of sale price on date of sale, balance whthin ten (10) days or upon delivery of the Deed). Title will be conveyed by Trustee's Deed upon payment of balance. Dated this 28th day of August, 1978. JAMES W. FACEMIRE, TRUSTEE Sept. 7-3t- 126 E. 3rd Avenue, Ranson, W. VA. ACROSS FROM THE OLD HOSPITAL