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PEOPL BANK OF CHARLES TOWN SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 17 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1978 A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNIT v To Review ASCS Programs of the ASC County and Community met recently to review farm for 1978 and lay plans for future be administered by ASCS. They are, to Edward Boyd, Sam Donley, John Mike Sienkiewicz, Cam Tabb, Jim Burwell Ware, Keen Dunt Jim Blue. Jefferson County Stabilization and (ASC) County and unity Committees met night, September 5, at ASCS Office in to review 1978 farm and also to take a look programs to be ad- by ASCS. ald G. Wood, ASCS Director for eastern Virginia, opened the by presenting an ex- series portraying evolution by ASCS. the slide presentation questions from the and reviewed present and legislation regarding I'ograms. Sienkiewicz, Executive :tor for the Jefferson ASCS Office, sum- 1978 activity informed the Corn- that due to changes brought about Agriculture Act of 1977, and Community will he taking a active role in developing Policing future farm Sienkiewicz also that the Facility Loan which loans farmers interest up to 85 per f net cost of grain struc- .dryers, silos, and basic and unloading equip- and over an has been the farm program in review, the committees that the programs as ! by the Agriculture Act of for the most part The group agreed that ASCS maintain a strong Itural Conservation else enough State Soil Conservation Program 4-H Dog Obedience Demonstration and the live farm animal exhibit will delight the To Be Discussed In Charleston children. Special entertainment planned for both days include a square The leaders of state where a national program will dance presentation, local bands, :" Jk organizations and agencies and be prepared, andSCSwill work a puppet show, and a seven year ;f!k , the public are invited to a with theState Soil Conservation old Irish dancer. The Annual . meeting Sept. 28 in Charleston to Committee and the soil con- Kinderfest planned by the discuss the preparation of a servation district to prepare a Children's Museum Committee West Virginia soil and water state program. The results of the will present lawn games and onservation program, county meetings will also be food especially enticing to And written comments are presented for discussion at the children. being received for this program Sept. 28 statewide session in There is no admission charge at the SCS office located at 209 E. Charleston. to the grounds and exhibits. Third Avenue in Ranson. Phone Plenty of free parking will be 725-3471. Dave TuckwiUer, president of available. ActiVities will begin State Cqmmissioner of the West Virginia Soil Con- at 10:00a.m. on Saturday and at Agriculture Gus R. Douglass, servation District Supervisors' noon on Sunday. Events will who also is chairman of the State Association, will preside at the close at S:00 p.m. bothdays. The Soft Conservation Committee, Sept. 28 Charleston meeting. Festival will he held rain or will speak on "Resources Edward Bumgarner, executive shine and draws a larger at- Conservation in West Virginia." secretary of the State Soil tendance each year. It is Thomas E. Holder, state Conservation Committee, will oriented to participation by all planning coordinator in the present the results of the local the family. Office of Economic and Com- public meetings. The Rose Hill Manor Park can munity Development, will talk fa-m Museum Festi 'a[ easily reached by taking Exit at a luncheon on land use as a  8 off Route 15 North around )art of the state plan. Frederick. Follow the direc- The statewide meeting, Set For October 7-8 tional signs to the Manor on beginning at 10:30 a.m. at North Market Street Extended Charleston's Holiday Inn-Elk Rose Hill Manor Park adjacent to the high school River, will be the final public complex. meeting this year in West Virginia to meet the The third Annual Frederick G0P Names requirements of the federal Soil County Farm Museum Festival and Water Resources "Con- willbeheld in nearby Frederick, servation Act of1977, according Maryland onSaturday, Octoher to Craig M. Right, state con- 7 and Sunday, October 8, at servationist of the U.S. Soil historic Rose Hill Manor Park. Conservation Service (SCS) The two day event, planned by TWO ll---- In May, June and July, the the Frederick County Farm SCS of the U.S. Department of Museum Association, will in- Agriculture and the state's 14 dude a wide variety of exhibits There will be contests in all local soil conservation districts and activities of interest to all but three political races in the held a series of 64 public ages. Saturday morning's events November 7 general election in meetings in 54 West Virginia will begin with a country but- Jefferson County. counties. The public was invited chering followed by a cake This was assured when the to identify conservation contest and auction. There will Jefferson County Republican problems in every area of the be demonstrations of apple Executive Committee picked state and to assiogn a degree of butter boiling, butter churning, two candidates to run for county importance to each problem, spinning, quilting and other commissi()nei" and state The results of those sessions farm and home crafts from the delegate from the 36th district. are now being consolidated. A Charles Clendening was report will be made from West nominated as the Republican Virginia to SCS in Washington, CALLING ALL candidate for county com-: missioner from Harpers Ferry HOMEMAKERS District, He'll oppose Democratic incumbent J,T. If You Have Brought To You By "Tom" Mentzer, president of the' commission. Electrical RAMEY'S Mentzer is a prominent banker Problems and farmer, and a former; businessman; Clendening is GOOD BUYS FOR owner of Clendening Motors of 'r CALL US BRIDES&OTHER Charles Town. MAGAHA Inc .HO.-...s The GOP. also nominated I Among Susan Knott to oppose Democrat; the best l James Meier in the race for the' SPECIALIZING IN buys new House of Delegates from the 36th. home makers should consider are such things as a sofa that Granite Craftsmanship Design Service Guarantee ' tsted me Works W.John Street 267 - 6141 * W.Va. FREE --- PARKING Program (A CP) a program that shares approximately 50 per o,ev.t of the cost of enduring conser',ition practice with the farmer. The committeemen also strongly recommended that ASCS maintain in its ACP a conservation practice to combat the countrywide rapidly spreading infestation of John- songrass; this was deemed a vital conservation practice for Jefferson County farmers. ASCS administers the following programs in Jef- ferson County: ACP, Feed Grain and Wheat, Grain Reserve, Facility Loan, Com- modity Loan, Forestry In- centive, Wool Payment, and Beekeeper Indemnity Payment. For additional information stop by the Jefferson County ASCS Office at 209 E. Third Avenue Ranson, or call 725-3471. Commercial & Industrial District, which includes all of I Jefferson county except the, Wiring & Service Shepherdstown area, which is in  STOCKING: the 35th district. mission race, Democrat Charles [ .Many Brand Names of: In the other county com- H. (Chris) Strider will do battle' Electrical Devices & Equipment can also be IIAM[lr with Republican Gary Phalen.' Flourescent & ]ncadesceflt Lamps used as an extra bed; a Both were nominated last May.' nest of tables that can be The three uncontested races: Water Heater Elements & used together or provide are Robert Steptoe, Democrat,. Electric Heaters . separate tables when State Senate from the 16th" necessary ; an ottoman that Senatorial District; Mary R. . And Many Populor Types g Sizes can double as a seating (Ginger) Bordier, Democrat, for I of Wire piece (or perhaps an exotic Jefferson County assessor; andl ottoman that opens into a Peter Dougherty, also a. DIAL 725 5516 bed or has a built-in Democrat, for magistrate, i storage area), really In the 35th Delegate District, t comfortable chairs that three Democratic incumbents,; MAGAHA I you buy (or the long haul C.E. Martin, Third, Joseph' nc. and will really last a long CaudleandTerryHardenwillhe: North George St. -Ranson, W.Va. time; and tables that can challenged by Allen Goldstrom, be used for different Larry Faircloth and Douglas' purposes. Minnick. Minnick was chosen by; One of the main the GOP executive committees PUBLIC AUCTION OF FURNITURE questions asked by new of Berkeley, Morgan and Jef -t home makers is how much ferson counties and placed on: BUTCHERING EQUIPMENT of their budget they should the ticket last week. allocate for the different deed dated August 9, 1976, and rooms. Most experts say recorded in said Clerk's Office. JEEPI ETC. that rpughly 40 per cent And also being the same Due to moving into a trailer we will sell the following should he spent in the living property conveyed to Otis E. located 6 miles East of Clearbrook, Va. in Jefferson room, 30 per cent for the Murray and Mary F. Murray County, W.Va. Turn East off Route II onto to 672 or 3 miles bedroom, 20 per cent for from Sales Development Cor- South of Middleway, W.Va. next to Burch's Box Factory. the dining and other areas, periL[on, a West Virginia cor- and I0 per cent for the periL[on, by deed dated August Watch for sale signs, kitchen. 11, 1976, and recorded in said SAT., SEPTEMBER 23, 1978 And most experts agree Clerk's Office. that you should con- This real estate, being the Beginning At 1 !:00 A.M. eentrate first on the basic same property described in said 2-bedroom suites; 3-dressers; old wash stand; 4-old chairs; furniture essentials and Deed of Trust, will be sold to the 2-desk; rocker; Siegler oil heater; Sears chest deep freeze; then gradually make ad- highest bidder at public auction refrigerators; air conditioner; Kenmore gas range; wood ditions. They also say you on the 3rd day of October, 1978, stove; kitchen cabinet; metal cabinets; 7 pc. dinette set; should spend more on your at 10:30 A. M. at the door of the metal bed; baby bed; metal wardrobe; elec. fans; dishes; upholstered furniture and Courthouse in and for said rugs; 2-fish tanks; bar stool; lawn chairs; new fire place grill beds. County. &blower;stormdoor;largesetoflouieveredoors;5galgas But most important is the The real estate to fie sold can; plastic & metal buskets; 50 gal. drums; 10 gal. milk help you get, and we offer contains approximately .22 cans; 2-wash tubs; metal stands; log chains; corn shellar; our assistance to enable acres. hoe; shovels; picks; chain saw Sears; dbl. shovel plow; you to get the most for your Subject to reservations, ex- Barbwire; American wire; iron post; metal hog troughs; money, and a good start on ceptions, rights of way, and metal watering troughs; 2-rotary mowers; 240 Ford engine; theexciting road of making easements that appear of 2-wheel rubber tire trailer; Bradley garden tractor with all a beautiful and corn- record. fortable home. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. attachments; 2-lard pots; 2.lard presses; sausage griner w (Minimum of 10 per cent of sale eIec. motor; stirs; nose hooks; scrapers; meat hooks;W'D'tank; 2-good but- IA| it" rV10 price on date of sale, balance trussels; cup up table; metal scalding [I,[Vl chering hogs; 1948 WiUy's JeeP w 4 wheel drive & new top. A   =.. r' | t, within ten (10) days pr upon delivery of the Deed . Title will lot of articles to numerous to mention. FURNITURE be conveyed by Trustee's Deed TERMS CASH: Nothing to be moved until settled for. upon payment of balance. W.D. Orndorff, Altar. 95S-283Z APPUANCES Dated this 28th day of August, Not responsible for accidents on premises. * 1978. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson Charles Town, W. Va. JAMESW.FACEMIRE, Lunch rights. " p l ' Sept. Co ri t TRUSTEE ..... Sept. 7-3t- Mark Reed, Michael Hough Enlists In 0. S. Air Force ' Michael W. Hough, son of Mrs. Dorothy Hough, of Charles Town, and Mark S. Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Drop- plemen of Falling Waters, W.Va., have enlisted in the U.S. Air Force's Delayed Enlistment program,, according to Sgt. Terry Lyons, local Air Force Recruiter. Michael is a 1978 graduate of Jefferson High School and Mark is a 1978 graduate of Hedgesville High School. Michael was scheduled for .enlistment in the regular Air Force Sept. 13 and Mark is scheduled for enlistment Nov. 16. Upon completion of the Air Force's six-week basic training course, Michael is scheduled to receive technical training in the Security Specialist area. He will be earning credits toward an associate degree in applied sciences through the Community College of the Air Force, while attending basic and other Air Force Technical Training Schools. Mark, upon completion of the six-weeks basic training course, is scheduled to receive technical training in the Aircraft Main- tenance Career area. He also will be earning credits toward an associate degree in applied sciences. 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 in Marion County, West Virginia, as Trustee under a Deed of Trust dated July 1, 1975, recorded with the Clerk of the County Court for Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Book 391, Page 694, executed by Charles R. O'Dell and Rose M. O'Dell, to J. Kenton Lambert State Director of the Farmers Home Administration for the State of West Virginia and his successors in office as State Airman Largent Is Sent To EIIsworth SAN ANTONIO -- Airman Ricky W. Largent, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Largent of 904 Cherry Hill, Martinsburg, W.Va., has been assigned to Ellsworth AFB, S.D. for duty in the U.S. Air Force transportation field. The airman, who recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., Studied the Air Force Mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human .relations. Completion of this 'training earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Largent is a 1977 graduate of Martinsburg Senior High School. Winter Swimming Sign.up Is Set The Hagerstown YMCA winter swim team will hold its registration day on Saturday, September 23, from 12:30-3:30 p.m. A short practice session will also be held. All swimmers from the tri.state area who plan to swim for Hagerstown this winter are asked to sign up on Saturday at the YMCA. The team is open to girls and boys ages 5 through 18. ii ii?!!ii:i Always Glad To Help You! Your good health is always our main con- cern, We have a registered pharmacist on hand at all times, ready to answer any questions about your medication. Call. STUCK & ALGER Pharmacy, Inc. DIALo725-2fi21 -- Charles Town HOURS: Daily 8:30 o.m. to 10 p.m. Director or Acting State Director, Trustee, for the benefit Sunday 12 to 1:00 p.m. of the United States of America fl} acting through the Farmers Home Administration, will sell the following described real estate: All the following described real estate, located just off - "0--I ' Route NO. 9, near the village of COtO,1[  Kearneysville, in the Middleway District, Jefferson County, West tS Virginia, and being all of Lot No. . . 8, Section F, with improvements thereon and appurtenances 'I thereunto belonging, situate in the Fox Glen Subdivision, as '' i said lot is more particularly q Ig;  bounded and described in a plat of said subdivision, made by C. R. Atherton, Surveyor, dated March 6, 1973, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the  illlll County Court of said County in |WP" Plat Book 2 at page 383. And being a part of the same property conveyed to Charles R. -" O'Dell and Rose M. O'DeU by Harry Reed Jenkins, Jr., and ORIGINAL EASY PAINT others by deed dated May 15, 1970, and recorded in the said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 316 at page 400. And also being the same Prperty cnveyed to Charles R' l brisTOL [] O'Dell and Rose M. O'Dell by deed of Sales Development Corporation dated June 3rd, 1975, and recorded in said 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 on the 3rd day of October, 1978, at I0:00 A. M. at the door of the Courthouse in and for said County. The real estate to he sold contains approximately .22 ?, 00atin00or00 WIPE CLEAN'SATIN B acres. Toug, stain-resistant Subject to reservations, ex-.n. eas, o $12 : ceptions, rights of way, and use as latex wall pa nt. Most easements that appear of ipes off, but it's scrub- GL record. , lust in case, TERMS OF SALE: Cash. (Minimum of 10 percent of sale price on date of sale, balance within ten (10) days or upon delivery of the Deed). Title will he conveyed by Trustee's Deed upon payment of balance. Dated this 28th day of August, 1978. JAMES W. FACEMIRE TRUSTEE Sept. 7-3t- Reg. $13.90 I i IHI . [  - - ECONOMICAL COLOR Full color choice in a fine wash- able wall paint. ESsy to use and t drying. Valley Hardware Co. Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 725005113 i l inll