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2a SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,197 Scenes From Big Firemen's Parade Staged As Finale State Firemen's Convention Held In Charles Town, Ranson ",J / J P Despite cloudy skies, humid temperatures and the continuous threat of rain, thousands lined the parade route for the biggest Firemen's parade ever staged in Charles Town and Ranson, Saturday Sept. 9 as the finale of the 50th annual convention of the West Virginia Firemen's Association. And shown above are some of the parade scenes as the some 180 participating units moved along the line of march for more than one and a half hours. Shown to the extreme left in the above pictures are the Keystone Kopps Shrine Unit of Frederick, Md., one of the feature attractions in the parade and certainly one of the most popular all along the parade route. Shown in the center is another top crowd pleaser, the costumed members of the Old Guard Fife and Drum Company, of Washington, D.C., making it's first appearance in a parade in Charles Town; and shown to the extreme right is the motorized unit of All Ghan Temple Shrine of Cumberland Md. while none of the three units participated in the parade competition for prizes all three drew considerable applause and attracted much at- tention as they passed in review. It was the first time any of the three units had participated in a parade in Charles Town. (Photos by Tim Sinn) Two Companies From Section Seeking Water Control Permits Among the applications which have been received by the Department of Natural Resources, water resources division are those from : Shenandoah Corporation in Charles Town and the Union Oil of California Company for a Martinsburg operation. The Shenandoah Corporation's application a 13-W which covers sewage treatment facilities, is for the construction and in- stallation of a sewage collection and treatment system for the Charles Town Turf Club on the Flowing Springs Run.a tributary of the Shenandoah River. The Union Gulf's application in Martinsburg is for the con- struction of sewage facilities for a Union 76 Auto Truckstop. It would he located on an un- named tributary of Hoke Run. Written comments must he filed with the Division of Water Resources within 30 days of the public dates. A public hearing may be held if the Division considers the public response significant enough. Then.following a review of the application and any comments received on same, permits will he issued or denied. Applications on file with the Department of Natural Resources may be in- spected by appointment at the offices of the department in Charleston, W.Va. L Ah AL  Ak Ak Ak Ak Ak Ah A -WV- -p,- ,V V ,WV V V qgr "IV -,WV SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 Ik .dk Ak .A Ak dU* U- A Ah lu. A Visitors during thr week and on Sunday with Mrs. Leona I Staub were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Staubs of Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and Kim and Jeff of Leesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal of Mar-. tinsburg, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staub and Patty and Greg. Mrs. Sandra Smith and Waynie of Security Hill were visitors on Thursday with Mrs. Frances Rodgers. Mrs. Frances Rodgers and Mrs. Brenda Jackson and Amy and Dana were visitors on Monday with Mrs. Norma Smoot and Brent of Park View Trailer Court. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and Mrs. Brenda Jackson and Amy and Dana and Dessie were supper guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and daughter of Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Larry I Neidringham and daughter of Frederick Md. were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove and familY: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogie were visitors on Saturday with Mr. Rob Long of Ramon. Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove and Mrs. Mildred Cogle were visitors on Sunday with Mr. Rob Long of Ranson. Mr. Gary Harris of Dergan, Md. was a visitor during the week with Miss Susan Cogie and parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogie. Mr. Walter Cogle was a visitor on Wednesday with his sister Mrs Renatha Waters of Bed- dington. Sorry to hear that Renatha's husband Roy is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal of Martia.sburg was a visitor on Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staub and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove were visitors on Sunday with Mrs. Elsie Cook. I Mr. Raymond Waters and son were visitors on Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons of! Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Ruby Browning of Blue Ridge Acres was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Piper. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and children of Shepherdstown were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehalr and son. l Mrs. Vanessa Everhart and Mrs. Thelma Cogle and Mrs. Lucille Waters and son were visitors recently with Mrs. Doris Stewart of Fox Glen. Mrs. Patsy Everhart and daughters were visitors on Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter. Mr. Jake Jacobs of Keyes Ferry Acres was a visitor on Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son of Park View Trailer Court were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. CaptainRodgers. Mrs. Thelma Cogle and Mrs Lucille Waters were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart of Bakerton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters were visitors on Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Dinner guest on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family were Mr. and Mrs. Ran Smith and children of Mar- tinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter. Activities Listed Baptist Tmites The Zionites "of 'the Zion Baptist Church will be sel!ing fried chicken and chitterling dinners at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Jones, Higgs Ave., Saturday, September 23 beginning at II:00 a.m. The dinners include potato salad green beans, cornbread or rolls. Price, only $2.50 Dinners may be ordered by called 725-5535. Dinners delivered upon request. The Zionites of the Zion Baptist Church will he observing their Annual Day, Sunday, September 24 by presenting Rev. Joseph Kane, pastor of the Wilson Chapel Baptist Church Baltimore, Md. at 4:00 p.m. Choirs of Se community are especially invited tO share in this celebration. SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL ANNOUNCES SERVICES At Shepherd Episcopal Parish, German & Church Streets, Shepherdstewn, Rev. Win. H. Kieldsing, rector, Sunday September 23, 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite One; 10:00 a.m.- Holy Eucharist, Rite One; Church School Rally Day; 11:00 Refreshments and Fellowship; 4:00 p.m. Bishop Atkiuson will officiate at service of the Eastern Convocation-Christ Church-Bunker Hill. 6:00 p.m. Eastern Convocation meeting - United Methodist Church - Bunker Hill. Wednesday-Bazaar Workshop- Small Chapel; 7:30 Bazaar Workshop-Small Chapel. In 1935, Carl Magee patented the first coin.operated park- ing meter. Raspberdes, Twice In Year, Says 6,1 Hough Lance Marks Constitution Week Twice in one year, says William Hough, Sr., of Bakerton, he's harvested a crop of rasp- berries, the first time in his memory there's been such an occurrence. The double harvest was first reported by Deneen (Skeeter) Welsh, Bakerton postmaster; then double checked by Ranson's own Bill Brill, who went to the source and verified that truly, raspberries do ripen twice on the Bill Hough property at Bakerton. TRINITY GOSPEL ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. Vincent Fink, pastor of Trinity Gospel Assembly of God, announces the following ser- vices: Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study on the Book of "Revelations." Mult Sewing Class Starts September 26 Mrs. Dixie Dunn Ruby an- nonnces that a fall semester adult sewing class is being held at Jefferson High School in the Home Economics depa/'tment beginning September 26, 1978 with registration at 6:30 p.m. The class runs for 6/ weeks and $15.00 is the fee. Please call 725- 7751 for tentative registration prior to the first meeting. Butter canfrozen up to a month. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, 'WEST VIRGINIA WANDA WELLS MITCHELL Plaintiff V. JERRY WALLEN MITCHELL Defendant Civil Action No. 71-239 I. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To The Above Named Defen- dant: It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that JERRY WALLEN MITCHELL is a non- resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that the said Defendant, Jerry Wallen Mitchell, serve upon F. DEAN  NICHOLS Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 487, Charles Town, West Virginia, 25414 an answer, in- cluding any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before October 21, 1978. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may he taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the un- dersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court September 12, 1978. Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of Court Sept. 21-2t Ranson Mayor J. Kelly Lance (center above) is shown holding a signed proclamation declaring Constitution Week September 17 through 23. With him are Mrs. Joseph Groves (right), regent of the sponsoring Bee Line Chapter, NSDAR, together with Mrs. Lyle Tabb (right) Constitution Week chairman. The NSDAR expresses itself as proud of Mayor Lance's efforts in joining with Mayor Paul Courtney of Bolivar and Mayor W.H. Brawley of Harpers Ferry in reminding Jefferson County residents what a great country we live in and what we must do to defend it against all odds. Help preserve the American Way of Life. Fly your flag. Be proud you are an American. DERN MASONRY 3 0 Years Of QUALITY WORK BRICK- BLOCK-STONE Also Modular Home Foundations BUILT TO FIT PHONE: 1-267-4755 FREE ESTIMATES I Sept. 21-4t- I I I 1 0 % DISCOUNT ON SWIMMING POOL CHEMICALS Kisner Plumbing and Heating at 301 North George St. have placed on Sale all Swimming Pool Chemicals except winterizing kits at a 10% discount thru the month as September. All chemica/s if tightly sea/ed can be stored away in n dry area for next eason. II II I I II II TRI-STATE WELDING AND MACHINE CO., INCi A branch of the Tri-State Welding & Machine Company, Inc. of Frederick, Md. Has just been opened on State Route 9 near Kearneysville, W. Va., just to the rear of the Burgerhaus Restaurant.. AND WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING FIRST CLASS SRVICES: Welding. Slmp Repair- Service of Steel. Aluminum & Stainless Steel- Portable Welding Equipment. Ornamental Ironwork end Steel Sobs. "SHOP HOURS are 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday thru Saturday SHOP LOCATION IS: Rt. 9 - Kearneysviile, W. Va. 25430 Mailing Address - P. O. Box 565" Charles Town, W. Va. -,.AAA calves, 55.00 to 61.75; thin vv-vvv-rvv"v calves, 54.75 to down; heavy LIVESTOCK SALES calves, 45.00 to 60.00; Good to . .,. .,..A--..,. choice lambs, 57.00 to 62.00. -w,-'v-'vvv-,, Good butcher hogs, 49.70 to The quotations of The Blue 50.10; medium butcher hogs, Ridge Livestock Sales, at 49.00 to 49.60; heavy butcher Charles Town, W.Va. Monday hogs, 44.00 to 48.50; butcher Sept. 18, 1978. sows, 40.00 to 44.00; heavy Receipts of all classes light feeders and light butcher hogs, with a good demand for all 43.00 to 48.75; shoats per hun- classes, dred, up to 60.00; pigs per head, Feature of sale was choice up t o 48.00; boars, up to 37.00. butcher steers top $55.25. Miscellaneous Sales Start Choice butcher steers, $52.50 11:00 a.m. -- Livestock Sales to $55.25; good butcher steers, 2:00 p.m. Each Monday. 49.00 to 52.00; plain to medium steers, 44.00 to 48.75; choice butcher heifers, 48.00 to 50.00; good butcher heifers, 45.00 to 47.75; plain to medium heifers, 39.00 to 44.75; good bulls 47.50 to 50.00; plain to medium bulls, North Jefferson PTA Hdds Meeting Of Year Tle Rev. John Emert, of Loetown Baptist Church, a brief message of devotions. A 20-minute musical progrs I was given by the Jazz Band Jefferson High School, under direction of Dave Wilson. kids were great, and each probably sat there with of his or her own child forming in more years. After a 45-minute meeting, parents met tl teachers in their res classrooms, then were enjoyed by all. The Banner Award want Mr. Michael classroom - he will 44,00 to 47.25; commercial cows,, The first meeting of the North from thePTA to, 40.00 to 43.00; utility cows, 37.25 Jefferson PTA was held in the or activity project for classroom to 39.75; canners and cutters, school auditorium Monday, I 34.00 to 37.00;,stocker and feeder September 18. The opening flag [ -h r ....  e e were aout 150 p steers, 55.oo to 72.oo; stock and ceremony was very well done by ] present for the meeting feeder heifers, 44.00 to 58.00. the Kearneysville Cub Scout[ . ' I tremenoous response - Choice to prime calves, 72.50 Pack 67, under the drectmn of a lot of interest to 82.50; good butcher calves, Bob Hefner, Scoutmaster. 62.00 to 72.{){); medium butcher Missing Phone Calls ? Let Us Answer For You Professional ... Courteous 24 - Hour Service Business and Residents Call TEL.A.SEC Telephone and Secretarial Service PHONE: 725- 7275 Sept. 21 - 4T A SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY FROZEN FOOD VALUES SPECIALS: SEPTEMBER 19 THRU 25 II II 12- I lb. Fartn SRmge Links s14.70 4Vz lb. pkg. Surf Gem Putties 3.25 12.9 oz. French Cvt Benin 3.00 Tray of 2S Fudge Nut Brownies 3.25 SPECIALS: September 26 thr u September 30 6 -- i lb. Over Steaks Pollach Fish Sticks ....... $5.00 5- lb. Tray Salisbury Steak with Country Gravy ........... I READY SIRVE ENTREES: ...... l [ 6 lb. Troy Beef Stew 5 &. Itehn Menthdls 3 lb.. 4 oz. Pork Loin $ lb. Pepper Bed Putlies $ lb. Veal Stew S lb. Creamed Turkuy & Needles 6 lb. Beans & Bacen S lb. Steffed rlis 3 lb. Fich& Lumen Sme [ Assorted Meets Seefeod Potato Procs Fruits Omp Jdce ............. $4.00 BARGAIN CASE ] ALL BOIL IN BAG VEG. cmef zS4.90 10 I. BEEF PATTIES ....... 12.50 10 lbs. ITALIAN MEATBALLS !1.2J z4.sez. Stuffed Chicken Brst. 20.50 2 lb. FLORIDA ROCg SHRIMP.., 12 - 14 oz. HIADEO 12 - g ez. SHMMP BASIIITS.. 4 k. BATTIEII DIP COD ...... 6 - ! lb. pkge Fffdll ITICKS .... I ASK ABOUT THESE FROZEN FOODS Prices eublest to change without notice Fairfax Blvd., Ranson,W.Va. Phone: (304) 725 - SOSO Hews: Tues., Wed., Thurs. 9 - 6 P.M. Fri.&Sot. 9 to 9 Behq lhm'y Serve Es en re, v, Pa. A SII Bel Pededl Dovimd Skt@ T,V. Dimm we ACC'T roo ST '