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September 22, 1988

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1988 Fund Drive County Memorial TnV Post 3522 Auxiliary, Charles Town, held for the Cancer Aid And Research Fund Sunday in Ranson. helping to collect donations were, from left above, Kathryn Lusby, Evelyn Brill; Ann Rock, auxiliary president; Marie ; Hilda Buhrman. The auxiliary expresses its thanks donated to the very successful drive, with a special thanks to donated a double plastic bag full of coins. All the pro- drive stay in the state of West Virginia. IF. Donates Flag County Memorial VFW Post Auxiliary 3522, Charles Town, |flag to the West Virginia Department of Commerce Tourism In- in Bofivar. Shown at the flag dedication are, from left, Jr., post member; George Kidwiler; Esther L. Kid- member; Donald Glaasford, post commander; Vicki Sue Stone, director; and Ann Rock, auxiliary president. State Flag of West Virginia to welcome to the area. Post member William Rock took the photo. of a Loop Survey Team which pairs. Basically, my determine what's .Tong on the lines, simple, but the encounter can be very complex. take time to talk with our cus- I start a job and after I complete I want them to call me if any other we care about customer satisfac- care a lot about our individual Wre see the results of customer "re like a company report card. rmined to earn straight/*:s. ineach is what makes me proud Property Transactions The following real estate transac- tions have been recorded in the Jeffer- son County Clerk's office through Tuesday, September 13: Jefferson Foods, Inc., to Mark and Donna Christopher, $65,{XX}. Robert Earp, et ux to Mary Jo. B. Wike, $132,{XX). Robert J. Vitacco, et ux to Charles and Loretta Musgrove, $86,000. Elsie Lee Ihle to James and Gloria Grove, no consideration. Elise Lee Ihle to James and Gloria Grove, no consideration. James L. Grove, et ux to Virginia A. Godfrey, $52,500. Bryan E. Fountain, et ux to William and Donna Reno,. Jr., $5,000. Shenandoah Development Corpora- tion to A.G. Hooper, Jr., Inc., $34,000. William E. Kefauver to Amy E.M. Kefauver, no consideration. Susan G. Weller Ware to Jerry A. Shewbridge, $3,000. James M. Kozak, et ux to Peter and Patricia Hoegel, $175,000. Garland Q. McDonald, et ux to Lin- da and Allison Newsome, $80,000. Catherine M. Sullens to Frank and Donna Flaherty, $.500. Willard Calvin Willingham to Nan- cy.L. Willingham, no consideration. Donald L. Wallace to Margaret Ann Wallace, no consideration. Donald F. Watson, et ux, et al to Ray R. and Jettie M. Turner, no consideration. Ray R. Turner, et ux to Donald F. and Teresa A. Watson, no consideration. Ray R. Turner, et ux to Michael R. and Suzan L. Turner, no consideration. Ray R. Turner, et ux to Timothy A. and Shannon Turner, no consideration. Broder M. Erichson, guardian, et al to Christian Erichsen, $45,000. James R. Payne, et ux to Ray G. Thall, $2,800. Todd E. Longworth, et tax to Bryan and Sandra White, deed of exchange. Clarence Philip Moler to Sharon J. Moler, no consideration. Louis B. Athoy, et ux to Bernadine I. Wean, $27,500. Mae K. Anderson to Lorraine H. Col- lins, $20,000. Henry William Malone, III, to Dan and Victoria Reynolds, $62,500. Keith Isaaes, et ux to Jack and Mary LeFever, $160,000. Donald W. Luttrell, et ux to Harry G. and Kathy Barker, II, $14,500. Louis E. Fischbach, et ux to Preston Jenkins, trustee, $7,000. Marguerite V. Jenkins to Preston Jenkins, no consideration. Willis E. Nowell, Jr., to James O. and Susan R. Carter, Jr., $7,500. Robert L. Whirley, et ux to Marsha G. %2airley, no consideration. Susan Lorraine Staubs to Gary M. Staubs, no consideration. Patricia A. Stroop, et al, et vir to Kenneth and Gloria J. Thoinpson, $18,(X)0. '004t GTE, the customer writes our report card?' Jim Andrews Installation and Repair, Charles Town Wayne F. Watson, et ux to Nradine L. Hess, $11,100. Lee R. Strickler, et ux to Thomas and Sheila Mobley, $4,000. Ethel M. Adams, et al to Leslie A. Matthews, $100,000. Deborah L. Hewitt to Judy A. COn- away, $42,000. Garnett Bentz, et al to Clara Ellen Corder, $500. Kenneth W. Metz, trustee, to Paul and Dorothy Meyers, $20,500. Gladys L. Lonas to Richard W. Lonas, $I,0). POWHATAN FACULTY APPOINTMENTS Four new appointments on faculty at the Powhatan School, Boyce, Va., were announced today by William S. Peebles, IV, headmaster. Mary K. Armstrong, of Winchester, has been appointed Third Form teacher to serve alongside Carolyn Morgoglione. Mrs. Armstrong receiv- ed her BS in Education from Miami University, O., and an MA in Reading from Eastern University. W. Reynolds Legge, III, has been ap- pointed chairman of the Science Department. An alumnus of Powhatan, he received his BS in Biology from the University of Rich- mond and will receive his MA in the same field from George Mason University this fall. He has worked as a naturalist for Shenandoah National Park Service and has developed a number of programs on cultural and natural history for all age groups. Howard McKenzie has been ap- pointed art instructor. He received his BFA in Painting from Memphis Academy of Art and an MA and MFA in Printmaking from the University of Iowa. He taught art, drawing and printmaking at several schools and at the Smithsonian. In addition, he runs a studio in the Torpedo Factory, Alex- andria, Va. J. Christopher Northrup joins the faculty in math, physical education and human development. He received his BA in Religion from Kenyon Col- lege and has taught and coached at the Sidwell Friends School, Washington, D.C., and The Hill School in Mid- dleburg. He also serves as a director of Powhatan's Camp Chickahominy, a summer day camp. Louise Ware Ramey, et vir, et al to Alexis Nicholas Bardart, $60,000. Burwell S. Ware, et ux to A. Nicholas Bardart, $4,000. Walter A. Newman to Ralph and Susan Spickler, $9,000. John G. Arnold, et ux to Nancy A. Cummings, $38,000. William S. Shultz, et ux to Robin and Debra Lewis, Jr., $35,000. Paul J. Miller, et ux to William and Janet Warfel, $64,900. Anthony Marshall Cooper to Bar- bara Ann Cooper, no consideration. Sarah Jacobs, et al to Dewitt J. Jacobs, no consideration. Frank D. Barlow, Jr. et ux to Lawrence Goff, $50,000. Charles N. Wysong, Jr., et ux to Michael and Michele Donivan, $I0,000. George M. Williams, et ux, et at to. James and Victoria Hilton, $200,000. Stanley E. Lonas, et ux to Rocky and Catherine Hall, $3,000. County Record Review Policy Jefferson County Schools announc- ed today the policy regarding the review of educational records of students by their parents. As parents or eligible students, the following fights will be observed: To inspect and review the educa- tional records of your child. To know that written consent from the parent or eligible student must be obtained before personally identifiable information can be released with the exception that this information can be disclosed to school officials and authorities who the school system determines to have legitimate and educational interest in the student. To know that the following personal- ly identifiable information is located at each individual school and main- tained by the building principal: direc- tory information; cumulative folder and school records; psychological and educational diagnostic evaluations are located in both the child's school and the county office. To know that the school system may presume that either parent of the stu- dent has authority to inspect and review the educational records of the student unless there is evidence to the contrary. To request, in writing, an amend- ment of the information contained in the educational records believed to be inaccurate. To know that the following directory information may be disclosed without parent consent: student's name, parent/guardian name, address, telephone listing, date and place of birth, major field of study, participa- tion in sports, student's weight/height, dates of attendance, degree received, awards received, most recent educa- tion agency or institution attended. Parents must inform the school system within 10 days of this notice if they refuse the disclosure to the arm- ed services. To file a complaint with the educa- tional agency or institution for failure to comply with requirements of this policy. To know that parents or eligible students may review the complete policies regarding the Collection, Maintenance, and Disclosure of Stu- dent Data by contacting the Director of Pupil Services in your local Board of Education Office. Unibed y , It brin out the best in all o us. A VOTE FOR YOUR FUTURE JOHN YODER STATE SENATE I A change in your tax status A change in tax laws A move to another state A marriage in the family A change in your business status Acquiring additional assets A birth in the family A death in the family Disposal of some assets A change in estate laws If any of these reasons apply to you, it's time to take a close look at your will. Our trust officers are experienced in estate planning and will be happy to assist with your needs. Stop in soon and find out about our TRUST SERVICES. Bank of Charles Town ) p'$ Ft..'f'y Branch: 13 | 8 Washington Street P.O. Box 7 Ferry. WV 25425 Phone: 5356336 A Full Service Bank Man Offk:e: 111 E. Washington Street P.O. Box 906 TmNn, WV 25414 Phone: 725-8431 Member F.D.I.C. Kearneysvllle Branch: P.O. Box E Kearneysvllle. WV Phone: 876-2563