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10 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1978 WATCH FOR OUR t OCT. 12 I 13 I i m m m | n m nmmm 14 Jefferson County Garden Clubs To Visit Rockefeller Mansion The Jefferson County, Council of Garden Clubs will be spon- soring a trip to Washington, D.C. to visit the Nelson Rockefeller mansion -- this year's Decorators' Show House which includes more than 30 designers. This beautiful federal style manse dates back to Revolutionary times and has been the Rockefeller family's Washington home since 1946. The property recently sold to a Attendance Is Excellent For Extension Club The September meeting of the Molers Extension Homemakers had the largest attendance for the club year with twenty-five members and two guests present. The president, Mrs. Brown Hendricks, opened the meeting with the pledge of allagiance to i I firm whose plans include development of about 23 acres of the 25 acre estate into luxury homes. If the remaining estate isn't purchased by the end of the year, it will probably be demolished to make room for more new homes. The show house will include a boutique, antique shop and a tea room serving light lunch. The proceeds from the tour will go toward "landscapping the en- trance to the Jefferson County # fairgrounds. Tickets are $14.00 by advance reservation which includes bus fare and admission to tour the home. Reservations must be made by Oct. 6. The bus will leave the Blakeley Bank parking lot Thursday, October 19, at 9:00 a.m. and will return by 4:00 p.m. For reservations contact Mrs. Marcia Mayberry at 725-3344 or Mrs. Marge Merchant at 725- 5912. our flag and some group singing. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Robert Borden who read a poem, "Better Than Gold," which admonished the listeners not to base their wealth on the material things of this. earth where "moths and rust destroy and robbers break in and steal," but seek instead those lasting things in heaven "for your heart will always be where your riches are." Mrs. Elmer Vickers an- nounced that $213 had been received from the food sale at the county fair toward the i i building of a roof over the stage :with more donations expected. The Achievement Banquet will be held on October 19, at the Community Center at Bardane. The lesson for the club meeting was Cultural Values of ALLAS RUG & UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS Located In Kearneysville, W. Va. Nothing Deep-Cleans Like Our Dry-Foaming Let Us Revive The Exquisute Beauty Of Your Rugs, Upholstery, Walls, Windows, Etc. LeRoy Jefferson Sept. 14 & 28 "" Owner-Manqer For FREE Estimates PHONE: 725- 4201 i i The Stand-0m REGAL SPORT COUPE I I The '79 Regals are here? Show your style in a trim Regal Sport Coupe. Why waste time? "79 ! Buick Regal is here! "AFTER ALL, LIFE I$ TO ENJOY" GUY'S BUICK.PONTIAC.GMC STATE RT. 9 Charles Town, W. Ya. Phone: 725. 3448 KEEP THA T GREAT GM FEELING WITH GENUINE GM PARTS Complete Service g Parts Dept. mm. Mcxrcs w mwnoN dlb.--..--i... Appalachian Women led by Mrs : service problems. Kerfott Moler. She usedslides to Shot cable represents ap- show the slow development of proximately five per cent of all roads in this region, trouble reported in rural areas. Mter partakirg of delicious In these remote areas, it can refreshments served by the take an entire day to locate a hostess, Mrs. Brown Hendricks, shot cable and from two to 72 assisted by Mrs. Arnold Pit- hours to repair or replace it, tinger, the meeting adjourned, depending on the extent of the Phone Company Issues Warning To Hunters With the 1978-79 se on wunder of the General hunting season new underway, officials Telephone Company of the Southeast, have issued a precaution to those who go into the woods and forests of the state to be careful and not point their firearms in-the direction of a telephone cable Calvin McGehee, manager of the local telephone offices, said damage and type of cable in use, Cave said. It is a misdemeanor to wilfully destroy or damage telephone cable. Violators are subject to a $500 fine and possible jail sen- tence, if convicted. It is a felony to wilfully destroy telephone cable which serves federal agencies. Conviction carries a maximum penalty of ten years imprisonment and or a $10,000 fine. Anyone witnessing the shooting of telephone cable should report it immediately to. their nearest General Telephone Company business office or local law enforcement agency. telephone andcabledamagesby Holding Sheep shotguns, rifles and other firearms can cause disruption or Dog Clinic At less of telephone service. And such an interruption of service could be a matter of life or death to someone desiring to make an emergency phone call. General Telephone Company spends thousands of dollars annually in labor and material replacing and repairing telephone cable damaged by gunshot. When a telephone cable is shot, wires inside become severed and exposed to the elements, circuits are shorted and in some cases pressurization of the cable is lost, causing other White Post, Va. In addition to eight border collies from Virginia, border collies from Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, North Carolina and Michigan will participate in the United States Border Collie Club's fourth sheep dog training clinic to he'held at Sunnybrook Farm, White Post, Va., on ptember 29 and 30 and October I. These clinics have been held twice a year for the past two years and several of the han- dlers who have attended have attained enough expertise to win and place with their dogs in sheep dog trials. Frank Moffett, of Staunton, Va., recently won, with his dog, Meg, the trials at the Rochingham County Fair in August, and Mrs. Candaee Terry placed second last fall at the Virginia State Fair sheep dog trials, with her dog, Beau. Also at tim Rockingham County Fair trials in the novice class Mrs. Terry's young dog, Cap, Mr. Moffett's young g, McKim, and Mrs. Bryan Conrad's, Bahnie tied for fifth place. Two years ago none of these doss were able to handle sheep with any assurance, but under the able guidance of Lewis Pence, instructor, the handlers have been able to train their dogs to a much higher level of working abUity. The clinic will run all three days, rain or shine, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Spectators are invited at no charge, but are request to bring their own chairs and food. For further information contact Mrs. Bryan Conrad, 837- 1064 or Mrs. Candace Terr/, 338- 4254. Summer's Gone Fall Is Here Things Normal Barring unforseen cir- cumstances, October's bright blue weather should be waiting just around the corner. For those who enjoy statistics, and statistics are far more reliable than human memory, this is how the Summer season shaped up in Charles Town. Temperaturewise the summer was just a trifle warmer than a longterm average, or very close to a normal summer season. The "mean" temperature this summer was 72.9 degrees, while the season last year averaged 71.3, or just a little cooler than this year. There is one oddity in this in the fact that the summer of 1977 contained 42 days upon which the readings exceeded 90 degrees, whereas this year that mark was topped only 21 times. The highest reading for the summer was 96 degrees, reached on three occasions. Precipitation was very PUBLIC SALE Having soidmy Farm, lwill sell the following located 13 miles north of Martinsburg, W.Va. 5 miles north of Hedgesville, W.Va. 3 miles west of Marlowe, W.Va. (on Dam No. 5 Road). Take Spring Mills Exit West off of Interstate 81. Follow signs. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7th Beginning at 10:00 a.m. 16- HEAD BEEF CATTLE AND CALVES- 16 S- DURHAM COWS- 3 CHARLOIS CROSS BREED CALVES 300 to 500 Lbs. FREE Certificate 18-8 FLAT-BED i favorable, with rainfall I the period amounting to ! inches this summer against during the same period year. Thirteen and one inches is the average amount for Charles Town a given summer period. Looking forward into the season, should you not be tirely sold on the caterpillar, th e heavy husks, or the s seemingly extra endeavor, you may be interested in Projected Forecast for period September 23 December 22. The long range forsees a 60-percent chance the Fall temperatures will ra$ below seasonal normals. much more difficult to forecasts of amounts, and hence is not made. However indications, at the point to more than precipitation amounts this KIWANIS CLUB TO HOLD BAKE SALE The Kiwanis Club of Town will hold a bake sale Saturday, September 30, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The sale will be held at Stuck Alger Pharmacy. All of the Charles Town club asked to donate baked EVERY APPLIANCE IN THE STORE...IS ON SALE! LIMrlED TIME Ol'l-R! 28, and 30, 1978 $20 available i Certificate whito mxly C ItANGIg with auto- matic If- cleaning ovqm Mot lfri$./FrNr * 319 + FREE 4359 Colors $10 More +FREE CAtI 680 FULL-FEATIYRED MOBILE CB with SWR/Calibrat/on 137 +FREE $10  Cmtlfleate BASE STATION with LED Readm 8088-87 10.1 CU. FT. CHEST FREEZER with luxurious almond tatured steel lid was 289.95 FREE $10 YOUR CHoic 249ss cate 16.1CU. Ft. 18 CU. Fr. UPRIGHTFREEZER CHEST 6319 Gas $40 More 7-CYCLE 4-CY 18-LB. WASHER EI2ECTRIC DRYEB 239ssz 189,1, +FREE $15 +FREE SlO Certificate Certificate *Plu tranportatkm and hamtli. Every Appliance In The Store Is On Sale zical Examples...Many More To Choose From ........................ l ....... PHONE: 725-2057 HILLDALE SHOPPINq Charles Town ' W. Va. Cultivator - Riding Lawn Mower, New Holland 271 Hay Bailer, Corn Planter, Drill. Manure Spreader, 2 Rubber Tire Wagons - Post Hole Digger, Allis Chalmers Mower, Pulverizer, Disc Harrow, Lincoln Welder 225 amp. - N.H. 66 Barbs for Posts, Grain Elevator - Wire Stretchers - Bailer Twine - Aluminum Ladders - Wheel Barrow - Hog Feeders - Lots of Junk, Hammers, Wrenches, Forks, Shovels and Articles too Numerous To Mention. FIELD Approximately 100 bu ear corn- 400 hales mixed Hay. 500 Bale Straw - 60 bu. Wheat HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Oval Front China Chest, Steiff Player Piano, Old Solid Walnut Organ and Stool, Mohair 2 Piece Living Room Suite, 2 Piece Nylon Living Room Suite, Duncan Pyle Sofa (ex- cellent condition)Pillow Back Walnut Rocker, 30 gal. copper applt: Butter Kettle, 2 L.R. Chairs, Platform Rockers, Mahogany Desk Ball in Claw feet, Solid Walnut Dry Sink, Antique Ladder back Rocker, Leather Rocker, High Library Stand, Walnut Chest with white porcelain knobs, Cherry High Chest, 8 Leg Walnut Drop Leaf Table, Oak Wash Stand, Other Antique Stands, Goose Neck Rocker, Cedar Wardrobe, Gossip Bench, Iron Bed Springs and Mattress, 2 Dressers, Tea Cart, Old Mirrors, Old Captain Chair, Portable Sowing Machine, Oak Breakfast Set, Childs Split Bottom Rocker, Walnut Stools, Antique Love Seat, Small Spinning Wheel, Large Spinning Wheel, Antique Chest, Television, Trunk, Single Bed, Swivel Chair, High Oak Bed, Old Kitchen Cabinet (good condition) Singer Sewing Machine, Old School Desk, Old Oak Rocker, LOt of Piano Rolls, Kerosene Lamps, Old Tinware, Copper Tea Kettle, Iron Tea Kettle, Bu. and Peck Msure, Old Flat Irons, Copper Coal Hod, Antique Brass Fire Set, Old Lanterns, Butter Prin, Crocks, Glass Jars Jugs, Milk Bottles, Water Keg, Bottle Collection, Old Lad- dies, Pitcher Pump, 15 -10 Gal. Milk Cans, Cow Boils, Old Dishes, Ironstone, Depression Glass, Milk Glass, Pressed Glass, Old Wooden Buckets, 01d Barrels, Iron Butchering Kettles and Stands, Sausage Grinder, Lard Press, Hay Scrappers, Ice Tongs, Decorated Wooden Tubs, Large and Small, 2 Wooden Rakes, Platform Scales, Cooper Cannister Set, Cream Separator, Air Conditioner, Medal Wall Cabinet, Pressure Sauce Pan, Electric Toaster, Dated Glass Jars, Dishes, Pots, Pans and many other articles too numerous to mention. SALE ORDER--Household Furniture, Tractors, Farm Machinery, Feed and Cattle TERMS OF SALE --CASH-- Nothing Removed Until Set- fled For. Not Responsible for Accidents on Premises. Bedington Puritan Club will serve lunch. CLERKS: Hensell and Cookus "AUCT."- EDWARD "NED" MORROW ,t* (304) 267-4949 Sept. -2t. JAMES O. SHRIVER 8 CROSS BREED CALVES 400 to 600 Lbs. FARMMACHINERY 399 4--- FARM TRACTORS--4 MEMO, 499 25-in. diagonal 460 International Diesel Tractor Fast Hitch also 3 pt. Hitch  4co 96 TOUCH )88599 . n COLOR CON- Fall". MICROWAVE SOLE T.V. wide end front end with H.D. New Idea Loader- 275 In- "- FRE...E $25 3,.w, , +FREE $0  ,, Fall '78Csm. Large 47" wide ternational Diesel Tractor wide front end, 3 pt. hitch with 2 Certificate '&d.p,%   " + FREE $30 cabinet, twin Gang Oliver Plow, 3-16 inch Oliver Trip beam plow, Ford 50N  CONVERTIBLE.BED speakers, light Tractor with loader, Massey Harris 22 Tractor with SEWING MACHINE Certificate sensor