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October 13, 1977

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10 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1977 8 DAYS LEFT FOR YOU To Complete Your 1977 CHRISTMAS CLUB Last Day To Make Payments Is FRIDAY, OCT. 21 New Clubs Can Be Started THURS. OCT. 27 COMPLETE BANK and TRUST SERVICES MEMBER FDIC -- Phone: 725. 2071 Real Estate Transactions The following real esate tran- sactions were recorded recently at the Jefferson County Court House: Shenandoah Development Corporation to A. G. Hooper, Jr., Inc., parcel in Charles Town Dist rid, $6.;), Sylvia D. Heinrich and John R. Heinrich to Dixie D. Kilham. parcel in Harpers Ferry District, $25,000. Florence E. Stelley to David E. Ainsworth and Constance C. Ainsworth, parcel in Ranson. $22.000. John T. Coker and Frances A. Coker to J. Kenneth Kefauver and Isabell C. Kefauver. parcel in Harpers Ferry District, $7,5OO. Carl J. Kanehl and Peggy A. Kanehl to Larry Gene Housden. parcel in Middleway District. $11,300. Carl R. Frye to Donald L. Dillow and Phyllis M. Dillow, parcel in Ransoo, $18,000. David Lee Painter and Betty Jane Painter to Raymond S. Myers and Mary Susan Myers. parcel in Middleway District. $6,000. Willowdale, Inc., to Revice N. Frederick and Mildred M. Frederick, parcel in Shepher- dstown District, $19,305. Mary Ellen Sowers, Paul PUBLIC SALE We will offer for sale the following located 4 miles South of Charles Town, West Virginia - Turn West off of Route 340 at S & g Car Sales - Behind Truckers Corral Diner. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1977 AT 10"30 A. M' Frostproof Frig. refrigerator with freezer across top, 2 Kenmore automatic washers, dryer, 3 pc. Poster bedroom suite - like new; bookcase bed with spring and mattress, 2 pc. living room suite, 4 ladder back chairs, recliner chair, rock maple Deacnn bench, coffee table, humidifier, licycle, file cabinet, magazine rack, rocking chair, smoking stand, vanity, 2 trunks, deep freeze, solid walnut ladies chest with hankie drawers, Victorian chair, and sofa, 2 pc. corner sectional sofa, miscellaneous Clothing -men's and women's;, miscellaneous pats, pans, dishes, silverware. COINS -- large cents, Indian head cents, wheat pennies, three cent pieces, two cent pieces, seated quarters, seated halves, silver dollars, and many other articles too numerous to mention. FARM MACHINERY -- 9 N Ford tractor, 5 ft. rotary mower, Fergusen plow, Now Holland 65 baler with thrower, 3 pt. hitch mower, wagon running gear, feed barrels, crested fence posts, Bolin 31/2 hp. roto-tiller, 40 ft. alum. ladder, horse equipment including saddles, bridles, horse shoes, straps,, and other miscellaneous horse tack, used lumber, hand tools, 10 hp. riding mower, and other related articles. TERMS: CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. THOMAS AND MARIJO RAWLINGS AUCTIONEER: Edgar A. Bohrer Clerk: Carolyn L. Bohrer NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ON PREMISES Lunch Served by Isaac Walton League of America Oct. 6-2t Francis Sowers, Beatrice Marie Sowers, James Joseph Sowers. Tbelma Sowers, Marie Evelyn S, Osborne. Robert B. Osborne, Anna EIvira S. Custer. Charles Custer. Elizabeth Rosalie S. Houser, John Houser, Fanny Regina S. Kisner, Nelson W. Kisner, Phyllis May Sowers Howell, Stephen H. Howell, Nora Jane S. Por.terfield. Charles S Porterfield, Patricia Ellen S. Bowling and Thomas R. Bowling to David M. Kidwell and Lillie A. Kidwell, $4,000. Avon Bend, Inc., to Augusta Bowling, parcel in Kabletown District. $4,500. A. G Hoopor, Jr., and Bar- bara H. Hooper to Samuel V. Britt and Faye Britt, parcel in Charles Town, $46,000. Charlotte V. Klein to Townhouse Associates, parcel in Ranson, $7,000. James L. Glymph, Jr.. and Kay S. Glymph to John A. VUorela and Bernice Vuorela. parcel in Kabletown District. $4,250. Avon Bend, inc., to John A. Vuorela and Bernice Vuorela, parcel in Kabletown District, $4,250. Samuel Prince and Jane Prin- ce to Richard M. Hope and Jane E. Connelly, parcel in Harpers: Ferry, $7.000. Russell B, Myers and Patricia G. Myers to Earl G. Farmer, parcel in Harpers Ferry, $5,000. Robert C. Greenfelder and Joyce F. Greenfelder to Joe Goins and Hael Mac Goins, par- cel in Middleway District. $7,00o. John L. VanMetre to Rev. Joseph H. tfodges, parcel in Charles Town District, $150,(0. Mary G. Robinson to Arthur M. Dodsoo and wife, parcel in J&R FURNITURE. TV CARPET OFFERS TO Y0U! 00UNT PRICES q Come now and visit our showroom at: 3rd Avenue Ranson, W. Vs. 25438 Open Daily - Mon..Friday - 9-5 P.M. Monday Nites Til 9 P.M Oct. 13-1t Charles Town District, $18,0o0 Robert S. Orndorff and Joseph M. Orndorff and wife to Raymond D. Warriner and wife, parcel in Charles Town District, $20,000. Clarence E. Cole, Jr. and wife to Mark D. Thompson and wife, parcel in Shepherdstown District, $25,00o. Hazel McDonald Hendricks & husband to Steven P. Washburn. parcel in Shepherdstown District, $36,000. Sales Development Cor- poration to Catherine E. Kriss, parcel in Middleway District, $6,5O0. Barbara A. Salinas to Charles C. Marcus, parcels in Mid- dleway District, $3,000 and $3,700. Louis B. Athey and wife to William L. Backus, parcel in Kableh)wn District, $41 ,.)0. Noel W. Sisk and wife to Edgar A. Baker and wife. parcel m Middleway District. $300. Charles M Paige and wife to Wallace C. Kuhn and wife. par- cel in Charles Town District, $30,(XH). Samuel A, Johnston and wife to Shannon D. l,angley and wife, laarcel in Middleway District. $20,5(). A. G. Hooper. Jr., Inc.. to William E. Strange and wife. parcel in Charles Town l)ish'ict, $54.(MM). 2 %-%%%%%%%%%%%%- a HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo Mr. and Mrs. William Kieldsing from King George, Va., visited her mother, Mrs. Vivian Harrison over the weekend. Mr. Reid V. Geronimo was the speaker for the morning worship service at Leetown U.M. Church on Sunday. Mr. Fred Luddy from Trinity U.M. Church in Frederick, Md., was the speaker for the morning worship service for all three churches Sunday on the Bolivar Charge. Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Collins spent the weekend with Dr. Sara Cree on her farm in Car- michaels, Pa. Mrs. MaRie Singhaam, and Mrs. Ella Zombro spent the weekend with Mrs. Zombro's daughter, Mrs. Shirlay Lucas and son in Lanham, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Landis from Lavale, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Ella Kemp, from Vienna, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crock and family over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jones and family from Frederick, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. David Jones on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsea visited Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Shepherd and family in Leesburg, last Saturday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. David Jones on Sunday were Mr. Oscar Jones and Miss Jane Jones from Shenandoah Junction. Also Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffmaster from Jefferson, Md. The Junior Miss Jefferson County Charm Revue held at the Harpers Ferry Jr. High School last Saturday was the best. Pictures and more later. Shenandoah 4-H'ers Elect New Officers The Shenandoah 4-H Club held their first meeting of the new year on Sept. 21, at the Bolivar- Harpers Ferry Library. The members welcomed Connie Reed, Denise Ferraiuolo, Gaff McAboy and Terry Staubs to the club. The election of officers was the major business. Those elected were: Jenny Miller, president; Tim Mumaw, vice president; Karen Fridley, secretary; Laurie Meadows, treasurer; Will Miller, reporter; John Fridley and Jean Reed, game leaders; and Twila Ferraiuolo, song leader. The club decided to plan a visit to the Locust Grove Rest Home in the near future and to sell Xmas candles as a money making project. A committee was formed to make a display for National 4-H Week for the Bank of Harpers Ferry. Those chosen were: Tim when NN nothing else is good enough [] Perfect Granite Superb Craftsmanship V]Custom Design Service [] Written Guarantee Without Time Limit That' u'hat ,.ake u the mo,t tru qrd name in memorial, Martinsburg Granite Works I09 W. John Street DIAL 267 . b141 Martinsburg, W. Va. - - - FREE ... CUSTOMER PARKING after you see your docto r, bring your orescription to SUPER BUY 40 CHANNELL C---8 & ANTENNA BOTH DIAL 725- 7321 SAMPLE BALLOT SPECIALLEVY ELECTION JEFFERSON COUNTY, W. VA. OCTOBER25,1977 "Special Election to authorize addition levies for the fiscal years beginning July 1, July 1, 1979, July 1, 1980, July 1, 1981, July 1982, and for the purpose of supplementir expenditures within the general current ex budget, such as continuing supplement teacher salaries and the operation of schools general that are under the jurisdiction of Board of Education of the County of aggregating, before making allowances delinquencies, exonerations, et cetera, a mately $961,302, annually for a period of years, according to the order of the Board Education of the County of Jefferson, entered the 12th day of September, 1977." The additional levy shall be on Class property - 2.95 cents; on Class II property - cents; on Class III property - 11.80 cents; Class IV property - 11.80 cents. The proposed total of levy in cents on class of property: Class I - 22.95 cents; Class II - 45.90 cents; Ill - 91.80 cents; Class IV - 91.80 cents. " FOR THE LEVIES AGAINST THE LEVIES Instructions: Those favoring the levies, place (X) in square before "For the Levies"; those the levies, place (X) in the square "Against the Levies." Mumaw, chairman; Lisa Reed, Jean Reed, Twila Ferriaiuolo and Jenny Miller. The im- portance of project completion was stressed and project cards for the new year were handed out. Mrs. Emma Wilson, librarian, spoke to the group and the meeting was adjourned. MARSHALL ( Labor Secretary shall said illegal ing the United defeat the Carter tion's fight on because there is no knowing exactly illegal aliens have U.S. work force. (3O4) SPLIT RAIL FENCE R. W Weese Box 65 Shepherdstown, W. Va. 25443 PUBLIC SALE We will sell the following, located at the Washington Street and Old Furnace Road, Bolivar, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1 Beginning at 10:00 A.M. Bedroom suite, chest of drawers, Early chair, 7 pc. dinette set, 5 pc. dinette set, chrome; ma book case, child's roll top desk and chair, odd chairs, parlor table, utility table, coffee and end foot stool, electric portable sewing machine, sewing machine, trunk, old child's rocker, school desk, jewelry box, smoking lamp, floor lamp, New Electric Hoover broom, bassinet, baby bed, tricycle, scooter, toys, games, child's record train, set of Funk & Wagnall's Encyclopedia's. wheelbarrow planter, hanging planters, 3 fans, rack, 2 ironing boards, 2 grills, copper wash boiler washing machine, man's English bike, man's bike pad seats, afghan, linens, bed linens, dra and 6 X 9 braided rugs, scatter rugs, runners, decorations, small electric appliances, snack bowl set, dishes, pans, skillets, candle fixtures, metal dog bed, sausage grinder, lard chering knives, hog scrapers, drawknife, wheels log chain, push lawn mower, 25 lb. L.P. tank ; grindstone, window screens, other articles mention. Terms: Cash'. Mr. & Mrs. Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Clark Furr Lunch rights reserved. Not responsible for accidents on premises. Dirty Carpets?  Get the dirt others leave behind. Rent the amazing ne ltOST Steam* Machine. $3.99 For 4 hrs. Semce J. RUSSELL FRITIS & SON, 309 W. WASHINGTON Charles Town, W. Va. 304. 725 - 5511 / (il