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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -Thursday, October 28, 1999 tt'ud. The AWS will also be part.ici- Animal Welfare Society of Jefferson County p,ting ill tilt' (]hrist.lnas l)ara(le Oil l)ecember 4 and will sell AWS mer- chandise at Ranson Craft Fair till, PO same day. en Auction La-z-Boy recliner donated by the Furniture Nook wll tioned at the Old Opera House auction and fall this Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Lions Center in Ranson. It's been a very busy time fur tile Anilnal Welfare Society. Tllere was inucll to be done alter the lyon( of the shelter was destroyed by an out-of-control wdlicle on August 21. Ryder, l,eRoy Reed, Craig Wright, Kathy Tycz, Pat I/ol)ertson, Raclml I{obertson, l)mum Aull, Christina I lohnes and l{ell('(, Ault. The AWS hehl a I{abies Clinic last Saturday at Blue Ridge EI- e,nent.ary School. llr. l)ennis I )ibl)er,l of haultryside Veterinary (:linic vaccinated over 70 cats, dogs mid tbrrets under cohl and windy co,lditions. We are appreciative of lit'. l)ibbern and tlte vohlnLeers who worked ill cold and windy con- rill.ions. AWS employees, board mem- bers and vohmteers have been try- ing to get the cat population ~,dopted befbre reconstruction of the' shelter begins. They have been successful and, hopethlly, the re- maining cats and kittens can be moved to another reran when their area is affected. There are still many dogs and pal)pies looking fi)r that special home. The AWS Board decided to taken an untortunate situation and turn it. into it positiw~ move lor tim shelter. Since nlost of the entire li'ont of tile bnihling was aflbcted by the accident, the board decided to take out a h)an and expand the existing lobby and reception area by ten feet. This will create a larger reception/adoptien area, a handi- capped accessibh.' bathroom and ramp and a "get acquainted" area lbr the dogs and cats. Work has fi- nally begun and the projected completion date is Thanksgiving. The AWS will hold a Christmas ()pen House on l)ecember 11 to show off the new addition. The shelter would not have been able to stay open the last ti~w nlonths without tilt; help of many wonderthl wflunteers who showed ripen on the night of the accident to pick up the pieces and build a tem- porary wall. Among tile wdunteers were Butch Reinholt, Be.tty Byrer, Bobby Tabb, Scott Bagent, Jerry Moore, David liolmes, Howard the Lions' (;enter p.m. at the Lions' Center in will be crowded with llanson. There is a $10 admission, The next Aninml Wellilre event and hungry sup- which includes a chili dinner pro- is the annual l'et Photos with the arts at the Old Opera vided hy the Theatre Guild. There Santa tit ()ne Valley Bank in 0 C mpanys Hallow- will also be plenty ef vegetarian (;harles Town on Now;tuber 13 chili, hot dogs and beverages. I'rom lt) a.m. to 2 p.nl. If you don't items have been added Guests are welcome to show up Imve a I)et, chihh'en's l)ictures or of auction items within that day and pay admission at the fa,nily pictures can lie taken. days, including airfare door. Musical entertainment will I'lease make m,'e .wa,r dogs are on the U.S. donated by be provided by area musicians and a| leash and (:tlt,s are ill carriers. a large Artmaster dress is casual. 'l'he lbllowing day is the annual for children, sweat- Fur further information, or to nmml)ership meeting at 2 p.m. at 0rmThompson, a hand- purchase tickets, call the ()Oil at (h'ace ltelbrmed (',hurch tlCC on es sweater by Winky 304-725-4420 or toll free at 1-888- Route 48(I, Kearneysville. All AWS coin sets, beanie ba- 900-SHOW. ,neml)ers are encouraged to at- Boy recliner from the RAIN DATE: NOVEMBER 6, 1999 a Wurlitzer organ, package from Frank ni glass biscuit jar and g the Legacy of Frederic Cho, n house. announced as auction Celetwating the 150th anniver-i,]t,ropc, l)r. Lucy Mauro, a gradu- ('.mnl)etitiml, where he was a prize football tickets, sary of tim passing of one of the ate of the prestigious Peabody Con- winner in 19!)4, and 1998, garner- trip to Maine, a pie of greatest composers fi)r the piano, serwltory and member ot'the Sbep- ing Lilt jury award for the I)est per- Year, Civil War ammo tim Reynolds Hall Chopin Festival herd College Music lhculty, will fiuunance of a work by a I,'rencll tickets to cultural is the only multi-concert event in peril)tin Chopin's Barearolh;, Noc- cmnl)oser. blartinsburg to Wash- the tri-state area dedicated to the i.urne ()p. 27 No. 2, and a Mazurka Tim concert will Ibature some. music of Romantic composer as partofthe program, sehhim-heard early works I)y will be auctioned by Frederic Chopin. Perhaps no other Concert #2: Student Recital: (:h,i,iu such as tile Nocturne ()p. bid or live auction led coraposer epitomizes tile Ronmntic The second concert, November 9 at 72 and the Waltz ()p.69 No. l, as Seer and OOH Board spirit and artistic ideals more than the special time of 7::t(I I).m will well as several etudes, mazurkas, 1 O " Kahle. Frederic (,h pin does. His music Ibaturc Shepherd Colh ge pianists Iml)rotnl)tu ()p. 29, the C# Minor will be conducted thishas never lhllen out of favor and is and students ,if h,cal teachers, as Scln,rz,), tile lh rceuse an,l tile Ih- 31, from 2 to 6 |batured in the repc, rtoire of nearly they present a recital of Chol)in's nlous "HeretiC' Pohmaise ()p. 53. evc, ry great; artist perfi)rming be- early masterworks. Be sure t,n All concerts in t,ht~ Reynohls lbre tile public today. This series of come and support the budding art- I lall Recital Series are free of LPNAWV tlu'ee very special concerts will be isis of tomorrow. A reception will (qlnrge, witll seating on a firm CT WORKSHOP hehl on November 2, 9, anti 16. Ihlh)w the. recital, c, mle, lirst served basis. For tn,u'(, IAke all Reynolds Hall recitals, Concert #3: "l~yricism, Virtues- inliw,nat,ion on this and ol,llcr con- of the LPNAWV, and they are free of charge, ity and the I)anc( ': Tile Chnlfin cm'l.s in the series, i)lease contact of,lef Concert #1: "The. l'oet in Song": I estlval,' " comes to a close on No-the conce.rt hotline at 3()4-876- raorial Hospital, will Tile ,qeries begins on November 2 vember 16 at 8 l).m with a concert 5555, or visit the Sheplmr*l College INovember 4. atSl).m, with Polish music special- by prize-winning pianist, I)r. Scott Music i)epartment Website at will he Crisis in the ist l)r. l,aura Kalka as she gives a Beard. Beard has earned r'alve re- www.shel)lmrd.edu/musicweb. eat and will be held atspecial perlbrmance ef Chopin'sviews during the past year lbr his Motel in Harpers Songs, sung in tile original Polish. solo and orchesl.ral imrlbrtuances QUAD'STATE These gems ef the repertoire are in tilt; U.S (',anada and I,'r.'un~e. [ f7.0 contact hours will rarely performed today, but in The Tucson (litizen recently wrote: WOMEN'S VETS all LPNs, RNs and Res- their time several composers wrote "Beard wowed the crowd with Iris Quail-State. Women's Veterans variations on the beautiful mele- Iloxible rubato and virtuosity in Saturday, Ndwmfl)er 13, at noon at ;20 for members of dies Chopin composed. Dr. Katka is till |inger-I)usting tans." He is a the (',larion in Shel)herdstl~wn. All and $25 for non- recognized as one el'the outstand- graduate of the prc, stigious Pea- wmnen veterans welcome. (h~ll ar more infi)rmation ing scholars of Polish music, hav- body (hmservatery in Balti,nore:1111-432-4780 or 304-229-2:145. Harp at 725-2149 af- ing won numerous awards and lid- and the University of Maryhmd Iowships that have taken her onCollege Park. He has studied oww lectures and performances several summers at tire France l'i- Give the United Way tllroughout the United States and ano Internationah; Festiwd and I I I I V'WV V'V" V 4k ,dk dk .4k settle the Estate of Bertie Carroll, we will sell the on site at the South end of Rippon, WV From Town, WV, take Rt. 340"South to the location just off of Rt. 340. Watch for Kable Auction Signs. October 29, 1999 ; Griswald #8 Skillet; Lg. Salt and Pepper Shaker Sin. Duncan Phyfe Table; Uph. Sofa & Chairs; Lg. Wooden (2) Child's Chairs; Platform Rockers; (2) Wooden Wooden Dinette Table & 6 Chairs; Asst. Baskets; Straight & Chairs; Singer Elec. Sewing Machine; 3 Wooden Outdoor Chairs; 'nic Basket; Asst. Pictures, Frames & Mirrors; Ant. ;; Ant. Trunk; Asst. Jewelry Boxes; (3) Rose Tea Sets; Dish; Pitcher & Glasses; Asst. Glassware, Dishes, Pots & Color TV's; Sound Design System; Asst. Home Interior Pcs.; GE. Kitchen Range; Kenmore Microwave; Asst. ; Metal Kitchen Cabinets; Hotpoint Upright Freezer; D. Washer; Kenmore Etec. Dryer; (2) Air Conditioners; Stove; Asst. Lawn & Garden Items; Much more! Sellers: Gertrude Bell and Kenny Carroll, Co-Executors fiE: "Small but nice" describes join us on the 29th. -- Announcements this auclion. Clip this ad. : Cash or check with proper iD. Number Used. Not responsible/or accidents. Clerks: Hensell & Hensell i m Having relocated our mother to a continuing care facility, we will sell the following at 327 East Liberty St Charles Town, WV. Watch for Kable Auction signs. Duncan Phyfe Drop Leaf Table; Child's Chair; Waterfall Desk; Matching Sofa & Chair; (2) Uph. Recliners; Wooden Dinette Set w/ 6 Chairs; Wooden Rocker; End-Coffee Table Set; Asst. Lamps; Pottery & Brass Spittoon; Painted Dble Bed, Dresser & Night stand; Singer Treadle Sewing Machine; Asst. Pictures & Mirrors; Hassocks; Mod. Bdrm Suite; Crocks & Jugs; Asst. Rugs-Braided, etc.; Glass Basket; Foot Stools; Flat Irons; Old Mixing Bowls; Asst. Pitchers, Compotes & Trays; Jewelry & Jewelry Boxes; Oil Lamps; Bridge Lamp; Asst. Lamps, Heaters & Fans; Old Lantern; Sin. Meat Saw; Asst. Linens; (2) Cast Pots; Asst. Baking Tins; Old Jars; Porcelain Clock; Old Binoculars; Electra Scanner; Melal Hall Tree; Ant. Glass Insulators; Frontiersman Metal Detector; Frigidaire Microwave; Asst. Kitchen appliances & ulensils; Asst. Watches & Knives; Electrolux & Sharp Vacuums; Asst. Glassware, Dishes, Pots & Pans; Magnavox Console TV w/Remote; Excelsior 12 ga. Shotgun; Wizard 3.5 H.P. Lawn Mower; Asst. Lawn & Garden Items; much more! SELLERS: Larry E. McCormick and Henry C. McCormick - Co-P.O.A.s AUCTIoNEER'~ The items in this auclion are neat, clean and well-kepl. Mark your calendar, clip this ad and join us on the 301h. -- No Buyer's Premium -- Announcements on auction day take precedence over printed material "" AUCTIONEER TERMS: Cash or check w#h proper I0. Number System Used. Not re~Kmstt~ kJr acctdeots. H,M, "Marty" Kable (304) 725-2465 Clerks: Hensell & Herisell i, ,t~:,:, 27 With ttalloween cmuing this weekend, it's time to think about how you can make the evelting satb ,utd stressless for your pets. Tire luost inlportant thing to relnenlber is that although costllnles ,'lad noise are fret for children, they are very friglttening to an animal. Keep your cats indoors and your (h)gs contined outside, Or better yet, bring then( inside. Your animals should be kept in a qniet room in the house with the door closed. Many ;inilnals becoult' lost or are hit by cars (due to in- creased t, rattic) on Ha[leween bt,- cause they Imve bolted out the door daring "trick or treating". Keep the ttalloween candy in a place where year pet cannot get access. Candy can create gastric problems and chocohlte is toxic to dogs. Have .'l fun and satb Halloween weeken(t. Charles Town, WV Take Rt. 230 off Rt. 340 to Engle Road (opposite Job Corps Road) Watch for Auction Signs from Rt. 340. Due to the death of my husband, I will offer his tractor repair shop - tools & tractor parts - for sale. Dynamark riding mower- 2 Carolina motor jacks - kerosene heater- step ladders - binders - wrenches - come alongs - rakes - shovels - forks - large floor tool chest - metal cabinet - 30 ton heavy duty metal press - heavy bench dntt press - heavy duty grinder - fans - 2 ton floor jack - gnnders - large pedestal vice - 1/2" electric drill - gas welder - garden tiller - Lincoln arc welder - impact wrenches - Makita disc grinder - tap 8, die set - misc, jacks - drill indexes - metal working tools - woodworking tools - wheelbarrow - work benches - kerosene stove - sprayers - numerous vises - chain saw - Murphy serf-propelled 3 horse lawn mower -- floor jacks - 6'x8' trailer with wench - 3 point hitch Woods 80" brush hog - Trac Vac leaf baler - 3 point hitch scoop - lawn roller - 3 point boom, This is a partial list. LOTS OF HAND 1989 Ford Econoline 15 Work Van 30,291 miles 995 Case Tractor (very nice) 1,316 hours TERMS: Cash or check with proper identification. Number system used. Not responsible for accidents. Nothing removed until settled for. Lunch and Port-A-Pot available. Announcements made sale day take precedence over printed material. Owner: HELEN GREENWALT 304-725-5686 AUCnONEERS NOTE: ,- -q RAWLINGS AUCTIONS Mr Greenwalt wa." i I we//-known in the ~ 7 AUCTIONEERS: - coma,unity for [y T]J Bob Rawlings, Lic. #1077 many years as I] A '~.- Steve Rawllngs Lic. #,4-90 a tractor ropamnan. (31t4) 725-2 25 West Virginia West Virginia Contracters Auctlen near t~ ~: Selling for various finance companies, lendin9 Institutions, area contractors & others: TRACK DOZERS & LOADERS: JD 750B; JD 350; FIAT ALLIS FD7; CAT 963 w/Cab, AC & Ripper; CASE 835D; CAT 951B; CAT 955L; JD 450 w/ Backhoe Attachment; INT 125E and Others. EXCAVATORS: LEIBHERR 932 BOBCAT 56 Mini, Diesel, Exc. Cond. CRANE: AMERICAN 15 Ton Rough Terrain, All-Wheel Drive, Dozer Blade. BACKHOES: JCB 1400 4x4, CASE 580K 4x4, JD 310A, O. Rops; JD 410, O. Rops, Extendahoe, JD 310A w/ Cab, Extendahoe, CASE 480E, Low Hrs. & Others. DITCH WITCH 4010 Diesel Trench Machine w/Cable Plow, Chain Bar, Backhoe & Blade. ROAD GRADERS:: GALLION 303, Diesel; CAT 12. RUBBER TIRE LOADERS: JD 544E; FIAT ALLIS 545B & Others. FORKLIFTS: TAYLOR 22,000 lb. Side Shift, Diesel; JCB 525 Shooting Boom w/Cab; CAT 12,000 lb. Side Shift, Gas; YALE 5,000 Ib Gas, Pneumatic Tires; & Others. MANLIFTS & SCISSOR LIFTS. SKID LOADERS: CASE 1840 W/FOOT CONTROLS; BOBCAT 763; TOYOTA SDKT; and Others. STREET Sweeper w/Diesel Engine. AIR COMPRESSORS: Large Air Track w/Detroit Diesel; Sm. Gas Powered 4-Cyl. GENERATORS: ONAN Stand By Generator Set; 3-Pfiase 17.5 KW w/All Controls; 5 KW Gas, Generator; MILLER 200 Amp. Diesel Welder on Trailer, Exc. Cond. & Others. TRAILERS: 1996 EBY Gooseneck, Alum, 38' Flat, Air Ride-Like New; 1994 WALBASH 48x96 Reefer, Century 2 Unit, EXC. Cond.; 1989 GREAT DANE 48x102, Exc. Cond.; 1989 STAUNTON 45' Reefer; 1998 Drop Deck 48xl 02, Slide Axle, Air Ride; 1992 TRANSCRAFT 45' Flat, Slide .Axle, Air Ride; (5) 1984 Utility Van; 1989 & 85 CENTREVILLE T/A Trailers 15 Ton & 7,000 lb Electric Brakes; 1989 FRUEHAUF Rubber Lined Tanker; 5,000 lb.; 16' Tilt Trailer; (2) Utility Van Trailers; (6) Storage Trailers; (10) 20' & 40' Sea Containers; 17' Alum. Dump Body; Landscape Trailers & Others. ROAD TRACTORS: 1994 KW Conventional, Aerodyne, 470 Detroit, 13 Sp Air Ride, Alum. Wheels, New Tires, Loaded; 1991 PETERBILT Conventional, 450 Detroit, Alum. Wheels, New Tires, Loaded; & Others. SUPPORT TRUCKS: 1984 FORD 1 700, Diesel, 5/2, P.S.; 1983 FORD L700, Gas, Auto Long Wheel Base; t981 INT. $1800 DT466, 5/2, P.S Long Wheel Base; 1989 FORD Flatbed w/National Crane; 1997 CHEVY 1-Ton Utility Body; 1981 CHEVY Flatbed Dump; 1980 CHEVY Flatbed; 1973 FORD T/A Dump, Detroil; 1989 FORD 1-Ton Flatbed Dump, Diesel; 1975 FORD Cab & Chassis; 1992 DODGE Pickup, Diesel & Others. FARM TRACTORS & RELATED EQUIP.: INT. 544; JD 301A Diesel w/Sickle Bar Mower; 5' Rotary Mower; 8' RHINO Bush Hog; Cement Mixer, Gas; GALLON Rubber Tire Roller; 3' Steel Drum Roller, Gas; Pull Type Sheepstoot Roller & Others. MISCELLANEOUS: Car Lift for Garage; (1) Bin of New Tools; Cat Liter, Wood Chipper, Gas; B&D Valve Grinding Machine; Anti Freeze Recycling Machine; (2) Trailer Loads of Heavy Duty Industrial Electrical Supplies; Breaker Boxes; CaNe Wire; Cutoff Switches; Lights', Nuts & Bolts; Pipe; Conduit; Steel Grading; Lumber; Building Supplies; Tar Paper, New Doors & Others. OFFICE EQUIPMENT: (4) Xerox. PC Copiers; (2) Xerox Work Centers; (2) Xerox Laser Primers; (2) Xerox |nk Jet Printers, Office Furniture & Supples. NOTE: This auction will be a drive thru auction. Directions: FForn 1-81 in West Virginia take Exit 8 (Tabler Station Road), Go east to Route 11.1 8 miles Turn tot approximately 1 6 miles to U-Lock II storage units, turn left beside fence. Go 't mile to end of lane and sale site. Watch for Auction signs. Sale Site Phone: (304) 264-8643. Terms: Cash or approved check on day of auction with positive identilication required tot registration, Not responsible lot on-site accidents, Food and lacflities available NO BUYERS PREMIUM. I,lil! & IIARRY Ril)(;I:.I.Y AIIclioll M all,*t}.WI ~, .IAMi' S (;. ('()('IIRAN TII()MAS I'L I'IIKI,I' Allt'li~ncc! WV .i2 ~ As~(~ci;th' i~t~N AUCTIONEERS & ASSOCIATES. LTD. 7704 MAPLEVILLE ROAD; POST OFFICE BOX 222, BOONSBORO, MARYLAND 21713-0222 301-73S-0S~ ~t % .% I I I I I I