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20 Drinking Water Not C & O Campsite After Nov. 30 The National Park Service announc- bike any distance. ed that drinking water will not be Drinking water will become available at the hiker-biker campsites available near the end of April when along the C&O Canal, starting Nov. 30, the pumps are back in operation. through at least late April of 1985. Overnight tent-camping sites for Water to the campsites is provided hikers-bikers are located about every directly from deep wells, and must be five-miles along the 165-mile section of sampled frequently to assure quality the canal from Carderock to Cumberland, Md. Campsites are and meet public health standards, said allocated on a fwst-come, fwst served Park Service officials, basis. Due to difficulty of winter access Boat ramps will remain open to and limited park resources to service river users throughout the winter, the areas and perform water sampl- weather and river conditions Lag, all water pumps will be shut down, permitting. beginning Nov. 30. For further information, #ease call Hikers and bikers are urged to carry C&0 Canal Historical Park Head- their own water if they plan to hike or quarters at 301-739-4200. SUMMIT POINT Mrs. David Wood Dial 725-9467 HOMEMAKERS NEWS The Summit Point Extension Homemakers will meet Thursday night, November 8 at the home of Mrs. Lawrence DeHaven. Mrs. Christine Vernon will present the program for the evening on her European journey. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford were part of the group that traveled to Pennsylvania to visR Moose Lodge in Gettysburg, Chambersburg, York, and Hanover. The trip was sponsored by the Charles Town Moose Lodge 984. Dinner was provided to the group at the Lodge in York. Friday night Mrs. Glassford and her daughter Mrs. Molly Nobrega of Or- chard Hills attended the Jefferson High School homecoming football University at Norfolk. Those family members gathered together for dinner on Sunday were Kathy and Herb Rudisill and sons Dammon and Barry of Inwood, Karl and Trisha DeHaven of Inwood and Kirby and Julie DeHaven. Friday through Sunday Ricky Welsh was in Lancaster, Pa, attending a Bridge Tournament and on Sunday Lin Welsh was playing Duplicate Club Bridge in Martinshurg. Mr. and Mrs. William Hale and Clif- ford and Christine were in Charleston for the weekend to visit Bill's mothers, who had just returned home from the hospital and is doing much better. 4-H NEWS The Summit Point Busy Bees 4-H Club will be selling candy bars to raise funds in the near future. Stephanie Cheshire is in charge of the project. Odessa Snyder just returned home Saturday from a two week vacation in Kentucky where she visited with her game. Nicole Nobrega, Edith's grand- sisters and their families, Mr. and daughter, was one of the princesses Mrs. Charles Dawson of Versailles and during the half time show. Dr. Merle S. Clemons of Lexington. Ulis Johnson spent Sunday thru She was accompanied on the trip by Wednesday of last week hunting for her daughter, Dr. Beth Graham and wild turkey at Math!as. Mrs. Martha granddaughter Martha Alice and her Rudolph spent the same days visiting husband Jim. They returned to The with her daughter Zennie while Hump Point after the first week and Dr. was away. On Tuesday they visited Graham and daughter returned to with Zennie's aunt and uncle, Mr. and 'Greene, New York on Tuesday. While Mrs. Ervin Jenkins, in Roman. Thurs- there Odessa toured Shaker Town and day evening Zennie stopped by to see Fort Harrod and had the opportunity Miss Flora Price in Charles Town. to do a lot of her Christmas shopping Lisa Hileman kept busy this week. Odessa was also surprised last Thurs- Monday she was in Leesburg, Va day night when her roommate from Wednesday, while running some er- Berea College, Mrs. Arnold Shaken, rand in Charles Town she met Mrs. now of Columbus, Ohio, showed up in Sharon Rockefeller on the street. Lexington to visit with her. Saturday They had a nice little chat being that morning Memmie Snyder and the they both grew up on the west side of grandchildren, Natalie, Kevin and Chicago. Friday afternoon she was Eric were all waiting for her when she interviewed by Wonderful West arrived at Dulles Airport to return her Virginia Magazine which is doing an home to Shenstone. article on Various Charming Guest Lodging in West Virginia. Saturday Daniel and Lisa attended the dinner at the Rut!tan District Convention held in Frederick, Md. Sunday their aunt Frances Kennedy and a friend, Jessie Wilson of Arlington, Va arrived for SILVER GROVE" Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 The Ladies Aux~arY of the Blue Ridge Mt. Fire Department is having SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer% ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1984 VANMETRE'S Tender, Tasty Sugar Cured Country H.ams NOW A VA'ILAI~LE PII(~NE: MARTINI4BURG 1-2"6"7-8761 i MARTINSBURG AUTO SALVAGE Engines LOW AS $175 Transmissions Low As $50 Other Parts Equally Low Priced Hours: Satu~ay 9-5 177 Rt. 11 North-lie Miles . N. of Berkeley Plaza 263-4888 .i i, i Ed Johnson Real Estdte 30 West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. 725-6529 - AFTER HOURS 725-1221 o CHARLES TOWN: 3000 SF Modern Split Foyer on 3.035 acres in Shiloh. S bedrooms, 3 Baths, Kitchen, Dining, Living, Family Utility Rooms, Woodstove, 2-Car Carport, Landscaped Lot. Owner will pay potnts/closing A nust for the growing family. CHARLES TOWN: Double Brick Home each with 3 Bedrooms, Living, Dining, Kitchen, Front & Back Porches, Back Yard, Garages, Off-Street Alley, Live & Rent or invest Special. CHARLES TOWN: 3 Bedroom Brick Rancher, I '/, Baths, Kitchen, Dining, Living, Family and Rec Rooms, New Carpet, Many more amenities. Assume 8.87% Loan Must see. ,HARPERS FERRY: Location Plus - - 3 Bedroom Brick Rancher on 1 Acre Lot in Cavalier Estates. 2 Baths, Eat-In-Kitchen, Living, Dining, Family Rooms, Fireplace, Carpet, All Appliances, Full Basement, near AMTRAK, Hour to Beltway. CHARLES TOWN: 2-Story Brick, 8 Rooms, 2 Baths. Staircase, Hardwood Floors, 2 Apartments (Up & Down), Fenced Lot, Basement Dual Heating Super. KABLETOWN DISTRfCT: 3 Bedroom Split Foyer on Acres, Kitchen, Dining, Living, Family Room w/Woodstove, 10.95% Assumption, Superb Setting. Ralph Johnson 725.1221 Colleen Stokes 726-3512 Carol Snyder 876-2372 ( 1. '~/ILLOWDALE" - Shepherdstown s prestige residential location. Price en 2 ~ re-ink 2 imre pwee/s. High corner lot with viewl adjoining tract has gentle hilltop terrain. Owner says "SELL." Call ! for i, nformation 2. BAKERTON RD. - 41/2 incredibly scenic acres, fairly level, good hard road frontage, open & secluded for home/farmette/horse farm. $22,5001 Close to Bakerton & U.$. 340. Owner terms. 3. 10 ACRES & RUSTIC SECOND HOME - Ute kere w~l yee blCkill 2-story, bath, 2 stories, unfinished. Or finish it out as a small residence, Fronts Bakerton Rd 10 acres cleared & wooded. Small stream. Excelleat value at $414,5001 Owner terms. DIAL: (:2101 432-54.~ COMPARE OUR RATES & SERVICE BEFORE YOUR RENEW YOUR ,UTO or HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE FRANCIS M. FRYE RANSON REAL ESTATE & iNSURANCE CO. THIRD AVENUE ~ RANSON, W.VA. 725-7071 APARTM AT 1 and 2 Bedrooms from S250 to CALL 725-7815 COMPLETE LINE OF New & Used Food Service Equip- ment & Supplies For Restaurants, Grocery Stores, Schools and Fire Halls. Will Buy Sell Trade Interstate Restaurant & Equipment Company 21 W. 6th Street, Front Royal, Ya. Phone: 703.&16-64~7 I r l I, II Gravel, Sand, Top Soil Fill Dirt Grader g Back Hoe Service,i i.Chades Town. W.Va. Phone: 725-8631 N. Mildred (Rt. t) Ran~m, WV 254,11 . . . (304)725-1431 . * * $-BR Ranch, Lg. Kit Wdstove, Immaculate! Lg. Lot, Orchard Hills. Reduced I ~4,~ $-IIR Framed By Picket Fencel Huge Kitchen, Carport, Bsmt Corner Lot, Ranson! Excel. Choice for 10.9% Band! Reduced ~l&,$00 Nesv Listingl Choice Location on So. Mildred St 4-BR Brick 2-Story has 2 FPs. Wdstove Outlet, Remodeled Bath and Kitchen ! On Lg. Lot, Walk To Town ! Very Charming $641,50@ -I Owner Tr~mde~lwd, Must Sqdll Near Shepherd College, 3-BR/2%-Bath Split Entry, FmRm FP,~ Owner Says "Make Offer V'. $66,00@ I It's 11ME To Own That Profitable Business You've g Always Wonted! An Exciting, Tastefully Decorated, Fully Staffed, 82-Seat Restaurant Business In Ex- cellent Location ~5 ,l~0 on 1 Ac Wide Horizon. Overlooking Opequon! Reas. Offers Considered ! $38,0e0 FALL LI$ ENJOY THE BEAUTY FINE HOMES. BLUE RIDGE ACRES: View Color of Trees from 21; Ig. liv. rm.; FP with heatalator; basement. A-I Constructed JOHN BROWN FARMS: 7-room 1 -hath: firenlace: elec. heat: Conveys. Nestled amid Ir2-Acs. Private and Serenic KEARNEYSVILLE: 2 % acre lot. BUILDING SITE; WOODLAND: Stream long Rd. Front: FOR RENT: ~bdrm. Mad. FOR DETAILS C OTHER LIS~NGSI CALL LINAWEAVER REAL ESTATE 725-9 ! 11 NEW LISTINGS Heatherfield: Custom 4 BR split-J Oak floors under plush carpeti~ tel colors, fireplace wall and dining rooms, lovely air, family room, Much more on~ vate % acre lot Shepherdstown: Back yard of refurbished American house overlooks mill race and Mill. Custom kitchen opens herb garden, Walnut and Pine bedrooms plus floored attic windows. LOOKING FOR A PLACE IN THE Pedect for the young family couple. 3 bedrooms, eat-in opening to family room with insulated garage with heated deck, more on 3.5 acres near t including assumable loan at believable price of ACCUSTOMEDTO THE Look no further than this custom Nearly 2000 sq. ft. plus double shop. Skylit kitchen, wooded quiet cul-de-sac only 4 miles Town at Shi~loh : A PLI of the traditional and blend in this story-and-a-half in Wiilowdale. This home is an overnight visit. I almost forgot, a skating party on Thursday Nov. 8 at Rem/Leme-Optkm/~lel immaculate 3-BR/1%- for energy efficiency by utilizing they aiso saw the play "Tbe Butler Did PurcellvilleskatingrinkfromT:00Ul Sath Ranch, Stone FP in FmRm. Gor0ge. Deck! pump, passive solar, w )odstoVe It" and enjoyed dinner in Shannondale &:30p.m. y Co On I Ac Jefferson Village, Call For Details To and all-wood siding, iverythi~ Friday evening. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Blue Machat Reah . ~. This Lovely Home Yourst $72,eee could ask for in 2200 sq ft. of livid. The Rev. and Yws. Roy Vernon en- Ridge Fire Department will be span- PLUS a large assumable loan, $I joyed the walking tour through the sorin~ a Bazaar of crafts, white Town & Country Property tee~e-Ol~le~/~efol 4-BR/2-Bath Rambler, Huge Boonsboro, Md. 21713 Country Kitchen, DR, LR FP, Lg. Sunporch, RecRm Cumberland, Md Historical District elephant and a Bake sale on Friday, (301) 432-5454 t in I~mt! On 1 KC.; Summit Point Rd Garage, Herit onTuesday. Nov. 16th~dSat. Nov. 17thatthefire ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Outbid&. Assume Lg. 10.95% Mtg. of Lease/ ,~ou,r~ StmdaymorningRev. Vernonwas hall from l0 til 4. Refre~dlmentswill t . " Option!CollForDetols $fe0.e0e ~ Rea the guest preacher at Duncan also be sold. Anyone wishing to donate ----------------------3 lty Berryville. That evening they attend- any of the ladies auxiliary. Your sup- LR&FmRm FPs, RecRm, Dbl. Garage. 2 Patios, in mm, Y M I t Brookhavenl'ThislsA"MustSee!'. 4r/4.$00 Ill ed the Organ recital held at Asbury port would be greatly appreciated. (304) 876-3019 United Methodist Church in Charles Mrs. Juan!to Buzzard and Kelly and I ~ ***** Call Us For Other Good Buys JACKIE LEWIS -- 876-27~ Town as part of their Bicentennial granddaughter Jess!ca and Mr. and . [ (~ Celebration. The organist was Dr. Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenny ! ~. JOAN FL~GtE, Sales Associate ~.22~.$a,s ~ RaN NORDEEN--876-60~ ELIZAI~I14 14VENS, Soles Associate 1-213-7S16 ~ MD. REP. -- NANCY WILSON (301) James A. Kriewald, formerly of were supper guests on Monday even- I ~ ~= mu~m~ ~-. ?~ e~i~ ~~~LOU ANN SPAUR, Sales Associate 1.229o2103 andShenandoahthe organistConservatoryat C~.'t Episcopal f Music ingMrs.with LucilleMr" and WatersMrs" RalphandCogle.Mrs. SECURITY HOUSE, inc, i s wA,z. Sales Associate c Church in Winchester. James Ruf- Cecelia White were visitors during the Route340, South Charles Town ~'~''~''~'~1''" "'''''~'''['''['--" ~ faner, Jr accompanied him on the week with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cogle. I 304-725-2025 I Joseph Hayden.trumpet for the concerto in E Flat by zardJenniferwere CogleguestsandfromChristinesundayBus-'til I DEAN BUSH, Broker j 1 li CHURCH NEWS Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Larry ,~tAN~OOOO - 2 BR frame on tri-shope lot The Missionary Society of The Bap- Neidringhaus and Laura and Kristi of ~ approx. % acre. 1st floor has living room; 2 BR and List Church met at the home of Mrs. Frederick, Md. i full bath. Basement with family room; % bath; kit- ~ -.~ chen w/dishwasher and built-in range/oven. I~ Lee Allen Drish Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and i Woodstove: EBB heat: 10X12 work/tool shed; I Mrs. Patricla DeHaven, the studyKennywerevi~ito~onSaturd~yeve~,18X40abave ground pool; patio; drapes~curtains~ chairman for the year, presented the program for the evening on partner- ship in Mission - Mississippi partners to Uruguay, Paraguay and Argentina. Mr. Stewart William Crim, Jr ar- rived here Thursday to visit with his mother Mrs. Elizabetl~ Crim and his THOU SHALL NOT STEAL BUT THERE'S A LITTLE DEVIL IN ALL OF US. THIS HOUSE HAS 3 BEDROOMS ROOM. LARGE EAT,IN-KffCHEN, BATH, AND 2 CAR CARPORT. LOCATED LARGE LOT IN JEFFERSON TERRACE LOTS AND LAND FOR SALE 3 ACRE LOT in Lone Oak Subdivision - Located on Leetown Road OAK TREE SUBDI~N -- Located near Uvilla - 2 - 5 Acre Tracts $16,$@@ - $18,$00 -- Minutes from Commuter Train. 2.821 ACRES Located in Pembroke Grove Subdivision - Financing 6.823 ACRES Located in Sites Farm SubdNision - financing Available S + ACRES Located at Conestoga Estates Minutes from Commuter Sin,000 , tttttt t tfttttt ttttttet tt ttttt ttt ttttt 'i Box 169, Harpers Ferry, WV 2S 25 WILLIAM V. WHITE, ing with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and Kelly, Christine and Jessica. Mr. Raymond Waters was a visitor on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons ~ Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart of Dargan, Md Mrs. Kim Cook of Md rods: well/softener; septic/just cleaned,t VA ~umptlon to Veteran ~S,S~ j COI~Sl"O~t mATES- 3 acres enhances this lovely j 3 BR home with 2 full baths. Heat pump & central t I air. 2 car garage: above ground pool; split rail fence: equipped kitchen: washe~r/dryer: alarm j system; smoke detectors; loft w/spiral stairs; 2 sky J sister Mrs. Betsy Stagner at Monte Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and Cin- t lights; beautiful landscape $99,~ t View. A business trip brought him to dy and Jeri Lynn, April Grove, Missy PEMBROKE - 4 BR home with full basemont. 1 V, | the east and he extended the trip to in- Nick, Mrs. Elma Jean Whitehair and t baths; dining area & family room w/open fireplace; | clude West Virginia be~ore retun~g K~y ~aubs were visitors on Sunday t fully equipped kitchen w/skylight; laundry room; to Salt Lake City. Utah, on Tuesday. with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. I den; family room: playroom; large covered back | Sunday, Clayton and Betsy entertain- Mrs. Shelva Cogle and Mrs. Joyce t porch: 2 car garage: EBB heat: 4.19 acres well IL ed the family for dinner Guests were Grove were breakfast guests on Fri. kept $110,000 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Crim, Mrs. morning with Mrs. Vanema Everhart. I S--mTOWN. arca W~'s -- here withI Helen Huff of Charles Town, Libbyand Rev. Samuel Miller of Harpers 3 BR; l% baths; kitchen; dining room; living room: Woody Cameron and sons Jimmy and Ferry was a visitor recently with Mr. 3 fireplaces; full basement: fully insulated: heat Johnathan. and Mrs. Ralph ~]e. by oil or woodstove; city water & sewage On % Mrs. philip Creamer was among Brian Whitehair of Harpers Ferry I acre lot $no,ooo t those who attended a brunch at the was a visitor dm'ing the week with his j LOCUSTKNOLL-3BRhomew/3V I~Onopprox. t home of Mrs. Lacy Rice, Jr in Mar- grandmother ~. VsJ[l~a ~vel~. 17 acres. Formal dining room; LR; kitchen w/solid i, ttnsburg Thursday. ~Mr. andMrs. MarvinBrowningo~cherrycabinets:microwave ven ver/under:~| Carol DelColle attended tbe B~ue ~dge Ac~'e~ were vi~itor~ during ! fr~er/re~f~g"; dishw~her; Jenn'Air grill' c n~" ! pactor. Full, finished basement; hearth w/stove; Homecoming Game at Charles Town the week with Mr. and ~zrs. *~b~n laundry room w/washer & dryer; office; utility Junior High on Wednesday afternoon Piper. I room: family room; outbuilding: phot~ tacks/cable I with Tony and Michelle and she and,Mrs. Frances R0dgers and Reganhook-up thru entire home; central vac: gemerator: young Andrew attended the Halloween were visitors onTuesday withMr, and, water softener ~.0~e {II'[ partyat South Jeff--E,entary Mrs. Alridge St~uba of Jeff--,~ O~ORTU~rV 6S ~cr prey.- School in Mark's classro(~ on Friday Avenue, sly 8 unit neighborhood shopping center. U.S. Rt. t afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rndge~s and 9 (major highway), near Kearneysville oncl West Lisa Moler of Tuscawma Hills wasRe~ee ~ ]~Je were visitors ]J~st I of Charles Town. Blacktop parking lot. Need of t theovernight guest of Michelle on Fri- Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil II repair MAKE OFF~ t day and on Saturday the two girls Walling of HP~erstown, They all on" i COMMERCIAL - Large frame and block building, along with Mathew and Andrew and joyed going to the parade thee on (approx. 7,000 sq. ft.) with 2 baths: concrete floor: Mrs. Jackie Molerspent the day shop- Saturday evening. ping in Frederick, Md. Mrs. Debbie Hall and Somer andI oil heat; SEPTIC; public water. Very convenient location on State Rt. 340 North. $115,000. Soft 1 Michael Delcolle attended the Mrs. Marie Rodsers were visitors on i te.m. board meeting of the Catholic Corn- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain ~ November Office Hours: munity Services held in C'larksbu~ on ~ and Nornm Smoot and Brent Monday thr~ Friday 9 to 6; Saturday as the Eastern Panhandle and ~gan, Saturday 9 to 1; Sunday by appt. representative. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart of t Greetings are extolled to Carol Del- Dargan, Md were dinner guests on Colic who celebrated her birthday on Thursday with Mrs. Vanessa Sunday. The family took her out for Everlmrt. dinner. Mrs. Vanessa Everhart was a din- Kendall DeHaven son of Mr. andner guest on Sunday with Mr. ancl Mrs. Mrs. Lawrence DeHaven was homeJohn Whitehair and Brian of Harpers for the weekend from Old Dominion Ferry. t t O After Horn Call: Ge~e Piscitelli - Unda Halter. 724k0~t0 Ernie Martin - $ Dotty Flonnery - ~-27SII Liza McCraren - 876,44114 Doris Cooper - 72~-|2711