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6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -Thursday, November 12, 1998 FINANCIAL SECURITY FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW to CDS Showing off their new computer equipment, from left, are Country Day School seventh grad- ers Amber McInturff, Pere Herlinger, Jake Padgett, Katie Crawford, Mohit Dayal and Cara Folk. The Country Day School of Jef- CDS Computer teacher Tammy time, providing more flexibility ferson County recently received a Hawkins commented on the excit- and options. We are most appre- donation of 25 Dell 486 Computer ing day when the truckload of ciative of the generosity from systems from the Federal Energy$79,126.97 worth of computer FERC, and were so very pleased to Regulator Commission (FERC)in equipment arrived, "Our students have been selected to receive Washington, D.C. As recipient of helped unload the truck, and the these." this tremendous windfall to the Last spring, John Buranich, schools computer lab, they will be atmosphere reminded me of whose daughter is in her tenth adding color monitors, and key-Christmas morning. This will year at CDS, contacted the school boards to the individual class-double our currentcomputercapa- about the availability of excess rooms as well as the dedicated lab bilities, and allow our students to computers from the Federal En- facility, increase their computer accessergy Regulatory Commission, lo- Property Transactions Tommy B. Lipscomb, Charles Town, to Dan Ryan Builders, Inc $274,500. Thomas F. Hahn, Et A1, Shep- herdstown, to Carmen E. McPherson, $165,000. Donna F. Pierce, Kabletown, to Cheryle Joamna Rapattoni, $135,000. David M. Kidwell, Jr Et A1, Ranson Corp to James B. Smith, Et A1, $87,000. Robbie R. Roberts, Ranson Corp to Melvin E. Ford, Et A1, $75,000. John F. Mercer, Et A1, Charles Town, to Ronald C. Lowe, Et A1, $44,000. James Scott Henry, Middleway, to John L. Smith, Et A1, $96,800. Charles S. Ruble, Et A1, Charles Town, to Zachary Homes, L.L.C $145,000. Zachary Homes, L.L.C Charles Town, to Melvin Cliser, $135,000. Steven M. Jones, Charles Town, Robin D. Rhoades, $104,000. HLM Developers, L.L.C Charles Town, to F. Joseph Glotzbach, Et A1, $221,760. Advantage Homes, L.L.C Charles Town, to Suzanne Jones, $121,250. James B. Crawford, III- Trustee, Ranson Corp to Judy Ann King, $30,000. David G. Trail, Et A1, Harpers Ferry, to Jeffrey S. McDonald, Et AI, $180,000. B. C. Partners, Inc Charles Town, to Donald N. Cross, $26,236.99. Dawn M. Clavey, Middleway, to James Stier, Et A1, $113.300. Thomas Hagler, Et A1, Kable- town, to Sharon M. Durham, Et A1, $74,500. Mark A. Smith, Charles Town, to Christopher Charles Puppos, Et A1, $150,100. Dan Ryan Builders, Inc Charles Town, to Michael L. Bohrer, $168,176. Dan Ryan Builders, Inc Charles Town, to Daniel P. Shan- non, $140,968. Paul L. Jackson, Et A1, Kable- town, to Christopher Lukasiak, $142,700. Charles G. Smith, Jr Et Al, Kabletown, to Roger H. Dailey, Et A1, $180,000. Daniel B. Porch, Charles Town, to Torrance Richardson; $94,200. Martin L. Miller, Kabletown, to Randall J. Jacques, Et A1, $13,000. Brenda S. Pierson - AIF for Catherine M. Staubs, Charles Town Corp to Carole A. Glotfelty, $47,000. Ray E. Walls, ETA1, Middleway, to Roy F. Dick, Et A1, $10,000. HLM Developers, LLC Charles Town, to Dan Ryan Build- ers, Inc $70,000. F & M National Corp Charles Town, to HLM Developers, LLC $52,000. Agnes Tripodi, Harpers Ferry, to Joseph M. Eckmeyer, $500. William C. Snelson - DBA Twin Oaks Construction, Middleway, to Donald G. Meyer, Et A1, $144,900. Dan Ryan Builders, Inc Harp- ers Ferry, to Jeffrey W. Schultz, $139,000. Russell S. Quinn, Et A1, Shep- herdstown, to Craig Fricke, Et A1, $153,000. Elizabeth A. Watts, Et A1, Charles Town, to Zane K. Leeth, Et A1, $51,000. Hy-Crest, Kabletown, to Dwayne Johnson, Et A1, $20,000. Kevin J. Morarity, Charles Town, to Erik C. Morrison, $104,900. Milton C. Cook, Et Al, Charles Town Corp to Charles G. Smith, Et A1, $109,000. Olive N. Lance, Ranson Corp to Robin S. Dillow, $74,000. Wilcom Homes, Inc Harpers Ferry, to David C. Lippert, Et A1, $187,048. David W. Gwinn, Kabletown, to Benjamin D. Trimmer, Et A1, $150,000. Dan Ryan Builders, Inc Harp- ers Ferry, to Robert W. Beane, Et A1, $265,084. Dan Ryan Builders, Inc Charles Town, to Carmello Diaz, Jr ETA1, $125,850. HLM Develoeprs, LLC Charles Town, to Dimaio-Harrison LLC $70,000. William R Shiflett, Jr Middle- way, to James A. Breeden, Jr Et AI, $28,000. I1||" I II II III III II rWhen the smoke clears, call JMH OFFERS SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAM Want to stop smoking but need a little help? The American Lung Association's Freedom From Smoking program will be offered at Jefferson Memorial Hospital beginning Wednesday, November 18 at 7 p.m. in the third floor classroom. Just in time for the Great American Smokeout, the eight-week course will be held one evening a week at the hospital. Class size is limited to 16 indi- viduals. The fee for the course is $35 per person. For more infor- mation or to register, call the hospital's cardiopulmonary de partment at 728-1615. for life. Wttm Nationwide offers a complete portfolio of life insurance products and services to meet your protection and investment needs. Call us today. Tom Jones 300 W. Washington St. Charles Town 725-3434 NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nlmlionwi lt I$ On your tide Na~ l~ua~ Insurance Company and h$iated Companies Home Off~: One Nationv~de Plaza, Columbus, OH 43216 Nationvade" is a registered federa sew~ce mark o( N~imwdde Mutu~ Insurance Company. ,Fire, Smoke and Water Restoration Experts Deodorizing Sanitizing Contents Cleaning, Fire Restoration Dwelling Repairs, Flood & Water Restoration Duraclean by Fritts Charles Town, WV I ling II I I I 55 years cleaning & restoration experience II II I II II cated in the building in which he parent, Mr. E. Hapgood, to pick up "This is a classic works. The school promptly putin the computers. Professionally government anl a formal request for the computers wrapped in plastic and placed on sector working and heard nothing for six months, wood pallets, they arrived safely efit our children. Several weeks ago the phone call at The Country Day School, where The Country Day came acknowledging that the they were unloaded by the eagervolved in this school had been selected to receive 7th grade students, and continue start, and play the equipment. Within a week, a to be installed gradually through- part in the U-haul truck was rented and out the school, can't thank them driven to D.C. by another CDS Headmaster Tony Wilson said involvement." WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN A CHURCH? A A Bible Believing Church? A Positive Faith Message Church? A Church On the Move? A Family-Oriented Church ? A Church With Vibrant Praise & Worship ? A Church That Reaches Out to All Ages? A Church That Believes in the hnminent Return of Christ (Rapture)? Church Where the Pastor Excerts His Authority & Anointing in Praying for A Church With 24-Hour Pra Available For You? THEN YOU NEED NOT LOOK ANY FURTHER BECAUSE YOU HA VE FOUND THAT WORD OF FAITH TABERNACLE, ~, Road in Keameysville, WV. We know THAT you will want to visit and worship with us, therefore, ~i listed a schedule of just some of the things that take place here at Word of Faith Tabernacle. Sunday School (for all ages) l O:OO a.m. Sunday Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Toddler 's/Children's Church 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship & Evangelistic Service 7:00p.m. Nursing Home Service (1~t & ~a 3 Sundays) 3:00p.m. Tuesday Morning Ladies Prayer : 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Evening Worship/Youth Church 7.'30p.m. Friday Evening Men "s Prayer 9:30 p. m. We preach a full gospel for the whole man; salvation for the lost; healing for the sick, and deliverancei and all addictions. Our ministerial staff includes the Pastor and Co-Pastor along with whom you can reach on a 2,l-hour basis, We have a very active youth group, a drama team, prison ministry, nursing home ministry, choir and special singing ministry. You can look us (~) or e-mail (Pa$Colev'ntreoia~net) or phone us at 304-725-6185, 304-724-1007 0797. We look forward to meeting and worshipping with you this week! God bless you! Drama Ministry Debut, Friday, November 13`h at 7:00p.m.; Miracle Service, Sunday, November 15th at 10:45 a.m.; Rev. Wally Justis, a native from South Africa, will be with us ministering in the Wednesday, December 2"d, at 7:30p.m. Has An Offer Too Good To Refuse II O Fee O O of Any Service The Performing Arts Series at Shepherd (PASS) presents the quartet Chatham Baroque. Formerly known as the Pittsburgh Early Music Ensemble, the group performs 17th- and 18th-century music played on period instru- ments. The group includes Julie Andrijeski and Emily Davidson, baroque violin;Patricia Halverson,viola de gamba; and Scott Pauley, lute and theorbo. Friday, November 13 8 p.m. Reynolds Hall Shepherd College Tickets: $ I 0, general public; $7, Shepherd faculty/staff and senior citizens; and $5, non-Shepherd students. Call Shepherd's Information Desk at 304/876-5497. This is a variable rate account. Interest is compounded and credited monthly, using Balance Method. Rates are adjusted on a weekly basis. Call for current Annual Yield and Interest Rate. Check printing charges vary depending on quantity and style WE'RE 'CONNECTED TO OUR COMMUNITY THROUGH SERVICE & WE WANT TO BE YOUR FULL SERVICE BANK Come In and See The Local Folks at Bank of Charles Town Route 9 Kearneysville, WV 25430 876-2563 111 E. Washington St. Charles Town, WV 25414 MEMBER of F.D.I.C. 725"8431 1318 Washin Harpers FULL SERVICE BANK