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r'IRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1988 / Events Planned left, and Jan Bender, of The Village Green Shop in are responsible for decorating the Shepherd College for the annual Millbrook Christmas concert on mlcert and the preceding stew 'n chili supper at the Club will benefit the Millbrook Orchestra's at $5 each are available through the Miilbrouk of- s tickets are $I for the concert and 82 for the sup- b.m. and the supper precedes from 5 to 7 p.m. left, and Polly Hume confer on last minute n chili supper prior to the concert. Schramm is Auxiliary and Hume, along with Jean Dillard, is co- begins with the orchestra, conducted Zimmerman and assisted by Stephen Futrell g four Christmas pieces. They will be followed slc of the Shepherd College Choir. Departing from the usual pattern, there then will come a very special by Guy Frank, for whom the center in occur is named. Before the orchestra's grand will be invited to join the choir in singing some the words to which will be printed on the program. CHEEZUM PANELIST Lloyd Waters keynote address on "Crime and Justice" at a public con- Parole Of- vocation at the Shepherdstown 23rdJudicial Presbyterian Church, 100 West Jr. Washington Street, Thursday, Direc- December 1, 7:30 p.m. who will s Warden SALE ! :00 p.M. Month """ bed month I EJ L :i.dsof CATTLE SALE- _ Wednesday, December 7 &L 7:30 P.M. IANGI  ,ved f.m, o:oo a.m. a FOUR STATES LIVESTOCK 0; , Hagerstown, Md. call (301) 733-8120 , ;LIC AUCTION DAy, DECEMBER 15, 1988 At 11:00 A.M. At Martinsburg, West Virginia on the Site of CENTENNIAL FRUIT, INC. of real estate containing 3.68-acres with grading and packing room cold storage (90,000 bushels), all operating sale. Public water and sewer. Located II (exit 16W) near General Motors plant. 80 MD and Washington, D.C. A multi-purpose (32,000-sq.-ft.). Being sold subject to a lease which expires AUGUST 1,1989. inspection prior to date of sale, Johnson, plant manager, 1-304.267.2416. detailed Information write or call , P.O. Box 467, Martinsburg, WV, 25401, 1-31-267-2958. 10% down on day of sale, balance due in 45 of deed, possession at time of closing. WV Lic. No. 1911-89 CENTENNIAL FRUIT, INC. I III 711 2/1  8/3-T MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-8678 Adeline Oden was the Thursday visitor of her mother, Mrs. Eva Bell. Verna Ott spent last week with her friend, Jackie Jewell, and Per parents, Charles and Fay Jewell, Mission Road. Robbie Kidwell, Darke Lane, spent Friday and Saturday night with his grandparents, Philip and Adeline Oden. David and Linda Dillow, Walnut Grove, were Sunday morning visitors of the latter's mother, Ludelle Ott and Susan. Patisha Shirey, Bolivar Court, spent Wednesday night with Pauline Ott. Sunday evening visitors of Philip and Adeline Oden were Marsha Kidwell and Robbie, Darke Lane, and Tony and Lisa Chicchirichi, Leetown Road. Amber Hahn, Brunswick, Md., Sam- my Oden and Pauline Ott were Sunday evening visitors of Ludelle Ott and Susan. Those having birthdays this month are Sammy Oden, November 26; Kathy Viands, November 27, and Sherry Rinker, November 28. Happy birthday. Adeline Oden was a Friday visitor of her daughter, Marsha Kidwell, Darke Lane. Congratulations to Martin and Kathy Viands, November 26; Dale and Vicky Harding, November 28, and to Charles and Velma Penwell, all celebrating wedding anniversaries November 17. Janice Carper, Ranson, and Brian Reed, were Sunday visitors of Charles and Velma Penwell. Sammy Oden was a Friday night visitor of his sister, Pauline Ott. Rocky Rinker, Bolivar Court, spent Wednesday night with his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rinker, John Brown Farm. Patisha Shirey, Bolivar Court, was a Tuesday night guest of Pauline Ott. Brent Adams, Charles Town, was a Wednesday night guest of Bill Oden. Verna Ott spent last weekend with her grandmother, Ludelle Ott and Susan. Wednesday, visitors of Charles and Velma Penwell, were Janice Carper, Delores Reed and Chrissy. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Ludelle Ott and Susan, were Joey and Sandy Ott, Flowing Springs Road; David and Linda Dillow and Michael, Walnut Grove; Gene and Diane Kerns, Pauline Ott, Ricky Ott, Deana Souers and Devan, Verna Ott, Randy Ott, Jr., and Jessie Dillow. Frank and Carolyn Cooper spett last weekend at their trailer at Four Winds, Fredericksburg, Va. Joan Rollison was a Friday visitor of her Aunt Mabel Wilt, Chestnut Hill. Linda Mahoney, Oakland Terrace, and her mother, Dorothy Dillow, shop- ped in Winchester Friday. Pauline Ott, Patisha Shirey, Adeline Oden and I)evan Ott were Wednesday evening visitors of Marsha Kidwell and Robbie, Darke Lane. Bridget Rollison, Chestnut Hill, spent Thursday night with Candy and Thea Turner and Mr. and Mrs/ Richard Turner, Grapes Trailer Park. Janice Carper was a Saturday visitor of Brenda Ramsburg and Velma Renee. Tony and Lisa Chicchirichi, Sarah Chicchirichi, David and Marsha Kidwell and Robbie, and Pauline Ott were supper guests of Philip and Adeline Oden Thanksgiving Day. Happy birthday to Sharon Ott, November 24, and Frankie Cooper, November 25. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Donald and Esther Oden, Engle, were Donna Woodward, Robert and Scott, Fox Glen; and Frank and Margaret Oden, April and Amber. Bridget Rollison, Chestnut Hill, was a Friday guest of grandmother and step-grandmother, Virginia and Eugene Wilt, Park View Trailer Park. Stephanie Burch, Walnut Grove, spent Monday and Wednesday night with Tracey Ott. Johnny and Linda Mahoney, Brent and Todd Jenkins, Oakland Court; Blake Jenkins, Shenandoah Junction; Ronnie Dillow, Jr., and Karen Drum- mond and Ronnie Ill, Shannondale, were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Perry and Dorothy Dillow. Jane Kuhn is a patient in Washington County (Md.) Hospital. She is scheduled to have surgery Wednesday. Marsha Kidwell and Adeline Oden spent Tuesday at Williamsburg Pot- tery shoppery. Robbie Kidwell spent Monday night and Tuesday with his grandparents, David and Lillie Kidwell, Charles Town. Sherman and Dorothy Grove, Bruce and Keith, Silver Grove; Brian and Kim Grove and Amanda, Mannings; Louise Howell and Danny Ridgely, Hostler Road, were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Danny and Sharon Ott, Tracey, Shannon and Daniel. Joan Rollison, Bridget and Trevor, Chestnut Hill, were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Eugene and Virginia Wilt and Carlton, Park View Trailer Court. Frank Cooper, Sr., was a Thanksgiv- PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY;, DECEMBER 3, 1988 Beginning at 10:00 A.M. LOCATION: 314 E. Liberty St., Charles Town, W. Va. Having sold my home, I will sell -- Walnut record cabinet; walnut swivel office chair; pecan hutch; marble-top dresser; 4-pc. bedroom suite; cedar ward- robe; piano stool; pecan dining table & 4 chairs; small desk; Captain's chair; entertainment center; single bed: Gibson re- frigerator; sofa; occasional chairs; 4 folding chairs; small corner cabinet; 2 utility cabinets; Maytag wringer-washer; MW oven- broiler-rotisserie; bookcase; mahogany sewing cabinet; maple chair; walker; Singer sewing machine; MW oil space heater (new); electric oil filled radiators; step-stool; buffet; magazine rack; floor lamp; Bissel shampooer; books; bed linens; milk can; typewriter; desk files; pictures; frames; mirrors; kitchen utensils; china & glassware including - 9 Hummel figurines (8-pre 1950); 2 Norman Rockwell figurines; mustache cup; Capodimonte tureen & vase; Rockwell portrait dish; set of 1847 Rogers silveplate (service for 8); silver money clock; jewelry & coin iewelry; Keepsake diamond wedding band set; Keepsake Stadire .45-pt. diamond solitaire (appraisal furnished day of sale); records; furs; some tools; 2 tape recorders; and other articles far too numerous to list. Roger E. CIIpp Auctioneers: Paul E. Miller, Jr., W,V. Lic. 183-88 Cash or checks with proper IO Nelson B. Robinson, Jr., W.V. Uc.-123 Luncheon rights reserved erks - Furr, Furr N|bert. !1//24 PUBLIC SALE Wo will sell the following Rothwell Orchard and Form Equipment located off Route 9 East of Martinsburg, WV. From the KeQmeysvllle traffic light, go towards Leetown I mile. Sale on left. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1988 At 10:00 A.M. 990 David Brown w/power steering approx. 2600-hrs., Glad- den front fork w/side shift, Ferguson 30 (burnt), Ferguson 30 (very nice), Ferguson 20, 800 Ford D w/power steering w/front fords - side shift, 800 Ford w/loader, 1970 International 1600 truck w/18-ft, bed (excellent), 1973 GMC 3/4-ton pick-up w/- camper top, 1970 Dodge 100 pick-up, International truck w/Beam pressure sprayer w/S00-gal, wooden tank, GMC truck w/500 gallon supply tank and pump, Chev. supply truck w/S00-gal. tank, 1965 2-ton Ford diesel truck w/18-ft, bed, 1979 Toyota pick-up (needs body work), 1955 Mercury Car, 2 flat wagons, 451 NH 9-ft. mower, Myers front end hydro blade, 3 pallet movers, Beam sprayer w/S00-gal, tank and 357 Oeutz engine (less than 1-yr. old), 1-Hydra ladders, Massy Ferguson mower, Lilly 3-pt. spreader, Henry fork lift, 2 Girrett pruners (1 parts), 501 Ford mower w/9-ft, cut, 2 bottom deer born plow, 3-pt. hitch woodsaw, spray boom, 16-ft. truck cattle racks, apple grader, springtooth harrow, anvil, hand pruner, hand tools, apple crates, baskets, elec. motors, basket turners, air compressor, diesel fuel tank, 5-ft. bushhog, trailer on Dodge frame, 8-ft. scraper blade, International pull type disc, 2 high volume water pumps (trailer style), pallets, 400 22-bu. apple bins, plastic mouse bait traps, conveyor track, box staples, oil tanks, platform scales, picking buckets, 3 staple machines, Myers PTO sprayer w/l10-gal, tank, cab for David Brown, drums, 2 bagging machines, drill press, lift, pallets, truck en- gines, furniture, household items, air conditioners, pots, pans and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK. NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. ID REQUIRED TO ACQUIRE A BIDDING NUMBER. HOLLIS - LAWMAN SALES AND SERVICE, INC. ROTHwELL ORCHARDS AUCTIONEER: EDGAR A. BOHRER, WV LIC. No. 18 (304) 2-SS NOT ItESPONSIBL! FOR ACCIDENTS ON PREMISES ./s4n.r LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED 21 ing Day dinner guest of his son and daughter-in-law, Frank, Jr., and Carolyn Cooper, Pare and Scott. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Appell, Mission Road, were Violet Jewell, Charles and Fay Jewell and Jackie, and Billy Jones, Leesburg, Va. Susan Ott was a Saturday visitor of Kathy Mose and family, Charles Town. Martin and Kathy Viands, Chestnut Hill, were visitors of the latter's parents, Millard and Ruby Ott. Dorothy Dillow was a Friday night guest visitor of Johnny and Linda Mahoney, Oakland Heights. Shannon Ott was a Tuesday and Wednesday guest of her friend, Dana Cogle and family, Hostler Road. Jennifer Amlin spent Friday with Frank and Carolyn Cooper and family. Joan Rollison and Bridget, were Sunday visitors of Pat and Janice Hostler. Dorothy Stone, Pine Grove, Va., was a visitor of her mother, Mae Detrick. Robbie Kidwell spent Friday and Saturday night with his grandparents, Philip and Adeline Oden. Lee and Joan Rollison, Bridget and Trevor, were Sunday visitors of Frank and Carolyn Cooper, Pam and Scott. Joyce Hibbitts and Stacey, Harpers Ferry Mountain Club; Carolyn Cooper and Scott and Jerry Ott were Sunday visitors of Pat and Janice Hostler and Bruce. Perry and Dorothy Dillow were Sun- day night visitors of Johnny and Lin- da Mahoney, Oakland Terrace. David and Marsha Kidwell and Rob- bie were Sunday evening visitors of Philip and Adeline Oden. Sunday visitors of Ludelle Ott and Susan were David and Linda Dillow, Ricky Ott and Devan and Pauline Ott. Diane Cline, Brandy, Brook and Jason, were visitors of her mother, Mary Johnston at the Bloomery. Ronnie Dillow, Jr., Karen Drum- mond and Ronnie, Jr., were Sunday dinner guests of Perry and Dorothy Dillow. Tony and Lisa Chicchirichi were Sunday night visitors of the latter's parents, Philip and Adeline Oden. Deana Souers and I)evan were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of her mother, Janice Souers and sons, Ranson. Randy Ott, Jr., spent several days with his grandmother, Ludelle Ott and Susan. Robert Penwell is a patient in Win- chester (Va.) Medical Center. Bruce and Tammy Longerbeam, Samantha and Jason, Orchard Hills, were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Todd and Sherry Rinker, Patisha and Rocky, Bolivar Court. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to my uncle and aunt, Glen and Bertha and family for the tragic death of their son, Steven. Patisha Shirey spent Saturday night with Pauline Ott. Pauline Ott and Ludelle Ott were shoppers in Hagerstown Saturday. Patisha Shirey and Rocky Rinker spent Saturday with their uncle and aunt, Sam, Jr., and Julia Oden. Julia aden was a Saturday night caller of Pauline Ott. David and Linda Dillow were Sun- day morning visitors of the farmer's mother, Jessie Dillow. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Pauline Adams were Devonna Hess, Vincent Hough, and Shelby Adams and Brent. Amber Hahn and Sammy Oden were Thanksgiving Day guests of Todd and Sherry Rinker, Patisha and Rocky. Rocky Rinker spent Saturday night with his grandparents, Richard and Gloria Rinker. Those on the sick list and need your prayers are Janie Kuhn, Ruby Ott, Mabel Wilt, Myrtle Wilt, Mae Detrick and Martha Ott. Parents Of Twins Will Sell Trees The Shenandoah Valley Parents of Twins Club will not have a monthly meeting for December. However, the club will be selling freshly cut white pine Christmas trees December 17, at Jay's Automotive, on Route 9 in Rauson from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The next scheduled club activity is the annual Christmas party and cookie exchange December 18, at the Nor- thwestern Workshop located on Smithfield Avenue in Winchester, Va., from 2 to 4 p.m. The club is open to all parents, grandparents and legal guardians of twins and multiple births. For further information call either Sandy Dougherty, 725-5131, or Georgia Gessler, 725-1839. _ J "hree individual shops _ _...-- 10% Or M0re OFF! #00..00Gatyrs Antiques kg, qL%l NEW FURNITURE AT OUTLET PRICES! OAK FURNITURE-- USED FURNITURE DEPRESSION GLASS--COLLECTI BLES Mon. Thru Frl. 10-5 110 W. Liberty Street WV Don.Ph0nes-T0uch Imm.. S0cks.T-shirts 3!2 l.MIIdPed IlL, Charles Town 720-0296' (toss ton whmoe's 8etl SOMETHING FOg EVIEIIYONI. 111 EAST 3RD AVENUE Odde & End= 725-2939 RANSON, WV 25438 t of I Valuable Real Estate and . 0 Personal Property | We will sell the following located at 1,51 Trimble Ave., Martlnsburg, W.Va. i $ (Just off Warm Springs Ave.) "  j SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1988 t j Sale begins at 10:00 A.M. | i Frigidaire dbl. door Frost-Free refrigerator; S-pc. D.R. Suite; I/ 4 drawer filing cabinet; 2 Blood Pressure kits; 2 stethoscopes; i 3-pc. L.R. Suite; R.C.A. Color T.V.; 5-pc. breakfast set; 2-pc. O L.R. Suite; Moytog outo. wosher & dryer; slate-top regulotion J size pool toble; maple single bed 8, dresser; 2 hall trees; 4-pc. | i Lime ook B.R. Suite; stereo; coffee & end tables; desk; elec. j fon-, elec. heoter', dehumidifier., elec. sewing mochine', 2 mople_ v I chairs; Iown chairs; floor lamps; folding cot bed linens; dishes; J pots, pans, other kitchen orticles; vise; drill press; ext. cords; l j tool chest; elec. grinder; anvil; levels; saws; hommers; clamps; | I bars; trimmers; digging iron, lot of other tools. | | New Statesmon 11-H.P..32-in. riding lawn mower; 3 power | mowers- Rote-tiller, wheelbarrow. 0' : 198S Chevrolet 4-door Cavalier Auto - Like New. J REAL ESTATE  ,I O At 12 noon the following Real Estate will be offered for sale. t I Nice lot known for Postoi Purposes os158 Trimble Ave., im- I proved by a 2 B.R. Brick residence with L.R., D.R., Kitchen, full basement, floored attic, elec. baseboard heat, city water, city t sewer. Fireplace in basement, 2 car brick garage w/eiec., | garage door. i TEPJ ON PERSONAL PROPERTY" Cash on day OF sale. Nothing to be removed until settled for. NOT mPONS/BUf SOft ACCIDENTS. TERMS ON REAL ESTATE: 10% down o'n day of sale. Balance O 30-days upon delivery of deed. Possess|on at time of O The Old National Bank O Executor for the Estate " 0 of Glenville L. Underdonk AUCTIONEER: Edward "Ned" Morrow, Uc. No. 19g-119 I  CLERK: Charles E. Ware ll/ln.t