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k \ www.Journalpress.com THE JOURNAL Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016 7 An antiques collector in Northumberland County pur- chased this Regency sofa table many years ago, and the Sheraton chair more recently. The wood of the table Is mahogany, and the finish is original. The chair has an original faux finish with stenciled decoration. The seat is hand-caned, and in good condition. The sofa table often may be termed a tea table. It is an excellent example of the style and period, dating from the time of the Regency of Prince George, known as the Prince Regent (later King George IV), during the last 10 years of his father, George III's reign, 1820. That era was a time when tea had become the beverage of choice in Georgian Britain. The table with HENRY LANE its long dropleaves and narrow top surface would fit inconspicuously in HULL a great parlor, until such time in the late afternoon, that is, when it could be brought out, extended and used for serving either high or low tea. The tone of the wood confirms that the finish is original. My father bought a very similar table from Krupsaw's Old Antique House in Washington in 1956 for $100, but today this one is worth $450. In an cosmopolitan market such as New York, the price in a shop could be even higher. The Sheraton vase-splat chair dates from the same period, but is American, probably having been made in Pennsylvania. The term "vase-splat" refers to the shape of the back panel, which resembles the outline of a vase. The condition of the caning is the determining factor in setting a value, as hand-caning is an expensive proposi- tion today. Many caners charge $2 per hole, thus a chair this size could cost $200 to re-cane. Given its overall good condition, this chair is worth $90. The great value in both of these pieces is their original- ity. As with most furniture, condition is the key element in appraising value. Henry Lane Hull and his wife Lisa operate Common- wealth Antiques and Appraisals, Inc. at 5150 Jessie du- Pont Hwy. in Wicomico Church, VA. Write to him at P. O. Box 35, Wicomico Church, VA 22579 or e-mail ques- tions to henrylanehull@commonwealthantiques.com. Happy Antiquing! # 1-6-16-3 "Ely" Hound tri-color 2-3 y/o male #12-2-15-5 I Visit us at 11377 CITIZENS" WAY (OFF Rt 3 AT GOVERNMENT CENTER BLVD.) ] or visit http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/VA53.html for a complete listing I Anm,nFunp : m AT THE KING GEORGE .Ulllll. SHELTER 540-775-2120 This advertisement sponsored by PermaTreat Pest Control Call 775-2667 or 659-1111 for a Free Inspection! 8 am - 5 pm M-F Readin much more than mere escapism Many people are avid readers, feel- TERM BRAIN HEALTH. and dementia seemed to benefit ing that a good book remains the While readers engrossed in a great from the stimulation that mentally most entertaining form of escapism, book might only be worried about challenging activities produced. But reading provides more than just what's coming on the next page, the an opportunity to leave the daily benefits to reading are much more READING CAN HELP REDUCE grind behind, long-term than the next chapter. STRESS. While many people may read to Researchers at the Rush University Another big benefit of reading is immerse themselves in something Medical Center in Chicago found its relationship to stress. According other than a movie or a television that reading is one of a handful of to a 2009 study from researchers at show, they may not know about all mentally stimulating activities that the University of Sussex in England, the additional benefits they are en- can benefit brain health in old age. reading can reduce stress by up to 68 joying when cuddling up with a In their Rush Memory and Aging percent. In addition, reading might good book. Project, researchers examined nearly help relieve that stress even faster 300 elderly men and women, giving than other forms of stress relief be- . READING CAN IMPROVE BRAIN them tests of memory and think- cause it allows for a more immediate FUNCTION. ing throughout the final years of escape from the stress of daily life. A recent study from researchers their lives. When participants, who at Emery University discovered that were surveyed as to how often they READING CAN HELP YOU GET A reading a novel can improve brain engaged in mentally stimulating ac- MORE RESTFUL NIGHT'S SLEEP. function in various ways. During the tivities such as reading, passed away, According to the National Sleep study, researchers found that read- their brains were examined for signs Foundation, engaging in a calming ac- ing fiction improves connectivity in of Alzheimer's disease and dementia, tivity for an hour before going to bed the brain. In addition, reading fiction Researchers discovered that the par- can help your body wind down and improved readers' ability to put them- ticipants who engaged in mentally ready itself for sleep. Some people may selves in other peoples' shoes, which challenging activities most often had struggle to fall asleep after reading on might help them relate better to peo- slower rates of memory &dine. In an electronic device, such as a tablet pie in both the present and future, addition, even those who had symp- or e-reader, as the light that emanates toms of brain damage that are com- from such devices may be activating READING CAN BENEFIT LONG- monly associated with Alzheimer's the brain. If need be, stick to reading traditional print books and magazines Reading is not only a favorite ac- something that can before going to bed. tivity for many people, but it's also in myriad ways. benefit the body {}~)~i~) Dahlgren, lessthan2 hrs. 3 acres with new homeAvailable. 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No Build Out Cost! - 2 p.m. Lots of animals the courthouse. To apply ceramic tile, new central CBX Modular Homes Ready To Move In! Call are at the shelter - call please call (540) 775- h/ac., hardwood floors, $169,775. Call 804-443- (540) 775-6788 Sheila@ 804-462-7175. 5502. ufn inside recently renovated, 0710. 1/27p charlestoncobuilders. a rare find at $199,900. com. ufn-b ~ ~ France Real Estate 804- 333-3168 or 804-313- 5541.1/13p NORTHERN NECK - 5 MIN. FROM RT. 3. Richmond Co., Warsaw, VA. , 30 min. from Private Professional Offices From $350 Per Month. Larger Suites Presidential Primary Election Tuesday, March 1, 2016 DomocmU ProMflentlal Pfln~ary Republl~n Presidential Prlrnary Please verify your voter registration and polling place before Election Day! POLLS OPEN 6 e.m~7 p.m. Monday, February 8, 2016: Final day to register to vote or change your voter registration information for this election. Mailed voter registration applications must be sent to the Voter Registration and Elections Office postmarked on or before the deadline. In-Person/U~entae Voting J~5 - F-ellnJmy ~r'l, 201_6: In-Person Absentee Voting Monday-Friday, 9 am - 5 pm Sa~, February 27, 2016 - 9 a.m.-5 p.m. King George County Registrar's Office Revercomb Building Suite 102. 10459 Courthouse Dr. King George VA 22485 Final day to vote an In-Person absentee ballot at the Voter Registration and Elections Office Mall Absentee Voting 11u~,FebrullW23,20'l_6: Last dayto request an absentee ballot by mail. Applications must be received in the Voter Registration and Elections Office by 5 p.m. "1~, MaRfl1:1, 20'1_8: Election Day ALL Absentee voted ballots must be returned to the Voter Registration and Elections Office by 7 p.m. to be counted. Canvau of Beetlon Wedl~, March 2, 2016: The King George County Electoral Board will meet at 10:00 am at the Office of the General Registrar & Electoral Bd to Canvass the March 1, 2016 Presidential Primary. 10489 Courthouse Dr. Sub 102 Klr~ George VA 22485 Lorrie Gump, Director of Elections and Voter Registration PO Box 1359 King George VA 22485 Telephone: 540-775-9186 Fax: 540-775-4852 1/13/2016 Call Lori at 540-709- 7495 for: all your personal and business printing needs Wendys Feline Friends. Cats and kittens for adoption. Many different colors and ages. All fixed with rabies shot. See pics at westmoreland. petfinder.org. For more information call Wendy 804-224-1079 Colonial Beach Village MOVE-IN SPECIAL First Month's Rent Free If Moved in by "~ February 1st, 2016 Call our office ~ '~; 804-224-9496 or stop by at 343 12th Street ffl Colonial Beach, VA 22443 Offide Hours: 1~ Monday - 10:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m. Every other Monday 8:30am -5:30pro Tuesday - Thursday 8:30am -S:30pm Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. This institution is an equal ([F...~ opportunity provider and ernployer NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING KING GEORGE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS The King George County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing begin- ning at 6:15 p.m., on Tuesday, January 19, 2016, in the Robert H. Combs Board Room of the Revercomb Administration Building, 10459 Courthouse Drive, King George, Virginia 22485. Case Number :~5-1.1.-Z03: Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Article 8, Chesa- peake Bay Preservation Area Overlay Zoning District in order implement modifications required due to Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) becoming lead agency in Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area regulations and for consistency with Article 13, Stormwater Management, King George County Zoning Ordinance. Special Exception Request 15-12-E0~ Request by Richard and Jennifer Dulin for an additional dwelling attached to or within the main structure on Tax Map 33, Parcel 136B, per Section 2.3.3.1, King George County Zoning Ordinance. Documents related to the above cases are available for public inspection during the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Department of Com- munity Development, King George County Revercomb Administration Building, 10459 Courthouse Drive, King George, Virginia. The public is invited to attend the above scheduled hearings and to express their views on the above cases. Those who are un- able to attend the public hearings may submit their comments in writing to the Director of Community Development, 10459 Courthouse Drive, Suite 104, King George, Virginia 22485, prior to the scheduled hearings. By Order of theKing George County Board of Supervisors 1/6/16, 1/13/16 KING GEORGE COUNTY SERVICE AUTHORITY JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Utilities Maintenance Mechanic Salary Range: $25,951 to $42,300 The King George County Service Authority is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Utilities Maintenance Mechanic. Starting salary DOQ. Applications may be obtained from the King George County Administrator's Office, 10459 Courthouse Drive, Suite200,(540-775-9181)oronlineat " - . Forspeciflcinformation related to job duties and requirements, please visit the County's web site listed above or call the King George County Service Authority at (540) 775-2746. Applications will be acceptBd until poeitlon Is tilled. King George County is an EOE. 1/13/2016 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Alfred R. Hales has requested authorization to install two (2) riparian mooring buoys, four (4) 30-foot riprap spurs, approximately 490 cubic yards of beach nourishment, an osprey pole, and a 330 linear foot locust log and oys- ter shell bag Sill, adjacent to property situated along Upper Machodoc Creek at 7115 Kitchen Point Road in King George County. Send comments/inquiries within 15 days to: Marine Resources Commission, Habitat Management Division, 2600 Washington Avenue, 3rd Floor, Newport News, Virginia 23607. 1/13/2016 We a re pledged to the letter and spirit of Virginia's Policy for achieving equal hous- ing opportunity throughout the Commonwealth. We encourage and support advertising and marketing programs in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status, or handicap. All real estate advertised herein is subject to Virginia's fair housing law which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status, or handicap or intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination." This newspaperwill not knowingly accept advertising for real estate that violates the fair housing law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. For more information or to file a housing complaint call the Virginia Fair Housing Office at (804) 367-8530. Toll free call (888) 551-3247. For the hearing impaired call (804) 367-9753. 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