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1 0 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 12,1978 All Ki-nds Of People Read The North Jefferson PTA Monthly Meeting The North Jefferson Elementary School will hold their regularly scheduled PTA meeting January 16 at 7:30 p.m. The program will be given by the teachers of the Special Education Department. Those teachers are Karen Young, Special Ed; Loretta Krogstad, Reading ESAA; Carole Russler, Special Math. We especially urge all parents with children in the Special Ed classes to attend, so that they may understand the importance of this program. The school levy is up for a vote again on February 10. It is very much needed to benefit our children. So, please go out and vote yes for the levy. James L. L0uthan Is C0mmissi0n Candidate Kabletown District Announcement was made Monday by James L. Louthan, of Shady Grove Farm, Rippon, that he has filed as a candidate for the Jefferson County Com- mission from the Kabletown District. In making the announcement Mr. Louthan says he has lived in Jefferson County for the past 17 years, which he considers the best years of his life. He said in filing for the office, this move is not intended as a vendetta against any incumbent Com- missioner, but as an effort to maintain and improve the life quality, economy and en- vironment of Jeffe.rson County citizens. He said "I enter this challenge of our Democratic system with an open mind and no vested special interests. Whether the results are victory or defeat, I shall receive satisfaction for having par- ticipated". rVVVVVVVv VV    HOSPITAL NOTES %%%%%%%%%%" Patients admitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital January 3 through January 9 included: Hazel Nelson, Shepherdstown. Bridget Schoppert, Hedgesville. Martha Strider, Charles Town. Charles Bagent, Bunker Hill. Frederic Bowers, Kear- neysville. Debra Ann Dalgo, Charles Town. Garnett Foulks, Charles Town. Betty Hough, Charles Town. Elsie Maye, Charles Town. Edith Ingram, Harpers Ferry. Charles Gardner, Kear- neysville. Warren Costello, Halltown. Sadie Milton, Charles Town. Charles Smith, Ranson. Serta Perfect Sleeper* Built to give the best combination of comfort and firm support! Many exclusive new design T,,,, features distribute body weight better, provide important firm back support, give stronger edges for more sleeping space. The SIEm'LIW lovely damask cover is =,,,= thickly quilted for a truly s,,,o,,,o,co, luxurious sleeping surface. For extra value and lasting quality see the Perfect Sleeper. TWIN SIZE FULL SIZE QUEEN SIZE KING SIZE ea pc ea pc 2-pc set 3-pc set ALL MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS ON SALE SAVE AS MUCH AS $200.00 A SET J. RUSSELL FRITTS & SON, INC. Dial 725.55T 1 . 309 W. Washington Charles Town, West Va. Town. Arthur Andrews, Ranson. David Alger, Ranson. William Eagle, Charles Town. Ann Dunn, Harpers Ferry. Marian Richardson, Harpers Ferry. Margaret Lynch, Ranson. Betty Eusey, Charles Town. Francis Welch, Ranson. Robert Vaughan, Silver Spring, Md. Clyde Luckett, Charles Town. Richard Dinges, Ranson. James Johnson, Kear- neysville. Helen Hummer, Charles Town. Esther Hafner, Kearneysville. Bessie Hahn, Brownsville, Md. Ruth Arthur, Charles Town. Ruth Swartz, Berryville, Va. Omer Cornell, Kearneysville. Ashby Mongold, Moorefield, W. Va. Grace Petre, Harpers Ferry. Floyd Davis, Charles Town. E!izabeth Barton, Rippon. Shannon Langley, Kear- neysville. Faye Fauble, Knoxville, Md. Russell Miller, Charles Town. Manuel Medina, Harpers Ferry. Sherry Greenfield, Brunswick, ' Md. Evelyn Haines, Harpers Ferry. Helen Barr, Charles Town. Katherine Psillas, Charles Town. Harry Mumaw, Charles Town. Harmon Roper, Charles Town. Frances Boyd, Ranson. Georgia Grove, Bunker Hill. Sharon Dodson, Charles Town. Linda Costello, Charles Town. Robert Thompson, Ranson. Barbara Donivan, Charles Town. Betty Parkinson, Mar- tinsburg. Harry Rideoutt, Charles BIRTHS I Town. Mr. and Mrs. Cliffordl Kimberley Jones, Charles Parkinson, Martinsburg, a son I t Girts, Four Boys Captured Awards.l BOyS FinishedFifth; Eight Local ALL ARE POT NTIAL HagerstownYMCAGirlsWin The Haerstown YMCA girls Benner earned 2rid place medals in the butterfly, freestyle and CUSTOMERS ADV-E-R'TI SE TODAY swim team won the girls division of the annual Frederick Relay Carnival for the 4th consecutive year on January 7. The Hagerstown boys team minus several swimmers finished in 5th place in the six- team field. The Hagerstown squad captured the second place point trophy overall in the day long competition held at the Frederick YMCA. The girls team amassed 314 points to easily out-distance Chambersburg, York, Frederick, Cumberland, and Waynesboro while the boys team tallied 136 points and edged Waynesboro for 5th place. Four local boys captured awards in the meet. Prep Larry Reed earned a Ist place medal in the breastroke relay, a 2nd place medal in both the medley and freestyle relays, and a 4th place ribbon in the coed freestyle relay. Senior division member Matt Meyers captured a 2nd place medal in both the medley and breastroke relays and a 3rd place medal in the coed freestyle relay. He also earned a 4th place ribbon in the backstroke relay. Senior Tad Carper woo a 2nd place medal in the breastroke relay. Jim Rhodes took a 4th place ribbon in the senior backstroke relay and a 5th place ribbon in the butterfly relay. Eight area girls participated in the meet and all brought home ribbons or medals. Senior member Jackie Willingham won 3rd place medals in both the backstroke and freestyle relays. Junior Kadi Bozman earned 4th place ribbons in both the but- terfly and breastroke relays. In the prep girls divisions Julie coed freestyle relays. She also captured a 3rd place medal in the medley relay. Jade Charley claimed Ist place medals in the backstroke and breastroke relays and a 2nd place medal in the butterfly relay. Lisa Titus took a Ist place medal in the breastroke relay, a 3rd place medal in the medley relay, and a 6th place ribbon in the butterfly relay. Tracy Kidwell won a 2nd place medal in the butterfly relay. In the tyke girls division Jeanelle Reed earned 3rd place medals-in both the backstroke and breastroke relays and a 4th place ribbon in the freestyle relay. April Reed won a 5th place ribbon in the tyle breastroke relay. The second "B" meet of the season was held at the Hager- stown Y on.December 18. Tyke Jeanelle Reed was 2rid in the butterfly and 1st in the breastroke. Prep Lisa Titus was 1st in both 200 IM and 50 fly, and 2nd in backstroke. Julie Benner was 2nd in prep 200 IM, and breastroke and 1st in backstroke. Tracy Kidwell was 1st in backstroke, 2rid in bnut- terfly and 3rd in prep 200 IM. The Hagerstown girls team, now 4-0 in dual meets, will journey to Cumberland 'Frostburg College', on January 14, to take on equally unbeaten Cumberland 3-0, in a battle for first place in the league stan. dings. The Hagerstown boys team 3-1, will host Cumberland 2-1, also on Saturday. On Sun- day, January 15, the third "B" meet will be held at Hagerstown YMCA. I 2046 725 Outstanding Coverage of the Local Trading Area born January 7. Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. .Harding, Harpers Ferry, a son born January 8. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Knotts, Shenandoah Junction, a son born January 9. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baker, Bunker Hill, a son born January 9. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Furley, Bunker Hill, a son born January ! 9. McLain, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie JanuaryWalkersville'9. W. Va, a son born RECIPE By Sarah Ann Sheddan A fine addition to your holi- day entertaining recipes would be these two. They can be made now and frozen for later use, Brandy Bails Vanilla Wafers, 3 small boxes, crushed. I t/ T cocoa 2 T Karo 1 c powdered sugar 1 c broken pecans 8 t Bourbon whisky Mix all ingredients to- gether and form into balls about one inch in diameter. Roll in more powdered sugar and place in sealed cans. Date Loaf I box graham crackers, rolled fine I pkg. dates, chopped 16 marshmallows, chopped I c pecans, chopped Mix with enouJh hold together. Roll and wrap in Place in refri or freeze. Slice Budget resigns. Carter signs debt collector IJ[e forthe Nationwide has can help take mortgage should die. Call today. DOMINICK Your Local Jeff. PH.: 7225.S814 " NOTARY TELEPHONE: 725.10 MAIN OFFICE WILL ON SATU RDAYS F R 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM For Your During the Winter COMMUNITY OIL IF PAID WITHIN I0 DAYS DATE of DELIVERY 1% ON ALL HEATING OIL COMMUNITY OIL Jan. 12-It ==m PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON At a session of the PUBLIC SERVICE WEST VIRGINIA, at the Capitol in the City of the 30th day of December, 1977. CASE NO. 9165 CORPORATION OF SHEPHERDSTOWN, a public utility. Application to increase connection charge in water system from $100 to $150. WHEREAS, on Octol$ 28, 1977, the Shepherdstown, a public utility, filed an authority to increase its connection charge system from $100 to $150. IT IS ORDERED that the applicant, Shepherdstown, a public utility, publish notice its application by publishing a copy of newspaper published and of genreal County making due return thereof within ten date of publication. Leave is hereby terested to file objection, in writing, with the Commission at the Secretary's offices Capitol Building, Charleston, West Virginia: IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that if no received by the Commission within ten '10' daYS c publication, said application may be formal bearing thereon. A copy. Teste: