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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY Z6, 1978 11 Individual Retirement Account in00,00,stment The Department of the Treasury has announced an extension to February 14, 197S for that may still be deducted !rom 1 )i 7 income tax returns. Call John Chnstman 725-7018 for full details of the unique opportunity offered by this Treasury decision. . . Dougherty Tells ;ratlc WomenClub About file w; Installs. Officers 0f jftc 2olnen, s Charles Town. Judge , Jana;',C:tnty[Dougherty , himself a former n C .... the [ probation and parole officer for ttin, ou, -Ouse. [ the State, discussed the present t' o.L. ''  I Joo,. "e pro o, /.car gtl' "a zor 1978J juvenile defendant allowed to Pete t speaker, ]have more than 20 separate NEw YEAR  LINE OF IL FARM MACHINERY iret Suppiy,Farm Machinvy, inc. THE AFFORDABLE m hp to 120 h i T P 1"-- RACTORS I ."IARY MOWERS OI$c HARROWS I disposition is unnecessary", he said, in a "fair" criminal justice ystem. He advocated strong revision of the "Juvenile Bill". Magistrate Dougherty spoke also of the Magistrate's Court year-end report, 1977. Cases handled during the 1977 term of Magistrate's Court totaled 3,430. Traffic cases accounted for 1,476; misdemeanors 1,020; felonies 147; civil 676; and worthless checks lll. He discussed the financial aspects of the Court which revealed over $65,500.00 collected by the Court and deposited with the county. Out of that money, the County charges expenses for office and phone, jail expenses and renovations, and the Court's annual audit. Salaries, equipment and postage are paid by the State Treasury. Following his speech, Judge Dougherty installed the new officers. The new officers are Jeanie Miller, president; Ada McIntyre, vice-president; Lisa Franzen, recording secretary; Edna Snyder, corresponding secretary; and Marsha Lance, treasurer. An executive committee meeting was called for Monday, January 23 at 8 p.m. at the home of Ms. Lisa Franzen. The date of the next meeting will be an- nounced a month in advance after decision. I HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo I I Mrs. William Lance from Woodstock, Va., visited her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs Albert Elsea last Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsea and Mr. Reid Geronimo visited Mrs. Mattie Singhas on Sunday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crock visited her sister, Mrs. Charles Logston, who is a patient in Hampshire Memorial Hospital in Romney on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Jones visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffmaster and family in Jef- ferson, Md., on Sunday. Many thanks to Mayor Paul Courtney, and Mr. D. D. Kilham of the Hilltop House for ren- dering their service with their snow plows to remove the snow last week. Glad to hear Mr. Lewis" Nichols is feeling much better after being home with a cold last week. Another 15 Newcomers To Jeffemm Coun Another 15 persons have taken up residence in Jefferson County recently, according to the Jef- ferson County Chamber of Commerce. The newcomers and their t Box 131-B Kearneysville; David addresses are as follows:  F. Stoedley, from California to Kenneth L. Rhyne, of! P.O. Box 886, Leesburg, Va.; Roy Frimon, Washington, D.C., Morgantown, W. Va., who is residing at 320 East Washington  Gen. Del., Harpers Ferry; Streetin Charles Town; John R. Maurice A. Neidringhaus, Null, of Frederick, Md., to Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry; Howard W. Welt, III, to Princess Street, Shepherdstown; Keith David Forkey, from Pennsylvania, to Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry; Berry J. Steinnecker, of Virginia, to Rt. 1, Maryland, to P.O. Box 968 Shepherdstown; Donald D. Pine, Clarksburg, to Rt. 3, Harpers Ferry; Joan P. Burch, Mar- tinsburg, to 114 Daisy Lane, Charles Town; John C. Gates, from Lovettsville, Va., to Bakerton; Paula Arnold, from Front Royal, Va., to 905 Belvedere Drive, Charles Town; Doreen C. Smith, Boonsboro, Md., to Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry; Harold J. McGrady, from Virginia, to Millville; and Ed- ward E. Lewis, from Baltimore, Md., to Fox Glen Development, Kearneysville. Your success, if you're wise, doesn't depend upon someone else. ON STUDENT LOANS The government says more than two out of every five students who have defaulted on millions of dollars in fed- erally guaranteed student loans come from California and Texas. The U.S. Office of Education said, as of last Oct. 1, it was trying to recover $416 million from student borrowers who defaulted. We (;tt You Any Size Rug so. Yr. All Nylon In Dfferent Colors ! SPECIAL: RUG G PADDING, 1.50 y,,. i ox 12--$59"50 ' j Melvin T. Strider Furniture Co. i _L_--___--_-2.T__Z:--L------ ....... :  : .... ::.--:.Z: 2-z:L,.222_-i .Z:..22-_-J,_--__;LL_2___TL2 ;._-T_-L:-.:_-2..:..U_,:. I4111:III,XllIJ