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Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
February 2, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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February 2, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 15 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, lill Everman House Formerly THE CRAFT TREE 103 S. LAWRENCE ST. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE (304) 725-2198 SALE wei & Embmideq Kits+. 1/, PRICE Sesame Sheet Latch HOOK Kit - Price (1 only) Rul Latch Hook Canvas- % price ii,O0 OFF (1 only)! EVERy LATCH HOOK CANVAS in STOCK I)Icouplle Boards. - price Pds (White, G01d, Silver) .25 pkg. (Values to S 1.99) Beads 10' pkg. (Values to .59) Ricans arrested; ends, I House-Senate conferees reject "gas guzzler" ban. ACHE STORE +EMPLOYEES MAKE $400 CONTRIBUTION TO LOCAL HEART FUND In the above picture, John Catlett, Local Manager of Acme Supermarket is shown presenting Robert D. Ott, President of UGF, with a check which helped total over P,00 which the supermarket and employees have con- tributed thus far in this year's campaign. This year has been the best year yet since UGF was established with only 70 percent of the goal achieved. The public is to be commended for their efforts and it is not too late yet. i ii ii ,GIRLS & WINE SHORTAGE combined to close the 40-year- VRSAC, YUGOSLAVIA -- old wine festival in this vine- Shortages of wine and pretty yard area of eastern Yugo- girls for festival queens have slavia, organizers announced. in this fast growing county of ours and we feel that we + can keep you up to date on "WLhat's Happening." Subscribe Today I Please start my Subscription immediately. Paper to be sent to:. i ii ji i i _ +L JI I IIII i IIILI + iI jI i i , ,,, i i i l, ii i, ,,, __ i 1 i_ . s;,:: . Zl .....  i] iiii iii : i ,i ii ,- , New Subkdptbn,,[-T]. Renewal El ' I Go With A Blue Ribbon Newspaper Top Coverage of the Local Trading Area Where Your Advertising Dollar Counts Most. ICounty Council IHomemakers Hear Reports Jefferson County Council Extension Homemakers met January 24, in the conference room d the County Building. All clubs except one, were represented. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Paul Holden, followed by the pledge to the flag. Devotions were given by Mrs. Harold Buhrrnan. Committee reports were given. It was Voted the council to pay Mrs. Clarence Hamilton for 30 copies d sheet musix to be used at club meetings. Mrs. Thomas Magaha reminded members to save USA stamps for food. Health and safety, reported by Betty Jo Wagner. The Extension Homemakers will sponsor the Bloodmobile on Thursday, February 9. Volun- teers 'are needed, contact Mrs. Howard Fellers, 725-7304. Each club is to make five dozen cookies to be used at the bloodmobile. There was a workshop on making Cathedral Window quilts at the Community Center on January 25, Mrs, Robert McGarry, representative of the Com- munity Center Association, gave a report on repairs to be made at the Community Center. It was voted that the council contribute ff00 toward the repairs and each club to donate a substantial donation to he sent to Mrs. Robert Mc;arry, treasurer;. The Hararage Market will have a booth at the Arts and Crafts festival on June 9-10-11. The council president and vice president attended a meeting in Romney on December 8. A PLANNING MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE Cliff side Restaurant on Farmland, Farm Equipment, valuable jewelry, or valuable collections of any kind. If You Own any of These Then You Can Benefit From A LIVING TRUST *Unlike ordinary trust set aside for the Future, a LIVING TRUST is inEffect Here And Now. A LIVING TRUST is designed by you to benefit you now. And It can Be Cancelled by you at any time. By Providing expert management of Your Investments or Real Estate, and making maximum use of Tax Planning, You will have more time to look after your Primary Business. Under A LIVING TRUST we can suggest ways to improve your Estate while you're Still Around To enjoy it. The more successful you are, the more reason you need a LIVING TRUST TODAY. Stop In And Talk With Our Trust Officer Member lelwal Reserve System BANK .ND TlUST RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA 25438 February 28. Lunch to be dutch February 23. Place to be an-; ONE MtlIUTE SPOILS QUIZ Atiwiri ki Sleds QIiz treit. Club presidents, neunced later. The next county , o_. ,. ,,,;,,,,,.. ,, ,K,. 1 Biorn Bor over Jimmy executive, county, and special council meeting will be March "_' '.',"":..,'".o ..''.a'm: C','. -- ---- committee chairmen or 28. ;e:nj toimet .......... 2,-'T'onl" Watson representives, are  attend: .... ,'-.--,.,.,, 2 Who won the Bing Crosby 3, Roberto Duran, Panama. znere Will ne an auuitor anti u numnu,,.ULU ": .......... 4 Ai'"---- ..... , , , _ .. _ ,,,. , ; auonm rro-Am on lourna- . ttUliili, t'ar,amentartan appemte Dy home OUllOlflg was one ol mnt? S National Conference 14, " " a ........ " the presidentd, Mrs. Holden. the brightest spots in the n - 1  haiti,: tho Wnrld [.ioht_ . Amerlcan Confernce 13 Names to be announced at a lion's economy in 1977. A total "" .".':'."-'7"--_"--:--?:" ........ weight ooxmg cnamptonsnipr later date at 1,9t$O,400 new homes were .......... .. ,.,. .. " ......... .^  for me nrsi ume mm sea- teaomg lists were aistrtbuted starteo ounng me year, up z .^_ v._,...,. '^st "o what r,._...__ , , ,,,. ...,.$ .u, =aun , sa s an ex- to club presidents and per cent from a year earher, "-am? g y + ' o e c t pen, ts a matter ot taste, representatives There will be a the C men r e Department i.., a.........., of-the "+. . " .............. ano " sometimes casn leadership training lesson on reported. NFL Pro Bowl game " oonsmBn An efficient solid cast iron heater with a charmiq rustic desip! The beautifully sculptured mountain scenes on the sides and burning logs on the frort give a delightful decorative effect to the utility of the Woodsman. It has an extra large door that makes it easy to fuel. On this door are three adjustable TRI-AIR draft registers for primary and secondary air which provide the needed oxygen for com- bustion, They also provide excellent control of the fire through a wide range from fast to slow burning. A unique interior baffling system that can be controlled from outside the heater allows fast start up as well as sustained slow burning, and helps to keep high temperatures inside the firebox. Tongue-in-groove joints keep t he Woodsman tight so it can burn evenly, efficiently, and will easily hold a fire long enough for a good night's sleep on-one fueling. SPECIFICATIONS-NO. 24 WOODSMAN Cast Iron with matte black finish Length: 32%" Width: 13" Height: 31" Ht. to cntr. of flue: 27" Fipe Pipe: Door Size: 9"Wx9"H 6" Round Wood Length: Up to 26" Firebox Size: 12" x 26" x 11" Shipping Wt.: 242 Ibs. Q Side baffles produce convection that returns unburned gases to the fire. These baffles also help hold the high interior temperatures necessary for complete combus- tion and efficient heating. Q Primary air rushes directly to the burning lolls from the lower TRI-AIR draft registers. This air is quickly ud up, but its oxygen is supplemented by secondary air fronl the upper register so that additional volatile gases pro. duced by the fire can be consumed. The top of the firebox aids this process by containing heat, forcing exhaust air around and into the upper heat chamber. Q Staggered ridges cast into bottom allow air circulation under logs. Q A flip-open damper opens the top of the firebox directly to the flue pipe, providing the extra draft  to pt * a fire going quickly. SMITH & STRIDER 304-West Washington St. -- Dial 725-5321 -- Charles*Town, W. Vo.