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February 16, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 7 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1978 By Dr. James Moler accept the notion are best served based upon the energy shortage government to ever diminishing in- one of the statements ever since its equal rights. said that the for the COlored People except the ent. J statement is  report on ' community implications energy policies future and the treatment have against racial for economic has been been because it progress continue and developing jobs and made. same con- NAACp betroit that to the new Starting a , You should x deferred Ih- , un your omerred 'mg-AS an m ez YOur ruu could Retire- !n the U.S. := plan, it e uaey end federal mileage standards for trucks. They are positive that the proposed standards could eliminate 20,000 jobs nationwide just at a time when blacks were moving into these higher income positions. Government solutions in all matters affecting the low- income populations lacks the opportunity for challenge and is not recognizing the fact that every day more blacks are at- taining professional levels and qualifying in the highly skilled areas. The wheels of progress grind slowly and it may take moves such as this to turn the economy around for everyone. In brief terms they are saying what we want is more energy nor more taxes on energy. HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo The Friendship Fire Company will hold a pancake supper at the Fire Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 21, beginning at 4:30 p.m. Price for the supper will be $2.50 for adults and $1.50 for children. Come out and help your fire company make this affair a success. Tickets are now on sale from any fireman or call 535-6915 or 535- 6967. Mr. Gilbert Creamer from Martinsburg, visited his mother, Mrs. Hilda Creamer and aunt, Mrs. Carrie Donovan last Thursday. Sorry to hear Mrs. Hilda Creamer has the flu. Hope she feels better soon. Mr. and Mrs, Steve Spurlock from Leesburg, Va., visited her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Albert EAses on Sunday. Mr. Earl Rowland from Brunswick, visited his mother, Mrs. Mattie Singhas last Thursday. Mr. Reid Geronimo had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Albert EAses. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsea visited Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Shepherd in Lovettsville last Saturday. Mr. William Baldwin and Mr. William Wilson from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, assisted with the morning worship on Sunday at Camp Hill Wesley and Bethesda Church. Mr. and mrs. John C. Zombro and family of Brunswick, visited his mother, Mrs. Ella Zombro on Sunday. Mrs. Zombro's grand- son spent the weekend with her. Mr Franklin Jones will have to return to Johns Hopkins Hospital on Wednesday, February 15, for more treat- ment. Sorry to hear Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smallwood and son "Gilbert Perry, were in an auto accident last Monday coming home from Frederick, Md. Mrs. Smallwood suffered a broken font. We hope she is able to get around soon. Hope Mrs. Uroelle Dinkle is feeling better. Miss seeing her around. uLIC AUCTION we will sell on the farm located Pike, midway between Boyers Mill at Rt. 75, just north of New Market, on AY, FEBRUARY 22, 1978 AT lO:OO A. M. FARM MACHINERY FRONT AXLE DIESEL TRACTOR M.D. Farmall on good rubber, reset 3 x 16 3 pt. plow, Int. Farmall H. l CULTIVATORS, MOWER, SCRAPER BLADE, AND BOTTOM Package, then separately -- whichever amount determines method of sale, KICKER, 2 hay rakes, 3 throw bale Itor, 40' grain elevator, N. H. 717 Field orn head, pickup and grass heads, UGER-FED SILAGE BLOWER, I wagons, Lilliston livestock feeder loader, N. H. 365 TANK FLAIL LILLISTON 7x6 rotary mower, Int. Int. straight disc harrow, 36 tooth LAWN MOWER, tractor watering troughs, auto. heated BLADE, LIKE NEW, fencer tools, shovels, grease guns, ,etc. Some junk farm machinery. rooh., machinery day of sale. Not responsible for ac- to be collected on all taxable items. MR. & MRS. REGINALD "BEN" LONG Inc, Rt. I, Mt. Airy, Md. derick, md ;, Au'.tioneers Zion Church Rippon Homemakers Study Refinishing Furniture For Lesson The Rippon Extension Homemakers Club of Jefferson County, met at the home of Mrs. Charles Singhason February 9, at 7:30 p.m., with 17 members !and two guests present. The meeting was opened with devotions by vice president, Mrs. Harvey Lehman. An interesting and in- formative lesson on refinishing i furniture was given by Mrs. Charles Singhas. Afterwards, a sharing session was helkd in which members shared such things as recipes, poetry, crafts, and helpful household hints. The Club members discussed the donation of a sewing machine for the pupils at the Center for Exceptional Children. Following adjournment of the meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held Thursday, March 2, at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Ronnie Williams. ESA00 A joint meeting of the Ad- visory Councils of the Emergency School Aid Act, ESAA, and Elementary Secondary Education Act ESEA, Title I will be held on Wed- nesday, February 22, at 4 p.m,, in the Board Room, at the Jef- ferson County Board of Education offices. Members of the ESAA Ad- visory Council were previously announced publicly. Members of the ESEA Title I council are GEne Taylor, Linda Keller, Shirley Jenkins, Diane Eury, Diane Christian, Barbara Johnson, Cynthia Hummer, Mary Alice Fritts, Kay Skinner, Sally Ware, Lorraine Tharpe, Shirley Waxman, Leslie Mangold and Sherry Cain. This meeting will give council members an opportunity to see how these separate programs can interact to reinforce the regular curriculum offered in the classroom. i ,i All members are urged to attend and the public is invited. ROOF CRASHES HARTFORD, CONN. -- The snow-laden roof of the Hartford Civic Center Coli- seum collapsed before dawn recently, dumping tons of steel, ice and snow onto an empty arena that had been filled with thousands of basketball fans six hours be- fore. There were no injuries. Reagan seeks black sup- port for GOP. =H i m I I The most overworked, thing in life is the jaw, both during and after meals. C.W. Theatre Charles Town, W.Va. Phone 725-5212 i ii i j "BOBBY DEERFIELD" (PG) .i i i ii ill J i i i PEPSODENT TOOTHBRUSHES Medium or Hard Bristles Regular 89c PEOPLE,.00.00RDrG PLASTIC CLOTHES HANGERS Assorted Colors Regular 29c Due to eircumsteneeo be- our control all items listed in this ad may not available at all our WE SELL ....... AMERICAN EXPRESS : MONEY ORDERS MEDI-BUCK I , This MEDI.BUCK i$  TRANSFERABLE" go.. =,,o0o ,h. ';'/,' price of your Qexf If yOU need if, use ri o..0..orip,,oot,,,..,/ ,,...oo,o... iny People give it o s friend Drug StoLe priced $2 or more ;- PEOPLES INFLATION FIGHTER This MEDI.BUCK Coupon vafid March 4 1978 BLOOD PRESSURE KIT ........... Regular24.95 S 1 5 : For those whose doctor recommends monitoring at home. Contains stethoscope, aneroid unit and instructions. Case included. NORTHERN COOL SPRAY HUMIDIFIER 10 to 12 hours 'g, Lightweight a . I ]allon capaclt Model #36 EVEREADY BATTERIES "O" Cell. Regular S2 "C" Cell- Regular 1.80 Packof2 $ STRIPED VELOUR BATHTOWELS Regular 2.M)  , luxurious bath towMi In DIXIE bdoMon up your bethro Mal 69 BEVERAGE CUPS "" ao. o,,o.g o.c. c..o,,y lllilTcm RIB TeWELS Regular 69c 1.99 Aeeoll-- 8] r' 2is1 MA61CCLIN6 SHEAFFER POPLES WIREBOUND 40-PAGE NO-II FILLER NOTEBOOKS ALBUM PEN PAPER Sl Regular 3.49 Regular 1.98 Regular 1.47 s2 '"""" 1 I magn, tlc Cartridge pages Style Sheets MOB LASHES Regular 1.99 '"r"0S--' 3 Includes 2 lashes and adhesive. KOTEX FEMININE NAPKINS Super or ReguLar Box of 30 BATHROOM BOWL DEODORIZERS 3 Ounce Container Regular 39c 4is1 BLADE STORAGE AIR FRESHENER 1 1 ,o__.c.o BOXES Assorted Fragrances , Regular B9C R(iuklr & Underbed . ......... 2!Sl, 8 o , WITH COUPON BABY SHAMPOO 7 Ounce Bottle WITH COUPON PEOPLES DRUG STORE HILLDALE SHOPPING CENTER 20 c CANDY BARS Original Chunky .Pecan Chunky Bit-O.Honey .Oh.Henry Goobers .Ralainets 700Sl LIMIT 1 SALE (T) PER CUSTOMER NORTHERN PAD Relieve tired achy muscles with soothing heat, With removable washable cover and pushbutlon control. Model #818 dar 9,99 NAYLON NAIL HARDENER , By Dura Gloss Regular 89c 2,Sl 0.38 Ounce Bottle R PEOJW CHARLES TOWN, WeVa. , ,r, ,,,,