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Martha Coffin, Mr. Lowff In Hagerstown Church made i edged in lace. Her accessories Henry Thomas included a double heart earrings % of Belvedere and a gold chain necklace, gifts Town, of the from the groom. Her bouquet of their daughter, was of pine, white roses, baby's to Mr. Dean breath and orchids. son Attendants for the bride were Paul Leonard Mrs. Debbie Engle, a sister of in the the bride, as matron of honor, United Methodist and Miss Anna Mary December 23. Willingham, Miss Alice Hayes and Miss Marty Rebert, as a duet with bridesmaids. The attendants on classical wore patchwork velvet skirts organist Randall with chiffon blouses and they sounded the carried velvet muffs pinned with : 8 p.m. to roses and dried flowers. of the Miss Debbie Engle, a niece of included the the bride, was the flower girl. ! Lord's Prayer and She wore a long velvet dress and The Prophet carried a basket arranged with pine and roses. wore a cream Mr. Paul Dennis Lowry, the gown with lace groom's brothei, was best man collar. Over the and the ushers were Mr. Kevin length satin Null, Mr. Robert Frick and Mr. color Lewis Sickenberger. Master PUBLIC 8ERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON n of he PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF 3apitol in the City of Charleston on of February, 1978. 9146 RANSON, a municipal for authority to tolls and charges sewer service at County. on November 9, 1977, the Town of Runs,n, a corporation filed an application, duly verified, for tolls and charges for sewer service ferson County, as follows: PROPOSED RATES m entire territory served. OF SERVICE for sanitary sewer services (Base on volume of water used) gallons used per month $2.16 per 1,000 gallons gallons used per month 1.81 per 1,000 gallons gallons used per month 1.45 per 1,000 gallons gallons tm'ed per month I09 per 1,000 gallons gallons used per month .73 per 1,000 gallons gallons usel per month .65 per 1,000 gallons ercial or industrial customers - $5.40 PENALTY net. On all accounts not paid in full days of date of bill, five percent '5 percent' will the net amount shown less than $5.40 per month; and City of Charles Town provides sewerage of Ranson; and order entered February 14, 1977, Case No. of Charles Town was granted an increase of '11 percent' in amount collected from the Department for services rendered, of Ranson has petitioned the Commission for rate relief to offset the increased cost of treat- dated December 14, 1977, the City of Charles a respondent to this proceeding and the were set for hearing to be held in the Corn. Room at the Capitol in the City of the 10th day of February, 1978, at 9:30 a.m., and place the applicant and respondent and pursue their respective interests herein was to appear and make such ob- as may be deemed proper. The case is being request of the applicant. of Rans0n was authorized to place into interim rates and charges pending decision herein; provided, however, that said interim rates and charges will not create that said application will be approved. Jlaaaa.T entire territory served. OF SERVICE nitary sewer services. on vdume of water used) used per month $1.93 per 1,000 gallons used per month 1.61 per 1,000 gallons used per month 1.25 per 1,000 gallons used per month .97 per 1,000 gallons used per month .64 per 1,000 gallons used per month .58 per 1,000 gallons or industrial customers - $483 PENALTY Iriff is net. Any account not paid in full within f bill, five percent '5 percent' will be due. This delayed payment penalty is is only to be collected once for each bill for less than $4.83 per month. further ordered to file a tariff setting out the interim rates and End approved by the Commission's order that the matters herein be held in the Commission's Hearing in the City of Charleston on the 17th day 9:30 a.m., EST, at which time and place the shall appear and pursue their herein and anyone interested may ap- objection thereto as may be deemed granted to any,de interested to file with the Commission at any ,1978 that the Town of Ran,on, a notice of the filing of said ap- time and place of hearing thereon by a conspicuous place where bills are Paid for a period of at least twenty '20' day of March, 1978, for public in- of this order once a week publication to be made than fifteen '15' days k, 1978, in a newspaper published in Jefferson County, making due Commission on or before the day of Teste: Freeda P. Jones Acting Secretary A Gift For A Friend Or Relative? Why Not A Subscripiio n To The SPIRIT of JEFFERSON'ADVOCATE Mail To: 1 Year Plus 23* in W.Va. Address: Ci" State Zip* JJJJJJiJ JJ J JJJ J J Jl JJlliJlJJJlJJJJ J Subscription From Larry Paul Crawford, a nephew of the groom, acted as ringbearer for the double ring ceremony Following the ceremony, a candlelight reception was held at the Morris Frock American Legion Home in Hagerstown. Mrs. Peg Clark served the punch and Mrs. Chick Landry served the five tiered wedding cake. The guest book was attended by Mrs. Debbie Crawford and the t table was attended by Mrs. Dawn Smith. The couple spent their honeymoon at Wisp Ski Resort in Garrett County, Md. Mrs. Lowry is employed by the Washington County, Md., Association for Retarded Citizens as an instructor and Mr. Lowry is the Right-of-Way Engineer for Washington County Engineering Department. The couple is residing at 1065 Beech- wood Drive in Hagerstown Out-of-town guests traveled from points in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Louisiana, Virginia and West Virginia. B Theda Cole P,,tomac Edison ttome Service Representative Right Dress One of the simplest ways of keeping warm is to dress for cold weather. Sounds simple but it's amazing how many people don't. I imagine we've all had the experience of visiting someone in their home and find they are com- plaining about being cold but all the while they are dressed for springtime weather. The first, and most obvi- ous, rule: two or three gar- ments are warmer than one. Wear a sweater over your blouse. Then, put on a jacket or blazer. If you get too warm, peel. And tell the Mister that vests are back. Now that we have held our series of land use meetings, which way do we proceed to formulate a satisfactory solution to these problems? EFFICIENT LAND USE Agriculture and open spaces preservation? Housing opportunities to fit the individuals income? Maintain our planning decisions within our county ? Panty hose can be worn under almost anything. The ribbed and opaque ones are the warmest. At night, wear flannel PJ's. They are warmer and help your body to retain heat bet- ter than a nightie. Be careful in your choice of clothing fabric. 100% wool is the warmest. Wool blends are a good choice, too. Polyester knits are not good for body heat retention. Leather alone is not warm. Buy leather items that are lined. Buy durable clothing. Less durable material requires more frequent replacement, adding to energy consumption and increasing your wardrobe costs. RECIPE By Sarah Ann Sheridan Liver should be served once a week because of its nutritional and iron content. This is one of the many ways liver can be served. Uver Frlcame 4 servings packaged pre- cooked white rice butter I medium onion, sliced lb. liver, cut into 3 by inch strips 1 10% oz. can condensed cream-of-mushroom soup 3 T milk 3 oz. can chopped mush. rooms, undrained dash pepper 1 4 oz. can pimientos, drained, quartered 'A t thyme leaves chopped pasley for i SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1978 II garnish Cook rice as label directs. While rice is cooking, place 3 tablespoons butter in a skillet and saute onion until gdden. Add liver; saute not more than 5 minutes; add undiluted soup, milk, 3 tablespoons i , i i mushroom liquid and pepper; heat, stirring constantly; add pimientos. In small skillet, in 2 tablespoons butter, lightly saute drained mushrooms; toss with hot rice and thyme. Spoon rice on heated platter in a ring; fill with liver. Sprinkle 'Jl with pars00y. 4. r  U l i ii .... s^poL,. ....... i LATEX WALL PAINT $A99 SAVE $3.00 OFF .... SUGGESTED RETAIL S7.99 --'GAL. II ] SAPOLIN  LATEX ,/ '!'lIT b "FASHION 1 , "COLOR" FLAT ,..LdAT ,r,x n' I,,,,,, -' SAVE $).80 OFF k SUGGESTED RETAIL 011.79 2 I I I I Ill I Ill .a I Ill l I Ill II SAPOLIN LATEX "FASHION , COLOR" ; .i,, SEMI-GLOSS  ENAMEL SAVE $4.50 OFF * SUGGESTED RETAIL $14.49 I I lll I I I I SAPOLIN LATEX" r  SAPOLiN ' FLAT N SATIN J LATEX  Pastels Only i CEILING  WHITE * A ',.: t  "  ' WHITE.,, , . SAVE $4.00 OFF SUGGESTED RETAIL $13.29  SUGGESTED RETAIL $8.99 I II IIIII II I II ou FST , SAPOLIN r SAPOLIN LATEX Ou.Ln LATEX - SMOOTH t  TEXTURE .  WHITE ' '),(Jl : PAINT $ Uml' : i Walls F., Ceilings VGAL. [ ::== $ [99 ..... i'll: "GAL. SAVE $3.80 OFF ?S'?'-: i SAVE $2.00 OFF SUGGESTED RETAIL Sl0.t9 , SUGGESTED ReTaIL $S.99, II II III II III I I I I Illll r iii ii i,i H H 0 WHITMORE LUMBER . 300 N.. Mildred St. -- Charles Town, W.Va. OFFER EXPIRES MARCH 30th Feb. 10th, 23rd & March 2nd ii iiii I i I I ,, , ,, , WATER AND SEWER SERVICES Paid for by the user? Include services on outlying communities? Do not over extend into Class I, II and III Aj. land ? CURRENT COUNTY SERVICES County wide police protection? Cooperate with and maintain our Vol. depts.? Increased school utilization? Improved public relations with Co. Com.? fire JAMES L. LOUTHAN Dem. Candidate for Co. Com. Kabletown District Feb. 16-1t LITTLE ANTIETAM FARM 2nd PURPLE & GOLD SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1978 - 1 P.M. 10 Top Breeding Age Bulls -- Weighed and Graded by Dr. Eller of VPI 10 Cows With Calves By Top Bulls, Including BT Advancer 224G 17 Cows Bred to Triumphant and Other Top Little Antietam Farm Sires 21 Heifers Bred to BT Advancer 224G 27 Open Yearling Heifers, Including Top Show Prospects 85 REGISTERED LOTS- 9S REGIERED HEAD PLUS II GUALI KRINID YEARLING STEI Sele it Fermefg Livest [xqe On It. 40A it sro, Md. Robert C. 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