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201 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2&" a78 IRRESISTABLE? )l Whitehair, Charlene Williams, all A's; Charles Wall, Martin weller, Hope Welch. 9TH GRADE Leea Arnold, Denise Alkire, Peggy Blake, Pam Brege, Ernie Benner, James Burke, Tammy Clendening, all A's; Stephani Cooley, Gregory Chicchicichi, Tim Dunbar, Cathy Diavolikis, Ralph Dinges, Tina French, Margaret Frazier, all A's; Carolyn Fauble, Kery Fries, Kelly Feagans, Carroll Hum- mer, Marilyn Hutzler, Judy Harner, Susie Jamison, Brian Jones, Scott Kelican, John Kemp, Kathy Lloyd, Judy Longerbeam, Melinda Leslie Betty LaFollette, all A's; Olga Mouton, Tracey Meeham, Penny Mason, Sarah Mills, Melinda Maye, Doug Nicodemus, Steven Nicewarner, Heidi Oliver, Joe Poe, all A's; David Ramsburg, Tami Roberts, Denna Spuniuh, Paula Smith, Tom Stocks, Jodie Servis, Tina Smallwood, Roxanne Sine, Chet Wilson, Terri White, Catherine Ware, Kelly Watson, all A's; Melissa Watson, Jeffery Wilt, Donna White. ON RtlODESIAN PACT SALISBURY, RHODESIA --Rbodesian Prime Minister lan Smith has predicted that he and internally based black nationalist leaders would reach broad agreement on majority rule within a few weeks. HARPERS FERRY I \\; BOLIVAR Mr Reid Geronimo Dr. Raymond L. Rodrick, pastor of the Bolivar U.M. Church, and Reid Geronimo, a member of the church, visited the follo&ing members on Friday, Mrs. Roy Butts, Mrs. Ethel Webb, and Mrs. Urcelle Dinkle, all of Bolivar. Mr. Gilbert Creamer and daughter from Martinsburg, visited his mother, Mrs. Hilda Creamer and his aunt, Mrs. Carrie Donovan last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Logston from Springfield, W. Va., .and Mrs. Jack Logston, from Woodbridge, Va., and Mr. Howard Helmick from Shady Acres, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crock and family on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring, from Middleway, had dinner on Wednesday with Mrs. Ring's mother, Hilda Creamer and her aunt, Mrs. Carrie Donovan. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bartlett and family from Jefferson, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. David Jones on Sunday. The U.M. Women of the Bolivar U.M. Church, met at the home of Mrs. Nora Robinson last Tuesday, with Mrs. Oscar McCormick having the program. Mter the meeting, refreshments were served. ABOLITION GUIDmIKS A ruling by Health, Educa- tion and Welfare Secretary Joseph A. Califano Jr., says that it will help finance abor- tions for poor women who are victims of rape or incest if someone rpol to the proper in 60 days t with unions LITTLE ANTIETAM POLLED 2nd PURPLE & GC SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1978 - ! 10 Top Breeding Age Bulls-- Graded by Dr. Eller of VP! 10 Cows With Calves By Top Bulls, BT Advancer 224G 17 Cows Bred to Triumphant and Little Antietam Farm Sires 21 Heifers Bred to BT Adva 27 Opeli Yearling Heifers, h Show Prospects 85 REGISTERED LOTS-95 PLUS 8 QUALITY PUREBRED Sale at Farmer's Livestock On Rt. 40A at Boonesboro, Md. Robert C. Mullendore, For Catalogues and Information (30!) 432-5659 or(301) 320" If "old-faithful", the family car which has carried you safely for thousands of miles is developing great difficulty in passing up the filling stations, perhaps it's time for one of the new models that get better gas mileage. See us about an auto loan that features reasonable rates and extended pay- ments. MEMBER F. D. I. C. Most humans could improve their minds lis- tening more and talking less. There's no substitute for character in making a man and no substitute for experience in developing worthwhile character. for MILLER'S PRINTING For your campaign material. Any quantity at the most reasonable prices. Cards, flyers, brochures, bumper stickers, etc. For a sure winner stop in and 'see us at: 415 W. Liberty St. Charles Town, W. Vs., 725-7811 I HELPINSTO GAFESUARD HEALTH Just What the Doctor Ordered... Teamwork. That's the way your registered pharmacist and your doc- 168 Students Named Pare Meehan, Shayam Menon, Mark Newman, Dena Newman, ,.T- ,,.,.r"-'-Town Jr. Marie Norton, Carol Price, Dawn Palumbo, Jayne Park, High Honor Roll Rodd Ramey, Sheen Roberts, Michael Rosalez, Bryan A total of 168 students of Ridgeway, Lisa Strange, Charles Town Junior High Michael Spunich, Eric Swartz, School made a scholastic Dana Shumaker, Katie Ann average of "B" or better during Stocks, all A's, Audrey Strader, the third six weeks of school and Michelle Shewbridge, all A's; Kenneth Tyler, Donna Taylor, have thus been named to the Elizabeth Vickers, Larry school honor roll according to Willingham, Williard Whitehair. Mrs. Mary Doakes, principal. Thirteen of the students had the high honor also of making all 8TH GRADE "A's" during the period. Duane Anders, Keith Brown, The 7th graders led the list of Christopher Bush, Billy Bogs, honor students with 60, while 56 Craig Boyd, all A's; Whitney 8th graders made it and 62 9th Calkins, Sandra Crawford, Vic graders. Dnnn, Joseph Dealing, Melissa The list by grades was as Fi0rv, anti, Michelle Fortune, follows: Paula Hester, Laurie Hoff- 7THGRADE master, Kenneth Hosby, Jeff Julie Banner, Susan Beahm, Hardy, Toni Hill, Raymond Michelle Berry, Jodi Brege, Harreil, Tammy Jurek, David Mary Butler, Kimherly Coatney, Jackson, Sterett Lee, Paul Michael Caprio, Bryce Cochran, Mark, Stacey Murray, Karen Colleen Coomler, Lori Crawford, Mgaha, Brook Mayberry, Robin Richard Crook, Marshall McCormick, Scott Mickey, Carroll, Shelly Carper, Thomas Robin Miller, Dnny Mills, Todd Clatterbuck, Shawn Day, McCanuel, John Neal, all A's; Kimberly Demory, Kendall Buddy Nicodemus, Carlyla DeHaven, Denise Frazier, all Puckett, William Pindell, Kevin A's; Ravin Hail, Sharon Har- Patterson, Theresa Rowe, John shman, Clifford Hale, Roy Ratcliff, Jackie Smallwood, Jenkins, Sandra Johnston Sandra Singleton, Tonya Michelle Lockbaum, all A's; Smallwood, Larry Stewart, Great Sale 2.00 to 4.80 Reg. 2.50 to 6.00 Great blouses, smocks, tees and more. All in easy care fabrics like cotton/poly- ester. Great colors in sizes 3to 14. Underwear 3for3.39 _ i / Men s T-shirts and briefs [::!::::!::-::: of po yester/cotton knit. ---:i ' ..............  Shirts for sizes 34 to 46. ;i, " Briefs for sizes 28 to 44.  [!i I Angels Lally, Shelly Lloyd, Sdsan Sparks, Dana Sill, Daphne Denise Lay, Richard Lloyd, Shade, Lisa Snyder, Julie Smith, Doris LaFollette, Daren Anthony Togans, Dena Upham, Magness, Paula Manzuk, John Catherine Whiting, all A's; Myatt, Michelle Mattei, Patricia Robert Wilt, Parker Webb McDonald, Michael Mancini Michelle Wheeler, Curtis , , ,,, Save 25O/o PATCH MAGIC /)ys, iuper .,....,.................. ueni00 leans. the road tQ fast, NEW.L== Sale ._:n tot get you Off IIIMI Reg. $6. Little boys' Super Denim jeans of complete recovery. Dacron polyester/cotton with half-elastic or Licks leaks for keepal full-jean waistband. Regular and slims 3 to 7. Your doctor prescribes. And, Leak sealing rubber tape instantly stop, all leaksl Just cut and press in Sale 5, 25 your pharmacist compounds his pasce. Use on gutters, roofs, flashings, , prescription exactly and accurately, weatherstripping,ducts, boats, plumb-ing. Waterproof. Weatherproof. Per- Reg. $7. Boys' Super Denim jeans of Dacron msnently flexible - won't shrink, polyester/cotton. Solids in regular and slim sizes CK crack or sag. Can be painted at once. 8 tO 16. STU a, ALGER lruli (1%"x60"-7eq.ln.) SLg8 Husky sizes 8 ,o 20. Reg. $8, Sale $6 ,. .... Pharmacy, Inc. . .. ,, DIAL725-2621--Charles Town VALLEY HARDWARE CO RETAIL HOURS: Daily 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. 0 PHONE: Sundays- 12 to 1:00 p.m. Phone ,72s.s113 725 - 3577 ChariesT own, w. va., ...... 'l [ II Ill II I I I 25%off girls' Super Den Sale5.25 ''' rn D2li, ;:, e ra:;u; r Reg. $9. Big girls' Super 0enim jeans of. DnacrsOn;sp;lye;ter/cotton. Solids in regu,ar . 20%off all boys' tops. Sale 1.33 to 4.80 Reg. 1.66 to 6.00. Big and little boys' jerseys, golf shirts, turtlenecks and more. Easy care polyester/ cotton knits. Sizes 3 to 20. \\;\ \\; \\; 20% off all boys' sweatshirts. Sale 3.20 to 5.60 Reg. 4.00 to 7.00 What a choice! Hooded zip ups. Raglan sleeve pull- overs. Even warm-up suits. All in acrylic for warmth and comfort. 4to 16. JCPenney .,.,,c,.-,o .o OPEN MONDAY g FRIDAY NIGHTS till 9 lEE