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C Ib I I "I"I-tRIF'I'V SHOPPERS ! 0-0 I b,g 59 m m i / LEAN, MEATY LOIN END, $ 00 L$ 09 B oz cans 9 oz 3-2 $ 00 pkg 99 2 pkg 2 pkg 33 I Lar I oz cans gal oz cans CLARK'S lmmmmm I II $ SEALDSWEET 20. bag 99c Buy 1 6-Oz. Jar at Reg. Price White or Pink DOVE SOAP reg. bars With This Coupon Limit 1 Coupon Good Through Sat Feb. 28th And Get another 6-Oz Jar V2 Price Charmin 4.roll pkg. [[J With This Coupon Limit 1 Coupon II Good Through Sat Feb. 28th : Sweetheart Liquid DISH DETERGENT I quart With This Coupon [ Good Through Sat Feb. 28t!' I[ | 00 Cole Slaw - Potato Salad (Buy 1 Ctn. at Reg. Price and get another Pkg. Free) 8 bag 79c FRIENDLY HOME' OWNED Jean Dressier, a teacher at Shep- speakers, he noted that the Cham- well, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. The- SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPIRIT.ADVOCATI / Safe drivhag, a project which the club has been worldng on for many years, highlighted .the Feb- rua~ meeting of the Charles Town Senior Woman's Club. The local club has worked for 4river education to be added to the curricttlmn of the high schools of the state and many members have also worked wi, Uh the local law enforcemen,t agen- cies for stricter enforcement of anti.litter laws. Mr. Kent Shock a member of the Cl~Jaries Town SenJor High faculty and Driver Education In- structor was ~the featured speaker. He was very ~informative and well acquainted w~th his subject as he has many years of experiem'e and a qualified teacher with both ma A B degree and a Master's de- gree in secondary education. tie gave facts and figures which showed a growing interest and a personal awarenes~ concerning safety. A total of 48 students were enrolled in ,the course la,;t year and so far this first semester he has 47 students .whic~h .indicates there is a need and growing in- terest in Driver Education. Stu- dents have six ac~tm,1 driving hours on the highway ~d 40 hours in the class room. This as not a veqttired su, bject but a" well received one. Mr. Sheck showed a film the S~ i, th System For Safe Driving. Mrs. Sterling Ten- ney, Program Sponsor, introduced the speaker and had the devot- ionals. The following will represervt the chtb as delegates a~ the State Convention at the Greenbrier in March: Mrs. F. L. Bushong, ,Mrs. Sterling Tenney, ,Mrs. H. H. Hunter, Mrs. Richard Adarn~ Mrs. Carl Benton and Mrs. O. S. Bloom. The Club mad~ a contribution to the Red Cross, and also pur- chased a Band Boasters C~len- dar. Mrs. O. S. Bloom, State Beau~t- ffieation Chairma~ for ~he Fed. eration wLil make a report at the convention on the number (ff towns, cities and areas that pax- ticipated in Beat~iCication and ex- plain some of their projecits. She a~so attended the Nati(mal Co~a- ference on Beautificatioaa ~ the Statler Hotel in Washington. Hestesses were: Mrs .Hugh Via, Mrs. Jack Cameron, Mrs. Martin Glaize and Mrs. Sterling Tenney. County FROM PAGE I--A 00 per year, Lowery state~l. The board agreed to take the matter under study in view of the impending budget for next year. In other more minor business matters the board approved Miss herdstown High School to be Jef- ferson County's Representative at a language conference sponsored by the State Department of Edu- cation to be held at Concord Col- lege April 10-11 with all expenses to be paid by the State Depart- ment of Education. The board also approved the appointment of Mrs. Betty Milton as a substitute cook at the lkanson elementary school; Jonathan Whit tington as custodian.helper at the Charles Town Senior High School and Mrs. Ruth Byers, as a sub- stitute teacher at Shepherdstown High School. Phone FROM PAGE I---A Mr. Tate and Brooks, a number of questions were asked, one of them as to why the company waited so long to ask for, a rate increase and than have to make the increase so high at one time. Roger Perry, Jefferson County's representative in the house of delegates also spoke briefly on the actions of the recent session of the West Virginia legislature. He painted a rather dark picture of the state's finances and said he thinks the legislators will have to call themselves back before the end of the current fiscal year to try and find ways to raise add- itional tax monies to make up for an expected deficit in the state's fianaces. James Davis, president of the Chamber~ presided for the pro- gram and prior to introducing the ber had voted recently to attempt to persuade the Public Service Commission not to approve the full rate increase. Washington Specialty Shop's Style Show Wlll Be Hospital Benefit The enchancing theme "Color Me Spring" is just a hint of the beautiful new fashions that will be introduced at the Gateway Inn March 4 at 1 p. m. The Wash- ington Specialty Shop of Martins. burg and Charles Town is sponor- ing a luncheon.fashion show for the benefit of the City Hospital Building Fund. Models for the gala event in- clude Mesdames George Alter, Richard Douglas, E. D. Edwards, Everett Fogle, Kathryn Foreman, V. L. Glover, Frank Hamilton, John Hoke Jr Robert Kearse, Donald Manning, Basil Mason, Norris Orndorff, Ronnie Roberts, Carlton Santimier, Gray Silver, Bill Dale Smith, Clifford, Robert Sperow, Robert Stewart, Charles Trayer, Raymond Williams, Harry Zimmerman and Misses Louise Shimp and Kitty Ann Snyder. Gary Penweil Given Promotion In Vietnam Cu Chi, Vietnam - Gary Pea, mas G. Penwell, Route 2, Harpers Ferry, was promoted to Army specialist four while serving as a squad leader in Company E 2nd Battalion of the 25th Infan. try Division's 27th Infantry near Cu Chi, Vietnam. Spec. 4 Penwell holds the Corn bat Infantryman Badge. The cere- I mony was held Jan. 9. { i Mr. Floyd Chapman and daugh- ter Sharon and Susan, Mrs. Fran ces Rodgers motored to Baltimore Md. on Sunday and visited Brenda Chapman at the Children's Hos- pital there. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAI aZtER ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1970 A---8 II I 4th ANNUAL EQUIPMENT AUCTION SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1970 AT 9:30 A. M. FREDERICK FAIR GROUNDS FREDERICK CITY, MD; Public is invited to consign and use this sale to sell and turn into cash any equipment not needed. Sale is advertised over a FOUR-STATE AREA and is WELL ESTABLISHED to obtain the HIGHEST DOLLAR for your items. For Details Contact The Undersigned: JAMES G. TROUT 15 North Court St. - Frederick, Md. - 301 662-6231 MERHLE N. WACHTER, Clerk Ijamsvflle, Md. - 301-663-5990 Feb. 26-1t- BLACK & DECKER (With 50-Ft. Cord F-R-E-E) 3/8" VARIABLE SPEED DRILLS --- $; VARIABLE SPEED DRILLS---- $i l DUAL ACTION DeLuxe VIBRATOR y l . Sanders. $14.9q W' Drills i:. i i ii $11# ALSO, SEE OUR FINE SELECTION [g B. & D. SAWS. SANDERS - Dglb ---ALL AT THE--- 217 W. Washington St. -- Charles ToW , -- DIAL 725.2245