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March 2, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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March 2, 1978

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SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer'sflDVOCATE 9 THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1978 P iOPLi00S BANK II i OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY ";'' ..0f Republican i ed at its first Up00wner J routine business, ? a nominee for the is Memorial In- 'as made from a s su P" I [ s . bmitted ebY " ,. clul The nam I ddecliff of Natiou " be Submitted [ N al Federation. If one 'il f lp With three ::lTh rum across the I I .i!:tloa of National i / ii   . Republican I / 00w00Sh00gton ' " i;l enoon lch, Mrs [ / iKhlghlights of the board [ [ .lTli]' nd.ed at the New I I i00ll'S00l n Louisiana, 11'" e Senator Judith .... 'Z 'an of Legislation [ l "-rch was also in at- filliP;. C00sp, of the :it fsthe Executive , :[ iFair: r:;n iI a with the rshall l'dl'ITS'79 term are: Jlj 1' St. l([with, 1st vice I 1_ ha Count , J] Bb _ Y; ", beil -' ' vice- [[N. Fc%nty; Mrs. IE y..- TM cretary, 00007:,00rby Riner, 01e,Crt p,,xey County; 00?;TWAY, TO00s 11800.00 11400.110 Republican Women Have Mrs. Leonard On Board} zen lt. Fair, newly mediate past president, Jef- ident of the W. Va.' ferson County; Mrs. W. W. Wertz, parliamentarian, Kanawha County. Officers of the Jefferson Ramsburg of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Magaha and daughter af Kearneysville. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jenkins and children, motored to Middletown to dine at the Wayside Inn. They were sur- prised to learn that the family seated at the table next to them was Mr. and Mrs. Run McDole and children. Mr. McDole, as food. On our sick list is little Miss Audra Hendricks who has Russian flu - Virginia Blizzard has been very sick with a big and little Jessica Luty has been under the weather too. Saw the Van Vleck's the other day and they have just returned from two weeks in Florida. They flew to Tampa and then drove to shiny? She wipes them with a very soft cloth and milk! It must be the right thing because her luck is fantastic with her green things. We extend our sympathy to Mattie Funk on the loss of her brother-in-law, Roland Funk. Are we all feeding our birds and little animals and are we all thinking spring? It really is just held Monday, Feb. 20, at the Village House with wives and guests included Zone Governor Glenn Hicks and wife and Dr. James Meier and wife. Member Be Blackford, chairman of ! social concerns, a counselor with the Eastern Panhandle Mental Health gave a speech, Entitles children, 6-12, $1.00; children under 6, 'free. Chades Town High 1949 Graduating Class Will Make Plans For Reunion 30-year reunion, you should contact Helen Payne Wiltshire, 725-7881 or Elsie Dunlap, 725-4469 after 5 p.m., no later than March 20. GED Testing Will Be Agency Day, a program initially An effort will be made to hold ful !snonsored by the Eastern areunion of themembers of the County Federation of many of you probably know, is a the Keys for several days and around the corner, you know.  __nhandle M Pa ental Health and 1949 graduating class of Charles The next GED testing will he Republican Women are: Mrs. football star for the Redskins. spent the rest of the time visiting I understand that Larry Kidd a_ou  b t overnnment health and [ Town High School in the near on Saturday, March 4, at 8 a.m Ba Bratina, president; Mrs. On Thursday, Mr. Wayne relatives and friends, just bought some property in  ..... n serv c , . ,,o, v i es available to I future, it was announced this at the Jefferson County Board of Owen Conklyn, vice president; Evans of Brucetown, visited Do you remember about three BRA. Congratulations and the public. Hopefully in the near [ week by Elsm M. Duap, of Education office. To secure an application and more in- Mrs. Fred E. Gates, treasurer, with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest months ago when 1 mentioned welcome, future media coverage by I Route 1, Kearneysvllle, a formation contact Donald and Mrs. William Wheatley, Rudolph and family. Nancy and Larry LaMotte and _ ............ :. ...... rwsoer - radio and meetings ] member of the class. secretary. . ............. -: ...... thelrhttleKarmMichelle Well, --" " will nmvide information for [ If you were a member of the Mickey, Jefferson County Women who are interested in ..................... this past Sunday the proud SHENANDOAH e v'ao nrorams Ap- [ graduating class in i949 and are Schools, 106 West North Street, joining the Jefferson Co ....... . . i Charles Town, 725-9741. Federation of Republican BLUE R/DG[ ACRES grandparents, BJ and Calvin JUNCTION Droned by the club on the I interested m helping toplan for a t Women, should get in touch with L/nda Cooper introduced her to some of BRA. MIss Llllfan Myers proposal - by Lee Snyder Z I-''t-it ne ts mree monms ore, onxy mg chairman of environment anfl IB _ _ Mrs. William Wheatley, P.O. ._:=;.__.=%.. asaminute, very alert and cute :'..%-..%'-."-%%%'" public service was the erectingll IIFFFRSM nee Box 453, Charles Town. The next regular monthly The other day I spoke with as a button. She.was passed from Mr RichardB. Elliott, S3, of of signs in regard to asking the [ ] lWl.. l.ll'.I ..lll meeting will be held at 2 p.m., Margaret Koontz and she one to. me o arm never 4th 'Avenue Ranson died public's cooperation in not lit- 1 = ,  _ Tuesday, March 14, at the home mentioned some Large and compiameo a. mr.,- she. realty Monday, February 13, irl' Merev tering trash along the highways, ] I g:00onJ ng oon of Mrs. Dean Boyle, on the unusual paw prints in the seemed, to enjoy me party ano Hospital in Pittsburgh He was but deposit their trash at the [ ! " - vicinity of her home. Several mese Dig, aarx frown eyes (llO born May 2, 1915 in Shenandoah county dump at no cost if [  n...,^ n t^.,t. Road.Kearneysville - Shepherdstown other persons saw these tracks not miss a truck! .... Junction, the son of the late John brought by automobile. It was] nUUt  IUftll and Houston took pictures of  arxxyn xeelng and Laura Elliott felt that many are unaware of  [j r,-,ob, o 'r,,,,,. w Uo . ;C..-..%%%%" ,. .... a ''e -ncensus is that netter after ner taxi flown her ....... =: ....... this free service to the public I [ bfl]rlP IOWll w, gd, " ln] aU " U .......... S uamnxa wntsmre spent I i - they are BEAR tracks! Strange starts an(/speazmg ot manxyn- last week with Mr and Mrs Don't forget the clubs annual[ 1 _ _ SUMMIT POINt things are happening but then rues? ot you WhO.nave seen r Harry Rowe in Hagerstown, Md' pancake supper to be held I [(Formerly Tony's Restaurant) JoyceRudolph this weather is forcing all pxants5 fl you Know now s The meeting of the Shenan: Saturday, March 11, from 111| " " " _ _ %:.:..::CC. creatures to go far afield for Keeps me xeaves so nealtny anfl doah Junction Ruritan Club was a.m. to 8 p.m. Adults, $2.25; | . :. ' : ;ll On Wednesday, Feb. 15, the i lllmm00 n Summit Point Busy Bee 4-H Club held their regular monthly REDUCTIONS meeting at the home of Clifford Hale. The meeting was called to order and the 4-H Pledge were repeated and they sang the 4-H song. Old and new business was discussed as follows: the street signs for Summit Point. A donation to the community center for remodeling and a OF ELECTRIC USE Summit Point Busy Bees 4-H skating party to be held on Feb. 23. The meeting was adjourned and refreshments were served by the hostess. The 4-H club needs a good leader for the Busy Bees. Submitted by Brian l} Last Saturday, Mr. Jimmy 0RDERE Davis visited at the home oPMr. and Mrsl Bill Seibert and sons in  Walnut Grove. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John  Davis and Jimmy were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brady and son of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Walton WEST VIRGINi A Little Jimmy Cameron celebrated his 3rd birthday on Monday. Visiting during the day with him were his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Frank Cameron, of MillviUe; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cooper and sons of Walnut Grove and his paternal grafidparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner. The highlight of the days celebrated was a caked baked for the occasion by his mother, Mrs. Woodrow Cameron, which was decorated in a Sesame Street theme featuring many of the moppet characters. Word was received recently that Mr. and Mrs. Bobby B. Sirk, Jr., of Terra Alta, W. Va., are the parents of a son born on January 11 at the W. Va. University Hospital. He weighed 7 lbs. 7V oz. at birth and is named Bobby B. Sirk, III. Mrs. Sirk is the former Patricia Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benny S. Johnston, who reside on the Summit Point - Charles Town Road. Little Amy Shirley of Mid- dleway, spent Wednesday af- ternoon visiting at the home of John Rudolph. On Wednesday, Mark Rudolph accompanied some of his Jef- ferson High team mates and coaches on a trip by car to see Maryland defeat Wake Forrest in Basketball. Upon their return to Charles Town, he remained overnight as a guest in the home of Joe French. On Friday Mark, along with Joe French and Harry Barker of Charles Town, spent the night at the home of Dwayne Frazier, also of Charles Town. On Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Americus Qualini, of Darkesville, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner of Monte View. On Thursday, Mr. Alfred Johnson, of Charles Town, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson. Also on Sunday, Mr. Jay Longerbeam of Berryville, visited with Dermic, and later that day, Mr. Wade Wharton and Mrs. Flora Price, of Charles Town visited in the Johnson home. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven and Ronnie enjoyed a visit with the former's, Mr. Thurston Collins of Winchester. And Sunday visitors in their home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence The tentative agreement reached by the bargaining councils of the mine operators and mine workers has yet to be ratified by either side. Even if ratified it will take several weeks before coal production and delivery reaches normal levels. Consequently, by order of the West Virginia Public Service Commission, puuant to the Energy Emergency Operating Plan it has adopted, mandatory curtailment of electric use is now in effect for customers of Potomac Edbon in West Virginia. ,,i i i i i i i i i , i i r e @ Effective immediately, request the reduction of all outdoor fighting to the minimum level necessary for life and property protection, elimination of all advertisement lighting except for a single luminaire to indicate commercial facilities open after dark, and reduction by 50% of the number of elevators and escalators. Request curtailment of electrical energy for enter- tainment, recreational, and sporting activities, . Curtail all industrial and commercial customers (other than residential users) to levels approximately 70% of the customers' corresponding months usage in the previous year or to levels not less than those required for the protection of human life and safety and protection of physical plant facilities, whichever is greater. Such curtailment levels shall be achieved by all such customers not later than 12:01 a.m., Thursday, March 2, 1978, unless otherwise ordered, Facilities whose function is to provide life support, and national, state, or local security, or essential public services should strive to meet the curtailment level indicated, but shall not be required to do so. Customers who fail to observe .the mandatory curtail. ment steps shall, after 24 hours actual written notice from the utility, be subject to termination of service. Any such customer shall have the right to appeal such termination of such' notice thereof to the commission. In addition to these mandatory requirements, we con- tinue our urgent appeal to all customers -- including residential users -- to eliminate all non-essential uses of electricity during this emergency. Potomac Edison Part of the Allegheny Power System Held Saturday Morning