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I0 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1978 Sta-Rite @ Submersible PUMPS 1/2 HP for Shallow and Mid-depth Wells Sale s19000 ,e0o,arsu,0e,te00 price s270.00 Delivers high volume. Example: 750 gala. per hour at 60 ft. No. 8P4C02S. 1/2 HP for Deep Wells Sale s224 Regular suggested price $318.00 Delivers up to 200 gallons per hour at 300 ft. No. 4P4C02S. % HP for High Volume(,o200,,.) Sale S244 Regu'ar sugges'ed price =346.00 Delivers 770 gala. per hour at 100 feet. No. 8P4D02S. Capri Automatic Washer SALE ,329oo 5 wash cycles, 3 temperature choices. Infinite water "mizer" lets you dial exact amount needed. Power drain. No. W828W. @ 31/2 gal. Com Air S Regular suggested ,16, price $21.50 Galvanized tank: Brass extension. No. . 50 ft. 518" Vinyl Capri Electric Clothes Garden Regular j suggested lhF I Dryer price $10.50  Flexible in all weather. burst strength, Brass SALE ,o. $229o0 Sentry "Weeder" Fence Regular suggested price $29.95 $ Low-pressure flow-through drying lets you cut drying time and save fuel. Ideal for permanent press items. No. E828W. 1 weed tips. Signal Li No. Turf-Trac 8 HP Lawn Tractor Regular suggested SALE price $750.00 *675o0 34" deck with wheels. 3-speed peerless transaxle. Disc brakes. Electric start. Low-tone muffler. "- No. 3347-81. Turf-Trac 11 HP Lawn Tractor (38" deck) .000o,..u0.s,o0 SALE price $895.00 *79500 38" floating deck with separate wheels. Electric start. Headlights. Three- speed transaxle. Disc brakes. No. 3384-81. Unico 40_gal. Electric Water Heater SALE ,96oo Regular suggested price $107.00 Glass-lined tank. Magnesium anode fights corrosion. Full length dip tube saves energy. No. ER42D. "Swinger" Steel Panel Gates 12 ft. (No. PG-512) SALE *30" 14 ft.(No. PG-514) SALE *356" Rugged welded construction gives years of rust-free, sag-free and twist-free seryice. Galvanized. SPRING SALG00 Controlled Air WATER TANK Sale *78 Regular suggested price $107.00 Eliminates waterlogging. Water contained in vinyl bag--never comes in contact with metal No. CA-42. Turf-Trac il HP Garden Tractor Regular suggested SALE price ,995.00 ,895oo 4 speed, heavy-duty cast-iron transaxle for ground-engaging tools. Electric start. Alternator. Disc brakes. No. 4111-83. Mobile Home ROOF COATING ALUMINUM ASPHALT FIBRATED ROOF COATING *22" Sale *21 , S gels. Fibrated aluminum as- phalt product. Restores, protects, insulates, pre- vents leaks. No. 72. 5 gels. Waterproofs, insulates, preserves, reflects heat. No. 61. Submersible Pump CONTROL BOX For , HP Models Sale *37" Regular suggested price $53.00 No. CP4C02B. For HP Models Sale *38 oo Regular suggested price $54.00 No. CP4D02B. UTHERN STA Charles Town Co - Op Dial 725 - 22 T2 North Mildred Street. Ranson, W. Va. HORSE FEED SAVINGS Save 25* on each 50-lb. bag ($1.00 per ton) of Perfor- mance Champion, Colt Maker, or Silver Stirrup. DOG FOOD DISCOUNT Save 25' on each 25-1b. bag and 50  on each 50-lb, bag of any Red Ranger dry dog food... $1.00 on each case of cans. Sale Moves 45 water 5ft. 1 No. CD-16 BARBED Sale "Motto" 15'/= gauge. High ten MIDDLEWA Y MRS. Larry Rinl The Middleway U.M. Church women met at the social room at the Middleway U.M. Church on Sunday for their first meeting of the year, with Mrs. William Friend and Mrs. Larry Ring as hostesses. The meeting was caged to order by the president, Mrs. George Gruber. Mrs. Gruber led, the devotions and lesson. She opened with prayer, followed by giving the lesson that was missed for January. Her story related to John on "The Prologue". Portions were read' from the Bible by Mrs. Larry Pierce, Mrs. Grace Swartz and Mrs. Naomi Barrow, the leader giving explanation and discussion of the passages read. The lesson and story for February was given by Mrs. William Friend. Her story vas also from John on "John the Baptist 'and Jesus". Both gave interesting lessons. The president, Mrs. Gruber, conducted the business meeting. Roll call and a report by the treasurer was given, followed by various reports and discussions. The p decidnd tO visit our special member, Mrs. Joe Barnes in a group with the date to be announced this coming Sunday. With no further business, the ladies joined in their friendship circle for the Mizpah and then were invited into the adjoining room where they found an-at- tractive table using the St. Patrick's theme with an arrangement of yellow and white mums and lighted candles. The invocation was given by Mrs. Larry Ring. Refreshments of chicken salad sandwiches, cake, potato chips, mints, nuts and punch were served by Mrs. Friend and Mrs. Ring. Those enjoying the evening of fellowship were Mesdames William Friend, Larry Ring, George Gruber, Naomi Barrow, Grace Swartz, Virginia Pierce, Mary White, Catherine Cross, Barbara Frye, Virginia Dunlap and Miss Judy Frye. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. on March 29 at the home of Mrs. Larry Pierce. Mrs. Douglas Ring is a surgical patient in the King's "Daughters Hospital in Mar- tinsburg. We are happy to report Mrs. Mary White is doing fine and was able to attend church Sunday. She hopes to have the cast removed on March 2. Callers this past week were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicedemus, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White from Martinsburg; Mesdames Naomi Barrow, Herman Reed, Gary Place, Virginia Dunlap, Catherine Cross, Larry Ring and Misses Cindy cross and Judy Frye. Mrs. Susie Burch was honored with a bridal shower on Satur- day at the social room of the Middleway U.M. Church by Mrs. Donna Wiley. Games were played and prizes going to Barbara and Judy Frye, Jo Wilson, Peggy Boyd and Jo Ann Davis. Those attending were Mrs. Ruth Moreland, Mrs. Mary Ann Lee and Tiffany, Mrs. Jo Wilson, Mrs. Pat Mackey and Teddy, Mrs. Jack Burch, Mrs. Peggy BOyd, Mrs. Anne Diehl, Mrs. Jo ,m Burch and Faith, Mrs. Barbara Frye and Judy, Mrs. ara Mngaha, Mrs. Catherine Cross, Mrs. Helen Barnes, Mrs. Donna Wiley, Dan, Johnny and Julia, Mrs. Libby Nicedemus and Mrs. Barbara Rarron. Mrs. Burch received a lot of nice gifts and those who were unable to aRencl sent gifts. Mrs. Wiley served cake, punch, chips, nuts and mints. : Mrs. Thomas White from Stephen City, Va., visited on I Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Cahrles Kearns. Mr. Walter Moyer was ad- mitted to the Winchester Memorial Hospital on Sunday for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swartz visited on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. McIlwee in Win- chester. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moyer have returned home after spending several weeks in Midway, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicely were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee Nicely in Shannondale. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nicodemus honored their daughters, Mrs. G. R. Welsh and Kathy, with a birthday dinner on Sunday at their home. Both celebrated their birthdays on the same day, February 28. Those helping to celebrate along with their parents were Mrs. Bertha Nicodemus, Miss Judy Longerbeam, Mr. G. R. Welsh and Randy from Shepherdstewn. The new 4-H Club in Mid- dleway met on February 15 at the home of Matthew and Adam Howard. This was their business meetring. The name chosen for the new club was "The Trail Blazers". The club elected of- ricers also for the club. Mrs. Dabble Lockwood, leader; Mrs. Peggy Grantham, assistant leader; Adam Howard, president; Tammy Pifer, secretary; Pamela Lockwood, game leader and Cindy Mobley, song leader. The next meeting will be held on March 16 at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Pamela Lockwood. Anyone interested in joining the club, please contact Mrs. Lockwood. The community is proud of this new club formed in Middleway and best wishes and good luck. Mr. Homer  of Gerard- stown, was a Thursday guest with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Linton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry James of Martinsburg, and Miss Ruth James, home for her spring !vacation from Alderson Broaddus College in Phillippi, W. Va., visited on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James. This past Sunday Mrs. Sally Jo Day and her son Basil, from Kemptown, Md., was the guest speaker for the morning worship at the Middleway U.M. Church. The youth of the church were in charge of the service. Don't forget the Jubilators Gospel quartet will be singing at the Middleway U.M. Church Sunday and the covered dish to follow. Mrs. Helen Shirley, Mrs. Resie Ring, Mrs. Larry Ring and Mrs. Naomi Barrow spent Friday in Hancock, Md., shopping. MILL VILL| Mils Dorothy Lake Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fritts and Mrs. Mary Lancaster and son Donnie were Monday dinner guests of Mrs. Dewey Meadows. Mrs. William King, of Laurel, Md., was a recent weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lilla and son Curtis and Mr. and Mrs. Vince Lilla. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Milburn and family of Rippon, were "Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam. Mrs. Louis Tambascio was a Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam and Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. Mr. and Mrs. Tony D'Angelo, Jr., and children of Halltown, were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Michael D'Angeto and Mr. tony D'Angelo. 1Vr. and Mrs. Dickie Kelican were Saturday visitors of the former's grandparents, Mr. and! Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam. Mr. Vernon Mathena Woodstock, Md., was a visitor of and Mrs. Melvin Lilla on Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Viands, Jr., were recent Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ,Michael D'Angelo D'Angelod Mr. an Dot Lake chester, Va. Bald dangercd CALL US CONCRETE We Hondle All Jobs CARPORTS PATIOS * SIDEWALKS * POURING.I I "" I Tu.00 lSztJ,motes, I pRO Division of Turf 725-7612 w725.9:13