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March 2, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1978 ):! II on Dnrectors, Reports IShepl00d Clam 19781Harry Lee Johnson Resigns From l ,'ell rl V OO [;'/Mlight Southern States E!ects Offic m .... Teaching Job InJefferson County Ing Jeff. a,gh Tuesday ivlemners of the cmss of ttms at I A _ THE SPRING RUSH Shepherd College elected their Harry Lee Johns'on, who has tmred. I z_ur Mower and Tiller class officers this week, in- served asa teacher at Jefferson Frazier said a substitute teacher, Arlene Rose, has been SGrvic NOW teaching Johnson's calsses at # Board of Directors, ,ome Advisory Com- mbers, as well as reports, will highlight :  States Coopeative's ,nnbership meeting for es Town Cooperative 'Y 28, at Jefferson l. The meeting will be op., Tabb, Ill, of serve as local meeting. of Win- of Southern regional the over-all operations. His discuss the s role in In a individual to form whose sole oh- goods and Proprietors as are independent who users. Another the main .b- Organization ,is to serve the needs of the owners and not to accumulate profits. Local operations and services rendered to agriculture in the community will be discussed by manager Charles Hubbard. Theme of the meeting will be, "Cooperatives - Free Enterprise with a Difference". There will be special recognition for local board and Farm Home Advisory Com- mittee members who retired this year. Nominees for the local board are: Charles Adams, Edward Boyd, Rippon; Stafford Koonce, Halltown; Larry T. Magaha, of Charles Town, and Ronald Widmeyer, of Charles Town. Ladies nominated for the Farm Home Advisory Com- mittee are: Mrs. Woodrow Adams, Rippon; Mrs. Larry T. Magaha, of Charles Town, and Mrs. L. Campbell Tabb, of Kearneysville. An award for safe driving will be presented to Clark Bowling and Lyle Moler, employees of S. S. Charles Town Cooative. Jefferson High and while no decision has been reached on the at The WESTERN AUTO STORE matter, Frazier said she would 'probably continue to do so until ,* the end of the present school system. { Consumer borrowing re- ported on the increase. THE OP SHOP l 112 W. Liberty St. ;#: Charles Town, W.Va: OPEN. Tuesdays & Fridays  10 AM  - 4 PM ! Guild Volunte-rs. " & Donations Good Used Household Items Received & o__meCo in and Browse Around + r the fun Place to Shop in lawn. FOR INFORMATION CALL :+L:-, ._.1. PUBLIC SALE +t=:ell 3tmli?ood, West, Virginia, Turn East on _,lll tosal .h to Haines Market- Turn Right- .2 P#,'pae 51v^"--   From Charles Town, West Vwgmm. ."a it- 2 ':  approximately 8 miles to Haines' Market .,.+=-, ,, LA'-- ' mile to sale. +. "U'd)AY+ -- -- MARCH 4,1978 1' AT -_ --. 10:00 A. M: XIiAT]ELy too, -Ml', Interna '- 25 tractors -- including Cubs, .- Plo:[na. Is, John Deere, Fergusens and other lllr,d cultivators, wagons, rotary cutters, post i,L.. ra: ' Wood saws, rakes, balers, grain elevators, Vlill* "*ill a  related articles ',: u.e offerin a + l on f t Is am =MIL.'.rtic,_ g good seech o oo , s e ql: IAR, and other miscellaneous items. +, _;:IT 8+RlSet u+s sDelPyEtLE:ri:p:rSmleSqA;:eNnt ii p+ +' "Pt GAR A BOHRER, SALE MANAGER :!mmas " m-9+m -': W-- : MORRow, MILLER AND BOHRER +:: -N0t li], BOHRER, AND BOHRER ! . eSPonSible for Accidents on Premises  ' Lunch Rights REserved . ANTIETAM FARM +@,tie h, ..J:: ' ORDs of PROVEN QUALITY  hURPLE & GOLD SALE %OA. SAeC. 4. 7S -  P.m. /: +:q "+- oy Dr. Eller of VPI wsWith  " .... l Calves By Top Bulls, Including ,:,  % BT :Advancer 224G ! s Bred to Trium ha r+l Llttl-- p nt and Other Top I +  antieta r, Ibqo In Farm Sires +:  O'ers Bred to BT Advancer 224G Yearling Heifers, Including Top now Prospects  %trl'tl+ tots ,s ' ALITy ---- REGISTERED HEAD ][ :" VUIlllIRED YEARLING STEERS r'8 Livestock Exchange It Iloonesboro, Md. II, Auctioneer + md Informmqon Coil +-(301) 320-5318 eluding president, vice- president, secretary, and treasurer. President of the Class of 1978 is Charles Edward Gagen, 487 ! Kenora Drive, Millersville, Md., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles !E. Gagen. He is a recreation major at Shepherd College, and was a 1974 graduate of Severna Park High School. Elected vice-president was Pamela S. Baird, Rt. 3, Wheeling, the daughter of Betty I. Baird and Mr. J. W. Baird, Eli: Pare has majored in home economics in college, has been president of the Kappa .micron Phi home economics honorary,. and vice-president of Delta Zeta Sorority. She was a member of the 1976 Homecoming Court, nominated by Phi Sigma Ep- , silon. [ A Martinsburg student, Beverly A. Hoffmaster, 107 Albert Street, was elected Class Secretary. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hoffmaster, she has majored in early childhood education and has been an honor student. She is named in the college Who's Who, and was designated 'the Out- ,standing Junior Classman by :Studnet Government Association in 1977. She plans to teach special education. Andrew S. Bowers, elected treasurer, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bowers, of Frederick. He too is an honor student. He has majored in physical education. People who cxtend liberal support to the churches seldom worry about what they get in return. !High School, for about two i years, until his arrest in May 1977, on a charge of murder, has resigned his teaching position with the Jefferson County Board of Education. Schools Superintendent Raymond Frazier, announced Thursday, February 16, he had received a letter of resignation from Johnson. An English teacher at Jefferson High, Johnson had been paid his salary through the last month of the school year in 1976-77. Johnson, who was charged with the murder of James Payne, an advertising salesman for a newspaper, was acquitted of the murder charge in  January, after a week-long trial in Berkeley County Circuit Court. Johnson then left for his home in Reidsville, North Carolina, stating at the time he had not decided what his future would be with respect to the teaching job at Jefferson High. In his letter to Mr: Frazier mailed from Reidsville, Johnson stated "After serious con- sideration and thoughtd, I have reached a definite decision to resign from the Jefferson County School system, effective January 30, 1978. Frazier said he had discussed the matter with Johnson several weeks ago. Johnson said, "my ap- proximate two years with the Jefferson County School system have been pleasant and provided a stimulating challenge. I en- joyed working with Schools Supt. Harold Pickens, members of the Board of Education, personnel staff and teachers at Jefferson High. And my employment with the school system in Jefferson County will long be refflem- Warren D. Miller Is Admitted To Potomac State Warren Dabney Miller, of Shepherdstown, has been ac- cepted for admission to Potomac State College for the 1978-79 academic year, beginning August 1978. Potomac State College is the junior college branch of W. Va. University located in Keyser, W. Va. A fully accredited liberal arts college, Potomac State offers an Associate in Arts degree in 38 fields. Warren is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dabney Miller, He is a senior at Jefferson High School. Engineering will be his major. Our New Shipment Has Just Arrived "It Don't Cost Nuthin to Look" JAMES E. SENSENEY, ow,. 725- 7316 Charles Town MARCH + ( m II + N RAL'STDII 5 4/ -- W. WASHINGTON ST. l Satisfaction Guaranteed c...s TOWN. w. VA. I I mm _ m mmlmmm D_00E00MiN00T00T Casual'jSackets Bath0000owels qJP' Ill 'IWjP  eFiirs:tluali:y: .S:ie!irrkn:g::arsof eC,:,:;: and polyester DE.Gel" TABLETS 100 tablets BOYS' Jeans .First quality .Assorted fabrics and colors eSizes 8-18 [ ea. It VASELINE" BRAND ntensive Care" LOTION WOOD iVORY CLOTHESPINS MOBIL , MOTOR OIL 3.5 oz. Personal size Coil Spring Pins Special 10W-30 All Season Motor Oil 19