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, CHAPEL E)F GOD Arnold Hoffman, following ser- I0 a.m. ; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Children&apos;s Hour, 11 a.m.; Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Cottage Prayer meeting. For information call 725-5739 or 725-4845. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Bible study. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on of February, 1978. )N COMPANY, of increased rates on the 18th day of November, 1977, The a corporation, filed Revised P.S.C.W. Vs. No. 1, stating increased furnishing electric service in the entire e State of West Virginia, to become 18, 1977; and order dated December 7, 1977, The Company, a corporation, was made proceeding and pending investigation, thereon, the aforesaid revised tariff and the use of the rates and charges deferred until the 16th day of April, 1978, by the Commission, to enable the examine and investigate the supporting data. revised tariff and to provide time for the Division of Accounts, Finance and Rates to concerning the matters involved order dated January 11, 1978, the Corn- tendered filing was not in compliance of Rule 42 of the Rules and the Government of the Construction and Utilities and Common Carriers by and ac Edison Company was ordered to with corrected exhibits as required were to remedy the deficiencies of their tendered filing; and the Commission further ordered that The 's tendered filing of November 18, abeyance pending compliance with the 1, 1978, and that the suspension period of '120' days would be tolled for the the tendered filing was held in abeyance at the same point at which it was tolled L's acceptance of corrected exhibits; , The Potomac Edison Company has filed with Ibsequent to the January 11, 1978 order, rich are now substantially in - Commission's tariff filing requirements. WHEREOF the Commission is that notice and formal hearing of the are still necessary and that the shall cotninue to be suspended and dison Company is in substantial the filing requirements discussed in the" of January 11, 1978. g of the one days suspension notice period as i'3he Commission's order of January date of this order. that the aforesaid tariff filing Continues to be suspended and that the was made effective by order dated in full force and effect for the full lays which will be until the 23rd day of that if this case shall not have at the expiration of the aforesaid Such rates and charges applied for shall affect until a bond shall have been given The amount of the bond interest thereon shall be determined by . such rates are placed into effect. that this matter be set for Room at the Charleston on the 7th day of March, EST, at which time and place the appear to prosecute its request for. and charges. Leave is hereby to file its petition to time prior to or on the date of said case and (he Commission will entertain at that time. The Commission jn this matter that copies of 42 information and exhibits are now' parties and encourages said parties to as early as possible in order to ORbERED that The Potomac Edison as herein required must issues as hereinafter matters. on or before April 5, 1978, any intervenors are to prefile which are as follows: Work in Progress of Tax Savings Due to Accelerated Timing Differences. that on April 11, 1978, that issues only, to Heating Room at the Capitol in 10:00 a.m., EST, at which time the my intervanors may present their all witnesses may be subjected all Parties" may present rebuttal interim issues. that the respondent, The corporation, give notice of the and of the time and place of' a copy of this order in a con - service are paid for a days prior to the 7th day ofi by publishing a copy of, in each of the Cities  Berkeley Springs, Romney, and Franklin. The first be made not less' 1978. The of the newspapers shall be madel than seven '7' days prior I respondent, The Potomac  of said publicationl 1978. the Secretary of the of The Potomac Edison Com-i Mail, Return Reeeipt Freeda P. Jones: Acting Secretary FIREBIRD TO BE PRESENTED FOR CHILDREN OF COUNTY. SATURDAY AT OLD OPERA HOUSE IN CHARLES TOWN Shown above are The Czar and Prince Ivan, stars in the Theatre West Virginia marionette production, "Firebird", to be presented for the children of Jefferson County at the Old Opera House, Saturday, March 11, for three .performances only. Performances will be at 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. Tickets are 50 cents each and may be purchased at the Old Opera House between 9 and 5 daily. SHEPHERDSTOWN Mrs. Janet Hansen Karen Boyle, daughter of Col. and Mrs. Dean Boyle, received her Captain's bars on February i 27 at a ceremony at Ft. Bragg Womack Army Hospital. Karen entered the Army Nurses Corp in September, 1975, after her graduation from the University of Maryland. Caroline and Wade Banks have returned to their German Street home after a trip to Bermuda. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Washburn announce the birth of a 6 lb., 4% oz. daughter, Wendy Elizabeth, on February 24. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F. Kenneth Barron of Shepherds town. Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Jean Baughman, of Tampa, Fla., and 'Mr. James Washburn of Lost Creek, W. Va. Mrs. Winifred Tegge has returned to Shepherdstown after a trip to Florida. Tech Sgt. Edgar L. Kidrick, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kidrick, German Street, has been accepted as a student at the NCO Academy at McGuire AF Base in New Jersey for ad- ditional training. On March 28; he will receive an Associate Degree in Law Enforcement and return to duty at the Pentagon. Mrs. Kidrick is the former Mary K. Elizabeth Cook, of Mar- i t'msburg. The Jefferson County Art Council announces the opening of a watercolor and drawing !exhibit by Jacqueline Petltcolas i Sense| i at the Yellow Brick Bank from March 12 through April 2, Anyone with news of meets, social events, activities, please call Janet Hansen, 876-2672. SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Mrs. Gerald Grove and Mr. Elzy Longerbeam of Mr. Mission; Mr. Marshall Grove of Virginia, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and son were guests during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart 'and sons of Dargan, Md.; Mr, and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherd- stown; Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughter, and Mrs. Jean Whitehair and son were visitors on Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, Mrs. Audrey Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstuwn. Mr. Gary Harriss of Dargan, Md., was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan and Donald. Mrs. Barbara Staubs of Harpers Ferry, was a visitor on Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart of Fox Glen, was a visitor Monday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith celebrated their 8th anniversary with a dinner given to them on Sunday at the Fellowship Hall at Silver Grove Church, given by Mr. and Mrs. Cil Everhhrt and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and Tracy. Those present were Mr. and Ms. Jake Smith of Pleasantville, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart of Dargan, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Buz Willingham and Misty of Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Sandra Higgs and children of Walnut Grove; Mrs. Debra Grey and sons of West Ridge Hills; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Everhart, Mrs. Hilda Piper, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son, Mr. Earl Cogle and Jennifer and Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs and son, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughters, Mrs. Mary Longerbeam, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters. A cake with Happy Anniversary to Paula and Ron was baked for the occasion. They received many nice gifts and they wish to thank everyone. Mrs. Shelva Cogle was ad- mitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Sunday, undergoing tests and X-rays. Mrs. Mary Longerbeam was admitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Sunday due to illness. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus and daughter of Frederick, Md., were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove and family. Mrs. Beatrice Everhart, Mrs. Darlene Cole, Mrs. Hilda Piper, and Mrs. Vanessa Everhart were guests during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. David Brackett and Mary Ann and Mrs. Betty Viands of Millvilie, were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. CALL FOR US YOUR CONCRETE MIX We HandleAll Concrete Jobs Professionally * CARPORTS * PATIOS * DRIVEWAYS * SIDEWALKS * BASEMENT FLOORS Walter Cogie and Donald and Susan. A birthday dinner was given hst Sunday for the belated birthday of Mr. Edgar Everhart, given by his daughter Wanda. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Everhart and Angels Everhart were present for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son, Mr. Earl Cogie i and children and Christine i Buzzard were guests Sunday I with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson,j Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Ruby Browning of Blue Ridge Acres was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Piper and family. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughter were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs and family. Mr.and Mrs. Buz Willingham and daughter of Brunswick, Md.; Mr. and Mrs Danny Eve'rt and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and family of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mrs. Sandra Smith and son of Security Hills was a visitor Friday with Mr. 'and Mrs.  Captain Rodgers. Mrs. Mary Chapman is spending several days with her son and daughter-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bageant :and family of Millville, were visitors on Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd "Bucky' Chapman, Jr., are the parents ,of an 8. lb. 15 oz. son born on Wednesday, March I, in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. He has been given the name Floyd Steven. This is the second child for the couple. They have a daughter Angle. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and granddaughter were visitors Friday wRh Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman, Jr., and family of Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherdstown, were visitors Monday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were v|sitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Higgs and family of Walnut Grove. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Some of the people celebrating birthdays this month are Pete and Jeff Bullock, Zack Fleming, Charley Owens, Emma Locke and Ruth Locke. Mrs. Warren Collis en- tertained the following at dinner on Sunday in honor of Mrs. J. S. Locke's birthday. Miss Lydia Starliper, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Locke and Jim. Mrs. C. H. Dunbar was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bullock on Sunday. The Leetown Home Demon- stration Club will meet with Mrs. Glenn Quinn, Charles Town, March 15, for an afternoon meeting. Mrs. Howard Backus will have the lesson. Mrs. John Poland, Mar- tinsburg, was a visitor in Leetown on Tuesday. Congratulations to Tricia Kisner on her promotion at the Peoples Bank. Tricia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis and was raised in Leetown. The Leetown U.M. Church pastorl Rev. Charles Frurn, is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital Paul Ranalli gave an interesting talk on Sunday morning, filling in for Rev, Frum. Mrs. Cora Jefferson is now borne after having surgery in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Fay Hammond, Ship- pensburg, Pa., visited her mother, Mrs. Ruth Moreland on Sunday. Miss Diane Collis, Winchester, Vs., visited her parents Mr. and .Mrs. Warren CoUis on Sunday. You are getting old when you forget to exer- cise your body and are afraid to exercise your mind. NOTICE OF PROPOSED TARIFF OFFERING On the first day of March, 1978, General Telephone Com- pany of the Southeast, a public utility, filed with the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, an application for a new serving offering The filing is issued to establish rates and charges for an FM Receiver with an effective date of April 10, 1978. This Receiver is a complete, compact, music source with built-in antenna, designed to provide music-on-hold for key systems. This is a new service offering for customers who might desire this service. Monthly Rate - $5.00; Installation Charge - P,0.00. Anyone desiring to protest this proposed filing may do so, in writing, in ten days of the date of publication of this notice. All protests should briefly state the reason for the protest and should be addressed to The Secretary, Public Service Commission of West Virginia, Charleston, West Virginia 25305. If no protests are received, the Commission may approve the proposed tariff change without a hearing. GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF THE SOUTHEAST A CORPORATION March 9-2t STA-DRI paint I to the rescue 1 It seals water I out of masonr I Don'! wait fluttt yct h&Y( ILO ] swim down tn  the bmlul in yonr | Imsermmt. Paint poems mammry | walb with Sla.l'ri Masonry Paint I Ihat's lupplled in a variety Of [ t'autiful decotor vcflors and I while. It ,mns, in many [mckar sizen for eoatica| tt,stment Of [ ,% larc amall Ir. Just mix the itowdcrr.d |nlemdienls with walet" [ and alqdlf with brnsh o alway iemlde, otltslde, abow of below male on all |menus maeoory. Aek , for complete detdb. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 15 THURSDAY, MARCH 9,1978 POWHATAN HEADMASTER, STAGE MANAGERS CONFERE ON ANNUAL SHAKESPEARAN PLAY Lindsey Athey, left, daughter of Mr. and mrs. Louis B. Athey, of Summit Point, discusses "The Tempest" with headmaster Donald Niemann and another 8th grader, Robin Packard. Lindsey and Robin are co-stage managers for the annual Shakespearean play, which will be presented at the Powhatan School in Boyce, Va., on March 15, 16, and 17. COMPLETE DISPERSAL Dairy Herd & Farm Machinery AUCTION - March 11th Satu00rday, 10:30 a.m. Estate of R. F. Hill, III, Berry Hill Farm, Orange, Va. 242 Head - 130 Cow Milking Herd; 47 Bred Heifers - 30 Holsteins, 17 Jerseys, bred for Summer and Fall Freshening; 34 Yearlings Current DHI Roiling Averages, 19,092m 3.2 percent 608f, 100 Holsteins; 11,773m 4.4 percent 523f, 30 Jerseys. Equipment includes - 25 x 80 Harvestore w-25 ft. Goliath Unloader, 1,000 gaL Mueller Bulk 'rank w<lual compressors and complete line of farm machinery including four J.D. Diesel tractors, 4300, 3020, 2510, and 1520; '77 J-10 Jeep Pick- up, '73 C60 Chev. Truck w-16' cattle body, Datsun 1600 Truck, 3 J.D. Self-Unloading Wagons, Gehl 99 Hi-Throw Blower, Gehl 600 Chopper, J.D. 4-row Corn Planter w-fert, boxes, N.H. Hay Baler w-thrower, Bush Hog, Chisel Plows, Gehl Manure Spreader, Rake, Cultivator, Harrow, Haybine, Cultipacker, Drill, and many more items. For Detailed Brochure Contact OWNBY AUCTION & REALTY CO., INC. 1301 Hermitage Rd., Richmond, Va. Telephone 804-258-8493 STATE 115 A N. Chades Street Charles Town, W. Va. C. B, B & W., Color T. V. and Stereo Equipment Repairs. Repair Parts and abor guaranteed for 90 days, We repair all makes and models. I AIso Tape Players and Ca B. Mobile Installations. " Complete CB i t V., Tower, Rotor and Atenna Instalbt00 PHONE (304), 725., 3567 HOURS: 94 Daily Except Fdday 9-8 P. M. NOTICE OF PROPOSED TARIFF OFFERING On the first day of March, 1978, General Telephone Corn. pany of the Southeast, a public utility, filed with the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, an application for a new service offering. The filing is issued to establish the charges for four typs of jacks that may be required to connect customer-owned data, ancillary devices, key systems, and PBX systems to the telephone network. These proposed connectors are being established as a service offering in compliance with VOLUME X, Part 68, Subpart F, of the Federal Com. munications Commission's Rules and Regulations pertaining to all connections to the telephone network. These regulations require that all connections to the network will be made through standard company-provided jacks. The ef- fective date as proposed is April I0, 1978. The following charges are proposed: Installation Charge $14.75 Ancillary Devices Series, per jack Data Equipment Universal, per jack $24.00 Programmed, per jack $25.50 Key and PBX System 50-Pin Miniature Ribbon Connector per jack $2,3.50 Applicable inside wiring charges will apply where wiring is required. Anyone desiring to protest this proposed filing may do so, i- in writing, in ten days of the date of publication of this notice. POURING-FINISHING il* " II All protests should briefly state the reason for the protest and , ' II t I '1  /k II should be addressed to The Secretary, Public Service i FREE : N'RETE i IIdIIAu LJfdqMLIQfA I- I! Commission of West Virginia Charleston, West Virginia ! . I TURF CO C II IClIIU) llOlUWal00 W. Ii I m_-t_A__ I R...A,., ,,",', I I " |11 If no pretests are received, the Commission may approve L mmmmes ! rKUIJU00,, I 11 -" "" 725-5115 l! 'the proposed tariff changes without a hearing, I DIAl. : .... " I I I! GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY Division of Turf interpdses OF THE SOUTHEAST I I CHARLES TOWN, W.V.. [I I r lq,. 725-7612 w 725-9233 Charles Town, W.Va. [[ " ]1 March 9-St I