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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1978 ....... -- [ Z ] [ [ - ZZ_- [_-:.JL RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus The Rippon Go-Getters 4-H Club will sponsor a skating party at the Berryville Roller Rink on Thursday, March 16, at 7 p.m. The Rippon Go-Getters 4-H Club will sponsor a bake sale Friday, March 24, at Stuck and Alger Drug Store in Charles Town at 9 a.m. till 3 p.m. The Rippon Go-Ctters 4-H Club met on March I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam King. Call to order at 7:30 by Michael Boyd; 4-H song and pledge was led by Cheri King; treasurer Irvin Propps gave the report balance in the easury;. Did business, the club members decided to make curtains for the Community Center at Bardane as a community project; Mrs. Adams passed out insurance papers for the paint trash can contest; the 4-H newsletter was Since I Am A Candidate For COUNTY COMMISSION I Want To Make My Position On Some of The Issues Facing the County Perfectly Clear. "i am against Sunday Racing" "1 am far more playgrounds for children in the rural areas. '1 am for securing more industry for Jefferson County" I HOPE ALL* THE VOTERS OF THE Kabletown District and Jefferson County will give me their support on May 9. VOTE Raymond Lee Jenkins FOR For County Commission Feb. 23.4-T.. Pal. (Pd. Pol Add By Raymond Lee Jenkins iW:00H QURLITY SEEP your seeds, fertilizer and garden supplies SEED POTATOES White and Yellow ONION SETS And a Full Selection of All Seeds Now on hand  and remly for you at.. ' i i T i PEOPLES SUPPLY Inc. , North Samuel St. - Charles Town, W.Va. Us Your Order EARLY ? Dial 725 - 8454 : I I I I I Dodge Ramcharger Four by Four. IIII I I I When it comes to trucks to buy or lease, nobody seems to have more to choose from than your nearby Dodge Dealer. That's because he has a comp:'}te lineup of good-looking, hard-working Dodge pickups and full-time four-wheelers. Like tough, dependable D100 pickups. Wild and wicked Warlock pickups. Rough and rugged four- wheel-drive Ramchargers and Power Wagon pickups. Trucks that have got it where it counts when it comes to comfort, style, perfor- mance, and value. So what are you waiting for? See the man who has the trucks that have got it all. See all the '78 Dodges at your nearby Dodge Dealer's today. 237X inctea ftom ll to THE ' * _.,; .... ;'TIN:R/(COMPANY " - '  ",l,ll.. IN AMERIC& CLENDENING MOTORS, Inc. 222 N. Mildred St.- Ranson, W.Va. QUILT BLOCK IS PRESENTED TO SENATOR RANDOLPH QUILT BLOCK -- Holice Turnbow, well-known quilting authority "i n Slmpherdstown, presents a quilt block to Senator Jennings Randolph. The quilt block, patterned after the U.S. Postal Service new commemorative stamp honoring quiltmaking as a folk art, was designed by Turnbow and made by the Rural Arts and crafts Association of Parkersburg. Theframed quilt block with the postage stamp affixed to its border will be sold at the W. Va. Science and Cultural Center craft shop in Charleston on "Quilt Day" on March 8. Also in the picture is Mark Turnbow, a senior at Jefferson High School. read and discussed. Debbie and Dannu Burhan gave a demonstration on horses and Cheri King on Indian dan- ces. Craig Boyd gave a slide presentation on Jamaica. Refreshments were served by Mrs. King after the meeting. Dana Alkire, reporter. Mrs. Leona Brown entered the Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Thursday for observation and tests, She will have her cast removed after having it on for 8 weeks. Mrs. Paul Mumford of Hagtown, spent last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Helen Burch. Patsy Buckner of Berryville, Va., was a Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Poston. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman and ou k uron l /AC leN'r ] euv=s vou mmn J.EARL KEMP Insurance 104 S. McDonald St. RANSON, W.VA. 25438 PHONE: 725- 5739 Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwell were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Fritts. George Penwell entered the Winchester Memorial Hospital on Wednesday to undergo surgery on Thursday. Mrs. Ruth Swartz is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital having been taken there by ambulance on Tuesday for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel were Saturday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Jr., and family. Mr. Marshall Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gardner and children, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glen- mell Lloyd and family in Charles Town on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams attended the flower show at the Capital Center in Washington on Sunday. Mrs. Betty Eusey has returned to her home after being a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital for three weeks for observation and tests. Mrs. Bessey Breeden ac- companied her daughters, Dianne and Mrs. Margaret Housden, to Gaithersburg, Md., on Sunday to take Mrs. Breeden's grandson Timmy Whetzel, back to his home after spending the weekend with them. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cun- ningham celebrated their 7th wedding anniversary on Tuesday, March 7. Miss Peggy Blake of Summit Point, was an overnight guest of Miss Terry Breeden on Satur- day. Mr. Roy Harris had the misfortune of falling on his lawn, breaking his leg. He was taken to Good living... ...when you war%g! If you ere now saving for re- tirement, or if you have been thinking ,=bout starting '= plan for yourself, you should find out right now about the advantage of a tax deferred lolan under the Pension Re. rm Act. Called the Individual Re. tirement Account, it permits you to set aside tax deferred dollars for retirement. In- vestment earnings on your dollars ere also tax deferred until yod Idop working. As an employee or self-employed individual, not covered un- der a qualified plan at your work or business, you could be eligible for the full ben- efits of an Individual Retire. ment Account. If you qre one of the 40,000,000 people in the U.S. that qualify for this plan, i1 Could pay you to call e Nationwide agent today lind find out how you can have "Good Living",when you stop working. DOMINIClC "Wells" FARGO Your Local Jeff. County Agent PH.s T-14 - '/i4$.lKa8 INSURANCE Nd(xw*l le m ur do Ngtlonwldo Muttml Inlmrmtce Compewf Home Olke: Cumbua. Ohio the Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Saturday and remained a patient. He had a cast put on Wednesday. Congratulations to Joann Lloyd, Debbie Stanley, Shirley Hoffman, Ricky Hoffman, James Faircloth, Connie Richards, Nancy Jenkins, Elizabeth Nicodemus, Dorothy Sowers, Louise Cunningham, Wanda Edwards, and Leo Jenkins on observing their respective birthdays this week. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pope on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mello of Falls Church, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler of Boyce, Va.; Mrs. Peggy Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pope of Berryville, and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus attended the funeral of Russell McAboy of Brucetown, Va., with death occuring in a Front Royal, Va., hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Williams of Berryville, Va., were Wed- nesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicedemus. OF CHARLES CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA Member t LIVESTOCK SALES The quotations of The Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, March 13, 1978. Receipts of all classes moderate, with a good demand for all butcher classes. Feature of sale was commercial cows, top $39.50. Choice butcher steers, $44 to $46.50; good butcher steers, $42 to $43.75; plain to medium $63;medium steers, $34 to $38; choice butcher to $49; heifers, $40 to $43; good butcher heavy heifers, $35 to $39.75; plain to Good medium heifers, $30 to $34.75; $48.70; good bulls, $40 to $43,50; plain to $47.60 to medium bulls, $37 to $39.75; hogs, $42 commercial cows, $36.50 to $39.50; utility cows, $3.50 to" $36.25;. canners and cutters, $27 to $33; stocker and feeder steers, shoats per pigs per $40 to $50; stock and feeder $25 to $30..I heifers, $33 to $42.50. I Choice to prime calves, $66 to Survey $76; good butcher calves, $50 to bills CHEVROLET Hear the TRUTH SQUAD Gentlemen: Join your frie neighbors, and Americans and hear "Truth Squad" h John Anthony John Anthony Convery Hear how the United States obtained the c a zone in "Perpetuity" in exchange for an annual nuity and the promise to build a canal. Learn cost the United States more than $325,000 ten years and 15,000 lives to build the canal. Lea from the "Truth Squad" how our forefathers trusted the canal to us as a sacred heritage to preserved in sacred trust by us for our children, childrens children, and generations yet unbar you would like the "Truth Squad" to speak your groupfill out the attached form. t0: The "truth Squad" 205 East Burke St. Martingburg, W.Va. 25401 I would like to have the "Truth Squad" appear Before the LOCATED AT, t,(NAME OF GROUP) (ADDRESS TE) ..... Si ned " tell how surr the canal would mine our defense, aggression and cr our nation in war March 16 - 3T.