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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1978 REPRESENTED JEFFERSON COUNTY AT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MEETING When the Governor's office of Economic and Community Development held a "Dutch Treat" luncheon meeting on January 25, at the Holiday Inn near Martinsburg, Jefferson County had the largest delegation present of any counties and municipalities, with a total of 22 persons representing various businesses and governmental agencies in the county governmental bodies, as well as to Industrial Development corporations in various counties and also the Chamber of Commerce agencies in the state. One of the major topics of discussion with the state of- ficials on the part of the Jef- ferson County delegation was xmprovements for State Route 9 between Martinsburg and Charles Town, any additional assistance that might he, or become available in the near future for the development of the Industrial park to be constructed near Bardane and a variety of questions on any and all programs available for the economic development efforts in the county. Present at the meeting to discuss and provide information on economic development were -- Lon Hardin, chief of Economic Development in West Virginia, and John Cole, financial con- sultant of the state Economic Development authority. Those who attended the meeting from the County as shown above, I were, front row, seated, left to right -- C. C. "Connie" Ham- man, Phillip T. Porterfield, III, Richard Dunbar, Mrs. Carolyn Snyder, director of the Gover- nor's Regional office in Mar- tinsburg; John Chrisman, David Ash and Vernon Hunter. Second row, standing, left to right Thomas F. Chambers, Donald Smith, Francis Frye, J. Robert Cain, James M. Davis, and Albert Maser, Jr. Back row, left to right -- Douglas Stewart, Allen R. marshall, Shirley M. Hunt, Henry M. Snyder, Robert Ott, Mrs. John VanTol and John VanTol. If You Have Electrical Problems Call Us MAGAHA, Inc. Specializing in Commercial & Industrial Wiring & Sece Stocking maw Brands Names of: Ebctdcal Devices & equipment Flourescent & Incadescent Lamps Water Heater elements & Electdc Heaters And Many Popular Types & Sizes of Wire Dial 725 - 5516 MAGAHA, Inc. Nh George St. - Ranson, W. Va. Saturday Schedule For Film Strip Stories At Libraj During April Following is the schedule for the Saturday showings of filmstrip stories during the month of April at the Old Charles Town Library. The films will he shown at 2 p.m. in the Library auditorium with the public in- vited. There will not be any change: April 1 -- Misty of Chin- coteague, 35 minutes. April 8, The Cricket in Times Square, 30 minutes. April 15, Caddie Woodlawn, 45 minutes. April 22, Voyages of Dr. Dolittle, 50 minutes. April 29, Harry the Dirty Dog, 45 minutes. GAS TANK FLAMES RIALTO, CALIF. -- A 1 million gallon tank of high- octane gasoline burst into flames recently on a tank from near the San Bernardino Free- way, creating a fireball and a 5,000-foot column of smoke that could be seen for miles. Losses were estimated at $450,000. Dollar decline disturbs Saudi Arabia's king. Sons Of Confederate Veterans-To Meet In Charles Town Mar. 28 JCPenney The March meeting for the Henry Kyd Douglas Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans will be held on Tuesday, March 28, at the Citizens Fire Company, beginning at 7 p.m., with Merle E. Alger of Charles Town, serving as chairman of the host committee. Mr. Alger promises some unusual entertainment for the always enjoyable occasion when members experience plenty of good fellowship and fun. Commandant Lester Link will preside with Secretary Craig Kastle taking care of the minutes and the membership roll ca]] If you are conscien- tious and unselfish in what you say or do, you need not worry about what people think. FOR RESPONSIVE... EFFECTIVE... EFFECIENT... COUNTY GOVT. James L Louthan Democratic Candidate For County Commission Pal. Ad By Candidate March 9 - I-T CALLING ALL HOMEMAKERS patterns is particarly appealing to decorators since nothing else displays RAMEY prolesSlo :.. ,v ,, , . hal skill so readily as the successful blending of different prints and pat- terns in the same room. L i Despite the genuine skill necessary for manipulating several patterns there are certain ground rules to observe -- rules that can enable the 2O Boys' vested suits. Sale 23.20 Reg. $29. Boys' vested suit of polyester/cotton denim. Features jacket, vest and flare leg pants. Solids in reaular and slim sizes 8 to 12. Sale s20 Reg. $25. Little boys' vested suit of woven texturized polyester. Features jacket, vest and flare leg pants. Solids in regular and slims 4 to 7. 20%off ! ALL GIRLS SHOES I ''' .... SALE 5.59 to 10.39 Reg. 6.99 to 12.99 Little girls slip-ons or lace-ups, casual or dress. Up date styling composition soles. lOto 4 Brought To You By RAMEY'S THE ART OF MIXING PAIWERNS The idea of mixing 20%off men's dress sh00rt. Sale 9.60 Reg. $12. Long sleeve dress shirt is cotton with medium spread collar Stripe combos in white or pastels Short sleeve. Reg. $10, Sale Sg 20%off MANUFACTURED BY: FURMAN E. HENDRIX, INC. WHITEHALL, MD. 21161 301 - 472- 4343 PEOPLES SUPPLY CHARLES TOWN WEST VIRGINIA 25414 304- 725- 8454 FOR SPRING ,.,SUMMER PASTURE 16 % GAIN 'N' GROW DISTRIBUTED BY COMPARE OUR FEED TAG Guaranteed Sugar (Energy) Proper Nitrogen to Sulphur Ratio Guaranteed Trace Minerals VIT A 25000 I.U. VIT D 6250 I.U. VIT E 7.5 I.U. MOPRO LIQUID PROTEIN YOUR PROTEIN BILLS WITH FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. Va. : Copyright , RETAIL 725- 3577 CATALOG 725- 8471 e1978dlCPenney Co., Inc. JCP 00nney FRIDAY Due to the Energy Crisis WE WILL CLOSE Temporarily Monday at Sale pdcem effective through Saturday. ALL MEN'S JACKETS Sale 15.2U Reg: $19. Cape shoulder jacket is unlined poly- ester/cotton poplin with slash pockets. Solids in sizes S,M,L,XL RAMEY'S amateur to juggle prints in a room and create a professional look of her Own. Use a small, neat geometric pattern to offset and balance a bold floral one. The secret, of course, is in repeating colors from one print to another and in changing from biggest to smallest scale when op- posing prints are used. Another trick, when mixing patterns, is to provide an "area of relief" in the form of an offsetting dark, plain color. One decorator used oriental rugs and patterned upholstery in the same room for a color-filled atmosphere. This was balanced by the use of dark floors and wood pieces and some upholstery in solid, deep tones of green, brown and black. In using more than one pattern in a room, the generous use of black and white and the added use of good taste are most helpful. We can help you with decorating ideas of all kinds here. Come oll in. 20%off Reg. $9. Short sleeve golf shirt of polyester/ cotton knit with placket front. Stripe combos in sizes S,M,L,XL Reg. $15. Indigo-dyed cotton denim sailor- look jean'with four- button front, two front patch pockets, back yoke. Junior sizes. jeans. Sale0012 20%off WOMEN'S DRESS HEELS 20 % of! SALE 10.39 to 13.59 ALL t/tEN' ', Reg. 12.99 to 16.99 Favorite SALE 14. 5 fashion looks in smooth or potent 17.99 o 36.[ urethene. Great detailing and colors, ide zi I) boo c Sale prices effective through Saturday. looks or al.___..._l leather g. 200/0 2o% off Sportshirts. ;wabble Sale 7.20 ALL MEN'SDRESS SHOES SALE 14.39 to 28.80 Reg. 17.99 to 36.00 Classic slip-ons, or side zip boots. Choose from ALL BOY'S SHOES SALE 6.39 to 12.79 Reg. 7.99 to 15.99 Save now on all dreSS casual. Oxford or slip-on styling. SIZES 81/2 to 3 Big boy's Sizes 3% to 6