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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE | 3 THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1978 PEOPL BANK OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY Deborah Lupton, Kear- NOTES neysville. Susan Goens, Shenandoah Junction. to Jefferson Margaret Martin, Harpers March 6 Ferry. 13, included: Leonard Lucas, Brunswick, I Harpers Ferry. Charles Harpers Ferry. 1, Charles Hayes, Charles Pendleton, b.C. McClean, Md. Charles fish, Ransom Harpers Ferry. y, Charles Charles Town. Ranson. y, Kear- ea. Charles Town. Harpers Shepherdstown. Kear- $shauser, Charles Ranson. Ferry. er, Charles Harpers Ferry. Md. Stanley Bailey, Charles Town. Martha Taylor, Berryville, Va. Joan Winters, Harpers Ferry. i Gilbert Gonzalez, Inwood. Mattie Lilleton, Ransom Walter Dunn, Ranson. Leona Brown, Rippon. Myrtle Ramey, Ranson. Kenneth Ruffner, Ranson. Julia Hoffmaster, Harpers Ferry. Lowana Carson, Harpers Ferry. Clarence Popkins, Kear- neysville. Vanessa Vassar, Kear- neysville. Audrey McCarty, Charles Town. Gloria Lewis, Brunswick, Md. Joan 'Benjamin, Kear- neysville. Barbara SheLley, Bunker Hill. Dorothy Payne, Kear- neysville. Barbara Frye, Kearneysville. Violet Ring, Kearneysville. Leroy Mackey, Charles Town. Darlene Palmer, Charles Town. Anglyeen Reeler, Charles Town. Pauline Wainwright, Ransom Jennifer Porter, Ranson. Helen Long, Harpers Ferry. Hattie Ring, Harpers Ferry. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON of the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF e Capitol in the City of Charleston on of February, 1978. EDISON COMPANY, for authority to surcharge recovery of additional energy purchases. on January 28, 1978, The Potomac Edison :orporation filed an application containing No. 7-2, issued January 26, 1978, effective to its tariff P.S.C.W. Va. No. 1, stating a of 0.2 cents per kilowatt-hour on all Llled .,no, hon,,l ,,p ....  A .... r .... r "PP", "W", "OL", "AL", "'MSL", and ' of excess fuel and energy costs be incurred as a result of the energy con- the current fuel shortages, as are more in said application. Commission is of the opinion that, due to conditions, said temporary surcharge period of one (1) day and permitted effect under bond, on less than statutory the provisions of Chapter 24, Article 2, Virginia. that The Potomac Edison Company, a this proceeding and that to be held in the Commission's t the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the at 9:30 a.m., EST, at which time and shall appear and offer evidence in pplication and revised tariff filing. granted to anyone interested to file objection tariff filing at any time on or or at said hearing. ORDERED that the respondent, The a corporation, give notice of the application and revised tariff sheet and of hearing thereon by publishing a copy a week for two (2) successive weeks, the to be made not more than thirty (30).days (15) days prior to the 19th" day of April, general circulation in eley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, and Morgan, making due return thereof of hearing. ORDERED that the aforesaid revised and the use of the surcharge stated period of one (1) day as of the date ORDERED that the respondent, The Company, a corporation, may, at the ex- aforesaid suspension period, place said into effect, applicable to all service upon the filing of a bond in the amount approved by the Commission (which by the Chairman of the Commission thereon) and conditioned for refund to. a.rties entitled thereto of the amount of ex- interest thereon at the rate of nine and one- annum, if said surcharge subsequently determined finally fixed by the Commission. that the respondent report to each month, beginning with the month of of fuel and energy purchased by it emergency, and (b) the amount billed to said month as a result of applying said bill.. ORDERED that the Secretary of the hereby is, directed to serve a copy of The Potomac Edison Corn- States Certified Mail, return Teste: Freeda P. Jones Acting Secretary Virginia Frick, .arper,!Shepherdstown Junior High Ferry. Roy Harris, Rippon. School Honor Roll Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, [ ; Kearneysville, a daughter on March 7. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Murray, Charles Town, a son born March 6. Soil Conservation District Aiding In Stocking Farm Ponds The Eastern Panhandle Soil Conservation District and the Potomac Valley Soil Con- servation District are cooperating in securing fish for stocking or re-stocking farm ponds that might have suffered fish kills during the past months. The District has made arrangements with a fish hat- chery to supply the following fingerling species: 2 to Y' large mouth bass, 30 cents each; 3 to 5" channel catfish, 30 cents each; 1 to 4" bluegill, 15 cents each, and with a delivery date about the middle of June. The minimum order of any species is 50, and the fish must be paid for in advance. The Eastern Panhandle Soil Conservation District will ac- cept orders for the above species from now until May 24, 1978. Additional information can be obtained at the Soil Conservation Service office or the Eastern Panhandle Soil Conservation i District office at Ranson by calling 725-3471. The Shepherdstown Junior High School faculty has released the fourth six weeks Honor Roll students. They are as follows: 7TH GRADE Deidre LeMaster, all A's; Jane Brown, Catherine Car- penter, Francis Daniels, Shannon Donley, Cathy Farmer, Judy Forsythe, Cassie Hart, Jennifer Headings, Carlton Holmes, Rob Hoxton, Jimmy Hubbard, Darren Iden, Jeanne Ingalls, William Johnson, Joseph Jones, Sherry Keiter, Nadene Ledford, Michelle Leveque, Lori Mason, Matt Miller, Diane Mueller, Beverly Schwartz, A. J. Shiben, Evelyn Thomas, Timmy Weller, Brett Wilmore, Jared Scheerer. 8Ttt GRADE Donna Hill, Dennis ttough, All A's; Todd Banks, Todd Basore, Orpha Bittinger, Joe Burwell, Kevin Carter, Kelly Colbert, Gary Coy, Chris Gifft, Jeanine ltammond, David Hanak, Mark Hays, Debra Hedge, Sonja James, Steve Jefferson, Scott Kemp, Brett Morris, Karla Rauch, Charlene Roman, George Skinner, Denise Smith, Lydia Starliper, Candace Swartz, Andy Taylor, Barry Vitez, Beth Wanger, Ronald Wiles, Jessica Woods, Jamie Youler. 9TIt GRADE Annabel Wait, Ross Wilmore, Karl Bates, John Hooper, Todd HELP WANTED Position open for Development Director to coordinate development of local Industrial Park. Must have the ability to deal in a professional manner with industrial represen- tatives on state, national and corporate levels. Familiarity with local, state and federal industria.l and commercial development incentive programs a definite plus. Experience or knowledge in related areas considered. Salary provided through Comprehensive Employment Training Act of 1973. Successful applicant must meet Department of Employment Security eligibility requirements. Application forms for this position can be obtained from the Office of the County Commission located at the Cour- thouse or the Chamber of Commerce, 200 E. Washington Street, Charles Town, W. Va., between the hours of 9:30 A.M. and 4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday. Closing date for applications will be April 10, 1978. An Equal Opportunity Employer Male-Female March 30-1t Rauch, All A's; Andrew Banks, Tuesday Bittinger, Thomas Boyle, Crystal Brady, Johnny Causer, Mary Margaret Colston, Valerie Cramer, Elizabeth Daniel, Tom Diehl, Lisa Dunn, Billy Fritts, Chris Frost, Scott Gaff, Scott Haines, Jodi John- son, Monte Keiter, Joey Kessel, Larry Kilpatric, Jill LaRue, Colleen Lewis, Julia Morris, James Read, Gregory Shah(on, Laura Wanger, Tracey Weese, Steve Weigel, Terry Weisen- burg. SPECIAL ED Vincent Allen, All A's. Tri-State Winners Contract Bddge League Charity All three states were represented by winning pairs in the Tri-State American Contract Bridge League Charity game played Wed., March 15 at the Charles Town Civic Center. More than 25,000 players in the United States, Canada and overseas played the same computer-dealt hands and were later given expert analysis of the bands to compare results. The six ranking pairs in the Charles Town Club game were: A. C. Hose-Gene Diamond of Martinsburg, lst; Sue Schlock- Richard Bowers of Winchester, Va., 2nd; Nancy Roth-Peggy Lacy, 3rd; Louise and Charles Frederick, 4th; Louise Ramey- Fred Mayer, 5th; and Pauline Hudson-Judy Moler, 6th, the last four pairs all of Charles Town. Other winners were Doris Klein- Helen Downs of Hagerstown, PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm, I will sell the following located 11 miles north of Martinsburg, W. Va., 3 miles north of Hedgesville, W. Va. (Just off of North Mountain Road to Little Georgetown.) SATURDAY, APRIL 1st. BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. 19- HEAD HEREFORD BEEF CATTLE- 19 3 Polled Hereford cows calves by side- 13 Polled Hereford .cows close springers due to calve in early spring. 3 Polled Hereford bulls 500 to 600 lbs. e FARM MACHINERY I.H.C. Super "C" Tractor with 2 bottom plow, 2 row cultivator and 7 ft. mower; I.H.C. "C" Tractor with 2 row cultivator; plow mower and snow blade; Craftsman Riding Lawn Mower, New Holland Model No. 66 Hay Baler with motor; 2 new Idea Side Rakes; 24 ft. David Bradley elevator with electric motor; Mr. Deering 8 ft. disc harrow; 2 rubber tire wagons with 4 ft. sides; David Bradley 8 ft. disc harrow; New Idea corn picker; Hammer Mill; Wood saw; Concrete mixer; Jim Brown Wire Stretchers; 2 roll barb wire; set stilyards; Mr. Deering 13-7 Grain Drill; New Idea Tractor Manure Spreader No. 17; Barrell Field Sprayer; Wheat Fan; 2 Mc. Deering Milkers with pipeline and pump; Scalding tank; Walnut and Oak Gate Slats; John Deere corn planter; Tractor corn sheller; 3 section Tractor Harrow; and ex- tension ladders; some other lumber. 1949 IVz Ton Chevrolet Truck with Stock Racks - 40,000 miles - One Owner. FEED Approximately 40 Bushel Ear Corn; 300 bales mixed hay, 200 bales wheat straw. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE r 40 gallon Apple Butter Kettle, perfect; 3 Wardrobes; Bed Spreads; Bed Springs and Mattress; Electric fan; Dresser; 12x15 and 9x12 Wool Rugsl Roe.king Chairs; Stone Crocks; 3 Piece Bedroom Suite; 2 old Lanterns; Flat Iron; Electric Sweeper; Old High Chair; 8 Day Clock; Breakfast Set; Swivel Chair; Radios; Porch Swing; Lard Press; Sausage Grinder; Iron Kettle; Record Player and Records; G. E. Refrigerator; Old Books and Many Other Articles Too Numerous to Mention. Sale Order -- Household Furniture - Small Farm Items; Farm Machinery - Feed and Cattle; Household Furniture: Antique Muzzle Loading Musket. TERMS OF SALE: CASH -- Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents on premises. Ladies of United Methodist Church of Hedgesville, Will Serve Lunch. AUCTIONEER: "Ned" Morrow CLERK: C. Wm. Hensell ELLIS "MACE" NEWKIRK ,,Auctioneer : (304-2674949) March 23-2t Md., 4th, North-South, and Sharland Trotter-Mary Calafiura, of Shepherdstown, 4th, East-West. Ginny Allen, Treasurer of the Charles Town Duplicate Bridge Club announced that the entire proceeds of the game, $84, would be forwarded to ACBL Foun- dation for the benefit of the Mental Health Associations of United States and Canada. John t Allen was the Certified ACBL[ Director. Regular games are played every Wednesday at 7:45 government. Mike, the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Tolbert of Tuscawilla Hills, is the vice president of the Student Government, a member of the Activities Council, and chairman of the Student's Rights Committee. He has represented the student government several times at Board of Education meetings. In addition to his govern- mental work, Mike is a member of Mr. Jim Taylor's Rap Group, the Jefferson County NAACP p.m. Youth, Boy Scout Troop 42, and an It's Historic competition Tolled, Knott Named team. Student, Teacher Of Knott, advisor to the student government and Director of Month Jefferson High Michael Tolbert, junior at Jefferson High, and Susan: Knott, teacher of history and contemporary affairs, have been named Student and Teacher of: the Month for October by the National Honor Society. These awards stem from their out- standing work in the student Student Activities, has been the UCC Camp Director at Harpers Ferry, Cape Hatter's, and Bryce Canyon National Parks and Seashores for the last seven years. She also travels to con- duct training sessions for the YCC program. Her other interests include reading, hiking, camping, and working, on her farm near Shepherdstown. Amn. Champion Ends Course Training WICHITA FALLS, TEX. -- Airman Timothy T. Champion, son of retired Army Colonel and Mrs. Clarence P. Champion, 118 N. Lawrence St., Charles Town, has received a new assignment following graduation from the aircraft maintenance specialist course conducted by the Air Training Command at Sheppard AFB, Tex. Airman Champion, who was trained to maintain, repair and service aircraft currently in use by the Air Force, will go to Travis AFB, Calif., for duty with a unit of the Military Airlift Command.. Completion of the course earned the individual credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. The airman is a 1974 graduate of Suitland, Md., Senior High SChool. His wife Cathy, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. An- drew Zelders, of Morningside, Md. 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