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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE | 9 THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1978 Honored Party Executive Committee composed of K. K. Cavalier, James Louthan, Wesley Whitmer, Eugene Stanley and Bob Stiles. With the increased activities of the JCTA, the Constitution was changed to provide for five members on the Executive Committee instead of three. . Following the business meeting, candidates for various offices in the county were in- troduced and each spoke briefly. Some twenty candidates were present and spoke to the group. The meeting then adjourned to the refreshment area highlighted by a cake com- merating our second an- niversary. Handmade mints, cookies baked by many of the ladies of the JCTA, coffee and soft drinks were served. This refreshment hour under the l chairmanship of Mrs. Harriet ! Binkley completed a most en- joyable evening. The next meeting of the JCTA will he of Calvary April 28th. Ran=on, met ,..,J------------===-_-=------=- Reed on his RIPPON Mrs. Austin H|codemus gifts were Dial 725.9098 and an en- __- ...... = =_=.== ...... spent by .......... -- .... ----- - - -- The Rippon Go Getters 4-H Club will sponsor a skating party on Thursday, April 20, at Berryville Roller Rink near Berryville, Va., for members and guests. The Rippon Go Getters 4-H Club meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Roderick on Wednesday, April 5. All members are urged to be present. Mrs. James (Barbara) Fritts is recuperating very nicely at her home. She was pushed in the wheelchair on Friday of last week to the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bakez Penwelland spent the afternoon. We wish speedy recovery for e lrbara. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman of Mount Mission, Mr. and Mrs. Wagler Penwell of Charles Town were callers at the home of Mr. of the andMrs. JamesFritts. axpayers Mr. Roy Harris has returned March 24, to his home on Friday afternoon after being a patient in Jefferson for Memorial Hospital. He had the with John J. misfortune to fall at his home been with of God for and is from Rev. Wallace speaker for He is the Potomac PreSident of the Ministerial is also a Board of Red Cross Meet School Retirees To Meet April 1 lth Retired public school em- ployees of Jefferson and Berkeley counties will meet for a springtime luncheon program at Cliffside, 12:15 noon, on Tuesday, April II. The Jefferson County Association of Retired School Employees (JCARSE) has taken the initiative for arranging this joint meeting, and invites all retired school employees, whether staff or teachers, to participate in the gala affair. A complete lunch will be served at nominal charge, but reservations must be made by phone to one of the association members listed below. . Following a brief business meeting there will he a program in which retirement insurance needs of he elderly will he the! chief subject. Mr. Vernon N. Ricker, insurance advisor from the Washington office of National Retired Teachers Association, will be key speaker. Many teachers have insurance with the NRTA plan. Since many West Virginia teachers have long continuing policies with Equitable, a representative of that company has also been invited to participate in the discussions. During the course of the year there have been a number of questions raised by association members regarding their status vis-a-vis these programs, and the program should resolve these problems. Elizabeth and Austin Nicodemus spent Sunday afternoon at Hidden River. They enjoyed fishing and a cook-out at Bab- bling Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins went to Berkeley Springs on Saturday night to hear the Country King's Band play. Their son, Gregory, is a member of the band. They played at Berkeley Springs Moose. The band will be playing on Saturday, April 22, at Berkeley Springs Moose. Others present for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jenkins of Win- Another feature of the meeting will he the distribution of the document "Portfolio of Vital Information" which has been re- edited and duplicated in a form conveniently organized for local use, thanks largely to the efforts of Esther Tabler area com- mitteewoman of Hedgesville, and Christine Shade and Katherine Rexrode, co- chairmen of the Information and Protective Services Committee of the Jefferson group. Dr. Howard Backus, president of the Jefferson county group, urges all members and potential members to be present as there is important business to he handled, including election of officers and plans for the up- coming spring Council meeting at Jackson's Mill. But it will also be a fun meeting, with music, under the capable direction of Dorothy Conklyn, door prizes, and assorted "goodies." Reservations may ,he still made by phoning Howard Backus, 725-5454. In Berkeley County reservations are made through Mrs. Raymond Myers, Martinsburg, county president. For those telephoning late reservations there will be tickets tickets to be collected at the meeting room entrance, and payment to be made at that time. Reservations cannot be made later than Friday noon, April 7. at Kings Dominion near Rich- mond, Va. Miss Dianne Breeden spent the week-end at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoyle of Faithersburg, Md., Mr. Michael Kennedy who is stationed at Florida accompanied Dianne Breeden to her home on Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Butler are receiving congratulations on a daughter, bern in the Win- chester Memorial Hospital on March 13. She weighed 7 pounds and has been given the name of' Amanda Dawn. Mrs. Jenkins was the former, Linda Jenkins and daugiter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Baker and young son, Brian, were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins and family. Mrs. Betty Eusey of Charles Town spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. Mr. and Mrs. David Housden and sons of Shenandoah Junc- tion, Mrs. Louise Somers, Mr. Michael Kennedy of Florida were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. Doughs Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Turner had the misfortune for a dog to bite him in the head at the home of his great-grandmother on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Pooton en- tertained at their home on Sunday to dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Osborne James, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse James and son, Harley, of Purvellville, Va., Mrs. Lori Colby of Hamilton, Va., Mr. Bo Carlisle of Sterling Park, Va. Mrs. Elwood Tumblin and son, Woodie, and Miss Ginger Penwell were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellis and daughter, Mrs. Robert Brown spent Saturday in Winchester, Va., shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Jenkins and son, Gregory, were Wed- nesday night visitors at home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Whit- tington and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rankins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rankins were visitors over this past weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo. Jeffmon AARP To Meet Aixil 13 The regular meeting of Jef- ferson County Chapter No. 799 AARP, will he held April 13th, lo:oo a.m., Educational' Building, Asbury United Methodist Church. The honored president ; president- ,ou Cavalier, Urer and the, Virginia 33, Req. lg Unit, on Date & Com. 4-20-78, Considered on forms and of claims RIOos in the and broke his leg. He has a cast on his leg and will be there for six weeks. Peggy and Perry Nicodemus and children, Sherry and Buddy, of Hermitage Ridge and R.W. WEESE BOX65 E.O.W. Shepherdstown, W.Va. chester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Jenkins. Miss Terry Breeden ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lamont and children, Mary and Steve, and friend spent Sunny I i iF ............. (30,1) 876- 6198 SHERIFF'S SALE Whereas the undersigned Sheriff did levy upon the goods and chattels described below of Nancy (Soyars) Palumbo, for a Writ of Execution en- tered in Circuit Court of Jefferson County, W. Va., by Thomas W. Newcomer, etc., Civil Action number 1948, notice is hereby given that the undersigned sheriff will sell for cash on Friday, April 14, 1978 at 11:00 a.m. at the Thomas W. Newcomer Farm on Marlowe Road the following item of personal property: 1 - Eleven-year-old white and red Pinto Gelding horse. Howard W. Wilt Sheriff of Jefferson County, W. Va. March 30-2t PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public sale the following personal property located at 406 South George Street, Charles Town, West Virginia on SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1978 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. Library table; several small tables; fireplace set with screen; bookshelves; air conditioner; rocker straight chairs; pair of chairs; metal chairs; folding chairs; chandelier; Ray-O.Lamp; Cranberry hanging lamp; floor lamps; gone with the wind lamp; numerous other lamps; figurines; 2 school desks; server; dinette set; dining room table; plant stand; 4 pc. bedroom suite; 3 pc. bedroom suite; 2 iron beds; twin beds; junior bed; 3 clothes hampers; oak dresser; odd dresser; towel rack; Bachelors chest; trunks; lunate; baby crib; play pen; high chair; car seat; children's equipment; 2 sets of encyclopedias, Americana and Collier; books; 14 grass rugs; rugs; pictures and frames; brass fixtures; baskets; Hot Point refrigerator; Kelvinator washer; kitchen range; gas oven; Broil-King broiler oven, new; step stool; bar set; garden tools; tires; crocks; jars; jugs; bed linens; assorted jewelry; quantity of china, glassware, dishes; kitchen appliances and utensils; other articles too numerous to mention. Mrs. Rence Viener Weiss Terms; Cash Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N, Clark Furr Lunch rights reserved. Not responsible for accidents on premises. April 3-3t. BUDGET HEARING ON REVENUE SHARING The City of Charles Town will hold a public hearing at 7:30 P.M. April 17, 1978, in theCity Council Room for the purpose of hearing written and oral comments from the Public concerning the proposed annual budget for Fiscal Year 1978- 1979 and the use of Revenue Sharing Funds in the budget. The complete budget available for public inspection from 9:00 AM. to 5:00 P.M. weekdays at the City Office, Charles Town, W. Va. PROPOSED 1979 REVENUE SHARING BUDGET Public Safety 4,000.00 Streets 66,000.00 Recreation 5,000.00 Capital Improvements 12,221.00 j Committee on Aging 1,030.00 . P I A 750.00 E Publication i _ 250.00 Ap00l FREDERICK COUNTY HOLSTEIN SALE At The Fairgrounds. Fmdsrk:k, Maryland TUESDA Y, A PRIL 1 ! 1 1:O0 A. M. 67 REGISTERED HOLSTEINS 67 26 Cows - 27 Bred Heifers 12 Heifer Calve - 2 Service Age Bulls THECOWS All young cows and many recently fresh or due near sale time. Included in this group are a VG Cornerhill lvanhoe Leader with 26,139 and 693F and a VG Utag Ivanhee Ultimate with 20,400M and 788F. Also 3 young Elevation dtrs. with good records and 3 Astronauts with 590F, 707F and 504F as young cows. Two Kingpin grand daughters with 702F and 035F. A Double Triune GP with 21,370M and 703F as a 2-yr old. Several others with over 600F as first-calf heifers. THE BRED HEIFERS Five Elevation daughters, three from dams over 700F and two from dams with 703 and 589, an A Citation Sovereign from a dam with 740F, three Tidy Burke Transmitters from dams with 757F, 730F and 744F. Featuring a Pury Ivan from six generations of VG or EX all with outstanding individual production records and many of them over 100,000M lifetime. THE HEIFER CALVES This group includes show calves for this year and good pedigrees along with the type. One of the features is a Tri- Day Romulus from a VG dam with 605F and the granddam is EX. Others by Fury Ivan, Job, Pawnee Farm ArUnda Chief, Whittier Farms Astro Galaxy, etc. Nearly all from dams with 500F to over 700F. THEBULLS Ready for service - one by Kingpin. Sponsored by the FREDERICK COUNTY HOI.TEIN ASSOCIATION A. Duty Remsburg, Sale Manager Jefferson, Maryland Phone: 301-473-8214 April 6-1t. guest and speaker will be the Rev. John Lee Williams of Silver Spring, Md., former pastor of Asbury. We do not know at this writing whether Rev. Williams will be wearing his big red sweater or not, which together with his head of Silver hair became, as it were, his trade mark while in pastorate here. Rev. Williams was well known and loved by both the young and the 'not-so- young'. Begin rejects U.S. position on settlements. FO R SA LE ! Household Goods Transfer Franchise, Both Intre.State end interstate. Licensed in eight (8) Itltes gnd the District of Columbia For Information Call 1-267-4101 Coil Collect April 6, ! T t I I I, The PEOPLE SPEAK -- TAXES Tell me why W.Va. tax exemptions ore only s600 When Federal are =750? Tell me why W.Va. Standard deductions are only Sl ,ooo When Federal are s3,200? JAMES "HANK" MOLER BELIEVES THAT W.Va. tax law shou/d b0 revised to make these exemptions end deductions the same. Every tux/myer is affectnd He WILL WORK toward this revision. VOTE JAMES M. MOLER Oele00ote36th District Peoples Committee for Moler-- Dorothy Caperton, Chairman i ii .= i nlllllll real estate services, MASON BLDG. 116 E. 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