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22 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL O, 1978 Rabbit Breedersl Meeting Friday Bardane Center The April meeting of the Potomac Highlands Rabbit Breeders Association will be held on Friday evening, April 7. at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Jefferson County Community Center in Bardane, West Virginia, between Charles Town and Kearneysville on State Route 9. The meeting will be devoted to preparations for the upcoming rabbit show on April 30. Everyone is invited to attend. The show will be the first recognized and sanctioned in this area by the American Rabbit Breeders Association and all of the National Specialty Clubs. These groups are the governing bodies setting stan- dards for each of the more than 35 recognized breeds of rabbits and all cavies. Rabbit breeds include the largest Flemish Giant to the 2 pound Netherland Dwarf, and the familiar New Zealand white and puppy-like French Lop. There are more than 40 recognized breeders in the Potomac Highlands area. Six hundred rabbits are expected to be ibited by breeders from as far away as New Jersey and North Carolina. The public is invited to attend at no charge. Members of the club will be available to help those interested in exhibiting their rabbits. This will be a pre- registration show open to ARBA- Recognized Breeds to be held at the Jefferson County Com- munity Center at Rardane on April 30. For information, call Saul Schiffman- 304-876-2658; Michael Davis- 304-725-5870; Dan Rohrer- 301-582-2682 or write to Virginia Boyer, Taylors Landing Road, Sharpsburg, Md. All rabbits exhibited must be permanently tattooed in the ear for identification. This will be done at the April meeting. Anyone interested in showing may bring his rabbits to the meeting on April 5. Hospital Notes Memorial Hospital March 20 through March 27 included: Alfred Morrison, Ransom Harold Althouse, Harpers Ferry. Deborah Anderson, Mar- tinsburg. Diana Courtney, Charles Town. Glenn Turney, Brunswick, Md. Bessie Payne, Kearneysville. Louise Staubs, Shepherd- stown. Stanley Bailey, Charles Town. Sylvia Shade, Sbepherdstown. John Engle, Kearneysville. Christopher Jones, Millville. Lester Morgan, Charles Town. Barbara Sowers, Charles Town. Pansy Johnson, Charles Town. Frank Smith, Chambersburg, Patients admitted to Jefferson Pa. i ml Margaret Woodward, Harpers Ferry. Mildred Dobose, Inwood. Alma Poole, Harpers Ferry. Fannie Gaynor, Kear- neysville. Jean O'Bannon, Charles Town. Betty Hardy, Shepherdstown. Paul Boyd, Gerardstown. Annie Weller, Charles Town. Connie Maniratanpruk, Kearneysville. Elsie Short, Ransom Mary Watson, Ranson. Robin Weaver, Charles Town. Ethel Combs, Summit Point. Anise Fowler, Ranson. Margaret Shirey, Ranson. Nan Fisher, Harpers Ferry. Leonard Young, Charles Town. Paul Simmons, Harpers Ferry. Susan Mann, Harpers Ferry. Mary Chapman, Harpers Ferry. Frances Minniti, Charles Town. Mabel Harrison, Charles Town. Linda Miller, Summit Point. Daniel Gaynor, Kearneysville. Sandra Jenkins, Summit Point. John Gott, Ranson. Jason Goode, Charles Town. Albert Coffee, Ranson. Joanne Kilpatrick, Kear- neysville. Helen Anders, Ransom Ida Luck, Richmond, Va. Ethel Hilliard, Ranson. Christopher Scott, Charles Town. James Burrows, Charles Town. Mary Propst, Ranson. Anthony Fabrizio, Baltimore, Md. Shirley Campbell, Harper,, Ferry. John Hardy, Charles Town. Elsie Souers, Charles Town. Muriel Durst, Harpers Ferry. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shade, Shepherdstown, a daughter March 20. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ware, Kearneysville, a daughter! March 21. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bergman, Shepherdstown, a daughter March 23. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Collins, Harpers Ferry, a daughter March 26. Mr. and Mrs. James Whetzel, Moorefield, W. Va., March 26. Armn. AF Airman Davidl Mrs. Rachel J. l 2, E. Moats, graduated front Force's counting conducted by Command. Airman Moats at K.I. training pbasis on pay systems. course credits applied the Community Air Force. Moats is a Middletown, i \\; The i Our ANI,IIVERSARY SAL Match up SPECIAL DELICIOUS MINT GREEN GO-TOGETHERS MIX IT UP BEAUTIFULLY IN MACHINE WASHABLE POLYESTER KNIT $/S SWEATER 8. SHIRT JACKET 11.99 striped skirt 6.99 PULL-ON PANT 7.99 SHORTS 4.99 STRIPED T-NECK SHELL 6.99 SfMILAR TO ILLUSTRATION / 3 ( 1.59 Introductory  ..... Sale Our Cotton Shaper' pantihose with a knit-in cotton panty. Will be $2. Our new Cotton Shaper" pantihose combines the cool comfort and absorbency of a seamless knit-in cotton panty with Flexxtra stretch nylon legs. Add the light control of spandex for a smooth, no seam look under all your clingy clothes. Sandalfoot in suntan, coffee or gala. With white or matching panty. Short, average or tall. Queen short, tall. Will be 2.50. Intro. Sale 1.99 Sale prices effective through April lSth. Regular price effective Aprlf 1Sift. Special 12.99 20% off All Boys PENNEY Pets E, Match Factory Sale 2.40 to 6.40 Reg. 3.03' 8.03 Our Entire Stock is on SALE! Colorful coordinates for boys. S/S Knit shirts, tank tops, jeans g shorts. Sizes 4 - 7 endl - 14 25% off All fabrics. Save on every single yard in stock. Includes the latest fashion prints, solids, knits, wovens, blends for dresses, separates, sleepwear and robes. Burling- ton/Klopman, Milliken, Wamsutta, more famous names. 3for $1 2 / Dress shirt  special. Long sleeve dress shirts  in easy care polyester/  cotton. White, blue, tan, maize. Sizes 14 l& to 17, .. ": .,? ::+::,:.: Men's jacket. Zip-front jacket is poly- ester/cotton poplin with nylon knit collar and cuff. Solids in sizes S,M,L,XL. 30% off ALL JUNIOR JEANS SALE 8.40 to 11.20 Reg. 12.00 to 16.00.A great selection of styles Mariners, Elastic back, Fatigue or-Tun- nel Beit. All in Cotton or Cot- ton Blend. :' " ............ ,... 200/0 off Top-s II ng towels Sale 2 ()bath Reg. $3. Soft floral sheared cotton/poly terry. Hand towel; reg. $2, Sale 1.60 Washcloth; $1, Sale 80 Reg. I. Thirsty insheared Solid dobby border in Cot- ton/Polyester. Hand Reg. 1.29 SALE 1.03 Wash Cloth Reg. 79' SALE ' 20% off Bed pillows. 0.._ =0@ / Sale 4.80 standard 6 "" , 0/ Reg. $6. Machine wash- Of=, .. i , " able Dacrone Fiberfill II #, ,, ' 0  polyester; cotton/poly IJ "VV " ticking. Jr - - 0, ' Queen; j)/#'   " reg $8, Sale640 /, # $ 30% off All men'.,; knits. SALE 1.39 to Reg. 1.98 to 12.00 Men's knit shirts i big choice of styles. Great easy and lots of colors and stripes. Sizes S,M,L,XL. Sale prices effec,,e L,t  ;Jgh SaturdaY. Lon Sale 200 , )off won ns sleepwear. Sale 20 Reg. St. Long nylon tricot gown with lace and embroidery trim. Pastel colors. P,S,M,L. Shift-length gown, reg. $8. Sale 6.40 lY /'1 to .. 'Y CP00,nney TUEs.MON-" & FRI. , til ,WED, THU RS. J RETAIL " ,o 72S. 3577 g SAT. ? hll 5 1 II llll m Illlllll IImlul fancy reg. $11 Reg,