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April 13, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 9 THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1978 LOAR," ONE OF 20 POINTS OF INTEREST ON 13RD HOUSE & GARDEN TOUR TO BE HELD APRIL 29-30 on the Flowing Springs Road, Route 17, between Charles is one of some 20 points of historical interest in- 23rd annual House and Garden Tour to be staged by the l-Potomac Garden Council April 29-30. Zoar is a Biblical name, a little one". This small stone house was bought by a group of 1801, and was used as their meeting house until the mid-1800's. The Mrs. David McMillan and her late husband, bought the 1 1960, and made few changes, except for the necessary plumbing I. Furnishings are mainly country pieces of the 1820's-1840's, prints, paintings, and primitive household objects, set off by and colored woodwork. Zoar had been named a Historic Land- Jefferson County Landmarks Commission. It will be shown by of the Jefferson Garden Club. Sharpe Force daughter Sharpe, of Ranson, W. Va., enlisted in the U. S. Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program, today according to SSgt. Terry Lyons,, Air Force Recruiter. Roxanne, a graduate of Jef- ferson County High School, is scheduled for enlistment in the Regular Air Force on September 20th. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six'week basic training course, she is scheduled With each sale of 00000000carter paints I I I SAVE 2.00 PREMIUM ONE COAT LATEX GLOSS MAKES HOUSE PAINTING EASY One coat covers most surfaces Q Latex mid-gloss stays glossy longer than oil paints, resists fading Use on house trim, windows. doors--fine for siding, too Choose White or decorator colors Reg. 12,59 GALLON SAVE 2.00 IUM ONE COAT PEELING flal against blistering for use on metal & gutters Coverage clean-up Gal. Reg. 11.99 GALLON WALLPAPER SALE 20% OFF Martinsburg 267-2430 LtSummer Store Hours 0,., Tues., Thurs. 8-6 Weds. & SaL 8-1 Fri. 8-9 (Closed 5-6:30) paints Charles Town Road to receive technical training in the Personnel Specialist career I area. She will be earning credits toward an associate degree in applied sciences through the Community College of the Air Force while attending basic and other Air Force technical training schools. ]S/SEL John C. Judd Joins AnnyRecruitinB Team In Martinsburg FT. MEADE, MD -- A new Army Representative, Staff Sergeant John C. Judd, has joined the recruiting team in Martinsburg at 143 South Queen Street. In his new assignment, SSgt. Judd will be explaining Army programs and opportunities to local young people who may be considering military service in their plans for the future. A native of Hagerstown, SSgt. ' Judd is a 1967 graduate of South Hagerstown High School. He has been in the Army for 10 years and has served in a variety of assignments in the United States and overseas. Among the sergeant's awards and decorations are the Army Commendation Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal, and Vietnam Service Medal SSgt. Judd and his wife Deborah, reside with their three children in Hagerstown. Partytimes To Play For Festival Firemen's Ball The 'Partytimes' of Lyn- chburg, Va., will play for the Firemen's Ball on Friday May 5th, and the Country Music Dance on May 6th at the Win-. chester Armory according to the announcement made today by Ed Tate, Director of Country Music. 'Variety is the spice of life' as some people say. Take eight big instruments; guitar, organ, drums, bass, pedal steel, fiddle, harmonica and electric piano and you have variety unlimited. Take five talented musicians, that's right, FIVE, whose combined talents can master these eight instruments and more, and you run head on into a refreshingly new musical ex- perience----'The Partytimers'. These five artists are: Dan Vernon, spokesman and lead singer of the group; Linda Lilly, female vocalist; on drums is John Bohannon; Gone Davision, pedal steel guitarists and har- monica; Harvey Hamilton, lead guitarist and Wiley Bolen on bass guitar. Ed Tale, Director of Depart- ment also added that they will be appearing at the Firemen's Reception on Thursday, May 4th, Shawnee Fire Hall. Tickets for these dances will be on sale in Leggett Department Store beginning April 1st. Make Today Count Meeting April 9th The April meeting of MAKE TODAY COUNT will he held on Sunday, April 9, at 3:00 p.m. in the education building of the Asbury United Methodist Church in Charles Town. All patients with life-threatening illness, their families and in- terested persom are invited to attend. MAKE TODAY COUNT was started in 1974 by Orville Kelly, a terminal cancer patient, and since its inception, more than 140 chapters have started in the United States and other coun- tries. Much about Mr. Kelly has been publicized of late, both in a recent article in the February Readers Digest and a few weeks ago, when the self-help concept of patients getting together for mutual support was disc/lssed on the TODAY SHOW. The Jefferson County chapter is a first in West Virginia and is receiving wide support from the community. Those interested in attending are cordially invited to join with the group on the 9th, or for further information call Bessie Kelley, 725-6064 or Naomi Moses, 725-5695. Election Commission lifts ceiling for Demo debt. WE ARE NUMBER ONE Jefferson County is: No. 1 in rate of growth No. 1 in quality of agriculture No. 1 in historic sites and parks Among the tops in education Among the best with social services Among the highest in church membership mong the most stable in employment JAMES "HANK" MOLER is a native, dedicated Jeffersonian who will speak up for all of our citizens. He can and will make your voice count. VOTE  JAMES M. MOLER Delegate 36th District Peoples Committee for Moler-- Shirley Hunt, Member % 116 E. Washington St. Open Monday thru Friday 9AM to 5PM