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Charles Town, West Virginia
April 13, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 13, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farm's ADVOCAT] THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1978 iF g $ r! P'EOPL BANK OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY Students Participated In Future America Ham, Bacon, Egg Show,Sale are four of the Jefferson High are Farmers of who par- year's F.F.A. and Egg show and are holding some and bacons cattle themselves. The Renner, Dennis ie Lilcomb. one of the during the Permits Vo-Ag Put into practice O ft. FREEZER Convenient sugar cure. In late February, the hams and bacons are brought to school where they are trimmed and shaped up before being hickory smoked. After smoking, each ham and bacon is shown in a local show. If the meat rates prime or choice, each student is allowed to take 1 ham and 1 bacon to the State Show in Charleston. The rest of the prime and choice meat is then sold to local businesses and interested individuals. The money the students receive goes back into their farm projects to increase and further their en- what they learn in the classroom. The hams and bacon which the boys are holding above are the final product that is produced by the F.F.A. members who first raise or buy pigs in late July. They learn to feed and manage a swine en- terprise. In early December, the hogs are slaughtered at about 200 lbs. at a local slaughter house where they must pass state and federal inspection. Then each student learns to cut up his or her hog as a special class project. Each student then puts each piece of meat into a O terprise. We at the Jefferson FFA Chapter would like to thank the. following businesses and in- dividuals for their support in purchasing the hams and bacon, for without them this program could not be possible: The Bank of Charles Town, who purchased a ham from Mike Duncan; the Bank of Harpers Ferry, who purchased a ham from Tommy Lipscomb; Jefferson Security Bank of Shepherdstown, who purchased a ham from Mike Duncan; W. H. Knodes of Southern States, who purchased a ham from Mickey Duncan; Shepherdstown Lumber Com- pany, who purchased a ham from Thomas Lipscomb; David Wilson, Director of J.H.S. Band, who purchased a ham from Dennis Potts and bacon from Mike Duncan; James Pingley, Assistant Principal of J.H.S., who purchased bacon from Thomas Lipscomb; Donald Hetzel, Athletic Director of J.H.S., who purchased bacon from Mickey Duncan; Denver Hipp, cashier at Jefferson Security Bank of Shepherd- stown, who purchased bacon from Mike Duncan; Driswood Farm, who purchased bacon from Dennis Potts; Rid- dleberger's, who purchased bacon from Mickey Duncan. Sugar Maples Are Given To School System Jefferson County will receive 12 sugar maple trees which will be planted on the grounds of l( You can be sure... if it's Westinghouse Westinghouse Hmll Pumps TWIN T ENG. respective schools as part of the special Bicentennial Plus One program, it was announced by the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources. The four to five-foot trees are being provided to the public and private schools by the Depart- ment of Natural Resources' Division of Forestry and the McDonald's Corporation. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the West Virginia Department of Highways at its office in Charleston, West Virginia, Room A-1017, 1900 Washington Street, East, until 10 AM, April 25, 1978 and said proposals will be publicly opened and read immediately therafter for the construction of the following project on State Highways. All Projects are for Bituminous Concrete Wearing Course, unless otherwise noted. JEFFERSON COUNTY. 719-23- 0.00, 1.47 miles of Halltown Road on Jefferson County 19 (State Local Service). All Proposal Guaranties are $2,000.00 or 5 per cent of total bid, whichever is greater. The West Virginia Depart- ment of Highways hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority i business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to i submit bids in response to this I invitation, and will not be[ discriminated against on the 1 grounds of race, color, religion, I sex or national origin in con-[ sideration for an award. I WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ttlGHWAYS PHILIP J. SHEETS EXECUTIVE SECRETARY pril 6-2t- t "Many of the schools will plant their state trees as part of Arbor Day celebrations on April 14", All Allison, assistant state forester for nurseries indicated. "The trees are being made available as part of McDonald's nationwide promotion of Bicentennial Tree plantings", i nation and their preservation for Governor John D. Rockefeller [ future generations" IV has proclaimed the second I Friday in April as Arbor Day l ..... ------- .. , . .  _, .... ._ , s wnat reason nave ametsts ann encourager mJ ClUZens Oil ..... the state to plant a tree in[ zorsaymg matwc can- "expression of their faith and] not rlse again? love for their city, state and l -Blaise Pascal. i i , i ill ii i i - SOMETIMES YOU JUST Answering questions and solving problems about insurance is our business. Andwe do it well. After all, insurance is only as good as your agent. Next time you re-evaluate your insurance needs, just give us a call. We understand the business-end of a pencil. ITHADENBOUSCH :.'4-Q/If', l N C I "Everything insured but yesterday" Modinsburg Charles Town Shepherdslown 132 South Queen Street Hill-Dale $hopoing Center 124 East Germaro 1 263:3388 725- 7081 876-2774 b. .J i i i . i.. , J| . i # i i H ,. nH """"" BERKELEY :EFF SsO p.o. s;,x Hi Charles Town, W. Vlu. RESERVE A gu Elect0000 , TIlE CIRCUIT COURT  f' rst day of service- OF JEFFERSON COUNTV, ' Monday, April 24, 1978 WEST VIRGINIA TU ES DAY Henry B. Davenport, Area 1 / ' / "% first day to call in- Edward Braxton, JohnB.Schley, north of Rt. 15, 18 / Friday, April 21 1978 Albert G. Hooper, Jr., N0-FROST 15.6 cu. ft. Refrigerator-Freezer • Two Ice 'n Easy Trays • Power Saver Switch • See-thru Crispers • Adjustable Meat Keeper • 3 Adjustable Shelves • Only 301/2" Wide ""$549 95 ONLY m AUTOMATIC ICEMAKER Available, Optional at Extra Cost GE 20.8 cu. ft. NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR- FREEZER • 3 fast-freezing * Big 6.96 cu. ft. shelves plus top Zero-degree cold plate freezer = Extra shelves and juice can rack • Power Saver on door Switch • Door lock, • 3 Adjustable self-ejecting key Shelves • Only 28" wide • Only 301/2" Wide $299.9s Option=l Automatic Icemaker Ail|ble at Extrl Cost! Model CA- ] 2Dr Mode' TB F-21 ON E SALES CORP. WOshlngton St., Charles Town, W. Va. i PHONE: 725. 2915 west of rt. 11 / Donald T. Phillips, Robert A. Hockensmith, Harold Flaherty, Joseph G. Barrat, George R. Heldrteh, Virginia F. Burns, As Members of An Unin- corporated Association Known as the Jefferson County Plan- Commission, Plaintiffs Versus Louis B. Athey, Frederick E. Roughton, Defendants 78-C-67 ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of the above en- titled civil action is to obtain a mandatory injunction from the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, commanding the defendants to execute and deliver unto the plantiffs a bond securing the maintenance of the roadways in Southerly Sub- division in Charles Town District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, plat of which sub- division is of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of said county. It appearing by affidavit filed in this civil action that one of the defendants, namely Frederick E. Roughtou, is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is ORDERED that Frederick E. Roughton do appear and defend by serving an answer upon Robert R. Skinner, Prosecuting Attorney of Jefferson County, the plaintiffs' attorney, at his address of County Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, 25414, on or before the 1st day of May, 1978; otherwise judgment by default will be rendered against said defendant at any time thereafter. A copy of the complaint may be obtained from the un- dersigned Clerk at her office in Charles Town, West Virginia. Witness the following signature. Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of Said Court March 30-3t .. € • Hedgesville ,,e T0mahawk I Rt. 13  THURSDAY / x /  Area IV; " " Jones' Spring / east of Rt. 11 _% ... ,.Rt. 15,18/X Martinsburg ,rth of Rt. 9 Shanghai / t Shepherdsto st of Rt. 340 / / % FRIDAY / / k Rt. 11 Rt 9 Area II;  / "\\; west of Rt. 11  x I , lierper's Ferry south of Rt. 13 , '%, t/ t "'" / • Charles WEDNESA'AY " Tow / k / n MONDAY Area V, Area III; / " _ ll;   It 340 / /eeost and south eastofRt, ll   " ,/ /'' . of Rt 340 south ofRt. 9   , . / / " west ofRt. 340   / /  Here's how to catch a ride 1 Check the map to see PanTran will pick you up in the morning x\\; ". when PanTran will be in our and return you in the afternoon. " y THE BUS IS ONLY AUTHORIZED TO TAKE YOU TO A DESTINATION WITHIN YOUR AREA OR TO THE MARTINSBURG AREA FARE WILL BE $1.00 EACH WAY IN BERKELEY COUNTY, 263-0876; JEFFERSON COUNTY, 876-2456 area. 2. Call PanTran's local num- ber between 9:00 AM and 12 noon the previous working day and request a reservation. 3. The dispatcher will call back between I PM and 2 PM to give you pickup time.