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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1978 Worth Their Weight In Gold Your cancelled checks are literally worth their weight in gold at income tax time. Here is a complete record of your expense for 1977 laid out so you won't miss one deduction in settling with Uncle Sam. And that could save you plen- ty. Pay every bill by check. And if you don't have an account, you would be wise to open one be- fore another day goes by. MEMBER F. D. I. C. are visiting Mrs. Earle Chap- man having been called here by the death of his brother-in-law, Mr. Earle Chapman. The many friends of Earle Chapman were shocked and deeply grived to learn of his sudden death which occurred at his home in Shenandoah Junc- tion. He was horn in Jefferson County, the son of the late Frank and Katie Ann Mansfield Chapman. He worked for the B&O Railroad for 32 years, and was a member of the Mar- tinsburg Loyal Order of Moose No. 120, an honorary member of the Citizens Fire Company and a member of Railway Workers. He is survived by his wife, Eileen Southard Chapman; one sister, Mrs. Ida Southard, of the Junction; one brother, Mr. James F. Chapman, of Bardane. Services were held from Melvin T. Strider Funeral Home, with the Rev. Royce Chaney of- ficiating. Burial was in Pleasant View Memory Gardens. Much sympathy is extended to the family. SHEPHERDSTOWN Mrs. Janet Hansen Dial 876-2672 The Historic Shepberdstown Commission, will meet on Saturday, April 22, at 9:30 a.m. at the Men's Club. The agenda will consist of a discussion to go ahead with plans for Rumsey Hall restoration and initial planning for the Harvest Festival in the fall. All in- terested area residents are inured to attend. Dr. Arthur Link, son of Mrs, Helen Link, was a guest on television last week. He will be on the same program on Wed- nesday, April 12, 7:30 p.m., Channel 9: Shepherdstown Chapter 128 UDC will meet on Tuesday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m., at the home o/ Mrs. Tyler Brown, 1206 Lovelace Way, Martinsburg. Co-hostess is Mrs. George Banks. Dr. Charles Carter gave an I inspiring poetry reading on Wednesday, April 5, at the Shepherdstown Senior Center. ;Mrs. Wayne Bjorlie represented 'the Jefferson Art Council which sponsored the event. Anyone with news, call 876- 2872. at the Zion Hall from Mrs. Frances man of the workshop public d welcome. The workshOP Workshop To Be support the to be held MaY: Held On Spring I p.m. and May p.m. The Fashion Show I H°rticulture tistic Division The Jefferson County Council I exhibits, of Garden Clubs announced a emphasized workshop to be held on April 18th enter. AGNES B. THOMAS Democr0tic Candidate House of Delegates 36th District ONE OF THE ISSUES UTILITY REFORM PLAIN TALKING SOLUTIONS WE MUST GIVE THE PUBLIC COMMISSION TEETH TO DEAL PUBLIC UTILITIES. WE MUST OFFER RELIEF TO THE ELDERLY, THE AND THE VERY POOR, AND WE CURB THE MONSTROUS RATE IN citizens for Agnes B. Thomas, Pamela Seal, Treasurer Weekend Savi SAVE 20% 10 Pairs for 3.99 Orig. 10 for S.00 Suntan Gala, Coffeebean In Sizes Short, Average LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Dial 725-8309 On Wednesday, Mrs. Bates Watson, Mrs. Billy Owens, Mrs. Floyd Owens and Pat spent the day with Mrs. Beulah Worsley, Hanover, Pa. They had dinner in Gettysburg, Pa. Mrs. J. S. Locke called on Mrs. Elsie Needy, Vanclevesville on Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Blue, Shenandoah Junction, visited Mrs. Bertha Albert and Mrs. Edward Dunbar on Wednesday. The new babies are still arriving. Mr. and Mrs. Charles "Buddy" Ware, announce the birth of a daughter, Marika Mae, born March 21 in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Grove have a baby boy, Steven Glenn, born March 30 in King's Daughters Hospital in Mar- nsburg, weighing 8 Ibs. The Grove's have 2 daughters. Mrs. Bertha Albert is a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital for X-rays. Congratulations to Noel Sisk, Maintenance Mechanic at the National Fisheries Center who was presented a 30-year Length of Service Award by Center Director, Robert E. Putz. Noel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sisk, Sr., and has lived most of his life in Leetown. Wade Whorten and Miss Flora Bell Price, Charles Town, visited Mrs. Millard Edwards on Sunday. Mrs. Alton Grove is on the sick list. Rev. Chas. Frum is ira. proving and hopes to be home ; soon. Rev. Paul Gruver, a retired United Brethren minister from Martinsburg, brought the message on Sunday, March 9 at Leetown. Mrs. Jas Locks visited Mrs. Kenneth Feagan, Airport Road on Sunday and found Mr. Feagan still in the King's Daughters Hospital, having had an operation for kidney stones. He has been there for three weeks and hopes to be home next week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee and J. RUSSELL FRITTS & SON, INC. 309 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. • 9x 12 as low as s 5 9.95 Qua tv At A PrlceYou . -.../P< .... . :J A ® GLAZELLE Come in today and see our GAFSTAR ® Grand Sheet ALL, Vinyl in stock Vinyl Floors that have all the qualities of the higher priced floors at easily affordable prices. They have a tough stain and scuff resistant surface plus a "wax- free"* shine that requires very little care. GAFSTAR ® Grand comes in lots of h.igh style patterns and colors to choose from. A lot of floor for the money! * If desired, gloss can be restored in heavy traffic areas by ' mechanical buffing. i i •111 I I IIIII I I I II III I I at least $2.00 • off sq. yd. I III Jl I daughter Tiffany, and Mrs. Ruth Moreland, visited Grace Moreland and Stella Largent in Paw Paw, and Anna Moreland and Virginia Verner, Spring Gap, W. Va., also Mr. and Mrs. Diskin Abe, Neils Run, on Sunday. Recent visitors of Mrs. Ruth Moreland were Mrs. Mary Hendricks, Virginia Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Davis and son, Middleway; and Mrs. John Hammond of Shippensburg, Pa. Mrs. J. S. Locke and Mrs. James H. Locke, visited Ken- neth Feagan in King's Daughters Hospital on Sunday. Also visited Albert Butler, who is a patient in the same hospital. Mrs. Kenneth Fritts is an the sick list. Miss Brenda Swartz celebrated her birthday this month and is sporting a new Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Dilley and son Chad were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dilley, Shepherdstown, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Gard- ner visited relatives in the village Sunday night. It would be nice to bear from relatives in Ohio. Guess they get all the news by reading the Spirit of Jefferson. Miss Tricia Klsnnr and son Michael, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis on Sunday. Some of the folks celebrating birthdays in April are Kim Demory, Victor Blue and Marion Blue. SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss Lfllian Myers Dial 725.5168 Mrs. Carlton "Esther" Honsden's father died April 2 in Chambersburg, after a long illness. He died at his home at 3:45 p.m. He was 72. He was buried Wednesday afternoon from John O. Parks Funai Home with burial in Lincoln Cemetery in Chamhersburg, Pa. Mrs. Housden spent Sunday until Wednesday evening in Chem- bersburg. Her husband, Mr. Carlton Housden, joined her for the funeral and was a hearer. They wish to thank everyone for their prayers and those who cared for him. Much sympathy is extended to the family. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Suuthard, of Terra Alta, W. Va., 20 % to 36 % off Casual Tops00 Blouses SALE 3.99 to 6.99 Reg. 5.00 to 11.00 SAVE NOW on A Super Group of Casual Tops & Blouses. In Polyester And Polyester Blends. See Solids & Stripes, Long & Short Sleeves. EARLY BIRDS GET THE BEST SELECTION 50°00 to66O00 Selected Tennis 20%off Work sets. Sale7.18 Reg. 8:98. Men's oxhide work pants are Fortrel® polyester/cotton with belt loops. Sizes 29 to 46, Sale 5.99 Reg. 7.49. Long sleeve work shirt is Fortrel® polyester/cotton Oxhide with two flapped pockets and long tails. Sizes S,M,L,XL,XXL. Side prices effective through Saturday. MON. g FRI. 9 till 9 TUES. - WED. - THURS. & SAT. 9 till 5 Special 1.66yd. Silk-touch knits. Versatile solid and print knits combine the wash and wear of polyester, the smooth soft hand of silk. For sewing dresses, pant suits, go-together separates. 58/60" wide. 20% off Bed pillows. Sale 4.80 standard Reg, $6. Machine wash- able Dacron® Fiberfill II polyester; cotton/poly ticking. Queen; reg. $8, Sale 6.40 00'JCPenney, s