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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 7 THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1978 Meier Addresses Lions Club Variety Legislative Matters M. Moler, can- the 36th District from Jefferson West Virginia ke to members ?o n Lions Club dinner meeting g, April 4. e of the West of Delegates and of Kiwanis )r Moler, in a Le ing manner, of legislative addressing an active political efly outlined the of government le often confused e egal e district exists here in maker pointed S Ipre e courts population & "one-man -- has resulted in of delegate as Jefferson di idec between the 35th and 36th Districts, the latter also representing portions of Berkeley and Morgan counties. Moler stressed the voters must understand that a delegate no longer is representing a single county but an area, often in- cluding several counties, dic- tated by the district boundries. After the talk, Dr. Moler an- swered questions from the floor. Moler is running to regain the seat he lost to former delegate Carolyn Snyder who resigned her post to serve as an advisor to the Governor. Moler will be running against appointed incumbent Bianca James and Agnes Thomas in this May's Democratic May Primary. Following his remarks, Dr. Moler was presented a cer- tificate of appreciation from the Lions Club, the presentation being made as shown above by Chester Foley, right, vice- president of the Lions and acting president for this meeting; (Photo by Errol Leslie) si0n Homemakers I00eavy Agenda For ,[,in April 14th Son Extension prayer. "Three original poems, lub met at the "Spring of the Year", "The aul Holden, Cora e nembers were vil I a guest, Mrs. r.y. f the devotions Re", based on , livet by Mrs, tel owed by ICKEY t '-andidate (2 mrr ission District Ha. that for q Ul kLITY YOur tax d 5y Candidate Stranger", and "Ella", com- posed by Sandy Jackson, niece of Mrs. Viands, were read. "Woman's Role in Her Husband's Retirement", led by Mrs. Norval Johnston, had member participation by using the quiz "How to Tell When You've Reached Middle Age". This created quite a big of humor, some being qualified as near a perfect middle-ager and others needed to read more to help understand their elders or to understand their middle-age offspring. It is very important tO plan ahead for retirement and the woman has a very important role in helping her husband, and themselves, to a happy retirement. The earlier you start to think aboutit the better those years will be to keep active physically and mentally. Plan ahead with him on what your retirement living arrangement will be and your retirement finances as to plan to live within your means. Some of the members who had retired husbands told of some of the adjustments that had to be made. Mrs. Pat Holden, president, gave a report of the County Council meeting. Red Cross Mobile Unit will be at the Episcopal Parish, April I from 10:45 a.m. till 4:15 p.m. IC SALE the following personal property, located on tol" ar, W. Va. on - Y, APRIL 22, 1978 NIIING AT 70:00 A. M. q Oset, 8 li,- ' pc. dining room suite; walnut drop-leaf g1t ; sdeboard; dinette set with 4 chairs; drum t _ suite; end tables; oak library table; coffee ables; recliner; rocker; child's rocker; plank  .,?wivel accounting chair; cane seat chairs; ;I tree; oak wash stand; quantity of books; !re .' amps; rdio; assortment of records, tapes, ; ,l._t.!l and Howell movie camera; Keystone tton of wood planes; collection of old irons; The Jefferson County Arts Council extends an invitation to Artists in the Community, on Sunday, April 16th, at 2 p.m. at "Woodbury", near Leetown. County Extension Homemakers Planning Session to select topics, crafts and educational committee goals for 1978-79, will be Tuesday, April 18th, at I0 a.m. at the Community Center near Bardane. Members are to brink sack lunches, coffee and hot tea will he provided. The Jefferson County Ex- tension Homemakers spring meeting will be May 23rd, registration at 9:30 a.m., at the Community Center near Bar- dane. Kenneth Willingham will present Emergency Preparedness. An Arts and Crafts of West Virginia film will be shown by William Van Tel, and there will be special music on West Virginia. A pot luck dinner will be served at noon, each club contributing at least one meat dish. Heritage market leaflets were distributed to members who were asked to contribute articles for the benefit of county projects. Mrs. Robert McGarry gave a report on the im- provements at the Community Center. Mrs. Harris Tomlin volun- teered to give three dozen cookies for the May 7th County Tea. Each club is to have a card table exhibit on the theme "Onward, Ever Onward". Quickie reports were given by Mrs. Grady Owens, Jr., on Miss Martha Mary Crawford; Catherine Merchant and Mrs. Paul Holden on Coming into the Country. Cultural Arts committee reported three books were given ,to the Old Charles Town Library in honor of deceased members: "Well Springs- Giles for Mrs. J. Hendricks Daniels; "Kyara's Story" - Karadja for Mrs. Raymond Virts; and "Goodbye Columbus, Hello Medicine" - Meyers for Mrs. Luther Rodgers. 61 SPIN-CASTING ,. FISHING OUTFIT Two piece, 51/2 foot pole i with rael,eight, lure and hook. Regular 12.99 SAVE 3.22 RAM + 90 6OLF BALLS Box of 3 Regular 2.79 177 LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER Mrs. Grady Owens, Jr., citizenship chairman, read two thank you notes from Weston Health Center for St. Patricks and Easter remembrances. Two' members showed their macrame bags, a recent project. Mrs. Cora Foster won the friendship gift for the month. Meeting closed with the singing of the Extension Homemakers song "Onward, Ever Onward". A buffet lunch was served by the hostess and her co-hostess, Mrs. Cora,Foster. The next 20 c MARS rCAHDY BARS *Snickers *Milky Way -Forevir YOurs *M & M Plain tM a M Peanut .Marelhon *Mars AlmOnd Threa Musketeers SAVE 43c on 6 6i7 meeting will be May 2, at I0 a.m. at the Community Center, Bardane, for club planning program for 1978-79. Members are to bring sack lunches. RUMM;GE SALE A Rummage Sale will be held at the Mountain Community Center on Mission Road on Friday, April 21st at 9:30 a.m. All proceeds donated to Pack No. 84 Blue Ridge. Senate backs higher farm price supports. STALEY SYRUP 24 Ounce Bottle Regular 1.09- SAVE 32c LIMITEO QUANTITIES SORRY NO AD CHECKS \\; the strongest link between your doctor and your prescrlpll0n .., Ihe PEOPLES PHARMACIST When your doctor hands you a prescription to be filled, the most important link is the pharmacist who fills it. Thousands have learned to rely on ,the Peoples Pharmacist; people working w SZL hand in hand with AERICAN EXPRESS MON] ORDERS your doctor. GENERAL ELECTRIC LIGHT'H EASY IRON Regular 29.95 24  Lightweight, yet it does the same iron. Ing jobs as heavier irons, 25 steam vents for overall steam distribution. Model #210WH. ALBERTO LIGHT tl FRESH BALSAM CONDITIONER 77 + Extra Body-8 Ounce Bottle Regular 1.72 WITHOUTCOUPON...97c WITH COUPON DUPOHT LUCITE HOUSE OR WALL PAINT House paint has buBt-in Well paint Is easy to use primer. Cleans up usily with no stirring, no mess. with water, Oriea in en hour. Dries in  hour cod cleans eeslly with water. Gallon can Gallon can Regular 11.49 Regular 9.49 9" 7" ACAPULCO ALUMINUM FRAME LAWN CHAISE 7xex10 web count. SAVE 2.22 GULF CHARCOAL MEN'S COTTOH STARTER WORK 6LOVES Regular 94c Regular 1.99 Quart Can 77 c SCOTTS TURF BUILDER Covers up to 10,000 sq. It. 34V Pound Bag IHelps develop thick, green lawn ,)1 Regular 16.99. SAVE 4.22 PEOPLES DENTURE CLEANSER Box of 40 tablets Regular 1.19 SAVE 42c ARRID XX ROLL-OH AHfl.PERSPIRAHT 1.S Ounce Jar Regular 1.37 SAVE 60c 77 c 77 c PEPSODEHT Herd or Medium Bristles Regular 89c PEOPLES CLEAR ASPIRIN EYES TABLETS EYE DROPS Bottle ol 300 Regular 1.47 0.5 Ounce SAVE 70c Bottle 77 c 77 c PHILLIES FLAIR CIOARS HARDHEAD / s,..,=,.oeieiio PENS Pack Of 5 ,,,,,,,I Regular 49c Assorted colors '"' SAVTE 21c on 2 Regular 7gC 0012! 77 c tJlql , III *' [ LIMIT i SALE a,J (2) PER CUSTOMER LIMIT 4 PER CUSTOMER ACAPULCO SAVE2S2 ,ocm,o . 9 zz 7xSx4 web count ACAPULCO say.22 CHAIR 777 Regular 9.99 7xSx4 V count SWINGER II SMOKER GRILL 2t Y2" grill with one piece tilt. away hood and heavy gauge steel con- struction, SAVE 5.22 77 c CHARCOAL HICKORY DRIX CHIPS 22 Ounce Bag 2 Pound Bag 00;r,77 c AQUA QUEEN Lown Sprinkler .OSCILLATING Reg. $9.99 COTY NUANCE COLOGNE 2 Ounce Bottle i RegularS5 3'77 SAVE 1,23 now =7.88 RONI DISPOSABLE LIGHTER Reg. Sl.49 LIMIT I SALE (6) PER CUSTOMER SCHICK SUPER II CARTRIDGE Razor Blades CHLOR- TRIMETOH Reg. $2.23 AIJ.EII6Y T/iIKHS Just $119 PEOPLES Box ot 24 77 c "C" t "0" CELL DISPOSABLE : BATTERIES Boxoi,=to,,i.re | Regular 1.83, SAVE 89c on I Pack of 2. Regular 53c 2 2i77 c = LIMIT 1 SALE (2} PER CUaTOMEA i DOW HANDI.WRAP CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. 400 sq. fl, Reg' 91"19 NOW8 8 ': akU Russell and Peggy Jacobs I p., Miller l i I tzrr qe & accidents o premises.  April13-=, PEOPLES DRUG STORE HILLDALE SHOPPING CENTER