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8' SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 20,1978 P!OPL BANK I OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY GUEST ROOMS AT CLI00SIDE ARE SPACIOUS, COMFORTABLE The above photograph shows one of the large, comfortable guest rooms at the new Cliffside Motor Inn addition, a Best Western facility. Rooms feature large, double beds, lounging furniture and a color television for the con- venience of guests. SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 EXT. HOMEMAKERS MEET The Summit Point Extension Homemakers Club met at the White Church in Middleway on Thursday, with 24 members and guests in attendance. The meeting was called to order by the president and was opened with devotions led by Mrs. David Wood. At their conclusion, the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and a report was given by the treasurer. Several items of business were discussed and attention was I ........ l called to the annual county tea to he held at the Community Center on Sunday, May 7, and Mrs. William Hale and Mrs. John Magaha were named to be in charge of the club's exhibit; the Spring meeting to be held at the Community Center on Tuesday, May 23; the area meeting to be held in Mineral County and to a county workshop on reed chair seats. As a follow-up to last month's program on the creative woman, at which time hags of discards were given to mem- bers, a demonstration was given ! of new things that might be fashioned from these discarded items. Following adjournment, refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Jerry Bane, assisted by her daughter Lori, after which the club's annual II I white elelant sale was held, with Mr. Robert Hardesty serving as auctioneer. More than one hundred dollars was realized. Miss Julie Creamer of LocUst Grove, was selected to represent the Architectural Drafting class of the James Rumsey Vocational School at the state competition of the VICA Club held on Saturday at the United Career Center in Clarksburg, W. Va. The trip to Clarksburg was made in company with several students from James Rumsey and one of their instructors, left about noon Friday and returned home following a banquet honoring the competitors on Saturday night. Valerie and Michael Kidwiler children of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon I I II $ Shop for savmgs on famous name Kidwiler of Bakerton, were guests over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron and their son. Mrs. Lawrence DeHaen and Mrs. Otho Marsh, in company with Mrs. Wallace Snyder, of Charles Town, spent Tuesday visiting in New Market, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Druschel, who had spent the past several months vacationing near Orlando, Fla., returned to their home last week. Mrs. Ernest Rudolph is a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital where she underwent surgery on Thursday. As of Sunday, her condition was reported as excellent and that she was making rapid strides towards recovery. It is hoped that she will be able to return to her home soon. PTA MEETING The April meeting of the Parent-Teachers Association was held at the South Jefferson Elementary School on Monday with a good attendance. The meeting was followed by an enjoyable musical program which was presented by the students of the 2rid and 4th grades. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Timbrook of Augusta, W. Va., spent the past weekend visiting with Mr. Cheshire's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbrook, at their home in Baltimore, Md. The Rev. and Mrs. David Wood and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder of Shenstone, were among those from the area attending the program presented by a group of young people known as "Up With People" at the Jefferson High School on Sunday. Danny Mills, Doug Stamey and Craig Boyd, of Rippon, accompanied by the former's I I II II grandmother, Mrs. Allen' Glassford, attended the Regional Math Field Day, held in Circlevige, W. Vs., on Friday. Danny was selected as an alternate to the State Field Day held in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. William Henry and son of Charles Town, were dinner guests Sunday at Monte View, the home of the latter's aunt and cousins, Mrs. Stuart Crim and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Wimer and son of Parsons, W. Vs., were visitors over the weekend at the home of the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Smallwood. Guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Drish and daughters, were Mr. and Mrs. Monte Cook of Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford spent Saturday visiting with the latter's brother and sister-in- law, the Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Menear in Tunnelton, W. Va. HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo Dial 535-6528 The Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Lions Club will pick up your paper. Call Sam Wilder, 535- 6530. The Rev. William Baldwin of Wesley Seminary, assisted Rev. Michael Smith at Camp Hill- Wesley and Bethesda U.M. Church for Sunday Morning Worship Service. The Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Lions Club received a letter of thanks for the donation that was given to the skiing club for the blind school at Romney, W. Va. The Camp Hill Wesley United Methodist Church will celebrate its 149th birthday on Sunday,  May 7th. The church will also celebrate John Wesley's 99th birthday. SAVE Mrs. Carrie Donovan and Mrs. Hilda Creamer visited Mr: and Mrs. Gilbert Creamer and daughters Candi and Carrie in NOW Martinsburg for several days brands and last week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rowland enter the big AT and sons from Brunswick, Md., HOME VALUE sweepstakes. VALLEY HARDWARE ell April 20 to May 6 m,m,U,J srmanSlLE 1 Spring braced for rigidity. #9 kL flexible, tempered steel teeth. Chrome spring acton for better raking, Straight edge dellgn. iiltk'% Reg .. ))))////,,, ,,s. I 16-oz. hsmmerwith octagon  , pattern head. Tubular Steel U | shaft sbaorba shocks. Non,.  . slip cushion grip. Curved  • clew, or ripper, lIFiSlB , I Reg+ $10.99 each. vuu i'L.t "Floating Bible"design gives II[llljl super slicing action in thickset . grass. Polished blade:__ ",. "Finger-fit" grip for ".' better control. '22 Locking Pliers = A basic tool everyone neeos = Smafl enough for pocket or purse waS-GRIP  a m of lNm I. Co,, la¢., Dewttt, N,,,=k (Ig341 @  OT/Perm M, co., . KIll HeaW l)ut 'POP' ® Rivetool Multi-purpose Rivetool for professional ald home use. Sets Vs", s,3=" and ,%" "'POP" Rivets. Fastehs metal, fiberglass, plastic. lealher, cloth, from one side. """ aide Spring special $16.49 Bostik ® Crescent * Lulkin • cholson *Weller Wiss * Xcllite WlEim €ONTURA.LilTm IHTWIIGHT IIHEAns. C do lid handles for easy ¢uttinl of Ill , even mMtipla thlgkMINs KWS dckly, deaaly dim down to tim tll: int. Nd-t for _W, kl ,: |st. #37'291". Reg. |0$0. ff' OlDtlq lO.IN CHIOMI AEMUITABL.E WltENeH. H- tlidsd |or duTaltity, ChTOmlLl plated to resist rust and ¢orrodon. Hsx-=hape¢ jaws IltVe solid IdP, won't cMnl lJmtment after INdtleg. 11W I/PKIM yELLOW MEZURLOCK POWEE TAPE. Tke ultimate talm , wtk W of sy.t-lil = an s i' bade, Tg Ioks blade I in. Rublr skeak sbmdr and vlrtuzlb ummk caea. #YI$. " You may win a week for two in Hawaii, or one of 199 Rainbow Weekends at an exciting Hilton Hotel anywhere in the U.S.A. USE THIS COUPON TO ENTER THE BIB SWEEPSTAKES There's nothing to buy. No Jingles Or s4ngans to wrria. Simply fill inlthe €otlpon and deposit It in Our More. NIte_ Addmea City State - DaRer's Nlme Valley Hardware Co. . Zip . Alreas 121 W. Waslgion . Charles Town SuseIp 3S414 c mtrlcted bYLO. R esldsn_m'mpn . _m p!fll¢Ipltlnl dorml or to lflA, 771) H. 141@ .nOOl mlo, t manapa.s, m mzs, s, pm M Iwlrdnd on S natlOnSl ms. BAR, RESTAURANT AREA AT NEW HARPERS FERRY hudson. BUGWlSER" This photograph shows the bar and one of the restaurants at the side Motor Inn, which opened recently. This restaurant will food. In addition, there is a family restaurant along with facilities for and meetings. spent the weekemJ with his mother, Mrs. mattie Singhas. Mr. Franklin Jones is home for a week from Johns Hopkins Hospital, but will have to return for more treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jones and family from Frederick, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. David Jones on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schilling from Pittsburgh, Pa., visited Mrs. K. K. Cavalier and Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Cavalier, Jr., on Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Schilling is a cousin of the Cavaliers and his uncle Frank ran a grocery in Bolivar for many years. 4-Hers Plan Conservation The Middleway Climbers 4- Hers met on April 14 at the home of Shelley Magaha, Stone Ridge Ranch. Activities centered around the upcoming 4-H Roundup and the group's energy conservation FOR RESPONSIVE... EFFECTIVE... EFFECIENT... COUNTY Eastman. GOVERNMENT The problem area of Jefferson County can be improved and corrected only by all county departments cooperating and working together to promote a beffer quality of life in +"[ c ) thocounty. 1 I drop .- JAMES L. LOUTHAN ' I_ I Demecratic Candidate for County Commission upto + S-lt- Pal. Ad By Candidate 1 The Seasoned Hand pushes down NOW get the best, of both worlds  Trad+honal Cub Cadet' qualqy And a great bargam! It's the new International 1100 Cub Cadet A year 'round workhorse with ! I hp engine, rugged automotive ChaSsis, power take-olf, sohd I-beam casl front axle. transaxle transmission, built++n creeper dnve and Optional 3 poet hitch Plenty st power for rotary mower, plow, tller, spreader, Dlanler. harrow roller• snow thrower plus other attachments Tradihonal Cub Cadet quahty Great new prtce NOW ONLY sprayer s 1,850°° W/38"MOWER Beat-known, molt-owned compression sprayer. Spray adjusts from fine mist to lOng range, For all yard and gardett spraying. 3- gallon size. BUY NOW & GET GREEN MACHINE GRASS & WEED TRIMMER (60" VALUE) FREE W/PURCHASE of ANY CUE CADET $28 = huds00. PEOPLES SUPPLY FARM CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. project, which had been kept a SUNNY secret. Project demonsxations were given by Shelley Magaha, on printing with water colors (hobbies); Donna Magaha, miscellaneous crafts (hobbies); and Penny Mason, on making lambs and purebred sheep. The next regular meeting will be held on May 12 at the home of Bill and Penny Mason, Summit Point. KemP Bible The Rev. Master of teacher Study Class to Orange beginning p.m. Everyone further 725-4408. FERGUSON'S DISPERSAL AND CATTLE EQUIPMENT MACHINERY SALE FRIDA Y, APRIL 28, Machinery at 10 A.M. On the farm located along McKinstry Mill from Frederick on 26 thru Libertytown, turn 3% M., turn left on McKinstry Mill Road, 2 m. SELLING 25 HEAD: I Purebred Bull coming 3-year-old 951 (Sam) 1 Purebred Polled Bull coming I year Son Sam 7th. I% Bull Polled coming 1 year Son of JM Ji 11 Purebred Cows (5 are polled). Mostly Sam. Balance of herd -- Bred cows and open Charolais bred on the sires side same as a ampules of semen. From LCR Sir Reference Sire A. FARM MACHINERY A. C., 200 season, cab, wide front axle, excellent like new with only 548 hrs., Int. (real nice), Ford 9N tractor cam STACKHAND "30" 3-ton hay stack blades, HESTON HAY STACK mover, outter-windrower (all 3 Heston pieces dition), N.H. baler, Hay fluffer-tedder, purpose elevator, Int. 130 bus, pt. scraper blade, Danhieser 3 pt. 12" auger and crane hook, tractor chains, 3 pt. utility platform CATTLE SURE-WEIGH 3000 lb. BALANCE metal stock rack and gates, hay racks for hay stacks, wooden corner feeder, I00 lb. feeders, watering troughs, hose with spray head, back rubbers tractor or pickup c clippers. SHOW Rubber water and feed buckets, new rope halters, lead ropes and s spray washer for water hose, hoof buckets, cattle shockers, MISCE Ford draw bar, P.T.O. extension for winter sides for H Tractor, electric new barb wire, steel casement windoW battery fencers, 17 rolls of snow fence, v shovels, forks, scrapers, fence tools, runners, propane welding set, 200 cots and mattresses, Army field antenna mast, kitchen cabinets, water pump, grind stone, very old CANNING JARS, tape P.T.O. seeder, log chains, individU GMC ¾ ton pickup 4 wheel drive 30, sacks included. CAB'f ! BLACK PONY, LIKE NEW poNY HARNESS. SALE ORDER: Small tools, large equipment, cattle. TERMS: CASH on day of cidents. Md. Sales Tax to be c No system will be used. N Trout Auctioneers, Inc., Mgr'ck,r 15 North Court Street, Frede ' JAMES G. TROUT, Auctioneer A. LELAND CLARK, Associate LEASE AND WACHTER, Clerks For Catalog: Tel. 301-663-1555 or "PLEASE CLIF' LUNCF u