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April 27, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 27, 1978

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SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1 THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1978 A P[ 00OPLL BANK II I/ II Ill OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY HIGH BAND TAKES OFF FOR DISNEY WORLD IN FLORIDA High School Band left from Jefferson High School 21, via chartered bus for a five-day trip to Disney World in in the above picture the band members, along with Shirley M. long been active in and associated with the Jefferson High band promotion, shown in the center shaking hands with Warren High Principal, board the bus ready to take off. The group In Florida Saturday, had dinner at the Red Lobster Restaurant and the evening at Disney World. They spent the entire day Sunday, bisney World, giving a concert at 12:30 p.m. Then on Monday, April a tour of the Kennedy Space Center and after lunch continued to a brief stay. On Tuesday, the band membe-' had fun on the early evening when they departed for home, arriving back at 5 p.m. April 26. (Photo by Errol Leslie) aSSails Panama Carter asks farmer: cut- back production, boost prices. RISSLER For Commissioner District P01. Ad by: Candidate I KEARNEYSVILLE Mrs. Wallace Welsh Dial 876-6845 l Mrs. Isobell Creamer, Mrs. Rene Marshall, Mrs. Mary Ellen l C.W. THEATRE Charles Town, W.Va. PIIONE: 725 - 5212 "AMERICAN HOT WAX" HEAD FOR M ERCHA NT---NOLA ND 72-HUR SELL'A-THON Bargain prices. Buy from stock. Immediate delivery. Deals end April 28. Braithwaite and Mrs. Kathy represented the Women of the Presbyterian Church, for a conference and election of officer's at the Presbytery of Shenandoah in Massanetta Springs, Va., this Saturday. Saturday evening a surprise was held for Mrs. Edith Thomas and her niece, Mrs. Faye Daugberty at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Mullady in Martinsburg. Each guest of honor received many gifts from those present -- Mr. and Mrs. Lrry Walls, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Walls, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blasengame, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Butts, Leonard Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall, Doug and Terry, Mrs. Darlene Stride, Kevin and Tim, Ronald Pittsnegle, and Philip, Terry and Brad Cave. Dougie Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall, had an un- fortunate accident at school and broke two bones in his wrist. He will wear a cast for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard and their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hilliard, went with a tour group for a three day visit to New York City. While there they toured many sights in and around the city including the famous Radio City Music Hall, Empire State Building, World Trade Center, Statue of Liberty and an extra highlight was a horse and carriage ride through the busy streets of the city, back to their hotel. The Youth Group of the Grace United Church of Christ met Sunday, April 16, in the educational building. President, Barbara Kenney presided. For devotions, Chris Walls read from Isiah 60:1-5. Old business was a report on the success of a cecent lunch sale at a local sale in the community. New business was discussion of selecting a new vice-president with a unanimous vote for Tony Burkhart. The upcoming home made vegetable soup sale will be Saturday, April 29. It was decided to send a fruit basket to Heather Basore who is confined to her home with a broken arm. After the meeting adjourned, the members sur- prised one of their advisors, Mrs. Edith Thomas with a birth- day party. She received a nice gift and a decorated cake which was served with chips, cupcakes and cola. She thanked the youngsters and made the remark of how she enjoys He was very active in the science program at the old High Street Elementary School in Martinsburg, which is now vacant, and conducted many science projects of which Brenda is featured. Many ar- ticles have appeared in the community newspapers along with pictures of his projects. Brenda is employed in the Library at Shepherd College Dr. Spencer's book was published by ES Press, Inc., Washington, D.C. Congratulations to Mrs. Margie Johnston who celebrated a birthday, Saturday, April 22. The Edgewood Homemakers Extension Club met for their April meeting at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Creamer with hostess, Mrs. Henry McDonald, with 12 members present. Mrs. Boteler Link, Jr., gave devotions. New business was -- announcement of Homemakers Week beginning May 7-13; the club will make cookies for refreshment table at the annual tea on Sunday, May 7, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.; May 4 will be the lesson leader training" "Discipline With Love", at the WVU Extension Office in Berkeley County at 9:30 a.m.; May 23, the Jefferson County Extension Homemakers Spring meeting, with a covered dish luncheon at the Jefferson County Community Center, 9:30 to 1 a.m.; the theme of the area meeting in Keyser, June 14, will he "You Light Up My Life", from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mere- hers of the club to visit the Locust Grove Nursing Home are Mrs. Mary Sencindiver, Mrs. Becky McDonald, Mrs. Isohell Creamer, Mrs. Fleeta Writt, Mrs. Kathy Creamer, Mrs. Hilda Burhman, Mrs. Barbara Wilson and a guest, Mrs. Rena Mar- shall, played the piano. Mrs. Gilbert Frye gave a most in- formative talk on "Womans Role in Husbands Retirement", and gave a test for middle age, which was enjoyed by all. The meeting adjourned and the members enjoyed a white elephant sale. The club will meet Wednesday, May 10, at the home of Mrs. Henry Wilson with the planning meeting for the coming year $$** Intelligence isn't indi. coted by a loud mouth. Why not plan a vaca- tion trip that will enable you to see some of your own country? TrailBlazers The pioneers who blazed the roads now have descendants who burn them up. WHEN YOU MARK AN ON YOUR BALLOT CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING: -HOUSE OF DELEGATES - -- One candidate represents special interest groups.(banks, etc.) and not YOU THE PEOPLE. One candidate proved in the last session of the legislature that "no interest" and "no desire" for representing the people existed. The number of bills introduced and passed could have been accom- plished with a part time lobbyist. The only candidate with the time, ability and desire to represent you "full time is Agnecs Thomas. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: We are against o "closed meeting" type representation, reduced services in the area of low enfor- cement and tag service, representatives who practice banking ith our money and representatives who don't care about what the citizens want. We are against the present members of the County Commission seeking re.election. We are against new candidates who might continue this type of government. WE SUPPORT: JAMES LOUTHAN and JOHN KUSNER AS THE TWO BEST CHOICES OF HONEST, CAPABLE MEN WHO CAN AND WILL REPRESENT YOUR VIEWS. Committee for Better Local Government Curtis Brannon/Bob Stiles Secretary/Treasurer l l POLITICS IS FUN-. (No Speakers) YOU ARE INVITED TOATTENDA PARTY WITHA FREE BAND AND REFRESHMENTS DRESS AS CASUAL (COME AS YOU ARE) TIME: SUNDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 30-- 4:30 p.m. TILL. - PLACE : Former Delmonico Club-- ROUTE 9 and LEETOWN ROAD (NORTH OF RANSON) Committee for Better Local Government Curtis Brannon/Bob Stiles Secretary/Treasurer Monza 2 + 2 Hatchback Coupe working with a great bunch of kids. Earl Welsh is convalescing at home following a 7-day stay in King's Daughters Hospital. He received many nice cards and well wishes. His son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welsh and Duane were up on Sunday, from Columbia City, Md. The choir of the Grace United Church of Christ will participate in the program of the Tri-Parish Choir, along with the Shepherdstown and Martinsburg Christ Churches at the annual joing meeting of the Catoctir and Shenandoah Conferences on May 7th from 2:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Christ Church in Martinsburg, with Rev. Bobby Bends. Rev. Bronson Staley has the two charges of Kearneysville Room Air Conditioner 5000 BTU's Model AT705FB this Monza our and Shepherdstown. Mrs. Marlene Waiters daughter of Mr. and Mrs. REGULAR PRICE d Sell A-Then price 00"00"'""*'VirginiaiSa patient at $379 -- the West Re mbilitation O__ Center near Charleston. She is v =4675"w n, other $359 f.,Fk undergoing therapy following a SALE PRICE stroke. On Saturday her husband P Henry family mere- b Stock N0. 1287 hers motored to the center to I"cludes Tinted Glass' Clr keyed mats'Wheel GeorgeViSit" They were her fatherHilliard, Mr. and Mrs.  .% OPening mldg., Sport mirrors, 3.2 titre V6 engine, 4 Marshall Edwards, Mrs. Kaye Sled trans,, Power steering, Am/Fm Radio, BR70 Manor and Marilyn Edwards. 9700 BTU's WW Radials. Marlene's mother said she has shown a little improvement buy this Monza, you also get such standard equipment full wheel covers, bumper rub strips, high-back seats, a sporty two-spoke steering wheel and more 'rag our special 72-Hour Setl-A-Thon and take advantage on Monza and many other Chevy cars and trucks Ventory Buy from stock and take immediate delivery Sell-A-Then ends Friday, April 28. T- NOLAND through the therapy she has received. Congratulations to Mrs. ERe Fellers on her 74th birthday. She received a lovely birthday cake and gifts and money from family and friends. Callers were Mrs. Clarence Dallenger and Mrs. Edna Shirley from Tomahawk, Mrs. Judy Tyson and daughter, Mrs. Linda Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. John Mccarty. Mrs. Brenda Welsh Baker, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welsh, is pictured in a recent book written by Dr. Randolph Spencer, titled "From Paw Paw to PhD." Dr. Spencer who was horn and raised in Paw Paw, was a graduate of Storer College in Harpers Ferry and studied at West Virginia College and West Virginia University. 18000 BTU'B ModeIADSISBB ,E00.P,,CE . ,EOU00,P,,CE ALE IRICE 19,95 $169.95 ,ALE PRICE $204.95 I/1100%00 $154.95 REGULAR PRICE 479.95 SALE PRICE $454.95 7800 BTU's ModoI AGAE608AB i II LET - 0LDS, Inc. 7045 Charles Town, W. Va. 25414 i lll i i r REGULAR PRICE $299.95 SALE PRICE $279.95 i OTHER SIZES AVAILABLE UP TO 23,600 INSTALLATION EXTRA SUPERTI00NE SALES oeP.00 i 116 EAST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLESTOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725. 2915 I I I III II I