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2O SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE TI'.URSDAY, APRIL 27, 1978 MILTON DALGO HOUSE TRAILER, CONTENTS DESTROYED BY FIRE M WOODLAND TRAILER PARK FRIDAY MORNING A house trailer and all of its contents, shown above, owned and occupied by Milton Dalgo, and located at Woodland Trailer Park on State Route 9, several miles north of Ranson, were destroyed by fire about 10 o'clock Friday mor- ning. Volunteers from the two Charles Town Fire Companies, went to the scene and while they could not save the Dalgo mobile home, they did prevent the fire from spreading to other nearby mobile homes. Mrs. Dalgo and her small son did escape the flames without injury. Dodson's tanker truck was called in to help provide water for fighting the blaze. Buck Kite also delivered a truck load of water to the fire scene. Fire officials said Friday the cause of the fire is still under investigation. (Photo by Errol Leslie) grades were: 7TH GRADE Julie Benner, Mary Borror, Pare Brannon, Blair Breeden, Jodi Brege, Mary Butler, Thomas Clatterbuck, Kimberly Coatney, Colleen Coruler, Lori Crawford, Shawn Day, Kendall DeHaven, Kim Demory, Bobby Dillw, Denise Frazier, Clifford Hale, Kevin Hall, Sharon Harsh- man, Carl Jenkins, Rex Jenkins, Sandra Johnston, Doris LaFollette, Angela Lally, Richard Lloyd, Shelly Lloyd, Miehele Lochbaum, Susan Longerbeam. James Mangold, Michael Mancini, Paula Manzuk, Michelle Mattei, Patrieia Mc- Donald, Shayan Menn, John Myatt, Jayne Parks, Carol Price, Rodd Ramey, Tina Pawls, Bryan Ridgeway, Sheena Roberts, Miehelle Shewbridge, Ron Sigler, Rosa Sint, Michael Spunich, Audrey Strader, Katie Stocks, Eric Swartz, Donna Taylor, Jason Taylor, Kenneth Tyler, Deborah Uphold, Billy Viands, Elizabeth Viekers, Cathy Weller, Stewart Wharton, Williard Whitehair, Melissa Whitmore, Crystal Williams, Steven Wright. 8TH GRADE Tammy Adams, Duane An- ders,,Melba Berry, Craig Boyd, 186 Charles Town Jr. High Students Named Honor Roll Announcement was made last week by Mrs. Mary T. Doakes, principal at Charles Town Junior High School, that a total of 186 students in the school made an average grade of "B" or better for the fourth six weeks of the current school term and thus have been named to the school honor roll. A total of 11 of them made straight "A's" for the period. The 8th grade students led the honor list with 71 being named, three of them making all A's, while 59 7th graders made the list with six of them making straight A's. A total of 56 9th graders made the list with two of them making straight A's. The seventh graders making all A's were: Denise Frazier, Shawn Day, John Myatt, Bryan Ridgeway and Michelle Shewbridge. The 8th graders making perfect grades were: Craig Boyd, Michelle Wheeler and Robert Writ. The 9th graders who made all A's were: Pare Brege and Chip Wilson. The list of honor students by Harpers Ferry District Representatives for Democratic Executive Committee Margaret R. Harris and Frederick 0. Byrer APRIl. 28 -- 2T Pal. Ad by Candidate Keith Brown, Chris Bush Whitney Calkins, Sandra Crawford, Alidra Creamer Joseph Doling, Victor Dunn Paula Evans, Missy Fiorvanti Michelle Fortune, Grey Furr, Cinde Gibson, Jeff Hardy, Raymond Harrell, Paula Hester, Laurie Hoffmaster, Kenneth Hosby, David Jackson, Dawn Jackson, Brian Johnson, Tummy Jurek, Craig Kershner, Ricky Lancaster, Sterett Lee, Karen Magaha, Paul Mark. Brook Mayberry, Todd Mc- Canuel, Robyn McCormick, Jamie McDonough, May Mead, Scott Mickey, Robin Miller, Danny Mills, Cynthia Myers, John Neal, Buddy Nicodemus, Monica North, Sarah Pellerito, William Pindell, Beth Ann Propps, Carlyla Puckett, John Racliff. Ka, en Roberts, Anton Sawicki, Daphane Shade, Dana Sill, Jeff Silveous, Sandra Singleton, Jackie Smallwood, Tanya Smallwood, Julie Smith, Lisa Snyder, Susan Sparks, Larry Stewart, Annette Thompson, Anthony Togans, Dena Upham, Charles Wall, Parker Webb, Hope Welch, Martin Weller, Michelle Wheeler, Curtis Whitehair, Wendy Whitehair, Catherine Whiting, Charlene Williams, Robert Wilt. 9TH GRADE Marty Allen, Leea Arnold, Ernie Benner, Mark Brannon, Peggy Blake, Terry Breeden, Pare Brege, James Burke, John Burke, Millicent Carr, Tammy Clendening, Stephanie Cooley, Tommy Creamer, Ralph Dinges, Carolyn Fauble, Margaret Frazier, Tina French, Kery Fries, Judy Harner, Ernest Hester, Marilyn Hutzler, Susie Jamison, Teresa Jenkins, Denise Johnson, Brian Jones. John Kemp, Betty LaFollette, Melinda Leslie, Kathy Lloyd, Alma Mangiafico, Tony Manuel, Penny Mason, Ron Milton, Denise Newman, Doug Nicodemus, Tracey Owens, Raynard Patterson, Sandra Pipes, Joseph Poe, David Ramsburg, Anita Rhinaman, Tame Roberts, Jodie ServEs, Roxanne Sine, Dana Smallwood, Tina Smallwood, Jeff Smith, Judy Spitzer, Deanna Spunich, Tommy Stocks, Tummy Walton, Kelly Watson, Melissa Watson, Terry White, Chip Wilson, Jeff Wilt. Association Art Show Set Twenty members of the Shenandoah Valley Artists Association will be holding an exhibit and sale of their work in collaboration with "The Gallery" of Winchester at 50 East Picadilly Street, Sunday, April 30th through May 5th. The display will open Sunday, April 30th at 1:00 p.m. with paintings and art pieces to be viewed on the sidewalk in front of "The Gallery" as well as inside until 6 p.m. "The Gallery" is closed on Monday, but the show will continue Tuesday, May 2rid through Friday, May 5th, with the doors open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., each day. Billie Parkin, the proprietor of "The Gallery" will be on hand throughout the show to help with the selling of the artist's work. Billie, an artist herself, opened "The Gallery" in July of 1977 to promote the work of local artists and in order to have a studio in which she could paint. The Shenandoah Valley Ar- tists Association has been an active organization promoting interest in artists and their work ever since it was founded in 1963 by Mr. Robert Nick, an artist of Woodstock, Va. Active artists[Shenandoah Junction, and at-I College and from Warren, Shenandoah, [tended Louisiana Technical I University. Clark and Jefferson counties lln   [I comprise the club membership [ I  I which meets regularly each [ -- I m, ! m. t JI '1' I month for art related programs I I I I, Ir, V M I g and the planning f sbws and I nl JOE exhibits. Ray and Bess Malay of Shannondale are among the members who will be exhibiting in this show. II CAUDLE Airman Gillwald HIS in Germany _ ii I SERVICE HEICDELBERG, Germany Airman First Class Peter G... TO YOU Gillwald, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Erhard Gillwald, of Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry, has arrived for duty at Heidelberg, Gernmany. Airman Gillwald, a weather specialist with a unit of the Military Airlift Command, previously served at Barksdale AFB, La. l The airman is a 1975 graduate of Jefferson High School, CALL  FOR US YOUR CONCRETE MIX We Handle All Concrete Jobs Professionally CARPORTS PATIOS DRIVEWAYS SIDEWALKS BASEMENT FLOORS POURING - FINISHING FREE TURF CONCRETE Estimates PRODUCTS Division of Turf Enterprises Ph. 725-7612or 725-9233 - Charles Town, W.Va. Del. Joe Coudle Joe Caudle is running for Democratic Executive His record of service to you -Weekly legislative reports Legislative Session. -His resolution created the Toll-Free Line, so YOU can legislators without a heavy long ce bill. I I l I I I -His many bills passed and opt titude have made him res Eastern Panhandle as an outgoing legislator. Joe wants to make the State Executive Committeeman SERVICE to all Democrats in the Senatorial District. VOTE FOR PROVEN LEADERSHIP JOE C00.00UDLE FOR STA TE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE PAID BY CITIZENS FOI LARRY M. PITZEI LARRY K 4, G E NE RAL'ST D Ri: S :7tJ'2w/lhof?th SAVINGS Satisfaction Guaranteed c.,.,,, ,ow,. w. v,. 200 W. Washington TODDLERS' Tank Top First quality Assorted colors Sizes 2 - 7 $ L i p o,.cs' .,NOS,Z. anties SHEETS iit quality Flat and Fitted First quality and First and sU  )fi! slight irregulars irregulars Fancies and solids "'i  C Sizes 7-14 BOYS' Jeans First quality and slight irregulars Assorted styles and colors Sizes 8-16 $ MEN'S be Socks oFim quality 080% cotton, 20 nylon MEN'S Raincoats Sizes S: M, L $ aSizes 9-14 STUCK &ALGER Pharmacy, Inc. DIAL 725-2621 -- Charles Town HOURS: Daily 8:30 a.m. to I0 Sunday 12 to I: 00 p.m. We'll Be Happy SPRAYARAMA ALUMINUM FOLDING HARD$IDE ToServeYou! SPRAY PAINT CHAIR ICE CHEST o5-4-4 Web Make us your one-stop shop .(i, ijti; for all your pharmaceuticals, Assorted colors --. II . Sturdy construction 1 !  " ( , l ' l l :: ,32qt. beauty aids and to'letries. II oz. "/  i\\;_//rJ",/ $ c /