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i!7!: Climbers 4-H Club Use Sun This Week ) of the Middleway Climbers 4-H Club are Shelley Magaha, Penny Mason Wilson, giving a "peek" at posters ' in the Jefferson County area which is being observed this Week is well County, Middleway  .remaining, the m the Charles store out their a Sun Ray," Pay for a still time  displays at the Town, Stuck and the window or wind :ha: awareness Middleway- everyone to know nationally been to promote need to and en- SOund energy the late Senator said, "The simply that aware that raakes sense Sun Week is y on p." The whole idea is to increase con- sumer awareness. Many people feel that the use of solar energy is still a dream only to be realized in the far future, when actually the needed technology has been in existence for more than a decade. Activities promoting Sun Week are taking shape all over the nation. In the Charles Town- Middleway area, members of the Middleway 4-H Climbers Club have been busy preparing for Sun Week. Members of this energetic group urge you to become aware of alternate energy sources. Solar energy is virtually non-polluting, inexhaustible, available everywhere, terrorist-resistant, and free. Think solar! Ascension Service Tonight At 7:30 There will be a service with Holy Communion tonight at 7:30 at Saint Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church in Ranson. Inequities found in way Social Security treats women. Pastor's Aid Club Selling Dinners Saturday, May 6th The Pastor's Aid Club of the Zion Baptist Church will he selling home fried chicken and baked ham dinners at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Jones, Higgs Avenue, Saturday, May 6th beginning at 11 a.m. Dinners are only $2.50 and include baked macaroni, potato salad, green beans, corn pud- ding and roll. Dinners may be ordered by calling Mrs. Jones at 725-5535. Dinners delivered upon request. MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring Dial 725-2500 The Middleway United Methodist Women of the Mid- dleway U.M. Church met on Wednesday night, April 26, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Carlton Swartz at Bunker Hill, with Mrs. Naomi Barrow, co- hostess. Their were eighteen members present and three guests. The guests were Mrs. Alma Barnes, Mrs. Eugenia Scheuch and Mrs. Barbara Landwehr. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Sandra Gruber. She opened with silent prayer for our pastor, Rev. Charles Frum, who was going into surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on the morning of April 27. Mrs. Mary White gave the closing prayer. The lesson for the evening was led by Mrs. Naomi Barrow. Her topic was "Samaritans and Gentile Missions," from the Chapter 4 of John. Her lesson was given in four parts, "The Gift of Living Water," "The Meaning of True Worship," "Many Samaritans Believed," "The Second Sign." The scriptures were read by Mrs. Virginia Pierce, Mrs. Mary White, Mrs. Sandra Gruber and Mrs. Betty Nicodemus, with discussion after each reading. Mrs. Sandra Gruber, the president, conducted the business meeting. The secretary's report and roll call was given by the secretary, followed by the treasurer's R PAINT SALE Save 4.40 Sapolin's Best Quality LATEX HOUSE PAINT White, Colors & Primers GAL. Suggested Retail $13.39 LATEX WOODLIFE SHUTTER PAINT OIL EXTERIOR STAIN White Only White & Colors Save [Save ,i)[" I, ,,;,,,.[ 4.00 12.70 Suggested Retail $11.69 TREDON LATEX FLOOR ENAMEL FLOOR PAINT Exterior/Interior Exterior/Interior Grays Only White & Colors 1] .JLIY"I!IIt[ sov. I lso-I 2.50 J 1 3.50 ] Suggested Retail q2.49 300 North Mildred Street 725 - 2004 - Charles Town : report. The report was given on the hynn sing to be held at the .Reeders Memorial Methodist Home in Boonsboro," Md. The women are sponsoring the hymn sing to be held on Sunday, June 4, at 3 p.m. After the hymn sing light refreshments will be served to the guests at the Reeders Home. All members and their families are urged to attend and visit with the guests at the home. With no further business, the ladies formed their friendship circle for the Mizpah. The ladies were invited into the dining room where refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Swartz and the co-hostess, Mrs. Barrow, followed by a social hour. The next meeting will be May 31, at the home of Mrs. Virginia Dunlap. Matthew Jones returned home on Thursday after being an in- out patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. On Sunday, May 7, at 2 p.m., the Full Gospel Pentecostal Church at Middleway, will ob- serve their 33rd anniversary. There will be special music. Rev. Clark Elliott is the pastor and everyone is welcome. Recent Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. Bertie Watson were Mrs. Bessie Morrow of Inwood; Mrs. Alma Barnes of Baker Heights and Mrs. Eugenia Scheuch of Hagerstown, Md. Rev. Nancy Webb was the guest speaker at the Middleway- Leetown and Summit Point U.M. Churches on Sunday. Rev. Charles 'Frum is doing satisfactory and his address is Johns Hopkins Hospital, Osier Wing, Room 822, Baltimore, Md. 21227. Miss Elsie May Dunlap had the misfortune of fracturing her ankle and required to be placed in a cast. She was treated in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. There will be a Fellowship meeting at the Full Gospel Pentecostal Church in Mid- dleway on Saturday, May 6, at 7 p.m. Rev. Clark Elliott is the pastor and everyone is welcome. Mrs. Paul "Wanda" Ring beginning June 12 through Thursday, June 22. All children and youth are welcome. Mrs. Kenneth Ring was given a warm welcome home on April 25 by her family, Mr. Kenneth Ring, Kenny, Mike and Cindy, along with her mother, Mrs. Catherine Darlington from Martinsburg. They returned home after spending the past three weeks with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Spalding in Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. William Brown from Mar- tinsburg, made the trip with them and visited with his son in Riverside, California. On their trip they visited many places of interest. In Arizona they visited in Tombstone, the World's Famous Boothill Grave Yard, Allen Street, the scene of the many gunfights during the early 1800's; world's largest Rose bush. In Douglas, the Lavender Pit Copper Mine and the old prison in Yuma. Then they went into Aqua Pristis, Mexico, and on their way back to Arizona, they visited the Big Balanud Rock in the Wonderland of Rocks at Chiricahaua National Monument in Southeast, Ariz. They also spent several days in California. There they visited in Los Angeles, Farmers Market, Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood movie and T.V. studios, Beverly Hills, Disneyland and into San Diego on the Harbor Excursion and the famous Balboa Park and into LaJolla, Calif. Mr. Brown returned to Phoenix from Riverside and all enjoyed visiting many points of interest in and around Phoenix, along with the visit with Mr. and Mrs. Spalding. Mr. and Mrs. Mffton Nicodemus and family and Mrs. Bertha Nicodemus were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Welsh and Randy in Shepherdstown. The South Jefferson Elementary PTA members served the Masonic Lodge on Saturday. A large number from {he village attended. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson visited on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johnson at Pikeside. the JCTA had contributed. Robert Hilton, HBPA, discussed the Horse Racing Industry in our area, pointing out the, number of owner- breeder-trainers who live and own property in Jefferson County and the dollar impact they make on our economy as well as the taxes our state receives with no investment other than the money spent for the three-man Racing Com- mission. The JCTA voted to (I) publish ads relative to the voting machine issue to be decided in the May 9 Primary; (2) to ap- pear at the PSC hearings in Martinsburg May 11 opposing rate hikes Potomac Edison Company has applied for; and (3) to publish ads informing the public and urging participation in the rate hearings. LIVESTOCK SALES ---- . .... _ _ _ The quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, May 1, 1978. Receipts of all classes light, with a good demand for all classes. Good butcher steers, $47 to $50; plain to medium steers, $43 to $46.50; good butcher heifers, $43 to $46.50; plain to medium heifers, $35 to $42.50; good bulls, $45 to $51.85; plain to medium bulls, $39 to $45; commercial cows, $38.25 to $41; utility cows, $36 to $38; canners and cutters, $30 to $35.75; cows by the head, up to $325; stocker and feeder steers, $45 to $56; stock and feeder heifers, $40 to $50. Choice to prime calves, $72 to $82; good butcher calves, $62 to $71.50; medium butcher calves, $52 to $61.50; thin calves, $35 to $50; heavy calves, $38 to $,50; good to choice lambs, $68 to $70.50. Good butcher hogs, $47 to $47.30; medium butcher hogs, $46.40 to $46.90; heavy butcher hogs, $43 to $45.50; butcher sows, $35 to $40; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, $37 to $44; shoats per hundred, up to $50; pigs per head, up to $40; boars, up to $32.50. Improvement Work On Highways He/e CHARLESTON --. Renovation and improvement work on secondary roads in Jefferson County have been added to the West Virginia Department of Highways' May 16 bid opening, Governor Rockefeller an- nounced recently. The work is part of the largest contract letting in the Depart- ment's history, Rockefeller noted, totalling more than 665 miles of resurfacing and other improvements throughout the state. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 4,1978 Social Security Amendments Contain Beneficiary Change The 1977 Social Security amendments included a change in law which affects all beneficiaries, but may affect" "students" most of all, ac- cording to Gary Wolfsheimer, Branch Manager, Martinsburg Social SEcurity Office. In the past, Social Security recipients were allowed to receive benefits due during a year if they either did not earn over $3,000; or if they earned over $3,000 beneficiaires could receive benefits for those months in which the parson did not earn over $250. As of 1978, the second part of this rule, known as the "monthly retirement test" no longer applies (except in the first year of entitlement). Thus, those people who receive Social Security checks monthly In announcing the work, Rockefeller commended Delegate Bianca James and State Senator William Oates, Jr., for their aggressive support of the administration's ac- celerated highway program. Bids will be opened for resurfacing 2.12 miles of Old Furnace Road on County 28 and 2.05 miles of Country Club Road on County 24. 9 will only be entitled to a full year's benefit if they earn less than $3240 in a_ year. Students are particularly affected because they may earn wages while going to school and then work full-time upon graduation. The "monthly retirement test" allowed Social Security to pay benefits for those months during which the student earned less than $250. This usually meant the student received payment until he graduated and started working full-time. However, because the "monthly test" no longer is applicable, a student may noi be entitled to benefits for the months he attended school if the total yearly wages are much higher than $3240. All "student" beneficiaries should report to Social Security immediately if it is expected that they will earn over $3240 between January and Decem- ber. This early report will assure that the beneficiary's rights are protected as well as preventing a possible overpayment in Social Security payments. The Social Security Office is located at 615 W. King St., Martinsburg. The telephone number is 263-6911. TEX'S MERCHANDISE MART ROUTE 7- ONE MILE WEST BERRYVILLE, Va. Quitting Busin returned home on Saturday after SALE ENDS IN 3 DAYS will hold their Bible School 1 SATURDAY FRIDAY HOURS OF SALE THURSDAY 9..6. 9A.to6. GRUEN 17-JEWEL LADLES WATCH LIST s107"50 $29so BULOVA ACCUTRON WRIST WATCH s42s o DIAMOND EARRINGS POLARIZED ,3to ,6 SUNGLASSES AM to 9 PM s89.95 wEoo,*NO s33 SET 14K.GOLD PIERCED 14K-GOLD 00EO.,..oo $25 LADLES STICKPIN s2" AND MATCHING EARRINGS GIFT BOXED PIERCED EARRINGS MERCURY SPIN CAST FISHING REfL $1  List $8.95 SHELL NO.PEST STRIPS 8 $59.50 WESTCLOX ,,-JEWEL LADiEI$1 14K Gold or Sterling 96' WRIST WATCH List ,4.95 6 Pc. Stainless Steel FARRAH FAWCETT KNIFE SET THROW RUG,o.-Sk,d REG'"'9' $119 REG'S$'g' 75' ,8 Tr. Portable player ELEC. & BATT. REG" s39"95 s18 LOTION LADLES STRETCH WATCH BANDS 48 Reg. $2.00 WITH LEATHER POUCH REG. '10.00 S2 8 TR. RECORDING TAPES TWO FOR MAX FACTOR 8-TRACK TAPE CASE Holds 10 Tapes List,9.95 S288 SHAMPOO 68 List ,2.95 16-oz. GENERAL ELtCTRIC LADY SCHlal WALKIt.TALKIt AM/FM RADIO s6- ELECTRIC SHAVER: PAIR $5 LiST $19.95 List $18.50 List ,19.95 Mrs. James Cain and Mrs. Harlan James spent Monday shopping at the mall in Famous "PRO" Combs RONSON BUTANE s-BAND RADIO Hagerstown,.A... Md. NON-BREAKABLE 39' - 49- lie.HTER Electric and Battery 'Jla ..:Meeting Held MEN'S-LADIES 'tct. }.v6"'v" .... tE ql lut tlt $49.95 1'4o. 1224 n .1 av el i= At Ruritan Club 4 FOR 0 I/ " 'e| 3 The Jefferson County Tax- CASH- payers Association met Friday night, April 28, at the Ruritan Pay by: COND Club in Shenandoah Junction. Members are reminded that MASTERC ARGE CAPITAL sALES DAUCTION the new year has started and H AN ____ dues may be mailed to the JCTA at Box 292, Charles Town. PLEASE NO CHECKS P.O. BOX 752i* Jean Anne Pugh, a Special ALL SALES FINAL ROANOKE,VA. 24019 Education teacher, presented a i most interesting program on the Special Olympics which had been held that day and to which