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16 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978 INDOOR POOL AT NEW CLIFFSIDE INN One of the main recreational features of the new $2.1-million Cliffside Motor Inn, located atop Alstadt's Hill near Harpers Ferry and Bolivar, is the indoor swimming pool and lounging area as shown in the above picture. A number of the rooms at the Motor Inn open onto the swimming pool area for the convenience of the Inn guests. Program Deadline Extended Jefferson County farmers wishing to participate in the feed grain and-or wheat programs will have an additional two weeks to sign up, Mike Sienkiewicz, executive director of the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS) announced. Mike said that Secretary of Agriculture Bob Bergland is extending the signup period for the programs from May l through May 15 because of program changes announced March 29. On that date Secretary Bergland authorized additional diversion of cropland under the feed gram programs and permitted wheat program participants to graze out their wheat or harvest hay on a percentage of their planted acreage. "The payment will be equal to the higher of the 1978 deficiency rate of fifty cents times the established yield and the acres for payment. Acres for payment are limited to the larger of the 50 acres or 40 percent of the total acreage of barley, corn. grain sorghum, and wheat intended for harvest in 1978, not to exceed the wheat acreage." The acres for payment cannot. be increased after signup, {rod will be reduced if the acreage designated for grazing and hay is less. Designated acreage must be protected from erosion. Other forage crops, except grain sorghum, may follow the wheat for grazing and hay, but not for grain or seed. Farmers should visit or call the local ASCS office at 209 E. Third Avenue, Ranson, or call 725-3471 for additional in- formation on the special wheat grazing and hay provision. OES Friendship Night Is Held Chapter No. 128, Order of Eastern Star, observed Friendship night on April 20 at the Masonic Temple with nearly 100 in attendance. Grand Representative Sister Thelma Campbell, of Spmont Chapter 64, of Strasburg, Va., and Deputy Instructor Sister Mary Adams, of Charles Town, were in attendance. Also on hand were four worthy matrons, two worthy patrons, 30 past patrons, four past patrons, officers and members of Berkeley Chapter 77, Berkeley Springs; Hedgesville Chapter 67; Golden Rule Chapter 69; Hancock Chapter 103; Shepherdstown Chapter 155; Olive Branch Chapter 34 of Keedysville, Md.; Areme Chapter 58; Sharpsburg; Hagerstown Chapter 89; Queen Easter Chapter 3, Hagerstown; Brunswick Chapter 97; Treadwell Chapter 167 of Berryville, Va.; Woodstock, Va., Chapter 93; McKinley Chapter 19, of Winchester; Olive Branch Chapter 86 of Lovettsville, Va. Officers presented a program for visiting officers and gave them gifts. Delicious refreshments were served and a social hour was enjoyed by all in attendance. SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss Lillian Myers Dial 725-5168 Sunday, May 7, a reception will be held at the academy of Elk Branch Presbyterian Church, 2:30 to 4 p.m. in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. Fred Smith. Friends of the Elk Branch and Halltown Churches are invited. Mrs. Robert McGarry and Mrs. Paul Holden returned last week from Jacksons Mill. where they attended the Enrichment Conference of the West Virginia Extension Homemakers. Miss Marion Weister is working in the lab in the Win- chester Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va. Mrs. Eva Starliper, Mrs. Marge McGarry and Mrs. Evelyn Brown went to Massanetta, Va., April 23, representing the women of Elk Branch Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Kemp, of [Frederick, Md., spent the SAMPLE BALLOT CALLING ALL HOMEMAKERS Brought To You By RAMEY'S HOW TO GET OUT OF DECORATING RUT Would you like a little tip on how to bring new life and new excitement to your home? Here's one RAMEY plan. Take one area of your home -- or perhaps just one area of a room -- and go all out to dramatically re-do that one little area. This plan can raise your spirits and give you a bright new corner of the world. But how do you go about it? After you've decided which corner or area you want to improve, add one truly magnificent piece of furniture there. Add a daring new color or color scheme. Or, perhaps try an exciting pattern you've always wanted but were afraid to use in a whole room. We can give you other ideas, and we invite you to come in By vastly im- proving one area in your home. you'll be taking that one bold gesture to start you on the road to the home you've always wanted. And such a move can help relieve that monotonous "sameness" that afflicts too many homes. By using this plan you can improve one area of your home -- and ac- tually make the whole hosue seem better, too. RAMEY'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Charles Town, W.Va. Copyright BOARD OF EDUCATION (NON-PARTISAN) (Vote for Two) PAMELA PARZIALE Kearneysville, West Virginia KENNETII II. SIMS Charles Town. West Virginia ELISE M. STILES Charles Town. West Virginia - JAMES L. "DIXIE" WILTSIIIRE Charles Town, West Virginia llOWARD N. CARPER, JR. Shepherdstown. West Virginia LARRY R. CREAMER Ranson, West Virginia - Q.D. FLEMING, SR. Charles Town. West Virginia D ROBERTD. OTT Charles Town, West Virginia STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, TO-WIT: I, Mary L. Rlggleman, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jef- ferson County, West Virginia, and as such Chairman Ex- Officio of the Board of Ballot Commissioners, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true py of the Official Ballot for all political divisions to be voted at the Primary Election to be held in Jefferson County, West Virginia, on the 9th day of May, 1978. Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of the Circuit Court and Ex-Offlcio Chairman Board of Ballot Commissioners. weekend with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Stum and children, of Severn, Md., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sager. Mrs. Athey, of Charles Town, spent Sunday with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Link. Jeffmon Farmm Received Financial Assistance For Feed Between October 1, 1977 and April 15, 1978, qualifying livestock producers in Jefferson County received financial assistance to help them buy feed under the Emergency Feed Program. Mike Sienkiewicz Executive Director of the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS), said the farmers received over $31,000 to help purchase more than 1.5 million pounds of feed. "Financial aid is authorized to farmers under the Emergency Feed Program when their livestock are threatened by conditions brought on by a natural disaster such as the extended drought conditions experienced last year," Sienkiewicz explained. Par- ticipants may be reimbursed up to 50 percent of the cost for feed purchased during the emergency period. "This however, may not exceed two cents per pound in terms of feed grain equivalent." Nationally, 83,410 applications were approved during the five- month period to help producers purchase about 8.9 billion pounds of feed (158.8 million bushels of corn equivalent). Administered by ASCS, the Emergency Feed Program helps preserve herds and prevent widespread selling or destroying of herds due to natural disasters. To be eligible for the feed, producers must have suffered a substantial loss in the amount of feed normally produced; have insufficient feed for the period of the disaster; and must purchase larger-than- normal quantities of feed. Meier Was Guest At Three Coffees James M. Moler, candidate for Delegate to the West Virginia Legislature, was honored at three coffees this past week. Mrs. Margaret Kilmer and Mrs. Marie West held an open house at Middleway; Mrs. Juanita Horn and Mrs. Virginia mason had a Saturday morning coffee at Glen Haven and Mrs. Emma Watson entertained in her home on the Leetown Road. Persons from the neighborhoods turned out to discuss their concerns with Dr. Moler. Shenandoah Garden Club Meets April 12 at Cain Home The Shenandoah Garden Club met on April 12 at the home of Mrs. Paul (Charlotte) Cain. Mrs. Marge Merchant president, Jefferson County OFFICIAL BALLOT OF Council of introduced as the Mrs. Christine of pecans, the house Flower Show ll. Mrs. very recent Garden held at the The convention  and a great examples of shrubs were Julian ribbons, Mrs. Mrs. Ann Ginny Allen I. Senate for pact THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY SAMPLE PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 9, 1978 BALLOT TO VOTE for A CANDIDATE Make An X In the SQUARE OPPOSITE TO and TO THE LEFT of HIS or HER NAME NATIONAL TICKET STATE TICKET COUNTY TICKET ;HEPHERDSTOWN Unttal Smms Sem (vFor Ore) D JENNINGS RANDOLPH Elkins, W. Vs. D MRS. H. JOHN (Silmm) ROGERS New Martinsvill, W. Va. Unlml Sta Home d Reprmmmtivcs smmd c eea. 0' For One)  HARLEY O. STAGGERS Keyser, W. Va. Senatorial Ticket House d Delegates County I For State Senator Thirty.Fifth DeKte District Male Sixllmmth Seutoctal  Note For Three) (Vote For One, N CLARENCE E. MARTIN, Ill =m= H. LOUIS =  Martinsburg, W. Va. ===]JOHN ANTHONY CONVERY Mardnsburg, W. Va. G ROBERT M. STEPTOE Martinsbur8, W. Va. For Member Slate Executive CommHtee Male Sktecmh SeMtorial Digrkt (Vote For Two) D OHN F. HOOVER Inwood, W. Va. O WILLIAM L. KELLER Moorefmld, W. Va. [ EDWARD MILLER Keyser, W. Va. N JOE CAUDLE Maninsburs, W. Va. N JOHN ANTHONY CONVERY Martinsburg, W. Va. G W. GOODE GESS Bunker Hill, W. Va. i For  State F.ecutive CommlUm Female  Setodsl lltrk't (Vote For Two) PATRICIA "Patty" G. D RICHARDSON Martinsburg, W. Va. O CAROLYN M. SNYDER Charles Town, W. Va. O HENRY W. MORROW Shepherdstown, W. Va. D JOE CAUDLE Martinsburg, W. Va. O JOHN DOYLE Shepherdstown, W. Va. D TERRY THOMAS HARDEN Berkeley Springs, W. Va. i i House of Delegates Thirty-Sixth Delegate District (Vote For One) BIANCA M. JAMES Charles Town, W. Va. G JAMES M. MOLER Charles Town, W. Va. | /AGNESB. THOMAS WHarpers Ferry, W. Va. Magistrate (Unexpired Term) (Vote For One) PETER H. DOUGHERTY Charles Town, W. Va. BARBARA J. PEARRELL Ransom W. Va. i County Commissioner Harpers Ferry District (vote For One) it==1 j. T. MENTZER, SR. I Harpers Ferry, W, Va. O STAFFORD HOWARD KOONCE Halltown, W. Va. D JOHN STROUD KUSNER Bolivar, W. Va. , D CHARLES WILLIAM WYNDHAM , Bolivar, W. Va. Kabk.town District Note For One) N OBERT O. CRONISE Harpers Ferry, W. Va. 'P==l ill RAYMOND LEE JENKINS t_J Summit Point, W. Va. G MICHAEL M. JOHNSON Harpers Ferry, W. Va. D AMES L. LOUTHAN Rippon, W. Va. N ALLEN R. MARSHALL =Im=d Charles Town, W. Va. NREVA N. MICKEY I===8 Char!es Town, W. Va. ' r PHILLIP EUGENE PERKINS Harpers Ferry, W. Va. O RON R. RISSLER Charles Town, W. Va. O CHARLES H. (Chis) STRIDER, JR. Charles Town, W. Va. El County Fem B E'VFY L. CHARLES ToWN County Male D W. G. (Tommy) cARS0bl Ransom W. Va. i JOSEPH P. cHRI Charles Town County Executive C Female D IANCA M.JA Charles Town, HARPERS FERRY County M (Vote FREDERICK ( M, 'IN D. ,,Skeeta County (Vote 1 D MARGARET ] Harpers Fe C. pOPE KABLETOWN I MIU 3URTIS E. CHARLES D. Chades ToWn, AI D. G County JANE L. , BARBARA B. STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, TO-WIT,: !, Mary L. Riggleman, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, and as such Chairman Ex-Officio of the Board of Ballot Commissioners, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the Official Ballot for all political divisions to be voted at the Primary Election to be held in Jefferson COunty, West Virginia, on the 9th day of May, 1978. Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of the Circuit Court and Ex-Officin Chairman Board of Ballot Commissioners. !  i 41