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May 6, 1982

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S. Mark Hamrick From Marine School S. Mark Hamrick,Education Association's United States Marine Political Action Comn'dttee, was graduated from members present voted to Corps Corn. endorse Sondra Lucht for and Electronic State Senate. The en- at 2S PaLms, California dorsenaent includes a public 1, and upon his he re-enJisted in announcement, financial support and active in- Corps for another volvement in the candidate's campaign. above picture Sgt. is shown on the left congratulated on his and re- by Major F.Y. USMC. Hamrick graduated in his class. the son of Paul and Hamrick of Jefferson and the son in law of as John and Janet Marie of Route 1, Charles having married their Amy Elleen in June Amy Eileen graduated Jefferson HamrickHigh in 1980 graduated and Mrs. Hamrick are their first child in baby is born Sgt. and baby .~ Base California. PAC Endorses Candidacy April 21st me.ling of Jefferson County The JCEA-PAC arrived at its endorsement after examining the candidates' platform via questionnaire and interview series. Sondra Lucht's positive education platform and top priority for education cap- tared the endorsement for her. 12 Eighth Grade Students From Area Will Be Honored A total of 12 eighth grade students from Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan Ctxmties will be among the 221 students representing every county in the state who be honored at the Annual Golden Horseshoe Day program to be staged in Charleston, W. Va. by the West Virginia Department of Education on May 21. At least two students each of the state's 55 counties and one from the School for the Deaf and Blind in Romney will be honored by being dubbed Knights and Ladies of the Golden Horseshoe at an all- day ceremony. The students from this area to participate are: Berkeley County--ILsa K. Gregory and Lora P. Tabler of Hedgesville Middle School; Suzanne S. Cole, Brian K. Hoffmaster and David L. Miller of the Martinsburg North Middle School Jefferson County--Aray C. Can" pbell, Steplmnie J. and Joi K. Scott of Charles Town Junior Hi gh School; and Scott S. ~ps of Harpers Ferry Junior High School. Morgan County--Tim A. Allemong and Michael R. Donadieu of Berkeley Springs and Kathy J. Shambaugh of Paw Paw. The students have scored the highest on a test about West Virginia prepared by the State Department of Education. The two highest scorers in each county were chosen, while the remaining II0 students were the other highest scorers in the state, WHEN YOU NEED the free facts about giving your family the most amount of protection for the least amount of money TALK TO ME ROBERT D. 011' 420 Forest Avenue Chodes Town, W.Vo. PHONE: 725-1587 Call today with your questions: BANKERS LIFE AND CASUALTY COMPANY Chicago, Illinois We think a lot o~ you. The proof is in our products. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THUI DAY, MAY 6, 1982 prorated by county according to the county's ratio to the number of eighth grade students in the state. In addition, a number of persons who have made outstanding contributions to the Golden Horseshoe Day and the West Vriginia studies program will be honored. The students will assemble in the Capitol at 8 a.m. for registration and refresh- ments, followed by a guided tour of the Capitol. At 9:40 a.m they will meet in the House of Delegates Chamber to be greeted by State Superintendent of Schools Roy Truby. They will hear addresses by Governor John D. Rockefeller, IV; Clyde See, Speaker of the House of Delegates; and Warren McGraw, President of the Senate. The students will be guests o~ the department at a luncheon in the Capitol Cafeteria. Following lunch they will tour the Culture Center. At 1:30 p.m State Superin- tendent Truby will introduce them to members of the Board d Public Works, who will speak to the students. The knighting ceremony will begin at 2:30 p.m. in the House of Delegates Chamber. A fanfare will announce the arrival of the students, who, when their names are cared, will kneel and be knighted Ladies and Knights of the Golden Horseshoe. The public is invited to this part of the ceremony, and many of those, in the audience each year once were candidates for the knighting ceremony. A tour of the Governor's Mansion will conclude the day's activities for the students. WVF BCEA PAC's Endorse Candidacy Of Area Candidates The West Virginia Education Association- Political Action Committee, and the Berkeley County Education Association- Political Action ~mrnittee have endorsed the following candidates for the June 1st primary election: 16th State Senate District Sondra I~cht; 37th House of Delegate District - Patrick Murphy Democrat and William Moore, Republican; 38th House of Delegate District - Beatrice Nail; and 39th House of Delegate District John Doyle. Following the filing deadline, candidates were requested to respond to questionnaires prepared by the BCEA-PAC. Interviews were held with interested candidates, and a recom- mendation was made by the local PAC for endorsement. All Berkeley Count)' educators received a copy of those recommendations and an endorsement ballot. Formal endorsements require a 60 per cent approval of educators returning the ballot. All candidates recommended for endorsement received ap- proval by local educators. Concerns of educators, asked on the questiormaire, were candidates' views on collective bargaining for public employees, public employee salary increases, adequate funding of the State Teacher Retirement System, 3 30 year retiremenL proposals on the state tax system and funding mechanism for education and other ideas concerning education. In Sincere Appreciation for the Support And Trust You Have Given Us Over the Past 30 Years FEAGANS JEWELERS Is offering you the greatest bargains In Jewelry. Everything in the store is being reduced from We Have lots of Bulova, Caravelle, Wyler, Seiko, Pulsan g Timex Watches At Off We also have the larg- est selection of Keepsake Diamond Rings g Wedding Bands in the Entire Area for you to make your selection from. We do all our Own Watch & Jewelry Repair work in Our Own Store. We also do Diamond Settings & Cas- tings right in our store. STORE HOURS: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Monday thru Saturday Except Fridays 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. FEAGANS JEWELERS W. Washington Street (Main Street) Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE: 304-725-7411 .ICENSE # 257 4/29/82 A Mother's Day Specials Offer Good This Friday, May 7th Saturday, May Sunday, May 9th 12 Pieces of Chicken 1 Large Macaroni Salad * I Large Cole Slaw - i 2 Large Mashed Potatoes 1 Large Crackling Gravy 6 Rolls ONLY it's nice to feel so good abo~ a meal. CHARLES TOWN E. Washington Street Phone 725.8488 MARTINSBURG Warm Springs Ave. Phone 263-8824