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June 8, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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June 8, 1978

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Armory Is Dedicated by Governor for the dedicatory ceremonies for the new Colonel Morgan Guard Armory in Martinsburg Sunday, are shown above. to right are Governor Jay Rockefeller, the dedicatory speaker; Robert L. Childers, adjutant general of West Virginia; Miss a direct descendant of Colonel Morgan Morgan; and Capt. commander of the 157th Military Police Company, which the new armory facility. The new armory was purchased by the of which Gov. Rockefeller is a member, at a total cost of general contractor on the new facility was the Rickett's Con- y, of Winchester, Va. tIJRG _ Im- ltional Guard model the country is a ,'he at dedication The Governor, who serves as Commander-in-Chief of the National Guard, singled out the 157th Military Police Company, with offices in Martinsburg and Richwood, for special praise. "When the devastating flood tending the unveiling was Miss Ann Morgan, a direct descen- dant of Col. Morgan. In an earlier ceremony at the Martinsburg Airport, Rockefeller said the 167th Tactical Airlift Group had been the Col. Morgan Guard Ar- Executive said: in recent many examples to follow. I in- Is the case with I. My goal is facilities SO we that is a hit 10 of our southern counties in April of last year, the members of this unit acted quickly and professionally. They moved to Williamson, and spent several days, miles from their families and homes, helping their fellow West Virginians." During ceremonies a plaque was unveiled in honor of Col. Morgan Morgan, generally recognized as the first white settler in West Virginia. At- especially responsive in times of emergencies in West Virginia. He said their professionalism was recognized in the group's most recent "Operation Readiness" inspection report. "As a nation today, we think not of war, but of peace. Our military position is strong, because in the final analysis our preparation against danger is our hope of safety," he said. County 4-Hers To Jackson's Mill Meeting Over the be the theme 4- than 300 other 1978 Older 4-H 25-30 State 4-H said that he expects six Jef- ferson County 4-H'ers to attend the conference. Two delegates from Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio, respectively, will join the West Virginia youths. Several prominent persons are Extension scheduled to speak during the on County week. On Sunday, June 25, Dr. ,n Office_______ Hope Daugherty, prog...., ram Southern Statesm ,ETE PUMP SERVICE ENDS JUNE 30th. NCY SERVICE AVAILABLE " 1/2 HP 3MERSIBLE PUMP tie s 198 "= REG. SUG. $2 70 ,lume from shallow and mid-depth all-bearing motor. C02S. CONTROLLED AIR XER TANK le =78 '0 REG. SUG. $10 7 with air. Eliminates waterlog- 1/2 HP ISlBLE PUMP e $234 s REG. SUG. $318 Wells. Ball-bearing motor. Stain- Shaft. 1/3 HP DRAINER *625o leader, 4-H Older Youth, Ex- tension Service, U.S. Depart- ment of Agriculture, will serve as keynote speaker. Monday's speaker will be Wylene Dial, Extension specialist, Aging, West Virginia University, Moves 3600 gallons-per-hour 1500 gallons with 20 ft. STATES Town Co-Op - N. Mildred helping the campers find a "Pot of Gold" in their heritage. A special event is planned for Tuesday when Dr. Gene Budig, president of West Virginia University, will be making his "Brain Power." On Wednesday, a long-time 4- H'er will be returning to ]ackson'sMill to speak. This will be Dr. William Benfield, Jr., from the First Presbyterian Church of Charleston. Dr. Benfield will be discussing the issue of courage. Polly Hanst, family counselor from Oakland, Md., and a for- mer 4-H member, agent, and longtime participant in Older 4- H Youth, will explore the "Heart H" on Thursday. Each day workshops will be conducted in music, dance, drama, recreation, arts and crafts, discussion, and senior lifesaving. Daily themes will reflect the characters from the film, "The Wizard of Oz". Volunteer leaders will be coming from as far away as Nebraska, Maryland and Delaware. As former West Virginia 4-H members, they come to assist with the camp, along with a large contingent of present West Virginia volunteer leaders, 4-H agents and camping assistants. Ralph Hayes, prosecuting attorney in Greenbrier County, I will serve as Camp Director. I High Council will be held on i Wednesday and 4-H All Star I Conservation will take place on i Thursday. County Magistrate Court Handled 363 Cases During May The Jefferson County Magistrate Court handled a total of 363 cases during the month of May. The figure breakdown included 91 misdemeanor, 14 felony, 70 civil, 159 traffic and 29 worthless checks. A total of $6,908.77 was collected and redisbursed in the following manner: $2,423.00 to the state auditor, as excess costs; $4,232.57 to the County Commission as fines, costs and jail feels; $252.20 to the County Commission as unrestricted costs in worthless check cases. The state auditor received $2,423.00 due to the fact that Jefferson County reached its expense figure of $10,000.00 per magistrate in early May. Counties are allowed (this year) to charge $10,000.00 per year per magistrate for expenses of office rent, heat, light and telephos. Jefferson County was one of the first in the state to reach its SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 15 THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1978 r i _tllo 00HCM00IPII)O00H FCDC00L(;00ILIIPIG00 LO4No00HE00& ===I And Now, __J The =7  Six-Month Certificate! %i3 L. mmm r-- The Short-Term Investment With A High Return. Shenandoah Federal Savings & Loan now offers the 6-Month Money Market Certificate. OF erl-ificd 617 Winchester Ave., Madlnsburg HI,dale Shopping Center, Chade$ Town 305 N. Washington St., Berkeley Springs SAVINGS AND LOAN Shenandoah " Federal % 8-year maturities i=-= EFFECTIVE ANNUAL YIELD 8.33% t'% A $1OOO Minimum initial deDosil required on  ,, cotes. An inteest peno imposed  by low on eorty withdrawals. PRIVATE SALES AT BOTH LOCATIONS DAILY June 8-It * R.D. I, Woodsboro, Md. 21798 301-898-7720 Mel Kolb Sale Manager Home Farm: 621 Willow Rd., Lancaster, Pa. 17601 717-393-7459 Maryland Farm: Terms: Cash on day of Sale Not responsible for accidents Robert Mullendore-Auc tioneer Marvin A. Eshleman-Pedigrees Mehrle N. Wachter-Clerk MAR CLEM BOOTMAKER CLEM from a VG 86 dam, as a 6 yr. old 305 19770 697f, 2 other records over 19,000, 2nd Dam GP 81 7.08 305d 20,250 723f'; 3rd Dam VG by IRVINGTON PRIDE ADMIRAL over 20,000; 4th Dam GP by IVANHOE over 800f, her record as a 2 yr. 3 too. 366d 18413 3.8 696f, from one of the most milking cow family in this herd. The other one 80 GP from a Dam as a 4 yr. old 305d 15308 617f, fresh 5-16-78. A good big 2 yr. old WHITTIER-FARMS APOLLO ROCKET daughter PDM +1911 99 percent R 1-78 PQ PD percent - .22 PDF +34 from IVANHOE STAR dam as 6.5 me. 305d 23351 3.9926f, bred 9-19-77 to ALLENDAIRY KAPER. This is a nice big heifer. A good big 2 yr. old LIFE-O-RILEY MARQUIS KING daughter from an 84 GP dam, as 5.9 too. 344d 19,834 708f, bred 8-22-77 to BROWNDALE SIR CHRISTOPHER. A GP 82 5 yr. old PACLAMAR BOOTMAKER, bred 10-22-77 to ARLINDA COMMANDER, as 4.01 me. 289d 15,595 4.0 625f. Two (2) extreme top loads of hand picked cows from Wisconsin, Purebreds and Grades with official records. Mel said he thinks it is the best group of cows he ever bought. Several Purebred Heifer calves will be sold. These cattle are from 2 to 5 years of age the best of quality, all fresh or close. Many top sires not mentioned individually. They will be producing up to 100 lbs. of milk daily. Cattle will be tested within 30 days for TB and Bangs for Interstate shipment. EFFECllVE ANNUAl. YIELD 6.98% 7 I/2% ,o 7, o  7 3/4% 2 EFfeCtIVE ANNUAL YIB.D 8,06% in our Regular Passbook account. The annual effective yield totals an impressive 5.39%. There is no C) minimum deposit and no notice ,./3 to wfihdraw required. '3 figure. first appearance before a 4-H youth camp at Jackson's Mill. Wayne L. Hayes says he'll 8 " I! s a shod term sawngs cerhflc.ote with iiii PUBLIC SALE OF iiii  a fixed interest rate set at I14% higher than "K iiii FINE DAIRY COWS " the average yield for 6-Month Treasury Bills. iii   (Rate based on the.most recent weekly auction). A minimum investment of $IO,OOO is  MELVIN KOLB, INC. .required. A substantial interest penalty is ( MONWILY HOLSTEIN CITLE AUCTION  ,mposed by law for early withdrawals. Ask THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1978 "I" ,o,.,,. O about this unique investmen! idea today, tyar,narm,ocato.o,,,m,ot,to, 7" at Shenandoah Federal Savings & Loan. At tention DaiRyEmG:TEeRrEDoA:wDiI? Rs AeeDsEoSe of the finest  CERfflF.AS OF  ( Purebreds and Grade Dairy Cows and Heifers that we ever ===  ,., /,v 592% had for a Sale. We spent a lotof time and money to put them _.FE, CIWE, .  ..... REGULAR PASSBOOK together. They are tops from the best herds in New York  6 I/2% 12 to 29 monih maluritios SAVINGS State, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. SPECIAL MENTION: Two (2) 3 yr. old ROUND OAK AG  EFFEC1WE ANNUAL YIELD 6.72% = APPLE ELEVATION daughters, one GP 81, bred 9-28-'77 to 6 3/4% 30 to 7 monm  Earn 5 1/4% Interest per annum