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June 15, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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June 15, 1978

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,camores Should Cease To Suffer fungus disease, numerous trees in Jefferson harmful to the e cause for anthracnose, ently plagues hout West Virginia ania, may cause and total July or August, Robert Mac- forester with of Natural of Forestry, MacWhorter said progress far branches to damage growth. too awfully upset, fungus normally sycamore. is the chance might weaken it agents may a.'! He added that gain new foliage TO E 17 ceremony for Chapter 1028, Moose, will be 17, at 7 p.m., at Moose Home. new officers will Russell, Regent; Pearl Myra Regent; Lillian and Helen and Jean College of at Mooseheart Also Marie Barnard at- Con- Women of the  Barnard received Degree. will be served Ceremony. Has Meeting Association of (AARP) its regular Methodist 7, with regular business lost interesting was presented MacWhorter said his office recognized the problem, but it is so widespread that a spraying program is not economically feasible. He suggested that individuals could halt the disease by fertilizing or by spraying the sycamores with a commercial fungicide According to the state Department of Agriculture the disease "is commonly mistaken for frost damage. Initial leaf browning and dieback symp- toms appear on yong leaves as they unfold from the bud. Madorie Arch Will Hold Sewing Seminar "The severity of the disease is governed by weather conditions during the two-week period following leaf and shoot emergence. Cool, moist weather during this period is conducive to disease development." at Hagerstown Junior College in MacWhorter noted that fallen the auditorium located in the leaves should be raked and classroom building. disposed of in the fall. However, he cautioned that leaf brning is illegal between 5 a.m. and 5 !p.m., from October to Decem- ber. MARJORIE ARCH Marjorie Arch, outstanding leader and the most respected , author and lecturer in the field of fashion, home sewing, will .conduct a two-day seminar, , Monday and Tuesday, June 26 and 27, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Urmgard Waggy gave several selections of classic music on the piano, of which she is very proficient. All the above are well known talent from the local area, which made the meeting a most in- teresting one for all those at- tending. The next meeting will be held at Morgans Grove Park, when sewer. the annual picnic will be held 'Arrangements for the seminar July 5, starting at 10 a.m.. have been coordinated by Mrs. Selling my home, i will sell the following personal proper- ty, antique and modern, on the parking lot of the Bank of tlarpers Ferry, in llarpeps Ferry, W.Va. on: SATURDAY- JUNE 24, 1978 Beginning at 10:00 A.M. Victorian secretary: marble top walnut wash stand; 3 pc. Victorian bedroom suite, dresser and chest of drawers with marble top; marble top cupboard: walnut corner cupboard: Victorian side chairs; marble top sideboard; Seth Thomas mantel clock: New Haven mantel clock with days of month: day bed: davenport; Victorian hanging lamp with milk glass shade; floor lamps: piano stool; hall tree; coffee table; Morris chair; pr. metal beds; glass front wardrobe; dresser; Rococco mirror: 2 Godeys prints and frames: walnut needtep0iat dressing stooi; set of wicker porch furniture; glider; porch rockers; trivets; fire screen; iron tea kettle: 5 pc. silver plated tea service; record player: RCA, TV; old pictures of ttarpers Ferry; castor set, complete; figurines: old butter *dish with spreader; scenic blue plates; Can- delabras: hurricane lamps; very old portable Singer sewing machine; kitchen cabinet; Easy washer; dinette set; Servel refrigerator; metal cabinets; books; picnid table; old accor- dian; sweeper:, radio: crocks: jardiniere; jars: pots, pans: dishes; kitchen utensils: other items too numerous to men- tion. Terms: Cash Mrs. Dorothy W. Prather Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Cla "k Furr Her topic will be "Light and Airy is the Way to go and the Way to Sew." Fashion has taken a light, airy, soft and un- constricted direction. Marjorie will present the new sewing techniques required for today's newest fabrics and fashion garments such as blazers, vests, skirts, blouses, etc. She will include new and updated fitting techniques. Tlere will be some exciting simple projects that will be of interest to teachers, ex- tension leaders, as well as every Barbara Reynolds, sewing in- structor for Hagerstewn Junior College's Community Services. It is open to the public. The registration fee is $20. Please register by June" 19, in order that proper provision may be made for hospitality. Send your registration and fee to Mrs. Barbara Reynolds, 730 Orchard Road, Hagerstown, Md. 21740. For further information call 733- 5246. One and one-half hours is allotted for lunch. You may bring a bag lunch and eat on campus, or gotoone of the many restaurants close by. Dolly Madison 441 ' Conserves Energy to escape. A mixture of wool and cotton is best for bodily comfort. Woolen threads have tiny projecting scales which hold the threads together; gives them firmness, a rough texture and good wearing qualities. Large amounts of air are held between I these fibers which makes the wool a good insulator. These things can help on your heating. The comfort of wool is due to the fact that it gives warmth without weight and absorbs body moisture without feeling we-to the skin, cotton cloth is always: more closely woven than wool l because the cotton threads are much smaller and do not have scales like woolen threads. Little air is thus held in the cloth and heat passes through it readily. For this reason cotton is a poor winter covering but an excellent summer one. Day Camp Will Be Operated For Grade School Children for special activities. The program will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at Lee:own County Park, and on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Summit Point County Park. Transportation will not be provided. Registration for those children attending the program at Leetown will be June 19th at 10 a.m. at the Leetown Park; registration for children at- tending the Summit .Point program will be June 20th at 10 a.m. at the Summit Point park. Please bring any pertinent health information at this time, allergies, emergency phone numbers, etc. The program is sponsored by the Jefferson County Depart- ment of Parks and Recreation and is operated by Shepherd College recreation students. Deer Losses In Eastern Panl00ndle Total known deer losses in eight eastern panhandle counties durfng the first four months of 1978 amount to 647. according to James M. Ruckel. wildlife resources assistant chief. These losses included: 191. winter-starved: 160, killed by dogs; 183, killed in vehicle Clothing has two important uses: 1. to protect the body from mechanical injury, and 2. to regulate the body temperature so as to prevent sudden chilling of the body or overheating. In the summer you want to lose heat, and loose fitting garments both allow heat to escape and, strange to say, also helps to keep t A day camp will be operated out heat. White cotton and linen ] for Jefferson County elementary are popular in summer. These I school children this summer fabrics permit the transfer of from June 19 through Aug ll heat. When exercising in I Thedaily hoursare from 10a.m summer, however, it is ! to2p.m., and the children are to frequently n.ecessary to put on a [. provide their own lunches. There warm, cool sweater to prevent I is no initial registration fee, but chills and yet allow excess heat I minimal fees may be requested SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1978 33, by illegal  hunting; 45, killedl by farmers with crop damage permits and 11 fatally injured in fences," said Ruckel. Ruckel continued, "the 4,897 deer harvested during the 1977 antlerless season prevented incalculable winter losses. II surviving deer and is detrimental to the range." Reports by field personnel indicate that most herds in these counties are in double figures and the 1978 season should be one of the state's best. Severe winter starvation not l only kills, but also effects the[ A winning smile isn't reproductive capacities of[ necessarily sincere. NOTICE! Effective May i, Our Office And Our Plant Will Be Closed All-Day On "SATURDAY The New Office Hours Will Be: 9 a.m .... 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday Plant Hours: 7:30 a.m .... 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday Also Our One Percent (1%) Discount Allowance will be carried over until Monday if the deadline falls on Satur- day. COMMUNITY OIL CO., Inc. TELEPHONE: 725- 7021 APRIl. 20 - 5T and Allison several selec- Saxophone and ,.. gave several Lunch rights reserved. OH HIS DRY! Let Dad slip into something extra comfortable.., like a reeliner ! | See our Pop-pleasing selection now! J guitar, ending . ,. name, .... west NOtjunereSponsible15 - 2T for accidents on property. :..[ii:!i. - ' * ,! m HARPERS FERRY I WEST VIRGIN A 2.542..__.5 IEW INTEREST RATES e Certificate of Deposit ear............ ;....... 6% ke Certnfncate of Deposnt Years............... 6V2 % *20995 Certificate of Deposit ears................... 7% Man-sized 3-position break, away recliner. Durable plaid fabric. BLE MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE ired Minimum s I 0,000- 6Months) rest on your NON-NEGOTIABLE Money Market Cer- be U.S. Treasury 6-Month bill rate in effect at date mmwm mmmmmm l m i.. mm. m w n mm lmR Interest PenaltyOn Early Withdrawals 4eent for Utilities: neral Telephone Co. of The Southeast Potomac Edison Company Weil Brothers Fuel and Heating Senior Citizens with Checking Accounts Travelers Checks "3 FATHER'S DAY ! June 18 ased Without Charge ts Insured by FEDERAL Deposit Insurance Corporation MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Tufted-back 3-position recllner, Leather.look upholstery. In colors. Deeply padded pillow.back nylon rocker recliner with wood accents. 00169 Berkllne's Wall.Away works lust 3 in. from Wall in good nylon and Herculon covers. ! NO CARRYING CHARGE NO FREIGHT Phone: 725- 7068 FREE DELIVERY Charles Town, W.Va.