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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE TH~DAY, JUNE 17,1982 " 17 different shades and heights. ~ 13 Bi01 0n Coil to go,not only you They are hea.tif.l We Andrew A Swartz 0 StSy e e feel weU-fed, but you'll know regained our depleted LIVESTOCK SALES In Fis he ries Acade m, f Gra " nZJL~r~ B. Cone ~t,n,-,~ that Ruritan the fun~raising proceeds from efforts the Yellow strength by a lunch Brick visit Bank to the Graduates Army Call725-5488 will be used for gifts to n: of The Blue Restaurant in Shopherdstown ~ School The quotatio ~ ~ '~,community service ~-%'=%'-'~"%'-"J~':- organizations. - RUSS having corned beef Jum r Ridge Livestock Sales, at hash with a poached egg and I Charles Town, W. Va. Monday ~l,t~ ~nm.-,1,tions tOLast Friday night Russ and Spec. 4 Andrew A. Schwartz, June 14, 1982. " .T n-hi-onn'~'-'-"ona Derek I enjoyed a deliclous" dinner eatingLast asaturdayCaesar Salad.night before son of Dr. Albert J. and Joy R. Receipts of all classes light ~a'~ kh"~,~"'~ n'~,~ Riaa~ and a catching-up visit at the o- n llhome" Tnxl,ana nLU the card party at Blue Ridge Schwartz of Route 3, Kear- with a good demand for all Acres On June 5, these two %'~. . / "* ."Mountain Cotmtry Club, there neysville, W. Va has classes i~ ,ma" ored inzruay azways nab SUCh yo men were hun " " i was an impromptu pancake graduated from the Army's Plain to medium heifers th~ W~At Vir~inin Awardnnagmat ve menus, too. We supper. What that Len jumtmmster school conducted 45.00 to 52.00; good bulls 51.00 ~ ," ",~"'~,-,: - . " . Erickson won't think of next[ by the 82nd Airborne Division to 54.00; plain to medium bulls ~-~m~-'for tho ~vrn 1982 enjoyed seeing pictures and ?At~nt .~ h ~ ~r~ bearing more details of the Some thirty people enjoyed at Fort Bragg, N.C. 47.75 to 5025; commercial "--" 7"-. ~.'," 7t" ";---; Russells' winter cruise on the wasconaucteauymet~nceozr, ,eu, ~,~, Tx **,pancakes, ham, apple slices, cows 42.00 to 44.00; utility Talent Identification and. ~"~Y"~.~gmna. ~ounaea~"~Y~'Y"nice a"great~" coffee and hatch, one of Len's During the course, students cows 39.00 to 41.75; canners Development (OTID) m ~ T~ ^ m ~ ;, fabulous desserts, chocolate, received instruction in Jump and cutters 36.00 to 38.75; high oooperation with the Study of ~',~'~~**~,~o~!~ mint something or another . . . commands, rigging and yield cows 44.50 to 46.25 Mathematically Precocious ~'~'~,~" -'~ "/~'~ "~ After the supper various card dropping cargo containers, stock and feeder heifers 40.00 [ Youth (SMPY) at The Johns ~.J?" ~;~: ',' ~'". "~" games and monopoly were drop zone safety, departure to54.00. Hopkins University. Onen'uss ing metr pmnnea urtp co played by old and young alike, airfield control and per-~onnel Choice to prime calv~ 87.00 rarzs ~owever, naugmer nurtured smty-szx sevenm Due to the heavy rain parachute inspections, to 97.00; good butcher calves ~mney and neT nusDanu grade students zn West Saturday afternoon and 75.00to86.00;mediumbutcher sco'- ~muoe~casso came tram vlrginla quannea oy ring . . Sunday the church picnic of Schwartz dill now serve at calves 64.00 to 74.00; thin Franceto England to vtslt higher than the average St. John's EpiscopaI Church in Fort Bragg, N.C with the calves 63.75 down; heavy mere wnen Bill felt better, ne college-bound hzgh school "" ". Harpers Ferry was postp~ed 82nd Airborne Division. calves50.00 to65.00. anaxruay returned zo me u semor. A recogmtmn '": until June 27th. He is a 1979 graduate of Good butcher hogs 60.00 to ~ ,~ ~,~,~, ,~o ~,-,~a on me ~ u. tsm loose aria Next Saturday night, June Jefferson High School,60.50; medium butcher hogs ; : .'~T.""'~--"-'~ ~. "~'"~"7 feels fine now and both Dy tile OTID and tile westn, ,~ o o ~,t~, ~ ~ 19th, there will be a Potluck Shenandoah Junction, W. Va. 59.00 to 59.25; heavy butcher b BERS OF GRADUATING CLASS -- Shown above are the 14 per- Virginia Department of~'~ ,~ "~', ~'a Sapper at BRMCC. The main hogs 57.00; butcher sows 48.00 o o,~ er o~ tun ~[~r~dt~(t~p Education. Garry and Ann - " entree' will be ,urrdshed by to 54.00; heavy feeder and R,~inson t~k t~ trays to warren and Anne Nystrom the Club- members bring a WVU Graduate Unit lig.t bu,cher hog 50oo to ~T- -': - - -:" started their summer with a t~nar~esum mr me ^ward covered dish. Leonard 55.00; shoats per hundred 60.00 sour-day VlSlZ ZO normern rrogram wmcn was nela In xn ur~n ; ~ Erickson is trying to contact Cancels A Class to 75,00: pigs per head 20.00 to Cross;.nn, Garysecond row (left Cole A.O. OUsh,toll e'rgn L Roger Ham- Streufert and Senatef . ,Chambern,za oof ; the "anu amea'T"s people setting up a pattern of 55.00; boars 43.00 to ~" Livestock Sales 2:00 P.M. ~.-~ ---,- -o. t " " . food so that there won't be all The West Virginia ' m~diat~lvfnllnwin th~several o d friends staying at desserts or salads or University Graduate Center at Each Monday. ,Gary Kulm, William ThorEau, Gregory Pratschner and Dr. C. Kwei .': -- son David and Tish's home. ceremony mere was a something. If you plan to Shepherd College announces ~,~r~i,m ~,n,w~,-,~ by th~ wnue In tlesum, may vm~ma attend and have not talked to the cancellation of a summer ~WN -- Eleven U.S. Graduates of the Fish William Daugherty, Chief of :"~"":" "2"-"-""" =/ -'= son John and Pricilla whom L~anawna uounty t'arent ~,~ ~,~a,o~, ~ ,~ ,o Len Erickeon, call him to find course, Kodaly Music Method ~1 WLldlffe Services Hatchery Management Hatcheries and Fishery Assocmuo mr me t~ out what might be best for you for Classroom Teachers, --t oin - " Derek ma t~acz to ~RAcres on s biologists, two Course and their next duty Resource Management; ~rea g g, Jay aria ~Ao at+ to hring. Potluck dinners can because of the professor's biologists and a stations were Herbert BoUig, David W. McDanlel, ActingRuRrrANCIEBBBQ "'2~ "t~'r~<":"" """ " be lots of fun. Enough said . . . illness. ~w~ [ty professor were Jackson National Fish Hat- Director of the Fisheries The South Jefferson Pmritan ~,rry epo r~ mat i~, o.n Faith~Aly The graduate center regrets .'d from a nine-month chary, Wyoming; Gary Cole, Center; Howard Larsen, Club has asked the reporters weuman was nos.pzmuz~. In WistfulThinking any inconvenience caused to "For me? For in Jefferson Memorml Hospztal ure course at the Inks Dam NFH, Texas;Verlin Director of Region 5; and of the Spirit to ram d . I don't ask for much. any individual who had ' 9" i SFisheriesACademYcenter of inthea Colorado;Crass' LeadvilleRoger I~. mnmn,NFH' AssociateTh mas Parisot,Director.FlaheryDeputy everyOnechicken. BRO ftntheirl~ h ~ldannualat the nomelaSt week.again ~oy me~atttme ~emm m'm l'd just like to have 1980 planned to take this course Father s Day. I ~orial Day ceremony W'fllow Beach NFH, Nevada; Resources. Also attending Bardane Community Center pu~n~.a. . wages, 1934 prices, and and hopes to be able to offer wn (W.Va.). David Hendrix, Pendillswere Dr. Robert E. Stevens, ,~ ~oh a-, ~e ~ 4 well, me ram was certainly 1904 taxes, the Kodaly workshop in the i speaker for the CreekNFH, Michigan; Bryan Chief of Fishery Ecology ,m q~o .~ . ~. a mg factor m weezena -Republican, Lanford. summer of1983. ~ i --.-8 p.m. ,= ~ ~ ~ Robert A. Jantzen, Kenworthy, Carson NFH, Research; and Dr. James always a success because even~.laonzm~ownowmucn ~ .-~.=~ - ~ a "~ckets it affected the Mountain ~'~ r of the USFWS, Washington; Gary Kuhn, Weaver, NFC Assistant =~,~ ,~ S,N~. ,~ . (led the graduates for Green Lake NFH, Maine; Director-Rosearch. ~ $3.75 for adults, $2.00 for Heritage and Crafts Festival, ~n. The dinner includes but It had to be quite a hit ~ ~ a.chievemenbt and Sidney Morkert, Senacaville ro that their new NFH, Ohio; Gregory Prat- WendeUS. Ogden, Academy half a chicken with special .having only2 .da ys ins~d.of I [ge will be vital to the schner, Bears Bluff NFH, Superintendent, who served asBBQ sauce, cole slaw, baked mree~ . ttUSSl anuF i azzenaen me. i ] ~inOf the future- that South Carolina; Jonathan master of ceremonies, was beans, apple sauce, rolls, sno.w ear y n aay morinng g a major source of Streufert, GreersFerryNFH, presented an inscribed plaque t,tter i,~ ,~-o~m ~k~ ~M enjoying me zact that the I ~ffee'a~ ~'~^--notice-"I weather was not too hot. We .hood through Arkansas; Wdliam ThorEau, for the Academy by the . ~ . zture. The director Quilcene NFH, Washington; graduating class, received didn't say so, but were fascinated by the IglCh. co~ltinuing training Dr. C. Kwei lAn, University of The exercise, attended by evervtime I've been to the quantity and quality of the expensive gifts, whether t di ' too -- " - exhibits We "dn t buy sports equipment comeras wise and cost.saving Michigan, AnnArhor;Helene the NFC staff and families of BBQtheroRsandeakes were . or jewelry, shouid be I ~tfor the service and Drouin, Eastman, Quebec, theclass, was concluded with ~mmmade and meat The mucn-aorasstaolela~az d to the Fisheries Canada; and A.O. Otishi will a social hour and refresh- 3ubU^----~m]=-",~d-to -~t~e~! "~e holds a fat 12-hour candle and immediately covered by t as an "outstanding return to Nigeria. rnents. . p.O from 4 nan to 8 nan. [our large green candles of insurance. 'All Risk' pro- i ~~:L~:~r-~~~ I I tection from Moore lnsur- I of an in-service This was the second class of, Chimney Sweep Free Estimates Phon(': 725-0733 ) to provide this Other USFWS officials the new training facility at EVERHART'S UPHOLSTERY Full Upper or Lower Denture anc. 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