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Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
June 22, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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June 22, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1 1 THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1978 P[ 00OPL BANK OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY Student At Camp For ANG Training E. But'well, a student at Jefferson High attended the Youth Leaders Camp held bawson near Kingwood, W. Va., last Was among 100 of his peers to par- the camp, which is conducted an- Youngsters from throughout the state a taste of real military life. is shown above getting instruction in the standard weapon now used :ary, from Master Sergeant William heads the 167th Security Police, a of the 167th Tactical Airlift Group, Air National Guard, located at Eastern West Virginia Regional sponsored to the week-long camp Aerial Port Flight and the 167th Flight, also components of the Airlift Group. to firing the M-16, Burwell also caliber pistol and 12-gauge shotgun. Club of BRA of the Mexico program and Kitchen to real Mexican Betsy Ck in any Was' assisted by her co-hostess. meeting another Party. Pauline will have details later. Again this year, the Club will have a hake sale and a white elephant booth at the Country Fair Day, July 1. Pauline will take care of your elephants and Jan Ramsey will welcome the bakers. Peg Mc- Cullen, presicent, has been in Mexico a number of times and gave a short talk on her ex- periences. Also, Peg wishes to express her appreciation to everyone who helped to make the Open House a success. The next regular meeting will be in September. We are glad that Thelma Newton is back on her feet after a bout with Summer flu. Jean Taneyhill, Evelyn Price BAILEY'S LAYFAYETTE 111 S. George St. Charles Town, W.Vo. 725- 3043 MIXER M44/3544 :Jig spseds sr any ; or Hsrves! wilh bowl-3 quart t95 K29AVT K29FT I r 9S CHECK WITH US FOR ALL YOUR G.E. APPLIANCE NEEDS YOU-ALL WILL LIKE THE PRICE N' SERVICE Deluxe Can Opener Ice Crusher Dd00xe Can Opener/ Ice Crusher Model EC41 Crushes ice for drinks or serving dishes Conveniently positioned ice spout, tr|nsperent removuble ice drawer * "Hands Free" operation and 2bean" removable cutting Mqnet holds most llds LIST *25.98 Only $22" and Lucia Downing had lunch at Cliffside on Wednesday. Jean's aunt, Ruth Shafer, is visiting here but was unable to meet for lunch. Jean, who has been a home owner in Blue Ridge for over 20 years, plans to sell her house this summer. She will he missed. There is a budding romance on the Ridge. It's hard to know who is more interested - the par- ticipants or the spectators. Mary and Bob Bell spent a few days recently visiting Bob's brother, AI and his wife, who have a condominium in Ocean City, Md. Mary has a trip planned for later this week. She willfly to Seattle to attend the graduation of their daughter Girmy, from the University of Washington. Ginny will show her mother the sights in Seattle, Vancouver and then on to San Francisco. They will return to BRA for a couple of weeks before Ginny leaves for her job with Shell Oil in Houston. Congratulations to a nice gal. Edna Peddicord and her committee want to remind you that the Chicken Bar-B-Que is next Sunday, June 25. She has engaged expert chefs, so come, bring your family and your friends. GTE Employees Recognized Suggestions Fourteen General Telephone Company employees from the West Virginia-Virginia Division have been recognized for making suggestions on im- provements to telephone transmission facilities. when nothing else is good enough Perfect Granite E-'. Superb Craftsmanship C] Custom Design Service (_-i Written Guarantee Without Time Limit That  what makes us the most Irrupted name in memorials Martinsburg Granite Works 109 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Martinsburg, W.Va. The employees are Eddie and applying for a number for Abshire, jim Manhood and the first time must apply in George Maxfield of Bluefield; person. And persons applying Joe Baldwin, Gerald Fields and for a duplicate card are now  Larry F. Mackzum, of required to submit evidence of Richlands; Johnny A. Honaker, identity. of Grundy; Bob L. McGovern, of Wolfsheimer said that best Welch; D. M. Thompson of evidence of age and citizenship Romney; and Robert Ayers, is a birth certificate recorded Cahrles G. Gageby, Lawrence shortly after birth. Evidence of N. Grove, Emory A. Kable and identity should also include John G. Waiters of Charles material showing the person's Town. picture, signature, date of birth In citing the employees for or age, or other identifying in- their suggestions, Tom O'Brien, formation. suggestion plan manager for People not born in the United General Telephone Company of States should provide evidence the Southeast, said, "Although it of their U.S. citizenship or their is not possible to determine the immigration documents amount of savings which might showing they were lawfully be realized as a result of these admitted to the U.S. ideas, the employees merit A free leaflet, "Applying For a recognition for their effort and Social Security Number", may initiative in making these be obtained at the Martinsburg suggestions." Social Security Office, 615 West King Street. Social Security I Wayside Club Awards Applicants Must Lunch Village House Prove Identity The annual awards luncheon of the Wayside Garden Club was Everyone who applies for a held Saturday, June 3 at the social security number, Village House. Preceding the regardless of their age or place of birth, must now submit documentary evidence of their age, identity and citizenship or alien status, according to Gary A. Woifsheimer, social security branch manager in Mar- tinsburg. In addition, people 18 or over ill CALLING ALL HOMEMAKERS Brought To You By RAMEY'S You can improve a room's looks by having some furniture pieces in vertical shapes as well as RAMEY horizontal shapes. Make sure your rooms are not dull and boring. luncheon, Mrs. Roscoe Payne, president, extended a welcome to guests, Mrs. Leeds Riely, Mrs. Robert Butler, and Mrs. Harold Harr, also to all mem- bers present. Mrs. Richard Adams read a poem entitled, "Life's Flowers", followed by the blessing. Following the luncheon the presentation Of awards was made by Mrs. William Anders, who presented silver bowls to Mrs. Francis White for having achieved the highest point value in artistic arrangements, and to Mrs. Carl Merchant for highest number of points in horticulture entries for the preceding year. Mrs. Payne thanked Mrs. Jack Scott and her luncheon com- mittee of Mrs. Kenna Travell Diabetes Association Meeting On June 29th The Eastern Panhandle Diabetes Association will hold a meeting Thursday, June 29, at 7 p.m., in the second floor meeting room at Shenandoah Home, 131 East 3rd Avenue, in Rans0n. A film on diet will be shown followed by a discussion on proper meal planning for the diabetic; while travel tips f6r'the summer vacation season will also be shared. Everyone is urged to attend and bring a friend. House approves financial assistance for NYC. PUBLIC SALE Of Valuable Personal Property Belonging to: Walter H. Moyer Middleway Jefferson County West Virginia and Mrs. Norman Mumaw for F iday J e 23 1978 the table arrangements. Each r , u n , member received a pink potted petunia to take home. Door 1:00P.M. prizes of pink geraniums were The undersigned will offer for sale the following personal won by Mrs. Donald Baumgardner and Mrs. Robert Brower. Mrs. Payne expressed her appreciation to all members for their splendid cooperation during the preceding year. NOTICE To Tax Payers THE SHERIFFPS OFFICE TAX DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED WEDNESDAY JULY 5 THRU JULY 19 ..... To Prepare Sheriff Settlement Howard W. Wilt, Sheriff Jefferson County June 22-2-t Flowers, a new furniture piece, new colors can bring EXECUTOR SALE excitement and interest to your rooms. In order to settle several estates, we will sell at public sale on the parking lot of the Bank of Charles Town, Many people don't take Charles Town, W. Va., on: advantage of the shape they have. For irtanee, a SATURDAY- JULY 1, 1978 slim cabinet or etagere Beginning at 10:00 A.M. might be used in wasted space tear doors to hold a Mahogany dropleaf table, cherry corner table, mahogany variety of essentials or card table, several tables, mahogany and cherry; library accessories, table, 6 end tables, small stands, corner shelf, 2 sofas, gun A new slogan in the cabinet, rocking chairs, straight chairs, arm chairs, desk furniture industry is chair, mirror, needlepoint stool, hassock, pine chest, pine "you'll love the new love wash stand, .% spool bed, double beds, single beds, bedside seats." The size of love tables, chest of drawers, hampers, rugs and runners, lamps, seats gives you more floor end table, pictures, some original paintings and pot- versatility in decorating a traits, 2 humidifiers, electric fans, Sears portable sewing room. Don't forget to machine, RCA radio, Sunbeam mixmaster, 2 electric consider a love seat or two heaters, Sears vac. wood grates, fishing tackle, rods, reels, for those hard-to-decorate boxes, hoots; hunting gear, scopes, 30-30 Marlin with scope, spots, model 74 Winchester 22, 12 ga. Western Field, meat saw, meat grinder, bench grinder, electric drill, 7" cut-off saw, tool box, misc. tools, battery charger, metal lawn chairs, RAMEY'S step ladder, M.F. 2 wheel cart, S.P. lawn mower, bed linens, kitchen utensils, kitchen appliances, quantity of glassware, quantity of china, shaving mugs, many, many items too FURNITURE numerous to mention. Terms: Cash. & APPLIANCES Bank of Charles Town. Executor Auct.-Clerk: Miller-Furr - - - FREE - - - Charles Town, W. Va. Not responsible for accidents on property. CUSTOMER PARKING Copyright June 22-2t II FGet A Great lMid.Summer Deal- New Holland Balers op g 00e[Or, o!msmee(l!ate Sale!0000 Model315 Baler.This 14"x 18" baler is built extra  ;.IC _.----,  r/ rugged to handle tough crops, lt'sdesignedtowork '\\; ]J ' , t7l' hard and give years of dependable service.  I NIt ,=========.j ! Mr/// Now's the ti, me to buy because we're moving our " . complete stock of hay tools. / Already have a new baler? Then stop in and see our Sperry New Holland Automatic Bale Wagons and Mower-Conditioners, They're priced to sell, tool PEOPLES SUPPLY FARM MACHINERY CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Your ,uth0rized '='r"Erv-- rw, HLLAN:)dealer. property located at Middleway, Jefferson County, West Virginia. Bench grinder, 2 vise, Craftsman electric motor lathe, ban saw, Craftsman electric radial arm saw, electric motor and pump, set of pipe dies, batteries, electric motor table saw, Craftsman planer, work benches, hammers, saws, hatchets, extension ladders, creeper, 2x4 lumber, etc., barb wire, grease guns, seasoned walnut lumber, seasoned cherry lumber, 2 sets of block and falls, corn scoop, shovels, picks, paint, brushes, 2 electric drills, motor boat motor, 16 foot Jon Boat, concrete mixer, rip saw, sabre saw, extension cords, wheel harrow, concrete block, hand lawn mower, C.B. an- tenna, chain saw, squares, several various tools, and Ford Tractor, 3 pt. hook, 7 foot mower.. , 1955 Ford Pick-Up Truck Mr. Moyer's real estate and household furnishings will be sold at a public auction at a later date. For further information, contact Marshall J. Beverley, Jr., or T. Michael Ring, Old national Bank Trust Department, Martinsburg, West Virginia. Auctioneer: Edward "Ned" Morrow Clerk: Charles Ware Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. THE OLD NATIONAL BANK, EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF WALTER H. MOYER June 22-1t I I I lllll II Lowest Prices Of The Year! SAVE SAVE SAVE 3.00 3.00 4.00 GALLON I I lllll pai00nts Charles Town Road Martinsburg 2&7-2430 Summer Store Hours Mon,, Tues., Thurs. 84 Weds. & SaL 8-1 Fri: 8-9 (Closed 5-6:30) June 22-3t I I Ill I I Ill lllllllllll