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Waxman Is Recipient Of Philip Sousa Band Award Sousa Band Award, presented year went to Harold Waxman. School Principal Warren Carter, is shown presenting the award to right, at the annual awards assembly High School May 24. Student Warns Land Use the farmer he Joseph Van Americans of the land: have been permitting living there, it is in America and should he it is too late Student at a in S- Holland, is on the 200- and Mrs. near Kear- Holland next a his work involved between States b "we He KnoWs use in Holland only about 40 acres are needed. Another difference is the use in Holland of "customs", private companies that work for in- dividual landowners, and cooperative sharing of farm work among several lan- downers. Joseph finds fault in the U.S. only in the brevity of his visit, and says he'll return "if and when I have the time and the motley." He notes the frugality of his countrymen, compared to Americans, and says that things here are "just about the same, but so much bigger here, and so beautiful." Joseph's final year of studies will commence in August. After graduation he hopes to attend Utrecht University to study veterinary sciences. Becauge a "student stop" was inftiated to halt the growing number of applicants, he must apply for acceptance this winter, though he will he elgible to enter only after serving a 14-month Army stint required of all-male citizens. Bonds to Participate In Air Force Camp DOVER, DEL. -- Cadet Jonathan R. Bonds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby R. Bonds of Martinsburg, is participating in a U.S. Air Force Reserve Of. ricers Training Corps field training encampment at Dover AFB, Del. During the encampment, cadets receive survival and small arms training and aircraft and aircrew indoctrination. They also have the opportunity to observe careers in which they might wish to serve as Air Force officers. Cadet Bonds, a student at West Virginia University, is a 1976 graduate of Martinsburg High School. Five Jeffmon 4.H Members Chosen Go To Jackson's Mill Five lucky Jefferson County 4- H Club members will be at- tending the State 4-H Round-Up at Jackson's Mill as a result of their successful efforts at the recent Keyser Area 4-H Round- Up. Competing against 4-H'ers from seven other Eastern Panhandle Counties were over 20 Jefferson County 4-H'ers. Judges from Jefferson County included Mrs. Owen Conklyn and Mr. Henry Thomas. Participants in the Junior Division included: Foods and Nutrition - Jerri Burnham Clothing Techniques and Con- struction - Lucille' Burnham: Horses and Horsemanship - Jay Wilson and Jondra Wilson; Photography - Leslie Skinner; Public Speaking - Scott Mickey; Talent - Nicole Nobrega, in- strumental solo; Talent, Dance Solo - Lyn Nuse; Talent, Dance Group - Jondra Wilson and Jay Wilson: Talent, Acrobatic and Baton Group - Kevin Johnson and Jeffrey Burns; Talent Dramatic and Novelty - Donna Clendening and Kim Demory. Participants in the Senior Division included: Foods and Nutrition - Susie Jamison and Kelly Watson; Clothing Techniques and Construction - Stacey Reid; Recreation and Wise Use of Leisure Time - Debbie LlOyd; Public Speaking - + lmm.=__ Sapdln's Best Quality LATEX HOUSE PAINT Suggested Retail $13.39 r m,0000s.um. PA,.00 Retail $13.99 SOLID COLOR OIL EXTERIOR STAIN Suggested Retail $II.69 EXTERIOR/INTERIOR S Grays Only  . uggested Retail $12.49 - LA"- I:L' P'NT EXTERIOR/INTERIOR , Suggested Retail '12.49 ORE LUMBER CO. 300 North Mildred Street 725 2004. Charles W. Va. Members Happy Workers 4-H Club Demostrate Energy Awareness ZIPPY-DO-DARE.ENERGY AWARE! Members of the Bullskin Happy Workers "4-H Club have been energy aware since their meeting in February. Families have been busy making final preparations to conserve energy. Pictured above is the David Zigler family of Zigler, Inc. Front to back, Dale, Barbara, and their dad, David, are installing a Thermo-store. The installation of the Thermo-store on the present milk tank will heat water for use in the dairy while it is also cooling the milk thus eliminating the need for additional electricity. Todd Walker: Talent. In- strumental Solo - Penny Mason; Talent, Dance Solo Chip Wilson; Talent. Dramatic and Novelty, Vickie Glassford. Representing Jefferson County at Jackson's Mill in August will be Todd Walker. Chip Wilson, Stacey Reid, Susie Jamison and Kelly Watson. Beef Reid Day In Preparation County Fair Held Recently The Jefferson County Fairgrounds was the site of the recent 4-H Beef Field Day in Jefferson County. 4-H club members with beef projects brought their animals to the fairgrounds in preparation for the Jefferson County Fair in August. Activities included weighing each animal, discussing weight gains and rations, discussion of fair rules and regulations, a slide presentation on fitting and showing beef animals and a mini-showmanship contest. Participants were Donna Magaha, Karen Magaha, Weasie Blue. Wesley Ware. Catherine Ware. Mildred Ware, Scott and Stephanie Miekey. The 4-H program in Jefferson County is conducted by the Cooperative Extension Service with assistance from the United States Department of Agriculture, W. Va. University, the Jefferson County Corn- mission and the Jefferson County Board of Education. All programs and activities offered by the West Virginia University Cooperative Ex- tension Service are available to all persons without regard to race. color, or national origin. There is some differ- ence between the appear- [ ance of fairness and the ! intent to be fair. SPIRITOF 3EFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 15 THURSDAY, JUNE , 1978 Volunteers SeekJ Chairing the volunteer group is Reid Geronimo. Members Public Opinion '+""+ +o,,,.+. Charlie Wyndham, Albert Elsea, Oscar McCormick, Barbara Arm- On Civic Center ++, Gilbert Sma]lwond. The committee, noting "that A groupof interested Harpers land for such a building is Ferry-Bolivar residents have available, says the structure begun to solicit community might be utilized for council support which will, hopefully, meetings, club space, meetings, ead to the development of a parties, Scout meetings, senior community center for the two activities, receptions, well-baby Geronimo or any member of the communities, clinics, bloodmobile and open committee after 4 p.m. ..'C_%%-..%%%%'..%%%%%%%%%": space for games after school and Saturdays. In contacting the general public, the committee is asking: Would you contribute to the construction cost oT such a center? Would you volunteer time for labor? And, would you come to a public meeting m regards to the building? Anyone wishing additional information may contact BLAKELEY BANKand TRUST COMPANY Ranson, W. Vo. Offers The Following Certificates of Deposit l.year 6 % .- s100 Minimum Interest Payable Yearly 2V2-year 6V2 % -- s2000 minimum, interest payable each 6. months 4-year 7 % .- s3,000 minimum Interest payable each 6 months DUE TO THE UNCERTAINTY OF THE INTEREST RATE BLAKELEY BANK CAN- [ NOT RECOMENO THAT YOU TIE UP YOUR MONEY AT ANY CERTAIN IN. I TEREST RATE FOR MORE THAN FOUR YEARS AT A TIME. A Substantial Penalty is Required For Early Withdrawal Put Your Money to Work Where Your Deposits Are Insured by FDIC BL2X_Za:m 2r .:lm'X00 BAN.K AND TPUST COMPANY RANSON. WEST VIRGINI. 2S43lI 304-7;5-7014 .eOIC . M., Fecbrd t.ve Sym ...... + June is DRIRY month! S00LUTE TO ALL DAI RY FAR/004ER!S Farm Credit lends money for just about anything. Martinsburg, W.Va. Phone: 267-8011 Charles Town, W.Va. Phone: 725-7129 Winchester, Vo. + Phone: (703)662-3473 ,ii i  i I  J