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"ZIPPITTY DO DARE... ENERGY AWAREr' SAYS BULLSKIN 4-Hers and menbers of the Bullskin Happy 4-H Club continue their energy con- practices in their "Zippity-Do-Dare" awareness program. The picture to the left ght -- Don Chapman, J. J. and Mike SALES of the Blue Sales, at W. Va., Monday, Receipts of all with a good all classes. $46.50 to medium heifers, good bulls, $45 to to medium bulls, commercial cows, utility cows, $37 to cutters, $31 stocker and feeder to $60; stock and $40 to $55. b Prime calves, $65 to calves, $54 to calves, $43. Calves, $42.75 down; $40 to $,54; butcher $16. hogs, $46.70 to butcher hogs, heavy butcher butcher sows, avy feeders and $40 to $45; Up to $60; up to $45; Attacks Proposal Joe Caudle of representing the District in the Legislature, has to study the Commission. that the West the state's the lowest in States, and Commission is of resolving the that have thus far by the PSC In- littee, Caudle the proposed general in nature answers. L to say that the is excessive, wind up taxpayers of the $40,000 and serving any. that the burning regulation today residential con- early twice as hour as in- And, he added, would sponsor Ssue alone, the , iustified." Police Harvest b Of Marijuana State Police POund crop of yard ad "harvested" by arrests in be growth of by officers m coins $65 in ring, Corral. Miller, International of Christ, to the KOA set- I0 a.m.; 7:15 p.m.; p.m. and youth, or spiritual Hagmtown Band In Concert Tonight At Martinsburg Park The Hagerstown, Md., Municipal Band will appear in concert tonight at 7:30 at Berkeley County War Memorial Park in Martiusburg. The band is composed of fifty persons, under the direction of Lynn Lerew of Chambersburg, Pa. Featured soloist is Cheryl Kataline. Tonight's presentation is another of the "Summer in the Park" free concerts sponsored by the Berkeley County Council for the Arts and Humanities in cooperation with Berkeley County War Memorial Park. Advismy Groups Formed Upgrade Job Service Work State Employment Security Acting Commissioner Robert B. Moran has announced plans fii" establish local et'nployer ad- visory groups, under the department's Job Service Im- provement program, in major West Virginia cities. To date, Charleston and Parkersburg have hosted area meetings, and Charleston's advisory group is already functioning. JSIP meetings are scheduled for the month of August in Martinsburg, Clarksburg, Wheeling and Huntington. The Martinsburg meeting will he conducted on Wednesday, August 30. The purpose, of the JSIP program is to deal with im- proving job service from the grassroots level. Employers expressing an interest after an initial area meeting are asked for advice as to how job services might he improved. __- ...... J__L___-_------- MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-2750 Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son of Walnut Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Dillow and[ son, of Millville, were Sunday dinner guests of their mother Mrs. Jessie Dillow. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Oden of] Alexandria, Va., were callers of his grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Oden and family. Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleway, was a Sunday visitor of his mother, Mrs. Corn Wiley and sol% Mrs. Dorothy Hoffmaster and Mrs. Hallie Dillow of Ranson were recent visitors of Mrs. Mac Detrich. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn and family of Martinsburg, were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Oden of Alexandria, Va., were Saturday i visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Philip (}den and daughter. Miss Stella Dillow spent the 4th of July weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dillow and family at York, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wilson and son of Hostler's Road, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rollison and family of Chestnut Hill were recent callers of her father, Mr, Quinton Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands o/ Chestnut Hill were Sunday I callers of her parents, Mr. and [ Mrs. Millard Ott. ] Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown [ and family of Jefferson Village, [ were Sunday visitors of her[ parents, Mr. and Mrs. James[ Chapman, completing installation work on storm windows on their home located in Rippon. In the picture to the right, Jack and Lyn Nuse, South Seminary Street, Charles Town, are shown in- stalling a new storm door. Penwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Nick and son of Hostler's Road were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and family on Sunday. Mrs. Alda "Kenneth" Jenkins of Hostler's Read, has been a surgical patient at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Magaha and daughter of near Charles Town, were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son of Walnut Grove, were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and family. IGunsAnd Butter Program Slated Antietam Park Antietam National Battlefield Site announces its weekly special children's program, this weekend featuring, "Guns and Butter-At Antietam You Can Have Both." This program will be given Saturday and Sunday, Jly 22 and 23, from I-3 p.m.. Children, ages six years and up are invited to participate in this program. Children will take a wagon ride with National Park Service rangers to Philadelphia Brigade Park. Along the way the children will hear the story of the Battle of Antietam and will have a chance to sing some old- fashioned songs. A Civil War musket firing demonstration will be presented by a Con- federate soldier, and then children will have an op- portunity to make their own butter, under the supervision of a ranger. Home-baked bread and applebutter will be provided so the children can taste their own butter. The program' will end at 3 p.m. with a wagon ride hack to the Visitor Center where parents may pick up their children. Children are advised to wear old clothes and to bring a hat. For further information and reservations, ioca| residents may call the Battlefield at 432- 5124. There is a limited amount of space available for this program. Next weekend's children's program features "Where Were You in '62 (1862)?" to he presented Saturday evening, July 29 at 8 p.m. Come join the rangers for an evening of storytelling and music around the campfire. Sample some authentic hardtack, too! Regularly scheduled weekend programs include musket firing demonstrations at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 4:30 p.m., and artillery demonstrations at 3:30 p.m. Arrest Local Man Probation The arrest of Alex E. Farmer, 20, of Charles Town, on charges of violating probation, has been announced by Probation and Parole Officer Dennis Barroxt. Farmer had been convicted ot  breaking and entering in. Londonn County, Va., Circuit Court, but placed on probation. Barron said that Farmer failed to maintain contact with Barron's office; gave a false addres and false information on employment; and broke probation rules in ten different instances. Farmer indicated he'll waive extradition to Loudoun County where he'll face re-sentencing in the breaking and entering case. Jarvis: federal income tax may be next target. KEARNEYSVILLE Mrs. Wallace Welsh Dial 876-6845 Dougie Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall, celebrated his 10th birthday, Tuesday, July 18, and enjoyed cake and ice cream with several friends and relatives. He received many nice gifts. A very successful two-week Bible School was held at the Grace United Church of Christ with a high enrollment of students and teachers. They convened at 9 a.m. with lessons and took a short break with drink and treats and then they had crafts, and let out at 11:30 a.m. On the following Sunday, they presented a program for parents and friends in the educational building with each tacher taking part with her class. Everyone was invited to the classrooms to see the crafts that the students had made, and on to the social hall for a covered dish dinner. Many thanks to the mothers who devoted their time in teaching and providing snacks during this two weeks and to all others who helped in any way for making this a very enjoyable vacation Bible School. "Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller and Ana Mary Willingham spent a day of fishing on the Potomac River. Preceding their outing they enjoyed a cook-out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Miller and son Bob. Also present was Susan Gray. Around 45 friends and relatives enjoyed a family cook- out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard to welcome home their daughter, Mrs. Marlene Edwards, who is on vacation from the West Virginia Rehabilitation Center near Charleston. It's such good news to hear that Marlene is doing so much better following a stroke and hope to hear she will he home real soon. On Sunday, July 16, the Youth Group of the Grace United Church of Christ met at the Church for a meeting. President, Barbara Kenny presided. For devotions the group stood and repeared the Lord's Prayer. Roll call and minutes were read from the last meeting. New business was discussion of a program for upcoming Tri-Parish picnic, Aug. 6; obtaining pamphlets for new choir robes; having a carnival, bake sale and another yard sale in the fall; having a picnic at the end of the sum- mer. Meeting closed with a prayer by Mrs. Nancy Bowers. Other adults present were Mrs. Brenda Eisenhart and Mrs. PaR Welsh. The Edgewood Homemakers Extension Club met last Wed- nesday evening at the home of Mrs. Boteler Link, Jr., with 16 members and one guest. President, Mrs. Henry Mc- Donald, opened and led in the Pledge to the Flag. For devotions, Mrs. Eleanor Brown read two poems, "We Thank Thee" and "View of a Garden", and prayer. Roll call was an- swered with a safety tip, with many interesting answers. Old business was a report on the trip to tour Hickory Farms Cheese House in Hagerstown, with 16 attending. They made several purchases and two won SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1978 17 door prizes. New business was [ BT--U P d discussion of visiting the[Am&! .... Shenandoah Nursing Home next Im,dque anhan month; supper out for the next[ meeting in August; upcoming[ Jefferson County Fair, Aug. 28 - Sept. 2, with the club to have a table display with this year's theme, "Conserving Energy". Committee reports were given and Mrs. Hilda Burhman gave a quick book report. The meeting was then turned over to Mrs. Barbara Wilson who gave a most informative lesson on "Iceland". She gave a report using a pamphlet written by Karolina Gudmundsdotter, who is a student at W. Va. University, and was the 1976-77 International student from Iceland, sponsored by the W. Va. Extension Homemakers Council. The entire country has only 200,000 people and their language is one of the Nordic which form a well defined sub-group of the German language. She covered home life, education, climate, religion, government, agriculture, family life, Icelandic names, living conditions, and food, with their main dishes being lamb and fish; pork and beef are very xpensive and not common. One interesting fact is that they have only one TV station, which broadcasts six days a week from 3 p.m. until midnight. There are five daily newspapers, the biggest has a circulation )f 40,000. Barbara passed out a sheet of recipes and a quiz to be filled out. BIBLE VERSE ",4 soft answer turn- eth away wrath; but griev- ous words stir up anger. " 1. Where is this quotation found in the Bible? 2. Who is the author? 3. What is the value of the book? 4. What king helped preserve these words? Answers To lime Verso I. Proverbs IS:l. 2. Solomon. 3. Something of a guide for practical living. 4. Hezekiah. GIANTS FINISHED THIRD IN NATIONAL DIVISION JEFFERSON LEAGUE The Giants, shown above finishing third in the National Division of play in the Jefferson Little Baseball League this past season, with an 8-6 record. Members of the squad, as shown above, are: Front row, left to right -- Tom Collins, Johnny Popkins, Mark Kable, Jason Smith, bat boy. Second row, left to right -- Craig Collins, Brad Wilt, Jeff Jones, Mike Watkins, Mike Collins. Third row, left to right -- Calvin Cunningham, Don Hosby, Jim Newcomb, Dave Mills, Kirk Benton, and Mike Propst. Standing in back are assistant coach Charles Jones and Manager Ed Grey and assistant manager, Brian Lloyd. (Photo by L. E. Dickey) DODGERS PLAYED SOME REAL GOOD BALL DURING SEASON, BUT FINISHED UP SEASON WI1H LOSING RECORD The Dodgers, shown above, played a lot of good ball during the past Jef- ferson Little League season, but they still wound up with a losing season showing only five victories in 15 games. Members of the squad, as shown above, are: Front row, left to right -- Bat boy, Mike Waiters, Scott Murray, Steven Todd, Teresa Edgar. Second row, left to right -- Randy Taylor, Brian Fadeley, Stacey Whitmore, Jeff Taylor, Donnie Hawkins. Third row, left to right -- Bobby McDonough, David Wilson, John Krumwiedi, Billy Sill, Bryon Borders and Manager Kenneth Leake, and assistant coach, Lewis Fisher. (Photo by L. E. Dickey) Between 50 and 60 antique cars, making an endurance run from Ashland, Va.," to Mar- tinsburg, W. Va., then back to Bridgewater, Va., spent parts of last Wednesday and Friday, and all of Thursday, in Jefferson County. One of the antique beauties, shown above, toured Shepherdstown. It is a 1913 model, four cylinder Cadillac convertible, owned by a Richmond, Va., man, R. W. Clifton. He and his wife toured the county after taking in the Charles Town races Thursday night. Judges are all right when they decide in your favor. All liberty is based upon the surrender of in- dividual liberties. NEW LISTINGS 3 bedroom rancher with 1 baths, build-in appliances in n kitchen, walt to wall carpet and double-car garage. This II, home is surrounded by 5 ac. $56,900. ! ...... .... IlL . OI home setting on a well landscaped yard and 4 bedrooms. This home is very clean and well kept. Weekend Hide-away Frame cabin with new appliances in kit., fireplace in living room. This could he year round home. $26,600. Building Lots-- Blue Ridge Acres; Shannondale; HIDDEN RIVER...3 bedroom mobile home, large living room with fireplace, cent. air and wall to wall carpet, $25200. SHEPHERDSTOWN...Frame rancher featuring 3 bedrooms living room with stone fireplace, finished rec. room anc double car garage. $65,900, HARPERS FERRY...Summer retreat or permanent New appliances in kitchen, iving room with fireplace and large lot: $26,600. BOLIVAR...OIder 2 story home, with 4 bedrooms, living room, dining room and kitchen. Hardwood floors and wall to wall carpet. This is a well kept home and yard, $43,000. 114 EAST WASHINGTON ST. CHARLES TOWNq200541 Russ Collins 826-6514 Doris Huff Van Mater 741 Ma Jo Paddock 876-2763 Terry Benett 25493 Dennis Ellh -2357 Rick Pekar 74165 H. D. Van Mater- Broker Open Weekdays 9.9; S,t, 9-5; Sun. 1-5 r