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Leaders ,Jackson's Meeting for volunteer loaders to new leadership be the aim of 4-H from throughout the they convene at their Leaders' Friday, August 4, August 6, at State 4-H Camp ounty's agent for 4-H said that five r leaders from Jef- will be attending luncheon, programs slated for session. honor luncheon, Recognition demand for a]]dasses. [Horse Show SetJ Good butcher steers, $49 to $53.50; plain to medium steers, 00u000000lFor Fairgrounds heifers, $45 to $50; plain to medium heifers, $40 to $44.75; Aug. 6 medium bulls, $40 to $45.75; | commercial cows, $37 to $,39; utility cows, $35 to $36.75; canners and cutters, $30 to $34.75; stacker and feeder steers, $45 to $60; stock and feeder heifers, $40 to $53. Choice to prime calves, $62.50 to $72.50; good butcher calves, $52 to $62; medium butcher calves, $45 to $51; thin calves, $44.75 down; heavy calves, $38 to $50; good lambs, $48 to $52.50. Good butcher hogs, $47 to $47.60; medium butcher hogs, $46.40 to $46.90; heavy butcher bogs, $44 to $46.30; butcher sows, $35 to $39; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, $44 to $46; shoats per hundred, up to $60; pigs per head, up to $45.50; boars, up to $33.. ' tribute to at leader from Nine Jefferson awards include the C[rl AHand" IRflf sol 4-H Award", which[ qkAIIII fllblbVll.lH 6 tganizationsor persons Ms a_ All .,._ ,aide outstanding[tale q-n balllpl on to the 4-HI --" the "West Virginia 4- [ Nine Jefferson girls will meet, learn, and play West Virginia when they attend State 4-H Girls' Camp July 31 through August 4 at Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp near Weston. 'This calnp is a high point for many of Jefferson County's 4-H girls," explains Jim Staley, Jefferson County Extension agent for 4-H programs. Girls' Camp is an exciting way to learn and not just another camp to goto for a few crafts. The theme this year is "Freedom to Be...An Explorer" and the young women will be exploring and learning about a variety of topics. Daily classes include: "Handling Medical Emergen. ties," "College -- Here I Come," "Art," "Exploring Foods For Teen Entertaining," "Tennis," "Weight Reduction, Body Shaping Exercises," "Swim- ming", beginning, in, termediate, and advanced; "Leather Art," and others. A major portion of the 98-hour camp experience will have an international flavor for the young explorers, who daily will bear presentations from special guests. Features include: "An Ex- plorer of the International i Community" by Pat Brown, International Programs, National 4-H Council, Washington, D.C.; "Explore New Zealand" by Neddie Singleton, International Four-H Youth Exc.hangee (IFYE) to New Zealand 'The International Scene Ds Affect You!" by Dorothy Huestis of Steuben- ville, Ohio; and "An In- ternational Fling" by' Peter Hoekstra, IFYE to W. Va. County 4-H Winners" for 1978, nominated for with 4-H girls from throughout al level this year, 4-H Program Which is given to making outstanding to a specific 4-H or area. 'of ceremonies for the be David Williams, in Pocahontas for the learning the how-to's of presentations junior leaders 4-H meetings; 4-H clubs; involving involving 4-H in the charting; b: mower, safety; and others. of the weekend Together Makes It very appropriate for leaders' session Volunteer leaders the the many 4- would be a That's why this takes a little honor all volunteer their groat con- program. County volunteer to attend are Osbourn, Mrs. Mrs. Mary Mrs. Bonnie Barron and grow without the Staley said. anyone with a or just a special ath to me a e or she young Jefferson or girl." The Jefferson County 4-H Saddle Club will hold a horse show Sunday, August 6, at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds, three miles west of Charles Town on the Leetown Road. It will start at 9:30 "a.m. Judges will be Mrs. Debhie Green and Mr. Bob Mclntosh. Cress entering will be per- mitted between English and Western classes. The entry fee wilrbe $2.50 per class. All horses must have proof of current Coggins test (negative) with them. Papers will be checked beforf horses are permitted to enter the fairgrounds. Food will be available during the day. On Monday, July 24, the 4-H Saddle Club held a demon- stration night at the fairgrounds. Excellent demonstrations were given by the members on[good grooming; how to tell your horse's age by his teeth; and how to teach your horse to side pass. The judging team demonstrated the proper methods of judging the best qualities of horses. I [State Round-Up 10f 4-H Attracts County Entries Jefferson County 4-H'ers and their families are readying for the highlight of their 4-H year -- Roundup. In case you don't know any Jefferson County 4-H'ers -- and you obviously don't if you don't know what a Roundup is -- the annual event draws county and area winners in numerous competitive events together to vie for state titles and, in some cases, chances at national scholarships, titles, awards, and trips. Last year, Jefferson County had four first place winners in four categories: But, according to Jim Staley, Jefferson County 4-H Extension agent, all the county's young competitors were winners. These youths, he Said work with a project, such as dairy or clothing for months and sometimes years. "When they pursue an interest in any subject for that long they are truly winners," Staley ex- plained. This year's Roundup will be held August 14 through August 17. Every year it's held at Jackson's Mill, the historic site for many educational and recreational gatherings. Jef- ferson County 4:H'ers will be entered in the State Dairy Show, Public Speaking, Horticulture Identification, Land Judging, Clothing Event, Talent, and i Program has room from the Netherlands,-and Visual Presentation. for volunteers with Trudy Seita who was a West ................................. County 4-H Virginia Caravan leader on a ':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':': i Part of the County tour of the Netherlands. I Hfl;PlTAI MI'II: xtensio " . .. . i,-------,,,... ,-v.=- " n Offme, Other camp activRies will :.:.................................................................... Agent can b include a good grooming event, ........................v..............................,........... Calling 725-6571. chicken barbecue, tribal Patients admitted to Jefferson .:.:........ .......... ;: ..... meetings, and special Memorial Hospital July 27 n throu 23 included '""":':':':':':':':':':":':':':': traditional ceremonies a d gh ,' : C  t| observances. Natalie Sheppard, Harpers .:..:.'............v............... Attending the camp from erry. l .................... :"'":':'''" Jefferson County will be: Lisa Dewey McDonald, Halltown. uOns of the Blue Reed, Jean Reed, Catherine Peter Culley, Summit Point. tock Sales, at Ware, Bonnie James, Dawn Catherine Miller, Kear- , W: Va., Monday, Viands, Paula Frye, Chrissie neysville. ,, tteeeipts of all Payton, Susie Webb, and Angle Esther Kilmer, Kearneysville. h with a good Dafley Angela Johnson, Shenandoah SPECIAL 1977 FORD 1976 I F250SUPERCAB I MAVERICK4.DR. yl., Air Cond., P.S., AM IH]es. LIKE NEW.,,, [ Vinyl top ,-  ,,- ...... ' .... I .,,,,0ooo, vv,, j 4-DR. CORONET ,,.ooo )11, m.l., r.&., OlUe, IY,UUU ,,'-"'""''' .... I miles ITO WAG..O",,_.. I Limited ?o'V.e',P.S., Air, .T., AM Radio, Light '""" I A.T., St00a/n00. ,o,a c0r, Lr0W MILEAGE , ; 1HOMASSEM FOm4ABRUIY, INC. IWS.WlISXST moNi/zl;./im TOWN SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1978 21 JACKSON PERKS POST LEGION AUXILIARY GIVES FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO PURCHASE OF WHEELCHAIR BUS FOR VA CENTER Members of the Auxiliary of Jackson-Perks Post No. 71, American Legion recently gave a big financial assist to a project of providing a wheelchair bus for use at the Baker V.A Center near Martinsburg. And in the above picture, Mr. Joseph Spurgas, Jr., assistant director of the V.A. Center, is shown to the left and Center Director L. V. Billes, is shown to the right, accepting the check from Mrs. Helen Terry and Mrs. Ruth Shaffer, representations of the Legion Auxiliary. Junction. Melanie Lee, Berryville, Va. Irene Conway, Harpers Ferry. Bertha Cole, Charles Town. Charlote Ruby, Kearneysville. Helen Falls, Charles Town. Wilbur Shanholtz, Inwood. Ann Seifort, Cincinatti, Ohio. Ethel Harding, Halltown. Clara Chapple, Riverdate, Md. Elda Ott, Harpers Ferry. Christopher Jackson, Charles Town. George Ford, Charles Town. Mary Silvius, Charles Town. Candace Briggs, Ranson. Christopher Scott, Charles rown. Richard Forsythe, Charles Town. Lewis Fisher, Charles Town. Lee Reed, Charles Town. Laura Wilson, Shepherdstown. Jamia Terrell, Philadelphia, Pa. Tuesday Brown, Ranson. Mary Wagner, Ranson. Rosalie Neuman ..... Mar- tinsburg. Mark Mohr, Kearneysville. Ronald Gray, Harpers Ferry. Trudy Peterson, Charles Town. Shirley Penwell, Kear- neysville. Spencer Smoot, Charles Town. Irene Lease, Ranson. Elsie Hoffmaster. Ranson. Donna Stanhope, Kear- neysville. Charlene Gonzalez, Charles Town. Betty Hough, Charles Town. Jonathan Perry, Woodbridge, Va. Shannon Walters, Charles Canada on Monday, July 17, at Town. about noon. They stopped Hilda South, Charles Town. several times to eat. After Juanita Seal, Charles Town. freshening up each went their Ida Twyman, Restart, Va. own way. Some going to shops Rnsie Harder, Summit Point. and looking the town over, Patricia Wilt, Charles Town. others just relaxed or enjoyed Edith Markley, Kearneysville. Kevin Price, Ranson. Charles Good, Ransom Melody Mitchell, Harpers Ferry. Brenda Mitchell, Harpers Ferry. Frank Bell, Charles Town. Marshall Dillow, Sandy Hook, Md. Christopher Boyd, Summit Point. BIRTHS the pool. Then they visited the falls at night to see them in I color, which was a beautiful sight. LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia request bids on: File 41; Req. No. 4; Spending Unit, Shepherd College; Com- modity, contract to furnish coal; Bid Opening Date and Time Mr. and Mrs. Noland Martin, August I0, 1{)76 at II a.m. Knoxville, Md., a son born July Req. No. 5, Spending Unit 17. Shepherd College; Commodity, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald contract to furnish heating oil; McLaughlin, Frederick, Md., a Bid Opening Date and Time, daughter born July 17. August 10, 1978 at 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin No bids will be considered Manuel, Shenandoah Junction a unless submitted on forms daughter born July 19. prescribed by the Purchasing Mr. and Mrs. Jose Ignacio Division. Specifications Lopez, Bunker Hill, a son born available upon application. July 22. r GLENN R. CUMMINGS, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Davis,  DIRECTOR Koarneysville, a son born July July 27-2t AARP Membem, Friends Back From Bus Trip To Cmda Members and friends of the AARP of Jefferson County en- joyed another bus trip. This time ORDER OF PUBLICATION MAGISTRATE COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Hazel Noreck Rt. 1, Box 59 Charles Town, W. Vs. 25414 Plaintiff Tuesday they took a bus tour with a guide to points of interest. Later after eating again, some visiting the museum and other shows, while some spent the evening relaxing. Wednesday morning they packed to return home, left at 11 a.m. and arrived home about II p.m. Those taking the trip were: Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Lowe, Virginia Hawn Virginia Myers, Virginia Newman, Polly Thomas Virginia Williams, Helen Mercer, Charlotte Reid, Bertha Jones, Mr. and Mrs. James Hough, Deanna and JoAnn Johnston, Virginia, Kathy and Karol McDonald, Wearie Cain, Virginia Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gruber, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- nold Dailey, Idonia Wright, Evelyn Darr, Verona Terry, Alice Sweitzer, Kathleen Oden, Violet Goliday, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Spinks, Edith Peer Helen Terry, Virginia Crider, Alice Hines, Lula Magaha, Esther Healie, Arrahmore Leh- man, Ethel Watson, Stella Tra.cy, Anna Mary Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stokes, Dora Feigley, Clarence Robinson and Lee Brown. Everyone had a wonderful time. Junior Netsmen [Whip Opponents Local tennis players captured all four divisions of play in the Hagerstown tennis'clubs junior tennis tournament held' the week of July 16-23. Carl Jackson downed Kerry Fries in the final of the 16 and under singles division. Kerry Fries topped ORDER oF'PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA MANUEL QUEVEDO Plaintiff V. NANCY ANN QUEVEDO Defendant Civil Action No. 78-C.169 (The object of this suit is to btain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defendant : Nancy Ann Quevedn. It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Nancy Axm Quevedo is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Nancy Ann ! Quevedo serve upon Brunn A. Hamstead, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is PIn. Box 547, Charles Town, West Virginia, an answer, including any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before the 12th day of August, 1978, If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against Powell Owens in the semi-finals. In the 14 ,and under boys singles David Ramsburg defeated Kenny Cameron in the championship match. In the semi-finals Ramsburg downed Kelley Colbert and Cameron topped Rodd Ramey. The 12 and under boys finals found David Didden outlasting Carl Clark in the title match. Ni i i " . i NOTICE The County Commission of Jefferson County is seeking proposals 'on the provision of one (Z) new 1978 Model Pick-up Truck meeting the following specifications: 1, One-half ton capacity 8 ft. bed of "fleet side-style side" design; 2. Gasoline engine of 225- 325 cubic inches displacement; 3. Power steering, automatic transmission, AM radio; 4. Standard interior, rubber floor covering or mats; 5. Standard rear bumper; 6. Spare tire and wheel. Bids on the above vehicle will he accepted until I0:00 A.M. Thursday, August 24, 1978, at which time all bids received will be opened and publicly read. A 1973 Chevrolet pick-up now used by the County Dog Warden will he traded on purchase in an "as-is" condition at the time of delivery of new truck. All bids shall show actual dollar cost to Commission. (New vehicle less trade-in equals cash cost.) In- terested persons should call 725- 7312 to arrange for access to trade in vehicle. The County Commission reserves the right to waive any informality in the bid procedure and to reject any or all bids as the interests of the Commission may require. July 27-1t CALL 735-0 ANYTIME-ANY DAY I bedroom - full basement - 0.45 acre lot - Harpers Ferry. 13t,OOO 3 bedrooms- wall-tcwall car- peting - attached garage. New. $32,5OO 2 bero0ms - 2 acres - Opequon River frontage. $3s,ooo :3 bedrooms - 13/ baths - full basement - split foyer. New. 136,500 2 bedrooms - full basemem - 2 stall barn - 1 acre - Shenandoah River frontage. 137,500 3bedrooms- PossibleA-pt. |nfuH basement -  Acre Lot - At- tached Garage. $4z, 3 bedrooms - wood burning fireplace. 1% Acres. , .oo0 3 bedrooms - 2 baths - wood burning fireplace - 3 acres. Kimberly Evans, Ranson. to Niagara Falls, Canada. They v. you for the relief demanded in the complaint. $50,OO0 Jolm. Myers, Charles Town. left Ranson Sunday night, July MillicentRogers G 3500 Flushi -- - A copy of stud complaint can -. , ..... "  ....... z veoroom Oloer home - arn zor a.tnerme tsorman, Kear- 16 at midnight apd arrived in ngnoau oe ootameo 'zrom the un- oe,vm.  Flint, Michigan ........... 8 horses - 7 acres. Addle Green, Charles Town. I mffi==m==m , 48504 oersgne t;[er a ner omce. $50,000 Ruth Johnson, Rauson. ] ALUMINIIM ,,.,..,_. Entered by the Clerk of said CvA': Court this 6th day of July, 1978 .... - -: .- ..... ;..: .,, Mary Zombro, Charles Town. I "w_ ""'"w"" Alice White, Summit Point.  SIDING No 78.C.384 Ma-'L,,. Ri.,.leman , fi oearoom nrick. - 2 barns - ,u, ....... " ..... Clerk of Court mmhed basement - Tuscawilla Helen Barr, Charles Town. [ Paap .... xne oojec[ oi me aoove en- , Hills July 13 3t Dorothy Simmons, Harpers $ nr.MUUtLING titled action is to collect amy -ot " t58,000 Ferry. $1500.00 for training a four year I d I "  ..... Betty Wilfong, Ranson.  PAINTING damages in the amount of i20Acres 2Barns MobzleHome Stanley Bailey,* Charles Town.  l&lllll old filly, to-wit: Natchos, by I ||['[i[l[[O | i fen " " ' Raymond Peterson, Charles  I Nascon out of Little Mohan, for J nlavil=li=l J I" ctm. Town * , . . PHONE. 725- 6113 [ C;;I;;-" ] PHnNF'725 --- -- the period January 20, 1978 to J .ll|,l/tlU l $80,000 Gall Przce, Kearneysville. June 20, 1978. I OKH|It= I '3 " -----------" Robert 00eel, Charles Town | 'own,00 , full ba.ment Ramona Shaft, Millville.  fld?dt tilcPilna:hi'? abcYoantha:i I I N.o.e. Robin.It, Jr. ! Iduble garage - 5% acres. the defendant, Milllcent Rogers, II II " -  is a non-resident of the State of j I =IFL 4r141 ql i [ 4 hedromn home 3 : "= - STUCK &ALGER west Virginia, it isordered that [I Og1=qlldl II i[ . " tmz- .: Mildred Street Millicent Rogers do serve uponll -... -.-. II - :=,.o L Pharmacy, inc. Peter H. Dougherty, Magistrate II I-Z.illO J[ : . of Jefferson County, i whose Jl .... = lJ '  address is County Building, II June l4t. l ] ve will build '/ "house on : ourlot" Charles Town, W. Va, 25414 an I . I ,, Y z, . answer or other defense to the J-- i Ask HoMe" complaint filed in this action on [i " "[ tail "HOBIE ' or before August 5, 1978, []  Plii V Ill m. otherwise judgment by default I  | IWJ ][ II "HOeE"V, LLAMS will be taken against you at any [] .. ...... ; - - . I1 RE'ALW * time thereafter. A copy of said ! t.onsTrUCTiOn to. II car ow,,,w v, complaint can he obtained from [] &MPM&tT P&VIM@. " , , the undersigned Clerk at his [] "-'n''-- IJ, ........ ,,,, office ! .;;=:7=. Illi ..m,: Entered by the Clerk of said [] i, Almmu tOl i Court June 30, |978. [] ROADS l[ RogerE.Clipp, Ill IIwalm-.a  II CAN HELP July 13"3t-pd 1 OM$UIIIF i  Clerkof Court I !/YOUS00LL n ealth and Beauty... a e[ _ aru_ x_own 1 [] Mar. 31-tf- Hobart O. Williams, They Go Hand-m-Hand [ We offer our customers a complete [ line of non-allergenic cosmetics ] made froa pure natural Ingredl- J ents for your special protechon STUCK ALGER Pharmacy, Inc. J DIAL725-2621 Charles Town | HOURS: Daily 8:30 a.m. to I0 p.m. = ----- = L Sundays- 12 to I:0O p.m. :! i i