Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
August 3, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 20     (20 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 20     (20 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 3, 1978

Newspaper Archive of Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY. AUGUST 3, 1978 Yearbook Editors At Workshop The editors of the 1978 yearbook of Jefferson High School "Reflections", recently attended a four-day workshop in Winston-Salem, N.C., accompanied by the yearbook sponsor, Harold Chamblin, Jr. They are, left to right, Stephanie Pierson, activities editor; Tim Yates, sports editor; Robin Staubs, activities editor; Julie Perry, senior editor; Stephanie Mickey, editor- in-chief. The Hunter Publishing Company "sponsored the worshop, offering over two hun- dred classes. The Jefferson yearbook staff will start work on this year's edition of "Reflections" this month. Southern States Coop Holds Annual Membership Meeting; Names Officers, Committees Cooper McQuiken and Richard Renaud'of Shepherdstown, were elected to the local Advisory Board-Stockholder Committee at the Southern States Annual Membership meeting held in Shepherdstown on July 24. Over 90 stockholder-members and their families attended the session. John Hendricks, Jr., of Shepherdstown, was named chairman of the local board- committee, while William Griffith of Shepherdstown, was picked as vice-chairman. Elected to the local Southern States Farm Home Advisory Committee. were: Mrs. John Kendig, Sr., of Martinsburg and Mrs. George Rushizky of Shepherdstown. ' Mrs. Jack W. Catrow, Jr., of Shenaoah Junction, was chosen as chairperson of the Farm Home Advisory Corn- mittee while Mrs. John Kendig, Sr., of Martinsburg was named secretary. Richard Renaud of Shepherdstown was chosen as a delegate to represent the local membership at the Southern States Cooperative's 55th Annual Stockholders meeting to be held in November. Gordon Banks of Shepherdstown was named alternate. Carl F. Cromwell, of Win- chester, Va., a member of Southern States Cooperative's regional staff, in reporting on the over-all operations of the co- op for the past year, told the session that volume was over $373 million. His report also stressed the importance of farmer cooperatives in helping farmer-members attain a measm'e of economic security they have nevlr had before. Through cooperatives, farmers 20%off .Super Denim® jeans. Sale 7,20 Reg. $9. Girls' Super Denim® ieans with flare legs. 'olyester/cotton. 7to 14 Sies 4 to 6X Reg. 7.50 Sale 6.00 i i iiiiI i 20% off All'boys outerwear Sale 14 `0 to 22 `0 Reg. lg.00 to 28.00. Find thewarmest winter gear in a wide range of fabrics and weights. Great new looks for dress and play. Sizes 4- 7 and 8- 20. I i i [ i i i 20% ,ff Pre'seas°n (I : , coat sale ;2 Buy now for those cold /. days ahead. Choose trench q l styles, hoods, wrap-  l1 I arounds and more, Pick _J,P] now, pay later. A small  / depos;' holds your choice /("':, J: on layawoy. Super buys for /': */'\\;/, misses, juniors and half//,'\\;/ .1 sizes. /t,i;-: I ' .I LJ have been able to work together to give themselves more control over the economics of farming. Cooperatives function in the competitive free enterprise system in a.way that gives their member-owners the power to exert their influence to develop more favorable markets -- as well as more effectively to control the availability, quality and price of production supplies. They provide member-owners with the tools to exert a greater influence over their own destines in spite of the uncertainties that are so much a part of farming. The report on local operations and services rendered to farmer members was given by W. E. Knode, Jr., manager of W. H. Knode's Sons. His reports in- cluded the use of a number of color slides showing the co-op's present service as well as pic- tures of patrons farming operations. There was also a special recognition ceremony for new board-committee members, Farm Home Advisory Com- mittee members, as well as those from these groups who were retiring. SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss Lillian Myers Dial 725-5168 The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Brinkley are sorry to see him leave Jefferson High as head of the Cougar Varsity basketball program to accept the head coaching post at West Virginia Institute of Technology at. Montgomery. We wish him the best of luck in his new )as.ition. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Russell md family, of Willow Dale, Pa., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kemner. Mrs. Geraldine Danner, of Hagerstown, Md., spent the weekend with her cous!n, Miss Camilla Wiltshireo Miss Marguerite Boyd, of Seattle, Wash., is visiting her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hfeld. Mr. and Mrs. James White and children, of Winchester, Va., spent Saturday with their aunt Mrs. Charles Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. riley Weller have returned home after visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dorchak in East Orange, N.J.I and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. 20%off ,Tops and jeans. Boys' Superwear'" tops and Super Denim® jeans of polyester/cottop For 8-20 4 to 7 Turtleneck, will be $6, Sale 4.80 Long sleeve, will be 7.00, Sale $5.60 Super Denim® dress jeans, reg. 8.50, Sale 6.80 Husky sizes, reg. 9.50, Sale 7.60 iiii ii 2O% All girls' outerwear Sale 14 `0 to 22 `0 Reg. 18" to 28". Lots of cozy-warm styles for big and little g!rls. From fur trim 'looks to popular down-look ski jackets. i 20% off Men's Jackets 80 00 Sale 12 to 36 Orig. 1600 to 45°% Down look parka with nylon shall and contrast trim. S/M/L/XL. and Mrs. Robert Bishop, in B0othwyn, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holden have returned home after a visit with their son and family in Alaska. Mrs. Linda Carney and children of Cincinnati, Ohio, is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Earle Miller. Mrs. Richard Dorchak and children of East Orange, J. J., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. IUey Weller. Mrs. Robert Wagner, of Middletown, Pa., spent the weekend with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Snyder. Her son Michael, who had been visiting here for some weeks, returned home with her. Mrs. Earle Weller, and daughter Tina, Mrs. Ronny Henderson and daughter Rhonda, Debbie Hartlove, Mrs. Elizabeth Rueffler, and Miss Evelyn Hammer are vacationing in Ocean City, Md. Powhatan School Is Still Accepting Applications Powhatan School is still ac- cepting applications for the pre- kindergarten class and for grade 3 for le 1978-79 academic year, according to word released yesterda'y in Boyce by head- master Donald Niemann. In- terested parents are invited to call the school, 837-1009, for further information• Niemann pointed out that the pre-kindergarten was established at Powhatan last September under the direction of Mrs. NancY Leinbach, who is also the regular kindergarten teacher. The enrollment last year was 13. Designed for boys and four years of age, the pre-[ kindergarten will continue to operate during the afternoon from 12:30 to 3 p.m. The curriculum includes art, music, physical education, and a variety of creative activities. Niemann explained that there are several places available in' next year's third grade and that a few vacancies exist in other classes. Admission tests will be administered at the school throughout the summer. Powhatan will continue to run buses to Winchester and Front Royal, and the Berryville bus route will be extended to Charles Town. Think school,, think 20% off All girls' shoesl SALE5 s9 to 1199 Reg. 6"to 14". Save on dress-up styles and casuals'for all the girls. Terrific range of' fabrics, styles and colors• 20% off Women's Casual Shoes Sale 15.1g Reg. 18.99. The perfect jean shoe is natural burnished leather with one piece Kraton® sole; 20% off Women's Casual Shoes Sale 11.99 Reg. 14.99. Oxford and slip-ons have man-made crepe soles for longer wear. Two-inch wedge. Many other Casual Styles Available at 20% off m ii / 20% off All athletic shoes. Sale 319 to 14 39 Reg. 3.99 to 17.99. Whether you're on your way to school, the court, the track or third base, we're ready. With styles and sizes for the whole family. From Cool canvas and nylon to leather. Great , selection of soles, too.,- ,, 20%off All Accent Rugs SALE 2 3 REG. 2.99 21" X 32" 24' X 42"; Reg. 4.99 Side 3.99 27" X 48"; Reg. 6.99 Sale $.$9 Sculptured cut and loop design. Has skid - resistant back. 20% off All boys' shoes. Sale 6 39 to 1 T 9 Reg. 7" to 15". For sports, jeans or dress, select from all our shoes for boys at big savings. / J ii ! !i 20% off Men's casual shoes. Sale 15.19 Reg. 18.99. Chino leather with rugged Kraton® wedge soles and padded collar. 20% off Men's casual shoes. Sale 15.99 Reg. 18.99. Genuine leather in new copper color with Kraton® wedge soles, padded MANY OTHER CASUAL SHOES ON SALE AT 20O/o OFF 20% off All infants' shoes. Sale 3.19 to 9.59 Reg. 3.99 to 11.99. From the basics to the retest styles, save now on all infants shoes. In leather or vinyl, at great savings. 20%off Men's underwear. Sale 1.90 ea. Reg. 2.39. T-Shirts and Briefs in cool, Blue, Navy or Maize. Polyester/Combed cotton. S/M/L/XL or Select Athletic Shirts, Tees, Briefs and Shorts in White. 20% off SALE'/34 REG. 3/4.29 20%o. Men's sportshirts. Sale 2.80 Reg. 3.50. Pocket polo is comfortable cotton Great colors for S,M,L. Men's Sigel : SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY AUG. ON ALL ITEMS EXCEPT FAMILY OUTERWEAR SHOPMoNDAY ANoF.RIDAY9 9 00dCPenney SHOP CATALOG 725 847 TUES. WED. THURS. & SAT. 9 5 BY PHONE "