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The Wonderful Wodd Of ues At Race Track clubhouse Downs its doors again for the Antiques Show on 12 and 13. from many this fine for sale an ex- riety of quality an- 18th and early American and COuntry and period fine accessories and cut glass, beautiful: tiques of Harpers Ferry, as one of the many items to he exhibited. For those who may wish to buy now and pay later, both Visa and Master Charge will he honored at most booths. In addition a $25.00 Gift Certificate redeemable at any booth during the show, will he awarded daily. A snack bar will be open during show hours. Show hours will he from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and from 1 p.m. to held this Saturday and Sunday in Brunswick, Md. The First Marine Band will be the top attraction in a Saturday afternoon parade that moves out at 1:30 p.m. The band is not affiliated with the U.S. Marines, but is a volunteer group costumed in the era of the War Between the States. It will give a concert after the parade. Other units in the parade will include the Brunswick High School hand, the street "train" carrying the Queen, Prince and Princess of the festival, Point of Rocks majorettes, antique cars, The Accents, Potomac Valley Youth Association teams, the1312 West King Street in Mar- Firecrackers majorettes from [ tinsburg. Lovettsville, Va., the midget football team and i,00lExp o And Sale cheerleaders and majorettes ' from Frederick. The horseshoe pitching lFor Charolais tournament will be held both Saturday and Sunday at the erican gin "me' Suth ICattle Planned Maple Avenue, near the west- the Governor's Regional office in Martinsburg, has been named honorary chairman of the Tri- County Kidney Foundation. Judy Minghini, of Jones Spring, is chairman of this year's fund drive, and committee members. are serving from all three counties. The air-conditioned Lakewood Club is on Hillside Lake Road, just off Route 9, east of Mar- tinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. David Boyd, owners of the club, are donating the club for this special evening. Tickets may be obtained by calling 263-9441 or in parson at bound railroad station. Com- petition will begin at 1:00 p.m. each day, with singles on Saturday and doubles on Sun- day. Entrance fee will be $5 per person, attractive trophies will he awarded in each division. Another popular event will he the square dance featuring The Roundhouse Eight It will he held Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. on West Potomac Street. Danny Miller will be the caller for this colorfully costumed group which originated as a result of Brunswick's Diamond Jubilee Celebration in 1965. Tri-State Kidney Foundation To Hold DanceSunday antique jewelry, 6 p.m. on Sunday, the last day. rugs and carpets, There is ample free parking. Porcelain, fineitemsPrints L-runswick H Id:and  O Final plans are heing made quilts, and S for the benefit dance at . Lakewood Club on August 13 for IRiver Festival t Tri-State Kidney Faun- Federal secretary, C. dation. cherry, pine and _ The public is invited to attend withBirdsEyemapleJFa|'P This Week dance and support the drawer fronts and [zvv . opening of the fund drive for !. inlay and[ A parade, horseshoe pitching, Morgan, Berkeley and Jefferson ang aria original[ square dancing and other events Counties. Donations for the Will be exhibited for[will feature the Tenth Annual dance are $15 a couple. Music and entertainment will be[ Mary Longsworth An-Ipotoma c River Festival to he provided by Damion and the[ Classics for the dance, to he held t from 9 until I. J IC SALE OF FINE .Carolyn Snyder, director of' parsons, w. va. -- Two major fall events were detailed in a meeting of the general mem- hership of the West Virginia Charolais Association, reports President Stelman Harper, of Parsons. Charolais, popularly identified as large, white beef cattle, are to be the featured cattle at the West Virginia Food and Agriculture Exposition in the Charleston Civic Center, September 7-9. A number of the same cattle will go on the sale block at Jackson's Mill, Sep- tember 23. Each annual "Governor's Exposition" emphasizes a different breed of stock raised in West Virginia, with the mem- bers of the association promoting that breed taking charge of arrangements. This year members of the Charolais Association are preparing their top quality stock for display and prize competition. Around $2,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to Charolais entries. William Bush of Gallipolis, Ohio, a certified national judge, will select winners and explain to the audience his reasons for the selections. At the ninth annual Fall Breeders' Sale, September 23, at Jackson's Mill around 60 head of bulls, heifers, and cows with calves of both French and DAIRY COWS CALL . FOR iK '' . We Handle All Concrete HOLSTEIN CATTLE AUCTION Jobs Professionally THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1978 . CARPORTS, PATIOS. DRIVEWAYS 7:30 P.M. SIDEWALKS* BASEMENT FLOORS Maryland Farm located pne-half mile Northwest of POURING - FINISHING on Route 550, Frederick County. TOP QUALITY HOLSTEINS 125 REGISTERED AND GRADES consist of about 50 head of Purebreds selected torn the best herds we know of in New York, Penn- k, Wisconsin and Maryland. We really tried to select best breeding and type we could bt, close,or just to 75 good top Grade cows from Wisconsin and All young, good under dairy type. MENTION: A 4 year old V.G. 87 point Round Apple.Elevatiun daughter, Bred 10-27-77 to Arlinda Ltn over 1900+, as 2.2 month 308 day 13561 Milk*4.0 3.01 month 340 days 15808 Milk 3.8 percent 607 2112, Grand Dam as 3.3 month 365 days 2 x 5.0 604 Fat, a 5 year old V. G. 87 point Bred 12-20-77 to Wapa Arlinda r, as 305 days 12847 Milk 3.6 percent 466 }P Paclamar Astronaut, Bred 12-I-77 to Ideal Leader, as 2 year old 305 days 14373 Milk 3.7 525 Fat, her dam GP 81 Sunnyside Standout ys 20,405 Milk 3.6 percent 734 points, Fresh 7-8-78 as a 15847 Milk 4.4 percent 702 Fat. Her dam year old 305 days 16091 Milk 4.0 percent 638 Fat. Mose Pride daughter, GP 84 points as a 2 year 12884 Milk 4.1 percent 523 Fat, her dam as a 5 18,383 Milk 4.1 percent 750 Fat Bred 10-25-77 Aristocrat. A 5 year old 86 point Dan-Ver daughter, Bred 11-11-77 to Willow Farm Rock- as a 4 year old 305 days 16304 Milk 4.0 percent' 3 year old 328 days 14595 Milk 4.8 percent 707 Fat, ys 21407 Milk 4.4 percent 953 old Paclamar Bootmaker daughter, VG 85 11-14-78 to Round Oak Apollo Virginian, as a 3 days 15347 Milk 3.9 percent 598 Fat Inc. Proj. VG 88 points as 16 years as a 4.2 month 337 Milk 3.6 pe'cent 635 Fat. A 3 year old Whirlhill Bred 10-27-77 to Round Oak Rag Apple as a 5 year old 365 days 20130 her record at 2.6 month 299 days 13742 Milk 460 ear old Paclamar Astronaut Bred 11-19-77 to her dam a Round Oak Rag Apple as a 4 year 01d proj. 305 days 21300 Milk 907 Fat. if you need good cows or heifers, Purebred or show you some of the finest you will see in Ptrebred heifer calves will he sold also, SALE MANAGER on day of Sale. for accidents. Auctioneer Pedigrees achter, Clerk HOME FARM: 621 Willow Road Lancaster, Pa. 17601 (717) 393-7459 dARYLAND FARM: R.D. I, Woodsboro, Md. 21798 (301) 898-772O FREE TURF CONCRETE Estimates PRODUCTS Division of lurf Enterprises Ph. 725-7612or 725-9233 - Clmrles Town, W.Vo. PUBLIC AUCTION OF Antiques & Furniture I will sell the following located 1 miles south of Charles Town, W. Va., on Route 340 across from Byrd's Roadside park. 9/z miles North of BerryviUe, Va., on Rt. 340. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1978 BEGINNING AT TO:D0 A. M. Oak buffet carved, oak sineboard, wooden ice box, oak table, 2 leaves; wooden churn, 5 butter prints, 2 oak dressers, 5 drawer oak chest, 5 pc. mahogany parlor suite, 3 cane bottom chairs, oak chair w-leather back, 2 oak tables, needs repairs; Victorian dresser, piano stool, vanity stool, piano bench, small maple table, oak stand, rocker, wicker sofa, straight back chairs, end table, 2 single iron beds, 1 w-brass knobs; 3 wooden single beds, wooden double bed, trunks, old radio, B & W T.V., 21 cu. ft. upright deep freeze, metal ice box, picture of Harpers Ferry, 5 mother of pearl pictures, other pictures, mantel clock, set of Coke bottles representing every state, White House vinegar jugs, apple pie ridge bot- tles, Harpers Ferry bottles, Avon bottles, other bottles, brass steam engine whistle, large and small brass hand scales, iron stone china wash bowl and pitcher set, Dep. glass, German glass, other glassware, snuff jars, candy cans, kerosene lamps, pewter set, set of silverware, large iron pot, 4 iron griddles, 3 flatirons, iron inuffin pan, iron dutch oven, Mr. Coffee maker, cherry seeder, crocks, 1 Strasburg; R. R. lantern, other lanterns, shoe lasts, wooden mug, tack puller, books, old seed sower, glass top jars, hames, single trees, milk cans, stainless steel sink, cast iron sink, large grind- stone, hot water heater, oil furnace w-two motors, 2 old welI pumps, 2 push mowers, metal spike tooth harrow, corn shellar, I electric rata broil-fryer and cooker 1 electric deep fat fryer, 1 electric toaster, 4 slices bread, new; 1 electric toaster 2 slices bread; 1 electric skillet, 1 electric corn popper, 2 electric coffee percolators, 1 oak marble top wash stand, I oak marble top dresser with bevel mirror; 1 larger mirror. A lot of articles too numerous to mention Terms: Cash. Nothing to be moved until settled for. W. D. Orndorff-Auet. 1-703-955-2632 Helen & Luther J. Coulter Not responsible for accidents on premises. Lunch rights. Aug. 3-2t dondestic bloodlines will he old. Robert L. Fancher, Shinnston, is sale chairman, and Spiker Sales and Service, Weston, will be in charge of the auction. A club calf sale will precede the main event. Plans are underway for a banquet Friday, September 22, preceding the annual sale. k & P. Stores Will Once Again Offer Trading SUmps MONTVALE, N. J. -- Some 447 A&P supermarkets in the midwest and east today begin offering trading stamps as another step in the company's continuing campaign to attract customers by "giving a little something extra," according to Jonathan L. Scott, A&P chair- man. He said recent surveys demonstrate that consumers are once again receptive to trading stamps. "Today's shopper is ex- tremely price conscious and wants to get as much for her money as possible. Our popular 'Economy Corner' and 'Action Prices' programs and the new trading stamp offering help meet this consumer challenge," scott said. The "Economy Corner" program features unbranded food and general merchandise products priced as much as 30 percent below national brands. The "Action Prices" program passes along to consumers savings the company has made special purchases of various products. Scott said sales increases generated by the consumer campaign "will more than offset the cost of giving customers that little something extra. A&P across - the - board prices will remain fully competitive and our traditional food quality standards will be maintained," he said. In the midwest, S&H Green Stamps are being offered in the company's 119 Chicago Division stores and the 46 stores of the Milwaukee Division. In the east, Gold Bond Stamps are available in the 282 stores of the. company's Boston, Springfield, Albany-Scranton, Altoona and Pittsburgh divisions. Poor health is an alibi more often than a fact. Mountaineer *Hers Hold July Meeting The Mountaineer 4-H Club held its monthly meeting Wednesday, July 19, at the home of Geri and Lucy Burnham, on Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town. The meeting began at 3 p.m. with the former president William Johnson calling for the 4-H pledge and song. Then secretary Dawn Viands called the roll and then the minutes of the last meeting were read .and approved. The meeting con- tinued and then ended with some reports on the Tri-County 4-H camp of which some of the members had attended. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 0 THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1978 After the meeting thel HOMEMAKERS TO MEET Mountaineers had a cook-out [ The Leetown Extension which lasted till 5 p.m The next ] Homemakers Club will meet in meeting is planned for'August 161 the lobby of the Cliffside at the home of Mrs. Lindal Restaurant at 12 noon Wed- Johnson. ' I nesday, August 16, for their dutch treat luncheon. Ill II (304- 876- 6198 SPLIT 00IL R.W. WEESE BOX 65 Shepherdstown, W.Va. E,O.W. I ill ill i I.. of D,D Body Works 409 West Liberty St. - Charles Town ... We Are Collision Experts ... We do all types of paint and Body work ... Also Experts In Mechanical Tune-ups And Car Repairs We Also Can Handle All Types of Insurance Claims On Car Work Open Daily Monday through Saturday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Charles Town's Newest Business Enterprise D & D BODY WORKS David Bell and Dan Weber, owners & Operators August 10- IT-Pd. LADIES' ENDS SATURDAY, AUGUST 12th LAST 6 DAYS OF SALE! FINAL DRASTIC REDUCTIONS, SAVE UP TO 75% ON QUALITY LADIES' SHOES 00.slO s151 Limited Time Onlyl None-Higher I,..., ... , ,"  ,o.,,wo., --Lady Florsheim --Clark's O! England ,tCELI, n" --Fashion Craft --Naturalizer  0 me --Viner --Keds --Dexter  r:adl sat. --Miss Wonderful --Pappagallo --Bass --Dunham Sandals I 1 GIGANTIC CLEARANCE MOST ALL SIZ[S ON OVM $0OO PAILS of RB)UCED.. :. 4 lkroqk 12 LADIES' DRESS and AUA Ikm l| CASUAL SHOES, end SANDALS ItoreHoum Ail shoes ore on racks end in Men.rod Pd.1o 9 OtherOeysqMlOfo| dlvidually priced for eow selection end foot service. 0 Wilkln8'  " ,. 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