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10 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1978 Dixie Melody Boys At Fair As usual, there's lots of great entertainment planned for the 26th annual Jefferson County Fair, Monday, August 26 through Saturday, September 2, at the fairgrounds on the Leetown Road west of the Leetown Road west of Charles Townl One of the top attractions, scheduled to appear Friday evening, September 1,' in conjunction with Bob Gallion and Pattie Powell, is the Dixie Melody Boys, seven young men who have gained prominence in the field of gospel music. They'll be singing in the fair's grand- stand presentation, free to all those who pay the general admission of $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for children. SHENANDOAH 'JUNCTION  Miss Lillian Myers Dial 725-5168 Richard F. Noel, one of the two pilots killed Wednesday near Richmond with Virginia Republican Senate candidate Richard D. Obenshain, was the Work son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Neel, of Martinsburg. Mr. and daughter in Silver Spring, Md. Miss Marguerite Boyd has returned to her home in Seattle Wash., after having spent two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hosfeld. Teachers Taking Ieart Leadership. I Conference I Mrs: Neel were residents of the' Junction when his father, the Rev. Richard F. Noel, wa," pastor of Williams Memorial Church. Much sympathy is extended to the family. The Rev. and Mrs. Dargan Lucas and son of Cumberland, Md., are visiting their aunt, Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. Webb, of West Port, Conn., spent the weekend with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Alvey Ebersole. Dixie Webb and Joyce Wabiel, who had been spending two weeks here, returned home with them. Mrs. Leo Stickel has returned home after spending a week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shank and Teacher leaders from, across the state will participate in a summer leadership work con- ference at Davis and Elkins College Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 10, ll, 12. The event is sponsored by the West Virginia Education Association (WVEA) and the Association of Classroom Teachers. Participants will include teachers who serve as presidents, vice presidents, membership chairpersons of county education associations, )residents of classroom teacher organizations, members of statewide committtees, and members of the WVEA political action committee Attending the conference from this Eastern Panhandle are: Jefferson County -- P. Douglas Perks, Tom Lange and Bill Kline. Berkeley County -- 'Bob Cribbs, Dennis Mazingo, Ran Whetzel, Sally Greenfield, Sylvia Kesecker and Beatrice Nell. Morgan County -- Linda Martin, Gene Mahoney and Ed Floyd "We chose Davis and Elkins College because of its central location and because it offered excellent facilities to house, feed and hold a large number of concurrent work sessions, all in a campus atmosphere," Er- malee Boice, WVEA president, said. "The purpose of the con- ference," according to Don Crislip, acting executive secretary, "is to help local association officers get organized for the next school year and to work on the association's various programs." The conference is directed by the governing boards of the two Dist,ct Commander Pays Surprise Visit To Local VFW Post Post 3522, Veterans of Foreign Wars and its auxiliary were favored with a surprise visit Sunday, July 30, by the new District Commander, Jack Welsh, of Fort Ashby Post 6667 in Mineral County. Commander Welsh, who is making it a point to visit all VFW posts in his district to determine their needs and devise ways to improve membership, was greeted by Post 3522 Com- mander Carl Nutter; and Auxiliary President Beverly Jones. Also present was Senior Vice-Commander Don Oden Quartermaster William Bayer and Mrs. Esther aden. Officers of the local post have issued a reminder that dues for the 1978-79 fiscal year are due and should be paid as quickly as possible. teacher organizations assisted by the WVEA staff andl$239 883 Grant representatives from the | National Education Association. State Parks, Forests I ss Up Math, Offer Camping Sites ReadingProgram At Reasonable Prices The best vacation buy inWest Virginia this summer may be a camping trip to one of the state parks or forests. "For only a few dollars a family can enjoy a weekend or week-long vacation at one of our parks if they enjoy tent or trailer camping," says Tom Murphy of the Department of Natural Resources. "Unlike cabins and lodges which are often booked a year in advance, campsites are available on a first-come, first- served basis," says Murphy. "Several facilities, including Twin Falls State Park and Greenbrier State Forest, have had empty sites most of the summer." West Virginia's park system offers hundreds of camping sites in a variety of settings. A complete list of camping facility and their rates can be obtained by writing: In- formation and Education Divish)n, Department of Natural Resources, State Capitol, Charleston, W. Va. 25305 or by calling 348-3381. The Jefferson County Board of Education received an Elementary Secondary Education Act (ESEA Title I) grant of $239,883. This in- formation of approval was received from Dr. Daniel B. Taylor, State Superintendent of Schools of West Virginia on July 31, 1978. The program will serve the eligible schools in compensatory reading and mathematics. Students needing assistance in grades one and two will be assisted by tutorial aides under the direction of the classroom teacher. The mathematics program is in eligible schools in grades four, five and six. This is a combination "pull-out" program and classroom teacher directed aide program. An advisory council for Title I will he meeting on the following dates during the school year: September 20, October 18, February 21 and April 18. A public announcement will be made in advance of the meetings as determined by the advisory council. "Green wood makes a hot fire." English Proverb ann,versary All Week Celebration 1 lth thr_u August 19th o _/  i save Yogll on battery on LPS II charger 42 WESTERN AUTO ,$34,99 best 4-Ply with exchange Polyester Tire reg $42.99 airtight /-'_ L boys and .IL]] k I -], girls  I ! / [ bicycles ttOI) SALE save s20 SALE wvqlr on 15 cu. ft. Freezer g. s309oo reg. e329--  reg.*79" CED PRICES ON MANY OTHER ITEMS SAWDUST DAY August 12 HOMELITE CHAINSAW DEMONSTRATION ALL DAY SATURDAY AUGUST 12 s15.00 WOODCuTTER'S K!T FREE I with the purchase of a new chamsaw DOOR P00ig GI---V-[-N WF.00RN AUTO J.E. SENSENEY and SONS 120 W.Washington street CHARLES TOWN,- 725- 7316 i/ S/Sgt. Jenkins Army Recruiter S-Sgt. Robert E. Jenkins, above, who was born and reared in Summit Point, has been assigned as a U.S. Army Recruiter for Jefferson County and Clarke County, Va. Sergeant Jenkins attended Charles Town High School and graduated from Baylor University, Waco, Texas, in 1978. He enlisted in the Army in 1969 and since that time has served a year in Vietnam where he was decorated with the Bronze Star; as an X-ray instructor at the Academy of Health Sciences, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; and as chief medical technologist in i charge of the Aerobioiogy the Community College of the Mennonite College's Division at Fort Detrick, Md. Air Force. nursing program for The U.S. Army Recruiting Theairman, a 1971 graduate of nurses. Office for both Jefferson and Keyser High School, attended The program, to be held Clarke Counties is located in the Eastern Christian College, Bel Shenandoah College in basement floor of the Charles Air, Md., and Shepherd College, chester, Va., will not Town Pestoffice, telephone 725- Shepherdstown. His wife, at least 10 students have 3064. Or, Sergeant Jenkins may Earlene, is the daughter of Mrs. pleted application be contacted at his home at 725- Leota Farmer of 809 Bowers that date. Michael McCabe Completes Course At I Sheppard Air Base If You Have Electrical Problems CALL US MAGAHA, Inc. 3564. Street, Martinsburg. Bob and his wife, the former Registration Deadline Cathy Propps of Charles Town, 1o EMC ]ill  _ School now reside in Tuscawilla Hills ItUalng with their two chilaen, eaula Set Fdday, August 11 and Rabble. August 11 is the deadline for fall admission to Eastern WICHITA FALI, Tex. -- Air National Guard Airman Michael R. McCabe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCabe of Keyser, W. Va., has graduated at Sheppard AFB, Tex., from the U.S. Air Force technical training course for electricians. Airman McCabe, now trained to install and maintain interior and exterior electrical systems and equipment, is returning to his West Virginia ANG unit at Martinsburg. Completion of the course earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through SPECIALIZING IN Commercial g Industrial Wiring g Service STOCKING Many Brand Names of: Electrical Devices & Equipment FIourescent & Incadescent Lamps Water Heater Elements & Electric Heaters And 4any Popular Types & Sizes of Wire DIAL 725- 5516 MAGAHA, Inc. North George St.- Ranson, W.Va. More information is by contacting Phyllis EMC's nursing 703-433-2771, ext. 325 or A housewife wl her house is DAIRY CAITLE AUCTION On the James G. Trout farm located at 10104 Dublin near Waikersville, in Frederick County, Maryland. Frederick take Route 15 north to Biggs Ford Road miles), turn left, go 1'2 miles, turn left on Dublin Road. WalkersviUe take Biggs Ford Road to Dublin Road follow sale signs. FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11 7:30 P.M. 75 HEAD OF HOLSTEINS 75 15 Registered- 60 Grades ' Plenty of Base Milk - Nearly All Fresh Springing The Registered Ones Include: l.An Astronaut bred heifer due in August with first :a making a good record, granddam has 19,130 4.2 797. 2.A Betterway Rear Admiral bred heifer from a 3y 15,624 4.1 644. Due in August. 3.A Cotterdale Astronaut King bred heifer whose dam 17,370 3.8 667. Due early August. All above animals are bred to a son of Cotterdale ,s King from a Citation R Maple dtr. with 20,000M 4.A Round Oak Rag Apple Elevation fr{ with first c a Charm dam, granddam by Marquis has 18,830 4.0 749. 5.A GP 82 5-yr old fresh with a heifer calf and over 80 lbs. 6.An A Citation Sovereign 4-yr old due just after sale to a: of the EX 95 Wilbar Peachum Content cow. 7. A Paclamar Triune Needle due in September, Astronaut and granddam has 3 records over 500F. Others include a 4-yr old with 537F, a very nice C Royal Dean due at sale time, and a Cornerset e Medalist from a good record Downal - she's fresh with a heifer calf by a Selling Rockman an EX cow. Several others with good pedigrees. THE GRADES Include young cows milking up to 80 lbs. with good lots of dairyness and springers that are quite Three loads of COWS from Central and We,, a load of Wisconsin cows selling. Terms: Cash Not Responsible for Note: This is the largest group of cows with more than we have ever sold in any prev!ous sale. Fr more information contact: REMSBURG SALE SERVICE TOM KOLB Jefferson, Maryland 21755 1141 Coppermine Phone: 301-473-8214 Woodsboro, M ir A.Doty Remsburg, Auctioneer Phone: 301- 9[ Norman D. Hi!l, Announcements Denny Remsburg & James Trout, Ringmen August 10- as NOW I'00'E GOT IT! I smile all the wayto That's where I can get the BIG !iu;b!i* i!;ili i!!  fs, a eway ram efiill 6% certificates to 72-month 7Yz% certificates. Of course, the law requires a penalty for early with- drawal, but that doesn't worry me, because I want my money to keep on working-getting me that big Jefferson Security interest. That's why I smile all the way to this bank. NOTE: Minimum deposits of $500.O0, increased in ments of $100.00, except for the 7'A% certificate years, where the minimum deposit is $5,000.00 and uP increments of $100.00. Bank MEMBER RD.I.C. TELEPHONE 876-2501 P / d