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Free, Reduced Lunch, Milk Program Adopted By Jefferson Board The Jefferson County Board of Education has announced its policy for free and reduced price meals and free milk for school children who areqmable to pay the full price for meals or milk served in schools which par- ticipate in the National School Lunch or School Breakfast programs or the Special Milk Program. Children from families whose income is at or below the levels shown at the end of this story, are eligible for free and reduced price meals and free milk. In addition, families not meeting this criteria but with other unusual expenses due to: unusually high medical ex- penses; or shelter costs in ex- cess of 30 percent of income: or special education expenses due to the mental or physical con- dition of the child: or disaster or casualty losses are urged to apply for free or reduced price meals. Application forms are being sent to all homes in a letter" to parents. All parents or guar- dians wishing to apply for free or reduced price meals and free milk may fill out the application form sent home by the school. Additional copies of the ap- plication are available to all schools. The information provided on the application is confidential information and will he used only for the purposes of determining eligibility of the child. Application may be submitted at any time during the school year, but must be sub- mitted annually for continued eligibility. Asimple statement of income and family size is required plus a signed certification by the parent or or guardian that the information provided is correct. In certain cases, foster children are also eligible for these benefits. If a family has foster children living with them and wishds to apply for free or reduced price meals and milk for them the school principal should be contacted. Under the provision of the free and reduced price meal and free milk policy the school principal will review applications and determine eligibility. If a parent is dissatisfied with the decision, he may wish to discuss the decision with the principal on an informal basis. If the parent or Family Carnival Set At Mountain Community A family fun carnival will he held Saturday, August 26, at the Mountain Community Center on Mission Road, at the corner of Route 9, six miles east of Charles Town. The fun begins at 11 a.m., with a lunch of one quarter barbecued chicken, a roll and said for $2.25. In the event of rain the car- nival will be held Sunday, August 27, after church. Whittington Family In Saturday Reunion The descendants of Thomas R. and Annabelle Rutherford Eager Beavers 4.Hers Enjoy Lively Meeting The Eager Beavers 4-H Club held their monthly meeting at the home of Valorie Weller on Wednesday, July 19 at 7 p.m. The president, Kim Swartz. opened the meeting with the club singing their 4-H song and pledging their 4-H pledge and the Pledge of Allegiance. Due to the absence of the secretary, Wendy Magaha read the minutes of the last meeting, and roll was called with ten members present. The treasurer, Bobby Cline, gave his report with  balance of $67.61. Jennifer Blackford gave the report on the Birthday Box with a balance of $2.65. Business for the evening was as follows: the club decided to wait until the new year to sell chances on a ham. The club gave a donation of $2.00 to the IFYE; Whittington will hold their 21st $25.00 to the Community Center; annual reunion this Saturday, and $25.00 to the Jefferson August 26, on the F. T. Whit- County Fair. tington grounds at Halltown. A All the members who attended pmnic supper will he served at 5" camp gave a report'about their weeks stay. Wendy Magaha p.m. presented the club with an album to keep all club news and guardian wishes to make a ribbons . Project books and formal complaint, he may make activity records were completed a request either orally or in and turned in. Everyone is to writing to: Judson Romine, have their projects in tolhe fair supervisor, 106 West North Street, Charles Town, W. Va. on Aug. 28 between 12 noon and 8 ).m. 25414, telephone 725-9741, for a hearing to appeal the decision. The county policy contains an outline of the hearing procedures. If a family member becomes unemployed or if family size changes, the family should contact the school to file a new application. Such changes may make the children of the family eligible for reduced price meals. or for additional benefits such as free meals and milk if the family income falls at or below the levels shown below. In the operation of child feeding programs, no child will be discriminated against because of race, color, or national origin. Each school and the office of the county board of education has a copy of the complete policy which may be reviewed by any interested party. Below is the family size in- come criteria chart adopted by the Jefferson County Board of Education in determining the eligibility of students for free and reduced price meals and free milk. Annual Income Annual Income Before Deductions Before Deductions Family For Free Meals For Reduced Size And Free Milk Price Meals One 0 to $ 4,190 $ 4,]91 to S 6,530 Two O to 5,500 5,501 to 8,580 Three 0 tb 6,810 6,811 to I0,630 Four 0 to 8,110 8,111 to 12,660 Five 0 to 9,310 9,311 to 14,530 Six 0 to lO,510 lO,511 to 16,400 Seven 0 to ll,600 ll,601 to 18,100 Eight 0 to 12,690 12,691 to 19,790 Nine 0 to 13,680 13,681 to 21,330 Ten O to 14,660 14,661 to 22,870 Eleven Q to 15,640 15,641 to 24,390 Twelve 0 to 16,510 16,611 to 25,910 lUM',mmmlmlll _ _-_-_ .=:.: - -: NEED A N[W FUEL OIL TANK TNIS SEASON????, COMMUNITY OIL COMPANY CAN INSTALL AN OIL TANK FOR YOU .... . IN YOUI NEW HOME * AS AN EXTRA STORAGE TANK FOR YOUR MOBILE HOME NEEDS t We will Also Sell You a Tank and You May Install it [:or EXTRA SAVINGS. We Wauld Like to Fill Your Tank with That Gad ITGO FUEl. eli or KERO$|N|. Call tm for SPn:lAI. PRICES. [:or the BEST in Qualify Products Call: COMMUNITY OIL CO,., Inc. MARTINSBURG, W.VA CHARLES TOWN AUGUST zsT" sT00l ........... _L005 :_LE_ The club members were given quiz on the project "This is 4- H". Dawn Swartz made a motion to adjourn the meeting and was seconded by Jennifer Blackford. Bobby Cline gave a talk on his project, "Gardening", and Valorie Weller gave a demon- stration on "How to Make An Orange Juice Float". Recreation for the evening was conducted by Ann Ambrose. Think school Refreshments were served by the hostess taken from her LuncPrject'TheheSAugust' '"'SnaCkSmeeung"and- w.,'"mLittle[he think JCPenney. held Monday, Aug. 21, at 6 p.m., for a family picnic and public meeting at the Cahrles Town park. In case of rain it will he held at the Bardane Community Center. FBI Has Positions Open For Qualified High School Grads The Federal Bureau of In- vestigation (FBI) has positions available for qualified high school graduates for em- ployment in Washington, D.C. Applications for these positions are being accepted at the Martirtsburg office of the FBI. If interested, call 263-3421 or write Special Agent, FBI. Department of Justice, P.O. Box 952, Mar-, tinsburg, W. Va. 25401. Positions are available for mail or file clerks, typists, stenographers and messengers. Salaries begin from $7,035 for persons performing clerical duties; $7,930 for typists; and $8,902 for stenographers. Ad- vancement is based on merit and ability with opportunity to earn up to $18,327 per year or higher depending on skill, education and ability. Benefits include paid vacations and sick leave, health insurance, recreational facilities and a chance to meet and work with young people from all parts of the United States. Assistance is available for local housing in the area of Washington. 20%off Underwear. Sale 47 Reg. 59. Girls' bikini brief in assorted bright prints is polyester/ cotton. 4 to 14. Cotton bikini, reg. 79, Sale 63 Sale prices effective through Saturday. ANNUAL PUBLIC SALE From Route 11 at Inwood, W. Va., Turn East on Route 51 -- Travel 3 miles to Ellinger's Market, formerly Haines' -- Turn right -'.2 of a mile to sale -- OR From Charles Town, W. Vs. Take Route 51West to Ellinger's-- Turn left - .2 of a mile to sale MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1978 AT I0;00 A. M. APPROXIMATELY 20 to 25 tractors -- Including Cubs, Fords, John Deere, Internationals, Fergusons, and other nakes -- ALSO - 445 Long diesel with 1500 hours, 3000 Ford 1974 gas with 915 hours, Also we will be offering a good selection of plows, cultivators, wagons, new and used rotary cutters, post hole diggers, discs, wood saw, rakes, baler, grain elevators, and many other farm related articles We will also have a good selection of tools, hand and power -- some household articles, some antiques, and other ar. ticles. SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE. CUZ OF PENNSYLVANIA will be here with a nice load of sewing material for the ladies. NOTE: FARMERS AND DEALERS: THIS IS A CON- SIGNMENT SALE. LET US SELL YOUR SURPLUS FOR YOU. TERMS: CASH. NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR EDGAR A. BOHRER, SALE MANAGER AUCTIONEERS: MORROW AND MILLER CLERKS: WARE, BOHRER, AND BOHRER WE WILL BE SELLING BY NUMBER -- IDEN- TIFICATION REQUIRED. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ON PREMISES LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED Aug. 24-2t COMPLETE DISPERSAL On the farm located 4 miles east of Martinsburg, West Virginia. Turn off Route 9 at High's Store 2 miles east of Mar- tinsburg and follow sale signs. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1978 10:30 A. M. 122 - HEAD Of HOLSTEINS - 122 64 Registered-- 58 Grades 80 Cows and Close Heifers 17 Bred Heifers -- 24 Open Heifers 1 Service Age Bull Five registered daughters of Pawnee Farm Arlinda Chief sell: (EX 94- GM (Plus) 1405M TPI (Plus) 316) Edna -- VG 86 with 19,121M 662F as a 3-yr. old due to Pacemaker. Pride-3-8 305d 20,354M 867F. Dtr by Leo sells with 19,609M as a 2-yr. old. Senia--GP84 4-11 273d 18945M ?86F inc. Due Jan. to Pacemaker. Bred Heifer whose dam is an Astronaut -- Bred Heifer from a UNH Admira! daughter. Other Top Record Animals 8oiling: NUt {n) 4-4 365 21,043 710F due Sept. to Arlinda Chief (nq) 4-5 365 20.800 due sept., sired by Transmitter #APlq' (} 3-5 365 20,050 by Winfarm Rag Apple Magic P (nq) 3-11 346 19,154 626F by Pawnee Farm Milkman MtWI! lm@ 3-I 340 19,196 615F due sale time to Arlinda Chief mI (rag)'. 3-8 278 16,630M inc. dueSept, to Black Eagle LUELI.A (Grade) has 23,953M and 752F bred to Astronaut; dam has 25,146M. N O67(Grade)3-11 333 19,181 651F seUs fresh. Bred Heifer by Elevation, dam an Astronaut dtr with 537F as a 3-yr. old. Also her maternal sister by Jet Stream who is now (plus) 1900M. Service sires include Ransom-Rail Pacemaker, Pawnee Farm Arlinda Chief, Astronaut and other top A.I. sires. This is a young herd based on Curtiss breeding which has great potential in the future. Don't miss this opportunity to invest in sound cattle! DAIRY EQUIPMENT ALSQ SELLING 625-Gai. Girton tank and compressor, DeLaval pipeline met with 4-units, milker pump, automatic washer, etc. Complete for 22 stall ham. Sale Managers: REMSBURG SALE SERVICE RODNEY M. HORST Jdferson, Maryland 21755 Route 5, Box 212 Phone: 301-473-8214 Martinsburg, W. Vs. 25401 Aug. N-It- 20% off 20% off Women s sleepwear. / , I/A Sale $8 to 9.60 Super Cord*jeans "Reg. $I0 to $12' ..Z-.,..) ,)'j Save on pretty nylon/ cotton stretch knit terry . Sale 7.20 sleepers. Zip front and drop , seat. Stripe or solid. Also ,r Reg. $9. Big girls' flare leg Super Cord@ 100% nylo brush   jeans are polyester/cotton. 7 to 14 regular long gown. Rib knit neck ,  and slim. a ndcu ffs in long , ll,  Sale prices eft ectiveth rou'ghS,tu rday. sleeves. Sale  Reg. 7.50. Little girls' flare leg Super Cord  Sizes 3 to 6x. Regular and slim. Special 4.44 Canvas tote. Fashion-trimmed tote doubles as a groat over-sized handbag. Durable rayon in favorite earthtones. 6 for 4.97 Boys' tube socks. Boys' over-the-calf tube Iocks are cool acrylic/stretch nylon. White with stripes, S,M,L. Men's Tube Socks Sie 9 to 14 6/5.70 20%off Boys' tops and Sale2.13 Reg. 2.. Short sleeve crewneck has colorful neck trim on polyester/cotton solids. S,M,L. Sale 5.25 "Reg. $Z Flared western-style Super Cord jeans are polyester/cotton in sizes 3 to 7 regular and slim. Also available in Sizes. - 3 for 2.59 ...... ' Boys' underwear. T-shirts for big and little boys are 100% cotton knit. Sizes 4 to 16 in k' L Ai white only. 20%off Special Men's dress shirts. Sale *8 Reg. $10. Short sleeved polyester/Pima cotton broadcloth in light fashion solids. Sizes 14% to 17. Long sleeve, reg. $12, Sale 9.60 Sale *8 Reg. $10. Short sleeved tone-on-tone stripes in crisp polyester/cotton. Medium spread collar. 14'h to 17. Long sleeve, reg. $12, Sale 9.60 SHOP MON. & FRI. 9T09 TUES., WED., THUR. SAT. - 9 TO S 9.99 Men's jeans. Pre-washed fashion denims with flared legs are 100% cotton. In navy, for 29 to 38. 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