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August 31, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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August 31, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE " TItURSDAY AUGUST 31, 1978 w In Final Performances last two showings of "Godspell" will be 'and Saturday at the Old Opera House Town. The curtain will rise promptly each evening on this lively musical by Tebelak, based on the gospel ding to St. Matthew. Tickets for "God- under the direction of Robert Angel, are Children twelve years and under half Advance reservations and tickets are )le at the Old Opera House office, 204 George Street, from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 ., Tuesday through Saturday. (Photo by L. E. 1,Ty TniWashington Street, Charles 11O /U Town was among 328 graduates m .. receiving degrees at Emory ( grit S University's summer com- a u, | mencement exercises Saturday, "ul August 19, in Atlanta, Ga. /l)[llgl Miss Ramkey received her master's degree in librarian- Jefferson County of Commerce has ship. that the '"lwin Oak Walter R. Davis, Jr., alumni ainbeat the secretary of the university, Heritage Arts delivered the commencement Festival. address. festival, which has Those who received degrees one of the most joined 39,000 Emory alumni [arts and crafts events living in fifty states and 73 st coast, is largely foreign countries. hy both visitors and Burns Family It will he held rear Perry, W. Va., Friday, erl, 1978.29 through Sunday, Receives MCM P Oak Hammocks of Va., will again be and selling their s which proved to be a at our summer hammocks are three sizes, large, small, with the having a 14' overall Recognition A Jefferson County couple, Richard and Denise Burns, who in partnership with his brothers, operate a 900-acre dairy and beef cattle farm, were recently chosen second runnerup in the material used is a young cooperator program Ured poly-synthetic sponsored by the Maryland is weather resistant Cooperative Milk Producers, eatly reduces the Twelve couples from the area rot, mildew and covered by the cooperative Handsome, kiln competed. clear oak Adjudged the winners were allow you ultimate last year's runner-up, James length and width. In and Betty Stonesifer, of Union luxury hammocks, Bridge, Md. First unners-up weave backpackers were Jay and Illona Hull of mmockchairs Westminster, Md., with the make great Christ- Burns a close third. for someone special. Mountain Heritage Crafts Festival hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m,, through Sunday. to the hundreds of which will be folk music and will and drink will site is welcome to picnic The admission adults and $1,00 through 17 years free parking Please. Ilamky The Burns farm has 120 grade and purebred Holstein milk cows and 60 heifers. In addition to dairying, they have a com- mercial beef cow-calf operation and a cash grain set up. The dairy cows are fed high moisture corn over gilage plus ground feed in the parlor. Richard Burns has served as chairman of the Southern States local board; both are active in Farm Bureau, the Jefferson County Fair and the Presbyterian Church. The Young Cooperator program, instituted sixteen years ago, was held June 23 and 24 at Host Farm in conjunction with the Eighth Annual Penn- marva Young Cooperator Program. Ellis - Ramkey, the Rev. and Mrs. lamkey, 222 East Most people are a little smarter than they seem. :lectrncal , rob ems  00A,tus Commercial & Industrial Wiring & Service STOCKING Many Brand Names of: Devices & Equipment cent & Incadescent Lamps Water Heater Elements & Electric Heaters t4any Popular Types & Sizes of Wire DIAL 725. 5516 MAGAHA, Inc. Irth George St.- Ranson, W.Va. \\; GENEIIAL'STIlRES Saris fc :rion Guaranteed MASON JAR LIDS & RINGS Barrel Tumblers ,50, 75 Watts BULBS FOR ,Slight irregulars of a well known maker. ..- --. Cotton and polyester *''' i' " ' blends BROWN DRIP SOUP-CEREAL BOWLS 6 inch WASH CLOTHS, i *Assorted : : colors MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTHS' & LITTLE GENTS' Bflsketball Shoes [ ":' -/ S .First quality /A.r  eAsrted colors with " stripes and trim __ e6 l:;2shes "151t/::; Gents' $ .Bays' sizes -, PRS. .o.,hS',o,:,. si FORt BOYS' BRUSHED AND DENIM JEANS Slight irregulars Assorted styles and colors $ Sizes 8-18 PR FASHIONABLE MEN'S, BOYS', & YOUTHS' HANDBAGS BASKETBALL : OXFORDS eFirst quality oFull cushion insole ,White with green or blue trim eSies 6-12 MEN'S MEN'S JOGGERS DENIM JEANS First quality and slight irregulars 100% cotfon $ .Sizes 29-38 PR. 0 OPEN LABOR DAY 9 AM til 5 PM SALES STARTS AUG. 31st Charles Town, W.Va. NON-DETERGENT MOTOR OIL 30 weight $  QTS.  FOR ll MEN'S l POCKET T-SHIRTS eSlight irregulars 100% cotton Full cut Reinforced pocket hem $ oSizes S, M,I. ADULT LONGSLEEVE HIRTS Slight irregulars eCotton and acrylic blends - Assorted colors S, M, i,, XI, GIRLS' SHORT SLEEVE KNIT TOPS  }: ,First quality and slight irregular    I  \\; .Asso.ed strips S i zes 7-14 16 PC. BROWN DRIP toneware Set Set Includes: 4 - 10. in. dinner plates 4 - Soup-cereal hols 4 - 7 in. lad-de,t, rt plates 8 oz. coffee mugs $ET