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Chamber Leader Addresses Crowd Annual Chamber-Farm Bureau Picnic / PERSONALITIES AT PICNIC -- Shown above are the prin- personalities present for the annual Jefferson County Chamber of and Farm Bureau picnic held Wednesday evening, August 23, at Jefferson County Fairgrounds for which the Chamber was the host this They are, left to right -- Mrs. C. C. Hammann, C. C. Hammann, a of the board of directors and a state vice-president of the West Chamber of Commerce; Warren Cooper, president of the West Chamber of Commerce; Douglas Rockwell, president of the local Mrs. Rockwell, Charles "Buddy" Ware, president of the Jefferson Farm Bureau and Mrs. Ware. (Photo by Tim Sinn) , a goodly crowd of rural folks who gathered Y night, August 23, at County Fair for the annual picnic of County Chamber Bureau, was hosted by guest speaker, Warren manager of public af- Kaiser Aluminum, primarily his in being a member of a commission on compensation. the 13 members of only three the employers who fund." The majority of the group represents labor. When he complained to the chairman about the selection of a counsel, the chairman told him of the $8.4 million allotted for the study, they could afford to ap- point a minority counsel. Cooper explained that 1973 was a "good" year for unem- ployment compensation with $7 billion paid out, and he com- pared this amount with the $18 billion paid to about 10 million workers in 1976. He said the chairman of the commission favors federalization of unemployment funds rather than handled state by state, but Cooper-pointed out that the federal government is already $17 trillion in debt without taking on this added burden. He left his audience with this thought, "Have you thought that your grandchildren may be in slavery ?" C-C President Douglas Rock- well was master of ceremonies and introduced special guests. Farm Bureau President Charles "Buddy" Ware introduced of- fleers of the Farm Bureau in- cluding Bernard LeMaster, Martinsburg, vice-president of the State Farm Bureau. C. C. Hammann, member of the board of directors of the state C-C. introduced the speaker. Secretq.,ife Of The CForest WHICH WOOD WORKS FOR WHAT? any qualities determine the choice of a wood for a specific job: weight, density, content, stiffness, toughness or the presence of knots and resin. Woods from like oak and maple are generally used in furniture; woods from trees with needles used mostly for construction or for paper products. woods and their works are derived from material prepared by the St. Regis Company, which--together with the other members of the forest products vitaliy concerned with maintaining the beauty and usefulness of America's hWHITE PINE: Used in Otne construction and for things like masts and .tches boxes and crates, ' Cuts easily in every direc- tion, polishes well and rps or swells little. WHITE OAK: It makes HICKORY: It's unsur- good barrels' because the passed for handles of impact wood is resilient, durable tools like axes and hammers and impermeable to liquids, and for skis because of its Many other uses range hardness, strength, tough- from flooring to fine nessand resiliency. cabinetwork. hardwood for fine ti:,r?r l mtan!::l.iiglii ! and interior panel- because of the beauty of grain, its ability to stay Place after seasoning Today it s used where pro- strength, moderate weight its good machining longed contactwithwateris and capacity for wearing required, smooth. : ," CK: 0 of the i g pins and flooring its most important species for u 6form texture and h paper pulp, it is also used n ss result in resis'tanc for structural lumber and a rasion. The Romans l plywood and for boxes, it for spears and lances, barrels and concrete forms. gE. t_-, There are 9 million boats and , Oo  50 million persons engaged in "---  .recreational boating in the -=- United States, the U.S. Coast SPRUCE: A favorite violin sounding boards ing pins and of its high resonant uniform texture and hard- paper pulp, it is also used it's easy to work ness result in resistance to for structural lumber and in relation to its abrasion. The Romans used plywood and stiffness. Guard says. historian Herodotus wrote that the builders Great Pyramid of Giza lived mainly on garlic ions. )AH SERVICE Far Spraying or Trimming Trees, or Shrubbery, Garden Care Us Today for FREE ESTIMATES SHENANDOAH TREE SERVICE Charles Town, W.Va. - PHONE: 725-2306 AFTER 2 P. M, REMOVING ... TOPPING ... BRACING CAVITY WORK ... CABLING SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 19 THURSDAY AUGUST 31, 1978 l :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: per hundred, up to $73; pigs per P R O T E C T I N (5 Y O U R H E A R T LIVESTOCK SALES Casserole Cooking-Make Two, Freeze One ped spinach, cooked and drained 2 cans (7-ounces each) tuna, drained and flaked 1/4 cup unsifted flour 1-112 teaspoons salt 1/8 teaspoon white pepper 3 cups skim milk 2 jars (15-1/2 ounces each ) Marinara Sauce 1 pound lasagne noodles, cooked and drained Melt 2 tablespoons corn oil margarine in saucepan. Add onion and saute until lightly browned. Measure out 1 cup shredded Mozza- rella cheese and set aside. Combine remaining Mozza. rella with pot cheese, spin- ach, tuna. and sauteed onion. Melt remaining 4 table- spoons margarine in same saucepan. Blend in flour, salt and pepper. Gradually stir in skim milk. Cook over medium heat. stirring, until mixture comes to a boil. Remove from heat. Spread a small amount of Marinare Sauce in the bat- 0 tom of each of two 13 x 9 x 2-inch baking pans. Place a layer of lasagne noodles over sauce. Top with 1/6 of the tuna mixture, 1/6 of the white sauce and about 1/8 of the remaining Marinara Sauce. Beginning with lasagne noodles repeat lay- ers two more times. Top with remaining lasagne noodles and Marinara Sauce. Sprinkle reserved Mozzarella cheese over casseroles. Bake at 375F. 25 to 30 minutes, until hot and bubbling. Makes 2 casseroles, 6 ser- vings each Freezing Instructions: To freeze one casserole, line pan with foil leaving ends extended over sides. Fill pan and wrap well. Freeze until solid. Remove lasagne from pan. Return to freezer for up to 3 months. To serve, peel off foil and place lasagne in baking pan. Thaw in refrigerator over- night. Bake covered at 375 F. 30 minutes; remove cover and bake 30 minutes longer, or until hot and bubbling. Todhy's smart shopper knows how important freezer can be in getting th most for your food dollar. It allows you to buy meat and other items on special, helps you preserve produce from your own garden and aids in avoiding leftovers by packaging foods to fit your family's needs. The freezer can also be a big timesaver. Instead of cooking one meal at a time, cook two and put one in your freezer. Most casse- roles freeze very well if they are wrapped properly. Also, preparing less expensive casseroles (as opposed to quick, but more expensive entrees) at your leisure lets you save money in the long run, When freezing casseroles, line the pan with aluminum foil, fill with food and wrap well. Freeze until solid, then remove from the pan. Freeze prepared food as soon as possible and store at a temperature of 0F. or lower. Be sure to label and date all packages in your freezer to facilitate later use. Casseroles can be stored in the freezer for up to 3 months. Our Tuna Lasagne is a unique variation of an old favorite that's perfect for freezing. Packed with nutri- tious foods (tuna, cheese, milk, spinach) this whole-. some and delicious dish will soon be a household favor- ite. As an added bonus Tuna Lasagne is low in cholesterol and saturated fat since it is prepared with Fleischmann's Corn Oil Margarine, skim milk and low fat cheeses. And isn't it nice knowing. you have another delicious casserole waiting for you in the freezer! TUNA LASAGNE 6 tablespoons Fleisch- mann's Corn Oil Margarine 1 cup chopped onion 8 ounces shredded par- tially skimmed Mozzarella cheese 1 container (12-ounce) pot cheese 2 packages (9-ounces each) frozen chop. THE NEW FARMER'S MARKET Located On U.S. Route 340 East of Charles Town next to Spor- tsman's Lodge has home grown watermelons. cantaloupes, tomatoes, corn, potatoes and other fruits and vegetables for sale WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAM?--The hooved denizen pic- tured above is grazing next to a flowing oil well in Amoco Pt- Also CIDER & HONEY ducflon Company s Sloss field in the southwest corner of Nebras- OPEN SEVEN DAYS WEEKLY ka. The buffalo is a member of a herd being bred in that area. UNDER NEW Amoco Production is a subsidiary.of Standard Oil Company MANAGEMENT gadlBa). ---_- -- - -- _: " I . I Tahiti, Hawaii, IT'S ALL 0 / e Bermuda HERE NOW AT ..--_ i.., RESTAURANT For the pace of staying home v, Located On State Route 9 at Jefferson Avenue New York Style Pizza Fresh Maryland Crabs When Better Swimming In addition to our other Fine Italian Dishes Pools Are Built, LUNCHEON and DINNER Fox will had Them HOURS: TUES.-WED.-THURS.  ( 11:30 AM tO !1.30 PM " ,y// THE Friday g Saturday ,]LL,7 ,,,,,, -- -- ,..,,,, ! 1.30 AM to 12.30 PM .tqPr-.3L'x_ )WIMMIIqI S"NDAYu -- :- 12 to 10 P'M POOL CENTER CLOSR) MOWO, Y 1118 BerrvvilleAve. FOR RESERVATIONS&  ]/l- (across From Nichols) CAR RY OUT I lI/i--';P= " II IJ wee WINCHESTER, VA ........ CALL 125 J3bb ] - 703 - 662 . S017 AUCTION SALE An Antique Gun Auction will be held September 4, at 11 a.m. at the Holiday Inn, Martinsburg, W. Va., on 1-81 and Rt. 9 Intersection. Over 160 old guns, Colts, Kentuekies, swords, military and decorator items from Pat Wright Collection and others. Inspection 10 to 11. Terms: Cash, VISA, Master. Charge. Consignments accepted. Auctions Unlimited P.O. Box 145 Gettysburg, Pa. 17325 Aug. 24-2t i AUGUST SALE... PANELING, PANELING, Silver Reed Selko Electric Portable Typewriter Model 8700 REGULAR $289.95 The quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock .Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, August 28. Receipts of all classes moderate, with a good demand for all classes. Feature of sale was choice steers, top $52. Choice butcher steers, $50 to $52; good butcher steers, $47.50 to $49.50; plain to medium steers, $44 to $47; choice butcher heifers, $48 to $50; good butcher heifers, $45.50 to $47.50; plain to medium heifers, $40 to $45; good bulls, $45 to $47; plain to medium bulls, $40 to $44.75; commercial cows, $39 to $41; utility cows, $36.75 to $38,75; canners and cutters, $32 to $36.50; stocker, feeder steers, $50 to $60; stock and feeder heifers, $40 to $53. Choice to prime calves, $73 to $83; good butcher calves, $62 to $72; medium butcher calves, $51 to $61; thin calves, $50 down; heavy calves, $40 to $55. Good butcher hogs, $49.60 to $50; medium butcher hogs, $49 to $49,50: heavy butcher hogs, $43] to $48.75: butcher sows, $35 to] $41.50; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, $44 to $47; shoats head, up t0 $35; boars, up to $36. 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We do Small Landscaping jobs, such as lawns; Clean Up Debris After Contractors have moved out; Also do home and office cleaning, Do Painting and Wallpaperingl and Window Washing. Write or contact Virginia bndscaping Cleaning Service Aug. 31-tf. Bolivar, W. Va. ...YOUR BUSINESS A FORTREss FOR THE FUTURE? IF NOT CALL US (r SECURITY SYSTEMS CHARLES TOWN/WEST VIRGINIA 25414 30d/725.65S7 L'(USrT ard The ompleto security company FEATURE& Electric Carriage Return 13" Carriage; Correcting t/ space KE'- SET TABULATOR... Repeat Otker $i/ver /to portaMe Typewriter from SSg.SO To Cheese From - Chapman's* = Course. ' understa.d there iS no obligatio., . I o,e ....................................... I Ott's Business Service Typewriter CO" A*S  .................................................... E.Washington St. 127 S. Braddock St. Ioty. Charles Town, W.Va. 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