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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 7 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1978 lanning Commission mmends Alternate Study Proposals Jefferson County Plan- acting upon a from the Jefferson Commission, has that the firm conducting the study concentrate basic target areas in information on the size and cost of major lines, lift stations and plants. recommendations, sub- in a letter to the com- i by Director of Planning Beckett call for con- on three alternative the primary target in Plan Number 2, Commission by Pritchard of Howard, Tammen and three alternative areas in an almost equal area the towns of Charles and Ranson. The one extends farther lies west- toward Leetown. is no target date set for , the largest, but there is of 1990 for Area B; target date of 1980 for extends only short beyond the town lines. goes on to suggest )r the moment, con- of secondary study such as Shenandoah Millville and other points to be set aside primary target area completed. county commission has the recommendations at at a special meeting group, and plans in the near future. Ring to other matters by the county cam- last Thursday, the full heard a proposal system County Cour- e, submitted by Mike akey, communications for General Company of the who first outlined of a centralized together with rous controlling then went on to that the utilization of :System would not cost the as much, or very little than it js currently said that if the county pays cash for the installation the cost would be $26,000. However, the county could opt to pay for the system in a five year period at a cost of about $1,154 per month, in- cluding all charges; for seven years at about $1,047 a month; or for ten years at about $900 a month. It was also noted that it will be necessary to hire an operator, who may spend full-time or only part-time on the switchboard, depending upon the number of calls handled. The commission took no ,action, saying it would in- vestigate the matter further. In other actions, the com- mission agreed to buy a modesty drape for the platform in the circuit court room, for $178 from Hall's Upholstery Shop: pur- chased a pick-up truck from Clendening Motors for the dog warden on Clendening's low bid of $3,696; received bids on fuel oil, gasoline and diesel fuel, but took no action; received a report from the health department on conditions at the county jail; heard a report on proposed legislation that would provide counties with the power to require citizen participation in solid waste collection programs, with appropriate fees; and were told the last coal severance tax yielded the county only $718.78. A request from the Blue Ridge Fire Department that it he permitted to disperse its equipment to provide speedier responses to alarms was set aside until the commission can confer with the Jefferson County Fire Association. In an executive session held Thursday afternoon, the responsibilities of the county dog warden were spelled out in detail in a meeting between the commissioners, Dog Warden Cecil Boyd and Prosecuting Attorney Robert Skinner. qrNP" Nr'P" "v-r "qlr-qv ",qr'v - LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke + Dial 725-8309 ibbibbbbbb By Ruth B. Locke Mrs. Edward Dunbar and Mrs. James S. Locke visited Mrs. Albert Butler at Corning on Wednesday morning. Robert Sagers, Medria, Ohio made a short visit in Leetown on TRI-STATE WELDING MACHINE CO., INC. branch of the Tri-State Welding & Machine Inc. of Frederick, Md. Has just been on State Route 9 near Kearneysville, W. L,, just to the rear of the Burgerhaus AND WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING FIRST CLASS SRVICSS: - Skep Relmk - Service of Steel. Aluminvm & Stdnleu Porladde Welding Eqvipment. Ornamental Ironwork mad SHOP HOURS are 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday thru Saturday SHOP LOCATION IS: Rt. 9 - Kearneysville, W. Va. 25430 Mailing Address - P. O. Box 565" Charles Town, W. Va. Thursday. He visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Starliper and Frank Gardner's. Its official, "The No Name" House Extension Club is no@ the Lady Fairfax House Extension Club, Since Lord Fairfax once owned all of Jefferson County, we thought that would he an appropriate title for our group. The name became official at the July 5th meeting. Ruth Gruber served as hostess. The evenings lesson was provided by Haus Brijin, a native of Holland, about his home land. The latest meeting was held at Sharon Sheuchenkos on Aug. 13th. All the members and their families enjoyed a Sunday af- ternoon pot luck picnic. After everyone polished off the house made goodies Connie Washburn president, conducted a short business meeting. Shyllis Grauthaun will be the hostess for our next meeting on September 6th. The W.N. Methodist Club will meet September 19th at the Church. "Notice Change in date." The auction at the church will be September 23rd starting at 10 o'clock. Miss Georgiana Glascock and brother Mr. Willie Glascock, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth FriLLs Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Perks Jr., Belvedre Heights were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue on Sunday. A large crowd attended the  dedication service at the new house of Rev. and Mrs. John M. Emert on Sunday from 3 to 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Chipper Owens, Parkersburg, W.Va. spent the week end with his parents Mr and Mrs. Chas. Owens. Mrs. Floyd Owens and Pat entertained at a picnic on Sunday evening, guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens and children, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Owens Jr. and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens and Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Chipper Owens', Parkersburg,o W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens Jr. and Bates Watson. Mr. Bob Crismau is one of the leading gardeners in Leetown this year he has tomatoes that weigh over two Ibs. Mrs. Bill Owens, Bates Watson Mrs. Floyd Owens Sr. and Pat visited Mrs. William Harris who is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Ike Phillips near Winchester. Mrs. Harris is recovering from an operation performed in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. "The only way to speak the truth is to speak lovingly." Henry David Thoreau vm AUXILIARY 10 HOLD BAKE SALE Members of the Auxiliary of Memorial Post 3522 Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold a bake sale Tuesday, Sept. 8 at the : Western Auto Store in downtown Charles Town. The sale will get underway at 9 am. and last until everything has been sold. Persons desiring to making donations to the sale should contact either the VFW Home, or bring same to Western Auto Store, the morning of Sept. 8. STALEY PANCAKE SYRUP STRIDEX MISS DRECK pEo,,,z00s MEDICATED HAIR SPRAY FILLER PADS PAPER Jar of 42 Regular 1.38 03 c 68 c 9 c :i!!: Due to -,hreumstaneee be. i yond our control l items listed in thk ad may not b avallgble at all our 1o-I cationi. i!:i  !ii: i!i!ii WE SELL AMERICAN EXPRF8 MONEY ORDERS M 0 E00y. E Our pharmacists are here to help you. The pharmacist is a highly skilled member of the health profession. In a Peoples store, our licensed phr- maclsts are tully trained profes- sionals who stand ready to advise you on your prescdptlone, and to answer your questions. They are competent members el the health team that starts with your doctor. And they're there to serve you. CALL ON YOUR PEOPLES PHARMACIST... A CONSULTING PROFESSIONAL WHO WORKS WITH YOUR DOCTOR. 80 COUNT WIREBOUND NOTEBOOKS by MEAD and CAMP Regular 79' SAVE 1.38 on 3 BODY OH TAP 3F99 ,,,.,oo , 15 Ounce Bottle Normal, Oily or Dry I Regular 2,97 4 lB'/ Assorted Colors SAVE1 0 . OE WITH COUPON 1 { COMPLETE SET8 OF COLOR PRINT8 1{" DISCOUIIT PRICE Let Peoples process your Kodak 110, 126, or 135 color pdnt film nd get 2 sets of bordedess lustrous finish co;or prints for I  discount prli.. orlw 4ees n aey m mlx eeWgemeel  ,/ome .m4ee. t[O0 inSlAm rmR1 INSTRUMENTS LITTLE PROFESSOR CALCULATOR Electronic learning eid for kMa of all age=. Regular 14.95. SAVE 2.96 1199 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 5-FUHCTIOH CALCULATOR With LCO readout end memory pies walbt carry cue. Model #T1-1750 Regular 19,95. SAVE 3.07 1Gee SIGNAL MOUTHWASH 12 Ounce eottle I II Reluler 1.23 i SAVE 46(: WITH COUPON Peoples Laundry Detergent 49 oz. box '" .ow 8 mr TAMDA EXTRA mOmEnT MR. COFFEE p, jsa RELAXER DIAPERS FILTEIIS 0 FleShes 4 Ounce Bottle Bag of 24 PPLE,. Regular 4.50 Regular 2.29 Box of oo I COCONUT OiL SAVE 2.21 C i =o ,.,+,,.. g I11 1 ou.Ccomnmn., 2 29 197 ,,-'",, Reuuler 1.39 WITH COUPON UW   SAVE Slc PUBLIC SALE moved to Knott Nursing Home, I will sell the personal property, antique and modern, at my Shenandoah Junction, W.Va. on: SATURDAY- SEPT. 16/1978 Beginning at 10:00 A.M. corner cupboard; walnut blanket chest; oak marble top washstand; walnut double bed; slat-back rocker; oval dining table (extra Leaves); chest; 5 pc. parlor suite; 2 Adams style chairs; icture frames; single poster bed; 8 pc. dining brary table; victrola and records; upright 'and bench; 2 porchf swings; 5 concrete urns; coffee end tables; drop leaf table; sideboard; 2 pc. bedroom plant stands; 4 chests of drawers; metal wardrobes; table; 4 metal utility cabinets; rockers and straight dinette set; base cabinet; 2 stools', 2 recliners; electric organ and bench; Frigidaire & freezer combination; Frigidaire electric G.E.T.V.: Wheeler and Wilson sewing machine; 2 hall bed; corner stand; book shelves; books; mirrors; lamps; portable oil heater; step ladder; lawn reel mower; electric fan; lug, gage; mantel clock; clock; old crocks and jars; rugs; china and including a cranberry glass pickle castor; some celery holder; set of china; odd bowls; per- set of Oneida silver ware; kitchen utensils& bed linens; garden tools; Bric-A-Brac and other IC. Mary Henkle Grayson Paul E. Miller, N, Clark Furr INCH RIGllTS RESERVED AccMcnts on Property Garden Tools areal Pots HoHman Fertilizer ,Sprinklers Ortlio Products oSprayers Fencing ,Oardon Hose TURF BUILDER 17% Pound Bag Cowws up to 5,000 kl. FL Regular 8.99 SAVE $3 mLLETTf__  ,BOSE DAWN nmncunt ........ STEAM CURLER -',' PEOPLES SHEER STRETCH """=  BABY SHAMPOO STOCKINGS .n66 ,,o_.o,,. 4 na c_._., nn P. ,, awl,,,,-- U "eg"le" '" i v v ,,,-. ill iUi V SAV U ""'  n=l SAVE 0c P' =m NEW FREEDOM 6iLLETTE RIGHT 6UHD R.Ior 1.63 SAVE 84(: oN) rims 2 4 7 DEODORANT Box of 411 ............... 11 OUl.e CII'I 79': 1" 99 c Regular, Menthol S Ounce Can = , "ill PADS ,eg.le,.s, Box of 40 ............... SAVE S2c PEOPLES DRUG STORE HILLDALE SHOPPING CENTER CHARLES TOWN, W.VA.