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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 7 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1978 I Mrs. Kathryn Stum, Mrs. Hattie Donivan and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Donivan. Miss Kandi Harpine, of Martinsburg spent last week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Eddie Breeden. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black- ford visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guthridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brundage, in Youngstown, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Grove of Baltimore, Md. visited Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd last week. I Cheyenne, Wyoming where they Miss Susan Rogers, of Mar-[ attended the rodeo and then to tinsburg, spent the weekend with [ Custer State park, Black Hills, her brother-in-law and sister,[ Mount Rushmore and the Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sager. [ Badlands in South Dakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Breeden I travelled through Minnesota visited his sister and brother-in-I where they saw some of the law, Mr. and Mrs. D'elbert I beautiful lakes. Rodgers, in Martinsburg. [ Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sager and I attended the Huddle reunion in Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose l Shenandoah ' Vs. last Sunday. have recently returned from I Mrs. Maxine Breeder and vacation which they traveled [ Kandi Harpine visited Mr. and 4000 miles. The first stop was Mrs. Albert Smith in Smithburg, !Md. recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Reynolds, of Smithburg, Md. spent Sunday with her brother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown. Cover Crops Add To Value Of Land Cover crops are not new to Jefferson County. Farmers know that a Winter cover crop of !rye not only protects the soil :from erosion in the Winter months, but, if chopped when in the boot stage in early May, it will provide a high protein silage,. This double-cropping increases the value of the land for farming and also protects the soil from erosion. Gary Stabke of USDA Soil Conservation Service in Ranson says that "The double cropping technique really makes planting a winter cover crop pay.' Another possibility he noted, is that the Agricultural Stablization and Conservation Service has tentative plans to help share the cost on Winter cover crops this Fall, as they have in the past. For additional information, contact Gary Stanke of the SCS, 209 East Third Avenue, Ransom or phone 725-3471. November 7th is Election Day. Exercise your option and vote. :Two ii : ;ii To Fisheries Employees employees of the National Fisheries of Leetown recently recei,ed Special nt Awards in the form of a quality pay for superior performance. Juanita office services supervisor (center), and Lawson, clerk, dictating machine were presented the awards by Ron administrative officer of the center. The couple received many useful SHENANDOAH and beautiful gifts, including a JUNCTION silver money tree decorated with white, green and yellow Miss Lillian Myers bells. They were married July Dial 725-5168 14, 1953 in Booosboro, Md. Bill is theson of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin honor of the 25th wedding Kave, and Jo Ann is the of Mr. Bill Cave and daughter of Mrs. Marvin Far- mer and the late Harry Fraley. Cave of Heatherfield, Pictures of the couple were a reception taken throughout the afternoon. hOsted by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Kave are former 5 son-in-law residents of the Junction.. Byers and son Keith and Mr. J. Clive Myers who was a Vickie Rockwell, at the patient at the Veterans Center, Street United Methodist Martinsburg, for the past three Fellowship Hall, months was transferred to on Sunday Jeffersonian Manor Rest Home 13. arrival at the presented a Tuesday in Charles Town. Mr. Lewis Sager, Spence and boutonniere. The Marple, Lee Saville and Charles Was decorated with yellow Shaffer were in Syracuse N.Y. at and white bells and the state fair last week to see the flowers. The white refreshment table champion horse pulling contest. Mrs. Cloma Vamey and COvered with yellow, green nephew Mr. Darrell Hill, of San daisies with burning Antonio, Texas are visiting her in silver holders. The four sister, Mrs. Pearl Nuckles. e was baked as a gift by Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blackford Calvin Thompson and were host to a family picnic The cake was cut and Saturday at their home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. by Mrs. Reva Kave and Gerald SLum and children, Lexa Long. Mrs. Jessie Severn. Md., Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bernice Dndson Michael SLum, of Oxen Hill, Md. the bowl. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morrison and Mrs. Jane daughter, of Shepherdstown, attended the gift table. SESAME SHAMPOO  _At NUT MIX Regular 2.58 lJk$i  Regular 1.75 SAVE 2.66 on 2 SAVE 95c on 2 '2 2i2 5 oil ' ,q t. 10 Ounce Can Dry, Normal or Oily LIMIT I SALE 15 Ounce Bottle ,O'L 'LOg Cu qm s CUSTOMER i!i!};i [|,l : :: PEOPLE,'RUG !i! i to circumitan be.   yond our control ad/ items ! WE SELL ii listed in thLs ad may not iii]i:.ilAMERICAN EXPRESS --- " !i!ilbe available at sll our to- !i!ii:! MONEY ORDERS  i::! i:: eatLon..   word i ymtll save up to I I 50% on your next J r. PHILLIES CIOAR WESTLEY'S AIOR ALL .... "- Blunts or Panatella UHER COATIN6 VINYL DRESSIN6 %. l J:" Pk oI s  1.88-SAVE 1.17  2 " 2:77 c 212" LIMIT I SALE (2) PEn CUSTOMER 24 Ounce Can 80unc DUPONT Talk to your doctor about generics. Not all brand name drugs are available as generics, but many WALL PAINT ofare'bothPeples stocks,brand names Weandbelieve,generics.the widest choice Regular ,0.49SAVE 1.50 e99 TELE-TONE SING-A-LONG o.,,o.c.. LDLE PHONOGRAP In states where the law permits, Peoples will dispense a generic if you ask us tO. Peoples' DUPONT LUCITE i Permanent type sapphire needle, top-mounted pharmacist knows if a generic is available and HOUSE PAINT how much you'll save. In other states, we will 0P JOHNSON'S WAX speaker,Model#S4749 volume control with switch & microphone. I check with your doctor first if you ask for a generic. INTERIOR ENAMEL CAO-PLA WAX 1099 16 eo Your Peoples' pharmacist is a professional who Regular 12.99 Regular 19.99 what he can to save you money, it's good business. Gallon Can SAVE 3.11 YOU R CHOICE t2 Ouncs Bottle At Peoples, the choice is yours. And your doctor's. WHffE i ............ 1 J'OPLES' :-. PINE-SOL Sesame Street reran i-C'--I mu (i:f-t HAl r [ l] Lap Ttay CllEl "'= " """  211""""' i.19 CALL " ....  yF2R R !  2:77c ,..-- now$ US CONCRETE MIX  .,...r ' COHTAC I imdPq lPB U qm  b We Handle All Concrete SHOE  . CAPSULES . :'r' :-.. i [1 Regular 2.39 Jobs Professionally ' :"': " COLOATE COLUTE BOXES '::: 1  SAVEI.o.2 2 for  A A m dl TAMPAI.. oomenusNts iNS,NSmE ' ,\\; "n-4qu / CARPORTS.sIDEWALKS PATIOS*. BASEMENTDRIVEWAYSFLoORS SUPER PLUS .,= 9;lOci !==:,o .... c.. 9:S1 99 ?  dr, 0 P0ffRINGF/N/$HIN6 .... ..... ........ ........ 6ERITOL i 1- FREE [ TURF CONRiTE l II "o' :, t, Estimate, I PRODUCTS :I //'lgE'[Jtl TABLETS I /: " I " -l]u'[[I[O ]l Regular3.64 DIVISION of TURF ENTERPRISES ,JOHNSON'S I BUFFIRIN [ DAISY 2.PACK Irlrl, ':11 SAVE3.o.2 FOOTSOAP I Tieffii I mnmmo.  dl, 011 I I' 725"7612 r 725"9233 -- Charles Town' W'Va" .'W." 9.ARC' ! :=:.', 9:1401 "s,.-" 9.109'  7.:= L, -1"" o "" I n, sttR cusTote ,i 61LLETTE TRAC II il PUBLIC SALE CARTRID6ES " I --'-- 1 le to the death of my father Howard E. Shreck, Iwill sell Regular I 29-SAVE 79c on 2 am - PAMPERS I wing personal property located at 200 Jefferson Ave., Charles Town, W. Va. " DISPOSABLE DIAP :1 79 I 'ox of12 Overnight ERs SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1978 L. 1 I Sale begins at 10:30 A.M. 2,200 o oak table; 6 day clock; Dropleaf table; 9 Pc D.R. , L"n,S*LEeCUSTO.t WITH .; 3 pc L. R. Suite; glass top coffee table; wicker Rocker; :)UPON & Chair; oak towel rack; Double Bed; springs & mat- Modern bed & mattress; 4 oval rugs; 3 pc modern B. PL":AHAI floor lamps; 2 platform rockers; wicker rockers; 5 set; Frigidaire, Auto washer; Westinghouse ] i . stove; swivel chair (new); rocking chair; 3 ice cream ": with backs; 3 ice cream stools; picnic table; copper ;- Antique Fire ext.; dishes; set dishes service for 12; ERA LIQUID singer vacum; set silverware; DeCanters; rug  DETER6ERT 2 waikie talkies; C. B. Portable Radio; Polaroid Regular 1.47. SAVE 95c on 2 & Case; Picture & Frames; linens; tape recorder 32 Ounce Bottle v); Elec. Edger; Hercules 28 in. Bike; Exercise bike; " " '' I Butcbering pot & ring; digging iron; hand tools; lard :li . , 21100 [ wheel barrow; step ladder; Murray self propelled PEOPLES WITH mower; 5 metal lawn chairs; 2, 8.00- 14 snow tires;  Paper Plates COUPON AUTOMOBILE BENTUIIE Pack of 100 RulI I1SAVE 00c on 2 MAVERICK - 700 miles, A.C., P.S., Disc brakes,.ylinder, White with Red Top. EXETER 2i14e i-, 64' .SALE PRICES tn this -d eff,tlw 0mile ,uantt.lut, today thm Saturday, sapt=br 1 191, of SALE- CASH Nothing to be ,moved until settled, DONUT MAKER Box of 40 Tablets Rights relrved to llmlt quentltlu. Regular 29.95. SAVE 9.96 Rlguii" 1.90,SAVE 1.80 on 2 Rulor 97'c.SAVE 94 on 2 RulW 1.19.SAVE 91c on 2 212 21q 211 v Bottle of 50 7 Ounce Tube S Ounoe Tube IiO IT . I T A T! A T SAAN L OCA ITOII M I FOI ML| AT I:N IIO011 PEOPLES DRUG STORE HILLDALE SHOPPING CENTER CHARLES TOWN,W.VA.