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8 SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1978 WATCH FOR OUR OCT. 12 I 13 I m m m m | m i 14 FINANCIAL STATEMENT CHARLES TOWN SEWER DEPT. July I, 1977 thru June 30, 1978 RECEIPTS Cash Balance 6-30-77 15,237.92 Sewer Fees & Penalties 114,864.44 Ranson Sewer Dept. - Exp. Fee 26,055.42 Mis. Collections &Refunds 6,423.91 City of C.T. - Revenue Sharing 19,000,00 Total Receipts 166,343.77 181,581.69 Total orders written 160,546.69 Cash Balance 6-30-78 21,035.00 State Sinking Fund 33,742.14 Depreciation Fund 1,523.08 State Compensation Com. 160.86 Petty Cash 10.00 Total Cash Balance 6-30-78 56,471.06 CLASSIFIED DISBURSEMENTS CHARLES TOWN SEWER DEPT. July l, 1977-June 30, 1978 Administra tion: J. Robert Cain 1,456.08 Salaries-Plant Theodore J. Viands 11,474.24 Francis L. Welch,Jr. 7,993.31 19,467.55 Labor-Maint. Herbert G. McDaniel 1,208.00 Abbie Woodward 9.36 Junior Lee Cross 69.42 CALLING ALL HOMEMAKERS Brought To You By RAMEY'S INTERIOR DECORATING ON THE EXTERIOR One of the major trends in the fur- niture in- dustry has been the increasing interest in outdoor and outdoor- nAME1' indoor living. As a result of this in- creased interest, manufacturers have really greatly improved the style, quality and selection of this kind of furniture: And so, today you can bring beauty and comfort to your outdoor living area whether it's a small porch or a big patio. If you want a beautiful and comfortably decorated home you have to do more than the old way of just dragging a few folding chairs outside. To do the right job you should apply "interior decorating" principles to your exterior, and be concerned with such things as how your outdoor furniture looks, how it harmonizes with the surroundings, color coordination, proper tables for convenience to the chairs, accessories to heighten the overall scheme, etc. Actually, if you pick the right outdoor furniture you can get more for your money by planning to use some of it inside in such rooms as a game room. The main point to remember is that you can bring new beauty and ease of living to your exterior. We can help you with suggestions and a fine selection of attractive furniture for any area of your home. Stop in. RAMEY'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. Va. Copyright Kenneth B. Cross 774.24 Franklin Painter 888.37 Gregory Mills 109.14 Edward Purkey 408.99 Wallace Kuhn 457.55 Edwin Moreland 43.89 3,969.96 Supplies & E/,penses J. Robert Cain 112.80 Carson's Auto Body Shop 1,074.44 City of Charles Town 133.00 Colonial Tire Service 101.58 Community AutoParts 314.34 Com. Oil Co., Inc. 166.78 Concrete Products - America 240.10 Cross Pump & Equipment Co. 258.21 Richard Dodson 209.00 Dodson Plumbing & Heating 96.00 Ecodyne-Smith Loveless 1,886.80 C.P. Fleming 205.40 Frank C. Frantz Co. 4,800.00 Frederick Trading Co. 418.95 General Telephone Co. 3.56 Hach Chemical Co. 137.96 Heart-O-Town Motor Inn 109.73 Jefferson County Motors 76.85 Jefferson Tobacco Co. 171.04 Lay, Shingleton & Caryl 2,651.65 Magaha, Inc. 110.94 Manley-Regan Chem. Inc. 780.00 Mettler Instrument Corp. 120.00 Millipore, Corp. 68.78 Oxford Chemicals 985.61 Panhandle Pipe & Supply Co. 463.40 Postmaster- Charles Town 84.45 Public Service Commission 204.80 S.&L. Auto Service 50.00 Leupold & Stevens 79.84 share Corp. 2,951.20 Shenandoah Quarry 174.16 Southern States C.T. Corp. 129.47 Super sane Gas Corp. 57.49 Arthur H. Thomas Co. 2,944.97 Turf Enterprises, Inc. 95.00 Valley Hardware Co. 75.99 Water Pollution Cont. Fed. 68.00 WAit more Lumber Co. 85.76 Williams Motor Parts 398.43 Winco 79.58 Charles Town Power & Lights Potomac Edison Co. 9,761.97 Insurance Smith-Nadenbousch Ins. 1,726.14 W.Va. Public Employee Ins. Board 1,126.48 2,852.62 Bonds & Interest Municipal Bond Com. of W.Va. 15,580.26 Sinking Fund Com. of W.Va. 52,267.08 67,847.34 Compensation Prem. W.Va. Workmens Camp. Fund 461.02 Depreciation Fund Peoples Bank of C.T. 784.56 Retirement Expense Social Security Contribution Fund 1,475.89 W.Va. Pub. Employee Ret. System 2,609.23 4,085.12 New Equipment Farm Automation, Inc. 5,500.__ Sept. 28-1t 160,546 69 1.1:00 Nutrition Lecture Oct. 2 For Shepherd The general public is invited to hear a free lecture on nutrition to be given at Shepherd College by Dr. Paul Saltman, Vice- Chancellor for Academic Mfairs at University of California at San Diego. The program is scheduled for 8:00 p.m., Mon- day, October 2, in the Ballroom, Shepherd College Center. Dr. Saltman will speak on the topic: "Fruits, Nuts, and Baloney . . Are We What We Eat?" In addition to his ad- ministrative appointment, Dr. Saltman holds the rank of Professor of Biology. He teaches large introductory courses in biology and biochemistry, and participates in aspects of the graduate and clinical educational programs. He has WaterDept. 16,397.47 received the Excellence in Aggregate Less Teaching Award both from the than $50.00 420.94 University of Southern California and from Revelle 40,360.47 College. 7 I i I II NOW, we can offer you a FINANCE COST SAVINGS, ,,a, '-w' J," ',,w ",wv"  ',,ny ',ww on Sperry New Holland eqt! It always pays to buy the best, and now, for a limited time, it'll pay you in niore ways than one to buy Sperry New Holland! It's a new kind ol good deal for you. When you buy new Sperry New Holland equipment, the cash porn of your payment earns a cash dividend-subject to the rules of the program. It's calculated at a rate of 10% per year, for a six-month period. How's thal for a way In make your money-and a brand new ma- chine-work for you at the same timel The offer applies to most Sperry New Holland equipment except round balers, spreaders, grinder-mixers, tub grinders and loaders, (We can offer you a similar dividend on used combines, too.) Dont wait too long. because the program ends on hay equipment September 30. on forage equipment, October 31, and on combines, November 30 Come on in for all the details, and lel us figure out your dividend. PEOPLES SUPPL Y FARM MACHINERY CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I II II I Dr. Saltman's research is directed to understanding the chemistry, biochemistry, and nutrition of trace metal elements such as iron, copper, zinc, and others This is im- portant from the standpoint of improving methods tiy whmh humans and livestock can get sufficient iron for proper growth and development. Saltman did postgraduate biochemistry at the College de France, Paris and has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Copenhagen. He has received the Research Career Development Award from the National Institutes of Health, and the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the California Institute of Technology. He has done a number of radio and televisiofi programs, in- cluding a thirteen half-hour series called, "Patterns of Life" for National Educational Television. He has served on national and international editorial boards of scientific journals, and has been a con- sultant to the National Institutes of Health, the Academy of Sciences, NationM Science Foundation, and other agencies. Homemakers Club The September meeting of the Jefferson Extension Homemakers Club was held at the home of Miss Camilla Wiltshire with Mrs. James Hammond, co-hostesses. Eleven members were present and a visitor, Mrs. Stephen Roper. Mr[. Salome Sturgis presented a very interesting lesson on "Cultural Values of Appalachian Women." "Granny's Profile" was a description of a elderly woman referred to as "Gran- ny." For those who took the time to know her she gave strength and believed in taking care of herself as long as possible and then let the good Lord take over. During an informal discussion period on the cultural values, it was realized that homemakers have to help women throughout West Virginia participate more fully in society to retain the life , patterns that give life meaning today, plus strong family and kin relationships. A writing on "Appalachia" by a West Va. )pet, Muriel Miller Dressier, was shared with the group. "Reaching the Heights" was the theme of the devotions led by Mrs. Harris Tomlin. Scripture was Psalms 139:7-12 followed by the Lords Prayer. During tar business meeting, Mrs. Paul Holden, president, reminded members of the bake sale at the Arts and Crafts Festival, Sept 29-30-Oct. 1. The County Extension Homemakers Achievement banquet will be Oct. 19, 6 p.m. at the Community Center, Bardane, featuring a style revue. The club received a blue ribbon for the educational exhibit at the county fair, and $15.00 for the second award for the most fair club entries. Mrs. James Hammond won the friendship gift for the month. A delicious buffet luncheon was served at noon by the hostess, assisted by. the co hostess, Mrs. Hammond. The next meeting will be Oct. 3, at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Lee Ann Taylor, 111 Orchard Drive, Ranson, with Mrs. Francis Stickel, co-hostess. "Old Man From The Mountains" Attracted Attention In Parade The one individual who at- tracted about as much attention HELPING TO SAFEGUARD HEALTH Just the Doctor Ordered... Teamwork. That's the way your registered pharmacist and your doc- tor get you on the road to fast, complete recovery. Your doctor prescribes. And. your pharmacist compounds his prescription exactly and accurately. STUCK & ALGER Pharmacy, Inc. DIAL 725-2621 - Charles Town HOURS: Daily 8:30 a.m. to I0 p.m. Sundays - 12 to I:00 p.m. and comment as anyone in the big firemen's parade staged in Ranson and Charles Town, Saturday, Sept. 9 in connection with the 50th annual convention of the West Virginia Firemen's Association was Jerome Cowgill, of Morningside Drive, Cumberland, who was skipping rope and playing the role of "The Old Man Of The Mountains." Mr. Cowgill, who has hee.n participating in parades in the section and area for more than 25 years, reports he first par- ticipated in a Charles parade some 25 years ago. next parade will be in mond, ya., later this then it's on to the annual Festival in Elkins, Jerome says he is seriously about giving up parade marching episodes this year. Today few people ex. cuse poor conduct on the: part of the wealthy. THANK YOU The Shepherdstown Mens Club wishes to recognize and thank the following businesses in Berkeley and Jefferson County who contributed so materially to the success of the recent Mens Club Auction. These funds are used for the benefit of the War Memorial Building Morgan's Grove Park. Community Oil, [(able Oil, Smith Oil, more Lumber, Eastern Bldg., Diamonds, Western Auto, Rosens, Kastles, Pennys, Stuck & Alger, Dollar Discount, Feagans Jewelers, Strider's Furniture, Southern States, Rameys, Pit's Business Service, Gary Judys, Jefferson Hardware, Valley Hardware, Riddlebergers, Virginia's Gift Shop, Bank Charles Town, Peoples Bank, Blakely Anderson Oil, Burkhart Oil, Hutzler Oil, Son s Oil, Shenandoah Oil, Stewarts, Tavennersl Rockwells Office Supply, Working Mans Store, Western Auto, Diana Dress Shop, Aliens Men Wear, Stag Shop, Newbraughs, Eyerlys, Argenbrights, Thorn Lumber, Southerg States, Sherwin-Williams, Music & Gift Shop, National Fruit Products, Berkeley Peoples Supply, Fritts Electrical, Everman House, Lafayette Electronics, Hoover's TV, Ramsey-Hess Furniture, Groves Furniture,: Royal Jewelry, Perfection Furniture, Mary Carter Paints, Pride, Piercy's, Western Auto, Pizza Shop, W.H. Knode, Shepherdstown Sunoco, Knost Gifts, Sehlack's, Colston's, Walt's Restaurant and Hairstyles. We also wish to thank the clerks and tioneers who so capably assisted. Sept. 28-It ********************************************** "STONEWALL," The County Democratic Party's Mascot Says: : " ..... Let's Registe /I Young ...... : i : People : OUR DEMOCRATIC SENATOR JENNINGS RANDOLPH Sponsored The Bill for VOTING at age 18 : THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY is THE PARTY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN WEST VIRGINIA The Jefferson County Democratic Executive Committee / Lyie C. Tabb, Chair-man Charles D. Bayer " Mrs. Bionca M. James, Assoc. Ch Mrs. Virgil Maphls Joseph Christian,Jr., V.Ch Mrs. Barbara B. Robinson Mrs. William Harris, Secy Harry Lewis Tabler /,,%" _  } Mrs. Norval Johnson, Sr., Treas. Martin D. Welsh ] Jefferson County Democratic Women's Club Jefferson County Democratic Assoc. :l Wanda J. Miller, President John C. Skinner, President Ado Mclntyre, V.Pres. Roger J. Perry, V.Pres. ]1 Lisa Franzen, Secy. Mary E. Koontz, Secy. / O % Marsha Lance, Tre]s. Ginger Bordler, Treas. O / Pd. PoHtlcal Ad Authorized by Jefferson County Democratic Executive Committee Lyle Tabb, Chairman '. t