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October 13, 1977

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if!i! i HAND-MADE CERAMIC CHRISTMAS [commitmen. If a fmer would like detailed infomation concerning eligibility TREE FEATURE BAZMR, HOBBY SHOW requirements, he or she should contact the county ASCS office. Kriemelmeyer, Lil Viana and Alma left to right -- Members of the Shan- Womans Club admire the beautiful lic Christmas tree that will be on Sunday, Oct. 23 at the 7th annual Bazaar and Hobby Show. The will be held at 3 p.m. in the Shah- Clubhouse where handmade articles, goods and garden and plant goodies will for sale during the three-day bazaar. for the show are Friday, 6-9 p.m.; 1-9 and Sunday, 1-6. Shown in the photo Kriemelmeyer, in charge of exhibits; Lil la, chairman of the show, and Alma Deaner, of the members who has been working so for the "White Xmas" bazaar. are reminded that ASCS office is now nominations for ASC committee election Mike Sienkiewicz, director, en- farmers to use this to nominate their candidates in 'the, ASC committee election. Sienieqicz said the ASC com- mitte,.provides the important service ".- of administering government farm programs to the farm community. The election will be conducted by mail from November 25 to December 5. Eligible farm voters will he provided with instructions for filling put the secret ballot and returning it to the county ASCS office. Most resident farmers are eligible to hold office as ASCS PUBLIC SALE will sell at public sale the following farm machinery property located 4 miles west of Charles Town, on State Route 51 on: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1977 Beginning at 10:00 A.M. MACHINERY: (1'0 BE SOLD FIRST) N.H. No. 68 Farmall M. Tractor; Disc Harrow, Woods Brush Int. side delivery Rake, cut-off saw, 2 Bradley Garden 3 sets of milkers, Milk Cans, Milk Can Rack, Double wash-up tubs, Air Compressor, chains, straw knife, bolts; BUTCHERING EQUIP. Scalding tank, 3 kettles and rings, lard press, knives, stirs; PROPERTY: Ornamental iron, wood stove, 1845; kitchen range, large wooden churn, wooden buckets, 2 pc. living room coffee tables, end tables, stands, 2 kitchenette sets, 2 cabinets, wall cabinet, 2 iron beds, wash stand, 2 2 sewing machines, cane seat chairs, odd chairs, I oak table, pictures and frames, 2 wall telephones, baby china doll head, H.F. pop bottles, civil war bullets, crocks, cherry seeder, fiat irons, gold locket watch, watches, assortment of pen knives, lanterns, Avon mink choker, old eat rifle, large quantify of china and other articles too numerous to mention. Cash. Robert and Mabel Kenney Paul E. Miller Z: N. Clark Purr rights reserved. for accidents on property. , lO-2t In filling out a petition, far- mers should be careful to in- clude the name of only one nominee, the signatures of at least three eligible ASC voters who support the nominee, and certification that the nominee is willing to serve if elected. Petitions must contain this in- formation; without it, they will not be accepted. The completed petition should he dated and mailed or hand-delivered to the county ASCS office no later than Oct. 31. ASC committee elections are open to all eligible ASC voters without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. According to Sienkoewicz, any concerned farmer with an in- terest in serving fellow producers would he an asset to the ASC committee. For this reason, farmers are urged to petition for the farmers of their choice. The individual producer will benefit in the long run from a responsible, concerned team of ASC committeemen in the local administration fo U.S. govern- ment farm programs. Jefferson County has three ASC communities. The identities of these communities are: A bounded on west by N&W railroad and on north by mainline B&O railroad; B, bounded on east by N&W railroad and on north by mainline B&O railroad; and C bounded on south by mainline B&O Railroad. Volunteers Needed #4 Panhandle Mental Health Center Babysitters, drivers, and handicraft volunteers are needed to assist in programs at the Eastern Panhandle Mental Health Center. Mrs. Betty Young, Volunteer Coordinator, stated that three programs are especially in need of volunteers. Save Fuel This Winter/ VOLUNTEERS, CLIENTS, STAFF B01L APPLE BUTTER FOR TRAINING CENTER "Neither rain nor hall...etc." is often used as a description of the dedication of the postal workers. However, it also justly applies to the volunteers, clients and staff of the Eastern Panhandle Training Center near Martinsburg, who each year turn too and make homemade apple butter for sale as a fund-raising project. And the above picture shows client Jim Baker of" the EPTC stirring the butter. Regardless of the number of beautiful fall days either before or after, apple butter making day is always cold, or raining, or windy, or a combination of these. Apple Butter day, 1977, was no exception. Even with adverse weather conditions, two kettles were put to boil, and over 150 quarts were produced at the end of a long day. Apple butter will be available at the Christmas Open House, December 4. The school-age Parent Program and Children's Developmental program are requesting assistance in tran- sporting parents and their pre- school children to the cen- ter.Many families would like to )articipate in this program, but are unable to do so because of their inability to get to and from the center. Mter a summer recess, the day hospital program is, once again, in operation. This )rogram needs volunteers to work with patients in doing handicrafts.'. Volunteers with d I II,/ LET THE SUN WORK FOR YOUI COVER YOUR WINDOWS, DOORS, PORCHES & BREEZEWAYS! Cut Flex.O.G/ass To Size-- ONLY 49 "' Tack Over Screens or 36" W,de Window Openings! Aso 28" 48" w,a,s WARP BROS. Chic=go 60651 Pioneers in Ptastics Since 1924 At Hardware, Lumber, & Stores If your COmpany employs five or more people, you may qualify for lower group rates and many ac'antages under a glue Cross-Blue Shield Group Plan. This health care protection simplifies paperwork and claim form Pr(xcuros and makes payments direct to hos- pitals and doctors who have served you. Now, Blue Cross-Blue Shield Group Plans may include ESP, Extra Special Protection off- erir more and greater services plus Catastrophic Major Medical benefits up to a quarter of a million dollars. We welcome the chance to tell you more and You're under no obligation. Ak about Blue Cross-Blue Shield Group Health Care Plans, today. Your Blue Cross & Blue Shield Representative V EDWARD F. ZADAI 127 West Burke Street Martinsburg, West Virginia, Phone 263-7785 skills in leather work, pottery, sketching, macrame, or other crafts would be very helpful to this program. If you are interested in volunteering at the mental health center, or would like more information, Mrs. Young asks that you contact her at the center, 263-8954, Monday thru Friday, 14:30 p.m. Meeting Oct. 19 [nvir0nmental Council A public meeting of the Harpers Ferry Environmental Council will be held on Wed., Oct. i9, at Mather Training Center on Fillmore St., at 7:30 p.m. Interested residents of the area are invited to attend. Sandra Loopstra, En- vironmental Specialist of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., will be the guest speaker. She will discuss National and Local aspects of the environment. A film about the state of Alaska will be shown. A discussion and question period about our local en- vironment will close the evening's program. Refresh- ments will be served. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1977 13 Shenandoah Gas Moves ToUft Moratorium Shenandoah Gas Company moved Tuesday to lift a five- year moratorium on accepting new residential and small commercial customers. Carl Fryling, manager of Shenandoah Gas said that supplies of gas have stabilized and the company is now predicting a gradual increase over the next several years. For this reason, he said the company feels it can now add new customers without jeopardizing service to existing customers. I'V FOR DEAF Secretary Joseph A. Cali- /and of Health, Education and Welfare said he is inviting television network presidents to an October meeting to help shape a plan "to open the world of television of millions of deaf Americans." 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