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SOME 230 CRAFTS PEOPLE JURIED PAST WEEK FOR MOUNTAIN HERITAGE FESTIVAL Citizen's Fire Hall resembled somewhat a small arts and crafts this past week-end as a total of 230 crafts people from all over inia and many states from as far away as the midwest. For days, from Friday through Sunday the crafts people came with of their wares they want to exhibit in the June Mountain e Arts and Crafts Festival to be held at Zoar in Jefferson County. Vickers, executive director of the Jefferson County Chamber of sponsoring organization for the festival, said the quality of and crafts work which the people brought with them was of an ex- quality, the type that will certainly attract the attention of from all across the country. The judges for the jurying of the craf- among the most qualified in the country one of them coming from Pa., one from Washington, D.C., and another from New The above picture shows two of the judges Janet Fletcher of and Mrs. Anne Smith of Washington, D.C., to the left, several samples of the woven baskets submitted for jurying by Also shown in the picture to the right is John H.K. Christman, of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce and Mrs. Mary a Secretary in the Chamber office, who works with the ArKand Craf- (Photo by Tim Sinn) RANSON , Geraldine Link 725-7258 correspondent, I not having any for several that the and New Year are over and the back to school I am Circulation. winter really hit the weekend. L winds and very low several areas were with out a lot of frozen student at the SChool for the Deaf ristmas with her and Mrs. Richard Blanche Ruth Miller of were dinner day with Fleeta Writt. ne Welsh, and have returned after spending the New Year With her daughter Mr. and Mrs. of Fort Hood, traveled by Ying from Dulles Houston, Texas. visited Burnie Texas. the Christmas and Mrs. Boteler family visited , Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Eva and Mrs. David s, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and family, Bill FriLLs and Mrs. Brooke family enjoyed Texas, as a from Mrs. Fern Conaway [the winter there at and son-in-laws, Carl Geary. On bay, the Brooke family had a ciish Christmas their home. The present, Mr. Kendig, Sr., family, Mr. and Kendig and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Chloe Mrs. Seliva Years night a. Rrooke Conaway Were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kendig, St. of near Scrabble, and visitors during the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Tom James of Shannondale. Madalene Jackson of Martin.sburg, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Boteler Link Jr. and family, and all were dinner guests Christmas Day with Mrs. Eva Starliper. VisRors during the holidays with the Links were Eileen Chapman, Rhondo Smallwood Sr., Jean Meredith, Joan Ryman, BiU and Jenny Smith Eva Starliper, Mr. and ls. David Link and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bill FriLLs and daughter Pare and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Lice and family. Mrs. Lela Athey had her family home for dinner on Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Remsburg and son Todd of near Baltimore, Maryland spent Christmas eve and Christmas day with Mr. and,Mrs. Clarence Fritts. Mandy Link was a recent overnight guest with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fritts and daughter Pare on Brown Shop Road. Mr. Larry Myers and children Larry Jr. and Robin have moved from the Marty Kable farm on Cranes Lane to near Shenandoah Junction. Members of the Citizens Fire Company will hold their annual awards banquet Saturday, January 16 in the Lions Center, North George Street, Ranson. A social hour will begin at 6 p.m. followed by the dinner at 7:00 and awards. The Edgewood Homemakers Club will meet January 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Harry Creamer. Mr. and Mrs. Biteler Link Jr. and family attended the 50th wedding anniversary party on Sunday atternoon December 27 from 2:00 to 5:00 at the Community Center for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brady. Congratulations to June Adams for another award on her needlework. Mrs. Warren Lusby, Orchard IKlls is a surgical patient in the Doctors Hospital, Lanlmm, Maryland. She has been a patient several times at this hospital and now is scheduled for a thyroid operation. She enjoys hearing from her friends. A card can reach her at Doctors Hospital, 8118 Goodluck Road, I.nham, Maryland, 20801. Love and sympathy is ex- tended to the fsmilies of Mrs. Margaret Mickey, Mr. Stanley Dunn St., and Mr. Ernest Watson. \\; 4-H NEWS The Eager Beavers 4-H Club will meet on Wednesday night January 20 at 7:00 at the home of Nicole, Chris & Jamie Ott, Brown Shop Road. This is the regular scherduled January meeting and we will also celebrate Christmas due to had weather for the Christmas rparty. Everyone is asked to please bring their gift for their secret pal. Valentine favors will also be made for the Knott Nursing Home. The Jefferson County 4-H leaders will meet on February 2 at 7:30 in the Extension office. Thought for theDay: Behold I do not give lecture or a little charity. When I give, I give myself. k AAAk A kAkAkA. v'wr v v v' 'wP," v v NF HARPERS FERRY Mrs. Lee Miller Dial 535-6508 L k Ak Ak .dk k Ak AL Ak Ak a qr "wrv v v qr v- ,qv v Correction: John Newcomer Jr. who celebrated his eleventh birthday December 29 is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Newcomer and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Newcomer. Don't miss the Mike Seeger Concert 8 p.m. tonight at the Bolivar Community Center. There will be a $I donation. Children and senior citizens are free. James "Windy" Mc- Cormick celebrated his bir- thday January 6 by going to the Mountain Gate Restaurant in Thurmont," Md. with his nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shewbridge. Bill Harris has returned home after undergoing surgery at Winchester Memorial Hospital and a recuperation period at his daughter Rosemary Phillips' home in Winchester. The annual Christmas gathering was held at the home of Lucille Reynolds Crmn December 27. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. UPHOLSTERY POST OFFICE BOX 266 KEARNEYSVlLLE, W. VA. 25430 J. Everhart Ottt 304.i7&.1440 OWNER t- S MON.- FlU. Draperies, Wood Refinishing Custom Made Furniture SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 14,1982 Thomas hzo, Mrs. Joyce Maher, Lisa and Chris from Baltimore, Mrs. Judy Garonizk, Mike and Mark' from Monrovia, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reynolds, Mrs. Evelyn Himes, Deena, marry and Earlene, Mrs. Bonnie Deener and Denise, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ramsburg and Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Webber, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Best, Mr. and Mrs. James Tarleton of Knoxville, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Wetzel of Frederick, Sandy Reynolds and Mark Margeson of New York, B.C. Reynolds and James Reynolds of Point of Rocks, Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Roeser, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Reynolds, Lori, Mike, Jeff, Cheryl, Keith, Lacy and Keith Jr, of Brunswick, Mr. and Mrs, Stoves and sons Bobby and Steve, Howard Harris and B.J. Himes. Mrs. Crum cooked a turkey with dressing and potatoes and cakes and everyone brought covered dishes. Gifts were exchanged and everyone had a wonderful time. Walton D. "Kip" Stowell will speak to the GFWC Woman's Club of the Harpers Ferry District on "History of American Houses" January 21 at 1:30 p.m. Kip is employed at the NPS Interpretive Design Center and operates Stowell Oalleries on Washington St. with his wife Nena. He won the W.Va. 1980 Award for Excellence in Architecture for his addition to St. James Church in Charles Town and he designed the Bolivar Community Center. Dr. Dan Adler will speak on New Guinea at the Com- munity Program at Mather Training Center January 28 at 8 p.m. Everyone is welcomed. Refreshments will be served. Friendship Fire Company will sponsor a Pancake Supper at the Fire Hall January 28 from noon until. Tickets will be $3 for adults and $1.50 for children and will be sold at the door. The library thanks Waldo Simons for a recent donation of books. Orders for Girl Scout Cookies are being taken by Harpers Ferry Brownie Troop 436. BAKERTON RURITAN NEWS The Bakerton Ruritan Club sponsored the third annual Christmas party for Baker- ton residents December 19. A town tree was donated by obert Tabb of Town and Country Nurseries on Darke Lane, near Leetown'. About 30 people came for cookies, hot chocolate and carol singing. Santa Claus gave out candy canes. Three Ruritan members and 18 members of Harpers Ferry Brownie Troop 436 gave a Christmas party at Locust Grove Rest Home December 21. Gifts of games, books and apple butter were presented to the home. Refreshments were served and carols sung. December 22, two Raritan members distributed toys from the Army and clothing to 25 needy families in Jefferson County. the toys were picked up on two trips to Fort Meade in November and repaired by Ruritan members. As a Christmas present to the Bakerton community, the Ruritan Club gave cash gifts to each of the four area churches, Engle UM, Mt. Zion Mission, First Church of God and Bethel UM. Installation of new officers and a planning session for 1982 will be held January 19. The Ruritans wish everyone a happy and prosperous new year. W. Washington St. & West St. Shepherdstown Council Gets "Break" +With Cookies Served; Face Problem Of Pleming EPA The Shepherdstown Town Council, generally facing nothing but problems, got a surprise Tuesday evening. At the start of the meeting, Girl Scout and Brownie troops from Shepherdstown trooped into the council chambers and presented cookies to the surprised town athers. But then, it was get down to business as D. Lee Morgan, local builder, asked council to take some action so that he might be paid $20,000 for the construction of the water works building. It was explained that Morgan has not been paid because the Environmental Protection Agency is holding up its grant for the project because of a design problem. That problem concerns whether or not a "muffler" should be inside or outside the building. The epa says it should be inside. Efforts are being made to correct the problem and guarantee payment to all involved. Passed through two readings were ordinances providing for budget ad- justments to meet increased expenses in the law en- forcement area, the purchase of supplies and the renovation of town hall. It was noted that collections from town funds and from parking meters is better than originally estimated. The council agreed to work with the Department of Welfare in establishing a work incentive program that would provide the town with a number of part time em- ployees, paid by Welfare., Mayor John Farrier was in- structed to work out details of the agreement. There was a discussion of the possibility of establishing a Farmer's Market in Shepherdstown during the coming growing season. No Canclusion was reached, with council preferring TO think all t about the ramifications of such a move before acting. And finally, council was told that new officers have been selected by the town's Water and Sewer Board. Donald Shaw will serve as chairman, Archibald R. Hoxton HI will he secretary. LIVESTOCK SALES  da  Ak .dk da .dl .A Ab, .A "V V V v'qr'V Nr Nr Nff'q The quotations of The Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W.Va. Men., Jan. 11, 1982. Receipts of all classes light, with a good demand for all butcher classes. Feature of sale was Prime Veal top $100.00. One pen No. I Hogs - $47.00. Good butcher steers, 52.00 to 57.00; plain to medium steers, 44.00 to 50.00; choice butcher heifers 50.00 to 56.00; good butcher heifers 47.00 to 52.00; plain to medium heifers 38.00 to 44.00; commercial cows 38.00 TO 40.00; utility cows 35.50 to 37.75; canners and cutters 50.00 to 35.00; High yield cows 40.25 TO 42.00; stocker and feeder .steers 40.00 TO 55.00; stock and feeder heifers 37.00 to 50.00. Choice to prime calves 90.00 to 100.00; good butcher calves 79.00 to 89.00; medium butcher calves 68.00 to 78.00; thin calves 67.00 to down; heavy calves 40.00 to 60.00; butcher ewes 16.00 to 20.00. Good butcher hogs 40.90 to 47.00; medium butcher hogs 44.80 to 45.80; heavy butcher hogs 40.00 to 44.00; butcher sows 34.00 TO 42.75; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs 35.00 to 40.00; pigs per head 8.00 TO 24.00; boars 20.00 to 30.00. HOSPITAL NOTES Patients Discharged from hospital January 4 - January 10, 1982. Lee Brown, Martinsburg, Craig Staubs, Ranson, Lloyd Dignazio, Harpers Fery, Mary Conrad, Rippon, Bonnie Miller, Charles Town, Teresa Whittington, Charles Town, Gladys Sheppard, Charles Town, John Domino, Charles Town, Frances Winston, Kearneysville, Monica Collins, Ranson, Melissa Nick, Harpers Ferry, Carolyn Wood, Hanson, Theadore Milan, Keadysville, Margaret Hoffmaster, Charles Town, Cleo Wilt, Ranson, James Richardson, Harpers Ferry, Emma Nichols, Charles Town, Hortense Pans, Shenandoah JuneUon, George Cannery, Charles Town, Jacquelin Skinner, Charles Town, Carrie Rickel, Charles Town, Gar9 Staubs, Harpers Ferry, Walter Newman, Charles Town, Myda Thom- pson, Charles Town, Lorie Eagle, Brunswick, Md. Betty Brown, Berrkettsville, MD., Mary Osbourn, Ranson, Kathleen Snyder, Bakerton, Myrtle Hayes, Charles Town, Marshall McDonald, Halltown, Mary Zombro, Charles Town, Tammy Ashley, Charles Town, Lillia Beet, Charles Town, Samuel Leake, Charles Town, Regina l l Full Upper or Lower Dentures from ' I 5  Total Dental Care at Affordable Fees All ilemra & umim plato at.crated EUGENE KLUPT, DDS, PA. FREDERICK SHOPPING CENTER Frederick. Maryland CLOSED THURSDA EUGENE KLUPT, DDS J. FEIN$OD, DMD (301) 662-4)i31 VISA. Mater Charge YOUR FRIENDLY RANSON SERVICE GROCERY YOUR CHOICE Canned Bologna Vegetables Scrapple s I e 9lb. 7 9' lb. COLD BEER Sl00'lb I Sl*glb. Su;;;... b " SlOIIE IIOUlIS- ioL TIm Setwdly. l i Friday l. l CLOSED SUNDAY ] I II 11 lift I I Gibson, Charles Town, Sterling Wilt, Charles Town, Samuel Boyd, Ranson, William Bennett, Charles Town, Emery Harder, Millville, Mary Locke, Har- pers Ferry, Dwayne Housden, Shenandoah Junction, Ver- nelle Lee, Charles Town, Howard Mclntosh, Harpers Ferry, Reggy Overholtz, Kearneysville, Robin Miller, Rauson, John Mercer, Ranson, Mildred Burch, Brunswick. MD., Mary Custer. Ranson, Roy Dodson, Kearneysville. NEWBORNS Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery James, Charles Town, January 3, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Plourde, Charles Town, January 4, boy. 13 Hostler, Charles Town, Bran- dy Brown, Ranson, Justin Jenny Corbin Is New Denleavy, Brunswick, MD., Alda Jenkins, Harpers Ferry, Bridge Champion Edna Mills, Charles Town, Louis Weller, Knoxville, MD., The new champion of the Sbelva Gifft, Martinsburg, Charles Town Duplicate Penny Kain, Ranson, Gary Bridge Club is Jenny Corhln; Fisher, Charles Town, Harry Nancy ROth took home the runner-up Revere Bowl. The tournament ran for 11 weeks and the honors went to the highest average of the best eight scores played with at least four different partners. Mary Calafiura was the 1980 champion. The six leaders were: Jenny Corbin 57.23 per cent; Nancy ROth 56.41 per cent; Sharland Trotter 55.29 per cent; Fred Mayer 54.99 per cent; John Allen 54.14 per cent; Louise Ramey 53.36 per Celt. Jenny started playing duplicate bridge just three years ago, in a beginners course given by John Allen, the Club Director, but comes by her aptitude naturally. Her parents, Jane and Bill Mc- Farland are enthusiastic Auto Strikes players as is her sister Mary. , Nancy Roth's score is no Parked Cars surprise either. Her bridge trohy will join several golf rophies, including the Sleepy An automobile driven by - Crystal R. Shiflett, of Ranson, Hollow women's chain- went out of control on East pionship. Washington St. Monday and Winners of master points at smashed into three parked last Wednesday's regular cars before it came to a stop. American Contract Bridge Struck were vehicles League game were Jenny owned by William T. Hahn, Corbin-Fred Mayer first, Charles Town; William R. John Allen.Vin Catozella Stevens, Ranson; and Charles second, and Jim and DOn W. Roadhouse, Route 1, Hudson third. The weekly Shenandoah Junction. game starts at 7:45 at the Civic Center. Players in need Total damage was over $2,000. ShJflett was cited with of a partner may call 725-8320. driving under the influence and leaving the scene of an WHEN YOU accident. NEED... Damage totaling $2,200 ,cn,bk' an,cr, h occurred in a two car collision ,,,,, quc,,,n ,tul h*c on West Washington Street heal.h * d ,,abhr last Friday, involving CBrs mc,,nlc ,n,,uranc driven by Larry E. Stewart, Talk To Me Charles Town, and Robert M. -- -  Green, Millwood, Va. Green was cited with taking the right of way. Kimberly A. Evans, Route I, Charles Town, was cited with failure to control ROBERT D. err Tuesday after her car was involved in a collision with a 420 Forest iv.. amek. Town, W.Ve. truck owned by David L. Bell, PIm: 725.1517 Route 1, Kearneysville. The mishap occurred on East BAtk{[ {i) ( ),%UAI 1 ({)MPANY Liberty Street. Damage was ................... 350. Peoples 8-Page Circular In This Issue Due to Circumstances Beyond Our Control, the Following Advertised Items will not be Available At Peoples Drug Store, Hilldale Shopping Center Charles Town, W. Va. ITEM AD PRICE FIRST ALERT Smoke Alarm ........................... $15.99 NORTHERN luartzLgeater .......................... 29.88 ARVIN 2 Heat Heater .......................... 29.88 PEOPLES WINDSHIELD WASHER Anti-Freeze ...................................... 89' Wicker Laundry Basket .......... 1.44 MENS Thermal Underwear ............... ..2.88 LAKESIDE Gargle Game .............................. 3.99 DIGITAL . Bathroom Scale ........................ 34.99 DANA TASU OR A00SUSH Hand and Body Lotion (,,o..) 2.39 Winteralls Pantyhose ............ 2.99 mm .ese.veo TO'troth'our.ram Wi"AR! SO'R; FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY HAVE CAUSED OUII I/STOMIIS S/ncerely HILLDALE SHOPPING CENR Charles Town, W.Vo. 725-9313