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January 14, 1982

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JUNIOR RED CROSS PRESENTS CHECK TO JEFFERSON COUNTY'S SCHOOL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN Jefferson County School for Execptional Children located in became the beneficiary of a nice contribution recently the Jefferson County Junior Red Cross Chapter. And the above pic- shows the presentation of a check from the Junior Red Cross to of- of the shcool; Dorothy Strouse, chairman of the Junior Red Cross Elsie Heflebower, executive director of the Jefferson County Cross Chapter; Margaret Skinner, committee member, head Jane Younge. The Junior Red Cross derives their funds from annual drive held in the Jefferson County Schools. (Photo by Tim Sinn) ACRES B. Cone Call 725-5488 :about cold! And I don't wasn't over the When it gets down to it's easy to finn of cold spots where in. Now if one them and go areas with more perhaps, we'd all off next winter. I the sink area in it felt like the sink, stove, and on an outside inter comes, can be far behind?" linson and I got involved in spring Don't know how it I Ldn't seen days so I I rested. Marllyn Washing her dining living room drapes Mike did some in. on the two items when her turn at doing the column comes around SOOn. Bette Gault decided last week not to let the party circuit come to an end just because the holidays were over. BeLLe had a long Happy Hour at her home last Saturday. Lots of goodies to munch on and planty of time to catch up on 1982's various activities. Glen and Marion Wellman were in good health and enjoying the party at- mosphere, but didn't have a very good report on former resident, Pauline Vale. Be sure to keep your cards and calls coming to Pauline; she misses BRA even tho her family is in sunny Florida. Mary Browning got caught with a late-arriving car- penter plus an early arriving grandon, so Ruby came to the party alone. She was inquiring about former resident Peggy Warfield, who is now at home on the Eastern Shore. Marion Wellman thinks that she has Peggy's address, says Charlie is fine. From Leesburg came on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the llth annual show next June. We love miniature Tiffany lamps that we have been collecting and took some over to be juried for the show in hopes they could be shown. As I understand it, there are some 275 craftsmen interested in being judged for the June show. These would be in addition to all those who " were in the September 81 show who were given a numerical rating at that time. I had never realized what a mam- moth task this is and the amount of work involved. The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce should certainly be given credit for sponsoring such a wonderful activity. We are already looking forward to the next show here, Harpers Ferry, June 11, 12 and 13. To relax after our strenuous morning at the Citizens Fire Company, we drove to ShePherdstown and the Yellow Brick Bank Restaurant for lunch. Russ enjoyed his chopped steak with Hollandaise sauce, but I thought my Eggplant Par- the hall. And I had feeling so because I had and lined with shelf paper some cabinets. I eight to go, but three are chock full of that's a lot of wash. Well, good anyway. the painting and Pinson family ut the weekend Friday. Seemed Innocent enough and Jim to brother Gene's of pinto beans. Marilyn's new guitar. Son over bringing of musical in- and it wasn't long and Carmen Later on Jim crossed thd street the Garmans Wnishment if they the party. Since was at the he came along. evening was over staging and different They might not good but they had and luckily, no neighbors to Bob Gar- Erickson went Town last Saturday the house which has fixed up to rent. Looking they. Also these together with are gang ha get Blue Ridge. the Country the Civic For the Club, if they can plan perhaps they volunteers in- club functions. not only get the again but COuld have lots of as well. They to get an active ASsociation an- idea was to get subscribe to and use the Blue colunm to get etc., to the like a great and am sure that glad to get SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 14,1982 and son Perry, Guilford and Sarah Turner and son Ronnie, Randolph and Inez Ridgeway and son Money, Whitey and Darlene Weister and children Shayne, August and Kelli, attended the Student Practical Nurses caping ceremony in honor of Trixanna Turner, daughter of Guilford and Sarah Turner, held at James Rumsey Center in Mar- tinsburg. Jada Hetzeli and Malcoma Talton spent the weekend with George and Sed Talton and daughter Roxanne. Dinner guests on Sunday of George and Sad Talton and daughter Roxanne were Dennis and Cindy Crawford and son Dennis, Sharon Hetzell and children Jada and Jeff, and Mrs. Malcoma Talton. Faith CaBle was an over- night guest on Friday with her friend, Dawn Cook. Visitors on Wednesday of Elva Jackson and Diane Cook were Wanda Everhart, Linda Staubs and son Eddie, and Jimmy and Alice Jackson. Visitors on Thursday of Linda Staubs and son Eddie were Wanda Everhart, Diane Cook, Janie Reggi and Dorothy Pearl. Happy birthday wishes go to Mrs. Mary Presgraves who celebrated her 80th birthday on Sunday with a party given by her family. Doc and MarBle Garrett, Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray were among these who helped her celebrate this special oc- casion. Winston and Reba Presgraves and sons Terry and Dwayne of Berryville were past week visitors of Doc and MarBle Garrett, Wayne and Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray. Weekend visRors of Louise Howell were Nelson and Anna Grove and children, Petrinia Howell,Graver and Lisa Howell, Ronnie Nick, and Jerry Nick. Dorothy Wilt was a break- st guest on Friday morning with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Most Rinaldi of Millville. Dorothy Wilt was a visitor on Friday evening of Rosie Petrucci, also with her uncle Tom Longerbeam of Millvllle. Mearl and Dorothy Wilt visRors on Monday of Doarl and Genevieve Grove. Harold and Delma Staubs and children Petty and Greg were visRors on Saturday of Marc and Pare Fravel and daughter Stephanie of Charles Town. Curtis and Dabble Everhart were visitors on Friday evening of Daub and Melinda Cook and children Missy and DouBle. Jimmy and Sue West and daughter Destiny were visitors on Saturday of Jeff and Becky Rubeck of Ranson. FROST BITE RACE A jogging race was held on Sunday at Westminster College of Westminster, Md. The joggers started off the morning with a delicious breakfast, and started out in the bitter cold so the Frost Bite Race continued. Among those who par- ticipated were Ernie .Best who ran 3.2 miles, Gary Himes, Woody Spong, Brad Keller, and Walter Little sponsored by the Westminster College. Everyone cold, but didn't freeze, enjoyed the miles of jogging. . AAAAk AAkk A. qr r NV qr "qV V NF" qy Ny "V SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 L k k.   Ak kk AkL "V "V F F" F" F" "qr F" F " ECWMEETING The Episcopal Chur- ctlwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit met at the Rectory on Tuesday afternoon with seven members in attendance. The early afternoon was s- pent in readying the chapel, preparatory to holding ser- vices there during the winter months. A brief business meeting followed which was opened by the Reverend David Wood and during which a number of Rams of business were discussed. Dues were collected and by acclamation the present officers were returned to office for the coming year. These are: president, Mrs. Stuart Crim, vice president Mrs. Clayton Stagner; secretary, Mrs. George Crim; treasurer, Mrs. Page Hinton; Christian Education secretary, Mrs. secretary, Mrs. Harold Hinton; C.P.C. and U.T.O. secretary, Mrs. David Wood and altar guild, Mrs. Philip Creamer and Mrs. Clayton Stagner. A pleasant social hour followed adjournment during which delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. David Wood. Miss Susan Keller of San Jose, Costa Rica, who had spent the past several weeks visiting with her aunt and uncle, the Reverend and Mrs. Roy Vernon at "West Shah- stone" during the holiday break left on Sunday to return to Brevard College in Brevard, N.C. where she is a student. On Wednesday the Reverend and Mrs. Vernon had as their dinner guest the latter's brother Mr. James H. Snyder. Mrs. Mollie Nobrega and her dughter Nicole of Or- chard Hills were dinner guests on Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford, Nicole remaining here to visit overnight with he.r grandparents. John Philip Creamer. who had spent hi. holiday vacation visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer, and his sister Julia at "Locust Grove" left on Sunday to return to the UniversalLy of moved to Summit Point in 1936. HIS wife died many years ago and since his retirement he had made his home with his sister, in Ashland, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardesty have 15 "Worthless," who died of old age in January. Although a stray dog, when it got to the Collises it was home. We will miss seeing it ride on the seat beside Warren in his truck. kept in touch with him at They are now without a dog Christmas through the years until another stray comes but this year did not receive a along. card. Several days ago they received this note from his sister: "In answer to your card, Carlton died on January 4, 1981 at St. Paul's Church in Hanover (Va.) He was sup- plying for the Rector who had died a month or so before. He was vested, ready to go in the church when he had a massive stroke from which he never regained consciousness. He went as he always said he wanted to go, without illness, As one of the ministers Mrs. Edward Dunbar was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bullock and family on Sunday evening. Jeff Bullock who spent Christmas holidays with his parents will leave for Johnson Bible College in Tennessee on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mason and children Airport Road, were dinner guests of Mrs. Ruth Moreland on Sunday. Other guestrs during the week were Fay Hammond, Cecelia Alxander, Shippensburg, May remarked "What better day, Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Guy what better time, what better Kaylor, Martinsburg. place." Frank Malott and Jeff Mrs. David Jenkins, her daughter Mrs. DOris Wood and grandson, David Wood of Front Royal, Va., spent Friday visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Burner. Mrs. Jenkins reports that her mother's condition remains unchanged and that visits from friends and neighbors would be ap- preciated. Bullock were dinner guests of Ronnie Brown on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Brewer spent Sunday with Lt. Col. amd Mrs. Wayne Braver and daughter Megan, Alexandria, Virginia. Dinner guests of Marion and DOt Blue on Sunday were Kathy, Wen and Mel Diney of Shepherdstown. Tracey Winston and Chad Dilley. West Virginia in Morgantown.' .  . . A .. A A .A Brian M. Blackford Mrs. Martha McIntosh of -'vxrxr'v'cv'v'vxr'q Kearneysville, her sons, Keith LEETOWN #'t__lIt Aircraft and Lane McIntosh of An- Mrs. Ruth Locke qJoHIpeS dover, Mass. and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Danley and Dia1725-8309 Maintenance Course daughter Isabel of Springfield,    A Va. are spending a few days at the home of Mrs. Russell The Village was shocked to Air National Guard Airman Druschel called here by the hear of the sudden death of Ist Class Brian M. Blackford, death of their father. Stanley Dunn Sr. on Monday son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Mr. Louis Osborn is a in the Winchester Memorial Blaekford Sr. of Route i, patient at the Veterans Hospital. Our sympathy to the Martinsburg, W.Va., has Hospital near Martinsburg family, graduated from the U.S. Air having been admitted on Our sympathy to the family Force aircraft maintenance Thursday to the intensive care of Ernest Watson who died in training course at Sheppard unit where he remains in Jefferson Memorial Hospital Air Force Base, Texas. guarded condition, on Wednesday evening. Mr. Graduates of the course Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rudolph Watson was living in Charles were trained in aircraft of Ranson were dinner guests Town but had lived most of his maintenance, repair and on Sunday at the home of the life around Leetown and service, and earned credits former's parents Mr. and Middleway where he leaves toward an associate degree in Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and their many friends, applied science through the sons, Paul and John. T h e E x t e n s i o n Community College of the Air Those in the community who Homemakers club will meet Force. can remember back to the January 18 at II:30 at the Blacldord will now serve at 1930s will be sorry to learn of home of Mrs. James S. Locke Sheppard Air Force Base, the death of the Reverend with Mrs. Kenneth FriLLs as Texas. Carlton Fox who served as the cohostess. The lesson will be He is 1980 graduate of Rector of Nelson Parish for given by Mrs. Lyle Tabb. Martinsburg Senior High were dinner guests on Saturday evening of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mose Philip Creamer; devotional about five years, having Warren Collis lost his dog, School. FORD FORD * FORD FORD * FORD * FORD  FORD * FORD * FORD FORD x- RinaldiofMillville.  THE CLOSEST Yvonne Jackson and children Bobby, Pare, Kathy O . Bowers Everhart sporting a mesan was even better. Faith- and Scott, abd Lucille Jackson . . new Buick Eight, a beautiful fully were visitors ,on Sunday a ' gray machine, one day cold. "''" evening f Rbin PiPer' The  THING TO COST00 Randy Smisek and Len b ''k occasion was to help Robin Erickson were talking club rr-'vv'vv'qr'-x celebrate her birthday. business, perhaps crab feasts, CHESTNUT HILL Dinner guests on sunday of . . corn roasts, etc., in addition to Pa's Everhart Charles and Bessie Jackson the chicken BBQ. Randy says y were Junior and Elva e looksthe new room on his hoUselike a big mess but that v :v'-Dia1725-8608,A, VA.,V.V,V.v andandJaCkson' Lyle and Diane CookchildrenFaith Cogle.Dawn and Chris 00[FREE DRIVING really it is almost finished "I " with just getting rid of the On Monday Robert and Yola Past week visitors of Edgar mess and laying of carpet Ott, and Mrs.Myrtle Wilt wer Everhart, Wanda and Angle remaining to he done. guests with their sister, Mrs. were Captain andFrances ESCORT/LYNX! It was a work day for John Mabel Writ. Rodgers, Norton Smoot and Nelson although his train did On Thursday December 31, children Brant and Regan, , get him home in time to join Randolph and Inez Ridgeway, Delmar CaBle and daughter Edna at the party for a short Guilford and Sarah Turner Dana, Jerry Everhart, Blaine time. Turns out that'30hn and and children Trixie and Ran, Grove, Edwin and Linda Bowers Everhart were old co- Whitey and Darlene Weister Staubs and children Penny workers on the railroad and and sons Shayne an dAugust, an dEddie, EarlRodgers, Lyle    . that Bowers took John out on and daughter Kelli were and Diane Cook and children his first run. Small world guests of Mrs. Mabel Writ, ,Dawn and Chris, Faith CaBle, ii Marilyn and Jim Pinson and son Perry enjoyed Sunday dinner guests of were sporting their new celebrating the new year Fred and Peg Nick were Jerry designer jeans at BeLLe's together, and Mae Nick and sons Richie party. The jeans were that On Sunday, January 3, and Wesley, Ervin and Linda unmistakabh dark blue that Buddy and Inez Faye of Nick anddaughterMissy, and only new jeans have. Harvey California, Glen and Bertha Aaron Howell. ! AMERICAS BEST SELLING : and Carmen Howe were still Ott and Cindy Bonham visited Dinner guests on Sunday of with Mrs. Mabel Wilt and Edgar Everhart, Wanda and recovering fromthoprevious ,iv SMALL CAR JUST o night's party with Carmen enjoyed lunch at the golden Angle were MildredCogle and  doing a little dance in her long Corral Steak House, and later daughter Susan, Dave Waters, velvet skirt. We have a very visited with their brother Mr. Linda Cogle and children strict dress code atall Blue QuintonOtt. Later 0n Sunday Monica and Joshua, Marie i GOT BETTER Ridge Acres parties: No evening Mearle and Dorothy Rogers andson Billy. shorts are allowed if the Wilt visited with Mrs. Mabel Sunday visitors of Bill and Wilt and enjoyed the evening Eva Longerbeam were temperature is below with cake and iced tea. Jimmy and Sue West and  --== $ CAISH J.tSS|STtII freezing. Someone at the party was Visitors on Tuesday of daughter Destiny, Scottie, Q PLUS talking about seeing pictures Mabel Writ, Donna Turner and Benii and Joey Best, and Ruby taken at parties some years son Perry were Pare Jackson, Longerbeam. { ago. Carmen, I think it was Kathy Jackson, Dawn Cook, Visitors on Monday of Eva  24 Month124,000 Maintenance Warranty said she had seen some of me Ronnie Turner and Gary Longerbeam were Patricia  W [ when I was as slender as Russ Cogle. Best and son Joey of Knox- ROOiV A Rdme d S % of the therewasatirne, Atanyrate, On Thursday Sarah Turner sville, Md.  [[l Base Sticker Price on Any New BeLLe Gault got out her and Elaine Grove enjoyed Visitors on Sunday of Mrs. camera for Bowers Everhart lunch with Mabel Wilt, Donna Leona Staubs were Mr. and u O l Escort or Lynx. This Means A Rebate of a who was trying to get a pic- Turner and son Perry. Mrs. Paul Staubs of Loudoun Lure of Edna, Bette, Carmen On Sunday Mabel Wilt, County. " $275 to $375 * and Marion Wellman as well Dwayne and Donna Turner Fred and Peg Nick were  1 yb as some of the boys in the back IH DOl: VOLVO IH DODGE VOLVO IH DODGE VOLVO Rebate Mo e Applied toward Down Payment. % II11 I room, i.e., the kRchen. Idoubtff anY of the pictures will turn >O @L', E , Provides 24 Month--24,000 Mile Limited * Provides Unscheduled Maintenance and out so well since someone  $/1 hfl ''#2 f,   Warranty coverage (see Warranty Book Emergency Repairs as Required for 24." discovered later that the lens  and Warranty Card issued separately): Months or 24,000 Miles. O cover was still on the camera. , Just as we]], some of those O   VV *'1 C/  O : u_ Provides All Scheduled Maintenance Service O crazy pictures might have  T0 ''q/,e frosted the camera, z .... ' " for 24 Months or 24,000 Miles AT NO CHARGE. o Oo Party lovers Bab and Edie I! t  ffi Garmen looked great despite O  (O 'O  i 1 UU U. ....... THOMAssEN00 DELIvERED BETwEEN l/13/82and3/13/82. FORD MERCURY CLARKE @ a 100 South West Street -- Charles Town, W.Vo. the long night of partying. Bob is also a big mover in the "Let's Wake Up Blue Ridge Acres" movement. Hope some of his plans materialize. Russ and I had an entirely different and interesting day last Friday. The West O Ut"k'r/"D lldr PHONE 6S2-2S00 -e [ Virginia's Mountain Heritage ,.v.v,-,, ,,--,. Loc,t, ,t o  , ,.t,,,t,, s Arts and Crafts Festival was  "HomeOS.ev,e.' W"{'' v't PHONE: 725.7031 having its "jurying" pro@era  DODGE VOLVO IH DODGE VOLVO IH DODGE VOLV ; FORD * FORD * FORD FORD FORD FORD FORD FORD ,, FORD * FORD