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I 2 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1978 u. 0 .- ..,,..- m. u ml, n..am . tv.gm I  .. ,,,. :LP Marked 50th Anniversary *}[ SOCIAL-CLUB PERSONAL / J i  'HON|:'25-2046Br725-2047 ' 00t'1 IP _ Mrs. Hallle M. Frazr, er Named As I Jeffers0nianMan0r Empl0yee Year | ; I y yt - 1  .... McDonald, Orchard Hills,  i Charles Town., announce the Mrs. Hallie M. Frazier,, nan birth of their second daughter, been selected, as the Employee llil t = ar,zae.oranr oftheYear for 1977atJef-  i J | ; m ! 21 in Winchester M,mm'i] zersonian Manor, inc., mursing mm:,::u, , HOE ital weE hen l ...... Home, located on Rt. 9 in ] p , g g6 bs. 14oz. " n The mother is the former Sharon Charles Town. Thzs a - Annette Trenar dau her ^ nouncement was made this week Mr. andMrs. JaYesD. gTrtenar; by Mr. James S. Hecker, Ad- Mr. and Mrs. William E. Clevenger celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Janua:y 8, with an open house at their i ome in Halltown. Their children: hosted the social func- tion. "A corsage and boutonniere were given to the honored couple, and corsages were also given to Mrs. Virginia Trail, who served the cake and Mrs. Earl Peacher, who served the punch. Both are sisters of Mrs. Clevenger. The four-tiered cake was baked and presented to Mr. and Mrs. Clevenger by Mrs. eorge Houck, a niece of Mr. Clevenger. It was beautifully decorated using yellow and white, the color scheme for the occasion. The refreshment table had a cen- terpiece of yellow and white carnations along with silver and crystal serving pieces. Several floral arrangements received as gifts from friends completed the decorations for the occasion. Mr. Clevenger is the son of the late James W. and Elizabeth Hessey Clevenger, and Mrs. Clevenger is the daughter of the late Nathaniel and Jessie Hill Gray. Both were born in Jef- ferson County. They are the parents of three daughters, Mrs. Lester Bond, Jarrettsville, Md.; Mrs. Myrna Bowers and Mrs. Alec Costello, Halltown. They have two grandchildren, Bruce Bowers and Mary Lane Costello, Halltown. Mr. and Mrs. Clevenger were married on December 30, 1927, in Hagerstown, Md., and have lived in Halltown since that time. MissAlice Hayes Mr. bonald Spickler To Wed In Fall Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe G. Hayes of Vintor Farms, Charles Town, announce the engagement of their daughter Alice Meredith to Mr. Donald L. Spickler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meade E Spickler, of Briarwood, Mar- tinsburg. Miss Hayes attended Charles Town High School, Shepherd College, and is a graduate of the W. Va. Uniwersity School of Pharmacy. She is employed by Thrift Drug Company in Palmyra, Pa. Mr. Spickler attended Mar- tinsburg High School and graduated from W. Ya. Univrsity with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He is employed by the State Automobile Mutual Insurance Company in Camp Hill, Pa. A fall wedding is planned. : Independent Auxiliary To Hold Valentine's DayDance Feb. 11 Members of the Auxiliary of the Charles Town independent Fire Company, will hold a Valentine's Day dance at the Charles Town Turf Club on February II, from 9 until I p.m. Music for the dancing will be provided by "Iced Melon" with admission set at $6.00 stag and $8.00 per couple. AIR tickets sold. at the door the hight of the dance will be $10.00. For more in- formation, call 725-4149 or 725- 4454. H. F. Fire C Dance Sat, FebnJaff 11 The Friendship Fire Company will sponsor a dance at the fire hall in Harpers Ferry, on Saturday, February 11, 1978, from 9 till l. Music will be fur- nished by "Too Many People" Band. Tickets are now on sale at $8.00 per couple; $6.00 stag. For reservations, call 535-6915 or 535- 6967 or contact any fireman. J. RUSSELL FRITTS & SON, INE 309 W. WASHINGTON STREET Charles Town, W. Va. 304 - 725. 5577 You've Got Better Things To Do.,, .... :Y Than Scrub And ' .........................., , :' ........ Wax Floors " : " ;  ! t! :i -g ii l " : ; ;tij ! . .,/.i GAFs'rP.,R Sheet Vinyl Floors Come in today and see our GAFSTAR Foamcraft  "wax-free ' floors. They are so easy to care for and just an occasional damp mopping or mechanical buffing restores the desired gloss GAFSTAR Foamcraft floors are available in an exciting array of patterns and colors and are simple and easy to install yourselfl NORMANDY BRICK PATTERN tt t I I I I II I I I II II of Bunker Hill. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey B. McDonald, Rt. 1, Charles Town. Beth has a sister, Karen Jean, 19 months old, awaiting her arrival home. Local Jehovah's Witnesses To Go To TwDay Seminar The Charles Town, W. Va., congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses are planning to attend a two-day Bible seminar at Grantville, Pa., on January 28 and 29, according to W. A. Baker, the presiding overseer. Approximately 700 delegaWs are expected to attend. This seminar features the theme, "Endure Thru Close Association" It will be developed by discourses, in- , terviews and practical demonstrations designed to assist all the delegates how to apply Bible principles in their lives in order to keep their families spiritually united. The highlight of the seminar will be the feature discourse entitled "Maintain Your Con- fidence Firm to the End". It will be delivered by Mr Wflltam J. Martin, District overseer and representative of the World Headquarters of Jehovah's Witn'esses in Brooklyn, N.Y. He will emphasize the need to rely on God's Word, the Bible to follow scriptural guidelines in order to have confidence in God'S promises. Mr. Baker said the local congregation eagerly looks forward to this program and would be happy to aid others in the community to see how they can have the Bible principles enrich their lives. For additional information, please phone 725- g. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke I The only news seems to be snow and more'snow. Lucky me, my neighbors shoveled my paths and opened my driveway. AIR I need to do is stay in the warm house. Leetown has grown, but still some of the old residents are here and we are thankful for their help, Mr. Charley Lowery, Shepherdstown, spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue. The club will meet January 30, at the Leetown U.M. Church. The same night there will be an Administrative Board meeting at the church. Mrs. M. H. Wilson, Charles Town,was a recent visitor with ministrator of the facility. This selection culminates a program which was started in December J 1976, designed to recognize ef- fective and superior per- formance by employees throughout the year. The program involves the selection of an "Employee of the Month" during the year with a final selection made from theorist of: those who achieved this recognition to he named as employee of the year. Mr. Hecker pointed out that the process of determination which resulted in Mrs. Frazier's selection, was very detailed and thorough. Employees were given the opportunity of nominating an employee for this honer in a secret ballot. The results of the ballot were then weighed and integrated with the recommendations of super- visory personnel; personnel performance; evaluation ratings; the results of state inspections as they reflected thus food preparation takes on a special significance and probably is the singularly most important item in the spectrum of the Nursing Home schedule" the Administration further stated. "But most important, the particular care and concern Mrs. Frazier shows for each residents particular dietary needs adds a special dimension to resident care and to this end Mrs. Frazier makes a con- tribution not always measured I in tangibles", Mr. Hecker stated. Mrs. Frazier will be presented with an enlarged framed copy of MRS. HALLIE FRAZIER performance in particular nursing home services; the recommendations of the direction of nurses and the overall view of the Ad- ministrator. "The final decision of course", Mr. Hecker stated, "is in the preview of the Ad- ministrator and the competition was indeed keen and spirited". "Yet, Mrs. Frazier emerges as a well deserved and popular choice for the results of her competence and dedicated at- tention to her duties benefits both the resident and employee population". Mrs. Frazier has been em- ployed as a cook at Jeffersonian Manor since November 1965. During her employment, her expertise in the art of Geriatric Food Preparation has been a source of great pride and has contributed substantially to the health, morale and well being of the residents as well as the staff, all of whom are served the meal which occurs during their shift. "The highlight of the day for many residents are the meals, this news release plus a Savings Bond at a ceremony at the emph)yees monthly conference during February. Mrs. Frazier is a resident of the Harpers Ferry area and is the wife of Mr. Clarence Frazier. Mrs. Millard Edwards. Again the village was sad- dened by the death of James W. Strider. The Strider's are natives of Leetown and lived here for a number of years before moving to Charles Town. Sons Of Contedemte Veterans To Meet The January meeting of the Henry Kyd Douglas Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans will be held on Tuesday, January 31, at the Village House in Shenandoah Junction, at 7 p.m. Robert Borden will serve as chairman of the host committee and provide the program for the occasion. All members of the Camp are urged to attend this, the first meeting of the year. HOLY CROWN RETURNED BUDAPEST, HUNGARY -- The Holy Crown of St. Stephen, Hungry's most re- vered symbol of nationhood, was returned after a three de- cade exile in the United States. Ladies! Do You Have The ad Weather Blues? Invites, You To Come And Get A Ray of Sunshine At Our Fantastic Fall & Winter Sale THE MIRROR BOUTIQUE Where You Iave No Parking Worries Baker Heights, Martinsbnrg, W.Va. Hours: M-Th.-FH. lg a.m. - 9 p.m. T- W - Sat. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. T. W. 6 - 9 p.m. by Appointment Named To Dean's List At W. V. U. Be tsy Malone Barker has been named to the Dean's List for the Fall semester with a 3.5 at West Virginia University. She is a ,tth year English and Speech Education Major. Betsy is the-daughter of Mr. and l4rs. Harry Barker, Morison Street, Charles Town. Allen R. Marshall Files As Candidate County Commission Announcement was made Monday that Allen R. Marshall, life-:long resident of Jefferson County, has filed as a Democratic candidate for the County Court from the Kabletown District. lVJarshall retired from Badger- Powbatan after 35 years and is now selling real estate for the Ranson Real Estate and In- surance Company. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He resides with his wife Engagement Of Miss Ballanger Rev. Fred smith MI::?:2:CC A Miss Rebecca A. Balenger ot BA.Un:met,ili a:[de thnedlo:' ;:n tion, announce their engagement to be married. Miss Balenger is the daughter of the late Raymond S. Balenger and Mrs. Eleanor Thatcher Balenger of Bunker Hill. She has recently returned from Korea where she served as a medical missionary with the Presbyterian Church, U.S. Presently, she is nursing at the Wlrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center, Fishersville. The Rev. Smith is paster of the Elk Branch Presbyterian Church, Shenandoah Junction, and Halltown Presbyterian i Church, Halltown. He is the son [ of the late Rev. J. Hoge Smith, [ Sr., formerly a pastor inthe old I Winehester Presbytery and Mrs. Virginia Duekwall Smith, a resident of Sunnyside Presbyterian Home, Harrisonburg, Va. Plans are being made for a Spring wedding. "Mickey" Johnson  Files As Candidate County Commission Michael M. "Mickey" Johnson, vice-president and manager of Shannondale, Inc., who has been active in com- munity and civic affairs for some years, announced Monday he has filed as a Democratic candidate for the Jefferson County Commission from the Kabletown District. Johnson, who is making his first venture into politics in the county, is a graduate of Greenbrier Military Academy, located near Lewisburg, W. Va., and of Shepherd College, where he received a B.S. degree in Political Science. Mickey, who has been connected with the management of Shannondale, Inc., since 1959, is president of the Potomac Little Baseball League in Jefferson County; a member of Delta Sigma Pi fraternity at Shepherd College and a district director of the fraternity and a past-president of the Jefferson County Chapter, American Red Cross. Mr. Johnson said in an- nouncing his candidacy that he is seeking the office because he feels he has a broad view of the needs of the county residents and he can address them in a more forceful and manner for solving them. For Shepherdstown Our Shepherdstown correspondent, Hansen is always glad to receive news her column and will be glad to have yo at her home phone 876-2672. She is interested in all activities, meetings, ents and also any pictures which you l'ke to use in this newspaper. So, for She stown news, please call...and often... _ re ! Urn. Perturb, Mr. Buffs A Married In Leetown ChurC00 Miss Blossom Lorraine Christmas day w Perrott andr. Charles Edward I attended by family a.l Butts were married Sunday The reception was December 25, in Leetown home of his pare, Baptist Church by Rev. John Mrs. Elmer Butt, Emert. Hidden River. The we'l The bride is the daughter of was decorated with Mr. and Mrs. Franklin L. i red roses and gre_  Perrorr, Rt. 1, Sharpsburg, Md. ithe words "G,ood c| * The bridegroom is the son of Mr. ! and Blossom'. | and Mrs. Elmer Butts, St., i Mrs. Butts ! Charles Town. ! The bride wore a long gown of Williams ort High P . l pink organza, tied at the waist I Butts graduated $ with a pink satin ribbon. Her l Jeffersn High a matron of honor was Mrs. Pearl I Rumsey Vo-Wech,a Ware, aunt of the groom. She I urmerly with the  wore a long gown of light green I Army Reserves in t and white. His cousin, Dennis but isnowemployedm Kirk, was best man. The Block at HagerstOW' Mrs, Leeds. IL Riely President Opera House Theatre Guild Powder Room of tl House. Mrs. Riely% that the Old Opera 14 included in the p Garden Tour in , members plan to, hostesses for visitOr! Opera House and to beverage during the, Mrs Lorena pos 'reported that the 0P:: t been very successfd-l and donations duril year and had givea the Old Opera BOU The Guild wel members interested teering service for and operation of the House Dues for vol and Associate Me should be mailed $. . Morl Philip Moler, Charles Town. MRS. LEEDS RIELY I)i# The Old Opera House Theatre Officers of the o, Guild held its Annual meeting on the Charles ToWn_.l Monday, January 23, at the: Church for the Y.'. Tommy James Workshop to! elected at the (a ( are elect officers for 1978 and to hear meeting. They u reports. Chairman Wfllm ,., New officers elected to serve Chairman, lv[ in 1978 are Mrs. Leeds K. Riely, ! Secretary, .W,a President; Mrs. John Allen, first I Treasurer, C. w..d " ' TreaS= vice-president; Mrs. William[ Assistant William HaI Presbytenan #[ Van Ryzin, second vice-' president; Mrs. Richard Neal,: recording secretary; Mrs. Max Brown, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Philip Moler, treasurer. The Theatre Guild provided funds for the decoration of the / C.W. Theatre Charles Town, W.Va. 725 - 5212 (PG) SHOW TIMES WK DAYS 7-9 SAT-SUN 2-7-9 Benner. The Property which takes cre church properP] Chairman, Mar i members Willia , Benner, isabell " and C. W. Harilt' I Parent-l, Night At lille High Febr Principal Warre members of the ferson High Sc: | invitation to (, Jefferson High  tend a Parent-Tef be held Wedn'., from 7 until 9 P'P' school. Tired of Kee Messy Receipts Carolyn on Old Cave Road and Your Income Tax, his. three children, Gayle, Gregory and Deborah. Insurance For Marshall is an active member of the Asbury U.M. Church; Prescription PU serves on the Board of Directors of the Bank of Charles Town, Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Old Charles Town Library, Shermndoah Home, Jefferson Cou, nty Memorial Park and JEDECO, Inc. Let Us Do It For You. We eep Ct Records Which We Can Furnish Let Us Save You The SCOTT & WHI Charles Town Pharmacy SUPER Your Discount Pharmacy SERVICE 2s W. Washington St. Ctmdes Town, W.Va. PHARMACIES NEWL Y REMODELED