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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOC.ATE -- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1985 II 100 Students Participate In High Symposium With Business Leaders 100 students from the llth 25 different business, in- ~d professional leaders in ~C, mmty Wednesday, Feb. 13, Center in Ranson for the High School - Business And the two pictures posing questions leaders daring the five- which lasted from 9 a.m. was presented by ~ Clmmber of Corn- with the West asked many questions objec- themselves about the various businesses, industries and professions represented and also about the American free enterprise system. Serving as leaders to the students were: David Ash, Jefferson County Administrator; Dennis Barton, Ernest Benner, Rebecca Briggs, James Bryan, William Cbesley, Joseph P. Christian, Jr Roeco Cipriano, Jack Coulter, J. Blaekwell Davis, Jr Peter H. Dougherty, Dominiek "Wells" Fargo, James Hecker, Henry E. Jovanelly, Paul Lee, Jane Kastl, Sue Kellerrnan, Robert L MaSon, Donald E.W. Niemaun, Rick Pekar, P.T. Porterfield, III, Jeffrey Smoot and Marie Sowers. Christian, chairman of the Chamber Education committee served as chairman of the project and Porterfield served as moderator for the discussions. Henry Jovanelly, president of the Chamber extended the welcome to the students and also made the introduc- tions of the business leaders. Others in- troduced were C.C. Hammann, 16th District vice-president of the West Virginia Chamber; P, aymond Frazier, superintendent of the Jefferson Coun- ty Schools. The ~ of the symposium is to offer Jefferson High students an op- portunity to meet and talk with members of the business community and to help them to better understand bow business works. (Photos were by Kable Pbotographics). Roll For Junior High JAYCEE WOMEN HELP WITH PAGEANT is the honor roll for the announced by Principal A "B" average is in order to achieve the qTH GRADE Christine Bittinger, Canby, Tonya Cares, Amy Shawn Craig, Cassandra Cross, Michelle Cross, Lori Donivan, Dawn A's, Sheila Fauble, Mark ,Cathy Funk, all Kimberly Guerrero, Susan Hoekensmoth, David Jenkins, Carolyn Kable, Eric Darrin Kratz, Felicla Lowery, Brian Heather Mercer, Traci Myers, Dai Nguyen, Nikki Piehot, Chris Polen, Jolene Poling, Michael Rarelli, Diane Nsena Russell, Elizabeth Thompson, all A's, Bet- Kimberly Via, Shannon White, Omnie Writ, and Nicole GRADE Tiffany Bailey, Brian Adele Braxton, Clinton A PUBLIC SERVICE MESSAGE FROM THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE Michelle Burns, Tony Valerie Cook, Kim Crom Robert Davis, Penny Fields, Michael Frem- Trudy Hosby, Charles Johnson, Michad Kimer, Leigh Tara Kianer, Dianna l~[Is Lemon, Mandy Link,' , Donald Bruce Myers, , Mary OCt, Robin Painter, cri.y Poting, John Robin Schreiber, Jemfifer Tilley, Mark Waiters, Patrick White, and Bil- ly Jo Writ. NINTH GRADE Dee Alkire, Valerie Bailey, Forrest Bradley, Allie Campbell, Ryan Camp- bell, Pam Clendening, Ken Coffman, Billy Coleman, Crissy Coyle, Grog Dillow, Carrie Dreisch, Shelley Drish, Anita Espinosa, Lori Fadeiey, Marsha Feaster, Kathy Hayes, Dapheny Heath, Yvonne Heath,~ Greg Hdlebower, Shannon Henry, Jennifer Hrilmarm, Bridget Hosby, MieheUe Hough, Julie Jewell, Steve Jovanelly, Patricia King, Trevor ~, Maria Lico, Teresa Long~, Tammy Lytle, Matthew McClellan, Mike T. McDonald, Carisa McDowell, Rebec- ca McFerron, Cynthia Meadows, Bill Mundey, Barbara Payton, Shawn Payton, Darren Paxton, Traci Propst, Michelle Rademacher, Tina Russell, Mark Seal, Jeremy sechler, Elisa Senesi, all A's, Angle Seltzer, Cheryl Sherman, Andrew Skinner, Kyle Smith, Autumn Renee Smith, Renee Michelle Smith, Jmmifer Stine: Stephanie Strader, Kasandra Thorn- ton, Tammi Togans, Tammy Vincent, Laura Walker, Stacy Walker, Lea Ann Watson, Lynn Watson, Jason Welter, Jeff Weller, Doug Williams, and, Carolyn Yates. The Charles Town Jaycee Women held a regular meeting at the home of Linda McLaugldin on Wednesday, February 13th at 7: 30. The urdt will finish the month by helping the Miss Jefferson County Scholarship Pageant on Saturday February 23 at the Jefferson High School auditorium. Anyone interested in joining the Charles Town Jaycee Women should contact Gina Frye at T25-4744. Tax for the A program providing local tax &s- sistance for older taxpayers. Check with the IRS for a location near yOu. Th to the people of Jefferson County for your patronage during our first six months of operation, for helping to make us a success. we We realize are not perfect - therefore we have a replacement or money-back guarantee for donuts which have been purchased but were not fresh or e} DebraRoderick, were improperly filled; if you have experienced this, - please come in and let us know so we can rectify ',0UN' the situation. We want to keep you as a customer and can only do so if you complain to us if there I~B A IkJIqP F'al'A 'l 'l, isaproblem wlthourproduct. For those of you who have not found us yet, please { 703/95$-!' 69 {- stop by and sample our wide variety of freshly made .e 1[ donuts and our fresh ground coffee. Our drive-thru window is open 24 hours to7 Wd. AU. } serve you. ,during Fall & Whtq" ,LeV De J t I.eATS Air| CUUM PACKED t-LL EARLY FOR AN 201 N. Mildred (Rt. 9), Ranson DINTNMENT AND FOR (m:ro~ from John's P.estaurard) REASONABLE RATES. South "Concert Royal" At Shepherd February 27 Honor Students Principal John W. Rc~ has an- nounced the honor roll for South Jef- ferson Elementary Scho~ for the third six week period of the current school term as follows: SECOND GRADE Mrs. Hopkins: Ivan Wesco, All A's, Jennifer Childs, Tawaynia Doleman, Christopher Duvan, Misty EUiutt, Vic- toria Gilbert, Jody Heare, Rebecca Hill, Jeremy Kimble, Tammy McDaniel, Carrie Moore, Angela Snyder, Kristy Wymer and Conte' Yates. Mrs. Wharton: Avery Corwine and Lisa Ranelli, all A's, Russell Carroll, Michelle Collyer, Karen Dailex, l~'ole Dawson, Christina Everman, Scott Friend, David Horsing, Brian Hogbin, Ray Johnson, Jason LaRue, Barbara Plotner, Scott Reichert and Randy Welsh. Miss Ridley: Dawn Bohr and An- drea Miller, all A's, Melissa Laycock, Helen Je~, Steven Fraley, Lola Popkins, Kristin Hoffman, Krishua Crum, Tabitha Hart and Katherine Lang. THIRD GRADE Mrs. Kershner: Martin Canby, Tricia Dean, Loretta Kline, Lance Lind, Todd Lind, Amber Overly, Alvertia Myers, Joshua Wolfe and Daniel Vance. Mrs. Steptoe: Micbelle Richmond, Ann Harrison, Kisha Doleman, Jeremy Atwater, Gwendolyn Pearson, Wade Garrett, Bruce Armstrong, Christine Sterling, Lori Henry, Paul Gruber, Deborah Hensley, Charles Miller, Colin Matthews, Ryan Fin- cham, Kristy Kline and Kristy l)tmn. FOURTH GRADE Mr. Jenkins: Libby Withem, Joey Gruber, Christy Bradley, Steve Car- roll, Cheryl Vincent, Joe Maul Bridget HiLl, Jason Mills, Stacey Liskey, Alex Senerpida, Damian Cot- wine and Melissa Mills. Mrs. Kirk: Dennis Brown, Renee Holben, Kathy Jones, Heather Miller, Chad Shade, Danielle Stateler and Craig Weatherboltz. Mr. Massimino: Brian W'dliams, Jack Myers, Stacy Moore, Angela Hart, Anthony Coons and Melissa Breeden. FIFTH GRADE Mr. Kearns: Anessa Friend, Stephanie Funkhouser, and Todd Poston, all A's, Matthew Child, s, Hol- ly Laycock, Stephanie Nesslerodt, Becky Ring and Bradley sensel. Mrs. Whetzel: Tracy Casto, Ray Combs, Mark Del-Colle and Angela V~t, all A's, Misty Seltzer. Miss Work: Jessica Rowland, all A's, Nat Burns, Mficbele Chilcls, Todd Heare, Sarah Lemen, Kin Ring, Valerie Sterling. SIXTH GRADE Mrs. Johnston: Brian Everhart, all A's, Jeff Bm'ch, Sot)ia Thomlmon, Joe Ceravalo, Jeff L~Bon, John Dean, Trudy Russell, Donna Dawson. Mr. Wells: Anissa Hopkins, all A's, Andrea Overly, John Rudolph, Joe Weatherholtz, Jason M agaha, Robert Combs, Earl Lang. Mrs. Burns: Tracey Bradley, Cindy Harder, EarILiskey, ~ Miller, Angola Radamacher, Denise Robin- son, Amy Shirley, Peggy Smallwood, Jennifer Manuel, Peggy Newcomb. SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Concert Royal, recognized as the country's finest period instrument ensemble specializing in major 17th and 18th century music, will perform at Shepherd College on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. in the Creative Arts Center Theatre. This performance is free and open Sunday In The Park Seeks Entertainment For the 58th year the annual Shenan- doah Apple Blossom Festival will burst into full bloom May 2 thru 5. For the eleventh consecutive year the Festival will feature "Sunday in the Park" on the fourth and fmal day of the Festival weekend, May 5. For six hours, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. that day, the Winchester Recreation Park will be tramformed into a spectacular "Show of Shows," with arts and crafts, exhibits, a Civil War sham battle, ap- ple crate derby, and dancing, singing and musical entertainment. According to Susan Coffman, Sun. in the Park entertaimnent chairper- son, entertainment acts of all types are invited to apply for this year's perfor- mances. ALl entertainment in the park is presented on a volunteer basis. Ms. Coffman stated that the selec- tion of acts will be based solely on an application and audition cassette tape (if applicable) which must be filed with the Apple Blossom Festival Head- quarters before March 22, 1985. Applications for performance of entertainment acts may be obtained by contacting the Festival Offiee, 19 South Cameron Street, P.O. Box 3099, Winchester, Va 22601, or by calling 703-662-3K3. to the public. Since its founding in 1974, Concert Royal has been highly acclaimed for its outstanding premieres of French opera-ballet, Italian opera, German oratorio, and a wide variety of Baro- que and Classic orchestral and chamber masterpieces. Concert Royal is under the direction of James Richman (above), harp- sicbordist, fortepianist and conductor. In 1976, he was the winner of the Bodky Competition of the Cambridge Socie- ty for Early Music, The Concert Royal presentation at Shepherd is sponsored by the Shepherd College Creative Arts Lec- ture Forum, and funded in part by the West Virginia Arts and Humanities Commission and the National Endow- ment for the Arts. II I, I I m" tO ) me uNrrm war >. BIG 99' SALE UNDERWAY Ouolity New and Used Clothing, Household items, baby bed, bossinette ond more. Will be gk~d to help you with sizes. Brle4 copy of this od and get s2" off every $10 purchase from now through March 15. Stop by And S@e The Barl~lns At PEGGY'S THRIFT SHOP 203 E. Liberty Street Charles Town Phone: 725-4839 after 5 p.m. Open six days a week, 11 a.m. -- S p.m Closed Sunday I II I I It. tt/ Ill~ll I i i Use the Shenandoah Federal ACCESS Machine at these locations: 617 Winchester Ave Martinsburg 263-8901 Route 1 ! 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