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22 Fred G. Butler, Sr. Named Director Of American Farm Bureau West Virginia Farm Bureau Presi- dent Fred G. Butler, Sr. has been elected to the Board of Directors of the American Farm Bureau Federation, the world's largest voluntary, private organization of farmers and ranchers. A Berkeley County dairy farmer, Butler is serving his second term as President of the 10,000 family member West Virginia Farm Bureau. He suc- ceeds New York Farm Bureau Presi- dent Richard McGuire as Northeast Director on the national board. Among Butler's many honors is ap- pointment by Agriculture Secretary John Block to the National Task Force of the U.S.D.A. Residue Avoidance Program. He is presently serving as President of the Middle Atlantic Divi- sion of Dairy Farmers, Dairymen, Inc.; and is a member of the Dairymen, Inc corporate board. Butler also serves as Treasurer of the National Milk Producers Federa- tion, and a member of that organiza- tions executive committee. An active leader in the Berkeley County community, he is currently a member of the Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Citizen Advisory Committee to the Board of Education, past President of the Lions Club, and a 32rid degree Mason of Triluminar Lodge 117. Butler and his son, Fred Jr milk 140 head of holstein cattle at their opera- tion in Inwood. In addition to operating a 1,000 acre farm, Butler is owner of Wright Motors, Chrysler-Plymouth dealership in Martinsburg MIDDLEWAY Naomi Barrow Dial 725-2500 In all my years driving Route 51 to work at General Telephone Company last Tuesday taking the news to the Spirit of Jefferson Office, was the worst I have ever experienced. There were quite a few disabled cars along the road and more than twenty bad places of water. I met one big truck go- ing through one spot and it was worse than going through the car wash. The worst soot was at the Davenport's Farm. I didn't think I was going to make it back through. To top it all off, my brakes were wet and not too good, but the news must go through. Mrs. Carolyn Simpson of Falls Church, Va spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Dora Feigley. Join- ing them for Sunday dinner was Mrs. Chris Harrison of Summit Point. Mrs. Kathleen McIlwee of Win- chester and Bobby Deck of Russell's Trailer Park were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Alma Swartz. FIRST BIRTHDAY On Wednesday, February 6th, "Daniel Mason Elliott," small son of Tugie and Debbie Elliott's first birth- day party was planned. But due to the icy conditions, all plans failed. So, the day before Shirley Nicolaus and Mark Bowling arrived for their visit. While there "Nana" Nicolaus gave Daniel his first hair cut, then had to leave ear- ly due to the icy roads. Allen and June Elliott and Olive EUiott arrived later to "help celebrate. Mason Pifer ar- rived the next day despite the icy SMOKE DETECTORS SAVE LIVES AND PROPERTY, AND NOW THEY SAVE MONEY. Nationwide has a discount on homeowners insurance for homeowners with smoke alarms DOMINICK "Wells" FARGO 300 W. Washington St Charles Town Phene: 125.3434 er 125-$35| NATIONWIDE INSURANCE ~,lat~or'~vw~ la or~ your S~C~ Nabonwide Mutual Fire Insurance Company Homo Office Columbus, Ohio SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1985 Mrs. Dorothy L. Moore has been selected as the Employee of the Month for January 1985 at Jeffersonian Manor nursing home. This announce- ment was made today by the facility Administrator, Mr. James S. Hecker. In a personal letter to Mrs. Moore, the Administrator stated, "While the presentation of this award always fills me with pride, and pleasure, I find particular satisfaction in your" case. This is because you represent the "old guard" at our facility having com- pleted nearly five years in the service of our residents. We tend to take for granted the dai- ly excellence of our experienced nur- sing assistants and we justify it by simply saying we ext)ect no less. This of course fails to do justice to all of your ilk who on a day in day out basis perform with little fan fare or com- plaint but always cheerfully. I have noted that you are faithful to your responsibilities in that you are present even in the most inclement weather and often when you have felt less than Dorothy Moore Named Confurmation classes will be offered at the Middleway United Methodist Church beginning on March 2lad, from ,ee Month 2:0o till 3:00 p.m. Reverend Frum would like those parents interested in having their children confirmed to please advise him at your earliest con- venience. The children must be eleven years old or older. roads. On Sunday Tammy and Frank Spiker of Takoma Park, Maryland ar- rived to help celebrate Daniel's birth- day and Tugie's birthday was on February 13. Debbie, Jordan and Daniel returned to Tokoma Park with the Spiker's to spend a week, return- ing home on Friday. Tony and Mickey Joe Elliott of Bunker Hill were unable to attend the party due to icy roads, then later began preparing for the ar- rival of their son Austin O'Baker Elliott born on February 8th, at 5:17 a.m. in the City Hospital Despite all the icy weather Daniel's parE was put together even though it took several days. The Women's Missionary Society of the Leetown Baptist 'Church as part of Focus Week on Valentine Day gave a special treat to the Senior Citizens of the area and honored them with a lun- cheon held at the chul:ch. Rev. John Emert welcomed the guests and gave the invocation. After a bountiful meal topped with cherry pie and ice cream for dessert, all joine~t in a sing-a-tong led by Mrs. Helen Collis with her daughter Mrs. Carol Hardy at the piano. Mr. Ily Bratina was honored for well physically. Your quiet demeanor serves you not at all for we often look past you and fail to recognize direct and meaningful contribution that you make to our facility. If the squeaky wheel gets the grease you would be left out and this is why the presentation of the Employee of the Month award to you is so pleasurable to me, You have the admiration and respect of both your superiors and your peers but above all our residents regard you as a compassionate and competent nur- sing assistant. Your reward, therefore, is in this knowledge and you should feel well knowing that their lives are enriched by your dedicated efforts in their interests. I charge you therefore to continue to provide the ex- cellence I have come to expect from you." Mrs. Moore has been employed at the facility for some time. She is a resi- dent of the Kearneysville section of Jefferson County. A cash award was tendered her in recognition of her selection. both helped. Thc~se from the Village at- tending feel honored for the invitation and the christian fellowship. Mrs. Cora Jefferson represented the Wizard Clipp Extension Homemakers Club and helped on Wednesday with the Red Cross Bloodmobile held at the Episcopal Parish House in Charles Town. The Bloodmobile was sponsored by the Jefferson County Extension Homemakers. Mrs. Jean Leight from the Village also helped. Jeff Jones of Jefferson High School won first place in the Rebel Invita- tional Wrestling Tournament at South Hagerstown on Saturday February 9. Mrs. Robert Ruby of St. James Village, Md was a Friday luncheon guest with Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr. Miss Gaila Poston of Alexandria, BAB~ SHOWER , Mrs. William~Cdody'' White ~as honored on Sun~h-y. afternoon, February 17, with a sta3arise baby shower. The shower was arranged by Juanita White, Tammy White and Connie Seal. Games were played and prizes were awarded to Naomi Barrow and Debbie Breeden. Debbie Breeden also won the door prize. Pictures were taken throughout the afternoon. Those attending were Bertha Smith, Margaret Ann Weiant, Debbie Breeden, Judy Mills, Mac Kearns, Betty Poston, Naomi Barrow, Helen White, Connie Seal, Tammy White and Juanita White. Jody received many lovely gifts and those unable to attend sent gifts. Delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. Fleda Gravel returned home this past week after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Allen and June Elliott were Satur- day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Bush of Front Royal were Friday visitors with Mrs. Ella James. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus, Mrs. Linda Shirley and daughter Amy of the Village, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro of Uvilla were visitors this past week with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson. Mrs Patty Campbell of Laurel, Md spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Ruth Stevens. On Saturday they Va s n, wi, parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Poston, Mrs. Judy Hough and son Michael of ~~~~ Virginia Beach, Va arrived this past week and wilt be spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse ~-- Fr3*e Her husband Mike is on sea duty with the U.S Navy. being the oldest man present and Mrs. .D ~ ~ 4 ~ ~ ~ ,~ Floyd ()wens being the oldest woman. ~ BUY or LEASE ODOII, Mrs. Vicie Dunbar was honored by the i OLI)$/ OBILE] one having a birthday the nearest Valentine Day. Those attending from I I the Middleway area were: Lucy 98 " Poston, Louise Bradley. Pearl and ~~ Grafton Liskey, Ruth Moreland,~ ,~ jjyl( t Naomi Barrow, Virginia Pierce. Mary . . VALLEY HARDWARE CO. Hough, Thelma and James Davis, ~ BUlEK-PONTIA -0LD$-6M - i Virginia Dunlap, Alma Swartz, Ruth i " ou,e 9 No.h Phone 725 - 5113 Stevens, Cora Jefferson. Dorothy Han- Charles Town, W. Vo. t nas, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Drish,Charles Town, W. Va. Sarah Blue, Gladys Dunn and Vicie J Call 725-3448 Dunbar. Mrs. Dunn and Mrs. Dunbar ",=- 4," 9,'- ---- 9-I Southern States Meeting To Election Directors, Committees Election of local Board of Directors, be held at The SS Charles members, Farm Home Advisory Com- Cooperative in Ranson. mittee members, as well as operations The theme of the meeting reports, will be among highlights of "southern States: Teami the Southern States Cooperative an- and Technology." nual membership meeting to be held J.P. Burns of Charles Town Marchl, at5:00p.m. The mee~mg will serve as chairman of the meeting. Local operations and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harold rendered to agriculture in the Grove in Martinsburg munity will be discussed Mrs. Doris Hough spent SaturdayFritz, manager of SS night with her mother, Mrs. Thelma Cooperative. Kearns. Joining them for Sundav din- There will be special ner along with Leon White were Mrs. local Board of Directors Beverly Appell and daughter Tina. Home Advisory Mr. Thomas White was a visitor this who retire this year. past week with Mr. Leon White and Nominees for the local Mrs. Thelma Kearns. Directors are: Paul T. Mrs. Louise Bradley received word ward Hough, Harry M. that her brother-in-law, Fredeick Hor- Richard Zigler all of ton of New Jersey died last week in the Ladies nominated for the Nursing Home there. Home Advisor)" Rev. Charles Frum of Summit Point Marion LaRue of Rippon, Mrs. and Mr. WoodrowDrish of the Village Mickey of Charles Town, were Monday visitors with Mrs. Helen White. Margaret Laycock and Mrs. Gruber)both of Kearneysville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett, Mrs. Committee chairmen Mary Ann Lee and daughter Tiffany with the meetirfgare: were Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. Telephone Committee - Farm Ruth Moreland. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Advisory Committee Members. Kaylor of Martinsburg were visitors Committee - Farm Home with Mrs. Moreland. Committee Members. Safe Mrs. Virginia Pierce, Jay and Ban- Awards will be presented to nie Dunn and son Blaine and Mrs. Clark Bowling, Jr Lyle Moler Mar)' Hough were Monday dinner H. Moler, Jr and guests with Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr. Nusbaum iM TI:I Men's Plain Pocket Jeans Straight Leo and Boot Cut Sale 12.99 Reg. S16. Pick our Plain Pockets" and save S3 jeans with nothing on It' back pockets to spoil th plain good looks In polyester blend or 100% cotton. Both navy denff Men's wa*st sizes 3-DA YS LEFT SALE ENDS SA TURDA Y Off shoes for mef Have them SA TURDA Y thru . SA TURDA Y Art for Illustration Only. JCPer Charles Town, W. Va. Open Tonight Til 8:00 P.M.