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ATHLETICS OF JEffERSON PONY LEAGUE HONORED ON PAST SEASON CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY BY KIWANIS CLOD Cub Scout Pack No. 39 Enjoys Annual Blue &Go!d 00nquet No. 39 held g' to eg Bus a ; Cub Scout Pack w n ual B] .' an Gold Bear Badge and Gold and Silver Febr try 2 in the Arrow was given to John Jen- Legic Lot ge in nings. Town, with many Devin Walker and Eric Fargo received Denner's Cords. Greg Bushman also received his their annual Blue and Gold banquet on February 25 in the American Legion Lounge Charles scouting officials present along with many scouts and their families. The dinner program also served to mark the 30th anniversary of Scout Pack No. 39 and also the 68th anniversary of Scouting. Following the opening ceremony conducted by the Webelos Den, the Invocation was given by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor of St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Ranson. Mtera bountiful dinner, the induction ceremonies were held by Scout Leader, Linwood I Feaster for the Webelos Scouts Denner's Cord and Michael Lee received his Assistant Denner's Cord. Terry Carper received a l- year pin. Receiving awards from the Webelns Den were: Trevor Littleton, Todd Jenkins, Ronald Davis, Timmy Martin, Tommy Smith, Steve Sowers, Scott Romine, Michael Feltner, Charles Feaster, and Matt Russell. Bey Scout Troop 39 received many awards. Pack award was given to Mr. Willard Lynch. 3- who were moving up into the Boy +  Scouts year pin was given to Bill Cubmaster James Brand Viands. Leslie Mangold received ics, one of the four teams in the Jefferson County Pony baseball served as master of ceremonies an award for Pack Secretary. on the league championship last summer with a record of 17 vic- for the evening's program and Dens 2, 3 and 5 presented skits d only three defeats, and Thursday night members of the Charles introduced speakers Mike and closing was held by Den 1. anis Club, sponsors of the team, honored them at a special awards Malone, District Scout Manager The Pack would like to thank gverl by the club at the Tawny House Restaurant. This coming sum- and Scout Donald Feltner, Jr., the following who all helped to 'frea, coached by Brownie Chrisman, will be switching their ac- who gave a talk on Scouting make this banquet possible: There was some group singing American Legion Post 71,  ", me Jefferson League to the Potomac League and they are now and awards were presented to Shenandoah Downs, Biakeley lng for another winning season Members of the team, as shown the following: Bank, Peoples Bank of Charles not necessarily in the order in which they are lined-up were: James Bobcat Badges went to Paul Town, Bank of Charles Town, +-, bat boy to the far right, front row; Troy Weaver, Sam Baile Ran Carlisle and Chris Davis. Shenandoah Federal Savings re, Y, Mike Gore, Richly Chrisman, Forrest Weinant, Rob Nicewarner, Wolf Badges to Devin Walker, and Loan, Mildred's Market, +'Wden, Tim Nicewarner, David Nell and Charles Thompson. Coach Jay Connelley, Michael Gibbons NaUonwide Insurance, IGA and Brian Romine. Market Manor and Thomassen .:,m, Is srlown to the extreme right in the second row (Photo b L E Bear Badges to Kevin Viands, Ford Mercury, and all the  extreme ngnt m the seem . Y " " Victor Carlisle, Tommy Smith, leaders and parents who helped Frankie Magaha. to make the affair the success it 00lm. enent! Set FoSet Forr KiKm dergarten,'n dergarten, m i . Bear Badges and Gold Arrow proved to be. Mr and Mrs Robert Brown: locked in a barrel at the bottom spent Saturday in Winchester, Mrs Mano SousPs of the sea, and finally confronts  HA  lt,,m.&u [Va., and they visited Mr. U uoes I uv I Brwn's mother, Mrs. Georgia  the Firebird and its even boss, ............. ""''"J ..... d -^n in Kabletown on 7' _ - .............. ., i B,o+..,, +o , Collection Of ells Koschei, The audience will be olio, whooping co_ugh; I Saturday night._ .... + surprised and amused tc discover the real identity of 0-day - neasl.esi Mr. andMrs.iwooo,reecmn Be Seen At Ubraff Koscbei lla( German or 3-day were aturaay night guests at, ulin skin her sister and husband, Mr. ann The beautiful shells that can This is the second year the .................... Mrs. Julian Breeden and family be seen in the display cases and professional touring company lwill have no choice, in Ransen. arranged in different places in Theatre West Virginia has of- m!h  the law, but to enforce A Quote: . the Old Charles Town Library fered a puppet play. The per- e urm Will not en an e e Sunshine m dehcmus September to those . . . are from the collection of Mrs formance lasts approximately tld arcla 29 Ram ts refreshing are nnable to show proof of ,. . Marion Sousa. one hour and includes a ten- leted all .required Wina .braces up... On a large poster areplaced 52 minute demonstration by , +u t grae fo l Snow is exhileraung ns. If you have not . . labeled varieties of shells. These Masters on the art and craft of izations: There is really no such thing are most interesting. The legend puppetry zvect- - as bad weather: .... of the sand dollar and examples For more information on "The , -,,L on the m Only dlfferem Kmas at gooo : ediately. Contact your of these shells are in the large Firebird call the Opera House. physician or County Health weather, case. The small case contains Tickets are 50 cents and may be fsn ts for entrance l old before old before Department for clinic dates. All kindergarten and first grade children Should be enrolled on March 29, however, those who do not have proof of immunizations and age will have until the dayu school opens to present such proof. Parents are urged to enroll their children in the school serving the area in which they live 90 Shepherdstown Jr. High Students On Honor Roll A total of 90 students at Shepherdstown Junior High School made a scholastic average of "B" or better during the third six weeks of the current school term and thus were named to the school honor roll, according to George Frame, principal. One student, Annabel Wait came through the period with straight A's. The 9th grade students led the honor list with 39, while 26 7th graders made the list and 25 8th graders The honor students by grades are as follows: 7TH GRADE Jane Brown, Francis Daniels Cathy Farmer, Cassie Hart Jennifer Headings, Carlton Holmes, Rob Hoxton, Darren Idens, Jeanne Ingalls, William Johnson, Lee Jones, Sherry Keiter, Deirdre LeMaster, Lori Mason, Susan Mathew, Karen Miles, Matt Miller, Andy Moore, Denise Powers, Beverly Sch- wartz, A. J. Shiben, Michael Smith, Tlmmy Weller, Donald Wert, Brett Wilmore, Amy Zlmmerman. 8TH GRADE Todd Banks, Orpba Bittinger, Robin Braithwaite, Joe Burwell, Kevin Carter, Gary Coy, David Hanak, Mark Hays, debbiei Hedge, Donna Hill, Dennis Hough, Sonja James, Steve i Jefferson, Scott Kemp, Mathew Lowe, Becky McDowell, Brott Morris, Melissa Prather, Karla Rauch, Mike Renner, Charlene Roman, George Skinner, Barry ! ' Webb- '. Mrs. tehes 'ith her the ice isl n. Under the i  st Week with articles that can be made from or decorated with shells. Mrs Sousa4a proud of her collectic and plaos to exhibit at a show in New Jersey next month. Anyone interested in shells or who collects them as a hobby would enjoy a visit to the library which is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from I p.m. until 5 p.m.; Tuesday, 10 am. until 5 p.m. and Friday, I p.m. until 7 p.m. New Spring fiction is begin- ning to appear on the library scene. Romance, the sweep of history, complexity of plot anc character are blenbed brilliantly in Julie Ellis' third novel, Savage Oaks. Be sure to catch Catherine Cookson's 6th novel about Mary Anne. Thousands who read and followed Mary Anne's adventures find her engaged to be married in 5 weeks, but life in this family never runs smoothly. A man's book is Robert Taylor's, A Roaring in the Wind. The scene is Montana in the 1857's which in itself makes for an exciting story. Chanters Chase, the foreboding wild and mysterious wood is the setting for Jill Tattersall's bright new novel by the same name. It is an ex- traordinary story of gripping suspense and romance that takes place in 1800 provincial England. The secret of Saramount, by Lillian Cheatham is a novel of romantic suspense also. The main character, Colin has returned after 12 years or is he the real Colin? One must read the book to find the answer. Puppetff Show To Be Presented Old Opera House The ancient art of puppetry i alive and well, in fact, keeping right up with the times, as audiences in the Charles Town area will see, when The Old Opera House sponsors three performances of "The Firebird". Puppeteer Raymond .Masters has designed marionettes using the same principles puppeteers used three hundred years ago, but the puppets will tell a modern story 20th century kids will enjoy when the marionette play is presented at 11, 1 and 3 p,m on Saturday, March 11, at the Opera House. Master's original play, part of the 1978 Theatre West Virginia repretory, tells how naive young Prince Ivan searches for the evil wizard Koschei and his en- chanted Firebird slave. On the journey Ivan meets the cranky but kind tsar of the forest, has a bout with a terrible seven- headed monster, finds himself obtained at the Opera House 9 to 5, Monday through Friday or at the rfoances if available. Joseph K. Brumbaugh For Specialized Instruction Lackland JOSEPH K. BRUMBAUGH SAN ANTONIO -- The son of a Martinsburg, W Va, couple, has been selected to receive specialized instruction after completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. Airman Joseph K. Brum- baugh, whose parents are Mr and Mrs. John L. Brumbaugh, St., Rt. 7, studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Completion of this training earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. The airman now goes to Carry Field, Fla., to attend the com- munications systems operator course. Airman Brumbaugh is a 1971 graduate of Martinsburg High School. His wife Judy Ann, is the daughter of Mrs Nervy M. Smith, of 1000 Brinker Drive, Hagerstown, Md. Sixteen Newcomers To Jefferson County A total 6f at least 16 new persons have taken up residences in Jefferson County in recent weeks, according to the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce. The new resident listed with the Chamber are as follows: L Daniel Peck, from Martinsburg to RFD Kearneysville; Robert R. Day, from Maryland to Bakerton; David N. Startzell, from California to Route I, Charles Town; Fein I. Fech from Virginia to 330 N. George Street, Charles Town; Gene W. Smith, from Maryland to Bakerton, W. Va.; Jack S. Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and family. Mr. and Mrs. David Housden and sons of Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. Louise Somers and daughter, of Chalres Town and Mrs. Judy Housden of Frederick, Md., were Sunday guests at the Breeden's home. Timmy Whetzel returned to his home in Gaithersburg, Md., with his mother, Mrs. Robert Hoyle on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mella and son Terry and friend Dorcas, of Falls Church, Va; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pope, of Brucetown, Va.; Mr. Garland McFillen of Main, Va.; Mr and Mrs. Carl H. Pope and son, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler and daughters, of Boyce, Va.; Mrs. Peggy Hart and daughters, of Berryville, Va., and Mr and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pope in Berryville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pope and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bow McGlathen and family of Front Royal, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pope and Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Pope of Berryville, Va., were Friday night guests at the Pope's home. Miss Dianne Breeden spent Saturday night at the home of her sister, Mrs. Judy Housden in Vitez, Beth Winger, Jamie ITY OIL CO., Inc. +oo,++. 9THGRADE Colleen Lewis, Todd Rauch, % Annabel Wait, all A's; Vincent Bates, Tuesday Bittinger, Tom Boyle, Crystal Brady, Allison l IIEATINOOIL DSLIVERIES Burke, Velda Clark, Mary 1 "lbWl'"- MargaretColston, ValCramer, Elizabeth Daniel, Tom Diehl, "fIN 10 DAYS FROM Lisa Dunn, Leslie Ferguson, :+ OATE of DELIVERY Billy Fritts, Chris Frost, Scott Gaff, Scott Haines, Deborah Hardy, John Hooper, Don   /[ L.  B  O P  N Jennison, Jodi Johmson, Joey Kessel, Jill LaRue, Kim Louden, Karen Marken, James Read, :RDAYS FROM Sam Staley, Laura Wanger, Joy Gregory Shanton, Tanya Shiben, PM For Your Convenience Washington, Steve WEigel, Wintor Months Terry Weisenburg, Ross Wilmore. OILCO. I '"' I rice If you live by high principles, you won't have 72v-:v2Tn I to tell anyone. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer' ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1975 .%%%%%' '..%%-.Y.%%%-..Y.Y.-;.y.-.: ..... %%%..%%-: Everman House 103 S. Lawrence St. Charles Town, W. Va., 25414 725-2198 11 Cordially invites you to a [Spring GoIoJ Sat. March 4, 1978 IDA -- 5P Sun. March 5, 1978 12N -- 5P Beautiful spring and Easter decorations Free silk F00er to make youmlf Door prizes Refreshments .. Nylander, from Gaithersburg, I all the rules and regulations for : n-_ LL _ I, . Md, to Route I, Charles Town, the c n r 'l up oming e e gy con- MOODS Mon0reo Gar G Tw , from Hyatt rv n ] Y 'gg " I se ation co test. An exhbit is rs sville Md to Route 3, Harpy , ., I required for this and is open to tatl/M TI e from" w,u mut Ferry; James F. Wls , Jail the 4-H clubs Maryland to Kearneysville; The next meeting is to be - special as it is an open meeting. Insurance David" N Murray, from Manassas, Va., to 5o9 w. After the meeting, a covered -i- Con ress Street, Charles Town, g ' dish supper will be served, all of Peter A Nsbet, from ]s w ' th' ill take place at the Washington, D.C., to Route 1, Shenandoah Junction Ruffian Charles Town, Robert G Club o n March 17, at 6:30 p.m. MacWhorter, from Maryland to Route 1, Shepherdstown; James P  - ,, E. Turner, from Maryland, to r.ager wvem Route 1, Kearneysville; Walter J. Myers, from Maryland to PJllh  ;n' Shepherdstown; David E. vuune umu mtuuu Cooper, from Maryland to Rt. 1, 'rho  .... r, .... . u r, i. ^ Otts Trailer Court, rpe ""- .. Jefferson County, held their Ferry; and Ernest L. Marun, I ^^- .... ,,..a. n.. . ...... , . ,-,t , _ month., .,., u, ,,-,,,oy -wm r Jorlaa m r+. , narnes + g ,ni ht February IS, with Wendy ]own. Magaha as hostess at the home South Jefferson Rudtans Given Page Jackson Stray The South Jefferson Ruritan Club held its February dinner meeting at St. John's Episcopal Church in Rippon. Mr. Rayrhond Frazier, Supt. of the Jefferson County SChools, was guest speaker. His oral presentation, supported by visual slides, provided an interesting coverage of the recently con- i structed Page Jackson Elem. !solar School. His most com- prehensive talk created con- siderable discussion. The Standing Committee objectives and the Social Con- cerns Committee program for CY 78 were accepted. The club also voted to donate $250.00 towards the Jefferson Com- munity Center at Bardane. Charles Jenkins and Emmett Boyd, Sr., reported on the Ruritan National Convention held January 15, 16 and 17 in Washington, D.C. The con- vention which marked the Ruritan's 50th anniversary was also attended by a number of other National Civic Organizations. [Ridge Runners Business Meeting, Hears About Eneq00 The Ridge Runners 4-H Club held their monthly meeting for February at the home of Debbie Mercer. The meeting for January was canceled due to the local snowstorms. Ann Tennant presided over the meeting, taking the place of Barbara Maphis, who was ill. The meeting was opened in the usual fashion with the 4-H song and of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Magaha, Jr., of Ranson. Due to the absence of the president, Kim Swar, the vice- president, Valorie Weller, conducted the meeting with eight members, one new member and four parents present. Each member was given their 4-H project book, activities record to be filled out during the year, and a calendar of events for the year. The club decided not to take part in the energy contest due to the fact that all the members are younger. An Easter bake sale will he held on Saturday, March 25, at 10 at the J. J. Newberry Store. Each member was asked to make a poster advertising the sale. The club will be represented at the Jefferson High School on February 28, serving the Charles 'i'own Southern States. Bobby Cline, Valorie Weller, and Dawn Link have joined the 4-H Heritage dancing team. Ann Ambrose and Wendy Magaha willgive a 4-H talk at the next meeting which will he held at the home of Rick and Scott Fritts on Wednesday, March 15, at 7 p.m. What you put off doing today, you will likely put off doing tomorrow. Ford Motors to recall 1975- model Ford and Mercurys. JAMES D. HOBBS James D. Hobbs, an officer and an owner of Spectrum Properties, Inc., of Berryville, Va., was presented a framed brass plaque for "Creative Transaction of the Year" for 1977 at this month's meeting of the Virginia Real Estate Ex- changers. This group of professional Real Estate counselors is a state wide organization which meets monthly in Richmond, Va., to solve ownership problems related to real estate. Mr Hohbs was quoted as saying, "It was a real surprise and a genuine honor to have my efforts formally recognized by two such prestigious entities as Layers Title and the Virginia Real Estate Exehangors". Art Classes To Be Held At Civic Center A series of 12 art classes will begin March 13, at the Jefferson County Civic Center. Gary Moreland of Shepherd- stown, is the instructor for the Monday evening sessions with class held from 7:30 till 9: 30 p.m. A tuition fee of $15.00 covers the entire 12-week course. Each person should bring his own working materials. Easels are provided. All interested persons are cordially invited to join with this group. If You Have Electrical Problems Call Us pledge. Devotions were given by Sonja and Scarlet MAGAHA, |riCo James. The club voted to make a donation to the Jefferson County -.----- .smmidizin in Commercial i ,,,,..,,, ,",a,,-+.a, Community Center Remodeling Fund, Wiring & Smice Discussions were held con- cerning the -H Round-Up to be Stocking many Brands Names+ 01." held in April and for the making of favors for the local Nursing Eltdcal Omces & equipment Homes during the month of ,,,,  ,,tm"ur-c--' & Incadescent ,amid'----. March. Start saving your old Water Heater elements& EtdcHeaters newspapers and magazines as the Ridge Runners are planning And Many Popular Types & Sizes. of Wire the another/paper drive for and I|ll Shenandoah Junction I+I MAGAHA In, i ++ place this spring. More in- formation will be av00lable at a later date. I The program was presen.tedl  by Jim Staley, 4-H Ext. agent for "-"" Jefferson County Jim explained