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Lovely In Revue 10th annual Jefferson Charm Review, by the Cougar will be held in the High School Saturday, March 8-10 p.m. year 60 girls will be for the title of "Miss • High". The con. will be judged on and beauty in an evening competition. The winner receive the traditional and flowers along gifts from Judy's, Smart Fashions, Washington Specialty and Dairy Queen. t for the event provided by Jefferson and by Laurie Hoff- West Virginia's Miss. The contestants will perform in production numbers 'eographed to and "Ease on Road." pageant is being by Ms. Stephanie k of Charles Town. Larry of Morgantown, will as master of Amber Corbin Kip Corbin will serve as g bearer for event. Liz Branson, last will crown the Miss Jefferson High. w be on sale all of next week. The $2.00 in advance and atthe door, and they may from the con- or from certain hand SILVER GROVE Juanita Buzzard Dial 725.2240 rtork shower was given on March 6, for Mrs. Smith by her mother Beatrice. Everhart. present were Mrs. Burros of Leetown; Diane Myers of Harpers Campsites, Mrs. Anna and son Randal and Karen, Mrs. Sandy and Dougie and Tara, Donna Everhart and and Eric, Mrs. Hilda Mrs, Vanessa Mrs. Net Everhart, Darlene Cole and Tracey Paula's husband Mr. Smith and Ronnie and and Miss Rexanne Refreshments of chicken salad, salad, potato chips, coffee and tea. Those gifts but were unable Were Mrs. Frances Mrs. Shirley, Mrs. Waters, Mrs. Thelma Mrs. JuanRa Buzzard, Patsy Everhart, Mrs. Grove, Mrs. Mrs. Debbie !and Miss Trudy Grove. r nice and and Eric Riokard of were visitors on day with Roxanne and Karen Grove. Grove was an guest on Saturday Roxanne Everhart. and Mrs. Glenn Mrs. Darlene Cole were visitors on evening with Mrs. Everhart and Marcia View Drive. '. and Mrs. Ronnie Smith Ronnie and Dunika of Club Estates were on Saturday with Mr. Cecil Everhart. guests on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cecil were Mr. and Mrs. Everhart, Miss Karen Mrs. Darlene COle and Chapman celebrated SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCKI THURSDAY, MARCH 11,1982 Dunn Announces Monday Dislfibution Bee Line Chapter County's Recreational For Congress Of Surplus Cheese Hem Ceneal0g Prince H. Dunn, II, of The Government surplus cheese which has been allotted to Jefferson County will be distributed frdm the Fellowshi Hall of Asb.ury United Methodist Church on Monday, March 15, from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. for those not receiving, cheese at the last allotment and from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon for anyone else who is eligible. In order to obtain this cheese one must show proof of one of the fo,owing: I. A medicaid card, showg head of household and members of family; 2. A Food Stamp ID card (Jefferson Co. and up-to- date); 3. A form letter from the Dept. of Ware. A committee will be on hand promptly at 10:00 a.m. to start processing orders for the cheese. No one will be processed before 10 a.m. nor after 12 noon. his 4th birthday on Saturday evening with a party gi#en by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bucky Chapman of the Bloomery. Those present were Stevie's sisters and Angle and Amanda. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman, Mrs. Brenda. Jacxkson and Dana and Amy, Mrs. Frances Redgers, and Mrs. Norma Smoot and Brent and Regan. Refresh- ments consisted of a birthday cake served along with other party favorites. Mrs. Susan Rudy and Waynie of Knoxville, Md. were visitors on Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and grand- daughter Amy. Mrs. Frances Rndgers and Mrs. Norma Smoot and Brant and Regan were gisitors on Wednesday with Mr. Edgar art and Wanda and Angle. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Blue Ridge Mountain Fire Unit will sponsor a pancake supper on Saturday March 13 beginning at 10:00 a.m. tfl ? at the Fire hall. Prices are $2.50 for adults and $1.25 for children under 12. Come out out und support this event. Brent Smoot celebrated his 5th birthday on Sunday with a party given by his mother Mrs. Nornm Smoot. Those present, were Brents sister Regan and his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and Mr. and Mrs. Renald Rodger and Chris, and Jessie Ballenger of Bolivar, Mrs. Brenda Jackson and Amy and Dana, Mrs. Brenda Redgers and Renee and Melanie, and Greg Staubs. Refreshments consisted of a birthday cake, ice cream, cheese, and coke. Brent received many nice gifts. Cinda Everhart was an overnight guest on Saturday night with her grandmother Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mrs. Lucille Waters and Miss Christine Buzzard were visitors on Monday with Mr. und Mrs. Luther Cogle. Mrs. Cecila White was a visitor on Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Lather Cogle. Miss Christine Buzzard was a visitor on Saturday with Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Stewart and June and Chris and Mae and LiSa of Fox Glen. Later that evening the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenny and Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughter Kelly and granddaughter Jessica. They enjoyed their evening with lasagna. Mr. Lester Dillow of Kabletown, Mrs. Vanessa- Everhart, Mrs. Hilda Piper, Mr. Harvey Longerbearn were visitors on Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidrtnghaus and Laura and Kristi of Frederick were visitors during the week with Mrs. Gloria Grove and Ronda SPECIAL OIL COMPANY Program March 8 Bee Line Chapter NSDAR held its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. John Ambrose Monday March 8. Following the opening ceremonies the members were given an educational treat in the art of Genealogical Research by Hugh Voress. On the history of family tracing Voress gave many valuable tips including the museums where one may find this in- formation. The National Archives, a source for census and pension records; The Library of Congress, an im- portant place for county histories and newspaper collections; the National Genealogical Library family - Bibles, cemeteries, family members and the Mormon Church or Church of the Latter Day Saints in Utah. Mrs. William Wilson gave the national defense report which contained resolutions passed by the Continental Congresson Central America. The treasurer's report was presented by Mrs, B. Frank Hunmton and the minutes of the last meeting were read by Mrs. Leo Ruck- man. A lively discussion ensued concerning the feasibility of a juvenile detention center in the general area. Following adjournment, delicious refreshments were served by the hmtess. The AprU meeting will be beta m me home of Mrs. Barney Travell on S. Church Street at 1:30 pxn. on April 12 and the guest speaker will be Mrs. Charles F. Printz Jr. and Victor. Mr. Jake Jacobs was a visitor during the week with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Browning of Blue Ridge Acres were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Piper. Mr. Charles Everhart of Dargan and Mrs. Eima Jean Whitehalr of Harpers Ferry were visitors during the week with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cogle of Mannings, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jackson and sons and Mr. & Mrs. Junior Grove and Mr. Wayne Longerbeam and Mr. and Mrs. Rebbie Whit- more and family were visRors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle and Jen- nifer and Junior. Mr. Norman Jackson was a visRer on Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and grand- son Kenny and great- granddaughter Jessica. Mr. Raymond Waters and Kenny were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Cage Team Finished.2nd In Hagerstown Tourney A travelling team made up of participants in the Jef- ferson County Senior High Recreational Basketball League travelled to the Hagerstown Boy's Club, Saturday March 5, to par- ticipate in the First Hager- stown Boy's Club Recreation Basketball Tournament. The tournament was a four team consolation play with par- ticipating teams coming from Jefferson County: The Hager- stown Memorial Recreational Center, the Frederick YMCA, and the Hagerstown Boy's Club. The Jefferson County team came home with second place honors, while also placing two players, Gary Grantham and Mark Scott on the "All.Tournament team." In first round action, the Hagerstown Boy's Club was pitted against the Hagerstown Memorial Recreation Center, where the Boy's Club came away the easy winners of the contest. In the other first round game, it was Jefferson County against the Frederick YMCA and JeffersonCounty handed the Frederick Y a 93- 83 loss. In this game, Jefferson played a quick, run and gun type of game, many times not allowing the Frederick team to set up any type of defense. Often breaking the full court press, they went up by as many as 14 points on several - occasions. The Frederick team repeatedly tried to fight hack, and it was not until midway through the fourth quarter that Jefferson went up by I0 points and stayed there for the remainder of the game. In the consolation round, it was the Frederick Y team easily defeating the I-IMRC a 94-66 loss. In the Championship round it was then the Jefferson County and Hagerstown Boy's Club team who took the court. The JC teem came out a little cold after the two hour lay-off, and although staying with the HBC in the first quarter they fell victim to a second quarter cold spell when they fell behind by a 52-35 score. They tried to rally but it was too little too late as they traded baskets during the last half and ended the game by a score of 116-109. Individual scores against Frederick were Sam White 8; Gary Grantham 25; Mark Scott 28; Mike McDonald 8; Allen Newman 8; Craig Kershner 16. Individual scores against Hagerstown were White 12, Grantham 17; Scott 34; Mc- Donald 16; Newman 4; Kershner 18; and Pat Stagner 8. The two Jefferson County team players, Gary Grantham (£hepherdetown) and Mark Scott (Charles Town), were also recognized for their fine efforts, along with four other individuals. Sam White and Craig Kershner also place high in the voting but only 6 players could be selected from the over 40 boys participating. These selections and nominations of four Jefferson Martinsburg has officially announced his candidacy on the Republican ticket for U.S. KITCHEN'S PROFESSIONAL CHIMNEY SWEEP SERVICES LICENSED and INSURED (304) 725-5624 CASH If, CARRY 725-7121 YOUR FRIENDLY RANSON SERVICE GROCERY , 3 e - "  Spicy BalollnO \\; T.Bone / Ham 59 € s1600 Sl-s\\; ISl- e,. H,ed COLD BEER -- FRESH OYSTERS II II I I Ground Beef ...... s1%. Loose Sousago s14%. CENTER CUT Chops ................. SlS'h. 13 County players was due largely in part to the total team play and unselfish at- titudes of all the players. Coach Dave Bonebrake reported that every coach of the tournament commented on the fine unselfish-team work that came from the Jefferson team. The team play of all seven players of the Jefferson team would have been an inspiration and a clinic to many coaches and teams. Deaf Theatre Will Appear Shenandoah (:hades Town Jr. WINCHESTER -- The National Theatre of the Deaf will present one performance of its critically acclaimed adaptation of the Sumerian legend, "Gilgamesh," at Shenandoah College and Conservatory of Music on Tuesday, March 16 ,will be presented in Armstrong Auditorium at 8:30 p.m. The National Theatre of the Deaf has been called "America's most remarkable theatre." All but three of the company's fourteen players are deaf, and the company uses sign language to com- municate to its deaf audience and narration to communicate with its hearing audience. Tickets for the National Theatre of the Deaf produc- tion of "Gilgamesh" are now available at the Shenandoah Box Office, 667-3998. Adults $4.50, students $3. Representative for the 2nd Congressional District of West Virginia. l).mn returned home last year after completing 20 years . in the Air Force and retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel. He is committed to the Veronica's Room Coming To Apollo Theabe return of control to local ROsemarie Coy and Jim Horner display a ten- communities and the main- tenance of the West Virginia way of life that has attracted many people to this area. Dunn believes it is time for renewed community action to care for Rs citizens and to plan for its development rather than allowing a far removed government agency to dictate their desires. His family has always taken an active interest in com- munity affairs and furthered the prosperity and welfare of its citizens. Dunn took a renewed interest in com- munRy projects prior to his entry in the service, and wishes to continue his service to the people of West Virginia as their Congresskm] Representative. se moment in rehearsal of "Veronica's Room" being presented at the Apollo Theatre, 128 E. Martin Street, Martinsburg on March 18, 19, 20 at 8PM and on March 21st at 2:00 PM Tickets are $4 and $3. Box Office opens Noon to 5 daily. Eager Beavers 4-H Club Meet Features Pair Of Holidays BLUE RIDGE CO, TO REPAIR ROOFS The Blue Ridge Mountain Volunteer Fire Company is now accepting bids on fixing the roof of its fire house. For additional information contact Jamie,, Chris & Nicole Ott Bill Stewart at 725-8768 or hosted the February meeting Larry Buzzard at 725-2240. All o the Eager Beavers 4-H bids must he submitted by club. Because of the weather April 1. the club had to cancel the December and January meetings so they celebrated Chrismms as well as Valen- tines Day at this meeting. The members exchanged belated Christmas gifts and High Band Planning Mrs. the leader passed out Valentine candy to every For Winter Concert Members of the Charles Town Junior High School Band will be busy this week in preparation for their winter member. A drawing for the Valentine Queen and King was held. The queen was Cindy Meadows, and the king was Jamie Crawford. Jamie Oft was honored to he one of two Jefferson County concert to be presented March members picked to plan state 16, at 7:30 p.m. in the Wright 4-H camp at Jackson's Mill Denny auditorium. There will be an admission charge at the door of $1.50 for adults and $1.00 for students. Proceeds will he used to pay for the additional uniforms which and he gave a report on his activities. The dub is planning a flea market to he held in the Spring. A donation will he sent to IFYE from the club. Jamie, have been purchased. Chris and NicoleOtt presented Director Henry A. Thomas demonstrations on their 4-H has announced the band will projects and later served play a variety of concert and refreshments some of which marching band selections, were prepared by Jamie as Special features of the concert one of his projects. will include performances by The March meeting will be the majorettes, color guards held at the home of Ann and flag squads. Ambrose. 2 for 1 Sale Solgar, Vital, Thompson vitamins in stock. MILL CREEK ALOE VERA 18 oz Shampoo, reg. 3.50, 18 oz. Conditioner, reg. v3.75 ,y  now for "J., lt condmomz fro. ! PECANS. 50"/. 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