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18 Safety Program For Youngsters Backed By Sheriff's Unit Jefferson. County Sheriff Donald R. Giardlna has an. nounced that the county sheriff's department is in the process of putting together a child safety, drug and crime prevention program. This will be accomplished by working in conjunction with Kevin Whited, area safety coordinator for the National Child Safety Council. The safety council's program consists of study manuals for youngstes five through fourteen, pamphlet, safety posters, films, study charts and records. Currently, Whited has been contacting business and in- dustrial leades to explain the program and to solicit finance support to help cover the cost of materials utilized in the program. Giardina has stressed that this is the only program of its type to be sponsored by the department this year. If any other person should attempt to solicR support, Giardina asks that he or his department be contacted immediately. ,mOmKOOmOBBBBOBBBOOB MIDDLEWAY Naomi Barrow Dial 725.2500 ,B a o m Om mo OAt mwomomOm Mr.and Mrs. Stanley Dunn Jr., and children Vic and Ann from Rippon, Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr., Mrs. Victor Blue returned home last Monday after a trip to Texas. They went by plane to Houston, Texas and from there they went for a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Frank Jarson in College Park, Texas. They returned back to Houston on Wed- nesday and attended the Cattle Show and Rodeo for two days. They then motored to Geradalupe, Mexico where they visited with the family of HOMES - RENTALS . FARMS RANS0N REAL ESTATE AND Richardo Bernal. Their daughter Maria was an ex- change student and stayed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn Jr. last year. Terry Ring was honored on Friday night with a party in his honor, given by his wife Terrie. His guests included their children, PaN, Donna, KiN and Candle, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ring and son Bradley, Mrs. Jackie Propat and children, Mrs. Barmy Mc- Daniel and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring. On Sunday Mrs. Ring had as their dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carson and on Monday her dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ring and son Bradley. Happy birthday Terry. This week the Girl Scouts of I IIIIII INSURANCE CO., INC. THIRD AVENUE -- RANSON, W.VA. COMPLETE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE SERVICi INSURANCE- Ph: 725-7071 - BONDING OWNER FINANCING AT 14 % ! Good Terms on These (2) homes in private Club Community of Blue Ridge Acres. LIKE NEW - 3 bdrm. rambler w/white brick Fpl. in Living room, dining area, equipped kitchen, 2 baths, Large screened porch and full basement. All this on approximately % Acre ............................... +,I6i, NI I ACRE WOODED LOT - with this 3 bdrm. rambler' w/attached garage. Also has 2 baths, equipped kitchen, Living room w/fpl., and woodstove, elec. b.b. heat, full basement and screened porch .......... : ............. sit, see NEW LISTINGI 3 BDRM. RAMBLER - equipped kitchen, I bath, Large screened porch. Wood burning insert in fpl. in living i room. Large lot. Lots of privacyl Conti'al Air. s,r/,N# (Lots and Acreage) BLUE RIDGE ACRES- Building Lots .................. uaN.u, 20 ACRES - Beautiful Locationt App. 480 ft. road front- age ........ .Jwt rld, owner Imx/oul IIUI@ II II IIIIII IIII IIIIIIII III1411111111 II II llm   m g 1 LIST+WITH US CALL FOR DETAILS JAN UMSEY- 725-4167 America are celebrating their 70th anniversary. Recently Brownie Troop 417 held their Investiture Ceremony at South Jefferson Elementary School. Those who being in- vested or received pins or patches were Tracey Bradley, Kathy Jones, Becky Ring, Angle Vincent, Paula Liekey, Corey Low, Kara Jones, and, Cheryl Vincent. Mrs. Allen Ring and grandson Bradley were Wednesday all day visRors with Mrs. Hilda Creamer and Mrs. Carrie Donivan in Harpers Ferry. Mr. William Mercer of Ranson returned home on Sunday night, after a business trip at High's Store in Buckhannon, West Virginia. Mr. Leonard Knighten from Martinsburg was a Friday visitor with his sister Mrs. Anna Gray in Happy Creek. Mr. Leon "Lee" White celebrated his 85th birthday on March 5th. Lee known to his many friends is a Veteran of World War I and in ex- cellent health. Best wishes from your many friends in the Village. Johnny Hough from Security Hills spent the weekend with his grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James. Mrs. Harlan James and Mrs. Alma Swartz visited on Friday with Mr. and Mrs. D.P. McIlwee in Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson were Tuesday callers with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Pierce of Inwood. Jack Myers returned home on Saturday after being a medical patient in the John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Jack is scheduld to return to the John Hopldns Hospital in three weeks, when he will have heart surgery. Mr. and Mrs. William Lee and daughter attended the 25th wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. John Hammond on Sunday. The affair was held in Chambersburg, Penn. Mrs. Hammond is the former Faye Moreland, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Moreland and the late ruin Moreland. Many others from the Vlage had planned to attend, but were unable to go due to the snow. Mr. Bill Zombro from Berryville was a Sunday visitor with Mrs. Helen White and MrS. Fleda Gravel. Miss Velva White from Herndon, Va., spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. LesSer White. Other visitors with the White's were Harold White from Springfield, Va., and Kevin Jones from Boyce, Va. Mrs. "Harlan James, Mrs. Catherine Cross, Mary Ann Gardner and Alice Pifer were visitors this past week with Mrs. Ruth Stevens. Mrs. Dixie Ruby from St. James Village, Md., was a Friday supper guest with Mrs. Stanley Dnnn Sr. Happy birthday to Mrs. Edith Irvine of Hidden River who celebrated her birthday on March 8th. 6YEAR OLD HONORED ILsa Shirley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley Jr., was honored with a Mc- Donald Birthday party on Saturday aRernoan for her sixth birthday. At 1 p.m. at McDonalds in Charles Town. Games were played and pictures were taken during the party. Those attending were SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCAT THIAY, MARCH II, 1982 Sean Burton, Sherry Shirley, Krista Shirley, Stevie Fraley, Jason Shirley, Renee Mills, Lindsey Breeden, and Co, in Matthews. Adults attending were Lisa's mother Connie Shirley, Paula Fraley and Debbie Shirley. Lisa received many nice gifts. On Sunday evening she was honored again at the home of her grandmothers, Mrs. Helen Shirley. There she had a Strawberry Shortcake which was enjopyed with the family after the Sunday dinner. Mrs. Kathy Shirley, Jen- nifer and Tiffany and Mrs. Helen Shirley were Friday visitors with Mrs. Betty Hovermale and family in Runson. Mrs. Katherine Jones celebrated her birthday on Saturday March 6th. She was treated to cake during work at the Charles Town Turf Club. The cake was a gift from Mrs. Anna Gray. Mrs. James Cain has been confined to her home and under the Doctors care. We wish "Mrs. Cain a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett Feigley from Marion, Virginia spent the weekend with Mrs. Dora Feigley. SYMPATHY The Village learned this past week of the death of Leonard Mason, who died on February 22rid, at the Saint Joseph Hospital in Baltimore. Funeral services were held on February 25th, at the Leonard Ruck Funeral Home with the Rev. William A. Workman officiating with burial in the Cedar Hill Cemetery in Baltimore. Leonard was born and raised in the Village, having moved to Baltimore many years ago. Love and sympathy are extended to the family from the community. Also, sympathy and love are extended to the family of Mr. John Hayes who died over the weekend at his home in Charles Town. The Hayes are former residents of North Carolina, coming to our area some years ago. They liked Jefferson County and made this their home. They lived some of those years in the Village. The body was returned to North Carolina on Wednesday and funeral services will be held in Raleigh on Friday at 2 p.m., from the Browns Funeral Home. SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725.7777 ECW MEETING The Episcopal Chur- chwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit met on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Page Hinton in Charles Town with seven members and the Reverend David Wood in attendance. The meeting was called to order by the president and was opened with a prayer by the Reverend Mr. Wood. During the routine business meeting several items of importance were discussed and attention was called to a number of up- coming activities. At its conclusion The Reverend Mr. Wood read and discussed excerpts from a book entitled "Blood Brothers in Christ" by Malcolm Smith. During the pleasant social hour which followed adjournment delicious refreshments were Momber Multiple Listing Service 209 N. George Street, Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 BUYING OR SELLING -- CALL US/ g.92S-14TT SUMMIT POINT: Structurally sound 8-room houso on % acre. Seeking imaginative Individual offoring lots of TLC. $lwqJ0 SHEPHERDSTOWNz Large split foyor on acre shaded lot. 2 full baths, hardwood flours, deck, paved street. Unbeliev- able package with large atsumablo loan at 8.17% and owner toko bk.//US nmvm you In ................... .+..$]19,1P00 CAVE ROAD: Spacious Rambler, ovor 2400 sq. ft. with 2% baths, 2.car garage, central air. ! .9 acres in prestigious neighborhood perched atop a knoll allowing unobstructed view of tho Blue Ridge .................................. $71),900 S-LEVEL SPLIT In Potomac River community. - ,9 acre with large trees and garden sStot. Miles of roadway for riding, jogging etc. Private deck for entertaining outside, large comfortablo family room is Inviting ot any time. Owner will flnanco .................................... $, ' ELEGANT COUNTRY HOME ON lg ACRES: 6500 sq. ft. of beautifully designed living space, gourmet kitchen, ring- stone  patio. Detached 28 x 52 garage can accomodato 4 vehicles or a small business. Additional acreage avallablo. $249,0110 IIUILDING LOT: 2 wooded building lots totalling 2.2 acres in Shonnondalo. Corner Iqts, close to first entranco off Mission Rood. Hova been perked .................... aoth for , We have many other propertlefi w. ex. terms Judy Moore, Alsoclate Broker ................. ... 876-6176 Lulgl De Bonl ........................................ 725-7321 Joe Cllmlo, Realtor ..................... ....I+II.9601* served by the hostess. Daniel Hieiman and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph. Mrs. Howard Fellers is a patient in the Jefferson Mrs. Philip Creamer and Memorial Hospital, having Mrs. Stuart Crim ac- been admitted there on companied Miss Devorah Wednesday after suffering a Roenigk to Dulles In- broken ankle in a fall on the ternational Airport on Monday steps of her home. Her many friends here wish her a rapid recovery from her injury and hope to see her back on her feet again before too long. Miss Julie Shirley of "Locust Grove" attended a silver wedding anniversary celebration honoring Mr. and Mrs. Lester Webber which was held by their children in Berkeley Springs, W.Va. on Friday evening.  Miss Eleanor Rings of Gaithersburg, Md., was a luncheon guest on Friday at "West Shenstone," the home of her cousins, the Reverend and Mrs. Roy Vernon. Miss Frances Coleman, who makes her home with her niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brown of Hamilton, Va., underwent surgery in the Loudoun County Hospital in Leesburg, Va., on Wednesday for the removal of a cataract from her eye. Miss Coleman, who will celebrate her eighty eighth birthday next week, returned to her home on Saturday and is reported to he recovering very nicely. Mrs. Daniel Hileman joined Mrs. Joy Woodford of ResiGn, Va., on Wednesday of last week to celebrate the iatter's birthday by having luncheon in Middleburg, Va. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Hileman and their daughter Amy attended the little theater production of "Three on a Horse" at the Old Opera House in Charles Town and on Sunday af- ternoon attended the presentation of "Cinderella" at Shenandoah College in Winchester, Va. Mrs. Lee Allen Drish and her daughters, Stacey and Shelley, were among those from the Jefferson County 4-H Saddle Club who attended the judging competition which was held on Saturday on the campus of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg, Va. Judging teams from four states par- ticipated in the event. Also attending from the Summit Point area were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ferguson and their daughter Valerie. HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Complimenting their son Paul on his fifteenth birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph entertained a group of friends and relatives at their home on Sunday evening. Helping him to celebrate and sharing his birthday cake were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb of Orchard Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rudolph of Runson, Mr.. William Kremer of Win- chester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. LoUIs Osborn, Mrs. David Wood and daughters, Heather and Dawn and his' younger brother John. On Thursday evening Paul was tendered a pre-birthday surprise when his brother and sister-in-law, Mark and Mary Rudolph, entertained the Rudolph family and Mr. Jack Ponder of Charles ToWn at their home in Renson. That evening, too, was complete with gifts and good wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Giasdord returned home on Sunday evening from Buckhannon, W.Va. where they spent the weekend visiting with the farter's brother and sister-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Menear. On Saturday Mr. Glasaford, in company with the two Ritual teams from the Charles Town Moose Lodge participated in a state competition held at the Moose Lodge in Buckhannon. Leaving there early Sunday afternoon in eight inches of snow they negotiated the snowy two hundred and fifty mile trip through the moun- tains without event only to skid into a ditch a half mile from home! A tow truck was necessary to extxicate the car but fortunately neither thepassenger nor the car suffered any ill effects from the mishap. Mrs. Jerry Bane hem been confined to her home the past week suering from Phlebitis, Among those visiting with her daring the week were Mrs. of last week where the latter hoarded a plane to return to her home in Phoenix, Arizona. Miss Roenigk, who is the daughter of a classmate at Mrs. Creamer's at Stuart Hall, has been living on the east for the past year. Em- ployed in Frederick, Md., she had been a frequent visitor with the Creamers at Locust Grove. Many friends and relatives from the community attended the wedding of Miss Dana SmaUwood and Mr. Danny Jenkins which was solemnized at two o'clock on Sunday af- ternoon in the Baptist Church in Charles Town, and the reception which followed at the Lion's Center. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkins of Summit Point. Mrs. Martha Ann Mclntosh of Kearneysville spent the weekend visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Russell Druschel. Mrs. David Myers of Newport News, Va., is spending several days this week visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford. Miss Lori Ryan and Danny Mills were overnight guests on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nagle and their family on the Flowing Springs Road. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron and their sons Jimmy and Jonathan returned home Sunday night from a weekend visit with friends at their home near Charlotte, N.C. Miss Heather Wood was an overnight guest on Friday at the home of Miss Marcia Pittinger in Charles Town. Mark W. Hill Has Completed Training Army Pvt. Mark W. Hill, son of Nancy S. Hill of Route 7, Martinsburg, W.Va., has completed basic training at Fort Sill, Okla. During the training, students received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tac- tics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss Lillian Myers Dial 725-5168 The Jubilators Quartet will be at Williams Memorial Church on Sunday March 14 at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver M. Rutherford were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Farren on February 20, in honor of their 10th wedding anniversary. Also present were Mrs. Lee McDonald, David Farrell Robert and Bronson Miller. Participants in math field day from here were Scarlett James, Ricky Myers, Robert Miller, David Farrell, and Steven Myers. Miss Camilla Wlltshire ORCHARD HILLS Three Bedroom Rambler, Z baths, Guest room, family room, Woodstove, $39,990 Assume 12% Mortgage Call 7P522 After 7 p.m. ROBCO REAL P.O. BOX 669, CHARLES TOWN, WV 25414 (304) 725-6070 ROBERT H. WHITE REAL ESTATE FOR SUMMIT POINT - 3 bedrm, frame house on % acre i liv. rm.; din. rm.; kit.; family rm.; laundry rm.; elec. heat; fireplace .................................. 85 ACRE DAIRY FARM - Completely equipped with bedrm, recently remodeled house. 60 ACRE FARM - with large bank barn near Town. Excellent horse or cattle farm. ACREAGE - 2 adjoining acre lots in Avon FOR RENT - 1 bedrm, apartment in Charles The McDonald Agency 120 North George Street Charles Town, W. Va. (30,1) 725.7313 Pot Kercheval (304) 725-58111 Harvey Kercheval (304) L. B. ATHEY, Broker JOHN R. OLIVER CO. ++ spent the weekend with Miss IMllian Myers. Ricky Myers and David Farrell will be going to the regionals to be held at the + school for the deaf at Ronmey on March 12, 192. Mr. Floyd William Barry is a patient in the Va. Hospital. He is in ron 104. We wish him a complete recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Roy and son Nathan Mrs. Batty Padgett and grandson Danny Padgett spent the weekend with Charles Padgett at the Ancor Camp grounds in North Carolina, where he works. RANSON: 3-year-old Ranch house, 3 bedroom, 1 bath living room, dining room, on double lot. Well insulated. A Good buy at ,S $I 9,000 Assumable at | %. KEARNEYSVILLE:  BR Rancher with 1% baths, partial basement, large patio, 7 years old. ASKING s39,tlee SHEPHERDSTOWN: Steamboat Run -- Brick level on 2 Acres, 4 br's, 2% baths, living room, dining room, kitchen, full basement, patio, two-car garage. Owner financing $99,0 RANSON: Orchard Hills - B-year aid brick and sid- ing Rambler. Full basement, 3 BR's, large front room large kitchen, 14 x 20 family room; hardwood floors large fenced' front yard, well la6dscaped, lt/ baths Priced to sell at $49,0@@ MIDDLEWAY: New Rancher an full basement, nearly completed, Excellent buy for contractor or someone can finish this home. Features include t,500 sq-ft. living space. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, new appliances, wood- stove, centrat air, thermo-pane windows, much, much more. Best of all this home comes with 15 acres of beauti- ful land. Just minutes from town. Only $75,000 for everythlngll CHARLES TOWN: South Morison St.. Colonial ROnch with/two-car garage. 3-years-old, features 3 fiR's, 2 full baths, woodstove, hearth, 1456 sq-ft of living room space. Excellent location. Patio and front porch, fenced yard, Good retirement homo .,50 SHEPHERDSTOWN: Rt. 45, Super Nice Dutch Colonial Split foyer, featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, appliances, large storage building, energy efficient, only 3 years old. Brick & Siding construction. Owner financing. This prOperty is in move in condition. $5901 BOONSBORO, MD.: 90-year-old stone and brick farm house on 7.4 acres. Home is in superb condition, offers the following: 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, Den with fireplace, built in book shelves. 10 x 24 patio off den, formal dining room, large kitchen with all appliances, 2 stairways, and much, much more. 2,483 Sq-ft. of living space. 24 x 36 bank barn, garage, fenced for cattle or horses. Beautiful views, uniquely landscaped. Taxes last year $450.00; heating costs $645.00. Private, but close to town. You may find a property like this once in a lifetime. .,. $1U,00# HIDDEN RIVER: Wide Horizon 1.1 acre building lot on Opequon, mostly wooded, beautiful building lot, $9,0@I) AFTER HOURS CALL! SHIRLEY ROCKWELL .......................... 725- SHARI LEADMAN ............................. 72S-359'J JEANIE RINALDI... ........................ GARY PHALEN ............................... fiG| WATSON ......................... BLACKIE DAVIS ............................... 725- I LOTS -- AREAGE -- FARMS AVAILABLE OFFICE HOURS: Man. - Fri. 9:00- 7:00 -- Saturday 9:00 - 2:30 OTNIR TIMI$ MY APPOINTMENT 901 E. Washington Street, Charles Town, W,Va. CHARLES TOWN. 2-story duplex, 2 BR., bath, kit., living rm., hardwood floors, new heat and fully insulated. Owner w/! take mond mortge ......................... 3 gR Frame home on approx. % ac., Ig. kit., dining rm., faN. rm., carpeted floors, window air condiffoner convey. allend elect, heat ............................................................................ ++.. .... ORCHARD HILLS. 5 BR, Brick front split foyer w/living rm., fam. rm., lg. eatin kit., ,peted floors, stove, ref., 2-window air conditioners & water softener, All for only Wo have 2 Ig. commercial properties for mlo. Both In excellent locations to sun