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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1  THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1978 EADING SQUAD SHEPHERDSTOWN JR. HIGH SCHOOL the close of the 1977-78 basketball season, the cheerleading squads of rious Junior High and High Schools in the county and section except a team has advanced in post-season tournament play, hang up their just as the basketball players do. And they, along with the players, for the honor or recognition which may come to them at the the school year when the various academic and athletic awards are out. While cheerleading is an exciting and fun-filled activity for those pate, it also requires a lot of dedication, time and effort with lory attached. But many girls in Junior High and High School vie to be a cheerleader, and shown in the above picture are the of the Shepherdstown Junior High School cheerleading squad. They in front, left to right -- Mary Branson and Colleen Lewis. Back to right -- Margaret Keltz, Trace Weese and Linda Stickle. (Photo by an) tER GROVE Buzzard rummage sale and Saturday, March at the Silver Grove starting at 10 a m. go to the Silver Church Building to donate cause should Piper at 72S- Mrs. Richard Engle of Charles Town on Saturday with Walter Cogle and Carlbough of was a dinner with Mr. and and family. Junior Howell Va, were Mr. and' Mrs. Raymond were overnight . and Stewart and Glen. Lewis Staubs of Fred Hill; Mr. and were es Everhart of was a visitor mother, Mrs. Dillow of and Mrs. and family, and Truman and were with Mr. and and family. Mrs. Larry lad daughter of Were visitors With Mr. and and family. U.M. Church Anyone Io give away Patsy Benefits church. We are picked up. Cole ana and daughters. Mrs. Hilda Piper and Mrs. Ruby Browning motored to Fairfax, Va., on Sunday and visited with Mrs. Browning's mother, Mrs. Bonnie Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Staubs of Charles Town was a visitor on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstown. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and granddaughter Amy, were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Pete MeUo and family of Shepherdstown. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and daughter of Fox Glen were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Mrs. Paula Smith and children of Martinsburg, were visitors Saturday with Mr. and! Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan, Mr. Gary Gary Harriss, and Wanda Everhart motored to Hagerstown on Sunday and had dinner at Bam Boo Gardens, Chinese Restaurant. The oc- casion was Mrs. Cogle's bir- thday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price and Mrs. Darlene Cole and daughter were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family were Mrs. Paula Smith and children of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart of Fox Glen, were visitors Friday with Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherdstown, were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring The Wizard Clipp Extension Homemakers Club met on Wednesday, March 8 at the home of Mrs. Philip Rehert, with six members and one guest, Mrs. Gaff Ebhott, present. The president, Mrs. Larry Ring, opened the meeting with devotions. Her scripture was from St. Luke, chapter 15, verses 8-9-10. She chose three words from the scripture, diligently, fellowship and rejoice, and told about the creative woman's role in the home, followed by prayer. Mrs. Thomas Magaha presented the lesson titled, "Mark of a Creative Woman in the Home". An interesting lesson was given followed by the major areas the homemakers may express her creativity, such as spiritual values, planning meals, cooking meals, interior decorating, sewing, canning, mini gardens, crafts and hob- bies, time for yourself, washing and ironing, cleaning, bookkeeping, child raising, reading, music, dancing, relationship with people in the community, and many more. The president conducted the lmsinessmeeting. There was roll call, secretary and treasurers report, followed hy reports from various committees. Quickie book reports were given by Mrs. Philip Rebert, Mrs. Alvin Lin- ton, Mrs. Larry Ring, Miss Dorothy Darling and Mrs. Naomi Barrow. With no further business, the meeting was adjourned and the ladies joined around the dining room table for refreshments served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held on Wed- nesday, April 5, at the home of Mrs. Alvin Linton and Mrs. Edward McKee, as leader. Mrs. James Hounshell of Brucetown, Va., visited on Monday with Mrs. Irene Ring. Mrs. Helen Seal returned home Thursday after being a patient in the City Hospital. She was in for observation and tests. Mrs. Douglas Ring returned home Thursday after being a patient in the King's Daughters Hospital. She was a surgical patient for the past ten days. Mrs. Linda Fishel and daughter Pamela Sue, visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Vorous and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fritts. In absence of Rev. Charles Frum, who is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital, Paul Ranalli was the guest speaker for the morning worship for the Middleway U.M. Church. The Wizard Clipp Singles will have their first meeting of the year on Wednesday, March 22 at Scollay Hall. This is a covered dish and the time is 6:30 p.m. Let's have a good turnout so plans can be made for our trip. All singles welcome. Note change of regular meeting date for March. Mrs. Nannie Kackley of Brucetown, Va., mother of Mrs. Irene Ring, is a patient in the Winchester hospital. Mrs. Jack Leatherman and- children Stacey and Christa, of Hagerstown, Mr., spent from Thursday till Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ring. Other guests with the Ring's on Sunday were Mr. Jack Leatherman of Hagerstown, Md.; Miss Myra Taylor, of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring and Rodney, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Ring, Teresa and Denise, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Ring, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring, Billy and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ring and children, Mrs. George Gruber and sons, Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Ring and children, and Mrs. Ruth Stevens from the village. Mrs. Ring is recuperating at home after surgery at the King's Daughters Hospital. Mrs. Violet Ring entered the Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Sunday, for observation and tests. Mr. William Friend, Anessa and Scott, attended a birthday party on Saturday for Kelly Lambert-at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Esten Lambert in Winchester, Va. Mrs. Barbara Frye entered the Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Sunday for observation and tests. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Well, not many people can celebrate their birthdays for a week as I did, starting on Sun- day. Each day I had birthday cards with greenbacks in them. On Sunday, I had dinner at the Collis', on Thursday my bir- thday, I had a dinner at the Marion Blue's, with two bir- thday cakes and a pie, also my freezer was supplied with meat and a sausage maul. If I had a birthday once a month, I might not need S. S. Thanks to all my friends and relatives. Visitors during the week were: Mrs. Chas Blue, Martinsburg; Mrs. Millard Edwards, Mrs. Warren Collis, Mrs. Lyle Tabb, Mrs. Gene Starliper and Lydia, Mrs. Marion Blue and Tracey. On Friday, Mrs. C. E. Dunbar treated me to a luncheon..And on Thursday, callers were Mr. and Mrs. James H. Locke and son Jim. Robert Creighton arrived March 11, weighing 8 Ibs. This is the third son of Robert C. and Nancy Tabb of Christenburg, Va. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tabb visited the new grand baby in Christenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue visited Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dilley in Shepherdstown on Friday. Winston Dilley has been helping Wesley to paint their new home. Mr. John Demory, with a group of men, has returned from a weeks stay at Myrtle Beach, where they did some golfing when the weather permitted. The members of the Leetown U.M. Church will have an Easter breakfast at the church Easter morning. Michael Dunbar, Keyes Ferry Road, spent Saturday night with Mrs. C. E. Dunbar. Jason Magaha was 5 years old March 14. He celebrated his birthday on Saturday by en- tertaining 10 of his friends at a FR Reglster TODA Yl I[1[ STUFFED TOY LAMB To Be Given Away March 25th No Purchase Necessary Young Fashions I ...featuring the finest in young girls and boys spring fashions. Fine brands of clothing at af- fordable prices and one of the largest selections of childrens fashions in the area. W. Washington St. Charles Town local restaurant. Balloons and suckers were furnished for the guests. Mr. Paul Chamblin, Mid- dleway, brought the message Sunday at the Methodist Church. His topic was "Love". Paul Ranalli was the speaker at the Middhway Church. Rev. Frum is now home from the hospital and hopes to be back in his churches soon. Maundy Thursday services will be March 23, at 7:30 p.m., at the Summit Point U.M. Church. All are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dilley were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs, Marion Blue on Sunday. BLUE RIDGE ACRES Libby Cooper Week before last on Friday night, Marilyn and Jim Pinson had some folks in for drinks, snacks and conversation - The Gault's, the Bell's, the Craghead's and Edna Ped- dicord. The next night Lil and Bill Craghead had the Bell's and Edna in to supper and some cards. Heard both evenings were delightful- sorry to have missed them. Dee Hardy has changed jobs 'still with the government' and is now working all day and I am told she is very happy about it. Bruce Price is recovering from a successful ear operation. Good luck Bruce. Clark and Beth Browning and Pauline Vale are beginning to get over Cabin Fever and have gotten out several nights for supper. I think it's always fun to eat out. Mary and Bob Bell and I ate out the other night and the crab legs were marvelous. BJ and Cal Lamotte became grandparents again Tuesday a I week ago when Keith and Winnie i LaMotte presented them with another little girl, Tara Danielle. 'That makes three dear grand- daughters now - going to have to get a boy in there somehow! Edna is celebrating her bir- thday in Baltimore this weekend with her daughter and son and their families and Jan Ramsey had a birthday too. Are you girls still counting? Have you all seen George Gault running around in his new bright yellow pick-up? He will sell you his station wagon if you are interested. I am told that Irene Smith bought herself a "hot house". JEFFERSON HIGH COUGARS On Winning The Class-AAA Sec- tion 2 Basketball Championship For The 1977-78 Season And Our Best Wishes for Even Greater Success Go With You To Fairmont Saturday Night When You Battle the West Fairmont Cagers For the Region III CROWN AND THE RIGHT TO Move Into the State Playoffs in Charleston. ' g It*o ' ' "=='r -=,-v- -- ,-1" .I -,,, ,D t "I Z',TK D 'rUS'Z' COZAZ' .',l-Fedad ( RNSON. WEST VIRGINIA 25438 304-72.7014 R,er-,,= Sy= ,, ] . ...... She has such wonderful luck ] show on April 19 at Cliffside. It's  HOLDING SHOOT MATCHE with flowers as it is I can't ] for a good Cause and we would  Members of the Blue Ridge imagine ho. many more she will I like to have a good crowd. Those ] Mountain Fire Unit are holding a produce! I m sure it will be a l of you who are interested con-I shong match every Saturday, sight to behold. ] tact Mary Bell or me for tickets. [ beginning at I p.m., at the fire The Womans Auxiliary of t Ilhouse, located on the Keyes Jeffersotrial'%lospital is } qJaiPY-sain Patlck's* TFmryd A hot.of prizes in having a luncheon and fashion [see you next week. lhams, turkeys, beef and pork - "loins are to he given away. THE MILDRED WASHING]'ON Gift Shop 124 E. Washington St. Charles Town, W.Va. for all ages and all occasions