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6 CHARLES F. PRINTZ RECEIVES LEGION OF HONOR AWARD FROM KIWANIS CLUB Charles Town Kiwanis Club President, Phillip Porterfield, Jr is shown presenting a certificate of Legion of Honor to Charles F. Printz, Sr. The certificate was awarded for twenty-five years of service to the club and reads that he is hereby accorded distinctive recognition and the ad- miration and gratitude of his Club, District and Kiwanis International. Printz is Past President and Past Lt. Governor of the Fifth District. i I II tions answer,regardless "' ' who liked them, or not. HARPERS FERRY It seems someone has knock- CAMPSITES ed down a .section of fence Bruce Spence belonging to Mr. Jenkins. He Dial 725-8123 requests that the party respon- II Ill Ill l II Isible for this accident let him know, since he was not there At the meeting of the Camp- when it happened. sites Property Owners Assoc In the classified section of held Saturday March 12 many this paper last week there were topics were discussed, several hundred names listed Everything seems to be fine as out of state property owners with the operation of the local of the campsites. These people water works. Another subject have only 21 days to respond to many residents were interested that listing if they wish to have in was the pending court case, legal representation in the cam- and how they will be affected, ing court case. Those people Questions were asked, and have the same four options residents with some knowledge available to the full time camp- of this matter tried to answer sites residents, they are: one, them to the best of their ability, contact the Harpers Ferry There was some disagree- Mountain Club, and have their ment at the meeting. It seems lawyers represent you in court; that there are some who think two, contact Mrs. Rennie and it against the interest of the have the opposing lawyers Harpers Ferry Mountain Club, represent you in court; three, for the residents of the camp- retain your own private lawyer sites to understand exactly to represent you; four, do what is going on. A small fac- nothing and be unrepresented tion tried to shout down any in court. questions not concerning The court date should be in water. But since this was a late April, and all residents and meeting of the Campsites Pro- property owners of the camp- perty Owners Assoc and an sites will be affected by the ota- open meeting at that, all ~ come. Everyone is involved, tions relating to life in the and shouldbe informed on all campsites were welcome. The of their options. To have your majority prevailed, and sub- property rights fought over in jects were discussed, and ques- open court, and not have some llil",ll,L El El I [ Do Your Laundry Here! Do it yourself with our new machines Wash $1.00 -- Dry 25' A LOAD HARPERS FERRY LAUNDRY i At entrance to KOA Koml~roundl ! OHN g a.m. to 10 p.m. 7days/wook | I Colon9 Colortv SatinTone SatinTone FLAT,LATEX LATEX SATIN WALL ENAMEL PAINT SALE PRICE SALE PRICE VALLEY HARDWARE CO. 121 W. Washington St. Charles Town Phone: 725-5113 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1983 sort of legal representation is II I I I Ill I Ill not in the best interest of anyone. The court can only HARPERS FERRY make a fair, and just decision Mrs. Lee Miller if it knows the wishes of the pro- Dial 535-65 petty owners involved. Again let me tell you who to ' contact for information on A ham supper will be held this matter. The I rs Ferry Saturday, March 26, beginning Mountain Club officers will be at 4 p.m. at the Bolivar Cam- glad to let you know their side munity Center to benefit the of this, just call President Bud Harpers Ferry Junior High Miller, or Vice President Joe Band Uniform Fund. Tickets Litz. For the opposing point of at the door will be $4 for adults, view call Mrs. Rennie. $2 for children 6-12 and free for Happy birthday to Manny children umier G. The menu will Madina who won't tell me hew be the same as it was in old he'll be on March 20. November, ham, parsley We have a new addition to potatoes, green beans, col- our family. A german Shepord eslaw, apple sauce, homemade puppy, my daughter Jennifer roils, cake and beverage. There has named Candy. She's a cute will also be a craft table. littlepup, but at eight weeks of Dr. and Mrs. Madison age she has away to go before Briscee had as their guests she will be known as a watch March 11 Dr. Lewis Burgeois, dog. Until then our senior dog Dr. Marie Burgeois and Dr. Ira Buttc~ will just have to protect Harrison of Bethesda, Md. her too. Chief Ranger and Mrs. The fundraiser being held by Dwight Stinson announce the Blue Ridge Elementary that they are the proud grand- School is still in progress. To be parents of a 6 Ib 14 oz. baby boy, honest with you the tickets are bern March 11 at Winchester not moving as fast as they Memorial Hospital. The baby's would kike. Please try to help name is KEel Sterling Brewer if you are approached. If you and the mother is Roxanne think you might be able to help Wetzell Brewer. by selling a few call Donna at When Anna Phillips' grand- 725-8123. You are also asked to daughter Maggie Phillips went keep sending in the labels from to the Milwaukee Airport to Camphells soup, or the other pick up her birthday present, produeis involved towards next she was surprised to find her years drive, grandmother there in person. Bill and Marion Cross were Anna spent 12 days in up for a .brief visit last Milwaukee with her son David weekend. Along with their and family in their new home. daughter Carol, they stopped She had a wonderful time and by to pick up their camper to attended some swimming use on an outing in weeks to meets in which her grand- come. It's always nice to children participated. welcome back old friends and Vickie Dineen, a senior law since Bill is recovering from student, will speak to the that burn we all hope to see Woman's Club of the Harpers them around the campsites Ferry District today, Mar. 17 again this summer, at 1:30 in the afternoon on "Should You Have a Lawyer en Bissell a certificate of ap Your Side?" preciation for having organiz- Cub Pack 83 held their Blue ed the inactive Pack 83. On and Gold Banquet at Cliffsi e betmlf of the pack, Cubrnaster Inn in February. Cubmastel'- Sharon Phenneger presented Sharon Pheuneger introduced cates of appreeiatien to special guests, Cedric Sullivan, principal of C.W. Shipley School, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Lynch, Scout Unit Commis- sioners, and Jim and Wendy Hall, gospel singers. Den I gave the opening ceremony by reciting pieces telling Boy Scouting. Den 2 gave the opening song, "We're All Together." Den 3 helped arrange table settings, set up refreshments. After a pot luck dinner prepared" by the mothe rs, the guest singers, Jim and Wendy Hall, ministered to all with their beautiful gospel music and songs. The Cubs joined in the last song, standing and saluting the flag as all sang "God Bless America." During the awards ceremony, Gregory Wright was presented his Wolf Badge from his father. Commissioner Lynch presented DelorEs Doris Shipe, Cllffside represen- tative, for the use of the ban- quet room and to Cedric Sullivan for C.W. Shipley School's part in sponsoring the pack, and to Mr. Lynch and Mrs. Bissell for their work and dedication. The Cubs were then given a bag d items to assemble for the Genius Night Pack Meeting March 24. Den 2 closed the meeting with "My Country Tis of Thee" using flashlights to illuminate the flag in the darkened room. Everyone is welcome to a Black Awareness Program at the Bolivar-Harpers Ferry Public Library Wednesday, March 23, at 7:30 p.m. Local resident Bernard Johnson will read poetry and a quartet will sing. Two short films will be shown and refreshments will be served. New books at the library are "Dynasty" by Cynthia Eagles, CLARKE COUNTY LOCKER PLANT Berryville, Va. 22611 P1mm: 7031955-1269 "Custom Slaughtering of Beef" Lambs, Hogs, and Veal. All hogs are scalded during Fall and Winter months. Storage facilities available on aH meats processed in our plant. "ALL MEATS ARE VACUUM PACKED" CALL EARLY FOR AN APPOINTMENT AND FOR OUR REASONABLE RATES. YESTERDAY'S PRICES ON TODAY'S S "The Nuclear Delusion" ! George Kennan, sonal Computer Book" Peter McWilliams. The Harpers Lions Club sponsors every Saturday night fro~ at the Bolivar Center. Everyone is YOUR GOOD NEIGHBOR RUSSELL L. CAVE 513 Euclid Avenue Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE: 725-7311 The one to see for oil your Family InsuranCe Needs. 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