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CHEERLEADING SQUAD FOR JEFFERSON LEAGUE LAKERS No doubt the group of young ladies who made up the cheerleading quad for the Lakers of the National Division of the Jefferson Midget League, played a key role in the outstanding 10-1 record which Lakers chalked up during the past season in winning the National championship. They are as shown: Seated in Front (left to ---Teresa Pierce and Kim Via. Kneeling (l t to fight)--Theresa Melissa Lantz and Beverly Newcomb and back row (left to right)- Link, Robin Painter, Danene Jackson and Stacey HarreU. RIPPON Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 Pritchard has resum- studies at Stuart Hall after spending spring with her parents Mr. and Edward Pritchard. and Mrs. Sonny Poston Sterling Park, of Mr. and Mrs. Nicodemus, Baker Penwell and Marjorie Carper on observing their birthday this week. Judy Spitzer and Shelly Somers were over the weekend guests of Mrs. Bessie Breeden. Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins Sr were Wednesday dinner guests of their daughter and son-in-law, Audrey and Buddy Graves and family in White Post, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Prit- cher and children, Betsy and Forrest were Sunday dinner of Berryville, Va, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hart of Winchester, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. Sonny and Brenda Jea dns of Stepbens City, Va and Marvin and Linda Jenkins and children, Toni and little Mar- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 19B3 bearing a thumb print and the caption, "Thumbody Loves Youl" Leslie Skinner narrated skit that involved both the club and the residents. Group singing followed. The aftemoo concluded with refreshments supplied by the club. Mrs. Dorothy Wilt of Win- chester, Va Mrs. Elsie Leonard and Mrs. [,ester Jenkins of Berryville, Va were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins and family. Mrs. Katherine Jenkins spent Friday in Berkeley Springs. They were visitors of Simon Jenkins who is patient in the Hearthland Nursing Home. Janie and Joe Richards and sons of Berryville, Va were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee Richards and daughters Angie and Donna. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Jenkins and son, Greg were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Whittington and children in Middleway. llllllllllllll l BOLIVAR Donna Hardy Dial 535-2318 Layman Albert Elsea and Lay Speaker Reid Geronimo of Bolivar attended the men's Fellowship Breakfast last Saturday morning at the Faith Assembly of God Church in Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. William Lance of Lovettsville, Va visited her father and mother Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsea in Bolivar last Friday night. Reid Geronimo attended the dramatic play entitled "The Healing" that was held at the Bolivar Int. Pentecostal To Share Equally For Conduct 15 Of Official In Court Case Shenandoah Garden Club Unanimous suppprt was pledged to each member of the Eastern Panhandle Chapter of M.A.DD. as an individual or a group when confronted with legal or controversial situa- tions. At last Monday night's meeting, held at the Morgan County Court House in Berkeley Springs, a majority vote recorded that all members would bear the burden equally, not just one member who hal> pened to be singled out, during a particular situation. The subject was presented to the meeting by Chapter Presi- criminal intent, and --civil liability of bartenders serving someone already drunk. A discussion of plea bargain- ing and having charges reduc- ed was also discussed, with avid interest from audience. A question and answer session followed. Several guests at the meeting, including one out-of- state brother, were attending as a result of the death of Mrs. Freddie Yost, on Saturday, March 5 at the hands of a drunken driver. dent Noel Douglass as a result A court monitor along with of the "bad press" received by several other Chapter the Vice President of the group members will attend the trial, during the recent trial for drunk driving of Larry Dale Franklin held at the Berkeley County Court House in Mar- tinsburg Although passing out MA.D.D. buttons prior to the trial was not illegal, a Chapter member was criticized in print by the media. This action was intended to garner support for beginning March 16 in Jeffer- son County, of Charles Smallwood responsible alleged- ]y for two deaths by auto while intoxicated. Merchants were publicly commended for agreeing to distribute flyers the weekend of March 12 through 13 announ- cing the network televison film the victim's family. The action on Monday, March 14 of Candy also led to the public reaffirma- Lightncr, the woman who is the Elects Slate Of Officers Twenty-six members attend- She presented a wildflower col- ed the Shenandoah Garden or slide program with her own Club meeting March 9 at the S. unusual and amusing script Mildred Street residence of which she narrated and cam- Mrs. Hugh Capetian. Mrs. pletely captivated her au- Brower Murphy was co- dience. Mrs. Brown, alsoanex. hostess. Mrs. Helen Wright, pert photographer made all the vice president, conducted the pictures and then correlated meeting, them to visually show the story, The nominating committe which she originated for the presented the 1983-84 slate of of- pleasure of children to help ricers which was unanimously them relate to beautiful accepted. The new officers are: wildflowers and other wonders president, Mrs. Robertof nature in the forests as they Leonard; vice president Mrs. see them, Mrs. Brown, along C.C. Hammann; recording with herhusband, is a secretary, Mrs. Jack Akers; volunteer at Maryland's treasurer, Mrs. Thornton Jen- GathlandPark near nings; corresponding Boonsboro, Md and conducts secretary; Mrs. Brower Mur- family walks and wildflower phy; parliamentarian, Mrs. tours which are open to the Maurice Cooper. public Mrs. Robert Leonard and Mrs. C. Manning Smith review- After the program, members ed the by-laws of the club con- and guests enjoyed a s cial stitution, suggesting changes hour and refreshments. which were discussed by Awards were as follows : Ar- members and finally voted on rangements, Blue, Mrs. C. as acceptable. Manning Smith. Horticulture: Mrs. William R. Brown, who Red, Mrs. John Allen. lives at Keyes Ferry Acres and Specimens: Blues, Mrs. Louise is by profession, abotanist, but D. Barney Mrs. Philip would seem as much a Creamer, Mrs. Adam Link III, naturalist, was guest speaker. Red, Mrs. AM.S Morgan III. Lion by all Chapter members of founder of M A.DD. In Jeffer- The charges against Barrow their support of similar actions son County merchants included stemmed from a shooting last contempt of court. Then, on last Friday, Blair, in the future, the I.G.A Food]and, several April in which Barrow fired a instead of appearing for con- Guest speaker, David H. High's, and the public libraries shot into an automobile in tinuation of the trial, went in- Savasten, Morgan County Pro- in Harpers Ferry, Charles which his estranged wife, a stead to Charleston to appear securing Attorney, discussed Town, and Shepherdstown. friend and two infants were oc- before the State Supreme the legal ramifications of the The next meeting will be held cupants. Flying glass wounded Court. Immediately upon con- one of the infants, clusion of the trial. Blair was West Virginia Drunk Driving at the Court House in Mar- Code. These topics included: tinsburg on Monday April 4, at --loaning a vehicle to so- 7:30 pro. meone who was intoxicated For additional information in (complicity), Jefferson County contact Mary --criminal statutes requiring p. Myers at 725-3633. Church of Christ, Harpers program providing information Ferry, where Bey. Samuel on several facets of dairy Barrow ""'su,ty Miller is pastor. The play was reproduction. Dr. Mark t vin, were Sunday dinner guests very inspiring and to the in- Varner, Assistant Professor in Ph dividuals that played the parts the Department of Animal Blair -"-"=r. u of Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins Sr. in the play we say thanks for a Science in the Univesity of IIO Mr. and Mrs. Austin job well done. We were giad to Maryland will discuss the In Lon T ial Nicodemus were Saturday see so many people from dif- anatomy and physiology of the r night guests of Mr. and Mrs. ferent churches. Extra chairs reproductive system, and will Barrow was not present taken into custody by sheriff's when the verdict was given. He deputies and removed to jail, had been removed to Jefferson where he finally posted $1,000 Memorial Hospital by am- bond on contempt charges for bulance after he suffered an ap- failure to request a continuance parent seizure. He was later while he went to Charleston. returned to the jail where he re- After ordering a jury trial for mains under $25,000 bond. Blair, Dostert recused himself The trial was not without from presiding in the matter. controversy. noting he might be a witness. Defense Attorney Walter Lloyd Blair earlier had attemp- ted to discredit the sitting of presiding Judge Pierre Dostert, and drew a fine for GIRL SCOLITS Richard Moler in Charles were used in the sanctuary to Kostecka and sons guests of her parents Mr. and Town. accommodate the people. and Andy. On March 13 Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith Audrey and Buddy GravesSeveral members from the celebrated his birthday. Jr. and children, Bud and Tammy Bolivar, Engle, Millville United and Mrs. James Jenkins Mrs. Elizabeth Nicodemus of White Post, Va were Sun- Methodist Churches attended Wednesday guests of was given a surprise birthday day afternoon visitors of Mr. & the wedding of Miss Karen K ly and Jean Garden in party on Sunday afternoon Mrs. James Jenkins Sr. WOoley and Rev. Basil V. Day Post: Va March 13. The party was held Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jr. the ceremony was held at Calvin Spain of at the home of her brother and Nicodemus were Thursdaythe ME. Airy, Md. Calvary Va, visited at home of sister-in-law, Garland and afternoon guests of their niece, United Methodist Church on i. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Irene Pope near Berry, Va. Erie Kibler in Berryville, Va. Saturday March 12th, 1983. Jr on Eriday. In addition of beautiful pink Leaders and members of the . DianneBuisisapatientand white decorated birthday Bullskin Happy Workers 4-H . m;rl lr University Hospital in cake baked and decorated by Club visited and entertained IJOllJ qJ llllllOI 0rgetown, Washington, D.C. Mrs. Irene Pope, there were the residents of the Locust there Sunday and tmder- also cup cakes with each guests Grove Nursing Home in fin M ir h 91d Rsurgery on Tuesday.name written in pink letters. Harpers Ferry on Saturday v u,v hG w e Breeden entered the Jef- Ice cream, birthday cake and February 19. The West Virginia Universi- Son Memorial Hospital on pepsi were served to the gnests. The program was opened by tycooverativeExtensionSer- .klay with a heart attack. .Mrs. Nicodemus received love- teen leader, Lyn Nuse, who vice is sponsoring a dairy Lrs. Rith Kline and Loretta ly gifts and money. Those pre- coordinated the event and in- reproduction seminar on Man- )' Kline is spending, some sent were Mr. and Mrs. Dallas troductions were made. The day March 21 at the Jefferson with her daughter and Kibler and Eyvon Kibler of club members then sang County Community Center. I-in-law Mr. and Mrs. t oyce, va Miss vieKibler, several 4-H songs. This was The pregram will begin at l0-00 Irles William and Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Pope and followed by a baton per-a m with registration at 9 30 Ighter sons, Jacon and Timothy, Mrs. formed by DeDe Myers. a'm" and will b.zld by 3"00 p m bs. Stephen Worshaw of Peggy Hart and Karen Hart, The club presented each resi- " specialistsin ef ld ]assee. Tennessee spent Mr. and Mrs. Garland I. Pope dent with a Valentine favor of reproduction will be on the time at the home of Mr. I Mrs. Edward Pritchard I I family at their home Cney End. q ters spent the weekend at1 home of his mother Mrs. el Combs and Peggy. essie and Robert Housden i daughters of' Arlington, Yne' and Judy Hottsden andHough of Hanson were t [~ ~l ~ " ~NIV' ~l ~ " ~Hm '. ~l~ [~[[~S 1 visitors of Mrs Bessie 1 NAMI[ !Imii 1 eden and family. BRANll) ;;aial/ 1 bngratulations to Mrs. " " ~yn Painter, Mrs. Margaret istman Fiddler, Betty Lue 'ns,Mrs. Elizabeth [ 1 Now for one week, famous brand names at Rosen's at i extra special money saving prices l Siva even more I than our regular low prices I r- e,v, M Junior And Misses 1 ~:'L - LOal~ Kmj. ~, .w Lo i's Bendover Slacks Dee Coo Pants :d I Including New Spring Stock spring'eg `I8" spun Twill i Shod== i -m q Ladies' Reg. to $13.00 1 j . :L i ! Men's Reg. to $21.00k--length S( . )thit'lg e|se [ F|oro| good enough Our of l%, e ! ( ram e Light or Dark Denim WORKS i09 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 g, W. Va. - - - FREE - - - PARKING With designer pockots Men's and oy's Reg. $19.99 Converse All Star Dre. Pant= offth. original price Men's Fruit of the 7.49 Tee Shirts $.U Briefs Pack of Pack of Three 5.99 Three 4.49 assist in the identification of the A criminal trial, which may different parts on reproductive well have been the longest in tracts @thered from local the history of Jefferson County, e/l D k" tAl AA,-t'I II I/ t"LJ %1 AA slaughter plants, ended last Thursday in Circuit I Ik~|%~JL I ll %.~liJkL-V% i t e - - .; 1. I Also on the program will be ~Urtver~int oP~f t~tu{ltyryat;ai~t I an t e o/ en/n, of I rniv E n./y Exn.'eeW ot/D a y GayBar3ow-ThecoanC ilou ebedgann Hi::PHi::Rr3. T WIM i Spec]alist. She wiII be discuss- MM :ch,o and I I ing ~e re]aLl, unship o,f good The jury found Barrow" gull- I "'" "- "'" "" " "'" "' " ! nmridon anu reproauction tv of attemnted murder I I efficiency, malicious wounding, bran'- I,34 East German Street ! For further information con- dishing a Gun destru~ti--- t I &n lntm JntI r nmm .dd I tact the Berkeley or Jefferson esona ner -tv andcar 'r I I County Extension Officea f" ix -- : "- '--- "- earm wtthout a license. % ~ ~=d'Ta[I ( rm Route II, at Middleway between Charles Town and Inwood G " ' " ' " I S HERE. S HErE morn NOW. CHERRY MEADE'S GARDEN & LAWN STORE Fresh New seeds, bulk or package. 1 at new low-low prices. Be Sure To Shop and Compare OUR BIG SPECIALS . " ! Kennebec Potatoes $4.55 Onion Sets 47' f & All kinds of Sweet Corn, Peas, Beans, Onion Sets, Beets, Lettuce, Kale, Mustard, Turnips, Collards, Spinach, Carrots and Radishes | in Bulk or in Packages ! P r Pine Bark Nuggets, Peat Moss, Composted Cow Manure, Top Soil. ii Fertilizer and Lime [ . I r ,0 ~ I Asparagus ~,4 I s-10-s . I Rhubarb $1.2' I ,o o o S I ~'.' cu. = ) 16 Ounce " 8 in Carton IPEPSI (Returnable Bottlu) . Sl.57 COME IN AND SAVE IN OUR BASEMENT SEED STORE We Everything You Need for the Lawn and Garden. Also Have a Complete Line of Groceries and Hardware on the Main Floor of the Market. ANNOUNCING NEW STORE HOURS MONDAY thru SATURDAY 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. SUNDAY i 1:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Your Country Cross-Road .- One Stop Shopping Center State Route 51, at Middleway