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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 16 THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1~3 , rs Americanism Week :qllL ~ ,~ ~,~-~ ~ ,>C :~'~:-~'.~ Shown in the above picture are some of the District and State officers of the Daughters of the American Revolution, who attended the annual George Washington Birthday luncheon held Saturday, February 19, at the Village House Restaurant in Shenandoah Junction. The occasion was to mark the 251st birthday of George Washington. Shown in the picture seated (left to right) -- are: Mrs. Gary Gess, Vice-Regent for the West VirgieAa DAR; Mrs. C. W. Moore, treasurer of Bee Line DAR, Past- Regent of the State DAR and Honorary National Vice-Regent; Mrs. Robert Barratt, Eastern District chairman, Miss Jean Elliott, State Treasurer. Standing inhack are: (left to right) -- Mrs. Walter King, Regent of Pack Horse Ford DAR Chapter; Mrs. Douglas Currier, Regent of Bee Line Chapter, and Mr. Stewart Bell, former Mayor and Coun- cilman of Winchester, Va the luncheon speaker Members of Bee Line Chapter, National Daughters of the American Revolution, marked the observance of Americanism and American History month by once again holding their annual George Washington-Birthday luncheon at the Village House Restaurant in Shenandoah Junction, Saturday Feb. 19 at noon. The Chapter also marked the 251st birthday of George Washington, the first president of the United States. The meeting was convened by Mrs. Douglas Currier, Chapter Regent, and following the opening ceremonies, Chapter officers, committee chairmen and guests were introduced. Guests in attendance were: Mrs. Gary Gess, vice-regent II ~IH[[II i CHEST*NUT HILL Patsy Everhart Dial 725-8608 Jeff and Donna Grove. tester and Pauline Wilt attended the Auto Show on Saturday held in Martinsburg and on Sunday the car races in Hagerstown, Md. Visitors on Sunday of Jerry and Elaine Grove were Nancy Grove and daughter Missy, Kay Oft, Rachel Grove and Vickey Wilt. Little Jill Grove spent the day on Sunday with her grand- parents Jerry and Elaine Grove. Herman and Lillian Garrett were visitors on Thursday of Mrs. Ivlabel Wilt. Herman Garrett was a visitor Saturday of Dearl and Genevieve Grove. Dwayne TaRon spent the week with h~ father Randy Talton and grandparents George and Sed Talton. elect of West Virginia; Mrs. Robert Barratt, Eastern District chairman; Miss Jean EHiot, state treasurer; Mrs. Walter King, Regent of Pack Horse Ford Chapter; Mr. Stewart Bell, prominent civic leader and former Mayor of Winchester, Va who was the guest speaker on the program; Mrs. Rebecca Boardwine, ar- chivist of the Handley High School Library in Winchester, Va.; Laurence Lloyd, James Tabb and three sons of the American. Revolution -- Ed-, ward Saville, Hugh Voress and J. Emory Kable. Mrs, Sidney Nibleck, was also a guest at the dinner, With 22 members in atten- dance, the President's message was read by Mrs. James Lemen; a report on National Defense was given by Mrs. (Photo by Jim Tabb) C.W. Moore of Charles Town and brief remarks were delivered on Thompson Associates by Mrs. Gary Gess, ~Irs. Homer Patti Martin, past state regent, is a member d the Thompson Associates slate as corresponding general. Mrs. Robert Barratt an- nounced that four clubs in the district had won first place honors on their year books, with Bee Line winning top award for their supplement. Mrs. B. Frank Humston reported on the fifty plus and near fifty members and a cor- sage was presented to Mrs. Emery Kable in appreciation for the outstanding work she has done in scheduling and decorating for the George Washington Day Luncheon. Mrs. Kable called the attention Following his remarks to members of Bee Line Chapter, DAR, at their annual George Washington Birthday luncheon held at the Village House Restaurant, Saturday, February 19, Stewart Bell, former Mayor and Councilman of Winchester, Va was presented a gift. And in the above picture, Mrs. J. Emery (Virginia) Kable, historian for the Bee Line Chapter, is shown making the presentation of the gift to Mr. Bell. (Photo by Jim Tabb) of those present as to how we live in an era where famous people are degraded by con- stantly being reminded d some flaw in his character instead of concentrating on the great things he has accomplished. Mr. Stewart Bell, former Mayor and a memeher of City Council in Winchester, Va and also a former Councilman in Winchester, was introduced by Mrs. Charles (Beth) Printz of Charles Town and Shepherdstown. to leave the Fort Duquesne area. And later when Colonel Frye was placed in charge of a small group sent to the fort to oust the French, the colonel fell from his horse and was killed, so George Washington was placed in charge. In the ex- change of gnnfire a Frenohman was killed and this was the beginning of a seven year war between the French and English with the Indians as Mr. Bell's subject was "George Washington and Frederick County, Va." The speaker took the group on ver- bal historical tour with George Washinghm, from age 16 in 1748 through 1758 and the land then known as Frederick County, Va and from his job as a surveyor for Lord Fairfax: a Diplomatic Representative for the GoVernor of Virginia in his efforts to convince the French weekend with George and SOd Ta/ton and daughter Roxanne. Happy Birthday wishes go to Cindy Crawford who ted her birthday on Sun- day with a dinner given by her George and Bed Talton, . those helped to celebrate were Dennis Crswford and son Den- ny, Roxanne Talton, Randy TaRon and son Dwayne and Peoples and daughter Missy. George and Sed Talton and daughter Roxanne were visitors Sunday evening of Charles and Gloria Talton and Malcoma TaRon of Knoxville, Md. Happy wish go to Charles Jackson Jr. who ated her biirthday on Sunday with a dinner given by his wife Elva, along with the chi helping to ate Billy and Wanda Jackson and Denise, Trieia, and Mitchell and friend Patty, Ted- Missy, Dongie and Amanda of Brunswick, Md. Diane Cook, Wanda Everhart were visitors on Saturday of Patsy EverharL Happy birthday wishes go to Marsha Trice who celebrated her fourth birthday Sunday February 28 with a party given by her parents Dale.and Col- leen Trice. Those who helped to celebrate the occasion were Eva Longerbeam, Sue West and daughter Destiny, Patricia Best and sons Benji and Joe, Mrs. Long, Sandy Howard and sons Curtis and Trevis, Priscilla Marcus and daughter Wendy, STORK SHOWER W~y March 9 a stork shower was given by the ladies of the Silver Grove United Methodist Church in honer of the proud parents to be Delmar and Kathy Cogle. Games were played and prizes were won by Sharon Nick, Linda Staubs, and Wanda Everhart The cake was baked and decorated by Norma and sons Danny and Buck of Summit Point. Louise Howell and Danny Ridgely were dinner guests on Sunday of Nelson and Anna Grove and children. Visitors on Saturday of Louise Howell were Timmy Hough, Terry Howell, Ronnie Nick, Joe Nick and Donald Grove. I)oc and Margie Garrett were visitors on Saturday of Winston and Reba Presgraves and sons of Berryville. Visitors on Saturday of Aret- ta Cook and sons Mike and Ray were Wanda Everhart and daughter Angle, Mildred Cogle and grandson Joshua. Lyle Cook was a visitor on Sunday morning with Wayne and Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray. Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray were visitors on Sun- day of Buck and Barbara Painter and children of Walnut Grove. Visitors on Sunday of Dec children Gina and Huffy, and Mrs. Julia Shaffer, Sherry Buracker of Shannon- dale spent the weekend with her friend Missy Nick. Ervin and Linda Nick and daughters Missy and Jennifer were dinner guests on Saturday of Larry and Elda Buracker and daughter Kim and Sherry of Shannondale. Fred and Peg Nick were visitors on Monday of Dear] and Genevieve Grove. Several of the family and friends were visitors during the week of Eugene and Helen Painter and children Kathy, Timmy & Roger, The occasion was to welcome home the new baby Timothy, son of Leslie and Becky Lerendu and presente the baby with many nice and usebal gifts. II I l l MILLVILLE Miss Dorothy Lake Dial 535-2261 Shown in the above picture are some of the officers of Bee ter, National Daughters of the American Revolution in attendance day, February 19, at the Village House Restaurant in Shenandoah orion, for the annual George Washington birthday luncheon. They are: (left to right) -- Mrs. Donald Kable, flag chairman; Mrs. Moore, treasurer; Mrs. Douglas Currier, Regent; Mrs. C.F. (Beth) tz, all seated, ND Mr. Stewart Bell, Jr former Mayor and Councilman, of Winchester, Va who was the luncheon speaker. (Photo by Jim Tabb) allies of the French. While Col- onel was ev .ged with the French in and around Lake Erie, Colonel Washington at the age of 23 was placed in charge of the e tire Virginia frentier to protect the residents from tl~ Indians. In this effort, eighty- one forts were established, either by using stone buildings already in existence or erecting new ones. In 1758 the English occut d Fm Vuquesne fonow- ing the withdrawal of the French. George Washington Washington Street in ran for the Burgess in 1756 and chester, Va. lost, but ran again in 1758 win- map of that city dated ning his first election and the Since Lord Fairfax voting took place in front of the prominent role in the court house in Winchester, Va. Washington we Washington's school consisted remember that his tomb of grammar school only. He resigned his commission in 1758 Winchester and and returned to Mount Vernon a plaque stating that where he married the wealthy had three sons fighting widow, Martha Custis Lewis. at the same time One of the fwst places named one in Canada and one in I for George Washington was United States. JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMUNITY EDUCATION INVITES YOU TO JOIN FOR OUR SPRING Beginning the week of 25, 2 days per week, 10 week session Morning Afternoon Evening ":':: " H, b/ :: W :: :*c', ':":T, Th T, Th T, Th M, W i4, W T, Th T, rh T, Th T, Th M, W AEROBIC 9:15 a.m.-lO:15 a.m. 9:30 a.m.-lO:30 a.m. 9:00 a.n.-lO:O0 a.m. 4:15 p.m.- 5:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m. 5:45 p.m.- 6:45 p.m. 7:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m.- 7:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. 7:15 p.m.- 8:~j p.m. 7:15 p.m.- B:15 p.n. 6:15 p.m.- 7:15 p.m. SCHEDULE Shepherdstown Men's Club Charles Town Presbyterian Church Charles Town Presbyterian Chmrch Shepherdstown Elementary School Ranson Elementary School Ranson Elementary ~chool Shepherdstown Elementary So.heel Shepherdstown Men's CLub Shepherdstown Men's Club Blue Ridge Acres Club House Charles Town Junior High School Harpers Ferry Junior High School ENERGENICS SCHEDULE ,k Be 'innlng the week of March 28, 1983 2 days per week, 8 week session Cost: $27.00 dy and Yvonne Jacksonand children Bobby, Pam, Kathy and S ottie, Lyle and Diane Cook and children Dawn and Chris, Jimmy and .Alice Jackson and children Sambo and Missy. Lyle and Diane Cook, and Junior Jackson were visitors on Sunday of Charles and Bessie Jackson. Ne ie Stm.q had a dinner Wednesday with the Senior Cit for the first time since her u ortunate accident. and Statd and and Smoot, and for the occasion Genevieve Grove, Sharon Ott, Sharon Nick, Delma Staubs, Pare Fravel, Sandy Higgs, Marie Rogers, Linda Staubs, Wanda Everhart, Frances Rodgers, Patsy Everhart, Judy James, Norma Smoot, and Brenda Cngle. Those who sent gifts that were unable to attend were Kay Hen- dricks, Rose Grove and Judy Wilson. Kathy received many nice and useful gifts for baby to he and on this special day was Genevieve Grove's birthday she was presented ~th a cake. Happy birthday wishes go to Grove who celebrated her birthday on Saturday March 12, and Mark Grove on Tuesday March 15, and Becky Nick on Thursday March 17. IT'S A BOY Congratulations and best to Leslie and Becky Lerendu on the birth of their new arrival, a son born on Tuesday March 8 at the Jeffer- son Memorial tal. The lit. tie one has been named Timothy Allen and weighed seven pmmds and ounces. This is the first chiM of the Congratulatiom also go tothe pro gr - parents Eugene and Helen Painter and Le Jie and Katie Lerendu. Alma Hardy returned home on Saturday from Jefferson Memorial Hesp'fml and now is recuperating. Ronnie Nick and son Danny of mit Point was a visitor on Saturday of Jerry and Mae Nick and sons Richie and Wesley. Vlaito on Sunday of Fred and Peg Nick were Ra ,e Nk:k and Margie Garrett were Buck and Barbara Painter and children of Walnut Grove. Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray, Wanda Everhart and daughter Angie were visitors on Saturday of Elizabeth Bayles of Ranson. Debbie Everhart was a visitor on Sunday d Doug and Malinda Cook and children Missy, Dougie and Amanda of Brunswick. Weekend visitorsof Edgar Everhart, Wanda and Angle were Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray, Lyle and Diane Cook, Mildred Cogle and grand- son Joshua, Gene and Ruth Ann Cogle. During the week visitors of Fred and Peg Nick were Dave and Tami Nick, Joe Nick, Jim- my Grove, Donald Grove, Rickey Longerbeam, Chris Dunlap, Johnny Nick, Tommy and Shelia Mobley. Charlene Martin was a din- ner guest on Sunday of Ervin and Linda Nick and daughters Missy and Jennifer. Ervin and Linda Nick and daughters Missy and Jennifer were visitors on Sunday of Tom and Judy Hoffmaster and Wednesday dinner guests of Mrs. James Lilla were Mrs. Vernon Mathena, Mrs. Ken Harris and Mrs. Ted Geisler of Woodstock. Md, Mrs. George Helman of Randallstown, Md Mrs. Irene Jamison and Mrs. Larry Ingrain d Dargan, Md Mrs. Robert (Rt of Charles Town, Jay Lilla and daughter Sonya of Bakerton and Jenn~er and Tony Lilla of Bolivar. Mrs. James Lilla, Mrs. Louise Caniford. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Hough and Mrs. Electa Hough all went on a bus trip to Atlantic City, New Jersey, leaving on Monday morning and returning Tuesday evening. Miss Jennifer Lilla spent Thursday with her grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla. The regu mommy mee ,g of the United Methodist Worn Society meeting was held on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Ralph Johnson. Curtis and So ya Lilla of Bakerton sl nt Saturday night with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. James Lilia. i4orning ~:}M, W :;T, Th Afternoon f, Ti~ M, W M, W Evening T, Th I'I, il Chodes Town, W, Va. We Build New Homes and do other residential and commercial building, also siding, roofing and repairs. FREE esflmates FuUy Insured. Have over 30 years experience. WILLIAM (Bill) BARGER Owner and Operator Phone: 725-0665 0:30 a.m.-ll:30 a m. 13:30 a.m.-ll:30 a.m. I:00 p.m.- 2:00 p.m. 4:15 p.n. 5:15 p.m. 5:30 6:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. 7 30 p.m.- 8 30 p.m. Sneph rdstown Men's Club Charles Town Presbyterian Church Charles Town Race Track(Upper South Jefferson Elementary School Shepherdstown Elementary S )ol Charles Town Junior High School Harpers Ferry Junior High School / J PLEASE NOTE: Hake checks payable to 5he respective schools with the exception the following classes: Classes held at Shepherdstow Men's Club make checks payable to Sehpherdstown Elementary School; Classes at Charles Town Presbyterian Church make checks payable to Charles Town Junior High School; Classes at Blue Ridge Arces Club House make checks payable to Blue Ridge Elementary School; Classes at the Charles Tcwn Race Track make checks payable to Charles Town Junior High School. -<" Babysitting Available Previous session of Aerobic Dance Fitness is suggested. Please complete the registration form below and mail with full payment J. V. Walter, ili, Director of Community duca ion, P. O. Box 987, Charles Town, WV 25414. Please ail checks before March 25, 1983. There will be no refunds available after one {I) week into the current session. A third day of either session is available for an additional fee; all requests for a third day should be made to instructors. NAME: PHONE: ADDRESS: HOME PHONE WORK PHONE COURSE{S) DESIRED: (Please check) [ Aeroblc Dance [ nergenlcs CLASS DESIRED: (Days) (T{me)