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March 23, 1978

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Welsh lunity is cordially nd sunrise services eh 26, at 7 a.m. at d Church of by the older he s.rvice, the ;mWShip will serve in the social hall. ._ ing worship is at b._. wdh Rev Bronson Sunday School, will ter program. :Ion a Good service will Church at 7:30 Christ of the Tri-Parish and Mar- Shepherdstown to a Maundy service at 7:30 p.m. vai jp Scott, Ind Mrs. Berlin rd R. Scott of rY, flew from SiGnal Airport to t 18 months in ly. Airman Scott l in her class at on December :r. She is a 1977 r Je &apos;fer,, on High.  &Parture overseas, f< nonth at the _i ll ce in Mar- la ' ins to Earl k' ill celebrate his Y, Friday, March 1e, s wife are the r sons, Robert, ee and Richard: terian Churcnw' t 1 ev. Randall Jik-: 'u Y School follows fl' verYone is welcome theme used throughout on the cloth, napkins and plates. Those present enjoyed cake, nuts, mints, chips and dip, assorted crackers and punch. She received many nice gifts. Games were played and prizes awarded. Cheryl's guests present were Mark, Linda and Kendra Hut- tier, Alan Miller, Wesley and Jamie Welsh, Creighton Waters, Bobby Welsh, Christopher Smallwood, Gregg Runkles, Luci and Daniel Everson, Ryan and Allison Reynolds, Stevie Chriswell, Holly Ponton, Stacy Thompson, Amy Daniels, Tina Shade and Melody Swope. Adults present were her grandmother, Mrs. Earl Welsh; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, great-grandmother, Mrs. Jacob McDaniels, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hutzler, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. David Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hough, Willy Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welsh, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Miles Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Smallwoed, Mrs. June Waters, Mrs. Galen Runkles, Mrs. Billie Everson, Mrs. i Wallace Reynolds, Mrs. Sherry Chriswell, Mrs. Irene Ponton, Shirley Thompson, Mrs. Ike Cann, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hut- zler, Sr., Jada Miller and Terry Owens. Cheryl enjoyed the get-to gether with family and friends. The Youth Group of the Grace United Church of Christ met Sunday for its annual March meeting. President, Barbara Kenney called the meeting to order. She also gave devotions and read scripture Matt. 28:1-10, the Easter story. Business discussed was the upcoming sunrise service that they will conduct Easter morning, 7:30 a.m.; egg hunt for the little ones at Sunday School, Saturday, March 25; an upcoming homemade vegetable soup sale, April 29. Birthday money and silver change was collected. ,mL Group will meet Sunday, April oers of the[ 26, 2 p.m. in the educational emaj r.s EX-[building" Meeting adjourned an.enjyable[with members repeating the Y, visiting the Lord's Prayer. "Mrs Locust Grove Sunday callers of Mr. ana . arpers Ferry. Earl Welsh were Mr. and Mrs. une an Easter Richard Hess, Boonsboro, Md., candy. In ad- and Mr. and Mrs. Steve several songs dar,, ball at the games and went were ,'earner, Mrs. cindiver, Mrs. ndc] fildren and ind Amy. i ! vi and they tnagic number her 9. She wa,, o Parties, one; re her day with r ki lergarten wil refresh- Mr. and gave a part sOcial hall o Church o Smallwood and son. The Edgewood Homemakers Ext. Club met for their March meeting and the home of Mrs. Darwin Youler with 9 members present. Due to the inclement weather, many were unable to attend. Mrs. Henry McDonaki, president, presided. Roll call was answered with something pertaining to Easter. For devotions, Mrs. Gilbert Creamer read from the Upper Room and read a prayer for the aging Mrs. Robert Brady reported on the area planning meeting and announced that National Homemakers week will be May 7-13, and on Sunday, May 7, there will b'e a county tea at the Jef- ferson County Community Spring meeting will be, "Onward ,Ever Onward", and on the program will be Kenneth , Willingham who will speak on safety Treasurer, Mrs. Harry I Creamer took up for the In- ternational Student Fund and [pennies for friendship. The meeting was turned over to Mrs. Robert Welsh, Jr., who gave a most informative lesson on "The Mark of a Creative Woman". She passed out literature for members to follow. She stated that so many think of a creative woman as one who is an artist, writer, musicians, etc., well think again, about all the women around you create a dinner out of leftovers, make up bedtime stores, concocting Halloween costumes, etc. They are making what they have go a long way. A good question is, "What's so Great About Creativity ?", well, you can enjoy life more and conserve resources and solve problems. Each member then took a test to see how creative they were with many interesting results. At the next meeting, they plan a white elephant sale. Meeting ad- journed and hostess served refreshments. This correspondent joins many in the community to wish Mr. Max Brown, editor of the Spirit of Jefferson, a speedy recovery. He was involved in an accident and is now a patient in the Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown, Md. Mr. Brown and his wife are quite active in Charles Town. SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son of Park View Trailer Court were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rndgers. Mrs. Shirley Chapman and granddaughter were visitors Friday with Mrs. Susan Rudy and son of Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters were-visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstown. Mrs. Delores Walling and daughter of Hagerstown, were visitors on Tuesday with Mrs. Brenda Rodgers and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers were visitors Sunday with Mrs. Addie Stagner and. Frank Rodgers of Mechanicstown. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen. A birthday party was given on Saturday in honor of Mr. Floyd Chapman, given by his wife Shirley. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman, Jr,, and family, of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and daughter of Fox Glen and Dessie Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Merve Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Boyd and children, of Tuscawilla Hills, were dinner guests Sulay with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs and family. The occasion being the Boyd's 13th wedding an- niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son and Christine Buzzard were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Longerbeam were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Higgs and children of Walnut Grove. Mrs. Sandra Smith and children of Pleasantville, Md., were visitors Tuesday with Mrs. Frances Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. j Cecil Everhart and family, and l I Mr. and Mrs. Gary Staubs and l family, i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price,] Mrs. Gerald Grove, Mrs. Thelma Cogle, Mrs. Lucille Waters and son, Mrs. Juanitai Buzzard and daughter, Mrs. Hilda Piper, Mrs. Beatrice Everhart, and Mrs. Vanessa Everhart were guests Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Longerbeam. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and children of Martinsburg were guests Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. I David Alien Piper, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. David Piper, was baptized Sunday at the Silver Grove U.M. Church by Rev. Mary Ann Kvapil. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price and Mrs. Hilda Piper, and Mrs. Beatrice Everhart were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. -- __ _ _ - SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss Lillian Myers _, -- , ,, All tickets have been sold for the annual banquet of Elk Branch Masonic Banquet on March 30. No more reservations will be accepted, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown visited her sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards in Smithburg, Md., last Monday, Mrs Idonia Wright left from Charles Town Thursday with a group of AARP citizens on a bus SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 23. 1978 RANSON ELEMENTARY FIRST GRADERS PRESENTED AMERICAN FLAGS trip to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Weymer Lee, of Sharpsburg, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Clive Myers and Miss Lillian Myers Sunday. Miss Marion Annette Weister, i daughter of Mrs. Rose Weister and the late James Weister, Sr., of the Junction, was awarded the Associate in Arts degree by the Hagerstown Business College at commencement exercises on Sunday, March 5. Marion was enrolled in the Maryland Medical Secretarial school which is the para-medical The Americanism Committee of the Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post NO. 3522, of Charles Town, of which Mrs. Isabel Albright is chairman, recently carried out another project as a part of the VFW Americanism program, when they presented members of the first grade class of Patricia Gageby, at the Ranson Elementary School with miniature American flags during a brief, but impressive program. The program featured brief remarks by Mrs. Beverly Jones, president of the VFW Auxiliary, on how men and women of the past have fought and died for the American flag and freedom. Then Mrs. Albright presented each child a small American flag as shown in the above pic- Mrs. Donald Painter and family were recent guests of* Mr. and Mrs. Tom Penwell and family. Pastor James Frkey of Mannings Assembly of God Church extends an invitation to all and announces the following services: Sunday, l0 a.m., Sunday School and Worship and Children's Church; 5 p.m., choir; 7 p.m., Evening Service. Tuesday, WM's at 7:30 p.m., every other Tuesday. Wednesday is Family Night; 7 p.m., prayer time; 7:30 p.m., Adult Bible study, Boys Royal Rangers and Girls Missionettes. MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Penwell of Jefferson Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Magaha and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Oden and daughters. Mrs. Nellie aden and Mrs. Pauline Ott were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merle aden and family on Flowing Springs Road. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow I . __. ..... and son were recent visitors of SHEPHERDSTOWN Mrs. Janet Hansen The Faculty Wives Club of Shepherd Coilge will host a card party on Friday, March 31, at 7:30 p.m. at the Men's Club. Donations of $2.O0 per person Mrs. Jesse Dillow and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and family. Mr. and Mrs. David Staubs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jenkins and family were recent visitors of Sam and Mazie Odes and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Kuhn and family of Shepherdstown and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands of Chestnut Hill were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Off. Mrs. James Penweli of Mannings is a patient at the Jefferson MemoPal Hospital. Mrs. Terry Staubs of Man- nings was a patient at the Jef- ferson Memorial Hospital. She is spending a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. Frank Minor of Orchard Hills. Mr. Mark Wiley of Charles Town, was a recent guest of his mother, Mrs. Cora Wiley and will be accepted for the Delberta Harris and Alice Frank Scholarship Fund. Refresh- masts will be served and there will be door prizes. People are asked to form their own tables for any type of card games they wish. Recent visitors at the home of Charles Unseld were Betty and Charles Unsaid, Somerset, Pa., and Susan, Beth and Rich Fletcher from McKeesport, Pa. The Men's Club of St. John's Baptist will serve breakfast at the church at 7:30 a.m. after the and balloons Center from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Jackson and daughter and Mrs. division of the college. She also family. Easter Sunrise service. The a;n:ahem r: Club is to have acra!t tableand Frances Rndgers. Refreshments .domplete.d 13 weeks resident Mr. and Mrs. Gary Penwell menu will include juice, fn.'ed - ,r, oonate COOKIES. lne meme at me were served and Floyd received mternshlp training at and family of Ott's Trailer l country ham, bacon, eggs, fried II many nice gifts. Washington Hospital Center, Court Mr- and Mrs Jimmy potatoes and onions homemade JlA--, .h__. " l A birthday dinner was given which is one of four such l C,ie'and family and' Mr ant: biscuits, fried apples, coffee or [L] J[ J[ [[" "lii | l on Sunday in honor of Susan hospitals engaged in a] ' II ' ' III I ] I . - --  om 1 Cogle given by her parents, Mr. cooperative training program [[[ I L e DDICB CUAI and Mrs. Walter Cogle. Those with the college. Graduates ofll 1 BIN S BARBER SHOP I present were Mrs. Lee Waters the medical secretarial school[ 4, _r ss,A's's,.,s.'.-. i I.t and Gary of Dargan, Md Mr ALE SHOPPING CENTER I .; . are prepared to work as[I ''f'F /4,UI../II..IIMCIK I secretaries and medical ---- -- W .... II and Mrs. Curtis Everhart and secretaries and madcHill ..... . , ! .,, : ILL BE CLOSEO I Mr. Edgar Everhart and Wanda uorwin It. mumme Ji!i . and Angle. secretaries to physicians in[1 I )" I APRIL 3 tdlAPRIL 7 I Mr. and Mrs. Charles private practice, hospitals,[  JE$ rtnre,e w LJe,,-e I Everhart and son of Dargan, government medical in-| l '--- --,,-,,v,,,,,,,,,,,n Md., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry stallations, and in industrialJl Rt. I Hod,,esvilh W Vo 25414 r Ii,flJRSDAYS__[Everhart and daughters were medical positions. Marionll -u ' " " l graduated from Jefferson High '* llllll I visitors on Sunday with Mrs. in 1976" I Phones: 725-8874 or263-5651 Brown were deeply grieved to ,,   ..---=._-_,--er'z._,,,,. ,. Send one...Take one home. The many friends of Mr. Max I | _Our FTD hear of the serious accident in " "  which he was involved last week. .e,-  ..... .. ]1 00mr00kef ............ e Happy "The Easter Bunny   ,  "? Bouquet buys Trip [" ][q "[, ( Accident Insurance?" b "--."  \\; STUCK & ALGER . b'0sk.c,. We cansend Pharmacy, Inc. ( almost anywhere l  he FTb way Easter visit US now. Y De . van ?at l00ills Esther Nehle l"heiazards of auto or air travel  rllZab00 w_,, advise a Trip Accident and ff" "l IIll[]l   Baggage policy- available from  -" dlr  ' Moore Insurance and Realty  -- __J.. t,ll " Company - Washington, ' E.t m| '" ' Alexander and Cooke Agency for -- _ __ ..  [I a trip of three days 'or six  Pai[ Bennett , We !v get around ... for you! -- months. IL., --" ," Realty Company  lk{ I' Ualk Washington, Alexander ,. "" V :' .) MARTINSBURG & CHARLES TOWN and Cooke  /(00e/ rlls 13 ture; and each child was asked to stand and repeat in unison the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Mrs. Rilda Buhrman, of the Auxiliary, then told the children about the meaning of each of the colors in the American flag. Those who participated in the program are shown standing in back of the children -- Mrs. Fleeta Writt, Mrs. Buhrman, Mrs. Albright, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Patricia Gageby, teacher; Mrs. Carla Nutter, a member of the VFW Auxiliary and another unidentified member of the Ranson school faculty. A representative of the Youth of Today and Leaders of Tomorrow group formed some months ago by the 'VFW Auxiliary, ,#as Carla Nutter. tea. Donations will be accepted.[ Commission will hold a public The Mecklenburg Garden Club] meeting on Thursday, March 30, held its March meeting at the[ 7:30 p.m., at the Men's Club to Anthony House in Martinsburg.  discuss Rumsey Hall Historic Shepherdstown[ Restoration plans. I I Ill II Ill I I TRACTORS ,  .J For a limited time, we are offering selected models of LONG Tractors at unheard-of low prices. You get more horsepower and more weight per dollar than any other tractor we knowof, LONG offers six tractor models from 35 to 120 H,P, Four wheel drive is also available, Stop By Today For A Deal PEOPL'S SUPPLY FARM MACHINERY ,ow,, w. VA. A AND jefferso00 "InrL J OUR EASTER SPECIAL ! t Baked Ham with Rosin Sauce i _ Choice o! Two: Candied Yams, Green Beans, ' .Apple Sauce, Pickled Beets, Tossed Salad d[q i lf' or Cole Slaw .  __  S.,ter $ d n 1 Apple or Cherry Pie  '  -f' I ,dlb Children under 12 hoH price IT[ 11A.M., 'ill 4 p.m. JEFFERSON INN I (,formerly Tony s' [  Route 9. Ransou, W.Va. I r,,m. : _ ] FH. - Sat. l I a.m. to 12p.m. l