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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE TtlURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1978 For Sixth Consecutive Year Jefferson High Band Has Three Members Selected For All-State Band WENDY VAUGHAN For the sixth consecutive year Jefferson High School will be represented in the West Virginia All State Band Some 1456 high school students auditioned for ibis 104 piece honor band. Auditions were held January 5, 6 and 7 in Morgantown, Parker- '* sburg, and Charleston. The Band will be uncter the direction of Eugene Corporon. Corporon is the Director of Bands at the University of Wisconsim The Band will hold rehearsals March 30, 31 and April 1 in the West Virginia University Creative Arts Center. The Band will present a concert Sattrday, April 1, at 7p.m in the .reative Arts Center in Mrgantown. This concert is open to the public. PAUL KEMP The All State members are, left toright,. Wendy Vaughan, a senior at Jefferson High. She is active in the Modern Music Masters, the Spanish National Honor Society, and has been a member of band for 6 years. Wendy plans'to attend Shepherd College in the fall and study Medical Technology. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Vaughan, Shepherdstown. Pictured next is Paul Kemp. Paul is a senior at Jefferson. This is his second year as a member of the honor Band. Kemp is a member of the Modern Music Masters, the Jefferson High Symphonic Band, is the lead trombone in the Jefferson Jazz Ensemble, and plays piano. Paul has enlisted in GLENN MORELAND the US. Army as a trombonist in the 4th Infantry Band, Fort Carson, Colorado. Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kemp of Ranson. For the first time Jefferson is sending a sophomore to the band. Glenn Moreland, shown right, is a sophomore at Jefferson High and has played trumpet for five years. He has received superior ratings at the Regional Solo and Ensemble Festival. He was awarded, the Dir:ectoir's for Band in 1977 at Shepherdstown Jr. High School. Glenn is a member of the Modern Music Masters, Track Team, and the Lutheran Church,. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Moreland of German Street, Shepherdstown. SUMMIT POINT Joyce Rudolph Last weekend, the Rev. and Mrs. David Wood, Mrs. Phillip Creamer, and Ms. Margaret Kilmer of Middleway, attended the 24-hour conference on Abundant Living in the Easter Convocation held at the Cacapon Lodge near Berkeley Springs. Mr. Wood, who presided over the meetings, is chairman of the Christian Education Committee for the Eastern Convocation in ORTHORIX SPRAY flj00 Control peach leaf curl, : LWd :uffidr : rn/::'fo r !" OimlH both dormant and growing ORTHORIX Spray seasons. PINT S 1 o" VALLEY HARDWARE CO. Phone 725-5113 Charles Town, W. Va. the Diocese of W. Va. Last Sunday, visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jenkins and children Beth and Lanie, were Mrs. Jenkins' brother, Mr. Chuck Dawson and her niece, Terri Ann Nichols, of Joppatown, Md. On Monday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph, and John, were surprised with a visit from their sister-in-law, Mrs. David Jenkins and infant son Travis, and the latter's brother Tracey Orr of Hedgesville. Later in the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Jenkins, Jr., and daughters Teresa and Penny, of Ranson, were visitors in the Rudolph home. On Tuesday, Paul Rudolph was an overnight guest in the home of Herb Payne in Mid- dleway. On Tuesday, Mrs. Clay Car- per, Mrs. Kenny Crim and daughter and Mr. Jimmy Davis spent the day in Winchester and later dined at the Bonza Steak House. The Rev. David Wood was the guest speaker at the Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Member FDIC Applications Being Accepted Powhatan The Powhatan School, in Boyce, is now accepting ap- plications for admission to pre- kindergarten, kindergarten, and first grade in September 1978, according to a statement released yesterday by head- master Donald E. W. Niemann. Niemann also revealed that applications may be made for admission to grades 2-8, though he expects openings in these grades to be somewhat limited. Interested parents are urged to call the school office to arrange for an appointment at the school. Niemann pointed out that the maximum enrollment per class in grades 1-8 is usually 18. A total of 14 children in kindergarten is considered the maximum for one teacher. The total enrollment at Powhatan this year is 168. According to Niemann, Powhatan is especially pleased with the success of its pre- kindergarten this year, under the direction of Mrs. Samuel P. Leinbach, Jr., who is also director of the kindergarten. The kindergarten children attend school from 8:30 to 11:45, while the pre-kindergarten class is held from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Now in its 29th year of operation, Powhatan is a co- educational, non- denominational, non-profit school, owned and operated by the parents through an 11-man board of trustees. Powhatan draws its children from the city of Winchester, from the counties Town for their noon clay Len[en service on Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Frum and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Henry and daughters, Becka and Shannon, were recent dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jenkins and family. On Friday, Mark Rudolph accompanied his varsity basketball teammates and coaches on an overnight trip to Fairmont where they almost beat the Fairmont team in overtime in the AAA regional finals. The Cougars have played superior ball this season and Jefferson County has a right to be proud of them. 'On Thursday, Mrs. Pearl Jenkins was a guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jenkins and family at dinner in Winchester. Vickie Glassford, Julie Creamer, John P. Creamer and the Rev. David Wood par- ticipated in the weekend youth retreat held at the Trinity Episcopal Church in Mar- tinsburg for the Senior High and up,age group. Mr. Wood served as a counselor and was a guest speaker during part of the program. On Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Rudolph of Charles Town, were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson and Donnie. On Saturday, Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and Jimmy were Mrs. Florence Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Davis of Kear- neysville. On Saturday, Mrs. Clay Stamey and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph were guests at a sur- prise baby shower given in honor of Mrs. Verburg. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Carroll McBride in Bunker Hill, with approximately 20 guests. Mrs. Verburg received an assortment of useful gifts, but was par- ticularly delighted with a homemade quilt with squares personally designed by the guests present at the party. Following all this excitemgnt, refreshments were served by the hostess and co-hostess, Mrs. Andy Anderson of Leetown. Sunday dinner guests at the home of the Rev. and Mrs David Wood and daughters, were Mrs. Rose Yablonski and son, of Winchester. Following dinner the Woods surprised Peter with a cake in celebration of his 9th birthday. Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and family attended a covered dish dinner and fellowship gatherine at the Church at Middleway. Recently, Mr. Jimmy Davis visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Seibert and sons of Walnut Grove. The U.M. Church here are having a Maundy Thursday service tonight at 7:30. It's not too late to make plans to attend. The Holy Spirit Episcopal Church will hold a Good Friday service in the Chapel at 7:30 pm. everyone is invited. On Easter Sunday, the Living Praise Fellowship will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Grace Church Parish House in Middleway. Patty Baab of Vienna, Va., will be the guest speaker and the Swords of the Spirit, a gospel singing group, will provide the music. This is one you don't want to miss. If you require additional information, call 725-9467. of Clarke, Fauquier, Frederick, Loudoun, Shenandoah, and Warren in Virginia, and from the counties of Berkeley and Jef- ferson in West Virginia. Powhatan employs a professional faculty and staff of 23 men and women. Headmaster of Powhatan since 1963, Niemann holds an A.B. degree from Princeton University and has pursued graduate work at Columbia University, both in the teachers' college and in the graduate school of English. Mrs. Kay Covill To Be Speaker Womens Aglo Fellowship ] Mrs. Kay Covill will be the I featured speaker at the meeting ] of the Women's Aglow t Fellowship of Jefferson County I on Wednesday, March 29, at the ' Lions Club Center at 1 p.m. Four years ago she inaugurated the first Womens Aglow Chapter in Northern Virginia, and is currently President of the Arlington Evening Chapter. For six years She has owned and operated a Christiap bookstore, "The Vine and the Fig Tree". She has had a three-fold ministry, that of providing Christian books to the northern Virginia area, ministering in healing and counseling, and various missionary support work. Mrs. Covill has a very ecumenical background, growing up in the Episcopal Church, attended a Baptist College, married a Methodist, and went one year to the An unpaid obligation is a challenge to personal independence. Seven Telephone Employees Complete Special Course Mis. Surprise Party At On Saturday, Seven General Telephone ........ Company employees recentlyiSatrP;eSe:ortma  completed a 32-hour course on r.^. ^t r .... , installation and maintenance of :nr :thr "'' recorder connection devices ....... . ArnoloJ )Itm sound amplifying " -^ Loretta Gay hand sets, automahc dialing Kern devices, telephone signaling ashPe ' devices with associated power supplies, and telephones with Nuts, mints, and coffee special features. The following I Catholic University. They are Tommy Buzzo and present--Mrs. Babysitting is provided free at John Cregger, both of Bluefield; Mrs. Loretta the Calvary Assembly of God Bill Phillips of Moorefield; Blanche Jones, Church, 5th Avenue, Ranson, Gordon Gageby of Charles Hoffman, li from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Town; Mark Doss, of Welch, all Elizabeth, Mrs. Mrs. Pat Turner, Men are always welcome to in West Virginia; Gerald Epling, Palmer, attend the meetings, of Grundy, W. Va., and Gerald rin,theP Fields, of Richlands, Va. Steve. Du b The course was taught were taken by Palmer and the! Dennis Moody, training in-won by Mrs. structor for General Telephone's beam. Mrs. West Virginia " . Virginia lmany and Division. time was CLOSING OUT SALE I will sell at public sale the following personal property, located in Kearneysville, W. Va., on: SATURDAY - April 1, 1978 Beginning at 10:00 A. M. Norge refrigerator with ice maker, Phileo electric range, stainless steel sink, dishwasher, 3 pc. Maple living room suite, fireplace set, 2 sofa beds, oak wash stand, 2 sets bunk beds, dressers, vanity, chest of drawers, mirrors, single bed, dehumidifier, rockers, 2 recliners, knee hole desk, several tables, 3 pc. wicker set, china closet(lawn chairs, trunks, Silvertone organ and bench, Sigler space heater, stereo, office desk and chair, metal camp cots, 2 garden plows, 5 and 10 gallon stone crocks, jars, bottles, lamps, books, iron tea kettle, bicycles, toys, Xmas decorations, National Cash Register, electric; tire changer, hydraulic jack, antique woodworking tools, 2 refrigeration compressors, dishes, pots, pans, etc. AT THE SAME TIME, I will sell remaining stock of merchandise and supplies in the store and garage, COM- PLETE CLOSE OUT. Terms: Cash Robert Day Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Clark Furr Lunch rights reserved. " March 23-2t Maryland State Heifer At the Fairgrounds - Frederick, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29 7:30 P. M. (A Night Sale) 60 HEAD OF REGISTERI00D HOLSTEIN Show Calves and Fancy Open and Carefully Selected - The Fen Sired by: Elevation, Bootmaker, Astronaut Kingpin, Fury Ivan, Job, Apollo and many Two daughters of EX cows- many Daughters of cows with records to over 900F J sell. Many from dams over 20,000M and 700F. Some fine show prospects selling - in fact, outstanding throughout. Sponsored by Maryland Holstein-Friesian A. Doty Remsburg, Sale Manager & Jefferson, Maryland 21755 Phone 301.473.8214 March 23-1t Gi re00t sa 40% off Boys' 2pc Suit NOW 6.88 to 8.88 ORIG. 12.00 to 14.00 Boys Sport Coat g Pants 100% Polyester. Colors Navy Sport Coat Grey Slacks. Sizes 8 - 16 Does not include entire stock. Intermediate markdowns may have been taken. off MEN'S Dress Jeans NOW 8. O0 t013.0 ORIG. ! ! .00 to 18.00 Selected group of Men's corduroys & Fashion jeans. "Broken Sizes g COLORS. Waist S0 to 36. Does not Include entire stock. Intermediate markdowns may have Im taken. 30000 off Boys' Knit ToPs NOW 1.00 to 2.44 ORIG. 1.67 to 3.49 Play.\\; Time Jerseys. Polyester\\; and Polyester Blends. Mostly Solid Colors. Sizes 5 - 16 Does not include entire stock. Intermediate markdowns may have been taken. ff SELECTED Tennis Shbes NOW 6.99 ORIG. 9.99 Cotton Duck, Vinyl ch Cushion Machine Wash. Sizes 6 - Boys Sizes 2% - 6 30.00 off Selected Junior Jeans NOW 6.99 ORIG. 9.00 Selected Group of Junior Jeans. 100% Cotton in Navy Denim. Sizes 7 - 15. DOES NOT INCLUDE EN- TIRE STOCK MON. & FRI. 9 till 9 TUES.- WED.- THURS. & SAT. 9 tills J(;Penney 3O NOW ORIG. so. group of blended Asst. Prints &!