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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 30,1978 P!!OPL BANK ' ,' i i OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard A birthday party was given on Sunday in honor of Kelly Buz- zard's 6th birthday, given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard. Those present were Junior, Aita Mac, Christopher and Junior Stewart, Jeri Lynn Everhart, Marsha Everhart Tracy Cole, Roxanne Everhart Brian Whitehair, Danika and Ronnie Smith, Grog and Patty Staubs, Kenney Waters, Jen- nifer and Junior Cogle, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart, Mrs. Darlene Cole, Mrs. Paula Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters, Mrs. Donna Everhart, Mrs. Delma Staubs, Mrs. Patsy Everhart. Refreshments were served and Kelly received many nice gifts. Rev. and Mrs. Little and daughter of Middleway, and Mrs. Ethel Carlbough of Shepherdstown were .dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick of Chestnut Hill were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and son and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove and Cinda Everhart and Karen Grove, were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Howell and family of Gainesville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle were dinner guests Easter Sunday with Mr. Edgar Everhart and Wanda and Angola. Miss Susan Cogle and Mr. Gary Harriss were dinner guests Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Buck Dtmn of Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove and family of Virginia were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs, Timothy Stewart and family were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons d thrpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rudy and son of Knoxville, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman, Jr., and daughters of Charles Town; Mrs. Sharon Longerbeam and daughter of Fox Glen were dinner guests on Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and granddaughter Amy. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cook and daughter of Brunswick; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cook and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cook and and Mrs. Nelson Staubs and daughter, all of Harpers Ferry, were visitors Easter Sunday with Mrs. Elsie Cook and Ted and Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md., were visitors Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everbart. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherdstown, and Mrs. Vanessa Everhart were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and Cecil Walling of Hagerstown, son. Md. I Mrs. Sandra Higgs and Mrs. Sandra Smith and i children of Walnut Grove, were children of Security Hills were i dinner guests Easter Sunday guests on Tuesday with Mrs. l with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Frances Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Ccil Everhart and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Staubs. Mrs. Frances Rodgers was a visitor on Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart were visitors on Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert BrackeR of Virginia. Mrs. Vanessa Everhart and Mrs. Jean Whitehair and son were guests Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs and Pat and Grog were visitors Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and family and Mrs. Leona Staubs of Leesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rodgers of Harpers Ferry; and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Staubs were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rndgers and Debbie, Tracey and Mike and Terry Gano were dinner guests on Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mrs. Paula Smith and Ronnie and Danika of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and Tracey, and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and Marsha were dinner guests on Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. Earl Cogle and Jennifer and Junior, Mrs. Juanita Buz- zard and Christin and Kelly, :'td Mr. and'M. Raymond Waters and Kenney were dinner guests on Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogie. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son, Mr. Earl Cogle and children and Miss Pare Staubs were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Din- terman and family and Mrs. Vicky Lynn and son were dinner guests Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Piper and Mr. and Mrs. David Piper and son. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Longerbeam. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price were visitors Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cugle. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus and daughter of Frederick, Md., were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Nick and children were dinner guests Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Piper and family. Mrs. Thelma Cogle, Mrs. Beatrice Everhart, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard, Mrs. Darlene Cole and Mrs. Lucille Waters and son were visitors Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Piper. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and Robin were dinner guests Easter Sunday with Mrs. Jessie Staubs I of Tuscawilla Hills. Mrs. Paula Smith and Ronnie and Danika were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Miss Roxanne Everhart was a visitor Monday thru Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and children of Martinsburg. "Mrs. Yanessa Everhart and Mrs. Jean Whitehair and Brian were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and children of Dargan, Md. The Bargain Basement, located across from the Silver Grove Market will be open every day now from 11 to 4 p.m. Anyone wishing to donate items for this should contact Mrs. Hilda Piper at 725-2254. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Longerbeam were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. James Grey and sons of West Ridge Hills. Glad to hear that Mr. Grey is recuperating nicely at home, he had surgery on both feet last week at Alexandria Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove were guests on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brackett. Mrs. Darlene Cole and Tracey and Mrs. Beatrice Everhart were visitors Thursday with Mrs. Paula Smith and Ronnie and Danika. I I II I I I I LEETOW Mrs. Ruth Locke Thought my birthday was over, but am still receiving gifts, one of the latest was stone on my driveway and two other cards, stuffed. The breakfast and Cantata was a success with a large at- tendance and several people were taken into the church at the UM. Church. Mrs. Floyd Owens, Jr., and Pat and Bates Watson were supper guests on Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Billy, Owens, Sr. Mrs. James S. Locke and Mrs. Jimmy Locke called on Mrs. Kenneth Feagans on Saturday. Mr. Kenneth Feagans is a patient in the King's Daughters Hospital was taken to the hospital on Thursday of last week with kidney stones. Mrs. J. S. Locke visited Mrs. Bertha Albert on Friday evening. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis on Sunday were Miss Diane Collis, Winchester Va., Mrs. Patricia Kisner and son Michael, Middleway. Mi's. Millard Edwards was a guest of Mr. Carl Hill, Bakerton on Sunday. Mrs. Edward Dunbar spent the Easter holidays visiting her sister, Mrs. Betty Jane Franklin in Tennessee and visited other relatives in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Bullock spent from Thursday to Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs. Graham Bullock, Sr., in Ash- ville, N.C. Mrs. Bullock is a surgical patient in the hospital in Ashville. Mrs. James Locke was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Locke on Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Albert en- tertained her family for Easter Sunday dinner. Those present were Kenneth Albert and son Roger, Bunker Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kettering, Darkesville and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Albert of Bunker Hill. Mrs. Millard Edwards had her Easter dinner on Saturday. Five guests were present. Mary Edwards, Carl Hill, Ruth Moreland and Ruth Locke attended the supper for the Singles at Scollay Hall on Thursday. Fourteen people :attended. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crisman have been to Bermuda from the 18th through the 21st attending a Peoples Life In- surance Conference. Congratulations to Ed on his promotion. Leetown is proud of him The weather in Bermuda was delightful. Nice and warm and no rain. SHEPHERDSTOWN Mrs. Janet Hansen Pare and Renny Parziale will have a kiln opening and pottery sale at Sycamore Pottery from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, March 31, April 1 and 2. The pottery is on Rt. 1, Paynes Ford Road, Kearneysville. From Shepherdstown, take Route 48, turn right just before the old Episcopal Church in Leetown or call 725-4251 for more in- formation. Wolfe Bergman is happy about his new sister, Windsong Amanda, born Thursday, March 23, at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Windsong,s parents are Dr. and Mrs. Roland Bergman. The Historic Shepherdstown Commission is inviting all Shepherdstown area residents to a public meeting Thursday, March 30, at 7:30 p.m., at the Men's Club." The meeting will be held to discuss how the Town of Shepherdstown can best use Rumsey Hall and also to discuss i general restoration and funding Gladys Hartzell will describe the history and con- struction of the building. It is hoped that there will be a large turnout of interested persons. The Faculty Wives Club will hold the second annual card party on Friday, March 31, at 7:30 p.m., at the Men's Club. Donations of $2.00 will be ac- cepted for the Alice Frank and Delberta Harris Scholarships. There will be refreshments and door prizes, donated by German Street Market, Keith Knost, Morelands Dry Goods and Dr. Jerry Smith. People are asked to make up their own tables for any type of card games. The Yellow Brick Bank will have Jacqueline Petitcolas Senseney's watercolor and drawing exhibit on display until April 2. The Jefferson County Art Council is sponsoring the exhibit. ORTHO N OTICE ! PRUNING PAINT Inasmuch as the Citizens of Shahnondale,' SEALER Fast. easy protection for Inc., have petitioned Howard W. Wilt, Sheriff of Jefferson County, W. Va., for the ap- pointment of a conservator of the peace for the community of Shannondale, and inasmuch as The Clothes Closet, formerly at the Presbyterian Church has been closed and will not reopen. Mrs. Martha Jean Shumate, Director, Shepherdstewn Senior Center, has announced the April schedule, as follows: April 5, Blood pressure clinic with Mary Louise Wright, RN, 10-12; sandwich lunch, crafts, games, projects, 10-4; April 12, crafts, etc., 10-4 sandwich lunch, 12; l p.m., film; April 19, crafts, etc., 10-4; sandwich lunch, 12, t program to be announced; April 26, crafts, etc., 10-4; covered dish, 12; 12:30, birthday bouquets, the gift of the Mecklenburg Garden Club, Dr. Ernest Stutzman, birthday honoree; 1 p.m., musical program. At present, the group is engaged in a community project of assembling favors for the AAUW Convention to be held at Shepherd College, and also several members are kilting caps for the Jefferson County patients at Weston State Hospital. The Senior Center will be happy to work on any com- munity project. Mrs. Shirley Simpson en- tertained the following guests last weekend: her daughter and son-in-law, Debbie and Jimmy tIelms and Mr. and Mrs. David Cantrell and son Jeffrey, all from North Carolina. Jackson's Mill Nursing League Convention Set The West Virginia League for Nursing, Inc,, will hold its an- nual convention April 6th and 7th at Jackson's Mill, it was an- nounced today. The theme of the confab will be "Rights and Privileges in Health Care". A number of business and work sessions have been scheduled throughout the two-[ ternational's day event, which will be at-ithe"Lion" , tended by several Jefferson labout the County officials. Christmas The West Virginia League for Nursing, Inc., and its national counterpart are dedicated to helping the public improve health services. Both organizations strive to assist citizens to locate resources, to identify health care needs and to fill the "gaps" in services available. Reservation for the convention may be made by writing to Mrs. Judith Tiano, director, patient care services, United Hospital, Inc., Clarksburg, W. Va. 26301. Room reservations may be made by writing Jackson's Mill Weston, W. Va. Lion's Cheer Booth Publicized In Lions National Magazine Charles Town's "Cheer Booth" project recently received worldwide publicity. The March issue of Lions In- The Lion mblisbed in 17 has a circulation { 149 countries areas. The Cheer: appeared in the projects of the ment of the magazine sl 1977. For an article to it must be and informative their clubs in Because of sp6C6, many items are only a few The Cheer effort of local service clubs Charles Town money at for needy familieS" Come In & Join IJ SUNDAY DIN ;B OUR SPECIAL WILL BE , PAN FRIED CHICKEN. Choice of Two Vegetables, Salad and eP Cobbler or You Can Order From JEFFERSON INN ROUTE 9 - CHARLES TOWN, W' OPEN MON. - THURS. - 11 A. M.- 9P. Fri. &Sat, - II A. M- 12 MhJl kt Sunday. I! A. M.- 4 P. M. Daily Luncheons -- $1.95 ALSO - PIZZA / AGNES B. TH Democratic Candidate House of Delegates 36th Di ONE OF THE ISSUES INCREASED CRIME IN JEFFERSON CouNTY Jefferson County ranked 7th out of the West Virginia Counties in Crime. PLAIN TALKING SOLUTIONS Increased funding for the State Police change in law to divide Sheriffs duties to more time and more deputies to law cement. citizens for Agnes B. Thomas. Pamela Seal, sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin pruned, grafted or damaged the Sheriff of Jefferson County has examined Staubs and daughter, and Mr. trees, roses, shrubs, this petition and believes it to be in compliance II i 5OZ. J 13OZ. with the Co deof West Virginia. and because he 1 ?" "-'C' EUREKAt I further believes due to condition of geography, * 1.89* s2,89 lack of funds, or other reasons the community of Shannondale cannot receive adequate Se e ,o iN[e l:rltv,v AI/HU-- ENTs H police protection from the existing staff of the Y OU S VALL|Y ARDWARE CO. Jefferson County Sheriff's Dept., applications eta ' ._... [SI wUchama will be received from this date through April rt. ,_., NEW EUREKA PHONE: 725 - 5113 20, 1978, at the law enforcement office of the 'I SOUl;, S0: [-II' ,--,',,,,- o,r! Charles Town, W.Va. Sheriffs Dept., at I01 E. Liberty St., in 1 '- [] i Charles N .'kSow .. MARCH 29" .... This job is basically law enforcement. The pO  APRIL 1, 1978" conservator will be a special deputy sheriff If You Have withthe allconfinesattendentofpOwerShis andjurisdiction.authority withinThe Come in during ear sale & take advantage of these great p'suO SAVE Electrical jurisdiction would include the community of 0 Gallon) Shannondale and one mile outside Shan- No. 201 Exterior White 0il Base Point,_. ..... _.$10. Problems nondale within Jefferson County, W. Va. (I Gallon) Prior police experience Is desirable but not No. 301 Exterior Latex White Point ........ 11 ." o,,o.) 12. Coil Us required. There are certain minimum No. 251 Exterior Super White 0il Base Point, .... requirements as follows: (2G..on,) 1. Age between 21 and 60 years of age. No. 341 Exterior Latex White Paint ......... 14. F[ THE "BRIGHT IDEA" IN A 2. High school graduate or GED. (1 Gallon) No. 1455 Interior Latex fht Tint Base Point .... .9: MAGAHA I 3. Must be in good health. (, 00t,oa) 6-WAY ADJUSTABLE Ce 4. weight must be in proper proportion to No. 1955 Interior Latex Semi Gloss Tint Base Point...12.; CLEANER height. (I G4,oa) Specializing in .Commercial & Industrial No. 1855 interior Latex Gloss Tint Bale Paint __....1 Model 1454 569," . elfin, & $1e: e.5"Mustn'have been convlctedof a felunY.Must be bendable. [!0 fig P ,s,vo WAV StOalq man erandsNammoJ: 7. Must reside near enough to area of O n a|| a jurisdiction to he able to respond within five gives precise , OVER 1300 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM-CUSTOM BLINDED WITH nap to deepest shag. Electdcal Dedces & equipment minutes without exceeding speed limit. :)-Filling " Salary is $8,000.00 per year plus a limited DO YOUR SPRING PAINTING EARLY . BUT YOUR avoids clogging needs Flourmcent & Incadescent Lamps- vehicle operation allowance. " omo In n( changes. I htHead,ig,,,,ndsd,,, W|te, ,eater elemm& Heaters- Conservator is required to provide own Ch les bb d ,OUAL-ACTIoNdarkestcrnerS'EOGE lld Many Popular TIpes &'Sims el Wire " equipment, supplies, uniforms, weapons, ar Hu or ERe Carries full suction right . license to carry firearms, bonds, etc. There up,o b,,eoard, Dial 725. 5516 are no fringe benefits. SOUTHERN STATES.CHARLES TOWN C We art an Equal Opportunity Employer. 302 N. Mildred St.- Ranson, w.Va. Russell F.tts & So', Inc. MAGAHA Inc Eloward W, Wilt, sosw.washinSto, Street l Sheriff of Jefferson county PHONE: 725- 2212 , c,es Town.w.v,. Nh Georp St. - Ranson W. Va. March 3o-= When pr/ces are down that's the 304-725-SS11 P