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Brothers Will Pace Golfers This Season COmbination of (Warrenton, the Shepherd as they try to year's second the West Virginia were 29-9-1 in '78 campaign 29) against College. squad returning let- team. SUccess will the bottom commented adding were after that, a among the in the con- now for us to win g but we do at the us,' he said. SOphomore All- will play brother 'a very consistent golfer' by his head coach. Joe Zaleski, a senior and the team's captain, averages 75 and is called an excellent long ball hitter by Fincham. Keith Kave, a junior from Shepherdstown, is the team's third seed, averaging 78. 'Keith is a consistent putter, but is not a long ball hitter,' Fincham commented. Larry LeHew, a senior from Berryville, Va., is counted on as the fourth seed. Averaging 75, the head coach calls him 'a fierce competitor who never gives up.' Charles Town's Steve Roth, who averages 80 is the fifth seed, and Greg Morrison from Front Royal, Va., is currently the sixth golfer on the squad. 'Greg lists a high school average of around 75,' says Fincham. 'He has a lot of  potential, but we haven't had a chance to see him play in college competition yet,' he said. The seventh and eighth seeds are John Slahetka, a sophomore from Annandale, Va., and Mark Maslanik from Mercersburg, Pa. First She00,nent Team Looks romising of collegiate Rams promising' Sherry their season with away College and and most open until players in 'This steam optimistic Coach every Previous ex- in- school. can Chris Va.).' ! the team if area, it is in gifts have good of that will get into an Coach the first (Cross or Nancy Md.). At Taylor or (Harpers Donna Berkeley third base be Dabble or Karen In the outfield will be Cindy :Stewart (Emmitsburg, Md.), Dabble King (Rocky Mount, Va.), Barb DeLauter (Hager- stown, Md.), Sharon Beaulieu (Forest Hill, Md.), Joanie Wilson (Gaithersburg, Md.), or Lisa Hafer (Shepherdstown, W.Va.). SUMMIT P01NT Mrs. Joyce Rudolph Dial 725.7909 Side-lined for the last four months with a broken arm, this correspondent is back in the game again and wishes to ex- press her appreciation to her good right arm, Mrs. Joyce Rudolph, who took over for her while she was incapacitated. Mrs. Rudolph is to be com- plimented for her excellent reporting of the Summit Point news, and her willingness to take over whenever needed is deeply appreciated. Guests over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer, their daughter, Juli, and their son, John Philip, at "Locust Grove" were Mrs. Creamer's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Otis of Wynnewood, Pa. Celebrates First Birthday Little Todd Henry, son of Mr.' and Mrs. William Henry, was honored on his first birthday with a party, attended by about twenty-five friends and relatives, which was held at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry, Sr., on March 121h. A very pleasant afternoon was enjoyed during which Todd had a great time assisting in the unwrapping of his many gifts, and delicious refreshments, including a beautiful birthday cake with one candle, were served by Mrs. Henry, Visitors at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and their daughter, Stephanie, during the Easter weekend were the for- mer's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbrook of Baltimore, Md., and the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michael of Augusta, W. Va. On Easter Sunday they had as their dinner guests their daughter, Mrs. Deborah Lockwood and her children, Pamela and J.W. of Middleway and visiting with them during the afternoon their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Cheshire and daughter, Jennifer, of Leesburg, Va., and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Karl DeHaven. Congratulations are extended to Dante Mills who won first place in the Math Field Day program which was held at the Jefferson High School on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Frank Cameron of Millville was a visitor on Monday of last week at the home of her son and danghter-in4aw, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron and their small son, Jimmy. Also visiting at the Cameron home on Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Thompson and daughter of Bear Lake, Michigan. Extension Homemakers to Meet The Summit Point Extension Homemakers Club will hold its annual "White Elephant" auction at the White Church in Middleway at 7:30 o'clock on Thursday evening, April 13th. This is the club's one, and only, fund-raising project for the year and all members are expected to participate. Bring a friend, bring your white elephants and do your part towards making the evening a profitable one. If any members are unable to attend this meeting, a contribution towards its success would be helpful. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jackson and son, Ricky, of Middleway were visitors on Sunday af- ternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish and their daughters, Stacey and Shelley. Miss Vicki Glassford returned home Sunday evening from Ripley, W. Va., where she had spent the weekend attending a conference as a delegate from the VICA Club of the James Rumsey High School. Vicki has been accepted by Berea College in Berea, Ky., and plans to enroll there in September. Mrs. Clayton Stagner of "Monte View" was a recent visitor at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Anders in Charles Town, Elected to National Honor Society Four local young people, John Philip Creamer, Peter Van Tol Mark Rudolph and Carol Smith were named to the National Honor Society at a program held on Tuesday evening in the Jefferson High School auditorium. For so small a community Summit Point has had, throughout the years, a great many top-ranking students BEST SFthnl00000/ PAINT BEST HOUSE PAINT' BEST PRICES! 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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry, Sr., in company with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Henry and their small daughter, tort, attended the baptismal service for their granddaughter, Kathleen Page, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry, Jr., which was held on Palm Sunday morning in the United Methodist Church in Pikeside, W. Va. Mrs. James H. Snyder of "Shenstone" served as the mistress of ceremonies at the National Honor Society program which was held at the Jefferson High School on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stocks and children, Katie and Sam, of Charles Town were visitors on Sunday afternoon at the home of the iatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire. P.T.A. Meeting The Parent-Teachers Association of the South Jef- ferson Elementary School met at the school on Monday evening of last week with a very good attendance. Prior to the business meeting a social hour and delicious refreshments, provided by the attending members, were enjoyed. A very interesting program followed the meeting with each of the grade levels from one through six, under the direction of their Physical Education teacher, Mrs. Kathy Burke, presented examples of their daily routines. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons, Mark, Paul and John joined with the latter's mother brother and sister for a famil: gathering which was held on Wednesday last at Shakey's in Martinsburg, Those present for the occasion in addition to the Rudolph family were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Osborne of Jar- visburg, N.C., Mr. and Mrs. David Jenkins and their infant son, Jarvis, of Tomahawk, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb and son, Parker, of Orchard Hills and Miss Deanna Spunich [ of Kabletown. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and daughter, Stephanie, visited On Sunday with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Cheshire and their small daughter, Jennifer, at their home in Leesburg, Va. Complimenting their grand- son, little J. C. Coates, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Coates, on his second birthday, his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Coates and their daughter, Robin, entertained little J.C.'s godparents and the minister who officiated at his baptism at a party held at their home in Rippon on Wednesday evening Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children, Karen and Doug, and the Reverend and Mrs. David Wood and daughters, Heather and Dawn. His other godparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph, were unable to attend because of a prior engagement but were represented by a beautiful birth. day cake baked and decorated by Mrs. Rudolph. Mr. Chuck Dawson of Jop- patown, Md., who was spending the Easter holidays with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jenkins and their family, became seriously ill on Monday and was rushed to the Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Monday in a diabetic coma. He was released on Friday aid returned to Joppatown where he entered a hospital in that area. Mr. and Mrs. William Henry and their small son, Todd, of Charles Town were visitors on Sunday at the home of the for- mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry, Sr. Mr. Curtis Wimer of Parson, W. Va., joined his wife and their small son, Paul, over the weekend at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Smallwood, where they had been visiting for the past week. On Sunday afternoon the Wimer family left to return to their home in Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mc- I Farland and daughters, Betsy and Renee, of Winchester, Va., were visitors on Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph. On Monday Mrs. Rudolph will be admitted to the Jeff, Memorial Hospital for a series of tests, and ervation. Vandalism Again Once again the village is being plagued with vandalism as four of the streetlights have been shot out by bee-bee guns during the past several weeks. These lights were put here for a purpose and are maintained by the entire community so destroying them is far more than a boyish prank, it is malicious mischief. If the parents of all the boys who own air rifles would impress this on their sons it would be greatly appreciated by the committee responsible for their main- tenance. The Church at Middleway celebrated its first birthday on Sunday with a covered dish supper followed by a worship service. Those attending from Summit Point were Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children, Karen and Doug, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jenkins and family, Mrs. Margaret Crim and daughter, Tammy, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons. At a baptismal service held at the Ebenezer United Methodist Church in Mr. Pleasant on Easter Sunday, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Carter of Mt. Pleasant was given the name of "Vincent Donnell". The service was conducted by the Reverend Albert Maser, Jr., and serving as godparents for the baby were Mrs. Sarah Russ of Franklin- town and Mr. Helous Brown of Charles Town. Film-Strip Story Slated At Library Saturday, 2 p. m. Saturday afternoon, April 8 at two o'clock in the Old Charles Town Librar auditorium, the second film-strip story will he shown for children of any age. The title THE CRICKET IN TIMES SQUARE should be appealing to all. The showing is free and lasts about 39 minutes. The first in the series had sixty in attendance. The childrens' section of the library will not only have Katherine Paterson's Newberry Award book THE BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA, but also her other two books THE SIGN OF THE CHRYSANTHEMUM and THE MASTER PUPPETEER. The latter won the 1977 National Book Award for children's literature. The Old Charles Town Library has twenty-four out of the thirty best sellers from the New York Times, both fiction and non- fiction. In the last three months 585 books have been added to the collection. Don't miss reading James Kilpatrick's THE FOXES' UNION. Nationally acclaimed for his political commentary, his new book breaks the mould with humor, sometimes gentle, sometimes outrageous. Kilpatrick writes from the perspective of his home in Scrabble, Virginia. New books just received are: THE PLAGUE DOGS PUBLIC SALE Having entered a nursing home and selling my home, I will sell at public sale my personal property located at 1575 Washington Street, Bolivar, West Virginia on: SATURDAY: APRIL 8, 1978 BEGINNING AT TO.'OOA. M. 3 pc. living room suite, color T.V., Sears; B & W T.V., Westinghouse; studio couch, several small tables, server, stools, 3 rockers, plank bottom chairs, 4 slat-bed chairs, other chairs, drop leaf table, oak library table, walnut table, hall tree, 9 pc. dining room su!te, 5 pc. dinette set, G. E. refrigerator, apt. size; G. E. electric stove, Maytag washer, tubs, utility cabinets, small cast iron stove, coal hod, 2 pc. bedroom suite, metal bed, day bed, oak dresser, oak wash stand, dresser, wardrobe, chest of drawers, wash stand, trunks, baby crib, child's trunk, sewing machine, mantel mirror, old books, children's old toys and dolls, pictures and frames, lamps, hampers, porch swing, porch rockers and furniture, metal lawn chairs, bench, lard press, sausage grinder, extension ladder, flower pots, some tools, jars, bed linens, china, glassware, pots, pans, kitchen utensils, ' and other articles too nuermous to mention. Terms: Cash Mrs. Jessie Eackles Dorothy Watson, Agent Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Clark Furr Lunch rights reserved. Not accidents on property. March 30-2t SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1 3 THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1978 Richard Adams who just had a considered under a system best seller in WATERSHIP]which allows for equal cam- DOWN ; ST RAN GE R'S/parison of units despite different FOREST by Pamela Hill, set in] missions.. Scotland, a gothic romance; SO All of the 42nd Bomb Wiong's WONDEROUS FREE by M. operations, including main- Clagne, a Revolutionary War tale rich in the color and detail of America's finest hour; REFLECTIONS WITHOUT MIRRORS by Louis Nizer, in which he looks back on the whole panorama of his life with wise and witty reminiscences. Sutherland Member Best Wing Strategic Air Command Group Limestone, Maine-U. S. Air Force Airman First Class Richard F. Sutherland, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sutherland, Sr., of 201 S. Georgia Ave., Martinsburgl W. Va., is a member of the best wing in the Strategic Air Command (SAC). Airman Sutherland is an administration specialist at tenance and safety, were evaluated and judged out- standing, giving the wing people the distinction of being the 'best in SAC'. The airman is a 1975 graduate of Martinsburg High School. His wife, Becky, is the daughter of Mrs. Wanda J. Light of 320 S. Illinois Ave., Martinsburg. Becky's father, Dalton K. Raines, also resides in Mar- tinsburg. VFW Post 3522 Charles Town To Nominate New Officers April 1! Meet Nomination of officers will be the feature of the next regular meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 3522, Charles Town, to be held Tuesday, Aph'il 11. The annual election will be held Sunday, Loring AFB, Maine, with the April 23 from 2 until 6 p.m. 42rid Bomb Wing which earned i Also the Post will hold a dance the 1977 Omaha Trophy, sym- [ for all paid up members only on bolic of the best wing inSAC. I Saturday, April 8, from 10 p.m. All SAC wings compete yearly [ until 2 am. Music will be by for the Omaha and are Hillbilly Sue and her band. PUBLIC SALE From Route 11 at Inwood, West Virginia, Turn East onRoute 51 -- Travel 3 miles to Haines' Market -Turn right - .2 of a mile to sale - OR From Charles Town, WNA. Take Route 51 West approximately 8 miles to Haines' Market - Turn left - .2 of a mile tdsate. SATURDA Y, APRIL 15, 1978 AT T 0"00 A. M. APPROXIMATELY 20- 25 TRACTORS -- Including Cubs, Fords, Internationals, .John Deere, Fergusens and other makes. Also offering a good selection of 2, 3, and 4 bottom plows, cultivators, wagons, rotary cutters, posthole digger, discs, wood saws, rakes, balers, grain elevators, and many other farm related articles. We will also be offering a good selection of tools, some household articles, and other miscellaneious items. NOTE: FARMERS AND DEALERS. This is a con- signment sale. Let us sell your surplus farm equipment for you. CUZ of Pennsylvania will be here with a nice load of sewing material for the ladies. TERMS: CASH. NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. Edgar A. Bohrer SaleManager 304-229-8354 Auctioneers: Bohrer and Miller Clerks: Ware, Bohrer, and Bohrer Not Responsible for Accidents on Premises Lunch Rights Reserved April 6-1t N IIH III I II M Receive your chance when opening a new Savings Account of '100.00 or more, or add to existing account. Drawing May15th Ham purchased from Jefferson High F.F.A. Checking accounts-NO SERVICE CHARGE - NO MINIMUN BALANCE Phone: AC 304.535.6336 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM