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April 6, 1978

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Garden Meet Home of the was held to the of the flower by the Jef- and llth. Garden Club Hill," Mrs. in Shenandoah is the the Potomac Club will Hill" in the n Tour on April had the op- the i be in and Mrs. making a for the County in Leetown 16. meeting, day was Hock- who arranging books on available in Library. he 1 arranging Page On Honor Roll county School of the for a third the Powhatan to Donald E. Charles Town roll, with l Point list Point, list. Benedict Speaker For G0P Women On Tuesday, April 11 Cleveland K. enedict, state chairman of the Republican Executive Committee, and a candidate for the House of Representatives for the Second District (of which Jefferson County is part) will he the speaker for the regular meeting of the Jefferson County Federation of Republican Women, it was announced recently. Members of the Harpers Ferry Republican Womens' Club are invited to attend this meeting on Tuesday, April 11, at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Gary Phalen. Mrs. Phalen's home can be found by turning right on the first hard-surfaced road beyond Byrd Park on U.S. Route 340. The Phalen home is the second house on the right. Charles Town Bridge Club Play Winners Six pairs were awarded ACBL Master Points at the Charles Town Duplicate Bridge Club game' last Wednesday at the Civic Center. North-South winners were Bill Everhart- Craig Dodson first, Fred Mayer- John Allen second, and Jane and[ Bill McFarland third. Harriet Hayes-Gas Tucker were first Eat-West, Luella Smith-Sara Crane second, and Mary Calafiura-Farley Whitley third. Regular play is every Wed- nesday at 7:45 p.m. and John Allen is the Certified Director. Former Local Woman Is Presented Certificate For 25 Year's Service Mrs. Kathleen M. Deering, the former Kathleen Miley, who was horn and raised here and at- tended local schools, was presented a 25-year service award for her work at the Navy Department, Naval Facilities Engineering Department. Mrs. Deering is secretary to the Deputy Commander for Facilities Management. Her award presentation was made in the Management Information Center and included a ,,Jer pin in recognition of her services given by Rear Admiral K. P. Sears, CEC, USN, Vice Com- mander, on March 29th. '77 Charm Queen To Crown Successor Saturday Evening Miss Day Engaged To John A. Dailey Mrs. Shirley L. Day and John C. Day, of Shepherdstown, are proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming Katherine Hutzler, shown marriage of their daughter, above, Miss Jefferson High 1977, Martha Jane Day, to John Allen will crown the new Miss Jef- Dailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul ferson High 1978 at the Charm T. Dailey, of Charles Town, Revue Saturday, April 6, at 7:50 Miss Day is a 1976 graduate of p.m. in the Jefferson High Jefferson High School and is auditorium, presently employed by Kinney's Come out for a fine evening's Shoes in Berkeley Plaza entertainment with 69 lovely Shopping Cneter, Martinsburg. girls, the Jefferson High Pop Mr. Dailey is a 1970 graduate Singers and the Jefferson High of Charles Town High School and i Jazz Ensemble. is employed at Montgomery Miss Popularity and Miss Ward Automotive Center, Valley Congeniality awards will be Mall, Hagerstown, Md. announced. Mrs. Alonzo (Mary Elinor) Peters will be Mistress of Ceremonies. Tickets will be available at the door. Adults $2 and students $1. He Doesn't As a matter of fact, the man who lives within his income never gets as much credit as the man who doesn't. -Louisville Times. HAVE A CHOICE IN THE MAY PRIMARY FOR THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES THE CANDIDATE WHO HEARS THE  VOICE OF THE PEOPLE - AND LISTENS!! VOTE FOR !! BIANCAM. JAMES CARING Honest Fair To All . s ONE WHO KNOWS YOU BEST, WILL SERVE YOU BEST James - Marvin TREAS. R An open church wedding is planned for Sunday, May 14, at 7 p.m. in the New Street United Methodist Church in Shepherd- stown. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle announce the engagement of their granddaughter, Trease See, to Charles Edward Welsh on April 14th. Miss See is the daughter of Stanley See, of Ranson, and the late Violet See. She is also the granddaughter of Mrs. Edna Wetzel, of Charles Town. Jondra Wilson Has 12th Birthday Fete The Incredible Hulk, clowns, and ugly faces attended the twelfth birthday party of Jondra Wilson on Sunday afternoon, April 2, at her home, Owl Hollow Farm, near Summit Point. The unusual faces were the result of an "anything goes" make-up contest, one of the main activities. A dozen classmates also scrambed blindfolded for their shoes, popped balloons, raced on newspapers, bounced on a wagon ride, laughed at their [ fortunes and hunted for candy-! filled Easter eggs. Attending the fast-moving party were Donna Clendening, Pare Clendening, Patty Cox, Ann Dunn, Kim Gray, Linda Hart, Meg Lamond (Bluemont, Va.), Donna Magaha, Sheila Ryman (Purcellville, Va.), Jackie Richards, Shari Shrewsberry and Tammy White. Assisting with the games and refreshments of cake, ice cream, coke and chips were: Karen Magaha and Jondra's brothers, Chip and Jay Wilson. i Jondra is the daughter of Jacque (Barbour) and John Wilson, of Rt. 1, Charles Town. Shepherdstown 1928 Class Sets Fiftieth Anniversary May 6 The Class of 1928 of Shepherdstown High School will hold its fiftieth anniversary along with the Shepherdstown High School Alumni Association on Saturday, May 6, 1978 at 6:30 p.m. in the Banquet Room Walt's Restaurant, Flowing Springs Road, Shepherdstown. The price for the buffet style banquet will be $7.25 per person. All members of the class of 1928 are urged to attend this affair and renew old acquain- tances. For further information call 304-725-5051. Come In And Join Us For Sunday Dinner OUR SPECIAL Baked Swiss Steak, Choice of two Vegetables, Salad, Hot Rolls, Butter and Dessert '3.95 JEFFERSON INN ROUTE 9- CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. Open Men. - Thurs., 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. FRI. & SAT., 11 a.m. - Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. -4 p.m. Dai/y tmlmms S 1.9S At.SO PIZZA & SUBS GED Tests To Be Given April 6-8 The next GED testing will be on Thursday, April 8, and on Saturday, April 8, 1978. On Thursday the testing will begin at 6 p.m. and on Saturday at 8 a.m. at the Board of Education Office. To secure an application and more information contact Donald K. Mickey, Jefferson County Schools, 106 West North Street, Charles Town, West Virginia, 725-9741. JEFFERSON HIGH BAND PARENTS TO MEET The regular April meeting of the Jefferson High Band Parents will be held Tuesday, April 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Jefferson High hand room. *tit* Excuses rarely fool people, despite the notion to the contrary. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Eilertson, Jrs., and daughter, Cindy of Wheaton, Md,, spent Saturday, March 4th with his mother, Mrs. R. T. Eilertson, Sr., and Aunt, Miss Evelyn Huddle on East Liberty Street. His mother went home with them and on Sunday, March 5th, attended a Bridal Shower for Miss Bonnie S. Hope of Frederick, Md., who is to marry Mrs. Eilertson's grand- son, John P. Ei|ertson on May 27th. The shower was given by Mrs. Robert E. Pndlesny of Rockville, Md. On Tuesday evening, March 7th, Mrs. Eilertson, attended a going away dinner at the Bethesda Naval Officers Club for Lt. and Mrs. Robert E. Podlesny, who are leaving Saturday, March 18th, for El Torn, Calif., where , Mai'ine Lt. Podlesny is to be stationed. Mrs. Pedlesny is the former Nancy Eilertson. She and Lt. Podlesny were married on November 19th. On Wed- nesday Mrs. Eilertson had a medical checkup at Walter Reed Army Hospital returning home on Thursday evening. Recent visitors over the Easter weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and family, near Charles Town, were Mr. and Mrs. James Kisner, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDaniel, Mrs. Sheila Dupuy, and son, Daren, Miss Connie LaRue, Mr. Paul Wilt and Mrs. Margaret Hostler. They also received a telephone call from their son, Garnett and family in New Jersey. Also they received many nice cards, flowers and candy. night. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carper, Sr., spent the past week-end visiting their son and daughter- in-law at their home in Charleston, South Carolina. A special party and program will be given at the Methodist Church in Leetown celebrating the 40th birthday of the Leetown Homemakers Club on Wed- nesday, April 12th at 1:30 p.m. Do Not bring articles for sale at this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turner and two daughters, Thea and SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1978 Ranson Scout Among Eagle Honorees At Dinner In Va. The 15th Annual Eagle Recognition Dinner of the Boy Scouts of America for the Shenandoah Area Council was held Thursday evening, March 30. It was attended by 44 Scouts, Seoutors, and interested citizens representing Berkeley, Morgan and Jefferson counties of West Virginia, and Frederick, Clarke, Shenandoah, Warren, Page, and Rappahannock counties of Virginia. George Haines, retired from the International Red Cross, presented the key note address which was supplemented by a slide show depicting many of the areas around the Mediterranean Sea. Paul F. Willis, vice-president of the Shenandoah Area Council, introduced Robert Pullen, of Winchester, Va., as the master of ceremonies for the evening. Dan Feagans, of Troop 45 of Winchester, Virginia, led the assembled group in the Pledge of Allegiance, and Mark Getz of Troop 54 presented the in- vocation. Among the many guests present were Donald Burch and Henry Lowery of the executive board of te Shenandoah Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, James Davis, former chairman of the Council Ad. vancement Committee; Phil Sprenkle, member of the Ad- vancement Committee; Ivan CoffeR, Scoutmaster of Troop 54; Bill Campbell, district commissioner of the Shawnee District; and William Wolfer- sberger, Scout executive of the 17 Shenandoah Area Council. Jay Givens, president of the Shawnee Lions Club, of Win- chester, was presented a plaque by William Newcome of Troop 13 sponsored by the Chambers Mens Bible Class of the Calvary United Methodist Church, Martinsburg. This was a token of appreciation felt by the Eagle Scouts and Boy Scouts for sponsoring the dinner. - Robert Edmonds, of Troop 4, !presented a talk on the obligations of an Eagle Scout in the future. William Newcome presented an engraved trophy to George Haines for his presen- tation following the dinner. Donald Feltner, Jr., of Troop 39, sponsored by the Saint Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church, in Ranson, presented the con- cluding remarks and a benediction, from Baden Powell's farewell address. Baden Powell was the founder of Scouting in the world to benefit all boys. Each Eagle Scout was ac- companied by a sponsor who worked actively in the Eagle Scout's chosed field of interest. Among them Was Donald Feltner, Jr., interested in radio broadcasting and sponsored by John Lace of WXVA-WZFM of Charles Town. The dinner was held at the Sacred Heart Academy in Winchester. The Shenandoah Area Council, Boy Scouts of America is a participating agency of the United Givers Fund of Jefferson County, West Virginia. AARP Banquet At House The 8th annual banquet of the American Association of Retired Persons, will he held April 18, at Hilltop House in Harpers Ferry. Present for the occasion will he West Virginia State Director and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Patterson of Fairmont, W. Va. Featured speaker will be Col. Ralph Albertazzie, former Commander and Pilot of Air Force One, the personal air- plance of the President of the United States, and who for the first time in history flew our Chief Executive into the l People's Republic of China and into the Soviet Union. [ More details on this in April t 13th edition of Jefferson Ad- t vocate. Cut-off date for sale of tickets to banquet will be April 15th. Make reservations early. Newcomers Announced Jefferson County's Announced were newcomers to the county and include Russell L. Thorne, formerly of Virginia, residing at 315 S. Church Street, Charles Town; Douglas A. Newcomb, formerly of Maryland, now residing at 812 Belvedere Drive, Charles Town; Donald O'Haver, a former resident of Maryland, now living at Route I, Charles Town; and Margaret C. Johnson, of Washington, D.C., now residing at RFD, Kearneysville. ***it An apology often fol- lows an epic inward strug- gle and should always be accepted. Mr. and Mrs. Falconer Smith NANCY'S were dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Lennon on Tuesday YOUNG FASHIONS ' Weather Tamer Jackets, Rain Coats 130 W. Washington St., Charles Town, W. Va. THE WINNER OF THE STUFFED TOY LAMB WAS DARLENE HOSTLER. Our Special SHRIMP FEED & DANCE Candy Sue, were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and family, near Charles All You Can Eat Town. For This Week Jackson Perk's Post 71 DAUGHTER:PARENTS Mr.OFand Mrs.A Charles Town, W.Va. SATURDAY, April 15th Feed Starts at 6:30 p.m. $8.00 Stag... $15.00 Drag $2.59 March 30-aT .. Fast- Acting .. Unaffected by Water .. Contains SENGARD In Unique Formulation EANT'S SENTRY IV g TICK CC)LL =R h N NO UNCI N G THE GRAND OPENING OF JODY'S ANTIQUES & HANDCRAFTS on Charles E. "Buddy" Ware, Leetown Road, announce the birth of their daughter, Marika, Mae, born March 21, 1978, in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. PARENTS OF A DAUGHTER: Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Whitman of Beckley, W. Va., are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter, Julie Marie, on March 1st, 1978. Mrs. Whitman is the former Linda Link, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bayrle Link of Kearneysville, The Whitmans have a three year old son, Brian. Miss Elizabeth K. Wysong has returned to her home on South George Street, after visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Vernon Cofex, Norfolk, "Ca. Sat. & Sun., April 8th & 9th Now Located in the Antique Center Of Leesburg. Kills Fleas... Aids In Tick Control PHARMACY gten St.- Charles Town, W.Va. ATTENTION! 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