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/ " ill o town Will Soon Beg,n Construction $1,040,000 Water System 00ipt $2S5 A tac ,000 Grant Will .e oxo,a00oe00 oo00,00,ote "Easter Bunny" Big t r lion To Large 00o,o, water system has been recognized to Final Cost f Pro t lace Existing FactlltY$1 ,tOl:j2, hpSarfoV  fbiinlnce the new system Jb - d the town's Co.- which will cost a total of $1,404, -.ial water commission 000, the town had previously ob- will soon begin rained another 0010,000 grant from J jl' of a new water sys- FHA, a $175,000 grant from the II i.mlew definite last week Appalachian Regional Commiss- oou,00 .n. ,00ooooo .am Ir]Jtilt When an adl'ition- which will be financed from regu 3Jtt000000t was received to lar o00rating revenues I" !  rmal costs of the pro- Mayor Starry said the town has received important assistance will include a treatment plant to s existing water mains to I accept grant from Administration Proceed with the construction con- F .Starry said the that Shepherds have rood to from Senator Robert C. Byrd and Governor Arch A. Moore, Jr., in obtaining grant assistance. Bids for construction of the water system were opened in Jan uary of this year, but the project was delayed because costs exceed ed original estimates prepared by consulting engineer John W. Mc Nair Jr. Mayor Starry reported that in the last two months he has met with state officials in Charleston four times and worked with Sen- water service ator Byrd to obtain necessary acid pay higher itional funding. VOTE FOR J.T. (Tom) MERriER Democratic Candidate For County Commissioner Harpers Ferry District Businessman AND Farmer Adv. _ Apr. 13-4t- Your Support Will Be Appreciated WALLP00ER NOW AT RIDDLEBE00ER'S SELECT FROM STOCK OR CATALOGUES by all officials, as the existing system is antiquated, new homes are being built at an increasing rate, and Shepherd College plans to expand. The low bidder for construction of the new water treatment plant is Wilson Construction Co. of Huntington, W. Va, Low bidder for the new distri button system is J & L Excavat- ing, Inc., of Southington, Ohio. Cha00 mob Students On Honor Roll A total of 216 students in the four grades of Charles Town Sen tar High School acquired a "B" or better average during the fourth six weeks of the 1971-72 school term and have been placed on the school honor list, accord- ing to Jackson Flanigan, princi- i pal. The Senior class led the list with 66 students, while 64 Juniors were listed, 49 juniors and only 37 Freshmen. The list by classes follows: SENIORS: -- Douglas Allara, Irvin Athey, Gall Bashner, Donald Baumgard- her, Lewis Berry, Margin Black- ford, Nanny Braithwaite, Diane Brown, Lois Brumback, Martha Burns, Lisa Cain, Terry Carroll, Gene Carper, Holly Cave, Michael Cave, Michael Clay, Ed Clera, Mar tha Coffin, Steve Conrard, Mar-i garet Coyle, Bey Custer, Drema] Daniel, Karl DeHaven, Wesley ] Dilley, Julie Dorf, David Dorsey, I Terry Dunn, Sandy Emmert, Chry I stal Ease::, Kay Foster, Sally Gav- in, Richard Hadley, Alice Hayes, Jan Henshaw, Tom James, Chris Jenkins, Bonnie Jenkins, Linda Kratz, Darlene Markley, Rhonda O'Dell, Pat Piper, Mary Beth Printz, Terry Propps, Paul Rana- lli, Dianna Ratcliff, Jerry Rhodes Gene Rice, Jeff Ridegway, Cindy Robinson, Debra Roper, Claudia Smallwood, Floyd Spates, Libhy Stagner, Richard Tabb, Susan Tabb, Karan Upwright, Joan Van Tol, Anita Walker, Judy Wilt, Mike Wiltshire, Justin Lindholm, Garry Moore, Kendra Metz, Deb- bin Martin, Jeral Milton, Perry Ott, Valerie Owens. JUNIORS: Derby Askin, Ellen Athey, Mike Barger, Betsy Barker, Carolyn Bradford, Deborah Brown, Cindy Bush, Elemaor Bussey, Susan Cha- mblin, Patrieia Cheshire, Teresa Cline, Robin Clinton, Debbie Col fin, Mike Cook Gall DeHaven, Cindy Demory, Deborah Dillow, Mike Dunn, Glen Everhart, David Frazier, Cindy Gano, Gette Glenn Alice Green, Gloria Herring, Pare Hooper, Carol Howell, Teresa Jenkins, Harvey Kercheval, Fay- lee Kisner, Greg Lance, George Lewis, Mary Lynn Lewis, Karen Liles, Sandy Longerbeam, Roland Malcome, Sarah Mays, TwUa Mc Graw, Iris Ann McKee, Donna Mercer, Brenda Morison, Fred Morrison, Cathy Notzelman, Jen- ny Sue Peters, Darlene Ranalli, Robert Rinaldi, Steve Roth, Pat Sager, James Seal, Phillip See, Sharon Silvius, Jenny Sue Smith, Jeff Smoot, Debbie Souders, Rog er Stewart, Atys Stone, Barbara Stunkle, Stephen Smith, Jack Viands, Joyce Vickers, Betsy Wal ker, Karen Wilson, Greg Wolf, Robert Woodford, Richard Zeigler SOPHOMORES: -- Turnout Youngsters At Kiwanis Egg Hunt The Easter egg hunt which the Charles Town Kiwanis Club held Saturday, April 1, at the Jeffer- son Memorial Park was the best ever staged with even the "Easter Bunny" showing up and being a big attraction for the several hun dred youngsters who attended this one. In the top part of the above picture the "Easter Bunny" is shown surrounded by a host of the young set that showed up to search in every section of the park for the record 1,500 eggs which the Kiwanians had boiled, Niagra Falls, N. Y., and while there they visited many points of interest. Birthday Party William Wesley Welsh was hon- ored Sunday evening with a small party to celebrate his 3rd birth- day by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Welsh. The Easter theme was used throughout in the dec. orations and on his cake, which was served with ice cream and keel-aid. Wesley received many" lovely gifts and money. Easter favors and balloons were given to each young guest present who werebrenda,, Regina, Melinda and - Babby Welsh, Martinsburg, Duane Welsh, Takoma Park, Md., Cheryl Lynn" Welsh and Tonia Judy. 'Adults were Mrs: Pauline Judy, his aunts and uncles, Mr. and Mrs Donald Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welsh and his grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welsh. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. land Mrs. Harley Potter, family, i were Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Mar kley, family, Hedgesville, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Potter, daughter Mich elle and Charles Welch. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stuckey, Lelgh Anne, Pittsburgh, Penn., spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Stuckey, and during the weekend they also visited other relatives in this area Easter visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer were Melissa Anderson, Marcia Brad Icy, Marsha Brown, MicheUeMr. nd Mrs. Leonard Williams, Bush, Susan Carper, Elizabeth Kellle, Lenie, Kimberly, River Clark, Susan Cogie; Vickl Coulter View Park, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sarah Coyle, Nancy Crane, Pare Rickard, Tessa, Dee Dee, tSeph- Custer, Paula D'Angelo, Scott anie, ManasSas, Va. Mr. ahd Mrs. by Citizens for Steptoe Emmert, Cheryl Goode, Diane iRobert Braithwaite, Bobbin, Jen- E--C ---LeT Grapes, Glenn Hardy, Vic Hart, ny, Robin, Tracy, Charles Town, Carolyn Hefflin, Jeff Hendricks, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gentry, son Frank Howell, Norma Jenkins, Mark, Forrestville, Md. and Mr. Scott Johnson, Sherry Kelly, Gary and Mrs. Paul Jones, Matt, Lea- Kerns, Frank Keyser, Brenda nne, Melissa of Martinsburg. Mike Martin, Steve Me Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. Donough, Gary Meyers, Jody Ner and Mrs. Marvin Thomas were hood, Robert Payne, Ramona Mr. and Mrs. Larry Padgett, son Pena, David Piper, Brian Reilly, Jimmie, Shenandoah Junction, Arletta Robinson, Suellen Sager, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Thomas, Clarence Seal, Roxanne Shirley, Woodbine, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Wil Glenn Smith, Harrison Smith, Jac quie Smith, Tony Stehr, Duane Turner, David Underwood, Susan Wall, John Waiters, Virginia Wil liams, Bobbin Willingham, The- resa Wilt. FRESHMEN: Trudy Anders, Jennifer Ander- son, Kathy Biro, Marty Bowman, Bueky Bradley, Barbara Brooks, Kathy Brown, Susan Crites, Beth Crites, Beth Cobb, Tom Coyle, Tommy Dalton, Donald Dunn, Charles Fellers, Virgil Gifft, Mar shall Glenn, Jack Harris, Roscoe Hayes, Karyl Herring, Rebecca Hoffman, Augusta Malcome, Mar- sha Manuel, Debbie Martin, San- dra Miller, Robert Ott, Sherry Ott, Mike Owens, Jeff Propps, Teresa Ring, Renee Rivera, Low ise Ryman, Anita Shelton, Kathy Slmoes, Nancy Smoot, Carl Tay- lor, Petrina Verderaramo, Denise Viana, Anna Williams. KEARN00YSVlLLE MRS. WALLACE WELSH (FROM LAST WEEK) Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Mrs. Douglas Whittington, daugh ter Debbie, spent four days over the Easter hollday's at the home of Mrs. Thompson's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mlck, liam Rowland, Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thomas and David Staubs, Shepherdstown, and on Monday Mrs.. Charlotte Padgett, Jimmie and Mrs. Debbie Thomas spent the day with Mrs, Thomas. Mr. and Mrs Willie Tabler, daughter Cheri, were dinner gue- sts Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Wil liam Tabler, Shepherdstown, and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Putman. 100 At, Egg Hunt There were around 100 child- ten from the KearneysviUe area .Charles Town and Martinsburg who turned out for the American Legion Post 102 Easter Egg hunt held at Kearneysville. There were numerous prize winners some of whom were Brain Ross, Victor Winston, Sharon James, Beckey MeDowell, Tammy Wilson, Lisa Boyd, Debbie Ross, Lionel Fields and Evelyn Carny. The ladies of the legion served punch and cook- ies to the group. Callers on Easter Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. George Hazelton were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Twy- man, Mrs. Mary Twyman, Harpers Ferry, Alfred Twyman, Jr. Mrs. Lucie Mason, Mrs. Pauline Crea- mer, son Donnie Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Jackson, Martinsburg. Mrs. Hazeltons brother-in-law Charles Creamer who has been a patient for several months in DEMOCRAT FOR TE SENATE ED EFFICIENT Mar. 30-1t-Pd. colored and hidden for the hunt. Jack Akers, chairman of the pro- ject said the warm and sunny weather played a key role in the record turnout for the hunt this time. A total of 50 prize eggs were found by the children and shown in the bottom of the above pic. turn are six of those who found the prize eggs. They are: (left to right) Mary Barker, Norman Snyder, and Andrea Allen. Back Row (left to right) - Richard Guinn, Debbie Hilstrom and Tracy Collins. ,the VA Center spent the Easter weekend with his family. Mrs. Brenda Tabler entered Kings Daughters Hospital Mon- day night to undergo a series of ests and observations on Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. Norval Johnson, II, sons N. G. and Stephen, Elmi- ra, N. Y. spent four days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norval Johnson, Sr. Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. George Ambrose were their son and family Mr. and Mrs. George Ambrose, Jr., daughter Sharon, Shepherdstown, and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey McCoy, Berkeley Springs. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hilliard, fam fly, Hagerstown, Mr. and Mrs. James Manor, daughter Kellie, Mrs. Marlene Edwards, Marilyn, Junior and Miss Debbie DeHaven Mrs. Wilson Whitmore, Win- chester, Va., spent the weekend with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore. Visitors Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Russell were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grove, S. J. Chamblin, Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chamblin, son Scott, Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Potter, Karen, Vickie, Patricia, and Charles Welch. Also the Rus- sells received a surprise phone call from their daughter Mrs. Car wish them all a happy Easter. Announce Engagement Miss Karen Sue Rotruck Mr. "Dean" Viands, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A. Rot- ruck of Charles Town announce the engagement of their daugh- ter Karen Sue to Mr. Granville Dean Viands Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Granville Dean Viands, St. of Charles Town. Miss Rotruck is a junior at Cha rles Town High School. Mr. Viands is a 1971 graduate of Charles Town Itigh School and is presently employed at the Race Track. June wedding is planned. L t. Charles K. Sager Completes Air Defense Office Course Ft. Bliss Ft. Bliss, Texas - Army second Lieutenant Charles K. Sager, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Sager, i Charles Town, recently completed a nine-week Air Defense Artillery Officer Basic Course at lhe U, R. :Army Air Defense School, Ft, !Bliss, Texas. The course provides training ifi the operations and tactics of th$ Army's Air Defense Weapon Systems. Instruction also is tar cluded in nuclear weapons and comnmnications, supply and re=a! tenance procedures, and Air D fense field exercise. Lt. Sager entered the Army i March 1971 and was last sta !iota at Ft. Sill, Okla. He is a 1970 graduate of West Virginia University, Morgantowm ATTEND CHURCH SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERJ ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1972 SECTION--- ] 00CAm00y-Cool t World's Lightest Room l lltl -  Air Conditioner lit[ [ | ----, 43 pounds! Just pick up and carry R l llil l  wherever cooling is needed[ X15-VoR, 7 Amp. tHI ]  fi j --Plug into any adequate appliance outlet! ]1111 ]   Only 107/s " deep! Automatic Thermostat! t[iI   --j  Luggage.type handle! Lexan * Molded Outer q]ll   / ca won t st, l or chp'. Model WM 264CWD GE 18" diagonal PORTABLE COLOR TV With Insta-Color, color picture quality; Color Keyed Tuning; VHF/UHF antennas; set-and-forgat Fine Tuning Control ! See One Of Our Salesmen Today! ARCHIE B. SMITH LEWIS E. MEADOWS HOWARD C. 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