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Jersey Girl Scouts Visit Here Troop 783 and leaders, of Elizabeth, N. J., shown above, along members and leaders from Charles Town Troop 438, visited the back to their home after a week's visit to Pipestem State Park. Kelley Lance is shown with the group. Mrs. Martin Glaize hosted the troop for the weekend of April 1st. Friday at 6 p.m., had a buffet style dinner followed by fellowship. Robert Darr had pre-arranged for the group to roll out ng bags under the stars at the Ruritan Building at Shenandoah served Saturday morning by the Glaize's at the club. Glaize, the group headed to Harpers Ferry National Historic . they toured under the guidance of Park Ranger Carl Auvil. visited were the wax museum, stone church and Jefferson Rurday afternoon, the gi'oup headed for home. of Mr. and Mrs. Glaize, Mrs. Judy Rodino, has two daughters, , in the New Jersey Girl Scout Troop. Charles Town. Mrs. Sylvia Seal assisted her cousin, Miss Fritzi Hart of wood Berryville, with her moving from an apartment back to the home of her mother, Mrs. Peggy Hart, Berryville. ag, April 16, Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Bush, covered their daughters, Tammy and will be Karen, of near Martinsburg; elephant Mr. and Mrs. Dicky McDonald, Andy and Teresa of near Win- us in an chester, were visitors Saturday and fun. of their father, Mr. Howard O. ' and Friday, Bush. the Kabietown Dana Alkire accompanied will hold a advisors and 12 other club the American members of the James Rumsey Street, Vocational Center School to Ripley where they spent Friday and Saturday attending the VICA State Leadership Con- ference. Mrs. George Wines recently returned to her home after remaining the past two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Hough and family of Berryville. The former remains under the doctor's care following eye surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dyer, son Ladiesburg, Md. The Kabletown. Church Memorial Fund has received a gift in memory of Mrs. Louise Langdon, from Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adams and son Donald. The Kabletown Ext. Homemakers Club meets Thursday afternoon, April 20, beginning at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. John Rissler, Uinta Farm. Mrs. William Wheatley will lead the lesson "Woman's Role in Her Husband's Retirement". On Sunday, Mrs. Oral Hughes accompanied by Mrs. Robert Sowers and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood, enjoyed a seafood dinner before going to Ridgeway where they visited a candle shop, an ideal place for candle lovers. They, along with Miss Margaret Ware, attended the covered dish dinner at Chestnut Hill U.M. Church. Following a most bountiful meal which was served in their recently com- pleted dual purposechurch school dining area combined with a kitchen modernly equipped, worship service was conducted by the Rev. Ronald Winterberg, pastor of the Mt. Zion U.M. Church in Lothian, Md. This was the first day of his series of New Life Mission, which will continue through Thursday. Rev. Winterberg brought to his congregation, a most inspiring sermon. A number of selections were presented by the Chestnut Hill U.M. Church accompanied by a pianist, an organist and a violinist. The Rev. JoAnne Alexander and her husband, the Rev. Kent 'lice, presented two numbers. It was all a most en- joyable evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Rissler were also present from Central Charge. Miss Terri Howell was ad- mired Saturday tinto the Jef- ferson County Memorial Hospital where she submitted to Tony, of Hagerstown, Md., were an appendectomy and is getting weekend visitors of her parents, along nicely. Her neighbor, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saylor, Sherry Ott is also a patient in the Avonwood Farm. On Sunday, they all visited Mr. Saylor's mother, Mrs. Anna Saylor, of NTY POLITICAL FACTS e Voters, by supporting NEW FACTS in both local and State created a political image for Jefferson County. With your Jay Rockefeller for Governor and Carolyn Snyder for House s, have achieved a political posture for our county, g many things. Governor has appointed seven people from Jefferson County and has promised to appoint another. This doesn't that affect the county but positions that affect the entire highlights you may or may not know that occurred because of DIRECTOR FOR THE GOVERNOR-- Carolyn Snyder: One offices in the entire State, with responsibility for representing in 8 counties. Where before, as a member of the House of 'n was but one voice in a hundred, she is now heard at all government. This is a powerful position, with much our county. RAILROAD MAINTENANCE AUTHORITY -- Terry Bradley Nash: From a total of six appointed members, has two. Our local citizens are assured influence on the State's railroads. WOMEN'S COMMISSION -- Agnes Thomas: This new Will have a very positive and dynamic effect on all of the inia. It is extremely important that the women of our a local voice. ARTS & HUMANITIES COUNCIL -- Dr. Ron Jones, : Dr. Jones is one of fifteen members appointed to Performing and creative arts throughout West Virginia. COMMISSION ON AGING -- John Yarbrough: This directs both State and Federal activity at the State level for affecting the aged. COUNCIL ON ECONOMIC EDUCATION -- Dr. Billy College: A council for creating a "Modern educational system. An ai (one of three) to the WEST VIRGINIA a position directly affecting the economic well- of our county voters. HOW YOUR REPRESENTATIVES VOTED bills and events were supported by those representatives voted: bill returning to local racing more than 1 million only stimulated local racing, but the local economy as same hospital. She also is doing well following minor surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Edward "Chubby" Seal, their sons Jeffery and Mark, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Braithwaite, Berryville. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jenkins entertained to a birthday dinner in honor of their son A.J., who was six years old. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jenkins, their two sons Billy and I Illlll l I I Dirty Carpets? Get the dirt others leave behind. [  Rent the amazing  new ttOST Steam* hine. For4 hrs. Service No Deposit J. Russell Fritts & Son, Inc. 309 W. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. 304-725-5511 1 "You can't get the financing?" the B & 0 tax from horsemen will further stimulate and is a step forward toward a more fair and equitable tax all West Virginia business. of funds for resurfacing Rt. 9, between Charles Town line. gates across Rt. 9 at the edge of Ranson, where OCcurred because of the unguarded railroad crossing. equalization bill, reducing your cost and raising the to those out-of-state users. farmers: one to make trespassing on posted ; one to provide for the destruction of animals; and assesment of farm land on its true and bill, reducing the cost of drugs for the elderly. to obtain Rumsey Hall from the Board of by all citizens. SOME OF THE POSITIVE ACTIONS THAT HAVE OF PROGRESSIVE NEW FACES IN OUR WITH THE ABILITY AND DESIRE TO SERVE, VOTE ON MAY 9TH. Stiles-Secretary-Treasurer ,t Moore Insurance and Realty Company Washington, Alexander and Cooke, we have the experience in negotiating price, terms, possession, the many other details necessary to satisfy both buyer and seller. We can determine the buyers financial ability - and how to obtain mortgage financing. List your property with Moore In- surance and Realty Company - Washington, Alexander and Cooke. Moore Insurance and Realty Company Washington, Alexander and Ce.Dke m',e llfft4]m'l Town, I[.,*, III Nmlh 60t,' .. 7-511$ Y--_--_ -='_ ....... _-_-_-__ Z- --_-_-_--= Dale, Mrs. Patsy Dillow and son Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. David Palmer and son Shawn, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Clipp, Wendy and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp and Hebe. Refreshments included a Snoopy cake, ice cream, candies and punch. Each child received several novelties. It was a happy occasion but did not reach the climax as did Alvin's happiness when he caught a 20-inch brook trout Sunday afternoon after it narrowly escaped his hook earlier in the day. Dana Alkire and Judy Hough, Charles Town, were overnight guests Saturday of their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rouss. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rouss and son Wayne, were visitors here Monday. Larry spent several hours fishing. BLUE RIDGE ACRES Libby Cooper Dial 725-5925 Spring has finally come to the mountain. Things are starting to flower, grass is looking green, birds are singing and everyone has really perked up. Along with the homes already under con- struction I understand two more have been started on the "old side". They are being built for BRA, Inc. and will be sold by them and word has R that they will be quite nice. Edle Monk had a party at her home and drew a real good crowd. It was nice to see so many of our ladies at one time and they all seemed to enjoy themselves. The snacks were good and plentiful too. Recently Betti and George Gault took off for a few days and went to see some of Wonderful West Virginia. They went to Blackwater Fails and to Canaan Valley. The only thing not just right was the weather - rain. But they say the scenery was absolutely beautiful. George will probably want to go lots places now because he just loves his new LUV. He is going in the honey business any day now. The bees he ordered are due to arrive momentarily. He and Bette have painted their hives and have their little houses all ready for them and I for one SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1978 -15 hope they learn right off, where their home is and stay there. I have an unholy fear of bees, can't imagine anyone going near them even if they do cover up. By new I'm sm'e you have learned of the death of Paul Daugherty. It was sad news for. all of us. He had been a part of BRA for so long and had worked many years for the Club. We extend our sympathy to A]een. Edna Peddicord is back from Baltimore. She "went down for several days to lend a hand and offer moral support to Margaret Hanley when her husband Marty had to be hospitalized for surgery. Margaret and Malty are up here often and Marty has been a "behind the scenes" helper to Edna with her En- tertainment Comm. He certainly is wishes a speedy recovery. We want to see his smiling face real soon. Music Program, Rally Sunday at Wainwright Wainwright Baptist Church in Charles Town is sponsoring a musical progrilm and a pennyda pound rally this Sunday at 4 p.m. for the benefit of Womens' Day. The public is invited to attend the event, according to the Rev. William Thomas, pastor. Alumni Set Annual Banquet On May 6 The Shepherdstown High School Alumni Association will be having its annual banquet on Saturday, May 6, in the Banquet Room of WaR's Restaurant, Flowing Springs Road, Shepherdstown. A cocktail hour at 5:30 p.m. will precede the buffet-style meal that will be served at 6:30 p.m. The price of the meal is [$7.25 per person. The alumni !dues of $1.00 can be submitted with a reservation or without a banquet reservation. All reservations must be received no later than April 26. Attendnace will be by advance reservation only. For a reservation form, please contact .Betty Jo Walker, P.O. Box 702, Shepherdstown, W. Va., 2443, or phone 876-6167. Give Me The Opportunity ATTENTIO N l To Prove To You That I Will Need o Neco New or Used Car Give You Honest, Efficient And Capable Service As A COUNTY COMMISSIONER CANDIDATE On May 9 In The Primary Election VOTE FOR Raymond Lee Jenkins County Commission, Kabletown District THANK YOU March 23-4TPd. (Pd. Poi. Ad by Raymond Lee Jenkins GARLAND ANDERSON Can Get it for you & for less. You decide the kind you want I will guarantee you a Better Car At a BETTER PRICE. Have Over 100 To Choose From With Inventory changing daily. 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