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Bessie C. Lewis To Shenandoah WOC Lewis, shown will of the Shenandoah their fifth . group will Springs Va., on at I0 a.m. known as recognized General Presbyterian graduate of and did Presbyterian Education. was Board of of the U.S. She classes in Will address on the "Cause for the theme Mrs. D. Rae will Deborah Chaplin at in Staun- wor- a brief 1978 Bir- will be Mardre Bell director of Home, Pennell and Court- their Mrs. j. W. will present the Honorary Life Memberships and the memorial gift. The eight District Chairmen will speak briefly concerning the work of the Women of the Church throughout the Presbytery. The District Chairmen are: Mrs. John Horner, Hedgesville; Miss Virginia Pancake, Romney; Mrs. Richard Landry, Win- chester; Miss Darlene Newman, Bridgewater; Mrs. Willard Gray, Monterey; Mrs. William Harman, Staunton; Mrs. Melvin Shick, Grottoes; and Miss Mary Kathryn Blackwell, Mid- dlebrook. Mrs. John Harmon, vice- president from Franklin, W. Va., is chairman of the Program Committee. To wind up the day's activities she has obtained the services of Dr. William Pauley. Dr. Pauley is regional com- municator for the Synod of the Virginias for the General Assembly Mission Board. He will install the officers and deliver an inspirational message. on Committee Announced Locally rnbers for the the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Breath of on behalf of millions of children were who suffer from chronic lung- Truax, damaging diseases, like the LWPerson for genetic disease, Cystic Fibrosis and other respiratory conditions such as severe asthma with lung damage, chronic bronchitis, Shepherd- bronchiectasis, recurrent or persistent pneumonia and other disorders of lung development. Cystic Fibrosis, as yet in- COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON PUBLIC SERVICE. COMMISSION OF . the Capitol in the City of Charleston on 1978. 'PELEPHONE COMPANY OF THE with Subpart F, of Regulations - the 2nd day of March, 1978, General , a corporation, filed the ages to become effective April I0, 1978: Customer Services Tariff Page 4.1; and provides for the establishment of jacks which are necessary for the provided equipment; and" is of the opinion and finds that should be suspended and the matters for the taking of evidence in can determine the propriety and service charges, and the public ad- thereof. ORDERED that General Telephone , a corporation, be, and it hereby is, proceeding and pending in- decision thereon, the aforesaid and they hereby are, suspended and and regulations stated to 1978, be deferred until the 11th day by the Commission, to examine and investigate the .With said revised tariff and to provide of Accounts, Finance and and report concerning the matters" that this matter be set for Hearing Room at the on the 16th day of May, 1978, which time and place the respondent its request for authorization to for certain plugs and jacks in effect. toany person or corporation to file a t any time prior to or on the that the respondent, General the Southeast, a corporation, give the matters involved herein and of by posting a copy of the corporation for a period prior to the 16th day of May, 1978, publishing a copy of this order (2) successive weeks, the first Imore than thirty (30) days nor less to the 16th day of May, 1978, in the Cities of Bluefield, Princeton, ;burg, and of general circulation Hardy, Jefferson, McDowell, g due return thereof to of hearing. that the Secretary of the r is, directed to serve a copy of this General Telephone Company of United States Certified Mail, Teste: / Freeda P. Jones Acting Secretary curable, is inherited when both parents carry the recessive gone for C-F. It is believed that one of every twenty persons is a C-F carrier, usually without knowing it. The medical treatment, which has helped many C-F parents live into their teens and beyond and into young adulthood, has been found to he extremely effective in relieving, or sometimes curing, the other respiratory conditions treated. All children with these pulmonary illnesses are eligible for treatment at the more than 110 C-F Centers affiliated with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The Shepherdstown Bike-A- rhon will be held on Saturday, May 6 at the Shepherd College track from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration forms can be picked up at any of the following locations -- Shepherdstown Pharmacy, Shepherdstown Junior High and Elementary Schools, and the Shepherd College gymnasium and Jef- ferson High School. SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 Dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family were Mrs. Paula Smith and children of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. i Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mr. Ronald Rogers of Harpers Ferry, was a visitor on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Longerbeam, Mrs. Sandra Higgs and children of Walnut Grove, were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Grey and sons of West Ridge Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughter, Mrs. Frances Price, Mrs. Beatrice Everhart, Mrs. Darlene Cole, Mrs. Paula Smith and Mrs. Hilda Piper were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Longerbeam. Mr. Gary Harriss of Dargan,. Md., was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan and Donald. Mrs. Linda Peer of Chestnut Hill; Mrs. Patsy Everhart and Mrs. Kay Hendricks, of Blue Ridge Acres, were visitors= during the week with Mrs. i Audrey Grove. Ronnie and Danika Smith of Martinsburg, were overnight guests Saturday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son Brian, were visitors Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherdstown. Christine Buzzard was an overnight guest Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle and children. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Grove and children, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters. Mrs. Sharon Ott and daughters of Mannings; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick of Chestnut Hill; Mrs. Dorothy Grove and sons and Audrey Grove and son were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son of Parkview Trailer Court were overnight guests on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. Vincent Cook of Hyatt- sville, Md., was a visitor on Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Elsie Cook and Ted and Marie. Mrs. Peggy Sherry of Man- nings was a visitor Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were dinner guests Sunday with Mrs. Mamie Alger of Harpers Ferry, the occasion being her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mrs. Ruby Browning of Blue Ridge Acres, was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Piper. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and children of Martinsburg, were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. Charles Everhart of Dargan, Md., was a visitor on Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus and daughter of Frederick, were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove and family. JHS Students Initiated In Honor Society The Jefferson High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 62 members on March 28 in the school auditorium. The ceremony began with officers Karen Hammann, David Josephs, Nadia Hill and Warren Miller reviewing the four qualifications Give Me The Opportunity To Prove To You That I Will Give You Honest, Efficient And Capable Service As A COUHTY COMMISSIONER CANDIDATE On May 9 In The Primary Election VOTE FOR Raymond Lee Jenkins County Commission, Kabletown District THANK YOU March 23-4T--Pd. (Pd. Poi. Ad by Raymond Lee Jenkins Prescriptions Filled Fast! When you need a doctor's prescription you don't need to wait. We'll fill it imme- diately.., but still take care to be accurate ! Try us! STUCK, ALGER Pharmacy, Inc. DIAL 725-2621 Charles Town 1409115:  8:30 a.m. to I0 p.m. Sus. 12 to 1: O0 p.m. I I for membership. Mrs. Odessa Snyder, co- sponsor of, the society, then introduced initiates, who told a little about themselves and received a lighted candle from an older member. The seniors initiated were Bonnie Beatty, Lashan Busey, Pat Cronin, John Erichson, Terry Hall, Wendy Vaughan, Beverly Watson and Diane Wilt. Junior inductees included James Barrat, Robin Burch, Karen Cameron, Karen Carra, John Creamer, Laura Dunn, Barbara Erickson, Tammy Harner, Tammy Henry, Carl Jackson, Debbie Jamison, Pat Kain, Marian Lloyd, Cindy Mason, Jenny Miller, Tim Mumaw, Robby Nicewarner, Stacey Psillas. Andrew Schwartz, Jill Sowers, Robin Staubs, Anne Tennant, Mike Tolbert, Charlotte Vickers, Scott Walker, Sheila Washington, Lynne Weigel, and Tony Woods. Sophomores inducted were Harry Barker, Mary Barker, Sharon Bonnet, Tina Busey, Michele Chartrand, Deidre Didden, Paul Espinosa, Molly Fluke, Andrew Hamrick, Nellie Kemp, Shari Lancaster, Glenn Moreland. Julie Miller, James Myers, Vickie Painter, Mary Jo Parker, Suzi Reese, Laurie Ross, Mark Rudolph, Cberi Small, Mary Small, Carol Smith, Alice Stunkle, Steve Thompson, Pieter Van Tol, and Kelly Weese. The ceremony was followed by singing by Kaye Anders ac- companied by Ronnie Kidwiler, and a closing prayer from the society's chaplin, David Minor. Martinsburg Man Is Graduate of AF Leader School Sergeant Franklin L. Shepherd, son of Mrs. Naomi J. Shepherd, of Martinsburg, has graduated from the Military Airlift Command Non- commissioned Officer Leadership School at Boiling AFB, Washington, D.C. The sergeant, who was trained in military management and supervision, is a law en- forcement specialist at Boiling. SergeaaLShephexd i a 1971 graduate of Martinsburg High School. His father, Raymond L. Shepherd, resides at Rt. 2, Martinsburg. The sergeant's wife Rebecca is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marlin W. McBee, Jr., of Martinsburg. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1978 Teacher Taxidermist Is ! Speaker for Bee Line NSDAR Howard James, Biology teacher at Musselman High School, told the members of Bee Line Chapter, NSDAR, at the March meeting held at "Paignton", home of Mrs. John Ambrose, about Conservation of Wildlife. James said that hun- ring should not be outlawed since it helps to keep the animal population under control. Thinning is necessary to reduce overgrazing and disease. Unusual birds or animals should be reported to game warden Mr. Dave Walker. Landowners are forbidden to kill dogs if they attack domestic animals. Deer cannot run on top of the snow because of the construction of the hoof. They need twigs and sprouts to sur- vive, hay is unsuitable diet. If dogs chase them to shelter on the farms, it is because the dogs can travel faster on top of the snow. Cats will kill pheasants, quail and rabbits, so should be restrained. Feed the cats well before letting them out at night to reduce their desire to kill. Red fox will kill groundhogs as is evidenced by the presence of bones at the front of their dens. The fox is very hard to trap and so the skin is valuable to furriers. Since James ia also a taxidermist he told how mounting is done. Artificial beads are placed inside the hides in order to maintain the original shape. Glass eyes are used, and clay for details around the mouth and eyes. The specimen is frozen until time for mounting. Some of the mounts are shown in slides were: deer, moose, wild boar, woodcock, pheasant, beaver, racoon, red and gray fox, great horned owl, crow, ducks, black bear, fish and rattle snake. The speaker suggested using pieces of nylon hose in cleaning most mounted pieces and a feather brush for the more delicate ones, such as ducks. The regent read a letter written by Mrs. Millard Bushong thanking the chapter for the beautifully decorated cake taken to Mrs. Frank Bnshong on her ninety-ninth birthday. Members were urged to attend the West Virginia lun- cheon to be held at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington on May 19th at 12:30 during Continental Congress. Mrs. C. W. Moore is in charge of arrangements for the State and Mrs. James Lemon is ticket chairman. Price of lunch is ! $10.50. Phyllis Schlafly, National Defense chairman will be the :speaker for the occasion. Bee Line members voted to help sponsor students from Jefferson County High School who attend World Affairs In- stitute held in Morgantown. Cyrus Vance, Secretary of State, used the topic "The State Department and the Third World". In October, the Eastern District NSDAR is to host the State Conference which will be held at Cliffside Motel, Harpers Ferry. Regent Ann Groves appointed Mrs. C. W. Moore i chairman, with Mrs. C. W. Hamilton co-chairman for Bee Line's share in arrangements and entertainment. Margaret Saville Rose was unanimously voted into mem- bership to Bee Line. 15 Mrsl Polly Houser, who sustained an injury in a fall on the icy streets, was hospitalized in Winchester and reported to be cheerfully surviving. Miss Louise Briscoe and Mrs. H. B, Allen are also hospitalized: Miss Louise in Jefferson Memorial and Mrs. Allen in Winchester. These members are greatly missed and a speedy recovery is coveted for them. Fourteen members were present to enjoy the refresh- ments served by the hostess Nancy Ambrose and co-hostess Hazel Murphy.. . Bike-A-Thon Sunday Wm Big Success Jenny Corbin, chairman of the Bike-A-Thon held Sunday at the Shenandoah Downs parking lot, for the benefit of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, said Monday the project was a complete success and she ex- pressed appreciation to the many persons, businesses and individuals who helped with the project. They included Ramey's Shoe Center, Western Auto, the Radio Shack, Shenandoah Downs, Acme Market, IGA Market, A. & P. Store, High's, Seven-Eleven, McDonalds, Kentucky Fried Chicken and the Tuesday af- ternoon bridge club. Also the Jefferson Tobacco Company, Halltown Paperboard and the school bus garage, along with Barbara Wheeler, Debbie Marcus, Sherry Carney, Patsy White, Patsy Noland, Tootsie Mercer, Pixie Cronin, Leeds Corbin, Gone Capriotti and Glen Hinton, along with the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate and WXVA radio. Non-Proliferation bill wins Senate approval. YOUNG PEOPLE WANT'JOBS In the bank Iobby--"My son graduated last May. He cannot find a iob." After church -- "My daughter will finish the University this summer. Do you know of ' a position anywhere? JAMES "Hank" MOLER knows that it takes business enter- prises, industry and manufacturing to provide jobs. He knows that the State and its Department of Commerce must assist local people to attract job opportunities. Our youth are deserving of opportunities to find lobs at home. MOLER WILL WORK TOWARD THIS GOAL. VOTE JAMES M. MOLER Delegate 36th District --DEMOCRAT-- Authorized by Peoples Committee for Moler, Richard Reiter, Member i I I I a//banks butonly JEFFERSON SECURII00 We're the people at Jefferson Security Bank -friendly, helpful people who have only one interest-you. Sure, all banks have money - vaults - machines - deposit boxes, and all kinds of stuff. But only Jefferson Security Bank has us, to help you. Come on in and see!