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] 4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1978 Special Olympics Slated April 28th This year's Special Olympics in Jefferson County will be held on Friday, April 28, at 2 p.m. at Jefferson High School. This will be the fifth year the special education students in Jefferson County will be involved in this event. Approximately 150 students will be involved in some of the fellowing activities:. 50 yard dash, high jump, basketball throw, soccer kick, standing broad jump, softball throw, 220 yard dash, arm wrestling, school 440 relay and school term tug=a- war. When students are not in- volved in an activity the students will be involved in one of the following clinics: soccer, soft- ball, basketball, football, gymnastics, tennis, frisbee throw. The clinics are being conducted by students from Dr. Manjone's Therapeutic Recreational Class from Shepherd College. The community has again assisted in helping the running of Special Olympics through the general contributions. Donations are used to buy medals, ribbons, trophies, and transport students to Parkersburg for the State Special Olympics. Special thanks would like to be given to the following organizations, for their assistance: Betsy Ross Home Demonstration Club, South Jefferson Ruritan Club, Bank of Charles Toan, Jefferson Security Bank, Halltown Paperboard Co., Harpers Ferry- Bolivar Lion's Club, In- dependnet Fire Company, School of Hope, Charles Town Lion's Club, Charles Town Women's Club, Blue Ridge Education Association and McDonalds for providing lunch and druinks for the students. Spencer Named AII-WVIAC Cager Shepherd College center Joe Spencer was named to the All- West Virginia Conference basketball team, and two other Rams were voted Honorable Mention spots, according to WVIAC Commissioner Mike McLaughlin. The 6' 5" Spencer, who hails from Annapolis, Md., led the WVIAC with a .676 shooting percentage while averaging 19.3 points and 10.8 rebounds a game for the 20-8 Rams. Twice during the season he scored 28 points; in the Ram's first round playoff games he netted 11 of 11 field goal attemps. Only three other collegians, nationwide, topped his shooting percentage. "Joe was the key to our suc- cess this year", commented Ram coach Bob Starkey. "He was very steady and reliable. His consistency gave the other players confidence and helped us as a team. Knowing Joe was inside made it easier to be patient on offense and get the good shot". Spencer, who led the Rams in scoring 21 times and in rebounding 17 times, finished second, behind Fairmont State star Vance Carr, in balloting for WVIAC Player of the Year. Also named to WVIAC All- Conference teams were fresh- man guard Buttons Walker and sophomore forward Chuck Hipp. Walker led the Rams in assists, averaging 5.7, and Hipp averaged nine points and six rebounds a game. 12 Jeffe00n Co. Swimmers Honored Twelve swimmers from Jefferson County were among the 120 member Hagerstown YMCA winter swim team which was honored at the annual swim team banquet held at the First Christian Church in Hagerstown on April 19. Jenelle Reed, April Reed and Tad Carper earned the first year member award - the swim team jacket; while Julie Benner, Lisa Titus, Tracy Kidwell, Jade Charley, Larry Reed, Jackie Willingham, Kadi Bozman, Jim Rhodes and Matt Meyers, earned the veteran swimmer award - the age group swim team patch. Junior Girl Netters Fall The Jefferson Junior girls tennis team dropped a hard fought 7-2 verdict to the homestanding Mercersburg Academy" Blue Devils" on April 22. The girls will attempt to get back on the winning track this week when they host Powhatan on Friday and then host Highland on Tuesday. In the Mercersburg match the juniors received wins from Deanna Spunich at number three singles and Kathy Lloyd at the number five singles position. Spunich won a two hour don- nybrook over Bachman, 4-6, 6-0, 7-6. The match was decided on the last point of the tiebreaker. Lloyd won over Panagos 6-1, 6-4. In the other singles matches, all won by the hosts, Henrie topped Susie Jamison, 6-1, 6-0; Por- baugh downed Wendy Whitehair, 6-2, 7-6; Shue defeated Sherry Keiter, 6-3, 6-4; and Dupre edged Barbara Fargo, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2. The close score doubles matches were swept by Mercersburg. Henrie- Porbaugh nipped Jamison- Spunich 6-7, 6-0, 6-4; Bachman- Shue topped Whitehair-Keiter 6- I, 6-3; and Panagos-Koch downed Lloyd-Fargo 7-5, 6-3. The junior girls gained a bit of revenge on the day as they won the J. V. match 4-2. Tonya Smallwood fell to the Blue Devil's Koch 6-0, 6-I; but the junior girls won the other three singles matches. Catherine Whiting topped Scott 6-4, 6-2; Kelly Watson downe Johnson 6-4, 7-6; and Dana Smallwood blanked Saucer 8-0. The teams split the two doubles matches with Mercersburg's Dupre-scott edging Kelly Watson-Dana Smallwood 6-4, I-6, 7-6; and the junior's Catherine Whiting- Laurie Hoffmaster topped Johnson-Saucer 6-3,6-3. l SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Joyce Rudolph ENJOYS BIKE RIDE A group of young people from the Baptist Church spent a very pleasant Sunday afternoon bicycling in the areal covering about ten miles before returning to the church where they were served a picnic supper. About 27 young people participated in the ride. Mrs. Roy Vernon of Garrisonville, Va., spent last week visiting with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Snyder at Shenstone and with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Wallace Snyder in Charles Town. Mrs. Philip Creamer, Mrs. Clayton Stagner, Mrs. Russell Drnschel, Mrs. John Van Tol and Mrs. Stuart Crim were among those attending the luncheon and fashion show which was held on Wednesday at the Cliffside Motel near Harpers Ferry. The Auxiliary of the Jefferson Memorial Hospital sponsored the affair which featured fashions provided by The Barn near Bunker Hill which were modeled by members of the Auxiliary, Mrs. Drushel serving as one of the .models. ATTENDS BASKETBALL BANQUET A number from the area at- tended the banquet honoring the members of the Midget Basketball League and their families which was held at the Charles Town Race Course last Sunday. Attending from Summit Point were Mr. and Mrs Thomas Jenkins and children, Beth and Laney, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and daughter Karen, Mrs. William Gibbs and children, Jimmy and Anne, Mrs. Quentin Burner and Karen, and Dodge Diplomat wagon. When it comes to cars to buy or lease, nobody seems to have more to choose from than your nearby Dodge Dealer. That's because he has a complete lineup of handsome and practical Aspens, classy Diplomats, exciting Magnum XEs, family-sized Monacos, and nifty little Colts. Cars that offer the comfort, style, performance, and value you've come to expect from Dodge. So what are you waiting for? See the man who has the cars that have got it all. See all the '78 Dodges at your nearby Dodge Dealer's today. Dodge IaVIK|II lOm CLENDENING MOTORS, Inc. 222 N. Mildred St. -- Ranson, W.Va. Mr. Ernest Rudolph and sons tinsburg; Mrs. Sandra Higgs Mark, Paul and John. During the and family of Walnut Grove; program which followed, Karen Mrs. Debra Grey and sons of Stamey was named as an All- West Ridge Hills; Mr. and Mrs. Star Cheerleader. Frank Stewart of Bakerton; Mr. Mr. Daniel Menear of and Mrs. Harvey Longerbeam, Baltimore, Md., was a visitor Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart, over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Allen and family. John Rudolph was among guests attending the birthday party honoring the 5th birthday of Amy Shirley, held on Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shirley in Middleway. The Rev. David Wood spent Friday and Saturday in Woope, Va., where he had gone to attend a training conference on various aspects of the Boy Scout program. Mrs. Philip Creamer and her daughter, Miss Julie Creamer of Locust Grove, attended the spring Convocational meeting of the Eastern Diocese which was held on Saturday at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Keyser, W. Va. Mr. Ernest Rudolph returned home on Saturday from the Jefferson Memorial Hospital where she had undergone surgery the previous week. She is recuperating at home and many of her friends have called to welcome her back and to wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. Rudolph, who had been confined to his home for almost three, months recovering from Phlebitis, was able to resume his duties at the Doubleday Com- pany on Monday last week. Mrs. William Hale, Mrs. Stuart Crim and Mrs. Wallace Snyder of Charles Town were luncheon guests of Mrs. George Crim at "Your Father's Moustache" in Front Royal, Va., on Thursday. The group spent an enjoyable afternoon visiting several places of interest in that area. Miss Karen Stamey was an overnight guest on Friday at the home of Miss Debby Alkire in Avon Bend near Kabletown. COMPETE IN TENNIS MATCH Danny Mills, accompanied by his grandmother, Mrs. Allen Glassford, Misses Wendy Wbitehair, Tina Smallwood Sherry Keiter and David Mc- Daniel, motored to Mer- cersburg, Pa., on Saturday where members of the Jefferson County Junior Tennis team competed in a tennis match which was held there on that day. In all, five carloads of young people made the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman and son Roger of Leetown were visitors Sunday at the home of the latter's mother Mrs. W. J. Furr. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Druscbel were among those from the area attending the champagne reception and exhibition featuring the Artists in Our Community which was held on April 16 at Woodbury near Leetown. Mark Rudolph was among the guests attending a party given by Miss Kelley Watson on Friday at her home in Jefferson Village. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie May, who have been residents of the village for the past several years, have sold their home here, and last week moved to their new home in Shawnee near Winchester. LITTLE LEAGUE PRACTICE TO OPEN The Summit Point Little I.eague Baseball teams will hold their first practice at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, at the baseball field at the South Jefferson Elementary School. All boys between nine and twelve who are interested in playing baseball, are asked to contact Mr. Ernest Rudolph at 725-7909. Mr. Reuben Poston, who had been in failing health some years, died Sunday at his home on Jefferson Avenue in Charles Town. Mr. Poston, who was the brother of Mrs. Howard Fellers and Mr. Skinner Poston, was the ;on of the late Walter and Edith S. Poston and a former resident of Summit Point. l SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 l A dinner was given on Sunday at the Silver Grove U.M. Church Fellowship Hall in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle celebrating their 38th wedding anniversary, given by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond. Waters and son, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family, and Mrs. Juanita Buz- zard and daughters. Those present for the dinner were Mr. daughter, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters, Mrs. Hilda Piper, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Long and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle and family. The children had a wedding cake baked for the occasion. The couple received many nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and son of Dargan, Md., was a visitor Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherdstown, were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and SOn. Mrs. Mary Chapman spent several days with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Mrs. Rosalee Reed of West Ridge Hills; Mrs. Dorothy Grove and Mrs. Vanessa Everhart were visitors on Monday with Mrs. Shirley Chapman. Mrs. Shirley Chapman, Mrs. Brenda Jackson and daughters, and Mrs, Frances Rodgers were dinner guests on Wednesday with Mrs. Sandra Smith and son of Security Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstown. Mrs. Norma Smoot and son of Park View Trailer Court, and Mrs. Sandra Smith and son of Security Hills were visitors on Friday with Mrs. Frances Rodgers. Mrs. Sharon Ott and daughters of Mannings were dinner guests on Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Grove and sons. Mr. Gary Harriss of Dargan, Md., was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Long and granddaughter of Charles Town, were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mrs. Ethel Carlbough and son of Shepherdstown, were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were guests Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons. Mrs. Ruby Browning of Blue Ridge Acres was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Piper. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son. Mrs. Barbara Staubs of Harpers Ferry was a visitor Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart. A surprise birthday party was given on Friday in honor of Mrs. Frances Rodgers' birthday, given by her children at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rodgers and Scottie and Jessie Ballenger of Harpers Ferry; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and Bret, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and Melanie and Rena, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rudy and Waynie, Mrs. Sharon Longerbeam and Jen- ney, Mrs. Brenda Jackson, Amy and Dana, Mrs. Brenda Chap- man, Angle and Stephen, Miss Dessie Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Staubs. A birthday cake was baked for the occasion and refreshments consisted of chicken salad sandwiches potato chips, nuts, punch and coffee. A money tree was presented to Frances from all the family. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E,erhart and Mrs. Darlene Cole were visitors Thursday with Mrs. Paula Smith and daughter of Martinsburg. Mr. Lester Dillow, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everbart and Roxanne, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and, Christine and Kelly, were guests Thursday at People Gospel Tabernacle Church in Hager- stown, where Rev. Calvin Staubs ministers. Mr. Lester Dillow was the guest speaker. Miss Roxanne Everhart was an overnight guest on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and children. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDaniel of Belvedere Heights and Mr and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen, were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mrs. Rosa Reed of West Ridge Hills, was a visitor Wednesday with Mrs. Frances Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. ROn Smith and family of Martinsburg were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Miss Christine Buzzard was an and Mrs. Floyd McDaniel of overnight guest on Saturday Belvedere Heights; Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle Mrs. Lester Dillow of and children. Kabletown; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Thelma Cogle and Mrs. Charles Everhart and son of Juanita Buzzard and daughters Dargan, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Ron were isitors Saturday with Mr. Smith and family of Mar- and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and Jefferson Chorus Sets Concert on A program consisting of varied musical selections, from classical and sacred, will be presented May 2 at 8 p.m. by the School chorus, shown above. The end-of-the-year concert will seniors who will complete their careers in the choral de presentation of the choral award and other special recognitions at this concert. The Mixed Chorus will perform "Grandma's Feather Bed, Rain, Just You and Me" and other contemporary favorites. The will follow with a Beatles' medley, George M. Cohan favorites sacred selections. Tickets may be purchased from any chorus member and are for adults and $1 for students. family, dleway. He has been under the Mrs. Debra Grey and sons and doctor's care this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Higgs and Mrs. Betty Eusey was a children were visitors on Sunday Sunday dinner guest of her with Mr. and Mrs. harvey brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Longerbeam and son. Marvin Ceravalo and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frances Long afternoon guests at the Ceravalo and children were visitors home were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sunday with Mr. and Mrg. Earl Ceravalo, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cogle and family. Rankins and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Garry Gates. RIPPON Mrs. Ruth Drapons of Ft. R. Reultiner, Jr., Md., were their sister and Mrs. motored to Friday to used to live. and family guests of Mr. Mrs, Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 , i I I The Rippon Go-Getters 4-H Club will meet on May 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Betsy Pritchard. The Rippen Go-Getters are reminded that Tuesday, May 9 will be clean up day at the Community Center at Bardane. All members are asked to be present. Miss Karen Ceravalo celebrated her 2rid birthday on April 16 and Stevie Ceravalo celebrated his 4th birthday on April 25. Roy and Judy Jenkins of Winchester, Va.; Jene and Rose Pulse, of Summit Point and Leo and Katherine Jenkins attended the Moose in Berkeley Springs, where the "Country Kings" band played. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins' son Gregory, is a member of the band. Mrs. Fannie Carroll and daughter, Mrs. Mary Ellen Goff of Ranson, accompanied Mrs. Baker Penwell on Tuesday to King's Daughters Hospital to visit Mrs. Penwell's brother and Mrs. Carroll's husband, Mr. William Carroll. Miss Crystal Williams had the misfortune of falling at her home Saturday while playing ball and breaking her collar hone. Mrs. Raymond Hough was hostess to a dinner on Sunday in honor of the birthdays of Raymond Hough, Mrs. May Kearns and Jackie Gardner. A turkey and ham dinner was served at her home at mid-day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gardner and children, and Mr. Marshall Barron of Baltimore and on Sunday af- terneon, Mr. Tommy Barron was a guest at the Hough home. Miss Linda Harshman celebrated her 16th birthday by entertaining a group of friends at her home on Saturday. Those present for the occasion were Vickie Pipes, Sharon Harshman, Jackie Richards, Ginger Pen- well, Theresa Williams, Crystal Williams and Beartie Carroll. Mrs. Dottie Small of Wood- bridge, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were Saturday guests of Mrs. Betty Eusey in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman of Mt. Mission were Sunday guests of the latter's mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Fritts. Mrs. Garland Shutts of Clearbrook, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden of Berryville, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoyle and sons of Gaithersburg; Mr. and Mrs. David Itousden and sons of Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. Louise Somers and daughter, and Miss Mary Lamont were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Saturday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jefferson in Mid- Myers, Fla., and sister, Mrs. R. Ceravalo "Our county government accessable to its residents! will propose to the county once each month the court Saturday morning at I0 A.M. so will not have-to take time off voice their opinions." "Man's best friend, the dog, man's worst enemy. Many come about not because but rather because dogs have in the county by out o is why we have a dog warden. county commissioner, insist warden do his job so that the does not grow with the county "Speaking of county growtl has been said about the creasing the number of county. I favor this stand. has been said by any other county commission about th( need to increase staff in the Department. Two sanit responsible for all septic and approvals, water spections, restaurant and spections and more. I ur to allow me to county commissioner and ponents to study this seriOUS GET THESE PROBLEm SOffW VOTE FOI MICHAEL II II MICKEY DEMOCRAT FOR COUNT Yt Pol. Adv. by Candidate April 27-It Pol. Ad Authority