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6 SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1982 Lively Crowd Youngsters At Little Peoples Place BY Mrs. H.H. Hunter A real lively crowd of youngsters greeted me when I want to pay a visit to Little People's Place last Wed- nesday morning. This day care center is a home away from home where the children are given love and un- derstanding by a staff of trained teachers and aides. Here they learn about the world around them and how to get along with others. Each child's potential is developed through a planned program or activities. ning program is available for those parents wanting only a morning program from 9 to 11:30 a.m. The staff of teachers include Joyce Rudolph, Director, and teachers Harriet Kimes and Caryl Johnson. Gigi Ridila of Tuscawilla Hills is cook for the school. Tuition fees are on a sliding scale based on a family's gross yearly income from all sources. Some families may he eligible through the Day Care Supplemental Program. Welfare Department Secretaries At Wins Another Honor Winning the Mason-Dixon Stage Band contest held at North Hartford High School in Pylesville, Md recently was the most recent accomplish- ment of the prize-winning Jefferson High School Jazz Ensemble. Last month the Jazz Ensemble gained state-wide recognition when they were selected by Roy Truby, State Superintqndent of Schools, to present a concert before the West Virginia Legislature. Also earlier this month the Jefferson Ensemble placed second in the State Jazz Fesival. The musical group has been in- vited to serve as the Beach Boys opening act on July 4th on the Washington Mall. This past Wed- nesday night, the Ensemble held a benefit con- cert at the high school to raise funds for paying the cost of their 1982 spring tour of West Virginia high schools beginning May 3. Potomc Garden Club Starts Landscaping Pr ect At Center The Potomac Garden Club met March 17 at the home of Mrs. Stanley Dunn in The Jefferson County Council has asked that each club participate in a program of r~g~ funeral flowers so that they may be used in nursing homes in Je ers County. This project will begin in May. The Potomac Garden Club is I00 per cent on sutmcriptio. to the National Gardner. The club voted to join the Peony Society and will have a workshop and study in depth the material sent by the society. The club has startmt a project of landscaping at the Day Care Center. The first phase will be to plant around the building. The club will have a plant sale on May 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the wall of McMurran Hall to raise money for planting around the flag pole le. Many perennials from the local gardens will be for sale. A variety of annuals will also be for sale. A workshop followed on the arrangement of green materials ucted by Mrs. Stafford Koonce. POINT Writers' Guild To Meet Again At Summit Point Souflmrn Baptist Church, Richard G. May 10 Tepper Resdsnce ~ r ~ Jer y Moore, pastor, Sunday school 9:45, Mr. Leroy The West Virginia Chapter an opportunity to write about Cheshire director. Morning d the Shenandoah Valley the joys of viewing birds and worship service 11:00. Writers' Guild met at the Pastor's message: "A Wise home of Margaret Tepper, Investment." Special music Shannondale, on Tuesday Mrs. Nora Drish organist and April 13th. A number d in- choir director.Nursery teresting papers were present Coordinators, Mrs. Edith and discussed. Ellffritz and Mrs. ElistJne Claire Geselman recounted Swisher. unusual and unexpected Wednesday, Prayer and happenings during her spring Bible study 7:00; Adult Choir rehearsal 7:00; Thursday, annual W.M.U. meeting at Westview Baptist Church, Morning session beginning at 10:00; special dinner meeting for all acteens at the Leetown Baptist at 6:30. Support Yore Hospital Dave vacation. Margaret Tepper illustrated how she develops her experiences and feelings into fiction by reading a brief story involving a young boy on vacation who, in the early morning, watched police arrest strangers at a motel where he was staying. Lela Gardner shared a letter to.the editor she had written with the subject of gun con- trol. A field trip to Lily Pons, Maryland gave Sharon Rose flowers. The next mee~ag d the West Virginia Chapter will be at the home of Margaret Tepper, Shannondale at 7:30 p.m. on May 10th. Those wishing to find out more about the meeting or direc- tions to her house should call Ms. Tepper at 725.6805. "Members of the West Virginia Chapter are par- ticlpating in the drive by the S enandoah Valley Writers' Guild for members and patrons. Announcement of drive appeared in the Spirit of Jefferson Advocate on April Inquiries about the drive should be addressed to the founder and chairman of the West Virginia Chapter, Claire Geselman, Recipes Of kdta Brown Published Time-Life Series Time - Lile Boolm has an- nounced the recipes of Mrs. Anita D. Brown of Harpers Ferry will be included in their new cookbook series, "The Good Cook". Time - Life Books began collecting the best recipes In the nation more than a year ago. The publishing giant approached Mrs. Brown for permission to publish severs] of her recipes in Cook" series. A ta Brown is the au or of three cookbooks and a weekly newspaper colunm about food called *'The Homespun Gourmet". Her "Colonial Heritage Cookbook" was written specially for the Smithsonlan Institution in Wind.on, D.C, and was pubRshed in cm nmemoration of the nation's Bicent4mn , She is a graduate of The Greenbriar Cooking School, The Cordon Bieu Cookery School of London, and The Cloisters Conking School in Sea Island, Georgia. She has also taught a coo g school In Columbia, Maryland. She Is presently finishing her fourth cookbook, to be published in Um fall. Plains Ar[ ,Show May 7-9 The thirty-fifth annual Neighborhood Art Show will be held year on May 7th, m and Kh at Grace Clmrch, The l . tm. 'rhisyea homm 7-10 p.m. on Friday, May 7th, 12 noon until 9 p a. on Sturdy, the and Sunday, the 9th from 12 Noon until 8 l~m McDONALDS & JAYCEES TEAM UP GIVE BOOST TO HOSPITAL DRIVE Pictured above is Mr. Ed Shaw representing the Jefferson Jaycees and Jaycee-ettes, presenting a check to Mr. Jim Bryan, Hospital Ad- ministrator, for the money raised at the 24-hour Rock-A-Thon held in the McDonalds lobby. Ms. Toni Crum presents Mr. Bryan with a check for the total sales of pies sold during that same 24-hour period. McDonalds owners Nick and Kathy Nerangis then matched the amount raised by the sale of pies. The total of both the Jaycees and McDonalds donation was VALUABLE ou N]lllll 1 nn [] [] LJL I [] SATURDAY. MAY ! -- 3 P.M. until 7 P.M. I [] . FrmO.rTr k dS mm.Lo.t GOURMET I EC0NOMYll & E. Wasldngton Street, Charles Town ,o. 4 f. s 15-1 , $ ,Pink Headlen, 5 lb. Box i b, HALF c/MI IHADDOCK .B CRAB CAKES [] KING CRAB LEGS i " SCALLOPS am STUFFED [] The Peabody system of teaching is used to provide skills in language develop- ment, science, music, math, art, social studies and physical and emotional development well. Hours are 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday with two nu|ritionally prepared meals during the day with a snack time for the children. Other services are tooth-trushing, nap time, story outdoor play and creative activities. Held trips are taken with a visit to the Charles Town Library every two weeks for story time. All childrenare eligible who are three, four and pre- kindergarten five-year-olds who can adjust to a group simatioa. A pre-scbool lear- There are 19 students enrolled at the present time however, Mrs. Rudolph stated, that the school is facilitated to take care of 50 students. It is located in the lower level of the Lion's Center at North George Street and 3rd Avenue, Ranson, with a reasonable rental fee charged by the Lions Club. For further information as regards tuition and procedures for enrollment may be had by calling 725- 1625. The school is a member of the United Way and the entire program is licensed by the State of West Virginia, Mrs. Rudolph stated. If you care to visit the Little People's Place, I am sure you will receive a c~rdial welcome as I received last week. The Area Welfare Depart- ment's eligibility specialists, social workers and the ad- ministrative staff paid tribute to their secretaries during the national celebration week with a special luncheon. Lloyd E. O'Brien, Jr Area Administrator and Gregg Snyder, Quality Control Specialist representing H. Ward Nicklin, Assistant Commissioner, donned chef's caps and aprons to serve the. fried chicken dinner. Honored were Susan Win- sworth of the Jefferson County Office; Jessie Steiner of the Morgan County Barrow of the Commissioner's Debbie Canby, Renada DiBacco, Joy Eagle, Green, Beth Manspile, Rose and SheUey Martinsburg Office. The above Susan Ainsworth secretaries served a special Specialist d and Lloyd Welfare Potomac River Basin Consortium Spring Meeting May 1 The Potomac River Basin Consortium will hold its spring meeting on May I at the U.S. Park Service Main Building in Harpers Ferry, WNa. The new group, dedjcateci to research and distribution of information on the Potomac River Basin, was incorporated in January and its mem- bership includes colleges and universities, along with other research organizations throughout the and metro area. The meeting on May 1 begins with registration at 9:30 and will feature a presentation by Frederick Gutheim entitled "The Potomac: A Regibnal Education a.m. Paul respond to the 11, followed by Slides d the river Gude will he p.m followed Pearce's Historical I. oks at the River: David Harfley will! "A Planner River" at 2 p.m. Bradley and Don give the point of hatonist 2:30 presentation. The mee| g John Michael "A Folklife River" from 3-3:30 CASH YOUR FRIENDLY & can GROCERY SERVICE of Receives Certificate Of Merit Steven H. Blizzard, left, an associate professor in West Virginia University's College of Agriculture and Forestry and supervisor of WVU's fruit crop research at the Kearneysville farm, receives the Junior Faculty Member Cer- tificate of Merit from Gamma Sigma Delta, national agricultural honorary, at the spring banquet held in Morgantown. Presenting the award is Richard K. Zimmerman, the Chapter's historian. USE ORTHOAPI TO MAKE THE JOB ORTHO LAW PRAYER ~ . ~ ~ . ~, ease ~n attach~ Garden HOSe New Modem DeSign, W~ ~ ea~age res~slaf~l -'" 16 OnOff Valve ! Swivel Hose Nut fOr ! ORTHO SPRAY'ETTE 4 VALLEY HARDWARE CO. ~,/Phone: 725-5i 13Charles Town, W.V. ESSKAY Bologna Sl" Cooked Ham $1. BIG RED Bologna 99 Cloth Bologna s 1" COLD BEER White Corn S Ears $1" 10 lb. Bag PolutoeB FRESH MEATS & Ground Beef Sirloin Steaks i. 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