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12 West Virginia Schools For Deaf & Blind Marching SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 29,19e2 i!L Band To Make First Appearance in Firemen's Boys' Team Is For the first time ever the marching band of the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind of Romney will be appearing in the 10th annual National Fire Service Recognition Day parade to be staged in Charles Town and Ranson, Saturday, May 15. Paul Biller of the Charles Town Citizen's Fire Company, who along with Ernest Houser, Jr of the In- dependent Company is co- chairing the parade, said this week the Romney band shown above has been ~lected as the "honor band" for the parade. The marching and concerts of the Romney School are under the direction of Ms. Betty Sue Kitchen, a native of Williamsport, Md and a graduate of Frostburg State The Jeffemson High Junior Varsity boys tennis team won three matches this past week to up their saason record to 10- 2. On April 21, they defeated Massanutten Academy vat- Teachers College, Frostburg, Md. The West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind Band was just organized in 1977 and in these few short years the band has performed throughout the state and also at functions in the neighboring states of Virginia and Maryland. The band has participated in degree in English Literature Cougar Track Team Posts Harper Colle,e, State University of New York Victories In Pair Meets (SUNY), a Masters degree from SUNY at New Paltz, and was a doctoral student at The boys track and field followed by North Hager- Columbia University. Mrs. squad picked up a pair of st own, W es t m in st e r, Snyder was employed at victories in meets held last Frederick, South Carroll, ~epherd College as coor- sity 13-1 at Woodstock, Virginia, and also defeated Randolph-Macon Academy varsity 10-2, at Front Royal, Virginia. Tben on April 22, tha JV boys downed host William- sport varsity, 6-I. Singles players scoring wins against Massanutten included the "Apple B~o~mom Parade" Jared Scheerer, Eric DeBoni, in Winchester, Va "Forest Larry Davis, Steve Blackford, Festival," in Elkins, WV, Alan Vandell, Steve Davis, "Apple Harvest" in Mar- Brett Wilrnore, Cliff Hale and tinsburg, WV, Wheeling, Todd Allen. Doubles teams "Christmas Parade" in winning were: Scheerer- Wheeling, WV, "Buckwheat DeBoni, L. Davb-Vandell, Festival" in Kingwood, WV, Blacldord-Hale, and Wilmore- "Grafton Memorial Day Allen. Against Randolph Parade" in Graflon, WV, and Macon singles winners were: the annual "Tag Day Parade" Ray Holmes, Billy Baker, in Willianmport Md. Gary Leslie, Joe Jones, Andy Moore, Chuck McGee and on Aging, resulted in injury to Chip Daniel. Doubles winners two persons and property were: Tim Brunori-Leslie, damage of $1,300. Jones-Thomas Hildebrand The van, operated by Joseph and Jeff Barr-Daniel. G. Taylor, 3rd Avenue, Ban- In the Williamsport match son, and the car, driven by singles winners were: David Barbara Jean Popkins, 817 Wilt and Todd Kruger while Belvedere Drive, collided at doubles winner included the corner of Lawrence and Brunori-Holmes, I)eBoni-L. v "T, / CONNIE REED NAMED "JUNIOR MISS HARPERS Connie Reed, an 8th grader at Harpers Ferry Junior High daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Reed, was selected from a lovely contestants to be "Junior Miss Harpers Ferry for 1982" Harpers Ferry Junior High School auditorium Saturday night, The new "Junior Miss Harpers Ferry" and her Court are, left to Susan Butler, fourth runner-up, Terri Furr, second runner-up, Reed, Toschia Spriggs, first runner-up, and Angle Kable, 3rd Also shown are Suzanne Taylor, flower girl, and crown bearer Woodward. County jail forseveral months contendere (no contest). awaiting his latest trial. Now, Turner has added a Turner Moves To Change flea In Magistrate" Court new wrinkle. He wishes to withdraw his "no contest" plea and plead not guilty. But not before Magistrate Dou erty. In an affidavit of prejudice, filed this week, he charges week, and established itself as Martinsburg and South dinator for Consumer North Streets. Davis, Baker-Blackford and the "team to beat" in future Hagerstown. Education; she has taught at Injured were Taylor and a Vandell-Baker. events in the Eastern In that meet, Jefferson's various colleges in New york passenger in the car, The JV boys will visit Met- Back in February, Lois E. Doagherty with personal Panhandle. Bill Newnmn set a new long State and was corn- Margaret Maboney, 151 cersbm'g on May I; hostTurner of Harpers Ferryin favor of the plaintiff In a triangular match in jump record, 21-feet, 8inches. munications consultant for Augustine Avenue. Popkins Massanutten on May 3; and swore out a warrant charging (Turner'swife).Whensuchan her husband, Roland F. affidavit is filed, the case is Cttmberland, Md Jefferson In addition, the Cougars set IBM. She also has taught on was cited with failure to yield host Clear Spring on May 6, in Turner, with assault, automatically, transf~ to edged host Fort Hill, 76 to 72, five meet records including the elementary and secondary the right of way. action slated for this week. Turner, who ls a member of another magistrate, m this with Musselman third with 37 the long jump, 400 relay, school levels. ~ ~ the Harpers Ferry police case E.W. Day. points, spring medley relay, 1600 In Jefferson County, Mrs. High .1"~ Askin department, appeared before Turner, who is re~esented In that Cumberland match, relay and the shuttle hurdle Snyder is president of The Old Oft Deni Magistrate Peter Dougherty .by Att .~n. eyRohe~lfA~taChvc~ Opera House, member of the che To andThen, abllost ~ediately, bePled guilty to the charge, netnccepznmnew pmanewhaS mmcat~l that.Day Roy Banjoman was first in relY'the girls division, Jef- C o u n t y D e m o c r a t i c the 100 yard dash; and was a member of the winning 880 ferson wound up fourth, Assoclation, andam~of II/lUJ, IUII, Pea Trial ill again Went before Dongher appe the whole matter to and 440-yard relay teams, behind Frederick, North the Tri-County Literacy Other winners were Winfrey Hagerstown and South Volunteers. The retrial of Charles when the Supreme court ruled and ch.unged: A his plea to nolon cu-ctut court. ! in thehighjump, Hosbyinthe Carroll, Westminster was"I feel that I am (Chuckie)Peacber, originally that Dostert erred in his ~[ ~'~ <~a.--~-~ FREE 880, Shiben in the 100 high fiRh, Martinsburg sixth and knowledgeable and seasoned convicted in June, 1977, of the handling of the jury in the ! hurdles, Mayberry in the South Hagerstown seventh, with regard to West Virginia .murder of former Sheriff -original Paacher trial. intermediate hurdles and the Upcoming meets have tbe politics and the workings of Rowland (Speed)Moreland, Thistime, Dostertdirected ii /,N~;~ ESTIMATf$ ! mile relay team of Manuel, boys at Mercersburg Saturday state government. Havingwill begin next TuesdayCircuit Clerk Rosa Lynch .to Parker, Winfrey, K. Hosby. and entertaining Clarkeworked for the last several morning in Je~erson County draw a panel of jurors who In the Glenn Smith Relays, County next Tuesday. The years in the eastern counties Circuit Court, and Judge weren't re side~. ~ Jft~ erson. held last Saturday Jefferson girls wind up their season at and in the State Capitol, I feel Pierre Dostert will preside on County during me ur~ trial in won Division I with 82 points, Mercersburg Saturday. I am in touch with the con. the bench. 1977. He said this would I SERVICE ~,~ falh Amwered ,~ ~ cerns of our area and can Dostert's presence as trial eliminate the possibility of ! ~t~,~r : ~rV'~~ After2 M. provide an effective voice for judge was in doubt momen- any preconceived decisions man i, nargeum. ,yuu politics," Mrs. Snyder said. torne y, Steven Askin, cling the first trial. Seeks Re-election petitioned the State Supreme Peacher has been in-, After Mishap Man Char Courtt to have Dostert carcerated in Jefferson removed from the case, A Point was TO State Committee on Do rt's w In Accident influence and having no A Lury, Va man was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and leaving the scene of an accident after the station wagon be was operating struck a stop sign and an elec- tric meter at the corner of Lawrence and West North Streets hi Charles Town. City Police apprehended James H. Short, of Luray, Va a short time later on West Liberty Street. He was to be arraigned Wednesday on the charges. A two vehicle accident, in- . volving a van owned by the Jefferson County Committee However, on Tuesday, Askin's request was denied by the Supreme Court. It was the second time Askin had moved to take Dostert off tlm case. The high court denied a similar move last Decenber. Askin had charged that Dos tart, in an unsuccessful for a seat on the State Swreme Court, placed a political ad that featured a newspaper headline which said "Peacher Gets Life sentence." Askin suggested this shewed bias on Dostert's part. The high court sagreed. Askin did win his bid to get Peacher a new trial last yp r Full Upper or Lower Dentures from s 15SN Total Dental (;are at Affordable Fees All Iimlralee & I azl aeet.l ted EUGENE KLUPT, DDS, PA. FREi)ERICK SHOPPING (:ENTER Freder:~r k, Muryland CI, O,~ED THUR.~DA k EUGENE KLUPT, DDS J. FEINSOD, DMD (301 ) 6624)131 VISA, Ma~er Charge CAROLYN M. SNYDER operator's card following a two-car collision last Saturday on the Sun~t Point road. The charges were placed by State Police against Robert Doleman after his vehicle rammed into the rear ~of one driven~by Bonnie Lee Miller, also of Smnmit Point. Damage was James H. Gaynor of 206 Euclid Avenue, was injured when his automobile ran over an embankment on U.S. Route 340 near Charles Town. Damage was $100. Gaynor was transported to Jefferson Memorial Hospital by private automobile. Damage was heavy in another Route 340 accident near Harpers Ferry Sunday. Cars operated by John W. Wilson, Route 2, Harpers Ferry, and David W. Fogleman, Falls Church, Va were involved. Damage was $2,200. Fogleman was cited with failure to control. Louise V. Fuss, of Charles Town, was cited with failure to control after her car collided with one operated by ~ L. Kimble, of Route I, Charles Town, on Route 9 near Ke~xneysville. Damage was I~0. Injured were Fuss and Barbara Kimble, neither seriously. And James W. White, Jr Kearneysville, was cited with being left of the highway's center after his car collided with one driven by Daniel L. Lewis of Charles Town on the Flowing Springs Road. State Police Probe ' Near $1,000 Theft Jefferson County State Police are investigating a $1,000 burglary which took place last weekend at the residence of Marvin B. Puckett, near Surmnit Point. Taken, some time between Sunday evening and Monday oon, were a I ger 22 calibre revolver; a Remington 30.06 rifle; a Luger 22 calibre rifle; a Crossman pellet gun, a chess set, a Toshiba portable tools and a tool chest. There are people in the world who read the Bible to see if it agrees with them. Carolyn M. Snyder an- nounces her candidacy for re- election to the West state Democratic Executive Committee from the 16th Senatorial District. Carolyn has served on the State Democratic Executive Committee for the last four years. She is Director of Governor Rockefeller's Regional Office, Martinsburg serving the eastern West Virginia counties. She is a former delegate in the West Virginia Legislature and has bad extensive experience in education. 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