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24 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE "IdURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978 PEOPL BANK OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY Scout Leaders, Scouts Of Jefferson County Among Those Honored At Annual Scouter Recognition Dinner RECIPIENT OF AWARDS- Shown above are the Boy Scout Leaders of the Shenandoah Area Boy Scout Council, who was honored at the recent Scouter Recognition Dinner, marking the 50th Anniversary of Scouting and which was held in Winchester, Va They are, left to right -- John W. Knauss, Winchester, Va., the Scouter's Training Award; Richard V. Campbell, Inwood, the Scouter's Key; Pay Holliday, Martinsburg, the Den Leader's Training Award; Stevan Resan, Whitacre, Va.; the Scouter's Training Award; and Robert P. Anderson, Kearneysville, the Scouter's Training Award. Not shown are Donald S. Feltner, Sr., Ranson, the Scouter's Key; David C. Wood, Summit Point, the Scouter's Key; Clarence Davis, Bunker Hill, the Scouter's Key, and Thelma M. Martin, Amissville, Va., the Den Leader's Training Award. More than 325 Scouters and their wives enjoyed the Annual Scouter Recognition Dinner celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Shenandoah Area Boy Scout Council Tuesday night at the Robert E. Aylor Junior High School in Stephens City, Va. Delegate And),, Guest of Front Royal, presented Governor John N. Dalton who gave the recognition address to the volunteer scouters with the following comments: Frank Armstrong, III, President Elect of the Shenandoah Area Council presented Governor Dalton with a thank you remembrance for the occasion. Presentation of three Silver Beaver Awards, the highest a STATUETTE AWARD WINNERS -- Shown are the 1978 Statuette Award Recipients from Potomac District Boy Scouts presented at the 1978 Annual Scouter's Recognition Dinner. Shown from left to right are Dr. W. R. McCune, of Martinsburg; Oliver Parry of Falling Waters; and David Wood of Summit Point. Not shown is Donald Feltner, Sr., of Ranson. The District Statuette Award is awarded to an individual who has contributed outstanding service to Scouting in the area. local Council cgn bestow, was a feature of the recognition part of this program. The three awardees were: Walter "Skeeter" Knee, of 119 Whitlock Ave., Winchester, Va., a veteran Scouter with Troop 3 sponsored by the Braddock Street United Methodist Church. Clarence "CR." Davis, of Bunker Hill, a 20 year veteran who has served in many district and unit responsibilities and is currently Assistant District Commissioner. Otis C. Feldhauser of 408 Bel Air Avenue, Front Royal, Va., a member of Troop 52, committee sponsored by the U.M. Church of Front Royal. He is an Assistant District Commissioner, and training chairman. Phil Griffin, of Winchester, who was chairman for the dinner, also presided as the Master of Ceremonies in the absence of Dr. Jim Gordon, who was unable to attend due to illness. The invocation was asked by the Rev. Dennis Herman of the First Baptist Church, Win- chester, Va., and Rev. Wood, of the Holy Spirit Episcopal Church of Summit Point, gave the benediction. 'Mrs. John Dalton presented a special plaque to Miss Gina Miller, president of" the Council's Explorer President's Association and a member of Post 130, sponsored by King's Daughters Hospital, Mar- tinsburg. Ray Ward, 1978 Sustaining Membership Enrollment Chairman, made presentations to District SME leaders: Howard Duncan, Raymond "Andy" Guest, of Front Royal; Chuck Phares, of Winchester;, Leo Snarr, James Funkhnuser and Ralph Combs, of Shenan- doah County. Special recognition for having completed training and tenure were made to: John W. Knauss, Winchester, Va.; Robert P. Anderson, Kearneysville, and Steven Resort, Whitalcre, Va., Scouter's Training Award; Donald S. Feltner, Sr., Ranson; David G. Wood, Summit Point; Clarence R. Davis, Jr., Bunker Hill, and Richard V. Campbell, Inwood, Scouter's Key; Pat Golliday, Martinsburg, Den Leader's Training Award. Veteran Scouter cards were presented by Donald Jones, Vice President for Cub Scouting to: 10 years -- David Bradfield William G. Wevers, Jr., William G. Wevers, Sr., Oscar H. Francis, Patrick Largent, Wayne A. Yowell, Thomas B. Sowers, Jr., Edward J. Mar- shall, William H. Baker, Charles Joseph Franklin, Adam Slonaker, Shelby J. Newcome, William R. Newcome, J. Michael Neweome and Dean Hadeau. 15 years -- Marion E. Camp- bell, Charles E. ScaLes, Boyd Ellis, Jr., Stevan A. Resan, George Troxel, Michael A. Didawiek, and Leo L. Snarr, Jr. 20 years -- Edwin Hisey, Charles E. Hofer, Charles Fleming, and William Lock, Sr. 25 years -- Donald Anderson, Jr., Henry Lowry, Anthony Seneeal, and Leonard Han- sberger. 30 years -- Edgar Trout, Jr., Robert Kellas, and C. Lynn Wealdey, Jr. 40 years -- Philip N. Hunter. Outstanding service earned a number of men and women from the 9 county Council area special "Statuette" trophies, conferred by the Commissioner Staff of the Council, and presented to them by Phil Whitney, manager of a radio station in Winchester. They were: Rev. C. Bernard Troutman, New Market; H. Lee Henderson, Front Royal; Raymond R. "Andy" Guest, Jr., Front Royal; Ralph Combs, Woodstock; Wayne Koehler, Winchester; Ryland "Smokey" Carper, Clearbrook; Mike Copertino, Winchester; Rev. David Wood, Summit Point; Oliver Parry, Falling Waters; Donald Feltners, Sr., Ranson; Dr. William McCune, Mar- tinsburg; Dr. Jacob Johnson, Winchester; Harlen Hanson, Winchester, posthumously presented. United Way Relations Chairman Robert Hersey presented Thank You Awards to the following United Ways for their support of Scouting: Winchester-Frederick County United Fund, Mike Foreman; I Front Royal-Warren County United Way - Dr. Richard Keeler; United Way of Berkeley County, W. Va., Inc. - Mrs. I Candy Borger; United Givers I Fund of Jefferson County, W. [ Va. - Mr. Calvin McGehee. ! Man is mighty, no doubt, but insects bother men more than men bother insects! WALLS Your painted wls and ceilings will look like new after cleaning with newly invented scientific machine. Reasonable. All work guaranteed FREE ESTIMATE AI l Dkd FOR RENT Dairy Farm of 166 Acres Which includes House, Milking Parlor, Shed, two Silos, good Stream, Pond. At Middleway. Call 304-725-6545 During Office Hours or 7254658 After 6 ELECT DR. HOWARD CARPER, JR. JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDIJ STUDENTS TAXPAYERS The schools belong to the'peop/e; let him represent you. SCHOOL PE HE WILL SePReSeNT YOUR eeST INTeReSTS YOUR VOTE and SUPPORT WILL BE APPREC Pol. Ad by CANDIDATE FOR RESPONSIVE EFFECTIVE EFFICIENT COUNTY GOVERNMENT A MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF JEFFERSON COUNTY We Support BIANCA M. JAMES Incumbent Democratic Candidate the House of Delegates, 36th for the following reasons: We have always known Bianca to be HONEST, OPEN and SI Bianca has SUPPORTED the Band Boosters, Pop SingerS, Opera House, St. James Catholic Church and Many other organizations without the need or desire for remunera recognition. You and I live in Jefferson County as we consider our county a desirable place to live, however life is full of aspirations and desires for improvement. By listening to you and learning, I list the issues of primary concern to our-citizens: Improved law enforcement ... Better housing opportunities ... ()pen County Government -.. Senior citizen interest ... Fair tax appraisals --- Utilize our many talented citizens --. More and better jobs Efficient land use Guided growth Pet control Road improvements Local tag purchase Bianca has proven her ability to work with people, ALL for years in our community, and recently in the legislature. short term she obtained use of land for the Jefferson Fairgrounds. Her position on the roads committee was instrurn in Securing funding for work on Routes 340 and 9. Bianca has always ACTIVELY SERVED the Democratic Jefferson county. Preserve Agriculture as an industry and our Historical heritage Quality water and sewage disposal I give improved law enforcement tOP priority. Some of these issues demand little or no funding but positive actions. Other issues require long range planning and financing which can only be paid for by our county's capacity to generate funds. We have always found Bianca to be sensitive to our needs a people and we know her to be responsive to ALL people of A We are proud of Bianca as a person, we respect her in feel confident in her ability to serve us in Charleston. VOTE MAY 9th Your vote will be appreciated May 9th J.mesLoutha. Elect BIANCA M. JA Democratic Candidate for County Commissioner for Kabletown District C. Pol. Ad by Candidate paid by "Young People for Honesty and Integrity in Government" F. : /