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8 Hope Thompson Little Miss West Virginia SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE TH DAY, MAY 6,1982 Audubon Society To Opera House Talent Competition Meet May 12; Leslie McCariy is Speaker On May 12 the Potontac j Valley Audubon Society will 1 feature Leslie McCarty from I SOCIAL-CLUB PERSONAL 7 Ps 2nc Backeye, Virginia. Ma. McCarty's program will be a 6 special slide presentation on the value of the West Virginia Cranberry Backcounty region as a wilderness area. Debra Cantees To This region, located in Spring Worksho For Eastern Pochontas and Webster ' Counties in southeastern West Wed R0nald Waiters District Clubs virginia is one of the largest roadless tracts of land in the The Jeffe'sm County 1982, violin Solo; and Mr. and Mrs. John Cantees National Forest east of the Young Talent Competition Blue Ridge, of Charleston announce the A Spring Workshop for Harvey. finals will be held this In the two engagement and forthcoming GFWC-West Virginia All officers, committee Misslss i. At present there is Saturday evening at 7:30 at the final marriage of their daughter, Federation Womans Clubs of chairman and members of the legislation in Congress, the Old Opera House. Junior Divisioni Debra Lynn, to Ronald Nell the Eastern District will nine clubs -- Berkeleysponsored by Cleve Benedict, Master of ceremonies for Diane Gregg, Walters, son of Mrs. Betty L. be held in Charles Town at Springs, Charles Town, Fort which will preserve this area the evening will be Gary gymnastics; Waiters and the grandson of the Presbyterian Church, Ashby, Harpers Ferry, as wilderness. The Potomac Phalen. Tickets are available Ambrose, Clu Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Link of ,(Liberty Street entrance), on Keyser, Martinsburg, Valley Audubon Society has at Judys and W.H. Knode, piano solo; Md Charles Town. Saturday, May 8, with Moorefield, Romney andformally invited Benedict to Son or at the door at $3 for Charles Town, The wedding will take place registration to begin at 9:30. epherdatown -- and the this special progran and adults $2 for students, twirling; Fra Hope Lynn Thompson representing West Virginia in Friday, May 21, at St. James This meeting will give all GFWC Junior Clubs of extePAs their invitation to the In the above photo are four Middleway, (shown above with her the 6-10 age category.Lutheran Church at Uvilla. club members attending a Eastern Dlstrict are urged to public and the press. The of the finallsts in the 6-10 year Renee Creage trophies), six-year-oldAt Charleston, she received chance to meet other mere- attend. daughter of charles and Mary a five foot trophy in the beauty bers of the district hear plans During the morning session 'programbeginsat7:30p.m. in age bracket, left to right, Town, pianosoi#; the MartinsburgPublicChristie Bittinger, Lisa Kearneysville, Elementary for the new administration, bh's. RobertA. Hocke muth Library. Oarvin, Christine Tine and RecieCreager, G Thompson of Ranson, division, a Little Miss West returned Sunday May 2, from Virginia sash, a bouquet of discuss the new Honor Point will be installed as Eastern The Potomac ValleyShaxmon White of Charles Twirling; Glee Charleston where she par- flowers, a sparkling crown, a system and meet the twelve District President by Mrs. Audubon Society, after Town, a vocal group. Mlddleway, dra ticipated in the 1982 Miss five foot trophy as queen of the School Events Conmdttee Betty Wall, out-going receiving itsnational charter Others in the elementary Ax 1 L,'ieMad Hemisphere Pageant. swimsuit division and a two Chairman who have beenpresident. A covered dish in March, has had a burst of division include Rosa Oregg, piano solo. Ares state president, Mrs. Ollie at noon. members and the public with g-ttar solo; Wmame Smith and Senior Divis threeWhilethereshec mpetedincategories, swimsuit, foottrophy for being runnerup in the modeling. Her trip to cheduled appointed at the request of the saiadluncheon will be enjoyed activity which provided its Harpers Ferry, vocal and modeling and beauty. She was the national finals will he an a variety of enjoyable and Renee Wicks, Charles Town, 18): Tami chosen queen in both beauty all-expense paid trip.A numbex of special events GOPWo CI educational ces'Bill dance du ; Sarah Plier' Kearneysville' and swimsuit competition, Hope was Sponsored in have been planned for men's ub Meets Hartgroves'has led two Middleway, vocal solo; Chris Johns-- was first runner-up inCharleston by Gateway elementary schoolstudentsin wildflower expeditions in the Michael Ranelli, Summit Ferry, piano odeling, and now proudly Construction Company of theupper three grades, twoof p| In( region.beautiful FrankHarpers SturgesFerry AmberP int' piano solo;Robinson, Bakerton,Gabriel Torchia, ShenanO and guita wears the title of Little Miss Charles Town. Her dresses them at Shepherdstown u rZsoFZ o un:,vr Future Events presented an excellent West Virginia. were designed by Jewels Elementary School, one g 4-H She will now compete in the Harrell, doing business as county-wide, e National Hemisphere finals to Buttons and Bows Boutique of The first event is being held Republican Women s Club will Club. field denmnstration of the Cam n r be held this summer, Ranson. (Photo by Tim Sinn). this (Thursday) afternoon at meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday May A committee consisting of actual techniques. The next -- Ser ShepherdstownElementary, a 11atthe home of Mrs. Harry Rena Postlethwaite, Jo field trip will be with the Set Up By Ext science [air invoWmg students F. Smith in Shannondale. The Bratina and Vicky Brown was botanist Carl Bell May 2 in the e is n Woman's Club Involved In the fourth, fifth and sixth speaker will be Charlesformed to nmke decisions Washington Monument Park d grades. LeMaster, board of education concerning the decorations of near Boonsboro, Md. In-Hundreds of 4-H club Then, on ne'zt Tuesday candidate, the COP room at the Ent]er terested per sbonid meet members of Jefferson. Many Sorinetime Activities Speaker at the April Hotel in epherdstown, in front of Snyder Hall, Berkeley and Morgan fifty years! says the sixth graders will meeting was Bob Harmon, JoBratinanominatedRoger Shepherd College at 9:30 a.m. Counties are amdousiy an. volunteer adult Springtime n'b " gs ma yMembers are reminded to hold their camp day at the candidate for Congress. A Chrisman of Jefferson High or at the picnic grounds at ticipating the 1982 Tri-County leaders as col activities for the Woman s make reservations by the 13th school, They'll cook their own Shepherd College graduate School to be the groups 10:00 a.m. in the park. For 4-H Camping season. The class instruct( Club of Charles Town. Thelast of May to one of the following, meal outdoors, they'll enjoy from Mineral County, Harmon representative to Campfurther information call Bill W.V.U. Extension scrvice in activities includ week in April found Mrs. Mrs. Frank Humston, Mrs. ciasses in arts and crafts spent 18 years in the.state Caesar, thecampfor Young Hartgrovesat304- . cooperatio with county 4-H orts, swi Donald Phillips busy serving Marie Trussell, or Mrs. Finally, on Friday, May House of Delegates and has as Republicans, this smm er, volunteers will conduct four draRs and as a volunteer for the Special Charles McDonald. it willbe a track and field day a high priority getting more weeks of 4-H Camp at Camp For more Olympics, a very special Mrs. John Skinner, at Jefferson High School government contracts for Vicky Brown announced BS Nursing Degree Frame 4-H Camp near 4-H campingL project which the club has Chairman for the Well Baby stadimn, beginning at 9:30 West Virginia companies, that theessaycontest, tiffed Hedgesville according to Jefferson C, always made cash con- Clini%and helpers will serve a.m. with all sixth graders With him at the meeting was "In Support of the NewWill Be Discussed z~= 4-H agen J~ o~ce Staley, Joyce Joslin and Berkeley Cou tributions to for its continued at the Clinic twice durin from Jefferson County schools Gary Phalen, a candidate for Federalism)' will be extended success. This is also a project May. This is a very important participating. Trophies and State Senate. Phalen will to include ninth-graders in the Registered nurses and Charles Williams. 4-H cmnps Office 263-4901 ( that the State Federation is ~d w~thwhile project that medals will be distributed, assist Harmon with histhree county junior high nursing students who are peopleare conductedan appreciation to teach young'of CountY1431. Exten~ supporting during Mrs.the club has sponsored for campaign in nine counties, schools as well a to high school interested in wor 'Ig toward nature and to develop Donald Harvey's presidency, over thirty years. Is hday Party For Announcements included a students. May 13 Candidates Night at The group voted to join with the Bachelor of Science in leadership skills. The club's cash contributions On May 8th officers and the courthouse at 7:30 p.m. the COP club in an ad in the Nursing are invited to attend Tri.County Older 4-4-I Camp Potomac to many community projects chairmen of the club will be an advisement session on and health drives are raised helping with a workshop DeGrave, 3 sponsoredbytheGOPClub; A County Fair brochure. May 15 hake sale at Stuck and The meeting was at Holly Thursday, May 6, when June 1st ageSwi]l be conducted up as Oub Plad for youth 14 and of professors from the West June 14-18. 4-H'ers ages 12 bnd by money made by their fund sponsored by Eastern District Daniel DeGrave of Kear- Aiger's and a May 22 cocktail Shattuck'sin Tuscawilia Hills. V'u'ginia University School of 13 as of June 1st will attend The Potomac raising projects, of the State Federation which ueysville celebrated his third ThewasaBake Salemarkedat Stucksuccessand willcharlesbeTown.held at the birthday on March 9. He had 4 1 field Satur a M"ay Nursing will be at Shepherd Tri-County Intermediate isplanning a pt 30thAlgers -Pharmacy on Aprl Presbyterian Church inthe traditional cake with College to the WVU Camp June 21-25. Two weeks held Saturday, o~.campas BSN program now of Tri-County Younger Camp a.m. to 2 pjn. and Mrs. Jay Wysong who was Mrs. Charles McDonald will Dan's cake was decorated are held June 28-July 2 and from the sale chaiz~nan f the Pr ject be urging ~embers to assist with Superman and Sh PY' !! B~ p ity Ce Tw --ioas will be be]d' 3u]Y 5"9 f r 4-H'ersages" 9' 10 Phase II P]a' wishes to thank members of with the bingo parties that the his two favorite perscmalRies, rda e Commun nter one from 1-3:30 p. m. and the and 11. Shepherdsto the club and the public for club holds at the Knott Rest Those helping Dan celebrate other from 5 to 8 p m. In- All 4-H club members in the Center. their loyal support. Home, for the enjoyment of were his parents Mr. and Mrs. Double Dumb (drug and either a blue, red or white terested persom may attend three county area will receive The club The big highlight and patients. event planned for the month of Members will be busy with DaleDeGrave, Dan's brother alcohol abuse) will be the. ribbon for the day based on either session, located in the camp registration letters on varietyof Tom and his sister Nicole. theme for the "1982 All New club attendance and poster enandoah Room (20 ) of the May18. Thecostdenewesk May is the Awards Banquet to house clear u g at the club Dan is the grandsun of Mrs. Traditional Jefferson County contest entries. Student Center, and no ap- of camp will be $2 .00 and gardens of the he at the Top House onhome and assisting with Glenn White and Mr. and Mrs: 4-H Health and Field Day" set For more imformation on 4- pointment is necessary. For scholarships are available. The sale will Monday, AprllTthat6:30p.m. palnting of the meeting room. TalmageWhiteofEgion, and for Saturday May 8 at the H Health and Field Day, further information, j lease Area 4-H'ers have been at- wallatMc Mrs. Gauis Brown, president The schedule for May is a Mr. and Mrs. Rj. DeGraveof Jefferson County Community contact Jim Staley, Extension call the WVU Graduate Center is working very hard to make very busy one just like many Fair[ax, Va. Omter, Bardane. Agent 4-H at Shepherdstown, 876-2636. this occasion one to be of the months during the year. Dan enjoys playing with his Every 4-H club member of rernembere . Members are An inventory of the many truck collection and going for the county is urged to attend Toy Book And Game FOR YOUR DANCING asked tobringtheirhus,projects indicates that the walks with his babysitter, the day's events that get CORRECTION $111@ prospective members and mem are very energeticBetty. started at 9:30 a.m. frlendsto join in an evening and community minded. This Activities will include races, Drive Ramon Sdml In the engagement an- nouncement for Patricia CMAJH.E TOW of surprises and en- is an opportunity for any lady hmofwar ,I,1 z) Diane Breeden and John L. ~ment ~ m~eres~a z~n^~om~^nzS V~f~ K~IS ~]UD .capture ~e flag. a ~av e~er School is ha~m.g a toy, book Buis, r[I, pablL, d',ed in last ri,u. x.-a, z,a,==u, ,' z ao u, u,v u mmt anacound] circle, and ame drive, startin the weeks Spirit, it said the 1A a ii I Sheph wn will give an and join the Woman's Club of D, v 4-1Per is also urged to enter w k f--May 10" - -" --- groom will graduate from my r.r . unto inspirational program on the Charles Town, a club ofIlG 4 IIL Mt/A .the "Double Dumb" poster Anvn, e who would like to Florida State University. In A nmm-, poetry she has written. Mrs, prestige for the past 61yearm -- " contest with the three winning do te-it-e --can bring them reality, he has already K/dt/VIDLII I I:$PII IL Ma, . re ha to Racer T0 C l, er junior a,'u:l senior posters to bo to the o fice any time during gradtmted and ls employed bY mB| m|MOO, nurnz)er poems, e,- e R put on display at the Je erson school hours. Dixie-Narco. while amember d me cnarles tree moo rressure Mr I v Bttles, Director of County Fair, Zveryone is to All toys, books or games own conce.rnmg me the VA bring a sack lunch with milk sbould be complete and in [air rives o~ .up, .e "" ' . . ded~, comp--tsof condition."I ~ Cliff~i~ I ] ~ ~.- ~-, ---- --, r--.~ won many State awards while Clinic Saturday West v ginia, ,mob v i I ;. s mberof club announced that the V.434C "-"-" . . she wa a me the . 4-H clubs willreeewe appreciated. Sbe has chosen "I- mirations'' Kiwanis Club recently for her be most In :>nepneroslown so. : . . . fitting as Mrs. M--ll is. ly an inspiration to her There oo. '-- ,-, = "'"'"'"'"" "-- = = w I ood pressure clinic Saturday to be used by the lLU I The program will include moi'rdng May 8, from 10a.m. stu ntsattbeCent ] Invites Youand Yours 1 piano selections by Mr. until 12 noon at the e tto recel. ve .t r er I CharlesWaII, sondMr, and Shepherdstown Volunteer ~ Mrs. ~ l-~ mmKer, ~ UAID I~ r'tECIf' KIIZDC ""'"" PECIAL 'S DAY B outstanding career in music The cllnic Is being . " . S MOTHER both tn Junior and Senior High sored jointly by the churches z-amazer, a teacner, an a, me 1 FeoturingAll-You-Can.EatHomestyleCoc School. Members are proud to of the Shepherdstown com. seven-year-ore uesna txon, know that Charles will be nmnity and the Shepherd- a student. , furthering his education at sto Fire Company and the * Roast Steamship Round of epherd College in the, fall, public is invited and urged to z wanm,q and will appreciate him take ad'(mnf geofthisoffer to Mr. Jhn and Mr "I,* Oven Roasted Turkey * I ying and giving d his have a blood pressure check. Leomu'd U on as a "'-- - ",d Chef s Own -- ' I I | - With This Ad,] * Seafood Newbu Country I ,']6 '/z Pri"'- I : C ~-~ ~ O~ for Mom's Meal I * Home.Mode Potato Flounce i ~ )/J~l~ ~' ~ from the entire menu when,~ ' An--. ln, ~ I * Veietable du Jour * ,accompanied by' family i DIANE.O=NSON I * Full Course hlad hr with 30 It : ~l,] ~ [ L LL.I .~ Anytime i ~ formerly of Cesorino's Hoir Styling * Spectacular Fruit--Basket * Dessert : [ FTT is joining our fine staff l =)unaay, May J I ,'II ' Home Baked Breads & Rolls * t ~! ~.-~I ~ ~ Also Witch for rlquita in May I ~ " .-- K.a~ W~m~rg. -- | ' iq.l Li J J k L LLJ,xocxy mn . erry Marxen , ~ llll t t lL~ ~:~ C,S, GRANDE,~ Charles Town Plaza 1 I ,~ "- O~rI~I Town P~ll, Rt. 340 East I ' ' - 4,- Phone 725-0069 ~ ~ o,~.-~'"-'~" - ~