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if: 12 T i Local Lovelies On Pop Singers Float At nchester The Jefferson High School Pop Singers, an out- standing unit in itself, was represented by a float in last Saturday's grand feature parade at the Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester. Riding the float were, left to right, Tracey Brill, Amy Maybe rry, Leanne Phalen and Pamela Lloyd. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE Ken Lowe, Jr. Nomination To SBA Approved WASHINGTON Donald of Smnmit Point. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson were married in Hagerstown by the Reverend Charles Wor- thington on May 2, 1942. Mrs. Philip Creamer of "Lecust Grove" a delegate from the Church of the Holy Spirit, in company with Mrs. Congressman Cleve Benedict Margaret LoRon and Mr. W.O. has announced that Ken Lowe Macoughtry, delegates from Jr. one of his nominees to the Grace Church, Middleway, Small Business Ad- left early Friday morning for ministration Clarksburg Charleston, going there to District Office Advisory attend the 104th mmual W.Va. Council, has been approved by Convention of the Episcopal the SBA national office in Church which was in session Washington. there over the weekend. Mr. I.oweof Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood is president of Ken Lowe Cheshire and their daughter Management Company and a Stephanie were visitors on partner and broker for Sunday of last week at the Smpherdstown Realty, Inc. home of their son and The Advisory Council, daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. which is an unpaid ap- John Cheshire and their pointment, makes recom- children Jennifer and 13rn in mendations to the state BunTville. legislature concerning laws Mr. und Mrs. Clayton that will benefit small Stagner visited on Friday tmsiness, acts as ~ local evening with the latter's spokesperson for the ~ml] parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross BRsiness Administration and Stagner and with his brother- participates in state con- in-law and sister, Mr. and ferences dealing with small Mrs. Charles Tompkins, of businesses. Sandy, Oregon who are The Congressman noted vi ting at the Stagner home THUI DAY, MAY 6,1982 ---- ums ey Students First in Skill Olympics More than 600 students from across West Virginia par- ticipated in the public school vocational education programs and they put their skills and knowledgge to the test on April 17 in the annual Vocational Industrial Clubs of America skill Olympics. And the James Rumsey Vo-Tech Center of Berkeley County led all the schools in the com- petition with eleven first, second or third place awards. ' The award winners for the James Rumsey Center were: Vicki Davis, third place in post-secondary practical nursing; Michael Kees, first place in secondary architectm'al drafting; KurUs Johnson. second place in post- secondary auto mechanics; Thomas Kimble, second place bricklayin.g; John Clark, first place bricklaying; Rita Langer, third place com- mercial foods; Steven Eddy, first place commercial foods; Eric LaC, ore, second place industrial electronics; Michael Ring, first place machine draRing; and Larry Pyles, first place welding. Putman County Vo-Tech Center paced all competing reappointment to the Council younger Mr. and Mrs. Stagner and that final decisions about at "Monte View." the remaining nominees from Miss Nicole Nobrega of the Second District are ex- Orchard Hills was a visitor within the next few over the weekend at the home weeks of her grandparents Mr. and . AAAAAAAAA MrS. Allen Glassford. - -vv vvvvvv - Mrs. Lee Allen Drish,who is SUMMIT POINT convalescing from surgery performed two wee ago in Mrs. Stuart Crim the Winchester Memorial Dial 725-7777 Hospital, continues to improve luncheon which followed the were Thursday visitors of schools in competition for morning service at the Liberty Mrs. Frances James in Pine first-place awards with eight. Christian Fellowship Church Grove, Va. Pulnam also captured one in CharlesTownon Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Marshallsecond@lace prize to rank last week. This past Sunday Rickard and family of Ran- third in total awards. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph were son, William Fiddler and Mr. joined by the latter's uncle, and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Realtors Institute Mr. William Kremer and his were Saturday evening guests daughter ERie of Winchester of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll and her mother, Mrs. Louis Fiddler, TO Offer Courses In Oshorn, for dinner at Henry's Jimmy and Bonny Jenkins Country Inn near Shepherd- and family of Stephens City, Parkerslx May 10 stown. That evening they had Va were Sunday guests of his as their dinner guests their son and daughter-in4aw Mr. and Mrs: Mark Rudolph of F mson. LITTLE LF GUE OPENING DAY The Summit Point Little League will open the season with a doubleheader to be played at the field in the Summit Point Park on Saturday May 8th. The parents Mr. and Mrs. James Realtors Institute will offer A. Jenkins Sr. Mrs. Iler the second of its three one- Nichols accompanied her week courses May 11)-14 at the grandchildren to Stephens Parkersburg Holiday Inn. City on Sunday night to return The Institute, presented by to her home. Parkersburg Community Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Poston College and the West Virginia went camping at the Association of Realtors is a Shenandoah River over the nationally accredited weekend, nrofessional development Mrs. Frances Penwell, Mrs. program for licensed realtors. Delores Coates and Jean and It features in-depth advanced Roy Hillard attended banquet instruction in practical real at Mounthope on Friday night estate subjects. Institute at Wil Md. instructors are successful J.C. and Nicole Coates of practioners in various areas of Brunswick, Md were real estate and related weekend guests of their professions. grandparentst Mr. and Mrs. The program is designed to William Coates. encourage achievement of the Craig Boyd was among the Graduate, Realtors Institute Jefferson Jazz Band that left (GRI) designation. Topics to on Sunday for a tour of W.Va. be covered during the week- opening day ceremonies will begin at 1:00 o'clock, followed by the first game of the af- ternoon. The Little League field has been greatly ira- proved by dugouts which were constructed by the South Jefferson Ruritan Club during the off seas,park is equipped with picnic tables and swings are in the plans for that John H.K. Chrlstman and near the Mountain Mission. On the near future, making it an Recent guests of Mr. and long course will include legal Paul "Buck" Martin have Sunday evening, Mr. andMrs, excellent place for gatherings. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were aspects of real estate, already been approved for Tompkins were guests of the It is hoped that the public will Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Pope taxation, construction, make good use of the park of Edgerton, Wisconsin, residential appraisals, con- ~~AA~. but is still confined to her VVVVVVVV -w home. HONORED ON Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 40thANffi~NERSARY Grooms of Baker Heights Mr. and Mrs. Nelson were visitors on Saturday at Jackson celebrated their 40th the home of the Reverend and wedding anniversary on Mrs. David Wood and their Sunday and in h(mor of the daughters Heather and Dawn. occasion their pJ41e children HOMEMAKEP~ TO MEET md their gathered at The Summit Point Ex- their h~e to st~ise them tension Homemakers Club with a buffet dinner, gifts and will meet with Mrs. Clayton good wishes, Those present for Stagner and Mrs. Stuart Crim the celebration wee Mr. and at 7:30 o'clock on Thursday Mrs. Tonm y and son evening, May 13th. The of Middleway, Mr, and Mrs. evening's program, ' rlsntal Sanlmler and family Flower Arranging" will be of Clearbrook, Mr. and Mrs. presented by a guest speaker. Jack Brady and three children 'lltis will be an interestin4 of Winchester, Mr. and Mrs. lesson and all members are David Jackson and two urged to be present. children of Berryvtlle, Mr. Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. and Mn. DamJel Jackson and Nick Snyder and their daughter and a frimd from children Kevin and Valerle at Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. "West $henstune" on Sunday Joe Ryan of Middleway, Sgt. afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Edward Blackford of Jeff Lartharn and their fmnlly BoRing Air Force Base, Mr. & of Charles Town. Mrs. Walter Knott and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest children, Andrew and Rudolph andf their smm, Paul Elizabeth, Miss Dawn and John, were among those Jackson and Mr. Earl Mc-attending a covered dish of Mason's Seafood Restaurant Winchester, Vo. during the summer months. RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9O98 V" "~ NF" ~," "~ff "~F" ~ff "V" "~- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pope has returned to their home in Edgerton, Wisconsin after spending some time with his sister and brotlmr-in.law Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus and other members of the Pope farnih'es in Berryville and Front Royal. Mrs. ller Nichols ac- companied her daughters, Mrs. Lue Hart and Mrs. Edith Bell of Stephens City, Va to her daughter and son-in-law, Ethel and James A. Jenkins snd was weekend guest. Her daughters returned to their home on Friday night. Carroll Williams purchased new Ford Escort 1982 maroon car this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Poston CLmrles Edward Gardner and dominiums, real estate Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring market analysis and water, timber and mineral rights. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Jenkins and son, Mr. and Mrs. Fee for the course is $200 Donald Lee Richards and and includes instructional daughters and Mr. and Mrs. materials, examinations, Dennis Whittington and student workbooks and text children spent Saturday at- materials, refreshments and tending the 55th Apple lunch. Blossom Festival. Advance re~ for the Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Institute is required. Ad- Whittington and children ditional information is spent Sunday at the home of available by contacting PCC's Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Jenkins Continuing Education and son. Department, 424-8275. Oe0e -- = L MR. 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John Lynch, supervisor for the West Vriginia Department of Education, said the 115 student awards winners were spread throughout the state's vocational training facilities, indicating a high level of in- struction throughout the public school system. Competition was conducted, he said, in dental assistant skills, medical assistant skills, nurse assistant skills, prac- tical nursing, air conditioning and refrigeration, ar- chitectural drafting, auto body repair, cosmetology, electrical trades, commercial art, commercial foods, computer programming, building maintenance, cabinet making miUwork, car- pentry, graphic corn- PER GALLON REG. $17.99 munications, heavy duty drafting, diesel equipment mechanics, industrial electronics, auto events~ mechanics, bricklaying, sheet re[ metal work small engine professions repair, welding machine Lqdustry, The Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate, in wffh the Jefferson County Unit of the I Women Voters of West Virginia, will1 guide for voters in the Thursday, May of the Newspaper. The guide will contain information didates for constitutional office pearing on the ballots in the June Election. Answers to the questions candidates will appear in this voters can make decisions based on Plan now to buy the May 20th Special Voter guide. Tear-out the bring it to the Candidates Rally Jefferson County Unit of the League Voters on Wednesday, May 26 at 7:30 Jefferson County Court House. The League of Women Voters is a ison organization & Does Not Endorse ROL.GLO SEMI-GLOSS HOUSE FAINT Mary Carter's Finest Exterior Latex For House and Trim Gal. REG. $18.99 e PER GALLON ROL-EZE -- OUR FINEST HOUSE PAINT Covers most colors in one coat Resists blistering & peeling Stain & fade reslst~nt Nonchllking, nonyellowing PER LATEX PATIO it, REDWOOD STAIN Per Gallon PER GALLON I~ANO F~N~ A ~ PER ( LIQUID GLASS REG. $12.99 e PER GALLON LATEX REDWOOD STAIN REG. $5.99 DECOR4mNG C@J~I"ER WOetD A~OUNO YOU DOUG AND BARB CHARLES TOWN & AI Marflnd)urg --