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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE TllURSDAY. MAY i !. 1978 7 PEOPL BANK OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY OF TODAY, LEADERS OF TOMORROW" GROUP ARE SHOWN ; IN JEFFERSON COUNTY LOYALTY DAY PROGRAM i i the above picture are most of the more than a dozen members of of Today, Leaders of Tomorrow" group organized by the Auxiliary Foreign Wars Post No. 3522 of Charles Town, who participated annual "Loyalty Day" program presented Sunday April 30 from f the auditorium of the Wright Denny School by the VFw Post and Those shown in the picture are, left to right -- Mrs. Isabel Albright, " Officer of the VFW Auxiliary, who arranged the program; Tabitha Kirk, Carol Nutter, Rodney Wolfe, Dougie Harrison, Eric Jones, Jeanne Cain, Ricky Wolfe, John Jones, Erica and Kenny Staubs, Bobby Jones, Brian Jones and Terry Carper arks approrpiate for the Loyalty Day program. (Photo by To Meet r Council of the I (Elementary- lUcation Act) will lOard Room of the R q inty Board of Ices on Tuesday, at 4 p.m. l for next years be discussed. All u e Urged to attend is invited. First Work.d00 At Old Opera House Was Highly Successful The first workshop meeting held Tuesday, May 2, at the Tommy James Workshop of the Old Opera House in Charles Town, was highly successful. Al Perrone gave a seminar on Play Production and Staff Structure. He went into detail on the relationship and duties of the entire staff ranging from the producer to the various crews. More than anything, AI pointed out that without the different crews there would be no production. He er0phasized that strained relationships back stage should be handled with "humanity and kindness as well as firmness." The next workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, May 16, Indian Schools Topic For Bee Line NSDAR Meeting Information on Bacone and St. requested to give a copy of her Mary's Indian Schools was given report to the Regent. Mrs. Lyle by Mrs. C. W. Moore, chairman Tabb announced that the private for Indian Schools, to the Bee property sign had been placed on Line Chapter, NSDAR; when it the chain at St. George,s Chapel met recently.. Ruins. Mrs. C. W. Moore, Indian A note of thanks was sent to Schools chairman, was in- the chapter by Bob Rizzo in traduced by Mrs. Woolford appreciation for financial aid in Murphy. Information on two sending two students and schools, Bacone and St. Mary's chaperones to attend a World was given to the chapter. Mfairs Seminar at Morgantown. St. Mary's School for Indian All three were from Jefferson Girls, located in Springfield, County High school history South Dakota, is supported by  classes. various organizations. The Since /.he DAR State Con- Episcopal Church sources ference will be held at Cliffside provide 70 to 80 percent of the in October, a committee of three annual budget. NSDAR supports was appointed to set up the through special projects. An National Defense luncheon education of grades one through which will be Jefferson County's high school is offered. A school share in meetings. Mrs. C. W. bus has just been a successful Moore, chairman; Mrs. C. W. project and now a new chapel to Hamilton and Mrs. Howard Wilt, accomodate 150 people is the members. upcoming project. The luncheon on West Virginia The other school, Bacone Day at National Congress in Junior College, is Muskogee, Washington was a huge success. Oklahoma, is situated on a 250- Florence Moore was in charge of acre natural campus "where the arrangements. One hundred and Ozark foothills slumber." The five reservations were filled and Creek Nation gave 160 acres of eight of those were Bee Line this to the college. It is a private, members. Mary Alice Imen church-related, independent did an excellent job as state liberal arts junior college with a ticket chairman for this event at school of nursing. No State or Mayflower Hotel. Honor guests Federal finances are used. from different states were Indian students from 55 tribes present. and from 35 states attend. The Mrs. Phyllis Schlafly, national student body is made up of 550* chairman of National Defense 700 men and women, seventy- Committee, gave an ardent five percent Indian, 15 percent expose of the Equal Rights Caucasian and ten percent Amendment and consequences Black, so that the Indian has resulting, as she also did with living and learning experiences the Panama Canal Treaty. with other races. The majority Each guest received a small are from poor rural background tumbler made of West Virginia and reservations. To many of glass and a small book con- at 7:30 p.m., at the Tommy them English is a second taining the menu and the James Workshop at the Old language, program for the lunch. It is Opera Rouse. Mr. Holice Turn- An effort is made tc preserve hoped that more members will bow will conduct a Readers true Indian culture: bead and plan to attend next year. PAINT SALE Sapolin's Best Quality LATEX LATEX SHUTTER PAINT White Only HOUSE PAINT White,Colors & Primers GAL. GAL. Suggested Retail $13.39 Save 4.00 TREDON ENAMEL Exterior/Interior Grays Only WOODLIFE OIL EXTERIOR STAIN White & Colors Save 2.70 SAt. Save 2.50 Suggested Retail $11.69 LATEX FLOOR PAINT Exterior/In.terior White & Colors Save 4.40 CTERIOR IDAL. Save FLOOR TIN LUSTR[ 3.50 s,o w..T, Suggested Retail *12.49 WHffMORE LUMBER CO. I}O North Mildred Street Dial 725. 2004 - Chorlol Town leather Work, silver craft Bridge Play Repeat weaving, wood work and painting are taught along with Winners Charles Town other skills. The college needs a teaching microscope, library Some new names joined books and an electronic piano several of the repeaters among laboratory, the master point winners in Bee Line Chapter met with Wednesday's duplicate bridge Mrs. Donald Kable for this April ,game at the Charles Town Civic meeting, fourteen members Center. North South leaders heing present. After thereading were Peggy Lacy-John Allen of the President General's first; Randy Beatty-Ralph message by Mrs. Charles Printz and a review of the National Defense article by Mrs. Edward Saville, matters of business were discussed. A purchase of two grave markers was ap- proved and each chairman Theatre Seminar. There will also he a brief discussion on the summer activities of the workshop. Everyone is invited to attend. For information contact the Old Opera House. nothing else is good enough D Perfect Granite Superb Craftsmanship Custom Design Serwce y Written Guarantee Without Time Limit That ' what makes us the moml trailed name in memorials Martinsburg Granite Works 109 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Martinsburg, W.Va. . - - FREE--- CUSTOMER PARKING I !1 I I III I Borlik' second, and Sandy Goodrich-Craig Dodson, third. First in the East-West direction were Farley Whitley-Pauline Hudson, and Jane and John Daffy tied for second with Luella Smith-Priscella Allen. The regular weekly game starts at 7:45 and John Allen is the Cer- tified ACBL Director. Farm Credit Board Organize For Year The Central Valley Federal Land Bank and Production Credit Associations Board of Directors reorganized during its recent April meeting at the corporate headquarters in Winchester. The Board re-elected Hugh F. Dailey, of Winchester, a cattle farmer as its Joint Chairman. Edgar A. Leatherman, an or- :chardist from Purgittsville, W. Va., was elected as Vice Chairman of the Boint Board. Alfred L. Snapp, Sr., a local orchardist, was re-elected as President of the Federal Land Bank Association. Howard A. Duncan of Front Royal, was elected as Vice President. The Production Credit Association re-elected Wood- stock cattleman, ,Paul L. Swecker, as its President. P. T. Mclntire, beef cattle producer from White Post, will serve as Vice President of the PCA. Robert Carpenter of Stephens City, and Lonie Eaton of New MarkeL served on the PCA Board for the first time following their election at the recent stockholders meeting. J. Ken- neth McDonald, of Martinsburg, was also serving at his initial FLBA meeting as a result of his election at the Annual Stockholders meeting. Serving farm and rural resident members in Frederick Clarke and Warren Counties will he Charles W. Sutphin and Roger Crosen, Assistant Managers, and Ernest Propst, Field Representative. Assistant Manager, Lucy A. Boyer, conlinues to manage the Woodstock branch office along with Rex Wightman, Field Representative. The Woodstock branch serves Shenandoah and Page Counties. The Martinsburg branch office serving Berkeley, Gai Oden Named "Loyalty Day" Queen Miss Gall Oden, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden, of Harpers Ferry, had the honor April 30 of being named as the second "Loyalty Day Queen" in Jefferson County at the third annual Loyalty Day program presented in the auditorium of the Wright Denny School in Charles Town, by Jefferson Memorial Post No. 3522, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post and Auxiliary. Gaff, a student at Harpers Ferry Junior High School, and a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidwiler, and Nellie M. Oden, was selected for the honor on the basis of her family's participation in the county and com- munity and also on her activities in her school and community. Congressman Itarley O. Staggers of this second Congressional District. who was one of the key speakers on the program, is shown doing the coronation honors by placing the silver tiara upon the head of the new Loyalty Day Queen. (Photo by William Harner) is managed by Assistant Managers Wayne W. Carbaugh and Allen Ashton. The local Associations had reached a record loan volume of $36 million outstanding (luring 1977. BAKE AND RUMMAGE SALE Members of the Murrill Hill United Methodist Church will hold a bake and rummage sale on May 19-20 at the corner of East Liberty and Samuel Streets in the building that was formerly the old Ford Garage, and more recently the Laundry Mart. The and last until everything is sold. On sale will be all kinds of baked goods, candy and a lot of new and used clothing, shoes and various other items. Persons having any articles for either the bake or rummage sale. they wish to donate, should call Lester W. Dillow, at 725-7702. LEETOWN HOMEMAKERS TO MEET MAY 16 Leetown Homemakers Ex- tension Club will meet Tuesday, May 16. at 10:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Leona Hamilton. sale will begin each day at 9:30 Please bring craft items for the sate and a bag lunch. . - Jefferson and Morgan Counties,