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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1,3 THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1978 O Here Host Zone Social lbove, from left to right, are Deputy District Governor Fred Butler of ; District Governor Simon Simon, of Salem; Past District Trenary, of Inwood-Bunker Hill; the speaker, Lion James ;tar; Zone Chairman Creighton Propps, of Charles Town; Daryl Johnson, of Charles Town. (Photo by Erroll Leslie) leaders are being by the cam- WElkins told Charles Town. have the more active World," Mr. World and is ! n authority on the Africa. WElkins, the still bent on and time to them. They 0 morals, they they can Their word and nothing. places which 'America's world Panama Canal, Canal, the the other end of l the southern tip "We have just Panama Canal despite Overwhelming were Torrijos is with truck." Still controlled no Spain, in e it back. Egypt Thanks to through the communists and threw the Russians out. At the other end of the Red Sea, the Russians and their Cuban gunslingers are very much involved in the dispute between Ethiopia and Somalia." They already control much of East Mrica and, ac- cording to WElkins, Ambassador Andrew Young is trying to give them the rest of Africa. America depends on eight million barrels of oil daily from the Middle East. This oil must come either through the Mediterranean or around the southern tip of Africa. The Russians are threatening to control both routes. "If they do they will take your car off the road," said WElkins. President Carter has been playing into their hands by not building nuclear power plants, B-1 Bombers, Neutron Bombs & other strategic weapons. WElkins urged area Lions to write their congressmen, senators and the president to let them know they do not like the way America's foreign policy is being con- ducted. The occasion of WElkins' ad- dress was a Zone Social Saturday evening, April 29, attended by Lions from Inwood- Bunker Hill, Charles Town, Harpers. Ferry-Bolivar, Hedgesville, Pikeside, Opequon and Martinsburg. The social hour, dinner and Mr. WElkins' address was followed by a dance with music furnished by the Jefferson High School Jazz Band. Zone Chairman, Creighton Prop, of Charles Town, acted as toastmaster for the evening. ..%%%%%%%%%%%%" KABLETOWN Mrs. Marianna Smallwood Dial 725-5707 On Thursday, May 18th, at 1:30 p.m., the Kabletown Ex- tension Homemakers Club meets with Mrs. J. Edgar Ware, Woodbyrne Farm. Program Planning in which all members will participate will be the topic of the afternoon. Jerry Freeman, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, spent the weekend with his co-worker, Michael Seward and family, Avon Hill. Mrs. Gary Boarman, her iz sons, Chris and Jay of Youngstown, accompanied her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy McKee, of Baden, Pa., for a visit with the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burwell Ware, Woodbyrne Farm. Ginger Penwell, of Rippon, and George David Bayer, who attend the Eastern Panhandle Rehabilitation Center, par- ticipated along with others in the Olympics Field Day. Ginger won second place in the 50 yard dash, first place in the softball throw, and second place in the frisbee :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: SOUTHERN BAPTIST iiii O MISSIONS CONFERENCE i{ MAY. 14th--17th !ii Summ=t Po=nt Baptist Church ly Morning 11:00 A.M. Missionary Speaker Evening Sunday through Wednesday 7:00 P.M. Mission Study 8"00 P.M. Missionary Speaker Charles Town Baptist Church Morning 11:00 A.M. Missionary Speaker Each Even|ng Sunday through Tuesday 7:30 P.M. Missionary Speaker y Evening 6:45 P.M. Mission Study 7:30 P.M. Missionary Speaker ii/i Q- Volght Marian Phillips Charles D. Whitson Thomas Newton Clinkscales Mrs. Carmen Dickey SPECIAL EVENT Saturday MAY 20th 5:00 PM :{il o. :!:! MISSION RALLY iii! .o, Main Street i!:i Bapti,t i!i! tu, Va. ii!i Senior Women See Pictures Of Appalachian Trail Here The April meeting of the Senior Woman's Club convened at the club home on George Street. Mrs. Bernard Barr opened the session with devotions, followed by the minutes read by Mrs. Emery Kable. Frances Vickers gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. Wall, the president, hopes that all members will be able to attend the yearly banquet which will take place at the Jefferson High School with the Jefferson High Jazz Band providing the en- tertainment. Reservations for this event must be in by May 10. Mrs. John Lyter gave a very interesting report about the State Convention of West Virginia Woman's Clubs which was held at the Greenbriar a short time ago. She showed the silver tray which the club won for their part in the health, recreation, safety and beautification in the community. It was noted that the Charles Town club had a part of the distribution of some 62,000 books which were given to the first grade pupils in the county schools. One of the points brought out at the convention was that more help in health matters are needed in outlying districts. It is hoped that more doctors will become interested in just ing the family doctor to serve these needs instead of going into the specialist fields. The club's motto was stressed, which is: sow today, keep together, keep your feet on the ground, and the sky is .the limit. A report from the nominating committee was given by Sara Humston. The following officers were presented to the floor and voted to serve the next two years: Mrs. C. F. Wall, president; Mrs. Robert Wall, first vice-president; Mrs. John Skinner, second vice-president; recording secretary, Mrs. Gaius Brown; corresponding secretary, Miss Louise Everhart; treasurer, Mrs. Frances Vickers, parlimen- tarian, Mrs. Ralph Sheetz. It was further mentioned that the parties at the Knott Rest Home are in full swing and much enjoyed by the guests. Also, it reported that the lending closet sponsored by the club has been very much in use. This includes supplies for those who are ill or disabled and cannot afford to pay for these items. Mrs. Emery Kable had charge of the program. She introduced Les Holmes, executive director of the Appalachian Trail, which extends from Georgia to Maine. A government subsidy has been given recently for further protection of the trail. It is used extensively by hikers and to get to the Appalachian Mountains which are five hundred and seventy million years old. Holmes showed very beautiful and unusual pictures of the trail through all seasons of the year with an abundance of beautiful trees, flora and animals. The hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Ralph Sheetz, Mrs. Emery Kable, Mrs. Robert Wall, Mrs. Elizabeth Ross and Miss Louise Walraven. throw. George David won second in the 50-yard dash, third place in the frisbee throw, third in the softball throw. Mrs. Baker Penwell attended the outing and enjoyed it very much. Sunday afternoon, April 30th, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kenkins observed the third natal an- awersary of their daughter Amy. Those present to enjoy the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. David Palmer, their son Shawn, near Charles Town; Mrs. Stanley Dillow and son Gregory, Mrs. David Clipp, Wendy and Danny, of Berryville; Mrs. Jessie Clipp, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp, Hebe Clipp, Alvin and Roxanna Clipp and A.J. A Winnie the Pooh cake proved the ace of the refreshments which was served along with ice cream, chips and punch. Each child received novelty gifts. Amy received nice gifts in. eluding money. Mrs. Hazel Grimm of Avon diploma in gourmet cooking upon the completion of class study which was held at the Greenbrier Hotel. She en- tertained a group of eighteen friends and neighbors from Avon Bend to test her culinary arts. Mr. Howard O. Bush returned home after visiting his sons, Bob and Sonny Bush and their families of near Martinsburg from Sunday through Thursday. Elmer Pipes, an employee of Suburban Tire Co., Purcellville, Va., severed the right thumb and injured several fingers while at work. He is off from work for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Clouzer of Morgantown, spent several days recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cloud. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Charles McDonald were the Rev. Jeanne Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Don Sours and son Craig, of Martinsburg and Mrs. Clarence visited her sister, Mrs. Grady Owens and family, Summit Point. CollselvatJon's Express V'ews On National Program State Conservationist Craig M. Right of the Soil Conservation Service spoke at a meeting in Romney on Wednesday, April 26, on the federal Soft and Water Resources Conservation Act of 1977. The U.S. Department of Agriculture agency headed by Right in West Virginia is preparing a National Soft and Water Conservation Program which the President will present to Congress in January 1980. The program will guide future federal efforts and will be reviewed every five years. Dave Tuckwiler of Lewisburg, president of the West Virginia Association of SCD Supervisors, presided at the meeting. The soft conservation districts will i ;rA |" i conduct public meetings and use other means to get public sen- timent on various conservation activities. The public meetings to solicit citizen comments will be scheduled for June and July. Another key speaker at the Wednesday session was Dale Zinn, dean of the West Virginia University College of Agriculture and Forestry and a member of the State Soil Con- servation Committee. Conservationists from eastern West Virginia gathered for the meeting. They included Soil Conservation Service district conservationist Gary Stanke who heads the local office in Ransen, and George Heidrich and James Louthan, supervisors of the Eastern Panhandle Soft Conservation Districts in Jef- ferson County. Persons wishing to participate in the public meetings may contact their local SCS office. In Jefferson County it is at 209 East Third Avenue, Ranson, W. Va. 25438, or phone 725-3471. i i i Bridge Winners In Charles Town Play Although not in the same order, all three winning pairs were repeaters at Wednesday night's duplicate bridge contest at the Charles Town Civic Center, supporting the proposition that the duplicate game increases the weighting of skill vs. luck. In first place were Jane and John Duffy; Ralph Borlik-John Allen took second; and Sandy Goodrich- Craig Dodson came in third. The weekly game starts at 7:45 and John Allen is the ACBL certified director. HIJACK SUSPECTS RETtqRN JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -- Six Americans who spent as much as eight years in Cuban prisons after allegedly hijack- ing U,S. airliners surrendered to federal authorities and were taken before a federal judge to face air piracy charges. What goes up.... must be covered! Medical payments during the past three years are up over 49%. The money to pay for these losses comes from the premiums collected. When the services and things that insurance pays for increase dramatically, it follows that the premiums must increase, or t-he money to pay for the losses will not be there. While we cannot control the costs of medical services; and in turn the increased costs sometimes reflected in your premiums, we can offer plans that will help maximize the insurance you get for the cost. Ask your ! Smith-Nadenbousch Insurance agent what's available. M I T H ("'/NA D E N BO U SC H 8 e---...2/.4*az', NC "Everything insured but yesterday" Martinsburg 132 South Queen Street 263-3388 Charles Town Shepherclstown Hgl-Dale Shopping Center 124 East Gerrnan Sheet 725-7081 876-2774 K._ I' i Bend recently received her Smallwood. 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