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May 11, 1978

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Choir Festival Is. Set Sunday and Handbell choirs of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Raymond Frazier, will present their annual Spring Choir Sunday, May 14, at 7:30 p.m. Choir, made up of boys and girls in grades 1, 2 and 3, will present Various instruments will be used and six choir members will Parts to sing. the year, the Bethlehem Choir, grades 4-7, has studied three Bach, Handel and Mendelssohn. They will sing an anthem as anthems by modern composers. Westminster Choir will also sing an anthem by Handel, and Several modern composers. Choir, pictured above, has performed often in Jefferson in their several selections is a medley of patriotic songs Performed during the bicentennial celebration. They will also of the choirs' anthems. A special feature will be solo hand- by Laura Dorsey. will be organist for the service and Laura Dorsey will be the is invited to the service and to refreshments afterward in Me- Fellowship Hall. Park Awarded Grant To Be Development Panhandle nership Grant of $90000 to and supplement the development of Economic Development Com- pany, received a letter from Governor Rockefeller on was keen. J. R. Hawvermale, executive director of the Region 9 Council, expressed his disappointment that the Eastern Panhandle received such a small portion of the available funding. The ten unfunded projects in the three counties were of considerable importance locally and regionally but apparently were not viewed as such at the state level. Hawvermale stated that alternative funding sources would have to be sought for the ten projects not honored by the Governor's awards. AAAAAAA AAA AA AAAAAAA ..... vvv v vvvvvvvvv  HOSPITAL NOTES .vV   vv  vvvvvvv Patients admitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital May 1 through May 6 included: Thomas Weisenburg, Kear- neysville. Eva Twyman, Harpers Ferry. Osborne Smith, Ransom Perry Thorton, Charles Town. Thelma Bartlett, Harpers Ferry. Gene Woodward, Ranson. Stanley Long, Harpers Ferry. Father Milford Bell, Kear- noysville. Donna Jenkins, Harpers Ferry. Richard Hess, Boonsboro, Md. Kathleen Snyder, Bakerton. Charles Goods, Ranson. Kendra Reynolds, Charles Town. Sandra tang, Charles Town. Cornelia Goens, Shenandoah Junction. Alice Bttshong, Charles Town. Charles Allen, Harpers Ferry. Nancy Nicholson, Charles Town. Richard Peterson, Ranson. Rebecca Harris, Ransom Raymond Betancourt, Wednesday announcing the Charles Town. award. JEDECO is the agency Leonard Patricia Young, developing the industrial Charles Town. facility. When completed it is Lillian Whittington, Ranson. expected that an additional 1000 Mamie Dodson, Charles Town. jobs will be created by the Mary Nicewarner, Charles development of the industrial Town. park. Herbert Slusher, Ranson. Shepherdstown Junior High Honor Roll For 5th Term The Shepherdstown Junior High School faculty has released the fifth six weeks Honor Roll students. They are as follows: 7TH GRADE Dana Clark, Ray Cun- ningham, Francis Daniel, Cathy Farmer, Judy Forsythe, Ronda Frost, Cassie Hart, Jennifer Headings, Carlton Holmes, David Housden, Rob Hoxton, Jeanne Ingalls, Kenneth Jenkins, Sherry Keiter, Nadine Ledford, Wendy Lee, Deidre LeMaster, Lori Mason, Karen Miles, Matt Miller, Diane Mueller, Sara Potts, Shannon Price, Jared Scheerer, Billie Shackleford, A. J. Shiben, Robin Slonaker, Michael Smith, Evelyn Townes, Chris Walls, Don Wert, Brett Wilmore. 8TH GRADE Dennis Hough, all A's; Todd Banks, Marty Barron, Todd Basore, Orpha Bittinger, Joe Burwell, Lee Carper, Kevin Carter, Gary Coy, Todd Geary, Jeanine Hammond, David Hanak, Mark Hayes, Debbie Hedge, Donna Hill, Sonja James, Scott Kemp, Brett Morris, Doug Ogden, Karla Rauch, Mike Renner, Charlene Roman, Craig Simpson, Denise Smith, Lydia Starliper, Andy Taylor, Barry Vitez, Beth Wanger, Jamie Youler. 9TH GRADE Karl Bates, John Hooper, Annabel Wait, all A's; Andrew Banks, Thomas Boyle, Crystal Brady, Mary Margaret Colston, Valeri Cramer, Elizabeth Daniel, Tom Diehl, Lisa Dunn, Billy Fritts, Scott Goff, Colleen Lewis, Julia Morris, Todd Rauch, Greg Shanton, Laura Wanger, Steve Weigel, Terry Weisenburg, Ross Wilmore. SPECIAL ED: Vincent Allen. Jeanetta Pierson, Bakerton. Gladys Banker, Charles Town. Jessica Taylor, Ranson. Samuel "Brooke" Blackford. Father Lambert Stack, Charles Town. Owen Ruffner, Ranson. Maynard Burke, Ranson. Linch Crum, Harpers Ferry. Bertha Cole, Charles Town, John Grady, Harpers Ferry. Thelma Clipp, Charles Town. Paula Webb, Frederick, Md. Dorothy Grubbs, Phoenix, Arizona. Janet Benjamin, Kear- noysville. William Ambrose, Knoxville, Md. Phoebe Powell, Kearneysville. Elsie Painter, Charles Town. Clarence ROy, Kearneysvflle. Evelyn Gfllikin, Brunswick, Md. Anna McKinney, Charles Town. Rosa Kidwiler, Ranson. Eric Waggy, Charles Town. became red and swollen shut. It looked pretty painful to me but she was not complaining too much. The club is readying things for opening day - pool all taken care of- new swing set will be put up any day now - Club House is being cleaned - and Tennis Courts will he repaired. Rita and John Brady hope to he in their nice new home in about two months. There is still a lot to be done but they can do them and live with it at the same time. Mr. Cummings, our mail carrier, is still not back to work. We miss him and hope that he recoveres soon, The three new houses that Mr. Conklyn is putting up are really moving right along. It won't he long I suppose before they are occupied. Everyone is talking "garden" now so I guess we'll have our share of sore hacks but the SPIRITOFJEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 15 THURSDAY, MAY 11. 1978 VOICE OF DEMOCRACY WINNER IS RECOGINZED AT "LOYALTY DAY" Cynthia Jo Reese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese, of Shepherdstown, is shown above being honored for her fine showing in local, district and state competition in the recent "Voice of Democracy" contest sponsored state and nationwide by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Miss Reese was the winner in the local com- petition for which she was presented a $25.00 Savings Bond. Then she went on to finish first again in the Fourth VFW competition for which she was also presented a $25.00 Savings Bond and she finished 10th in state competition and was presented a trophy. In the picture, Lois Mackey, who headed up the 'Voice of Democracy contest for the VFW Auxiliary on the local level, is shown presenting Miss Reese her state trophy, while Glenn Knott, Commander of VFW Post No. 3522, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post, and Mrs, Beverly Jones, president of the Auxiliary, look on. (Photo by William Harner) results will nlake it all worth while. Hope to see all of our members at Open House. And e'en while fashion's brightest arts decoy, The heart, distrusting, asks if this be joy. When it comes to an appropriation bill. with money for voters and those who can influence votes, the majority forgets economy Region 9, the Bardane Industrial Park in The Bardane project was the Gerald Long, Charles Town. Laura Haynes, Charles Town. from the Jefferson County. only one funded by Governor James Thornton, Harpers Rose Corso, Cahrles Town. I I ce that the Francis Frye, president of Rockefeller in the Eastern Ferry. BIRTHS ! h ns Elwood Plotner, Kear ar a Part JEDECO, the Jefferson County Panhandle. Eleven applica "o - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moon, Word Mobile Home Soles HAS IT ! ' -- .... " -- n ' m I had been filed from the three- eyswlle. Charles Town, a son born May 2. c t Juha McAtee, Charles Town m m===,-, = aunties in Region 9 to compe e Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, NOW ON DI SPLAY  | mmm  . 1 for the $5 million appropriated John Moler, Ranson. Charles Town, a daughter born alP! X IV'  ! fl llL IB l I 1 1 I by the State Legislature for Evelyn Snyder, Kearneysville. May 4. 1  'I Laura McCarty, Ranson kUIilr l  I fiscal year 1978 economicl . Mr. afidMrs. Marvin Stultz, WithReal -[IF 1 Darlene Wolfe, Ranson !iB r m-L El L 1 1 development. The State received Brownsville, Md., a son born I 1 'qB  I I I requests for funding of 2371 Pauline Ott, Harpers Ferry. May 5. I Betty Thompson, Ranson II ' I projectsstatewide, totaling$341Ronert ..... Henry, unarles Town'- Mr. andmrs. JamesBowlin, WOODBURNING ....  | d qP 1  F 1 I million dollars so competition I ert He, Charles Town. Harpers Frry. a daughter born ar I00v May6. 'REPLACE - 5- ......... UllIIg " , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hargett, F ! Middletown, Md., a son born "' ' May7. I SpeC, AL I I" 'i I ===================== I ON SALE I I NOW ON SALe ! ! BLUE RIDGE ACRES I DOUBLEWIDE LESS THAN l I 14 And 12' Wides l I In Th,s Issue I I .o;,,;, l'ime ]:; LibbYDial 725925Cper  ! I 2 And 3 Bedrooms [ ! (:'rcumstonces Beyond our Control the I I For Sarina Cleanin-, ',l [ * $16,995.00 * nSareNot Ava'flableatPeoplesNo. 100. I I "" "r""'o ..v.., @ ./,,,., ?..%%%%%%%%%7CCCCCC S.ERVED TOLIMffOtlANTfl'/E$ I i _. Le! Us Trim Your Trees.e" :, We have been having some sad WARD MOBILE HOME SALES, INC l . J I Shrubbery, or Rake Your Lawn "" times in here lately losing our friends and neighbors, and last week we lost Charlie Kerner. He ' Flatwar? Set '6.9911 :_ FRE E F, STIMATES 667.2354 or 667-2358 --| 2624 Valley Ave. New and Used Dealer No. 1808 Winchester, Va. I tatoe Chips 49' [ J Shenendoah Tree Service waS amemberPermanentof thereSidentBoardandaof 1 =-  1 Charles Town, W. Va.-- Phone: 725-2306 Directors. We extend our ,,.,,,, ,..,;. sympaOy*o00az00,w00o,ote0000s r"--'- ,"-7-"1 Q i :"-  I Removing... Topping Bracing to remain among us. r N ....... Well, my Scout has finally ESS  I Caviiabling- MAY 1]21. arrived and , am sure to heal, [ ROS]EN,S I [ ,le Douche 9. I ,,, w. WAS,,,O,,. set for Winter driving. I like it ' u, ,, , but it does take some getting IN DOWNTOWN CHARLES -. used to because it handles dif- IIIIIiIlll CHARLES TOWN I P0sable Shaver 37' It f ......... '- ....... 11 " ferent from anything I have II / I!PoPLs goes to print Mary Bell, Lil Nii $2.47 J  and returned from Ocean City, ,/ff/f Md. A little shakedown cruise. tun Lotion Thelma and Earl Newton are Slice Toaster $10.77 they annually winter and so that LADLES RAPII Lovely I BottemakeSGault"TheisSeasn"also backfficial'from SUMMER DRESSES I I On o.,', II Pegnmr Sets I -ume " - -,om,,ac, s3.0 0 |lu, | =. -, _=')- A Great Selection I I ..... |I Gown & Robo | Florida, she flew down to spend FOR ! I uay pro, it o.U,o. = w,,,l ?Sal 0 a few daysand to drive some I" I friends back up north. MOTHER I I I Delight MOTHER. | Lady Bu n ,u..ll I I .A gnat bit her and !t 13,.$28 [ Be) I ON NYLON STYLES l Rose Stick Pin $3.47 I/ I / .... It I = . , _ , .o,.o..,.o, ,. Hospital CARDIGAN I , [ ... , WATCHES $15.9911 I 1 " 1 bills, SWEATERS // " II I,! Wecan help F|GURFiTSL'[ l - hurt! Gr.tforMom.Whites, I I ,,.l,,..,ho, ..., I. I lli',ii I oo% .yl. I. o,o,.d o.I WITH AS A Variety of Knits I a il\\; / Lace Trimmed Styles I ease the pain! W'II.ABL|i.AT|RINW|EK [J 'k " I "" / " wo.,.,oo c.. FROM S 1 3**  oo oo any Inconvenience I/ I ! 1., ..'7,,,__ I :::';:':;':;::'='":"' Spring & Summer / ./Ii'!171t"'. / ] auseour Customers I/ I I 1 HANDBAGS / IP" / LADIES SHELLS / A Grmfl Sel'ion / l/ l / ,. --. , ..... / _ Sincerely, / ! L' / FeidleldendMainl,-- ] ,0."'.,%:; .":.,,'., ANDALS ! ,.., ,==,,. ,,... ..,.i,, r | o,.,. ,;  LADLES PAJAMAS NA'nONW|DE ..MOI'H|R.InA / ...,,,w.,,.,=..,, / ',",,.,,.=.. vor, o WOe =tlP / 99 99 / $4 to --'=,:::::o=== $6" s oo I s I o 16 SHOPPING CENTER I I I We're sorry for any I 'X  INSuRANCE , W 12 ,I s3" Town, W.Vo. / -_ we may have caused youl , ""&''': ';'":..oL"'