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$ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 HOMEMAKERS TEA HELD MAY 7 KEY FIGURES AT EXTENSION The Jefferson County Extension Homemakers Clubs held a tea Sunday, May 7 at the Com- munity Center, honoring National Extension Homemakers Week. The theme, "Onward, Ever Onward" was well displayed by the exhibits from each of the Extension Homemakers Clubs in Jefferson County. A total of 74 signed the guest book and enjoyed the exhibits. Area represen- tative, Mrs. Laura Dasher, Moorefield, was among the afternoon guests. The refreshment table was adorned with a beautiful white cloth and a spring bouquet. Among the key figures who participated in the meeting were those shown above. They are: president, Nancy Holden, left; vice president, Barbara Wheatley, at the punch bowl; and secretary, Kitty Hughes, center. - " :-: - - - _'_'-L RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 . - - _ - Congratulations to Miss Terry Breeden, Mrs. Hazel Rankins, Tommy Ceravalo, Mrs. Barbara Jean Ceravalo and Miss Zola Braithwaite on observing their respective birthdays this week. Mrs. Robert L. McDonough entered the City Hospital in Martinsburg on Friday for observation and tests. Mr. and Mrs. James FriLLs were Sunday dinner guests of the tatter's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman of Mt. Mission. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whit- tington and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Sunday guests at the home of Mr: and Mrs. Tom Pemwell and family in Kabletown. Mr. Terry Carey of Ranson was a Sunday guest of Miss Ginger Penwell. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gardner and children. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns and Mr. Tommy Barton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough. Leo and Katherine Jenkins spent Sunday visiting Leo's brother, Simon, who is a patient in the VA Center Hospital. Mrs. Betty Eusey was a Sunday guest at the home of her parents of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. Miss Theresa Williams spent Saturday at the home of Vicky and Sandra Pipes i Kableto,n. Mrs. Bessy Breeden ac- companied her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Somers and daughter to Mar- tinsburg for Mother's Day dinner on Friday at the Steak House. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Everman and daughter were bests to a mother's day dinner at their home at Shady Acres on Sunday. Among those present were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Penweli. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Whittington and children. Mrs. Louise Somers and daughter, Mrs. Judy Housden of Frederick, and Mr. and Mrs. David Housden and sons of Shenandoah Junction, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. llwood Breeden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicedemus were Saturday night guests of her sister, Mrs. Peggy Hart and family in Berryville. Tommy Ceravalo celebrated his 9th birthday on May 15 and his grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Rankins celebrated her birthday on May 17. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rankins were hosts to a dinner party at their home on Saturday, May 6. Those present were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Rankins, Jr., and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo and children, Miss Maxine Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer, Jr., and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gates, and Mr. and Mrs. Mason McCarty and children. JEFFERSON INN WEEK.END SPECIAL FRIDAY, MAY 19th Lunch Fish, F.F./Cole Slaw, Hot Corn Bread .......................... $1.75 Deimonico Steak Dinner ................. 3,95 Spaghetti w/meat sauce ................. $2.95 SATURDAY, MAY 20th Pancakes, sausage & Coffee (all you can eat until 4 P.M.) ............. $1.95 Lasagne/salad/Hot Garlic Bread .......... 2.95 Delmonico Steak Dinner ................ *.$3.95 Fresh Maryland Crab Cakes Dinner...:.. $5.95 SUNDAY, MAY 21st Baked Swiss Steak, 2 Veg., Sa!ad, Dessert, Hot Bread ............................... $3.95 JEFFERSON INN PHONE: 725- 8296 Rote 9-- CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. PUBLIC SALE Discontinuing cabinet work, I will sell at public sale the following personal property located at 317 N. Lawrence St., Charles Town, W. Va. on: SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1978 Beginning at 10:00 At M. Wrought iron stands, spool stand, small wash stands, other stands, bridge lamps with brass, wrought iron, and cast iron bases; brass desk lamp, Rayo lamp, portable radio, chairs, high chairs, doll baby buggy, iron wheels, doll baby trunk, cheese box, woMen kegs, milk bottles, Berryville and others: dated jars. oil heater, porcelain pie pans, porcelain pitcher and tray, quantity of pottery by Weller, McCoy, Teco, Hull and others: 2 brass blo,;v torches, depression glass, china, occupied Japan; quantity of lumber, Walnut, cherry, rosewood, old pine, and mahogany; veneer; 20 walnut table legs, wood and brass drawer pulls, casters, some porcelain: air compressor with motor, hand saw, coping saws, hack saws, shaper, planer, motors, molding knives, hatchets, planes, squares, clamps chisels, saws, hammers, several pieces of marble, other articles too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash Russell and Myrtle Miller Auctioneer: Paul E, Miller Clerk: N. Clark Furr Not responsible for accidents on property May 18-2t --_ _ _ _ ' _ _ MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring Dial 725-2500 ---_-_-_-_-_-_-_- _-.._- --ffi _ Mrs. Barbara Cape, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Smith attended the graduation of her son and Mrs. Smith's brother, Pvt. Eddie Cape on May 2. Pvt. Cape graduated from the U.S. Marine Corps in Parris Island, S.C. He returned home with his family and spent a ten-day leave. On Saturday he returned to Camp LeJeune, N.C., where he will receive additional training and schooling. The community extends their Sympathy to the family of Mrs. John Dalgarn who passed away in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Thursday, May 11. Services were held on Monday from the Smith and Strider Funeral Home with interment at the Edge Hill Cemetery. The community extends their sympathy to the family of Mr. Walter Moyer who died on Friday, May 12, at the Win- chester Memorial Hospital. Services were held on Monday from the Brown Funeral Home with interment in the Rosedale Cemetery. On Friday, May 19, the South Jefferson Elementary School will have their spring carnival. The public is invited. The Middleway Trailblazers 4- H Club met On April 20 at the home of Tammy Pifer with 13 members present. The meeting was called to order by Adam Howard, president. The County 4-H Round-Up was discussed and Tracey Verburg was selected to represent the club in the talent division. Various money making projects were discussed and it was voted to raffle off a picnic table. ,The members selling the most tickets will win a scholarship to 4-H Camp this summer. The drawing for the winner will be held at Nick's Grocery on May 27 at 6 p.m. Illustrated talks were given by David Hoffman; Pamela Lock- wood on the 4-H motto, colors and emblem, and Cindy Mobley on what 4-H means. The remainder of the meeting was led by Mrs. Deborah Lockwood, organizational leader, who discussed the 4-H project book and activity sheet. The meeting was adjourned and games were then led by the game leader, Pamela Lock- wood. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held May 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Gilbert and Patty Huff. Mrs. James Klunk of Greencastle, Pa., spent Wed- nesday with Mrs. Naomi Barrow. Wednesday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring and Becky, Mrs. Doris Jurek, Mrs. George Gruber, Joey and P.D., Mrs. Rosie Ring, Mrs. Ruth Stevens, Mrs. Anna Gray and Mrs. Naomi Barrow. Hospital bills hurt! We can help ease the pain! Let the hosJIal Cure what all. you; let us held what wornes you Call a Nationwide agent aboul a hOSpltallZalton Plan that Can flelp you Day the Dills, DOMINICK "Wella" FARGO Your Local Jeff. County Agent PH.: 72J$.$814 - 725-8338 , NATIONWIDE INSURANCE aT,onw,oe ,$ Or VOU S*O' Natronwdll MuttJat nsutince ComPllnT Nltlow*de Life Insurlnce Company Mome Office Columbus 0o Four Jefferson Students Enter Gold Horseshoe Ranks Four Jefferson County eighth graders were among 221 students to be dubbed Knights and Ladies of the Golden Hor- seshoe in Charleston May 19.at the State Capitol. The four students are Perry Nicodemus, Charles Town i Junior High; Sandy Singleton, Charles Town Junior High; Michelle Wheeler, Charles Town Junior High; and James Gard- ner, Harpei's Ferry Junior High. In commemoration of the Golden Horseshoe tradition initiated in 1716 by Alexander Spotswood,, governor of the Virginia colony, the West Virginia Department of Education annually honors students from each county and the Schools for the Deaf and Blind in Romney who have scored highest on a test about West Virgin!a prepared by the State Department of Education. Golden Horseshoe Day ac- tivities will include guided tours of the Capitol, the Science and Culture Center and the Governor's Mansion, and an assembly in which the students Congratulations to Rev. and Mrs. John L. Verburg on the birth of .their son, born on Monday, May 8 at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The little one has been named John Lamburtus Verburg, Jr., and weighed 8 Ibs. and 3 oz. at birth. At the family welcomed the little one home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray White, Debbie, Connie and Tammy, attended the graduation of their son and brother, Pv. William W. White, Jr., on May 2. Pvt. White graduated from the U.S. Marine Corps in Paris Island, S.C. He returned home with his family and spent a ten-day leave. On Saturday, he returned back to Camp LeJeune, N.C., where he will have eight weeks schooling and training. Mr. Eddie Gardner, Mr. Bertie White, Mr..Bob White of the village, and Mr. Wayne Jackson from Harpers Ferry, enjoyed a fishing trip the past weekend at Cape Hattera, North Carolina. They brought back a lot of fish! P.F.C. Charles "'Rusty" Shirley from Camp LeJeune, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Knighten of Hagerstown, Md., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Gray and family. will meet the members of the Board of Public Works. Speakers during the morning session will be Governor Rockefeller, Senate President W. T. Brotherton, Jr., State Superintendent of Schools Daniel B. Taylor and Y. David Baker, Administrative Assistant to House of Delegates Speaker Donald L. Kopp. In the afternoon, the state superintendent of schools will confer knighthood" upon' the students and also upon seven educators who have made outstanding contributions to the Golden Horseshoe and the West Virginia studies program. In the first ceremony in 1930, 87 students from 46 counties were named Knights and Ladies of the Golden Horseshoe. This year's winners include two students selected from each county and one from the Schools for the Deaf and Blind at Romney. The remaining 110 students were prorated .by county according to the county's eighth-grade student population. i i Mrs. Naomi Barrow had the misfortune of fracturing her ribs while cranking the lawn mower. She, was treated and released at the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones honored their daughter Kathy on her 3rd birthday on Sunday, May 7, with a birthday party. Those helping Kathy to celebrate were Jeffrey, Mark and Matthew Jones, Mr. and Mrs. David Liskey and children, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jones and children and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones, of Mar- tinsburg. Kathy had a Raggedy Ann cake and refreshments were served. Her grandmother, Mrs. Edith Jones of Mar- tinsburg, also visited with her this past week. Mr. and Mrs. harry Shirley, Jr., honored their son Scan with a birthday party celebrating his 6th birthday on Saturday. Along with Sean's sister Lisa. those helping to celebrate were Alvin Lewis. Heather Andrews, Christina Lewis, Billy Vincent, George Lewis, Michelle DelColle, Brian Lewis, Renee Mills, Tyrone Cook. Dwaine Underwood, Mrs. Velma Lewis, Mrs. Carl Pierson and'Mrs. DelColle. The children spent the afternoon playing games. refreshments consisted of a clown cake, ice cream and fruit punch On Sunday he was honored with an alligator cake at We Care About Your Family We keep your pharmaceutical records on file.., refer to them when needed. In our business, accuracy and speed is a must! You can depend on us. STUCK&ALGER Pharmacy, Inc. DIAL 725-2621 -- Charles Town HOURS: Daily 8:30 a.m. to l0 p.m. Sunday 12 to 1:00 p.m. i Congratulations...... and Thanks...... ! extend my congratulations to the winnin candidates and condolences to the losers who worked long and hard and helped make our democrttic system work. My appreciation extends to those who supported me and nntlerstanding for those who could not. My only motive now and as bejbre is to maintain and ira. prove the quality of life in Jefferson (ountv. JAMES LOUTHAN MAY 18 - IT ii III i I F II i the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry.Shirley, Sr. Mrs. William Friend, Anessa and Scott, spent the past week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hamner and other relatives in Parson, W. Va. Mr. Friend drove up Friday and spent the weekend. All returned home Sunday. Class Number 6 at the Mid- dleway U.M. Church presented a special program for Mother's Day. The men opened the program with a song sung to the mothers, followed by two songs by the children. Mrs. Mary Rears read a poem followed by the young ladies' class singing. The flower for the special mother was presented to Mrs. Janet White and flowers were sent to two shut-in mothers, Mrs. J. S. Barnes and Mrs. Albert Anders. - _ ----- = -: KEARNEYSVILLE Mrs. Wallace Welsh Dial 876-6845 Mrs. Salome Sturgis returned home from a three week's vacation. She spent a week visiting a cousin, Virginia Sturgis in Lakeland, Fla., and calling on friends in Gulfport and Largo. From there she was a guest for a week with her cousin, Carolyn Spragne in Miami, where she remarked the ! weather was hot and the humidity was unbearable. On her way home she enjoyed a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Earl White in Easten, Md., who celebrated her 84th birthday. Mrs. Sturgis remarked on the pretty weather while she was gone, but was a surprise here at home, rain! Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard were Mr. and Mrs Donald Hilliard and sons, Hagerstown; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson and sons, Engle; Mr. and Mrs. James Manor and Kelly, and Henry Walters. Callers were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Warfield David Hamstead, Oxon Hill, Md., spent Mother's Day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Hamstead. Members and guests of the Grace United Church of Christ enjoyed a covered dish supper Sunday to honor their Mothers. Grandmothers and Aunts. Ray Walls gave grace before the bountiful meal was served. Following was a program under the direction of Anna Mary Willingham, Ginger Stanley and Barbara Kenney with ac- companiment on the piano by Mrs. Carol Hite. A welcome was given b.y Dougie Hall. A delightful monologue, "Ode to Mother", was presented by Linda Walls. From the youngest to the oldest children, stood and spoke of the "Reflections of a Mother" with words from her children, ages 5-25. A lovely song, "Faith of our Mothers" = =: 10,000 homes, and lightning strikes mine!" That's the value of insurance - small premiums from many insureds pay the devastating losses that a few will suffer. At Moore Insurance and Realty Company Washington, Alexander and Cooke Agency, we offer to analyze your risks and the insurance you need for moderate protection. Moore Insurance and Realty Company Washington, Alexander and.Cooke Sim.e Ir/O-(arle Tawa. W.V.. II0 North Gc)rg. St.. 725.5115 was sung by all. A reading, "When God Created Mothers", from Readers Digest, was read by Ginger Stanley. The meaning of the letters M-O-T-H-E-R, was recited by the younger youth. The junior choir sang, Happy Mother's Day. Anna Mary Willingham gave the presen- tations of pink carnations to those special mothers and grandmothers and each mother present received a flower. Mrs. Ada Dailey, 86 years old, was presented a flower and a decorated cake. Mrs. Brenda Eisenhart was the youngest mother present. Mrs. Patt Welsh bad the youngest child present; most children present, Mrs. Nora Walls and Mrs. Anna Robinson; youngest grand- mother, Mrs. Virginia Smith. 'Other special mothers were Mrs. Margie Johnston, Mrs. Annabell Burkbart, Mrs. Edith Thomas. Scripture by Susie Walls was today's version of proverbs. All present joined in the song, "Mothers Prayers Have Followed Me." Robin Hite gave the closing prayer Yes, this was a very special day for all those who attended to honor those dearest to them. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Creamer, Dick and Mary Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Ike McDonald and daughters and Ginger Creamer, Chevey Chase, Md., were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and children, Keedysville, Md. Sunday callers of Mrs. Edith Thomas and family were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Walls, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Daugherty, Robin Dilger, Phil, Terry and Brad Cave. Callers of Mr. and Mrs. George Ambrose were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ambrose, Berkeley Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ambrose and Sharon and Mrs. Mary Lou Banks Mrs. Dorothy Thomas and Kenny enjoyed breakfast on Mother's Day with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Thomas, and son Tony. Later for dinner were Tony and his wife Teri. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thomas and children. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Padgett and Jimmie and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thomas and Shelly. Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Russell were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grove and daughters, Mr S. J. Chamblin of Charles Town and Mrs. Carolyn Nichols and Leiah Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welsh were visited by their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welsh and i I il I I11 if TOM i LENNON, I SELLS . 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Jr., Charles Mervin Jackson were Mr. and Mrs. Flowers were altar on Grove U.M. memory of Grove, given Floyd Grove and Mrs. and Mrs. Van Cecil Everhart Harry loving memOrY Larry Buzzar and Mr. Steven son of ,Mr. "Bucky' C baptized Su Grove u.M. Mary Ann Mrs . Sue Saturday and Mrs. son, Mr. and Junior, zard and Mrs. guests Sunday Timothy Fox Glen. Mr. and and family Mrs. Fred Mrs. sharon of Grove and Mrs. Sunday Grove. Mr. and and son with Mr. a] Mr. and and pat Mr.