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IN SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE w THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 TED CLARK BAND WITH CONNIE Air Guard Big Band Dance Set June 24th The Ted Clark Band, shown above, will be featured when the 167th Tactical Airlift Group, West Virginia Air National Guard, Martinsburg, Wl Va., hosts a dance at its base on June 24, from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. The band, featuring singer Connie Twigg, plays the music of the Big Band Era, including the sounds of Glenn Miller, the Dorsey-brothers and various other bands of the 30's, 40's and 50's. Tickets for the event are priced at only $5.00 per couple and are available by contacting Marvin Yurish, Thomas Burke or Paul Gibbons at the ANG Base, which is located at the Eastern West Virginia Regional Airport near Mar- finsburg. Call 304-263-0801 Monday through Friday or mail your ticket request, money and return address to ANG Dance, 167th Tactical Airlift Group, West Virginia Air National Guard, Eastern West Virginia Regional Airport, Mar- finsburg, W. Va., 25401. "l SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 EXT. HOMEMAKERS HAVE MEETING The Summit Point Extension Homemakers met on Thursday evening at "Stone Fels", the home of Mrs. Donald Leslie near Middleway with 18 members present. The meeting was called to order by the president and was opened with devotions led by Mrs. Russell Druscbel. At their conclusion the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and a report was made by the president. A number of items of business were discussed and the group votes to complete two of its objectives; to provide a scholarship to Camp Frame, the 4-H camp near Hedgesville, and to continue sending ten dollars to Care. Attention was called to the spring meeting of the Jefferson County clubs which will be held at the Com- munity Center on May 23; the area meeting to be held in Hardy County in June and to other upcoming events. At the conclusion of the business meeting, the evening was given over to re-organizing the club for the 1979 club year. Lessons and lesson leaders were decided upon, hostesses, co- hostesses and devotional leaders were determined and each member was assigned to serve on a committee. These Com- mittees met to discuss and establish the clubs objectives in the new year, after which the meeting was adjourned. During the enjoyable social hour which followed, .a quiz based on Mother's Day was won jointly by Mrs. Lawrence DeHaven and Mrs. William Hale and refresh- ments were served by the hostess and her co-hostess, Mrs. William Wysong. Before taking their departure the group en- joyed a tour of Mrs. Leslie's home. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Clifford Rowland were her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Eggborn of Bolivar and her sister-in-law, Miss Hester Rowland of Winchester, Va. On Wednesday she celebrated Mother's Day early with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Rowland and children of Hagerstown, Md., who arrived with a completely prepared dinner since they would be unable to visit with her on Sunday. On Thursday, Mrs. Rowland visited with her mother, Mrs. Bonn Crim at the Jeffersonian Manor. Miss Dianne Brown of Davenport, Iowa, arrived here last week to spend the next two weeks visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron and their son. On Saturday, the Camerons and their houseguest motored to Washington, D.C., to spend the day visiting at the Smithsonian Institute, the Capitol, the Zoological Garden and other places of interest. On Sunday, they were visitors at the home of Mr. Cameron's mother, Mrs. Frank Cameron in Millville. At the 101st annual convention of the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia, held at Fairmont, W. Va., the Rev. David G. Wood was elec{ed to serve on the Diocesan Council. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson and son were Mr. Wade Wharton and Miss Flora Price of Charles Town and visiting with them on Sunday was Mr. Johnson's brother, Mr. Alfred Johnson of Charles Town. Mrs. Johnson and her mother, Mrs. Bentley Rudolph of Charles Town were dinner guests recently at the home of Mrs. Beulah Whetzel and her family in Shady Acres near Middleway. The 6th grade students of the South Jefferson Elem. School travelled to Washington, D.C., by chartered bus on Monday of last week to spend the day at the Smithsonian Institute where they visited the Air and Space Center, the museums of History, technology and other interesting and educational displays. Mrs. William Hale was among the mothers who accompanied the group on the tour. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest .Rudolph and sons, and Mr. Jack Pondur of Charles Town, celebrated Mother's Day by having dinner together at the Steak House in Martinsburg where they were joined during dinner by the Rev. and Mrs. David Wood, and daughters. Mrs. Jake Frye of Charles Town was a guest on Mother's Day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jackson and son of Middleway were guests Saturday at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee and visiting with the McKee's on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oft and daughter of Kearneysville and Mr. and Mrs. I Edward McKee, Jr., and family of the Green Acres Trailer Court. Mark Rudolph spent Monday night and Tuesday visiting with Dwayne Frazier at his home in Ranson. In celebration of Mother's Day Mrs. Elwood Cheshire was entertained at dinner on Sunday by her children at the Lord Loudon Inn in Leesburg. Those On Saturday, May 6, at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, they played "My Old Kentucky Home," the starting gate sprang open and the "Run For The Big Racers" Begaz,. On the Following Tuesday, May 9, in Jefferson County, West Virginia, daylight came, the election polls opened and nine "horses" lunged forward in the "Run For the Court House Door." It was a great race. And to the seven other horses, I would like to say "THANKS" for the good, clean and hard race you ran. There was no cutting across, no bumping, no bugging in or out on the turns and no fouls called. To these seven male horses I would like to say THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR ELECTION SPOR- TSMANSHIP. To the only "FILLY" in the race Mrs. Reva Mickey .- you gave it all you had from the beginning and ran your heart out in the stretch, only to lose by one-short heart-breaking length at the wire. To Reva I bow and take off my hat for your fine election race and near successful finish. Thanks Again To One And All "Chis" Strider, Jr. may 18. IT Friendship Fire Company Receives New Equipment The Friendship Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company of Harpers Ferry-Bolivar received some new rescue and extrication equipment last week. On band for the presentation was Stuart Hartle, Regional EMS coor- dinator for Region 9 Planning and Development Council; J. Thomas Mentzer, president of the Jefferson County Com- mission and a member of the Eastern Panhandle Regional Planning and Development Council; Region 9 General Membership; and Alvin Manuel, chief of the Friendship Rescue 'unit. The equipment, a ten-ton poortapower unit, was provided on a 50-50 funding basis between the Friendship squad and the gathering for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Cheshire and daughter, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Cheshire and daughter of Berryville; their daughter, Mrs. Deborah Lockwood and children of Middleway, and their s0n-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Karl DeHaven. Members of the Busy Bees 4-H Club held a workshop at the Baptist Church on Saturday, gathering there to make posters on good grooming for the County 4-H Field Day which will be held at the Community  Center on Saturday, May 20, from 9:20 a.m. until 3 p.m: Mrs. Lawrence DeHaven, Mrs. Juanita Marsh, Mrs. William Hale and Mrs. Gene Bane were among those at- tending the quilt show held in Harpers Ferry on Friday. Miss Karen Stamey was in- ducted into the Spanish Honor Society in an induction ceremony held at the Jefferson High School on Sunday. Following the program the in- ductees were entertained at dinner. The Youth Group of St. John's Episcopal Church in Rippon and the Church of the Holy Spirit, accompanied by the Rev. and Mrs. David Wood and daughters spent Saturday at King's Dominion near Richmond, Va. Doug Stamey was an over- Extension Homemakers Hold Meet At Bardane State Office of Emergency Medical Services under the The Jefferson Extension Community Emergency Medical Homemakers met for their May Service Assistance Program 2nd meeting with ten members (CEMSAP). This equipment is present at the Community essential in the extrication of Center, Bardane. victims from auto accidents. Mrs. Paul Holden, president, The R&E equipment opened the meeting with the distributed yesterday is only pledge to the flag, and for the part of what has been requested devotions used a reading and more will be arriving soon. "Contentment" by Edgar Guest, The new equipment Was secured followed by prayer. in conjunction with the EMS This was a planning meeting Extension Homemakers meeting is Wednesday, June 14. Reservations for lunch, $4.25 per person, must be made by June I, to Mrs. Robert McGarry, Shenandoah Junction, 25442. A sack lunch was enjoyed at noon with the Friendship gift won by Mrs. Grady Owens, Jr. Chadty Trail Ride arrange for Riders can a.m. on the Bridge. trailers, and allowed before. Signs v each rider will the route. must have Coggins Test. There is an The trail ride is project the Easter are )ledges for the ridden. For formation, call Easter Seal Avenue, or phone member Joan 4799. program in Region 9 and for the new club year. Lesson OnSunday, June4, the historic through the efforts of Stuart topics and hostesses were C&O Canal and the Natidnal Hartle, EMS coordinator for selected. Committee chairmen Antietam Battlefield will be the Region 9. Region 9 is part of the named were: Family Life, Mrs. setting for a 25-mile marathon Northeastern Regional EMS David Wilt; Health and Safety, trailride, sponsored for the third area (NERAM) which consists Mrs. Harris Tomlin; Crafts, year by the Washington County of the counties in the planning Mrs. Alvin Russell; Citizenship- Sheriff's Equestrian Posse. and development Regions 8 and International relations, Mrs Horseriders of all ages are in- 9. James Taylor; Cultural Arts, vited to participate. Each rider Tax credit ; Mrs. Grady Owens, Jr., and must provide his own mount and school parentS night guest Friday at the home Public Information, Mrs. Norval of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph Johnston. and family. Also visiting there Several items in the club on Tuesday of last week was constitution were discussed and Mrs. Charles Nagley and Sunday will be adopted at the next they had as their guests, Mr. meeting. Contribution was given Rudolph's mother and sister, to Special Olympics, and a Mrs. Bentley Rudolph and Mrs. scholarship to a Four-H member Ulis Johnson. for Camp Frame. A letter of Their friends in the cam- thanks was read from Mrs. munity are happy to hear that Mary Ritter for the memorial the Rev. and Mrs. John Verburg given in honor of her mother, are the parents of an 8 pound son Mrs. Raymond Virts. "Happy born Monday in the Jefferson 'Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Ver- Marion Sousa and also best burg and her son are both doing wishes extended to her as she _._.. fine and have returned to their leaves for her new residence in We Are Also Featuring home in Hidden River where,vo Lumberton, N.J. sisters and three foster sisters Mrs. Paul Holden, club A Fine Line & Vorie' awaited the new arrival, president and also County Council president,' attended the FRESH MEATS ESM Emergency Aid annual Spring Conference at Jackson's Mill, April 24-26, the A t LOW PRI theme of the program being Act Advisor Group "The Total You." LEETOWN MAR Members were reminded of the county Spring meeting, May Located in The Heart of LeetOcS To Meet May 31st =rd, at 9:20 at Community Center, nardane, with a covered MAY,8-,T Phone: 725- 2352 dish luncheon. The Keyser Area The Advisory Council of the Emergency School Aid Act (ESAA)will meet Wednesday, May 31, in the Board Room at the Jefferson County Board of Education offices. Evaluation of the FY 78 project will be discussed and the FY 79 project will be discussed in detail. All members are urged to attend and the public is invited. MARGARET R. HARRIS and OPEN UN NEW MAN The Leetown Market Is Now Featuring Fresh Seafoods Week This Week Our Feature Is TROUT ... CRABS ... THANK YOU ... JEFFERSON C FREDERICK O. BYRER Appreciate Your Votes May 18 1-T. May 9 I publicly wish to express my sincere appreciation to you the voters of Jefferson I am most grateful to all who worked for, ar ported my candidacy for Re-election as Commissioner. No Candidate could have asked for better and Voter participation. And I assure you I tinue to work to give all the people of County the best County Government Possible. J.T. (Tom) MAY 18- IT ESTATE SALE To settle the estate of Catherine Zepp Douglass, located on 516 West John Street, Martinsburg, W. Va. WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1978 BEGINNING AT T2.'O0 NOON ANTIQUES AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Blue velvet Victorian chairs and couch, set of cane bottom straight chairs, inlaid end tables, nest of tables, sets of brass candlesticks and candelabra, 6 piece sterling silver service, lot of extra sterling silver pieces, service for 12 Rosebud Chintz china, service of 8 Hail and Lustre ware, 2 small brass stands, 4 brass lamps, cherry dropleaf table and end stands, Hamilton mantle clock, pictures and picture frames, round oak pedestal table, handmade wooden trays, several reed chairs, credenza, deacon's bench, telephone stand and chair, several gold framed mirrors, oval mirror, brass tray, round DR extension table, 2 mahogany servers, 7 needlepoint ladies' chairs, gentlemen's rocker, radio and record player comb., spool coffee table, mahogany drop leaf end table, mahogany cabinet, mahogany couch, brass candle snuffer, bookcase, brass bridge lamp, twin pineapple beds, highboy, 3 over 4 w-antique pulls; antique shaving stand, 4 chests of drawers, several bed stands, 3 record and TV stands, sewing cabinets, antique stool and lot of old books, Steeple clock, beige LR chairs, TV's; 2 over 4 chest, dresser w-Queen An- ne's legs, dressing table w-bevel edge mirror, mahogany pOster bed, dresser, 2 drawer spool cabinet, 2 wooden bridge lamps, 2 velvet turquoise chairs, Singer sewing machine, sewing table, desk, cedar chest, blanket chest, towel racks, leather rocker, wicher chairs, hat rack, space heater, electric fan, 2 vacuums, studio couch, adding machine, linens, handmade spread over 100 yeras old, luggage, very .old doll, clothes rack, 2 hickory rockers, slant-top desk, A. C., needlepoint oval frames, chestnut hutch, antique kitchen table, set of copper bottom pans, several sets of china, pewter coffee urn, lot of crystal, fostoria, Frigidaire re.-deep freeze comb. with i cemaker, stepladder, hose, carts, wheel barrow, bag truck, "garden tools, tool cabinets, paint, hose and carrier, jack, mantel shelves, fluorescent lights, etc. RUGS: 18 ORIENTALS, Tabriz picture signed rug 12'.8" x 9'.7", Joshigan 3'.2" x 3'.10", Two Shariz 2'.10" x '10'.8", Sarouk 3' x 6'6", Sarouk 12' x 2'.6" runner, Hossinabad 2'.10" x 20", Three Heriq 1' x 8'.10", Heriq 2' x 2'10". Shariz 9'9" x 2'.8", Sarauk 4'.1" x 2'.2". Sarouk 3'.9" x 12'.10", Ardebil T.6" x 2', Sarouk 8'.6" x 11'.6", Bakhara 3'.9" x 5, Heriq 9'.6" x 11'.12". Auct. Note: This' is the finest group of oriental rugs I've had the op- portunity to sell at one time and I urge those thinking of purchasing rugs of this type, not to miss this sale. Terms of Sale: Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Lunch rights reserved. 4; 1.00 OF ALL 50LB. WAYNE DOG OR 40LB. WAYNE PUPPY S.$o OFF ALL 25LB. WAYNE DOG 3 DAYS O MAY 18th, 19th, & AVAILABLE AT Auctioneer: Edward "Ned" Morrow Clerk: Hensell Guy R. Avey, Jr. PEOPLES SUPPLY Executor of the Estate of CatharineZeppDouglass CHARLES TOWN, W. VA, -,E May 18-2t