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114: SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 Michelle Bush In Graduating Class Longwood College; Sen. Byrd Commencement Speaker Miss Michelle Lee Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Linden J. Bush, of Charles Town, was among the 446 seniors of Longwood College in Farmville, Va., who made up the graduating class which held its commencement ceremonies Saturday morning, May 13. Virginia's Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr., was the com- mencement speaker and in his remarks he urged the graduates to "look forward to the future" and its challenges. The three major challenges faced by this Country, Byrd stated, "are to find solutions to continuing high inflation, excessive government intervention and energy dependence." "Of these challenges, I believe inflation is our dominant problem," he said, adding that it is a problem with which all of the graduates must deal. He said that he welcomes President Carter's "concern" .... over the rising inflation rate, which is already running nine percent, but that "government statements are not matched by government action." Byrd pointed out that the government is now "going in the red" more than $1 billion each week. "Because of this," he stated, "I am sponsoring a constitutional amendment to require a balanced budget." Speaking against the in- creasing power of the federal government, Senator Byrd said that the nation "is too large, too diverse, to attempt to dictate local matters from Washington, D.C." Education, in particular, he said, should be locally con- trolled. In regard to the energy challenge, Byrd stated that he cannot support President Carter's energy plan because "it )laces too much reliance on conservation and lacks in- centives for increased domestic production." He urged the graduates to "become involved and work for the goals in which you believe," reminding them that even one vote can make a difference. Miss Bush received the bachelor of science degree in therapeutic recreation. She was graduated cum laude. This was the largest number of graduate degrees to he awarded at Longwood since the graduate program was authorized in 1954. Following the graduation ceremonies a brunch was held in the Blackwell Dining Hall for the graduates, their guests, parents and members of the college faculty. HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo Dial 535-6528 ff...,.._' '- - '- _'-_-_-_-_  _--=,.' The ladies of Engie U.M. Church will sponsor a bake sale on Saturday, May 20, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Harpers Ferry Bolivar Friendship Fire Hall. There will be all kinds of baked goods, jellies and candy for sale. We would like to thank all the good people that baked cakes pies and sweet rolls for the Bolivar Civic Association's bake sale last Saturday. And the golf people at the Harpers Ferry- Bolivar Friendship Fire Hall for uhe use of the hall. TO THOSE WHO SUPPORTED ME THANKS ALLEN R. MARSHALL Mr. and Mrs. Steve Spurloch from Leesburg, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsea on Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring and son, and grandchildren of Middleway; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Creamer and daughters, Miss Taylor of Martinsburg, and Mrs. Anna Belle Creamer and family from Damascas, Md., had Mother's Day dinner on Sunday with Mrs. Hilda Creamer and Mrs. Carrie Donovan. Miss Frances Stauffer from Baltimore, Md., visited in the Harpers Ferry area on Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Landis of Cumberland, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Meleo and son from Silver Spring, Md., and all of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crock's family visited them over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sim- mons from Chevey Chase, Md., and Mrs. Mary Willens from Potomac, Md., visited the Cavalier Farm last Friday and Saturday, and attended the quilt show and buffet luncheon at the Cliffside Restaurant with Mrs. Sarah Cavalier Rush, Mrs. Mary Dalgarn and her mother, Mrs. K. K. Cavalier. Mr. and Mrs. David Jones visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jones and family in Frederick, Md., and took them to dinner at the Dan Dee Restaurant. Mrs. Mattie Singhas and Mrs. Nora Robinson attended the Frederick District U.M.W. spring meeting at Mr. Airy, Md., last Thursday. Mrs. Mattie Singhas, Mrs. Ella Zombro, Mrs. Vontella Meadows and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson from Laurel, Md., had Mother's Day dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Meadows and family. SHEPHERDSTOWN Mrs. Janet Hansen Dial 876-2672 Elmwood Cemetery 'is having a fund raising campaign. John Egle, president, states that the money will be used for road maintenance, tree work and marking unsold lots. It is hoped that lot holders and friends will respond to this appeal by sending contributions to the Treasurer George W. Ambrose, P.O. Box 11, Shepherdstown. The gifts are tax deductible. A. V. Christman has been appointed a director on the Cemetery Board to replace K. Post Osborn, who has resigned. Shepherd Grade and Steam Boat Run residents of all ages, from 6-83, cooperated last week to effect a spring clean up of the Grade road. Joe Wimer and Henry Shepherd provided trucks and all residents are proud of the result. Gary and Robin Wratchford's son is named Jason Wayne, a correction for last week's column. Rev. Margaret Phillimore, interim rector of Trinity Episcopal Parish, was feted at a covered dish luncheon on Sun- day after the 10 a.m. service. Parishoners and friends gathered at the Hafer home where Margie was presented with two albums of pictures of the church, rectory, and scenes cheWahapY ilnpdl of Shepherdstown taken by Dr. Evan Hume. Rev. Win. Kield- sing, the new rector, and his wife, will move into the Rectory this week. 1 Anyone with news call Janet _ _ I I Hansen, 876-2672. I Dscmc ) _ i '/ Join Weight Watchers now and get a dis- count off registration and first meeting fee by enrolling in a participating class on or before May 27, 1978 -- value: $4.00. Attend 10 consecutive weekly meetings between May 8 and August 5, 1978, and get a hardcover gift copy of the brand new Weight Watchers International Cookbook beautifully illustrated and containing over This is the last week you can get a $14.95 gift for learning to lose weight. (Last Day--May 27th) 750 nutritious gourmet recipes from 24 countries. Retail value: $10.95. Learn how to lose weight each week on Today's Weight Watchers Program, eating foods like cheeseburgers with ketchup, real cocal milkshakes, hot dogs, etc., within limits. Lifetime Members, Senior Citizens and Students--call about our special offer for you, too. Offer good in participating areas only/ JOIN US IN OUR 15th ANNIVERSARYcELEBRATION Fo.r Details and Partici0ating Class Nearest You, Call: Zion Episcopal Church.PARISH HOUSE .,,.-,.=,,,,,, ,o,,o,,,;,0,.. 725- 2694 WftGT WATCNIS JOEE REGtSTED TADAS Of WtI7 WATHR$ rTEnNATIONAL tN MAASSE f Nv r WEIGHTWATCNInSTRNMfONAL, Illl ii i ii i i ] ii 1 Mrs, Hinton, Mrs, Kitchen Honored on Their Birthdays Mrs. Harold "Freda" Hinton and Mrs. H. C. "Happy" Kitchen were given a surprise birthday party on Saturday, May 13. Friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitmore, Mrs. Hinton's daughter, at Tuscawilla Hills. Following dinner, the ladies received many lovely gifts. A highlight of the evening was the musical program given by three members of the Youth Alive Group from the Charles Town Baptist Church. Miss Judy Wilt and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Coyle played and sang spiritual songs and hymns for the group. Those attending the party as guests were Mrs. Tom Kitchen, Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kitchen, Parkersburg, W. Va.; grandson and granddaughter of thehonorees; Mr. and Mrs. Scott Whitmore, sons, Jason and Joshua, of Rohrersville, Md.; grandson and great-grandsons of Mrs. Hinton; Mrs. Irene Tiller, Mrs. Margaret Heffner and Mrs. Mary Rutherford, of Charles Town, sister of Mrs. Hinton; Mr. and Mrs. Reed Statler, Martinsburg, sister of Mrs. Kitchen; and Mr. and Mrs. William T. Martin, Laming, Mich., brother of Mrs. Kitchen. Pack 39, Cub Scouts, Has Meeting on Evening of 2 Pack 39, Cub Scouts, held its meeting on May 2 with the Webeios Den opening the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. Awards were given to Paul Adkins, bobcat; Eric Fargo, wolf badge and gold arrow; Chris Davis, wolf badge; Michael Lee, wolf and bear badge and gold arrow; Gerald Davis, wolf badge, bear badge and gold arrow; Chris Hugh, bear badge; Philip Fields, bear badge; Kenneth Benner, bear badge and gold arrow; Devin Walker and Jay Connally, gold arrows; Kevin Viands, gold arrow; Grog Bushman, two silver arrows. Webelos awards went to Trevor Littleton, sportsman, athlete, naturalist pins; Charles Feaster, naturalist pin; Michael Feltner, naturalist and athlete pins; Tommy Smith, sportsman, athlete and naturalist pins; Ronald Davis, athlete and sportsman pins; Scott Romine, naturalist, sportsman and athlete pins. The Webelos Badge and Arrow of Light award were presented to Charles Feaster and Ronald Davis. Donald Feltner, commissioner for Pack 39, along with a number of other people, were presented the Scouter's Key and the Statuette Award for their out- standing service as leaders. The awards were presented by JY Lord's Prayer. Refreshments were served and the pack announced that the cout Show will be held on May 20and 21 at the West Virginia Air National Guard Base at the Eastern West Virginia Regional Airport in Martinsburg. Tickets for the show are $1.50 each and admits one adult or two children under 18 years of age. Tickets can be purchased from SCouts or by calling 725-2631 or 725-3875. The pack is also seeking planted flowers such as mums or zinnias for use at the Scout Show. Call the above telephone numbers if you have flowers to dana to. --i------- - ..... - - - - -- -------- - --: the 4-H self development project lllllFiLmqlA@lU,.lllllPll "Charting", the Jefferson LIVE:)IIJ,It :)/t LE:) County 4-H All-Stars coordinated j .....  .......... --_' by Denny Barron and the ., "Youth Alive" musical and The quotations of the Blue singing group from the Charles Rid.e Livestock Sales, at Town Baptist Church. Chales Town, W. Va., Monday, Club Sunday is conducted each May 15,. 1978. Receipts of all year in the spring to observe the classes moderate, with a good rich' traditions of the 4-H demand for all classes, program. All 4-H programs and Good butcher steers, $48 to activities are available to youth $52; plain to medium steers, $40 regardless of race, color or to $47.50; plain to medium national origin. heifers, $37 to $45; good bulls, $49 to $54.10; plain to medium bulls $40 to $48.50; commercial cows $40 to $43.25; utility cows, $37.S to $39.75; canners and cutters, $32 to $37.25; cows by the head, $300 to $375; stacker and feeder steers, $50 to $51.50; stock and of feeder heifers, $44 to $55. Touchstone Choice to prime calves, $75 to $88; good butcher calves, $60 to Crafts Pottery $74; medium butcher calves, $45  to $59; thin calves, $44.50 down; and Iron Works heavy calves, $38 to $44. Good butcher hogs, $50 to MONDAY, MAY $50.35; medium butcher hogs, $49.25 to $49.75; heavy butcher hogs, $44 to $49; butcher sows, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. $37 to $43; heavy feeders and Located at 14 W. Main Street light butcher hogs, $45 to $54; shoats per hundred, up to $60; pigs per head, up to $52.50; boars, up to $39. Club Sunday Held By 4-H With a crowd of over 240 4- H'ers, parents and volunteer adult 4-H leaders present, the Jefferson County 4-H program conducted "4-H Club Sunday", May 7, at the Jefferson County Community Center at Bardane. The program was conducted by 4-H club members enrolled in I'd like to ,thank eveffone supported me during the recent election. It was appreciated. BARBARA J. PEARRELL HELP WANTED! For Part or full-time Summer Work Registration, Clerical, Grounds Willard Lynch, district cam- Maintenance, Cleaning, Etc., missioner. Songs were then sung by Applications being accepted and interviews everyone attending and the meeting was closed with the will be held May 22 at Harpers Ferry KOA Kampgrounds Shenandoah Garden MAY 18-IT Club AwardsLuncheol The Shenandoah Gaden Club SHENANDOAH met at Cliffside on May 10 with TREE SERVICE Mrs. William Grove as hostess. ,onc00eo *,b,e* were decorated with beautiful Now Is The Time . which were made by Mrs. J.B. For Spring Cleaning Huyett and Mrs. Grove. Let Us Trim u"or Tr"es=""" ,:,e ,  After the luncheon, Mrs. Huyett, the president, conducted Shrubbery, or Rake Yourlawn  the meeting. She introduced Mrs. Vincent Townsend, FREE ESTIMATES Director of the Shenandoah- Potomac District of Garden Shenandoah Tree Service Clubs, who thanked the club for making the annual meeting at Charles Town, W. Va. -- Phone: 725-2306 the Greenbriar such an over- AFTER 2 P. M. Removing... Topping... Bracing whelming success. Cavity Work... Cabling MAY u2t I I Miss Peggy Alderson reported on the house and garden tour and said she bad received many compliments for the Everhart fdO"i ' W home and lovely garden as well as the friendly open church next door. There were 471 visitors and $308 in tickets sold. Mrs. Hellborn had sent a gracious IN YOUR AREA J&N Construction letter of thanks to Miss Alder- son. Mrs. Huyett announced a flower show to be at the Adam Stephen Home on May 20-21 and a luncheon at the Jefferson County Council at the Cliffside June 7 with Mrs. Rosa Hall as speaker. Mrs. Hobie Williams was unanimously elected as a new member of the club which is to meet June 14 at the home of Mrs. John N. Andrews with Mrs. Louise Ramey as co-hostess. Mrs. William Trussell read the names of award winners: Mrs. Anne Grove, 51 points; Mrs. Phillip Creamer, 64; Mrs. John Allen, 66; Mrs. Hugh Caperton, 87; and Mrs. Maurice Cooper, 99, who received the silver bowl for the year. And The 4-H program by the WVU in cooperation with States Agriculture, County Board the Jefferson mission. Everybody who able of taken to MAYIS-IT PHONE: 955- 3993 Set Annual Picnic To celebrate Senior Citizen's Month, the Jefferson County Committee on Aging will hold its annual picnic on May 23rd. This will be a real old fashioned outing with music, games. Those interested call the Senior Center, 725-4044 by Friday, May 19th. The Senior Center in Ranson will be closed on the 23rd  " ' Steamway's New Deep Cleaning Both Are New Here And Both Are Fantastic Complete Milking Herd On the farm located on Route 58 one mile stown, in Wash. Co., Maryland. THURSDA Y, MA Y 25, 10:OO A. M. SHARP 210 Head of Holsteins 210 95 Registered -- 115 Grades A number of Red and White Holsteins DHI Records to over 20,000M 11 VG cows selling 75 head milked from 50 to 98.8 for the tester oo official test day. Popular bloodlines -- High PD A.I. sires A. Doty Remsburg, Sale Mgr. & Auctioneer Jefferson, Maryland WAY OF TRUTH INDUSTRIES, P.O. Box 88 Hagerstown, Md. May 18-1t JgR Construction will now do your carpet and floor cleaning We do Homes ... Businessess, Motels or Any Size Job. Our Special Introductory Offer Which Runs Until the End of May Will Give You Complete Spring Cleaning of your Carpets for iust 12' per square foot. Price Estimates Abe Available by calling 725.3188, Charles Town W. Va. We Promise You The Ultimate In Carpet and other types of floor cleaning. With our cleaning system the soil is extracted, not scrubbed deeper into the fabric. Steamway Is The Better Way' MAY 18- IT PUBLIC SALE From Route 11 at Inwood, W. Va., Travel 3 miles to Haines' Market - Turn Right sale -- OR -- From Charles Town, W. Va. approximately 8 miles to Haines Market - mile to sale. SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1978 AT 10:00 A. M. APPROXIMATELY 20-25 Tractors - Fords, John Deere, Internationals, makes. Also we will be offering a good cultivators, wagons, new and used rotary diggers, discs, wood saws, rakes, balers, grain many other farm related articles. We will also be offering a good selection of household articles and other miscellaneous NOTE: FARMERS AND DEALERS: SIGNMENT SALE. Let us sell your surplus far' for you. CUZ OF PENNSYLVANIA will be here with a i sewing material for the ladies. TERMS: CASH. NOTHING TO BE REMOVF-J) SETTLED FOR. EDGAR A. BOHRER, SALI! ! AUCTIONEERS: BOHRER AND MILLER CLERKS: WARE, BOHRER, AND WE WILL BE SELLING BY NUMBER, REQUIRED. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED May 18-2t PUBLIC Having sold my farm, I will sell the miles north of Martinsburg and 6 miles sport, Md., along Route 11. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 19700 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A, DAIRY CATTLE 8 Holstein Heifers - 3 Springing Fresh open. FARM MACHINERY ,300 Int. tractor, pr. of chains for 300 manure loader, manure spreader, hay harrow, iron frame harrow, 3 bottom Int. mower, 30 harrows, cultivators, drag, ft. snow plow, wood and metal posts, 16 ft. 10rig: 1 roll American wre feed feeder, hog troughs, 2 liquid troughs, 150 ft. %" rope, block feed racks, cork-lined barrel, other brooder, chicken nests, feeders and water crates, garden tiller, lawn mower, grain pair stilliards, shop vise, electric drill and bits, wire stretcher, old racks for % ton pickup, silage fork, shovel plows, 3 shovel plow, used tin, every wheels; log chains, digging platform scales, 3 mowing scythes, broom grass hay. HOI 2 iron beds, 2 floor lain cans indoor Lucite paint, 3/4 bed, 2 Terms of Sale: Cash. Nothing to be Auctioneer: Edward "Ned" Morrow Clerks: Hensell and Kirk Lunch Rights Not Respons -- AUCTIONEER --