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Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
May 26, 1983     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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May 26, 1983

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B D th SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, MAY 26, 19~ Brown Honored With Parry'On 80th Birthday Legion Post To Hold Memorial Day Dance Jackson-Perks Pest No. 71 American will hoid a Memorial Day Saturday, May 28, at the Legion home on West Washi treet in Charles Town. Dancing will be from 9 p.m. un- til I a.m. and admission will be $2 per person. Tickets may be purchased at the door. "The Full House" band will provide music for dancing. 65 Students Enrolled In National Piano the Spirit of Jefferson- Many of Max's ~ time friends and in conjunctlon with Mrs. Max smne ~ of his family in addit~m y to Mrs. Brown were present to help Mr. Brown Saturday Max mark the occasion. There was a at the Jeffersonian Manor huge blue and white decorated birthday in Charles Town. It wascake wishing Mr. Brown a "Happy 80th birthday. Birthday," and there were many nice was formerly associatedgifts including flowers. And in the of Jefferson-Advocate above picture Mrs. Brown is shown 2B of them as Manag- present~ Max some of his rrmny giRs. Also shown in the background is Mrs. tberesultofcrip- Donald (Virginia) Smith, a former P~t injuries be receiv-employee of the Spirit of Jefferson- on March Advocate; Mrs. Joseph Christian Sr been most active Mrs. Tyler Brown, sister-in-law of Max affairs and sports ac- and Ralph Dorsey, of Berryvflle, Va the community and county, owner of the Spirit of Jefferson- Headings Honors Of New The anticipation of the May meeting of the Sl'~mandesh Garden Club always generates excitement as R is the month new ofricers are ed, the annual awards are presented. Twenty-four members and two guests met at Clif- side on May II with Mrs. James and Mrs. Thornton Jenniv~s, hostesses. Mrs. Wm. O. Groves, presiding, ex- teuted an invitati~ from the Potomac Garden Club to join in their 50th an- niversary celebration May 25, 2 p.m at the Creative Arts Center, Shepherd College. Mrs. Claude E. Keener, inter- natim~ally known~was thespeaker. Mrs. C.C. Hammann, incoming pro- gram chairman, announced the June a meeting to be at the residence of Mrs. John Andrews with Mrs. Jack Akers as co-hostess. Mrs. Isabel Brooker from keep accumulating for Front Royal will discuss herbs. valedictorian for Members are to bring a flaml arrang~ class at Jefferson merit designed for a colonial kitd~n and entitled "Country Kitchen." Fresh and Mrs, Verle material to be used; accessories has permitted. as the winner of a Na-Mrs. Groves expressed her apprecia- $1,000 scholarship sp~- tion to members and committees for Inc. their hard work during her term of of- of Education rice. A special thanks went to Mrs. on Presidential Philip Creamer and her exhibits has also named Miss people. of the 1,000 outstan- Mrs. D. Lee Morgan, former District American students to Director, installed following officers the progRam, for 19Q S4: Mrs. Robert P. Leonard, 1,000 finalists, 141 president; Mrs. C.C. Hammann, vice- will be chosen president; Mrs. T.S. Jennings, honored in Washill~en,treasurer; Mrs. Jack B. Akers, recor- ding secretary; Mrs. Brower Murphy, correspmuting secretary; and Mrs. students, grades 7-12,Maurice Cooper, parliamentarian. grand prize win- Mrs. Morpn also a =.mced that the 1N4 House and ~ Tom" will be on class. April 28 and 29. plans to attend Mrs. Philip Crnamer directed the se- major in nahn'al cond most important priority of the then, plaus to go to and specialize in meeting with the annual horticulture Advocate since 1936. Refreshments of cake, nuts, chips and punch were served the guests. Those attending were his wife Mrs. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Tracey Brown, Mrs. Lucille Grimes and Mr. Don Rentch of Mar- tinslxa-g. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dorsey of Berryville, Mr. Meade Dorsey of Sbepberdstown, Mr. and Mrs. Francis White, Mr. and Mrs. James Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Christian, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ennis, Jr Mr. Walter Carper, Mrs. Virginia Smifl,of Charles Town, Mrs. June Bohrer, Mrs. Linda Propat of Ranson and Mrs. Naomi Bar- row of Middieway. and arrangement awards presenta- tions. In the arrangement category, Mrs. Jeseph Groves, first; Mrs. Louise D. Ramey, Mrs. C. Manning Smith, tied for seco ; Mrs. Henry Davenport Ill, Mrs. C.C. Hammann tied for third. In horticulture, Mrs. Jack Akers took first; Mrs. Lonise D. Ramey and Mrs. John R. Allen tied for second; and Mrs. Wm. Gr es, third. In the combination of points for both categories, Mrs. Jack Akers received bi ghest number of points and received the silver trophy bowl from last year's winner, Mrs. John Allen. Julia D. Perry Is Wake Forest Grad Julia D. Perry, daughter of Roger and Wanda Perry of Charles Town, graduated Monday, May 16, from Wake Forest University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, laude. Miss Perry also received the Harold Dawes Parcell award for excellence in French. Playing Auditions A total of 65 students from five dif- ferent piano classes in nearby Virginia and one class in Kearneyville have enrolled in the Natimml Piano Playing Auditions to be beid Jtme 3-4 at Nor- them Virginia Community College in Sterling Park, Va. The studants are from the elates of Mary A. Williams of Kmrneysville; Helen Allen of Rmu~ Hill, Va.; Diane Kingsbury, SterUng Pro-k, va.; Mary Dore, Haymarket, and Mary Sttne, of, Herodon, Va. This is the largest piano event in the world, held in some 700 centers with more than 100,000 teachers and students participating. Awards indnde certificates, pins, plaques, diplomas, and even sd larshtps. At the Northern Virginia C.~e, Carrie Warrick, a highly recognized judge, will be doing the Judging. Each success/ul student in this competition will be certified in the Natiomd Frater- nity of students/musicians. Evergreen 4-H'ers Enjoy May Meeting The Kearneysville Evergreen 4-H Club met at the Grace United Church of Christ for the May meeting. Presi- dent Rendell Anderson, was in charge. Ray VanHilst led the members in several exercises. Committee reports were given on the "Clean Up, Pitch In" at Camp Frame with I0 members and two guests who helped rake leaves and paint. A reminder was g/ven on the posters to be made for the Health and Field Day which also dealt with Fitness. The leader told the group of the 4-H tee shirt sale during which members could purchase a shirt at a reduced price. Demonstrations for the evening were by llya Longfellow on Photography I, Jimmy Russell on his Rabbit project and Kelly Manor and Chrissy VanHilst on their special demonstrat/on, a cheese snack for all the memebrs to sample, taken from their pro, t book, "Fitting It all To~etber." It was decided to purchase flowers using the money in the birthday box to plant at the Kearneysville Post Office. edjourm with drink pro- vided by Mrs. Powers, and snacks by Kelly and Chrissy. The club plans to meet on June 2 at 7:00 p.m. I I I II I I get in shape for BIKINI SEASON! "5 off regular price If registered by May 27th YOGA/PRO FITNESS (Slirnnastic$) Call O HENDERSON -- 876-2153 Route I. Box 38 " own. WV 25443 I I III I Children's M Work Shown In Shepherdslown ! 9 The twelve winning entries in the Seventh Annual Marjorie Eutsler Memorial Children's Art Show will be on display this week, May 23-27, in the windows of the Sbepherdatown Phar- macy, Sal's, Betty's Restaurant, Sbelpherdstown Paint and Art, and the German Street Market in Sbepherdstown. The show is sponsored by the Shepherdatown Branch, American Association of University Women and features art work by children in Grades 5 and 6 at the Sbepherdstown Elemen- tary school. Over 200 plctm were entered in the show which was judged by Gary Moreland (left above) and Judith Weaver (right) on Saturday May 21 at the Men's Club where all of the entries were on display for the day. Winning top honors for their work were fifth graders Richard Breeden, Kevin Paull, and Brian Cook; and sixth graders Shelly Kidrick, Kevln Grove, Dennis Hill, Katherine Cicala, Mickey Parrish, Kristen DeHaven, Lee Stenger, and Tonya Clanton. Dennis Hill had two winning entries. Honnor Dorsey was chairperson for the event. Much credit for the quality of the work goes to Cheryl L wrence and Sally Adams, fifth grade teachers, and Patricia Sturges, Lorean Freeland, and Tom Lange, sixth grade teachers at Sbepherdstown Elementary School who encouraged the children to par- ticipate despite the fact that there is no certified art teacher assigned to Sbepherdstown Elementary School. Friendship Academy Has Business Meeting The Academy of Friendship of the the Hawaiian Night Club, located just Charles Town Moose Club, held their off U.S. Route 340, on Rt. 17 near monthly meeting May 4, at the Lodge, Frederick, June 8 at 7 p.m. with 21 members present and Helen The door pri~ for the meeting was Spates, chairman, presiding, won by Betty Milton. Preparations for the June Revealing Following the meeting refreshments dinner were made. At that meeting all were served by the hostesses -- Helen members with Secret Pals are urged to Barnard, Ellen O'Haver and Carolyn bring a gift. The dinner will be held at Cassar. 8-week programs to tighten up Loose Ends and smooth the way for a "Together Look". 8 weeks of exercise with emphasis on the tummies buttocks and thighs Unlimited Visits Use of Sauna Fartlclpation in Workout Classes weeks for lint CHARLES TOWN PLAZA 725-0350 Join Now and take advantage of this Special Offer. 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